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James J. Lang Papers

Identifier: MSS.0249
Scope and Contents This collection, measuring .66 linear feet, contains three series of field notes: Series I, housed in 12 acid-free file folders, relates to Notes of a Potato Watcher, covers potato crops, viruses that effect the potato, research into ways to prevent the viruses, genetic engineering of the potato, production, pests, and breeders. File folders follow the format from the table of contents. Note: An abstract written by Professor Lang is included with...
Dates: 1981 - 1998

Richard Peterson Papers

Identifier: MSS.0780
Dates: Majority of material found within 1970 - 2010

Thomas Lynn Smith Collection

Identifier: MSS.0402
Scope and Contents

The collection contains journal articles, in pamphlet form, written by Thomas Lynn Smith, a Sociology Professor. The topics range from studies of Southern Culture to social structures in the countries of Brazil, Colombia, and El Salvador..

Dates: 1934-1948

Will Ella Tatom Johnson Smith and James Mapheus Smith Papers

Identifier: MSS.0403
Scope and Content Note The Will Ella Tatom Johnson Smith and James Mapheus Smith Papers consist of approximately seven cubic feet of material. The bulk of the papers consist of subject files, writings by Will Ella and James Mapheus, and writings by their associates. The Will Ella Tatom Johnson Smith Papers are comprised of five series and represent almost half of the total collection. The series for Will Ella Tatom Johnson Smith are: 1....
Dates: multiple

William H. Stead Collection

Identifier: MSS.0416
Scope and Contents

This collection contains reprints of journal articles by William H. Stead, who was Director of Institute of Research and Training in the Social Sciences.

Dates: 1942 - 1946

Cecelia Tichi Papers

Identifier: MSS.0722
Dates: multiple


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