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|Named Person:||Marston Morse|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
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|Notes:||Restrictions may apply.|
|Description:||3.43 cubic feet (3 record cartons, 1 flat box)|
|Series Title:||Collections of the Harvard University Archives., Personal papers.|
Accession 14348 : five three-ring binders of papers and one folder of correspondence compiled by Louise A. Morse (daughter): Binder 1: events, hard math, obituaries, talks, pictures -- Binder 2: family tree, early life, Colby, Harvard, World War 1, World War 1 letters from home -- Binder 3: professional correspondence, job offers, friends -- Binder 4: honors -- Binder 5: news of HMM's personal life, 1930-1980 (1 cubic foot, 1 record carton).
Accession 18411 : two DVDs, entitled "Pits, Peaks, and Passes" and "Topology," both made for the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and a three-ring binder, compiled by Morse's widow and daughter, containing family material, correspondence, fliers for the Morse Memorial Lectures and other material, 1913-2006 (.43 cubic feet, 1 flat box).