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Peter F. Neumeyer papers, 1947-2004

Author: Peter F Neumeyer
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Peter F. Neumeyer Papers document Neumeyer's professional and academic career, beginning as a student and ending as a critic. The papers date from 1950, when Neumeyer was an undergraduate, to 2004, when he and wife Helen co-curated an exhibition on illustrator Margot Zemach. The bulk of the papers are from the 1970s through the 1990s when Neumeyer was a professor and actively published academic articles,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
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Named Person: Peter F Neumeyer; Margot Zemach
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Peter F Neumeyer
OCLC Number: 232608183
Description: 9.06 linear feet
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The Peter F. Neumeyer Papers document Neumeyer's professional and academic career, beginning as a student and ending as a critic. The papers date from 1950, when Neumeyer was an undergraduate, to 2004, when he and wife Helen co-curated an exhibition on illustrator Margot Zemach. The bulk of the papers are from the 1970s through the 1990s when Neumeyer was a professor and actively published academic articles, reviews, and poetry. The Pedagogical Work series dates from 1947-1992. The series documents Neumeyer's career as both student and educator, as well as his role in developing the Children's Literature Program at SDSU. The Professional Files series dates from at least 1978, though there are many undated folders that probably predate that year, and go up to 2004. This series documents Neumeyer's professional and academic interests outside of teaching. The Professional Files consist of folders that Neumeyer kept on various subjects related to children's literature and literature in general. The Published Work series dates from 1963 to 2001. The series documents Neumeyer's written work, including published articles and poem, as well as manuscripts of articles, reviews, and unpublished texts. This series contains Neumeyer's published works and manuscripts. The Margot Zemach Art Show series dates from 2003-2004. The series documents Peter and Helen Neumeyer's involvement in the preparation and operation of this exhibit.

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