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Robert Cooley Angell papers, 1923-1971.

Author: Robert Cooley AngellJames Rowland AngellKenneth E BouldingCharles Horton CooleyEdmund Ezra DayAll authors
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Correspondence and other papers concerning Angell's work with UNESCO, American Sociological Society, and International Sociological Association; papers concerning published books and articles; unpublished manuscripts of writings; and miscellanea concerning his interest in University affairs. Correspondents include: James R. Angell, Kenneth E. Boulding, Charles H. Cooley, Edmund E. Day, William O. Douglas, Edsel B.
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Named Person: Robert Cooley Angell
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Cooley Angell; James Rowland Angell; Kenneth E Boulding; Charles Horton Cooley; Edmund Ezra Day; William O Douglas; Edsel Ford; J Edgar Hoover; Hubert H Humphrey; Albert C Jacobs; Clarence C Little; Karl N Llewellyn; Eugene Lyons; Robert M MacIver; Roderick Duncan McKenzie; Andrew C McLaughlin; Robert King Merton; Blair Moody; Lewis Mumford; Frank Murphy; Talcott Parsons; Jean Piaget; Eleanor Roosevelt; Richard L Tobin; Group for Academic Freedom.; National Citizens' Commission (U.S.); Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform.
OCLC Number: 34420652
Notes: Donor: 485, 1718.
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Correspondence and other papers concerning Angell's work with UNESCO, American Sociological Society, and International Sociological Association; papers concerning published books and articles; unpublished manuscripts of writings; and miscellanea concerning his interest in University affairs. Correspondents include: James R. Angell, Kenneth E. Boulding, Charles H. Cooley, Edmund E. Day, William O. Douglas, Edsel B. Ford, Group for Academic Freedom, J. Edgar Hoover, Hubert H. Humphrey, Albert C. Jacobs.

Clarence C. Little, Karl N. Llewellyn, Eugene Lyons, Robert M. MacIver, Roderick D. McKenzie, Andrew C. McLaughlin, Robert K. Merton, Blair Moody, Lewis Mumford, Frank Murphy, National Citizen's Commission on International Cooperation, Talcott Parsons, Jean Piaget, Eleanor Roosevelt, Richard L. Tobin, and Women's Organization for National Prohibition Reform.

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