Elsie Murray papers. (Archival material, 1896) [WorldCat.org]
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Elsie Murray papers.

Author: Elsie Murray
Publisher: circa 1896-1965
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, test forms and materials, research and testing notes, drafts of scientific writings, and printed and mimeographed matter pertaining to the studies and publications of Dr. Murray and fellow psychologists on color blindness and various aspects of color vision. Dr. Murray's color studies for the Office of Naval Research, color perception tests and apparatus, the aesthetics of color, intelligence and
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Genre/Form: accounts
diaries
photographs
Reminiscences
Journals (notebooks)
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Named Person: Frank Allen; Madison Bentley; Edwin Garrigues Boring; Toby Clarey; Karl M Dallenbach; Forrest Lee Dimmick; Knight Dunlap; Dean Farnsworth; Frank S Freeman; James J Gibson; Walter F Grether; J P Guilford; Samuel P Hayes; Dorothea Hurvich; Leo M Hurvich; Deane Brewster Judd; Sidney M Newhall; Dorothy Nickerson; Joseph Peterson; R W Pickford; Lars-Gunnar Romell; Christian A Ruckmick; Howard C Warren; Harry P Weld; Karl M Dallenbach; Frank S Freeman; Joseph Peterson; Edwin Garrigues Boring; J P Guilford; Madison Bentley; Leo M Hurvich; James J Gibson; Knight Dunlap; Dorothy Nickerson; Deane Brewster Judd; Dean Farnsworth; Karl M Dallenbach; Frank S Freeman; Samuel P Hayes; R W Pickford; Forrest Lee Dimmick; Sidney M Newhall; Christian A Ruckmick; Dorothea Hurvich; Howard C Warren; Lars-Gunnar Romell; Toby Clarey; Harry P Weld; Walter F Grether
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Elsie Murray
OCLC Number: 64074847
Description: 32.4 cubic feet.
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Correspondence, test forms and materials, research and testing notes, drafts of scientific writings, and printed and mimeographed matter pertaining to the studies and publications of Dr. Murray and fellow psychologists on color blindness and various aspects of color vision. Dr. Murray's color studies for the Office of Naval Research, color perception tests and apparatus, the aesthetics of color, intelligence and other mental tests, and the activities of the Inter-Society Color Council, the New York and American Psychological Associations, and other professional organizations; also, printed and mimeographed materials pertaining to French Azilum and to the Tioga Point Museum and local history, manuscripts and notes pertaining to Murray's interest in music, poetry, and social psychology, photographs, manuscripts of her unpublished fiction, and newspaper clippings on many subjects. In addition, personal correspondence, diaries (1919, 1921-22, 1924, 1928-34, 1940), accounts, her journal (1926-27) as secretary of the Cornell University Music Department, and her class notes as student and professor.

Correspondence with Karl M. Dallenbach and Joseph Peterson mainly concerns publication of the AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY; among the other correspondents are Frank Allen, Madison Bentley, Edwin G. Boring, Forrest Lee Dimmick, Knight Dunlap, Dean Farnsworth, James J. Gibson, Walter F. Grether, J.P. Guilford, Samuel P. Hayes, Dorothea and Leo Hurvich, Deane B. Judd, Sidney M. Newhall, Dorothy Nickerson, R.W. Pickford, Lars-Gunnar Romell, Howard C. Warren, Harry P. Weld, Christian A. Ruckmick, and manufacturers of psychological testing apparatus. In addition, letters (1965) to Mrs. Toby Clarey from Dallenbach, Dimmick, Hurvich, Nickerson, Weld, and Frank S. Freeman, in answer to her request fro reminiscences of Dr. Murray for a CORNELL ALUMNI NEWS article.

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