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Papers, 1918-1952 (inclusive).

Author: Louis Wirth
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Contains correspondence, reports, minutes, manuscripts, lecture notes, reprints, manuscripts by others, reprints, reviews, and newspaper clippings. Includes a 1918 term paper on social pathology Wirth wrote as a student for Ernest Burgess. Correspondents include Horace Cayton, Karl Mannheim, Charles Merriam, Gunnar Myrdal, Melchior Palyi, Robert Park, Robert Redfield, Hans Speier, Leopold von Wiese, and others.  Read more...
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Named Person: Horace R Cayton; Karl Mannheim; Charles Edward Merriam; Gunnar Myrdal; Melchior Palyi; Robert Ezra Park; Robert Redfield; Hans Speier; Leopold von Wiese; Louis Wirth; Horace R Cayton; Karl Mannheim; Charles Edward Merriam; Gunnar Myrdal; Melchior Palyi; Robert Ezra Park; Robert Redfield; Hans Speier; Leopold von Wiese; Louis Wirth
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Louis Wirth
OCLC Number: 52250228
Description: 34.5 linear ft
Other Titles: Wirth, Louis, papers and addenda

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Contains correspondence, reports, minutes, manuscripts, lecture notes, reprints, manuscripts by others, reprints, reviews, and newspaper clippings. Includes a 1918 term paper on social pathology Wirth wrote as a student for Ernest Burgess. Correspondents include Horace Cayton, Karl Mannheim, Charles Merriam, Gunnar Myrdal, Melchior Palyi, Robert Park, Robert Redfield, Hans Speier, Leopold von Wiese, and others. Contains outline and manuscript chapters of incomplete work, The City. Also includes teaching materials, committee records, and administrative files from the Division of Social Sciences and Department of Sociology while Wirth was at the University of Chicago. Organizations highlighted include the American Sociological Society, the International Sociological Association, the Social Science Research Council, and the Chicago Crime Commission. Topics covered relate to city planning, urban problems, racial discrimination, housing, and education.

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