Oscar J. Falnes Papers Bulk, 1917-1985 1902-1989


Oscar J. Falnes Papers Bulk, 1917-1985 1902-1989

Oscar J. Falnes (1898-1989) was a Minnesota-born professor of history at the Washington Square College campus of New York University from 1927 to 1966. The papers contain Falnes' personal and professional papers including correspondence, teaching materials, drafts, articles and photographs.

19.0 linear feet; (19 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 6328804

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