Walter Eckstein Papers [ca. 1856]-1965.

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Walter Eckstein Papers, [ca. 1856]-1965.

Walter Eckstein Papers [ca. 1856]-1965.

This collection contains the correspondence, notes, and manuscripts of philosopher and author, Dr. Walter Eckstein.

ca. 1,400 items (3 boxes)

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