Carlos Federico Diaz Alejandro Papers 1957-1985.

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Carlos Federico Diaz Alejandro Papers 1957-1985.

This collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, notes, research materials, theses, course materials, subject files, printed matter and photographs, 1957-1985, pertaining to American economist, Carlos Federico Diaz Alejandro.

40 linear ft (ca.33,000 items in 82 boxes, 1 card file box, & 1 oversize box).

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