S. E. Solberg papers 1943-2000 1975-1998


S. E. Solberg papers 1943-2000 1975-1998

Scholar with specialties in Korean literature and Asian-American literature, especially Korean-American and Fillipino-American literature.

9.53 cubic feet; 11 boxes, 1 tube, 1 vertical file



SNAC Resource ID: 6378210

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