Papers, 1949-2007 (inclusive), 1971-2004 (bulk).


Papers, 1949-2007 (inclusive), 1971-2004 (bulk).

Papers, 1949-2007 (inclusive), 1971-2004 (bulk).

The T. Berry Brazelton Papers, 1949-2007, are the product of Brazelton’s research and administrative activities as Director of the Child Development Unit at Children’s Hospital, Boston, as well as his activities as a private-practice pediatrician and author.

77.65 cubic feet in 74 record cartons, 6 document boxes, 1 half document box, 1 half legal document box, and 3 flat oversized boxes.

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