Records, 1916-1952 (inclusive), 1941-1947 (bulk)


Records, 1916-1952 (inclusive), 1941-1947 (bulk)

The Harvard Fatigue Laboratory Records, 1916-1952 (inclusive), 1941-1947 (bulk), consist of correspondence, research records, reports, writings and publications, photographs, and films, and are the product of the Lab’s research and administrative activities.

17.1 cubic feet (10 record cartons, 5 document boxes, 5 half document boxes, 2 legal document boxes, 3 half legal document boxes,1 slide box, and 11 flat oversized boxes)

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SNAC Resource ID: 6385966

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