Francis Willey Kelsey Papers

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Francis Willey Kelsey Papers, 1891-1953

Francis Willey Kelsey Papers

1891-1953

Professor of Latin and classical studies at the University of Michigan, 1889-1927, led several archaeological expeditions to Antioch, Carthage and Karanis; papers include correspondence, diaries, photographs and other material relating to his career at Michigan and the expeditions.

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