W. B. Pillsbury papers 1858-1960 1890-1942

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W. B. Pillsbury papers, 1858-1960, 1890-1942

W. B. Pillsbury papers 1858-1960 1890-1942

Pillsbury was professor of psychology at the University of Michigan from 1897 to 1942. His papers include family and professional correspondence, University of Michigan materials, writings, and photographs.

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