Alfred J. Marrow papers 1945-1971

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Alfred J. Marrow papers 1945-1971

The Alfred J. Marrow papers reflect his work and interests in intergroup relations and industrial and organizational psychology, including correspondence and research with Harwood Manufacturing Corporation, the Commission on Community Interrelations of the American Jewish Congress, and the New School for Social Research. . View finding aid for the Alfred J. Marrow papers

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Marrow, Alfred J. (Alfred Jay), 1905-1978

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Alfred J. Marrow was born on March 8, 1905 in New York City. He earned his MA from Columbia University and his PhD in 1937 from New York University. In 1940, Marrow succeeded his father as President of the Harwood Manufacturing Corporation. Marrow founded the Commission on Community Interrelations in New York and served as its chairman until its dissolution in 1954. He also founded the Research Center for Group Dynamics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Marro...