George Graff papers, 1931-1947


George Graff papers, 1931-1947

0.5 linear ft. and; 1 tape cassette.


SNAC Resource ID: 6617365

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Cole, Stewart G. (Stewart Grant), 1892-1980 (person)

Stewart G. Cole (b. 1892) is an educator and author, a leader in such organizations as the Bureau for Intercultural Education, the Pacific Coast Council on Intercultural Education, the National Council of Christians and Jews, and Anytown, Inc. Cole was educated at McMaster University (Toronto, Ontario) and the University of Chicago. He taught at various schools and colleges as well as being involved in numerous organizations and publishing extensively. From the description of Papers,...

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Graff, George. (person)

George Graff, an educational administrator, was associated with the Service Bureau for Intercultural Education. From the guide to the George Graff papers, 1931-1947, (University of Minnesota Libraries. Immigration History Research Center [ihrc]) ...

Dubois, Rachel Davis (person)

Rachel Davis DuBois (1892-1993) was a Quaker educator, writer, and a pioneer in interfaith and interracial dialogue and intercultural education. From the description of Papers, 1920-1993. (Swarthmore College). WorldCat record id: 47123015 Rachel Davis DuBois (1892- ) was born in Clarkesboro, New Jersey, the daughter of Quaker farmers. She attended Bucknell University and taught school in New Jersey until 1920. From 1920 to 1924, she was active in the peace movem...