Boxer mss., 1923-1975


Boxer mss., 1923-1975

Papers of Charles Ralph Boxer, 1904-2000, colonial historian, include drafts of many of his books and articles, reviews, lecture notes, miscellaneous teaching materials and miscellaneous biographical materials.

ca. 3,500 items (incl. 147 photographs and negatives) items



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