Martin Joos Papers, [ca. 1930s-1970s] Circa 1930-1970


Martin Joos Papers, [ca. 1930s-1970s] Circa 1930-1970

This is a diverse collection containing professional correspondence, often relating to lectures, speeches, and articles; reprints; and numerous tape recordings.

12.0 Linear feet, Ca. 10,000 items

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