Institute for Humane Studies miscellaneous records 1955-1975

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Institute for Humane Studies miscellaneous records, 1955-1975

Institute for Humane Studies miscellaneous records 1955-1975

Sound recordings of lectures by various economists and other speakers delivered at the Institute for Humane Studies, relating to laissez-faire economic and political theory; and correspondence, memoranda and financial records, relating to production of the festschrift Toward Liberty (1971) in honor of the Austrian-American economist Ludwig von Mises, and to a visit to the United States by the Austrian economist Friedrich A. von Hayek in 1975.

11 manuscript boxes; (4.4 linear feet)

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Von Mises, Ludwig, 1881-1973

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Hayek, Friedrich A. von (Friedrich August), 1899-1992

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