Allen Carrier Blaisdell papers, 1916-1966


Allen Carrier Blaisdell papers, 1916-1966

Correspondence, clippings, photographs and related material, particularly concerning his directorship of International House, Berkeley, from its beginning.

Number of containers: 3 boxes and 1 oversize folder.



SNAC Resource ID: 6665505

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