Papers, 1932-1971.

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Pitzele, Merlyn S., 1911-. Papers, 1932-1971.

Papers, 1932-1971.

The papers of labor analyst Merlyn Stuart Pitzele of Chicago document his career as editor of Business Week, writer and lecturer, consultant in labor relations, and advisor to politicians. The collection also contains information related to his wide range of interests, particularly in the fields of labor history, Republican politics, and civil liberties. The photographs document Pitzele's personal and professional life. The processed portion is summarized above and is described in the register. Additional accessions are described below.

26.4 c.f. (66 archives boxes and 1 folder),3 tape recordings,92 photographs, and2 negatives; plusadditions of 3.4 c.f.

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