Paul Scott Mowrer papers, 1894-1988, bulk 1912-1971.

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Mowrer, Paul Scott, 1887-1971. Paul Scott Mowrer papers, 1894-1988, bulk 1912-1971.

Paul Scott Mowrer papers, 1894-1988, bulk 1912-1971.

Correspondence, works, and personal materials related to Paul Scott Mowrer's life and career.

3 cubic ft. (8 boxes, 1 oversize box, 7 recordings and 1 artifact)

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