Ayres, Clarence Edwin, papers, 1919-1972.


Ayres, Clarence Edwin, papers, 1919-1972.

Papers consist primarily of correspondence of Ayres (1891-1972), University of Texas professor of economics (1930-1969), and of manuscripts and printed copies of his books, articles, and reviews.

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