Carlton C. Qualey papers, 1865, 1904-1988.


Carlton C. Qualey papers, 1865, 1904-1988.

Correspondence (1926-1988), theses (1929-1936), research files (1933-1940), class syllabus files (1942-1973), association and organization records (1939-1987), conference and seminar materials (1947-1985), speeches (1949-1982), publications (ca.1938-1983), miscellaneous subject files (1925-1985), photographs, book reviews, and newspaper clippings of a college history professor and researcher specializing in ethnic and immigration history, especially regarding Norwegian immigration to the United States.

8.0 cu. ft. (9 boxes).




SNAC Resource ID: 7313958

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