Clarence Ray Carpenter papers, 1918-1976 (bulk 1932- 1975).

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Carpenter, C. Ray (Clarence Ray), 1905-1975. Clarence Ray Carpenter papers, 1918-1976 (bulk 1932- 1975).

Clarence Ray Carpenter papers, 1918-1976 (bulk 1932- 1975).

The collection contains materials reflecting Carpenter's research interests in primates, communication, and educational technology. Included are manuscripts for his books, Behavioral Regulators of Behavior in Primates, and Naturalistic Behavior of Nonhuman Primates; chapters for books, periodical articles, speeches, and reports. His primatology materials consist of research journals, 1932-1972; correspondence, 1934- 1974, with Robert Ardrey, Irven DeVore, Dian Fossey, Jane Goodall, George Schaller, and Robert Yerkes, among others; student papers, 1966-1972; membership and activities in professional organizations, 1955-1973; field centers and labs on Barro Colorado Island, Panama, and Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center, 1925-1974; and colleagues' papers. His interest in instructional technology is reflected in his correspondence, 1955-1974, concerning publications and consulting; formation of the Instructional Quality of Television program at Penn State; work with the Joint Council on Educational Telecommunications and Commission for Instructional Technology; and papers and reports he collected on the subject, 1918-1973. Carpenter's activities in higher education include his involvement in designing several buildings at Penn State, planning for Florida Atlantic University, and as a consultant to the president of the University of Georgia. Also, includes slides, photographs (many taken by Hansel Mieth), audio tapes, and motion pictures of primates.

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