Norman Foerster papers, 1907-1965.

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Foerster, Norman, 1887-1972. Norman Foerster papers, 1907-1965.

Norman Foerster papers, 1907-1965.

Letters and manuscript pertaining to Foerster's education, his participation in the New Humanism movement of the 1920's, his establishment of a creative arts doctoral program at the University of Iowa, the University of Iowa curriculum reform controversy (1943-1944), and his writings. Collection includes manuscript, typescript, letters, tearsheets, periodicals, photographs, and documents.

3 linear feet.

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