Guillermo L. Guitarte letters, 1960-2000.


Guillermo L. Guitarte letters, 1960-2000.

The collection primarily consists of Guitarte's correspondence with other linguists, philologists and academics. The materials mainly date during his residence in the United States. The letters also document Guitarte's life among a community of international academics living and working in United States. Additionally, the collection contains letters related to his family life.

3.5 linear ft. (8 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 7764929

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