Bernard Kutner papers, 1952-1975.


Bernard Kutner papers, 1952-1975.

The Bernard Kutner papers contain correspondence, lecture notes, student papers, and research reports. There are research materials and reports regarding the medical rehabilitation field lab. Correspondence involving the National Conference of Social Work, the Advisory Council in Psychology, and the Gerontological Society is included in the collection. There is extensive correspondence and material regarding the book "Five hundred over sixty, a community survey on aging." Major subjects discussed in this collection include gerontology, medical rehabilitation, and social psychology.

20 linear feet.

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