Papers of the Page-Barbour and Richard Lecture Committees, 1935-1981, (bulk 1952-1974).


Papers of the Page-Barbour and Richard Lecture Committees, 1935-1981, (bulk 1952-1974).

The collection contains files re the history of the lectureships; lists of lectures and published books resulting from them; minutes, agendas, and annual reports; general correspondence; financial correspondence; nominations; and topical files on the scholars containing correspondence and other papers re their appearance and the publication of their books. Manuscripts of several of the lectures are included.

2000 (ca.) items.

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