Colloquim papers [manuscript] 1960-61.


Hall, Douglas Deane, 1940-. Colloquim papers [manuscript] 1960-61.

Colloquim papers [manuscript] 1960-61.

Papers accumulating during his chairmanship of the University-union sponsored colloquium at the University of Virginia in March, 1961. Included are correspondence, clippings, programs and advertising pieces. Among the correspondents are Jacques Barzun, Percy Elwood Corbett, Lawrence Durrell, John Richard Hersey, Aldous Leonard Huxley, Philip Cortelyou Johnson, David Mackenzie Ogilvy, Sylvia Field Porter, Paul Marvin Rudolph, Albert Bruce Salein, Alexander Procofieff De Seversky and Norbert Wiener.

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