Matthew Josephson papers, 1917-1979 (inclusive).

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Josephson, Matthew, 1899-1978. Matthew Josephson papers, 1917-1979 (inclusive).

Matthew Josephson papers, 1917-1979 (inclusive).

The papers contain correspondence, journals, subject files, and writings that document Josephson's life and provide information on the subjects of his research.

8.5 linear ft. (21 boxes)

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