Papers of Samuel Andrew Stouffer, 1930-1960 (inclusive).

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Stouffer, Samuel Andrew, 1900-1960. Papers of Samuel Andrew Stouffer, 1930-1960 (inclusive).

Papers of Samuel Andrew Stouffer, 1930-1960 (inclusive).

Correspondence files reflect Stouffer's involvement with Harvard committees and other bodies, as well as professional societies and other organizations, and individuals and colleagues. Files also include questionnaires, letters of recommendation, and reports of the National Opinion Research Center and the Fund for the Republic, among others. Papers concern mostly publishing, research, and professional activities, including some material relating to Stouffer's war-time research for U.S. Army. Other papers include speeches at other institutions and at conferences, drafts of book Social Research to Test Ideas (1960) and two essays.

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