Martin B. Duberman papers, 1917-1997.

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Duberman, Martin B. Martin B. Duberman papers, 1917-1997.

Martin B. Duberman papers, 1917-1997.

The Martin B. Duberman Papers contain personal and professional correspondence, organizational and topical files, manuscripts, typescripts, and drafts of his writings, teaching files, recorded interviews, photographs, films and memorabilia documenting his personal and professional life from childhood through 1979. Some materials, chiefly book manuscripts and photographs, date from a later period.

41 linear feet.

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