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Margaret Mead papers and South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1838-1996

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Institute for Intercultural Studies, 1937-1980 (continued)
Training, 1943 (continued)
(4 folders)
Personnel
Atomic bomb project, 1945-1946
Bureaucratic functioning, 1947-1951
BOX M26 Children's Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, 1943
Conference on Community Development, South Pacific Commission, 1955
Female puberty study, 1946
(2 folders)
G.I. psychology, 1943-1945
Holt, Anatole (Tolly), conference on cards, 1963
Hutchinson, [G. Evelyn?], questionnaire to scientists
Image of the scientist, 1959-1960
Inter-group tensions, 1945
"Let's Be Human," radio program, 1947-1948
Mathematical models, 1961
BOX M27 Mock bombing survey, 1947
Modern children's stories, 1944-1947
(7 folders)
National character
Afghanistan, circa 1955
Algeria, 1958-1966
BOX M28 America (U.S.), 1943-1944
Balkans, 1941-1944
Britain, 1943-1946
Burma, 1943-1945
China, 1942-1949
Europe, 1939-1940
France, 1942-1959
French Canadians and French Americans, 1947
BOX M29 Germany
Character structure, 1940-1948
(4 folders)
Conference on Germany after the War
Brickner, Richard M.
Correspondence and manuscripts, 1941-1942
Interviews
(1 folder)
BOX M30 (4 folders)
BOX M31 (1 folder)
Correspondence and memoranda, 1941-1947
Nuremberg Trials, 1945-1946
Plans and minutes, 1943-1945
Reports, 1944
(2 folders)
BOX M32 (2 folders)
Miscellaneous printed matter
Erikson, Erik H., 1942-1945
Fried, Hans, 1942-1943
International Congress for Mental Health, Gilbert Group, 1947
Interviews with:
Booth, Gotthard C., 1941
BOX M33 Mosely, Philip E., 1941-1942
Thompson, Laura, 1941
Lipkind report on Miesbach, Bavaria, 1948
Lynd, Hans, 1946
National Conference on the German Problem, 1946-1947
Office of War Information, Ruth Benedict files, 1943-1944
Printed matter, 1941-1947
(2 folders)
BOX M34 Germany and Japan, 1943
Greece, 1943-1958
Guam
Hungary, 1942-1960
(3 folders)
India, 1944
Interview charts
Ireland, 1941
Israel
BOX M35 Italy, 1941-1947
Japan
Correspondence, 1941-1947
Eckstein, Gustav, interview, 1941-1942
Erickson, Milton H., hypnosis project, 1937-1952
(3 folders)
BOX M36 (2 folders)
Gorer, Geoffrey, study, 1941-1944
(3 folders)
Institute of Pacific Relations, 1944-1945
(1 folder)
BOX M37 (2 folders)
Meadow, Arnold, study, 1944
Orders for Geoffrey Gorer and Arnold Meadow studies, 1944
Otsuka, Kenji, study
BOX M38 Reference materials
Singer, Kurt, manuscript
Jews, 1944-1945
Mexico, 1944-1946
Netherlands, 1943-1954
(2 folders)
New Guinea, 1946
Norway
BOX M39 Poland, 1940, 1947
Puerto Rico, 1942-1954
Rumania, 1943-1965
Russia, 1943-1950
(2 folders)
Thailand, 1943-1948
Yugoslavia, 1943
BOX M40 Miscellany
Science talent questionnaire, 1946
Soviet-Moslem project, 1954
Eglar, Zekiye, 1954-1956
(2 folders)
Pipes, Richard, 1953
(2 folders)
BOX M41 Translation of A. N. Leontiev's Man and Culture, 1962-1963
UN school project, 1954
U.S.-USSR cross-ideological communication, 1953-1965
(2 folders)
Use of foreign students in research projects, 1946-1947
Wellesley School of Community Affairs, Wellesley, Mass., 1946-1947
(2 folders)
BOX M42 Miscellaneous reference matter
Articles and other writings
(5 folders)
BOX M43 (4 folders)
BOX M44 (1 folder)
Bibliographies
Civil liberties, 1940-1943
Films, 1943, 1950-1951
Related organizations, 1941-1946
World War II and postwar planning, 1941-1943
BOX N1-N120 Fieldwork: South Pacific Ethnographic Archives, 1925-1978
Correspondence, field bulletins, notebooks, notes, psychological test material, diaries, drawings, reports, financial papers, writings, transcripts of tapes, catalogs, and other files created or compiled by Mead, Reo Fortune, Gregory Bateson, Jane Belo, Theodore Schwartz, Lenora Schwartz, Lola Romanucci, and others.
Arranged alphabetically by geographic location and therein chronologically by field trip. Included at the end of the series is material related to Mead and Fortune's fieldwork with the Omaha Indians.
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