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Guide to the Wolfgang F. Stolper Papers, 1892-2001 (bulk [1930s-1990s]

Abstract

Professor emeritus of economics, University of Michigan. Stolper died in 2002.

The papers of Wolfgang F. Stolper (ca. 9900 items) span the period from 1947-1988, with the bulk of the materials dated between 1960 and the mid 1970s. Most of the collection is comprised of Professor Stolper's files and notes from his work in Nigeria, Tunisia, and other missions to Africa. These work files document his career as a practitioner--literally working "in the field"--of development economics.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Wolfgang F. Stolper papers, 1892-2001 (bulk [1930s-1990s])
Creator
Stolper, Wolfgang F.
Extent
29 Linear Feet, 18,525 Items
Repository
Duke University. David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Languages
English,, German,, and French.

Collection Overview

The papers of Wolfgang F. Stolper span the period from 1947-1988, with the bulk of the material dated between 1960 and the mid 1970s. Most of the collection is comprised of Professor Stolper's files and notes from his work in Nigeria, Tunisia, and other missions to Africa. These work files document his career as a practitioner--literally working "in the field"--of development economics. The papers are organized into eight series: Nigeria; Tunisia; Other Missions; Writings; Speeches, Lectures, and Conferences; Schumpeter; University of Michigan and Teaching Material; and General Correspondence. The Nigeria Series, the first and largest, contains his work files from his job as head of the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) in the Federal Ministry of Economic Development in Lagos, Nigeria from 1961-62(sent there under the auspices of the Ford Foundation). As head of the EPU, Stolper co-authored the first ever National Development Plan,1962-68for the Federation of Nigeria. As such, his papers present an extensive and thorough picture of the Nigerian economy at that time. Once top secret files, they include detailed statistical data on each industry, industrialization plans, reports on marketing board policies, maps, and demographics data. Of great interest to researchers on the Nigerian economy might be Stolper's personal diary, a 393-page typewritten account of his two years in Nigeria. The next two series pertain to his work in Tunisia (1972),and other economic missions to Africa including Dahomey (now Benin) and Togo (1967), Benin (1983)and Malawi (1981).He was sent to these countries under the auspices of USAID, the UN and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD, also known as the World Bank). The files from these three series alone make up eight of the fourteen storage boxes that house the entire collection. Also in the collection are some notes, papers and drafts of Professor Stolper's work pertaining to Joseph Schumpeter. The collection as a whole is restricted, so that persons interested in viewing the papers during Professor Stolper's lifetime must first obtain his permission.

Stolper's name is perhaps most recognizable for the theoretical piece written with Paul A. Samuelson on what has come to be known as the Stolper-Samuelson Theorem (see "Protection and Real Wages," Review of Economic Studies, Nov. 1941). This theorem, one of the core results of the Hecksher-Ohlin model of international trade, essentially states that an increase in the relative domestic price of a good (for example, via the imposition of a tariff) unambiguously raises the real return to the factor of production used intensively in producing that good (and lowers the real return to the other factor). This paper analyzed precisely for the first time the effect of trade or protection on real wages. At present, there is nothing (aside from reprints of the article) in this collection of papers dealing with the Stolper-Samuelson Theorem.

The fourth series, Writings, contains notes, drafts, manuscripts and reprints of any articles found in the collection but excluding those related to Joseph Schumpeter. Some highlights include drafts of "Investments in Africa South of the Sahara," notes and drafts of his book Planning Without Facts: Lessons in Resource Allocation from Nigeria's Development, and articles on smuggling in Africa.

The fifth series, Speeches, Lectures and Conferences, contains material (excluding those pertaining to Schumpeter) from public speaking engagements and conferences attended by Professor Stolper. One item that might be of interest is a speech recorded on magnetic tape titled "Problems of our Foreign Aid Program" that dates from around the 1950's.

Another of Professor Stolper's research interests is the history of economic thought, and this collection's Schumpeter Series contains some notes, papers and drafts of Professor Stolper's work pertaining to Joseph Alois Schumpeter. Stolper was afforded a unique and personal relationship with Schumpeter, studying under him first at the University of Bonn and then at Harvard, and also through Schumpeter's position as a close friend of Gustav and Toni Stolper (Wolfgang's father and stepmother, respectively). Included in this series is a book (in German) that Professor Stolper co-wrote with Horst Claus Recktenwald and Frederic M. Scherer titled Uber Schumpeters »Theorie der wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung«, 1988.

The addition (02-0207) (8625 items, 14 linear feet; dated 1892-2001) contains correspondence with colleagues, including Paul Samuelson, Gottfried Haberler, and other prominent economists; class lectures (1930s); as well as writings about J. A. Schumpeter, economic development, and other topics. Also writings, reports, diaries, and other documents (mainly 1960s) about the economies of Nigeria, Tunisia, Liberia, Togo, and the Ivory Coast. In addition, there are 12 black-and-white and 18 color photographs; one x-ray; and 16 electronic documents on 3 floppy disks. This addition is unprocessed.

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Contents of the Collection

Comprised of Professor Stolper's work files from his job as head of the Economic Planning Unit for the Federal Ministry of Economic Development in Lagos. Sent there under the auspices of the Ford Foundation, one of Professor Stolper's accomplishments was to help coordinate and write the first-ever National Development Plan for Nigeria. The files, after the diary, are arranged in alphabetical order. Highlights include Dr. Stolper's personal diary; drafts of an article titled "The Development of Nigeria" commissioned and published by Scientific American; detailed information and data on all aspects of the Nigerian economy; and various letters which are dispersed throughout the series.

Diary, 1961-62
Box 1
Agricultural Development Plans in East Nigeria
Box 1
American Mission (May - June 1961visit)
Box 1
Capital -- Regional Breakdown
Box 1
Council of Ministers paper
Box 1
Development Corporation
Box 1
Education
Box 1
Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Mission
Box 1
Federal Grants to the Regions
Box 1
Financial Resources (Federal)
Box 1
Ford Foundation Correspondence
Box 1
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT): Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, etc.
Box 1
Ibadan/Chicago conference, etc.
Box 1
International Labor Organization (I.L.O.) National Provident Fund
Box 1
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Background Material
Box 1
Incentive Legislation etc.
Box 1
Industrialization
Box 1
Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Box 1
Interviews
Box 1
Joint Planning Committee (JPC) papers
Box 1
Land Settlement and Farm Institutes
Box 1
Lefeber, Louis
Box 1
Lewis Report
Box 1
Manpower Planning Eastern Region
Box 2
Manuwa Report
Box 2
Maps: Misc.
Box 2
Marketing Board Accounts: Western Region
Box 2
Marketing Board: Northern Region
Box 2
Marketing Board Reports
Box 2
Ministry Programs
Box 2
Misc. Economic Planning Unit (EPU) Memoranda
Box 2
Misc. Statistics and Papers Northern Nigeria
Box 2
National Economic Council (NEC): Memoranda and Comments
Box 2
National Economic Council: JPC Memoranda and Comments
Box 2
National Plan
(2 folders)
Box 2
National Plan: Appendices
Box 2
National Plan: Chapters 1 - 10
Box 2
National Plan: Draft
Box 2
National Plan: October Revision, Northern Nigeria
Box 2
National Plan Original
Box 2
Original of First National Plan, Stage A
Box 2
National Plan: Preliminary Versions
Box 3
National Plan: Resources
Box 3
National Plan, Stage Intermediate A
Box 3
NEC and JPC Reports
Box 3
NEC documents
Box 3
NEC papers: II
Box 3
Newspaper Clippings on the Plan
Box 3
Niger dams
Box 3
Nigeria: First Visit
Box 3
Nigeria: General
Box 3
Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research: Info. Bulletin
Box 3
Oils and Fats
Box 3
Past Capital Programs
Box 4
Petroleum
Box 4
Plan Annexures
Box 4
Press Clippings: Misc.
Box 4
Production Estimates Nigeria
Box 4
Resource Mobilization
Box 4
Revenue Projections: Eastern Region
Box 4
Revenue Projections: Northern Region
Box 4
Revenue Projections: Western Region
Box 4
Rivkin Testimony
Box 4
Scientific American
Box 4
Standing Committee on Statistics: Census, Balance of Payments, Gov. Accounts
Box 4
Standing Committee on Statistics: Econ Report, Stock Exchange, Labor Statistics, Price Data
Box 4
Standing Committee on Statistics: Marketing Board
Box 4
Standing Committee on Statistics: Minutes and Agenda
Box 4
Standing Committee on Statistics: Papers
Box 5
Sterling Assets: Northern Region
Box 5
Telecommunication Program
Box 5
Timber
Box 5
Tin
Box 5
Transport Coordination
Box 5
Vasey, Sir Ernest
Box 5
Wels, Jerome: paper
Box 5
Western Housing Corporation
Box 5
Western Nigeria Development Plan
Box 5
Western Region Misc. Documents
Box 5
Work Sheets Expenditures Programs
Box 5
World Bank Material and First Draft Development Material: Eastern Region
Box 5
World Bank Mission: July -Aug 1961
Box 5

The bulk of this series is made up of work files from Professor Stolper's 1963-65 economic mission in Tunis, but it also contains material (notes, data, and drafts) for a paper he co-wrote with Jacob G. Kleve in 1973 titled "Investments, Employment and Productivity in the Tunisian Economy, 1961-1971," and a book titled Investments, Employment and Output Per Man in the Tunisian Economy, 1961-1971(University of Michigan Center for Research on Economic Development) written in 1974. The files are arranged in alphabetical order; the book is located at the end of the series.

AMS
Box 6
Checking
Box 6
Chemicals Final Tables
Box 6
Chemicals Final Tables: Text
Box 6
Chemicals Recalculation Fertilizer: Other Subsectors
Box 6
CPB CAT
Box 6
Draft from Notebook
Box 6
Energy Draft
Box 6
Etude Sur l'Analyse des Ecarts entre les Previsions et les Realisations du Budget Economique 1965-68
Box 6
Government of Tunisia Report
Box 6
I.A.A.
Box 6
IBRD Correspondence
Box 6
IBRD Report: Current Economic Position and Prospects
Box 6
Economic Development of Tunisia
Box 6
IBRD International Development Association
Box 6
IME (Industries Mecaniques et Electriques) Final Text and Annex
Box 6
Industry Breakdown
Box 6
Investissements, Emploi et Productivite dans L'economie Tunesienne, 1961-1971
(2 folders)
Box 6
Investments
Box 6
Kleve, J.G.: Various Papers
Box 7
Kleve, M. International Comparison Project
Box 7
Le Budget de Fonctionnement (Titre I)
Box 7
Le Financement des Investissment en Tunisie, 1961-1971
Box 7
L'industrie diverses
Box 7
MCCV (Materiaux Construction Ceramique Verre) Final
Box 7
Metal Working
Box 7
Investments and Employment and Productivity in the Tunisian Economy, 1961-1971,
(folders 1 and 2 out of three)
Box 7
Investments and Employment and Productivity in the Tunisian Economy, 1961-1971
(folder 3)
Box 7
Ministre du Plan: Notes Concernnant Le Projet Emploi
Box 7
Miscellaneous Loose Material
(2 folders)
Box 7
Notes Sur L'emploi
Box 7
NUP SIAPE
Box 7
P.J.B. 68-76
Box 7
Secteur Chimie
Box 7
Note sur l'evolution des Revenus
Box 7
Steel Mill
Box 7
Technical Notes
Box 7
Transport and Communications Sectors
Box 7
Tunisia
(2 folders)
Box 7
Tunisia: Draft
Box 7
Tunisia Tables
Box 7
Unlabeled Folder
Box 7
Unlabeled Folder
Box 7
Investments, Employment and Output per Man in the Tunisian Economy, 1961-1971, published by the University of Michigan Center for Research on Economic Development, Sept. 1974
Box 8

Comprised of files from economic missions to Togo and Dahomey (1967), Nigeria (1970), Malawi (1981),and Benin (1983). Included are correspondence with the missions' sponsoring organizations, memoranda, and background reading (economic briefing reports, maps, etc.) on each country. The files are arranged chronologically.

Togo and Dahomey (1967)Memoranda
(2 folders)
Box 8
USAID Mission to Nigeria (1970)
Box 8
Nigeria Review Team (1970)Draft Final Report
(2 folders)
Box 8
Malawi mission (May-June 1981)
Box 8
Benin Mission (1983)
(2 folders)
Box 8
Planning and the Plan in Benin: Mission Report (1983)
Box 8

Includes notes, drafts, manuscripts, and reprints of articles, excluding those pertaining to Joseph A. Schumpeter. The files cover the period from 1947 to 1988, and are arranged in alphabetical order.

American Balance of Payments (ca. late 1950s)
Box 9
Appendix Tables which were redone (ca. late 1950s)
Box 9
Bhagwati: Readings in International Trade (1969)
Box 9
Budget Probleme des Zaire (1975)
Box 9
Bulletin: Presse und Informationsant der Bundesregierung (1972)
(2 folders)
Box 9
Common Market Input-Output Tables (ca. 1959-65)
Box 9
Construction Tables, Transport and Communications Tables (ca. late 1950s)
Box 9
European Economic Problems (1947)
Box 9
Exchange Controls and Parallel Market Economics (ca. 1985)
Box 9
Germany (West): Production (ca. 1960)
Box 9
International Food Organization (IFO) Research (1980)
Box 9
International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank (IBRD) Reports (1972-74)
Box 9
Industrial Court Cause 77/66: Memorandum to the Kenyan Oil Industry
Box 9
Industrial Production of Soviet Germany (1956)
(2 folders)
Box 9
International Trade Text, MS Revision (ca. late 1950's)
Box 9
Investments in Africa South of the Sahara, Part II (1959)
(2 folders)
Box 10
Investments in Africa South of the Sahara: Tables (1959)
Box 10
Investments in Africa South of the Sahara: Text (1959)
Box 10
Leff, Nathaniel: paper (1986)
Box 10
Mailing Lists (ca. late 1950s)
Box 10
Misc. Articles on Africa (ca. late 1950's)
Box 10
Misc. Articles, Notes and Clippings (late 1980's)
Box 10
Misc. Loose Items (late 1950's - 1970's)
Box 10
National Accounting in East Germany (1959)
Box 10
New Palgrave: August Losch entry (1985)
Box 10
Planning Without Facts, Chapters I - IV (1964)
Box 10
Planning Without Facts, Chapters V - VII (1964)
Box 10
Planning Without Facts, Chapters I - VII (1964)
Box 10
R-General (contains copy of "National Accounting in E. Germany" ), 1959
Box 10
Reconstruction and Development in Nigeria (1971)
Box 10
Effects of Smuggling Under African Conditions (ca. early 1980s)
Box 11
Smuggling Study, Early Version (before co-authorship with Alan Deardorff), 1980s
Box 11
Smuggling - Draft (1985)
Box 11
Smuggling and Unrestricted Trade -Berg Manuscript (1985)
Box 11
Smuggling in Africa: Berg Study, etc. (1985)
Box 11
Effects of Smuggling Under West African Conditions (1988)
Box 11
Stock Exchange (late 1950's)
Box 11
Unlabeled Notebook (ca. mid 1980s)
(2 folders)
Box 11

Documents Professor Stolper's public speaking engagements and activities at conferences, excluding those pertaining to Joseph Schumpter. The files are arranged in chronological order.

Speech on magnetic tape: "Problems of Our Foreign Aid Program" (ca. 1950's?)
Box 12
Prospects for East German Economic Expansion (1959)
Box 12
National Council of Churches Conference (Nov. 8-11, 1962)
Box 12
Economic Development Institute (1964)
Box 12
Luxembourg Lectures (Sept. 1965)
Box 12
Luxembourg Lectures: Five Lectures on the Movement of Goods and the Equalization of Factor Prices (1965)
Box 12
Luxembourg Lectures (1965)
Box 12
Agricultural Development Council Conference (Nov 1965)
Box 12
Economic Development Institute (March 1966)
Box 12
Talk given at First Presbyterian Church, East Aurora, NY (Dec. 12, 1967)
Box 12
Budget as an Allocation Device and Economic Growth (March 29, 1968)
(2 folders)
Box 12
Glasgow Conference Summary (1969)
Box 12

Contains Professor Stolper's drafts, manuscripts, and notes for articles and books pertaining to the eminent Austrian economist, Joseph Schumpeter. The files are arranged in alphabetical order.

Fiscal and Monetary Policy in the Context of Development: A Schumpeterian Approach (1981)
Box 13
Joseph Alois Schumpeter (ca. 1966)
Box 13
Manuskript: Schumpeter(1983)
Box 13
Paris Paper -- J.A. Schumpeter: the Role of Government(Sept. 1983)
(3 folders)
Box 13
Schumpeter and the German and Austrian Socialization Attempts of 1918-1919 (1985)
Box 13
Schumpeter Policy Long Draft: Correspondence Relating to Son (1984)
Box 13
Schumpeter -- The Political Economist for the Nineties? (1986)
(3 folders)
Box 13
Schumpeter -- Stolper book draft (ca. 1983)
Box 13
Schumpeter's Theorie der Wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung, 1988
Box 13
Stopler-Seidl Drafts (ca. 1985)
(2 folders)
Box 13
Uber Schumpeters Theorie der Wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung (published 1988)
Box 13

The file titled "Course Outlines on Economic Development" contains different syllabi and reading lists compiled by a friend of Professor Stolper's. The "Doctoral Committees" file contains paperwork pertaining to Ph.D. committees that he sat on at the University of Michigan. Finally, the "Workload Records" folder contains paperwork listing the classes that Professor Stolper taught each semester at Michigan. Files are arranged in chronological order.

Course Outlines on Economic Development (1959)
Box 14
ECO 141 Reading List (Fall 1959)
Box 14
Doctoral Committees (1950-1960)
Box 14
Workload Records (1950-1960)
Box 14
ECO 460 Economic Development for Non-Economic Majors (Fall 1974)
(2 folders)
Box 14
ECO 441 Lectures, 1970and 1975
(3 folders)
Box 14

This series is presently sparse, containing only a couple of letters that were found loose among the folders.

Miscellaneous Correspondence
Box 14

Some of the materials in this accession are not immediately accessible, because they require further processing before use. Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the Rubenstein Library to use this collection.

Correspondence
Box 1
Professional Writings
Box 1
Lectures
Box 1
Nigerian Material
Box 1

Attention: Contains pictorial materials.

Correspondence
Box 2
Professional Writings
Box 2

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Correspondence
Box 3

Technical Services staff may need to reformat coated fax paper before use.

Attention: Contains pictorial materials.

Correspondence
Box 4

Technical Services staff may need to reformat coated fax paper and newsprint before use.

Attention: Contains pictorial materials.

Correspondence
Box 5
Correspondence
Box 6
Professional Writings
Box 6
Nigerian Material
Box 6
Diaries, 1961 and 1962
Box 6

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Correspondence
Box 7
Professional Writings
Box 7
Diaries
Box 7
Correspondence
Box 8
Professional Writings
Box 8
Nigerian Material
Box 8
Diaries
Box 8
Professional Writings
Box 9
Professional Writings
Box 10
Liberian Material
Box 10

Attention: Contains rusty fastners.

Disks 001, 002 and 003 removed and their contents migrated to the electronic records server. A disk directories log exists. Contact a Reference Archivist.

Correspondence
Box 11
Professional Writings
Box 11
Diaries
Box 11
Handwritten Notes
Box 11
Nigerian Material
Box 11
Correspondence
Box 12
Professional Writings
Box 12
Diaries

These diaries correspond to Stolper's time in Nigeria

Box 12
Lecture Notes
Box 12
Printed Material
Box 12

Technical Services staff need to process materials in envelopes and reformat newsprint before use.

Attention: Contains pictorial materials.

Correspondence
Box 13
Professional Writings
Box 13
Diaries

Included are three diaries th at correspond to Stolper's time in Nigeria

Box 13

Technical Services staff need to process materials in envelopes before use.

Attention: Contains pictorial materials.

Correspondence
Box 14
Professional Writings
Box 14
Diaries
Box 14
Travel Material
Box 14
Shumpeter Letters
Box 14

Technical Services staff need to process materials in envelopes and reformat newsprint before use.

Attention: Contains rusty fasteners.

Correspondence
Box 15
Professional Writings
Box 15

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Correspondence
Box 16
Professional Writings
Box 16
Handwritten Notes
Box 16
Correspondence
Box 17
Professional Writings
Box 17
Diaries
Box 17
Federation of Nigeria National Development Plan 1962-1968
Box 17

Technical Services staff may need to reformat newsprint before use.

Attention: Contains pictorial materials.

Correspondence
Box 18
Printed Material

Includes some Printed Material related to Nigeria

Box 18

Technical Services staff may need to reformat newsprint before use.

Attention: Contains pictorial materials.

Correspondence
Box 19
Handwritten Notes
Box 19
Scumpeter Society Information
Box 19

Attention: Contains pictorial materials.

Correspondence
Box 20
Nigerian Material
Box 20
Correspondence
Box 21
Diaries
Box 21
Doctoral Committee and Thesis Comments
Box 21

Attention: Contains rusty fastners.

Correspondence
Box 22
Professional Writings
Box 22
Handwritten notes
Box 22
Teaching Materials

Includes test copies, lectures and syllabi

Box 22

Technical Services staff may need to reformat newsprint before use.

Correspondence
Box 23

Technical Services staff may need to reformat newsprint before use.

Attention: Contains pictorial materials.

Correspondence
Box 24
Travel Material
Box 24

Historical Note

DateEvent(s)
1912Born in Vienna, Austria on May 13
1930-34Attended the Universities of Berlin, Bonn, and Zurich
1935M.A., Economics, Harvard University
1936-41Instructor and Tutor, Economics, Harvard University
1938Ph.D., Economics, Harvard University
1941Publication (with Paul A. Samuelson): Protection and Real Wages,Review of Economic Studies,November 9, 1941
1941-49Assistant Professor (1941-48), Associate Professor (1948-49), Swarthmore College
1947-48Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, University of Zurich
1949-dateAssociate Professor (1949-53), Professor (1953-82), Director of Center for Research on Economic Development (1963-70), Professor Emeritus (1982 - ), University of Michigan
1960Publication: Germany Between East and West(National Planning Association), and The Structure of the East German Economy(Harvard University Press)
1961-1962Head, Economic Planning Unit, Federal Ministry of Economic Development, in Lagos, Nigeria
1963-1964, 1964-1965Chief, USAID economic mission to Tunisia
1966Publication: Planning Without Facts: Lessons in Resource Allocation from Nigeria's Development(Harvard University Press)
1966Fulbright Professor, University of Heidelberg
1967Member, Economic Section, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)
1967Head, IBRD Mission to Togo and DahomeyDahomey is now called Benin (name changed in 1975).
1970Member, USAID Mission to Nigeria
1981Member, UN Mission to Malawi
1983Chief, IBRD Mission to Benin
1994Publication of Joseph Alois Schumpeter: The Public Life of a Private Man(Princeton University Press)

In addition to the places listed above, Professor Stolper participated in economic missions to Malta (1963), Liberia (1963), and Turkey (1968), and worked as a consultant to the Ford Foundation, USAID, the United Nations, and the IBRD (the World Bank). He also held various visiting professorships/lecturing posts at the Universities of Zurich, Heidelberg, and Munster.

His professional affiliations include membership in the American Economic Association, the Nigerian Economic Association, the International Instititute of Public Finance, and the International Schumpeter Society (founding president).

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], The Wolfgang F. Stolper Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.

Provenance

The papers of Wolfgang F. Stolper were donated to the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library in 1993, 1995, and 2002.

Processing Information

Processed by: Joanna Vinluan

Completed July 31, 1997

Additions minimally processed by: Joshua Kaiser

Last updated September 24, 2002

Encoded by Robin LaPasha; Joshua Kaiser; Ruth E. Bryan

This finding aid is NCEAD compliant.