Tag: finding aids

Finding Aid for the Jay Frierman papers, 1890-1998

Here’s my¬†finding aid for the Jay Frierman papers on the Online Archive of California. In a previous post on this website, I described processing the papers of former UCLA history and archaeology professor Jay Frierman. The collection is held with UCLA’s Center for Primary Research and Training (CFPRT), which is part of the Young Research Library’s Department of Special Collections….

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Processing the Stephen Toulmin archival collection

During the winter 2010 quarter I am doing an internship with USC’s Special Collections. I have the honor of processing the papers and manuscripts of notable 20th Century philosopher, public intellectual, and professor, Dr. Stephen Toulmin. Toulmin was a King’s College-educated philosopher and was a protege of Ludwig Wittgenstein, about whom he researched, studied, and wrote throughout much of his…

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