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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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The CFPRT and the Jay Frierman Collection

During this spring quarter I am working as a Fellow with UCLA’s CFPRT processing the papers and research of Jay Frierman. Frierman was a UCLA history and archaeology professor who conducted original archaeological surveys and excavations throughout the Middle East in the 1960s and 1970s and southern California in the 1980s and 1990s. Interestingly enough, before Frierman was a UCLA…

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