Personal papers of J. Neale Carman
Carman taught Romance Languages at the University of Kansas from 1918-1966. This collection contains correspondence, notes, maps, research and reference material, and manuscripts from Carman's career at KU, notably regarding populations with foreign language backgrounds in Kansas from the first Euro-American settlers to the mid-20th century.
- 1918 - 1966
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Biography of J. Neale Carman
Carman received his A.B. in 1917 and his A.M. in 1921, both from the University of Kansas. He recieved his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1934.
Carman joined the faculty of KU in 1918, teaching Romance Languages from 1918-1966 and reaching full Professor status in 1944. He retired in 1967.
19 Linear Feet (19 boxes + 2 oversize folders)
- Guide to the J. Neale Carman Collection
- Personal papers of J. Neale Carman
- Finding aid prepared by ad, 2005; revised by skt, 2010; revised by mwh, 2018.
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Personal papers of J. Neale Carman, University Archives, PP 106, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas