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This collection comprises the papers of Henry D. Remple, a clinical psychologist born in the Molotschna Mennonite colony in Ukraine, and Mariana Lohrenz Remple, a teacher and prominent Girl Scout leader. The couple were both descendents of German Mennonites and were based in Lawrence, Kansas for the majority of their adult lives. The collection also includes a small amount of material relating to their children, Lucy Jean (Remple) McAllister and Robert "Robie" Keith Remple.
Records of the Midwest Psychological Field Station, a field station operated by University of Kansas psychology professors Roger Barker and Herbert Wright in Oskaloosa, Jefferson County, Kansas.
Franklin C. Shontz was an expert in psychology, teaching and conducting research at the University of Kansas from 1960-1992. This collection contains proofs and manuscripts, course materials, correspondence, research data and grant administrative documentation, and experiment information related to Shontz's career.
Fritz Heider taught Social Pyschology at the University of Kansas from 1947-1966. This collection includes early diaries, notes for his autobiography and other personal materials, psychology notebooks, publications and papers, and research information.
Herbert F. Wright taught in the Department of Psychology at the University of Kansas from 1947-1975. This collection consists of Wright's publications.