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Economics -- History

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Records:

Manuscript notes about the history of political-economical theory

Call Number: MS C237

Volume of handwritten history of political-economical theory in Europe and the United States (may be lecture-notes or copy ready for printer). Appears to have been written by Professor Vissering: probably Simon Vissering, 1818-1888; possibly Gerard, 1865-1937. Dating for the volume comes from the "1871" mentioned on leaf 262.

Dates: Between 1871 and 1937

Personal Papers of Richard S. Howey

Call Number: PP 267

Howey taught economics at the University of Kansas from 1929-1973. This collection contains family history, correspondence, lecture notes, and manuscripts. The collection also includes index card notes and bibliographic information regarding the Howey collection of economic literature, which Howey helped establish at the Kenneth Spencer Research Library.

Dates: 1929 - 1973