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MSS 00130 Guide to the John William Shirley Papers, 1948, 1958 - 1959
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Shirley, John William, 1908-1988
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Transferred from the Dean of the Faculty's Office, 1967 September 1.
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The John William Shirley papers consist of a 1948 letter from Shirley to Dr. J. H. Lampe; a daily log, 1958, from Shirley's Soviet Field Seminar of the Comparative Education Society; and the publication "Soviet Education and Its Challenge," 1959.
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[Identification of item], John William Shirley papers, MSS 130, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC
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