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Papers, 1932-1975

 File — Box: 3

Scope and Contents

  1. Machine Translation, M.I.T., Victor Inque articles, et. al.
  2. "Laugh Tape", correspondence
  3. Language and Linguistics, correspondence, 1968+
  4. National Academy of Sciences, 1961-1963: Reports, membership lists, letters
  5. National Humanities Faculty: Letters, reports
  6. N.E. Conference on Teaching of Foreign Languages: report of the Committee on the Place of Culture and Civilization in Foreign Language Teaching
  7. Linguistic Readers, Benziger, Inc., correspondence
  8. Linguistic Readers, Williams-Smith correspondence
  9. Harper and Row Publishers, correspondence
  10. Linguistics Science Readers, correspondence
  11. Harper and Row: Walter Brackman, Exec. Vice-President, 1962-1966, correspondence
  12. E. Krakauer: her paper for graduate course "High Altitude", Fall 1966
  13. Grolier, Inc., Publishers, correspondence
  14. David DeCamp, correspondence
  15. L.S.A. correspondence
  16. Edward A. Kennard, correspondence
  17. Richard Huber, correspondence
  18. Institute of General Semantics, correspondence
  19. Frank S. Hopkins, correspondence
  20. Richard Heindel, correspondence
  21. Edward T. Hall: articles
  22. Michael Halbert, correspondence
  23. Discriminating About Discrimination: correspondence concerning civil rights conference
  24. Julian Granberry, correspondence
  25. Hans Gottschalk (N.Y. S. English Council), correspondence
  26. Foreign Service Institute, correspondence
  27. William Fenton Museum, correspondence
  28. Dialectics of English (American Heritage): publishing company correspondence and articles
  29. Department of State, correspondence
  30. Committee on College Work, correspondence
  31. Committee for a University, correspondence
  32. Conferences, correspondence
  33. Coronet Instructional Films II (Junior High Language Arts), correspondence
  34. Coronet Instructional Films, brochures, correspondence
  35. Center for Advanced Intercultural Studies (C.A.I.S.), correspondence
  36. Council n Anthropology and Education, constitution and by-laws
  37. A.A.U.P., correspondence
  38. American Association of Phonetic Sciences, correspondence
  39. William M. Austin, correspondence
  40. American Council of Learned Societies, correspondence
  41. American Heritage Dictionary, correspondence, articles
  42. Robert Austerlitz, correspondence
  43. Bridge-Center for the Advancement of Intercultural Studies, correspondence
  44. James Bostain T.V. Program - Message and Image, correspondence
  45. Dr. Irven D.J. Bross, correspondence and articles
  46. Buffalo Linguistic Project #1856: Henry Sustakowski, correspondence, articles
  47. Albrecht-Anderson articles
  48. H.L.S., packet of notes
  49. Paul Dominick, Ph.D. exam


  • 1932-1975


Terms of Access

The Henry Lee Smith papers are open for research.
Please note: This collection is stored off-site. Access to collection requires 3 business days’ notice. Contact University Archives at (716) 645-2916 or to schedule an appointment.


From the Collection: 22.5 Linear Feet (15 cartons)

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