Clifford G. Shull Collection
Series X: Miscellaneous, 1941-1999.
The Miscellaneous series is 0.5 linear feet in length and is housed in Box 22. It includes a diary containing household operating expenses for the Shull family during World War II and Dale Carnegie class materials on effective speaking, leadership training, and human relations. Shull's son Robert's doctoral thesis is here, as well as research articles sent to Professor Shull in his retirement years. Many of the research articles are from close or grateful colleagues; some include personal notes. There are also a few folders containing photocopies of news clippings of a more general nature.
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