|Abstract:||Papers (1931-1947) of George Graff include materials relating to the Service Bureau for Intercultural Education, the American Institute of Intercultural Arts, issues of Intercultural Education News, newsletters, correspondence, minutes, clippings, and articles, and miscellany dealing with intercultural education. Correspondents include Rachel Davis DuBois, Margaret Mead, E.C. Lindemann, Mordecai Soltes, Stewart G. Cole. Newspaper clippings pertain to Blacks and to treatment of Jews in the 1930s. Also included are papers of Rachel Davis DuBois, information pertaining to the radio program "Americans All--Immigrants All," and the Interracial News Letter.|
|Quantity:||1 tape cassette.|
George Graff, an educational administrator, was associated with the Service Bureau for Intercultural Education.
The Graff, George collection is available for public research.
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The Graff, George Papers, General/Multiethnic Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
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