Subseries QE 22 B45 A4 x - Granville Stanley Hall Correspondence

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Granville Stanley Hall Correspondence

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QE 22 B45 A4 x

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  • 1903 (Creation)

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1 page letter.

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Contains correspondence to Robert Bell from G. Stanley Hall. Correspondence contains personal communications regarding puberty rites among the Cree. Incoming correspondence sent from Worcester, Massachusetts to Robert Bell. G. Stanley Hall (1844-1924) was an American psychologist who is commonly known as the founder of child psychology and educational psychology. In 1889, Hall became the first president of Clark University and kept that position until 1920. More information on G. Stanley Hall can be found in the "New World Encyclopedia":

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