Papers of anthropologist Paula Brown Glick. Glick did much of her research in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, particularly
Chimbu. Papers include correspondence, writing, research files and notebooks, as well as a large number of photographs and
Paula Brown Glick received her BA and MA from the University of Chicago. After receiving a Fulbright scholarship in 1948,
she obtained her PhD in social anthropology from the University of London in 1950. Then, from 1952-1955, she worked as a research
anthropologist at the Institute of Industrial Relations at the University of California, Los Angeles.
4.0 Linear feet
(7 archives boxes, 3 card file boxes, and 1 oversize folder)
Publication rights are held by the creator of the collection.
Photographic negatives are restricted. Researchers must request, from the Director of the Mandeville Special Collections Library,
permission to view these negatives. The 16mm film in Series 4: IMAGES & FILM is also restricted. Researchers must request
a user copy be produced