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Finding Aid to the Herbert Eugene Bolton Collection MS.598
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Herbert Eugene Bolton (1870-1953) was an authority on the history of the Americas, especially during the Spanish settlement. He spent most of his professional career teaching at University of California, Berkeley. This collection consists of clippings of articles by Herbert Eugene Bolton from 1931, book reviews of Bolton's works from 1921 and 1928, newspaper clippings about Bolton from 1913-1929, a program for a banquet honoring Bolton from 1945, obituaries and memorials from 1953, and typed manuscripts of family and friends' memories of Bolton.
Herbert Eugene Bolton was born July 20, 1870 Wilton, Wisconsin and died January 30, 1953 Berkeley, California.
0.1 linear feet (9 folders)
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