Correspondence, clippings, and questionnaires, relating to separate polls of Stanford University faculty members, conducted
by Herbert Hoover and L. M. Terman respectively in the fall of 1941, concerning the question of American intervention in World
War II. Includes correspondence with Herbert Hoover.
American psychologist; professor of psychology, Stanford University, 1922-1942.
1 manuscript box
(0.4 Linear Feet)
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