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Hutchinson (Lincoln) papers
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Correspondence, writings, and reports, relating to American Relief Administration activities, food conditions in Germany following World War I, and technical assistance provided by American engineers in the Soviet Union.
Lincoln Hutchinson (1866–1940) was born in San Francisco, California. He graduated from the University of California-Berkeley in 1889 and received an M.A. in economics from Harvard University. He held many positions during his career: professor of economics and commerce at Berkeley; dean of the College of Letters and Science at Berkeley; professor of economics and sociology at Stanford University; consular attaché in South America and Europe; director of relief in the American Relief Administration in Russia, Germany, and Czechoslovakia after World War I; and technical advisor in Czechoslovakia under Jan Masaryk.
4 manuscript boxes (1.8 Linear Feet)
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