Transcripts of letters from Arnold and Rosalind Toynbee to relatives and friends in England, 1921-1923, relating to their
observations of conditions in Greece and Turkey during the Greco-Turkish War; and sound recordings of speeches by Arnold Toynbee
in San Francisco and at Stanford University, 1950, relating to the prospects for Western civilization. Digital version of
sound recordings available.
1 folder, 7 phonorecords
(0.8 Linear Feet)
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