Louis Hartson

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Louis Hartson

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After receiving a bachelor’s degree from Grinnell College in 1908 and the Ph. D. from Clark University in 1911, Louis Hartson taught psychology at Grinnell College 1911-1923 and at Oberlin 1923-52. He recorded his memories of these years in 1973 and 1973. This collection consists of the 1976 record of his Grinnell experiences; the first typescript was edited and prepared by Margaret Kiesel, a Grinnell graduate and family friend. A bound copy of Memoirs 1904-19 and Reminiscences and Records [1905-69], which includes a bibliography of Hartson’s writings, is in the College Archives.


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