Peter Archibald Carmichael papers
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A collection of Carmichael's lecture notes, publications, and professional files on subjects including logic, religion, language, labor arbitration, and civil rights/segregation.
Carmichael was born in Anniston, Alabama, April 19, 1897. He received his B.S. from Johns Hopkins University in 1927, his A.M. from Columbia University in 1928, and his PhD from the University of North Carolina in 1930. He served as professor of philosophy and psychology in the Richmond Division of the College of William and Mary, 1931-33, at Converse College, 1933-34, worked for the U.S. Department of Labor, 1934-35, became Dean of men at Marshall College, 1935-36, and served as assistant professor of philosophy, Louisiana State University, 1937-[until at least 1969].
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A collection of this Alabama native and Louisiana State University professor's lecture notes, publications, and professional files on subjects including logic, religion, language, labor arbitration, and civil rights/segregation.
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