Held at: Princeton University Library: Manuscripts Division [Contact Us]
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Rhine was an American educator, psychologist, and author.
Consists of heavily revised and corrected galleys and printer's galleys for Rhine's book New Frontiers of the Mind (New York, N.Y.: Farrar & Rhinehart, 1937), the story of the Duke University psychical research experiments of the 1930s.
The collection has been organized by material type.
The manuscripts found in draft form in the collection came to print in the following publication: New Frontiers of the Mind (New York: Farrar & Rhinehart, 1937).
Originally, this collection formed part of Princeton's Archives of American Literature.
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This collection was processed by Rachel Jordan in 2004. Finding aid written by Rachel Jordan in 2004.
No appraisal information is available.
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