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U.S. Policy and the Human Rights of Central Americans, 1986 Spring
Collection Description & Creator Information
Series 2: Special Seminars, 1962-1967, 1984-1986 is arranged by seminar type (Graduate School or Task Force), and chronologically thereunder.
Appraisal information was not recorded at time of processing.
- Processing Information
2017 accession of digital files processed by Annalise Berdini. Some intellectual arrangement and description was imposed at the file level to remain consistent with the collection. Information about previous accessions and processing currently unavailable. Finding aid updated in 2018 by Annalise Berdini.
There are gaps in the sequential numbering of volumes in this finding aid; volume numbers 47, 61 and 320 do not exist.
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The collection is open for research use.
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- Credit this material:
U.S. Policy and the Human Rights of Central Americans; Woodrow Wilson School Policy Seminar Papers, AC103, Princeton University Archives, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library
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