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Papers of Donald A. Krueckeberg
Papers of Rutgers professor of urban planning Donald A. Krueckeberg, who consulted with the United Nations for land development in Africa. The collection contains materials pertaining to consulting work Krueckeberg did in Western Africa. The files consist mostly of correspondence, resumes, and directories; also included are several copies of a guide to planning schools in Africa co-written with Martin Amadu.
Robert Ardrey Papers
Letters relate to Ardrey's lectures and travels, life in Italy and South Africa, as well as notes used by Ardrey when lecturing to audiences in the United States, Western Europe and South Africa. The first half of Ardrey's autobiography (completed in 1979) includes descriptions of South Africa and apartheid, anthropological theory, Ardrey's family, and travels in Argentina, Africa, Yugoslavia, Western Europe, and the United States.
Elizabeth French Boyd Academic Papers
Boyd lived in Cairo for two years while associated with the American University there. Her papers include an essay describing her two-year residence in Egypt.
Terradell Family Papers
Among the papers of Eleanor Shepard are a corrected typescript and a 1922 printed version of her essay "Veiled Women in Fascinating Algeria.” Loretta Morris's papers include an album with images from a 1918 trip to North Africa.