|Creator:||Skinner, B. (Burrhus) F. (Frederic), 1904-1990|
|Quantity:||1 Box (6 linear inches)|
B.F. Skinner was born in Susquehanna, PA on 20 March 1904 and died in Cambridge, MA on 18 August 1990, and a Hamilton College graduate of the class of 1926 in addition to an honorary Sc.D. Following graduation he attended Harvard University (Master's, 1930 and Ph.D., 1931), and then began a teaching career at the University of Minnesota, then Indiana University and finally Harvard University. Skinner became a noted behavioral psychologist.
Contains assorted memorabilia and other material related to B.F. Skinner. Also included are Personal Letters from Robert Frost and to Arthur Percy Saunders while a graduate student at Harvard and afterwards.
Letters to A.P. Saunders were removed from the A.P. Saunders Papers; the letter from Robert Frost was a gift of B.F. Skinner in his will; memorabilia and publications were collected by Hamilton College.
Organized into three series: (1A-E) Memorabilia, Articles About, and Publications of B.F. Skinner; (2) Letter to B.F. Skinner from Robert Frost; (3) Letters to B.F. Skinner from A.P. Saunders, 1926 - 1936.
|Psychology -- Behavioral|
|Saunders, Arthur Percy|