• Creator
  • Gundlach, Ralph
  • Created Date
  • 1950
  • Description
  • Document related to the Canwell Committee hearings.In this letter Ralph Gundlach, former Professor of Psychology of the University of Washington writes to W. T. Laprade, President of the American Association of University of Professors 1942-1944 and Professor at Duke University in the History Department. Gundlach writes “Hearsay and rumor has it that it would not be inappropriate for me to communicate directly to you concerning the facts and m... more
    Document related to the Canwell Committee hearings.In this letter Ralph Gundlach, former Professor of Psychology of the University of Washington writes to W. T. Laprade, President of the American Association of University of Professors 1942-1944 and Professor at Duke University in the History Department. Gundlach writes “Hearsay and rumor has it that it would not be inappropriate for me to communicate directly to you concerning the facts and meaning of my dismissal from the University of Washington…” He continues with “I was led to understand you might accept a statement, and documents that you have not seen which might be of some pertinence to your investigation.” Gundlach finishes the letter by commenting “You may know that a committee of the American Psychological Association was appointed last year to consider the charges concerning me. And their bearing on psychology…I presume you will see their findings before your report on my case is finished.”. less
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    Letter (correspondence)
    Scanned from original text or image at 200 dpi saved in JPEG format, resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm software's JPEG2000 Extension. 2014