Guide to the Leonard M. Marsak Papers, 1961 and undated MS 351
Leonard Mendes Marsak, PhD Cornell, is a scholar of European history.
This collection includes three typed manuscriptsby Marsak titled: type="simple" href="" render="italic">Bernard de Fontenelle, type="simple" href="" render="italic">Development of Science in Relation to Society, and type="simple" href="" render="italic">French Philosophers.
This material is open for research.
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Leonard M. Marsak Papers, 1961 and undated, MS 351, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University
This collection was donated to Fondren by Leonard M. Marsak and received on two separate dates: December 22, 1962 and June 23, 1964.
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