Campbell Dirck Keyser Papers
Dr. Campbell Dirck Keyser (1926-2011), a graduate of Princeton University and the Sorbonne, was a veteran of World War II and a long-time public servant in the Foreign Service, the Commerce Department, and the Treasury Department. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia after retirement, and taught at Virginia, Germana, Piedmont, Washington and Lee, and Mary Washington. His dissertation on Mexican president Portes Gil was published in Spanish translation as Emilio Portes Gill y la politica Mexicana (on the shelves at the Benson Collection at F 1356 P67 K49 2010).
110 binders of research on Mexican history, arranged chronologically, including transcripts and photocopies of historical documents, and articles. Full cataloging of the collection is not yet complete, but the papers are available to researchers in the Benson Collection rare books & manuscripts reading room.
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Cite as: Campbell Dirck Keyser Papers, Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, the University of Texas at Austin.
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