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COLLECTION Identifier: HUG 4117

Papers of Robert G. Albion

Scope and Contents

Contains recorded lectures on world history; Albion's vita; and Stuart. Sprague's student notes, 1962, for course taught by Albion, five sound recordings.


  • circa 1962


Researcher access

Open for research; some access restrictions may apply. Requires review by archivist.


0.32 cubic feet (1 document box, 2 pamphlet binders)

Biographical note on Robert G. Albion

Robert Greenhalgh Albion (1896-1983) (Harvard, Ph.D., 1920) taught oceanic history and affairs at Harvard.


The collection is arranged in three series:
  1. "Vita" and List of Writings (HUG 4117.10)
  2. Student Notes of Stuart Sprague for course taught by Albion at Mystic, Connecticut,1962 (HUG 4117.61)
  3. Lectures on World History (HUG 4117.70)

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Specific acquisition, when available, is noted at the series level.
  1. Gift of Harry Gray.
  2. Gift of Stuart Sprague, September 19, 1983; accession 9872.

Inventory update

This document last updated 2020 August 27.

Processing Information

This finding aid was created by Jennifer Pelose in June 2020.

Information in this finding aid was assembled from container management data. The collection was not re-examined.
Link to catalog
Albion, Robert Greenhalgh, 1896-1983. Papers of Robert G. Albion, circa 1962 : an inventory
Harvard University Archives
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