Letters from Francis P. Magoun, Jr. to Rudolf Hertz
- Magoun, Francis Peabody, 1895-1979. (Person)
Extent.17 cubic feet (1 document box)
Biographical note on Francis Peabody Magoun, Jr.
Magoun married Margaret Boyden (1903-1988) on 30 June 1926. Their children were Francis Peabody Magoun III (1927-1999), William Cowper Boyden Magoun (1928-2014), Margaret Boyden Magoun (1932-2017), and Jean Bartholow Magoun (born 1937).
- Accession number: 17319; 2006 March 28.
- Alfred, William, Herschel Baker, Larry Benson, Morton Bloomfield, and B. J. Whiting. "Francis P. Magoun." Harvard Gazette, January 16, 1981.
- "Francis Magoun, Cambridge, Ex-Harvard Professor, at 84." Boston Herald American, June 6, 1979.
- Schmidt, K. H. (1966). RUDOLF HERTZ. Studia Celtica, 1, 138. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezp prod1.hul.harvard.edu/docview/1297892260?accountid=11311
- Wikipedia contributors, "Francis Peabody Magoun," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Francis_Peabody_Magoun
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- Letters from Francis P. Magoun, Jr. to Rudolf Hertz, 1946-1953 : an inventory
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