Blanche McLane Bruner papers
The Blanche B. Marshall McLane Bruner papers contain correspondence between Bruner, her uncle Adelbert Ames, Jr., and the director of the Dartmouth Eye Institute, later the Hanover Institute, John Pearson, as well as with Hadley Cantril, president of the Institute for Associated Research. Much of the correspondence relates to the development of terminology used to describe visual and social perception and relates to the physiological optics research of the Institute. Included are copies of research reports and other writings of both Ames and Pearson.
- 1946 - 1956
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Blanche B. Marshall McLane Bruner (b. 1915). Consists of correspondence between Bruner, her uncle Adelbert Ames, Jr., John Pearson and Hadley Cantril. Copies of research reports and other writings of both Ames and Pearson are also included.
Mrs. Blanche McLane Bruner gave the papers to Dartmouth College in February 1988.
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