David Brainerd Spooner papers, 1899-1925
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- Spooner, D. Brainerd (David Brainerd)
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- Correspondence (primarily 1915-1918), typewritten manuscript, language notebooks (manuscript and typescript), booklets in foreign languages, and personal memorabilia. The papers relate primarily to Indian archaeology, religion, history, and language studies.
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- Gift of Mrs. Lawrence E. Norem, 1959.
- Archaeologist and linguist. Born in Vermont in 1879, Spooner received his a.b. from Stanford in 1899. He did considerable work and writing in archaeology, Indian religion, Indian history, languages, and linguistics. Spooner died at Agra, India, 30 January 1925.
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