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|Size||About 5,000 items (7.5 linear feet).|
|Abstract||Richard Jente was head of the Department of German, University of North Carolina, 1937-1953. The collection includes compilations, notes, and other papers related to Richard Jente's comparative study of proverbs in Latin, German, English, and perhaps other languages. Most notes are in the form of card files.|
|Creator||Jente, Richard, 1888-1952.|
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Jente was head of the Department of German, University of North Carolina, 1937-1953.Back to Top
The collection includes ompilations, notes, and other papers related to Richard Jente's comparative study of proverbs in Latin, German, English, and perhaps other languages. Most notes are in the form of card files.Back to Top
Note that original file folder titles have, for the most part, been retained.
Purchased from a London dealer because it was advertised as containing proverbs; book only contains two.
Chiefly in German.
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Encoded by: Noah Huffman, December 2007Back to Top