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|Call Number:||RU 822|
|Creator:||Yale University. American Studies Program.|
|Title:||American Studies Program, Yale University, time capsule prepared by the students of the course "Public Memory and Material Culture in America"|
|Physical Description:||1 linear foot (1 box)|
|Language(s):||The materials are in English.|
|Summary:||The materials consist of a time capsule prepared by Yale students for an American Studies course titled Public Memory and Material Culture in America.|
|Note:||Forms part of Yale Record Group 14-B (YRG 14-B), Records of academic departments and programs of the Yale Faculty of Arts and Sciences.|
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|Catalog Record:||A record for this collection, including location information, may be available in Orbis, the Yale University Library catalog.|
Information about Access
The materials are restricted until Jan 1, 2028.
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American Studies Program, Yale University, Time Capsule Prepared by the Students of the Course "Public Memory and Material Culture in America" (RU 822). Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library.
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Description of the Papers
The materials consist of a time capsule prepared by Yale students for an American Studies course titled Public Memory and Material Culture in America.