Marvin Kaufmann Opler papers

Abstract: 

Correspondence, research notes, published and unpublished papers, and other printed and manuscript material relating to Opler's work as an anthropologist and social psychiatrist.

The papers are particularly rich in materials relating to his work among the Ute and Paiute tribes, the Tule Lake Internment Camp, the Midtown Manhattan Mental Health Study, and the First Congress of Social Psychiatry in 1964.

Creator: 

Marvin Kaufmann Opler, 1914-1981.

Date [inclusive]: 

1915-1979.

Languages: 

English

Physical Description: 

9 cubic feet (27 boxes)

Collection: 

Access: 

All folders designated "restricted" are subject to the provisions of the Patient Records Access Policy of the Archives and Special Collections.

Cite as: 

Marvin K. Opler Papers, Archives & Special Collections, Columbia University Health Sciences Library.