Finding aid for the Charles Gilbert Wrenn papers


Title:
Charles Gilbert Wrenn papers
Repository:
Drs. Nicholas and Dorothy Cummings Center for the History of Psychology
Phone: 330-972-7285
http://www.uakron.edu/chp
Creator:
Wrenn, C. Gilbert (Charles Gilbert), 1902-
Dates:
1942-2002
Quantity:
0.5 linear feet
Abstract:
The papers of C. Gilbert Wrenn include substantial biographical information, namely in the form of a 51 page autobiography titled, Gilbert Wrenn's Life Story: April 2, 1902-December 28, 2001. Also of interest is a 1984 article from the Tempe Daily News titled, Marriage Stands as Temple of Love. The article discusses love and marriage with Wrenn and his wife, Kathleen. A folder of Wrenn's political correspondence includes photocopied reproductions of correspondence between Wrenn and various political figures including Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard Nixon, and Hubert Humphrey. The three large bound volumes contain various materials including military and personal correspondence, military memorandums, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, military circulars, and Japanese items assumed to have been collected during WWII.
Identification:
p15960coll10/id/471
Location:
Boxes M3485-M3486
Language:
The records are in English