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Fritz Marti Papers, 1909-2009View associated digital content.

Fritz Marti (1894-1991), was a Swiss-born philosophy professor highly regarded as an expert on post-Kantian idealism. His papers contain a significant trove of correspondence, including letters with such figures as Jacques Barzun, Walter Lippman and John F. Kennedy. The archive likewise features a wide swath of biographical items, research notebooks and unpublished manuscripts. One particular highlight of the collection is an annotated manuscript of Marti's unpublished translation of F. W. J. Schelling's The Method of University Studies.
ID: MSS Marti
Extent: 30.2 cubic feet
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Statement on Access: Permission to examine the Marti Papers will be granted to qualified researchers upon completion of an "Application for Use" form, and contingent upon the researcher's agreement to abide by the rules and policies governing the use of manuscripts.
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Preferred Citation: Courtesy of the Fritz Marti Papers (MSS Marti), Oregon State Univesity Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note: Initial accession received from Paul and Vreneli Farber in July 2000. Second major accession received from the Farbers in December 2008.
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