File 1970-010 / 001 (02) - Abel, Dr Karl

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Abel, Dr Karl

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1970-010 / 001 (02)

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  • 1890, 1891, 1895, 1896 (Creation)

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1 folder of texual records

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File consists of typed, handwritten and transcribed excerpts from correspondence between VW and Karl Abel. The two corresponded at the suggestion of Professor Sayce. Welby sought out Dr. Abel and shared her writing on mental biology, seeking his feedback on her ideas. Welby also invited Abel to visit her in Denton. Keywords include: psychology of language, pscyological semantics, mental evolution, folklore, etymology, IndoEuropean languages.

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Author of text on Egyptian Semitic and Indo-European Languages

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ASt.Onge: Created from legacy finding aid and migrated January 2016.


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