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Albert Henry Imlah Papers

Call Number: MS176
Scope and Contents

This collection contains materials by and related to Albert H. Imlah, Tufts University professor of economics. Materials date from 1903 – 2005. The collection has photographs of the Tufts campus, Tufts faculty, and the Imlah family. It also includes a number of books written by Albert H. Imlah and Ann G. Imlah, his daughter. The collection also contains correspondence relating to his research and appointment at Tufts University, as well as personal correspondence with his wife, Helen Woodbridge Imlah.

Additionally, there are a number of subject files. These are largely related to his research into nineteenth century trade in Great Britain. They also include articles and book reviews written by Albert H. Imlah; essays written by Miriam B. Imlah, his second wife; personal information regarding Albert and Miriam Imlah; and research conducted for the American Association of University Professors.


This collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

Some material in this collection may be protected by copyright and other rights. Please see “Reproductions and Use” on the Digital Collections and Archives website for more information about reproductions and permission to publish. No documentation is available regarding the intellectual property rights in this collection.


This collection was physically kept in received order. Intellectual arrangement was imposed by the archivist at the time of processing. There are five series: 1. Books and photographs, 2. Correspondence, 3. Research and Subject Files, and 4. 2016 accessions, and 5. 2021 accessions.

Creation: Majority of material found within 1932 -- 1985
Creation: 1903 -- 2005
2.3 Linear Feet (2 document boxes, 1 record carton, 1 oversize folder)
Related Names
Imlah, Albert Henry
Language of Materials