Dinko A. Tomasic papers
Papers (n.d.) of Dinko A. Tomasic (1902-1975) consist of a typescript of his book, "Americans from Croatia." These materials are fragile; researchers should consult the microfilm copy.
- Tomasic, Dinko Antun, 1902-1975 (Person)
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Dinko A. Tomasic (1902-1975) was born in Smokvica, Croatia. He studied sociology at the University of Zagreb and the University of Paris and taught in Zagreb and, after his immigration to the United States ca. 1943, at Indiana University. He also worked for the United States Air Force and for Radio Free Europe. Tomasic was the author of numerous publications on various aspects of the sociology of international relations.
2.5 linear inches (1 box, 1 microfilm reel.)
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These materials are fragile; researchers should consult the microfilm copy available at the IHRCA, 1 microfilm reel, call number P3553.
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