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Otakar Odlozilik PapersUPT 50 OD22

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Summary Information

Date [inclusive]
1939-1971
Extent
18.0 Cubic feet

PROVENANCE

The Otakar Odlozilik Papers were donated by Prof. Odlozilik on June 10, 1969 (accesssion number 22-69).

ARRANGEMENT

This is an unprocessed collection. Please see Archives staff for rough inventory.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Otakar Odlozilk (1899-1973) was educated in Czechoslovakia – leaving the country twice: once in 1939 before the outbreak of World War II, and a second and final time in 1948 when Czechoslovakia became a communist country. In 1955 Odlozilk became a United States citizen, and joined the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania as a professor of history.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The Otakar Odlozilik Papers consists of correspondence, photographic material, research material, and personal material. The material in the collection is in English, Czech, Hungarian, French, German, Latin, Spanish and Italian.

Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
University of Pennsylvania. Dept. of History.

Inventory

 

Inventory 

Box

Folder

Letters from 1949-52 

 1

 

Letters and Clippings 1966-68 

 2

 

Letters and Clippings 1966 

 3

 

Letters and Clippings 1955-57 

 4

 

Drafts of Lectures, etc. 

 5

 

Research Material 

 6

 

Letters and clippings 1949 

 7

 

Letters and Clippings 1952 

 8

 

Correspondence 1958-62 

 9

 

Correspondence 1962-68 

 10

 

Correspondence 1968-72 

 11

 

Correspondence in Native Language 

 12

 

Correspondence in Native Language 

 13

 

Correspondence in Native Language 

 14

 

Correspondence in English 

 15

 

Correspondence in English and Diaries from 1948-72 

 16

 

Personal Effects Retirement and Internal Revenue Information 

 17

 

Maps and Photographic Material (microfilm) 

 18

 

Photographic Material and European, Picture Post Cards 

 19

 

Certificate to Dr. Ostakar Odlozilik from Masarykuv Institute in New York 1959 January 12 

 OS 1