The Raymond F. Gale Papers include typescripts of published books and papers, notes, exercises, lectures, and other works
by Gale, a professor of humanistic psychology at Ball State University from 1962-1983. Also included in the collection are
the elements of a slide show (slides, script, recording) put together by Gale in 1974 entitled "The Common Strivings of People."
Raymond F. Gale was a professor of humanistic psychology at Ball State University from 1962 until his retirement in 1983.
Prior to his faculty appointment he had served as director of counseling at the same institution's Burris Laboratory, following
several years of work as a teacher and school counselor in Illinois public schools. Gale's research and writing focused on
the common strivings of people across cultural divisions.
1.5 linear feet
(4 regular and one half-size manuscript boxes)
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permission of the copyright holder, which also must be obtained.
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