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Disability Studies Collections

at California State University, Dominguez Hills

Contact the Archives

We invite CSUDH students, faculty, staff, visiting researchers, and community members to explore primary sources in the Gerth Archives & Special Collections!

We are now accommodating in-person visitors Monday-Friday, 9:00am - 4:30pm. 

LIB South 5039, 5th floor

archives@csudh.edu

(310) 243-3895

Images from the Harlan Hahn Collection

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Harlan Hahn Collection

Harlan Hahn Collection (1823-2006)

The Harlan Hahn collection consists of manuscripts, research notes, correspondence, articles, pamphlets, research papers, reports, photographs, published and other material focusing on Hahn’s life, family, education, and career. Hahn, who was a professor of political science, psychiatry, and behavioral science at the University of Southern California, focused his research on American and urban politics; health; and disability politics and policy. Also included in this collection are newspaper clippings, correspondence, treatment plans, informational pamphlets, and other material relating to Harlan’s battle with polio.