Oberlin Archives Visit
Julia Daughtery traveled to Oberlin College to help organize Dr. Sperry’s archives and to strengthen a partnership between the Oberlin College archive staff and UNCW. Here is a sample of photos from her trip and the visit that archivist Ken Grossi made to UNCW:
The archive storage room where you can find a student file on almost every student that has attended Oberlin College.
Mudd Center, Oberlin’s Library
Psychology Building, Oberlin Campus.
Oberlin College Campus
Dr. Sperry collected and published in a wide variety of books and journals (including some written in Chinese and French).
Dr. Sperry’s master’s thesis entitled “An action-current study of some elementary problems of movement coordination’ (1937).
Here is a box of references where Dr. Sperry would keep brief notes on research articles he had read.
Here are more illustrations of Dr. Sperry’s experiments as well as some slides he used on his split brain patients.
Here are some illustrations of Dr. Sperry’s experiments as well as some slides he used on his split brain patients.
After Dr. Sperry’s children were born he began taking art classes such as pottery and sculpture. This is a photograph of one of his sculpture pieces.