Third Session of Summer Courses Includes Notable Participants

The third session of the Summer Institute of Linguistics offers linguistics training to the largest group of students yet. Participants notable for the contributions they would one day make to the field of linguistics and translation research include Ken PikeEunice Pike and Eugene Nida.

Staff and students of the 1936 Summer Institute of Linguistics (from back, left to right): Joe Chicol, Eugene Nida, Kenneth Pike, Walter Miller, Robert Smallwood, Jake Johnson, Eunice Pike, Ethel May Squire, Elvira Townsend, Cameron Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. John Twentyman, Grace Armstrong, Florence Hansen (Not pictured: Joe McCullough, Roland Davies, Landis Christansen, Wilfred Morris)

Thursday, 23 July, 1936
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