|Collection Descriptive Notes||
Each of six professors talks about the language family that is his area of specialization. (The talks were delivered on the University of Chicago campus during the summer of 1955.)
|Collection Technical Notes||
In 1976 the original recordings from the 1950s (it is not clear whether these were the live recordings) were dubbed for salvage purposes by JJT. He apparently discarded the originals. The WAVE files are converted to MP3s.
This collection has no playable audio.
|Languages of the World (Reel 1): The Algonkian Languages and The Non-Indo-European Languages of India||Hockett, Charles Francis (speaker)||United States, Chicago||1/4 inch audio tape|
|Languages of the World (Reel 2): The Sino-Tibetan languages||Li Fang-kuei (speaker)||Chicago||1/4 inch audio tape|
|Languages of the World (Reel 3): The Indo-European Languages and The Altaic Languages The Altaic languages (LIN 30.1.3 (CM))||Hoenigswald, Henry (speaker)||Chicago||1/4 inch audio tape|
|Languages of the World (Reel 4): The languages of Ancient Anatolia||Güterbock, Hans (speaker)||Turkey, Chicago||1/4 inch audio tape|