Olivia Pearl Stokes papers 1936-1991


Olivia Pearl Stokes papers 1936-1991

The Olivia Pearl Stokes Papers document many aspects of her life and career. The papers include correspondence, writings, files related to herprofessional activities and private affiliations, printed matter and miscellaneous files.

4.5 lin. ft (11 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 6316971

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