Jean Adair papers 1914-1936 1914-1929

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Jean Adair papers, 1914-1936, 1914-1929

Jean Adair papers 1914-1936 1914-1929

The Jean Adair papers document the early part of Ms. Adair's career through clippings, correspondence, photographs and ephemera. The materials span the years 1914-1936, though most of the collection documents the years 1914-1928.

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