Merrill papers ca. 1913-1983.

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Merrill papers MS 0571., ca. 1913-1983.

Merrill papers ca. 1913-1983.

Skog, Katharine Merrill Ahlbers, 1895-1983; Teacher, translator, and missionary. Mount Holyoke College graduate, 1917. Papers contain correspondence, articles and photographs; primarily consisting of correspondence commenting on her teaching and travels in Japan.

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