Shirley Hayes Papers 1948-2001 (bulk 1952-1979)

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Shirley Hayes Papers, 1948-2001 (bulk 1952-1979)

Shirley Hayes Papers 1948-2001 (bulk 1952-1979)

Shirley Hayes was a long-time resident of the Washington Square Park area. While she lived there she was active in many local community groups. This collection contains information on the activities she was involved in, her political involvement, and her job at WNYC.

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