May Mann papers 1930-1982

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May Mann papers 1930-1982

Correspondence, newspaper-column and magazine-article tearsheets and typescripts; book drafts; and other materials relating to her journalism career.

2 folders, (approximately 125 linear ft.); 125 linear ft., (19 Hollinger boxes; 71 cartons; 5 oversize boxes; 2 folders)

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