Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant papers


Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant papers


The Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant Papers document the life and career of Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant. The papers span the dates 1903-65, but the bulk of the material covers the years 1930-65.

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