Mary McGrory Papers 1928-2004 (bulk 1956-2002)

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Mary McGrory Papers, 1928-2004, (bulk 1956-2002)

Mary McGrory Papers 1928-2004 (bulk 1956-2002)

Journalist. Correspondence, subject files, notebooks and notes, speeches and writings, newspaper clippings, printed matter, scrapbooks, and other papers relating primarily to McGrory's career as a journalist.

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