Papers, 1926-1959.


Papers, 1926-1959.

The Lydia M. Gibson Dawes papers are the result of Dawes' work as a child psychiatrist, and document early work in the child psychotherapy field of the 1930s to the 1950s.

2.3 cubic feet

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