Papers, 1910-1985


Papers, 1910-1985

Papers, 1910-1985

Legal records, scrapbooks, photographs, correspondence, etc., of Mary Gibson Hundley, educator and civil rights activist.

l0 file boxes, 3 folio folders, l folio folder, 1 oversize folder, 1 folio volume, 1 audiocassette

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