Papers of Miriam Van Waters, 1861-1971


Van Waters, Miriam, 1887-1974. Papers, 1861-1971

Papers of Miriam Van Waters, 1861-1971


Correspondence, diaries, case studies, etc., of penologist Miriam Van Waters.

51 file boxes, 3 half file boxes, 2 oversize folders, 1 folio+ folder, 15 folders of photographs, 14 reels phonotape, 1 reel microfilm, 1 reel motion picture film

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