Papers of Corinne Marie Tuckerman Allen, 1896-1927

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Allen, Corinne Marie Tuckerman, 1856-1931. Papers, 1896-1927

Papers of Corinne Marie Tuckerman Allen, 1896-1927

1896-1927

Correspondence, articles, etc., of Corinne Marie Tuckerman Allen, social welfare and education reformer.

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