Papers of Rosa Marie Levis, 1884-1994 (inclusive), 1910-1959 (bulk)


Levis, Rosa Marie, 1878-1959. Papers, 1884-1994 (bulk: 1910-1959)

Papers of Rosa Marie Levis, 1884-1994 (inclusive), 1910-1959 (bulk)

1884-1994 (inclusive), 1910-1959 (bulk)

Correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, of Rosa Marie Finnochietti Levis, volunteer civic service worker.

5 boxes, 2 folio+ folders, 3 oversize items

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