Papers of Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson, 1860s-1993

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Papers of Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson, 1860s-1993

1860s-1993

Correspondence, journals, legal and financial documents, etc., of Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson, author, feminist, and committeewoman.

14 file boxes, 2 folio folders, 5 folio+ folders, 1 oversize folder, and photographs

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