Papers of Susan Schechter, (inclusive), (bulk) 1961-2005 1986-2004


Papers of Susan Schechter, (inclusive), (bulk), 1961-2005, 1986-2004

Papers of Susan Schechter, (inclusive), (bulk) 1961-2005 1986-2004

Collection includes correspondence, speeches, drafts, grant materials, conference proceedings, subject files, clippings, photographs, audiotapes, and videotapes of Susan Schechter, domestic violence activist and social worker.

38.45 linear feet; (89 file boxes, 1 folio+ box, 1 folio+ folder, 1 supersize folder, 4 photograph folders, 101 audiotapes, 8 videotapes, 1 CD)

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