Stella Hanau papers 1904-1998


Stella Hanau papers 1904-1998

Papers of this scholar, writer, and advocate for reproductive rights of women, and the advancement of mental health programs from the community to federal level. Includes biographical information, photographs, correspondence, association and program notes, editing jobs, and drafts of a novel.

3.5 cubic ft. (7 document boxes, 1 F17 box)


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Hanau, Stella, 1890-1972 (person)

Dance card, undated Born Stella Bloch, New York City, 1890; B.A. English, Barnard, 1911; married Leo Hanau 1923 (divorced 1940s); one son. Press agent, publicity manager for several "experimental" theatres, New York City, circa 1920s, including the Greenwich Village Theatre and Neighborhood Playhouse, and Provincetown Playhouse (Mass.); co-authored, with Helen Deutsch, The Provincetown: A Story of the Theatre (1931); managed Paul Robeson's first concert; published playb...

Hanau, Richard. (person)

Bernays, Hella Freud, 1893-1994 (person)

Editor and niece of Sigmund Freud. From the description of Hella Freud Bernays papers, 1909-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70984549 ...

Colby, Merle, 1902-1969 (person)

United States. Department of Commerce (corporateBody)

Hanau, Leo. (person)

American Psychiatry Association. (corporateBody)

Lesher, Robert A. (person)

Bloch family. (family)