Margaret Cousins Papers 1921-73


Margaret Cousins Papers 1921-73


The papers of Texas writer and editor Margaret Cousins includecorrespondence and manuscripts reflecting her career, particularly ascontributor to women's magazines, as editor of Lyndon Johnson's memoir, and assenior editor at Doubleday Publishing Company.

35 boxes (14.5 linear feet)


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