Papers, 1949-1973 (bulk 1961-1973).


Papers, 1949-1973 (bulk 1961-1973).

Collection comprises correspondence, research materials (printed materials, interviews, legal documents, newsletters, notes, etc.), manuscripts and galley proofs, advertising and publicity, reviews and reader responses--materials generated during the research, writing and publication of these three works. The research files contain a wealth of data on the three disparate topics: American death rituals and funeral industry; the conspiracy trial of Dr. Benjamin Spock, civil disobedience and Vietnam-era jurisprudence; and the American prison system, criminal justice and corrections. Only a small amount of personal materials (which fall within the context of Mitford's activities as author of said books) form a part of this collection. Records of the East Bay Memorial Association (1954-1962), of which Mitford's husband Robert Treuhaft was an officer, are also included in Series I.

70 boxes (27 linear feet), accompanied by artifacts, galleys, scrapbooks and other oversize material.

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