Papers, 1906-1963 (inclusive).


Dewing, Frances Rousmaniere. Papers, 1906-1963 (inclusive).

Papers, 1906-1963 (inclusive).

This collection consists mainly of Dewing's essays and journal excerpts written between 1906 and 1963. The writings concern education, educational methods, marriage, and social relationships. In most cases there are both original manuscripts and typescripts and typed transcriptions. There are also some biographical papers and two letters (drafts?) by her.

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