Papers, 1909-1979.

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Mitchison, Naomi, 1897-1999. Papers, 1909-1979.

Papers, 1909-1979.

Correspondence with authors and other well-known figures, and also manuscripts of her own writings.

1 linear ft. (139 items in 2 boxes).

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