Papers, 1929-1976 (inclusive).

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Pereira, I. Rice (Irene Rice), 1902-1971. Papers, 1929-1976 (inclusive).

Papers, 1929-1976 (inclusive).

Correspondence, manuscripts of her writings, notebooks on philosophy, articles, poems, painting inventories, photos, both personal and of art work, exhibition catalogs, financial records, grant applications, and printed material pertain to Pereira's interests and career.

10 linear ft.

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