Arvonne S. Fraser papers, 1947-1999 (bulk 1970-1994).

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Fraser, Arvonne S. Arvonne S. Fraser papers, 1947-1999 (bulk 1970-1994).

Arvonne S. Fraser papers, 1947-1999 (bulk 1970-1994).

Correspondence, schedules, speech files, draft and published writings, extensive background and conference files, audio and video recordings, and administrative and programmatic files related to Arvonne Fraser's involvement with women's organizations, politics, government agencies, and educational institutions.

75.0 cu. ft. (75 boxes).

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