Papers, 1878-1977 (inclusive).


Jackson, Edith Banfield, 1895-1977. Papers, 1878-1977 (inclusive).

Papers, 1878-1977 (inclusive).

Correspondence, financial records, professional papers, patient records, articles, biographical material, and photos. Professional papers from the 1930s-1960s include material from her work in Vienna and at the University of Colorado; the bulk of the papers pertains to her work at Yale. Her contributions to the Rooming-In Project are well documented by grant proposals, studies, articles by Jackson on rooming-in and infant care, and photos of the Rooming-In-Project.

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