Papers, 1881-1945 (inclusive).


Papers, 1881-1945 (inclusive).

Correspondence, diaries, poems and notebooks of Biscoe and letters and articles by Beulah Marie (Dix) Flebbe, Ethel B. Osgood, Maud (Wood) Park, and former pupils and friends of Biscoe comprise the collection. Extensive biographical material about Biscoe reveals her kindliness and religious nature.

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