Papers, 1929-1985 (inclusive).


Blizard, Margaret Louise Murray, 1919-. Papers, 1929-1985 (inclusive).

Papers, 1929-1985 (inclusive).

Collection consists of personal and professional correspondence; printed material re: Blizard's professional and political activities in public health and with the Democratic Party; records of her discrimination suit; photographs; clippings.

10 linear ft.

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