Records, 1951.

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American Council on Education. Records, 1951.

Records, 1951.

Collection consists mainly of papers given at the Conference on Women in the Defense Decade held in New York City, September 27-28, 1951, and press releases, a conference program and summary, biographies of participants, and accounts of the conference given to the faculty and students at the University of Maine by Alice Stewart, a representative of the university at the conference.

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Conference on Women in the Defense Decade (1951 : New York, N.Y.)

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Herrick, Elinore Morehouse

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