Papers, 1924-1988 (inclusive).


Keyserling, Mary (Dublin). Papers, 1924-1988 (inclusive).

Papers, 1924-1988 (inclusive).

Collection includes biographical information; letters to Keyserling from her mother, father, and husband; professional correspondence; speeches, reports, articles, and other writings by Keyserling, 1928-1988; clippings about her; and publications issued by the Women's Bureau.

5.5 linear ft.

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