Papers: Series I-II, 1833-1975 (inclusive).

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Miller, Emma Guffey, 1874-1970. Papers: Series I-II, 1833-1975 (inclusive).

Papers: Series I-II, 1833-1975 (inclusive).

Series I, Personal and biographical, and II, General correspondence, include biographical information, photographs, clippings about Miller, and her chronological correspondence, etc.

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