Correspondence, ca. 1921-1969 (bulk 1931-1952)


Correspondence, ca. 1921-1969 (bulk 1931-1952)

Chiefly letters to Helen M. Voorhees and other friends at Mount Holyoke College reflecting her work as a teacher at Hunter College and elsewhere and describing her experiences doing research in France in 1931, 1935, 1948, and 1951-52.

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