Barbara Stuhler papers, 1945-2006.


Stuhler, Barbara. Barbara Stuhler papers, 1945-2006.

Barbara Stuhler papers, 1945-2006.

Personal papers documenting the professional career, research interests, publications, and organizational activities of a University of Minnesota continuing education dean and professor who was interested in world affairs and was active in the League of Women Voters.

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