Papers, 1917-1990 (bulk 1932-1980).


Papers, 1917-1990 (bulk 1932-1980).

Correspondence, writings, printed material, broadcast scripts, notes, writings, speeches, photographs, memorabilia, audio tapes, disc recordings, films. Papers document primarily her professional life including teaching at Fairmont and her career as journalist, covering Second Quebec Conference and political conventions, 1944; World War II and aftermath; Berlin Airlift; Korean War; China and the UN; Dag Hammarskjold; war in the Congo; Cuban Missile Crisis; Adlai Stevenson's trip to Latin America; Vietnam War; and 1976 presidential debates.

33 linear ft. (60 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 7388063

Smith College, Neilson Library

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