May Walden papers, 1870-1972 (bulk 1892-1959).

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Walden, May, 1865-1960. May Walden papers, 1870-1972 (bulk 1892-1959).

May Walden papers, 1870-1972 (bulk 1892-1959).

Correspondence, diaries, writings and photographs of May Walden, mainly dating from 1892 to 1959.

3 cubic ft. (8 boxes)

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