Marion E. Kenworthy papers, 1915-1980.


Kenworthy, Marion E. (Marion Edwena), 1891-1980. Marion E. Kenworthy papers, 1915-1980.

Marion E. Kenworthy papers, 1915-1980.

Correspondence, manuscripts, memoranda, awards, photographs, clippings, and other printed materials of Kenworthy. These materials deal mostly with her academic career, her work as a consultant, especially as a member of the National Civilian Advisory Commission of the Women's Army Corps during World War II, and the endowment of a Professorial Chair of Psychiatry in her name at the Columbia University School of Social Work in 1956. Among the cataloged correspondents are Dwight D. Eisenhower, Herbert H. Lehman, Karl A. Menninger, and Eleanor Roosevelt.

32 boxes & 3 oversize folders.

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