Madonna Kolbenschlag, H.M., Ph. D, papers, 1942-2000.


Madonna Kolbenschlag, H.M., Ph. D, papers, 1942-2000.

The Madonna Kolbenschlag Papers span the years 1957 to 1999 and document her activities as an educator, writer, activist, and clinical psychologist. These papers include writing and lecture notes, published and unpublished papers, research files, news clippings, and workshop materials. Addendum 1 spans the years 1955 to 2000, predominantly from 1979 to 1999. The collection consists of two major parts: biographical and professional activities. The latter includes papers that document her work as a scholar including research, manuscripts, papers, conferences and lectures, but the former, pertains to her personal life including journals, poetry, correspondence, and her death.

21.5 linear feet.


SNAC Resource ID: 7678824

Cudahy Library

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