Millicent Cary McIntosh papers, 1947-1979.

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Millicent Cary McIntosh papers, 1947-1979.

Correspondence and memoranda, ca. 1948-1979, to Barnard College faculty, students, and alumnae; Barnard College presidents and Acting Presidents Henry A. Boorse, Rosemary Park, Martha Peterson, LeRoy C. Breunig, and Jacquelyn Mattfeld; Columbia University Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Grayson Kirk; and others. Also, typescript and printed addresses, 1947-1965; printed articles with related correspondence, 1949-1963; correspondence, memoranda, and schedules, 1950s, relating to McIntosh's participation in the HORIZONS television series, produced jointly by Columbia University and NBC; and correspondence, 1961-1962, relating to McIntosh's retirement.

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