Mildred Adams Kenyon papers, 1939-1976, (bulk 1939-1942).


Mildred Adams Kenyon papers, 1939-1976, (bulk 1939-1942).

Papers (1936-1976) pertain mostly to work with Spanish Civil War refugees, and relief organizations. Included are correspondence to and from various persons and committees concerning relief work (1939-1942), organizational and special reports (1940-1942), publications, press releases, personal notes, and a diary.

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University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

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