Sylvia G.L. Dannett papers, 1900-1965.

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Dannett, Sylvia G. L., 1909-. Sylvia G.L. Dannett papers, 1900-1965.

Sylvia G.L. Dannett papers, 1900-1965.

Materials include correspondence and Dannett's manuscript, Profiles of Negro Women.

5 linear ft.

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