Gloria de Herrera papers, 1936-1996 (bulk 1947-1985).

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Gloria de Herrera papers, 1936-1996 (bulk 1947-1985).

The papers consist of ca. 750 items documenting De Herrera's milieu and activities.

ca. 3 linear ft. (11 boxes) + ADDS (2 boxes)

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SNAC Resource ID: 8222500

Getty Research Institute

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