Business papers, 1853-1992.

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Cushman, Helen Baker. Business papers, 1853-1992.

Business papers, 1853-1992.

The manuscript portion of Helen Baker Cushman's papers consists primarily of correspondence with clients and potential clients; notes, drafts and printer's mechanicals and negatives for her publications; data files created in the course of her work; and some business publications and ephemera.

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