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Papers, 1950-1995 (inclusive).

Author: Gerda Lerner
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Collection includes biographical information; professional correspondence and drafts of her historical writings, both reflecting her leadership in American women's history, and the growth of women's history as a discipline; minutes, grant proposals, and correspondence from her work in professional organizations; and correspondence concerning her participationin conferences and on advisory and editorial boards. Also  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts for publication
Screenplays
Named Person: Mary Ritter Beard; Mary McLeod Bethune; Mari Jo Buhle; Eleanor Flexner; Betty Friedan; Angelina Emily Grimké; Sarah Moore Grimké; Fannie Lou Hamer; Darlene Clark Hine; Joan Hoff; Miriam Young Holden; Janet Wilson James; Martin Luther King, Jr.; Richard Stewart Kirkendall; Gerda Lerner; Pauli Murray; William L O'Neill; A Philip Randolph; Willie Lee Rose; Barbara Miller Solomon; Catharine R Stimpson; Roy Wilkins
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Gerda Lerner
OCLC Number: 86145521
Description: 7 linear ft.

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Collection includes biographical information; professional correspondence and drafts of her historical writings, both reflecting her leadership in American women's history, and the growth of women's history as a discipline; minutes, grant proposals, and correspondence from her work in professional organizations; and correspondence concerning her participationin conferences and on advisory and editorial boards. Also included are fictional, political, and autobiographical writings.

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