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    • Guide to the Hartley Burr Alexander Papers

    • Alexander, Hartley Burr, 1873-1939 – Archives; Scripps College (Claremont, Calif.)--Archival resources.; Scripps College – Faculty – Archives; Nebraska State Capitol (Lincoln, Neb.); Los Angeles Public Library; Rockefeller...
    • The Hartley Burr Alexander Papers contain correspondence, financial material, newspaper clippings, manuscripts, music manuscripts, and blueprints documenting Hartley Burr Alexander’s many educational and cultural activities. The collection...
    • Guide to the May Sarton Collection

    • May Sarton, 1912-1995, was a writer best known for her published personal journals, including Journal of a Solitude; she also published several acclaimed novels and volumes of poetry. This collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, articles,...
    • May Sarton, 1912-1995, was a writer best known for her published personal journals, including Journal of a Solitude; she also published several acclaimed novels and volumes of poetry. This collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, articles,...
    • Guide to the Mary Patterson Routt Papers

    • Scripps College; Routt, Mary Patterson; Women Journalists--United States; Journalists--United States
    • Mary Patterson Routt was one of the original signers of the founding articles for Scripps College and served on the college's first board of trustees from 1926 to 1965. She was also one of the first female Washington correspondents and had a...
    • Guide to the Women's Employment Collection

    • Womens Rights; National Women's Trade Union League of America; Employment and society
    • The collection contains publications, ephemera, and writings related to women's employment. It includes a number of newspaper clippings, magazine articles, flyers and pamphlets, some issued by the National Women's Trade Union League of America and...
    • Guide to the Marion Parks Papers

    • Los Angeles (Calif.) -- Description and travel; Los Angeles (Calif.) -- History; Santa Barbara (Calif.) -- History; California -- History
    • The papers of Marion Parks, a talented and resourceful personality in Los Angeles during the early 1900s, relate to the history of Southern California. Parks described herself as "a California historian." Her principal contributions in this...

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