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American editor and author of children's books Irmengarde Eberle (1898-1979) wrote sixty-three children's and young adult books, including nature stories, biography and fiction, from 1937 to 1979..
The collection contains various manuscripts, correspondence, and published books.
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[Identification of item], Irmengarde Eberle Papers, Ax 459, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.
The Dog Who Came To Visit
Fawn In the Woods
Hop, Skip and Fly
Mustang On the Prairie
Night Rover, Flying Squirrels and Their Neighbors
Hobart Van Deusen
Thomas Crowell Company
Benjamin Franklin (Man of Science)