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Victoria Case papers, 1892-1972

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Case, Victoria
Title
Victoria Case papers
Dates
1892-1972 (inclusive)
Quantity
5.5 linear feet, (7 containers)
Collection Number
Ax 230
Summary
Victoria Case (1897-1973) was a writer of short stories, articles, freelance work and books; she wrote articles for many Oregon newspapers as well. This collection represents her career as an author of a wide range of genres, from romance to geography.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions
Collection is open to the public. Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.
Additional Reference Guides
Paper finding aid with additional information available in Special Collections & University Archives.
Languages
English

Historical NoteReturn to Top

Victoria Case (1897-1973) was born May 24th in Dallas, Texas to Henry Oscar Case and Jane Hammond Case. She attended college at the University of Oregon, graduating in 1921. In the years 1922-1929 she worked for many Oregon newspapers, including The Oregonian, The Astorian, The Portland Telegram, and The Portland Journal. She wrote numerous short stories that were published in magazines including Saturday Evening Post, Good Housekeeping, Ladies Home Journal, Reader’s Digest, Farm Journal, Liberty and others.

In addition to writing, Ms. Case was the journalism instructor and publicity director for Albany College in Albany Oregon (1931-1935). She worked as assistant publicity director for the U.S. Resettlement Administration in Portland Oregon during the years 1935-1937. She began her freelance writing career in 1938. She wrote two books with Robert Ormond Case: Last Mountains: The Story of the Cascades in 1945, and We Called it Culture: The Story of the Chautauqua in 1948. On her own she wrote The Quiet Life of Mrs. General Lane in 1952, Applesauce Needs Sugar in 1960, and A Finger in Every Pie in 1963. Doubleday published all of these.

Victoria Case was a member of the Shakespeare Club, Friends of the Library (McMinnville, Oregon) and Theta Sigma Phi. She died in 1973.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Victoria Case Papers contain manuscripts, drafts, tearsheets and related correspondence for a number of her short stories, articles and books. Also included are notes and research materials. The Victoria Case Papers contain a collection of magazines from the late 1800s and early 1900s and include The Century Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Harpers and Good Housekeeping. Also included is a pulp collection, including romance novels and westerns written between 1938-1949.

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Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

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Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Victoria Case Papers, Ax 230, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

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Manuscripts and Related MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Articles, Memoirs and Related Materials
Woman Power Survey
1942
Box Folder
1 1
"Survey of Woman Power" Article ms., typed; 4 pages
1 1
"Women, Bless’em All." Article ms., 2 drafts, typed
1 1
Manuscript, untitled, undated, typed with corrections, beginning of short story
1 1
Manuscript, untitled, undated, typed with corrections, about working women
1 1
Correspondence: outgoing; 3 pieces
1942
1 1
Correspondence, incoming; 13 pieces
1942
1 1
"Oregon Checks Womanpower" Tearsheets from Independent Woman (includes cover); 3 pages
March 1942
1 1
Research materials: 2 pieces
1 1
Notes, 2 pages typed, 1 page handwritten
1 1
Photographs: 6 black and white glossy
1 1
Emanon newsletter, with article on working women
January 24, 1942
"Neighbors to the Rescue." (Working titles: Oregon Learns About Volunteer Labor, Volunteer Labor Saves the Crops, Oregon Enlists Volunteer Labor)
Box Folder
1 2
Tearsheets: "Dude Harvest." By Frank J. Taylor
January 31, 1942
1 2
Tearsheets: "Dude Harvest." By Frank J. Taylor
1 2
Saturday Evening Post pp. 20-21; 94
October 3, 1942
1 2
Various drafts, typed, with corrections and suggestions from editors, with attached
1 2
Correspondence, 3 sets
1 2
Correspondence: incoming, 21 pieces
1941-1942
1 2
Correspondence: outgoing, 4 pieces
1941
1 2
Correspondence: miscellaneous, 2 pieces
1942
1 2
Clippings, 6 pieces
1 3
"Neighbors to the Rescue." Photographs: 10 black and white glossy, with notes; 3 black and white matte; 1 photo from newspaper clipping: The Oregonian Partial index of photos, handwritten
June 8, 1942
1 3
Correspondence: incoming, 8 pieces
1941-1942
"You and the Kids Can Help Save the Crops This Year"
Box Folder
1 3
Tearsheets from The Oregonian, pp. 1 and 2
April 19, 1942
Box Folder
1 4
"Jam for MacArthur’s Boys"
Box Folder
1 4
Tearsheets from The Oregonian, p. 2
May 31, 1942
1 4
Correspondence: incoming, 24 pieces
1941
1 4
Correspondence: outgoing, 2 pieces. Notes, 3 pages
1941
Applesauce Needs Sugar
Box Folder
1 5
Cover proof in color, Chapter list with notes, 1 page; miscellaneous notes, 2 pages.
1 5
Correspondence: incoming, 42 pieces
1957-1962
1 5
Correspondence: outgoing, 1 piece.
January 18, 1960
1 5
Clippings and reviews, numerous, in envelope
"Sugar Shortage"
Box Folder
1 6
Short story ms., typed with corrections; 7 pages
October 1946
1 6
Correspondence: incoming, 31 pieces
1940-1950
"When We Were Rich"
Box Folder
1 7
Short story ms., 5 drafts, typed with corrections, various page lengths.
1942-1947
1 7
Correspondence: incoming, 9 pieces
1 7
Notes, handwritten; 2 pages
"Good Morning, I’m the Country Nurse." As told to Ms. Case
Box Folder
1 8
Tearsheets ( 2 copies) from Saturday Evening Post, pages 36-38 and 79-84. Draft (working name "Your Neighbor’s Diseases"). typed with corrections; 16 pages.
May 17, 1941
"The Unending War"
Box Folder
1 8
Typed ms., 25 pages Untitled, undated ms, starts at page 18
1941
1 8
Correspondence, outgoing, 4 pieces
1941
1 8
Correspondence: incoming, 28 pieces
1 8
Photographs: black and white, glossy, 4 piece Negatives, 2
The Last Mountains
Box Folder
1 9
Related correspondence: incoming; 20 pieces. Outgoing, 1 piece
1943-1960
"Can Small Colleges Survive"
Box Folder
1 10
Tearsheets from The Saturday Evening Post, pp. 36,104, 107-110, Related correspondence, incoming, 8 pieces, Clippings and reviews
September 30, 1950
"A Boot for Cinderella"
Box Folder
1 10
Short story, Tearsheets from The Saturday Evening Post, pp. 24, 120-124. Related correspondence: incoming, 6 pieces, Related notes: 2 pages
October 4, 1947
"Bear Hunt." (Story became a chapter in Applesauce Needs Sugar)
Box Folder
1 10
Tearsheets (2 copies) from Ladies Home Journal, pp.62, 101. Related correspondence: incoming, 6 pieces
March 1962
"Why You Need A Birth Certificate"
Box Folder
1 11
Tearsheets from Good Housekeeping, p.32
September 1942
1 10
Related correspondence: incoming, 5 pieces
September 1942
"Portland: Ace Host To Fighting Men"
Box Folder
1 10
Tearsheets from Liberty back page
January 30, 1943
1 10
Related correspondence: incoming, 5 pieces
1943
1 10
Clippings, 2 pieces
1943
"The Captivating Woman"
Box Folder
1 10
Tearsheets from The American Magazine, pp. 38, 76-80.
June 1953
1 10
Related correspondence: incoming, 4 pieces
1953
"Applesauce Needs Sugar" (Excerpt from the book)
Box Folder
1 10
Tearsheets from The Saturday Evening Post, pp.16, 49-50, 52, 54, 57-58.
October 26, 1946
"A Knock in the Night"
Box Folder
1 10
Tearsheets from The Saturday Evening Post, pp. 24, 42-43
December 26, 1953
"Sauce for the Goose"
Box Folder
1 10
Tearsheets from The American Magazine, pp. 28-29, 123-127
November 1952
1 10
Related correspondence: incoming 2 pieces.
1952
"A Woman’s Place"
Box Folder
1 10
Tearsheets from The Saturday Evening Post, pp. 21, 39. 41-43
August 24, 1946
1 10
Related correspondence: incoming, 2 pieces
August 24, 1946
1 10
Clippings: 2 items
"Sunshine Is Free"
Box Folder
1 10
Tearsheets from American Home, p. 4.
July 1942
"You Never Can Tell About A Woman"
Box Folder
1 10
Tearsheets from The Saturday Evening Post, pp 27, 104-106, 108.
July 26, 1947
Short Stories for Rangeland Romances
Manuscripts (typed) of short stories published in Rangeland Romances
1938-1939
Box Folder
1 11
"A Boot For Cinderella" 17 pages, (appeared in revised form in The Saturday Evening Post, October 4, 1947)
1938-1939
1 11
"Cowboy and the Queen" 13 pages
1 11
"Dauntless in Love" 13 pages
1 11
"Hearts Along the Milky Way" 17 pages
1 11
"Kathy Covets a Mare" 15 pages
1 11
"Man Handler" 14 pages
1 11
"Primitive Woman" 14 pages
1 11
"Queen in the Hole" 9 pages. Pencil comment "first story sold"
1 11
"Shadow of broken Butte" 15 pages
1 11
"Skeeter Comes Home" 2 versions, 12-15 pages
1 11
"Stomach for Indian Fighting" 15 pages
1 11
"That Damned Love" 12 pages
1 11
"Unquenched Flames" 16 pages
1 11
"Unwilling Santa Claus" 9 pages
1 11
"Wages of Sin" 2 versions, 4-5 pages
Related correspondence
Box Folder
1 11
Incoming from editors, 8 pieces
1938-1940
1 11
Incoming, personal, 5 pieces
1938-1940
Box Folder
1 11
Check stubs: 7 items
Miscellaneous Manuscripts and correspondence
"A Higher Justice"
Box Folder
1 12
ms., typed with hand written corrections, 21 pages.
Box Folder
1 12
Untitled, 3 pages (numbered 19-21) from unknown ms.
"Mount St. Helens"
Box Folder
1 12
text for calendar picture; with correspondence: incoming, 3 pieces; outgoing, 2 pieces.
1953-1954
"Vitamin Era Brings Bonanza of the Deep"
Box Folder
1 12
newspaper clipping from The Baltimore Sun.
January 4, 1942
1 13
Correspondence: incoming from publishers: 88 pieces
1945-1962
1 13
Correspondence: outgoing, 3 pieces
1 13
Transcript from radio show "Personality of the Week— McMinnville Hour"
July 29, 1947
"Inside Information" From The Saturday Evening Post
Box Folder
1 13
mentions Victoria Case: Volume 3, No. 31 and Volume 4 No. 31
July 19, 1947, July 24, 1948
We Called It Culture and Related Materials
Box Folder
1 14
We Called it Culture. Correspondence, reviews, related periodical articles.
"William Jennings Bryan"
Box Folder
1 15
ms., 19 pages Notes, 9 pages handwritten, 13 pages typed; re: William Jennings Bryan and Chautauqua
1 16
The Literary Digest. Volume 60, no. 8
February 22, 1919
1 17
The Lyceum World. Volume X No. 7
October 1917
1 18
The Chautauquan, Official Program, 7th Season.
June 29, 1947-Agust 24, 1947
1 19
The Chautauquan. Newspaper Volume 13. No. 200, 2 copies
January 1948
1 20
The Chautauquan Information Book
1947
1 21
The Chautauquan. Preliminary Program, 74th annual Session
June 29, 1947-August 24, 1947
1 22
The Chautauquan. Volume XV, No. 4
July 1892
1 23
Chautauqua: Photographs (black and white), articles and clippings
1 24
The Chautauquan. Volume 11, No. 170.
February 1946
1 25
"Chautauqua on Chautauqua Lake." Brochure
We Called it Culture.
Box Folder
1 26
Correspondence: outgoing, 3 pieces, incoming, 15 pieces; notes, 1 page
1950-1961
"What was Chautauqua?"
Box Folder
1 27
17-page ms. article with correspondence (3 pieces).
1953
"The Kitchen Chautauqua."
Box Folder
1 27
Article by Clara Miller Sexton from The Eugene Register Guard, undated
1 27
Correspondence with American Mercury, 1 in/ 1 out.
1953
1 27
Notes: Chautauqua outline, 9 pages
1 27
"History of Chautauqua." ms., 2 pages.
1 27
"Chautauqua Bulletin Number 1." 8 pages
December 7, 1912
1 27
Correspondence: miscellaneous, 3 pages, from Ellison-White
August 30, 1920
1 27
Paper read at Chautauqua convention, by J.R. Ellison, 3 pages
March 16, 1924
"Vanished Tents of Chautauqua"
Box Folder
1 28
article ms., 13 pages3 Manuscript articles (untitled) re: Chautauqua, as told to Case by J.R. Ellison. 1st is 4 pages; 2 copies. 2 others; 9 pages each
"The Chautauqua Is Coming. . ."
Box Folder
1 28
Tearsheets from The Oregonian. 2 copies
June 16, 1935
"The Chautauqua is Coming . . . Part II"
Box Folder
1 28
Tearsheets from The Oregonian. 4 copies
June 23, 1935
1 27
Related Correspondence: incoming, 9 pieces; outgoing, 6 pieces
1935
1 29
We Called It Culture. Clippings, reviews and articles
2 1
We Called It Culture. Source material, manuscript, galleys, correspondence and reviews.
2 2
We Called it Culture. Related periodicals: The New Yorker; Christian Herald, Volume 71, No. 5
February 14, 1948-May 1948
3 1
The Chautauqua Program: Season of 1910
3 2
The Chautauquan Daily. Volume XXXV, Nos. 26, 28-30
August 6, 1910, August 9, 1910-August 11, 1910
3 3
Chautauqua Text Books. 6 issues, Nos. 6-8, 25, 32, 43.
1879-1883
3 4
Special Courses of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle.
3 5
Guide to Chautauqua Sabbath School Normal Lessons. Nos. 1-13
Our Alma Mater
Box Folder
2 6
Bi Monthly Messenger to members of The Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle. Two of no. 3, one of no. 2, one dated April 1884, unnumbered, 4 in total
3 7
Chautauqua Brochure: 23rd session, Ashland, Oregon
July 6, 1915-July 16, 1915
The Quiet Life of Mrs. General Lane and Related Materials
Box Folder
3 8
The Quiet Life of Mrs. General Lane. Source material, notes, clippings
3 9
The Quiet Life of Mrs. General LaneCorrespondence and reviews
3 10
The Quiet Life of Mrs. General LaneBook jacket cover. Related correspondence: (from publishers and fans), 51 pieces
1950-1962
4 1
The Quiet Life of Mrs. General Lane. Late draft manuscript.
4 2
The Quiet Life of Mrs. General Lane. Printer’s copy
4 3
The Quiet Life of Mrs. General Lane. Galley’s
Short Story Manuscripts and Related Materials
"A Better Woman"
Box Folder
5 1
Original typed manuscript, edited by Robert Ormond Case; 11 pages
"The Boy Who Wanted to Die"
Box Folder
5 1
Original typed manuscript; 7 pages
"The Bride’s Choice"
Box Folder
5 1
Typed carbon; 22 pages. Published in The Saturday Evening Post
November 29, 1947
"Day to Remember"
Box Folder
5 1
Final version, original typed copy; 16 pages.
"The Little Old Cookstove"
Box Folder
5 1
Version 1: carbon; 19 pages. Published in The Saturday Evening Post as "The Lost Wagons." Version 2: carbon; 21 pages
September 11, 1954
"Love Those Muscles"
Box Folder
5 1
Original type manuscript; 16 pages
"Married to a Stranger"
Box Folder
5 1
Original typed manuscript; 14 pages
"Pig-Headed Man"
Box Folder
5 1
Carbon of final version, 7 pages. First revision, 11 pages, 2nd revision, 7 pages
Box Folder
5 2
A Finger in Every Pie. Carbon with list of corrections; 284 pages
5 3
A Finger in Every Pie. Printer’s Copy with handwritten revisions; 289 pages
5 4
A Finger in Every Pie. One set galley proofs, one set page proofs
5 5
Correspondence related to short stories listed above and A Finger in Every Pie: Outgoing (to publishers), 8 pieces Incoming (from publishers and fans), 74 pieces
1945-1963
6 1
"Circles of Love." Tearsheets from Ranch Romances. Related correspondence: incoming, 1 piece
April 1, 1949
6 2
"Great Day in Oregon." Tearsheet from This Week Magazine.
July 31, 1955
"Hero From Spook Ridge"
Box Folder
6 3
4 drafts: 1st: carbon; 16 pages. 2nd: original; 10 pages. 3rd: carbon with holograph revisions; 10 pages.4th: carbon; 12 pages. Tearsheets from Farm Journal and Farmer’s Wife. Notes, 1 page Related correspondence: 17 pieces.
1940-1946
6 4
"His Mother Said No." Tearsheet from The Saturday Evening Post.
April 18, 1953
"Husband Hunters, Ltd." (Also "Leap Year Girls", "Wise Virgins")
Box Folder
6 5
Outline for story series, original; 3 pages, Notes and rough drafts; 22 pages, Early draft; 13 pages, Final Draft; 24 pages
"A Kiss Deferred." (formerly "The Walk-Around")
Box Folder
6 6
Final draft, carbon; 7 pages. Tearsheets from The Saturday Evening Post, Related correspondence: 4 pieces
1947
6 7
"The Knock in the Night." Tearsheet from The Saturday Evening Post.
December 26, 1953
6 8
"The Lost Wagons" Tearsheet from The Saturday Evening Post.
September 11, 1954
6 9
"Married to a Stranger." Tearsheet from The Saturday Evening Post
August 20, 1949
6 10
"Once in a Lifetime." Late draft, carbon; 15 pages. Related correspondence: 5 pieces
1954
6 11
"Stage Fright." Tearsheet from Everywoman’s, Related correspondence: 4 pieces
1950-1952
6 12
"The Taming of McFee." Tearsheet from The Saturday Evening Post
October 22, 1955
6 13
"Thief in the Night." Tearsheet from The American Magazine
January 1955
6 14
"A Touch of Tenderness." Tearsheet from The American Magazine
December 1955
6 15
" Venus Visitors." Early draft, original with holograph revisions; 30 pages
6 16
"Wedding by Impulse." Tearsheet from The Saturday Evening Post
August 21, 1948
6 17
"Who Gives This Woman?" Tearsheet from The Saturday Evening Post
April 14, 1951
The Pollag Swen Murders
Box Folder
6 18
Outline; 1 page. Final manuscript, carbon; 56 pages. Related correspondence: 2 pieces
1954
Television and Radio
Box Folder
6 19
"Circles of Love." Outline for television, original with holograph revisions; 3 pages
6 19
"Marriage of Convenience." NBC Matinee Theatre, Xeroxed copy; 44 pages
6 19
"Stage Fright." Outline for television, original with holograph revisions; 3 pages
6 19
"Who Gives This Woman?" Outline for television, original with holograph revisions; 2 pages, Related correspondence: 49 pieces
1956-1958
More Articles and Related Materials
Box Folder
6 20
"Eating in Old Yamhill." Final draft, original; 10 pages
6 21
"Food Industries Call the Doctor." Tearsheet from This Week’s Liberty
March 6, 1943
"McMinnville Ladies Sanitary Aid Society, 1863-1865"
Box Folder
6 22
Notes, holograph; 15 pages, Early fragment, original,; 6 pages, Early draft, original; 9 pages, Final draft, carbon; 7 pages, Related correspondence: 2 pieces
6 23
"Pity the Water Works Man." Final draft, original; 12 pages
" Shark Bonanza"
Box Folder
6 24
First draft, carbon, 9 pages, Late draft, mimeographed; 3 pages, Tearsheet from The Reader’s Digest, Related correspondence: 1 piece
1942
6 25
"Transients—The Bureau of Homeless Men." Five drafts; 1st-4th: carbon; 2-5 pages each. 5th:original; 6 pages
"Nomads of the New Deal"
Box Folder
6 26
Four drafts: 1st: original; 9 pages, 2nd: original; 13 pages, 3rd: original; 11 pages, 4th: original; 7 pages
1949
6 27
"Nomads of the New Deal." Notes and newspaper clippings
6 28
Transient Magazines (written by transients): 9 magazines plus loose papers
1935
6 29
Transients: Related Correspondence: 14 pieces
1935
6 30
"We Like Mexicans." Notes and background material.
"We Like Mexicans"
6 31
Early draft, original; 5 pages, Late drafts, 2, original; 8 pages each, Related correspondence: 19 pieces
1944-1946
6 32
"Weigand . . .He’s Oregon’s food Wizard." Tearsheet from The Oregonian
March 7, 1943
"What of the Marshallese?" As told by C.D. Morrison to Victoria Case.
Box Folder
6 33
Notes; 11 pages, 7 Versions; total of 41 pages, Related correspondence: 8 pieces
1945-1946
"Young Man With a Porpoise"
Box Folder
6 34
Late draft, original; 17 pages, Related correspondence: 2 pieces
1953
6 35
"Your Life is in the Hands of the Cook." Background material
"Your Life is in the Hands of the Cook"
Box Folder
6 36
Early draft, original; 5 pages, Second draft, original; 3 pages, Late draft, carbon; 5 pages, Final draft, original; 5 pages, Related correspondence: 7 pieces
1935, 1942
More Articles and Related Materials
Box Folder
6 37
"Miss Sayre and the Communists." Written by Victoria Case and Neva Sayre. 3 sample chapters, original; 25 pages.
6 38
Fragments and miscellanea: notes, pictures, news articles and manuscript fragments. Includes: "Crazy Over Horses." 10 pages, "Nuts to the Golden Years." 7 pages, "Old Spectacles." 5 pages
6 39
Newspaper feature stories by Victoria Case, 31 items
6 40
Newspaper clippings and miscellanea, 18 items
6 41
"This I Remember." Personal Pioneer Experiences compiled by Victoria Case
February 1972
"Polio" by Joy McPhillips
Box Folder
6 42
Two versions; 5 pages each, Outline and article; 7 pages, Diary; 16 pages
6 43
Collier’s Magazine. Contains article on Oregon, "Designs for Touring Out Where the West Ends." By Jim Marshall
April 24, 1948

CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Correspondence with Brandt and Brandt, 852 pieces
Box Folder
6 44
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1943-1945
6 45
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1948
6 46
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1949
6 47
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1950
6 48
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1951
6 49
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1952
6 50
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1953
6 51
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1954
6 52
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1955
6 53
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1956
6 54
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1957
6 55
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1958
6 56
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1959
6 57
Correspondence: Brandt and Brandt
1968
Correspondence: Other
Box Folder
6 58
Correspondence: other, Debra Getzschman, 2 pieces, Lois Kendall, diary form; 7 pages, Ellis Lucia, 1 piece
1968
6 58
Geneva Sayre, 1 piece, Southern Illinois University, 1 piece, Wilma, diary form; 21 pages
1971, 1954, 1946

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