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Eunice Blake Bohanon (1904-February 16, 1997) spent several years living in New York and New Hampshire. During her career she was a representative for both Franklin Books and the Department of State, encouraging the development of children's literature and book publishing in foreign countries.
This collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, tearsheets, and miscellaneous items such as invitations, itinerary, travel brochures, clippings, and leaflets from Bohanon's travels in India, Pakistan, Israel and Italy.
The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, diary, and articles about Ms. Bohanon, as well as other miscellaneous items from Bohanon's travels in the Philippines from September to December 1964. Also included are correspondence, a report, diary, and miscellaneous items from Bohanon's travels in Nigeria in April 1965. The collection includes a diary and miscellaneous items from Bohanon's travels in Zambia, Tanzania and Kenya in March 1966.
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[Identification of item], Eunice Blake Bohanon Papers, Ax 342, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.
|1||1||Correspondence: outgoing||February 1964-April 1964|
|1||2||Article: untitled, typed, carbon, final draft author note, "For some Indian magazine." 4 p.|
|1||2||Article: tearsheet. "American Specialist Abroad," The Hour Book. p. 642-645||December 1964|
|1||4||Report: Report on Eunice Blake Bohanon's trip to India, Pakistan, Israel, typed, carbon. 8 pages.||February 17, 1964-April 16, 1964|
|1||5||Invitations, itinerary, travel brochures, clippings, leaflet|
|1||6||Correspondence: outgoing: Elizabeth Ripley||September 30, 1964-December 16, 1964|
|1||7||Article: Untitled, typed carbon, final draft author note, Chicago Tribune (?) 7 pages|
|1||7||Report: Report on American specialist grant Philippines. Official report sent to U.S. Dept. of State, typed carbon. 4 pages||October 3, 1964-December 15, 1964|
|1||8||Diary, holograph; Trip to Philippines||October 3, 1964-December 18, 1964|
|1||9||Memorabilia: photo, articles, pamphlets, programs|
|1||10||Miscellaneous: invitations, clippings, itineraries, travel, folders, photos, prints, leaflets, articles about Ms. Bohanon|
|1||10||U.S. editor boosts cause of R.P book publishing. The Booklover's Bulletin. v. 8, no. 1.||1965|
|1||10||The World Every Child Should Discover, by Maria Cristina Pantoja. Weekly Graphic||October 21, 1964|
|1||11||Correspondence: Incoming: Undated 1/1 related|
|1||12||Report: Writers' Workshop. Ibadan, Children's book section, typed, carbon 3 pages||1965|
|1||12||Diary: holograph||April 14, 1965-April 27, 1965|
|1||13||Report: A book development project in Nigeria. By USIA for International Development||1964-1968|
|1||13||Reports and texts of speeches given by other members of the conference. 68 pages||1964-1968|
|1||13||Timetable, list of participants, prospectus, descriptive pamphlet, leaflet||1964-1968|
|1||14||Memorabilia: pamphlets, schedule, photographs|
|1||15||Diary, partial, holograph||February 21, 1965-March 3, 1965|
|1||15||A book development program for Kenya, report and recommendations. Prepared by Franklin Book Programs Inc., for the USIA for International Development||May 15, 1966|