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Rosalind Miller papers, 1944-1994

Series I: Rosalind S. Miller Papers, 1944-1994

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Box 1 Scrapbook, 1944-1994

(This scrapbook contains correspondence, clippings, and telegrams related to Miller's experience writing her masters essay on Gertrude Stein and expanding if for publication. It documents her attempts to contact Stein in order to gain access to the Stein's papers at Yale and follows her correspondence regarding the publication of her bookGertrude Stein: From and Intelligibility. The scrapbook includes correspondence on the topic from Carl Van Vechten, Lionel Trilling, Thornton Wilder, Alice B. Toklas, and Gertrude Stein.)

Box 1 Columbia University School of Social Work Material, 1971-1985

(This file includes a small number of reports related to Miller's work as a professor at the School of Social Work, including a report on the establishment of a joint degree program between the School of Social Work and the School of Public Health)