War-time letters from friends in England and Australia sent to Mary L. Wheeler
Letters sent to American editor Mary L. Wheeler discussing women's war work during World War II and other topics.
- 1938-1947 and undated
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions on physical access to this material.
Extent.3 linear feet (1 box)
Letters to Wheeler from friends she met while spending a year in England (1926-1927). Includes discussion of living conditions in England and Australia and work done by women during World War II. Includes clippings.
Biographical / Historical
Wheeler was a Massachusetts editor of literary collections.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
*45M-357. Gift of Mary L. Wheeler, Lincoln, Massachuestts; 2 Otis Place, Boston, Massachusetts; and 11 Brimmer St., Boston, Massachusetts; received: 1946 May 18 and 1947 February 23.
See curatorial file for extensive notes by Mary L. Wheeler providing biographical information about these correspondents. Notes in this finding aid labeled: "Biographical note by Wheeler," were taken from Wheeler's original notes.
Processed by: Megan O'Shea.
- Wheeler, Mary L., recipient. War-time letters from friends in England and Australia sent to Mary L. Wheeler: Guide.
- Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
- Language of description
- Cataloging funded by the Francis P. Scully and Robert G. Scully Class of 1951 Fund.
- EAD ID
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