Jennifer Finney Boylan's archived web site: http://jenniferboylan.net/, 2018-ongoing Digital
Language of Materials
Materials in English.
Access. Most of the collection is open for research.
Folders #1.8-1.9, 7.1-7.7 are closed during Jennifer Finney Boylan's lifetime and will be open upon her death, as specified in the agreement between Jennifer Finney Boylan and the Schlesinger Library.
An appointment is required for access to audiovisual material.
Extent4.59 linear feet ((11 file boxes) plus 3 folio+ folders, 3 photograph folders, 9 audiotapes, 1 archived web site)
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