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Copying. Diaries may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
.21 linear feet (1/2 file box)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The diaries of Muriel Violet d'Arcy were given to the Schlesinger Library in March 1993 by Eileen Sirna, through the kind offices of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Sirna was a neighbor of Margery D'Arcy Keller, daughter of Muriel Violet d'Arcy, at the time of Keller's death.
By: Jacalyn Blume
- d'Arcy, Muriel Violet, 1878-1974. Diaries of Muriel Violet d'Arcy, 1902-1909: A Finding Aid
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