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1.25 linear feet ((3 file boxes) plus 1 folio folder)
Divver was also a member of the Boston Citizens Traffic Safety Committee (1958), the Boston City Planning Board (1956), director of the Boston Chapter of the American Red Cross (1958), director/chairman of the Public Relations Committee on Women in the Services (1954-1958). She was on the advisory board of the Simmons College School of Business; a member of the Advertising Federation of America, and a director, 1956-1957; and a member of the Advertising Club of Boston and director, 1944-1945. From 1956 to 1960 she was a member of the Examining Committee of the Boston Public Library. Divver was chosen as the Advertising Woman of the Year by the Advertising Federation of America and the Boston Business Woman of the Year by the Boston Business and Professional Women's Club, both in 1953.
Divver never married. She had five brothers and two sisters.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
This collection was given to the Schlesinger Library by Margaret Divver's nephew, William G. Faucher, Jr., in February 1982.
- Box 1: 1-7
- Box 2: 8-13
- Box 3: 14-28v
By: Christine C. Marshall
- Divver, Margaret, 1902-1982. Papers of Margaret Divver, 1943-1977: A Finding Aid
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