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|Size||3.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 1000 items)|
|Abstract||Morton I. Teicher was a white social work educator. He was also one of the founders and a president of the Thomas Wolfe Society. The collection consists of scrapbooks with clippings and pamphlets about Thomas Wolfe, the Wolfe home, the Wolfe family, and books by or about Wolfe. There is also correspondence with several active and longtime members of the Wolfe Society, as well as scholarly articles about Thomas Wolfe.|
|Creator||Teicher, Morton I.|
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Morton I. Teicher was a white social work educator. He was also one of the founders and a president of the Thomas Wolfe Society.Back to Top
The Morton I. Teicher Papers consist of scrapbooks with clippings and pamphlets about Thomas Wolfe, the Wolfe home, the Wolfe family, and books by or about Wolfe. There is also correspondence with several active and longtime members of the Thomas Wolfe Society, as well as scholarly articles about Thomas Wolfe.Back to Top
Arrangement: as received.
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Processed by: Nancy Kaiser, John Blythe, and Kate Trathen, January 2020
Encoded by: Nancy Kaiser, January 2020
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