Elizabeth Jamison Hodges Papers, circa 1960-1999
- circa 1960-1999
- Hodges, Elizabeth Jamison (Author, Person)
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5.8 (does not include galley proofs) Linear feet
4.8 (does not include galley proofs) Cubic Feet
12 boxes (9 Hollinger boxes, 1 legal Hollinger box, and 2 oversize boxes)
1 Photographic Prints
Sources: The New York Times,"Review: Three Princes of Serendip", May 24, 1964.
The New York Times, "W.L. Hodges is dead; Electrical Engineer", August 30, 1934.
"The Indian Subcontinent in Literature for Children and Young Adults: An Annotated Bibliography of English-language Books", edited by Meena Khorana, (North Carolina: Greenwood Press, 1991), 291.
Organization of Collection
Series 1: Published Works
Series 2: Unpublished Manuscripts
Series 3: Audio and Visual Materials
Material is grouped alphabetically within series.
- Elizabeth Jamison Hodges Papers, 1908-1999
- Finding Aid written Patsy Baudoin in January 2009, partially rewritten by Christine Di Bella in June 2015, and Moira Mackay under the supervision of Alyssa Pacy (EAD author February 2017).
- January 2009, June 2015, and February 2017.
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