The F. Marguerite Jacobs-Pauwels papers provide a record of the life and career of a Belgian woman active in public service
and charitable work in her native country over a period of 50 years. These activities included caring for orphaned children
and wounded soldiers during and after World War I, and heading a campaign after World War II for the recognition of Belgian
army veterans and resistance fighters.
12 manuscript boxes
(4.8 linear feet)
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Collection is open for research.