Alice Cecilia Cooper (1878-1960) was the supervisor of English for the Oakland Public Schools in Oakland, California. She
also taught in Los Angeles schools, San Francisco City College, University of California at Berkeley, and Stanford. The collection
consists of Cooper's correspondence with various American and English authors, poets, educators.
Alice Cecilia Cooper born in Walkerton, Canada in 1878; moved to Los Angeles in 1887; received Ph.D. from Stanford; was supervisor
of English for the Oakland Public Schools in Oakland, California; in the course of her career, she taught in Los Angeles schools,
at San Francisco City College, University of California at Berkeley, and Stanford; published poetry and was author-editor
of textbooks and literary anthologies used in schools and universities; died in Los Angeles on June 13, 1960.
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