James Hartzell was an official of the UCLA Extension Writers' Program. The collection consists of correspondence, press releases
and pamphlets related to the one-day symposium
Considering Gertrude Stein: the Importance of Her Writing and
Her Influence on Literature and Art, and photographs of the placing of a memorial plaque at Bilignin, France, the summer home of Gertrude Stein and Alice B.
Hartzell was an official of the UCLA Extension Writers' Program, which sponsored the Stein plaque project, along with the
UCLA Library and the UCLA Center for the Study of Women.
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
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