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Guide to the Aurelia Henry Reinhardt Papers, 1877-1948
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The archive consists of eight series: Series I. Personal and Family Papers, 1824-1948; Series II. Office of the President Files, 1916-1943; Series III. Rosalind Keep files, 1916-1948; Series IV. American Association of University Women, 1919-1932; Series V. Writings of Aurelia Henry Reinhardt, 1905-1947; Series VI. George Hedley Collection, 1802-1958 (bulk 1956-1958); Series VII. Newspaper Clippings, 1914-1948; Series VIII. Photographs.
Aurelia Henry Reinhardt, educator and social activist, was born in San Francisco in1877. Her career began in California and she never strayed far from her native soil nor lost what many came to refer to as her characteristic Western qualities: energy, expansiveness, and an intrepid vision worthy of her role as a latter-day pioneer.
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