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Linder (Doris H.) papers
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Doris H. Linder (1925-2008) was a writer, historian and educator with primary interests in women's rights, family planning, labor, public policy, international relations, the United Nations, Scandinavia and Swedish-American immigration history. Her collection includes research and teaching files and notes, drafts and correspondence related to her published research, travel and country files, family and personal correspondence and ephemera, slides, and published material.
Doris Helen Linder (1925-2008) was born in Columbia, South Dakota to Swedish immigrants Hilda and Arvid Justus Linder. Linder studied history at Stanford University, where she received a BA in 1946 and an MA in 1949. She received a Ph.D. in History from the University of Minnesota in 1961.
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