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Finding Aid for the Frances Fay Brunstein Levine Papers, 1937-1968 1998.04.r
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The Frances Fay Brunstein Papers consist of personal papers of Frances Fay Brunstein Levine who traveled extensively as an economist for the United States government in the 1950's. The papers include Frances' own writings and correspondence, travel brochures from her travel in Asia and elsewhere, an extensive collection of propaganda from Asian nations, Latin American nations, and the United States.
Frances Fay Brunstein was born on August 26, 1918 in Los Angeles, California. She attended Los Angeles City College and received her B.A. in Political Science with an emphasis on International Relations from UCLA in 1938. She continued her education at UC-Berkeley, getting an M.A. in Political Science (International Relations) in 1939 and attending one year of Law School during 1939-1940. She was a member of Pi Kappa Delta, a national honorary fraternity for students interested in speech and debate, and Phi Rho Pi, a national honor society for speech competitors in two year colleges.
6.36 Linear feet (17 boxes)
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