Margot S. Freudenberg scrapbooks, 1964-2000 (photocopies)
The scrapbooks contain clippings, articles, and photographs of Mrs. Freudenberg from regional and local newspapers. The materials pertain to her work in cancer research and prevention as well as her creation of a program to give medical aid in different languages. The scrapbooks also contain information on awards and ceremonies given to or for Mrs. Freudenberg for her work. Also included are letters of recognition given to Mrs. Freudenberg by various individuals and organizations. All materials in the collection are photocopies of originals.
- Freudenberg, Margot Strauss, 1907-2013 (Compiler, Person)
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Materials in English.
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Margot Strauss Freudenberg was born in Hanover, Germany. She first emigrated to Great Britain and later to Charleston, South Carolina, on April 26, 1940.
1.0 linear feet (1 box)
- Margot S. Freudenberg Scrapbooks, 1964-2000 (Photocopies), 2000
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