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12,000 pieces, 6.00 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of the papers of Myra Potter Bregger (1905-2001), community leader and social activist, and includes personal correspondence and papers spanning over sixty years. Also included are records from various organizations with which Mrs. Bregger worked, such as UNICEF, American Association of University Women, and the South Carolina Citizens Committee on Children and Youth. Especially interesting in this collection are letters written during the Great Depression and during World War II, as well as records kept by Mrs. Bregger on her Children and Nutrition Tour in 1965.
The papers of Myra P. Bregger were deposited with the Archives on November 7, 1991 by Myra P. Bregger.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Myra Potter Bregger Papers - Accession 763". Finding Aid 1276.