Mary Coulling Papers
Scope and Contents
This collection contains primarily the materials gathered by Mary Price Coulling while doing research for her books The Lee girls (1987) and Margaret Junkin Preston (1993), including photocopies of Lee, Custis, Junkin and Preston family letters, scrapbooks, notebooks, genealogies, photographs and articles, as well as copies and critiques of Margaret Junkin Preston's poetry. It also includes notecards, articles and speeches by Coulling relating to her books.
- Creation: Inclusive 1806-1997
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Gift of Mary P. Coulling in 1999.
- A Guide to the Mary Coulling Papers, 1806-1997
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