Correspondence, 1949-1967

Extent:
1 box
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Arranged in chronological order. The first folder contains some biographical information on Sponer and her husband, James Franck.

Related Materials: although more of Sponer's letters can be found in the Research Files below, correspondence in the collection is almost entirely confined to the final twenty years of her life. For earlier correspondence about her career in Germany and her departure in the 1930s, see the Related Materials section of this finding aid for relevant collections in other archives (where she may be cited as either Hertha Franck or Hertha Sponer-Franck).

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