1 document box, 4 record storage boxes; 5.42 linear feet
Mirra Komarovsky (1905-1999) immigrated with her family at age 16 to Wichita, Kansas, following the 1917 Russian Revolution. Komarovsky entered Barnard as student in 1922, graduating with the class of 1926. After receiving her M.A. and Ph.D. from Columbia University, Komarovsky returned to Barnard as a part-time lecturer in 1937. She remained at Barnard as professor emerita until 1992. Her papers contain copies of published works, source materials, professional correspondence, newspaper clippings, and notes. In May 2010, the Archives inventoried the Mirra Komarovsky Papers.
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