Battina Stern Papers
Madeleine Battina Stern
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So Much in a Lifetime: the story of Dr. Isabel Barrows, 1964
Madeleine Bettina Stern was born July 1, 1912, in New York, NY. She
became a high school English teacher, an author, and a partner in a rare book
store. Most of her writing is for adults; she specializes in nineteenth-century
Americana. She is especially drawn to feminist biographies and publishing
history, and enjoys literary and biographical detective work. Only two of her
books were directed specifically at juvenile audiences, and both of those were
based upon adult books she had written. Biographical Source: Something About
the Author, vol. 14
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So Much in a Lifetime: the story of Dr. Isabel Barrows
Note New York: Messner, 1964
(1 p.) Box MF733