Jacqueline Bernard Papers,
1 box (1.0 cubic
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The collections consists
of production material for a single title written by Jacqueline Bernard, and
includes typescripts, a galley proof, correspondence and notes.
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Jacqueline Bernard papers, Children's Literature Research Collection,
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Jacqueline Bernard was born on May 25, 1921 in Le Bourget du Lac,
Savoie, France. She attended Vassar College (1939-1941) and the University of
Chicago (1941-1942). Bernard was a reporter, advertising copywriter, social
activist and writer of books for children. She wrote two books for young
adults: Voices from the Southwest (1972) and
Journey Toward Freedom: The Story of Sojourner
Truth (1967), which was a Horn Book Honor Book and an ALA Notable book.
Jacqueline Bernard died in New York City in 1983.
Biographical Source: Something About the Author, v. 8, p. 11, v. 45,
Collection Scope and Content Note
The collections consists of production material for a single title,
Journey Toward Freedom; The Story of Sojourner
Truth , and includes typescripts, a galley proof, correspondence and
The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women
in America at Harvard University holds a collection of Jacqueline Bernard's
Journey Toward Freedom; The Story of
Sojourner Truth, 1967
Corrected Typescript undated Box 1, Folder 1-3
Corrected Carbon Typescript undated Box 1, Folder 4-12
Corrected Galley Proof undated Box 1, Folder 13
Correspondence 1962-1967 Box 1, Folder 14-15
Notes undated Box 1, Folder 16
Notes on index cards undated Box 1, Folder 17-19