Nancy Lee Hall (1923- ) was born in Rochester, New York. She was a design craftsperson (1964), drama teacher in the San Diego
Unified Public Schools (1968) and a social worker at the Alcoholism Counseling and Education Center (1972). She also wrote
books, plays and poems. The collection consists of Nancy Hall's manuscripts, correspondence, published materials, notes, research
materials, photographs, clippings, cassette tapes, and videotapes.
Hall was born on June 6, 1923 in Rochester, New York; became a design craftsperson for Marine Engineering in 1964; drama teacher,
San Diego Unified Public Schools, 1968; social worker, Alcoholism Counseling and Education Center, 1972; wrote A True Story of a Drunken Mother (1974) and True Story of a Single Mother (1982); also wrote plays later produced, including The Freezer, Hut 64, The Room, Babes in Evil, Lost, and What Shall It Profit?
9 boxes (4.5 linear ft.)
1 carton (1 linear ft.)
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