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Smith, Martha Nell, Ellen Louise Hart, Lara Vetter, and Marta Werner, General Editors. "About the Archives," Dickinson Electronic Archives. Online. Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH), University of Virginia. Available: /about_the_site.html. date of accession [e.g., 1 January 2000].
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