PAMELA MELCHER PAPERS, 1939-1945
Credit: Center for Migration Studies of New York

PAMELA MELCHER PAPERS, 1939-1945

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Pamela Melcher was a painter born in New York City April 14, 1927. She was the daughter of John Stevens Melcher, Jr., and Betsy Flagg Melcher and the grandaughter of architect Ernest Flagg and Margaret Elizabeth Bonnell Flagg from her mother’s side. CMS 101 is composed of newspapers clippings, correspondence, diaries, poems, and photographs from 1939-1945, when Pamela Melcher was in her adolescence and spending time the estate of her maternal grandfather, Ernest Flagg, at 209 Flagg Place, Staten Island, New York. The building became a seminary for Society of Saint Charles-Scalabrinians and a temporary home for the Center for Migration Studies.

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Collection Title Pamela Melcher Papers, 1939-1945
Call Number CMS 101
Extent .5 linear feet in one manuscript box

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