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Statland, Suzanne (1990)



  • Existence: 1990


Suzanne Statland lived most of her life in the Kansas City area. She graduated from Vassar College with a Bachelor’s degree in English literature and earned her Master’s degree in history from Harvard University-Radcliffe College and the University of Kansas. Statland volunteered at Kansas City’s Human Relations Department and was involved in several Kansas City area historical, social and educational groups, including the Friends of the UMKC Library, where she was a co-founder and past president; Historic Kansas City Foundation, Landmarks Commission, and the Kansas City Arts Commission. Statland was a practicing psychotherapist for fifteen years prior to her death from cancer in 1990.

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Suzanne Statland Collection

Identifier: MS-0137
Scope and Contents The Suzanne Statland Collection in Holocaust Studies was created in 1991 when Dr. Harry Statland established an endowment in honor of his late wife, a researcher and collector on the subject. Focusing on the rise and reign of Nazism and the ensuing Holocaust, the collection consists of published and manuscript material such as books, periodicals, pamphlets, diaries, correspondence, photographs, news clippings, reports, interviews and oral histories, and propaganda and miscellaneous items....
Dates: 1873 - 1987