Diane Hebert papers: 1950-2009 (bulk 1970-2000)
Diane Hebert papers
8 linear feet
Diane Hebert is an environmentalist and environmental activist living in Midland, Michigan. Since the 1970s, Hebert has been investigating the emissions produced by the Dow Chemical Company and the dangers of human exposure to a group of chemicals called dioxins. The Diane Hebert papers include correspondence, meeting agenda and notes, and research material related to Hebert's involvement in environmental activism, as well as various publications and reports related to Dow, and the link between health and the environment.
2017033 Aa 2
The material is in English
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