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This biography of Lena C. Clauve (pronounced "clove" as in the spice) was initiated as a segment of a project suggested by Betty Kelley, a close personal friend and colleague at APS, who is interested in history and research of all types. The initial idea was to interview retired women who had been in the work world during a time when most women stayed in the home, raising children. The project was designed to research the reasons for their working outside the home, and the influences in their lives that brought it about.
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Hinton, Betty Huning. "UNM's First Dean of Women: Lena C. Clauve." (1989). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/archives_documents/3