For related information consult the following: Jean Anne Waterstradt, ed. They Gladly Taught. Ten BYU Professors , Vol. 3, Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University and the Emeritus Club, 1988, pp. 109-27, "Charles E. Maw."; the faculty biographical files for Margaret Petersen Maw and Charles Edward Maw in the Brigham Young University Archives; all items described in the card catalog and the computer catalog under both those two names, including a family history, a microfilmed scrapbook, and published books; all items described in the card and computer catalogs under Jean Maw Woodman, Carrick & Evans, Inc., Phyllis McGinley, and any other names mentioned in this register; MSS 830, the Margaret Petersen Maw Papers, for which and inventory exists; and MSS 1544, the Ruth Partridge Papers and MSS 429, the Frank C. Robertson Papers, for both of which a finding aid is available.
There are no restrictions no the use of this collection for scholarly research. The copyright to the collection is held by Jean Maw Woodman and her publishers. At Jean Maw Woodman's death, all her copyright is to pass intact to her daughter, Mrs. Sarah Jean Stopford. It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the copyright holder prior to publishing any item in this collection in its entirety. The donor stipulated that "any publication of these materials must first be cleared with Jean M. Woodman or her decendants. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.Permission to publish material from The Jean Maw Woodman Papers must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Board of Curators.