Aime J. Forand papers Forand (Aime J.) papers 1918-1972

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Aime J. Forand papers Forand (Aime J.) papers 1918-1972

The papers of Congressman Aime J. Forand, United States House of Representatives from the Rhode Island delegation, contains his private and congressional correspondence, awards, election material, photographs, and scrapbooks.

10.75 linear feet

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