Frederick Hale Papers 1917-1940

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Frederick Hale Papers, 1917-1940

Frederick Hale Papers 1917-1940

Papers of the Legislator. U.S. Senator from Maine, 1917-1941. Correspondence relating to Hale's term in the Senate, and published items.

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