Michael J. Kopetski papers 1976-1995 1988-1995


Michael J. Kopetski papers 1976-1995 1988-1995

The Michael J. Kopetski papers consist of papers generated and received by the office of Congressman Michael J. Kopetski during his two terms in the United States House of Representatives representing the Fifth District of the state of Oregon. Additional materials include papers generated and received by the office of Congressman Michael J. Kopetski during his two terms in the Oregon State Legislature.

51 linear feet; 51 boxes


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