Tom McCall Forum Collection 1982-2007

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Tom McCall Forum Collection 1982-2007

The Tom McCall Forum was an annual political debate series that Pacific University hosted from 1982-2007. The collection includes video recordings, promotional material and photographs documenting the debates.

3.5 cubic feet; 4 boxes and 1 oversize folder

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