Fort Clatsop National Monument Papers 1900-1974 1953-1963

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Fort Clatsop National Monument Papers, 1900-1974, 1953-1963

Fort Clatsop National Monument Papers 1900-1974 1953-1963

The collection includes letters, telegrams and other correspondence and materials relating to the establishment of the Fort Clatsop National Monument.

.5 cubic feet (1 document case)

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