Records of the Fishermen's Wives of Gloucester (Association) (inclusive), (bulk) 1950-2009 1977-2004


Records of the Fishermen's Wives of Gloucester (Association), (inclusive), (bulk), 1950-2009, 1977-2004

Records of the Fishermen's Wives of Gloucester (Association) (inclusive), (bulk) 1950-2009 1977-2004

Records of the Fishermen's Wives of Gloucester (Association), activists for the New England fishing industry, fishermen, and their families.

26.27 linear ft.; (63 file boxes) plus 1 folio folder, 2 folio+ folders, 1 oversize folder, 18 photograph folders, 94 audiotapes, 1 compact disc, 8 videotapes, 10 objects, electronic records

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