William H. McNitt papers 1968-1976

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William H. McNitt papers, 1968-1976

William H. McNitt papers 1968-1976

Ann Arbor, Michigan, archivist; collected materials relating to local Democratic Party politics; student papers; and photographs.

5 linear feet

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