William B. Mershon Papers 1848-1943


William B. Mershon Papers 1848-1943

Saginaw, Michigan, lumberman and businessman, and Michigan State Tax Commissioner, 1912 and wildlife conservationist and sportsman. Papers include extensive correspondence files, business records and photographs.

46.5 linear ft., 1 oversized folder and 14 reels of microfilm.



SNAC Resource ID: 6389225

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