Edward N. Hartwick Papers, 1898-1978 1940-1960

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Edward N. Hartwick Papers, 1898-1978, 1940-1960

Edward N. Hartwick Papers, 1898-1978 1940-1960

President of the Wayne County Republican Precinct Organization and member of the 14th Congressional District Republican Committee; files relating to political activities; also photographs, motion pictures, and sound recordings.

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