Frank G. Millard Papers, 1904-1976

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Frank G. Millard Papers, 1904-1976

Republican attorney general of Michigan, 1951-1954, general counsel of the Department of the Army. World War I letters, papers detailing work as chairman of the committee on emerging problems of the Michigan Constitutional Convention; miscellaneous genealogical material, and diaries and memoranda books; scrapbooks concerning political career, especially his service as state attorney general; and photographs.

4 linear ft. (6 boxes), 7 outsize volumes, and 1 phonorecord.

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Summerfield, Arthur E. (Arthur Ellsworth), 1899-1972

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Millard, Frank G. (Frank Gurnee), 1897-1976.

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Republican attorney general of Michigan, 1951-1954, general counsel of the Department of the Army. From the description of Frank G. Millard papers, 1904-1976. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34423152 Frank Gurnee Millard was born March 1, 1897 in Corunna, Michigan. He received his primary and high school education in Corunna. Subsequently he attended the University of Michigan, from which he received a bachelor's degree in 1914 and a law degree in ...