Bert Lord papers, 1902-1939.

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Bert Lord papers, 1902-1939.

Bert Lord papers, 1902-1939.

Political business, and personal papers consisting mainly of correspondence, but also including scrapbooks, loose newspaper clippings, pamphlets and other printed or mimeographed material, copies of speeches, legal documents, and accounts.

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