John M. Musser and family papers. 1918-1991.


John M. Musser and family papers. 1918-1991.

Correspondence, estate files, business files, community affairs files, travelfiles, diaries, biographical and genealogical materials documenting the career andfamily life of a Weyerhaeuser corporate executive and St. Paul (Minn.) communityleader.


SNAC Resource ID: 6646701

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