David J. Winton papers. 1929-1973.


David J. Winton papers. 1929-1973.

Correspondence, financial records, minutes, reports,clippings, photographs, printed materials, and related papers (mainly 1950-1973)concerning the personal interests and activities of Winton, a Minneapolis(Minnesota) businessman and head of the Winton Lumber Company and its affiliates andsubsidiaries.


SNAC Resource ID: 6646706

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