Irene Paull papers. 1934-1981.

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Irene Paull papers., 1934-1981.

Irene Paull papers. 1934-1981.

Photocopied correspondence (1964-1966, 1972-1977, 1980?),literary notebooks (1958-1975), published works (1937-1981), typescripts of prose,poetry, and acting skits by Minnesota-born writer and political activist IrenePaull; her compiled collections of material on progressive politics and labormovements in Minnesota (undated and 1907-1959); and memorials or condolences for William Heikkila(1959-1960), Martin Mackie (1967), and Irene Paull (1981).

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