Post records. 1866-1945.

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Post records., 1866-1945.

Post records. 1866-1945.

Minute books, descriptive books (registers of members), dues ledgers, other financial records, and sometimes correspondence, printed items, or other miscellany of Minnesota GAR posts.

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