Elizabeth Bradley Heffelfinger scrapbooks and related papers. 1931-1976.

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Elizabeth Bradley Heffelfinger scrapbooks and related papers., 1931-1976.

Elizabeth Bradley Heffelfinger scrapbooks and related papers. 1931-1976.

Scrapbook material of Elizabeth BradleyHeffelfinger, Republican National Committeewoman, 1948-1960, documenting her political work andpublic life as well as the home front war work of the Women's Activities Division of the MinneapolisCivilian Defense Council, 1942-1946.

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