Frank A. Carle papers. 1884-1927.

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Frank A. Carle papers., 1884-1927.

Frank A. Carle papers. 1884-1927.

The collection documents Carle's career as a journalist inIndianapolis, St. Paul, Portland (Ore.), and Minneapolis; his acquaintances withmany prominent politicians, journalists, and artists; his attendance at nationalpolitical conventions beginning in 1876; his European and other foreign travels(1911-1913); his philosophy of life; and his reactions to the many events of hislifetime.

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