Philip A. Stanton Papers 1907-1929


Philip A. Stanton Papers, 1907-1929

Philip A. Stanton Papers 1907-1929

The collection consists of papers related to the political, business and personal life of Philip A. Stanton. The papers span the years from 1909 to 1929. Grouped into folders by document type, the folders are in alphabetical order and files within every folder are arranged chronologically, except for political correspondence. The majority of the collection concerns Philip Stanton’s political relationships, ambitions, and positions.

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