Organization records, 1928-1940.

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Organization records, 1928-1940.

Correspondence, minutes, resolutions, and miscellany of this federation of Ramsey County civic clubs, organized in 1932 to coordinate civic activities and promote citizen interest and action in local, state, and national affairs.

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