Arthur Arlett papers, 1912-1921.


Arlett, Arthur M. Arthur Arlett papers, 1912-1921.

Arthur Arlett papers, 1912-1921.

Letters, subject files, speeches and clippings, relating mainly to his activities connected with the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, California Board of State Harbor Commissioners, Progressive Party, prohibition, and Plymouth Congregational Church, Oakland, California.

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