Records, 1895-1990 (bulk 1930-1976).


Records, 1895-1990 (bulk 1930-1976).

The National Associatoin of Manufacturers records span the period between 1895 and 1990 and decribe the entire span of its programs and activities.

Mss. 1,150 linear ft.Microfilm 11 reels.


SNAC Resource ID: 6688147

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