Papers, 1893-1970, (bulk 1926-1969).

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Crane, Jasper, 1881-1969. Papers, 1893-1970, (bulk 1926-1969).

Papers, 1893-1970, (bulk 1926-1969).

Jasper Crane's personal papers are primarily concerned with his political activities (his business correspondence is in the records of E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.).

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