Harry M. Wheelock and family papers, 1895-1936.


Harry M. Wheelock and family papers, 1895-1936.

Letters to Wheelock from friends and political leaders, relating primarily to his Fergus Falls (Minn.) Tribune, and letters from book dealers to Alice Josephine Wheelock's bookstore in Fergus Falls. Many of the letters from political figures express appreciation for Wheelock's support in the Tribune, or explain their political stands.

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SNAC Resource ID: 6688815

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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