William B. Mitchell and family papers, 1806-1935.


William B. Mitchell and family papers, 1806-1935.

Correspondence, clippings, land records, and other papers documenting the activities of Mitchell, editor of the St. Cloud (Minn.) Journal-Press, and members of his family.

2.25 cu. ft. (6 boxes and 8 oversize items)


SNAC Resource ID: 6694321

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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