Papers, 1973-1992.


Heckert, Richard Edwin, 1924-2010. Papers, 1973-1992.

Papers, 1973-1992.

The records consist of Heckert's "personal" business files, most of which were generated by his membership on the boards of business and non-profit organizations.

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