Frank W. Matson papers, 1904-1949.

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Matson, Frank William, 1874-1949. Frank W. Matson papers, 1904-1949.

Frank W. Matson papers, 1904-1949.

Correspondence, clippings, speeches, certificates, and memorabilia of Matson, a St. Paul (Minn.) city official (1910s-1920s) and member of the Minnesota Railroad and Warehouse Commission (1923-1936, 1938-1949). They relate largely to his membership or participation in Masonic lodges in St. Paul and elsewhere (1904-1949), the Reserve Officers Association and other military organizations (1920-ca. 1940), the Minnesota Safety Council (1928-1946), the Lincoln Republican Club of St. Paul (1935-1936), and the St. Paul Winter Carnival (1937-1941).

1.75 cu. ft. (4 boxes and 10 oversize items)

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