Correspondence and miscellany, 1933-1943 (bulk 1938-1943).


Minnesota. Governor (1939-1943 : Stassen). Correspondence and miscellany, 1933-1943 (bulk 1938-1943).

Correspondence and miscellany, 1933-1943 (bulk 1938-1943).

Personal correspondence, handwritten notes, speeches, press releases and clippings, and state employment correspondence and telephone logs that cover both Stassen's routine work as governor and the political (and often) informal process of hiring and firing of state employees that accompanies a change of administration, especially when there is also a change in political party.

0.8 cu. ft. (1 partial box).

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