George Bliss Agnew papers, 1882-1925.

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Agnew, George Bliss, 1868-1941. George Bliss Agnew papers, 1882-1925.

George Bliss Agnew papers, 1882-1925.

Collection consists of Agnew's personal and political papers.

3.25 linear feet (6 boxes, 1 package)

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