American Friends of Spanish Democracy records, 1935-1939.

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American Friends of Spanish Democracy. American Friends of Spanish Democracy records, 1935-1939.

American Friends of Spanish Democracy records, 1935-1939.

Collection consists of correspondence, publicity files and printed matter relating to the American Friends of Spanish Democracy.

3.2 linear feet (8 boxes)

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