Earl C. Bolton papers, 1960-1966.


Earl C. Bolton papers, 1960-1966.

Correspondence, memoranda and reports relating to his activities as chairman of the Subcommittee on Mental Health Information and Education of the Governor's Advisory Committee on Mental Health. Include letters from Glenn M. Anderson, Daniel Blain, Edmund G. Brown, Lawrence T. Cooper, Ernest A. Engelbert, Harold M. Erickson, Ann W. Haynes, Portia Bell Hume, Daniel Lieberman, James V. Lowry, Wayne McMillen, Earl Raab, Phillip Sirotkin, Gertrude Wilson and George Kirker Wyman.

1 box (.5 linear ft.).


SNAC Resource ID: 6718839

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