John Fritzen papers, 1934-1967.

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Fritzen, John, 1897-. John Fritzen papers, 1934-1967.

John Fritzen papers, 1934-1967.

Articles, maps, and letters with data on portages, trails, explorations, fur trading posts, logging, and other aspects of the history of Jay Cooke State Park, Fond du Lac, the north shore of Lake Superior, and surrounding areas in northern Minnesota. Includes typed and photocopies.

1 folder (containing 10 items) and 2 maps.

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