Constance C. and Isaac Fisher papers, 1919-1956, 1970.


Constance C. and Isaac Fisher papers, 1919-1956, 1970.

Correspondence (1941, 1954, 1970), programs (undated and 1924, 1933, 1941), announcements (1926, 1941), agenda (Feb. 17, 1941), minutes (June 19, 1953), vita, speech notes, and miscellaneous printed matter related to this African-American scholar who retired in St. Paul (Minn.) and his daughter, a social worker with Family Service in St. Paul.

1 folder, and 1 oversize folder, unboxed.

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