Roy E. Dunn papers, 1927-1966.

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Dunn, Roy E., 1886-1985. Roy E. Dunn papers, 1927-1966.

Roy E. Dunn papers, 1927-1966.

Legislative, political, and business files of Dunn, a long-time (1925-1966) Minnesota state representative from Otter Tail County who held several legislative and Republican Party leadership positions.

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