Charles William Stickney papers, 1935-1990.


Charles William Stickney papers, 1935-1990.

Biographical data, correspondence (1935-1977), clippings (1938-1990), speeches (1937-1960), reports, photographs, and related materials documenting the career of a Minnesota farmer and U.S. Department of Agriculture official. The papers especially document his work as chairman of the Minnesota Agricultural Adjustment Administration Committee (1938-1952) and on the USDA's Production and Marketing Administration.

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