Charles Noah Orr papers, [undated] and 1896-1949.


Orr, Charles Noah, 1877-1949. Charles Noah Orr papers, [undated] and 1896-1949.

Charles Noah Orr papers, [undated] and 1896-1949.

Speeches, correspondence, clippings, certificates, and other papers documenting Orr's career as a Republican state senator from St. Paul, Minn. (1915-1949) and an active Mason and Knight Templar (1908-1949).

1.0 cu. ft. (2 boxes), 18 oversize items, and 1 reserve item.

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