Corporate records, 1936-1988.


Corporate records, 1936-1988.

The corporate records of the NFTC consist of three series of documents dealing with the annual members' meetings and the monthly meetings of the board of directors.

23.5 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 6814180

Hagley Museum & Library

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