Papers. 1900-1970.


Jones, Charles Aubrey, 1885-1974. Papers.

Papers. 1900-1970.

Journalist and secretary to U.S. Senator Frank B. Willis of Ohio and Ohio Governor Myers Y. Cooper. Correspondence, reports, notes, speeches, programs, and pamphlets, relating to Ohio Wesleyan University, Methodist Church, Columbus Kiwanis Club, Columbus Torch Club, Boy Scouts of America, Sons of the American Revolution, United Services Organization during World War II, Columbus Community Fund, Columbus Riverside and White Cross Hospitals, Columbus Board of Health, Jones family genealogy, Republican Party politics, and Jones' duties as secretary to Willis and Cooper.

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