Letters received, 1961.


Cannon, Mark W. Letters received, 1961.

Letters received, 1961.

Typewritten and signed letters from members of the United States Senate and House of Representatives. The congressmen respond to Cannon's request for copies of their newsletters.

4 items (4 pages).

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