Papers, 1890-1972.


Anderson, Donald Wells, 1900-. Papers, 1890-1972.

Papers, 1890-1972.

Correspondence of Donald Wells Anderson, a publisher of the Madison Wisconsin State Journal, together with occasional clippings, reports, and speeches.

5.6 c.f. (14 archives boxes)

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