John B. Hutson papers, 1914-1962 1930-1951.

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Hutson, John B., b. 1890. John B. Hutson papers, 1914-1962 1930-1951.

John B. Hutson papers, 1914-1962 1930-1951.

This collection consists of correspondence, reports, articles and miscellaneous governmental ephemera belonging to Hutson, an agricultural marketing specialist for various private and public organizations throughout his career.

24 Boxes.

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United States. Agricultural Trade Commission (1954)

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