Charles A. Hardin papers, 1907-1939 1919-1920 (bulk dates).


Charles A. Hardin papers, 1907-1939 1919-1920 (bulk dates).

This collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings and miscellaneous items pertaining to the career of Charles A Hardin, a Kentucky judge and politician. Also included are political broadsides, programs, panphlets, a mortgage agreement, pages from a logbook and a photograph of an unidentified sailor.

.2 cubic feet.


SNAC Resource ID: 6907276

University of Kentucky Libraries

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