John Mandt Nelson papers

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Nelson, John Mandt, 1870-1955. John Mandt Nelson papers, 1897-1977.

John Mandt Nelson papers

1897-1977

Papers of John Mandt Nelson, a former Progressive Republican congressman (1906-1919 and 1921-1933), consisting of constituent and personal correspondence (mainly 1928-1932); speeches and writings concerning religion, the Philippines, and political topics; minutes, notes, and material gathered on the House Rules Committee as part of the Insurgent revolt of 1908-1910; a lengthy biography by his daughter Grace Nelson; and other miscellaneous and biographical material.

4.8 cubic feet (12 archives boxes), 0.3 cubic feet of photographs (1 archives box and 1 folder), and 1 poster (1 oversize folder)

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