C. Girard Davidson papers, 1934-1980.

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Davidson, C. Girard (Crowe Girard), 1910-. C. Girard Davidson papers, 1934-1980.

C. Girard Davidson papers, 1934-1980.

Documents the government projects, litigation, and business ventures in which Davidson was involved, and also includes daily diaries, correspondence, speeches, general subject files, and audio-visual material.

105 lin. ft. (70 boxes)

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