Papers, 1930-1984.


Papers, 1930-1984.

Series I: Correspondence, 1940-1984; Series II: Subject Files, 1930-1984; Series III: Speeches, 1947-1981. The collection consists of organizational correspondence, speeches, financial and other reports, pamphlets and clippings.

12 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 7049020

Churchill County Museum

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