McFarlane, William Doddridge, papers, 1919-1981.


McFarlane, William Doddridge, papers, 1919-1981.

Papers concern the career of McFarlane, including scrapbooks documenting his term as United States congressman; legal and court records relating to the Indian Claims Commission; classified files concerning his political and civic activities in Graham, Texas from 1970 to 1980.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7101730

University of Texas Libraries

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