Papers of Frederick E. Biermann, 1932-1968.


Papers of Frederick E. Biermann, 1932-1968.

The papers of Frederick Biermann consist primarily of correspondence from his years in Congress. There are also copies of speeches and campaign materials. The correspondence files include letters from: Guy M. Gillette, W. Earl Hall, Herschel C. Loveless, and W.W. Waymack. The subjects discussed range from New Deal programs such as the Agricultural Adjustment Administration to Biermann's newspaper, the Decorah Journal, or from postmasterships to Democratic politics to taxes.

7 linear ft., (14 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 7103394

University of Iowa Libraries

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