Papers of Charles E. Strickland, 1937-1972.


Papers of Charles E. Strickland, 1937-1972.

The papers of Charles E. Strickland document his business, political, and civic interests with correspondence and subject files. His many business interests range from People's Gas and Electric Company of Mason City to Iowa Terminal Railroad. Correspondents include Norman Erbe, H.R. Gross, Bourke B. Hickenlooper, Laurence C. Jones, Thomas E. Martin, and James Schramm. Also included are biographical materials, and speeches as well as information concerning the Lincoln Club and Mason City, Iowa.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7103602

University of Iowa Libraries

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