Records. 1972-


Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party. Clay County (Minn.). Records.

Records. 1972-

Minutes of central committee meetings, convention records, and campaign files for candidates endorsed by the Clay County DFL.

3 boxes (3 linear feet).

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