Association records, 1917-1988.


Association records, 1917-1988.

Constitution and bylaws (1974), minutes (1928-1987), correspondence and miscellaneous papers (1917-1987), newspaper clippings, and other printed materials documenting an organization devoted to the preservation of the St. Croix River, a federally designated wild and scenic river.

1.4 cubic feet (2 boxes).


SNAC Resource ID: 7313675

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