Robert E. Matteson papers, [193-]-1989, 1991.

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Matteson, Robert Eliot, 1914-1994. Robert E. Matteson papers, [193-]-1989, 1991.

Robert E. Matteson papers, [193-]-1989, 1991.

Correspondence, memoranda, diaries, reports, speeches, articles, clippings, a videotape, and other materials written or assembled by St. Paul (Minn.) native Robert E. Matteson, relating primarily to his career first in U.S. government service (1953-1971), on the White House staff and in other executive departments; then as director of the Sigurd Olson Institute of Environmental Studies at Northland College (Ashland, Wis., 1972-1974); and finally as lecturer, writer, and board member.

5.0 cu. ft. (5 boxes).

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