Association records, 1964-1994.


Association records, 1964-1994.

Correspondence, minutes, news releases, newsletters, printed items, clippings, and related material of an organization formed to encourage the development of the Voyageurs National Park, located around the Kabetogama peninsula in northern Minnesota. The group was headed by former Minnesota Governor Elmer L. Andersen, with Rita F. Shemesh as secretary.

8.0 cu. ft. (8 boxes).


SNAC Resource ID: 7314097

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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