Oscar F. Hawkins and family papers, 1888-1963.


Hawkins, Oscar F. (Oscar Ferdinand), 1872-1964. Oscar F. Hawkins and family papers, 1888-1963.

Oscar F. Hawkins and family papers, 1888-1963.

Correspondence, printed items, clippings, minutes, and notes documenting the interests and activities of Hawkins, a Minnesota teacher and political activist, and his wife, Madge.

7.0 cu. ft. (13 boxes).

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