Edward F. Waite papers, 1764-1958.


Edward F. Waite papers, 1764-1958.

Correspondence, speeches, and printed materials (comprising about half the collection) relating to the involvement of Waite, a juvenile court judge for the fourth judicial district of Minnesota (1911-1921, 1931-1941), in social welfare, civil rights, and civil liberties issues.

3.25 cu. ft. (8 boxes and 5 oversize items).


SNAC Resource ID: 7314849

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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