Rose Carolyn Spencer papers, 1889, 1907-1967.

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Spencer, Rose Carolyn, 1891-1967. Rose Carolyn Spencer papers, 1889, 1907-1967.

Rose Carolyn Spencer papers, 1889, 1907-1967.

Correspondence, reports, clippings, minutes, and newsletters relating to Spencer's activities as Minnesota Republican party chairwoman (1939-1949); her service with the American Cancer Society (1945-1956) and the American Legion Auxiliary (1923-1961); and her membership in various Winona and Winona County social welfare and educational organizations, particularly the Winona County Public Health Nursing Advisory Committee (1927-1967) and the Winona Office of Civilian Defense (1941-1954).

4.0 cu. ft. (10 boxes and 2 oversize items).

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