Correspondence files, 1998-2002.


Minnesota. Governor (1999-2003 : Ventura). Correspondence files, 1998-2002.

Correspondence files, 1998-2002.

Governor Ventura's correspondence with state officials and legislators, other governors, federal officials and congressional members, foreign governments and consuls, and the general public; and memoranda of the Governor's staff.

1.6 cu. ft. (1 box and 2 partial boxes)

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