Elizabeth M. Winston papers, 1928-1992 (bulk 1973-1979).


Elizabeth M. Winston papers, 1928-1992 (bulk 1973-1979).

Correspondence with various elected officials and government agencies; transcripts of public hearings; newspaper clippings; hydrographic tables, charts, and analyses; and legal documents detailing Winston's work to stabilize Lake Superior water levels (1972-1979). Includes litigation filed against United States Army Corps of Engineers (1974-1979).

1.5 cu. ft. (4 boxes).


SNAC Resource ID: 7317666

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