John W. Fitzgerald papers, 1952-1965.

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Fitzgerald, John W. (John Warner), 1924-2006. John W. Fitzgerald papers, 1952-1965.

John W. Fitzgerald papers, 1952-1965.

Correspondence, newspaper clippings and notes pertaining to his activities as member of the state senate, including material on apportionment, the state constitution, and legislative matters; also photographs. Correspondents include: Paul L. Adams, Alvin M. Bentley, John A. Hannah, Philip A. Hart, James Harvey, August E. Johansen, Charles W. Joiner, Frank J. Kelley, T. John Leskinski, Frank D. McKay, Elly Peterson, and John B. Swainson.

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