Earl C. Michener papers, 1898-1934 and 1940-1954.

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Michener, Earl Cory, 1876-1957. Earl C. Michener papers, 1898-1934 and 1940-1954.

Earl C. Michener papers, 1898-1934 and 1940-1954.

Correspondence, 1898-1934, newspaper clippings, 1920-1950, including materials concerning veterans and other constituent affairs, political campaigns, the Republican Party, the influence of the Ku Klux Klan in the election of 1924, and personal affairs.

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