George Murphy papers, 1911-1961.

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Murphy, George, 1897-1961. George Murphy papers, 1911-1961.

George Murphy papers, 1911-1961.

Correspondence, legal briefs, grand jury findings and public hearings, newspaper clippings, and other materials concerning Detroit, Michigan politics, 1935-1961, campaign of Franklin D. Roosevelt for presidency in 1932, grand jury investigation of Detroit street railways, 1936, arbitration of labor disputes, 1936-1941, and investigation of Charles Street housing project in Detroit, 1939-1940; also interview, 1957, concerning Frank Murphy and his role in sit-down strike of 1937, and other materials. relating to public careers and personal affairs of Murphy family, particularly in relation to Detroit politics and Philippine Islands.

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