Charles Albert Sink papers, 1907-1985.

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Charles Albert Sink papers, 1907-1985.

Political papers concerning his Republican Party activities and his years as member of Michigan Legislature; files documenting his involvement with the development of the music program of University of Michigan; and papers of his wife Alva Gordon Sink; also photographs.

20 linear ft. and 7 items [outsize].

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