Frank G. Millard papers, 1904-1976.


Frank G. Millard papers, 1904-1976.

World War I letters, papers detailing work as chairman of the committee on emerging problems of the Michigan Constitutional Convention; miscellaneous genealogical material, and diaries and memoranda books; scrapbooks concerning political career, especially his service as state attorney general; and photographs.

4 linear ft., 7 v. [outsize], and 1 phonorecord.Photographs 3 linear ft. and 5 v. [outsize].

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