James C. Sewell papers, 1950-1972.

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Sewell, James C. (James Carroll), 1912-1976. James C. Sewell papers, 1950-1972.

James C. Sewell papers, 1950-1972.

Correspondence, clippings, political advertisements and campaign materials, printed material, and photographs.

4.5 boxes (2 linear ft.)

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