Papers, 1940-1966.

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Beckman, Fredrik Woods, 1886?-1978. Papers, 1940-1966.

Papers, 1940-1966.

Consists of the correspondence of Fredrik Woods Beckman, chiefly concerned with Beckman's activities in the United World Federalists; a few letters from his son Gunnar and daughter Marit Woods (Beckman) Thomson; and printed materials ranging from 1934 to 1975, many related to the United World Federalists.

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