Judd Gregg collection, 1986-1995 (bulk 1988-1992).

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Gregg, Judd. Judd Gregg collection, 1986-1995 (bulk 1988-1992).

Judd Gregg collection, 1986-1995 (bulk 1988-1992).

Brochures (1980), papers (1988), plans (1988), newspaper articles (1990-1992), correspondence, notes, mailings, publications, printed matter, campaign memorabilia (1980), photographs relating to his 1988 campaign for governor, his gubernatorial term in 1990, and his senate race in 1992.

1 cubic ft.

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