Congressional Papers, 1934-1952, bulk 1944-1952.

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Stigler, William Grady, 1891-1952. Congressional Papers, 1934-1952, bulk 1944-1952.

Congressional Papers, 1934-1952, bulk 1944-1952.

The Stigler Collection is comprised of correspondence, bills, clippings, speeches, pamphlets, issues of the Congressional Record, congressional reports, periodicals, photographs, newsletters, press releases, and lists primarily generated and collected during Stigler's congressional career.

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