William R. Ferris collection, 1919s-2003 (names A-G).

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Ferris, William R. William R. Ferris collection, 1919s-2003 (names A-G).

William R. Ferris collection, 1919s-2003 (names A-G).

Names A-G significant that are in the collection.

About 118,000 items (about 300.0 linear ft.).

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Clinton, Hillary Rodham.

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Foote, Shelby.

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