Papers 1936-1954.

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Smith, Frederick C. (Frederick Cleveland), 1884-1956. Papers 1936-1954.

Papers 1936-1954.

Physician, mayor, and U.S. Representative, of Marion, Ohio. Constituent correspondence, press releases, speeches, and notes, chiefly relating to economics. Includes material on the International Monetary Fund, Bretton Woods proposal, gold standard, and Federal spending. Contact repository for more information.

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