Dancy, Oscar Cromwell, papers, 1917-1965.

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Dancy, Oscar Cromwell, 1879-1971. Dancy, Oscar Cromwell, papers, 1917-1965.

Dancy, Oscar Cromwell, papers, 1917-1965.

The Oscar Cromwell Dancy Papers, 1917-1965, consist of correspondence, legal and financial records, speeches, political broadsides, newspaper clippings, brochures, magazines and postcards, scrapbooks, maps and photographs.

9 ft., 6 in.

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