A. Matt Werner collection, 1932-1989.

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Werner, A. Matt (Anthony Matt), d. 1977. A. Matt Werner collection, 1932-1989.

A. Matt Werner collection, 1932-1989.

Subject files, newspaper clippings, appointment diary (1942-1944), photographs, autographs, political posters and cartoons, scrapbook of editorials written by Werner, copies of the Sheboygan Press, notebooks, certificates and diplomas, medals, audiotapes, and other materials, reflecting Werner's life.

9 boxes.

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