Papers, 1935-1948.

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Easley, Harry, 1901-. Papers, 1935-1948.

Papers, 1935-1948.

Correspondence, published materials, newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks, relating to Easley's career, especially as a W.P.A. official in Missouri and as a leader of the Democratic Party in the southwestern part of that state. Includes many letters from Sen. Harry Truman and members of his staff.

2 linear ft.

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