Papers, 1912-1963.

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Waldman, Morris D. (Morris David), b. 1879. Papers, 1912-1963.

Papers, 1912-1963.

Correspondence, minutes, reports, notes, printed matter, and miscellaneous items.

2.9 linear ft.

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