B.W. Parnes papers, 1950-1985.

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Barnes, B. W. B.W. Parnes papers, 1950-1985.

B.W. Parnes papers, 1950-1985.

Materials include correspondence, sppeches, scrapbook (1962-1975), reports, and news clippings.

3 linear ft.

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