Herbert J. Miller papers, 1923-1977.


Herbert J. Miller papers, 1923-1977.

Correspondence, memoranda, articles and speeches written by Miller and others, research materials, clippings, and printed materials including items related to Miller's activities in Tax Foundation, Inc., Minneapolis Civic and Commerce Association, the Minnesota Resources Commission, and the first Hoover Commission.

5 linear ft.

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Moley, Raymond, 1886-1975

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Miller, Herbert J. (Herbert John), 1894-1989

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