Papers, 1935-1962.

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Bass, Perkins, 1912-. Papers, 1935-1962.

Papers, 1935-1962.

Correspondence, speeches, press releases, scrapbooks, photos, tapes, films, memorabilia, and other papers, relating to Bass's career as a New Hampshire state legislator and U.S. representative, and to his activities in local, county, and State politics in New Hampshire.

69 ft. (ca. 25,000 items)

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