Russell, Steve, and Mobley, Donna, Papers, 1959-1992


Russell, Steve, and Mobley, Donna, 1941-1994. Russell, Steve, and Mobley, Donna, Papers, 1959-1992

Russell, Steve, and Mobley, Donna, Papers, 1959-1992

Comprised of correspondence, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes, teaching materials, campaign brochures, printed materials, and notes, the Steve Russell and Donna Mobley Papers, 1959-1992, document Russell's career as a lawyer, activist, and trial court judge as well as Mobley's career as a union organizer and activist.

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