John Paul Hammerschmidt papers [manuscript] 1916-2009

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Hammerschmidt, John Paul, 1922-. John Paul Hammerschmidt papers [manuscript] 1916-2009

John Paul Hammerschmidt papers [manuscript] 1916-2009

Collection is divided into twenty-one series. Materials include biographical data, correspondence, legislative and committee materials, personal and office financial records, speeches, press releases, posters, audio and video tapes, and ephemera.

1,221 linear ft. (1,204 boxes)

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