Central subject and correspondence files, 1919-1954, 1956-1994.


Central subject and correspondence files, 1919-1954, 1956-1994.

The central correspondence files of the governor's office contain incoming and outgoing letters, memoranda, state agency reports, and printed material documenting state government policies and operations and issues of public concern. The records reflect the diverse functions of state government and the governor's broad administrative responsibility in supervising these functions.

1,786.6 cu. ft. and 3,918 microfilm reels.


SNAC Resource ID: 8245092

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