Leslie L. Anderson and family papers, 1883-1981 (bulk 1883-1930).


Leslie L. Anderson and family papers, 1883-1981 (bulk 1883-1930).

Papers documenting several generations of a Minneapolis family including business records of John Anderson (1880s-1920s); papers of daughter Ruth G. Anderson from her work in the General Mills Test Kitchen (1930s-1950s); correspondence (1942-1980) relating to son Leslie L. Anderson, a Hennepin County District Court judge; and correspondence of daughter Adah E. M. Anderson (1900s-1920s).

3.25 cu. ft. (3 boxes).




SNAC Resource ID: 8336738

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