Box 64

 Container

Contains 10 Results:

M, 1986

 File — Box: 64, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series is organized into five distinct subseries: Alphabetical, Invitations, Organizations, Persons, and Topical. These subseries were applied to the collection by the archivist to aid in searchability. Correspondence was often found in alphabetical files and separated as appropriate. The filing system for correspondence, as with other files in the collection, was uneven until the later 1970s when a more rigid organization-by-letter system was used. This...
Dates: 1986

M, 1987

 File — Box: 64, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series is organized into five distinct subseries: Alphabetical, Invitations, Organizations, Persons, and Topical. These subseries were applied to the collection by the archivist to aid in searchability. Correspondence was often found in alphabetical files and separated as appropriate. The filing system for correspondence, as with other files in the collection, was uneven until the later 1970s when a more rigid organization-by-letter system was used. This...
Dates: 1987

M, 1988

 File — Box: 64, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series is organized into five distinct subseries: Alphabetical, Invitations, Organizations, Persons, and Topical. These subseries were applied to the collection by the archivist to aid in searchability. Correspondence was often found in alphabetical files and separated as appropriate. The filing system for correspondence, as with other files in the collection, was uneven until the later 1970s when a more rigid organization-by-letter system was used. This...
Dates: 1988

M, 1989

 File — Box: 64, Folder: 4
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series is organized into five distinct subseries: Alphabetical, Invitations, Organizations, Persons, and Topical. These subseries were applied to the collection by the archivist to aid in searchability. Correspondence was often found in alphabetical files and separated as appropriate. The filing system for correspondence, as with other files in the collection, was uneven until the later 1970s when a more rigid organization-by-letter system was used. This...
Dates: 1989

M, 1990

 File — Box: 64, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series is organized into five distinct subseries: Alphabetical, Invitations, Organizations, Persons, and Topical. These subseries were applied to the collection by the archivist to aid in searchability. Correspondence was often found in alphabetical files and separated as appropriate. The filing system for correspondence, as with other files in the collection, was uneven until the later 1970s when a more rigid organization-by-letter system was used. This...
Dates: 1990

M, 1991

 File — Box: 64, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series is organized into five distinct subseries: Alphabetical, Invitations, Organizations, Persons, and Topical. These subseries were applied to the collection by the archivist to aid in searchability. Correspondence was often found in alphabetical files and separated as appropriate. The filing system for correspondence, as with other files in the collection, was uneven until the later 1970s when a more rigid organization-by-letter system was used. This...
Dates: 1991

M, 1992

 File — Box: 64, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series is organized into five distinct subseries: Alphabetical, Invitations, Organizations, Persons, and Topical. These subseries were applied to the collection by the archivist to aid in searchability. Correspondence was often found in alphabetical files and separated as appropriate. The filing system for correspondence, as with other files in the collection, was uneven until the later 1970s when a more rigid organization-by-letter system was used. This...
Dates: 1992

M, 1993

 File — Box: 64, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series is organized into five distinct subseries: Alphabetical, Invitations, Organizations, Persons, and Topical. These subseries were applied to the collection by the archivist to aid in searchability. Correspondence was often found in alphabetical files and separated as appropriate. The filing system for correspondence, as with other files in the collection, was uneven until the later 1970s when a more rigid organization-by-letter system was used. This...
Dates: 1993

M, 1994

 File — Box: 64, Folder: 9
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series is organized into five distinct subseries: Alphabetical, Invitations, Organizations, Persons, and Topical. These subseries were applied to the collection by the archivist to aid in searchability. Correspondence was often found in alphabetical files and separated as appropriate. The filing system for correspondence, as with other files in the collection, was uneven until the later 1970s when a more rigid organization-by-letter system was used. This...
Dates: 1994

M, 1995

 File — Box: 64, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents From the Series: The correspondence series is organized into five distinct subseries: Alphabetical, Invitations, Organizations, Persons, and Topical. These subseries were applied to the collection by the archivist to aid in searchability. Correspondence was often found in alphabetical files and separated as appropriate. The filing system for correspondence, as with other files in the collection, was uneven until the later 1970s when a more rigid organization-by-letter system was used. This...
Dates: 1995

 

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