James L. German, III to Kieth Porter, 1977
German, James L. III
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Letter responding to an earlier letter from Porter; letter addresses relationship between MBL members and the corporation, as well as possibly moving the MBL Library to a new corporation, February 4, 1977typed, fair condition, faded on one side2 pages
Suggested CitationText: "James L. German, III to Kieth Porter, 1977", https://hdl.handle.net/1912/22807
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