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Finding aid for the W. Duane Trow papers 0125
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Description
Notes for articles by Waldo Duane Trow (1880-1963) on scientific pioneers, inventors, etc.; childhood scrapbook from Montana, ca. 1900; letters to public officials, including Presidents from Coolidge to Truman, on social isues, national defense, etc.
Background
Waldo Duane Trow was born in 1880 in Madison, North Dakota. The family moved to Polson, Montana in 1909, where his father opened a real estate office. Polson lived for a time in Seattle, and eventually moved to California, where he died in July 1963.
Extent
1 Linear Feet 1 box
Restrictions
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Availability
COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE: Advance notice required for access.