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Philip M. Brandt Papers, 1931-1957

Scope and Content Note

The Philip M. Brandt Papers included correspondence received and sent by Brandt during the period 1954-1957; a typescript of excerpts from the Oregon Grange Bulletin for 1935-1936; and a 1931 memorandum concerning the proposed J.C. Penney Foundation for Dairy Research.

The correspondence consists predominantly of letters received and copies of letters sent to Ethel Mott of Washington, D.C., the widow of Representative James W. Mott, pertaining primarily to Oregon politics, especially the Republican Party. Correspondence with Ray G. Johnson concerning Brandt's health is also included. Excerpts from the Oregon Grange Bulletin include editorials and news items pertaining to a ballot initiative regarding compulsory military training at Oregon's higher education institutions.

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