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809 Washington Archives And Gmf Collection

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Governors' Mansion Foundation, General Files 1966-1998, Washington State Archives Private Collections

Governors' Mansion Foundation, General Files 1966-1998, Washington State Archives Private Collections

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Exhibit Room
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  • 6. Reading room
  • 7. Description: Records documenting the efforts of the Governors' Mansion Foundation to preserve, restore and furnish the Governors' Mansion. Includes articles of incorporation, by-laws, correspondence, press releases, brochures, acquisition documents, membership lists, speeches (by Nancy Evans and others), interior design documents, legal files, promotional materials, financial records, landscape design documents, meeting files, reports, curator reports, newsletters, and other materials related to the functions and activities of the Foundation. Arranged chronologically, then by subject. 12.5 c.f.
  • 8. Documents
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  • 10. ‘ The Post reports FBI agents establish that the Watergate break-in stems from a massive campaign of political spying and sabotage conducted on behalf of the Nixon reelection effort.’