Earl M. Harju papers
Papers (1960-1989) of Earl M. Harju, a journalist, consist of personal and general correspondence; photocopies of Harju's articles in "Between Ourselves", "The San Francisco Chronicle", and "People's World"; newspaper clippings, and telegrams congratulating Walter A. Harju on his 60th birthday. Subjects include the Spanish Civil War, Jack London Club, Finns in California, and the American-Soviet Friendship Society.
- Harju, Earl M. (Person)
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- Finnish Americans -- California. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Inventory of the Earl M. Harju papers.
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