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American Legion Auxiliary (Brownfield, Texas):
An Inventory of Its Records, 1932-1936, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
The American Legion Auxiliary Post No. 269 of Brownfield, Texas, was named for William Guyton Howard, a Brownfield native who was killed in World War I. The charter for the auxiliary was reinstated March 18, 1930.
This collection may have been originally inventoried prior to the adoption of current standards. Patrons are advised to request any associated Reference File upon visiting the archives to view the collection, as it may provide additional information regarding the organization and scope of the materials.
The American Legion Auxiliary Papers of Brownfield, Texas, consists of scrapbook material pertaining to the activities of Post No. 269 during the Great Depression of the 1930s.
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American Legion Auxiliary Records (Brownfield, Texas), 1932-1936, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
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