The American Indian Community History Center records, 1945-1999,
consist of Intertribal Friendship House administrative records and reports, oral history
materials, consisting primarily of transcribed interviews, writings regarding Native
Americans, newspaper clippings, and newsletters. The records relate to the Intertribal
Friendship House as well as the American Indian community in general.
Number of containers: 9 cartons, 1 oversize folder.
Linear feet: 11.25
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Collection is open for research.