As a newspaper editor, politician, snowshoe club founder and radio host, Louis-Philippe Gagné wrote and received many letters. Correspondence from politicians includes: three Maine Governors, William T. Gardiner, Horace Hildreth and Sumner Sewall; Paul-Emile Gosselin, Secretary General of Québec; and Margaret Chase Smith, Maine Representative to U.S. Congress. Correspondence also includes that of various social, sporting, labor and arts organizations: Association Canado-Americaine, La Justice de Biddeford newspaper, La Ligue de Langue Française de Lewiston-Auburn, L’Union Saint Jean Baptiste d’Amérique, Sociéte Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Montreal, Textile Workers Union of America (TWUA), Union Canadienne de Raquetteurs, and multiple Veterans of Foreign Wars posts.


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Correspondence 1920-1939

Correspondence 1940-1946

Correspondence 1947

Correspondence 1948

Correspondence 1949