The Richard Cropp Collection contains legal papers, family papers, correspondence, publications by Cropp and others, maps, art, certificates, photographs, a pillow sham, binoculars, various artifacts, beaded dress, slides, a viewmaster and reels, cassettes, and magnetic reels (sound recordings). Richard Cropp was an artist and author. He also had a career in the National Guard and was very interested in Native American Heritage. Note: this collection’s dimensions do not include the photographic slides, audio cassettes, paintings or other three dimensional objects in its calculation.
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