Ralph Bunche papers 1922-1988

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Ralph Bunche papers 1922-1988

Personal papers, family and general correspondence, writings, field notes and research materials, working papers, office files and printed matter documenting Ralph Bunche's personal life and professional career, from his enrollment at the University of California to his retirement in 1971.

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