James H. Sheldon Papers, 1945-1971 [Bulk Dates: 1958-1964].

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James H. Sheldon Papers, 1945-1971, [Bulk Dates: 1958-1964].

James H. Sheldon Papers, 1945-1971 [Bulk Dates: 1958-1964].

The James H. Sheldon Papers document a lengthy portion of the author’s career, though its bulk corresponds with the years between 1958 and 1964. While Sheldon was involved in a number of diverse pursuits, his papers emphasize his professional activity in the Nationalities Division of the Democratic National Committee, the American Association of United Nations, and the now-defunct newspaper, the The collection is comprised of an array of materials such as: correspondence, drafts of press releases and speeches, handwritten notes, reports, programs, pamphlets, clippings, and scrapbooks. Sheldon’s papers are arranged in eight series and six subseries. American Examiner

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