John Flournoy Montgomery papers 1933-1939

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John Flournoy Montgomery papers, 1933-1939

John Flournoy Montgomery papers 1933-1939

The papers consist of correspondence documenting Montgomery's role asambassador to Hungary. Included are letters from prominent Hungarians and members of the U.S. diplomatic corps.

2.5 linear feet (6 boxes)

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