Loy W. Henderson Papers

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Loy W. Henderson Papers, 1918-1984, (bulk 1938-1957)

Loy W. Henderson Papers

1918-1984

Diplomat; later professor of international relations, American University, Washington, D.C. Correspondence, memoir, speeches and writings, academic and subject files, engagement books, scrapbook, photographs, and miscellany pertaining primarily to Henderson's diplomatic career.

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