Katie Louchheim Papers 1906-1991 (bulk 1942-1968)


Katie Louchheim Papers, 1906-1991, (bulk 1942-1968)

Katie Louchheim Papers 1906-1991 (bulk 1942-1968)

United States deputy assistant secretary of state, Democratic Party official, author, and public speaker. Journals, family papers, correspondence, memoranda, reports, lists, speeches, interviews, drafts of writings, scrapbooks, photographs, newspaper clippings, and other printed matter documenting Louchheim's public service and leadership in the Democratic Party.

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