William Howard Taft IV Papers 1958-1989 (bulk 1970-1989)

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William Howard Taft IV Papers, 1958-1989, (bulk 1970-1989)

William Howard Taft IV Papers 1958-1989 (bulk 1970-1989)

Lawyer and government official; known as William Howard Taft IV. Personal and family correspondence, official correspondence, memoranda, speeches and writings, and daily records chiefly documenting Taft's government service in the Richard M. Nixon, Gerald R. Ford, and Ronald Reagan presidential administrations.

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