Wallace Rankin Deuel Papers 1905-1971 (bulk 1939-1954)

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Wallace Rankin Deuel Papers 1905-1971 (bulk 1939-1954)

Intelligence officer and journalist. Correspondence, journals, writings, lectures, transcripts of radio broadcasts, scrapbooks, and other papers relating to Deuel's career as an intelligence officer during World War II with the Office of Strategic Services, as a journalist with the and the , and as a foreign intelligence analyst with the Central Intelligence Agency. Chicago Daily News St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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