John E. Fogarty papers Fogarty, (John E,) papers 1941-1967

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John E. Fogarty papers, Fogarty, (John E, ) papers, 1941-1967

John E. Fogarty papers Fogarty, (John E,) papers 1941-1967

The collection consists of personal and constituent correspondence, photographs, public documents and memorabilia of John E. Fogarty (1913-1967), a Rhode Islander with national influence on the role of government in health and education.

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