Harold J. Laski collection

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Harold J. Laski collection, 1918-1946

Harold J. Laski collection

1918-1946

Spanning 1918-1946, the Harold J. Laski Collection contains incoming letters, a few miscellaneous items of memorabilia of the British political scientist and economist, and a copy of a book in which Laski is mentioned.

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