Christian Archibald Herter papers, 1929-1967 (inclusive), 1943-1966 (bulk).


Christian Archibald Herter papers, 1929-1967 (inclusive), 1943-1966 (bulk).

Christian Archibald Herter papers, 1929-1967 (inclusive), 1943-1966 (bulk).

Business and personal correspondence as well as political papers of American statesman and politician Christian Archibald Herter.

44 boxes (22 linear ft.)

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