Gale W. McGee new accretions 1938-1981


Gale W. McGee new accretions, 1938-1981

Gale W. McGee new accretions 1938-1981

This series, the last of seventeen series in theGale McGee Papers, contains postcards from constituents, a transcript of aninterview with the Hon. Gale McGee by Charles T. Morrissey, campaigncommitments, chapters for a book, material relating to China, Korea, Asia,scrapbooks, photographs of McGee with several prime ministers, reel to reeltapes of Senator McGee, along with other senators, files relating to trips andspeeches, photo albums, slides, films of South America, China, Germany, VietNam, Africa, Europe, the Pacific, hunting expeditions, a phonograph record ofMcGee, press clippings, and a film entitled "8 of the Alliance."

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