Gould, Lewis L., Collection of ModernAmerican Political History 1920-1996

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Gould, Lewis L. Collection of Modern American Political History 93-487; 94-033; 94-126; 94-128; 94-183; 96-084; 98-053; 98-171; 99-090., 1920-1996

Gould, Lewis L., Collection of ModernAmerican Political History 1920-1996

Collected by historian Lewis L.Gould, correspondence, audiocassettes, printed material, clippings, and researchcompose the Lewis L. Gould Collection of Modern American Political History,1920-1996, documenting American politics and politicians in the 20thcentury.

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