Chamberlain, John, Archive 1923-1991


Chamberlain, John, Archive AR 2011-360., 1923-1991

Chamberlain, John, Archive 1923-1991

Composed of approximately 200 typedand handwritten letters, the John R. Chamberlain Archive, 1923-1991, comprisescorrespondence between Chamberlain and many notable writers and business leaders,such as author Archibald MacLeish, journalist Dorothy Thompson, and Texaco presidentJohn K. McKinley documenting several political issues, including Watergate, federalaid to education, and the Eichmann trial. Additionally, the letters concern booksand columns written by Chamberlain.


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