Henry C. Wahl Correspondence, 1948-1970


Henry C. Wahl Correspondence, 1948-1970

Mainly replies received from various state and national legislators concerning various issues, many of them relating to legislation on medical insurance for the aged. The letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Included are letters from Barry Goldwater, Albert Arnold Gore, Hubert Humphrey, Jacob Javits, Estes Kefauver, Edward M. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Thomas Kuchal, Ronald Reagan, and Earl Warren.

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