Papers, 1890-1928.

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Irving, Alexander Duer, 1873-1941. Papers, 1890-1928.

Papers, 1890-1928.

The papers date primarily from 1919, when Irving accompanied Woodrow Wilson to the Paris Peace Conference as a junior naval aide.

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