Letter to Henry A. Wallace. Mexico. 1949 Sept. 8.


Letter to Henry A. Wallace. Mexico. 1949 Sept. 8.

Regretting Wallace's absence from the Peace Congress in Mexico.

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SNAC Resource ID: 6723416

University of Iowa Libraries

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