Who? Me? a White House secretary : typescript, 1980.

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White, Helen Hartley Greene, 1902-. Who? Me? a White House secretary : typescript, 1980.

Who? Me? a White House secretary : typescript, 1980.

Relates to President and Mrs. Hoover during and after their residence in the White House.

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White, Helen Hartley Greene, 1902-

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Secretary to President and Mrs. Herbert Hoover. From the description of Who? Me? a White House secretary : typescript, 1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122511518 Biographical/Historical Note Secretary to President and Mrs. Herbert Hoover. From the guide to the Helen Hartley Greene White typescript : Who? Me? a White House secretary, 1980, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964

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Hoover, Lou Henry, 1874-1944

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