Papers, [ca. 1960-1990].

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Lovell, Malcolm Read, Jr., 1921-. Papers, [ca. 1960-1990].

Papers, [ca. 1960-1990].

Relating to his public service in Michigan under Governor George Romney, and in Washington, under Presidents Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan.

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Lovell, Annette.

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