Papers, 1912-1964.

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Jarman, Peterson Bryant, 1892-1955. Papers, 1912-1964.

Papers, 1912-1964.

This collection contains Jarman's correspondence and information pertaining to his position as U.S. Ambassador to Australia. The records provide useful insights into foreign policy and U.S. politics, and the correspondents and the subjects of the photographs include Dean Acheson, John Foster Dulles, Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert Gordon Menzies, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Adlai E. Stevenson, and Harry S. Truman.

9 cubic ft. (8 records center cartons, and 3 oversized archives boxes)

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