Thruston B. Morton papers, 1933-1969, 1957-1961 (bulk dates).

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Morton, Thruston B. (Thruston Ballard), 1907-1982. Thruston B. Morton papers, 1933-1969, 1957-1961 (bulk dates).

Thruston B. Morton papers, 1933-1969, 1957-1961 (bulk dates).

These papers contain the office files of Thruston B. Morton for the years he served in the U.S. Senate and as Chairman of the Republican National Committee.

115.5 cubic ft.

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