Papers, 1935-1937.


Papers, 1935-1937.

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and notes for a diary relating to the organization and management of the Good Neighbor League, which promoted the re-election of Roosevelt by emphasizing the positive social and economic accomplishments of the New Deal.

ca. 400 items.

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High, Stanley, 1895-1961 (person)

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Good Neighbor League (corporateBody)

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