Edwin E. Witte papers, 1903-1970.


Edwin E. Witte papers, 1903-1970.

Primarily professional papers of Edwin E. Witte, a University of Wisconsin economist, specialist in labor legislation, and the chief author of the Social Security Act of 1935; including correspondence, research files, articles, speeches, lecture notes, diaries, scrapbooks, photographs, and audio recordings.

124.7 c.f. (276 archives boxes, 15 flat boxes, 6 card file boxes, and 1 volume) and2 reels of microfilm (35 mm); plusadditions of 4.3 c.f.38 photographs, and14 disc recordings.

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