Papers, 1943-1955.

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Eagleton, Clyde, 1891-1958. Papers, 1943-1955.

Papers, 1943-1955.

Diaries, notes and minutes of his work with the Department of State and in the founding of the United Nations. Includes his diary, 1943-1944; State Department memoranda and documents relating to an armed force for the United Nations; minutes and notes from the Dartmouth Oaks conferences planning for the United Nations, 1944; State Department papers relating to the manufacture and sale of armaments; minutes, memoranda and notes on the United Nations Conference on International Organization, 1945, 1945; and unpublished material prepared for the Brookings Institution.

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