Papers, 1891-1947.

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Churchill, Winston, 1871-1947. Papers, 1891-1947.

Papers, 1891-1947.

Correspondence relating to his career as author and politician; speeches and articles on New Hampshire and U.S. politics (1900-1915), manuscripts of books and stories.

45 ft. (47 boxes)

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