Papers, 1918-ca. 1973 (inclusive).

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Aldrich, Winthrop W. (Winthrop William), b. 1885. Papers, 1918-ca. 1973 (inclusive).

Papers, 1918-ca. 1973 (inclusive).

Correspondence, speeches, appointment books, clippings, and photos, relating to Aldrich's activities as president of Chase National Bank and ambassador to Great Britain as well as his interests in the New York World's Fair, the National War Fund, and other business, philanthropic, and personal interests.

126 linear ft. (66 v., 254 boxes, 4 cases)

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Milbank, Tweed, Hope and Hadley.

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Rockefeller, David, 1915-....

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