Papers, 1936-1973.

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Barnard, Harry, 1906-1982. Papers, 1936-1973.

Papers, 1936-1973.

Professional correspondence regarding his research and the publication of his books (1936-1972); speeches (1968, 1972); the manuscripts and research materials for three of his books; 26 reel-to-reel audio tapes from the Watergate hearings which Barnard covered (1973); and the unpublished manuscript and research materials for a book on the W.J. Wrigley Company (1944-1956).

7.2 cubic ft. (16 boxes)

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