Lewis Einstein papers, 1808-1968, (bulk 1900-1968).

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Einstein, Lewis, 1877-1967. Lewis Einstein papers, 1808-1968, (bulk 1900-1968).

Lewis Einstein papers, 1808-1968, (bulk 1900-1968).

Collection documents Einstein's diplomatic career and his involvement in foreign policy matters, particularly in relation to western and central Europe. Correspondence (1901-1968) is both business and personal and includes U.S. Presidents, State Department officials, and diplomats. There are transcripts of numerous letters from Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes and carbon copies of a series of lengthy letters to Secretary of State Cordell Hull analyzing the European political situation throughout the 1930s, as well as a series of personal letters from Lady Clementine Churchill. Other materials include diplomatic dispatches (1915-1942), diaries, manuscripts, photographs, poems, 2 scrapbooks, articles, financial papers, personal memorabilia, and draft manuscripts for the books "A Diplomat Bows Out" and "A Diplomat Looks Back."

11.57 cubic ft. (22 boxes) + artifacts.

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