Papers, 1920-1990 (bulk 1960-1988).


Papers, 1920-1990 (bulk 1960-1988).

Correspondence, memoranda, minutes, book drafts, articles, speeches, interviews, and other papers, relating to Williams's service on the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board during the administrations of Gerald R. Ford and Ronald Reagan; his work with the Committee on the Present Danger; and his writings, especially his book, One Man's Freedom (1962). Includes scrapbooks of newspaper and magazine articles and other material tracing Williams's career in law and politics, and involvement with the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Redskins. Correspondents include Brutus J. Clay, Clark M. Clifford, Jack Kent Cooke, Ronald Reagan, Eugene V. Rostow, and Jack Valenti.

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