Frederic S. Marquardt papers, 1920-1981.

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Marquardt, Frederic Sylvester, 1905-. Frederic S. Marquardt papers, 1920-1981.

Frederic S. Marquardt papers, 1920-1981.

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, speeches and drafts of articles concerning his work with Office of War Information during World War II in the Pacific; his trip to the Philippines in 1971, with remembrances of his life in the Philippines as associate editor of the Philippine Free Press, 1928-1941; printed materials relating to the 1935 Philippine constitution and Santo Tomas Internment Camp; and photographs. Correspondents include: Manuel Quezon, Emilio Aguinaldo, Douglas MacArthur, Frank Murphy. Sergio Osmeña, and Robert Sherwood.

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