Malcolm K. Hatfield papers, 1930-1961.


Hatfield, Malcolm Keith, 1900-1961. Malcolm K. Hatfield papers, 1930-1961.

Malcolm K. Hatfield papers, 1930-1961.

Correspondence, and autobiographical sketch in fictional form; manuscripts of articles, short stories, and speeches; newspaper clippings; scrapbooks with clippings on his election campaign in 1948; printed material, and photographs. Correspondents include: Luren D. Dickinson, March 30, 1939, James Farley, June 27, 1940, March 27 and April 21, 1952, William Green, May 23 and June 2, 1938, and March 18, 1940, Frank Murphy, April 21, 1938, Franklin Roosevelt, Alfred P. Sloan, May 25, 1938, and Harry S. Truman, August 4, 1951.

3 linear ft.

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