Rudolf Heberle papers, 1918-1991 (bulk 1936-1980).


Rudolf Heberle papers, 1918-1991 (bulk 1936-1980).

Professional and personal papers including correspondence, notes, printed material, clippings, writings, and research files relating to professional activities and interest in global politics. Personal correspondence and photographs relate to family and community involvement.




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