[Interview with Henry Morgenthau] [sound recording] / Henry Morgenthau ; [interviewed by] David Marc, Cambridge, MA, 5-6-98. 1998.


[Interview with Henry Morgenthau] [sound recording] / Henry Morgenthau ; [interviewed by] David Marc, Cambridge, MA, 5-6-98. 1998.

2 sound cassettes (ca. 240 min.) : analog, 1 7/8 ips, mono.


SNAC Resource ID: 7432650

Syracuse University

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