Robert Barnes papers, 1962-1964 [manuscript].

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Barnes, Robert. Robert Barnes papers, 1962-1964 [manuscript].

Robert Barnes papers, 1962-1964 [manuscript].

Collection contains photocopies of correspondence, a speech, and autographs. Correspondence consists of a letter (1962) from Harry S. Truman to John McCormack, wishing him a happy birthday, and a letter from Antonio Segni, President of Italy (1964) to McCormack accepting an invitation to address a joint meeting of Congress. A speech delivered to the House of Representatives by McCormack endorsing an increase in the national debt and the autographs of Sam Rayburn, E. E. Cox, Henry T. Rainey, Joseph W. Martin, Jr., and John Nance Garner are also included in the collection.

0.044 cubic feet (8 items)

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