Charles W. Poletti papers, 1920-1991 [Bulk: 1923-1970].


Poletti, Charles, 1903-2002. Charles W. Poletti papers, 1920-1991 [Bulk: 1923-1970].

Charles W. Poletti papers, 1920-1991 [Bulk: 1923-1970].

The collection contains personal and professional material spanning most of Poletti's life, documenting his education at Harvard, his political career, and his military appointments in Italy. It also contains personal correspondence, family papers, and a small amount of information on his wife, Jean E. Poletti. Materials include correspondence, notes, academic papers, speeches, diaries, articles, ephemera, press releases, articles, clippings, certificates and plaques, photographs, and audio and film reels.

32 linear feet ( 59 document boxes; 3 file card boxes; 16 oversize boxes)



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