Papers, 1933-1962 (inclusive).

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Eby, Kermit. Papers, 1933-1962 (inclusive).

Papers, 1933-1962 (inclusive).

Correspondence, articles, reprints, memoranda, and scrapbooks including material on the Friends Goodwill Mission to the Orient and the U.S. Commission for the Reorganization of Japanese Education. Includes speeches given at the Congress of Industrial Organizations relating in part to Philip Murray and James Carey. Correspondence reflects Eby's association with labor and political leaders, including William Benton, Elisabeth Borgese, Paul H. Douglas, Milton Eisenhower, Arthur Goldberg, A.J. Muste, Eleanor Roosevelt, the Reuther brothers, Willard Uphaus, and Henry Wallace. Also contains correspondence and memoranda relating to the University of Chicago.

ca. 16.5 linear ft.

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Benton, William, 1900-1973

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