Papers 1921-1968.

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Vorys, John Martin, 1896-1968. Papers 1921-1968.

Papers 1921-1968.

U.S. Representative, of Columbus, Ohio. Constituent and legislative correspondence, and invitations. Includes material relating to the Foreign Affairs Committee, neutrality legislation, World War II, NATO, United Nations, relations with U.S.S.R., and domestic affairs, including agriculture, budget, immigration, labor, tariff legislation, and veterans' affairs. Contact repository for more information.

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