Papers of Charles F. Baldwin [manuscript], 1930-1984 (bulk 1953-1984).

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Baldwin, Charles F. Papers of Charles F. Baldwin [manuscript], 1930-1984 (bulk 1953-1984).

Papers of Charles F. Baldwin [manuscript], 1930-1984 (bulk 1953-1984).

The papers contain correspondence of Baldwin with government officials and foreign service officers re: his service and retirement. Of interest are a memorandum to J.W. Fulbright on foreign policy planning in which Baldwin urges the adoption of a more positive and dynamic foreign policy; a memorandum to Chester Bowles on state department operations particularly organization, policy planning, and personnel selection; and his memoir of William O. Douglas. A 1930 letter mentions Errol Flynn and Flynn's mother's misconceptions of Australia. With the letters are a copy of Baldwin's memoirs "An ambassador's journey," and speeches and articles on foreign policy.

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