House, Edward Mandell Papers, 1896-1938

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House, Edward Mandell Papers, 1896-1938

The Edward Mandell House Papers, 1896-1911, 1913-1938, consist of political correspondence; personal correspondence including letters, telegrams, and cards of thanks; and a transcript of a radio talk by House.

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