Arthur Willert papers, 1907-1973 (inclusive).


Arthur Willert papers, 1907-1973 (inclusive).

Correspondence, writings, notes, memoranda, and printed matter of Arthur Willert, British journalist and diplomat. His correspondence is largely political, particularly during his tenure as chief correspondent of the London Times in the United States (1910-1920) and as representative of the Ministry of Information (1917-1918).

11 linear ft. (30 boxes, 1 folio)


SNAC Resource ID: 8027433

Yale University Library

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