Papers, 1953-1976 (bulk 1968-1970).

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Archer, James H., 1882-1973. Papers, 1953-1976 (bulk 1968-1970).

Papers, 1953-1976 (bulk 1968-1970).

Incoming correspondence from Burton K. Wheeler.

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