Charles Roberts papers, 1871-1988.

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Roberts, Charles Wesley, 1916-. Charles Roberts papers, 1871-1988.

Charles Roberts papers, 1871-1988.

Material chiefly relating to Roberts's work as White House correspondent including correspondence, clippings, memorandums, biography and articles about Roberts, speeches and writings made by Roberts, photographs, and material relating to Roberts's book, LBJ's inner circle, his work at University of Minnesota's School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and his travels abroad.

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