Philip L. Warden papers, 1943-1986 (bulk 1950-1975).


Warden, Philip L. (Philip Lucian), 1912-1990. Philip L. Warden papers, 1943-1986 (bulk 1950-1975).

Philip L. Warden papers, 1943-1986 (bulk 1950-1975).

Correspondence, telegrams, press releases, and published columns and drafts by Warden; together with an uncorrected galley proof of the book, Richard Nixon, by Earl Mazo.

5.8 linear ft.

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