Office of the President records, 1896-[ongoing] (bulk 1960-1980).


Office of the President records, 1896-[ongoing] (bulk 1960-1980).

Records cover the administrations of Rufus B. Atwood (1929-1962, 6 linear ft.), Carl M. Hill (1962-1975, 18 linear ft.), William A. Butts, (1975-1982, 20.5 linear ft.), Raymond M. Burse (1982-1989, 75.5 linear ft.), Mary L. Smith (1989-1990, 5.5 linear ft.), and John T. Wolfe, Jr. (1990-1991, 4 linear ft.).

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