Menachem Arnoni collection, 1961-1968.

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Arnoni, M. S. (Menachem S.), 1922-1985. Menachem Arnoni collection, 1961-1968.

Menachem Arnoni collection, 1961-1968.

Correspondence, mss., financial and legal material, printed material, and miscellany, all pertaining to The Minority of One. Correspondents also include several U.S. government officials such as George Aiken, William J. Brennan, William Jennings Bryan Dorn, Ernest Gruening, J. Edgar Hoover, George McGovern, George Reedy, John J. Williams, and J. Arthur Younger.

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