Papers of Elliot L. Richardson, 1780-1991 (bulk 1947-1991).

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Richardson, Elliot L., 1920-1999. Papers of Elliot L. Richardson, 1780-1991 (bulk 1947-1991).

Papers of Elliot L. Richardson, 1780-1991 (bulk 1947-1991).

Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, writings, subject files, reports, briefing data, financial records, printed materials, photographs, and other papers relating primarily to Richardson's political career in Massachusetts and later as a cabinet official during the administrations of presidents Richard M. Nixon, Gerald R. Ford, and Jimmy Carter. Includes papers documenting Richardson's service as U.S. under secretary of state (1969-1970), U.S. secretary of health, education, and welfare (1970-1973), U.S. attorney general (1973), fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (1974-1975), U.S. ambassador to Great Britain (1975-1976), and President Carter's representative at the third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea (1977-1980). Subjects include Richardson's book The Creative Balance: Government, Politics, and the Individual in America's Third Century (1976), federal funding, Henry Kissinger's role in national security affairs, international maritime law, the oil crisis, National Defense Education Act of 1958, Republican Party, domestic social issues, state and national politics and government, Vice-President Spiro Agnew's resignation, and Watergate chief prosecutor Archibald Cox. Also includes papers relating to Richardson's work at the law firms of Ropes & Gray, Boston, Mass., and Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, Washington, D.C. Includes an item (1780) pertaining to Massachusetts' first attorney general, Robert Treat Paine. Correspondents include Morton I. Abramowitz, Spiro T. Agnew, Hamilton Shirley Amerasinghe, Edward W. Brooke, George Bush, Wilbur E. Cohen, William S. Cohen, William T. Coleman, Jr., Charles W. Colson, Archibald Cox, Richard G. Darman, John D. Ehrlichman, Paul Bamela Engo, Gerald R. Ford, Felix Frankfurter, Learned Hand, Wilmot R. Hastings, Christian A. Herter, Jr., Henry A. Kissinger, Richard G. Kleindienst, Tommy T.B. Koh, Richard E. Mastrangelo, Jonathan Moore, Richard M. Nixon, J. Stanley Pottinger, William P. Rogers, William Ruckelshaus, Leverett Saltonstall, Francis W. Sargent, Jonathan T. Smith, Russell E. Train, John A. Volpe, and Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr.

165,000 items.471 containers plus 8 oversize plus 11 classified.238 linear feet.

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