William Harrison Hornibrook miscellaneous papers, 1913-1965.

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Hornibrook, William Harrison, 1884-1946. William Harrison Hornibrook miscellaneous papers, 1913-1965.

William Harrison Hornibrook miscellaneous papers, 1913-1965.

Photographs, letters, and invitation, relating to miscellaneous aspects of American-Thai relations, and depicting Reza Shah Pahlavi, his son the Crown Prince (later Mohammed Reza Shah), and scenes in Thailand, Iran and Afghanistan.

1 oversize box.

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Hornibrook, William Harrison, 1884-1946.

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