Reminiscences of Charles Wesley Roberts : oral history, 1972.

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Reminiscences of Charles Wesley Roberts : oral history, 1972.

Covering the White House for NEWSWEEK; President Eisenhower's relations with the press; impressions of James Hagerty; opinions on first ladies; comparison of press conferences held by Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson.

Transcript: 72 leaves.

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