Photostatic copies of memoranda, correspondence, handwritten notes, reports, diary entries, oral history transcripts, and tape recordings gathered from eight presidential libraries to illustrate prominent personalities, issues, and events in recent American history. The staff of each presidential library selected the particular items which appear in this collection. Prominent subjects include the New Deal, World War II, civil rights, relations with the Soviet Union, and U.S. involvement in Vietnam. The files are arranged chronologically by the library of origin and thereunder by subject.
3 linear feet (ca. 4,500 pages) and 14 cassette recordings.
For the donor of any given document, contact the presidential library which holds the original.
For copyright information on any given document, contact the presidential library which holds the original.
Prepared: January 1992
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