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Author: Louis McHenry Howe; Lela Stiles
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, memoranda, reports, processed material, press releases, speeches, drafts of articles, and clippings from his official duties with Franklin D. Roosevelt as Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, 1913-1921; secretary to Roosevelt, 1928-1932, concerning campaigns, Democratic Party, and New York State prisons; and Secretary to the President, 1933-1936, concerning anti-lynching bills, Civilian  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Scripts
Named Person: Franklin D Roosevelt; Grace Hartley Howe
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Louis McHenry Howe; Lela Stiles
OCLC Number: 155523373
Description: 42 linear ft.

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Correspondence, memoranda, reports, processed material, press releases, speeches, drafts of articles, and clippings from his official duties with Franklin D. Roosevelt as Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, 1913-1921; secretary to Roosevelt, 1928-1932, concerning campaigns, Democratic Party, and New York State prisons; and Secretary to the President, 1933-1936, concerning anti-lynching bills, Civilian Conservation Corps, Democratic National Committee, federal jobs, the press, subsistence housing, various New Deal agencies, and other subjects. Also, personal papers consisting of correspondence, articles, radio scripts, speech drafts, campaign materials, and other items, 1912-1936, which primarily concern his work or public affairs; correspondence of his wife Grace H. Howe relating to his last illness and death, 1931-1936; and clippings, articles, and some correspondence collected by Lela Stiles, Howe's secretary, primarily relating to his career and his death.

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