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Papers, 1933-1967

Correspondence, memoranda, legal papers, reports, printed material, speeches, and clippings relating to Roosevelt's position with the government and with private industry. Correspondents among the papers as the President's Secretary include Mary N. Dewson, Joseph F. Guffey, Harry Hopkins, Cordell Hull, Lyndon B. Johnson, David Lilienthal, Isador Lubin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Nathan Straus. Subjects include aviation, Bituminous Coal Commission, Child Labor Act, civil service, Democratic Party, federal housing, the Good Neighbor League, judicial affairs, labor, the Navy, social security, the Tennessee Valley Authority, unemployment, and various government offices and agencies. Also includes James Roosevelt's diary for 1937-1938 and his correspondence during his World War II Marine service
Archival Material, English, 1933