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Congo to be answered [congratulations on appointment], 1961

Congo to be answered [congratulations on appointment], 1961
24 July 1960-14 August 1961, undated
81 digital pages
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Gullion, Edmund A. (Edmund Asbury), 1913-1998
EAGPP-001-010
Edmund A. Gullion Personal Papers. Subject Files, 1943-1997. Congo to be answered [congratulations on appointment], 1961. EAGPP-001-010. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series contains files kept by Edmund A. Gullion on various topics. The records span his career as a Foreign Service officer with the State Department as well as his tenure as dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. Types of material present in this series include correspondence, speeches, oral history interviews, reports, publications, news clippings, and photographs. Please note that the documentation is sparse in most areas, as many of Gullion's records were lost in a fire in 1971.
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