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1961 CQ article on Lawrence F. O'Brien

1961 CQ article on Lawrence F. O'Brien
30 May 1961
30 digital pages
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O'Brien, Lawrence F. (Lawrence Francis), 1917-1990
LOBPP-090-008
Lawrence F. O'Brien Personal Papers. Congressional Liaison Files, 1961-1968. Subject and Name Files. 1961 CQ article on Lawrence F. O'Brien
The Subject and Name Files series contains material related to a variety of topics. Topics include appointments to various advisory boards; background checks and job placements stemming from Dorothy Davies at the Civil Service Commission; various political files, including patronage and election forecasts; and an assortment of interviews and articles about Larry O'Brien and his role as Congressional liaison. These articles and interviews do provide some background information and shed some light on the workings of the office.
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