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Democratic National Convention speeches, 1972

Democratic National Convention speeches, 1972
13 July 1972
13 digital pages
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O'Brien, Lawrence F. (Lawrence Francis), 1917-1990
LOBPP-200-009
Lawrence F. O'Brien Personal Papers. Democratic National Party Files, 1961-1975. 1972 Democratic National Convention Files. Democratic National Convention speeches, 1972
The 1972 Democratic national Convention Files series contains materials related to the 1972 Democratic National Convention held in Miami Beach, Florida in July 1972. The series contains materials surrounding the planning of the convention, including arrangements, credentials, security, lodging, among others; the official proceedings; and speeches given by O'Brien.
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