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Staff memos, 1962-1963 and undated

Staff memos, 1962-1963 and undated
24 March 1962-29 March 1963, undated
24 digital pages
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Byrd, William Henry
WHBPP-001-001
William Henry Byrd Personal Papers. Peace Corps Files, 1961-2008. Staff memos, 1962-1963 and undated. WHBPP-001-001. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series contains William Byrd’s files created during his time as director of the training program for the Peace Corps in Puerto Rico. Materials consist of staff memoranda, weekly reports, personal correspondence, training camp evaluations, newspaper clippings, Peace Corps publications, and transcripts and notes for presentations about the Peace Corps.
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