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Clippings, 1963

Clippings, 1963
1963: 14 March-November, undated
50 digital pages
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Hartigan, William J., 1923-1998
WJHPP-001-003
William J. Hartigan Personal Papers. Office Files, 1961-1968. Clippings, 1963. WJHPP-001-003. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series consists of materials relating to William Hartigan’s role as Assistant Postmaster General, Bureau of Transportation, as well as materials pertaining to his work with the Democratic Party. These papers include information related to mail transportation issues, the implementation of the zip code, departmental accomplishments and reports, as well as a large section of trip files relating to foreign and domestic postal issues. Materials include clippings, correspondence, photographs, subject files and trip files, among others.
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