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Alpha files: McNamara, Robert: Volumes shipped, correspondence 1995-1996

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Digital Identifier:
MBPP-190-003
Title:
Alpha files: McNamara, Robert: Volumes shipped, correspondence 1995-1996
Date(s) of Materials:
23 August 1995-21 March 1996, undated
Extent:
21 digital pages
Collection:
McGeorge Bundy Personal Papers
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Series Number:
7.
Subseries Number:
7.1.
Preferred Citation:
McGeorge Bundy Personal Papers.((Scholar in Residence) Carnegie Corporation, 1938-1996. New York Office Files, 1961-1966 (inclusive), 1989-1996 (bulk). Alpha files: McNamara, Robert: Volumes shipped, correspondence 1995-1996. MBPP-190-003. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Physical Description:
21 digital pages
Media Type:
Paper
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