Guide to a microfilm edition of the Frank B. Kellogg papers, Volume 2

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Minnesota Historical Society, Sep 1, 1978 - Reference - 56 pages
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Consists of correspondence, speeches, press releases, memoranda, scrapbooks, and other personal papers and documents from Kellogg's years of public service as a U.S. senator from Minnesota (1917-1923), U.S. ambassador to Great Britain (1923-1925), Secretary of State in the cabinet of President Calvin Coolidge (1925-1929), and judge of the Permanent Court of International Justice (1930-1935).

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Contents

Introduction
1
Description of the Papers Roll Notes
9
Selected List of Authors
46
Selected Bibliography
52
Copyright

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