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Miscellaneous Correspondence., 01/24/1966-07/20/1987

 File — Box: 2, Folder: 64
Identifier: 35523

General Note

From the Series:

The Research Correspondence Series primarily consists of correspondence between Martin S. Quigley and those helping him in his research for "Peace Without Hiroshima." These correspondents include fellow O.S.S. veterans such as Earl Brennan and R. Carter Nicholas; historians such as Gaddis Smith and Richard J. Sommers; clergy members such as Robert A. Graham, S.J., Patrick O'Connor, Egidio Cardinal Vagnozzi; and Japanese officials such as Ken Harada, Augustin Masahide Kanayama and Bishop Benedict Tomizawa. The extensive correspondence between Quigley, Brennan and Graham are particularly interesting, with numerous accounts of the O.S.S. and its early history.


  • 01/24/1966-07/20/1987

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From the Collection: 12 Linear Feet (12 boxes)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Shelf Location


Container Summary

Miscellaneous correspondence between Martin S. Quigley and various people, mainly regarding research. Includes 2 ALSs from Leo Brady(?), 1 TLS from Michael F. Mayer, and 1 carbon from Quigley to Whitney Shepardson.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

QUIGLEY, MARTIN S. - CORRESP. FROM: Autographed Letter

BRADY, LEO J. - CORRESP. FROM: Autographed Letter

MAYER, MICHAEL F. - CORRESP. FROM: Autographed Letter


Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

Lauinger Library, 5th Floor
37th and O Streets, N.W.
Washington DC 20057