The Robert Theodore Curran Papers 1 document the foreign service career of Robert Theodore Curran. Containing correspondence, printed materials, photographs, and other materials, the Curran Papers provide a glipse into the life of a career foreign service officer. Material from Curran's time in Germany, Yemen, Mexico, and Morocco is retained. Correspondents include Congressmen Robert P. Griffin and Guy Vander Jagt, Ambassador Joseph Verner Read, and Philip E. Mosely. While the documents span the dates 1955-1990, most of the material dates between 1955 and 1984. The collection is contained in 4 archival boxes (6.0 linear feet).
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