The John O'Leary Papers contain documents by and about John O'Leary (1947-2005), U.S. Ambassador to Chile from 1998 to 2001 during the Clinton Administration. The collection includes correspondence (much of it by e-mail), photographs, reports, contact lists, and photo albums. There are a few letters from George W. Bush, O'Leary's wife Patricia Cepeda, Bill Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Janet Reno. Photographs depict Madeleine Albright, Bill Clinton, and many others.
The John O'Leary Papers represent a record of O'Leary's professional and private life. The O'Leary Papers are stored in 10 boxes (11.5 l.f.).
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