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John P. Roche papers

 Collection
Identifier: 03-MWalB00406A

Scope and Contents

Materials in this collection date from 1960-1994, and are professional materials related to the many positions and appointments Roche held throughout his career. Highlights from the collection are as follows:

• A set of alphabetical correspondence files covering 1964-1982, mostly with authors, historians, political figures, and friends • Materials from Roche’s years serving in the White House under Lyndon Johnson, which include speeches he wrote for Johnson and others • Correspondence as a representative of and with members of many national political institutes and committees; Americans for Democratic Action is the most voluminous • Roche’s published and unpublished writing, most notably, the unpublished manuscript: A Study in Infiltration: The Communists in the American Veteran's Committee, 1945-1949 • Brandeis University and Fletcher School Correspondence, memoranda, and course material • Published articles during his time as a newspaper columnist and the response letters he received from readers

Dates

  • 1960-1994

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

This collection contains restricted materials. Please contact the University Archives & Special Collections in advance to request access.

Extent

24 Linear Feet (22 record center boxes and one oversize folder) : Collection will be smaller after full processing is complete

Language of Materials

English

Title
John P. Roche papers
Status
In Progress
Author
Maggie McNeely, based on the descriptive work of Bruce Rosen, archives volunteer
Date
Created 12/13/2018
Language of description
Undetermined
Script of description
Code for undetermined script
Language of description note
eng

Repository Details

Part of the Brandeis University Repository

Contact:
415 South St.
Waltham MA

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