Albert Henry Washburn papers
The papers of Albert Henry Washburn contain correspondence, records, notes, memoranda, photographs, scrapbooks and published material related to his career as a U.S. District Attorney, minister in the U.S. Legation in Austria, professor of political science and international law and secretary to Henry Cabot Lodge. Of note are the records of his time in Vienna which chronicle the post Wold War I political and social upheaval, and traces the development of the various socialist, anti-Semitic and democratic contestants in the political melee of the 1920s.
- 1877 - 1955
- Washburn, Albert Henry, 1866-1930 (Person)
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Permission from Dartmouth College required for publication or reproduction.
30 linear ft. (24 boxes)
Language of Materials
Albert Henry Washburn (1866-1930), minister to the U.S. legation in Vienna, professor and lawyer. The collection consists of correspondence, records, notes, memoranda, photographs, scrapbooks and published material related to his career as a lawyer, professor and government official.
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