This collection comprises the papers of Henry J. Ryan who was politically active for the American cause in World War I. After
the war, he served as secretary and advisor to President Harding. After Harding's death, Ryan stayed on to serve President
Coolidge. His papers include photographs from major political and military figures, writings, correspondence, and a scrapbook
of newspaper clippings.
1.4 linear feet
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