The Juan Domingo Perón papers consist primarily of correspondence between Perón and his followers, conducted largely during
the period of his exile in Madrid, Spain. Among the correspondents are many of the major figures of the Peronist movement,
including trade union leaders in Argentina and exiled Peronist activists. The letters themselves contain detailed information
about rivalries and intrigues among different Peronist factions, and they record the efforts of Perón's lieutenants as they
sought both to curry favor in the eyes of their leader and to sustain the Peronist movement within Argentina. They also document
the roles played by Isabel Perón and José Lopez Rega in the last years of Juan Perón's life.
10 manuscript boxes, 2 oversize boxes
(5.4 linear feet)
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Collection is open for research.