Memoirs, speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs relating to American-Gabonese relations,
the organizing conference of the United Nations, American foreign trade policy, international currency exchange activities
of the League of Nations, the oil industry in the Middle East, and Democratic Party politics, especially during the 1956 and
1960 presidential elections.
Charles Francis Darlington was an American businessman, diplomat, and economist who held several notable positions throughout
After graduating from Harvard in 1926, he served as a gold expert and currency specialist in the economic and financial section
of the League of Nations from 1928 to 1931,
followed by a position as financial advisor with the Bank for International Settlements in Basel.
11 manuscript boxes
(4.6 linear feet)
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Collection is open for research.