Correspondence, interview transcripts, speeches and writings, memoranda, notes, printed
matter, and photographs, relating to post-World War II American foreign policy,
especially formulation of the Marshall Plan, international trade policy, and Atlantic
unity; the cotton industry; and family affairs. Includes original family correspondence,
especially between Will Clayton and his fiancee Susan Vaughan, 1897-1902; copies of State
Department documents and other papers; and papers of Ellen Garwood, daughter and
biographer of Will Clayton, relating to her father.