Speeches and writings, correspondence, studies, reports, memoranda, and printed matter relating to American foreign relations
with South Vietnam and with Africa, especially Cameroon, Nigeria and South Africa; and to American government policy, especially
as reflected in activities of the Agency for International Development, regarding foreign aid and development assistance,
and promotion of foreign trade.
Leland J. Barrows was born in Lawrence, Kansas; he received his bachelor's and master's degrees in political science from
the University of Kansas. Before World War II he worked in the Department of Agriculture, and during the war he was the Assistant
Director of the War Relocation Authority.
26 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box, 1 oversize folder
(11.5 Linear Feet)
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