Guide to the Papers of William Dunfey, 1952 - 1991Manuscript MS-1039

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Box: 21, Dates: 1983-1991

Contains newspaper clippings, correspondence, articles, and other materials concerning the Center for Foreign Journalists; correspondence, newspaper clippings, minutes from meetings, meeting agendas, financial statements, and other materials concerning the Center for NH's Future; correspondence, agendas, a magazine, minutes, memorandum, financial statement, and other materials concerning the Conservation Law Foundation; correspondence and memorandum about the moving of Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC); agenda and minutes from the meeting of the board of overseers of Dartmouth Medical School; correspondence, memorandum, papers, and other materials from The Democracy Foundation; photographs of Dunfey with Kennedys, artwork of JFK and president Truman; newspaper clippings about the UNH budget; a paper and pamphlet by Rolf Lium; a directory of NH women's organizations; fall and spring 1984 copies of Journal for Constructive Change; "Vote Democratic" cards and other political fliers; water supply in NH publication; the May 4, 1977 copy of SAD; materials about the NH House of Representatives; and an unidentified reel sound recording.

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Box: 22, Dates: 1979-1980

Contains posters of "My Experiences as a UN Delegate", a talk given by Dunfey; the agenda and other materials of the 34th UN General Assembly; Dunfey's business cards relating his position as an Alternate Representative to the UN; UN letterhead and envelopes; newspaper clippings, articles, and correspondence about troubles in South Africa; Department of State publications pertaining to international relations; UN Press releases; correspondence, notes, and other materials about United Nations Day in NH; photographs of Dunfey from the UN; newspaper clippings about the UN; Dunfey's financial information during his time at the UN; correspondence about and reports from the UN; materials from the 4th Committee on African Issues; United States Mission to the UN Handbook; UN report to the Committee on Foreign Affairs; UN Official Guidebook; a copy of New York City Commission for the UN and the Consular Corps; copies of UN Press Releases; and copies of speeches given by Dunfey.

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Box: 23, Dates: 1974-1990

Contains photographs of Dunfey and politicians; clippings from the Concord Monitor; correspondence with Dennis Dinan; an invitation to Lyndon Johnson's inauguration; a draft copy of "This Was My World" by Dunfey; photographs of Dunfey with numerous public figures; information about New Hampshire Notables; a draft and published copy of "The First Step to the White House" by Charles Brereton; a copy of "New Hampshire Votes" by Charles Brereton; materials from Hugh Gallen's inauguration as NH Governor; and newspaper clippings, articles, and other materials about Governor Thompson.

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Box: 24, Dates: 1968-1990

Contains unanswered correspondence; newspaper clippings and articles about Ted Kennedy's run for President; a copy of "The Strategy of the 1960 Presidential Campaign of John F. Kennedy and Random Comparisons with Other Presidential Campaigns" by William Benson; Historical New Hampshire, Vol. 42, No. 3; an article about Dave Nelson; materials from the Center for Constructive Change; materials about Andrew Young; correspondence with Dennis Dinan; draft chapters of "This Was My World" by Dunfey; the September 1956 issue of New Hampshire Profiles; correspondence with Paul McEachern; correspondence with Harry Spanos and materials on his run for NH Governor; profiles of Ted Kennedy, Fred Jervis, Paul Tsongas; information about Omni Hotels in operation and those under development; articles about William Loeb as well as copies of his editorials in the Union Leader; correspondence with and articles about Andrew Young; obituary for Walter Dunfey; newspaper clippings and obituaries for Allard Lowenstein; Young Democrats letterhead; "Presidential Primaries in New Hampshire Politics" by Dunfey; a copy of "First Step to the White House" by Charles Brereton; Governor Hugh Gallen's obituaries and articles about his life; copies of addresses given by Dunfey; newspaper articles remembering JFK; an oral history interview with Bernard L. Boutin; correspondence concerning "This Was My World"; copies of "Campaigning with JFK - It was Different"; a copy of the New Hampshire Election Guide; and a copy of "First Primary: Presidential Politics in New Hampshire", a news publication put out by The Union Leader.

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Box: 25, Dates: 1960-1990

Contains a large photograph of Dunfey and others at an event; a shoe box full of political pins, matchbooks, lighters, stickers, and more; a guide to the JFK library; draft chapters of "This Was My World" by Dunfey; correspondence concerning "This Was My World"; a copy of "First Step to the White House" by Charles Brereton; correspondence with and speeches given by Dudley; materials on the JFK library; Historical New Hampshire Vol. 41, Nos. 3 and 4; correspondence and materials about a proposed work on William Loeb; and applications, correspondence, and other materials about Irish immigration and acquiring visas to the US.

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Box: 26, Dates: 1989-1991

Contains draft chapters of "This Was My World" by Dunfey; correspondence concerning "This Was My World"; other vignettes by Dunfey; letters of condolences about Dunfey's passing; correspondence with newspapers about articles; copies of obituaries, articles, personal letters, funeral programs, and other materials about William Dunfey; correspondence with Judson Hale; correspondence with Phil Kenney as well as materials about the Phil Kenney Project; correspondence with the JFK library concerning donation of materials; correspondence with Linda Vandegrift; and information on Dunfey's edit and research assistants, Jeanne Aspinwall, Chuck Brereton, Alison Cornish, and Evelyn Sacks.

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