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Film, Video John Tyler Papers

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  • John Tyler Papers


  • Interview

Event Date

  • June 01, 1996


  • -  This recording is not available.
  • -  Gerard Gawalt, an American History specialist with the Manuscript Division, has been a curator of Presidential Papers at the Library for more than thirty years. The Library's leading Thomas Jefferson expert, he is curator of the Jefferson exhibit. He, along with his daughter Ann, edited "First Daughters: Letters Between U.S. Presidents and Their Daughters."

Running Time

  • 21 minutes 3 seconds





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