Title: Raymond Moley Papers, 1930-1957
Primary Creator: Moley, Raymond
Extent: -1.0 Cubic Feet
Arrangement: This collection is arranged in three series: Correspondence, Speeches and Writings, Clippings and other Printed Material.
Scope and Contents of the Materials
This collection includes personal correspondence to his wife written while on the campaign trail with Franklin D. Roosevelt, speeches and writings, newspaper clippings, and other printed materials on political events.
Collection Historical Note
Raymond Moley was a supporter and aide to then-Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt and helped to assemble the advisors that Roosevelt selected to accompany him to the White House. Moley assisted Roosevelt in drafting some of his speeches including the first inaugural address, but eventually he did not share the same political ideologies as President Roosevelt and their association ended.
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This collection is available for use by the general public.
This material is subject to copyright restrictions under Title 17 of the U.S. Code.
Box and Folder Listing Browse by Series:
[Series 1: Correspondence, 1930-1957],
[Series 2: Speeches and Writings, 1931-1940
[Series 3: Clippings and other Printed Materials, 1932-1940
Series 1: Correspondence, 1930-1957
This series contains letters written by Moley to his wife while he was traveling as a campaign aide to Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Correspondnece, 1936-1939, 1957