Title: John Cudahy Papers, 1933-1940
Primary Creator: Cudahy, John
Extent: -1.0 Cubic Feet
Arrangement: This collection is arranged into one series: Correspondence.
Scope and Contents of the Materials
This collection consists mainly of John Cudahy's correspondence with Franklin Roosevelt from his diplomatic posts in Warsaw, Dublin, and Brussels.
Collection Historical Note
John Cudahy was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on December 10, 1887. Trained as a lawyer, he served in a number of diplomatic posts during Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidency: Ambassador to Poland (1933-1937); Minister to Ireland (1937-1939); and Ambassador to Belgium and Minister to Luxembourg (1937-1939). John Cudahy died on September 6, 1943.
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Michael J. Cudahy
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[Series 1: Correspondence
Series 1: Correspondence
Correspondence with FDR, 1933-1940