Robert A. Taft project : oral history, 1967-1971.
Scope and Contents
The life and career of Senator Robert A. Taft (1889-1953) are recounted by colleagues, friends, and family. Interviews describe his legal development and political growth as a Republican, his activities in Ohio and in Washington, and his family relationships.
Participants and transcript pagination: Harold B. Alderson, 27; Leslie C. Arends, 22; Stanhope Bayne-Jones, 62; Jack L. Bell, 22; Mrs. Robert L. Black, 37; Katharine Kennedy Brown, 41; Eugenie Mary Davie, 69; John W. Ewen, 18; Homer Ferguson, 16; L. Richard Guylay, 136; Marjorie Hein, 27; Bourke B. Hickenlooper; John B. Hollister; Edwin A. Lahey, 66; Alfred M. Landon, 48; Harry Maginnis, 17; Helen Taft Manning, 83; L. Randolph Mason, 41; Vernon Romney, 43; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rowe, 64; Thomas Shroyer; Barbara Taft, 79; Charles P. Taft, 55; Horace Taft, 81; Lloyd Taft, 113; Seth Taft, 30; Clare M. Torrey, 22; Walter Trohan; Paul Walter, 140; Howard Young, 24.