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William Yale Papers (Digital Surrogates)

Digital Surrogates from the William Yale Research Collection contain digitized copies of letters, reports, handwritten and typewritten journal pages, memorandums, handwritten drafts and notes, concerning William Yale's services as Department of State special agent (1917); wartime intelligence reports (1917-19); events of World War I in Near East, the Ottoman Empire and its dissolution, Near East diplomacy, the Balfour Declaration and Zionism (1917-19); the Paris Peace Conference (1919); and the American Section of the International Commission on Mandates in Turkey (King-Crane Commission) (1919).

Access copy available upon request.

Administrative access to preservation, nearline, and access files are available to archives staff at https://medusa.library.illinois.edu/collections/348

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