The Art of Diplomacy: Creating American Foreign Policy in the 20th Century

Tuesday, October 21, 1997 to Tuesday, March 31, 1998

Robert Murphy, Roosevelt's personal envoy and Eisenhower's political advisor, pinned the distinguished service medal on Ike during the North African campaign.
The exhibition features papers, letters, and photographs from influential diplomats and foreign policy makers, focusing on the most significant issues during their careers. The documents used in the exhibit come from the collections of the Hoover Institution Archives. Some of the diplomats in the exhibit are Hugh Gibson, Stanley Hornbeck, Robert Murphy, Edward Lansdale, Robert Hill, Henry Kissinger, and George Shultz.

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