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Charles Moorfield Storey at the Paris Peace Conference
On 14 December 1918, in Paris, a young lawyer from Boston had a conversation about the WWI peace proceedings with Walter Lippmann and William C. Bullitt. He recorded the discussion in his journal, noting that, after an hour, he "had the truth . . . and the truth was not good to see." More
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New England Family
Explore the ways in which the multiple meanings of fashion and fashionable goods are reflected in patterns of consumption and refashioning, recycling, and retaining favorite family pieces. View
Alexander Hamilton at the MHS
One of the founding fathers of the United States, Hamilton was a lawyer and political writer, a Revolutionary War officer, member of the Continental Congress, and the first Secretary of the Treasury. Explore Items from the MHS related to Hamilton, including pamphlets and letters by Hamilton and others. More