Claude Pepper Library

The Pepper Library contains a unique collection of papers, photographs, memorabilia, and recordings from U.S. Congressman Claude Pepper (1900-1989) that spans the 20th century. The collection is of particular value to researchers conducting primary and secondary source research in the areas of policy studies, diplomacy, international affairs, and American history. The Pepper Library possesses an excellent primary source collection of over 1.4 million documents, 5,000 unique photographs, 4,500 books, 2,000 recordings and 1,800 artifacts.

636 W. Call Street, Tallahassee, FL 32306, Tallahassee, FL

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