Goodwill Ambassadors Bibliography
This is a stand-alone bibliography or webliography about "goodwill ambassadors" and "ambassadors of goodwill" this page is focused on textual references regarding the "honorable title" as well because it is through common law that an elected official of a territory can designate a goodwill ambassador.
Books About Goodwill Ambassadors
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International Goodwill Ambassador - 04/11/1986 - University Marketing and Communications
Goodwill Ambassadors: Hiroshima-Nagasaki World Peace Study Mission, 1963-1965, Collected Records, SCPC-CDG-A-Good-Will Ambassadors-Hiroshima-Nagasaki World Peace Study Mission. Swarthmore College Peace Collection.
Tan, Wendy W., American First Ladies as Goodwill Ambassadors,