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ADAMS, SHERMAN

ADAMS, SHERMAN: RECORDS, 1952-59. Governor, New Hampshire, 1949-53; Chairman, Conference of New England Governors, 1951-52; The Assistant to the President, 1953-58. 19 feet. [For further information concerning the Adams "records" see John E. Wickman's "Partnership for Research," Dartmouth College Library Bulletin, X (April 1969), 93-97. Researchers interested in the Adams "papers" at Dartmouth should see Kenneth E. Shewmaker's "The Sherman Adams Papers," ibid., 88-92.]

ADCOCK, CLARENCE L.

ADCOCK, CLARENCE L.: "201" File, 1918-54. U.S. Army officer, 1918-49. -1 foot.

ADKINS, BERTHA

ADKINS, BERTHA: PHOTOGRAPHS

ADKINS, BERTHA S.

ADKINS, BERTHA S.: PAPERS, 1907-83. Republican National committeewoman, Maryland, 1948-58; Assistant Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1953-58; Under Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1958-60. 30 feet.

ALLEN, GEORGE E.

ALLEN, GEORGE E.: PAPERS, 1942-69. Friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower; Treasurer, Democratic National Congressional Committee, 1940-73; Secretary, Democratic National Committee, 1943; author of Presidents Who Have Known Me (photocopies). -1 foot.

ALLEN, GEORGE H.

ALLEN, GEORGE H.: PAPERS, 1949. Official, Harvard Business School Club of New York. -1 foot.

ALLEN, TERRY DE LA M.

ALLEN, TERRY DE LA M.: PAPERS, 1942-45; CORRESPONDENCE, May 1964. Commander, First Infantry Division, 1942-43; Commander, 104th Infantry Division, 1943-46. -1 foot.

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY: Record of contributors to Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Bible Fund, 1969. 1 foot.

ANDERSON, JACK Z.

ANDERSON, JACK Z.: PAPERS, 1952-68. Special Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture, 1955-56; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1956-61. -1 foot.

ANDERSON, JACK Z.

ANDERSON, JACK Z.: RECORDS, 1956-61. 1 foot.

ANDERSON, ROBERT B.

ANDERSON, ROBERT B.: PHOTOGRAPHS

ANDERSON, ROBERT B.

ANDERSON, ROBERT B.: PAPERS, 1937-85. Secretary of the Navy, 1953-54; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1954-55; Secretary of the Treasury, 1957-61; lawyer; oil and gas developer. 150 feet. ALSO: [A06-2] .5 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

ARCHIBOLD, JOHN E.

ARCHIBOLD, JOHN E.: PAPERS, 1947-79. Denver, Colorado, businessman; friend of Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower. -1 foot.

ARCHIBOLD, JOHN E.

ARCHIBOLD, JOHN E.: PHOTOGRAPHS

AREEDA, PHILLIP E.

AREEDA, PHILLIP E.: PAPERS, 1952-62. 1st Lieutenant, USAF, Office of Air Force General Counsel, 1955-56; member, White House Staff for Economic Affairs and Higher Criticism,1956-58; Assistant Special Counsel to the President, 1958-61; Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, 1963. 9 feet.

AREEDA, PHILLIP E.

AREEDA, PHILLIP E.: RECORDS, 1953-61. 2 feet.

ARNOW, PHILIP

ARNOW, PHILIP: Assistant Director, Office of International Affairs, Department of Labor; Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Executive Director, U.S. Presidential Railroad Commission. Records (a component of Records of the Department of Labor Group 174), 1953-61. 1 foot.

AURAND, HENRY

AURAND, HENRY: PHOTOGRAPHS

AURAND, HENRY S.

AURAND, HENRY S.: PAPERS, 1873-1967. Commanding General, 6th Service Command,1942-44; Commanding Officer, Normandy Base Section, 1944-45; Commanding General, Services of Supply, China Theater, 1945; Commanding General, 6th Service Command, 1946; Commanding General, Africa-Middle East Theater, 1946; Director of Research and Development, War Department, 1946-48; Director of Logistics, General Staff, U.S. Army, 1948-49; Commanding General, U.S. Army, Pacific Theater, 1949-52; newspaper columnist, 1954-63. 40 feet.

BACON, EDWARD A.

Bacon, Edward A.: Photographs

BACON, EDWARD A.

BACON, EDWARD A.: PAPERS, 1864 and 1896-1968. Chairman, Executive Council Air Coordinating Committee, 1953-60; Assistant to the Secretary of the Army for Canal Zone Affairs, 1954; member, Tolls Committee, St. Lawrence Seaway, 1958; member, Interstate Commission, Potomac River Basin, 1958-61; U.S. Chairman, International Joint Commission, U.S. and Canada, 1959-61; Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management, 1954-60. 17 feet.

BARKER, RAY W.

BARKER, RAY W.: PAPERS, 1942-46. Assistant Chief of Staff, War Plans Division, U.S. Forces in the British Isles, 1942-43; Deputy Chief of Staff, Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, European Theater of Operations, 1943-44; Deputy Chief of Staff, SHAEF, 1944; Assistant Chief of Staff, G-1, SHAEF, 1944-45. 2 feet.

BARNES, BERT B.

BARNES, BERT B.: MATERIAL RE U.S. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, 1953-72. Executive Assistant to Assistant Postmaster General, 1953-57; 1st Deputy Assistant Postmaster General, 1957-59; Assistant Postmaster General, 1959-61. 1 foot.

BAUER, ROBERT A.

Bauer, Robert A.: Photographs

BAUER, ROBERT A.

BAUER, ROBERT A.: PAPERS, 1939-98. Broadcaster, Free Austria Radio, France, 1939-40; broadcaster and Division Chief, Voice of America, 1942-58; Public and Cultural Affairs Officer, Department of State, 1958-72. -1 foot.

BAUGHMAN, URBANUS E.

BAUGHMAN, URBANUS E.: PAPERS, 1953-71. Chief, U.S. Secret Service, 1948-61. -1 foot.

BEACH, EDWARD L.

BEACH, EDWARD L.: PAPERS, 1935-62. Executive Officer, U.S.S. Tirante, 1944; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Piper, 1945; Personal Aide to Chief of Naval Personnel, 1945-47; Office, Chief of Naval Operations, 1947-48; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Amberjack, 1948-49; Naval Assistant to Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1949-51; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Trigger II, 1951-53; Naval Aide to the President, 1953-57; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Salamonie, 1957-58; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Triton, 1958-61; author. 14 feet.

BEACH, EDWARD L. and EVAN P. AURAND

BEACH, EDWARD L. and EVAN P. AURAND: RECORDS, 1953-61. Naval Aides to the President. 10 feet.

BECKER, RALPH

BECKER, RALPH: PAPERS, 1957-87. Lawyer; Trustee, National Cultural Center, 1958-61 and 1970-76. -1 foot.

BENEDICT, STEPHEN

BENEDICT, STEPHEN: PAPERS, 1951-55. Assistant to Dr. Gabriel Hauge, Research Director of Citizens for Eisenhower, 1951-53; Assistant to the Administrative Assistant to the President for Economic Affairs, 1953-54; Assistant Staff Secretary, 1954-55. 3 feet.

BENNETT, ELMER F.

BENNETT, ELMER F.: PAPERS, 1950-82. Legislative Counsel, Department of Interior, 1953-56; Assistant to Secretary of Interior, 1956-57; General Counsel, Department of Interior, 1957-58; Under Secretary of Interior, 1958-61. 10 feet.

BENSON, EZRA TAFT

BENSON, EZRA TAFT: PAPERS, 1952-61. Secretary of Agriculture, 1953-61. 2 feet. (partly on microfilm) ALSO: .5 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

BERG, AARON

BERG, AARON: PAPERS, 1947-72. Executive Chairman, National Committee of Columbia University Alumni for Eisenhower and Committee of the Eisenhower Program, 1952-56. -1 foot.

BERLIN, IRVING

BERLIN, IRVING: PAPERS, 1952-83. Composer. - 1 foot.

BERMINGHAM, EDWARD J.

BERMINGHAM, EDWARD J.: CORRESPONDENCE WITH DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, 1948-58. Columbia University Trustee (photocopies). 1 foot.

BETTS, THOMAS J.

BETTS, THOMAS J.: PAPERS, 1913-77. Brigadier General; Intelligence Officer, SHAEF, 1944-May 1945; Director of Intelligence, U.S. Group, Control Council for Germany, May 1945; author of numerous articles, short stories, and poems. 4 feet. (closed pending processing)

BEVAN, VELBER K.

BEVAN, VELBER K.: PAPERS, 1951-1952. Korean War veteran. .2 feet.

BICKS, ROBERT A.

BICKS, ROBERT A.: PAPERS, 1953-1962. Staff member, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice, 1953-59; Assistant Attorney General, 1960-61. 4 feet.

BIRD, JOHN

BIRD, JOHN: MATERIAL RE ARTICLES WRITTEN BY DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER FOR THE SATURDAY EVENING POST. Senior Editor, Saturday Evening Post, 1960-64, Editor-at-Large, 1964-69. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

BISSELL, RICHARD M., JR.

BISSELL, RICHARD M., JR.: PAPERS, 1909-95. Consultant, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948; Assistant Deputy Administrator, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948; Deputy Director & Acting Director, Mutual Security Agency, 1951-52; Consultant to the Director, Mutual Security Agency, 1952-55; Special Assistant to the Director, Central Intelligence Agency, 1954-59; Deputy Director of Plans, Central Intelligence Agency, 1959-62; Co-director of the National Reconnaissance Office, 1961-62; Executive Vice President, Institute for Defense Analysis, 1962; President, Institute for Defense Analysis, 1962-64. 34 feet. (For further information about this collection, please see Appendix)

Calendar Series
Correspondence Series
Cosmopolitan Shipping Company Consulting Series
Covenant Group Series
Economics Notes and Papers Series
Ford Foundation Series
Historic and Oversize Papers Series
Hoagland Consulting Series
Interviews Series
Marshall Plan Series
Miscellaneous Publications Series
National Defense Problems Group Series
Oral History Interviews Series
Personal Information and Biographical Series
Social Science Research Council Series
Subject Series
Talks and Papers Series
United Aircraft Series
United States Steel Consulting Series
Walt and Eugene Rostow Series

BLACK, LILLIAN "RUSTY" BROWN: PAPERS, 1945-2005. Red Cross worker, World War II; Ssecretary on White House staff, 1953-61; Personal Secretary to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1962-67. 2 feet.

BOILLOT, CLAUDE E.

BOILLOT, CLAUDE E.: PAPERS, 1934-84. U.S. Representative, Suez Canal Company (Compagnie Universelle du Canal Maritime de Suez), 1952-78. 10 feet.

BOOKMAN, GEORGE B.

BOOKMAN, GEORGE B.: PAPERS, 1981-93. Journalist; edited memoirs of Gabriel Hauge. -1 foot.

BORTMAN, MARK

BORTMAN, MARK: PAPERS, 1956-67. Member, Board of Directors, and Chairman, Civic Committee, People-to-People Program, 1956-67. 25 feet.

BOSTER, DAVIS E.

BOSTER, DAVIS E.: PAPERS, 1949-2005. Political Officer, American Embassy, Moscow, 1947-49; Desk Officer for the Soviet Union, Department of State, 1949-54; Political Officer, American Embassy, Bonn 1954-58; Personal Assistant to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, 1958-59; Officer in Charge of Soviet Union Political Affairs, Department of State, 1959-62; Political Officer, American Embassy, Mexico City, 1963; United States Ambassador to Bangladesh, 1974-76; United States Ambassador to Guatemala, 1976-1979. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

BRAGDON, JOHN STEWART

BRAGDON, JOHN STEWART: PAPERS, 1954-62. Staff Advisor on Public Works Planning, Council of Economic Advisors, 1954-55; Special Assistant to the President to Coordinate Public Works Planning, 1955-60; member, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1960-61. 4 feet.

BRAGDON, JOHN STEWART

BRAGDON, JOHN STEWART: RECORDS, 1949-61. 37 feet.

BRAINARD, CHARLES L.

BRAINARD, CHARLES L.: PAPERS, 1945-67. Member, The Eisenhower Foundation; Secretary, The Eisenhower Presidential Library Commission. 5 feet.

BRERETON, LEWIS H.

BRERETON, LEWIS H.: PAPERS, 1918-67. Commander, Far East Air Force, Philippines, 1941; Deputy Air Commander in Chief, Allied Air Forces, Java, 1942; Commander, Middle East Air Force (9th Air Force), 1942-43; Commanding General, 9th Air Force, European Theater,1943-44; Commander, 1st Allied Airborne Army, 1944-45; Chairman, Military Liaison Committee to the Atomic Energy Commission, 1945-58. -1 foot.

BRIGGS, RUTH M.

BRIGGS, RUTH M.: PAPERS, 1942-54. Secretary to General Walter Bedell Smith. -1 foot.

BROOKS, GLADYS HARDING

BROOKS, GLADYS HARDING: PAPERS, 1915-69. Boyhood friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.

BROWNELL, HERBERT JR.

BROWNELL, HERBERT JR.: PHOTOGRAPHS

BROWNELL, HERBERT, JR.

BROWNELL, HERBERT, JR.: PAPERS, 1877-1988. Lawyer; member, New York State Legislature, 1933-35; Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1944-45; campaign manager for Thomas Dewey, 1948; Attorney General, 1953-57; Chairman, National Study Commission on Records and Documents of Federal Officials, 1975-77. 114 feet.

BROWNELL, HERBERT, JR.

BROWNELL, HERBERT, JR.: ADDITIONAL PAPERS 1897-1996.

BUCHANAN, MRS. WILEY T.

BUCHANAN, MRS. WILEY T.: PAPERS, 1952-64. Wife of U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg,1953-57, and Chief of Protocol, U.S. Department of State, 1957-61. 17 feet. (closed pending processing)

BUCKNER, SIMON BOLIVAR, JR.

BUCKNER, SIMON BOLIVAR, JR.: PAPERS, 1941-45. Commanding General, Alaska Defense Command, 1941-44; Commanding General, Tenth Army, 1944-45. -1 foot.

BUENNING, ARVEL E.

BUENNING, ARVEL E.: PAPERS, 1936-63. Chairman, Dickinson County Republican Central Committee of Kansas, 1951-53. 4 feet.

BULKELEY, JOHN D.

BULKELEY, JOHN D.: PAPERS, 1928-84. Commander, motorboat submarine chaser, Division 2, 1941; Commander, motor torpedo boat, Squadron 3, U.S. Asiatic Fleet, 1941-42; Commander, Task Force 122.4.4, Normandy Invasion, 1944; Commander, U.S.S. Endicott, 1944-45. 1 foot.

BULL, HAROLD R.

BULL, HAROLD R.: PAPERS, 1943-68. Commanding General, Replacement and School Command, Army Ground Forces, Birmingham, Alabama, 1942-43; Chief of Operations and Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, Headquarters, European Theater, 1943-44; Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Forces, 1944; Commanding General, 4th Infantry Division, 1944; Chief of Staff, U.S. Forces, European Theater, 1945-46. 1 foot.

BULLIS, HARRY A.

BULLIS, HARRY A.: PAPERS, 1947-63. Chairman of the Board, General Mills, 1948-59; Chairman, Mutual Security Operations Team to Formosa, 1953; member, Hoover Commission Task Force on Overseas Economic Operations, 1954-55; Trustee, National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1954-59; Chairman, Business Organizations Committee, People-to-People Program, 1956. -1 foot.

BURCHMAN, LEONARD

BURCHMAN, LEONARD: PAPERS, 1952. Director of Publicity, New York State Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952. -1 foot.

BURGESS, W. RANDOLPH

BURGESS, W. RANDOLPH: PAPERS, 1951-62. Deputy to Secretary of Treasury, 1953-54; Under Secretary of Treasury, 1955-57; U.S. permanent representative to NATO, 1957-61. -1 foot.

BURNS, ARTHUR F.

BURNS, ARTHUR F.: PAPERS, 1928-69. Chairman, Council of Economic Advisors, 1953-56; Chairman, Advisory Board on Economic Growth and Stability, 1953-56; Chairman, Cabinet Committee on Small Business, 1956; member, President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy, 1961-66; President, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1957-67. 58 feet.

BURROUGHS, ROBERT P.

BURROUGHS, ROBERT P.: PAPERS, 1953-59. Businessman; Finance Chairman, Republican State Committee of New Hampshire; Special Advisor to Dwight D. Eisenhower in presidential campaigns of 1952 and 1956. -1 foot.

BUTCHER, HARRY C.

BUTCHER, HARRY C.: PAPERS, 1910-59. Naval Aide to General Eisenhower. 7 feet.

BUTTERFIELD, SAMUEL H.

BUTTERFIELD, SAMUEL H.: PAPERS, 1948-2005. Staff member, Department of Labor, 1950-53; Bureau of the Budget, 1953-58; International Cooperation Administration and Agency for International Development, 1958-80; director, aid missions to Tanzania, 1966-68, and Nepal, 1976-80; affiliate professor, University of Idaho, 1981-89; conservation advisor to Botswana, 1985-87. 25 feet.

BYROADE, HENRY A.

BYROADE, HENRY A.: PAPERS, 1940-92. Assistant Secretary of State, 1952-55; Ambassador to Egypt, 1955-56; Ambassador to Union of South Africa, 1956-59; Ambassador to Afghanistan, 1959-62. -1 foot.

CABOT, JOHN M.

CABOT, JOHN M.: PAPERS, 1929-78. Foreign Service Officer, 1926-65; stationed in Dominican Republic, 1929-31; Guatemala, 1939-41; Argentina, 1945-46; Yugoslavia, 1947; China, 1948-49; Finland, 1950-52; Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, 1953-54; Ambassador to Sweden, 1954-57; Ambassador to Columbia, 1957-59; Ambassador to Brazil, 1959-61; Ambassador to Poland, 1962-65. Depository - Tufts University. 22 reels. (microfilm)

CAMPBELL, SAMUEL J.

CAMPBELL, SAMUEL J.: PAPERS, 1955-60. Cattle breeder, friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.

CANNON, C. CRAIG

CANNON, C. CRAIG: PAPERS, 1945-54. Aide to General Eisenhower, 1946-48 and 1950-52. -1 foot.

CANNON, JAMES M.

CANNON, JAMES M.: PHOTOGRAPHS

CANNON, JAMES M.

CANNON, JAMES M.: RECORDS, 1988-91. President of Eisenhower Centennial Foundation. -1 foot.

CANOLE, JAMES

CANOLE, JAMES: PAPERS, 2005. Kansas State Architect, 1961-67. Involved in the continued development of the Eisenhower Presidential Library. Designer of the Eisenhower Library Place of Meditation. -1 foot.

CARLSON, JOSEPH W.

CARLSON, JOSEPH W.: PERSONAL PAPERS AND "A HISTORY OF THE U.S. ARMY ENGINEERS, 1944-45." Officer with Army Corps of Engineers at Normandy base section in 1944. -1 foot.

CARROLL, PAUL T.

CARROLL, PAUL T.: PAPERS, 1941-68. Military associate, 1945-52; Staff Secretary and Defense Liaison Officer in the White House, 1953-54. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

CASE, CHARLES A.

CASE, CHARLES A.: PAPERS, 1944-67. Abilene friend. Depository - Dr. and Mrs. John Case. 1 reel. (microfilm)

CHAPIN, CHARLES H.

CHAPIN, CHARLES H.: PAPERS, 1911-30. U.S. Military Academy classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.

CHASE, MARGARET

CHASE, MARGARET: PAPERS, 1942-60 AND 1983. Red Cross volunteer in North Africa and Europe. -1 foot.

CHESNEY, EARLE D.

CHESNEY, EARLE D.: RECORDS, 1956-61. Assistant to the Deputy Assistant to the President, 1954-61. -1 foot.

CHILSON, HATFIELD

CHILSON, HATFIELD: PAPERS, 1956-58 AND 1968. Under Secretary of the Interior, 1956-58. -1 foot.

CLARK, A. DAYTON

CLARK, A. DAYTON: PAPERS, 1930-63. Assistant Naval Attache, London, 1940-41; Operations Officer, London, 1941; U.S. Naval Liaison Officer, British Far Eastern and Indian Ocean Fleet, 1941-42; Staff of Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet, Navy Department, Washington, D.C., 1942-43; Commanding Officer, Mulberry "A", 1944. -1 foot.

CLARK, EDWIN N.

CLARK, EDWIN N.: PAPERS, 1939-80. Army Officer, friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. 4 feet.

CLARK, MARK W.

CLARK, MARK W.: PAPERS, 1918-66. Commander in Chief, Ground Forces, Europe, 1942-43; Commander, 5th Army, Italy, 1943-44; Commanding General, 15th Army Group, 1944-45; Commander, 6th Army, 1947-49; Commander in Chief, U.N. Command Korea, 1949-52. Depository - The Citadel, Charleston, S.C. 12 reels. (microfilm)

COCHRAN, JACQUELINE

COCHRAN, JACQUELINE: PAPERS, 1932-75. Aviator; Director of Women Pilots, U.S. Air Force, 1943-45; Colonel, U.S. Air Force Reserve; consultant to NASA; author, The Stars at Noon; cosmetics company executive; member, California State and Riverside County Republican Central Committees; participant in the campaign to secure the Republican party's presidential nomination for Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952. 228 feet.

Scope & Content Note
Air Force Series, 1948-71
Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) Series, 1941-44
Articles Series, 1938-63
Business Series, 1935-72
Eisenhower Campaign Series, 1952
Federation Aeronautique Internationale (FAI) Series, 1958-64
General Election Files Series, 1956-61
General Files Series, 1932-75
National Aeronautic Association (NAA) Series, 1958-63
Ninety-Nines Series, 1930-44
Primary Political Files Series
Scrapbook Series, 1932-71
Speech Series, 1938-69
Speed Records Series, 1939-71
Stars At Noon Series, 1951-72
Trips Series, 1945-71
Women's Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) Series, 1941-72

COLLINS, J. LAWTON: PAPERS, 1896-1975. Commander, VII Corps, 1944-45; Chief of Staff of the Army, 1949-53; Special Ambassador to Vietnam, 1954-55. 17 feet.

COMBINED CHIEFS OF STAFF

COMBINED CHIEFS OF STAFF: CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, 1941-45. 1 foot.

COOK, GILBERT R.

COOK, GILBERT R.: PAPERS, 1911-63. Commanding General, 104th Infantry Division, 1942-43; Commanding General, XII Corps, 1943; Deputy Commander, Third Army, 1943-44. 4 feet.

COOK, RICHARD W.

COOK, RICHARD W.: PAPERS, 1940-73. Engineer, Oak Ridge Nuclear Facility, 1944-51; Deputy General Manager, Atomic Energy Commission, 1951-58; Executive, American Machine and Foundry Company, 1958-64; Executive, Marshall Space Flight Center, NASA, 1964-73. 3 feet.

COOPER, GEORGE V.

COOPER, GEORGE V.: PAPERS, 1950-68. Businessman, New York City; alumnus of Columbia University, friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

COTA, NORMAN D.

COTA, NORMAN D.: PAPERS, 1912-61. Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, 1st Division, U.S. Army, 1941-43; Assistant Commander, 29th Infantry Division, European Theater of Operations, 1943; Commanding General, 28th Infantry Division, ETO, 1944-45. 2 feet. (partly on microfilm) ALSO: [A75-12/1; A90-15] 1.5 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

COTTER, CORNELIUS P.

COTTER, CORNELIUS P.: PAPERS, 1959-61. Executive Director, Republican Committee on Program and Progress, 1959-60. 2 feet.

COUCH, VIRGIL L.

COUCH, VIRGIL L.: PAPERS, 1951-90. Director of Industrial Preparedness and Security, Federal Civil Defense Administration and successor agencies, 1956-72. 10 feet.

COUGHRAN, TOM B.

COUGHRAN, TOM B.: PHOTOGRAPHS

COUGHRAN, TOM B.

COUGHRAN, TOM B.: PAPERS, 1917-93. Officer, Bank of America, 1927-71; Officer, Army Finance Corps, 1942-44; Civil Affairs Officer, SHAEF, 1944-45; member, Export Advisory Commission, Department of Commerce, 1953-57; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs, 1957-58. 3 feet.

COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS, OFFICE OF

COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS, OFFICE OF: RECORDS, 1953-61. 11 feet.

COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS, OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN

COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS, OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN: RECORDS, 1953-60. 6 feet.

CULL, RICHARD

CULL, RICHARD: PAPERS, 1941-89. News correspondent, Dayton (Ohio) Daily News. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

CUTLER, ROBERT

CUTLER, ROBERT: PAPERS, 1895-1974. Chairman, Old Colony Trust Co., 1953, 1955-60; Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1953-55 and 1957-58; member, Operations Coordinating Board; member, Council on Foreign Economic Policy; Chairman, National Security Planning Board, 1953-55 and 1957-58; U.S. Executive Director, Inter American Development Bank, 1960-62; Special Assistant to Secretary of Treasury, 1960-62. 12 feet.

DARBY CORPORATION

DARBY CORPORATION: RECORDS, 1942-46. Industrial manufacturing company of Kansas City, Kansas. 168 feet. (closed pending processing)

DARBY, HARRY

DARBY, HARRY: Papers. Annual Correspondence Files, 1938-1979.

DARBY, HARRY

DARBY, HARRY: Papers. Early Correspondence Files, 1924-1937.

DARBY, HARRY

DARBY, HARRY: Papers. Overview of collection.

DARBY, HARRY

DARBY, HARRY: PAPERS, 1925-85. U.S. Senator from Kansas, 1949-50; member, Republican National Committee for Kansas, 1940-64; member, Eisenhower Foundation; Chairman, Eisenhower Presidential Library Commission. 513 feet. (closed pending processing)

DAVIE, ROBERT C.

DAVIE, ROBERT C.: PAPERS, 1944-76. Army Finance Officer. -1 foot.

DAVIES, PETER

DAVIES, PETER: Newspaper clippings re the 1919 Transcontinental Motor Convoy, 1919. British writer. -1 foot.

DAVIS, CHESTER R.

DAVIS, CHESTER R.: PAPERS, 1955-56. Director, Trust Department, Chicago Title and Trust Company, 1938-63; Senior Vice President, Trust Department, Chicago Title and Trust Company, 1947-60; Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management, 1955-57. 2 feet.

DAVIS, KENNETH S.

DAVIS, KENNETH S.: PROOFS OF SOLDIER OF DEMOCRACY: A BIOGRAPHY OF DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, 1943-45. War correspondent and author. 1 foot.

DAVIS, THOMAS JEFFERSON

DAVIS, THOMAS JEFFERSON: PAPERS, 1916-64. Adjutant General, Allied Force Headquarters, North African Theater, 1942-44; Adjutant General, SHAEF, 1944-45. 1 foot.

DEVERS, JACOB L.

DEVERS, JACOB L.: PAPERS, 1939-49. 10 reels. (microfilm)

DODGE, JOSEPH M.

DODGE, JOSEPH M.: PAPERS, 1952-64. Chairman of the Board, The Detroit Bank, 1954-56; Chairman, Detroit Bank & Trust Company, 1956-63; Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1953-54; Chairman, Council on Foreign Economic Policy, 1954-56; member, President's Commission to Study the U.S. Military Assistance Program, 1958-64; Consultant, National Security Council, 1959-64. 5 feet.

DONOVAN, ROBERT J.

DONOVAN, ROBERT J.: MANUSCRIPTS OF EISENHOWER: THE INSIDE STORY, 1956. Journalist, New York Herald Tribune, 1937-63; Chief, Washington Bureau, New York Herald Tribune, 1957-63; President, White House Correspondents' Association, 1954. -1 foot.

DOUBLEDAY AND COMPANY

DOUBLEDAY AND COMPANY: DRAFTS, PROOFS, AND OTHER MATERIAL RE AT EASE: STORIES I TELL TO FRIENDS, 1966-67. 3 feet. (closed pending processing)

DOUBLEDAY AND COMPANY

DOUBLEDAY AND COMPANY: DRAFTS, PROOFS, AND OTHER MATERIALS RE THE WHITE HOUSE YEARS. 5 feet. (closed pending processing)

DOUD, ELIVERA M.

DOUD, ELIVERA M.: COLLECTION OF FAMILY MEMORABILIA AND NEWSPAPERS RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER. 11 feet.

DOWD, ELEANOR

DOWD, ELEANOR: PHOTOGRAPHS

DOWD, ELEANOR M.

DOWD, ELEANOR M.: PAPERS, 1897-1953. Genealogist; 6th cousin of Mamie Eisenhower. 1 foot.

DRAPER, ELISABETH C.

DRAPER, ELISABETH C.: PAPERS, 1954-80. Interior decorator who designed interior of Eisenhower farmhouse at Gettysburg (photocopies). -1 foot.

DRAPER, WILLIAM G.

DRAPER, WILLIAM G.: PAPERS, 1943-63. Personal Pilot, Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, 1950-52; Commanding Officer, 7167th Special Air Mission Squadron, Wiesbaden, Germany, 1952-53; Air Force Aide to President Eisenhower, “Columbine” Pilot, 1953-61. 8 feet.

DRAPER, WILLIAM G.

DRAPER, WILLIAM G.: RECORDS, 1953-61. 13 feet.

DRUMM, THOMAS E., JR.

DRUMM, THOMAS E., JR.: PAPERS, 1933-86. Deputy Administrator, War Assets Administration, 1946-49; Executive Secretary, Military Production and Supply Board, NATO, 1949; Chief, Defense Industrial Affairs Staff, Foreign Operations Administration, 1952-54; staff member, U.S. Bureau of the Budget, 1954-58; Counselor for Commercial Affairs, U.S. Embassy, Paris, France, 1962-67; Ombudsman for Business, Department of Commerce, 1971-73; lobbyist, Macmillan Ward Ostwald, Inc., 1973-80. 10 feet.

DULLES, ELEANOR

DULLES, ELEANOR: PHOTOGRAPHS

DULLES, ELEANOR LANSING

DULLES, ELEANOR LANSING: PAPERS, 1880-1973. Economic Officer, State Department, 1942-45; U.S. Representative, Bretton Woods Conference on International Monetary Fund, 1944; Financial Attache, Vienna, 1945-49; Western European Division, State Department, 1949-51; Special Assistant, Office of German Affairs, State Department, 1952-62; Professor, Georgetown University, 1963-71. 55 feet.

DULLES, JOHN FOSTER

DULLES, JOHN FOSTER: PAPERS, 1951-59. Secretary of State, 1953-59. 29 feet [For further information concerning the Dulles papers, see John W. Hanes Jr.’s “The Dulles Papers - Landmark of History.” Foreign Service Journal XXXVI, (October, 1959), 21-23; and John E. Wickman’s John Foster Dulles’ “Letter of Gift,” The American Archivist, 31 (October, 1968), 355-62.]

Scope & Content Note
Appointments Schedules Series
Draft Presidential Correspondence Series
General Correspondence Series
Gerard C. Smith Series
JFD Chronological Series
JFD-JMA Chronological Series
Personnel Series
Special Assistants Chronological Series
Subject Series
Telephone Conversations Series
White House Memoranda Series

Edward L. Beach and Evan P. Aurand

AURAND, EVAN P.: PAPERS, 1934-72. Officer, U.S. Pacific Fleet, 1942-45; Commander of various fighter squadrons, 1943-55; Executive Officer, U.S.S. Hancock, 1955-57; Naval Aide to the President, 1957-61; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Greenwich Bay, 1961; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Independence, 1961-62; Commander, various antisubmarine warfare forces, 1962-72. 21 feet. Also see Edward L. Beach and Evan P. Aurand: Records, 1953-61. Naval Aides to the President. 10 feet.

EISENHOWER CENTENNIAL COMMISSION

EISENHOWER CENTENNIAL COMMISSION: RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees, Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1987-91. 2 feet.

EISENHOWER EXECUTIVE OFFICE BUILDING

EISENHOWER EXECUTIVE OFFICE BUILDING: COLLECTED MATERIALS, c.1927-1990. 1 foot. (closed pending processing)

EISENHOWER FOUNDATION

EISENHOWER FOUNDATION: RECORDS, 1944. -12 feet. (closed pending processing)

EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY

EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY:

Collection of 20th Century Military Records, 1918-59. 49 feet.
Map Collection, 1855-1988. 15.9 feet.
Material re the 25th Anniversary of D-Day, June 6-7, 1969. -1 foot.
Material re the Dwight D. Eisenhower Centennial, 1990. 5 feet.
Museum Manuscripts Transferred to Library, 1969-1981. 20.5 feet.
Records: Building and Grounds Files, (a component of Records of the National Archives and Records Administration: Record Group 64), 1959-1985. 6.5 feet
Records: Oral History Program Files, (a component of Records of the National Archives and Records Administration: Record Group 64), 1962-1991. 4.5 feet.
Small Manuscript Collections, 37.8 feet. (partly on microfilm)

EISENHOWER PREWAR DIARIES AND SELECTED PAPERS, 1905 - 1941

EISENHOWER PREWAR DIARIES AND SELECTED PAPERS, 1905 - 1941: Manuscript. Pre-publication proof copy [Published edition edited by Daniel D. Holt and James W. Leyerzapf available in library book collection] -1 foot. Review upon Demand

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: Post-Presidential Papers, Christmas Cards from Heads of State and Foreign Dignitaries, 1948-1967. 1.5 feet.

EISENHOWER, BARBARA

EISENHOWER, BARBARA: PAPERS, 1951-72. -1 foot.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: Personnel Records (a component of Records of the Office of the Adjutant General: Record Group 407), 1910-73. 2 feet.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

PRESIDENTIAL DICTABELT RECORDINGS, January 4, 1955 to March 5, 1955

Summaries of Dictabelt audio recordings of conversations between President Eisenhower and various individuals including Leonard Hall, Chairman, Republican National Committee; Press Secretary James C. Hagerty; Secretary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks and Assistant Secretary of Commerce, Robert Murray; Senator Walter George; US Representative Frances Bolton; Roy Howard, Scripps-Howard Publications; and Paul G. Hoffman, Chairman of the Board, Studebaker-Packard Corporation.

The Library does not have any additional Dictabelt recordings of Eisenhower during the presidential period.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY DICTABELT RECORDINGS, 1949-50

Summaries of Dictabelt recordings of conversations between Dwight D. Eisenhower and the following persons: C. W. Boyer, Godfrey Lowell Cabot, John Henshaw Crider, editor of The Boston Herald, Dr. and Mrs. Rudolph R. De Villiers, John Foster Dulles, Edwin N. Clark, Arthur Gardner, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, John Gunther, Dr. Max Immanuel, President of the US Foreign Trade Company, General Thomas D. Campbell, Henry Schley, Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Clarence M. Malone, Richard M. Pittinger, Director of Public Relations, Portland Chamber of Commerce, Roy Rutherford, and at least one unidentified man. These conversations took place in 1949-50 while Eisenhower was president of Columbia University. Topics of discussion include politics, the world situation, communism, liberalism and conservatism, the economy, and numerous other matters.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: DIARIES, 1935-38, 1942, 1948-53, 1966, 1968, 1969. -1 foot.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: FINANCIAL PAPERS, 1921-69. 23 feet. (closed pending processing)

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: Fiscal Records (a component of the Records of the General Accounting Office: Record Group 217), 1911-61. Less than 1 foot. [R]

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: PAPERS, PRE-PRESIDENTIAL, 1916-52.

Principal File
Secondary File
Miscellaneous File

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: PAPERS AS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 1953-61 (Ann Whitman File). 122 feet. (partly on microfilm) [For further information about this collection, please see Appendix A]

Administration Series
Ann Whitman Diary Series
Cabinet Series
Campaign Series
DDE Diary Series
Drafts Series
Dulles-Herter Series
Gettysburg Farm Series
International Series
International Meetings Series
Legislative Meetings Series
Miscellaneous Series
Name Series
NSC Series
Presidential Transitions Series
Press Conferences Series
Speech Series
Stag Dinner Series

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: PAPERS, POST-PRESIDENTIAL, 1961-69. 935 feet.

1961 Principal File
1962 Principal File
1962-63 Signature File
1963 Principal File
1964 Principal File
1964 Signature File
1965 Principal File
1965 Signature File
1966 Principal File
1966 Signature File
1967 Principal File
1967 Signature File
1968 Principal File
1969 Principal File
Appointment Books Series
Augusta-Walter Reed Series
Christmas Cards from Heads of State and Foreign Dignitaries
Convenience File Series
Cookbook Series | Recipes
Funeral Arrangements and Tributes Series
Record of Western Novels Read
Secretary's Series
Special Name Series
Speech Series

Papers of Unreviewed Series for Review upon Demand
(Correspondence and Greeting Files) 643 feet
Description Identifier: 7408500

Anniversary Cards, 1962
Unused DDE/MDE 50th anniversary acknowledgement cards
Unused greeting cards, Hallmark
Pre-Acc.: 1961 Birthday Cards and Letters
Pre-Acc.: 1961 Christmas and Thanksgiving cards
Pre-Acc.: 1961 Secondary Files (.4 cu. ft.)
Pre-Acc.: 1961 Secondary Files (46.1 cu. ft.)
Pre-Acc.: 1962 Christmas and Thanksgiving cards
Pre-Acc.: Oversized material, 1962-63
Pre-Acc.: 1962-1963 Secondary Files
Pre-Acc.: Correspondence answered by card, 1/61 (NARS)
Pre-Acc.: Oversize material, 1961
Pre-Acc.: Scrapbooks from Mary Ann Tiedje, 1962
A64-26: 1962 Birthday cards and letters
A65-09: Get Well Cards (10/64)
A65-10: 1964 Birthday cards and letters
A65-11: 1964 Secondary Files
A66-02: 1965 Birthday cards and letters
A66-03: 1964 Christmas and Thanksgiving cards
A66-04; A66-04/1; A66-04/2: Get Well Cards (11/65)
A66-10: 1965 Christmas and Thanksgiving cards
A66-15: 1965 Secondary Files
A66-18: Drafts and other material re: The White House Years, 1961-1965
A67-23; A67-23/1; A67-24; A67-24/1: 50TH Anniversary Cards, 1966
A67-31: 1966 Birthday cards and letters, general pubic
A67-32: 1966 mutual birthday cards
A67-33: 1966 Birthday cards and letters, heads of state and friends
A67-39: 1966 Secondary Files
A67-41: Get Well Cards 1966
A67-42: 1966 Christmas and Thanksgiving cards, general public
A67-42/1: 1966 Christmas and Thanksgiving cards, personal friends
A68-03: Get Well Cards (5/67)
A68-08: 51st Anniversary Cards, 1967
A68-09: Gettysburg office, staff memos, personal, etc.
A68-17: 1967 Secondary Files
A68-19: 1967 Birthday cards and letters
A68-20: Get Well Cards (8/67)
A68-21: Get Well Cards (10/67)
A68-24: Material re: transfer of files, etc. from White House
A68-32: 1967 Christmas and Thanksgiving cards
A69-04; A69-04/1: Get Well Cards (5/68)
A69-24: 1968 Birthday cards and letters
A69-29: 1968 Signature Files
A69-37: 1968 Secondary Files
A69-40: Designating Eisenhower Center as final resting place of Gen. and Mrs. Eisenhower, 1963
A70-12: 1968 Christmas and Thanksgiving cards, personal friends
A70-13: Get Well Cards (2/23/69)
A70-14: Get Well Cards (after 3/28/69)
A70-15: 1968 Christmas and thanksgiving cards, general public
A70-22: US Secret Service Manual for DDE
A70-39: Administrative Files
A70-40: Material sent upon request by office of General Eisenhower
A70-44: Printed cards used in answering correspondence
A70-45: Stationery, envelopes, greeting, autograph, calling cards, printed invitation forms
A70-64: 1969 Secondary Files
A70-80: Permanent Bulk File
A70-94: Material removed from DDE's office shortly after his death
A70-95: Appointment books, 1961-63
A70-106: 1969 Signature Files
A70-111: Record of autographs given by DDE, 1962-1968
A70-112: Record of gift copies of Mandate for Change and Waging Peace
A70-113: Pattern letters used by Gettysburg office
A71-54: CBS television interview with Walter Cronkite, Oct. 12, 1961
A71-66: Handbook of protective division; Augusta members; Class of 1915, etc.
A72-15: Get Well Cards (2-3/69)
A73-25: Membership cards and other miscellaneous materials

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: RECORDS AS PRESIDENT, DAILY APPOINTMENTS, 1953-61. 13 feet. (partly on microfilm)

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: RECORDS AS PRESIDENT, WHITE HOUSE CENTRAL FILES, 1953-61. 3,171 feet. (partly on microfilm) [For further information about this collection, please see Appendix B]

Alphabetical File
Bulk Mail File
Confidential File
General File
General Files Cross-Reference Sheets
Large Items from Top of Cabinet Cupboard Rooms 65, 68, 71, 74, 98
Legal Sized Case Files
Official File
Permanent File, Office of Executive Clerk Hopkins
Pre-Inaugural File
President's Personal File
Room 98 File Series
Unofficial Annual Reports

Unreviewed Series / Items for Review upon Demand
16.5 Cubic Feet
Description Identifier 1125

Acknowledgements re DDE's speech to UN
Carbons of telegrams re to Housing & Home Finance Agency
Collection of suggestions to DDE upon expiration of his term in office
Copies of Columbine guest book; Citizens for Eisenhower pledges, 1956
Documents issued by International Monetary Fund
Farewell Address
Geographical card index of gifts to MDE
Inauguration materials for 1957
Index to DDE's Press Conferences and Press Releases
Index to Names, Addresses & other Information on Persons and
Organizations with related records
Organizational card file index
Original Drafts, July 1956-August 1959
White House Mail, Weekly Reports
Papers and memorabilia as President of the U.S.
Pay Cards
Presidential Movement Logs, 1953-1961
Reports filed by Miss Hein, 2/18/60
Reports, Studies re: Congress
Social Security bill 1956
Society of American Military Engineers certificate
Washington Legislative Bulletin

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT D.: Veterans Claim and Benefit Records (a component of Records of the Veterans Administration: Record Group 15), 1911-69. -1 foot.

EISENHOWER, EARL D.

EISENHOWER, EARL D.: PHOTOGRAPHS

EISENHOWER, EARL D.

EISENHOWER, EARL D.: PAPERS, 1917-70. -1 foot. ALSO: [98-7; 98-7/1; 99-7] 2.2 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

EISENHOWER, EDGAR N.

EISENHOWER, EDGAR N.: PAPERS, 1952. Lawyer; brother of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.

EISENHOWER, JOHN S. D.

EISENHOWER, JOHN S. D.: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER ALBUMS

The photographs in this collection were removed from a series of albums containing awards,
diplomatic documents, and photographs presented to Dwight D. Eisenhower during his military
and Presidential career. Most of the photographs are undated, but the majority date from World
War II period. President Eisenhower gave the albums to his son, John S. D. Eisenhower who
later donated them to the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library.

Because of the size and condition of the original album, researchers will be provided with a
facsimile of the albums. The page numbers and arrangement of the albums has been noted on the
facsimile. While each photo has been assigned an individual number, the pages are numbered
with the original album and page numbers. Photos that were stored between pages have been
noted on the facsimile; accession numbers correspond with their location within the album.

Photographs were transferred to the Audiovisual Collection from Manuscripts in March 2006;
processing of the photographs was completed in June 2010.

EISENHOWER, JOHN S. D.

EISENHOWER, JOHN S. D.: Drafts and other material re The Bitter Woods, 1944-68. 9.5 feet.

EISENHOWER, JOHN S. D.

EISENHOWER, JOHN S. D.: Dwight D. Eisenhower Albums, 1911-1961. 9 feet.

EISENHOWER, JOHN S. D.

EISENHOWER, JOHN S. D.: Letters to Mamie Manuscript Materials, 1942-45 & 1977.

EISENHOWER, JOHN S. D.

EISENHOWER, JOHN S. D.: PAPERS, 1922 -. 19 feet. (closed pending processing)

EISENHOWER, LOUISE

EISENHOWER, LOUISE: PAPERS, 1942-52. -1 foot. (closed pending processing)

EISENHOWER, MAMIE DOUD

EISENHOWER, MAMIE DOUD: PAPERS, 1894-1979. 392 feet. [For further information concerning the Mamie Doud Eisenhower Papers, see Martin M. Teasley's "Ike Was Her Career: The Papers of Mamie Doud Eisenhower." Prologue, Summer 1987 (Vol. 19, No. 2), 106-115.]

1961-62 Correspondence Series
1963 File Series
1964 File Series
1965 File Series
1966 File Series
1967 File Series
1968 File Series
1969 File Series
1970 File Series
1969 Birthday and Christmas Cards Series
1969 Secondary File and NFA Correspondence Series
Columbia University Series
Condolence Mail Series
Scrapbooks and Albums Series
SHAPE Series
Tributes on Death of General Dwight D. Eisenhower
White House Series

Papers of Unreviewed Series for Review upon Demand
(Correspondence and Greeting Files) 289 feet
Description Identifier: 7419370

Pre-Acc.: Birthday Cards, 1961
A64-26: Birthday Cards received by Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower
A66-8: Birthday Cards, 1964
A66-9: Birthday Cards, 1969
A68-18: Birthday cards, general public, Nov. 1967
A70-42: "No Further Action" Files, 1967-68
A70-42/1: Additional "No Further Action" Correspondence
A70-52: Sympathy Messages upon Death of Mrs. J.W. Doud
A70-70: 1969 Signature Files
A71-44: 1970 Signature Files
A71-52: 1970 "No Further Action" Files
A72-44: 1971 Signature File
A73-2: 1970 Christmas Cards
A73-11: Additional 1971 Signature Files
A73-31: 1972 Signature Files
A73-46: 1973 Signature Files
A74-22; A74-32: 1974 Signature Files
A75-28: Composite Accession of Additional Papers, FY 1975
A76-15: Composite Accession of Additional Papers, FY 1976
A76-33: Additional Papers (.4 cubic feet)
A76-33: 1972 Files
A76-33: 1973Files
A76-33: 1974 Files
A76-33: 1975 Files
A76-33/3: June 1953 Eisenhower Family Genealogy Chart
A77-4: Letters from the General Public Brought to Library by Mrs. Eisenhower in 1976
A77-4/1: Additional Papers – Cards and Letters
A77-4/2: Additional Papers – Cards and Letters
A77-4/3: Additional Papers – Cards and Letters
A77-4/4: Additional Papers – Cards and Letters and Memorabilia
A77-4/5: Public Mail and Certificates
A77-4/6: Papers, 1952-76
A77-4/6: Personal Files
A77-4/7: Cards, Letters and Memorabilia from General Public
A77-19: Composite Accession of Additional Papers, FY 1977
A78-12: Papers and Memorabilia, 1950 - 77
A78-12/1: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A78-12/2: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A78-12/3: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A78-12/4: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A78-12/5: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A78-27: Composite Accession of Additional Papers, FY 1978
A79-3: Composite Accession of Additional Papers, FY 1979
A79-5: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A79-5/2: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A79-5/3; A79-5/4: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A79-5/5: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public Pertaining to 82nd Birthday
A79-5/6; A79-5/8: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A79-5/9: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A79-5/10: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A79-5/11: Papers and Memorabilia from General Public
A80-5: Composite Accession of Additional Papers, FY 1980
A80-11: Personal Correspondence and Financial Records
A80-11/1: Appraisal Reports – Personal Property
A81-17; A82-9: Composite Accession – FY 1981-82
A82-10: "Get Well" Cards and Letters Received During the Last Few Months of Life
A83-12: Correspondence from Charitable Organizations

EISENHOWER, MAMIE DOUD

EISENHOWER, MAMIE DOUD: PERSONAL FILES, 1952-76. 0.7 feet.

EISENHOWER, MILTON S.

EISENHOWER, MILTON S.: PAPERS, 1938-85. 20 feet. ALSO: [A70-2; 86-13; 85-1; 84-1; 82-15; 78-2; 78-2/1; 86-13; 83-14; 87-4] 3.7 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

EISENHOWER-DOUD

EISENHOWER-DOUD: COLLECTION OF CLIPPINGS AND OTHER MEMORABILIA, 1911-59. 4 feet.

ELLIS, EDMUND D.

ELLIS, EDMUND D.: MATERIAL RE U.S. MILITARY ACADEMY CLASS OF 1915, 1949-82. U.S. Military Academy classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower; Secretary of the U.S. Military Academy class of 1915, 1960 -. -1 foot.

ELLSWORTH, HARRIS

ELLSWORTH, HARRIS: PAPERS, 1956-59. Member, U.S. House of Representatives, 1943-56; Chairman, U.S. Civil Service Commission, 1957-59. 1 foot.

ELSE, JOHN HUBERT

ELSE, JOHN HUBERT: PAPERS, 1925-68. Administrative Assistant for Senators Clyde Reed (1947-49), Harry Darby (1949-50), Frank Carlson (1950-51); National Affairs Counsel, National Retail Lumber Dealers Association, 1951-65. 2 feet.

ELSON, REV. EDWARD L. R.

ELSON, REV. EDWARD L. R.: PAPERS, 1947-1992. Pastor, National Presbyterian Church, Washington, D.C., 1947-1973; Chaplain of the Senate, 1969-1981. -1 foot.

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS, OFFICE OF

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS, OFFICE OF: PRINTED MATERIALS, 1953-61. 5 feet

ENDACOTT, J. EARL

ENDACOTT, J. EARL: PHOTOGRAPHS

ENDACOTT, J. EARL

ENDACOTT, J. EARL: PAPERS, 1944-74. Executive Secretary, Eisenhower Foundation; Curator, Eisenhower Museum, 1947-71. 5 feet.

ENDACOTT, J. EARL

ENDACOTT, J. EARL: RECORDS, 1945-70. Executive Secretary of the Eisenhower Foundation and curator of the Eisenhower Museum. 21 feet.

ENGELS, ROBERT V.

ENGELS, ROBERT V.: CORRESPONDENCE AND POLITICAL MATERIAL, 1952. Montana alternate delegate and delegate, 1952 Republican National Convention. -1 foot.

ERICKSON, THURMAN C.

ERICKSON, THURMAN C.: PAPERS, 1941-45. Businessman; interned by Japanese in Manila, Philippines, 1941-45. -1 foot.

ESKIND, DAVID B.

ESKIND, DAVID B.: PAPERS, 1940-73. -1 foot.

EWALD, WILLIAM B.

EWALD, WILLIAM B.: PAPERS, 1953-85. Special Assistant to the President (speech writer), 1954-56; Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior, 1956-61; assisted Dwight D. Eisenhower in the writing of The White House Years, 1961-65; author of several books on the Eisenhower administration and the McCarthy era, 1967-85. 22.5 feet.

FARMER, GUY O.

FARMER, GUY O.: PAPERS, 1944-95. Lawyer; Chairman, National Labor Relations Board, 1953-55. 12 feet. (closed pending processing)

FINDER, LEONARD V.

FINDER, LEONARD V.: PAPERS, 1930-69. Newspaper editor and publisher. 14 feet.

FINUCANE, CHARLES C.

FINUCANE, CHARLES C.: PAPERS, 1954-58. Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management, 1954-55; Under Secretary of the Army, 1955-58; Assistant Secretary of Defense,1958-61. 7 feet.

FITZGERALD, DENNIS A.

FITZGERALD, DENNIS A.: PAPERS, 1945-69. Secretary General, International Emergency Food Council, 1946-48; Director, Food and Agricultural Division, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948-51; Associate Deputy Director, Mutual Security Agency, 1952; Deputy Director, Foreign Operations Administration, 1953; Deputy Director of Operations, International Cooperation Administration, 1955-61; Senior Consultant to Managing Director, UN Special Fund, 1963; Research Scholar, Brookings Institute, 1962-66. 13 feet.

FLEMMING, ARTHUR S.

FLEMMING, ARTHUR S.: PAPERS, 1939-75. Member, U.S. Civil Service Commission, 1939-48; First and Second Hoover Commissions, 1948-49 and 1953-55; President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization, 1953-61; Director, Office of Defense Mobilization, 1953-58; Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, 1958-61; President, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1948-53; University of Oregon, 1961-68. 128 feet.

FORD, VINCENT T.

FORD, VINCENT T.: Unpublished Manuscript “Twenty-Four Minutes To Checkmate,” 1953-1957. Advisor to U.S. Air Force on missile development. -1 foot.

FORNEY, ABE

FORNEY, ABE: PAPERS, 1946-62. Childhood friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.

FOX, FREDERIC E.

FOX, FREDERIC E.: PAPERS, 1917-81. Congregational minister, 1952-56; Special Assistant in the White House, 1956-57; Staff Assistant to the President, 1957-61; Recording Secretary, Princeton University, 1964-81. 52 feet. (partly on microfilm)

FOX, FREDERIC E.

FOX, FREDERIC E.: RECORDS, 1953-61. 20 feet.

FRANCIS, CLARENCE

FRANCIS, CLARENCE: PAPERS, 1933-73. Corporation executive; author; Special Consultant to the President and Chairman, Interagency Committee on Agricultural Surplus Disposal. 4 feet.

FRANCIS, CLARENCE

FRANCIS, CLARENCE: RECORDS, 1954-60. 12 feet.

FRANK, TIM

FRANK, TIM: Propaganda Leaflets, 1945; 1952-53. -1 foot.

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT LIBRARY COLLECTION

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT LIBRARY COLLECTION: RECORDS REGARDING CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF ARTIFICIAL HARBORS FOR THE NORMANDY INVASION (MULBERRY "B"), 1943-44. 4 feet.

FRANTZ, HARRY W.

FRANTZ, HARRY W.: PAPERS, 1954-61. International editor and correspondent, Washington Bureau, United Press International. 4 feet.

FURNAS, CLIFFORD C.

FURNAS, CLIFFORD C.: PAPERS, 1918-69. Chancellor, University of Buffalo, 1954-62; Chairman, Guided Missile Commission, Research and Development Board, 1952-53; Chairman, Department of Defense Advisory Panel on Aeronautics, 1954-57; member, U.S. Army Science Advisory Panel, 1954-69; member, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1955-57; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Development, 1955-57; Chairman, Air Navigation Development Board, 1956-57; member, Defense Science Board, 1957-69; member, Naval Research Advisory Committee, 1958-59; Chairman, Defense Science Board, 1961-65; Vice Chairman, National Research Council, 1968-69. 10 feet. ALSO: [A72-48] 1.6 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

FURNAS, CLIFFORD COOK

FURNAS, CLIFFORD COOK: Additional Papers, 1914-69. 1.2 feet.

GABEL, RICHARD

GABEL, RICHARD: PAPERS, 1937-97. Telephone Equipment Specialist, U.S. Army, 1942-46; Telephone Specialist, Federal Communications Commission, 1946-50, and Rural Electrification Administration, 1950-60; Director of Communication Division, General Services Administration, 1960-66; Department of Commerce representative to National Commission on Telecommunications Policy, 1967-69; Senior Economist, White House Office of Telecommunications Policy, 1969-74; private consultant on telephone matters, 1974-97; advisor to Department of Justice on AT&T anti-trust case. 16 feet. (closed pending processing)

GAINES, JOAN B.

GAINES, JOAN B.: PAPERS, 1958-60. Director of Interpretation, White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1958-60. -1 foot.

GALE, OLIVER M.

GALE, OLIVER M.: MEMORANDUM RE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE, 1971. Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, 1957-60. Memorandum re Secretary of Defense, 1971. -1 foot.

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION: RECORDS RE EISENHOWER LIBRARY SITE ACQUISITION, 1956-82. -1 foot.

GERHARDT, CHARLES H.

GERHARDT, CHARLES H.: MEMOIRS, 1913-67. Commanding General, 29th Infantry Division, 1943-46. -1 foot. (partly on microfilm)

GILLEM, ALVAN C., JR.

GILLEM, ALVAN C., JR.: COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS RE GILLEM BOARD AND NEGROES IN THE ARMED FORCES, 1945-51. Chairman, Board of Officers on the Utilization of Negro Manpower in the post-war Army, 1945. -1 foot.

GILMER, DAN

GILMER, DAN: SHAEF REPORTS, "GRAPHICS ANALYSIS" AND "OPERATIONS DATA," 1943-44. Secretary of the General Staff, SHAEF, 1944. -1 foot.

GINDER, PHILIP DE WITT

GINDER, PHILIP DE WITT: PAPERS, 1927-68. Senior Military Attache, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1949-51; Commander, 6th Infantry Regiment, Berlin, 1951-52; Commander, 45th Infantry Division, Korea, 1953. 10 feet.

GINZBERG, ELI

GINZBERG, ELI: PAPERS, 1948-69. Faculty member, Columbia University, 1935 -; Director, Conservation of Human Resources project, 1950 -. -1 foot.

GLENNAN, T. KEITH

GLENNAN, T. KEITH: DIARY, 1959-61. President, Case Institute of Technology, 1947-66; member, Atomic Energy Commission, 1950-52; Administrator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1958-61. -1 foot.

GLICK, EDWARD M.

GLICK, EDWARD M.: PAPERS, 1953-57. Speech Writer, Department of State, 1951-53 and Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1953-57. -1 foot.

GOTWALS, CHARLES P.

GOTWALS, CHARLES P.: PAPERS, 1945-46. Officer, Military Justice Division, Judge Advocate for U.S. Forces, European Theater, 1945-46. -1 foot.

GRADY, JOHN J.

GRADY, JOHN J.: PAPERS, 1955-98. Special agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1940-47; staff member, Foreign Operations Administration, 1951-55; Deputy Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Air force, 1955-60; Deputy Director for Management, International Cooperation Administration, 1960. -1 foot.

GRAHAM, EMMETT S.

GRAHAM, EMMETT S.: PAPERS, 1941-62. Executive Secretary of the Eisenhower Foundation. 6 feet.

GRANT, ALAN G.

GRANT, ALAN G.: PAPERS, 1927-2003. Psychological warfare activist. 10 feet.

GRANT, ALAN G., JR.

GRANT, ALAN G., JR.: PHOTOGRAPHS

GRAY, GORDON

GRAY, GORDON: PAPERS: 1946-1976. Publishing and broadcasting company executive; Assistant Secretary of the Army, 1947-49; Secretary of the Army, 1949-50; Special Assistant to President Truman, 1950; President, University of North Carolina, 1950; Director, Psychological Strategy Board, 1951; Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission, Personnel Security Board which investigated J. Robert Oppenheimer, 1954; Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1955-57; Director, Office of Defense Mobilization, 1957-58; Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1958-61; member, Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, 1961-62. 4 feet. (partly on microfilm)

GRAY, ROBERT K.

GRAY, ROBERT K.: RECORDS, 1954-60. Special Assistant for Manpower, Navy Department, 1955-56; Special Assistant to the President, 1956-58; Secretary to the Cabinet, 1958-61. 1 foot.

GREENE, JOHN ROBERT

GREENE, JOHN ROBERT: MANUSCRIPT AND MATERIALS RE THE CRUSADE: THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1952, 1979-83. Assistant professor of Arts & Sciences, Cazenova College, 1986-90. 8 feet.

GROVER, JAMES ALLEN

GROVER, JAMES ALLEN: PHOTOGRAPHS

GROVER, JAMES ALLEN

GROVER, JAMES ALLEN: PAPERS, 1936-53. Time magazine executive; Associate Director of the Office of Facts and Figures, c. 1941-1942. -1 foot.

GRUBER, WILLIAM R.

GRUBER, WILLIAM R.: PAPERS, 1929, 1940, 1954. Army Officer, friend of Eisenhower family. -1 foot.

GRUENTHER, ALFRED

GRUENTHER, ALFRED: PHOTOGRAPHS

GRUENTHER, ALFRED M.

GRUENTHER, ALFRED M.: PAPERS, 1942-83. Chief of Staff, 5th Army, 1943-44; Commanding General, 15th Army Group, 1944-45; Deputy Commander, U.S. Forces in Austria, 1945-46; Deputy Commandant, National War College, 1946-47; Director, Joint Staff, 1947-49; Deputy Army Chief of Staff, 1949-50; Chief of Staff, SHAPE, 1950-53; Supreme Commander, SHAPE, 1953-56; President, American Red Cross, 1957-64. 145 feet.

Appointment Books Series
Condolence Mail Series
Eisenhower Correspondence Series
Family Correspondence Series
General Correspondence Series
NATO Series
President's Commission on an All-Volunteer Armed Force Series
Red Cross Series
Retirement Series
Scrapbooks, Photo Albums, Awards, and Printed Materials Series
U.S. Army Series

GRUENTHER, HOMER H.: RECORDS, 1953-60. Assistant to the Deputy Assistant to the President, 1953-61. 7 feet.

GUILFOYLE, JAMES H.

GUILFOYLE, JAMES H.: PAPERS, 1951-2000. Korean War fighter pilot, 1951-53. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

GULLEY, DAVID

GULLEY, DAVID: PHOTOGRAPHS

HAGERTY, JAMES C.

HAGERTY, JAMES C.: PAPERS, 1952-74. Press Secretary to the President, 1953-61. 47 feet.

HALL, GEORGE

HALL, GEORGE: PAPERS, 1976-99. Biographer of Mattie Pinnette, WAC secretary to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1944. -1 foot.

HAMLIN, JOHN H.

HAMLIN, JOHN H.: PAPERS, 1952-60. Director for Small Business, Department of Defense, 1954-56; Executive Assistant in the White House, 1956-59; Executive Secretary, Committee on Government Activities Affecting Prices and Costs, 1959; research division, Nixon-Lodge campaign, 1959-60. -1 foot.

HAMLIN, JOHN H.

HAMLIN, JOHN H.: RECORDS, 1956-59. 2 feet.

HANES, JOHN W., JR.

HANES, JOHN W., JR.: PAPERS, 1950-70. Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1953-57; Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Organizations, 1957-58; Administrator, Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs, 1958-61. 4 feet.

HANSEN, LAURENCE J.

HANSEN, LAURENCE J.: PAPERS, 1944-77. Personal pilot to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1942-45. -1 foot.

HARLOW, BRYCE N.

HARLOW, BRYCE N.: RECORDS, 1953-61. Special Assistant to the President, 1953; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1953-58; Deputy Assistant to the President for Congressional Affairs, 1958-61. 20 feet.

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HARLOW, BRYCE N.: SCRAPBOOKS, 1952-63. -1 foot.

HARR, KARL G., JR.

HARR, KARL G., JR.: PAPERS, 1943-1996. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, International Security Affairs, 1956-1958; Special Assistant to the President for Security Operations Coordination, 1958-1961. 2 feet.

HAUGE, GABRIEL

HAUGE, GABRIEL: RECORDS, 1952-58. Research director, Citizens for Eisenhower, 1951-52; research director for personal campaign staff, Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952; Administrative Assistant to the President for Economic Affairs, 1953-56; Special Assistant to the President for Economic Affairs, 1956-58. -1 foot.

HAZELTINE, CHARLES B.

HAZELTINE, CHARLES B.: PAPERS, 1942-44. Chief, Psychological Warfare Branch, Allied Force Headquarters, North African Theater. -1 foot.

HAZLETT, EDWARD E. "SWEDE"

HAZLETT, EDWARD E. "SWEDE": PAPERS, 1941-65. Boyhood friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.

HEILBRONN, KURT

HEILBRONN, KURT: PAPERS, 1944-52. Pilot for Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1945. -1 foot.

HELLER, SAM R.

HELLER, SAM R.: PAPERS, 1941-2002. President, Eisenhower Foundation, 1951-69. -1 foot.

HELMICK, CHARLES G.

HELMICK, CHARLES G.: PHOTOGRAPHS

HELMICK, CHARLES G.

HELMICK, CHARLES G.: PAPERS, 1912-85. Army general officer. -1 foot.

HENRY, LAURIN L.

HENRY, LAURIN L.: PAPERS, 1952-61. Staff Assistant, Public Administration Clearing House project to study presidential transitions, 1952-55; Staff Assistant, Brookings Institute project to study presidential transitions, 1956-61. 7 feet.

HERTER, CHRISTIAN A.

HERTER, CHRISTIAN A.: PAPERS, 1957-61. Governor of Massachusetts, 1953-57; Under Secretary, State Department, 1957-59; Secretary of State, 1959-61. 8 feet.

HESS, STEPHEN H.

HESS, STEPHEN H.: RECORDS, 1959-61. Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1959-61. 1 foot.

HIBBS, BEN

HIBBS, BEN: PAPERS, 1962-69, 1972. Editor, Saturday Evening Post, 1942-62. 1 foot.

HIGLEY, HARVEY V.

HIGLEY, HARVEY V.: PAPERS, 1941-83. Administrator, U.S. Veterans Administration, 1953-57. 2 feet.

HOAGLAND, HENRY W.

HOAGLAND, HENRY W.: PAPERS, 1931-1995. Staff member, Republican Congressional Campaign Committee, 1946, 1950 and 1952 campaigns; advance man for Dwight D. Eisenhower's campaign trips, 1954-58. 2 feet.

HOBBS, LELAND

HOBBS, LELAND: PAPERS, 1918-67. Commander, 30th Infantry Division, European Theater, 1942-45. 2 feet.

HOBBY, OVETA CULP

HOBBY, OVETA CULP: PAPERS, 1952-55. Editor and Publisher, Houston Post, 1952-53; Administrator, Federal Security Administration, 1953; Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, 1953-55. 73 feet.

HODGES, COURTNEY HICKS

HODGES, COURTNEY HICKS: PAPERS, 1904-65. Chief of Infantry, 1941-42; Commanding General, Replacement and School Command, 1942; Commander, 3rd Army and Southern Defense Command, 1942-43; Deputy Commander, lst Army, England, 1943-44; Commanding General, 1st Army, 1944-45. 12.8 feet.

HODGSON, PAUL A.

HODGSON, PAUL A.: LETTERS TO FAMILY, 1911-16. U.S. Military Academy classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1911-15. -1 foot.

HOEGH, LEO A.

HOEGH, LEO A.: PAPERS, 1952-53. Iowa attorney and Eisenhower campaign aide, 1952-53. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

HOLLAND, HENRY F.

HOLLAND, HENRY F.: PAPERS, 1957-62. Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, 1954-56; lawyer. 7 feet.

HOLMES, JULIUS C.

HOLMES, JULIUS C.: PAPERS, 1936-48 and 1968. Executive Officer, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff and Combined Chiefs of Staff, 1942-43; Deputy, G-5 Division, SHAEF, 1944; Assistant Secretary of State, 1944-45. -1 foot.

HOOD, WAYNE J.

HOOD, WAYNE J.: PAPERS, 1952-68. Staff member, Republican National Committee, 1952-53; active in Republican party in Wisconsin. 1 foot.

HORKAN, GEORGE A.

HORKAN, GEORGE A.: PAPERS, 1943-82. Army officer; Quartermaster General, 1951-54; friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. 3 feet. (closed pending processing)

HORKAN, GEORGE A., JR.

HORKAN, GEORGE A., JR.: PHOTOGRAPHS

HORKAN, GEORGE A., JR.

HORKAN, GEORGE A., JR.: PAPERS, 1864-1996. Attorney; personal friend of John S.D. Eisenhower. 5 feet. (closed pending processing)

HORN, STEPHEN

HORN, STEPHEN: TRANSCRIPTS OF INTERVIEWS ON THE CABINET SECRETARIAT OF THE EISENHOWER ADMINISTRATION, 1959. -1 foot.

HOWARD, EDWIN B.

HOWARD, EDWIN B.: PAPERS, 1937-63. Army officer; participated in North African invasion, November 8, 1942, Italian campaign, September 1943; Chief, Intelligence Headquarters, U.S. Forces, Austria, July 1945 - April 1947; Commanding Officer, 23rd Infantry Regiment, Ft. Lewis, Washington, 1948-49; G-2, Office Chief of Army Field Forces, Ft. Monroe, Virginia, 1949-51; G-2, Headquarters Allied Land Forces Central Europe, 1951-54; Special Assistant to Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, Department of Justice, 1954-55, Assistant Commissioner, 1956-58, Deputy Associate Commissioner, 1958-61. -1 foot.

HOWARD, KATHERINE

HOWARD, KATHERINE: PAPERS, 1917-74. Republican party official, 1945-53; Deputy Administrator, Federal Civil Defense Administration, 1953-54; U.S. delegate to NATO Committee on Civil Defense, 1953-56; Deputy U.S. Commissioner-General, Brussels International Exposition, 1957-58. 11 feet.

HOWREY, EDWARD F.

HOWREY, EDWARD F.: PAPERS, 1932-90. Lawyer; Chairman, Federal Trade Commission, 1953-55. 9 feet. (closed pending processing)

HUGHES, ROWLAND R.

HUGHES, ROWLAND R.: PAPERS, 1950-59. Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1953-54; Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1954-56. 3 feet.

HULCHER, WENDELL E.

HULCHER, WENDELL E.: PAPERS, 1943-94. Air Force pilot, World War II; consultant, McKinsey Company, 1952-54; manager, Ford Motor Company, 1954-67; Mayor, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1965-69; staff member of various government agencies, 1969-79, including Office of Intergovernmental Relations, American Revolution Bicentennial Commission and Small Business Administration; professor Business and Economics, Florida Southern College, 1979-93. 12 feet. (closed pending processing)

HUMPHREY, GEORGE M.

HUMPHREY, GEORGE M.: PAPERS, 1912-70. Secretary of the Treasury, 1953-57. Depository - Western Reserve Historical Society. 25 reels. (microfilm)

HUMPHREYS, ROBERT

HUMPHREYS, ROBERT: PHOTOGRAPHS

HUMPHREYS, ROBERT

HUMPHREYS, ROBERT: PAPERS, 1925-65. National Affairs Editor, Newsweek Magazine, 1944-49; Director, Public Relations, Republican Congressional Committee, 1949-52; director, public relations, Republican National Committee, 1952-54; staff director, National Cultural Center, 1960-61; staff consultant, Joint Senate-House Republican Leadership, 1961-65. 4 feet.

HUNTINGTON, ALBERT H., JR.

HUNTINGTON, ALBERT H., JR.: DOCUMENTS RELATING TO FOREIGN AID, 1948-85. Employee, Mutual Security Agency and successor agencies, 1949-79 (duplicate copies). 2 foot.

HYDE, HENRY B.

HYDE, HENRY B.: PAPERS, 1920-97. Office of Strategic Service operative in France, 1943-45; lawyer in New York City. 1 foot.

HYSON, CHARLES D.

HYSON, CHARLES D.: PAPERS, 1944-95. Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1944-46; Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, 1946-48; staff member, Mutual Security Administration and successor agencies, 1949-74. 2 feet. Review upon Demand

INAUGURAL COMMITTEE OF 1953

INAUGURAL COMMITTEE OF 1953: RECORDS, 1953-54.

INAUGURAL COMMITTEE OF 1957

INAUGURAL COMMITTEE OF 1957: PHOTOGRAPHS

INAUGURAL COMMITTEE OF 1957

INAUGURAL COMMITTEE OF 1957: RECORDS, 1956-1957.

IRVIN, MRS. E. TOWNSEND

IRVIN, MRS. E. TOWNSEND: PAPERS, 1957-74. Friend of Eisenhower family. -1 foot.

JACKSON, C. D.

JACKSON, C. D.: PHOTOGRAPHS

JACKSON, C. D.

JACKSON, C. D.: PAPERS, 1931-67. Executive, Time Incorporated, 1931-64; President, Council for Democracy, 1940; Deputy Chief, Psychological Warfare Branch, Allied Forces Headquarters, 1943; Deputy Chief, Psychological Warfare Division, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force, 1944-45; President, Free Europe Committee, 1951-52; Speech writer for Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952; Special Assistant to the President for International Affairs, 1953-54; Speech writer and consultant to the President, 1958. 36 feet. [For further information concerning the Jackson Papers, see David Haight's "The Papers of C. D. Jackson: A Glimpse at President Eisenhower's Psychological Warfare Expert," Manuscripts XXVIII (Winter 1976), 27-37]

JACKSON, C. D.

JACKSON, C. D.: RECORDS, 1953-54. 4 feet.

JACOBY, NEIL H.

JACOBY, NEIL H.: PAPERS, 1952-63. Dean, Graduate School of Business Administration, UCLA, 1948-68; member, Council of Economic Advisors, 1953-55; U.S. Representative to UNESCO, 1957. 3 feet. (photocopies and microfilm)

JEFFCOAT, PAUL WILLIAM "BILL"

JEFFCOAT, PAUL WILLIAM "BILL": PAPERS, 1913-95. Abilene local historian and photographer; son of Paul Henry Jeffcoat, boyhood friend and college roommate of Milton S. Eisenhower. -1 foot.

JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES ABILENE CONGREGATION

JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES ABILENE CONGREGATION: RECORDS AND RELATED MATERIALS, 1912-1943. Records of the Abilene Congregation of the Jehovah’s Witnesses and related materials donated in 2002 by Mr. Richard A. McIntyre, a circuit overseer for the Jehovah’s Witnesses Topeka, Kansas. -1 foot.

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS PROJECT

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS PROJECT: MANUSCRIPTS AND RELATED MATERIAL, THE PAPERS OF DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER: THE WAR YEARS, 1939-47; 1963-70. 42 feet.

JOHNSON, FRAN SMITH

JOHNSON, FRAN SMITH: PAPERS, 1945-46. Women’s Army Corps; Chief Clerk, Provost Marshall’s Office, Charleston Port of Embarkation; member of General Eisenhower’s personal staff in Europe. -1 foot.

JOHNTZ, MRS. J. E.

JOHNTZ, MRS. J. E.: PAPERS RE SELECTION OF MRS. IDA S. EISENHOWER AS KANSAS MOTHER OF THE YEAR, 1945. State Chairman, American Mothers' Committee on the Golden Rule Foundation. -1 foot.

JONES, ARNOLD R.

JONES, ARNOLD R.: PAPERS, 1949-66. Member, Board of Directors, Tennessee Valley Authority, 1957-66. -1 foot.

JONES, ROGER W.

JONES, ROGER W.: PAPERS, 1954-75. Assistant Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1954-58; Chairman, Civil Service Commission, 1959-61; Deputy Under Secretary of State for Administration, 1961-62; Consultant and Special Assistant to the Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1962-75. -1 foot.

KANSAS CITY STAR

KANSAS CITY STAR: COLLECTION OF CLIPPINGS RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, 1942-67. Depository - Kansas City Star Library. 6 reels. (microfilm)

KANSAS GOVERNOR'S NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR THE EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND THE EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY COMMISSION

KANSAS GOVERNOR'S NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR THE EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND THE EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY COMMISSION: RECORDS, 1957-62. 23 feet.

KANSAS STATE ARCHITECT

KANSAS STATE ARCHITECT: RECORDS, 1959-65. 1 foot. Review upon Demand

KEATING, FRANK A.

KEATING, FRANK A.: PAPERS, 1917-73. Commanding General, 102nd Infantry Division, 1944-45; Deputy Governor (military), Germany, 1946-47. 1 foot. ALSO: .9 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

KENDALL, DAVID W.

KENDALL, DAVID W.: RECORDS, 1953-61. Member, Republican National Committee, 1952-56; General Counsel, Treasury Department, 1954-55; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, 1955-57; Special Counsel to the President, 1958-61. 2 feet.

KESTNBAUM, MEYER

KESTNBAUM, MEYER: RECORDS, 1953-61. Chairman, Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, 1954-55; Special Assistant to the President, 1955-60. 13 feet.

KIEFFER, JAROLD A.

KIEFFER, JAROLD A.: PAPERS, 1953-71. Assistant in the Office of Defense Mobilization, 1951-58; Assistant, Atomic Energy Commission, 1952-53; Assistant, President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization, 1953-61; Assistant, Hoover Commission, 1953-58; Consultant, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1958-61. Depository - Jarold A. Kieffer. 22 feet.

KIEVE, ROBERT S.

KIEVE, ROBERT S.: PAPERS, 1953-2003. Special Assistant in the White House, 1953-55; officer, Empire Broadcasting Corporation. Less than 1 foot.

KIMBALL, ARTHUR A.

KIMBALL, ARTHUR A.: PAPERS, 1891-1994. Lawyer; Staff Director, President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization, 1953-60. 2 feet.

KINCAID, VIRGINIA M.

KINCAID, VIRGINIA M.: PAPERS, 1952-1979. Director of the Women's National Bank, 1977. Personal friend to Mamie Eisenhower. Less than 1 foot. (closed pending processing)

KIRKLAND, HENRY T

KIRKLAND, HENRY T.: PAPERS, 1943-44. Army officer, Ordnance Department, Services of Supply. Less than 1 foot. Review upon Demand

KISTIAKOWSKY, GEORGE B.

KISTIAKOWSKY, GEORGE B.: TRANSCRIPT OF DIARY, 1959-60. Special Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, 1959-61. Less than 1 foot.

KRESKY, MARY

KRESKY, MARY: PAPERS, 1943-1955. Secretary to Nelson Rockefeller, friend of Ann Whitman. Less than 1 foot.

KYES, ROGER M. & FAMILY

KYES, ROGER M. & FAMILY: PAPERS, 1906-97. Executive, General Motors Corporation; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1953-54. 26 feet.

LAMBIE, JAMES M., JR.

LAMBIE, JAMES M., JR.: PAPERS, 1953-61. Member, personal staff of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952; Special Assistant in the White House, 1953-60; Assistant Staff Secretary, 1960-61. 2 feet.

LAMBIE, JAMES M., JR.

LAMBIE, JAMES M., JR.: RECORDS, 1953-61. 25 feet.

LARKIN, THOMAS B.

LARKIN, THOMAS B.: PAPERS, 1910-67. Special Assistant to Governor of Canal Zone, Civil Defense, 1942; Chief of Staff, Headquarters, Services of Supply, U.S. Army Forces, British Isles, 1942-43; Commanding General, Services of Supply, North African Theater, 1943; Commander, Communications Zone, North African Theater, 1943-44; Commander, Headquarters, Southern Line of Communications, Communications Zone, European Theater, 1944-45; Commanding General, 2nd Service Command, Governors Island, N.Y., 1945; Quartermaster General, 1946-50. 3 feet.

LAROCCA, JOSEPH M.

LAROCCA, JOSEPH M.: PAPERS, 1942-96. Staff member, Vocational Rehabilitation Administration, 1946-60; Technical Director for Rehabilitation, White House Conference on Aging, 1959-60; Chief, Division of International Rehabilitation Activities, Vocational Rehabilitation Administration, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1960-67; Administrator, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center, George Washington University 1967-73; Health Planner, International Rescue Committee, 1973; Social Services Research Consultant, the Urban Institute, 1973-81; Senior Public Health Training Consultant, World Rehabilitation Fund, 1981-95. 5 feet.

LARSON, ARTHUR

LARSON, ARTHUR: PAPERS, 1932-88. Undersecretary of Labor, 1954-56; speech writer on White House staff, 1956-61; Director, World Rule of Law Research Center, Duke University, 1962-80. 8 feet.

LARSON, ARTHUR

MOOS, MALCOLM C.: RECORDS, 1915-61. Consultant, White House Office, 1957-58; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1958-60; Special Assistant to the President, 1960-61 and LARSON, ARTHUR: RECORDS, 1915-61. Under Secretary of Labor, 1954-56; Director, U.S. Information Agency, 1956-57; Special Assistant to the President, 1957-58; Special Consultant to the President, 1958-61. 8 feet.

LARSON, G. EDWARD

LARSON, G. EDWARD: PAPERS, 1942-93. Transportation Corps officer, Cherbourg, France, 1944-46; Aide to Harold Stassen, 1947-58; staff member, Department of the Interior, 1958-75. 1 foot.

LAWRENCE, JUSTUS B.

LAWRENCE, JUSTUS B.: PHOTOGRAPHS

LAWRENCE, JUSTUS BALDWIN

LAWRENCE, JUSTUS BALDWIN: PAPERS, 1934-2003. Public Affairs Officer, ETOUSA, 1944-45; Public Affairs Officer, SHAPE, 1951-52; public relations consultant. -1 foot.

LEAHEY, GLADYS V.

LEAHEY, GLADYS V.: PAPERS, 1953-72. Air Force officer, secretary to Lauris Norstad and Lyman Lemnitzer, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Powers, Europe, 1954-67. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

LEE, ERNEST R.

LEE, ERNEST R.: PAPERS, 1942-52. Aide to General Eisenhower, 1942-45.  Depository - Mrs. Ernest R. Lee. 1 reel. (microfilm)

LEE, JOHN M.

LEE, JOHN M.: PAPERS, 1934-94. Naval officer, 1931-73; World War II service in the Pacific; staff member of U.S. representative to NATO, 1966-69; staff member of U.S. delegation to United Nations, 1969-70; Assistant Director of Military Division, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1970-73. 4 feet.

LEE, ROBERT E.

LEE, ROBERT E.: PAPERS, 1947-92. Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission, 1953-81. 2 feet.

LEE, WILLIAM LECEL

LEE, WILLIAM LECEL: PAPERS, 1927-69. Organized Philippine Air Force under Douglas MacArthur, 1935-38; Commanding General, 49th Bomber Wing, 1944-45. 2 feet.

LEHMAN, JOHN H.

LEHMAN, JOHN H.: PAPERS, 1945-69. Attorney, Eisenhower Foundation and Eisenhower Presidential Library Commission. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

LEONARD, JOHN W.

LEONARD, JOHN W.: PAPERS, 1890-2006. U.S. Military Academy graduate, 1915; officer, 6th Infantry Regiment, 1917-20; officer, 15th Infantry Regiment, stationed in China, 1933-36; Commanding General, 9th Armored Division, 1942-45. 5 feet.

LEVA, MARX

LEVA, MARX: PAPERS, 1938-91. Lawyer; Navy officer, 1942-46; Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, 1947-48; General Counsel, Department of Defense, 1948-49; Assistant Secretary of Defense, 1949-51; member, U.S. President's Committee to Study the Military Assistance Program (Draper Committee), 1958-59. 6 feet.

LEVA, MARX

LEVA, MARX: PHOTOGRAPHS

LILLY, EDWARD P.

LILLY, EDWARD P.: PAPERS, 1928-78. Professor of History, Catholic University of America, 1940-44; Special Assistant to the Director, Office of War Information, 1944-45; Historical Advisor, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1946-52; staff member, National Security Council, 1952-65. 24 feet.

LILLY, EDWARD P.

LILLY, EDWARD P.: PHOTOGRAPHS

LODGE, HENRY CABOT

LODGE, HENRY CABOT: SELECTED PAPERS, 1942-52. Campaign manager for Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952; Senator from Massachusetts, 1946-53; U.S. representative to the United Nations and the U.N. Security Council, 1953-60. Depository - Massachusetts Historical Society. 1 reel. (microfilm)

LOOMIS, PAT

LOOMIS, PAT: PAPERS, 1952-90. Staff member, Eisenhower campaign headquarters, 1952. -1 foot.

LORD, MARY PILLSBURY

LORD, MARY PILLSBURY: PAPERS, 1941-72. U.S. representative, U.N. Human Rights Commission, 1953-61; U.S. alternate representative, U.N. General Assembly, 1953-59; U.S. delegate, U.N. General Assembly, 1958 and 1960. -1 foot.

LOVELACE, DELOS W.

LOVELACE, DELOS W.: PAPERS RE GENERAL "IKE" EISENHOWER, 1944. Author and newspaper writer. -1 foot.

LUCIER, RUBY NORMAN

LUCIER, RUBY NORMAN: LETTERS FROM DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, 1913-67. Childhood friend. -1 foot.

LUTES, LEROY

LUTES, LEROY: PAPERS, 1941-67. Director, Army Service Forces, 1942-45; Chief of Staff and Deputy Commander, Army Service Forces, 1945-46; Commanding General, Army Service Forces, 1946; Director, Service Supply and Procurement Division, 1946-47; Director of Staff of the Munitions Board, 1947-49; Commanding General, 4th Army, 1949-52. -1 foot. (photocopies and microfilm)

LYON, PAUL A.

LYON, PAUL A.: PAPERS, 1952. Employee, Eisenhower for President Research Service, 1952. -1 foot.

LYONS, JOHN CORIDEN

LYONS, JOHN CORIDEN: PROPAGANDA LEAFLETS, 1944-45 AND 1950. Psychological Warfare Division, U.S. Army. -1 foot.

MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS

MACARTHUR, DOUGLAS: PAPERS, 1935-41. Army officer; Army Chief of Staff; Military Adviser to the Philippine Commonwealth, 1935-41. Depository - Douglas MacArthur Memorial Archives and Library. 3 reels. (microfilm)

MACINTYRE, MALCOLM A.

MACINTYRE, MALCOLM A.: PAPERS, 1928-87. Undersecretary of the Air Force, 1957-59; President, Eastern Airlines, 1959-63; Vice-President, Martin Marietta Corporation, 1964-72. 2 feet.

MACOMBER, WILLIAM B., JR.

MACOMBER, WILLIAM B., JR.: PAPERS, 1937-2000. Department of State official, 1953-55; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1955-57; Assistant Secretary of State of Congressional Relations, 1957-61 and 1967-69; Ambassador to Jordan, 1961-64; Assistant Administrator, Agency for International Development, 1964-67; Deputy Undersecretary of State for Administration, 1969-73; Ambassador to Turkey, 1973-77. 8 feet. (closed pending processing)

MALCOLM C. MOOS

LARSON, ARTHUR: RECORDS, 1915-61. Under Secretary of Labor, 1954-56; Director, U.S. Information Agency, 1956-57; Special Assistant to the President, 1957-58; Special Consultant to the President, 1958-61; and MALCOLM C. MOOS, Consultant, White House Office, 1957-58; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1958-60; Special Assistant to the President, 1960-61. 8 feet.

MANN, THOMAS C.

MANN, THOMAS C.: PAPERS, 1950-61. Diplomat in Greece, Guatemala, El Salvador, 1953-57; Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, 1957-60; Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, 1960-61. 1 foot.

MANNING, FRED M.

MANNING, FRED M.: PAPERS, 1948-69. Businessman of Denver, Colorado; friend of Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower. -1 foot.

MARTIN, I. JACK

MARTIN, I. JACK: RECORDS, 1953-58. Administrative Assistant to the President, 1953-58. 1 foot.

MASTERSON, CHARLES F.

MASTERSON, CHARLES F.: RECORDS, 1953-56. Special Assistant in the White House (Executive Branch Liaison Office), 1953-56. 4 feet.

MATTESON, ROBERT E.

MATTESON, ROBERT E.: PAPERS, 1958-83. Aide to Harold Stassen, 1946-58; Assistant Director, Mutual Security Administration and Foreign Operations Administration, 1953-55; Director, White House disarmament staff, 1955-58; member, Board of National Intelligence Estimates, CIA, 1958-60. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

MATTINGLY, THOMAS W.

MATTINGLY, THOMAS W.: MEDICAL HISTORY OF DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, 1911-87. Officer, U.S. Army Medical Corps. 1 foot.

McBRIDE, HORACE L.

McBRIDE, HORACE L.: PAPERS, 1916-63. Commanding General, 80th Infantry Division, 1943-44. Depository - 80th Division Veterans Association. 1 reel. (microfilm) (closed pending processing)

McCABE, EDWARD A.

McCABE, EDWARD A.: RECORDS, 1956-61. General Counsel, Committee on Labor and Education, House of Representatives, 1953-55; Associate Special Counsel to the President, 1956-58; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1958-61. 1 foot.

McCAFFREE, MARY JANE

McCAFFREE, MARY JANE: PAPERS, 1953-69. Social Secretary to Mamie Eisenhower, 1953-61. 2 feet. ALSO: [A05-7] 1.1 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

McCANN, KEVIN

McCANN, KEVIN: MATERIAL RE WRITING OF AT EASE: STORIES I TELL TO FRIENDS, AND OTHER PUBLICATION PROJECTS OF DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER. Member, staff of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1946-51; Special Assistant and Consultant to the President, 1953-57; President, Defiance College, 1951-64. 8 feet.

McCANN, KEVIN

McCANN, KEVIN: PAPERS, 1918-81. 24.17 feet.

McCANN, KEVIN

McCANN, KEVIN: RECORDS, 1946-60. 16 feet.

McCANN, KEVIN

McCANN, KEVIN: COLLECTION OF PRESS AND RADIO CONFERENCES AND PRESS RELEASES, 1952-61. 12 feet.

McCARDLE, CARL W.

McCARDLE, CARL W.: PAPERS, 1953-57. Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, 1953-57. 11 feet.

McCONE, JOHN A.

McCONE, JOHN A.: PAPERS, 1958-61. Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission, 1958-61. 2 feet.

MCCRUM, MARIE

MCCRUM, MARIE: PAPERS, 1952-84. Secretary to C. D. Jackson. -1 foot.

McDUFF, ROBERT J.

McDUFF, ROBERT J.: PAPERS, 1946-48. Military Associate in the Office of the Chief of Staff, 1946-48. -1 foot.

McELROY NEIL H.

McELROY NEIL H.: PAPERS, 1948-62. Secretary of Defense, 1957-59. 6 feet.

McKAY, DOUGLAS and MABEL

McKAY, DOUGLAS and MABEL: PAPERS, 1952-70. Governor of Oregon, 1949-52; U.S. Secretary of the Interior, 1953-56; Friends of Dwight D. and Mamie Eisenhower. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

McKEOUGH, PEARLIE and MICHAEL J.

McKEOUGH, PEARLIE and MICHAEL J.: PAPERS, 1941-48. Military Aides, 1942-45. -1 foot.

McLAIN, RAYMOND

McLAIN, RAYMOND: PAPERS, 1944-52. Army Officer; Eisenhower campaign supporter, 1952. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

McPHEE, HENRY R.

McPHEE, HENRY R.: RECORDS, 1953-61. General Attorney in Office of General Counsel, Federal Trade Commission, 1954; Special Assistant to the President's Economic Advisor, 1954-57; Assistant Special Counsel to the President, 1957-58; Associate Special Counsel to the President, 1958-61. 42 feet.

MEGEE, VERNON E.

MEGEE, VERNON E.: PAPERS, 1919-92. Assistant Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, 1956-57. 3 feet.

MELLOR, MABEL

MELLOR, MABEL: PAPERS, 1941-62. Secretary, Eisenhower Foundation. 4 feet.

MERRIAM, ROBERT E.

MERRIAM, ROBERT E.: PAPERS, 1956-68. Assistant Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1955-58; Deputy Assistant to the President, 1958-61. -1 foot.

MERRIAM, ROBERT E.

MERRIAM, ROBERT E.: RECORDS, 1955-61. Deputy Assistant to the President for Interdepartmental Affairs, 1958-61; member, Joint Federal-State Action Committee, 1959-61; member, Ad Hoc Interagency Committee on Metropolitan Area Problems, 1959-61. 7 feet.

METZGER, EMANUEL

METZGER, EMANUEL: PAPERS, 1917-80. Officer, U.S. Tank Corps, 1917-20. -1 foot.

MILLER, RICHARD LAWRENCE

MILLER, RICHARD LAWRENCE: PAPERS, 1998-2001. Independent historian; biographer of Supreme Court Justice Charles E. Whittaker.  -1 foot.

MINNICH, L. ARTHUR

MINNICH, L. ARTHUR: PAPERS, 1952-84. Assistant Staff Secretary, 1953-60. 8 feet.

MITCHELL, JAMES P.

MITCHELL, JAMES P.: PAPERS, 1953-61, 1964. Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Forces, 1953; Secretary of Labor, 1953-61. 111 feet.

MOANEY, JOHN A., JR.

MOANEY, JOHN A., JR.: CORRESPONDENCE AND MEMORABILIA,1942-71. Personal aide to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1942-69. -1 foot.

MONTGOMERY, ROBERT

MONTGOMERY, ROBERT: PAPERS, 1930-81. Motion picture actor, director and producer; President of the Screen Actors Guild, 1935-38, radio and television consultant to President Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952-61. 5 feet. (closed pending processing)

MORGAN, GERALD D.

MORGAN, GERALD D.: PHOTOGRAPHS

MORGAN, GERALD D.

MORGAN, GERALD D.: RECORDS, 1953-61. Special Assistant in the White House, 1953; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1953-55; Special Counsel to the President, 1955-58; Deputy Assistant to the President, 1958-61. 21 feet.

MORROW, E. FREDERIC

MORROW, E. FREDERIC: PAPERS, 1952-60. Consultant, Eisenhower campaign train, 1952; advisor on business affairs, Department of Commerce, 1953-55; Administrative Officer, Special Projects group in the White House, 1955-61. 1 foot.

MORROW, E. FREDERIC

MORROW, E. FREDERIC: RECORDS, 1950-61. 5 feet.

MOSS, EDWARD K.

MOSS, EDWARD K.: PAPERS, 1939-70. Staff member, Office of Government Reports, 1939-42; officer, U.S. Navy, 1942-46; Public Affairs Officer, National Production Authority, 1950-53. 4 feet.

Motion Picture Films

Motion Picture Films

This finding aid covers 8 mm, 16 mm, and 35 mm motion picture films.

MUELLER, FREDERICK H.

MUELLER, FREDERICK H.: PAPERS, 1943-65. Assistant Secretary of Commerce, 1955-58; Secretary of Commerce, 1959-61. 7 feet.

MUSSER, CHRISTIAN O.

MUSSER, CHRISTIAN O.: PAPERS, 1884-1954. Farmer and businessman of Abilene, Kansas; uncle of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION: DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE SPACE PROGRAM, 1953-62 (duplicate copies). -1 foot.

NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS SERVICE

NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS SERVICE: Modern Military Records Division: Extracts from "Catalog of Combined British-American Records of the Mediterranean Theater of Operations in World War II, " 1942-47. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 1 reel. (microfilm)

NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS SERVICE

NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS SERVICE: Modern Military Records Division: Inventories of SHAEF holdings, 1941-45. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 2 reels. (microfilm)

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN WOMEN

NATIONAL FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN WOMEN: RECORDS, 1938-60. 63 feet. ALSO: [A02-12] .5 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

NATIONAL TRUST OF SCOTLAND, CULZEAN CASTLE

NATIONAL TRUST OF SCOTLAND, CULZEAN CASTLE: MATERIALS RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER'S CULZEAN CASTLE APARTMENT, 1951-76. -1 foot. (partially photocopies)

NEVINS, ARTHUR S.

NEVINS, ARTHUR S.: MANUSCRIPT OF LOOKING BACK OVER MORE THAN FIFTY YEARS OF FRIENDSHIP WITH GENERAL EISENHOWER (photocopy). Chief of Staff, Operations, Philippines Department, U.S. Army, 1936-38; Assistant to Dwight D. Eisenhower, War Plans Division, U.S. Army General Staff, 1941; Assistant to General Harold R. Bull, G-3, SHAEF, 1943-45; Manager of Dwight D. Eisenhower's Gettysburg Farm, 1950-69. -1 foot.

NEW YORK STATE CITIZENS FOR EISENHOWER

NEW YORK STATE CITIZENS FOR EISENHOWER: CLIPPINGS RE 1952 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN AND OTHER ITEMS, 1952. 12 feet.

NEW YORK TIMES, WASHINGTON BUREAU

NEW YORK TIMES, WASHINGTON BUREAU: Newspaper Clippings, 1912-63

NEW YORK TIMES, WASHINGTON BUREAU

NEW YORK TIMES, WASHINGTON BUREAU: CLIPPINGS RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER AND SOME OF HIS CONTEMPORARIES, 1912-60. 17 feet.

NEWBURY, FRANK D.

NEWBURY, FRANK D.: PAPERS, 1896-1965. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Applications Engineering, 1953-57; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, 1957. 3 feet.

NICHOLSON, MILDRED

NICHOLSON, MILDRED: PAPERS, 1957-72. Secretary of the Kansas Governor's National Committee for the Eisenhower Presidential Library, 1958-61. 1.5 feet. Review upon Demand

NIELSEN, AKSEL

NIELSEN, AKSEL: RECORDS, 1956-59. President, Title Guaranty Company, 1947-61; family friend. -1 foot.

NIELSEN, WALDEMAR A.

NIELSEN, WALDEMAR A.: PAPERS, 1954-90. Executive Director, U.S. President's Committee on Information Activities Abroad (Sprague Committee), 1960-61. 1 foot.

NORGREN, CARL A.

NORGREN, CARL A.: PAPERS, 1948-64. Colorado rancher; friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.

NORSTAD, LAURIS

NORSTAD, LAURIS: PAPERS, 1930-87. Assistant Chief of Staff and Chief of Staff for Operations, 12th Air Force and Mediterranean Allied Air Forces, 1942-44; Chief of Staff, 20th Air Force, 1944-46; Director of Plans and Operations, War Department, 1946-47; Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, USAF, 1947-50; Acting Vice Chief of Staff, USAF, 1950; Commander in Chief, U.S. and Allied Air Forces, Central Europe, 1950-53; Air Deputy, SHAPE, 1953-56; Supreme Allied Commander, 1956-63; President and Chairman of the Board, Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corp., 1964-72; member, President's Commission on an All-Volunteer Force, 1969-72; Member, General Advisory Committee on Arms Control and Disarmament, 1969-74. 50 feet. ALSO: [A94-5; A96-19; A08-1] 2.3 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

NORTH, THOMAS

NORTH, THOMAS: MATERIAL RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER'S SERVICE WITH THE COMMISSION, 1927-29. Secretary, U.S. American Battle Monuments Commission. -1 foot.

ODLUM, FLOYD B.

ODLUM, FLOYD B.: PAPERS, 1927-76. Chairman of the Board, Atlas Corporation, 1923-60; Chairman of the Board, Federal Resources Corporation, 1961-69; Chairman of the Board, RKO Radio Pictures, 1937-48; Chairman of the Board, Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation, 1947-53; Director, Office of Production Management, 1941-42; Special Adviser to the Chairman, War Production Board, 1943-44; Special Adviser to the Chairman, Office of Price Administration, 1940-44; Chairman, Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation; President, Hertz Foundation; Trustee, Lovelace Foundation. 81 feet.

OLES, FLOYD

OLES, FLOYD: PAPERS, 1945-82. Chairman, Washington State Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952. 10 feet.

OSBORN, DAVID L.

OSBORN, DAVID L.: PHOTOGRAPHS

OSBORN, DAVID L.

OSBORN, DAVID L.: PAPERS, 1947-94. U.S. Ambassador. 3 feet.

OSBORN, GENEVIEVE L.

OSBORN, GENEVIEVE L.: PAPERS, 1927-70. Professional nurse; friend of Eisenhower family. 4 feet. Review upon Demand

OUTERBRIDGE, WILLIAM W.

OUTERBRIDGE, WILLIAM W.: PAPERS, 1923-69. Commanding Officer, Destroyer U.S.S. Ward, 1941; Commanding Officer, Destroyer U.S.S. Cummings, 1941-42; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. O'Brien, 1943-45; Commander, Destroyer Division 42, 1945-56. 11 feet.

PAARLBERG, DON

PAARLBERG, DON: RECORDS, 1954-61. Economic Advisor to the Secretary of Agriculture, 1953-57; Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, 1957-58; Special Assistant to the President and Food-for-Peace Coordinator, 1958-61. 5 feet.

PAGET, ARTHUR F.

PAGET, ARTHUR F.: PAPERS CONCERNING THE COLUMBIA RIVER TREATY PROJECT, 1954-71. Canadian technical advisor, Columbia River Project. 1 foot.

PALEY, WILLIAM S.

PALEY, WILLIAM S.: PAPERS, 1944, 1969. President and Chairman, Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., 1928-90; staff member, Psychological Warfare Division, SHAEF, 1944-45. -1 foot.

PANTUHOFF, OLEG, JR.

PANTUHOFF, OLEG, JR.: MEMOIRS, 1944-46. U.S. Army officer, translator during Eisenhower-Zhukov meetings, 1945. -1 foot.

PARKER, EDLOW G.

PARKER, EDLOW G.: MATERIAL RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER'S VISIT TO BRAZIL, 1960. Control Officer in American Embassy, Rio de Janeiro, 1956-61. -1 foot.

PARKER, EDWIN L.

PARKER, EDWIN L.: PAPERS, 1960-68. President, A.G. Spalding & Co. -1 foot.

PARKS, FLOYD L.

PARKS, FLOYD L.: PAPERS, 1913-65. Assistant Division Commander, 69th Infantry Division, 1943-44; Chief of Staff, 1st Allied Airborne Army, 1944-45; Commander, 1st Airborne Army, 1945; Chief, Public Information Division, Department of Army, 1945-48; Commanding General, 2nd Army, 1953-56. 28 feet.

PARMET, HERBERT S.

PARMET, HERBERT S.: MANUSCRIPTS AND MATERIALS RE EISENHOWER AND THE AMERICAN CRUSADES. Associate Professor of History, Queensborough Community College, City University of New York, 1974. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

PAUL, CHARLES H.

PAUL, CHARLES H.: PAPERS, 1939-53. Lawyer and judge in Washington state; friend of Robert H. Taft. -1 foot.

PAUL, WILLARD S.

PAUL, WILLARD S.: PAPERS, 1912-61. Commanding General, 75th Infantry Division, 1943; Commanding General, 26th Infantry Division, 1943-45; G-1, SHAEF, Assistant Chief of Staff, 1945-48; President, Gettysburg College, 1956-61. 2 feet.

PENDERGRASS, JOHN L.

PENDERGRASS, JOHN L.: PAPERS, 1952-1969. Collector of political memorabilia. 2.5 feet.

PERSONS, WILTON B.

PERSONS, WILTON B.: PAPERS, 1960-61. Deputy Assistant to the President, 1953-58; Assistant to the President, 1958-61. -1 foot. (photocopies)

PERSONS, WILTON B.

PERSONS, WILTON B.: RECORDS, 1953-61. 2 feet.

PETERSEN, HOWARD C.

PETERSEN, HOWARD C.: PAPERS, 1951-56. Banker; Finance Chairman, National Committee Eisenhower for President, 1951-53. 2 feet.

PHILLIPS, ELIZABETH

PHILLIPS, ELIZABETH: PAPERS, 1918-55. Red Cross Nurse, World War I; organizer of aid to Allied Prisoners of War, World War II. 5 feet.

PICKING, LELIA G.

PICKING, LELIA G.: PAPERS. 1909 graduate of Abilene High School, Abilene, Kansas and classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower. 1 foot. Review upon Demand

PIKE, THOMAS P.

PIKE, THOMAS P.: PAPERS, 1952-68. Chairman, California Republican Finance Commission, 1953; member, Republican National Finance Committee, 1953; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Supply and Logistics, 1953-54; Assistant Secretary of Defense, 1954-56; Special Assistant to the President, 1956 and 1958; Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, 1957-58. -1 foot.

PIKE, THOMAS P.

PIKE, THOMAS P.: RECORDS, 1955-58. -1 foot.

PINKLEY, VIRGIL

PINKLEY, VIRGIL: PAPERS, 1940-80. Journalist; United Press European staff, 1929-48; Editor and Publisher, Los Angeles Mirror, 1948-58; Editor and Publisher, Associated Desert Newspapers, Indio, California, 1958-67. -1 foot.

PLATNER, AARON

PLATNER, AARON: PAPERS, 1910-52. Army officer. -1 foot. (closed pending processing)

PRESS CONFERENCES: AUDIO RECORDINGS, 1953-61

PRESS CONFERENCES: AUDIO RECORDINGS, 1953-61

Audio recordings of Eisenhower Administration press conferences are listed chronologically by date in this document. Press conference transcripts are searchable through the American Presidency Project.

PRICE, DOUGLAS R.

PRICE, DOUGLAS R.: RECORDS, 1955-60. White House Special Assistant Coordinating Federal Participation in the Joint Federal-State Action Committee. 8 feet.

PRIEST, IVY BAKER

PRIEST, IVY BAKER: PAPERS, 1953-60. Treasurer of the United States, 1953-61. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

PUSEY, MERLO J.

PUSEY, MERLO J.: MANUSCRIPT AND MATERIAL RE EISENHOWER THE PRESIDENT, 1952-69. Associate Editor, Washington Post, 1945-71. 20 feet.

PYLE, HOWARD

PYLE, HOWARD: RECORDS, 1955-59. Governor of Arizona, 1951-54; Deputy Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Relations, 1955-59; member, Joint Federal-State Action Committee, 1957-59; member, President's Committee for Traffic Safety, 1959-61; President, National Safety Council, 1959-73. 20 feet.

QUARLES, DONALD A.

QUARLES, DONALD A.: PHOTOGRAPHS

QUARLES, DONALD A.

QUARLES, DONALD A.: PAPERS, 1917-60. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Development, 1953-55; Chairman, Air Navigation Development Board, 1954; member, National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 1954; Secretary of the Air Force, 1955-57; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1957-59. 12 feet. ALSO: [A78-22] 2.8 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

QUESADA, ELWOOD R.

QUESADA, ELWOOD R.: PAPERS, 1920-67. Commanding General, 12th Fighter Command and Deputy Commanding General of the Northwestern African Coastal Air Force, 1943; Commanding General, 9th Fighter Command, 1943-44; Commanding General, 9th Tactical Air Command, 1944-45; Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Headquarters AAF, 1945-46; Commanding General of 3rd Air Force and Tactical Air Command, 1946-48; Reserve Forces Chief, Headquarters, USAF, 1948-49; Chairman, Joint Technical Planning Committee for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1949-50; Commander, Joint Task Force 3 for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1950-51; Vice President, Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, 1953-55; Special Assistant to the President for Aviation, 1957-58; Chairman, Airways Modernization Board, 1957-58; Administrator, Federal Aviation Agency, 1958-61. 3 feet.

RABB, MAXWELL M.

RABB, MAXWELL M.: PHOTOGRAPHS

RABB, MAXWELL M.

RABB, MAXWELL M.: PAPERS, 1938-1958, 1989. Lawyer; aide to Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, 1937-43; member of Dwight D. Eisenhower campaign staff, 1951-52; Associate Counsel to the President, 1953-54; Secretary to the Cabinet, 1954-58. 16 feet.

RAND, JOSEPH

RAND, JOSEPH: RECORDS, 1954-61. Secretary, Council on Foreign Economic Policy, 1954-61. 5 feet.

RANDALL, CLARENCE B.

RANDALL, CLARENCE B.: JOURNALS, 1953-61. Chairman, U.S. President's Commission on Foreign Economic Policy, 1953-54; Special Advisor to the President on Foreign Trade Policy, 1954-56; Chairman, U.S. Council on Foreign Economic Policy, 1956-61. 2 feet. (photocopies)

RANDALL, CLARENCE B.

RANDALL, CLARENCE B.: POLICY PAPERS Review upon Demand

REED, CHARLES H. & HYACINTHA V. (MYERS)

REED, CHARLES H. & HYACINTHA V. (MYERS): PAPERS, 1928-53. Service with Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Forces (SHAEF); Service with U.S. military government in Germany. 2.5 feet. Review upon Demand

REESE, ALBERT W.

REESE, ALBERT W.: PAPERS, 1953-1956. Translated campaign buttons during the 1956 campaign. -1 foot.

REINHARDT, EMIL F.

REINHARDT, EMIL F.: PAPERS, 1940-69. Commanding General, 69th Infantry Division, 1943-45. -1 foot.

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE: NEWS CLIPPINGS AND PUBLICATIONS, 1932-65. 320 feet.

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE, OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN (Leonard W. Hall)

REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE, OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN (Leonard W. Hall): RECORDS, 1953-57. 111 feet.

RICHARDS, NELLIE EILEEN

RICHARDS, NELLIE EILEEN: PAPERS, 1931-80. Women's Army Corps (WAC) member, 1942- 1945; Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF), Secretary General Staff proofreader, 1944-1945; Processing and Records Branch of the War Crimes Group, Judge Advocate General's Department (JAGD), 1946-48

RICHARDSON, FANNIE BELLE TAYLOR

RICHARDSON, FANNIE BELLE TAYLOR: PAPERS, 1900-60. Genealogist of the Eisenhower family. 11 feet. (partly on microfilm) ALSO: .8 Cubic ft. Unreviewed [Additional Copy of Eisenhower Lineage and Reference], Review upon Demand

ROBB, SIR JAMES M.

ROBB, SIR JAMES M.: NARRATIVE "HIGHER DIRECTION OF WAR" AND OTHER MEMORABILIA, 1944-45. Chief of Air Staff and Deputy Chief of Staff, SHAEF, 1944-45. -1 foot.

ROBINSON, WILLIAM E.

ROBINSON, WILLIAM E.: PAPERS, 1935-69. President, Coca-Cola, Inc., 1955-58, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Coca-Cola, Inc., 1958-61; Finance Committee Chairman, Eisenhower Exchange Fellowships, 1960; personal friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. 7 feet.

ROGERS, AMES

ROGERS, AMES: PHOTOGRAPHS

ROGERS, WILLIAM P.

ROGERS, WILLIAM P.: PAPERS, 1938-62. Deputy Attorney General, 1953-57; Attorney General, 1957-61. 23 feet.

ROMACK, BARBARA

ROMACK, BARBARA: PHOTOGRAPHS

ROTHSCHILD, LOUIS S.

ROTHSCHILD, LOUIS S.: PAPERS, 1953-62. Chairman of the Board, Inland Waterways Corp., 1953-59; Chairman of the Federal Maritime Board and Administrator of the Maritime Administration, 1953-55; member, Commission on Government Security, 1955-57; Under Secretary of Commerce for Transportation, 1955-58. 7 feet.

ROTHSCHILD, LOUIS S.

ROTHSCHILD, LOUIS S.: RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees,Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1955-59. 4 feet. (preliminary inventory)

ROUDAKOFF, PAUL P.

ROUDAKOFF, PAUL P.: PAPERS, 1939-1994. Russian interpreter for Dwight D. Eisenhower and various other military and civilian officials. -1 feet.

ROUNTREE, WILLIAM M.

ROUNTREE, WILLIAM M.: PAPERS, 1935-95. Diplomat; Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian and African Affairs, 1956-59; Ambassador to Pakistan 1959-62, Sudan 1962-65, South Africa 1965-70, and Brazil 1970-73. 1 foot. ALSO: [A08-14] 2.4 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

RUMBOUGH, STANLEY M., JR.

RUMBOUGH, STANLEY M., JR.: PAPERS, 192-57. Officer, Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952; Special Assistant in the White House, 1954. 2 feet.

RYDER, CHARLES W.

RYDER, CHARLES W.: PAPERS, 1917-50. Chief of Staff, 6th Army Corps, 1941-42; Commanding General, 34th Infantry Division, 1942-44; Commanding General, 9th Army Corps, 1944-48. 5 feet.

SANDERS, HARRY

SANDERS, HARRY: PAPERS, 1944-55. Commander, Destroyer Squadron 18, 1944-45; Commander, U.S.S. Tucson, 1946; Chief of Staff, Alaskan Sea Frontier, 1949-51; Commander, Cruiser Division 1, 1952-53; Assistant Chief of Naval (fleet) Operations, 1955. -1 foot.

SAULNIER, RAYMOND J.

SAULNIER, RAYMOND J.: PAPERS, 1929-85. Professor of Economics, Columbia University, 1934-73; staff member, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1938-54; member, Council of Economic Advisers, 1954-61, (Chairman, 1957-61). 5 feet. ALSO: [A89-14; A90-5; A90-5/1] .7 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

SAYLER, HENRY B.

SAYLER, HENRY B.: PAPERS, 1911-70. U.S. Military Academy classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1911-15; Chief Ordnance Officer, European Theater, 1942-45; Director, Research and Development, Ordnance Department, 1945-49. 4 feet.

SCHAEFER, J. EARL

SCHAEFER, J. EARL: PAPERS, 1913-17 AND 1939-70. U.S. Military Academy classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1914-15; Vice Chairman, Boeing Airplane Company, 1957-61. 4 feet.

SCHAETZEL, J. ROBERT

SCHAETZEL, J. ROBERT: PAPERS, 1943-95. Economics Officer, Department of State, 1945-66; Ambassador to European Economic Community, 1966-72. 2 feet.

SCHOOLEY, C. HERSCHEL

SCHOOLEY, C. HERSCHEL: PAPERS, 1954-60 and 1975. Director of Public Information, Department of Defense, 1953-58; Assistant to the Secretary and Director of Information, Department of the Interior, 1958-61. 4 feet.

SCHOTTLAND, CHARLES I.

SCHOTTLAND, CHARLES I.: PAPERS, 1937-89. Director, California Department of Social Welfare, 1950-54; Commissioner of Social Security, 1954-58; President, Brandeis University, 1970-72. 3 feet.

SCHULZ, ROBERT L.

SCHULZ, ROBERT L.: PHOTOGRAPHS

SCHULZ, ROBERT L.

SCHULZ, ROBERT L.: PAPERS, 1937-80. Aide-de-Camp, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1947-52; Military Aide to the President, 1953-61; Executive Assistant to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961-69; Special Assistant to the President for Liaison with Former Presidents, 1969-74. 57 feet.

SCHULZ, ROBERT L.

SCHULZ, ROBERT L.: RECORDS, 1948-61. 8 feet.

SCHWESINGER, BETTY E.

SCHWESINGER, BETTY E.: PAPERS, 1943-64. Assistant to Homer Gruenther, White House Congressional Liaison staff, 1953-61. 2 feet.

SCRIBNER, FRED C., JR.

SCRIBNER, FRED C., JR.: PAPERS, 1933-93. Lawyer; Chairman, Maine Council of Young Republican Clubs, 1938-40; member, Maine Republican State Committee, 1940-50; Republican National Committeeman for Maine, 1948-56; General Counsel, Department of the Treasury, 1955-57; Undersecretary of the Treasury, 1957-61; Legal Counsel, Republican National Committee, 1961-73. 84 feet. (closed pending processing)

SEATON, FRED A.

SEATON, FRED A.: PAPERS, 1900-72. U.S. Senator, Nebraska, 1951; member, personal advisory staff to Dwight D. Eisenhower during 1952 campaign; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs, 1953-55; Administrative Assistant to the President, February, 1955; Deputy Assistant to the President, June, 1955; Secretary of the Interior, 1956-61. 120 feet.

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SEIDENBERG, JACOB: PAPERS, 1951-79. Executive Director, President's Committee on Government Contracts, 1953-60; professional labor arbitrator. 4 feet.

SHANLEY, BERNARD

SHANLEY, BERNARD: DIARIES, 1951-57. Campaign Aide to Harold Stassen and Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1951-52; Deputy Assistant and Special Counsel to the President, 1953-55; Appointments Secretary to the President, 1955-57. 1 foot. (photocopies)

SHURTLEFF, MILLER F.

SHURTLEFF, MILLER F.: PAPERS, 1938-77. Staff member, Department of Agriculture, 1938-54; Assistant to Ezra Taft Benson, Secretary of Agriculture, 1954-61; staff member, National Science Foundation, 1962-69; staff member, Economics Research Service, 1976-77. -1 foot.

SMALL MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER LIBRARY SMALL MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTION

SMITH, GERARD C.:

SMITH, GERARD C.: PAPERS, 1951-93. Staff member, Atomic Energy Commission, 1950-54; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Atomic Affairs, 1954-57; Director, Department of State Policy Planning staff, 1957-61; Director, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1969-72. 3 feet.

SMITH, JAMES H., JR.

SMITH, JAMES H., JR.: PAPERS, 1932-80. Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air, 1953-56; Director, International Cooperation Administration, 1957-59. 2 feet.

SMITH, THOR M.

SMITH, THOR M.: PHOTOGRAPHS

SMITH, THOR M.

SMITH, THOR M.: PAPERS, 1934-1980. Public Relations Officer, Public Relations Division, SHAEF, 1944-45. 3.5 foot.

SMITH, WALTER BEDELL

SMITH, WALTER BEDELL: COLLECTION OF WORLD WAR II DOCUMENTS, 1941-45. Chief of Staff, Allied Headquarters, North Africa, 1942-44; Chief of Staff, SHAEF, 1944-45; Chief of Staff, U.S. Forces, European Theater, 1945; U.S. Ambassador to the U.S.S.R., 1946-49; Commanding General, 1st Army, 1949-50; Director, CIA, 1950-53; Under Secretary of State, 1953-54; member, National Security Training Commission, 1955-57; member, National War College Board of Consultants, 1956-59; Consultant, Special Projects Office (Disarmament), Executive Office of the President, 1955-56; member, President's Citizen Advisors on the Mutual Security Program, 1956-57; member, Office of Defense Mobilization Special Stockpile Advisory Committee, 1957-58; Chairman, Advisory Council of President's Committee on Fund Raising, 1958-61; member-at-large, President's Committee on Fund Raising, 1958-61; member, President's Committee on Disarmament, 1958; member, George C. Marshall Foundation Advisory Committee, 1960-61. 20 feet.

Collection of World War II Documents

Photographs

SMITH, WALTER BEDELL

SMITH, WALTER BEDELL: PAPERS, 1942-98. 14 feet. ALSO: [A06-15] 2.6 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

Papers

Photographs

SMYLIE, ROBERT E.

SMYLIE, ROBERT E.: PAPERS, 1948-62. Attorney General of Idaho, 1947-54; Governor of Idaho, 1954-67. Depository - Idaho State Historical Society. 3 reels (microfilm)

SNYDER, HOWARD McCRUM

SNYDER, HOWARD McCRUM: PAPERS, 1910-67. Senior Medical Advisor, U.S. National Guard, 1936-40; Assistant Inspector General, War Department, 1940-46; member, Committee on Integration and Improvement of U.S. Medical and Hospital Services, 1946; member, Chief of Staff's Advisory Group, 1946-48; Research Associate, Conservation of Human Resources Project and Manpower Council, Columbia University, 1948-60; Senior Medical Officer, SHAPE, 1951-52; Physician to the President, 1952-61. 6.2 feet.

SNYDER, MURRAY

SNYDER, MURRAY: PHOTOGRAPHS

SNYDER, MURRAY

SNYDER, MURRAY: PAPERS, 1934-69. Journalist; Assistant White House Press Secretary, 1953-57; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, 1957-61; Assistant Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration, 1969. 1 foot.

SOLIMAN, MARCOS G.

SOLIMAN, MARCOS G.: MATERIAL RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER'S PRE-WAR TOUR OF DUTY IN THE PHILIPPINES, 1937-60. Philippine military associate. -1 foot. (photocopies)

SPRAGUE, ROBERT C.

SPRAGUE, ROBERT C.: PAPERS, 1953-87.  Massachusetts businessman; consultant to Senate Armed Services Committee, 1953-54; consultant to National Security Council on Continental Defense, 1954-58; staff member, Technological Capabilities (Killian) Panel, 1954-55; consultant, Security Resources (Gaither) Panel, Science Advisory Committee, 1956-57. 3 feet. (closed pending processing)

STANFORD, ALFRED B.

STANFORD, ALFRED B.: PAPERS, 1944. Deputy Naval Commander of Mulberry "A," Normandy Invasion. -1 foot.

STANLEY, ARTHUR J.

STANLEY, ARTHUR J.: PHOTOGRAPHS

STANLEY, ARTHUR J., JR.

STANLEY, ARTHUR J., JR.: PAPERS, 1917-2001. Serviceman, 7th Cavalry, World War I; U.S. Navy, China, 1921-25; 9th Air Force, Europe, World War II; County Attorney, Wyandotte County, Kansas, 1935-41; member, Kansas State Senate, 1941; judge, U.S. District Court of Kansas, 1958-79. 5 feet.

STANLEY, TIMOTHY W.

STANLEY, TIMOTHY W.: PAPERS, 1949-92. Teaching fellow, Defense Studies Program, Harvard University, 1955-56; professorial lecturer, George Washington University, 1957-60; Special Assistant to the President, 1957-59; Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1959-62; Officer, International Economic Policy Association and International Economic Studies Institute, 1974-92. 37 feet. (closed pending processing)

STANS, MAURICE H.

STANS, MAURICE H.: SPEECHES, RELEASES AND STATEMENTS, 1955-61. Financial Consultant to Postmaster General, 1953-55; Deputy Postmaster General, 1955-57; Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1957-58; Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1958-61. -1 foot.

STARK, ARTHUR

STARK, ARTHUR: PAPERS, 1946-2002. Labor arbitrator; member, President's Emergency Board to Resolve Railroad Labor Dispute, 1955; member, President's Emergency Board to Resolve Maritime Labor Dispute, 1957; member, President's Emergency Board to Resolve Pan American Airlines Labor Dispute, 1959; member, Foreign Service Grievance Board, 1981-81; member, President's Emergency Bboard to Resolve Railroad Labor Dispute, 1990-91. 84 feet. (closed pending processing)

STASSEN, HAROLD

STASSEN, HAROLD: PAPERS, 1953-57. Select document copies, originals in the Minnesota Historical Society  -1 foot.

STEELE, JOHN L.

STEELE, JOHN L.: PAPERS, 1955-68. White House Correspondent, 1955-58 and Washington Bureau Chief, 1958-69 for Time, Inc. -1 foot.

STEPHENS, MARY CAFFREY

STEPHENS, MARY CAFFREY: PAPERS, 1915-2007. Secretary to James Hagerty (Secretary to the President); married to Thomas E. Stephens (Appointments Secretary to General Dwight D. Eisenhower; Appointments Secretary to President Dwight D. Eisenhower). 4 feet. (closed pending processing)

STEPHENS, THOMAS E.

STEPHENS, THOMAS E.: RECORDS, 1944-61. Assistant to the Manager, Republican National Campaign, 1948; Administrative Assistant to John Foster Dulles, 1949-50; Secretary, New York Republican State Committee, 1950-52; Appointments Secretary to General Eisenhower, 1952 Presidential Campaign; Special Counsel and Appointments Secretary to the President, 1953-61. 23 feet.

STEREO SLIDE COLLECTION

STEREO SLIDE COLLECTION 

Because of Dwight D. Eisenhower’s interest in stereographic photography, the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library & Museum holds a large collection of stereo slides. The majority of the 1,154 slides were taken during the years 1948-1958 by Eisenhower and members of his staff using a Realist Stereo Camera made by the David White Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The collection documents events from his personal life as well as major news events.  Slides relate to the personal interests, family, and social life of Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower as well as friends and acquaintances.  There are slides of friends, members of their staff and business associates, either appearing alone or as a group with the Eisenhower’s.  Other slides taken during official SHAPE trips include scenic views as well as official functions, and military inspections.  There are slides of places and scenes, primarily scenic in nature, including views of Camp David, Maryland; Abilene, Kansas; and the Augusta National Golf Course.  Slides taken of historic events include coverage of the 1952 Presidential Campaign, the 1953 Inauguration, as well as international events such as the 1953 Bermuda Conference and the funeral of King George VI in 1952.
 

STONE, FRANKLIN M.

STONE, FRANKLIN M.: PAPERS, 1933-80. FBI Agent, 1933-42; member, OSS, 1942-45; General Counsel, Civil Aeronautics Board; judge, U.S. Court of Claims. 1 foot. ALSO: [A94-13] .5 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

STRACKBEIN, OSCAR R.

STRACKBEIN, OSCAR R.: Papers, 1920-87. Commercial Attache, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, 1924-30; Economist, Office of Production Management, 1941-42; Economic Consultant, 1942-50; Officer, National Committee on Import-Export Policy, and Trade Legislation Lobbyist, 1950-75. -1 foot.

STURMAN, PAUL

STURMAN, PAUL: PAPERS, 1938-83. Staff member, Foreign Language Division, Office of War Information, 1942-45. 1 foot.

SULLIVAN, DR. WALLACE B. AND WYNONA

SULLIVAN, DR. WALLACE B. AND WYNONA: PAPERS REGARDING MAMIE EISENHOWER'S MEDICAL HISTORY, 1931-55. -1 foot.

SUMMERFIELD, ARTHUR E.

SUMMERFIELD, ARTHUR E.: PAPERS, 1946-74. Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1952-53; Postmaster General of the United States, 1953-61. 71 feet.

SUMMERFIELD, ARTHUR E.

SUMMERFIELD, ARTHUR E.: Additional Papers, 1908-1970. 36 feet.

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, 6TH ARMY GROUP

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, 6TH ARMY GROUP NARRATIVE HISTORY, 1944-45: PHOTOGRAPHS

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE: COMMUNIQUES, 1944-45. (Records) -1 foot manuscript materials & 1 reel microfilm (partial duplicates)

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE: SELECTED RECORDS, 1943-45. 18 feet.

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, 6TH ARMY GROUP

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, 6TH ARMY GROUP: NARRATIVE HISTORY, 1944-45. 2 feet.

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, AND CHIEF OF STAFF, SUPREME ALLIED COMMAND, OFFICE OF G-3 (Harold R. Bull)

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, AND CHIEF OF STAFF, SUPREME ALLIED COMMAND, OFFICE OF G-3 (Harold R. Bull): RECORDS, 1943-46. 4 reels. (microfilm)

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, OFFICE OF SECRETARY, GENERAL STAFF

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, OFFICE OF SECRETARY, GENERAL STAFF: RECORDS, 1943-45. 62 reels. (microfilm)

SUTTON, GEORGE W., JR.

SUTTON, GEORGE W., JR.: PAPERS, 1916-19. Army Officer, 322nd Battalion, Tank Corps, World War I. -1 foot.

SUTTON, IONE ULRICH

SUTTON, IONE ULRICH: PAPERS, 1951-86. Staff member, Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952 and 1956 campaigns. -1 foot.

TEETOR, LOTHAIR

TEETOR, LOTHAIR: PAPERS, 1946-64. Assistant Secretary of Commerce, 1953-55; tax reform lobbyist, 1955-62. 3 feet. (closed pending processing)

TOWNSEND, SPENCER A.

TOWNSEND, SPENCER A.: PAPERS, 1913-35. U.S. Military Academy classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1913-16; Inspector General's Office (various duties), 1940-47. -1 foot.

TUDOR, RALPH A.

TUDOR, RALPH A.: PAPERS, 1953-54. Under Secretary of the Interior, 1953-54. -1 foot.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S CITIZEN ADVISORS ON THE MUTUAL SECURITY PROGRAM (Fairless Committee)

U.S. PRESIDENT'S CITIZEN ADVISORS ON THE MUTUAL SECURITY PROGRAM (Fairless Committee): RECORDS, 1956-57. 7 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON VETERAN'S PENSIONS (Bradley Commission)

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON VETERAN'S PENSIONS (Bradley Commission): RECORDS, 1954-58. 75 feet.

U.S. AIR FORCE, 419TH ENGINEER AVIATION BRIGADE

U.S. AIR FORCE, 419TH ENGINEER AVIATION BRIGADE: HISTORY 22 NOVEMBER, 1952 THRU 25 SEPTEMBER, 1955. -1 foot.

U.S. ARMY

U.S. ARMY: UNIT RECORDS, 1940-50. 1,015 feet.

Index
Book 1, Boxes 1-126
Book 2, Boxes 127-489
Book 3, Boxes 490-747
Book 4, Boxes 748-902
Book 5, Boxes 903-1072
Book 6, Boxes 1073-1240
Book 7, Boxes 1241-1403
Book 8, Boxes 1404-1567

U.S. ARMY, 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION: AFTER ACTION REPORTS, principally 1943-46. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 62 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. ARMY 4TH INFANTRY DIVISION

U.S. ARMY 4TH INFANTRY DIVISION: AFTER ACTION REPORTS, 1940-45. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 121 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS RESEARCH LIBRARY

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS RESEARCH LIBRARY: REFERENCE MATERIAL, 1942-76. A microfilm copy of selected reference material in the Combined Arms Research Library was sent to the Eisenhower Presidential Library by the Central Plains Branch of the National Archives April 2000.

U.S. ARMY NANKING (CHINA) HEADQUARTERS COMMAND, OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF, ARMY DIVISION AND ARMY ADVISORY GROUP, NANKING, CHINA, OFFICE OF THE HISTORIAN:

U.S. ARMY NANKING (CHINA) HEADQUARTERS COMMAND, OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF, ARMY DIVISION AND ARMY ADVISORY GROUP, NANKING, CHINA, OFFICE OF THE HISTORIAN: RECORDS, 1946-47. -1 foot.

U.S. ARMY PHOTOGRAPHIC AGENCY

U.S. ARMY PHOTOGRAPHIC AGENCY: COLLECTION OF PAPERS AND PHOTOGRAPHS, 1916-70. -1 foot.

U.S. ARMY, 1ST ARMORED DIVISION

U.S. ARMY, 1ST ARMORED DIVISION: AFTER ACTION REPORTS, 1942-47. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 41 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. ARMY, 1ST ARMY HEADQUARTERS

U.S. ARMY, 1ST ARMY HEADQUARTERS: RECORDS, 1943-45. 2 feet.

U.S. ARMY, 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION

U.S. ARMY, 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION: AFTER ACTION REPORTS, 1940-45. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 173 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. ARMY, OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF

U.S. ARMY, OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF: INDEX TO THE ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF FILES, 1921-43. 79 feet.

U.S. ARMY, OFFICE OF THE SURGEON GENERAL

U.S. ARMY, OFFICE OF THE SURGEON GENERAL: MEDICAL RECORDS OF DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, 1911-69. 4 feet.

U.S. ARMY, Peiping (China), Executive Headquarters

U.S. ARMY, Peiping (China), Executive Headquarters: RECORDS, 1946-47. 2 feet.

U.S. ARMY, TRANSPORT CORPS, Transcontinental Convoy

U.S. ARMY, TRANSPORT CORPS, Transcontinental Convoy: RECORDS, 1919. -1 foot.

U.S. ARMY, U.S. Forces, European Theater, General Board

U.S. ARMY, U.S. Forces, European Theater, General Board: REPORTS, 1942-46. 10 feet.

U.S. ARMY, U.S. Forces, European Theater, Historical Division

U.S. ARMY, U.S. Forces, European Theater, Historical Division: The Administrative and Logistical History of the European Theater of Operations, The History of Pre-shipment, and The History of Military Government Training, 1939-46. Depository - Office of the Chief Historian, Department of the Army. 4 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. ARMY, U.S. Forces, European Theater, Historical Division

U.S. ARMY, U.S. Forces, European Theater, Historical Division:  RECORDS, 1941-46. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 158 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. ARMY: UNIT RECORDS, Fifth Engineer Special Brigade, 1943-1945

U.S. ARMY: UNIT RECORDS, Fifth Engineer Special Brigade, 1943-1945

U.S. ARMY: UNIT RECORDS, Sixth Engineer Special Brigade, 1944-1945

U.S. ARMY: UNIT RECORDS, Sixth Engineer Special Brigade, 1944-1945

U.S. ARMY: UNIT RECORDS, Tenth Tank Battalion, 1943-1945

U.S. ARMY: UNIT RECORDS, Tenth Tank Battalion, 1943-1945

U.S. BUREAU OF THE BUDGET

U.S. BUREAU OF THE BUDGET: RECORDS RE SURVEY OF BUILDING SPACE FOR THE PRESIDENCY, 1955. -1 foot.

U.S. BUREAU OF THE BUDGET, OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR

U.S. BUREAU OF THE BUDGET, OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR: RECORDS (a component of Records of the Office of Management and Budget: Record Group 51), 1960-61. 1 foot.

U.S. COMMISSION ON INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

U.S. COMMISSION ON INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS: RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees, Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1953-55. 45 feet.

U.S. COUNCIL ON FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY

U.S. COUNCIL ON FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY: RECORDS, 1955-61. 11 feet.

U.S. COUNCIL ON FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY, OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN (Joseph M. Dodge and Clarence B. Randall)

U.S. COUNCIL ON FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY, OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN (Joseph M. Dodge and Clarence B. Randall): RECORDS, 1954-61. 27 feet.

Scope & Content
CFEP Papers Series
Dodge Series, Correspondence Subseries
Dodge Series, Subject Subseries
Intelligence Reports Series
Publications Series
Randall Series, Agency Subseries
Randall Series, Correspondence Subseries
Randall Series, Subject Subseries
Randall Series, Trips Subseries
Special Studies Series
Staff Series

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE: PUBLIC STATEMENTS OF SECRETARIES OF DEFENSE CHARLES E. WILSON, NEIL MCELROY, AND THOMAS S. GATES, JR.; OF DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE DONALD A. QUARLES; AND OF CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF, NATHAN F. TWINING, 1953-61. 5 feet.

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE: CONDOLENCE BOOKS AND MESSAGES (a component of Records of the Department of State: Record Group 59), 1969. 17 feet.

U.S. DISTRICT COURT, DISTRICT OF KANSAS

U.S. DISTRICT COURT, DISTRICT OF KANSAS: RECORDS OF BROWN VS. BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1951-86. (electrostatic copies)

U.S. INFORMATION SERVICE

U.S. INFORMATION SERVICE: MATERIAL RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER'S ELEVEN-NATION GOOD WILL TOUR, December 3-22, 1959. 1 foot.

U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTIAL RECORDS

U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTIAL RECORDS: INTELLIGENCE FILES, 1953-61. 1 foot.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON A NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM (Clay Committee)

U.S. PRESIDENT'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON A NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM (Clay Committee): RECORDS, 1954-55. 4 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION (Rockefeller Committee)

U.S. PRESIDENT'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION (Rockefeller Committee): RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees. Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1953-61. 10 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S AIRPLANE, "COLUMBINE"

U.S. PRESIDENT'S AIRPLANE, "COLUMBINE": GUEST REGISTER, 1953-61. -1 foot. (partly on microfilm)

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY(Randall Commission)

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY(Randall Commission): RECORDS, 1950-54. 31 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON NATIONAL GOALS

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON NATIONAL GOALS: RECORDS, 1959-61. 22 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE FOR HUNGARIAN REFUGEE RELIEF

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE FOR HUNGARIAN REFUGEE RELIEF: RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees, Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1956-57 and 1959. 19 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION ACTIVITIES ABROAD (Sprague Committee)

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION ACTIVITIES ABROAD (Sprague Committee): RECORDS, 1960-61. 11 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION ACTIVITIES (Jackson Committee)

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION ACTIVITIES (Jackson Committee): RECORDS, 1950-53. 6 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON MIGRATORY LABOR

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON MIGRATORY LABOR: RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees, Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1938-66. 41 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS: RECORDS, 1956-58. 16 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE U.S. MILITARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (Draper Committee)

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE U.S. MILITARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (Draper Committee): RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees, Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1958-59. 11 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S SCIENCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

U.S. PRESIDENT'S SCIENCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE: RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees, Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1957-61. 3 feet.

U.S. SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM

U.S. SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM: ISSUANCES, 1948-72. 2 feet.

U.S. SENATE LIBRARY

U.S. SENATE LIBRARY: COLLECTION OF CLIPPINGS RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER AND SOME OF HIS CONTEMPORARIES, 1936-54. -1 foot.

U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, SECRET SERVICE, PRESIDENTIAL PROTECTION UNIT (Eisenhower)

U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, SECRET SERVICE, PRESIDENTIAL PROTECTION UNIT (Eisenhower): RECORDS (a component of Records of the United States Secret Service: Record Group 87), 1953-60. 20 feet. (partially processed)

U.S. WAR DEPARTMENT, OPERATIONS DIVISION

U.S. WAR DEPARTMENT, OPERATIONS DIVISION: DIARY, 1941-46. 5 feet.

U.S. WHITE HOUSE STAFF

U.S. WHITE HOUSE STAFF: Index to White House Congressional Correspondence, 1953-1959. 2.5 feet.

US ARMY UNIT RECORDS

US ARMY UNIT RECORDS: PHOTOGRAPHS

Please note that only those units with full descriptions for each photograph are available for research at this time.  Accession numbers appearing inside brackets [ ] indicate that the photographs for these units have not been fully processed and are not yet available for research.

Processing is ongoing, and this finding aid will be revised as needed. April, 2019, is the most recent version.

WALLIS, W. ALLEN

WALLIS, W. ALLEN: RECORDS, 1959-61. Executive Vice Chairman, Cabinet Committee on Price Stability for Economic Growth, 1959-60; Special Assistant to the President, 1959-61. 1 foot. (partly on microfilm).

WALSH, JOHN J.

WALSH, JOHN J.: PHOTOGRAPHS

WALSH, JOHN J.

WALSH, JOHN J.: PAPERS, 1943-45. G-3 Staff, VII Corps, U.S. Army, 1943-44; Aide-de-Camp, General J. Lawton Collins, 1943-45. 2 feet.

WARRINGTON, WAYNE B.

WARRINGTON, WAYNE B.: RECORDS, 1953-59. Director, Veterans Division, Republican National Committee, 1956; Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1957-59. 3 feet.

WASHBURN, ABBOTT

WASHBURN, ABBOTT: PAPERS, 1938-2003. Executive Vice Chairman, Crusade for Freedom, 1950-52; staff member, Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952; Executive Secretary, President’s Committee on International Information Activities, January-July 1953; Deputy Special Assistant to C.D. Jackson, and Special Assistant to the Director, U.S. Information Agency, July-October 1953; Deputy Director, U.S. Information Agency, November 1953-March 1961; President, People-to-People, Inc., 1964-65; member, U.S. Delegation to Intelsat Conference, 1969-71; Advisor, Office of Telecommunications Policy, 1972-74; Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission, June 1974-October 1982; Consultant to FCC and Chairman, U.S. Delegation to Regional Administrative Radio Conference, October 1982-November 1983. 123 feet.

WASHBURN, C. LANGHORNE

WASHBURN, C. LANGHORNE: PAPERS, 1952-64. Field Secretary, Young Industry for Eisenhower, 1952; member, National Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952-56; member, Program Planning Staff, 1956 Republican National Convention; member, Rockefeller for President Committee, 1964. 12 feet. ALSO: [A99-9] 2.4 Cubic ft. & 1.07 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

WASHBURN, MAURICE M.

WASHBURN, MAURICE M.: PAPERS, 1953. Chairman, Treasury Department Continuing Committee to Verify Transfer of Fiscal Assets, 1953-64. -1 foot.

WAUGH, SAMUEL C.

WAUGH, SAMUEL C.: PAPERS, 1926-69. Assistant Secretary of State, 1953-55; Deputy Under Secretary of State, 1955; President and Chairman of the board, Export-Import Bank, 1955-61. 10 feet.

WEATHERFORD, RUBY M.

WEATHERFORD, RUBY M.: PAPERS, 1952-70. Housewife. -1 foot.

WEATHERFORD, RUBY M.

WEATHERFORD, RUBY M.: PHOTOGRAPHS

WEBB, JAMES R.

WEBB, JAMES R.: MATERIAL RE LLOYD R. FREDENDALL AND THE TUNISIAN CAMPAIGN, 1942-43. Aide to Gen. Lloyd R. Fredendall, 1942-43. -1 foot.

WEBB, L.R.

WEBB, L.R.: POSTERS ON WORLD WAR II, 1943-44. Chief Administrative Assistant, Office of Censorship, Chicago, Illinois. 2 feet.

WESTLAND, HELEN GEIS

WESTLAND, HELEN GEIS: PAPERS, 1942-64. Red Cross worker during WWII; Participant in 1952 Eisenhower presidential campaign; wife of Congressman Jack Westland of Washington. 1.5 feet. Review upon Demand

WHEATON, ANNE WILLIAMS

WHEATON, ANNE WILLIAMS: PAPERS, 1957-69. Assistant to the Director of Publicity, Republican National Committee, 1939-57; Associate Press Secretary, White House Office, 1957-61. -1 foot. (partly on microfilm)

WHEELER, CLYDE A.

WHEELER, CLYDE A.: PAPERS, 1951-89. Executive assistant to Cong. Page Belcher (R-OK), 1951-54; Special Assistant for Congressional Relations to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, 1954-58; Staff Assistant to the President, 1958-60; Officer, Sun Oil Company, 1962-84. 30 feet.

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, EXECUTIVE BRANCH LIAISON OFFICE

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, EXECUTIVE BRANCH LIAISON OFFICE: RECORDS, 1953-58. 6 feet.

WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH

WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH: RECORDS (a component of Records of Temporary Committees, Commission and Boards: Record Group 220), 1930-70. 110 feet.

WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH

WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH: PHOTOGRAPHS

WHITE HOUSE LIBRARY

WHITE HOUSE LIBRARY: RECORDS TRANSFERRED TO THE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER LIBRARY, 1953-61. 2 foot. ALSO: [A08-04] 1 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, CABINET SECRETARIAT

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, CABINET SECRETARIAT: RECORDS, 1953-60. 16 feet.

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, CABINET SECRETARIAT, SUB-CABINET COMMITTEE, MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS (Bradley H. Patterson, Jr., Coordinator)

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, CABINET SECRETARIAT, SUB-CABINET COMMITTEE, MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS (Bradley H. Patterson, Jr., Coordinator): RECORDS, 1954-56. 6 feet.

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, INDEX TO CIVILIAN NOMINATIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND COMMISSIONS, 1913-61:

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, INDEX TO CIVILIAN NOMINATIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND COMMISSIONS, 1913-61: 1 foot. (partly on microfilm)

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL STAFF

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL STAFF: PAPERS, 1948-1961. 130 feet. This collection contains ten separate series that are at this time wholly or partially processed and available for research. They are as follows:

CFEP Series
Disaster File Series
Executive Secretary's Chronological File Series
Executive Secretary's Subject File Series
Miscellaneous Staff Series
NSC Registry Series
OCB Central Files Series
OCB Secretariat Series
Planning Coordination Group Series
PSB Central Files Series
Special Staff Files Series

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF BUDGET AND ACCOUNTING: RECORDS (a component of Records of the White House Office: Record Group 130), 1953-61. 47 feet.

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE OFFICIAL REPORTER (Jack Romagna)

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE OFFICIAL REPORTER (Jack Romagna): RECORDS, 1953-61. 24 feet.

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE PRESS SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE PRESS SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT: PRESS RELEASES WITH INDEX, 1953-61. 10 feet. (partly on microfilm) Review upon Demand

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR DISARMAMENT (Harold Stassen)

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR DISARMAMENT (Harold Stassen): RECORDS, 1955-58. 6 feet.

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS: RECORDS, 1952-61. 33 feet.

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR NATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS (Robert Cutler, Dillon Anderson, and Gordon Gray)

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR NATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS (Robert Cutler, Dillon Anderson, and Gordon Gray): RECORDS, 1952-61. 49 feet.

FBI Series
NSC Series, Administrative Subseries
NSC Series, Briefing Notes Subseries
NSC Series, Policy Papers Subseries
NSC Series, Status of Projects Subseries
NSC Series, Subject Subseries
OCB Series, Administrative Subseries
OCB Series, Subject Subseries
Papers Received Since January 10, 1961 Series
Special Assistant Series, Appointment Books Subseries
Special Assistant Series, Chronological Subseries
Special Assistant Series, Name Subseries
Special Assistant Series, Presidential Subseries
Special Assistant Series, Subject Subseries

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT FOR PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (Joseph Winslow, John Carroll, Rocco Siciliano,and Eugene Lyons): RECORDS, 1953-61. 49 feet. ALSO: .5 Cubic ft. Unreviewed [Kennedy Administration Material], Review upon Demand

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (James R. Killian and George B. Kistiakowsky)

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (James R. Killian and George B. Kistiakowsky): RECORDS, 1957-61. 18 feet.

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE STAFF SECRETARY

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE STAFF SECRETARY: Records of Paul T. Carroll, Andrew J. Goodpaster, L. Arthur Minnich, and Christopher H. Russell, 1952-61. 80 feet.

Appointment Schedules Series
Cabinet Series
Cabinet Minutes Series
Cross Reference Sheets Series
Emergency Action Series
International Series
International Trips and Meetings Series
L. Arthur Minnich Series
Legislative Meetings Series
NSC Series
Subject Series, Alphabetical Subseries
Subject Series, Department of Defense Subseries
Subject Series, State Department Subseries
Subject Series, White House Subseries

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE: RECORDS OFFICER REPORTS TO PRESIDENT ON PENDING LEGISLATION, 1953-61 (Bill File): 72 feet. ALSO: .5 Cubic ft. Unreviewed [Pouch to President], Review upon Demand

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, STAFF RESEARCH GROUP (Albert P. Toner and Christopher H. Russell)

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, STAFF RESEARCH GROUP (Albert P. Toner and Christopher H. Russell): RECORDS, 1956-61. 14 feet.

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, TELEGRAPH OFFICE

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, TELEGRAPH OFFICE: RECORDS, 1953-61. 15 feet.

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, TELEPHONE OFFICE

WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, TELEPHONE OFFICE: RECORDS, 1953-61. 15 feet. ALSO: .5 Cubic ft. Unreviewed [Card Index of Phone Numbers Called], Review upon Demand

WHITE HOUSE SOCIAL OFFICE

WHITE HOUSE SOCIAL OFFICE: Records. 342 feet. 

Social Office (A. B. Tolley): Records, 1952-61

East Wing Correspondence Files, 1948-1961

General Correspondence 

Index to Appointments and Social Functions

Invitations to the First Lady

Mamie Eisenhower's Appointment Books and Scrapbooks

WHITE HOUSE, OFFICE OF THE USHER

WHITE HOUSE, OFFICE OF THE USHER: RECORDS, 1953-61. 1 foot. ALSO: [A13-01] .204 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

WHITE, ISAAC D.

WHITE, ISAAC D.: PAPERS, 1945-66. Commanding General, 2nd Armored Division, 1945-46; Commanding General, X Corps, Korea, 1952-53; Commanding General, U.S. Army, Pacific, 1957-61. 1 foot. (photocopies)

WHITMAN, ANN C.

WHITMAN, ANN C.: PAPERS, 1949-90. Personal Secretary to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952-62. 1 foot.

WHITMAN, WILLIAM MERRILL

WHITMAN, WILLIAM MERRILL: PAPERS, 1940-83. Attorney and Secretary, Panama Canal Company, 1940-72; consultant to U.S. Congress on Panama Canal matters, 1973-83. 22 feet.

WILDAVSKY, AARON

WILDAVSKY, AARON: MANUSCRIPT AND MATERIALS RE DIXON-YATES: A STUDY OF POWER POLITICS, 1954-61. Assistant Professor of Government, Oberlin College, 1960. 3 feet.

WILKES, JOHN E.

WILKES, JOHN E.: PAPERS, 1944-51. Commander, U.S. Submarines, Asiatic Fleet, 1941; Commander, all seaports, Northern Europe, 1944; Chief U.S. Naval Officer, Germany, 1945-51. -1 foot. (photocopies)

WILLIAMS, RALPH E.

WILLIAMS, RALPH E.: PAPERS, 1958-60. U.S. Navy Officer; speech writer on White House Staff, 1958-61. 1 foot.

WILLIS, CHARLES F., JR.

WILLIS, CHARLES F., JR.: RECORDS, 1952-57. Member, Eisenhower campaign staff, 1952; Assistant to the Assistant to the President (Sherman Adams), 1953-55. 4 feet.

WISHNEZSKY, STEVE

WISHNEZSKY, STEVE: PAPERS, 2000-2005. Biographer of U.S. Army General Courtney Hodges. 2 feet. Review upon Demand

WOODRUFF, ROSCOE B.

WOODRUFF, ROSCOE B.: Manuscript of The World War II of Major General Roscoe B. Woodruff, 1941-45 (photocopy). Commanding General, 77th Division, 1942-43; Commanding General, VII Corps, European Theater, 1943-44; Commanding General, 24th Division, Southwest Pacific, 1944-45. -1 foot.

WORLD WAR II PARTICIPANTS AND CONTEMPORARIES

WORLD WAR II PARTICIPANTS AND CONTEMPORARIES: PAPERS (as of January 2001 this collection contained materials from 420 donors, approximately 135,000 pages). 68 feet. ALSO: Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

WORLD WAR II VIDEO ORAL HISTORIES

WORLD WAR II VIDEO ORAL HISTORIES. Oral histories of World War II veterans (primarily from Oklahoma) conducted by Joe Todd and his associates. Note: This finding aid is not complete as of October, 2019.

WYDEN, BARBARA

WYDEN, BARBARA: PAPERS, 1944-46. Author; assisted Kay Summersby Morgan in writing Past Forgetting (1976), 1973-75. Desk calendar diaries kept in the office of Supreme Allied Commander Dwight D. Eisenhower for years 1944 and 1945. -1 foot.

YARROW, BERNARD

YARROW, BERNARD: PAPERS, 1907-73. Lawyer and U.S. Government official (Office of Strategic Services [OSS] and Department of State). 3.5 feet.

YARROW, BERNARD

YARROW, BERNARD: PHOTOGRAPHS

YOUNG & RUBICAM, INC.

YOUNG & RUBICAM, INC.: RECORDS OF "CITIZENS FOR EISENHOWER," 1952-61. 4 feet.

YOUNG, HOWARD

YOUNG, HOWARD: PAPERS, 1946-70. Art dealer and personal friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.

YOUNG, PHILIP

YOUNG, PHILIP: PAPERS, 1924-79. Deputy Administrator, Lend Lease Administration, 1941-43; Dean, Columbia University School of Business, 1948-53; Chairman, Civil Service Commission, 1953-57; Ambassador to the Netherlands, 1957-60; President, U.S. Council, International Chamber of Commerce, 1961-65. -1 foot. (closed pending processing)

YOUNG, RALPH A.

YOUNG, RALPH A.: PAPERS, 1946-72. Economist, Federal Reserve Board, 1946-66; consultant, International Monetary Fund, 1967-75. 21 feet. (closed pending processing)

Last Revised Date
April 17, 2019