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]