The Eisenhower Presidential Library has an oral history collection of over 500 transcripts.

The oral history collection has been built upon two major components: (1) The Eisenhower Presidential Library's own interviews, and, (2) transcripts acquired through a cooperative arrangement with Columbia University's Oral History Project. A third and smaller component consists of a number of oral history interviews donated to the Library by various institutions and individuals.

Transcripts:

The list of oral history transcripts gives the names of the persons interviewed, the principal positions held by them during the Eisenhower administration  or their personal relationship to Dwight D. Eisenhower as documented by their interviews, the date of the interview, and the number of pages in the transcript. Transcripts originating from other institutions are not available on our web page but may be viewed in our research room.

Finding Aids:

Finding aids for the oral history interviews consist of short descriptions prepared by the staff of the Library. Each description lists the ordered subject content of each oral history. Descriptions are available for over two-thirds of the collection.

EL          Eisenhower Presidential Library

COHP    Columbia Oral History Project

OTHER  Other Institution or Individual

 

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Abel, Dean Elie (OH-126) Newspaperman: Foreign correspondent, New York Times, 1945-59; diplomatic correspondent, NBC News, Washington. [COHP] 1970. 47 pages.
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Ackenhausen, Helen (OH-324) Active in the Republican party in Texas, and the Republican presidential nomination campaign of 1952. [EL] 1972. 57 pages.
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Adams, Earl (OH-419) Attorney, active in the California Republican Party. [OTHER] 1975. 36 pages.
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Adams, Sherman (OH-162) Republican governor of New Hampshire, 1949-53; Chief of Staff of Dwight D. Eisenhower's Presidential campaign,1952; The Assistant to the President, 1953-58. [COHP] 1967-70. 270 pages.
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Adams, Sherman (OH-523) [COHP] 1969. 49 pages.
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Adams, Sherman (OH-539) [OTHER] 1985. 24 pages.
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Adkins, Bertha S. (OH-58) Active in Women's Division of the Republican National Committee, 1950-58; Under Secretary of HEW, 1958-61. [COHP] 1967. 73 pages.
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Aiken, George (OH-28) Senator from Vermont, 1941-63; primarily on agriculture. [COHP] 1967. 32 pages.
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Alcorn, H. Meade Jr. (OH-163) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1951-52; service on the Republican National Committee, 1953-61, including Vice Chairman, 1956-57, Chairman, 1957-59, and General Counsel, 1959-60. [COHP] 1967. 161 pages.
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Aldrich, Winthrop (OH-250) Bank Executive; U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, 1953-57. [COHP] 1972. 39 pages.
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Alford, Dale (OH-164) Member of Little Rock, Arkansas school board, 1955-58; Congressman from Arkansas, 1959-63. [COHP] (written permission) 1970. 84 pages.
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Allen, George V. (OH-279) Foreign Service officer and State Department official; U.S. Ambassador to Yugoslavia, 1950-53, India and Nepal, 1953, and Greece, 1956-57; Director, U.S. Information Agency (USIA), 1957-60. [COHP] 1962. 77 pages.
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Allen, George V. (OH-280) [COHP] 1967. 136 pages.
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Alsop, Joseph (OH-156) News correspondent, New York Herald Tribune. [COHP] 1972. 19 pages.
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Anderson, Dillon (OH-165) Active in Texas in the Eisenhower campaign for the Presidency, 1952; Consultant to the National Security Council, 1953-60; Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1955-56; Member, U.S. President's Committee to Study the U.S. Military Assistance Program (Draper Committee), 1958-59. [COHP] 1969. 133 pages.
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Anderson, Jack Z. (OH-321) Special Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture, 1955-56; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1956-61. [EL] 1970-71. 64 pages.
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Anderson, Robert B. (OH-521) Secretary of the Navy, 1953 54; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1954-55; Secretary of the Treasury, 1957-61; lawyer; oil and gas developer. [OTHER] 1970. 27 pages.
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Archibold, John and Molly (OH-556) Friends from Denver, Colorado of Dwight D. and Mamie Eisenhower and the Doud family. [EL] 2008. 49 pages.
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Armstrong, J. Sinclair (OH-251) Member of Securities Exchange Commission, 1953-57, and Chairman, 1955-57; Comptroller, Department of Navy, 1957-59. [COHP] (written permission) 1972. 126 pages.
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Asper, Levi J. (OH-2) Friend and neighbor of the Eisenhowers in Abilene. [EL] 1964. 18 pages.
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Astin, Allen V. (OH-49) Director of National Bureau of Standards, 1953-61. [COHP] 1967. 58 pages.
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Aurand, Evan P. (OH-127) Military officer; Naval Aide to President Eisenhower, 1957- 61. [COHP] 1967. 139 pages.
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Aurand, Henry S. (OH-90) West Point classmate and military associate of General Eisenhower. [COHP] 1968. 35 pages.
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Babbel, Frederick W. (OH-344) Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture, 1953-56 [EL] (written permission) 1974-75. 169 pages.
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Baker, Caroline Cahoone (OH-535) Served in Africa and England in the Women's Army Corps during World War II. [EL] 1989. 30 pages.
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Barba, J. William (OH-400) Assistant Special Counsel to the President, 1954-57. [OTHER] 1974. 37 pages.
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Barker, Ray W. (OH-331) Assistant Chief of Staff, War Plans Division, U.S. Forces in the British Isles, 1942-43; Deputy Chief of Staff to Supreme Allied Commander (COSSAC), 1943-44; Assistant Chief of Staff, G-1, SHAEF, 1944-45. [EL] 1972. 97 pages.
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Barnard, Rollin D. (OH-35) Deputy Assistant Postmaster General and Assistant Postmaster General, 1955-60. [COHP] 1967. 61 pages.
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Barnes, Stanley B. (OH-420) Presiding Judge, Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles, 1947-1953; Assistant Attorney General in Anti-Trust Division, 1953-1956; Judge, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1956-1970; Assumed senior status, 1970-1990. [OTHER] 1971. 99 pages.
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Barrett, Douglas (OH-421) Assistant press secretary and administrative secretary to California Governor Goodwin Knight. [OTHER] 1979. 97 pages.
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Beach, Edward L. (OH-128) Military officer; Naval aide to President Eisenhower, 1953-57. [COHP] 1967. 473 pages.
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Becker, J. Bill (OH-166) Arkansas labor union official involved in Arkansas civil rights activities. [COHP] 1971. 34 pages.
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Behrens, Earl C. (OH-17) Political editor, San Francisco Chronicle, active in California politics. [COHP] 1967. 45 pages.
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Bell, Dorothy Hewes (OH-422) Organizer of women’s division workers for campaigns of California Governor Goodwin Knight. [OTHER] 1977. 23 pages.
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Bell, Jack L. (OH-167) Political analyst for Associated Press, 1937-69. [COHP] 1972. 32 pages.
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Benedict, Stephen G. (OH-210) Assistant to the Research Director of Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952; Assistant White House Staff Secretary, 1953-55. [COHP] 1968. 137 pages.
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Benedict, Stephen G. (OH-527) [COHP] 1969. 33 pages.
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Bennett, Charles (OH-129) Congressman from Florida, 1949-present. [COHP] 1970. 19 pages.
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Bennett, Charles (OH-509) Air Force officer; pilot for General Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1945-48. [EL] 1990. 50 pages.
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Bennett, Elmer (OH-401) Legislative Counsel, 1953-56, Assistant to the Secretary, 1956-57, General Counsel, 1957-58, and Under Secretary, 1958-60, Department of the Interior. [EL] 1974-78. 192 pages.
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Benson, Ezra Taft (OH-103) Secretary of Agriculture, 1953-61. [COHP] 1967. 13 pages.
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Benson, Ezra Taft (OH-516) [EL] 1975. 55 pages.
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Berding, Andrew H. (OH-16) Journalist; U.S. Information Agency, 1953-57; Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, 1957-61. [COHP] 1967. 38 pages.
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Berg, Harold (OH-514) Served with U.S. Army Military Police, European Theatre, World War II; jeep driver and bodyguard for General Mark Clark, 1944-45. [EL] 1991. 51 pages.
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Bethe, Hans A. (OH-483) Director, Theoretical Physics Division, Los Alamos Lab, 1943-46; head of Presidential Study of Disarmament, 1958; member, President's Science Advisory Committee, 1956-60. [EL] 1977. 25 pages.
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Betts, Thomas J. (OH-397) Intelligence Officer, SHAEF, February 1944 - May 1945. [EL] 1973-76. 318 pages.
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Bird, John A. (OH-318) Speech writer for Eisenhower during the 1952 presidential campaign; research assistant for Eisenhower's published articles, 1963-65. [EL] 1972. 39 pages.
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Bishop, J.W. (OH-346) Canadian Army Officer during World War II. [EL] 1973. 115 pages.
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Bissell, Richard M. Jr. (OH-168) Consultant to the Administrator, Mutual Security Administration, 1953; Special Assistant to the Director, 1954-59, and Deputy Director of Plans, 1959-62, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). [COHP] 1967. 49 pages.
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Bissell, Richard M. Jr. (OH-382) [EL] 1976. 37 pages.
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Black, Douglas (OH-169) Chairman of Doubleday & Company, Publishers. [COHP] 1967. 54 pages.
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Black, Eugene R. (OH-341) President of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 1949-62. [EL] 1975. 37 pages.
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Black, Lillian "Rusty" Brown (OH-555) Red Cross worker, World War II; secretary on White House staff, 1953-61; personal secretary to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1962-67. [EL] 1974-1975. 192 pages.
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Boeschenstein, Harold (OH-130) Chairman of Business Advisory Council of the Department of Commerce, 1954. [COHP] 1970. 25 pages.
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Bohlen, Charles E. (OH-136) U.S. Ambassador to Russia, 1953-57, Philippines, 1957-59; Special Assistant to Secretary of State for Soviet Affairs, 1959-61. [COHP] 1970. 26 pages.
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Bolte, Charles (OH-395) Chief of Staff under Maj. Gen. James E. Chaney in command of U.S. Forces in the British Isles, 1942. [EL] 1973-75. 189 pages.
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Bolton, Robert R. (OH-389) Acting Director of the Eisenhower Library, 1961-63; Associate Director, 1963-67. [EL] 1971. 110 pages.
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Bowie, Robert R. (OH-102) Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, 1953-55; Assistant Secretary of State for Policy Planning, 1955-57; Director, Center for International Affairs, 1957-72. [COHP] 1967. 52 pages.
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Brainard, C. L. (OH-368) Architect; member of the Eisenhower Foundation. [EL] 1976. 77 pages.
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Brandt, Karl (OH-170) Member, President's Council of Economic Advisors, 1958-61. [COHP] 1970. 70 pages.
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Branton, Wiley Austin (OH-252) Attorney involved in Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957-59; Director, Voter Education Project, Southern Regional Council, 1962-65; Special Assistant to the U.S. Attorney General, 1965-67. [COHP] 1970. 62 pages.
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Brewer, Vivion (OH-171) President of the Women's Emergency Committee to Open Our Schools, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1958-60. [COHP] 1971. 44 pages.
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Bricker, John (OH-110) Senator from Ohio, 1946-58; served on Interstate and Foreign Commerce Commission, and the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. [COHP] 1968. 54 pages.
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Brien, Nina Warren (OH-423) Daughter of Chief Justice and former California governor, Earl Warren. [OTHER] 1977. 36 pages.
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Briggs, Ellis (OH-172) State Department official; U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic, 1944-45; Uruguay, 1947-49; Czechoslovakia, 1949-52; Korea, 1952-55; Peru, 1955-56; Brazil, 1956-59; Greece, 1959-61. [COHP] 1970-72. 139 pages.
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Bright, Tom M. (OH-424) Departmental secretary for California Governor Goodwin Knight, 1953-1955; press secretary, 1955-1958; executive secretary, 1958. [OTHER] 1979. 42 pages.
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Brode, Wallace (OH-281) Member of President's Committee on Scientists and Engineers, 1957; Science Advisor to the Secretary of State, 1958-60; Consultant to President's Science Advisory Committee, 1958-60. [COHP] 1972. 51 pages.
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Broshous, Charles R. (OH-373) Brigadier General in the U.S. Army. [EL] 1976. 106 pages.
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Brownell, Herbert (OH-157) Active in the Eisenhower Campaign, 1952;
Attorney General of the United States, 1953-57. [COHP] 1967-68. 350 pages.
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Brownell, Herbert (OH-282) [COHP] 1971. 16 pages.
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Brownell, Herbert (OH-362) [EL] 1977. 47 pages.
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Brownell, Herbert (OH-425) [OTHER] 1979. 79 pages.
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Brownell, Herbert (OH-550) [OTHER] 1969. 29 pages.
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Brownell, Samuel M. (OH-18) U.S. Commissioner of Education, 1953-56. [COHP] 1967. 83 pages.
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Brundage, Percival F. (OH-19) Deputy Director, 1954-56, and Director, 1956-58, Bureau of the Budget. [COHP] 1967. 53 pages.
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Buchanan, Ruth (Mrs. Wiley T.) (OH-540) Wife of Wiley T. Buchanan who served as U.S. Minister to Luxembourg, 1953-55, and ambassador, 1955-57; Chief of Protocol, Department of State, 1957-61. [OTHER] 1998. 29 pages.
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Buchanan, Wiley T. (OH-283) U.S. Minister to Luxembourg, 1953-55, and ambassador, 1955-57; Chief of Protocol, Department of State, 1957-61. [COHP] 1972. 174 pages.
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Buckner, E. LaMar (OH-33) Utah politician; past president of the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce. [COHP] 1967. 19 pages.
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Burden, William A. M. (OH-137) Member of National Aeronautics and Space Council, 1958-59; U.S. Ambassador to Belgium, 1959-61. [COHP] 1968. 83 pages.
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Burgess, Carter (OH-97) Secretary to the General Staff of SHAEF; State Department official and Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower, 1954-57. [COHP] 1967. 41 pages.
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Burgess, W. Randolph (OH-407) Deputy Secretary, 1953-54, and Under Secretary, 1955-57, of the Treasury; U.S. Representative to NATO, 1957-61. [EL] 1974-77. 66 pages.
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Burke, Arleigh A. (OH-284) Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), United States Navy, 1955-61. [COHP] 1972-73. 249 pages.
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Burke, James V. Jr. (OH-173) General Counsel, Department of Defense, 1959-61. [COHP] 1972. 54 pages.
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Burns, Arthur F. (OH-30) Economist; consultant to White House Office, 1957; consultant to Foreign Operations Administrator, International Cooperation Administration, 1953-57, concerned with foreign loans and P.L. 480. [COHP] 1967. 46 pages.
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Bush, Prescott (OH-31) Senator from Connecticut, 1952-62. [COHP] 1966. 458 pages.
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Butler, Richard C. (OH-174) Special Counsel for the Little Rock, Arkansas school board, 1956-59. [COHP] 1971. 47 pages.
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Butz, Earl L. (OH-95) Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, 1954-57. [COHP] 1968. 52 pages.
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Cake, Ralph H. (OH-111) Republican National Committeeman from Oregon, 1940-52; active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1952; served on Panama Canal Board of Directors. [COHP] 1967-69. 78 pages.
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Caldwell, Peter (OH-414) Attorney for the Board of Education in Topeka, Kansas, who helped prepare a brief for the Brown vs. Board of Education case [OTHER]. 1970. 33 pages.
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Cannon, C. Craig (OH-77) Aide to General Eisenhower, 1946-48 and 1950-52. [EL] 1969 and 1975. 97 pages.
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Carlson, Frank (OH-488) Member, U.S. House of Representatives, 1935-47; Governor of Kansas, 1947-51; U.S. Senator, 1951-69; active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1952. [EL] 1975. 138 pages.
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Chilson, O. Hatfield (OH-357) Undersecretary of the Interior, 1957-58; U.S. District Judge for Colorado, 1960. [EL] 1976. 54 pages.
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Christopher, George (OH-426) Mayor of San Francisco, 1956-1964, delegate from California to the 1956 Republican National Convention. [OTHER] 1977, 1978. 60 pages.
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Clark, Gen. Mark W. (OH-131) Military associate; Commander of 5th Army in the invasion in Italy, 1944-45; Commander in Chief of U.S. Occupation Forces in Austria and U.S. High Commander, 1945. [COHP] 1970. 92 pages.
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Clark, Robert E. (OH-413) Reporter for the International News Service during the Eisenhower Administration. [EL] 1978. 27 pages.
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Clark, Thomas C. (OH-553) Attorney General of the United States, 1945-1949; Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States, 1949-1977; Director, Federal Judicial Center, 1968-1970. [EL] 1972. 27 pages.
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Clay, Lucius Jr. (OH-286) Air Force Officer. [COHP] 1969. 25 pages.
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Clay, Gen. Lucius D. (OH-56) Military associate of General Eisenhower, 1945-59; active in the Eisenhower campaign and Cabinet selection, 1951-53. [COHP] 1967. 114 pages.
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Clay, Gen. Lucius D. (OH-285) [COHP] 1970-71. 1101 pages.
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Clay, Gen. Lucius D. (OH-526) [COHP] 1969. 39 pages.
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Clifton, Florence (OH-427) Chief of the California State Division of Industrial Welfare, 1959-1967, active in California Democratic politics, wife of Judge Robert Clifton. [OTHER] 1972. 79 pages.
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Clifton, Robert (OH-428) Judge for the City of Los Angeles, 1939-1956, Judge for the Superior Court of California, 1962-1967; Judge on the High Court of the Trust Territory of Micronesia, 1967-1969. [OTHER] 1972. 46 pages.
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Cochran, Jacqueline (OH-42) Aviatrix; active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1951- 52. [EL] 1968-73. 257 pages.
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Cochran, Jacqueline (OH-541) [OTHER] 1976. 136 pages.
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Cochran, Jacqueline (OH 557) [OTHER] 1974. 229 pages.
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Cohen, Wilbur J. (OH-359) Director of the Research and Statistics Division of the Social Security Administration, 1953-56. [EL] 1976. 45 pages.
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Conger, Clement (OH-287) State Department official. [COHP] (written permission) 1972. 25 pages.
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Cook, Howard A. (OH-175) Chief, Division of Public Liaison, Department of State, 1952-55; President, International House of New York, 1955-79. [COHP] 1970. 16 pages.
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Cook, Richard W. (OH-358) Assistant General Manager for Manufacturing A.E.C., 1954; Deputy General Manager A.E.C., 1954-58. [EL] 1975. 73 pages.
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Coolidge, Charles A. (OH-38) Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, 1955-58; Director, Joint State Department-Defense Disarmament Study, 1959. [COHP] 1967. 36 pages.
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Cooper, George V. (OH-393) Vice Chairman of the Citizens for Eisenhower-Nixon Finance Committee, 1952. [EL] 1977. 35 pages.
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Cooper, Dr. William G. Jr. (OH-132) President of Little Rock, Arkansas school board, 1957. [COHP] 1970. 41 pages.
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Crawford, Kenneth (OH-63) National Affairs editor of Newsweek, 1952; manager of Newsweek's Washington bureau, 1955-61. [COHP] 1967. 27 pages.
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Crocker, Roy P. (OH-429) Delegate to Republican National Convention from California in 1952; active in Richard Nixon’s campaigns. [OTHER] 1975. 29 pages.
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Crowl, Dr. Philip (OH-417) Supervised the microfilming of the John Foster Dulles Papers in 1956 and the Dulles Oral History Project for Princeton. [EL] 1976. 42 pages.
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Cunningham, Thomas J. (OH-430) Judge of the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles, 1947-1955; General Counsel of the Regents of the University of California, 1955-1973. [OTHER] 1972. 65 pages.
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Curtis, Thomas B. (OH-176) Congressman from Missouri, 1951-69. [COHP] 1972. 47 pages.
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Cushman, Robert E. (OH-379) Executive Assistant to Vice President Nixon, 1957-61. [EL] 1977. 45 pages.
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Danaher, John A. (OH-83) Director of the division of special activities in the 1952 campaign; judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals, 1953-69. [COHP] 1968. 59 pages.
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Danielian, N. R. (OH-177) Director, St. Lawrence Seaway survey, Department of Commerce, 1939-43; Vice President, National St. Lawrence Association, 1946-49; Executive Vice President, 1949-52, and President, 1952-65, Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Association. [COHP] 1972. 52 pages.
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Darby, Harry (OH-72) Senator from Kansas, 1949-50; member, Republican National Committee for Kansas, 1940-64; Vice President of Eisenhower Foundation, and Chairman of Eisenhower Presidential Library Commission. [COHP] 1967. 74 pages.
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Davis, Clarence A. (OH-89) Solicitor in Department of Interior, 1953-54; Under-Secretary of Department of Interior, 1954-57. [COHP] 1967. 108 pages.
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Day, Roy (OH-431) Owner of Day Printing Corporation, active in the Richard Nixon’s campaigns in California. [OTHER] 1975. 51 pages.
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Devers, Jacob L. (OH-377) Commander, U.S. Forces, European Theater, 1943; Commanding General, North African Theater, 1944; Deputy Supreme Commander, Mediterranean Theater, 1944; Commanding General, 6th Army Group, 1944-45. [EL] 1974-75. 206 pages.
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D'Ewart, Wesley A. (OH-24) Congressman from Montana, 1945-55; Assistant to Secretary of Agriculture, 1955; Assistant Secretary, Department of the Interior, 1955-56. [COHP] 1967. 137 pages.
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Dewey, Thomas E. (OH-507) Lawyer, Governor of New York, 1942-54; Republican nominee for President of United States, 1944 and 1948; active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1952. [COHP] 1970. 44 pages.
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Dicker, Edward T. (OH-178) Active in the Eisenhower campaign in Texas, 1951-52. [COHP] 1969. 33 pages.
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Dillon, C. Douglas (OH-211) U.S. Ambassador to France, 1953-57; Deputy Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, 1957-58; Under Secretary of State, 1959-61; Secretary of the Treasury, 1961-65. [COHP] (written permission) 1972. 94 pages.
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Dinkelspiel, John Walton (OH-432) Attorney, active in the Richard Nixon’s campaigns in California. [OTHER] 1975. 49 pages.
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Donovan, Robert J. (OH-48) News correspondent, New York Herald Tribune. [COHP] 1968. 52 pages.
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Douglas, James H. Jr. (OH-288) Under Secretary, 1953-57, and Secretary, 1957-59, Department of the Air Force; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1959-61. [COHP] 1972. 53 pages.
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Douthit, George (OH-179) Reporter for the Arkansas Democrat during the Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957-59. [COHP] 1970. 49 pages.
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Draper, Murray (OH-433) Judge of the Superior Court of the State of California for San Mateo County, 1949-1957; Judge of Division Two, First District Court of Appeals, 1957-[?]. [OTHER] 1972. 34 pages.
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Draper, William H. Jr. (OH-180) World War II military associate, U.S. Special Representative to Europe, and member of NATO Council, 1951-53; Chairman, U.S. President's Committee to Study the U.S. Military Assistance Program, 1958-59; Vice Chairman, Planned Parenthood Federation. [COHP] 1971. 19 pages.
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Drummond, Roscoe (OH-25) Reporter, Christian Science Monitor; reporter, New York Herald Tribune, Washington, D.C. office, 1953. [COHP] 1967. 33 pages.
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Drury, Newton B. (OH-434) Director of National Park Service, 1940-1951; Chief of the California State Division of Beaches and Parks, 1951-1959. [OTHER] 1970. 32 pages.
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Dulles, Eleanor Lansing (OH-70) Diplomat and economist; State Department official. [COHP] 1962-67. 977 pages.
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Dumont, Donald A. (OH-289) State Department official and foreign service officer specializing in African matters; advisor to U.S. delegation to United Nations, 1955. [COHP] 1972. 76 pages.
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Edwin, Ed (OH-290) Interviewer for Columbia University Oral History Project. [COHP] 1967. 47 pages.
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Eisenhower, Barbara (OH-492) Daughter-in-law of Dwight D. Eisenhower. [EL] 1982-83. 153 pages.
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Eisenhower-Foltz, Barbara (OH-542) [OTHER] 1983. 66 pages.
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Eisenhower-Foltz, Barbara (OH-554) [EL] 2006. 129 pages.
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Eisenhower, Dwight D. (OH-10) [OTHER] 1962. 28 pages.
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Eisenhower, Dwight D. (OH-11) [COHP] 1967. 114 pages.
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Eisenhower, Dwight D. (OH-14) [OTHER] 1964. 57 pages.
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Eisenhower, Dwight D. (OH-106) [OTHER] 1967. 35 pages.
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Eisenhower, Dwight D. (OH-501) [OTHER] 1967. 7 pages.
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Eisenhower, Edgar N. (OH-82) Brother of Dwight D. Eisenhower; lawyer in Tacoma, Washington. [COHP] (closed) 1967. 118 pages.
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Eisenhower, John S. D. (OH-15) Son of Dwight D. Eisenhower; Assistant White House Staff Secretary, 1958-61; U.S. Ambassador to Belgium, 1969-71. [EL] 1972. 147 pages.
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Eisenhower, John S. D. (OH-291) [COHP] 1967. 146 pages.
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Eisenhower, John S. D. (OH-543) [OTHER] 1984. 47 pages.
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Eisenhower, Mamie Doud (OH-12) [EL] 1972. 178 pages.
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Eisenhower, Mary Jean (OH-562) Granddaughter of Dwight D. Eisenhower; President of People-to-People International. [OTHER] 2011. 23 pages.
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Eisenhower, Milton S. (OH-13) Brother of Dwight D. Eisenhower; President, Pennsylvania State University, 1950-56; President, Johns Hopkins University, 1956-67; Member, U.S. President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization, 1953-60; Special Ambassador and President's personal representative to Latin America, 1953-61. [EL] 1971. 54 pages.
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Eisenhower, Milton S. (OH-292) [COHP] 1967. 115 pages.
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Eisenhower, Milton S. (OH-345) [EL] 1975. 48 pages.
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Eisenhower, Milton S. (OH-531) 1969. 56 pages.
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Eisenhower White House Staff (OH-508) Joint interview with Andrew Goodpaster, Staff Secretary to the President, 1954-61; Ann Whitman, Personal Secretary to the President, 1953-61; Raymond Saulnier, Council of Economic Advisers, 1954-61 (Chairman, 1957-61); Elmer Staats, Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1950-53 and 1958-66; Arthur Burns, Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers, 1953-56; Gordon Gray, Director of Office of Defense Mobilization, 1957-58, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1958-61. [OTHER] 1980. 87 pages.
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Elson, Rev. Edward (OH-133) Pastor of the National Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C., 1969. [COHP] 1967-69. 295 pages.
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Elvidge, Ford Q. and Anita M. (OH-369) Governor of Guam, 1953-56. [EL] 1976. 47 pages.
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Engstrom, Harold (OH-134) Member of Little Rock, Arkansas school board, 1957. [COHP] 1970. 62 pages.
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Ensley, Grover W. (OH-502) Fiscal analyst, U.S. Bureau of the Budget, 1941-47; Executive Director, Joint Economic Committee, United States Congress, 1949-57. [OTHER] 1985. 116 pages.
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Evans, Luther Harris (OH-135) Director General of UNESCO, 1953-58. [COHP] 1970. 35 pages.
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Ewald, William B. (OH-487) Special Assistant in the White House, 1954-56; Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior, 1956-59; worked with Eisenhower on The White House Years. [EL] 1977. 51 pages.
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Faries, McIntyre (OH-435) Judge, Superior Court of California, delegate to Republican National Convention from California, 1936, 1940 (alternate), 1944, 1948, 1952; member of Republican National Committee from California, 1947-52. [OTHER] 1970, 1973. 155 pages.
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Faubus, Orval E. (OH-181) Governor of Arkansas, 1955-67. [COHP] 1971. 137 pages.
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Feigenbaum, B. Joseph (OH-436) Lawyer, active in California Republican politics, member of state legislature, 1927-1934, advisor to Governor Earl Warren on taxes. [OTHER] 1973. 56 pages.
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Finch, Robert H. (OH-20) Active in California politics; Administrative Assistant to Vice President Nixon, 1958-60: campaign director for Nixon presidential campaign, 1960. [COHP] 1967. 69 pages.
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Finkelstein, Louis (OH-437) Rabbi, religious scholar, Chancellor Emeritus of The Jewish Theological Seminary. [OTHER] 1975. 18 pages.
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Finks, Harry (OH-438) Delegate to Republican National Convention from California, 1948 (alternate) and 1956; vice-president and director of public relations for California Labor Federation. [OTHER] 1979. 42 pages.
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Firestone, Leonard (OH-138) Industrialist. [COHP] 1970. 16 pages.
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FitzGerald, Dennis (OH-387) Director of Food and Agricultural Division of the Economic Cooperation Administration (ECA), 1948-51; Assistant Administrator of ECA, 1951-52; Associate Deputy Director of the Mutual Security Agency, 1952; Deputy Director of the Foreign Operations Administration, 1953; Deputy Director of the International Cooperation Administration, 1956. [EL] 1976. 42 pages.
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Fitzwater, Ivan M. (OH-104) Kansas businessman and boyhood friend of President Eisenhower when he lived in Abilene, Kansas. [EL] 1970-76. 59 pages.
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Flanders, Ralph (OH-27) Senator from Vermont, 1946-58; leader of move to censure Senator Joseph McCarthy. [COHP] 1967. 54 pages.
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Flemming, Arthur S. (OH-504) Director, Office of Defense Mobilization, 1953-57; Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, 1958-61. [EL] 1988. 70 pages.
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Flemming, Arthur S. (OH-506) [EL] 1978. 41 pages.
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Folger, J. Clifford (OH-293) U.S. Ambassador to Belgium, 1957-59; Chairman, Republican National Finance Committee, 1955-57 and 1960-61. [COHP] 1968. 42 pages.
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Folliard, Edward T. (OH-36) Reporter, Washington Post. [COHP] 1967. 73 pages.
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Folsom, Marion B. (OH-112) Under Secretary of the Treasury, 1953-55; Secretary of Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1955-58. [COHP] 1968. 163 pages.
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Forney, Abram (OH-3) Boyhood friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower in Abilene, Kansas. [EL] 1964. 18 pages.
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Francis, Clarence (OH-23) Special consultant to the President and Chairman, Interagency Committee on Agriculture Surplus Disposal, 1954-60. [COHP] 1967. 38 pages.
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Francis, Clarence (OH-374) [OTHER] 1968. 31 pages.
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Franke, William B. (OH-182) Assistant Secretary of the Navy, 1954-57; Under Secretary of the Navy, 1957-59; Secretary of the Navy, 1959-61. [COHP] 1972. 51 pages.
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Frayn, R. Mort (OH-386) Chairman of the Republican Party in the State of Washington. [EL] 1976. 47 pages.
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Funk, Howard (OH-4) Boyhood friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower in Abilene, Kansas, played football together. [EL] 1964. 12 pages.
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Garrison, L. E. (OH-383) Trustee and photographer for the Eisenhower Foundation. [EL] 1975. 50 pages.
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Gates, Thomas S. Jr. (OH-183) Commander, United States Naval Reserve, 1942-45; Under Secretary of the Navy, 1953-57; Secretary of the Navy, 1957-59; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1959; Secretary of Defense, 1959-61. [COHP] 1967-72. 99 pages.
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Gavin, James M. (OH-184) World War II military associate of General Eisenhower; Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Research, 1955, and Chief of Research and Development, 1956-57, Department of the Army. [COHP] 1967. 37 pages.
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Gemmill, Robert (OH-350) Trustee of the Eisenhower Foundation and Abilene businessman. [EL] 1975. 87 pages.
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Ginzberg, Eli (OH-394) Consultant to the Department of State, 1953-56; consultant to the Department of Labor, 1954-82. [EL] 1975-78. 127 pages.
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Goldwater, Barry (OH-21) Senator from Arizona, 1953-65, and 1969-86; Republican candidate for President in 1964. [COHP] 1967. 86 pages.
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Goodpaster, Andrew J. (OH-37) Staff Secretary to the President, 1954-61. [COHP] 1967. 138 pages.
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Goodpaster, Andrew J. (OH-378) [EL] 1975-78. 129 pages.
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Goodpaster, Andrew J. (OH-477) [OTHER] 1982. 49 pages.
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Goodpaster, Andrew J. (OH-544) [OTHER] 1983. 32 pages.
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Gottlieb, Julius J. (OH-537) Personal podiatrist to Mamie Eisenhower. [Eisenhower National Historic Site, National Park Service] 1999. 10 pages.
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Gray, Arthur Jr. (OH-55) Chairman of special events for Citizens for Eisenhower-Nixon in the 1952 campaign. [COHP] 1967. 33 pages.
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Gray, Gordon (OH-73) Assistant Secretary for 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. [COHP] 1966-67. 341 pages.
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Gray, Gordon (OH-342) [EL] 1975. 58 pages.
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Gray, Robert Keith (OH-253) Special Assistant for Manpower, Navy Department, 1955-56; Special Assistant in the White House, 1956-58; Secretary to the Cabinet, 1958-61. [COHP] 1970. 39 pages.
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Green, Howard C. (OH-366) Conservative Party member of the Canadian parliament; Minister of Public Works and Secretary of State for External Affairs under Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker. [EL] 1973-74. 100 pages.
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Grimm, Peter (OH-294) Personal friend of the Eisenhowers; U.S. Minister to Italy, 1955-56. [COHP] 1972. 22 pages.
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Griswold, Nat R. (OH-185) Director, Arkansas Council on Human Relations, 1955-66. [COHP] 1971. 85 pages.
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Groves, Sadie Perlin (OH-439) Personal secretary to Goodwin Knight, 1952-1958. [OTHER] 1979. 47 pages.
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Gruenther, Alfred M. (OH-113) Military associate; Supreme Allied Commander in Europe (NATO forces), 1953-56. [COHP] 1967. 97 pages.
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Gruenther, Homer (OH-254) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1952; Assistant to the President, 1953-61. [COHP] 1972. 108 pages.
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Guthridge, Amis (OH-186) Attorney involved with Capital Citizens Council during the Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957-59. [COHP] 1971. 28 pages.
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Guylay, L. Richard (OH-187) Public relations director of Senator Taft's campaign for presidential nomination, 1952; public relations director for the Republican National Committee (RNC), 1955-56. [COHP] 1967. 90 pages.
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Hacker, Louis Morton (OH-347) Professor of Economics at Columbia University, 1948-67; Dean of the School of General Studies at Columbia University, 1949-52. [EL] 1975. 38 pages.
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Hagerty, James C. (OH-91) Press Secretary to the President, 1953-61. [COHP] 1967-68. 572 pages.
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Hagerty, James C. (OH-440) [OTHER] 1973. 26 pages.
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Hagerty, James C. (OH-530) 1969. 111 pages.
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Hagerty, Roger C. (OH-560) Son of James C. Hagerty, Eisenhower's Press Secretary. [OTHER] 2011. 21 pages.
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Halaby, Najeeb E. (OH-212) Government official involved in establishment of Central Intelligence Agency, Department of Defense, and North Atlantic Treaty Organization; foreign affairs advisor to Secretary of Defense, 1948-54. [COHP] 1972. 33 pages.
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Hall, Leonard (OH-478) Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1953-57. [EL] 1975. 60 pages.
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Halleck, Charles A. (OH-39) Congressman from Indiana, 1953-69; Majority Leader in the House, 1953-55; Minority Leader in the House, 1959-65. [COHP] 1967. 36 pages.
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Halleck, Charles A. (OH-489) [EL] 1977. 40 pages.
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Hallman, Robert and James F. McCown (OH-548) Secret Service agents assigned to the Eisenhower farm in Gettysburg, PA, 1965-1979. 1983. 97 pages.
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Hampton, Robert (OH-44) Department of State Official, 1950-55 and 1957-58; Department of the Air Force (manpower, personnel and organization), 1955-57; Special Assistant in the White House and Staff Assistant to the President, 1958-61. [COHP] (written permission) 1967. 58 pages.
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Hampton, Robert (OH-485) [EL] 1975-76. 70 pages.
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Handy, Thomas (OH-486) Deputy Chief of Operations, War Department General Staff, 1942; Assistant Chief of Staff, Operations War Department, 1942-44. [EL] 1972-79. 345 pages.
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Hanes, John W. Jr. (OH-188) Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1953-57; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations Affairs, 1957-58; Assistant Secretary of State for Security and Consular Affairs, 1958-61. [COHP] 1970. 28 pages.
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Hansen, Victor (OH-441) Adjutant General of California, 1944-1946; Judge in the Superior Court of California, 1951-1956; Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice Anti-Trust Division, 1956-1959. [OTHER] 1975. 96 pages.
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Hardeman, D. B. (OH-213) Active in the Stevenson campaign in Texas, 1952; Member, Democratic National Committee, 1953-54; Stevenson campaign staff, 1956; Sam Rayburn associate and biographer. [COHP] 1969-70. 146 pages.
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Hare, Raymond A. (OH-189) U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, 1950-53; Ambassador to Lebanon, 1953-54; Director General, U.S. Foreign Service, 1954-56; Ambassador to Egypt, 1956-58; Ambassador to United Arab Republic, 1958-60; Deputy Under Secretary to State for Political Affairs, 1960-61. [COHP] 1972. 115 pages.
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Harlow, Bryce N. (OH-214) Special White House Assistant, 1953; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1953-58; Deputy Assistant to the President, 1958-61. [COHP] 1967. 144 pages.
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Harlow, Bryce N. (OH-402) [OTHER] 1974. 44 pages.
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Harlow, Bryce N. (OH-545) [OTHER] n.d. 4 pages.
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Harr, Karl G. Jr. (OH-34) Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State, 1954-56; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1956-58; Special Assistant to the President and Vice Chairman of the Operations Coordinating Board, 1958-61. [COHP] 1967. 42 pages.
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Hartley, Robert S. (OH-551) Involved in the cattle operations at the Eisenhower farm in Gettysburg, PA. [OTHER] 1983. 36 pages.
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Hartzog, George B. (OH-442) Director, National Park Service, 1964-1972. [OTHER] 1965. 92 pages.
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Harwood, Wilson (OH-84) Assistant director of the National Science Foundation, 1951-67; manager, International Development Center, Stanford Research Institute. [COHP] 1968. 53 pages.
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Hauge, Gabriel (OH-190) Research director for campaign staff, Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952; presidential assistant for economic affairs, 1953-58. [COHP] 1967. 132 pages.
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Hauge, Gabriel (OH-525) [COHP] 1968. 28 pages.
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Hays, Brooks (OH-295) Congressman from Arkansas, 1943-59; involved in Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957. [COHP] 1970. 165 pages.
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Heaton, Leonard D. (OH-337) Commanding General, 1953-59, and Senior Surgeon, 1959-70, Walter Reed Army Medical Center; Surgeon General, Department of the Army, 1959-69. [EL] 1975. 80 pages.
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Heilbronn, Kurt (OH-518) Pilot for Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1945. [EL] 1993. 36 pages.
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Henderson, Loy W. (OH-191) State Department official and Foreign Service officer, Director of Near East and African Affairs, Department of State, 1945-48; U.S. Ambassador to Iran, 1951-54; Deputy Under Secretary of State for Administration, 1955-61. [COHP] 1970. 58 pages.
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Herwarth, Hans von (OH-336) West Germany government official. [EL] 1975. 4 pages.
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Hess, Stephen H. (OH-192) Special Assistant in the White House, 1959-61; speech writer for Richard Nixon, 1962; Deputy Assistant to the President for Urban Affairs, 1969. [COHP] 1972. 42 pages.
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Hightower, John (OH-75) Diplomatic correspondent, Associated Press. [COHP] 1968. 42 pages.
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Hill, Robert C. (OH-296) U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica, 1953-54, El Salvador, 1954-55, and Mexico, 1957-61; Special Assistant to Under Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs, 1955-61; Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations, 1956-57. [COHP] 1972. 108 pages.
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Hodges, Luther (OH-297) Lieutenant Governor, North Carolina, 1952-53; Governor, 1954-60; Secretary of Commerce, 1961-65. [COHP] 1968. 39 pages.
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Hodgins, Eric (OH-139) Editor, Time, Inc., 1933-58. [COHP] 1968-69. 162 pages.
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Hoegh, Leo Arthur (OH-96) Governor of Iowa, 1954-57; Civil Defense Administrator, 1957-58; Director of the Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization, 1958-61. [COHP] (written permission) 1967. 97 pages.
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Hoegh, Leo Arthur (OH-480) [EL] 1976. 47 pages.
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Hoffman, Raymond (OH-481) Paratrooper with 101st Airborne Division during World War II. [EL] 1978. 446 pages.
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Hollister, John B. (OH-140) Executive Director, Hoover Commission, 1953; Director, International Cooperation Administration, 1955-57. [COHP] 1970. 53 pages.
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Hopkins, William J. (OH-494) Member, White House Civil Service Staff, 1931-71. [EL] 1974-76. 386 pages.
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Hopkins, William J. (OH-311) [OTHER] 1964. 31 pages.
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Houghton, Amory (OH-298) U.S. Ambassador to France, 1957-61. [COHP] (written permission) 1968. 96 pages.
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House, A.F. (OH-299) Attorney for Little Rock, Arkansas school board, 1957-58. [COHP] 1971. 45 pages.
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House, Patricia (OH-193) Vice President of the Women's Emergency Committee to Open Our Schools, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1958-60. [COHP] 1971. 47 pages.
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Howard, Katherine G. (OH-255) Secretary, Republican National Committee, 1948-52; Member, Eisenhower's Campaign Policy and Strategy Committee, 1952; Deputy Administrator, Federal Civil Defense Administration (FCDA), 1953-54; Special Advisor to FCDA, 1954-57; U.S. delegate to NATO committee on civil defense, 1953-56; Deputy U.S. Commissioner General to the Brussels World Fair, 1957-58. [COHP] 1968-71. 603 pages.
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Huckaby, Elizabeth (OH-194) Vice Principal for girls, Little Rock, Arkansas Central High School, 1957-59. [COHP] 1972. 76 pages.
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Ingraham, Joe (OH-363) Active in the Eisenhower campaign in Texas, 1952, U.S. District Judge, Southern District of Texas, 1954-70. [EL] 1973. 58 pages.
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Ingraham, Joe and H.J. Porter (OH-349) [EL] 1972. 177 pages.
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Jackson, Nettie Stover (OH-322) Cousin of Dwight D. Eisenhower. [EL] 1972. 43 pages.
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Jacobs, Albert (OH-87) Provost of Columbia University, 1947-49. [COHP] 1968. 39 pages.
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Jacoby, Neil H. (OH-141) Member, President's Council of Economic Advisors, 1953-55; U.S. Representative on U.N. Economic and Social Council, 1957-81. [COHP] 1970. 140 pages.
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Javits, Jacob (OH-74) Congressman from New York, 1947-54; early supporter of Eisenhower for President in 1952; Attorney General for New York, 1955-57; Senator from New York, 1957-81. [COHP] 1968. 16 pages.
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Jehl, Sue Serafian (OH-517) WAC, member of General Eisenhower's administrative staff at SHAEF Headquarters and also as Chief of Staff, 1943-47. [EL] 1991. 48 pages.
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Jessup, Frederick Peter (OH-195) Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employee, 1949-63, including service in Germany, 1949-55, member of U.S. delegation to the European offices of the United Nations, 1957-61, and service in Israel, 1961-63; staff member, National Security Council (NSC), 1963-72. [COHP] 1972. 106 pages.
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Jewett, Emelyn Knowland (OH-443) Daughter of Senator William F. Knowland. [OTHER] 1979. 24 pages.
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Johnson, Estelle Knowland (OH-444) Daughter of Senator William F. Knowland. [OTHER] 1979. 25 pages.
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Johnson, Jesse C. (OH-67) Advisor to U.S. delegation to International Conferences on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, 1955 and 1958. [COHP] 1967. 37 pages.
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Jones, Arnold R. (OH-312) Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1956-57; Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Tennessee Valley Authority, 1957-66. [OTHER] 1969. 94 pages.
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Jones, Roger W. (OH-62) Budget Bureau Official, 1953-59; Chairman of the Civil Service Commission, 1959-61. [COHP] 1967. 74 pages.
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Jones, Roger W. (OH-497) [EL] 1976. 70 pages.
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Jordan, Len B. (OH-354) Governor of Idaho, 1951-55; U.S. Senator, 1962-73. [EL] 1975. 65 pages.
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Jorgenson, Frank E. (OH-445) Insurance executive, delegate to Republican National Convention from California, 1952 (alternate), 1956. Served in various functions in Richard Nixon’s campaigns. [OTHER] 1975. 132 pages.
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Judd, Walter H. (OH-196) Missionary doctor in China, 1925-31; 1934-37; Congressman from Minnesota, 1943-63; served on the House Foreign Affairs Committee. [COHP] 1968-70. 149 pages.
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Karam, James T. (OH-215) Associate of Governor Orval Faubus during Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957. [COHP] 1971. 30 pages.
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Keating, Kenneth B. (OH-197) Congressman, 1947-59, and Senator, 1959-65, from New York; served on Judiciary and Space Committees. [COHP] 1968. 127 pages.
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Kellerman, Henry J. (OH-300) State Department official and Foreign Service officer working on U.S. German relations; U.S. Representative to UNESCO, and Counselor of the Embassy, Paris, 1956-61. [COHP] 1970. 24 pages.
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Kendall, David (OH-142) Counsel, U.S. Treasury, 1954-55; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, 1955-57; Special Counsel to the President, 1958-61. [COHP] 1970. 87 pages.
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Kent, Roger (OH-446) Attorney, active in the Democratic Party in California. [OTHER] 1971. 27 pages.
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Kidd, Gordon (OH-316) Senior Canadian Technical Advisor during negotiations for the Columbia River Treaty. [EL] 1973. 108 pages.
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Kieve, Robert S. (OH-411) Special Assistant in the White House, 1953-55. [EL] 1978. 35 pages.
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Killian, James R. Jr. (OH-216) Member, Science Advisory Committee, Office of Defense Mobilization, 1951-57; Chairman, Army Science Advisory Panel, 1951-56; Special Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, 1957-59, member, 1957-61, and Chairman, 1957-59, President's Science Advisory Committee. [COHP] 1969-70. 402 pages.
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Kimball, Arthur A. (OH-66) Staff Director of the President's Advisory Commission on Government Organization, 1954-60. [COHP] 1967. 105 pages.
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King, Helen S. (OH-365) Secretary to General Eisenhower while he was President of Columbia University, 1948. [EL] 1975. 29 pages.
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Kinnear, George (OH-320) Active in the Republican party in Washington, and the Eisenhower campaign of 1952. [EL] 1972. 47 pages.
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Kirk, Grayson L. (OH-364) Provost, Columbia University, 1949-51; President, Columbia University, 1953-68. [EL] 1975. 59 pages.
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Kistiakowsky, George (OH-412) Member, 1957-63, and Chairman, 1959-61, of the President's Science Advisory Committee; Special Assistant to the President for Science and Technology, 1959-61. [EL] 1976. 21 pages.
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Klein, Herbert G. (OH-198) Newspaper editor; associate of Richard Nixon, and active in all the Nixon campaigns. [COHP] (written permission). 1967 40 pages.
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Knight, Goodwin J. (OH-114) Lieutenant Governor of California, 1946-53, Governor, 1953-59. [COHP] (written permission) 1967. 94 pages.
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Knowland, William F. (OH-333) Senator from California, 1945-59. [COHP] 1967-70. 172 pages.
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Knowland, William F. [OH-447] Republican Senator from California, 1945-1959. [OTHER] 1969, 1973. 83 pages.
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Kohler, Walter (OH-143) Governor of Wisconsin, 1951-56. [COHP] 1970. 53 pages.
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Krout, John (OH-381) Acting Director, School of General Studies, Columbia University, 1948-49; Dean, Graduate Faculty at Columbia, 1949-53. [EL] 1977. 44 pages.
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Kunzig, Robert L. (OH-199) Executive Director, Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB), 1955-56, 1957-58; member, Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, 1958-60; Director of Republican party "Truth Squad" campaigns, 1956, 1960, 1968. [COHP] 1972. 41 pages.
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Lacy, William S. B. (OH-200) U. S. Minister Consular of the Embassy, Philippines, 1952-54; Ambassador to Korea, 1955; Special Assistant to Secretary of State for East-West Exchange, 1956-61. [COHP] 1972. 21 pages.
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Ladar, Samuel (OH-436) Lawyer, served on San Francisco Board of Education, 1960-1964, former San Francisco police commissioner. [OTHER] 1973. 5 pages.
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Lambie, James M., Jr. (OH-60) Member, Eisenhower's election campaign staff, 1952; Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1953-61; Deputy Chairman of Interagency Committee on Agricultural Surplus Disposal, 1954-60; Assistant Staff Secretary, 1960-61. [COHP] 1968. 50 pages.
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Lane, Alvin H. (OH-217) Active in the Republican Party in Texas; counsel for pro- Eisenhower delegates from Texas to Republican National Convention, 1952. [COHP] 1969.
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Lane, Alvin H. (OH-325) [EL] 1972. 49 pages.
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Larmon, Sigurd S. (OH-218) Active in Eisenhower campaign, 1951-52; member, U.S. Advisory Commission for United States Information Agency (USIA), 1954-69; personal friend of the Eisenhowers. [COHP] 1970. 92 pages.
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Lawrence, William H. (OH-53) White House correspondent, New York Times. [COHP] 1967. 38 pages.
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Lee, J. Bracken (OH-98) Governor of Utah, 1949-57; Mayor of Salt Lake City. [EL] 1967. 71 pages.
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Lee, William L. (OH-323) Military associate of General Eisenhower; organizer of Philippine Air Force under Douglas MacArthur, 1935-38. [EL] 1970-72. 482 pages.
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Leithead, Barry (OH-101) Business executive and longtime friend of President Eisenhower. [COHP] 1968. 53 pages.
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Lemmon, Maryalice (OH-449) Member of the secretarial staff, office of the Governor of California, 1950-1967, 1975-1986. [OTHER] 1979. 44 pages.
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Lemnitzer, Lyman (OH-301) Senior staff officer under Eisenhower during World War II; Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Research, Department of Army, 1952-55; Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Far East Command, 1955-57; Vice Chief of Staff, 1957-59, and Chief of Staff, 1959-60, Department of the Army; Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1960-62. [COHP] 1972. 64 pages.
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Leonard, John W. (OH-327) Military associate of General Eisenhower, graduate of United States Military Academy, 1915; Commander, 9th Armored Division, 1942-45. [EL] 1972. 107 pages.
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Lewis, Orme (OH-361) Assistant Secretary of the Interior, 1953-55. [EL] 1976. 54 pages.
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Lile, R. A. (OH-219) Member of Little Rock, Arkansas, school board, 1957-58. [COHP] 1971. 32 pages.
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Lodge, John Davis (OH-144) Ambassador on Special Presidential missions to Puerto Rico, Panama, and Costa Rica, 1953; Ambassador to Spain, 1955-61. [COHP] 1967-69. 198 pages.
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Long, John H. (OH-32) Schoolmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower in Abilene Kansas. [EL] 1966. 7 pages.
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Long, Mrs. Robert J. (OH-1) Bookkeeper at the Belle Springs Creamery when David Eisenhower and his two sons, Edgar and Dwight, worked there. [EL] 1964. 7 pages.
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Lord, Mary Pillsbury (OH-115) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1951-52; U.S. Representative, United Nations Human Rights Commission, 1953-61; U.S. Alternate Representative, 1953-59, and Delegate, 1958, 1960, to United Nations General Assembly. [COHP] 1967-69. 428 pages.
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Lovett, Robert (OH-302) Secretary of Defense, 1951-53. [COHP] 1971. 21 pages.
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Luce, Clare Boothe (OH-220) U.S. Ambassador to Italy, 1953-57. [COHP] 1968. 108 pages.
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Luce, Henry III (OH-534) Commission on the Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (Hoover Commission), 1948-1949; reporter, Cleveland Press, 1949-1951; Washington, D.C. correspondent for Time, 1951-1953; New York City-based writer, contributing editor, Time, 1953-1960. [EL] 2000. 19 pages.
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Luter, John (OH-158) Associate Editor, Newsweek, 1958-61; interviewer for Columbia University Oral History Project. [COHP] 1970. 81 pages.
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Lutes, Leroy (OH-408) Director of Operations, Army Service Forces, 1942-45. [EL] 1974-76. 197 pages.
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Lyons, Eugene J. (OH-351) Assistant Postmaster General for Personnel, 1953-59; Assistant to the President for Personnel Management, 1959-61. [EL] 1971-76. 90 pages.
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MacArthur, Douglas II (OH-538) Officer, U.S. Embassy: France, 1940-1942; SHAEF staff, 1944; Officer, American Embassy, Brussels, 1948-49; chief, West European division, U.S. Dept. of State, 1949-50; political advisor to Gen. Eisenhower, SHAPE, 1951-1952; counselor, U.S. Dept. of State, Washington, 1953-57; Ambassador to Japan, 1957-1961. [EL] 1990. 86 pages.
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MacAskill, Robert A. (OH-532) Pastor, Gettysburg Presbyterian Church, 1957-86; presided at the funerals of Dwight Eisenhower in 1969 and Mamie Eisenhower in 1979. [EL] 1998. 33 pages.
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MacGregor, Helen R. (OH-451) Administrative secretary to Earl Warren during his career as Alameda County district attorney and attorney general and governor of California, 1935-1953. [OTHER] 1969-1972. 249 pages.
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Mailliard, William S. (OH-453) Active in California Republican Party, elected to U.S. House of Representatives, 1953-1974. [OTHER] 1971. 57 pages.
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Manion, Clarence (OH-371) Lawyer, Chairman of the Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, 1953-54. [EL] 1976. 98 pages.
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Mann, Thomas C. (OH-57) 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. [COHP] 1968. 61 pages.
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Mann, Thomas C. (OH-353) [EL] 1975. 90 pages.
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Manolis, Paul (OH-454) Executive Secretary and assistant to Senator William F. Knowland. [OTHER] 1979. 22 pages.
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Mason, Paul (OH-455) Expert on governmental procedure and organization, executive secretary for Governor Goodwin Knight, 1953-1958. [OTHER]
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Masterson, Charles, with Howard K. Pyle (OH-120) Active in the Citizens for Eisenhower movement, 1952; Special Assistant in the White House, 1953-56. [COHP] 1967. 134 pages.
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Matchett, Henry J. (OH-367) Brigadier General, U.S. Army; Chief of Staff V Corps, U.S. Army, 1943-45. [EL] 1976. 42 pages.
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Mazo, Earl (OH-258) Journalist, New York Herald Tribune, 1950-64. [COHP] 1971. 53 pages.
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McAdam, Charles V. (OH-352) [EL] 1976. 62 pages.
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McCabe, Edward A. (OH-41) Associate Special Counsel and Administrative Assistant to the President, 1956-61. [COHP] 1967. 173 pages.
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McCabe, Edward A. (OH-505) [OTHER] 1987. 47 pages.
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McCabe, Edward A. (OH-536) [EL] 1975. 142 pages.
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McCann, Kevin (OH-159) Member, staff of General Eisenhower, 1946-51; Special Assistant and Consultant to the President, 1953-61. [COHP] 1966. 163 pages.
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McCann, Kevin (OH-482) [EL] 1972. 81 pages.
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McCann, Kevin (OH-552) [OTHER] 1973, 1980. 76 pages.
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McCardle, Carl (OH-116) Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, 1953-57. [COHP] 1967. 48 pages.
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McCarty, Nancy Jensen (OH-335) Personal secretary to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1967-68. [EL] 1971. 58 pages.
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McCloy, John J. (OH-221) Assistant Secretary of War, 1941-45; U.S. Military Governor and High Commissioner for Germany, 1949-52; American negotiator at several international conferences. [COHP] 1970-72. 56 pages.
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McCloy, John J. (OH-303) [COHP] 1971. 16 pages.
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McClure, Stewart (OH-546) Chief Clerk, Senate Committee on Labor, Education, and Welfare, 1955-1969, 1971-1973. [OTHER] 1983. 298 pages.
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McCone, John A. (OH-201) Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), 1958-60; Director, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), 1961-65. [COHP] 1971. 17 pages.
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McCone, John A. (OH-396) [EL] 1976. 50 pages.
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McCormac, Keith (OH-450) Businessman from Bakersfield, California; active in the Republican politics in California. [OTHER] 1971. 242 pages.
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McCoy, Alvin (OH-8) Newspaperman on Kansas politics, Kansas City Star. [EL] 1967. 35 pages.
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McCrory, James (OH-256) Newspaperman on Texas politics. San Antonio Light, and San Antonio Express and News. [COHP] 1969. 20 pages.
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McCrum, Marie (OH-360) Secretary to Charles Douglas (C.D.) Jackson, 1946-64. [EL] 1975. 89 pages.
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McDonnell, John F., "Six" (OH-330) Boyhood friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower in Abilene, Kansas. [EL] 1970. 59 pages.
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McElroy, Neil H. (OH-26) Chairman, White House Conference on Education, 1954-56; Secretary of Defense, 1957-59. [COHP] 1967. 90 pages.
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McGuire, Edward Perkins (OH-257) Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1954-56; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Supply and Logistics, 1956-61. [COHP] 1972. 98 pages.
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McIlvaine, Robinson (OH-405) Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, 1954-56; Counselor, American Embassy, Lisbon, 1956-59; Counsel General, Congo, 1960-61. [EL] 1978. 30 pages.
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McKay, Lawrence (OH-496) Army pilot assigned to White House duty during the Eisenhower Administration. [EL] 1976. 54 pages.
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McKeldin, Theodore R. (OH-222) Mayor of Baltimore, 1943-47, 1963-67, Governor of Maryland, 1951-59; made nominating speech for Eisenhower at Republican National Convention, 1952. [COHP] 1967-68. 79 pages.
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McMath, Sidney (OH-202) Governor of Arkansas, 1949-53, re the Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957. [COHP] 1970. 32 pages.
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McNitt, Rollin Lee (OH-452) Attorney, member of the Los Angeles County Democratic Central Committee, delegate to the 1944 and 1948 Democratic National Conventions. [OTHER] 1969. 34 pages.
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McPhee, Henry R. (OH-145) Special Assistant to President's Economic Advisor, 1954-57; Assistant Special Counsel to the President, 1957-58; Associate Special Counsel to the President, 1958-61. [COHP] 1970. 59 pages.
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McPhee, Henry R. (OH-563) Special Assistant to President's Economic Advisor, 1954-57; Assistant Special Counsel to the President, 1957-58; Associate Special Counsel to the President, 1958-61. [EL] 1974-77. 61 pages.
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McPhee, Henry R. (OH-564) Special Assistant to President's Economic Advisor, 1954-57; Assistant Special Counsel to the President, 1957-58; Associate Special Counsel to the President, 1958-61. [OTHER] 1974. 22 pages.
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Mears, Clifton L. (OH-340) Airplane repair management specialist during World War II; active in the Eisenhower campaign of 1952 in New Mexico. [EL] 1974. 73 pages.
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Mellon, Thomas J. (OH-456) President of Wesix Electric Heater Company, Chief Administrative Officer for the City of San Francisco, California delegate to the 1952 Republican National Convention. [OTHER] 1971, 1973. 35 pages.
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Mellor, Mabel (OH-415) Secretary to Emmett Graham, Secretary of the Eisenhower Foundation. [EL] 1976. 76 pages.
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Merchant, Livingston (OH-117) Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, 1953-56; 1958-59, U.S. Ambassador to Canada, 1956-58; 1961-63; Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, 1959-61. [COHP] 1967-68. 86 pages.
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Merriam, Robert (OH-118) Assistant Director, 1955-58, and Deputy Director, 1958, Bureau of the Budget; Deputy Assistant to the President for Inter-departmental Affairs, 1958-61. [COHP] 1969. 209 pages.
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Miller, Henry L. (OH-304) Naval officer with the Pacific Fleet; member, Strategic Plans Division, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, 1953-55; Director, Progress Analysis Group, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, 1957-59. [COHP] 1971. 59 pages.
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Minnich, L. Arthur (OH-45) Assistant White House Staff Secretary, 1953-60. [COHP] 1967. 35 pages.
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Minnich, L. Arthur (OH-391) [EL] 1974-75. 132 pages.
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Mintener, Bradshaw (OH-259) Active in the Eisenhower campaign and Minnesota primary, 1951-52. [COHP] 1968. 66 pages.
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Mitchell, William L. (OH-93) Deputy Commissioner, 1946-59, and Commissioner, 1959-61, Social Security Administration. [COHP] 1968. 85 pages.
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Moaney, John A. (OH-328) Personal aide to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1942-69. [EL] 1972. 138 pages.
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Moore, Ray (OH-319) Active in the Eisenhower campaign in Washington, 1950-52. [EL] 1972. 45 pages.
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Moos, Malcolm (OH-260) White House Consultant, 1957-58; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1958-61. [COHP] (written permission) 1972. 42 pages.
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Morgan, Edward P. (OH-261) News correspondent for CBS, 1951-54; News commentator for ABC, 1955-67. [COHP] 1967. 54 pages.
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Morgan, Gerald (OH-223) 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. [COHP] 1962-68. 133 pages.
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Morgan, Gerald (OH-410) [OTHER] 1974. 18 pages.
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Morrow, E. Frederic (OH-92) Staff Advisor on race relations during 1952 campaign; advisor for business affairs in the Department of Commerce, 1953-55; administrative officer in the Special Projects Group, White House, 1955-61. [COHP] 1968. 176 pages.
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Morrow, E. Frederic (OH-376) [EL] 1977. 64 pages.
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Morse, True D. (OH-40) Under Secretary of Agriculture, 1953-61. [COHP] 1967. 115 pages.
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Mull, Archibald M., Jr. (OH-457) Lawyer, active in the Republican Party in California, alternate delegate to Republican National Convention from California, 1952. [OTHER] 1969. 35 pages.
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Murphy, Robert D. (OH-224) President Roosevelt's personal representative in French North Africa, 1940-42; Chief Civil Affairs Officer on staff of Supreme Commander, AFHQ, 1942-43; U.S. Ambassador to Japan, 1952; Assistant Secretary of State for U.N. Affairs, 1953; Deputy Under Secretary of State, 1953-59; Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, 1959. [COHP] 1972. 46 pages.
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Murphy, Robert D. (OH-305) [COHP] 1971. 21 pages.
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Nelsen, Ancher (OH-146) National Administrator of Rural Electrification
Administration, 1953-56; Congressman from Minnesota, 1959-75. [COHP] 1970. 35 pages.
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Nevins, Arthur (OH-119) Military associate with Eisenhower in the Philippines,
1936-38, and during World War II; manager of the Eisenhower Gettysburg Farm, beginning in 1950. [COHP] 1970. 87 pages.
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Nevins, Arthur (OH-380) [EL] 1972. 78 pages.
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Newsom, Herschel (OH-306) Master of the National Grange, 1950-68; member
of various boards and commissions in the Eisenhower administration. [COHP] 1968. 109 pages.
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Nichols, Kenneth D. (OH-262) Chief of the Armed Forces Special Weapons
Project, 1948-50; Deputy Director of Guided Missiles in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, 1950-53; General Manager of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1953-55; member of Army Science Advisory Panel, 1956-65. [COHP] (written permission) 1967. 101 pages.
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Norstad, Lauris (OH-385) Commander in Chief, U.S. and Allied Air Forces in Central Europe, 1951; Air Deputy, SHAPE, 1953-56; Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, SHAPE, 1956-63. [EL] 1976. 52 pages.
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Norstad, Lauris (OH-558) [OTHER] 1987. 314 pages.
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O'Connor, Roderic L. (OH-307) Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1953-55; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations, 1955-57; Administrator, State Department Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs, 1957-58. [COHP] 1972. 144 pages.
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Oettinger, Katharine B. (OH-500) Chief of the Children's Bureau, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1957-68 and Deputy Assistant Secretary, 1968-69. [OTHER] 1985. 432 pages.
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Oles, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd (OH-249) Chairman, Washington State Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952. [EL] 1972. 125 pages.
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Oliver, William W. (OH-458) Head law clerk to the Chief Justice Earl Warren, 1953-54. [OTHER] 1975. 35 pages.
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O'Rourke, Dennis (OH-43) General counsel, Holly Sugar Corp.; worked with Department of Agriculture on sugar legislation. [COHP] 1967. 42 pages.
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Osborn, Genevieve (OH-533) Home care provider and housekeeper for Dwight Eisenhower’s mother, Ida Stover Eisenhower, 1945. [EL] 1973. 170 pages.
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Outland, George E. (OH-459) California representative to Congress, 1943-1946; statewide manager for James Roosevelt’s gubernatorial campaign in California, 1950. [OTHER] 1972. 61 pages.
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Paarlberg, Don (OH-52) Economic advisor to Secretary of Agriculture, 1953-57; Assistant Secretary of Agriculture, 1957-58; Special Assistant to President for Economic Affairs, 1958-61; Coordinator of Food for Peace Program, 1960-61. (COHP) 1968. 165 pages.
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Parker, Gen. Hugh A. (OH-326) Military associate of General Eisenhower; worked with the Philippine Air Force, 1935-37. (EL) 1972. 76 pages.
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Patterson, Bradley H. Jr. (OH-225) Staff member, White House Secretariat, 1954-55; Assistant to the Secretary to the Cabinet, 1955-61. (COHP) 1968. 66 pages.
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Patterson, Hugh Jr. (OH-263) Publisher, Arkansas Gazette, at time of Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957. (COHP) 1970. 86 pages.
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Patterson, John S. (OH-226) Deputy Administrator, Veterans Administration (VA), 1954-57; Deputy Director, Office of Defense Mobilization (ODM), 1957-58; Deputy Director, Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization (OCDM), 1958-61. (COHP) 1970. 55 pages.
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Paul, Charles (OH-493) Chairman, Washington State Taft for President organization. (EL) 1972. 28 pages.
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Pearkes, Gen. George R. (OH-339) Commanding General, Canadian Pacific Command, 1942-45; Canadian Minister of Defense, 1957-60. (EL) 1974. 53 pages.
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Percy, Charles (OH-147) Special ambassador and personal representative of President to Presidential inauguration ceremonies in Peru and Bolivia, 1956; Vice Chairman, Republican National Finance Committee, 1957-59; Senator from Illinois, 1967-85. (COHP) 1970. 34 pages.
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Persons, Wilton B. (OH-334) Active in the Eisenhower campaign of 1952; Deputy Assistant to the President, 1953-58; The Assistant to the President, 1958-61. (COHP) 1970. 163 pages.
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Persons, Wilton B. (OH-399) (OTHER) 1974. 23 pages.
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Petersen, Howard C. (OH-227) War Department official; member, Board of Directors, Panama Canal Company, 1953-68; chairman of fund-raising activities, Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952. (COHP) 1968. 70 pages.
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Picking, Lelia G. (OH-7) Classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower in Abilene, Kansas. (EL) 1965. 24 pages.
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Pittenger, Richard M. (OH-88) Vice-President of Farmers Insurance Group, 1948-1952; active in press affairs at the 1953 Houston Governors’ Conference and the Republican National Convention. (COHP) 1967. 38 pages.
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Polland, Milton R. (OH-460) In charge of delegates for Earl Warren at the 1952 Republican National Convention; long-time friend of Goodwin Knight and Hubert Humphrey. (OTHER) 1979. 39 pages.
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Portal, Viscount Charles (OH-79) Chief of British Air Staff, 1940-45. (EL) 1968. 11 pages.
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Porter, H. Jack (OH-228) Republican National Committeeman for Texas, 1952-70; active in the Eisenhower campaign in Texas, 1951-52. (COHP) 1969. 47 pages.
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Porter, H. Jack (OH-370) (EL) 1975. 53 pages.
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Porter, H. Jack and Joe Ingraham (OH-349) (EL) 1972. 177 pages.
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Post, Langdon (OH-461) Northern California campaign manager for James Roosevelt’s gubernatorial campaign, 1950. (OTHER) 1972. 57 pages.
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Powell, Terrell E. (OH-203) Principal, Hall High School, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1957-58; Superintendent of Schools, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1958-61. (COHP) 1972. 35 pages.
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Pruden, Wesley (OH-264) President of the Citizens Council during Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957-58. (COHP) 1970. 34 pages.
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Pyle, Howard D. and Charles Masterson (OH-120) Administrative Assistant to the President, 1955-59. (COHP) 1967. 134 pages.
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Quesada, Elwood Richard (OH-308) Military associate of General Eisenhower during World War II; Special Assistant to the President for aviation, 1957-58; Chairman, Airways Modernization Board, 1957-58; Administrator, Federal Aviation Agency (FAA), 1958-61. [COHP] 1967-68. 89 pages.
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Quesada, Elwood Richard (OH-476) [EL] 1973-76. 216 pages.
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Rabb, Maxwell M. (OH-265) Member, Eisenhower's election campaign staff, 1952; President's Associate Counsel, 1953; Secretary to the Cabinet, 1953-58. [COHP] 1970. 39 pages.
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Rabb, Maxwell M. (OH-309) [COHP] 1971. 23 pages.
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Rabb, Maxwell M. (OH-479) [EL] 1975. 34 pages.
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Reid, Ogden R. (OH-61) Editor, New York Herald Tribune and U.S. Ambassador to Israel, 1959-61. [COHP] 1967. 23 pages.
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Reid, Ralph W.E. (OH-229) Assistant to the Director of the Bureau of the Budget (BOB), 1953-54; Assistant Director of BOB, 1954-61. [COHP] 1972. 51 pages.
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Rice, Edward E. (OH-230) Foreign Service officer in China, 1935-45; U.S. Consul
General, Stuttgart, West Germany, 1953-56; member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, 1959-62. [COHP] 1972. 74 pages.
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Richman, Martin F. (OH-462) Law clerk for Chief Justice Earl Warren, 1956-1957. [OTHER] 1975. 16 pages.
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Roberts, Chalmers (OH-54) Newsman, Washington Post. [COHP] 1967. 37 pages.
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Roberts, Charles Wesley (OH-310) Journalist. [COHP] 1972. 72 pages.
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Roberts, Clifford (OH-266) Close friend of the Eisenhowers; manager, Augusta National Golf Club. [COHP] 1969-72. 881 pages.
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Robertson, Walter S. (OH-121) Assistant Secretary of State for the Far East, 1953-59. [COHP] 1967. 194 pages.
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Robinson, William (OH-392) Consultant to the Surgeon General, U.S. Public Health Service. 1954. [EL] 1976. 40 pages.
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Rockefeller, Nelson (OH-231) Chairman, U.S. President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization, 1953-58; Under Secretary of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1953-54; Special Assistant to the President, 1954-55. [COHP] 1967. 40 pages.
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Rogers, William P. (OH-232) Deputy Attorney General of the U.S., 1953-57; Attorney General of the U.S., 1957-61. [COHP] (written permission) 1968. 51 pages.
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Roosa, Robert (OH-267) Served in OSS, 1943-46; official of the Federal Reserve Bank, New York, 1946-60; Under Secretary of the U.S. Treasury for Monetary Affairs, 1961-64. [COHP] 1972. 155 pages.
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Roosevelt, James (OH-463) Son of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Democratic candidate for Governor in California, 1950. [OTHER] 1972. 78 pages.
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Rossides, Eugene T. (OH-510) Assistant to the Undersecretary of the Treasury, 1958-61. [EL] 1990. 33 pages.
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Rovere, Richard H. (OH-65) Staff writer, New Yorker magazine; author of The Eisenhower Years. [COHP] 1968. 45 pages.
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Rubottom, Roy (OH-268) Foreign Service officer; Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, 1957-60; U.S. Ambassador to Argentina, 1960-62. [COHP] 1969-70. 96 pages.
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Rumbough, Stanley M. Jr. (OH-68) Founder and Vice Chairman of Citizens for Eisenhower - Nixon Committee in 1952; Special Assistant to Secretary of Commerce, 1953; Special Assistant in the Executive Branch Liaison Office, White House, 1953-54; Chairman of the U.S. Committee for the United Nations, 1957-58. [COHP] 1967. 40 pages.
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Russell, Christopher (OH-406) Assistant to the White House Staff Secretary, 1959-61. [EL] 1974-75. 135 pages.
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Sacco, Irene Miller (OH-474) Daughter of Harvey L. Miller, who, along with C.W. Parker, founded the carousel factory in Abilene, Kansas around the turn of the century. (EL) 1974. 77 pages.
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Salisbury, Harrison (OH-233) Journalist, United Press International and the New York Times. (COHP) 1972. 49 pages.
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Salomon, Irving (OH-204) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1951-52, and the Nixon campaign, 1960; Chairman, U.S. Delegation to the Paris UNESCO Conference, 1953. (COHP) 1972. 40 pages.
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Saltonstall, Leverett (OH-29) Senator from Massachusetts, 1944-67; served on the Armed Services Committee, Defense Subcommittee. (COHP) 1967. 154 pages.
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Samuel, Irene (OH-148) Leader of the Women's Emergency Committee during the Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis in 1957-59. (COHP) 1970. 49 pages.
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Sargeant, Howland (OH-149) U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1944-46; President of UNESCO General Conference in Paris, 1951. (COHP) 1970. 27 pages.
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Saulnier, Raymond J. (OH-234) Consultant to the Council of Economic Advisers (CEA), 1953-55; member of CEA, 1955-56; chairman of CEA, 1956-61. (COHP) 1967. 71 pages.
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Schaefer, J. Earl (OH-81) West Point classmate and longtime friend of General Eisenhower. (EL) 1969. 37 pages.
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Scheele, Dr. Leonard (OH-85) Surgeon General of the U.S. Public Health Service, 1948-56. (COHP) 1967. 45 pages.
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Scherer, Raymond (OH-47) White House correspondent for NBC. (COHP) 1968. 55 pages.
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Schine, G. David (OH-205) Chief Consultant to the Investigations Subcommittee of the Senate Government Operations Committee, 1953. (COHP) 1971. 21 pages.
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Schoenberg, Irving (OH-561) White House social aide, 1954-1956. (OTHER) 2010. 30 pages.
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Schottland, Charles Irwin (OH-464) Director of California Department of Social Welfare, 1950-1954; Commissioner of Social Security, 1954-1959. (OTHER) 1972. 95 pages.
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Schulz, Robert L. (OH-150) Aide-de-camp to General Dwight Eisenhower, 1947-52; Military Aide to the President, 1953-61; executive assistant to ex-President Eisenhower 1961-69. (COHP) 1968. 293 pages.
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Schulz, Robert L. (OH-495) (EL) 1972-75. 111 pages.
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Scott, Charles (OH-475) Attorney working with the NAACP on the Brown vs. Board of Education case. (OTHER) 1970. 56 pages.
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Scott, Inez G. (OH-409) Driver for General Eisenhower during the North African Campaign, 1943. (EL) 1979. 34 pages.
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Scribner, Fred C. Jr. (OH-235) Active in Republican Party national affairs and campaigns, 1940-present; General Counsel, Republican National Committee (RNC), 1952-55; General Counsel, 1955-57; Assistant Secretary, 1957, and Under Secretary, 1957-61, Department of the Treasury. (COHP) 1972. 84 pages.
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Seamans, Robert C. Jr. (OH-313) Associated with National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA); Associate Administrator, 1960-65, and Deputy Administrator, 1965-68, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). (OTHER) 1968. 162 pages.
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Seamans, Robert C. Jr. (OH-315) (OTHER) 1973. 21 pages.
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Seaton, Gladys D. (OH-390) Wife of Fred Seaton, Secretary of the Interior, 1956-61. (EL) 1974-75. 173 pages.
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Shadegg, Stephen (OH-122) Active in the Republican Party in Arizona. (COHP) 1967. 30 pages.
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Shanley, Bernard M. (OH-348) Member of the Advisory Committee for the Eisenhower campaign of 1952; Special Counsel to President Eisenhower, 1953-55; Appointment Secretary to President Eisenhower, 1955-57. (EL) 1975. 123 pages.
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Shanley, Bernard M. (OH-403) (OTHER) 1974. 54 pages.
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Sharp, Dudley C. (OH-236) Assistant Secretary for Materiel, 1955-59, Under Secretary, 1959, and Secretary, 1959-61, U.S. Air Force. (COHP) 1969. 68 pages.
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Sheldon, James (OH-269) Public relations director of the Nationalities Division Democratic National Committee. (COHP) 1972. 187 pages.
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Sheldon, Joseph S. (OH-151) Active in the Republican party in Texas, and the Eisenhower campaign of 1952. (COHP) 1969. 29 pages.
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Sheldon, Joseph S. (OH-329) (EL) 1972. 59 pages.
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Shelton, William T. (OH-152) City editor, Arkansas Gazette, at time of Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957-59. (COHP) 1970. 36 pages.
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Shepley, James R. (OH-51) Journalist, Washington bureau chief, Time magazine, 1948-61, re foreign affairs. (COHP) 1967. 40 pages.
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Sherrod, Robert Lee (OH-237) Far East correspondent, 1952-55, and Managing Editor, 1955-62, of the Saturday Evening Post. (COHP) 1972. 53 pages.
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Shivers, Allan (OH-238) Governor of Texas, 1949-57; active in the Eisenhower election campaign, 1952. (COHP) 1969. 59 pages.
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Shoup, David M. (OH-206) Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, 1960-63. (COHP) 1972. 30 pages.
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Siciliano, Rocco (OH-9) Special Assistant to the President for Personnel Management, 1957-59. (EL) 1967-68. 123 pages.
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Simpson, William H. (OH-314) Military associate of General Eisenhower; Commanding General, 9th Army, European Theater, 1944-45. (EL) 1972. 127 pages.
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Slater, Ellis D. (OH-239) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1951-52; personal friend of the Eisenhowers. (COHP) 1970. 39 pages.
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Slater, Ilene (OH-71) Secretary to the Chairman of Citizens for Eisenhower in 1952; Secretary to Sherman Adams, 1953-57. (COHP) 1968. 59 pages.
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Small, Merrell F. (OH-465) Newspaperman; active in California Republican Party, Departmental Secretary for the Office of the Governor, 1945-1953. (OTHER) 1970-1971. 227 pages.
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Small, Merrell F. (OH-466) (OTHER) 1972. 4 pages.
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Smith, Bromley (OH-270) State Department official; member of the National Security Council (NSC) special staff, 1953-58; Executive Officer for the Operations Coordinating Board (OCB), 1958-61. (COHP) 1972. 37 pages.
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Smith, Gerard C. (OH-513) Special Assistant to Secretary of State for Atomic Affairs, 1954-57; Assistant Secretary of State, Director of Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, 1957-61; Foreign Policy Consultant, Washington Center Foreign Policy Research, 1961-69; Director of U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1969-72. (EL) 1990. 42 pages.
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Smith, Howard K. (OH-99) Chief European correspondent and European Director of CBS in London, 1946-57, and CBS correspondent, Washington Bureau, 1957-61. (COHP) 1967. 45 pages.
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Smith, Merriman (OH-160) White House Correspondent for United Press International, 1941-70. (COHP) 1968. 80 pages.
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Smith, William J. (OH-240) Legislative secretary and legal counsel to Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus, 1957-67; Associate Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, 1958. (COHP) 1971. 91 pages.
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Smylie, Robert E. (OH-355) Attorney General of Idaho, 1947-55; Governor of Idaho, 1955-67. (EL) 1975. 72 pages.
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Snider, Dwight E. (OH-520) Steward aboard the aircraft Columbine during Dwight D. Eisenhower’s tenure as NATO Commander. (EL) 1978. 52 pages.
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Snider, Orin (OH-6) Childhood friend of Dwight D. and Edgar Eisenhower in Abilene, Kansas. (EL) 1964. 52 pages.
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Snyder, Murray (OH-59) Assistant press secretary to the President, 1953-57. (COHP) 1967. 67 pages.
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Snyder, Richard C. (OH-559) Son of Howard M. Snyder, Eisenhower's personal physician. (OTHER) 2011. 37 pages.
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Sprague, Mansfield D. (OH-100) General Counsel, Department of Defense, 1955-57; Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1958-66. (COHP) 1968. 58 pages.
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Staats, Elmer B. (OH-50) Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1950-53 and 1958-66. (COHP) 1967. 60 pages.
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Stack, James R. (OH-317) Military associate of Dwight D. Eisenhower at Ft. Lewis, Washington, 1940, and the War Plans Division of the War Department, 1941-42. (EL) 1972-73. 132 pages.
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Stambaugh, John H. (OH-372) Assistant to the Director of the Foreign Operations Administration, 1954-55; Special Counsel to the President, 1957-58. (EL) 1976. 102 pages.
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Stanley, Timothy (OH-398) Staff member, Office of the Secretary of Defense,1955; Special Assistant, White House Staff, 1957-59; Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1959-62. (EL) 1977. 37 pages.
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Stans, Maurice H. (OH-46) Financial consultant to Postmaster General, 1953-55; Deputy Postmaster, 1955-57; Deputy Director, 1957-58; and Director, 1958-61, Bureau of the Budget. (COHP) 1968. 84 pages.
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Stapf, Charles J. (OH-375) Member of the Board of Directors of the Eisenhower Foundation. (EL) 1976. 67 pages.
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Stassen, Harold (OH-123) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1952; Mutual Security Administrator, 1953; Director, Foreign Operations Administration, 1953-55; Special Assistant to the President for Disarmament, 1955-58. (COHP) 1967. 68 pages.
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Stassen, Harold (OH-467) (OTHER) 1976. 42 pages.
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Stassen, Harold (OH-519) Director of the Foreign Operations Administration, 1953-55, and Special Assistant to the President for Disarmament, 1955-58. (EL) 1977. 28 pages.
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Steelman, John R. (OH-94) Assistant to President Truman; liaison official re transition to the Eisenhower administration. (COHP) 1968. 89 pages.
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Steinhart, John H. (OH-468) Lawyer, son of Jesse Steinhart who was an associate of Earl Warren. (OTHER) 1973. 19 pages.
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Stephens, Thomas E. (OH-161) Appointments Secretary to General Eisenhower, 1950-53; Special Counsel to the President and Appointments Secretary, 1953-61. (COHP) 1968. 100 pages.
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Stevens, Ted (OH-484) U.S. attorney, District of Alaska, 1953-56; Legislative Counsel, Department of the Interior, 1956-58. (EL) 1977. 31 pages.
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Storey, Robert G. (OH-241) Member, Commission on Reorganization of the Executive Branch of Government, 1953-55; Vice Chairman, U.S. Civil Rights Commission, 1957-63. (COHP) 1971. 66 pages.
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Strauss, Lewis L. (OH-271) Member, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1946-50; Chairman, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1953-58. (COHP) 1962-63. 178 pages.
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Streibert, Theodore (OH-153) Director, U.S. Information Agency, 1953-56; Member of business staff of Nelson and Laurance Rockefeller, 1957-60. (COHP) 1970. 36 pages.
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Summerfield, Arthur (OH-242) Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1952-53; U.S. Postmaster General, 1953-61. (COHP) (closed) 1970. 93 pages.
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Sutton, Glenn W. (OH-356) Member, U.S. Tariff Commission, 1954-71. (EL) 1976. 45 pages.
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Swan, D. Walter (OH-343) Active in the Eisenhower campaigns of 1952 and 1956; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, 1953-54. (EL) 1976. 95 pages.
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Swing, Joseph (OH-154) West Point classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1911-15; U.S. Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, 1954-61. (COHP) 1967. 77 pages.
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Tait, Edward T. (OH-384) Member of Eisenhower's campaign train, 1952; Executive Assistant to the Chairman of the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), 1953-55; Executive Director of SEC, 1955; Special Assistant to President Eisenhower, 1955-56; member of Federal Trade Commission, 1956-60. [EL] 1974-76. 157 pages.
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Tames, George (OH-547) Washington, D.C. photographer for the New York Times, 1945-1985. [OTHER] 1988. 192 pages.
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Thayer, Robert H. (OH-243) Assistant to the U.S. Ambassador to France, 1951-54; staff member, Operations Coordinating Board, 1954-55; U.S. Minister to Rumania, 1955-58; Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, 1958-61. [COHP] 1972. 45 pages.
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Thayer, Walter (OH-272) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1952; active in the Nixon campaign, 1960. [COHP] 1967. 53 pages.
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Thomas, Charles (OH-490) Undersecretary of the Navy, Jan.-Aug. 1953; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Supply and Logistics, 1953-54; Secretary of the Navy, 1954-57. [EL] 1976. 65 pages.
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Thornton, Jessie W. (OH-273) Wife of Dan Thornton (Governor of Colorado, 1951-55); friend of the Eisenhowers and Douds. [COHP] (written permission) 1969. 41 pages.
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Thye, Edward J. (OH-22) Senator from Minnesota, 1946-59, re agriculture. [COHP] 1967. 77 pages.
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Todd, Webster B. (OH-207) Active in New Jersey politics, and the Eisenhower campaign of 1952; Director, Office of Economic Affairs, U.S. Mission to NATO and European regional organizations, 1953-54. [COHP] 1972. 90 pages.
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Tollefson, Thor C. (OH-338) Congressman from Washington, 1947-65. [EL] 1972-74. 82 pages.
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Toner, Albert (OH-491) Member, Psychological Strategy Board and Operations Coordinating Board staff, 1951-56; Assistant to the Staff Secretary in the White House, 1956-61. [EL] 1974, 1977. 94 pages.
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Tourtellotte, Janet P. (with Edith D. Williams) (OH-332) Active in the Republican party in Washington and the Eisenhower campaign in 1952. [EL] 1972. 68 pages.
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Tucker, Everett, Jr. (OH-244) Member of Little Rock, Arkansas, school board, 1958-65. [COHP] 1971. 63 pages.
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Tuttle, Elbert (OH-208) Active in the Republican Party in Georgia; General Counsel, Department of the Treasury, 1953-54; Judge, 5th Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals, 1954-70. [COHP] 1970. 115 pages.
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Twining, Nathan F. (OH-274) Vice Chief of Staff, 1950-53, and Chief of Staff, 1953-57, Department of the Air Force; Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1957-60. [COHP] 1967. 252 pages.
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Upton, Wayne (OH-245) Member of Little Rock, Arkansas school board, 1957-58. [COHP] 1971. 65 pages.
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Wadsworth, James J. (OH-209) Special Assistant, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948-50; Acting Director, Civil Defense Office, 1950; Deputy Administrator, FCDA, 1951; Deputy U.S. Representative, 1953-60, and Permanent U.S. Representative, 1960-61, to the United Nations. [COHP] 1967. 251 pages.
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Wainhouse, David W. (OH-278) State Department official with responsibilities for international organizations and United Nations political affairs, 1946-56; U.S. Minister to Austria, 1956-62. [COHP] 1972. 34 pages.
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Walters, Vernon (OH-108) Translator for Dwight D. Eisenhower while he was SHAPE Commander and President. [EL] 1970. 94 pages.
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Walters, Vernon (OH-499) Government official; Military Attache; Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, 1972-76; Ambassador-at-Large, 1981-present; interpreter for U.S. Presidents, Truman through Reagan, 1948-present. [OTHER] 1984. 32 pages.
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Warren, Earl Jr. (OH-469) Municipal court judge, son of Chief Justice and former California governor, Earl Warren. [OTHER] 1970. 92 pages.
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Warren, James (OH-470) Businessman, son of Chief Justice and former California Governor Earl Warren. [OTHER] 1979. 55 pages.
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Warren, Nina (OH-471) Wife of Chief Justice and former California Governor, Earl Warren. [OTHER] 1979. 6 pages.
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Warren, Robert (OH-472) Son of Chief Justice and former California Governor Earl Warren. [OTHER] 1971. 44 pages.
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Washburn, Abbott (OH-124) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, Citizens for Eisenhower, 1951-52; Deputy to the Special Assistant to the President, 1953; Deputy Director, U.S. Information Agency, 1954-61. [COHP] 1967-68. 91 pages.
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Watkins, Arthur (OH-125) Senator for Utah, 1947-59; member, 1959-60, and Chief Commissioner, 1960-68, Indian Claims Commission. [COHP] 1968. 98 pages.
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Weeks, Sinclair (OH-277) Chairman, Finance Committee of the Republican National Committee, 1949-52; Secretary of Commerce, 1953-58. [COHP] 1967. 174 pages.
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Weinberger, Caspar (OH-473) California State Assemblyman, 1952-1956; California delegate to Republican National Convention, 1956 (alternate), 1960; vicechairman of the California Republican State Central Committee, 1960-1962 and chairman from 1962-1964. [OTHER] 1978, 1979. 100 pages.
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Wheaton, Anne W. (OH-64) Director of Women's Publicity for the Republican National Committee, 1939-57; Associate White House Press Secretary, 1957-61. [COHP] 1968. 180 pages.
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Wheeler, Clyde A. (OH-388) Confidential Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture, 1954-57; Special Assistant to the Secretary, 1957-59; Staff Assistant to President Eisenhower, 1959-60. [EL] 1974-75. 116 pages.
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Wheeler, Clyde A. (OH-515) [EL] 1990. 38 pages.
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Whitman, Ann C. (OH-511) Personal Secretary to the President, 1953-61. [EL] 1991. 35 pages.
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Wilcox, Francis O. (OH-246) Chief of the professional staff, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 1947-55; Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations, 1955-61. [COHP] 1972. 64 pages.
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Wilcox, Francis O. (OH-498) [OTHER] 1984. 235 pages.
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Williams, E. Grainger (OH-155) President of the Little Rock, Arkansas, Chamber of Commerce during school integration crisis, 1957-59. [COHP] 1970. 66 pages.
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Williams, Edith and Janet Tourtellotte (OH-332) Active in the Republican party in Washington and the Eisenhower campaign of 1952. [EL] 1972. 68 pages.
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Williams, Ralph (OH-503) U.S. Navy officer; speechwriter on White House Staff, 1958-61. [EL] 1988. 47 pages.
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Williams, Walter (OH-276) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, Citizens for Eisenhower, 1951-52; Under Secretary of Commerce, 1953-58. [COHP] 1967. 104 pages.
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Willis, Charles F. Jr. (OH-86) Founder of Citizens for Eisenhower and vice chairman, 1951-52; Assistant to the President, 1953-55. [COHP] 1968. 51 pages.
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Wilson, Paul (OH-418) Lawyer with Attorney General's office in Kansas who helped prepare and present brief for Brown vs. Board of Education case. [OTHER] 1970. 33 pages.
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Witter, Reverend Ray I. (OH-5) Relative (his mother and Dwight D. Eisenhower's father were brother and sister), discusses the church the Eisenhowers attended. [EL] 1964. 41 pages.
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Wolf, Charles W. (OH-549) Active in the Republican Party in Adams County, Pennsylvania, attorney for Dwight D. Eisenhower in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1961-1969. [OTHER] 1983. 47 pages.
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Woodruff, Gen. Roscoe B. (OH-404) West Point classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower and World War II Corps Commander. [EL] 1972. 55 pages.
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Woods, Henry (OH-275) Attorney involved in Arkansas politics and Little Rock, Arkansas, school integration crisis, 1957-59. [COHP] 1972. 57 pages.
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Woodward, Jack M. (OH-512) Steward and valet aboard Columbine and Air Force One airplanes when Dwight D. Eisenhower was Supreme Allied Commander, NATO, 1951-52 and President, 1953-61. [EL] 1992. 35 pages.
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Wriston, Dr. Henry (OH-69) President of Brown University, 1937-55; executive director of the American Assembly, 1955-58; president of the American Assembly, 1958-62. [COHP] 1968. 55 pages.
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Yates, Charles R. (OH-247) Personal friend of the Eisenhowers; Secretary, Augusta National Golf Club. [COHP] 1970. 34 pages.
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Yost, Charles (OH-416) Minister-Counselor, American Embassy, Athens, Greece, 1950-53; Deputy High Commander to Austria, 1953-54; U.S. Minister, 1954-55; and Ambassador, 1955-56, to Laos; Minister, American Embassy, Paris, 1956-58; U.S. Ambassador to Syria, 1958, and Morocco, 1958-61. [EL] 1978. 27 pages.
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Young, Milton R. (OH-248) Senator from North Dakota, 1945-80. [COHP] 1967. 31 pages.
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Zaghi, Frederic A. (OH-107) Assistant to Sigurd S. Larmon of Young & Rubicam, advertising firm in New York, re the 1952 election campaign and the Citizens for Eisenhower. [EL] 1968. 12 pages.
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May 31, 2019