Fourth Quarter FY 2001
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- Papers of F. G. Awalt, Comptroller of the Currency.
- Papers of Kenneth Neu, long-time executive director of the Iowa Savings and Loan League and a Republican Party activist.
- Additional papers of the Delano family from Cynthia R. Mead, grandaughter of Warren Delano III, President Roosevelt's uncle. The donation includes a letter book of Warren Delano II for the years 1861-62 covering his business dealings in Hong Kong, an 1841 letter book of his brother and business partner, Edward Delano, and daily diaries of his son Warren Delano III for the years 1899-1919.
- This quarter the Eisenhower Library accessioned the following material: (1) papers of Henry B. Hyde, 1940-96, member of Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in France during World War II; (2) additional papers of Neil H. McElroy, 1957-58, Secretary of Defense; and papers of Barbara Wyden, 1944-46, who assisted Kay Summersby Morgan in writing Past Forgetting.
- Papers of J. Edward Day, Postmaster General, 1961-1963. Correspondence, speeches, journals, trip files, first-day covers, stamps, and photographs from his tenure as Postmaster General and materials relating to the lawsuit Doe v. McCone, in which a citizen sued all the living Postmasters General for opening undeliverable mail. 15 feet.
- Accretions to the papers of Edward M. Kennedy, Senator from Massachusetts and brother of President Kennedy. Files maintained by staff members Barbara Cobb, Gerry Kavanaugh, and Carey Parker; state files; and campaign files for 1980, 1982, and 1984. 26 feet.
- Papers of Jane Mason, socialite and friend of Ernest Hemingway. Contains correspondence with the Hemingways and a scrapbook about her life. 1 foot.
- Accretions to the papers of Louis F. Oberdorfer, Assistant Attorney General, 1961-65; judge; Robert Kennedy family's personal lawyer. Personal correspondence files and criminal and civilian case files from the U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia. 17 cubic feet.
- Personal papers of Frederick L. Deming, Undersecretary of the Treasury for Monetary Affairs, 1965-66. This collection consists of correspondence, reports, speeches, and memorabilia.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Papers: White House Administration Office Files, 1.5 cu. ft., consisting of personnel lists from several Presidential administrations, 1956-78.
- Accretion of 90 audiotapes to the James Cannon Research Interviews, consisting of interviews conducted from 1990-93 by Cannon with Ford associates and family members as part of his research for volume two of his Ford biography, Time and Chance.
- Accretion to the Susan Ford Bales Papers.
- Accretion to the Composite General Accessions.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Papers relating to his Navy service.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Scrapbooks.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Personal Papers.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Post-Presidential Office Files.
- Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Foundation Audiovisual Materials.
- Personal Papers of George Bush, Post-Presidential. 16 ft.
- Personal Papers of Chase Untermeyer. 0.33 ft.
- Personal Papers of Donna E. Shalala, Secretary of Health and Human Services, 1993-2001. The collection consists of background materials, briefing papers, and memorandums on various topics spanning that period. 86 cu. ft.
- Papers of Herbert Hoover: Papers relating to his attendance at the annual Bohemian Grove Encampments in Northern California, 1941-64. The collection contains correspondence, speeches, and encampment materials. 3 cubic feet.
- Fifteen audio recordings, totaling approximately 14 hours of private interviews between former President Truman and his advisers William Hillman and David Noyes. These were recorded from September 8 to November 17, 1959. Primarily, the recordings were used to help the former President in preparing his book, Mr. Citizen. The original reel-to-reel tapes cover a variety of topics, including Russian Premier Nikita Khruschev, the Cold War, organized labor in politics, the firing of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, the elections of 1952 and 1956, former Presidents of the United States, and other prominent individuals such as George C. Marshall and Sam Rayburn.
- Papers of Robert E. Hannegan (less than one linear foot), consisting mostly of personal correspondence to Hannegan, Postmaster General and Chairman of the DNC, and to his widow, Irma Hannegan, along with newspaper clippings, other printed material, and additional items. Approximate date span: 1929-87.
- Papers of Lawrence E. Hartwig (approx. 1 linear foot), consisting of published reports, regulations, transcripts of hearings, and other items relating to the history and activities of the Appeal Board and the Renegotiation Board on which Hartwig served. Both boards were involved in resolving contract issues arising between the government and private contractors. Approximate date span: 1942-78.
- Brainard, Charles L.: Papers, 1945-69
- Dowd, Eleanor M.: Papers, 1897-1953
- Eisenhower, Centennial Commission: Records 1987-91 (a component of Record Group 220: Records of Temporary Committees, Commissions and Boards)
- General Services Administration: Records regarding Eisenhower Library site acquisition, 1956-82
- Hughes, Rowland R.: Additional papers, 1950-59
- Huntington, Albert H., Jr.: Documents relating to foreign aid (duplicate copies, 1948-90)
- Jones, Roger W.: Papers, 1954-75
- Kimball, Arthur A.: Papers, 1891-1994
- Larson, G. Edward: Papers, 1942-93
- McElroy, Neil H.: Additional papers, 1957-58
- Morrow, E. Frederic: Additional records, 1955-60
- Rountree, William M.: Papers, 1935-95
- Rumbough, Stanley M., Jr.,: Papers, 1952-57
- Papers of James Cannon, writer and political adviser. Materials related to potential articles on Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., and Robert F. Kennedy. Including interviews with John F. Kennedy, Joseph P. Kennedy, and Mrs. Robert F. Kennedy, 1939-63. 0.5 foot
- Papers of Clark Clifford, Kennedy family attorney and presidential adviser. Personal files and papers relating to the 1960 Presidential transition, to his investigation of the authorship of Profiles in Courage and to legal matters. 1 foot, 3 rolls of microfilm.
- Correspondence from the permission-required personal papers of Joseph P. Kennedy, father of President Kennedy; banker; financier; diplomat; Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission (1934-1937); Chairman, Maritime Commission (1937); and American Ambassador to Great Britain (1938-40). The newly processed materials date from 1938 to 1941. 1.5 ft.
- Account from William G. Penny, who states that during World War II he was on the ground and witnessed an explosion over Great Britain in which Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., died.
- Returned Peace Corps volunteers added journals, correspondence, memoirs, tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews and audio-visual items to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection. Total: 3.5 feet.
William Austin, Ghana, 1961-63
George Cony, Ghana, 1961-63
Robert Crisco, Ghana, 1961-63
Regis Lemur, Tunisia, 1962-64
Sister Sandra Mangier, Botswana, 1982-83
Tom Peterson, Ghana, 1961-63
Lola Smith, Micronesia, 1966
M. Browser Smith, Ghana, 1961-65
Ray Sprigs, Ghana, 1961-63
Tom Trail, Ecuador, 1964
Dorothy Dee Valencia, Ghana, 1961-63
Sarah Stevenson Ventures, Haiti, 1990-91
Carol Warmer, Ghana, 1961-63
- Oral history interview with Lawrence E. Harrison of USIA, 1962-68.
- Oral History Transcripts: Herman Von Holt (friend of Ellsworth Bunker), 87 pages; Mortimer M. Caplin (Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1961-65), 93 pages; Frank Stanton (President, CBS), 86 pages; Thomas H. Kuchel (U.S. Senator, California), 20 pages; and Daniel C. Garcia, Sr. (businessman, student of Lyndon Johnson's at Cotulla, TX). 35 pages.
- National Security File, Country File, Jordan.
- Head of State Correspondence File, the files for Iceland and Poland.
- Special Head of State Correspondence File, the files for Bhutan, Botswana, Bulgaria, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Ceylon, Chad, Congo, Dahomey, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, the Fiji Islands, Gabon, Germany, Norway, Sudan, Swaziland, and Tanzania.
- Papers of Stanley Scott, Special Assistant to the President for Minority Affairs, 1971-77. 20 linear ft.
- FOIAs opened include documents relating to Phillip Brady in the Office of Cabinet Affairs, Japan Trade & Economic Policy, Presidential Memcons and Telcons between Bush and foreign leaders from 1989 to 1991, Events in China from April to July 1989, Gerald Calhoun Phillips, Phillips Colleges, Inc., Gerald Riso, and C. Ronald Kimberling, Charlton Heston, Convention on Civil & Political Rights, Dana Carvey, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Chuck Norris, and the Fitness Councel, Tino Duran, Marc Rich, and letter from Shoshana Cardin to George Bush 9/91. 56,737 pages.