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Second Quarter FY 2002

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Herbert Hoover Library

Accretion to the Papers of Senator Gerald Nye of North Dakota. Ca. 16 cubic feet.

Accretion to the Papers of Frances Knight Parrish. 2 cubic feet.

Accretion to the Papers of Wayne Parrish, longtime director of the U.S. Passport Office at the State Department and publisher of American Aviation. 1 cubic foot.

Six scrapbooks of French Strother, assistant to President Herbert Hoover and one of several speechwriters used by Hoover, March 1930 to March 1933.

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

George Elsey documents relating to Operation Torch, the Allied invasion of North Africa, November, 1942. 36 pp.

Papers of Aubrey W. Williams, a New Deal economic adviser to President Roosevelt and executive director of the National Youth Administration from 1935 to 1942, 1950 - 62. 8,000 pages, 10 Hollinger boxes.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Accretion to the Papers of Justus Baldwin Lawrence, 1934 - 94, public affairs officer at ETOUSA (1944 - 45) and SHAPE (1951 - 52).

Propaganda leaflets of Tim Frank, 1945 and 1952 - 53, scanned copies of World War II and Korean War leaflets.

Accretion to the Papers of John S. D. Eisenhower, 1917 - 83.

Accretion to the Records of the National Federation of Republican Women, 1985 - 87.

John F. Kennedy Library

Papers of Lucy Post Frisbee, author of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, America's Youngest President. Drafts, research materials and books. 4 feet.

Accretion to the Papers of Edward M. Kennedy, Senator from Massachusetts and brother of President Kennedy. Labor Committee files. 51 feet.

Accretion to the personal papers and other materials of Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General and brother of President Kennedy. Two audiovisual items.

Accretion to the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Awards. Winning entries for the 2001 awards for print and audiovisual awards. 1 foot.

Accretion to the personal papers of Louis Oberdorfer, Assistant Attorney General, 1961 - 65; judge; Robert Kennedy family's personal lawyer. Personal correspondence, and criminal and civil case files from the United States District Court in the District of Columbia. 53 feet.

Accretion to the personal papers of Theodore C. Sorensen, member, John F. Kennedy's Senate staff (1952 - 60); Special Counsel to the President (1961 - 64); author, Kennedy (1965). Material relating to Sorensen's farewell party, February 1964. Includes tributes to Sorensen, personal correspondence and photographs, 1965 - 68. 1.5 feet. Closed, pending deed.

Accretion to the personal papers of political consultant Matthew Reese. Contains subject files of Matthew Reese and Associates for various issues and political candidates including John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy, 1960 - 73. 8 feet.

Returned Peace Corps volunteers added journals, correspondence, memoirs, tapes and transcripts of oral history interviews and audiovisual items to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection. 20 oral history tapes and 1 foot of textual material.

Lyndon B. Johnson Library

Oral history transcripts from interviews with Dr. Joe B. Frantz, Professor of History at the University of Texas at Austin and the first Director of the Library's Oral History Project. These transcripts are available for research.

Nixon Presidential Materials Staff

Copies of Henry Kissinger's telephone transcripts, 21,000 pages.

Gerald R. Ford Library

The papers of Everett Ray Holloway, 1971 - 77, consisting of documents related to his Vietnam-era bad conduct discharge, subsequent reconciliation service, and Ford clemency program discharge. 29 pages.

The papers of William N. Walker, 1974 - 75, consisting of a chron file related to presidential appointments during his tenure as Director of the Presidential Personnel Office. 2 cubic feet.

Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Scrapbook.

Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Personal Papers.

Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Post-Presidential Papers.

Accretion to the Betty Ford Papers.

Accretion to the Composite General Accessions.

Accretion to the Composite Grand Rapids Accessions.

Jimmy Carter Library

Papers of Douglas M. Costle, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency during the Carter administration. 25 feet.

Accretion to the Jimmy Carter Post-Presidential Collection.

Accretion of to the Papers of Peter Bourne, husband of Mary King, who served on the Carter White House staff. 2 feet.

George Bush Library

Accretion to the George Bush Post-Presidential Collection. 9 linear feet.


Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Accretion to the Papers of Justus Baldwin Lawrence, 1934 - 94.

1965 Principal File Series of the Post-Presidential Papers of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961 - 69.

John F. Kennedy Library

White House Recordings, Tape 64, a brief meeting during which three draft instructions on what information was to be passed on to Russian representative Kuznetsov during the post - Cuban Missile Crisis meetings were discussed. Tape 65, part 1 records a meeting that took place primarily between the President and the Belgian Foreign Minister Henri Spaak and an 11/29/62 NSC Meeting on Cuba. Tape 65, part 2 and tape 66, part 1 were primarily Defense Secretary McNamara's presentation to the President reviewing the Department of Defense budget for FY 1964.

Arthur Schlesinger Papers, Classified Subject File. Approximately 20,800 pages.

Arthur Schlesinger Papers, Memoranda to the President File, Classified Chronological File, and Speeches for the President File. 2,700 pages.

Lyndon B. Johnson Library

National Security File, Special Head of State Correspondence File, files for Austria, Belgium, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Malagasy, Malawi, the Maldive Islands, Mali, Malta, Mauritania, Mauritius, Monaco, Morocco, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the United Arab Republic (UAR).

National Security File, International Meetings and Travel File, files pertaining to President Johnson's trip to the funeral of West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.

Nixon Presidential Materials Staff

Nixon White House tape recordings, January 1972 - June 1972. 494 hours.

Nixon White House tape recordings, February 1971 - July 1973, cabinet room conversations. 69 hours.

Gerald R. Ford Library

Declassified portions of Presidential Country Files for much of Africa and Europe

Accretion to the Gerald R. Ford Scrapbooks.

Accretion to the Susan Ford Bales Papers.

Ronald Reagan Library

Formerly restricted material under the Presidential Records Act. 67,850 pages.