Third Quarter FY 2002
Robert P. Newman research files, 1970 - 95, 20 cubic feet.
Accretion to the Papers of Senator Gerald P. Nye of North Dakota, n.d., 16 cubic feet.
Mrs. Robert Wood oral history interview transcripts.
Records and related material, Jehovah's Witnesses, Abilene Congregation, 1912 - 43.
Accretion to the Papers of Edward P. Lilly, 1941 - 78, staff member, National Security Council, 1952 - 65.
Papers of Richard Lawrence Miller, 1998 - 2001, biographer of Supreme Court Justice Charles E. Whittaker.
Accretions to the Papers and other materials of Edward M. Kennedy, Senator from Massachusetts and brother of President Kennedy, including Judiciary Committee staff files maintained by Jeff Blatner, Carolyn Osolink, and Goody Marshall; files maintained by Bill Lynn on foreign policy; and constituent mail, 1989 - 90, 286 feet
Accretion to the Papers of W. Willard Wirtz, Under Secretary of Labor (1961 - 62), Secretary of Labor (1962 - 69), 16 feet.
Correspondence tapes of oral history interviews and slides to the Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection, 13 tapes, 1 foot of other audiovisual material, 1 foot of textual material.
Oral history transcripts of James R. Jones (Assistant to the President 1965 - 67, Deputy Special Assistant, then Special Assistant to the President, 1968-69), 4 interviews, 155 pages.
Oral history transcript of James R. Ketchum (White House Curator).
Oral history transcripts of Jack Albright (Army officer, head of the White House Communications Agency, 1965 - 69), 2 interviews,152 pages.
Oral history transcript, E. Palmer Hoyt (member of the United States Information Agency Advisory Commission and publisher and editor of The Denver Post), 1 interview, 30 pages.
Scrapbook of Richard A. Ford, 1929 - 62, containing clippings, photographs, and advertising related to the Ford Paint & Varnish Co., 488 pages.
Accretions to the Papers of Wolfgang Lehman.
Accretions to the Papers of Susan Ford Bales.
Accretions to the Composite General Accessions.
Accretions to the Papers of Elizabeth "Betty" Ford.
Accretions to the Scrapbooks of Gerald R. Ford.
Accretions to the Personal Papers of Gerald R. Ford.
Accretions to the Gerald R. Ford Post-Presidential Office Files.
Accretion to the Post-Presidential Papers of Jimmy Carter.
Photograph Collection of John Manning, 1984, 1,238 photographs, 65 rolls of negatives, and one videotape.
Papers of Henry W. Hoagland, 1931 - 95.
Records and related material of Jehovah's Witnesses, Abilene Congregation, 1912 - 43.
Papers of Thor M. Smith, 1934 - 80.
Papers of Lucy Post Frisbee, 1960 - 92, author, John Fitzgerald Kennedy: America's Youngest President, 4 feet.
Papers of William Leonhart, 1925-1996, diplomat, government official, 21 feet.
Accretion to the Papers of Richard E(lliot) Neustadt, 1949 - 72, professor of government, Columbia University (1954 - 64) and John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (1965 - ); author, Presidential Power (1960); consultant to the President (1961 - 66); consultant to the Bureau of the Budget (1961 - 70); consultant to the Atomic Energy Committee (1962 - 68), 3.25 feet.
Parish-Hadley Associates, Inc., Papers, 1960 - 86 (bulk 1960 - 66), interior design firm of New York based designers Sister Parish (Mrs. Henry Parish II) and Albert Hadley, Parish-Hadley Associates, Inc., 1.5 feet.
Recordings and transcripts of telephone conversations of President Lyndon B. Johnson, August - December 1965, 40 hours.
National Security File; Special Head of State correspondence file; files for Muscat & Oman, Nauru, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Organization of African Unity (OAU), Rumania, Rwanda, Senegal, the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), Sierra Leone, Southern Yemen, Switzerland, the United Nations, Yemen, and Yugoslavia.
White House Office of Records Management, Subject File, FG - Federal Government, 8 cubic feet.
Trip Files of President Richard Nixon.
Chronological and Special Files of Alexander Haig.
Middle East Negotiation Files of Harold Saunders.
Freedom of Information Act Requests on pornography and pro-family, the CATO Institute, the gold standard, the 1982 State of the Union Address, minimum wage, Lew Wasserman, and Task Force on Food Assistance, 23,653 pages and 1 audiotape.