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Fourth Quarter FY 2003

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Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Additional papers of Roger M. Kyes, 1929 - 71, Deputy Director of the Department of Defense.

Additional papers of Maxwell M. Rabb, 1953 - 58, member of Eisenhower's election staff, 1952, and Secretary to the Cabinet, 1953 - 58.

Papers of Harold Stassen, 1913 - 57 (photocopies), Director of the Foreign Operations Administration, 1953 - 55, and Special Assistant to the President for Disarmament, 1955 - 58.

John F. Kennedy Library

Nine hundred photographic items, 12,850 feet of 16mm motion picture film, three audio recordings, 10 videotapes, slides from a returned Peace Corps Volunteer documenting his service in West Africa, and home movies from the Skakel and Dowdle families.

Two accretions to the personal papers of Senator Edward M. Kennedy. The first accretion contains Senate files of Edward M. Kennedy, "Kennedy For Senate" 1994, including financial statements for campaign. The second accretion contains press files and staff office files. 49 feet. Closed.

Files of Dr. Paul F. de Gara, an allergy/immunology expert whose patients included John F. Kennedy, Rose Kennedy, and Joseph P. Kennedy. Less than one foot. Portions closed.

Accretions to the personal papers of Ernest Hemingway, totaling less than one foot. Open.

Research papers of John Robert Bittner, Hemingway scholar and writer. Research on Ruark/Hemingway friendship, including Ruark's writings about Hemingway; drafts of articles written by Bittner on Hemingway; and oral history interviews. Less than one foot. Closed pending processing.

Letters and essays written by William F. Crohan's 6th-grade students in the Natick, MA, public schools on the death of President John F. Kennedy, 1963. 48 pages.

A booklet containing the Irish government's schedule for the visit of President John F. Kennedy to Ireland, June 26 - 29, 1963. Less than one foot.

Oral history interviews:
Ball, George W., Under Secretary of State, 1961 - 64.
Bok, Derek C., President, Harvard University, 1971 - 91.
Clark, Clifford M., Lawyer and Presidential adviser, 1961 - 63.
Galbraith, John Kenneth, Ambassador to India, 1961 - 63.
Hewitt, Don S., producer and director, CBS TV News, 1948 - 64.
Kaysen, Carl, Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1961 - 63.
McNally, John J., Jr., Special Assistant to the President, 1961 - 63.
Parmet, Herbert S., author and historian.
Robb, Lynda Johnson, daughter of President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Stanton, Frank, President, CBS, 1946 - 73.
Stoughton, Cecil W., White House photographer, 1961 - 65.

Deeds of gift were completed for one collection and for six returned Peace Corps Volunteers' oral history interviews, and a recent oral history interview with President Gerald R. Ford.

Lyndon B. Johnson Library

Accretion to the Personal Papers of Henry Fowler, Secretary of the Treasury. 40 linear feet.

Personal Papers of Robert Shellow, Assistant Deputy Director for Research for the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders. 4 linear feet.

Gerald R. Ford Library

Accretion to the papers of Melvin Laird, 1940 - 2003. 40 feet.

Accretions to the Composite General Accessions, Gerald R. Ford Scrapbooks, Gerald R. Ford Post-Presidential Office Files, and Gerald R. Ford Personal Papers.

Ronald Reagan Library

Oral history of Waunita J. Brown: an interview of Waunita "Jackie" Brown conducted on August 6, 2003, by Jennifer Sternaman. Ms. Brown was a classmate of Ronald Reagan when he was growing up in Dixon, IL. One audiotape.

Accretion to the personal papers of Herbert R. Northrup, 1980 - 87, research materials and correspondence compiled by the donor pertaining to labor organizations within the airline industry and air traffic controllers unions. Less than one linear foot.

Reagan Library Composite Collection, unsolicited and unrestricted donations of textual materials donated to the Reagan Library during fiscal year 2003. Less than one linear foot.

George Bush Library

Accretion to the George Bush Post-Presidential Collection. 8 linear feet.

Clinton Presidential Materials Project

Personal Papers of Charles Duncan, who served on the White House Advance Staff and performed advance work for the 1992 Clinton campaign. 4 feet.

Accretion to the Instructional Microcomputer Project for Arkansas Classroom (IMPAC) collection.


Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

Papers of William G. Draper, 1942 - 63.

Post-presidential papers of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1961 - 69 (1964 Signature File).

Papers of Douglas MacArthur, 1935 - 41 (microfilm).

Papers of Paul P. Roudakoff, 1939 - 44.

Papers of Charles I. Schottland, 1928 - 92.

Papers of Harold Stassen, 1953 - 57 (photocopies).

John F. Kennedy Library

Paul F. de Gara Papers, allergy/immunology doctor to President Kennedy. Less than one foot.

Accretions to the personal papers of Ernest Hemingway. Less than one foot.

Joseph P. Kennedy Papers, father of President Kennedy, U.S. ambassador to Great Britain (1938 - 40). An additional 126 feet was processed this quarter. An additional 47 feet, including material just received in September, remain to be processed and opened. Permission required collection.

Staff Files of John J. McNally, Special Assistant to the President. 6 feet.

Letters and essays written by William F. Crohan's 6th-grade students in Natick, MA, on the death of President John F. Kennedy, 1963. 48 pages.

A booklet containing the Irish government's schedule for the visit of President John F. Kennedy to Ireland, June 26 - 29, 1963. 1 item.

The following oral history interviews were opened:
Ball, George W. 1968. 60 pages.
Burke, James A., 1976. 15 pages.
Coit, Margaret L., 1966. 11 pages.
Corcoran, James, 1976. 18 pages.
Elder, William Voss, III, 1965. 24 pages.
Farmer, James 1979. 27 pages.
Forbes, Alastair Granville, 1966. 36 pages.
Mcgee, Gale W., 1982. 39 pages.
Mahoney, William P[atrick] 1975. 161 pages. Portions closed.
May, Timothy J., 1966. 19 pages.
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick, 1972. 26 pages.
Owen, Lillian Dudley, 1977. 38 pages.
Parmet, Herbert S., 1983. 41 pages. Portions closed.
Stanton, Frank, 2002. 22 pages.
Taylor, George H., 1977. 12 pages.

Lyndon B. Johnson Library

National Security File, files of Robert Komer, NSC staff member, Special Assistant to the President, and Deputy for Pacification in Vietnam beginning in 1967. These boxes contain material on the UAR, population control, the President's speeches, Pakistan intelligence facilities, CENTO, Chester Bowles, and McGeorge Bundy.

Papers of Bromley K. Smith, Executive Secretary of the NSC, 1961 - 69.

Nixon Presidential Materials Staff

National Security Council (NSC) Institutional Files, 1969-74. These records were part of an ongoing collection that the NSC maintained (starting in the Eisenhower administration) for the purpose of continuity of government. The NSC Institutional Files are Presidential records, subject to the provisions of the Presidential Records Act (PRA).

Gerald R. Ford Library

Papers of Martin Hoffmann, General Counsel for the Atomic Energy Commission and the Department of Defense, and Secretary of the Army, 1973 - 77.