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ADAMS, SHERMAN: RECORDS, 1952-59. Governor, New Hampshire, 1949-53; Chairman, Conference of New England Governors, 1951-52; The Assistant to the President, 1953-58. 19 feet. [For further information concerning the Adams "records" see John E. Wickman's "Partnership for Research," Dartmouth College Library Bulletin, X (April 1969), 93-97. Researchers interested in the Adams "papers" at Dartmouth should see Kenneth E. Shewmaker's "The Sherman Adams Papers," ibid., 88-92.]

ADCOCK, CLARENCE L.: "201" File, 1918-54. U.S. Army officer, 1918-49. -1 foot.

ADKINS, BERTHA S.: PAPERS, 1907-83. Republican National committeewoman, Maryland, 1948-58; Assistant Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1953-58; Under Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1958-60. 30 feet.

ALLEN, GEORGE E.: PAPERS, 1942-69. Friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower; Treasurer, Democratic National Congressional Committee, 1940-73; Secretary, Democratic National Committee, 1943; author of Presidents Who Have Known Me (photocopies). -1 foot.

ALLEN, GEORGE H.: PAPERS, 1949. Official, Harvard Business School Club of New York. -1 foot.

ALLEN, TERRY DE LA M.: PAPERS, 1942-45; CORRESPONDENCE, May 1964. Commander, First Infantry Division, 1942-43; Commander, 104th Infantry Division, 1943-46. -1 foot.

AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY: Record of contributors to Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Bible Fund, 1969. 1 foot.

ANDERSON, JACK Z.: PAPERS, 1952-68. Special Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture, 1955-56; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1956-61. -1 foot.

ANDERSON, JACK Z.: RECORDS, 1956-61. 1 foot.

ANDERSON, ROBERT B.: PAPERS, 1937-85. Secretary of the Navy, 1953-54; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1954-55; Secretary of the Treasury, 1957-61; lawyer; oil and gas developer. 150 feet. ALSO: [A06-2] .5 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

AREEDA, PHILLIP E.: PAPERS, 1952-62. 1st Lieutenant, USAF, Office of Air Force General Counsel, 1955-56; member, White House Staff for Economic Affairs and Higher Criticism,1956-58; Assistant Special Counsel to the President, 1958-61; Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, 1963. 9 feet.

AREEDA, PHILLIP E.: RECORDS, 1953-61. 2 feet.

ARNOW, PHILIP: Assistant Director, Office of International Affairs, Department of Labor; Assistant Commissioner, Bureau of Labor Statistics; Executive Director, U.S. Presidential Railroad Commission. Records (a component of Records of the Department of Labor Group 174), 1953-61. 1 foot.

AURAND, EVAN P.: PAPERS, 1934-72. Officer, U.S. Pacific Fleet, 1942-45; Commander of various fighter squadrons, 1943-55; Executive Officer, U.S.S. Hancock, 1955-57; Naval Aide to the President, 1957-61; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Greenwich Bay, 1961; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Independence, 1961-62; Commander, various antisubmarine warfare forces, 1962-72. 21 feet. Also see Edward L. Beach and Evan P. Aurand: Records, 1953-61. Naval Aides to the President. 10 feet.

AURAND, HENRY S.: PAPERS, 1873-1967. Commanding General, 6th Service Command,1942-44; Commanding Officer, Normandy Base Section, 1944-45; Commanding General, Services of Supply, China Theater, 1945; Commanding General, 6th Service Command, 1946; Commanding General, Africa-Middle East Theater, 1946; Director of Research and Development, War Department, 1946-48; Director of Logistics, General Staff, U.S. Army, 1948-49; Commanding General, U.S. Army, Pacific Theater, 1949-52; newspaper columnist, 1954-63. 40 feet.

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