BACON, EDWARD A.: PAPERS, 1864 and 1896-1968. Chairman, Executive Council Air Coordinating Committee, 1953-60; Assistant to the Secretary of the Army for Canal Zone Affairs, 1954; member, Tolls Committee, St. Lawrence Seaway, 1958; member, Interstate Commission, Potomac River Basin, 1958-61; U.S. Chairman, International Joint Commission, U.S. and Canada, 1959-61; Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management, 1954-60. 17 feet.
BARKER, RAY W.: PAPERS, 1942-46. Assistant Chief of Staff, War Plans Division, U.S. Forces in the British Isles, 1942-43; Deputy Chief of Staff, Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, European Theater of Operations, 1943-44; Deputy Chief of Staff, SHAEF, 1944; Assistant Chief of Staff, G-1, SHAEF, 1944-45. 2 feet.
BARNES, BERT B.: MATERIAL RE U.S. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, 1953-72. Executive Assistant to Assistant Postmaster General, 1953-57; 1st Deputy Assistant Postmaster General, 1957-59; Assistant Postmaster General, 1959-61. 1 foot.
BAUER, ROBERT A.: PAPERS, 1939-98. Broadcaster, Free Austria Radio, France, 1939-40; broadcaster and Division Chief, Voice of America, 1942-58; Public and Cultural Affairs Officer, Department of State, 1958-72. -1 foot.
BAUGHMAN, URBANUS E.: PAPERS, 1953-71. Chief, U.S. Secret Service, 1948-61. -1 foot.
BEACH, EDWARD L.: PAPERS, 1935-62. Executive Officer, U.S.S. Tirante, 1944; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Piper, 1945; Personal Aide to Chief of Naval Personnel, 1945-47; Office, Chief of Naval Operations, 1947-48; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Amberjack, 1948-49; Naval Assistant to Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1949-51; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Trigger II, 1951-53; Naval Aide to the President, 1953-57; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Salamonie, 1957-58; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Triton, 1958-61; author. 14 feet.
BEACH, EDWARD L. and EVAN P. AURAND: RECORDS, 1953-61. Naval Aides to the President. 10 feet.
BECKER, RALPH: PAPERS, 1957-87. Lawyer; Trustee, National Cultural Center, 1958-61 and 1970-76. -1 foot.
BENEDICT, STEPHEN: PAPERS, 1951-55. Assistant to Dr. Gabriel Hauge, Research Director of Citizens for Eisenhower, 1951-53; Assistant to the Administrative Assistant to the President for Economic Affairs, 1953-54; Assistant Staff Secretary, 1954-55. 3 feet.
BENNETT, ELMER F.: PAPERS, 1950-82. Legislative Counsel, Department of Interior, 1953-56; Assistant to Secretary of Interior, 1956-57; General Counsel, Department of Interior, 1957-58; Under Secretary of Interior, 1958-61. 10 feet.
BERG, AARON: PAPERS, 1947-72. Executive Chairman, National Committee of Columbia University Alumni for Eisenhower and Committee of the Eisenhower Program, 1952-56. -1 foot.
BERLIN, IRVING: PAPERS, 1952-83. Composer. - 1 foot.
BERMINGHAM, EDWARD J.: CORRESPONDENCE WITH DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, 1948-58. Columbia University Trustee (photocopies). 1 foot.
BETTS, THOMAS J.: PAPERS, 1913-77. Brigadier General; Intelligence Officer, SHAEF, 1944-May 1945; Director of Intelligence, U.S. Group, Control Council for Germany, May 1945; author of numerous articles, short stories, and poems. 4 feet. (closed pending processing)
BICKS, ROBERT A.: PAPERS, 1953-61. Staff member, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice, 1953-59; Assistant Attorney General, 1960-61. 4 feet. (closed pending processing)
BIRD, JOHN: MATERIAL RE ARTICLES WRITTEN BY DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER FOR THE SATURDAY EVENING POST. Senior Editor, Saturday Evening Post, 1960-64, Editor-at-Large, 1964-69. -1 foot. Review upon Demand
BISSELL, RICHARD M., JR.: PAPERS, 1909-95. Consultant, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948; Assistant Deputy Administrator, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948; Deputy Director & Acting Director, Mutual Security Agency, 1951-52; Consultant to the Director, Mutual Security Agency, 1952-55; Special Assistant to the Director, Central Intelligence Agency, 1954-59; Deputy Director of Plans, Central Intelligence Agency, 1959-62; Co-director of the National Reconnaissance Office, 1961-62; Executive Vice President, Institute for Defense Analysis, 1962; President, Institute for Defense Analysis, 1962-64. 34 feet. (For further information about this collection, please see Appendix)
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• Correspondence Series
• Cosmopolitan Shipping Company Consulting Series
• Covenant Group Series
• Economics Notes and Papers Series
• Ford Foundation Series
• Historic and Oversize Papers Series
• Hoagland Consulting Series
• Interviews Series
• Marshall Plan Series
• Miscellaneous Publications Series
• National Defense Problems Group Series
• Oral History Interviews Series
• Personal Information and Biographical Series
• Social Science Research Council Series
• Subject Series
• Talks and Papers Series
• United Aircraft Series
• United States Steel Consulting Series
• Walt and Eugene Rostow Series
BLACK, LILLIAN "RUSTY" BROWN: PAPERS, 1945-2005. Red Cross worker, World War II; Ssecretary on White House staff, 1953-61; Personal Secretary to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1962-67. 2 feet.
BOILLOT, CLAUDE E.: PAPERS, 1934-84. U.S. Representative, Suez Canal Company (Compagnie Universelle du Canal Maritime de Suez), 1952-78. 10 feet.
BOOKMAN, GEORGE B.: PAPERS, 1981-93. Journalist; edited memoirs of Gabriel Hauge. -1 foot.
BORTMAN, MARK: PAPERS, 1956-67. Member, Board of Directors, and Chairman, Civic Committee, People-to-People Program, 1956-67. 25 feet.
BOSTER, DAVIS E.: PAPERS, 1949-2005. Political Officer, American Embassy, Moscow, 1947-49; Desk Officer for the Soviet Union, Department of State, 1949-54; Political Officer, American Embassy, Bonn 1954-58; Personal Assistant to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, 1958-59; Officer in Charge of Soviet Union Political Affairs, Department of State, 1959-62; Political Officer, American Embassy, Mexico City, 1963; United States Ambassador to Bangladesh, 1974-76; United States Ambassador to Guatemala, 1976-1979. -1 foot. Review upon Demand
BRAGDON, JOHN STEWART: PAPERS, 1954-62. Staff Advisor on Public Works Planning, Council of Economic Advisors, 1954-55; Special Assistant to the President to Coordinate Public Works Planning, 1955-60; member, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1960-61. 4 feet.
BRAGDON, JOHN STEWART: RECORDS, 1949-61. 37 feet.
BRAINARD, CHARLES L.: PAPERS, 1945-67. Member, The Eisenhower Foundation; Secretary, The Eisenhower Presidential Library Commission. 5 feet.
BRERETON, LEWIS H.: PAPERS, 1918-67. Commander, Far East Air Force, Philippines, 1941; Deputy Air Commander in Chief, Allied Air Forces, Java, 1942; Commander, Middle East Air Force (9th Air Force), 1942-43; Commanding General, 9th Air Force, European Theater,1943-44; Commander, 1st Allied Airborne Army, 1944-45; Chairman, Military Liaison Committee to the Atomic Energy Commission, 1945-58. -1 foot.
BRIGGS, RUTH M.: PAPERS, 1942-54. Secretary to General Walter Bedell Smith. -1 foot.
BROOKS, GLADYS HARDING: PAPERS, 1915-69. Boyhood friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.
BROWNELL, HERBERT, JR.: PAPERS, 1877-1988. Lawyer; member, New York State Legislature, 1933-35; Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1944-45; campaign manager for Thomas Dewey, 1948; Attorney General, 1953-57; Chairman, National Study Commission on Records and Documents of Federal Officials, 1975-77. 114 feet.
BROWNELL, HERBERT, JR.: ADDITIONAL PAPERS 1897-1996.
BUCHANAN, MRS. WILEY T.: PAPERS, 1952-64. Wife of U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg,1953-57, and Chief of Protocol, U.S. Department of State, 1957-61. 17 feet. (closed pending processing)
BUCKNER, SIMON BOLIVAR, JR.: PAPERS, 1941-45. Commanding General, Alaska Defense Command, 1941-44; Commanding General, Tenth Army, 1944-45. -1 foot.
BUENNING, ARVEL E.: PAPERS, 1936-63. Chairman, Dickinson County Republican Central Committee of Kansas, 1951-53. 4 feet.
BULKELEY, JOHN D.: PAPERS, 1928-84. Commander, motorboat submarine chaser, Division 2, 1941; Commander, motor torpedo boat, Squadron 3, U.S. Asiatic Fleet, 1941-42; Commander, Task Force 122.4.4, Normandy Invasion, 1944; Commander, U.S.S. Endicott, 1944-45. 1 foot.
BULL, HAROLD R.: PAPERS, 1943-68. Commanding General, Replacement and School Command, Army Ground Forces, Birmingham, Alabama, 1942-43; Chief of Operations and Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, Headquarters, European Theater, 1943-44; Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Forces, 1944; Commanding General, 4th Infantry Division, 1944; Chief of Staff, U.S. Forces, European Theater, 1945-46. 1 foot.
BULLIS, HARRY A.: PAPERS, 1947-63. Chairman of the Board, General Mills, 1948-59; Chairman, Mutual Security Operations Team to Formosa, 1953; member, Hoover Commission Task Force on Overseas Economic Operations, 1954-55; Trustee, National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1954-59; Chairman, Business Organizations Committee, People-to-People Program, 1956. -1 foot.
BURCHMAN, LEONARD: PAPERS, 1952. Director of Publicity, New York State Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952. -1 foot.
BURGESS, W. RANDOLPH: PAPERS, 1951-62. Deputy to Secretary of Treasury, 1953-54; Under Secretary of Treasury, 1955-57; U.S. permanent representative to NATO, 1957-61. -1 foot.
BURNS, ARTHUR F.: PAPERS, 1930-69. Chairman, Council of Economic Advisors, 1953-56; Chairman, Advisory Board on Economic Growth and Stability, 1953-56; Chairman, Cabinet Committee on Small Business, 1956; member, President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy, 1961-66; President, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1957-67. 58 feet.
BURROUGHS, ROBERT P.: PAPERS, 1953-59. Businessman; Finance Chairman, Republican State Committee of New Hampshire; Special Advisor to Dwight D. Eisenhower in presidential campaigns of 1952 and 1956. -1 foot.
BUTCHER, HARRY C.: PAPERS, 1910-59. Naval Aide to General Eisenhower. 7 feet.
BUTTERFIELD, SAMUEL H.: PAPERS, 1950-2005. Staff member, Department of Labor, 1950-53; Bureau of the Budget, 1953-58; International Cooperation Administration and Agency for International Development, 1958-80; director, aid missions to Tanzania, 1966-68, and Nepal, 1976-80; affiliate professor, University of Idaho, 1981-89; conservation advisor to Botswana, 1985-87. 18 feet. (closed pending processing)
BYROADE, HENRY A.: PAPERS, 1940-92. Assistant Secretary of State, 1952-55; Ambassador to Egypt, 1955-56; Ambassador to Union of South Africa, 1956-59; Ambassador to Afghanistan, 1959-62. -1 foot.
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