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DARBY CORPORATION: RECORDS, 1942-46. Industrial manufacturing company of Kansas City, Kansas. 168 feet. (closed pending processing)

DARBY, HARRY: PAPERS, 1925-85. U.S. Senator from Kansas, 1949-50; member, Republican National Committee for Kansas, 1940-64; member, Eisenhower Foundation; Chairman, Eisenhower Presidential Library Commission. 513 feet. (closed pending processing)

DAVIE, ROBERT C.: PAPERS, 1944-76. Army Finance Officer. -1 foot.

DAVIES, PETER: Newspaper clippings re the 1919 Transcontinental Motor Convoy, 1919. British writer. -1 foot.

DAVIS, CHESTER R.: PAPERS, 1955-56. Director, Trust Department, Chicago Title and Trust Company, 1938-63; Senior Vice President, Trust Department, Chicago Title and Trust Company, 1947-60; Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management, 1955-57. 2 feet.

DAVIS, KENNETH S.: PROOFS OF SOLDIER OF DEMOCRACY: A BIOGRAPHY OF DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, 1943-45. War correspondent and author. 1 foot.

DAVIS, THOMAS JEFFERSON: PAPERS, 1916-64. Adjutant General, Allied Force Headquarters, North African Theater, 1942-44; Adjutant General, SHAEF, 1944-45. 1 foot.

DEVERS, JACOB L.: PAPERS, 1939-49. 10 reels. (microfilm)

DODGE, JOSEPH M.: PAPERS, 1952-64. Chairman of the Board, The Detroit Bank, 1954-56; Chairman, Detroit Bank & Trust Company, 1956-63; Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1953-54; Chairman, Council on Foreign Economic Policy, 1954-56; member, President's Commission to Study the U.S. Military Assistance Program, 1958-64; Consultant, National Security Council, 1959-64. 5 feet.

DONOVAN, ROBERT J.: MANUSCRIPTS OF EISENHOWER: THE INSIDE STORY, 1956. Journalist, New York Herald Tribune, 1937-63; Chief, Washington Bureau, New York Herald Tribune, 1957-63; President, White House Correspondents' Association, 1954. -1 foot.

DOUBLEDAY AND COMPANY: DRAFTS, PROOFS, AND OTHER MATERIAL RE AT EASE: STORIES I TELL TO FRIENDS, 1966-67. 3 feet. (closed pending processing)

DOUBLEDAY AND COMPANY: DRAFTS, PROOFS, AND OTHER MATERIALS RE THE WHITE HOUSE YEARS. 5 feet. (closed pending processing)

DOUD, ELIVERA M.: COLLECTION OF FAMILY MEMORABILIA AND NEWSPAPERS RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER. 11 feet.

DOWD, ELEANOR M.: PAPERS, 1897-1953. Genealogist; 6th cousin of Mamie Eisenhower. 1 foot.

DRAPER, ELISABETH C.: PAPERS, 1954-80. Interior decorator who designed interior of Eisenhower farmhouse at Gettysburg (photocopies). -1 foot.

DRAPER, WILLIAM G.: PAPERS, 1943-63. Personal Pilot, Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, 1950-52; Commanding Officer, 7167th Special Air Mission Squadron, Wiesbaden, Germany, 1952-53; Air Force Aide to President Eisenhower, “Columbine” Pilot, 1953-61. 8 feet.

DRAPER, WILLIAM G.: RECORDS, 1953-61. 13 feet.

DRUMM, THOMAS E., JR.: PAPERS, 1933-86. Deputy Administrator, War Assets Administration, 1946-49; Executive Secretary, Military Production and Supply Board, NATO, 1949; Chief, Defense Industrial Affairs Staff, Foreign Operations Administration, 1952-54; staff member, U.S. Bureau of the Budget, 1954-58; Counselor for Commercial Affairs, U.S. Embassy, Paris, France, 1962-67; Ombudsman for Business, Department of Commerce, 1971-73; lobbyist, Macmillan Ward Ostwald, Inc., 1973-80. 10 feet.

DULLES, ELEANOR LANSING: PAPERS, 1880-1973. Economic Officer, State Department, 1942-45; U.S. Representative, Bretton Woods Conference on International Monetary Fund, 1944; Financial Attache, Vienna, 1945-49; Western European Division, State Department, 1949-51; Special Assistant, Office of German Affairs, State Department, 1952-62; Professor, Georgetown University, 1963-71. 55 feet.

DULLES, JOHN FOSTER: PAPERS, 1951-59. Secretary of State, 1953-59. 29 feet [For further information concerning the Dulles papers, see John W. Hanes Jr.’s “The Dulles Papers - Landmark of History.” Foreign Service Journal XXXVI, (October, 1959), 21-23; and John E. Wickman’s John Foster Dulles’ “Letter of Gift,” The American Archivist, 31 (October, 1968), 355-62.]

Scope & Content Note
Appointments Schedules Series
Draft Presidential Correspondence Series
General Correspondence Series
Gerard C. Smith Series
JFD Chronological Series
JFD-JMA Chronological Series
Personnel Series
Special Assistants Chronological Series
Subject Series
Telephone Conversations Series
White House Memoranda Series

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER LIBRARY: COLLECTION OF MISCELLANEOUS MANUSCRIPTS TOO SMALL TO BE NAMED AS COLLECTIONS. 42 feet. (partly on microfilm) (closed pending processing) Review upon Demand

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY: COLLECTION OF 20TH CENTURY MILITARY RECORDS, 1918-50. 49 feet.

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY: MAP COLLECTION, 1855-1988. 15.9 feet.

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY: MATERIAL RE THE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER CENTENNIAL, 1990. 5 feet.

DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY: MATERIAL RE THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF D-DAY, June 6-7, 1969. -1 foot.


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