NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION: DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE SPACE PROGRAM, 1953-62 (duplicate copies). -1 foot.
NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS SERVICE: Modern Military Records Division: Extracts from "Catalog of Combined British-American Records of the Mediterranean Theater of Operations in World War II, " 1942-47. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 1 reel. (microfilm)
NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS SERVICE: Modern Military Records Division: Inventories of SHAEF holdings, 1941-45. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 2 reels. (microfilm)
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN WOMEN: RECORDS, 1938-60. 63 feet.
NATIONAL TRUST OF SCOTLAND, CULZEAN CASTLE: MATERIALS RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER'S CULZEAN CASTLE APARTMENT, 1951-76. -1 foot. (partially photocopies)
NEVINS, ARTHUR S.: MANUSCRIPT OF LOOKING BACK OVER MORE THAN FIFTY YEARS OF FRIENDSHIP WITH GENERAL EISENHOWER (photocopy). Chief of Staff, Operations, Philippines Department, U.S. Army, 1936-38; Assistant to Dwight D. Eisenhower, War Plans Division, U.S. Army General Staff, 1941; Assistant to General Harold R. Bull, G-3, SHAEF, 1943-45; Manager of Dwight D. Eisenhower's Gettysburg Farm, 1950-69. -1 foot.
NEW YORK STATE CITIZENS FOR EISENHOWER: CLIPPINGS RE 1952 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN AND OTHER ITEMS, 1952. 12 feet.
NEW YORK TIMES, WASHINGTON BUREAU: CLIPPINGS RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER AND SOME OF HIS CONTEMPORARIES, 1912-60. 17 feet.
NEWBURY, FRANK D.: PAPERS, 1896-1965. Assistant Secretary of Defense for Applications Engineering, 1953-57; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, 1957. 3 feet.
NIELSEN, AKSEL: RECORDS, 1956-59. President, Title Guaranty Company, 1947-61; family friend. -1 foot.
NIELSEN, WALDEMAR A.: PAPERS, 1954-90. Executive Director, U.S. President's Committee on Information Activities Abroad (Sprague Committee), 1960-61. 1 foot.
NORGREN, CARL A.: PAPERS, 1948-64. Colorado rancher; friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.
NORSTAD, LAURIS: PAPERS, 1930-87. Assistant Chief of Staff and Chief of Staff for Operations, 12th Air Force and Mediterranean Allied Air Forces, 1942-44; Chief of Staff, 20th Air Force, 1944-46; Director of Plans and Operations, War Department, 1946-47; Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, USAF, 1947-50; Acting Vice Chief of Staff, USAF, 1950; Commander in Chief, U.S. and Allied Air Forces, Central Europe, 1950-53; Air Deputy, SHAPE, 1953-56; Supreme Allied Commander, 1956-63; President and Chairman of the Board, Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corp., 1964-72; member, President's Commission on an All-Volunteer Force, 1969-72; Member, General Advisory Committee on Arms Control and Disarmament, 1969-74. 50 feet.
NORTH, THOMAS: MATERIAL RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER'S SERVICE WITH THE COMMISSION, 1927-29. Secretary, U.S. American Battle Monuments Commission. -1 foot.
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