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Danaher, John A. (OH-83) Director of the division of special activities in the 1952 campaign; judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals, 1953-69. [COHP] 1968. 59 pages.
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Danielian, N. R. (OH-177) Director, St. Lawrence Seaway survey, Department of Commerce, 1939-43; Vice President, National St. Lawrence Association, 1946-49; Executive Vice President, 1949-52, and President, 1952-65, Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Association. [COHP] 1972. 52 pages.
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Darby, Harry (OH-72) Senator from Kansas, 1949-50; member, Republican National Committee for Kansas, 1940-64; Vice President of Eisenhower Foundation, and Chairman of Eisenhower Presidential Library Commission. [COHP] 1967. 74 pages.
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Davis, Clarence A. (OH-89) Solicitor in Department of Interior, 1953-54; Under-Secretary of Department of Interior, 1954-57. [COHP] 1967. 108 pages.
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Day, Roy (OH-431) Owner of Day Printing Corporation, active in the Richard Nixon’s campaigns in California. [OTHER] 1975. 51 pages.
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Devers, Jacob L. (OH-377) Commander, U.S. Forces, European Theater, 1943; Commanding General, North African Theater, 1944; Deputy Supreme Commander, Mediterranean Theater, 1944; Commanding General, 6th Army Group, 1944-45. [EL] 1974-75. 206 pages.
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D'Ewart, Wesley A. (OH-24) Congressman from Montana, 1945-55; Assistant to Secretary of Agriculture, 1955; Assistant Secretary, Department of the Interior, 1955-56. [COHP] 1967. 137 pages.
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Dewey, Thomas E. (OH-507) Lawyer, Governor of New York, 1942-54; Republican nominee for President of United States, 1944 and 1948; active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1952. [COHP] 1970. 44 pages.
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Dicker, Edward T. (OH-178) Active in the Eisenhower campaign in Texas, 1951-52. [COHP] 1969. 33 pages.
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Dillon, C. Douglas (OH-211) U.S. Ambassador to France, 1953-57; Deputy Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, 1957-58; Under Secretary of State, 1959-61; Secretary of the Treasury, 1961-65. [COHP] (written permission) 1972. 94 pages.
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Dinkelspiel, John Walton (OH-432) Attorney, active in the Richard Nixon’s campaigns in California. [OTHER] 1975. 49 pages.
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Donovan, Robert J. (OH-48) News correspondent, New York Herald Tribune. [COHP] 1968. 52 pages.
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Douglas, James H. Jr. (OH-288) Under Secretary, 1953-57, and Secretary, 1957-59, Department of the Air Force; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1959-61. [COHP] 1972. 53 pages.
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Douthit, George (OH-179) Reporter for the Arkansas Democrat during the Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957-59. [COHP] 1970. 49 pages.
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Draper, Murray (OH-433) Judge of the Superior Court of the State of California for San Mateo County, 1949-1957; Judge of Division Two, First District Court of Appeals, 1957-[?]. [OTHER] 1972. 34 pages.
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Draper, William H. Jr. (OH-180) World War II military associate, U.S. Special Representative to Europe, and member of NATO Council, 1951-53; Chairman, U.S. President's Committee to Study the U.S. Military Assistance Program, 1958-59; Vice Chairman, Planned Parenthood Federation. [COHP] 1971. 19 pages.
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Drummond, Roscoe (OH-25) Reporter, Christian Science Monitor; reporter, New York Herald Tribune, Washington, D.C. office, 1953. [COHP] 1967. 33 pages.
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Drury, Newton B. (OH-434) Director of National Park Service, 1940-1951; Chief of the California State Division of Beaches and Parks, 1951-1959. [OTHER] 1970. 32 pages.
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Dulles, Eleanor Lansing (OH-70) Diplomat and economist; State Department official. [COHP] 1962-67. 977 pages.
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Dumont, Donald A. (OH-289) State Department official and foreign service officer specializing in African matters; advisor to U.S. delegation to United Nations, 1955. [COHP] 1972. 76 pages.
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