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Jackson, Nettie Stover (OH-322) Cousin of Dwight D. Eisenhower. [EL] 1972. 43 pages.
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Jacobs, Albert (OH-87) Provost of Columbia University, 1947-49. [COHP] 1968. 39 pages.
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Jacoby, Neil H. (OH-141) Member, President's Council of Economic Advisors, 1953-55; U.S. Representative on U.N. Economic and Social Council, 1957-81. [COHP] 1970. 140 pages.
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Javits, Jacob (OH-74) Congressman from New York, 1947-54; early supporter of Eisenhower for President in 1952; Attorney General for New York, 1955-57; Senator from New York, 1957-81. [COHP] 1968. 16 pages.
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Jehl, Sue Serafian (OH-517) WAC, member of General Eisenhower's administrative staff at SHAEF Headquarters and also as Chief of Staff, 1943-47. [EL] 1991. 48 pages.
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Jessup, Frederick Peter (OH-195) Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employee, 1949-63, including service in Germany, 1949-55, member of U.S. delegation to the European offices of the United Nations, 1957-61, and service in Israel, 1961-63; staff member, National Security Council (NSC), 1963-72. [COHP] 1972. 106 pages.
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Jewett, Emelyn Knowland (OH-443) Daughter of Senator William F. Knowland. [OTHER] 1979. 24 pages.
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Johnson, Estelle Knowland (OH-444) Daughter of Senator William F. Knowland. [OTHER] 1979. 25 pages.
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Johnson, Jesse C. (OH-67) Advisor to U.S. delegation to International Conferences on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, 1955 and 1958. [COHP] 1967. 37 pages.
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Jones, Arnold R. (OH-312) Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1956-57; Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Tennessee Valley Authority, 1957-66. [OTHER] 1969. 94 pages.
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Jones, Roger W. (OH-62) Budget Bureau Official, 1953-59; Chairman of the Civil Service Commission, 1959-61. [COHP] 1967. 74 pages.
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Jones, Roger W. (OH-497) [EL] 1976. 70 pages.
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Jordan, Len B. (OH-354) Governor of Idaho, 1951-55; U.S. Senator, 1962-73. [EL] 1975. 65 pages.
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Jorgenson, Frank E. (OH-445) Insurance executive, delegate to Republican National Convention from California, 1952 (alternate), 1956. Served in various functions in Richard Nixon’s campaigns. [OTHER] 1975. 132 pages.
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Judd, Walter H. (OH-196) Missionary doctor in China, 1925-31; 1934-37; Congressman from Minnesota, 1943-63; served on the House Foreign Affairs Committee. [COHP] 1968-70. 149 pages.
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