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Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home
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Lacy, William S. B. (OH-200) U. S. Minister Consular of the Embassy, Philippines, 1952-54; Ambassador to Korea, 1955; Special Assistant to Secretary of State for East-West Exchange, 1956-61. [COHP] 1972. 21 pages.
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Ladar, Samuel (OH-436) Lawyer, served on San Francisco Board of Education, 1960-1964, former San Francisco police commissioner. [OTHER] 1973. 5 pages.
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Lambie, James M., Jr. (OH-60) Member, Eisenhower's election campaign staff, 1952; Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1953-61; Deputy Chairman of Interagency Committee on Agricultural Surplus Disposal, 1954-60; Assistant Staff Secretary, 1960-61. [COHP] 1968. 50 pages.
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Lane, Alvin H. (OH-217) Active in the Republican Party in Texas; counsel for pro- Eisenhower delegates from Texas to Republican National Convention, 1952. [COHP] 1969.
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Lane, Alvin H. (OH-325) [EL] 1972. 49 pages.
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Larmon, Sigurd S. (OH-218) Active in Eisenhower campaign, 1951-52; member, U.S. Advisory Commission for United States Information Agency (USIA), 1954-69; personal friend of the Eisenhowers. [COHP] 1970. 92 pages.
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Lawrence, William H. (OH-53) White House correspondent, New York Times. [COHP] 1967. 38 pages.
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Lee, J. Bracken (OH-98) Governor of Utah, 1949-57; Mayor of Salt Lake City. [EL] 1967. 71 pages.
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Lee, William L. (OH-323) Military associate of General Eisenhower; organizer of Philippine Air Force under Douglas MacArthur, 1935-38. [EL] 1970-72. 482 pages.
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Leithead, Barry (OH-101) Business executive and longtime friend of President Eisenhower. [COHP] 1968. 53 pages.
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Lemmon, Maryalice (OH-449) Member of the secretarial staff, office of the Governor of California, 1950-1967, 1975-1986. [OTHER] 1979. 44 pages.
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Lemnitzer, Lyman (OH-301) Senior staff officer under Eisenhower during World War II; Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Research, Department of Army, 1952-55; Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Far East Command, 1955-57; Vice Chief of Staff, 1957-59, and Chief of Staff, 1959-60, Department of the Army; Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1960-62. [COHP] 1972. 64 pages.
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Leonard, John W. (OH-327) Military associate of General Eisenhower, graduate of United States Military Academy, 1915; Commander, 9th Armored Division, 1942-45. [EL] 1972. 107 pages.
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Lewis, Orme (OH-361) Assistant Secretary of the Interior, 1953-55. [EL] 1976. 54 pages.
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Lile, R. A. (OH-219) Member of Little Rock, Arkansas, school board, 1957-58. [COHP] 1971. 32 pages.
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Lodge, John Davis (OH-144) Ambassador on Special Presidential missions to Puerto Rico, Panama, and Costa Rica, 1953; Ambassador to Spain, 1955-61. [COHP] 1967-69. 198 pages.
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Long, John H. (OH-32) Schoolmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower in Abilene Kansas. [EL] 1966. 7 pages.
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Long, Mrs. Robert J. (OH-1) Bookkeeper at the Belle Springs Creamery when David Eisenhower and his two sons, Edgar and Dwight, worked there. [EL] 1964. 7 pages.
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Lord, Mary Pillsbury (OH-115) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1951-52; U.S. Representative, United Nations Human Rights Commission, 1953-61; U.S. Alternate Representative, 1953-59, and Delegate, 1958, 1960, to United Nations General Assembly. [COHP] 1967-69. 428 pages.
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Lovett, Robert (OH-302) Secretary of Defense, 1951-53. [COHP] 1971. 21 pages.
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Luce, Clare Boothe (OH-220) U.S. Ambassador to Italy, 1953-57. [COHP] 1968. 108 pages.
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Luce, Henry III (OH-534) Commission on the Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (Hoover Commission), 1948-1949; reporter, Cleveland Press, 1949-1951; Washington, D.C. correspondent for Time, 1951-1953; New York City-based writer, contributing editor, Time, 1953-1960. [EL] 2000. 19 pages.
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Luter, John (OH-158) Associate Editor, Newsweek, 1958-61; interviewer for Columbia University Oral History Project. [COHP] 1970. 81 pages.
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Lutes, Leroy (OH-408) Director of Operations, Army Service Forces, 1942-45. [EL] 1974-76. 197 pages.
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Lyons, Eugene J. (OH-351) Assistant Postmaster General for Personnel, 1953-59; Assistant to the President for Personnel Management, 1959-61. [EL] 1971-76. 90 pages.
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