WALLIS, W. ALLEN: RECORDS, 1959-61. Executive Vice Chairman, Cabinet Committee on Price Stability for Economic Growth, 1959-60; Special Assistant to the President, 1959-61. 1 foot. (partly on microfilm).
WALSH, JOHN J.: PAPERS, 1943-45. G-3 Staff, VII Corps, U.S. Army, 1943-44; Aide-de-Camp, General J. Lawton Collins, 1943-45. 2 feet.
WARRINGTON, WAYNE B.: RECORDS, 1953-59. Director, Veterans Division, Republican National Committee, 1956; Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1957-59. 3 feet.
WASHBURN, ABBOTT: PAPERS, 1938-2003. Executive Vice Chairman, Crusade for Freedom, 1950-52; staff member, Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952; Executive Secretary, President’s Committee on International Information Activities, January-July 1953; Deputy Special Assistant to C.D. Jackson, and Special Assistant to the Director, U.S. Information Agency, July-October 1953; Deputy Director, U.S. Information Agency, November 1953-March 1961; President, People-to-People, Inc., 1964-65; member, U.S. Delegation to Intelsat Conference, 1969-71; Advisor, Office of Telecommunications Policy, 1972-74; Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission, June 1974-October 1982; Consultant to FCC and Chairman, U.S. Delegation to Regional Administrative Radio Conference, October 1982-November 1983. 123 feet.
WASHBURN, C. LANGHORNE: PAPERS, 1952-64. Field Secretary, Young Industry for Eisenhower, 1952; member, National Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952-56; member, Program Planning Staff, 1956 Republican National Convention; member, Rockefeller for President Committee, 1964. 12 feet.
WASHBURN, MAURICE M.: PAPERS, 1953. Chairman, Treasury Department Continuing Committee to Verify Transfer of Fiscal Assets, 1953-64. -1 foot.
WAUGH, SAMUEL C.: PAPERS, 1926-69. Assistant Secretary of State, 1953-55; Deputy Under Secretary of State, 1955; President and Chairman of the board, Export-Import Bank, 1955-61. 10 feet.
WEATHERFORD, RUBY M.: PAPERS, 1952-70. Housewife. -1 foot.
WEBB, JAMES R.: MATERIAL RE LLOYD R. FREDENDALL AND THE TUNISIAN CAMPAIGN, 1942-43. Aide to Gen. Lloyd R. Fredendall, 1942-43. -1 foot.
WEBB, L.R.: POSTERS ON WORLD WAR II, 1943-44. Chief Administrative Assistant, Office of Censorship, Chicago, Illinois. 2 feet.
WHEATON, ANNE WILLIAMS: PAPERS, 1957-69. Assistant to the Director of Publicity, Republican National Committee, 1939-57; Associate Press Secretary, White House Office, 1957-61. -1 foot. (partly on microfilm)
WHEELER, CLYDE A.: PAPERS, 1951-89. Executive assistant to Cong. Page Belcher (R-OK), 1951-54; Special Assistant for Congressional Relations to U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, 1954-58; Staff Assistant to the President, 1958-60; Officer, Sun Oil Company, 1962-84. 30 feet.
WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH: RECORDS (a component of Records of Temporary Committees, Commission and Boards: Record Group 220), 1930-70. 110 feet.
WHITE HOUSE, OFFICE OF THE USHER: RECORDS, 1953-61. 1 foot.
WHITE HOUSE LIBRARY: RECORDS TRANSFERRED TO THE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER LIBRARY, 1953-61. 2 foot.
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, CABINET SECRETARIAT: RECORDS, 1953-60. 16 feet.
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, EXECUTIVE BRANCH LIAISON OFFICE: RECORDS, 1953-58. 6 feet.
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, INDEX TO CIVILIAN NOMINATIONS, APPOINTMENTS AND COMMISSIONS, 1913-61: 1 foot. (partly on microfilm)
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, INDEX TO WHITE HOUSE CONGRESSIONAL CORRESPONDENCE, 1953-59. 3 feet.
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL STAFF: PAPERS, 1948-1961. 130 feet. This collection contains ten separate series that are at this time wholly or partially processed and available for research. They are as follows:
Disaster File Series
Executive Secretary's Chronological File Series
Executive Secretary's Subject File Series
Miscellaneous Staff Series
NSC Registry Series
OCB Central Files Series
OCB Secretariat Series
Planning Coordination Group Series
PSB Central Files Series
Special Staff Files Series
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF BUDGET AND ACCOUNTING: RECORDS (a component of Records of the White House Office: Record Group 130), 1953-61. 47 feet.
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE OFFICIAL REPORTER (Jack Romagna): RECORDS, 1953-61. 24 feet.
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE PRESS SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT: PRESS RELEASES WITH INDEX, 1953-61. 10 feet. (partly on microfilm)
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR DISARMAMENT (Harold Stassen): RECORDS, 1955-58. 6 feet.
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS: RECORDS, 1952-61. 33 feet.
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ASSISTANT FOR NATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS (Robert Cutler, Dillon Anderson, and Gordon Gray): RECORDS, 1952-61. 49 feet.
NSC Series, Administrative Subseries
NSC Series, Briefing Notes Subseries
NSC Series, Policy Papers Subseries
NSC Series, Status of Projects Subseries
NSC Series, Subject Subseries
OCB Series, Administrative Subseries
OCB Series, Subject Subseries
Papers Received Since January 10, 1961 Series
Special Assistant Series, Appointment Books Subseries
Special Assistant Series, Chronological Subseries
Special Assistant Series, Name Subseries
Special Assistant Series, Presidential Subseries
Special Assistant Series, Subject Subseries
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, OFFICE OF THE STAFF SECRETARY: Records of Paul T. Carroll, Andrew J. Goodpaster, L. Arthur Minnich, and Christopher H. Russell, 1952-61. 80 feet.
Appointment Schedules Series
Cabinet Minutes Series
Cross Reference Sheets Series
Emergency Action Series
International Trips and Meetings Series
L. Arthur Minnich Series
Legislative Meetings Series
Subject Series, Alphabetical Subseries
Subject Series, Department of Defense Subseries
Subject Series, State Department Subseries
Subject Series, White House Subseries
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, SOCIAL OFFICE: RECORDS, 1952-61. 342 feet.
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, STAFF RESEARCH GROUP (Albert P. Toner and Christopher H. Russell): RECORDS, 1956-61. 14 feet.
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, TELEGRAPH OFFICE: RECORDS, 1953-61. 15 feet.
WHITE HOUSE OFFICE, TELEPHONE OFFICE: RECORDS, 1953-61. 15 feet.
WHITE, ISAAC D.: PAPERS, 1945-66. Commanding General, 2nd Armored Division, 1945-46; Commanding General, X Corps, Korea, 1952-53; Commanding General, U.S. Army, Pacific, 1957-61. 1 foot. (photocopies)
WHITMAN, ANN C.: PAPERS, 1949-90. Personal Secretary to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952-62. 1 foot.
WHITMAN, WILLIAM MERRILL: PAPERS, 1940-83. Attorney and Secretary, Panama Canal Company, 1940-72; consultant to U.S. Congress on Panama Canal matters, 1973-83. 22 feet.
WILDAVSKY, AARON: MANUSCRIPT AND MATERIALS RE DIXON-YATES: A STUDY OF POWER POLITICS, 1954-61. Assistant Professor of Government, Oberlin College, 1960. 3 feet.
WILKES, JOHN E.: PAPERS, 1944-51. Commander, U.S. Submarines, Asiatic Fleet, 1941; Commander, all seaports, Northern Europe, 1944; Chief U.S. Naval Officer, Germany, 1945-51. -1 foot. (photocopies)
WILLIAMS, RALPH E.: PAPERS, 1958-60. U.S. Navy Officer; speech writer on White House Staff, 1958-61. 1 foot.
WILLIS, CHARLES F., JR.: RECORDS, 1952-57. Member, Eisenhower campaign staff, 1952; Assistant to the Assistant to the President (Sherman Adams), 1953-55. 4 feet.
WOODRUFF, ROSCOE B.: Manuscript of The World War II of Major General Roscoe B. Woodruff, 1941-45 (photocopy). Commanding General, 77th Division, 1942-43; Commanding General, VII Corps, European Theater, 1943-44; Commanding General, 24th Division, Southwest Pacific, 1944-45. -1 foot.
WORLD WAR II PARTICIPANTS AND CONTEMPORARIES: PAPERS (as of January 2001 this collection contained materials from 420 donors, approximately 135,000 pages). 68 feet.
WYDEN, BARBARA: PAPERS, 1944-46. Author; assisted Kay Summersby Morgan in writing Past Forgetting (1976), 1973-75. Desk calendar diaries kept in the office of Supreme Allied Commander Dwight D. Eisenhower for years 1944 and 1945. -1 foot.
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