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Sacco, Irene Miller (OH-474) Daughter of Harvey L. Miller, who, along with C.W. Parker, founded the carousel factory in Abilene, Kansas around the turn of the century. (EL) 1974. 77 pages.
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Salisbury, Harrison (OH-233) Journalist, United Press International and the New York Times. (COHP) 1972. 49 pages.
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Salomon, Irving (OH-204) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1951-52, and the Nixon campaign, 1960; Chairman, U.S. Delegation to the Paris UNESCO Conference, 1953. (COHP) 1972. 40 pages.
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Saltonstall, Leverett (OH-29) Senator from Massachusetts, 1944-67; served on the Armed Services Committee, Defense Subcommittee. (COHP) 1967. 154 pages.
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Samuel, Irene (OH-148) Leader of the Women's Emergency Committee during the Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis in 1957-59. (COHP) 1970. 49 pages.
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Sargeant, Howland (OH-149) U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1944-46; President of UNESCO General Conference in Paris, 1951. (COHP) 1970. 27 pages.
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Saulnier, Raymond J. (OH-234) Consultant to the Council of Economic Advisers (CEA), 1953-55; member of CEA, 1955-56; chairman of CEA, 1956-61. (COHP) 1967. 71 pages.
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Schaefer, J. Earl (OH-81) West Point classmate and longtime friend of General Eisenhower. (EL) 1969. 37 pages.
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Scheele, Dr. Leonard (OH-85) Surgeon General of the U.S. Public Health Service, 1948-56. (COHP) 1967. 45 pages.
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Scherer, Raymond (OH-47) White House correspondent for NBC. (COHP) 1968. 55 pages.
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Schine, G. David (OH-205) Chief Consultant to the Investigations Subcommittee of the Senate Government Operations Committee, 1953. (COHP) 1971. 21 pages.
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Schoenberg, Irving (OH-561) White House social aide, 1954-1956. (OTHER) 2010. 30 pages.
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Schottland, Charles Irwin (OH-464) Director of California Department of Social Welfare, 1950-1954; Commissioner of Social Security, 1954-1959. (OTHER) 1972. 95 pages.
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Schulz, Robert L. (OH-150) Aide-de-camp to General Dwight Eisenhower, 1947-52; Military Aide to the President, 1953-61; executive assistant to ex-President Eisenhower 1961-69. (COHP) 1968. 293 pages.
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Schulz, Robert L. (OH-495) (EL) 1972-75. 111 pages.
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Scott, Charles (OH-475) Attorney working with the NAACP on the Brown vs. Board of Education case. (OTHER) 1970. 56 pages.
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Scott, Inez G. (OH-409) Driver for General Eisenhower during the North African Campaign, 1943. (EL) 1979. 34 pages.
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Scribner, Fred C. Jr. (OH-235) Active in Republican Party national affairs and campaigns, 1940-present; General Counsel, Republican National Committee (RNC), 1952-55; General Counsel, 1955-57; Assistant Secretary, 1957, and Under Secretary, 1957-61, Department of the Treasury. (COHP) 1972. 84 pages.
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Seamans, Robert C. Jr. (OH-313) Associated with National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA); Associate Administrator, 1960-65, and Deputy Administrator, 1965-68, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). (OTHER) 1968. 162 pages.
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Seamans, Robert C. Jr. (OH-315) (OTHER) 1973. 21 pages.
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Seaton, Gladys D. (OH-390) Wife of Fred Seaton, Secretary of the Interior, 1956-61. (EL) 1974-75. 173 pages.
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Shadegg, Stephen (OH-122) Active in the Republican Party in Arizona. (COHP) 1967. 30 pages.
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Shanley, Bernard M. (OH-348) Member of the Advisory Committee for the Eisenhower campaign of 1952; Special Counsel to President Eisenhower, 1953-55; Appointment Secretary to President Eisenhower, 1955-57. (EL) 1975. 123 pages.
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Shanley, Bernard M. (OH-403) (OTHER) 1974. 54 pages.
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Sharp, Dudley C. (OH-236) Assistant Secretary for Materiel, 1955-59, Under Secretary, 1959, and Secretary, 1959-61, U.S. Air Force. (COHP) 1969. 68 pages.
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Sheldon, James (OH-269) Public relations director of the Nationalities Division Democratic National Committee. (COHP) 1972. 187 pages.
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Sheldon, Joseph S. (OH-151) Active in the Republican party in Texas, and the Eisenhower campaign of 1952. (COHP) 1969. 29 pages.
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Sheldon, Joseph S. (OH-329) (EL) 1972. 59 pages.
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Shelton, William T. (OH-152) City editor, Arkansas Gazette, at time of Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957-59. (COHP) 1970. 36 pages.
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Shepley, James R. (OH-51) Journalist, Washington bureau chief, Time magazine, 1948-61, re foreign affairs. (COHP) 1967. 40 pages.
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Sherrod, Robert Lee (OH-237) Far East correspondent, 1952-55, and Managing Editor, 1955-62, of the Saturday Evening Post. (COHP) 1972. 53 pages.
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Shivers, Allan (OH-238) Governor of Texas, 1949-57; active in the Eisenhower election campaign, 1952. (COHP) 1969. 59 pages.
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Shoup, David M. (OH-206) Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, 1960-63. (COHP) 1972. 30 pages.
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Siciliano, Rocco (OH-9) Special Assistant to the President for Personnel Management, 1957-59. (EL) 1967-68. 123 pages.
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Simpson, William H. (OH-314) Military associate of General Eisenhower; Commanding General, 9th Army, European Theater, 1944-45. (EL) 1972. 127 pages.
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Slater, Ellis D. (OH-239) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1951-52; personal friend of the Eisenhowers. (COHP) 1970. 39 pages.
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Slater, Ilene (OH-71) Secretary to the Chairman of Citizens for Eisenhower in 1952; Secretary to Sherman Adams, 1953-57. (COHP) 1968. 59 pages.
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Small, Merrell F. (OH-465) Newspaperman; active in California Republican Party, Departmental Secretary for the Office of the Governor, 1945-1953. (OTHER) 1970-1971. 227 pages.
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Small, Merrell F. (OH-466) (OTHER) 1972. 4 pages.
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Smith, Bromley (OH-270) State Department official; member of the National Security Council (NSC) special staff, 1953-58; Executive Officer for the Operations Coordinating Board (OCB), 1958-61. (COHP) 1972. 37 pages.
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Smith, Gerard C. (OH-513) Special Assistant to Secretary of State for Atomic Affairs, 1954-57; Assistant Secretary of State, Director of Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, 1957-61; Foreign Policy Consultant, Washington Center Foreign Policy Research, 1961-69; Director of U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1969-72. (EL) 1990. 42 pages.
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Smith, Howard K. (OH-99) Chief European correspondent and European Director of CBS in London, 1946-57, and CBS correspondent, Washington Bureau, 1957-61. (COHP) 1967. 45 pages.
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Smith, Merriman (OH-160) White House Correspondent for United Press International, 1941-70. (COHP) 1968. 80 pages.
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Smith, William J. (OH-240) Legislative secretary and legal counsel to Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus, 1957-67; Associate Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, 1958. (COHP) 1971. 91 pages.
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Smylie, Robert E. (OH-355) Attorney General of Idaho, 1947-55; Governor of Idaho, 1955-67. (EL) 1975. 72 pages.
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Snider, Dwight E. (OH-520) Steward aboard the aircraft Columbine during Dwight D. Eisenhower’s tenure as NATO Commander. (EL) 1978. 52 pages.
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Snider, Orin (OH-6) Childhood friend of Dwight D. and Edgar Eisenhower in Abilene, Kansas. (EL) 1964. 52 pages.
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Snyder, Murray (OH-59) Assistant press secretary to the President, 1953-57. (COHP) 1967. 67 pages.
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Snyder, Richard C. (OH-559) Son of Howard M. Snyder, Eisenhower's personal physician. (OTHER) 2011. 37 pages.
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Sprague, Mansfield D. (OH-100) General Counsel, Department of Defense, 1955-57; Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1958-66. (COHP) 1968. 58 pages.
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Staats, Elmer B. (OH-50) Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1950-53 and 1958-66. (COHP) 1967. 60 pages.
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Stack, James R. (OH-317) Military associate of Dwight D. Eisenhower at Ft. Lewis, Washington, 1940, and the War Plans Division of the War Department, 1941-42. (EL) 1972-73. 132 pages.
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Stambaugh, John H. (OH-372) Assistant to the Director of the Foreign Operations Administration, 1954-55; Special Counsel to the President, 1957-58. (EL) 1976. 102 pages.
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Stanley, Timothy (OH-398) Staff member, Office of the Secretary of Defense,1955; Special Assistant, White House Staff, 1957-59; Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1959-62. (EL) 1977. 37 pages.
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Stans, Maurice H. (OH-46) Financial consultant to Postmaster General, 1953-55; Deputy Postmaster, 1955-57; Deputy Director, 1957-58; and Director, 1958-61, Bureau of the Budget. (COHP) 1968. 84 pages.
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Stapf, Charles J. (OH-375) Member of the Board of Directors of the Eisenhower Foundation. (EL) 1976. 67 pages.
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Stassen, Harold (OH-123) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1952; Mutual Security Administrator, 1953; Director, Foreign Operations Administration, 1953-55; Special Assistant to the President for Disarmament, 1955-58. (COHP) 1967. 68 pages.
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Stassen, Harold (OH-467) (OTHER) 1976. 42 pages.
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Stassen, Harold (OH-519) Director of the Foreign Operations Administration, 1953-55, and Special Assistant to the President for Disarmament, 1955-58. (EL) 1977. 28 pages.
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Steelman, John R. (OH-94) Assistant to President Truman; liaison official re transition to the Eisenhower administration. (COHP) 1968. 89 pages.
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Steinhart, John H. (OH-468) Lawyer, son of Jesse Steinhart who was an associate of Earl Warren. (OTHER) 1973. 19 pages.
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Stephens, Thomas E. (OH-161) Appointments Secretary to General Eisenhower, 1950-53; Special Counsel to the President and Appointments Secretary, 1953-61. (COHP) 1968. 100 pages.
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Stevens, Ted (OH-484) U.S. attorney, District of Alaska, 1953-56; Legislative Counsel, Department of the Interior, 1956-58. (EL) 1977. 31 pages.
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Storey, Robert G. (OH-241) Member, Commission on Reorganization of the Executive Branch of Government, 1953-55; Vice Chairman, U.S. Civil Rights Commission, 1957-63. (COHP) 1971. 66 pages.
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Strauss, Lewis L. (OH-271) Member, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1946-50; Chairman, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1953-58. (COHP) 1962-63. 178 pages.
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Streibert, Theodore (OH-153) Director, U.S. Information Agency, 1953-56; Member of business staff of Nelson and Laurance Rockefeller, 1957-60. (COHP) 1970. 36 pages.
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Summerfield, Arthur (OH-242) Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1952-53; U.S. Postmaster General, 1953-61. (COHP) (closed) 1970. 93 pages.
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Sutton, Glenn W. (OH-356) Member, U.S. Tariff Commission, 1954-71. (EL) 1976. 45 pages.
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Swan, D. Walter (OH-343) Active in the Eisenhower campaigns of 1952 and 1956; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs, 1953-54. (EL) 1976. 95 pages.
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Swing, Joseph (OH-154) West Point classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1911-15; U.S. Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, 1954-61. (COHP) 1967. 77 pages.
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