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BACON, EDWARD A.: PAPERS, 1864 and 1896-1968. Chairman, Executive Council Air Coordinating Committee, 1953-60; Assistant to the Secretary of the Army for Canal Zone Affairs, 1954; member, Tolls Committee, St. Lawrence Seaway, 1958; member, Interstate Commission, Potomac River Basin, 1958-61; U.S. Chairman, International Joint Commission, U.S. and Canada, 1959-61; Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Financial Management, 1954-60. 17 feet.

BARKER, RAY W.: PAPERS, 1942-46. Assistant Chief of Staff, War Plans Division, U.S. Forces in the British Isles, 1942-43; Deputy Chief of Staff, Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, European Theater of Operations, 1943-44; Deputy Chief of Staff, SHAEF, 1944; Assistant Chief of Staff, G-1, SHAEF, 1944-45. 2 feet.

BARNES, BERT B.: MATERIAL RE U.S. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, 1953-72. Executive Assistant to Assistant Postmaster General, 1953-57; 1st Deputy Assistant Postmaster General, 1957-59; Assistant Postmaster General, 1959-61. 1 foot.

BAUER, ROBERT A.: PAPERS, 1939-98. Broadcaster, Free Austria Radio, France, 1939-40; broadcaster and Division Chief, Voice of America, 1942-58; Public and Cultural Affairs Officer, Department of State, 1958-72. -1 foot.

BAUGHMAN, URBANUS E.: PAPERS, 1953-71. Chief, U.S. Secret Service, 1948-61. -1 foot.

BEACH, EDWARD L.: PAPERS, 1935-62. Executive Officer, U.S.S. Tirante, 1944; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Piper, 1945; Personal Aide to Chief of Naval Personnel, 1945-47; Office, Chief of Naval Operations, 1947-48; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Amberjack, 1948-49; Naval Assistant to Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1949-51; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Trigger II, 1951-53; Naval Aide to the President, 1953-57; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Salamonie, 1957-58; Commanding Officer, U.S.S. Triton, 1958-61; author. 14 feet.

BEACH, EDWARD L. and EVAN P. AURAND: RECORDS, 1953-61. Naval Aides to the President. 10 feet.

BECKER, RALPH: PAPERS, 1957-87. Lawyer; Trustee, National Cultural Center, 1958-61 and 1970-76. -1 foot.

BENEDICT, STEPHEN: PAPERS, 1951-55. Assistant to Dr. Gabriel Hauge, Research Director of Citizens for Eisenhower, 1951-53; Assistant to the Administrative Assistant to the President for Economic Affairs, 1953-54; Assistant Staff Secretary, 1954-55. 3 feet.

BENNETT, ELMER F.: PAPERS, 1950-82. Legislative Counsel, Department of Interior, 1953-56; Assistant to Secretary of Interior, 1956-57; General Counsel, Department of Interior, 1957-58; Under Secretary of Interior, 1958-61. 10 feet.

BENSON, EZRA TAFT: PAPERS, 1952-61. Secretary of Agriculture, 1953-61. 2 feet. (partly on microfilm) ALSO: .5 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand

BERG, AARON: PAPERS, 1947-72. Executive Chairman, National Committee of Columbia University Alumni for Eisenhower and Committee of the Eisenhower Program, 1952-56. -1 foot.

BERLIN, IRVING: PAPERS, 1952-83. Composer. - 1 foot.

BERMINGHAM, EDWARD J.: CORRESPONDENCE WITH DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, 1948-58. Columbia University Trustee (photocopies). 1 foot.

BETTS, THOMAS J.: PAPERS, 1913-77. Brigadier General; Intelligence Officer, SHAEF, 1944-May 1945; Director of Intelligence, U.S. Group, Control Council for Germany, May 1945; author of numerous articles, short stories, and poems. 4 feet. (closed pending processing)

BEVAN, VELBER K.: PAPERS, 1951-1952. Korean War veteran. .2 feet.

BICKS, ROBERT A.: PAPERS, 1953-61. Staff member, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice, 1953-59; Assistant Attorney General, 1960-61. 4 feet. (closed pending processing)

BIRD, JOHN: MATERIAL RE ARTICLES WRITTEN BY DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER FOR THE SATURDAY EVENING POST. Senior Editor, Saturday Evening Post, 1960-64, Editor-at-Large, 1964-69. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

BISSELL, RICHARD M., JR.: PAPERS, 1909-95. Consultant, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948; Assistant Deputy Administrator, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948; Deputy Director & Acting Director, Mutual Security Agency, 1951-52; Consultant to the Director, Mutual Security Agency, 1952-55; Special Assistant to the Director, Central Intelligence Agency, 1954-59; Deputy Director of Plans, Central Intelligence Agency, 1959-62; Co-director of the National Reconnaissance Office, 1961-62; Executive Vice President, Institute for Defense Analysis, 1962; President, Institute for Defense Analysis, 1962-64. 34 feet. (For further information about this collection, please see Appendix)

Calendar Series
Correspondence Series
Cosmopolitan Shipping Company Consulting Series
Covenant Group Series
Economics Notes and Papers Series
Ford Foundation Series
Historic and Oversize Papers Series
Hoagland Consulting Series
Interviews Series
Marshall Plan Series
Miscellaneous Publications Series
National Defense Problems Group Series
Oral History Interviews Series
Personal Information and Biographical Series
Social Science Research Council Series
Subject Series
Talks and Papers Series
United Aircraft Series
United States Steel Consulting Series
Walt and Eugene Rostow Series

BLACK, LILLIAN "RUSTY" BROWN: PAPERS, 1945-2005. Red Cross worker, World War II; Ssecretary on White House staff, 1953-61; Personal Secretary to Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1962-67. 2 feet.

BOILLOT, CLAUDE E.: PAPERS, 1934-84. U.S. Representative, Suez Canal Company (Compagnie Universelle du Canal Maritime de Suez), 1952-78. 10 feet.

BOOKMAN, GEORGE B.: PAPERS, 1981-93. Journalist; edited memoirs of Gabriel Hauge. -1 foot.

BORTMAN, MARK: PAPERS, 1956-67. Member, Board of Directors, and Chairman, Civic Committee, People-to-People Program, 1956-67. 25 feet.

BOSTER, DAVIS E.: PAPERS, 1949-2005. Political Officer, American Embassy, Moscow, 1947-49; Desk Officer for the Soviet Union, Department of State, 1949-54; Political Officer, American Embassy, Bonn 1954-58; Personal Assistant to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, 1958-59; Officer in Charge of Soviet Union Political Affairs, Department of State, 1959-62; Political Officer, American Embassy, Mexico City, 1963; United States Ambassador to Bangladesh, 1974-76; United States Ambassador to Guatemala, 1976-1979. -1 foot. Review upon Demand

BRAGDON, JOHN STEWART: PAPERS, 1954-62. Staff Advisor on Public Works Planning, Council of Economic Advisors, 1954-55; Special Assistant to the President to Coordinate Public Works Planning, 1955-60; member, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1960-61. 4 feet.


BRAINARD, CHARLES L.: PAPERS, 1945-67. Member, The Eisenhower Foundation; Secretary, The Eisenhower Presidential Library Commission. 5 feet.

BRERETON, LEWIS H.: PAPERS, 1918-67. Commander, Far East Air Force, Philippines, 1941; Deputy Air Commander in Chief, Allied Air Forces, Java, 1942; Commander, Middle East Air Force (9th Air Force), 1942-43; Commanding General, 9th Air Force, European Theater,1943-44; Commander, 1st Allied Airborne Army, 1944-45; Chairman, Military Liaison Committee to the Atomic Energy Commission, 1945-58. -1 foot.

BRIGGS, RUTH M.: PAPERS, 1942-54. Secretary to General Walter Bedell Smith. -1 foot.

BROOKS, GLADYS HARDING: PAPERS, 1915-69. Boyhood friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.

BROWNELL, HERBERT, JR.: PAPERS, 1877-1988. Lawyer; member, New York State Legislature, 1933-35; Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1944-45; campaign manager for Thomas Dewey, 1948; Attorney General, 1953-57; Chairman, National Study Commission on Records and Documents of Federal Officials, 1975-77. 114 feet.


BUCHANAN, MRS. WILEY T.: PAPERS, 1952-64. Wife of U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg,1953-57, and Chief of Protocol, U.S. Department of State, 1957-61. 17 feet. (closed pending processing)

BUCKNER, SIMON BOLIVAR, JR.: PAPERS, 1941-45. Commanding General, Alaska Defense Command, 1941-44; Commanding General, Tenth Army, 1944-45. -1 foot.

BUENNING, ARVEL E.: PAPERS, 1936-63. Chairman, Dickinson County Republican Central Committee of Kansas, 1951-53. 4 feet.

BULKELEY, JOHN D.: PAPERS, 1928-84. Commander, motorboat submarine chaser, Division 2, 1941; Commander, motor torpedo boat, Squadron 3, U.S. Asiatic Fleet, 1941-42; Commander, Task Force 122.4.4, Normandy Invasion, 1944; Commander, U.S.S. Endicott, 1944-45. 1 foot.

BULL, HAROLD R.: PAPERS, 1943-68. Commanding General, Replacement and School Command, Army Ground Forces, Birmingham, Alabama, 1942-43; Chief of Operations and Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, Headquarters, European Theater, 1943-44; Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Forces, 1944; Commanding General, 4th Infantry Division, 1944; Chief of Staff, U.S. Forces, European Theater, 1945-46. 1 foot.

BULLIS, HARRY A.: PAPERS, 1947-63. Chairman of the Board, General Mills, 1948-59; Chairman, Mutual Security Operations Team to Formosa, 1953; member, Hoover Commission Task Force on Overseas Economic Operations, 1954-55; Trustee, National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1954-59; Chairman, Business Organizations Committee, People-to-People Program, 1956. -1 foot.

BURCHMAN, LEONARD: PAPERS, 1952. Director of Publicity, New York State Citizens for Eisenhower, 1952. -1 foot.

BURGESS, W. RANDOLPH: PAPERS, 1951-62. Deputy to Secretary of Treasury, 1953-54; Under Secretary of Treasury, 1955-57; U.S. permanent representative to NATO, 1957-61. -1 foot.

BURNS, ARTHUR F.: PAPERS, 1928-69. Chairman, Council of Economic Advisors, 1953-56; Chairman, Advisory Board on Economic Growth and Stability, 1953-56; Chairman, Cabinet Committee on Small Business, 1956; member, President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy, 1961-66; President, National Bureau of Economic Research, 1957-67. 58 feet.

BURROUGHS, ROBERT P.: PAPERS, 1953-59. Businessman; Finance Chairman, Republican State Committee of New Hampshire; Special Advisor to Dwight D. Eisenhower in presidential campaigns of 1952 and 1956. -1 foot.

BUTCHER, HARRY C.: PAPERS, 1910-59. Naval Aide to General Eisenhower. 7 feet.

BUTTERFIELD, SAMUEL H.: PAPERS, 1948-2005. Staff member, Department of Labor, 1950-53; Bureau of the Budget, 1953-58; International Cooperation Administration and Agency for International Development, 1958-80; director, aid missions to Tanzania, 1966-68, and Nepal, 1976-80; affiliate professor, University of Idaho, 1981-89; conservation advisor to Botswana, 1985-87. 25 feet.

BYROADE, HENRY A.: PAPERS, 1940-92. Assistant Secretary of State, 1952-55; Ambassador to Egypt, 1955-56; Ambassador to Union of South Africa, 1956-59; Ambassador to Afghanistan, 1959-62. -1 foot.

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