CABOT, JOHN M.: PAPERS, 1929-78. Foreign Service Officer, 1926-65; stationed in Dominican Republic, 1929-31; Guatemala, 1939-41; Argentina, 1945-46; Yugoslavia, 1947; China, 1948-49; Finland, 1950-52; Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, 1953-54; Ambassador to Sweden, 1954-57; Ambassador to Columbia, 1957-59; Ambassador to Brazil, 1959-61; Ambassador to Poland, 1962-65. Depository - Tufts University. 22 reels. (microfilm)
CAMPBELL, SAMUEL J.: PAPERS, 1955-60. Cattle breeder, friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.
CANNON, C. CRAIG: PAPERS, 1945-54. Aide to General Eisenhower, 1946-48 and 1950-52. -1 foot.
CANNON, JAMES M.: RECORDS, 1988-91. President of Eisenhower Centennial Foundation. -1 foot.
CANOLE, JAMES: PAPERS, 2005. Kansas State Architect, 1961-67. Involved in the continued development of the Eisenhower Presidential Library. Designer of the Eisenhower Library Place of Meditation. -1 foot.
CARLSON, JOSEPH W.: PERSONAL PAPERS AND "A HISTORY OF THE U.S. ARMY ENGINEERS, 1944-45." Officer with Army Corps of Engineers at Normandy base section in 1944. -1 foot.
CARROLL, PAUL T.: PAPERS, 1941-68. Military associate, 1945-52; Staff Secretary and Defense Liaison Officer in the White House, 1953-54. -1 foot. Review upon Demand
CASE, CHARLES A.: PAPERS, 1944-67. Abilene friend. Depository - Dr. and Mrs. John Case. 1 reel. (microfilm)
CHAPIN, CHARLES H.: PAPERS, 1911-30. U.S. Military Academy classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot.
CHASE, MARGARET: PAPERS, 1942-60 AND 1983. Red Cross volunteer in North Africa and Europe. -1 foot.
CHESNEY, EARLE D.: RECORDS, 1956-61. Assistant to the Deputy Assistant to the President, 1954-61. -1 foot.
CHILSON, HATFIELD: PAPERS, 1956-58 AND 1968. Under Secretary of the Interior, 1956-58. -1 foot.
CLARK, A. DAYTON: PAPERS, 1930-63. Assistant Naval Attache, London, 1940-41; Operations Officer, London, 1941; U.S. Naval Liaison Officer, British Far Eastern and Indian Ocean Fleet, 1941-42; Staff of Commander in Chief, U.S. Fleet, Navy Department, Washington, D.C., 1942-43; Commanding Officer, Mulberry "A", 1944. -1 foot.
CLARK, EDWIN N.: PAPERS, 1939-80. Army Officer, friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. 4 feet.
CLARK, MARK W.: PAPERS, 1918-66. Commander in Chief, Ground Forces, Europe, 1942-43; Commander, 5th Army, Italy, 1943-44; Commanding General, 15th Army Group, 1944-45; Commander, 6th Army, 1947-49; Commander in Chief, U.N. Command Korea, 1949-52. Depository - The Citadel, Charleston, S.C. 12 reels. (microfilm)
COCHRAN, JACQUELINE: PAPERS, 1932-75. Aviator; Director of Women Pilots, U.S. Air Force, 1943-45; Colonel, U.S. Air Force Reserve; consultant to NASA; author, The Stars at Noon; cosmetics company executive; member, California State and Riverside County Republican Central Committees; participant in the campaign to secure the Republican party's presidential nomination for Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952. 228 feet.
Scope & Content Note
Air Force Series, 1948-71
Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) Series, 1941-44
Articles Series, 1938-63
Business Series, 1935-72
Eisenhower Campaign Series, 1952
Federation Aeronautique Internationale (FAI) Series, 1958-64
General Election Files Series, 1956-61
General Files Series, 1932-75
National Aeronautic Association (NAA) Series, 1958-63
Ninety-Nines Series, 1930-44
Primary Political Files Series
Scrapbook Series, 1932-71
Speech Series, 1938-69
Speed Records Series, 1939-71
Stars At Noon Series, 1951-72
Trips Series, 1945-71
Women's Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) Series, 1941-72
COLLINS, J. LAWTON: PAPERS, 1896-1975. Commander, VII Corps, 1944-45; Chief of Staff of the Army, 1949-53; Special Ambassador to Vietnam, 1954-55. 17 feet.
COMBINED CHIEFS OF STAFF: CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, 1941-45. 1 foot.
COOK, GILBERT R.: PAPERS, 1911-63. Commanding General, 104th Infantry Division, 1942-43; Commanding General, XII Corps, 1943; Deputy Commander, Third Army, 1943-44. 4 feet.
COOK, RICHARD W.: PAPERS, 1940-73. Engineer, Oak Ridge Nuclear Facility, 1944-51; Deputy General Manager, Atomic Energy Commission, 1951-58; Executive, American Machine and Foundry Company, 1958-64; Executive, Marshall Space Flight Center, NASA, 1964-73. 3 feet.
COOPER, GEORGE V.: PAPERS, 1950-68. Businessman, New York City; alumnus of Columbia University, friend of Dwight D. Eisenhower. -1 foot. Review upon Demand
COTA, NORMAN D.: PAPERS, 1912-61. Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3, 1st Division, U.S. Army, 1941-43; Assistant Commander, 29th Infantry Division, European Theater of Operations, 1943; Commanding General, 28th Infantry Division, ETO, 1944-45. 2 feet. (partly on microfilm) ALSO: [A75-12/1; A90-15] 1.5 Cubic ft. Unreviewed Accretion, Review upon Demand
COTTER, CORNELIUS P.: PAPERS, 1959-61. Executive Director, Republican Committee on Program and Progress, 1959-60. 2 feet.
COUCH, VIRGIL L.: PAPERS, 1951-90. Director of Industrial Preparedness and Security, Federal Civil Defense Administration and successor agencies, 1956-72. 10 feet.
COUGHRAN, TOM B.: PAPERS, 1917-93. Officer, Bank of America, 1927-71; Officer, Army Finance Corps, 1942-44; Civil Affairs Officer, SHAEF, 1944-45; member, Export Advisory Commission, Department of Commerce, 1953-57; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs, 1957-58. 3 feet.
COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS, OFFICE OF: RECORDS, 1953-61. 11 feet.
COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISORS, OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN: RECORDS, 1953-60. 6 feet.
CULL, RICHARD: PAPERS, 1941-89. News correspondent, Dayton (Ohio) Daily News. -1 foot. Review upon Demand
CUTLER, ROBERT: Chairman, Old Colony Trust Co., 1953, 1955-60; Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1953-55 and 1957-58; member, Operations Coordinating Board; member, Council on Foreign Economic Policy; Chairman, National Security Planning Board, 1953-55 and 1957-58; U.S. Executive Director, Inter American Development Bank, 1960-62; Special Assistant to Secretary of Treasury, 1960-62. Papers, 1895-1974. 12 feet.
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