Linear feet: 36
Approximate number of pages: 77,000
Approximate number of items: 30,000
The donor reserves to herself all literary property rights in all writings of the late C.D. Jackson in all papers donated to the United States under terms of this instrument or which may be included in other collections of papers deposited in the Dwight D. Eisenhower Library.
By agreement with the donor the following classes of documents will be withheld from research use:
Almost a fourth of this collection concerns C.D. Jackson's psychological warfare activities during World War II when Jackson, representing the Office of War Information (OWI), served as Deputy Chief, Psychological Warfare Branch (PWB), Allied Forces Headquarters (AFHQ) in 1943, and Deputy Chief, Psychological Warfare Division (PWD), Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Force (SHAEF), 1944-45. At AFHQ in Algiers, he directed OWI propaganda leaflet and newswriting activities, and in London with PWD, SHAEF, he participated in Allied efforts to arouse the conquered people of Europe against the Germans. During the late stages of the war Jackson directed the Allied Information Service which distributed information about the Allies' war efforts to France and other liberated areas.
This portion of the collection consists of official correspondence, memoranda, cables, reports, and propaganda leaflets which reflect the shaping of Allied psychological warfare policies, as well as some personal correspondence, newsclippings, and miscellaneous materials. Important subjects include propaganda methods, Allied liberation of France and relations with the French, information control in Allied- occupied Germany, OWI functions, civil affairs, displaced persons, and the surrender of Italy. Prominent "psychwar" personnel with whom C.D. Jackson corresponded include Richard Crossman, Brigadier General Robert McClure, Edward Barrett, and Fred Auberjonois.
The remainder of these papers fall into an alphabetically arranged General File or Time Inc. File which spans Jackson's career with Time Inc. from 1931 to his death in 1964. Following is a partial list of his positions and functions during this period: Vice President, Time Incorporated, 1940; President of Council for Democracy, 1940; Special Assistant to the U.S. Ambassador to Turkey, 1942-43; President of the Free Europe Committee (this directed Radio Free Europe) 1951-52; Speechwriter for Dwight D. Eisenhower during his campaign for the Presidency in 1952; Special Assistant to the President for International Affairs, 1953-54; U.S. Delegate to the Ninth General Assembly of the United Nations, 1954; speechwriter and consultant to President Eisenhower during the Lebanon Crisis of 1958; and unofficial consultant to the President on other occasions.
In his long career with Time Incorporated Jackson served as one of Henry Luce's vice presidents; supervised overseas activities of Time Inc. during the late 1940s; became publisher of Fortune and, later, Life; gave numerous speeches; and conducted other public relations functions. Some of these activities are reflected in his correspondence with Henry Luce and John K. Jessup, as well as in his extensive speech file.
Jackson was an ardent believer in the virtues of American democracy and free enterprise and a staunch opponent of communism and fascism. As President of the Council for Democracy in 1940, he participated in an organization whose objectives were to alert American people to the threats of nazism and fascism and to prepare them for involvement in World War II. Included in these papers are meeting minutes, memoranda, and correspondence concerning this organization.
After World War II Jackson became strongly sympathetic to the plight of Eastern European countries under communist domination and was an active participant in Radio Free Europe from the time of its founding in 1949 until his death in 1964. Folders of official Radio Free Europe papers as well as correspondence with individuals in the organization comprise a small but significant part of this collection.
As Special Assistant to the President for International Affairs, Jackson was concerned with furnishing ideas to the President, the Secretary of State, and other policy makers on scoring propaganda points against the Soviet bloc. In carrying out this role, Jackson took the lead in preparing President Eisenhower's Atoms for Peace speech which the President gave at the United Nations on December 8, 1953. Jackson also helped prepare other foreign policy speeches, participated in National Security Council and Operations Coordinating Board meetings, and attended the Bermuda Conference in December 1953 and the Berlin Four Power Conference, January 25 to February 18, 1954.
Although he resigned from the White House staff in 1954, Jackson continued to correspond and occasionally consult with President Eisenhower, John Foster Dulles, and others in the Administration and, in 1958, returned to the White House to serve as a consultant and speechwriter for the President during the Lebanon crisis. In his correspondence, Jackson continually pushed a plan for massive United States economic assistance to underdeveloped countries.
In addition to his political, diplomatic, and publishing activities, Jackson participated in numerous business, cultural, and social undertakings. For example, as a member of the Board of Trustees for the U.S. Council of the International Chamber of Commerce he was an energetic participant in this organization's efforts to promote business support for the European Recovery program during the late 1940s and early 1950s. As a member of the board of the Metropolitan Opera Association he helped plan for a new building site, and was involved in planning for the construction of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Jackson was also on the boards of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the United Negro College Fund, and the Carnegie Corporation.
Jackson's papers reflect all of the above-listed activities of Jackson as well as many others. Types of material include official and personal correspondence, reports, memoranda, transcripts of conversations, speeches, and some printed matter. An important segment is entitled "Log" and is arranged by years (1953 to 1964). This log originated as a brief daily record dictated by Jackson during his first year at the White House. After he left the government this log became more of a file for especially important correspondence, memos, and transcripts of conversations. It may be said that this log contains a record of the highlights of the years concerned.
A large number of photographs were removed from this collection and turned over to the Dwight D. Eisenhower Audio- Visual Collection.
23-96 General File or Time Inc. File, 1931-1967. 74 boxes. Arranged alphabetically by name or subject. Contains correspondence memoranda, reports, transcripts of conversations, speeches, newsclippings, and printed matter. Includes one suitbox containing a scrapbook.
1902, March 16 Born, New York City 1924 A.B., Princeton University 1924-31 President, C.D. Jackson & Co. [marble and stone import business] 1931 Appointed Assistant to President of Time Inc. 1940 President of Council for Democracy 1942-43 Special Assistant to U.S. Ambassador to Turkey [Steinhardt] 1943-44 Deputy Chief, P.W.B., AFHQ 1944-45 Deputy Chief, PWD, SHAEF 1945 Managing Director, Time-Life International 1949 Publisher, Fortune Magazine 1951-52 President, Free Europe Committee 1952 Speechwriter for Dwight D. Eisenhower 1953-54 Special Assistant to President for International Affairs 1954 U.S. Delegate to Ninth General Assembly, United Nations 1958 Speechwriter and consultant to President Eisenhower 1960 Became publisher of Life Magazine 1964, Sept. 18 Died, New York City
Box No. Contents 1 ARMY FILE Aachen--Paris [Proposed Aachen newspaper] Adams, Mat--Paris [Info. on propaganda & newsprint supply for N.W. Europe] Administration--Paris Algiers--London (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6) [PWB; Sardinia; Italy; France] Allied Publications Board--Algiers [for Italy, Sicily, and Sardinia] American Embassy--Paris Appointments Art of War [Sun Tzu on Art of War] "A" Day--Paris [coordination of announcement re cessation of organized resistance in Germany] 2 Atrocities--Paris (1)(2)(3) Auberjonois, Fred [OWI Publications, etc.] Baden, Colonel Paris Barrett, Edw. London Basic PWB- AFHQ (1)(2)(3) [operations & techniques] Blakeney, C.C. London Brussels-Paris [PWD activities in liberated territory] Cables-Directive AGWAR- PWB AFHQ Cables-Operation AGWAR- PWB AFHQ Cables- Outgoing- AGWAR- PWB AFHQ (1)(2) Box No. Contents 3 Caen Paris Cairo-Algiers [operations of Cairo office of OWI] (1)(2)(3) Chambers, Alan Paris [control of German info] Cherbourg Paris Cheronnet, Mr. Paris Chevalier, Mr. Paris Cinema, Paris [distribution and showing of films in liberated countries] (1)(2) Citations Civil Affairs Paris Civil Affairs London Communications Paris Conant, Luther Paris Correspondents Paris Crossman, R.H.S. Algiers [PWB propaganda techniques] Crossman London [PWD propaganda toward Germany] Crossman, R.H.S. Paris [Germany under Allied occupation] D-Day Davenport Piece De Beer, Gavin Paris De Beer, Gavin London Deputies- London (1)(2) Dilliard, Irving Paris 4 Directories- Personnel Paris & London (1)(2) Displaced Persons Paris Dodds-Parker, Douglas Algiers Dragoon London Drummond-Wolff, Lt. Col. Paris Duff-Cooper Paris Eisenhower, General Paris Executive Office Paris Fabius London FFI Paris [French Forces of the Interior] First Army Paris Food Rationing and Black Market Paris French London French Relations Paris (1)(2) Fried, Major Paris Galitzine, Yurka N. Paris Guignebert, Jean Paris Halpern, Ensign London Halpern, Ensign Paris Hamblet, Phil Algiers Hamblet, Phil London Hart, Schaffner & Marx Paris [Herbert, Mervyn] Holland London Hollander, Richard [includes report on Psywar operations] 5 Hope, Lt. Col. Henry London Huijsman, Major Paris Huot, Louis Paris Intelligence (1)(2) Paris Inter-Office London Inter-Office Memos Paris Istanbul Algiers Kaufman, Frank Kehm, Colonel--- London Kehm, Colonel Paris Krimsky, John Paris Leaflets, SHAEF Leaflets - SHAEF Paper Paris Leaflets Algiers (1)(2)(3) 6 Leaflets Algiers (4)(5)(6) Leaflets Paris (1)(2)(3)(4) Leaflets - Garey Report-Western European Theater Leafelt Shell- Algiers Lee, Brig. S.S. Paris Le Mans Paris 7 Le Petre, J. Paris Linen, James Algiers [OWI activities; Psywar plans for Balkans] Lockhart, Bruce London London Algiers London Situation Algiers Luxembourg Paris Lyon, Fred Algiers Mayer, Gerald Paris McClure, General London McClure, General Paris (1)(2) [psywar; French relations; (cont.) occup. of Germany, etc.] McClure, Robt. A.- Party File Middle-East Algiers Mitchell-Innes, Col. London Morgan, Lt. Gen. F. Paris Neville, Brig. A. G. Paris New York Times CDJ Piece [re psywar] New York- Trip from Paris Paris [French relations; hist. of PWB; OWI activities] Newspapers- Paris Newsprint Paris Norway Paris Norwegians London Overlord London 8 OWI- Paris Paris OWI- Paris Minutes Paris OWI- USA London OWI- USA Paris OWI- London Paris OWI- Misc [termination of OWI; proposed postwar international info. programs] Paley, William Paris [info. on control in occupied Germany] Paris City Paris [PWD participation in Paris liberation] Parker, Robert Algiers Personnel Paris Proclamation London [re D-Day] Photo Paris [PWD Photo section activities] Policies Paris 9 Powell, Colonel Paris Press Paris Psych. Warfare Publications and Display Paris (1)(2) PWB- AFHQ Paris PWB-PWD Story Paris PWD Reports Paris PWD Reports- CDJ Paris PWD Rear Paris [inc. propaganda re attempted assassination of Hitler; plans for info control in Germany] 10 PWE Plan Algiers Pye Receivers Paris Radio and Public Address Paris (1)(2) Rennes Paris [Displaced Persons; A.I.S.] Routh, Dennis Paris Salembier, Mr. Paris [inc. essay on prop. during WWI.] Scheftel, Stuart Paris Sherwood, Robt. Algiers Sherwood, Robert- London Schneider, Douglas Paris Scott-Bailey, Col. [empty] SHAEF Mission Paris [report on PWD & AIS operations in Paris] Smith, Hamilton K. London Smith, Gen. Walter Bedell Spain Special Operations Committee London Stars and Stripes Stone, Thomas London Strasbourg Paris [re American withdrawal and German propaganda] Survey Paris [French public opinion] 11 Section GLE Information [package removed from folder Salembier, Mr.] 12 Talisman London [plans for occup. of Germany, Austria & liberated countries] Taylor, Davidson Paris Telecon Paris Tripartite Committee London Twelfth Army Group [ Polish propaganda] Twenty-One Army Group London UNRRA Paris U.S. Group Control Council Paris [control of info. in occupied Germany] Vanier, General Paris Wingerter Needed From War Files Alphabetical Order as in file (1)(2)(3) [inc. corres. re Russian D.Ps.] Le Peuple Russe et La Guerre Par Jean Champenois [book manuscript] 13 Subseries - Personal War Files - 1944-45 Jackson, C.D.- Personal Addresses and Cards Jackson, C.D.- Personal Photogrpahs Chase Bank Jackson, C.D.-Personal Identification cards, etc. Jackson, C.D.-Personal Bills " " Government " " Miscellaneous " " Correspondence Time, Inc. 14 Jackson, C.D.-Personal Correspondence (1)(2) Psych. Warfare Interview w. C.D.J. Miscellaneous Subseries [Les Atrocities Commises Par Les Polonais contre Les Allemands de Pologne] [German propaganda written in French] [Manual for the control of German information services] [Newspapers] [Final report of the publications & display section of the 6805 Allied Information Service Group] [Psychological warfare in the Mediterranean Theater] 15 [Air Objective folder, Manchuria areas (maps, information on bombing targets)] [Air Objective folder, Tokuyama Area, Japan] [Cauup de Juifs, Flossberg, 1945] [News accounts of V-E Day] [Distribution of "Overt" publications in Germany] [The German News Agency and the News] [Surveys of public opinion held in Sicily Nov. 1943- Jan. 1944] [La Bete est Morte] (Allied Propaganda) [P.W.B. combat propaganda pamphlets] 16 London Addresses [address cards] Africa- Paris Addresses- Paris Photostats Subseries Admiralty Allied Control Commission Allied Publications Board Amgot 15th, 8th, 7th Army Group Auberjonois, Fred Austrian Propaganda 17 Avalanche- Baytown Azores- Portugal Bari Bari Mission Barrett, Ed. Bigot, Pysche Husky Bing, Major Blankenhorn, Major Bogomolov, Alexander Brazilian Military Mission British War Office Bureau of Budget Cameron, Norman Casablanca Catania Civil Affairs Commissaire a L'Information Corsican Leaflets Cosgrove, George W. Cyclone De Chassey, Colonel Dodds-Parker, Lt. Col. D. Douglas Eisenhower, General Film Sicilian- Italian 18 Food Situation in Italy Foord, Lt. Col. Frantz, Jules French Comite of Nat'l Liberation French Propaganda Fyvel Tosco Galsworthy, Major German Leaflet Gilmore, Otto Hagelin Machines Hazeltine, Colonel Head, Major Holmes, Brig. Gen. Herz, Captain Howard, Hubert Inter-Office Administration " " Basic News " " "D" Section " " Film " " Hamilton " " Monitoring 19 Inter-Office Photo Shop " " Print Shop " " Publication " " Radio " " Radio Technical Italian Armistice Italian Declaration of War Italian King Speech Italian Radio Italian Restoration of Territory Italian Situation [inc. OWI plan for Bulgaria] Kennedy, Ed. Lehrman, Hal Lend-Lease Madrid Martelli, George Mathiev, G.A. 20 McChrystal, Col. McClure, R.A. Middle East Broadcasting Coordinating Board Military Government Section Mobile Units Morgenthau, Henry Ian Munro Naples Newspaper Censorship O.S.S. O.W.I. New York Pales Press Company, Ltd. Paley, William Panella, Virgilio Prisoner Interrogation P.W.B. Mentions P.W.B. Results Radio Bari Radio Palermo Radio Tunis Readers Digest Rhythm Salerno Sardinia Senators 21 Sicily Soresi, Carl Soong, Norman Stars and Strips Survey Taylor, George F. Terraccini, Enrico Thornhill, Colonel Torris, Monsieur Two Generals [DeGaulle & Giraud] Tyler, Wm. Tunis United Nations Radio Waldberg, Patrick Walmsley, A. Whitaker, John Williamson, David 22 War Criminals Sample Copies
23 AA- AL Misc. [inc. speech by Pres. Truman] AMF- AZ- Misc. Abu Simbel- Amer. Comm. to Preserve & Misc. [Egyptian Temples] Action [American Council to Improve Our Neighborhoods, Inc.] Adamic, Louis [material on Adamic's book- Two-Way Passage, Pub. 1941 as proposal for U.S. aid to provisional govt. opposing Hitler] Adams, Mat [includes report on proposed Voice of America Station in Liberia] Adams, Sherman Book & Life Neg. Adams, Governor Sherman [includes corres. re politics, diplomatic matters, McCarthy, postal rates, disarmament, etc.] Adenauer, Konrad [corresp. re Time reporting and alleged attitude of "pulling away from America"] Adler, Larry Advertising Council Inc. [re World Trade Campaign, 1946-48] Agar, Herbert [fight for freer trade; loan for British, 1946] 24 Airplane Alexander, Roy [inc. memoranda from CDJ to Alexander re such foreign policy matters as Geneva, Quemoy and Matsu, etc.] Allyn, A. Merrill America (n) Misc. [American aid to France & other internationalist organizations] A.N.T.A. [American National Theatre and Academy; internat'l exchange program] Anderson, Dillon Andrews, Paul Shipman [inc. proposal for world disarmament] Anthony, Edw. Arab Affairs Ardrey, Robert Asia Foundation Atlantic Council [re promotion of unity of Atlantic Community] Atomic Fund Atomic Industrial Forum Atoms for Peace- Evolution (1) [development of DDE's speech at U.N. General Assembly Dec. 8, 1953] 25 Atoms for Peace- Evolution (2)(3) Auberjonois, Fernand [includes evaluation of DeGaulle; Voice of America] Ba-Misc. [inc. Time Inc. material on Dixon-Yates] Bb- Be- Misc. Bf- Bl- Misc. Bm-Bo-Misc. [inc. corres. from Chester Bowles] Bp-Br-Misc. Bs-Bz-Misc. [inc. Nat'l Committee for Free Europe, Inc. memorandum of refugee program] Baker, Edgar [inc. CDJ's observations on Cold War and U.S. Govt. cold war planning] Baldwin, Joseph Clark Baldwin, Wm. H. [American Museum of Immigration] Barnard, J.L. Barnard, T. L. [magazines, books for UNESCO] 26 Barnett, Frank - Richardson Foundation [addresses on cold war strategy] Barrett, Edward W. [Asst. Sec. of State for Public Affairs, 1950-52; inc. material on Korea] Barringer, John Paul Beau, Gen. & Mrs. Lucas V. Beaver (Foreign Econ. Policy) (1)(2)(3)(4) [inc. Jackson's (cont.) proposals for new U.S. For. Econ. Policy; draft of proposed Presidential speech] Benetti, Mr. Jean Beekman, Frederick W. [corres re American Students and Artists Center; radio address on War in Europe, 1941] Bell, Dan 27 Belmont, August Mrs. Benet, Stephen Vincent [inc. Benet's views on labor's lack of good publicity during 1940s] Benton, William [re U.S. propaganda operations] Bergman, Alfred Berkshire Evening Eagle Berle, Adolf A. Jr. & Mrs. [Guatamalan Affairs, 1963] Berlin--Basics & working Papers [meetings of Foreign ministers, Jan - Feb. 1954] Berlin--Restricted Sessions Transcripts Berlin--Austrian Negotiations Berlin--Directories & Misc. (1)(2) Berlin--Dulles Post-conference report to nation Berlin--Plenary session transcripts (1) 28 Berlin--Plenary Session Transcripts (2)(3)(4)(5) Bernhard, H.R.H. Prince (1)(2) [inc. Bernhard report on European-American relations; Coleman Committee report on American attitudes toward Europe; corres with John Coleman; background of Bilderberg Conferences] Bernstein, David Biddle, Anthony J. Drexel & Mrs. [inc. ltr. by CDJ re NCFE Psychwar activities] Biddle, Eric H. 29 Bilderberg- 1964 [unofficial meetings of leading citizens in govt. and industry in U.S., Europe, & Canada for discussions of international problems] Bilderberg- 1962-63 " 1958-9-60-61 (1)(2) " 1957 " Group 30 Bishop, Amb. Max [U.S. Ambassador to Thialand] Bogdan, Norbert [discussion of China in 1946; defense plan for South America, 1940] Bohemian Grove Bolander, Tage [re Time-Life InterNat'l activities] Books Dept. Boston Symp. Orch. 1964 Boston Symphony 1962-63 Boston Symphony 1959-60-61 Boston Symphony 1957-8 Boston Symphony 1953-4-1955-56 Boston Symphony 1952-54 Boston Symphony 1951 Brant, Joseph E. Breck, Henry Brookings Institution-Admin.-Changeover [study of presidential transition] Browder, Edw. Brown, Earl 31 Brown, John Mason Brown, Irving [Congress of Journalists in Exile, Berlin, 1952] Brown, Lt. Col. Robert Brownell, Herbert Bruckberger, R.L. 1961-62-63-64 [inc. observations on DeGaulle, Kennedy, French politics] Bruckberger, R.L. 1958-9-60 Bruckberger, Rev. R.L. 1955-6-7 Bruckberger to '54 Bruner, Jerome Bryson, Lyman Bufalini, Alberto Burnett, Leo [re advertising; Republican image] Burt, Hardy Byrd, Richard [re Council for Democracy] Ca-Ce-Misc. Cf-Cl-Misc. 32 Cm-Co-Misc. Cp-CZ-Misc. [inc. discussion of Israel] Canfield, Cass Jr. Carnegie Corporation Carroll, Pete [Trieste, OCB, NSC, Psychological aspects of foreign policy] Carter, Edw. E. Catholic Church Centre de Relations Internationales Century Club Chace, William Chadsey, Carl [re Anti-Communist Russian emigree activities] Chavchavadze, David Chiang Kai-Shek-Mme Chiang [re Chiang's book Soviet Russian in China] China-America Council Churchill, Winston C.I.A. Citizen's Committee for the Public Schools Citizens for Victory [successor to Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies; concerns homefront activities during WWII] 33 Citizens Union Civil Defense [re status of civil defense preparations at Time Inc.] Cleveland Forum [Forum on World Affairs sponsored by Time Inc. for Jan 1947] Coatesville Conf. Codes Cohrssen, Hans [re internat'l information] Coleman Committee -see also Bernhard, H.R.H. Prince [Committee for a Nat'l Trade Policy] Colonial Club Colony Manufacturing Co. Columbia Broadcasting Co. Committee for a Free Asia Committee for a Jewish Army Communications Committee [Time Inc. material] Comte, Gilbert Cone, Fairfax Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion Comm. on Foreign Trade ed. [re contributions; Campaign for Org. for Trade Cooperation; problems of Coleman Committee] Corbett, Leonora [re organization to est. bi-nat'l state in Israel] Council for Democracy Files Council for Democracy- "America's Free Schools" " " " Angell, E. '45 " " " Board of Directors meeting 3/18/42 34 Council For Democracy- Broadcasts " " " Bryson, Lyman " " " Clippings " " " "Defense on Main Street" " " " Executive Committee '45 [40-42] " " " "A Fighting Faith" " " " Financing Defense " " " Friedrich " " " Fund raising 35 " " " Future Plans " " " Pamphlets-Misc. (1)(2) " " " Speeches " " " Misc. 36 Council For Democracy- Scrapbook 37 Council For Democracy- Voorhis Act " " " - Watt, Robert Council on Foreign Relations Council For Int'l Progress in Management, Inc. (C.I.P.M.) Cross & Co.-See Webb & Knapp Crossman, R.H.S. [corres. re British-U.S. relations; British politics; cold war, etc. late '40s and early '50s] Cruikshank, Robin [corres re British politics in late '40s] General Robert Cutler Da- Misc. [Inc. corres bet. Jackson and John Davenport re U.S. foreign policy and economic policy] De-Dn-Misc [inc. memorandum by Arthur Dean on U.N. Law of the Sea Conf. 1958] Do-Dz-Misc. Daily Worker [attacks on CDJ] David, Jean Paul [French anti-Communist posters] d, de, del, -A-L de la 38 d, de, del, de la- M-Z De Benouville, Gen. Pierre De Fels, Marthe [re creation of French edition of Time] De Gualle, Chas. [U.S. relations with De Gaulle inc. WWII background] DeJanikus, Dimitri Dennon, Leon De Saxce, Francois Cte. & Ctesse Robert De Vogue Dept. of Commerce- Committee on Latin America Dept. of State Se also: For. Service League De Pury, Edward [Inc. corres. re politics & diplomacy in 1949] der Spiegel Dickinson College Dillon, C. Douglas [inc. letter on European sixes and sevens] Dimick, John [re preservation of Egyptian monuments threatened by Aswan Dam] Disarmament [inc. reports & outlines of disarmament policy] Divina, Vallav & Family Dixon, George F. Dodd-Parker, Douglas [member of British Parliament] Dodge, Jos. M [Dixon-Yates, foreign economic policy] 39 Dohrn, Klaus (1)(2)(3)(4) [reports by Time-Life International reporter on European politics, especially Germany] Dolan, Patrick [re Nigerian politics] Doorly, John W. Doris Duke Foundation - 1953-4-5-6-7 Dougherty, Wm. [inc. observations of former Foreign Services officer on life in Russia] Douglas-Hamilton, Natalie Drogheda, Earl of (Garrett Moore) Duchacek, Ivo 40 Dulles, Allen [corres. re psyc. warfare; liberation; Hungarian Revolt & aftermath & Pro-Deo] Dulles, John Foster [Berlin Conf.-1954; Hungarian credentials; Africa; Middle East; World Economic Policy; question of passports to China; Korea] "Dunkirk" & Related Projects 1947 (1)(2) [re private aid to Europe from U.S. cities] Dupuy, Jean E-Misc. [corres. re Korean War; British policy toward India in WWII] Edman, George 41 Eisenhower, Pres. Dwight D.--Speeches & Messages (1)(2) Eisenhower, Dwight D.-Corres thru 1956 [Hungary; Middle East; World Econ. Policy; Germany; 1952 Campaign] (1)(2) Eisenhower, Pres. Corresp. 1957-8-1959 [Hungarian credentials; psy. warfare; DeGaulle Khrushchev visit to U.S.] (1)(2)(3) Eisenhower, Pres. Corresp. 1960-61 [mutual security; Khrushchev; misc. personal corres.] (1)(2) 42 Eisenhower, Pres. Corresp. 1960,61-62-63 [corres. re People-to-People; personal corres.] Eisenhower, Pres. D.D. -Corresp. 1964 to end. [re 1964 campaign; CDJ's illness] Elser, Max Emmet, Christopher English Speaking Union Epstein, Julius Ewing, Rev. J. Franklin (Fordham) Fa-Fra-Misc. [inc. reports on Cuba, Guatemala, Eastern Europe] Fre-Fz-Misc. Fabian, Dr. Bella [member exec. comm. of Hungarian Nat'l Council] Fairlee, Joe (Gerard) Far East-America Council [inc. memorandum discussing aspects of European Recovery Act and Truman Doctrine] Fehr, Joe Fellowship of U.S. British Comrades First Aid for Hungary Fistere, John [Fortune reporter; corres re Arab refugees from Palestine] 43 Foreign Service Educational Foundation [inc. Foundation prepared memoranda on U.S. policy toward Latin America, 1946-49] Foreign Service League Fox, Matthew France and EDC Free Cuba Committee Free Europe Comm. 1964 " " Committee 1963 FEC Budget, etc  Free Europe 1962 Free Europe 1961 (1) 44 Free Europe 1961 (2) Free Europe 1960 Free Europe Comm. 1959 Free Europe Committee 1958 Free Europe Committee 1957 Free Europe Committee thru 1956- Corresp.-Basic (1) [inc. report on Hungarian Revolt, 1956] 45 Free Europe Committee Correspondence thru 1956 Basic (2) Free Europe Committee - See Also Nat'l Com. For A Free Europe - Radio Free Europe Munich Thumbnails- Free Europe Comm 1951 Free Europe University in Exile- Scholarship Gift Freedom Academy - see Orlando Group Also Nat'l Academy of Foreign Affairs Freedom House [organization to promote domestic support of war effort during WWII] French Hospital French Institute French, Paul Conly Friedrich, Carl J. [corres. re Palestine, occupation of Germany] Friends of Democracy [information re extremist organizations] Fry, Dr. Charles Ga- Gi Misc. 46 Gaede, Hannah Gault, Brig. Sir James F. Gj-Gz-Misc. [inc. Council for Democracy material] Geffroy, Robert Goldberg, Arthur J. Goodfriend, Arthur [Time-Life activities; books on Russia and China] Goodfriend, Arthur '42-'43 [re development of combat moral program thru graphic portfolio method of instruction] Goodpaster, Andrew [re Corregidor-Bataan Memorial] Gowan, William Graebner, Walter [Time-Life activities; article on Prince Bernhard; British politics] 47 Great Island Conference [re establishment of private organization to work for peace] Great White Fleet (Project Hope) 1964 [Project Hope involved conducting medical education programs abroad thru use of hospital ship S.S. Hope, part of People-to-People Program] Great White Fleet 1962-3 (Incl. Project Hope) Great White Fleet (Project Hope) [1959-61] Grew, Joseph C. Griffith, W.E. [Corres. re RFE] Gruenther, Gen. Alfred M. [inc. CDJ letter re cancellation of DDE's trip to Japan, 1960] Hop-Hz-Misc He-Hoo-Misc. [inc. corres bet. Townsend Hoopes and CDJ re US-USSR military strategy] 48 Ha-Misc [inc. impressions of dinner for Averell Harriman, March, 1946] Habe-Hans Hackett, Helen [re Internat'l arts program] Hadley, Arthur [re proposed tactical propaganda company for army & army groups] Hagerty, Jas. C Hale & Dorr Halpern, Nathan Halsey, E.P. [advice on investments in stock during 1930s] Hamblet, Philip Harrison, Wallace K. Hauge, Gabriel [re porposed Canadian tax on U.S. magazines; foreign trade policy; political warfare] Hausenstein, Renee- Marie [inc. manuscript "The Character of Adenauer"] Have, Malcom D. [corres re race problem and Southern politics] Heinz, H.J. U.S.S. Helena Hendel, Charles W. Herling, John 49 Herter, Chris (Sr.-Jr.) [re projection of U.S. image; Soviet propaganda re U.S. in Korea] Hertzberg, Sidney [re proposed Time inc. U.N. bureau] Hill, Ambassador Robt. [criticism of Time reporting of events in San Salvador] Hobbing, Enno Hoffman, Paul [material on foreign aid, trade, and memorandum on subversion and McCarthy] Hollander, Richard [corresp. re U.S. politics, 1940s; Hollander's critique of U.S. occup. of Germany] Holmes, Ann C. Holmes, Amb. Julius Holtzmann, Fanny E. Hoover, Herbert, Jr. [corres re CDJ's proposed World Economic Policy] Hornbeck, Stanley [inc. manuscript of article "Learning the Hard Way in the Far East"] Horodecki, Z. Hughes, Emmet J. [corres. discussing politics and general foreign policy] Hughes, John C. [corres. re Free Europe Comm.] 49 Humphrey, George M. [CDJ urging Humphrey to support World (cont.) Econ. Policy] Hungary Hungarian Olympic Team Hungarian Play- See "Shadow of Heroes" Huot, Louis [inc. OSS booklet, "Partisan Supply Operation" re Yugoslavia] Hyla Process Hynes, Joseph Ilma, Viola Imer, Oscar Independent Aid-Oct. 1951 see Doris Duke Independent Aid-- Peter Sager Material 50 Independent Aid 1951 Independent Aid 1950 I-Misc. Institute for Democratic Leadership-Plans [re Council for Democracy] Institute of Pacific Relations [re Alfred Kohlberg's charges of being pro-communist] Institute of Pacific Relations-Report Int.'l Exec. Svce Corps- Corresp. -Misc. [Private organization for providing aid, instruction in managerial techniques to developing countries] Int'l Exec. Svce Corps- Organization (1) 51 Int'l Exec. Svce Corps- Organization (2)(3) Int'l Exec. Svce Corps- Candidates, Assistance, etc International Federation of the Periodical Press International Hudson Corp Int'l Rescue Committee International sports [re U.S. political competition with Soviet Union] Israel Italian Businessmen Italian Project J- Misc. [inc. CDJ's critique of selection of personnel for U.S. delegations to U.N.] Jackson, Charles W. 52 Jackson Committee [re internat'l information activities and cold war strategy] Jackson, Wm.H. [corres re Hungary; OCB; cold war] Jacob, Betty (Mrs. Philip) Jalet, Marius (Jack) Japan International Christian University Jessup, John K. (Originals In Time Inc. Archives) [suggestions for editorials re Cuba; communism; foreign aid politics; US-USSR relations; UN and Colonialism.] John Paul Jones [re film "John Paul Jones" inc. corres from Admiral Chester Nimitz con. script.] Jones, George Ka-Ki-Misc. [inc. corres from J.M. Kaplan re Communism; corres re Anglo-Iranian dispute, '51; Sen. J.F. Kennedy speech re Poland, 1957; Charles Kersten on communism] Kl-Kz-Misc. [corres. re Berlin; Bruno Kreisky] 53 Kaufman, Frank Kersten, Charles Kirkpatrick, Lyman Korowicz, Marek [Polish defector, 1953] Kyes, Roger [discussion of int'l business agency as force of stabilization] La-Misc. [re Radio Free Europe report on jamming of BBC broadcasts; Arthur Larson's "A Republican Looks at His Party."] Le-Misc. Lf-Lz Misc. [corres re Middle East] Labin, Suzanne Latin America Laubach, Dr. Frank C. Lazareff, Pierre Lazo, Mario Lenox Library [1956-64] " " 1950 [to 1956] " " 1949 54 Lenox Library Mostly 1947-48; some 1957 Lerner, Daniel [inc. CDJ discussion of psychwar during WWII] Leslie, S.C. [corres re trade with British and other economic matters] Levine, Isaac Don Lewis, Charles S. [Founder of RIAS] Life-"Package" [letter re Life advertising] Lincoln Center- 1964 Lincoln Center- 1963-Misc. Linc. Center 1963-Corresp. Lincoln Center 1961-1962-Corresp. Lincoln Center 1961-1962 Misc. Linc. Ctr.- 1960 Misc. Lincoln Center 1960 Corresp. " " 1959 " " 1958 55 Lincoln Center 1957 Lincoln Center- Day-Zimmerman Report 1956 (1)(2) [re feasibility of creating performing arts center in New York City] Lincon Sq. Comm. Council 1964 - Corres. etc Lincon Sq. Community Council 1962-1963 Corresp. etc Lincon Sq. Community Council 1960-61 Corresp. etc. Lincoln Sq. Com. Council Board of Dir. Basic & Misc. 56 L.S.C.C.-Bd. of Directors Meetings Minutes Lindsley, Fanshawe (1960) Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr. [re U.N. and Hungary] Lodigensky, Alexis A. [re Russian political committee in N.Y.] Log- 1953- (Begin 1952 item) (1)(2) Log- 1954 [inc. corresp. with Henry Luce and other re foreign affairs] Log- 1955 [corres.-H. Luce, N. Rockefeller, George Humphrey] Log- 1956 [corres with H. Luce, DDE, William Jackson] 57 Log- 1957 [inc. Senate Subcommittee on For. Relations hearings; corr. with H. Luce, Clarence Randall, etc.] Log- 1958 [corres with DDE, J.F. Dulles, and others] Log- 1959 [corres with DDE, Allen Dulles, J.F. Dulles, Sherman Adams] Log- 1960 [inc. corres with DDE & Walt Rostow] Log- 1961 [corres. with Walt Rostow] Log- 1962-63-1964 Lowen, Walter A. Lowry, Dr. Chas. Luce, Clare Luce, H.R. 1943-1948 [inc. corres. on DeGaulle & WWII; memoranda on China, USSR, politics, foreign policy] Luce, H.R. 1949-50 [inc. memoranda on domestic- foreign policy] Luce, H.R. '51-52 Luce, H.R.-Clare-1953-54 [inc. discussion of IndoChina; memorandum on trade liberalization] 58 Luce, H.R. 1955 (1)(2) Luce, H.R. & Clare 1956 (1)(2) Luce, H.R. 1957 Luce, Henry R. 1958 " " 1959-1960 " " 1961-62 " " 1963-64 59 Ma-(Misc.) Mc (Misc.) Me-Mz-Misc. [inc. politics, 1952; 1964] Macapagal, Pres. Diosdado MacArthur, Gen. Douglas [re publishing of memoirs] MacMillan, Harold Malagodi, Giovanni Manhattan School of Music Marshall, Edison Martin, David [memorandum on Alger Hiss] Masson, Jean Mathewson, Richard Mayer, Gerald Mayer, Herbert 60 McArdle, Kenneth McChrystal, Arthur J. [corres re Austria during occupation] McCloy, John J. McClure, Robert A. Brig. Gen. [U.S. Milit. Mission to Iran; Korean War propaganda leaflets; psychological warfare; information control in occupied Germany] McKinney, Robert [re atomic energy] Merlin [draft of DDE speech at 10th anniv. of signing of U.N. Charter] Metropolitan Opera Association-New House Committee- Audience Surveys Metropolitan Opera- 1964 (see also Lincon ctr) " " 1962-63 " " 1960-61 desegregation prob Met. Opera-Misc. -1957-58-59 Met. Opera-New Hse.-Music Center-1955-1956 Met. Opera-Misc. 1954-1955-56 Met. New House-Rockefeller 61 Metropolitan Opera Association-New House Committee- Background 1949 Metropolitan Opera- Columbus Circle Funds Met. New Hse-Lincoln Ctr. 1957 see "Lincoln Center" Metropolitan Opera Association-New House Committee- Corres. 1950 Met. Opera-Misc. 1953 Metropolitan Opera-Misc. 1952 " " 1951 " " 1949-50 " " -Architects and Architecture " " Association-Misc. " " Development Committee Confidential Reports & Studies Concerning the Opera House Problem Metropolitan Opera Association-New House Committee- Transportation 62 Metropolitan Opera Association- Joint Committee (New House & Rehabilitation) Corres. 1950 Metropolitan Opera Association- New House Committee Corres. 1949 Met. J.S. White Reports- 1952 (Alterations to Present House) Metropolitan Opera Association- Joint Committee (New House & Rehabilitation)--Reports Metropolitan Opera Association- Rehabilitation Committee Metropolitan Opera Association- New House Committee Reports Metropolitan Opera Association- New House Committee Sites-Misc. Metropolitan Opera- Sites- Columbus Circle- Rockefeller Metropolitan Opera Association- New House Committee- Sites-Central Park South Metropolitan Opera--Sites- Metropolitan Opera-Sites- Columbus Circle-Moses Metropolitan Opera- Columbus Circle Site-Elliman 63 Metropolitan Opera- Columbus Circle Site " " - Site- Columbus Circle-Anta " " -Sites- Columbus Circle-Elliman Metropolitan Opera-Sites-Columbus Circle-Misc. " " New House Committee- Sites- Washington Square Mexican Trip- '40 Meyer, Cord, Jr. Middle East Crisis- Pres. Speech to U.N. 8/13/58 Drafts (1)(2) Middle East Crisis- Working Papers, Results, etc. (1)(2) 64 Milliken, Max [corres. re World Economic Policy] Millis, Walter M.I.T. Misc.-Visit Com. Minary, John Moore, (Mrs. Leon) Sonia Moral Rearmament Moreau, Mrs. Pierre Morgan, Lt. Gen. Sir Frederick Morlion- See Pro-Deo Morris, Newbold Moses, Robert Commissioner Multilateral Force (MLF) Murphy, George N-(Misc.) [inc. Ferenc Nagy observations on Hungarian uprising, India, and Bandung Conf; C.D. Jackson ltr. to Gerald Noonan re Hungary, Quemoy, and 1960 camp.] Nabokov, Nicolas Nat'l Academy of Foreign Affairs 65 N.A.T.O. 59-61 N.A.T.O. to 1958 NCFE (Nat'l Committee for a Free Europe) "Black Book" NCFE Operation Marshmallow NCFE Policy Handbook-RFE NCFE-RFE-German Problem National Planning Association New Leader Newsome, Noel 66 Newton, Ray Nichols, William I. Vice President Nixon [inc. letter to Nixon re McCarthy] O- Misc. [CDJ memo on Psy. warfare] O.I.C. [foreign information service of Dept. of State] Oldano, Paolo "Operation Alert 1957" Literature for members of the Executive Reserve Operation Democracy, Inc. [U.S.-European town-to-town aid affiliations] Openheimer, J. Robt. Orlando Group [re National Academy of Foreign Affairs] Orlando Comm. (Lincoln-Petkov) "Otter" [re world economic policy] 67 Pa-Misc. [inc. press release of Morehead Patterson statement on U.N. Committee on Disarmament] Pe-Pi (Misc.) Pl-Pz (Misc.) Paepcke Project-Aspen Page, Arthur W. [RFE-NCFE activities] Paine, Natalie- 56 etc. See Douglas-Hamilton, Natalie Paley, William S. Panguian, H. [corres. re Greece and France in 1947] Parsons College [material re Council for Democracy] Payne, F'k.B [corres. re politics, OEEC] Payne, Frederick '40 Pearson, Drew [inc. comments re John F. Dulles] Pennink, Karel B. [corres. re Indonesia] People-to-People Permanent Exhibitions for International Trade Persons, Jerry [corres. re world economic policy] Pickett, Clarence E. Pictures- Misc. Pictures for Publicity 68 Jackson, C.D. Pictures Pictures (Early) CDJ Pictures- Free Europe Pictures- South American Trip April, 1939 Pine, Diana Polish Medical Projects see also Richardson Poll- Russia Poor, Alfred Port, Tyler [discussions of army psych. warfare preparations] Possony, Stefan Powell, R.W. [corres. re King Farouk and Egypt] Pres's Comm on Information Activities Abroad: See Sprague Committee Princeton, U. Misc. [1960-64 alumni material] " -Advisory Council Misc. Princeton Eco. Conf. 5/54 Memo to Sec. State Princeton Conf.-Follow Up Princeton Eco. Conf. 5/54- Draft papers Princeton Eco. Conf. 5/54 Misc. correspondence etc Princeton Eco. Conf. 5/54 Transcript 69 Princeton Meeting, May 10-11, 1952 Princeton Meeting, Digest Only, May, 1952 Princeton University Misc. [1936-1957] Pro Deo- 1964 [American Council for International Promotion of Democracy under God, Inc.] Pro Deo- 1963 (1)(2)(3) 70 Pro Deo- 1962 (1)(2)(3) " 1961 (1)(2) " 1960 71 " 1959 " 1958 Pro Deo- 1957 (1)(2) Pro Deo to 12/56 (1)(2) "Pro Deo" International University of Social Studies Morlion (Bourne File) to 12/56 Pro Deo 1952 Project Hope See Great White Fleet Pulis, Esther Putnam, Carleton [Putnam's views on Negroes] 72 Quellennec, J. [corres re politics in late 1940s; Fall of France, 1940] Quantico Meetings (1)(2)(3)(4) [Panel Report, "A Concept of U.S. Psychological Strategy"] 73 Quantico Meetings (5)(6)(7)(8) 74 Quantico Meetings (9) Ra-Ri Misc. [inc. material on Radio in American Sector (RIAS) and East German Riots, June 1953] Rj-Rz Misc. Rabb, Stuart Radio Free Cuba Radio Free Europe Radiodiffusion Francaise [inc radio program re Marshall Plan] Radio Luxembourg Randall, Clarence [corres. re World Economic Policy] Reading, Dowager Marchioness of Refugees [Arab; Russian; U.N. Office of High Commissioner for Refugees] 75 Reinkemeyer, Hans-Albert [corres. with German Embassy official in Moscow] Rennie, Jack [corres. re U.S.-Britih trade, 1949] Rerrich, Bela [defected Hungarian olympic athlete] Rieber, Capt. Torkild [inc. observations on occupied Germany, 1945] Rittersporn, B.A. Jr. Rivers, Tom (Int'l. Rec. Assn) Rockefeller, Nelson A. Rodgers, Richard C., M.D. Rommel, Field Marshal Roosevelt, Archie Roosevelt, Theodore-Centennial Rosenbaum, Samuel Rosenberg, James [corres. re Israli-Arabs; China; Council for Democracy] Rosenwald, Lessing Ross, George Taylor Rostow, Walt W. to '56 [inc. Rostow's statements re Cold War] Rostow, Walt W. 57-64 (1)(2) [inc. Rostow's addresses on development of markets in underdeveloped nations; CDJ's ideas on Cuba, USSR, Berlin, and Quemoy; Rostow's speech on guerilla warfare; corres. and speech drafts on Middle East Crisis, 1958, and Cold War policy in general] 76 Rueff, Jacques [French economist] Rusk, Dean Sa-Sc. Misc. Se-Sh Misc. Si-So Misc. Sp-Sz Misc. [inc. Time, Inc. analysis of Kennedy's foreign policy; corres. with Edmund Stevens re Khrushchev] Sandburg, Carl San Francisco Chronicle [some corres. re 1952 campaign; postwar loan to Britain; Council for Democracy; and World War II] 77 Sanger, Margaret Santa Clara Youth Village [financial support for defected Hungarian athletes] Sargeant, Howland [radio broadcasts to USSR] Sarrasac--Soulage, Robert Scheftel, Stuart '43 Scherman, David E. Schneider, Douglas School of Advanced Int'l studies- See Foreign Service Educational Foundation Scott-Bailey, Col. V.E. Scudder, Townsend Seaman, Richard Settel, Arthur "Shadow of Heroes" Hungarian Play Schwarz, Dr. Fred (Anti-Communist rally, Hollywood Bowl) Schwarz-"Basic Sets" (Dups. in Time Inc. Files) Shulman, Marshall D. Sloan, George A. 78 Smith, Blackwell [inc. material re Point IV] Smith, Francis [corres. re army life-1941] Smith, G. E. Kidder Smith, Paul C. see-San Francisco Chronicle Smith, Robert L. Smith, Gen. Walter B. Speeches, Misc. Corresp. comments 1961-64 Speeches, Comments, Misc. 1961 " " " 1960 " " " 1959 " " " 1955-56 " " " 1954 " " Corresp. 1953 Speeches- Declined- 1963-64 " " 1962 " " 1961 " " 1959-60 " " 1955-56 79 Speeches- Declined- 1954-55 " " 1953 " " 1952 Speech Text- 1964 " " 1963 " " 1962 (1)(2) " " 1961 (1)(2) 80 Speech Texts- 1960 " " 1959 (1)(2)(3) " " 1958 81 Speech Texts- 1957 (1)(2) " " 1956 (1)(2) " " 1955 (1)(2) [inc. disc. with O.R. Strackbein on tariff policy] 82 Speech Texts 1954 Speeches- Texts 1953 (1)(2) [atoms for Peace; psy. warfare] Speeches- Texts 1952 (1)(2) [1952 campaign; RFE; psy. warfare] Speeches- Texts 1951 [Radio Free Europe] 83 Speeches-Texts 1950 [re Korea; Indochina; ECA] Speeches- '50-52 Speeches- Texts 1949 Speeches- Texts 1948 Speeches Texts 1947 [Marshall Plan; Time-Life International; world trade] 84 Speeches- Texts 1946 Speech Tests- to 1945 [international affairs; America first literature] Speeches-Texts- 1948, 1949-50 (Duplicates) Speeches- Background Material (1)(2) [European Common Market; France, Germany, etc] 85 Speeches-Background Material (3) Spoffard, Charles Sports Illustrated- Hungarian Olympic Team Defectors Sprague, Mansfield- Sprague Committee [President's Committee on International Information Activities, 1960] Stalin's Death- Speech Text & Comments- Full Evolution State of Union- Jan. 1954 State of Union- Jan. 1953 (Evolution) (1)(2) [inc. corres. with W. W. Rostow re Death of Stalin and Pres. speech] 86 Steinhardt, Laurence A & Family [corres. re Czechoslovakia; James Byrnes] Stillman, Chas. L. [re Dominican Republic, Cuba, NATO] Stokes, Anson [inc. corres. re Truman and Acheson] Strauss, Adm. Lewis L. [re Atoms for Peace] Swing, Raymond G. Symington, C.J. [re mobilization of public support for Marshall Plan] Szilard, Leo Ta-Te Misc. Th-Tz Misc. Taylor, Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Wm. E. Teppama, S. th.J. [corres. re Marshall Plan] Thornley, George [corres. re big business] Thompson, Ed. [discussion of tractors for Cuba] Tibetans- U.S. Advisory Committee for; also the office of Tolstoy Foundation Trager, Frank Toothache [speech of DDE before 15th Gen. Assembly, U.N. 1960; inc. material on peaceful uses of atomic energy; food for peace; tech. assistance for Africa] Truman, Harry S. Turkey- OWI [concerns CDJ's appointment as Deputy director of OWI operations in Mediterranean theater] Turkey-State Department [re problem of supply and transportation for Turkey during WWII] Tyler, Royall [re funds for WWII refugees] 87 Tyler, William R. U- Misc. U.N. Misc. 9th Gen. Assembly 1954 (1)(2) [inc. Internat'l Atomic Energy Agency; colonialism; propaganda; aggression] Underhill Garrett [re German pyschwarfare] Union Settlement [philanthropic organization working in East Harlem] U.N. Czechoslovak Item 9th Gen. Assembly 1954 United Negro College Fund- 1958, 1959-60-61-62-63 [inc. CDJ ltr to Jas. Hagerty re President and integration] 88 United Negro College Fund- 1955-1956-7 " " " Basic, 1954 " " " " 1953 " " " " 1952 [mat. on Communist propaganda & Negroes] " " " Basic -Misc. 1949-50-51 United Service to China U.S.I.S. Surveys U.S.O. U.S. Council- Atlantic Trade U.S. Council- OEEC & "Specter of 1953" U.S. Council 1953 United States Council- Future of ECA, 1951 U.S. Council "Future of ECA 150" " " - Full Employment Committee U.S. Council- Information Advisory Committee " " Future of E.C.A. '49 89 U.S. Council- Organization U.S. Council- Point IV U.S. Council- Misc. -1950-1952 U.S. Council- Int'l Chamber of Commerce, 1947-1949 (1)(2) V-Misc. [inc. observations by Gen. James Van Fleet on trip to Far East, 1956] Van Der Beugel, Ernst [corres. re Bilderberg Conf.] Van Vleck, Joseph Vickers, Merion Villamin, Vincente Viner, Frank Volman, Sacha [material on Cuba, Dominican Republic, Tanganyika] 90 Volunteers for Freedom Volunteer Freedom Corps Voorhees, Tracy Wa-Whi-Misc. [inc. CDJ's comments on French and American intellectuals] Wi-Wz Misc. [inc. press interview with Winston Churchill] Wadsworth, Jas. J. [CDJ's answers to questions on Wallach, Sidney Walker, Sam Wanger, Walter "War By Cease Fire" [documents on Communist truce violations in Korea, Indochina, China] War College- Washington [CDJ's discussion of psych warfare] Warburg, James P. Warden, George Washburn, Abbott [Freedom Bell in Berlin; U.S. Moscow Exhibit; competition between USIS and News services; information paper on U.S. economy] 91 Watt, Robert J. [material pertaining to War Labor Board, 1942] Watson, Adam Weaver, John O. ("Buck") Weiner & Cossage Western World Wheaties- Evolution See Atoms for Peace Whiteley, Major-General J.F.M. Wierdsma, Fred Wiekzbianski, Boleslaw Willauer, Whiting [memorandum on U.S. interest in Caribbean by U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua] Wilson, Harold Wisner, Frank World Economic Policy (W.E.P.) to Dec. 1956 (Forward) World Economic Policy From 12/27/56 (1)(2) [mutual security; development loan fund] World Trade Campaign 92 CDJ Trip 1962 World Trip Reports Mailed (1)(2)(3) Responses to World Trip Reports- 1963 [A-E] 93 Responses to World Trip Reports- 1963 [F-K] " " " " " [L-P] " " " " " [Q-YZ] C.D. Jackson-Quemoy-Taiwan Transcript 94 C.D. Jackson Paris Transcripts Iran Tunisia Italy C.D. Jackson Germany Transcripts " " London Transcripts " " "Wind-Up" Transcript "Scar Tissue" Transcript- DeGaulle, Adenauer, MacMillan 95 XYZ Misc. Youth Festival- Financial Youth Festival- Vienna (1)(2) Daily Calendar- 1955-1956 Daily Calendar- 1957-1958 96 " " 1959-1960 " " 1961-1962 " " 1963-1964 Log- All Trips and Speeches 1937-1964