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Vincent Astor; Aviation Folder; "B" General Correspondence; B. M. Baruch; Earl and Raissa Browder; Bureau of the Budget; Charles C. Burlingham; James F. Byrnes; John Franklin Carter; Coordinator of Information-William J. Donovan; "D" General Correspondence; Joseph E. Davies; Dumbarton Oaks; Morris Ernst; Executive Office of the President-J. F. Byrnes, Lauchlin Currie, Harry Hopkins, Isador Lubin, Capt. John L. McCrea, Samuel I. Rosenman, James Rowe, Jr.; "F" General Correspondence; Federal Communications Commission; Federal Power Commission; Fun; "H" General Correspondence; Henry T. Hackett; Robert E. Hannegan; Harry L. Hopkins; “K” General Correspondence; “L” General Correspondence.

Formerly classified material has been opened in the Map Room Papers. Documents under the following headings of the Message Files are open: Roosevelt-Stalin Messages; Miscellaneous Presidential Messages; Messages to and from Harry Hopkins; Miscellaneous Non-Presidential Messages.

Documents under the following headings of the President's Trip Files are open: Casablanca, 1/9-31/42; Trips between 5/147/25/43; Quebec, 7/31-8/29/43; Trips between 10/7-11/7/43; Cairo, Teheran, 11/ 11-12/17/43; Hobcaw Dispatches (4/9-5/ 6/44); Trips between 5/11-7/5/44, 7/138/16/44, 9/24-11/25/44, 11/28-12/18/44; Crimean Conference, Sec. 2-A Map Room File and Sec. 1-B and 2-B President's Party File.

Documents under the following headings of the Special Files are open: Joint U.S.British Statement on Submarine Warfare; MR 000.2 Currency for France; MR 000.7 Overlord, Public Statements on; MR 011 Civil Affairs for Italy; MR 011 North Africa, French National Committee; MR 011 Civil Affairs for France; MR 052 Polish-Russian Relations; MR 210 Control Commissions; MR 210 Moscow Conference;

MR 300 Spain, Portugal, Azores; MR 303 Bombing of Rome; MR 310 Anvil; MR 310 Aegean Operation (Accolade) ; MR 310 Russian Participation in the War Against Japan; MR 340 Sending Officers to Moscow to Discuss Future Operations; MR 370 Surrender of Italy; MR 370 Bulgaria, Peace Feelers; MR 371 Germany, Occupied Countries-Zones of Occupation; MR 450 Transfer of Italian Ships to the Soviet Union; MR 450 Disposition of French Ships at Alexandria; MR 530 Air Operations Against Japan; MR 530 U.S.-USSR-Italy, Shuttle Bombing Operations.

Documents under the following headings of the Military Files are open: Series 1: #4 Guam; #5 China; #8 Convoys, Troop Movements; #9 Indo-China; #11 New Zealand; #12 Continental U.S. Ports; #13 Alaska; #14 Africa; #15 South America; #16 Central America and West Indies; #17 Europe; #18 Iceland, Newfoundland; #21 International Relations; #24 U.S. Losses (Merchant Vessels); #27 Allied Losses (Combatant Ships); #28 Allied Losses (Merchant Vessels); #30 Enemy Losses (Aircraft); #31 Enemy Losses (Combatant Ships); #32 Enemy Losses (Merchant Vessels); #33 Enemy Losses (Personnel); #34 Operation Orders; #38 Singapore, Malaya; #41 Situation Reports; #44 Battle of Atlantic; #45 Enemy Naval Activity; #50 Anzac Area; #52 Allied Fleet Dispositions. Series 2: #1 and #2 North America; #3 Central America, West Indies; #4 South America; #5 Iceland; #6 Europe; #7 British Isles; #8 Mediterranean; #9 Africa; #10 Indian Ocean; #14 East Indies (to 140 Degrees East); #15 Australia; #16 New Zealand; #18 South Pacific; #21 Japan; #22 Command Changes; #23 Operation Orders; #24 International Relations; #25 Allied Fleet Locations; #26 Enemy Surface Locations and Activities; #27 and #27a, b, c Nazi Sub Activities; #28 Jap Sub Activity; #29 Naval Conflict (Including Sea-Air); #30a Attacks on Subs (Positive Sinkings); #30b Probable Sub Sinkings; #30c Uncertain Results of Sub Sinkings; #31 U.S. Sinkings (Merchant Transports); #32 U.S. Combat Ship Losses; #33 U.S. Ships Attacked; #34 U.S. Casualties (Personnel) ; #35 Allied Sinkings (Merchant Transports); #36 Allied Combatant Ship Losses; #37 Allied Ships Attacked; #38 Allied Casualties; #39 Enemy Sinkings (Merchant and Transport); #40 Enemy Combatant Ship Losses; #41 Enemy Ships Attacked; #43 Enemy Ships Damaged; #44 Atlantic Convoy Information; #45 Pacific Convoy Information; #46 Miscellaneous; #50 Sailings, Arrivals in Port.

Army Dispatches: MR 000.2 Educational Institutions, Education (Civil); MR 000.5 Crimes, Offenses, Criminals, Penal Institutions; MR 000.71 Propaganda; MR 204 (8) Sec. 1-A Tables of Japanese Losses; MR 204 (8) Sec. 2-A Table M-V, World Wide Merchant Tonnage Losses; MR 204 (8) Sec. 3-A The United States Fleet; MR 210 (1) Commissions, Conferences, Councils, Boards, Missions; MR 210 (2) Allied Control Commission for Rumania and Bulgaria; MR 220 Sec. 1 Organization of the Army; MR 300 China-Burma-India; MR 300 the Balkans; MR 810 Torch.

Documents under the following headings of the Naval Aide's Files are open: Air Base, Clipperton Island; Air Routes; Axis War Potential; Bolero; Building Programs, Cairo Conference; Casablanca Conference; First Quebec Conference; France and Free French; General Correspondence; Germany and German Occupied Countries; Habbakuks; India-Burma; Intelligence Matters; International Agreements; Italy and Sicily; Japan and Japanese Islands; Logistics, General; London War Council; Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean; Overlord Operation; Pacific Area; Pacific War Council; Philippine Islands; Press, Propaganda, Press Releases, Press Correspondents, etc.; Protection of Convoys; Reports; Russia; South America and South Atlantic; Southwest Pacific; Torch.

Material under the following headings of the Official File has been opened: OF 200BBB Reedsville, West Virginia, 1938; OF 300 Democratic National Committee-Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virgin Islands, Washington, Wisconsin, Appointments-Agriculture; OF 300c Campaign Contributions, Subscription List, State Finance Chairmen, High-Salaried Persons, Deluxe Invitations to Be Sent; OF 400 State File (Federal Appointments)-Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, West Virginia Wisconsin, Wyoming; OF 463c Poland-World War II-Volunteers, War Executive Files; OF 466b-Misc. Public Works Administration; OF 466c Division of Subsistence Homesteads; OF 466e National Recovery Review Board; OF 466f Advisory Committee on Allotments; OF 494 Pensions; OF 499 International Labor Conference; OF 500 U.S. Comptroller General; OF 503 Rural Life; OF 510 Rubber Industry; OF 511 Hospitals, Medical Practice; OF 514 Emergency Officers; OF 526 Government Contracts, Brewster Aeronautical Corp.; OF 536 Czechoslovakia; OF 550 Lists-General, Rudolph Forster, Maurice Latta; OF 561 U.S.S. Cuyahoga; OF 567 Pan American Conference; OF 568 Dairy Industry; OF 570 The Executive Council; OF 593 Andrew Jackson; OF 633 Public Domain; OF 635 Rivers and Harbors, Florida Ship Canal; OF 638 International Radio Telegraph Co.; OF 643 Reconstruction Finance Corporation; OF 644 Federal Home Loan Bank Board; OF 644b Home Owners' Loan Corporation; OF 648 Central Statistical Planning Board; OF 654 Metric System; OF 633 Standard Oil; OF 676 Allowances to Officers (Army and Navy); OF 684 Drug Industry; OF 697 Fraternal Order of Eagles; OF 706 Credit; OF 716 National Labor Relations Board, Special Board Folder; OF 720 Olympic Games; OF 723 Roerich Peace Pact; OF 725 Bridges; OF 727a Social Welfare; OF 736 Commodity Credit Corporation; OF 761 Liquor; OF 788 National Emergency Council; OF 792 Interdepartmental Radio Advisory Committee; OF 800 Electricity (Public Utilities) ; OF 808 Patents; OF 810 Pooling; OF 813 National Defense Advisory Commission; OF 838 Physically Handicapped Persons; OF 856 Republican Party; OF 857 Straw Votes, Gallup Poll; OF 859 Telegraph, Radio and Cable Companies; OF 863 California Debris Commission; OF 876 Coins; OF 880 Liberty Magazine; OF 892 Foodstuffs; OF 911 Lobbies; OF 916 Libraries; OF 917 Museums; OF 921 Botanical Gardens; OF 928 National Parks and Monuments; OF 954 Art and Artists; OF 961 Legion of Honor; OF 962 Government Revenue Bills; OF 971 Export-Import Bank of Washington; OF 989 Jens, Murray and Company; OF 994 Missing or Lost Persons; OF 996 Junior Order of American Mechanics; OF 1030 U.S. Patriotic Society; OF 1042 Junior Patriots of the Republic; OF 1050 Aluminum Production; OF 1051 General Casimir Pulaski; OF 1059 Federal Communications Commission; OF 1060 Securities and Exchange Commission, Empire Ordnance Corporation; OF 1091 Federal Housing Administration; OF 1092 National Resources Planning Board; OF 1095 Miscellaneous and 1095a Railroad Retirement Board; OF 1095b Railroad Investigating Committee; OF 1108 Prison Industries; OF 1111 and 1llla U.S. Territorial Memorial Commission; OF 1114 Utopian Society; OF 1124 Darwin Memorial Expedition; OF 1187 Guards of Washington; OF 1200 Industrial Control Reports; OF 1276 Price, Barton, Coffman and Beville (Texas Alcohol Tax Unit); OF 1278 National Whirligig; OF 1301 Chamberlain Hotel Corporation; OF 1314 Radio Corporation of America; OF

1328 American Institute for Economic Research; OF 1336 Americans, Inc.; OF 1354 Committee for Economic Recovery; OF 1370 Second Term; OF 1398 Commerce Commission (Proposed); OF 1400 Father's Day; OF 1413 Selective Service Legislation; OF 1413c Civilian Advisory Committee on Selective Service; OF 1414 Land Matters; OF 1435 Emergency Relief Appropriations Act of 1935; OF 1435a Protests re: Appointment of R. E. Wood and Donald Nelson; OF 1440 National Legal Emblem; OF 1501 World Power Conference; OF 2374 Indian Association of America, Inc.; OF 3583 Board of Investigation and ResearchTransportation; OF 3700 Federal Security Agency; OF 4000 Dollar-A-Year Men-Applications; OF 4351 Postwar Problems; OF 4408 War Bonds and Stamps; OF 4559 Office of Lend Lease Administration; OF 4675 World War II-Crimean Conference; OF 4725c United Nations-Interim Commission of Food and Agriculture; OF 4725g United Nations-San Francisco Conference; OF 4735 War Production Board; OF 4857 Inter-American Defense Board; OF 5528 Executive Committee on Economic Foreign Policy; OF 5666 Save the Redwoods League.

In addition, material, in some cases only one document, has been opened in approximately 575 OF name files. Most, but not all, of these files relate to private persons. An alphabetized list is available without charge from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, NY 12538.

Formerly classified documents have been opened in the following files: U.S. Group Control Council-Germany in the Charles Fahy papers; Reparations File of the Isador Lubin papers; President's Personal File PPF 557 Henry T. Hackett; documents originated by the War Production Board in the Morgenthau Diaries; Weston Howland and Whitney H. Shepardson Files of the Henry Wallace papers; documents originated by the War and Navy Departments and the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the records of the War Refugee Board; documents in the Eleanor Roosevelt papers in File 100 Personal Letters, 1933-45, and General Correspondence, 1945-48; and documents in the Harry Hopkins papers in the files as special assistant to the president and the Sherwood Collection. A list of the individual files in which material has been opened is available from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, NY 12538.

Clerk. The portion received by the Eisenhower Library is 1.5 linear feet and covers the years 1945 to 1962, although the bulk of the material originated during the period 1953 to 1960. The file was used as a working file by William Hopkins, White House executive clerk, and includes letters, memorandums, route slips, reports, and speech drafts. This accession is an addition to and a partial duplication of two previous accessions that consist of microfilm copies of portions of the Permanent File and its index.

Harry S. Truman Library

The Harry S. Truman Library has received from the White House the Permanent File for the Truman administration. The file, which dates from 1945 to 1953, consists of three feet of correspondence, memorandums, notes, and other materials retained in the White House at the end of the administration for reference purposes. File headings include: Awards; Deaths and Funerals; Gifts to the Government; Powers of the President; Seal of the United States; Visits of Foreign Dignitaries; and White House Matters.

Recent additions to the library's oral history collection include interviews with E. W. Kenworthy, Robert L. Riggs, and David E. Bell.

The library has also received two linear feet of records of the U.S. Army, First Army Headquarters, 1943-55, which consist of First Army histories and related research material that are duplicate copies of records presently deposited in Record Group 338 at the National Archives Building. They are arranged in three series: World War II records, 1943-45; histories of the First Army, 1945-49; and command reports, 1950-55. Records in the third series are fragmentary for 1950-52, comprising volumes 1 and 3 for 1950, volume 1 (incomplete) of a twelvevolume work for 1951, and volume 1 (incomplete) of a ten-volume project for 1952.

All three series consist essentially of reports of operations and associated data. The first series is made up mainly of materials labeled “Back-Up Data for Published History First United States Army Reports of Operations (World War II)." Included under this heading are drafts of after-action reports covering the period from October 20, 1943, to August 1, 1944, drafts of operations reports for August 1944 through March 1945, near-prints of after-action reports for the periods August-September and November December 1944, station lists for July 1944 to March 1945, and miscellaneous material pertaining to the years 1944-46. Series 1 also contains a summary of air operations for December 1944 and printed situation maps for November 1944 and March 1945. The second series consists of

The library staff has again reviewed portions of Truman's senatorial files, and approximately thirty thousand pages of previously closed materials are now available for research.

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

The Dwight D. Eisenhower Library has received a segment of the Permanent File of the Office of the White House Executive

copies of histories of the First Army prepared by the First Army's Historical Section. They report the mission and activities of G-1 through G-5 with special emphasis on budgetary matters. The third series is made up of materials similar to those in the second series.

of papers of Brooks Hays, congressman from Arkansas, assistant secretary of state for congressional relations, and special assistant to the president. This material includes general correspondence, 1934-59, Commission on Intergovernmental Relations files, 1953-55, foreign affairs files, 195158, legislation files, 1943-58, Southern Baptist Convention files, 1944-59, speech files, 1928-61, political files, 1943-59, and alphabetical name and subject files of personal and official correspondence, 1961-66.

Files of the United States Information Service pertaining to the eleven-nation goodwill tour of President Eisenhower, December 3-22, 1959, were also received. Included are schedules pertaining to the dayby-day itinerary of the president and his party in each country visited; information or background sheets concerning countries visited and, in most cases, biographical sketches of each country's political leaders and other top government officials; newspaper clippings and other printed material; and also 7,993 photographic prints and negatives. The collection is 1.2 linear feet in size.

The Kennedy Library has acquired twelve linear feet of papers used by Daniel Knapp in the preparation of his 1970 study Scouting the War on Poverty and the research files, two linear feet, used by Richardson White for his book Youth and Opportunity: The Federal Anti-Delinquency Program, 1968-69. Correspondence, notes, papers, and other materials of Edward G. Toomey, M.D., relating to a series of three annual John F. Kennedy medical symposia, which he chaired and organized, 1968-72, have also been received.

John F. Kennedy Library

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