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reports, and published materials from the period 1919 to 1963. Wiley was an American diplomat whose assignments included counselor of embassy in Moscow, consul general in Vienna, and minister to Latvia and Estonia.

The library received papers of Stephen T. Early, consisting of correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, diaries, press releases, books, and memorabilia from the period 1933 to 1951. Early was one of President Roosevelt's secretaries and later served as special assistant to President Truman and undersecretary of defense.

Military Files: Series 1: 1 Hawaiian Area, 2 Midway, 3 Wake Island, 7 Netherlands East Indies, 9 Indo-China, 10 Australia, 20 Contact Reports at Sea, 22 U.S. Losses (Aircraft), 23 U.S. Losses (Combatant Ships), 28 Allied Losses (Merchant Vessels), 35 Routine Traffic, 36 Japan and Formosa, 39 Army Summaries, 40 Navy Summaries, 46 ABDA Area; Series 2: 8 Mediterranean, 9 Africa, 10 Indian Ocean, 12 China, 19 Hawaiian Area, 20 Alaska and Aleutians, 21 Japan, 24 International Relations; MR 000.8 Photos and Photography; MR 052 Diplomatic and Foreign Relations, 19441945; MR 203 (2) Daily Summary War Department Operational Decisions and Actions Respecting Hostilities with Axis, December 11, 1941, through April 1943 (3 boxes) ; MR 300 Africa-Warfare (Exclusive of North and West Africa and area of Operation "Torch"); MR 310 "Torch” (1) Sec. 1 Army and Navy Planning Messages; MR 310 “Torch" (1) Sec. 2 Army and Navy Miscellaneous "Torch" Messages; MR 380 Post War Planning; MR 523 China (1) Assam-China Air Route, Supplies over the “Hump”; MR 531 Allocation of Planes to China.

Naval Aide's File: A16-3 Warfare-China; Pacific War Council.

Other acquisitions include an addition to the Elbert Thomas papers, selected correspondence of Charles F. Horner, material concerning President Roosevelt's death received from Cyril Clemens, Democratic National Committee scrapbooks, and a hymnal which once belonged to Eleanor Roosevelt.

The Roosevelt Library plans to produce a microfilm publication of its RooseveltChurchill correspondence from 1939 to 1945.

Formerly classified documents from the President's Secretary's File have been opened in the following files:

Safe File: American British Joint Chiefs of Staff; Japan; North Africa; West Africa.

Confidential File: Federal Communications Commission; State Department.

Diplomatic Correspondence: China; Greece-Lincoln MacVeagh; Italy; Yugoslavia.

Subject File: John Franklin Carter.

Material has been opened in the following files in the Harry Hopkins papers:

General Correspondence: Ma.

Secretary of Commerce: Firms of German Nationality or Affiliation Representing American Business Houses in Latin America.

Special Assistant to the President: Ireland; Russia-Food.

Lend Lease Decimal File: 353.4; 400.17; 400.3295; 400.3295 Australia; 400.3295 Canada: 400.3295 China; 400.3295 Great Britain; 400.3295 India; 400.3295 Italy; 400.3295 North Africa; 400.3295 Norway; 400.3295 Sicily; 400.3295 South Africa; 400.3295 Turkey; 400.3295 Reports; 400.3295 U.S.S.R.; 413; 413.44; 420; 423.7; 423.7 U.S.S.R.; 430; 430 U.S.S.R.; 452; 452

Formerly classified material has been opened in the following files of the Map Room Papers:

Messages: Roosevelt-Chiang Kai-shek.
Trip File: Trip of 9/10-10/3/43.

Special Files: MR 052 Polish-Russian Relations; MR 530 Japan-Air Operations Against.

Documents in Correspondence, JanuaryJune 1945, and Correspondence, July-December 1945, in the Anglo-American Caribbean Commission Files of the Charles W. Taussig papers have been opened.

(Allocation); 452 Australia; 452 China; 452 Great Britain; 452 Heavy Bombers; 452 (Production); 452 U.S.S.R.; 463.7 Great Britain; 470; 470.14; 500; 540; 540 Great Britain; 540 U.S.S.R.; 570; 570 U.S.S.R.; 571.4.

Sherwood Collection: Weapons to Win the War; Colonel Donovan's Mission; Takoradi, Patrols, etc.; Hopkins to London; Exchange of Military Information with Great Britain; Russia Attached-Early Political Decisions; Relations with British Dominions; U.S. Support for RAF Activities; U.S. Technical Corps for Great Britain; Harriman-Beaverbrook Mission; Hopkins Returns to London; Relations with the French; Stockpiling; Second Quebec Conference; Hopkins and Eleanor Roosevelt After FDR's Death.

Unclassified and formerly White House and State Department classified materials have been opened in the records of the War Refugee Board.

Unclassified and formerly White House and State Department classified documents in the records of the American War Production Mission to China have been opened.

Documents in Correspondence, OctoberDecember 1932, and Correspondence, November-December 1934, in the Louis Howe papers have been opened.

Material has been opened in the following files of the Official File: OF 300 Democratic National Committee-New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota; OF 300 Democratic National Committee-Farley's Correspondence on Political Trends 1936, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin; OF 300 Democratic National Committee-Charles Michelson; OF 304 Nicholas Roosevelt; OF 305 Mrs. Scott W. Bone; OF 306 Father Charles E. Coughlin; OF 308 Louis F. Holden; OF 309 Annie Mae Wilson; OF 315 Blanche L. Orzechowski; OF 319 Fred K. Nielson; OF 320 Americanization; OF 320 Dies Committee Folder; OF 320 Special Folder; OF 320 Proposed Speaker's Bureau; OF 321 Frederick M, Sackett; OF 322 International Boundary Commission; OF 324 Army Posts and Reservations; OF 327 Price-Fixing; OF 327 Special Folder; OF 328 Harold Pritchard; OF 329 Mrs. Jennie D. Smith; OF 322 International Joint Commission; OF 333 Mrs. Nellie B. Mayer; OF 334 Victor Waite; OF 335 National Defense; OF 335 Support of Defense Program; OF 335 Military Inventions; OF 336 Mrs. Alice E. Baldwin; OF 337 Mrs. E. K. Burnside; OF 338 Paraguay; OF 340 Publicity; OF 341 Matthew R. McIntyre; OF 342 Steel; OF 346 John Alden Gage; OF 347 Mrs. Marie V. Nichols; OF 348 Tobacco; OF 351 Charles M. Seaman; OF 356

Formerly classified material in the Herbert C. Pell papers has been opened in the following files of the War Crimes Commission Papers: Gestapo; State Department Correspondence re War Crimes Commission; A. A. Berle, Jr.; E. R. Stettinius, Jr.; Jewish Matters; FDR; Organization of War Crimes Commission; U.S.S.R.; War Crimes.

Formerly classified material in the file Correspondence with Agents-George T. Bye, 1940-1942, has been opened in the Eleanor Roosevelt papers.

Formerly classified Treasury Department material in the file Tax Program 1943 has been opened in the Samuel I. Rosenman papers.

Business Firms and Manufacturers, CamouAage, Communications, Economist, Education, Engineering, Entertainers, Espionage and Military Intelligence, Financing and Banking, Foreign Language Experts, German-Polish Controversy, Historians, Housing, Industrial Salvage, Labor Organizations, Legal, Liaison, Medical, Munitions, National Guard Units, Navy, Newspaper Publicity, Photography, Post War, Relig. ious Activities, Sinking of American Ships, Textiles, Transportation, Volunteers, Youth Training; OF 466-A National Recovery Administration-Endorsements for NRA and PWA; OF 466-B Public Works Administration; OF 614-A Foreign Trade; OF 2374 Indian Association of America, Inc.; OF 4197 J. E. Byrnes; OF 5355 Max Stephan.

Harry S. Truman Library

Mrs. Lillian L. Chance; OF 357 Medals; OF 357-B Legion of Merit; OF 360 Columbia River Basin; OF 368 Mrs. Mary F. Prettyman; OF 370 Margaret V. Keeler; OF 371 Curtis B. Gilliam; OF 375 Tugwell Pure Food Act; OF 376 Capt. William J. Drummond; OF 378 Wildlife; OF 379 Naval Reserve; OF 383 Mrs. Frank Lehman; OF 386 John W. Belt; OF 388 U.S. Amateur Air Pilots Association; OF 390 Building and Loan Association; OF 391 Marches on Washington; OF 392 Retired Officers; OF 392-A Retired Enlisted Personnel-Army and Navy; OF 396 Economics; OF 400 State File (Federal Appointments) -Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Philippines; OF 403 Panics; OF 407 Labor; OF 407-B Strikes -Apex Hosiery, Arkansas Tenant Farmers' Strike, Automobile Workers' Strikes, Camden Shipbuilders' Strike, North American Aviation Company, Steel Industry 19341937, Electric Auto Lite Co., Toledo, Captive Mines, Coal Strikes, Montgomery Ward 1942; OF 411 Warm Springs Foundation; OF 412 Lt. George O. Bond; OF 413 Dr. Jarrett L. Hankins; OF 415 Dr. R. A. Castleman, Jr.; OF 419 Congress of the U.S.; OF 421 John M. McNulty; OF 425 J. J. McGeary; OF 429 Chile; OF 433 Freight Rates; OF 435 Greek Letter Fraternities; OF 437 Ruth Bryan Owen Rohde; OF 438 C. J. Ellis; OF 439 Guatemala; OF 440 Mrs. Imogen C. Pool; OF 442-B Portugal-Endorsements for Ambassador to; OF 444 Federal Emergency Relief Administration; OF 444-B Civil Works Administration; OF 444-C Work Projects Administration; OF 445 Building Industry; OF 446 Lumber; OF 448 Inland Waterways Corporation; OF 451 Alban G. Snyder; OF 455 Dave H. Morris; OF 457 Army Base Piers; OF 463 Poland; OF 463-A Poland-Miscellaneous; OF 463-B Poland-Endorsements for Ambassador to; OF 463-C PolandWorld War II, Army, Aeronautics, Artists,

The Harry S. Truman Library has accessioned thirteen linear feet of papers of Milton Katz. They date from 1932 to 1952 and include material documenting his wide government service with the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, the National Recovery Administration, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Department of Justice, the War Production Board, and the European Cooperation Administration. The papers also include material relating to his career as a professor at Harvard Law School and personal correspondence files.

The library also accessioned the personal papers

of Thomas K. Finletter, three linear feet for the period 1943 to 1969. Finletter served in the government in a number of capacities, including minister in charge, Economic Cooperation Administration, in the United Kingdom from 1943 to 1949; secretary of the air force from 1950 to 1953; and United States ambassador to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization from 1961 to 1965.

Oral history interviews recently accessioned by the library include interviews with Admiral Robert L. Dennison, naval aide to the president from 1948 to 1953; Thomas K. Finletter; Roswell L. Gilpatric, undersecretary of the air force from 1951 to 1953; and India Edwards, vice-chairman of the Democratic National Committee from 1950 to 1956.

more than one linear foot spanning the years 1962 to 1969, are organized into two series. The first consists of drafts of Eisenhower's articles and related correspondence and research materials; the other consists of correspondence dealing with the process of publishing Eisenhower's articles.

The library staff has completed a review of the papers of John W. Gibson, assistant secretary of labor from 1946 to 1950; James E. Webb, director of the Bureau of the Budget from 1946 to 1949 and undersecretary of state from 1949 to 1952; Herschel V. Johnson, ambassador to Brazil from 1948 to 1953; Paul M. Herzog, chairman of the National Labor Relations Board from 1945 to 1953; Theodore Tannenwald, Jr., assistant director and chief of staff to the director for mutual security from 1951 to 1953; David D. Lloyd, administrative assistant to the president from 1951 to 1953; Will Clayton, undersecretary of state for economic affairs from 1946 to 1947; Clark Clifford, special counsel to the president from 1946 to 1950; J. Howard McGrath, U.S. senator from Rhode Island from 1947 to 1959, chairman of the Democratic National Committee from 1947 to 1949, and attorney general of the United States from 1949 to 1952. Records of the Democratic National Committee and a number of the library's smaller collections were also reviewed. Approximately twenty-five thousand pages of previously closed material are now available for the use of researchers. A review was also begun of Harry S. Truman's senatorial files.

Five reels of microfilm copies of the papers of Neil H. Jacoby at the Boston University Libraries have recently been accessioned by the Eisenhower Library. Jacoby served as a member of the Council of Economic Advisers from 1953 to 1955, and most of the material concerns this period although the papers span the years 1952 to 1963. The documents consist of Jacoby's personal and official correspond. ence, memorandums, reports, agendas and minutes of meetings, and press releases related to his economic activities in the fed. eral government. Principal correspondents include Arthur F. Burns, R. J. Saulnier, council staff members, and economists from various agencies and institutions. Topics covered include antiinflation measures, social security, veterans' benefits, the Advisory Board on Economic Growth and Stability, the Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East, statistical methods, antitrust measures, and aid to education.

The Eisenhower Library has recently accessioned four linear feet of additional papers of Eleanor Lansing Dulles who served as chief of the finance division of the Social Security Board from 1936 to 1942, economic officer at the Department of State from 1942 to 1945, financial attaché in Vienna from 1945 to 1949, member of the Western European Division of the Department of State from 1949 to 1951, member of the National Production Authority of the Department of Commerce from 1951 to 1952, special assistant in the Office of German Affairs at the Department of State from 1952 to 1962, and professor at Georgetown University beginning in 1963. She represented the United States government at the

Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

The Dwight D. Eisenhower Library has recently received papers of Ben Hibbs, author, editor, and collaborator with Eisenhower on articles for the Saturday Evening Post and Reader's Digest. The papers,

Bretton Woods Conference on the International Monetary Fund in 1944.

The accessioned papers consist of personal and official correspondence, diaries, memorandums, reports, speeches, and newspaper clippings. Principal correspondents include John Foster Dulles, Allen W. Dulles, Mrs. Deane Edwards, officials of various federal agencies and departments, publishers, editors, and diplomatic representatives and political leaders of foreign states. The papers cover such subjects as her trips to Europe, Africa, Asia, and South America; American policy concerning Germany, Austria, and post-World War II planning; Austrian fiscal and monetary problems after World War II; and U.S. relations with communist governments.

of White House, Tariff Commission, and personal files, 1960-68, of Dan H. Fenn, Jr., staff assistant to the president and member of the U.S. Tariff Commission; seventy-five linear feet of congressional papers, official and personal correspondence, and scrapbooks, 1934-66, of Brooks Hays, assistant secretary of state and special assistant to the president; and fifteen linear feet of material relating to the Far East and other subjects, 1960-66, of James C. Thomson, special assistant to the assistant secretary of state for Far Eastern affairs.

Several series of records of the Democratic National Committee are now open for research use. These include six linear feet of material related to the 1952 convention, two feet related to the 1952 campaign, ten feet related to the 1956 convention, and fourteen feet related to the 1956 campaign.

John F. Kennedy Library

The Kennedy Library recently opened for research the following groups of material: one roll of microfilm of personal correspondence, 1961-63, of Fritz Alfsen, trade consultant at the Department of Commerce; less than one linear foot of copies of addresses and public remarks, 1961-63, of John A. Carver, Jr., assistant secretary of the interior; thirteen rolls of microfilm of speeches, photographs, and clippings, 1961-62, of Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg; forty-nine rolls of microfilm and eighteen linear feet of papers of Secretary of Commerce Luther Hodges; and one roll of microfilm of papers of Edward C. Welsh, executive secretary of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

Oral history interviews with the following individuals have recently been opened for research use: Harley Bailey, Charles Baldwin, Henry Brandon, Thomas Broderick, Seymour Harris, Anne Hearst, Roger Hilsman, Roger Jones, Helen Lempart, Henry Cabot Lodge, Frank Morrison, Leander Perez, Theodore Sorensen, Stanley Tretick, Ernest Warren, and Harris Wofford. Interviews with David Bell and William Macomber are available but may be cited, paraphrased, or quoted only with the permission of the donor. Interviews with Harold Brown and Thomas Mann


be used with the donor's permission.

The following additional material can be made available with the permission of the donor: thirty-eight rolls of microfilm copies of files about New Hampshire politics, the General Services Administration, and the Office of Economic Opportunity, 1958-66, of Administrator of General Services Bernard Boutin; twenty-five linear feet

The Kennedy Library has recently acquired thirty-two linear feet of the papers of Louis Brownlow, journalist and public administrator. The collection contains

. manuscript material for Brownlow's books, articles, and lectures; general correspondence and subject files from 1920 to 1963; papers relating to his service as a commissioner of the District of Columbia from 1915 to 1920; records of the President's

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