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  • Abell, Bess [bio]
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ABELL, BESS [bio]

This series includes documents pertaining to the children's garden at the White House, White House china, and the White House Festival of the Arts. It also includes a small amount of miscellaneous material.

 

ACKLEY, GARDNER

This series pertains to Gardner Ackley's work as member and as chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers. The series contains speeches, presentations, memorandums, correspondence, articles, interviews, and other materials.

ADAMS, SAM [bio]

The Personal Papers of Sam Adams contain photocopies of reporter's court transcripts which record Sam Adams' testimony in the case of United States vs. Anthony Joseph Russo, Jr., and Daniel Ellsberg, Defendants, trial, March 6-9, 1973.

ALDEN, VERNON R

This series consists of two undated memorandums from Vernon Alden to Sargent Shriver with the subject lines: Candidates for Director of the Job Corps and Job Corps Planning.

ALFORD, DOROTHY [bio]

  • Available for research

ALLEN, HC

  • Available for research

ALLNUTT, ROBERT F

This series pertains primarily to the civil service career of Robert F. Allnutt and contains chronological files reflecting the positions he held with the Communication Satellite Corporation, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the U.S. Senate Committee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences.

ANDERSON, DAVID L

  • Available for research

ANDERSON, HARRY R

This series consists of speeches, remarks, and correspondence regarding speaking engagements by Harry R. Anderson while he was serving as Assistant Secretary of the Interior. Topics include land use and departmental operations.

ANGEVINE, DAVID W

  • Available for research

ANTHONY, ROBERT N

  • Not available for research

ANTON, JAMES

This series consists of files from James Anton's activities as a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee staff.

ARLEDGE, GRACE

This series consists of a high school graduation congratulation letter to Grace Arledge from Lyndon B. Johnson.

ASHABRANNER, BRENT

  • Available for research

ASHWORTH, KENNETH

This series consists of the edited manuscript and galley proof of Kenneth H. Ashworth's "Need for a Rational Federal Policy," which is a section of his book "Scholars and Statesmen: Higher Education and Government Policy," published in 1972.

ASSELTA, ANTHONY F

  • Available for research

ATKINS, SHARLENE

  • Available for research

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BAILEY, CHARLES W II

  • Available for research

BAILEY, JOHN M

  • Available for research

BAIRD, CHARLES F

The series consists of copies of speeches made by Charles F. Baird, Assistant and Under Secretary of the Navy.

BAKER, JOHN A

" This series contains materials related to John A. Baker's years as Director of Legislative Services for the National Farmers Union and as Assistant Secretary of Agriculture for Rural Development and Conservation. "

BALL, GEORGE W. [bio]

This series contains notes of George Ball's telephone conversations during his tenure as Under Secretary of State. The notes reflect Ball's involvement in many of the major foreign policy issues of the Johnson presidency, including Vietnam, the Dominican intervention, the Cyrus crisis, and foreign economic policy.

BARBER, ARTHUR

The series consists of three memorandums written by Arthur Barber describing his recollections of incidents that occurred while he served with the Department of Defense in International Security Affairs (ISA).

BARKER, LOUELLA H

  • Available for research

BARNARD, RUTH

This series consists of materials collected by Ruth Barnard's husband, Harry Barnard, pertaining to Lyndon Baines Johnson. It contains journal articles, reviews, clippings, photocopies, and other materials.

BARNEY, DELBERT

This series consists of Delbert Barney's affidavit endorsing Lyndon B. Johnson for Congress in 1936; a photocopy of Barney's commendation from Harry Truman for his service as an Army chaplain during WWII; and a letter from W. Thomas Johnson thanking him for his interest in President Johnson through the years.

BARR, JOSEPH W [bio]

  • Available for research

BARRON, FRASER

  • Available for research

BARTON, RICHARD L

  • Available for research

BASTIEN, JOE

The series consists of a program guide to the College of the Holy Cross 118th Commencement on 10 June 1964; newspaper articles relating to the President's visit to the college and the town of Worcester, Massachusetts; and a copy of "Alumnus" magazine published dated August 1964.

BATOR, FRANCIS M

  • Available for research

BAUMANN, GEROLD

This series contains letters, correspondence, memorandums, reports, articles, awards and certificates, newsletters, clippings, published material, and telegrams collected by Gerold F. Baumann during his service as Associate Director of the Peace Corps in Arequipa, Peru and Director of the Peace Corps in Bolivia.

BECKCOM, MILDRED

  • Available for research

BEEBE, LEO C

BELEN, FREDERICK

BELL HELICOPTER TEXTRON

  • Available for research

BENNER, NELLIE H

  • Available for research

BENNETT, BA Sr.

This series consists of newspaper clippings about President Lyndon B. Johnson.

BENNETT, BJ

BENNETT, CHARLES E

This series contains a copy of Charles Bennett's 11 page speech delivered at the dedication of President Lyndon Baines Johnson's window in the National City Christian Church in Washington, DC

BERGER, WILLIAM E

This series consists primarily of clippings, newsletters, and articles collected by William Berger. Some of the clippings are columns and editorials, while others contain advertisements and polls.

BERLER, BEATRICE

The Papers of Beatrice A. Berler consist of political memorabilia from the 1952 Presidential election which included Adlai E. Stevenson and John J. Sparkman as the Democratic nominees for President and Vice President, and Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon as the Republican nominees for President and Vice President.

BEST, RUBY CULLINS

  • Available for research

BILMES, MURRAY

  • Available for research

BIRDWELL, W. SHERMAN JR

The Papers of W. Sherman Birdwell contain photocopied letters from Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson which reflects Birdwell's friendship with the Johnsons. The series also contains campaign memorabilia and photocopied newspaper articles covering Johnson's political career.

BLACKBURN, WILLIAM M

  • Available for research

BLAUSTEIN, ARTHUR

This series contains material related to Arthur Blaustein's civil service career with the U. S. Office of Economic Opportunity during Lyndon B. Johnson's presidency and the National Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity under President Jimmy Carter.

BLOCK, JOSEPH L

This series consists of correspondence, telegrams, minutes of meetings, and printed material pertaining to Joseph Block's service on the President's Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Policy. The records include material related to steel prices, employee benefits, union issues, and tax treatment.

BLODGETT, TERRELL

  • Available for research

BOGGS, LINDY [bio]

  • Available for research

BOHN, THEODORE R

" This series consists of newspaper articles about Lyndon Johnson from the Detroit News and a copy of Senator Johnson's ten rules for getting along with people, which was printed in the Detroit Free Press in September 1957."

BOHEN, FRED [bio]

  • Not available for research

BOLTON, PAUL

The Papers of Paul Bolton contain letters between Paul Bolton and Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson; broadcasts by KTBC-TV and Radio in Austin, Texas; political brochures and pamphlets; printed event programs; printed statements made by President Lyndon Baines Johnson; and military publications pertaining to the United States, Vietnam, and China.

BOOKBINDER, HYMAN [bio]

This series consists of a transcript of Hyman Bookbinder's opening statement in a debate with Saul Alinsky about the war on poverty. Bookbinder, Assistant Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, defends the program and presents a case for its expansion.

BOOKER, RUTH [bio]

  • Available for research

BOUTIN, BERNARD L

  • Available for research

BOWSHER, CHARLES

" This series pertains to the activities of Charles A. Bowsher during his time as Assistant Secretary of the Navy."

BOYD, ALAN S [bio]

 

This collection contains materials collected by Alan S. Boyd during his service as a member of the Civil Aeronautics Board, as Under Secretary of Commerce for Transportation, and as Secretary of Transportation. It consists of letters, correspondence, speeches, articles, and reports pertaining to his work and reflecting subjects such as airline safety, commercial airline scheduling, transportation rates, transportation routes, highway construction, the development of supersonic transport aircraft, urban mass transit, and high speed ground transportation.

BOYD, WALTER E

  • Available for research

BRADFORD, DEWEY

  • Available for research

BRAVO, MANUEL B

  • Not available for research

BRICE, JOHN & SANDRA

This series consists of the script for the television program "LBJ: The Early Years," as well as photocopies of reviews of the program from various publications.

BRIDWELL, LOWELL K

This series contains materials collected by Lowell K. Bridwell during his service with the Federal Highway Administration and the Department of Commerce.

BROIDA, EDITH

  • Available for research

BROOKS, ROBERT A

  • Available for research

BROOKS, R. MAX

  • Available for research

BROWN, ELMO

  • Available for research

BROWN, HAROLD

  • Not available for research

BROWN, NORMAN

  • Available for research

BROWNSTEIN, PHILIP

  • Available for research

BUNDY, McGEORGE [bio]

  • Available for research

BUNDY, WILLIAM P.

  • Available for research

BUNKER, ELLSWORTH [bio]

This series pertains to the career of Ellsworth Bunker in the cane sugar industry followed by his transition to diplomatic service. This series consists of materials describing Bunker's activities as president of the National Sugar Refining Company, his chairmanship of the War Production Board's cane sugar advisory committee during World War II, and his activities on the board of National Sugar. This series also describes Bunker's roles as Ambassador to Argentina and Italy under Harry S. Truman, President of the American Red Cross, Ambassador to India and Nepal under Dwight D. Eisenhower, U.S. mediator in the New York Agreement on Western New Guinea negotiated between the Netherlands and Indonesia, U.S. Ambassador to the Organization of American States under Lyndon B Johnson, and Ambassador to South Vietnam under Johnson and Richard M. Nixon.

BURNEY, CECIL

  • Available for research

BYRNE, JOHN E.

" This series consists of a ""Check List for Advance Men on Presidential Visits,"" including pertinent questions relating to party organization, public officials, business, union, civic organizations, local routes, signs, crowds, bands, the speaking site, and transportation."

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CABOT, JOHN M.

  • Available for research

CAIN, JAMES C. [bio]

  • Available for research

CAIN, STANLEY A.

" This series consists of speeches Stanley A. Cain gave as Assistant Secretary of the Department of Interior for Fish and Wildlife and Parks."

CALDWELL, BILL

  • Not available for research

CALIFANO, JOSEPH A. [bio]

  • Papers of Joseph A. Califano, Jr., 1931 - 2012
  • 857 linear feet
  • Available for research
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  • 3 series
    • Office and Personal Files
    • Memoir Files
    • Photographs, Awards, and Artifacts

 

This collection contains the files and artifacts of Joseph A. Califano, Jr. collected during his career as a Special Assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson and government service positions at the Pentagon with the Department of Defense and the Department of the Army; his career as a lawyer and consultant; and his positions as trustee and board member for numerous charities, foundations, and corporations including the Urban Institute, the Chrysler Corporation, and the Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA). 

CALLAWAY, MAY MYERS

  • Available for research

CAMPAIGN 1964, TEXAS FILES

  • Available for research

CAMPAIGN SPEECHES, 1964

  • Available for research

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM

  • Papers of William J. Campbell, 1937 - 1937
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • This series consists of photocopies of letters exchanged between William J. Campbell and Lyndon Baines Johnson while Campbell was State Director of the National Youth Administration (NYA) in Illinois and Johnson was State Director of NYA in Texas.

CANNON, WILLIAM B

  • Available for research

CANTRIL, ALBERT H

  • Not available for research

CAPE, EDWARD M

  • Papers of Edward M. Cape, 1900 - 1960
  • 94 linear feet
  • Not available for research
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  • 4 series
    • Guadalupe and Blanco River Authority Files
    • Chronological and Case Files
    • Empire Public Service Corporation
    • Legal and Campaign Files

 

This collection pertains to the personal and professional life of Edward M. (E. M.) Cape and his career as an attorney in central Texas. He served as the General Counsel for the Guadalupe and Blanco River Authority and as an attorney for many legal cases including Empire Public Service Corporation.

CAPE, MRS EM

  • Available for research

CAPITAL LEGAL FOUNDATION

  • Papers of the Capital Legal Foundation, 1963 - 1985
  • 294 linear feet
  • Available for research
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  • 3 series
    • Trial Documentation Files
    • Supporting Material Files
    • Columbia Broadcasting System Films

 

This collection consists of video tapes and trial documentation describing the 1984 libel suit filed by General William C. Westmoreland. Westmoreland hired the Capital Legal Foundation as representation to sue the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) concerning the network's production of the documentary, "The Uncounted Enemy - A Vietnam Deception." 

CAREY, WILLIAM D

  • Available for research

CARGILL, ROBERT

  • Papers of Robert Cargill, 1976 - 1976
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • This series consists of narrative material written by Robert Cargill and genealogical charts of the Oscar Hope family, as well as a newspaper clipping and a photograph of a painting of Hope House, which was built on a property owned by Lady Bird Johnson's family.

CARPENTER, ELIZABETH S [bio]

  • Personal Papers of Elizabeth "Liz" Carpenter, 1944 - 2006
  • 53 linear feet
  • Not available for research
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  • 4 series
    • Speech Files
    • Creative Works and Printed Materia
    • Press Secretary Files
    • Personal and Research Files

 

This collection contains materials collected by Elizabeth "Liz" Carpenter during her time as White House Press Secretary for Lady Bird Johnson, as well as material from her time working in journalism before becoming Press Secretary, and her various activities after Lyndon B. Johnson's presidency.

CARPENTER, LESLIE

This series consists of newspaper clippings of newspapers articles written by Leslie and Liz Carpenter while they were operating their own Washington, D.C. news bureau. The articles are mainly about events and issues in Washington D.C., the White House, Congress, and U.S. national politics.

CASPARIS, JOHN B

  • Available for research

CASTRO, NASH

  • Papers of Nash Castro, 1963 - 1988
  • 29 linear feet
  • Available for research
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  • 3 series
    • Personal and Office Files
    • Lyndon Baines Johnson (LBJ) Memorial Grove on the Potomac Files
    • National Wildflower Research Center Files

 

This collection contains materials collected by Nash Castro while he served with the National Park Service, as General Manager and later Executive Director of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission, and as Chairman of the Committee for the LBJ Memorial Grove on the Potomac.

CATER, S. DOUGLASS [bio]

 

This series consists of materials collected and maintained by S. Douglass Cater during his career as an author and freelance writer; a magazine and newspaper editor; an adviser for Hubert Humphrey's candidacy for President and in the White House for President Lyndon B. Johnson; and in leadership roles at Wesleyan University, the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, and Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland. It also contains sound recordings of Cater while he was a Special Assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson and later while he was a journalist and author. The tapes contain lectures and interviews in which Cater discusses President Johnson, the Presidency, and the political process.

CHAPMAN, RAY

  • Available for research

CHRISTIAN, GEORGE [bio]

This series pertains to George Christian's career as Press Secretary to President Lyndon B. Johnson and as public relations consultant and lobbyist for the Texas Civil Justice League. Much of the material relates to Christian's work with Dolph Briscoe, John Connally, Lloyd Bentsen, and the Texas Medical Association.

CHRISTOPHER, WARREN

This series consists of correspondence, memorandums, reports, and drafts collected by Warren Christopher during his service as Deputy Attorney General of the United States. 

CHUDARS, JAMES E [bio]

  • Papers of James Chudars, 1948 - 1948
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • " This series consists of three pages of the helicopter log books maintained during Lyndon Johnson's 1948 campaign for the U.S. Senate, including duration of flights, overnight stays, and remarks of the helicopter pilot, James E. Chudars."

CIACCIO, MRS. MS

  • Papers of Florine Ciaccio, 1944 - 1944
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • This series consists of two letters collected by Mrs. M.S. (Florine Koehler) Ciaccio concerning the transfer of her father, Private Norris H. Koehler, from Iowa to Texas: the first from Colonel D.F. Winn to Lyndon B. Johnson, and the second from Johnson to Miss Florine Koehler.

CIKINS, WARREN

This series pertains to the Community Relations Service and the Commission on Civil Rights during the period Warren Cikins served as the Special Assistant to the Staff Director of the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights. 

CLARK, I.E.

" The Papers of I. E. Clark contain photocopies of letters from Lyndon B. Johnson to I. E. Clark. The letters discuss Fayette County, Texas; Schulenburg, Texas; Johnson City, Texas; and cotton farmers."

CLARK, RAMSEY [bio]

 

This collection contains materials reflecting Ramsey Clark's career in the United States Department of Justice as Assistant Attorney General under President John F. Kennedy, and as Deputy Attorney General and Attorney General under President Lyndon B. Johnson, and his subsequent career as an attorney in private practice. 

CLARKE, JOSEPHINE

  • Papers of Josephine Clarke, 1929 - 1943
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • This collection consists of six photographs of Claudia Alta Taylor (Lady Bird Johnson) with family members on trips to Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Alabama in August of 1929. There is also a handwritten postcard addressed to Josephine Pattillo Harrell [Clarke], a relative of Lady Bird Johnson, from Johnson's aunt Effie Pattillo, 1943.

CLEMENS, CYRIL

  • Papers of Cyril Clemens, 1948 - 1967
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • " This series consists of copies of correspondence between Lyndon Johnson and Harry S. Truman, letters to Clemens from Lyndon Johnson, and magazine articles concerning President Johnson."

CLIFFORD, CLARK

 

This collection contains materials collected by Clark Clifford during his service as Secretary of Defense, including his role in the reevaluation of the Vietnam War.

COCHRAN, DAVID

  • Available for research

COFER, JOHN D

This series consists of legal documents, correspondence, and other materials related to the cases Johnson v. Stevenson and Schwille v. Rice, Steakley, et al.

COHEN, SHELDON S

  • Papers of Sheldon S. Cohen, 1950 - 2010
  • 127 linear feet
  • Partially available for research
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  • 5 series
    • Accounting and Attorney Files
    • Internal Revenue Service Chief Counsel and Commissioner Files
    • Law Firm Files
    • Professor and Lecturer Files Commissions, Committees, and Membership Files, 1950 - 2010

 

This collection includes material maintained by Sheldon S. Cohen throughout his professional and personal life as an accountant and a tax attorney, including his positions as Chief Counsel and Commissioner for the Internal Revenue Service. This collection also includes material pertaining to his positions as professor at George Washington University Law School and lecturer at Howard University Law School as well as his many organizational memberships, positions on commissions, and committee activities.

COHEN, WILBUR J

 

This collection consists of material written and collected by Wilbur J. Cohen during his public service career as Assistant Secretary (1961-1965), Under Secretary (1965-1968), and Secretary (1968-1969) of Health, Education and Welfare under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. It also contains materials from Cohen’s work on the formation of Social Security System and New Deal programs during the Roosevelt Administration.

COLLEGE STAR

  • Available for research

CONNALLY, JOHN B

  • Papers of John B. Connally, 1938 - 1986
  • 1322 linear feet
  • Partially available for research
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  • 6 series
    • Office Files of the Governor
    • Personal Files
    • Secretary of the Navy Files
    • Secretary of the Treasury Files Campaign for President Files
    • Sound Recordings

 

This collection consists of material created throughout John B. Connally's career, from his days as president of the student body at the University of Texas through his many years of association with Lyndon Johnson. The collection documents Connally's political activities from 1939 through 1960, his service as Secretary of the Navy (1961-1962), Governor of Texas (1963-1969), and Secretary of the Treasury (1971-1972); his candidacy for the 1980 Republican presidential nomination; and subsequent activities.

CONNALLY, NELLIE

This series contains the files of Nellie Connally, wife of John B. Connally, and consists of handwritten notes she used to write her memoir "From Love Field" pertaining to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the wounding of her husband in Dallas, Texas, on 22 November 1963.

CONNOR, JOHN T

This series contains documents regarding John T. Connor's participation in the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs Administrative History Project of the Johnson Presidency in 1977 and his participation in the 1964 presidential campaign. The serie also includes copies of correspondence regarding Connor's Merck holdings when he was nominated by Lyndon Johnson as Secretary of Commerce (1964).

COOPER, CHESTER L

" This series consists of speeches, articles, and research files pertaining to the Vietnam War created by Chester L. Cooper during his career as a diplomat and authority on Vietnam and Cold War policy. "

COOPER, ELLEN TAYLOR

  • Papers of Ellen Cooper, 1935 - 1967
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • This series consists of papers collected by Ellen (Purifoy Taylor) Cooper, including: correspondence between Mrs. Cooper and Lady Bird Johnson, her niece by marriage, and Johnson's daughters Lynda and Luci; and manuscripts and notes of Mrs. Cooper’s recollections of the Taylor and Patillo families and of Lady Bird Johnson in her youth.

CORBETT, ALFRED H

This series contains materials collected by Alfred H. Corbett reflecting his position with the Community Action Program within the Office of Economic Opportunity.

CORDELL, PAULINE W

  • Available for research

CORLEY, OTIS V

  • Available for research

COSTON, DEAN W

  • Available for research

COTTAM, HOWARD R

 

This collection contains materials collected by Howard R. Cottam while he served as Ambassador to Kuwait.

COULSON, MARCELLA

  • Papers of Marcella Coulson, 1931 - 1931
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • The Papers of Marcella Coulson consist of a two-page examination paper written by Marcella Coulson while attending Sam Houston High School in 1931 and a typed transcript of the exam. As her public speaking teacher, Lyndon Johnson wrote his comments over page two.

COVINGTON, JAMES

This series consists of two volumes of memoranda, speeches, notes of meetings, and other documents pertaining to James S. Covington, Jr. and his work as Chief of the Civil Division of the Houston Legal Foundation.

COWLES, FLEUR

  • Available for research

COX, HUGH B

This series consists of correspondence and legal documents concerning the disputed Senate election of 1948. The file contains a letter and telegram from Lyndon Johnson to Hugh Cox and copies of pleadings in litigation in which the results of the election were upheld.

COX, MIKE

  • Available for research

CRAIG, WD

The Papers of W. D. Craig contain letters from her son in the Armed Services to Craig discussing the Vietnam War.

CRENSHAW, DAVE W

This series pertains to Dave Wesley Crenshaw's army service in World War I and his association with Lyndon B. Johnson. It consists of correspondence, including five letters from Lyndon Johnson, service records, newspaper clippings, photographs, and other printed material.

CRONIN, THOMAS E

This series contains materials collected by Thomas E. Cronin and includes research papers, newspaper clippings, interviews, reviews, and various scholarly publications covering the presidency, politics and government, and presidential consultants.

CROOK, WILLIAM H

  • Available for research

CROOKER, JOHN H JR

  • Available for research

CROSS, JAMES U

" This series contains materials collected by Brigadier General James U. Cross during his service as military aide and pilot for Lyndon Baines Johnson during Johnson's years as Vice President and President. The topics of the material reflect Cross' service as pilot of Air Force One and include travel, presidential aircraft, presidential trips, and the security of the President."

CUNEO, ERNEST

This series consists of descriptive sheets identifying U.S. government expenditures under the Great Society as a succinct presentation for Hubert Humphrey in the 1968 campaign. 

CURRIE, HAVER

  • Available for research

CURTIS, TOM E.

  • Available for research

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DALLAS MORNING NEWS

  • Not available for research

DALLEK, ROBERT

  • Available for research

DANIELSON, WAYNE

This series contains American newspaper coverage of the 1964 presidential campaign. The newspapers, selected by random sample probability proportionate to newspaper circulation, serve as a resource to individuals interested in the 1964 campaign. The papers also provide insight into the coverage of newspapers from smaller, regional markets.

DARLING, RICHARD C

  • Not available for research

DAVIS, GEORGE R

  • Available for research

DAVIS, I W [Stormy]

  • Available for research

DAVIS, ROSS D

This series consists of memoranda, reports, publications, addresses, scrapbooks, schedules, and other materials collected by Ross D. Davis during his time as Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development.

DAVIS, SID

  • Available for research

DAVIS, W. TRUE, JR

  • Available for research

DEAN, ALAN L

This series contains materials collected by Alan Dean during his time working with the Bureau of the Budget; the Federal Aviation Administration; the Department of Transportation; the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; the Office of Management and Budget; and the U.S. Railway Association.

DEAN, HOMER E

  • Papers of Homer E. Dean, 2/1948 - 11/1948
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • This series consists of papers collected by Homer Dean while he served as Chairman of Lyndon B. Johnson’s 1948 Senate Campaign in Jim Wells County, Texas.

DEASON, WILLARD

This series contains materials collected by Willard Deason during his service as Commissioner of the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC). In addition to the ICC, there is also information related to Southwest Texas State College and to the American Kennel Club.

DEMING, FREDERICK

This series contains files collected by Frederick L. Deming during his service as Under Secretary of the Treasury. The materials consist of speeches, schedules, correspondence, memorandums, notes, reports, clippings, telegrams, invitations, and publications.

DEM. NAT’L COMM

  • Available for research

DESAUTELS, CLAUDE

  • Available for research

DONAHUE, THOMAS

This series contains speeches made by Thomas R. Donahue while serving as Assistant Secretary of Labor for Labor-Management Relations.

DORSEY, JOHN

" This series consists of an audio recording of President Lyndon B. Johnson's speech in Dallastown, Pennsylvania on September 3, 1966, and clippings about the speech, as well as photographs and campaign memorabilia from the 1960 and 1964 Presidential campaigns."

DUGAT, JEAN

  • Available for research

DURR, VIRGINIA F

This series consists of papers, mostly correspondence, collected by Virginia Foster Durr. A small portion of the letters discuss segregation and civil rights legislation but the majority are personal in nature.

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ECKHARDT, NADINE BRAMMER

This series contains materials collected by Nadine (Cannon) Brammer Eckhardt and includes correspondence and notes covering her personal life and her association with Lyndon B. Johnson while living in Washington, D. C. and Austin, Texas.

ECKSTEIN, OTTO

  • Not available for research

EDGEWORTH, GEORGIA

  • Available for research

EDWARDS, INDIA

  • Available for research

EDWARDS, NEWTON

  • Papers of Newton W. Edwards, 1934 - 1974
  • 37 linear feet
  • Not available for research
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  • 3 series
    • Native-American Tribal Files
    • Office Files
    • " General Files"

 

This collection contains materials collected by Newton Edwards while he worked with the Department of the Interior.

EDWARDS, TOM R

  • Available for research

ELLMORE, WINANT S

" This series consists of a photocopied draft of the Declaration of Independence sent to Lyndon B. Johnson by Winant Ellmore."

ELSEY, GEORGE M

  • Available for research

ENGLISH, JERRY WILKE

The papers of Jerry Wilke English contain three pages of personal correspondence with Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson dated February 11, 1943, August 9, 1945, and June 22, 1946.

ENTHOVEN, ALAIN C

 

This collection reflects Alain Enthoven's positions as Deputy Comptroller and Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Analysis including his role in the development of defense policy in the 1960s and his involvement in the adoption of the M-16 military rifle.

ERB, PAUL R

  • Available for research

EVANS, LUTHER H

This series consists of a transcript of Luther Evans' recollections of a meeting with President Lyndon B. Johnson and others on the subject of immigration.

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FDR LIBRARY

This series consists of copies of materials housed at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library that are related to Lyndon B. Johnson. It contains correspondence, reports and photographs that are about Lyndon B. Johnson, or are to and from him.

FELDMAN, GEORGE J

This series consists of three speeches delivered by Feldman during his time as the United States' first Ambassador to Malta.

FITT, ALFRED B

  • Available for research

FLAX, ALEXANDER H

  • Available for research

FLEMING, ROBERT J JR

  • Available for research

FLICK, FLORA C

This series consists of a photocopy of an article about Senator Lyndon Johnson and Mrs. Johnson from Newsday

FLOURNOY, CRAIG

  • Available for research

FORE, MR & MRS SAM JR

  • Available for research

FOWLER, HENRY H

  • Papers of Henry H. Fowler, 1961 - 1997
  • 250 linear feet
  • Available for research
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  • 8 series
    • International Files
    • Domestic Files
    • Government Files
    • General Files Briefing Books
    • Speeches
    • Office Files
    • Personal Files

 

This collection contains materials collected by Henry Fowler during his time as Under Secretary of the Treasury (1961-1964) and as Secretary of the Treasury (1964-1968). It consists of correspondence, speeches, briefing books, and other material pertaining to the domestic and international economies, balance of payments, banking and credit, taxes, the Federal Reserve Board, White House Cabinet meetings, and congressional communications.

FRANTZ, HARRY W

  • Available for research

FREEMAN, ORVILLE L

  • Papers of Orville L. Freeman, 1961 - 1969
  • 122 linear feet
  • Available for research
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  • 3 series
    • Office Files
    • Photographs and Awards
    • Sound Recordings of Speeches

 

This collection consists of material pertaining to Orville L. Freeman's activities as Secretary of Agriculture during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. During his tenure as agriculture secretary Freeman helped to establish food stamps and school breakfast programs for the poor, and pushed to expand global markets for American farmers.

FRIENDS MEETING WASHINGTON

  • Available for research

FULCHER, GORDON

  • Available for research

FULLER, HELEN

  • Available for research

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GALBRAITH, FRANCIS

This series consists of speeches and materials pertaining to Singapore and Francis J. Galbraith's activities while he served as the United States Ambassador to Singapore.

GAMMON, SAMUEL

This series consists of records which contain Ambassador Samuel R. Gammon's recollections of serving as Lyndon B. Johnson's aide, and includes observations on Johnson's personality and deportment.

GANS, CURTIS B.

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GARDNER, JOHN

This series contains correspondence, drafts, speeches, testimony, reports, agendas, clippings, magazines, statements, and articles collected by John Gardner during his service as Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare.

GARWIN, RICHARD L

  • Available for research

GAVIN, JOHN

  • Available for research

GEHRIG, JAMES J

This series consists of excerpts of speeches and statements by Lyndon B. Johnson, comments by others about Johnson, and summaries of Johnson's voting record on various topics while serving in the House of Representatives and the Senate.

GIBBONS, WILLIAM C

  • Available for research

GIDEON, OLGA BREDT

This series consists of printed materials pertaining to Lyndon B. Johnson's (LBJ) boyhood home, a commemorative stamp ceremony at the LBJ Library, the unveiling of Lyndon Johnson's statue at the LBJ State Park in Stonewall, Texas, and the dedication of the Lyndon B. Johnson Library and School of Public Affairs. Also included are newspaper clippings and magazines.

GILPATRIC, DONALD S

  • Available for research

GOLDBERG, IRVING L

  • Papers of Irving L. Goldberg, 1960 - 1994
  • 73 linear feet
  • Not available for research
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  • 4 series
    • Court Files
    • Pending Files upon Death
    • Personal Files Photo Albums, Framed Pictures, and Scrapbooks

 

This collection contains material relating to Irving L. Goldberg's career as a lawyer and a judge appointed by President Lyndon B. Johnson to the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit. Goldberg ruled on cases involving civil rights and liberties, school integration, school finance, and federal criminal procedures.

GOLDSCHMIDT, ARTHUR

  • Available for research

GOLDSTEIN, ERNEST

This series pertains to Ernest Goldstein's personal and professional life as an educator and attorney. This series includes material related to his positions as Special Assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson, as an attorney in Paris, France, Chair of the advisory board for the Business Alliance for Vietnamese Education (BAVE), and his friendship with the Johnson family

GOODMAN, ABRAM

  • Available for research

GORHAM, WILLIAM

  • Available for research

GOULD, LEWIS

  • Available for research

GOVATOS, JOHN

This series consists of correspondence and newspaper clippings reflecting the friendship between John Govatos and Lyndon B. Johnson.

GRAHAM, KATHARINE

The Papers of Katharine Graham consist of a 32 page narrative detailing a weekend she spent with President and Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson, and Vice President and Mrs. Hubert Humphrey, at the LBJ ranch near Stonewall, Texas.

GRAHAM, WILLIAM P

  • Available for research

GREEN, MAMYE A

This series pertains to Mamye A. Green and her friendship with Lyndon B. and Lady Bird Johnson. The series consists of correspondence related to post office business, wartime agricultural production, and other subjects.

GREENBERG, POLLY

  • Available for research

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HACKLER, LOYD

  • Not available for research

HACKNEY, VIVIAN H

  • Available for research

HALL, J. OLIVER

  • Available for research

HALPERIN, MORTON

  • Papers of Morton H. Halperin, ca. 1966 - ca. 1969
  • 6 linear feet
  • Available for research
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  • 3 series
    • Chronological Files
    • Memorandum and Office Files
    • Vietnam Files

 

This collection contains correspondence, memorandums, telegrams, reports, booklets, speeches, and meeting notes collected by Morton Halperin during his service as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs. The material reflects Halperin's primary job responsibilities of planning and arms control and consist of topics related to nuclear strategies, strategic missiles, security, and arms limitation. There is also material related to bombing and peace negotiations in the Vietnam War.

HALPERIN, SAMUEL

  • Available for research

HANNEGAN, ROBERT

  • Available for research

HARDEMAN, D.B.

 

This collection contains material maintained by D. B. (Barnard) Hardeman spanning his life and career as a teacher, journalist, politician, and political advisor. This collection includes office files, journals and other publications, clippings, government reports and documents, some personal files, and books.

HARDESTY, ROBERT L

  • Papers of Robert L. Hardesty, 1960 - 2014
  • 85 linear feet
  • Not available for research
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  • 5 series
    • University of Texas and Southwest Texas State University Files
    • U. S. Postal Service Board of Governors Files
    • Personal Files
    • Vantage Point Files White House Files

 

This collection contains materials reflecting Robert L. Hardesty's career as an assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson including work on "The Vantage Point" after Johnson left office, and Hardesty's work as the Vice Chancellor for the University of Texas System, a member and Chairman of the Board of Governors of the U. S. Postal Service, and the President of Southwest Texas State University.

HARDING, BERTRAND

  • Papers of Bertrand M. Harding, 1958 - 1969
  • 24 linear feet
  • Available for research
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  • 2 series
    • Office of Economic Opportunity Files
    • Internal Revenue Service Files

 

This collection reflects Bertrand M. Harding's government service at the Internal Revenue Service and at the Office of Economic Opportunity. This collection contains reading or spindle files, conference materials pertaining to conferences held in Washington, D.C. and nationally, notes and other research material, diaries, appointment calendars, publications, as well as office materials including correspondence, memorandums, and reports.

HARGROVE, DALE

  • Available for research

HARRIS, LOUIS & ASSOC

  • Available for research

HAYES, FREDERICK O.R.

  • Available for research

HAYES, JOHN S

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HAYTER, MORRIS

  • Available for research

HEATH, KATHRYN G

This series consists of correspondence pertaining to Kathryn G. Heath's review of Norman C. Thomas' book "Education in National Politics."

HEATH, WW

  • Not available for research

HELLER, WALTER W

This series consists of material collected by Walter W. Heller and includes correspondence, statements, testimony, and newspaper and magazine clippings pertaining to President Lyndon B. Johnson's 1967-1968 tax bill.

HERSHEY, LEWIS B

  • Available for research

HIGLEY, MORRIS

The Papers of Morris Higley contain a photocopy of a one page letter from Morris Higley discussing his appointment as Lyndon B. Johnson's campaign chair in Childress County, Texas.

HILL, JO BETH

  • Available for research

HODGES, LUTHER H

  • Available for research

HOFFMAN, HATTIE BELLE

  • Available for research

HOLCOMB, LUTHER H

This series contains clippings, photographs, statements, agendas, press releases, speeches, transcripts, and correspondence collected by Luther Holcomb during his service as Vice Chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

HOLLERS, HARDY

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HOLLEY, LAMAR

  • Available for research

HOLT, THADDEUS

  • Papers of Thaddeus Holt, 1967 - 1967
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • This series consists of papers collected by Thaddeus Holt while he served as Deputy Under-Secretary of the Army. They contain notes and a memorandum that document the U.S. efforts to establish the failed 1967 Panama Canal Treaty.

HOLTON, JOHN

  • Papers of John Holton, 2/12/1937 - 2/27/1937
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • The Papers of John Holton contain photocopies of two letters from Samuel Ealy Johnson, Jr. to Sam Rayburn and a response from Rayburn.

HOLUM, KENNETH

  • Available for research

HOLVERSON, JAMES

  • Available for research

HOOD, BUCK & LORRAINE BARNES

  • Available for research

HOOPES, ROY

The series consists of galley proofs of Roy Hoopes' book, "What the President of the United States Does," which focuses on Lyndon B. Johnson.

HOPKINS, WELLY K

This series includes materials created and gathered by Welly K. Hopkins during his political and legal career. There is correspondence between Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson and Hopkins, along with legal correspondence and documents pertaining to Hopkins's dealings with A. J. Wirtz and John L. Lewis. The series also contains letters from Lady Bird Johnson and Lyndon B. Johnson.

HORN, STEPHEN

  • Available for research

HORNIG, DONALD F

  • Available for research

HORNSBY, ED

This series consists of letters from Senator Lyndon B. Johnson to Ed Hornsby and the Department of the Army concerning Mr. Hornsby's marriage to a German national, Louise Marie Antonio Woeldecke. Also included are newspaper clippings about Johnson, photocopies of photographs, and a 1953 Armed Forces Song Folio.

HOROWITZ, HAROLD

  • Available for research

HORSKY, CHARLES A

  • Not available for research

HORVATH, WILLIAM

  • Available for research

HOUCK, MR & MRS JN

 

This collection consists of original copies of the "Blanco County News" and photocopies of articles related to Lyndon B. Johnson.

HOWARD, JACK

  • Available for research

HOWE, HAROLD I

  • Available for research

HOWE, MRS. KC

  • Available for research

HOYT, MICHAEL PE

  • Available for research

HUBBARD, JAMES O

  • Papers of James O. Hubbard, 5/13/1939 - 5/13/1939
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • This series contains one letter from Lyndon B. Johnson addressed to the Honorable Joseph F. Myers dated 13 May 1939.

HUMMEL, DON

This series contains materials collected by Don Hummel during his service as Mayor of Tucson, Arizona; Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; and Chairman of the Conference of National Park Concessionaires. There is also material related to Hummel's previous work experience as a seasonal national park ranger and a concessionaire at various national parks.

HUNTINGTON, ALBERT H

  • Not available for research

HUTCHINSON, EVERETT

  • Papers of Everett Hutchinson, ca. 1941 - ca. 1968
  • 35 linear feet
  • Not available for research
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  • 2 series
    • Personal and Office Files
    • Books and Publications

 

This collection contains both personal and office files, as well as books and publications collected by Everett Hutchinson. The bulk of the material consists of correspondence, memorandums, invitations, articles, speeches, financial records, meeting minutes, personnel and administrative records, studies, reports, and legal records reflecting Hutchinson's responsibilities as Commissioner and Chairman of the Interstate Commerce Commission and Under Secretary of Transportation

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JACKSON, ROBERT M

  • Available for research

JACKSON, WILLIAM A

  • Available for research

JACKSON, WILLIAM F

  • Not available for research

JACOBSEN, JAKE

  • Available for research

JANEWAY, ELIOT

This series pertains to Eliot Janeway, his son, Michael C. Janeway, and their relationship with Alvin Wirtz and Lyndon B. Johnson and Johnson's staff. The series consists of correspondence, as well as a draft commencement address to be given at Southwest Texas State Teachers College in August 1942.

JENKINS, WALTER

  • Personal Papers of Walter Jenkins, ca. 1940 - ca. 1985
  • 129 linear feet
  • Not available for research
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  • 6 series
    • Johnson Financial Records and Related Files
    • Correspondence Files
    • Client Records
    • Records Related to Radio and Television Station KTBC Personal Office Files
    • Las Pampas Ranch Files

 

This collection contains various materials collected by Walter Jenkins during his time as an aide to Lyndon Johnson from 1939 to 1964 including correspondence, reports, personal finances, Johnson family finances and related files, and materials related to KTBC, the Johnson's TV and radio interests in Austin, TX.

JENKINS, WARWICK H

  • Not available for research

JENNINGS, DON C

  • Available for research

JFK LIBRARY

  • Papers from the John F. Kennedy Library, 1983? - 1998?
  • 2 linear feet
  • Available for research
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  • 2 series
    • Presidential Recordings Transcript Files
    • Presidential Recordings

 

This collection consists of recordings and transcripts of meetings and telephone conversations of President John F. Kennedy. Lyndon B. Johnson is one of the participants in the conversations and meetings.

JOHNSON, HAROLD K

  • Papers of Harold K. Johnson, 7/27/1964 - 6/14/1968
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • This series consists of five volumes of speeches made by Harold K. Johnson, Chief of Staff of the U. S. Army.

JOHNSON, LADY BIRD

  • Not available for research

JOHNSON, LADY BIRD / LBJ LETTERS

  • Available for research

JOHNSON, LADY BIRD SCRAPBOOK

  • Available for research

ROBB [JOHNSON], LYNDA

  • Available for research

JOHNSON, REBEKAH BAINES

  • Not available for research

JOHNSON, SAM HOUSTON

This series contains materials collected by Sam Houston Johnson and includes clippings, letters, newsletters, notes, photographs, and other printed matter covering his personal life and public statements, and his relationship with his brother, Lyndon B. Johnson.

JOHNSON, TOM

 

This collection contains textual and audio visual materials created and gathered by Wyatt Thomas ("Tom") Johnson during his career in the Lyndon B. Johnson administration, and as an employee of President Johnson following the President's return to Texas. It also covers Tom Johnson’s career in journalism.

JOHNSON, U. ALEXIS

  • Available for research

JONES, JOHN RISON JR

This series contains materials collected by John Rison Jones during his service with the Office of Economic Opportunity's Upward Bound program, specifically in the southwest region. In addition, there is also material Jones collected during his continued work with the Upward Bound program after the operations of the program were transferred to the private consulting firm, Educational Associates, Inc.

JONES, JOHN WESLEY

This series contains correspondence, clippings, speeches, schedules, lists, notes, financial records, and photographs collected by John Wesley Jones and reflecting his activities as U.S. Ambassador to Libya, U.S. Ambassador to Peru, Deputy Commandant for International Affairs at the National War College, and a member of the Special Consultative Commission of the Organization of American States.

JONES, LUTHER E, JR

  • Available for research

JORDAN, ANNE

  • Available for research

JORDEN, WILLIAM J

 

This collection contains materials collected by William J. Jorden. The bulk of the papers consist of drafts, interviews, and other materials related to the preparation of Jorden's book, "Panama Odyssey." In addition, there is a small amount of material pertaining to the Paris Peace Talks held to negotiate an end to the Vietnam War.

JUSTICE, WILLIAM WAYNE

This series contains photocopies of four letters from Lyndon B. Johnson to William Wayne Justice. The letters express thanks from Johnson to Justice for his support in Johnson's 1948 campaigns in Texas, ask Justice to get out the vote in November 1948, and wish him a joyous Christmas in December 1949.

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KALTMAN, MARY

  • Available for research

KAUFMAN, TED

This series consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, and a photograph pertaining to a publicity event surrounding the purchasing of potatoes by the White House staff during the presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson.

KEACH, CARROLL

  • Available for research

KEATING, VAL M

  • Available for research

KEEVER, JACK

This series consists of Jack Keever's article about President Lyndon B. Johnson's difficulties using early versions of the teleprompter for his March 31, 1968 speech.

KELLAM, JESSE C

  • Available for research

KELLEY, KONRAD

  • Available for research

KELLOGG, LARRY

This series consists of a transcript taken from the sound track of a public service program presented by the WFLA-AM and WFLA-TV stations in Florida. The program, titled "The Holland Years," was an interview by WFLA-TV News Director, Bill Henry, with United States Senator Spessard Holland. The interview covers topics related to Holland's Senate career and contains references to Lyndon B. Johnson.

KELLY, JAMES F

  • Available for research

KELLY, ROSSIE

  • Not available for research

KENNEDY, OH

  • Available for research

KILGORE, JOE

  • Papers of Joe Kilgore, 1954 - 1987
  • 2 linear feet
  • Available for research
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  • This series consists of copies of papers collected by Joe Kilgore while he served as a U.S. Representative from the Texas 15th District and later.

KILLEN, FLORENCE

  • Available for research

KING, CHARLES E

The papers of Charles E. King consist of a seven page document entitled “Remembrances of Mr. Charles E. King,” a newspaper clipping and campaign related material for his run for Congress, copies of speeches (1946), and also, a single page (front/back) from the "U.S. Congressional Record" entitled “So That Men May Live,” remarks of Hon. Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas dated 13 April 1946.

KIRBY, MAURICE H

  • Available for research

KLEBERG, RICHARD M

  • Available for research

KNOTT, LAWSON B JR

  • Available for research

KNOWLES, JL

  • Available for research

KOENIGER, JOHN F

  • Available for research

KOMER, ROBERT W

 

This collection contains materials collected by Robert Komer while he served as National Security Council (NSC) Staff Assistant to McGeorge Bundy, Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, and Special Assistant to the President in charge of pacification in Vietnam. It consists of correspondence, memorandums, drafts, speeches, clippings, and reports pertaining to his work with the Vietnam War, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, arms control, disarmament, military assistance, and intelligence.

KONECCI, EUGENE B

  • Available for research

KRAFSUR, MARCIA E

  • Available for research

KRIM, ARTHUR

This series consists of agendas for meetings with Lyndon B. Johnson as well as Arthur Krim's recollection concerning Johnson's decision not to run for re-election in 1968.

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LAISE, CAROL C

  • Not available for research

LAMPMAN, ROBERT J

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LANGLOIS, LEO M

This series pertains to a campaign song written for President Lyndon B. Johnson by Leo M. Langlois, titled "Johnson is Setting the Pace," and its performance for Johnson at a fundraising dinner for the Democratic Club of Cook County, Illinois, on April 23, 1964. The series consists of photographs and newspaper clippings.

LATIMER, GENE

This series contains Gene Latimer's files consisting of correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson, and J. J. Pickle. They also contain two handwritten letters from Lyndon B. Johnson to Latimer's parents. The letters discuss Johnson's role in the Sam Houston High School debate team, Johnson's high school students, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, W. Sherman Birdwell, President Herbert Hoover, Welly K. Hopkins, Richard M. Kleberg, and Latimer's gift of the letters to the Lyndon B. Johnson Library.

LEADER, ROSALINDE

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LEE, CHARLES A

The papers of Charles A. Lee consist of two letters. One, dated 11 November 1960 on Washington University, St. Louis Missouri letterhead, from Lee to Lyndon B. Johnson praised him for his leadership abilities especially in the matter of civil rights. The second, dated 28 November 1960 on U.S. Senate letterhead, from Lyndon Johnson to Lee thanked him for his kind letter

LEFRAK, SAMUEL J

This series consists of meeting minutes of the annual meetings the President's Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped; a printed promotional copy of the 1968 State of the Union address; the April-May, 1968 issue of The Democrat journal; and an article defining the Library of Presidential Papers in New York.

LEHMAN, JOHN

  • Papers of John Lehman, 1/26/1972 - 1/26/1972
  • Less than 1 linear foot
  • Available for research
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  • The papers of John Lehman contain a reprint from the "Congressional Record" pertaining to the ceremonies at the Eisenhower Center in Abilene, Kansas on 26 January 1972.

LEVI, GOLDYE E

  • Available for research

LEVINSON, LARRY

 

LEWINE, FRANCES

 

This collection includes material written and collected by Frances Lewine during her career as an Associated Press (AP) White House correspondent. This collection consists primarily of her research material and article notes and drafts. It also contains correspondence to and from Lewine, memorandums, press releases, newswire articles, press material, travel documents, invitations, programs, brochures, reports, photographs, speech transcripts, and sound recordings.

LEWIS, ROBERT G

This series consists of photocopies of material collected by Robert G. Lewis during his work on the rural poverty project while serving as the Administrator of the Rural Community Development Service at the Department of Agriculture.

LINCOLN, A. GOULD

The Papers of Gould Lincoln contain letters to Lincoln from Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy, Herbert Hoover, Lyndon B. Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson, Hubert Humphrey, G. Mennen Williams, Wilton B. Persons, Thomas E. Dewey, Dwight Eisenhower, John W. McCormack, and James A. Farley.

LINSCOME, MARY L

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LITTLE, CHARLES P

  • Available for research

LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM

  • Not available for research

LOCKE, EUGENE M

This series contains statements, polls, speeches, lists, letters, form letters, itineraries, reports, photographs, correspondence, invitations, clippings, press releases, publications, and brochures and pamphlets collected by Eugene Locke during his political career. The material reflects Locke's campaign for Governor of Texas in 1968, his work for the LBJ campaigns in 1960 and 1964,and his ambassadorships to Pakistan and Vietnam.

LODGE, HENRY CABOT

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LOFTIS, MARCUS L

  • Available for research

LONG, BETTY

This series consists of photocopies of newspaper and magazine clippings pertaining to Lyndon B. Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson.

LOWER COLORADO RIVER AUTHORITY

  • Papers of the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA), 1934 - 1974
  • Available for research
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  • 2 series
    • LCRA Oversized Attachments
    • Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) Administration Files

 

This collection contains the records of the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) and includes documents pertaining to the agency's background, formation, activities, and operations. The collection also consists of agency files including correspondence, legal contracts, employee and board member information, charts, graphs, and photographs of the Colorado River regions.

LUBA, JOANNE

  • Available for research

LYLES, JK

This series pertains to Julian Knox (J. K. "Jutes") Lyles, Sr., and his son, Julian K. Lyles, Jr., and their relationship with Lyndon Johnson and the Johnson family. The series contains photocopies of documents, including letters to the Lyles from Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson, photographs, and an invitation to the 1965 Presidential inauguration. There is also a photocopy of a 1949 abstract of conviction of Lyndon Johnson speeding with no operator's license.

LBJ DEBATE SCRAPBOOK

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LBJ FUNERAL

  • Available for research

LBJ HEART ATTACK

  • Available for research

LBJ NAVY PERSONNEL FILE

  • Available for research

LBJ RANCH FILES

  • Available for research

LBJ RANCH GUEST REGISTER

  • Not available for research

LBJ SCRAPBOOKS (RADFORD SCHOOL)

  • Not available for research

LBJ TEACHER

  • Available for research

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MacARTHUR, DIANA T

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MACE, TURLEY

This series contains correspondence, printed material, reports, speeches, meeting minutes, and memorandums collected by Turley Mace during his service with the Department of Agriculture's Office of Rural Areas Development.

MACKEY, GLADYS

MACY, JOHN W JR

This series consists of materials written and collected by John W. Macy, Jr. during his career in Federal government serving as the Executive Director of the Civil Service Commission, Chairman of the Civil Service Commission, President of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency during the John F. Kennedy administration, the Lyndon Baines Johnson administration, the Richard Nixon administration, and the Jimmy Carter administration.

MAGUIRE, CHARLES

  • Not available for research

MALDONADO, JOSE

  • Available for research

MANLEY, JOHN F

  • Available for research

MANN, DAVID

  • Available for research

MANN, THOMAS C

This series consists of transcripts of telephone conversations between Thomas C. Mann, while he was serving as Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, and Lyndon B. Johnson.

MARKMAN, SHERWIN J

  • Papers of Sherwin J. Markman, 1951 - 1972
  • 11 linear feet
  • Available for research
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  • 6 series
    • Personal Files
    • Telephone Logs
    • Agency for International Development Files
    • Congressional Contacts Files Alphabetical Files
    • Aide to the President Files

 

This collection contains five series of records created by Sherwin J. Markman in his capacity as a lawyer in Iowa, as the deputy director of the Congressional Liaison Office at the Agency for International Development, and as special assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson.

MARKS, LEONARD H

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MARKS, LEONARD M JR

  • Available for research

MARSH, CHARLES E

This series contains files that Charles E. Marsh created or collected during his lifetime as a newspaper owner, operator, and editor. These documents reflect his involvement in oil exploration and investment; his political interests in Franklin D. Roosevelt, Henry A. Wallace, and Lyndon B. Johnson; as well as his years of philanthropy and the creation of the Public Welfare Foundation.

MARSHALL, MARIAN

MARSHALL, CECILLE H

MARTIN, CLARENCE R

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MARTIN, VIRGINIA H

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MARTIN, WILLIAM McCHESNEY

  • Personal Papers of William McChesney Martin, 1938 - 1986
  • 117 linear feet
  • Not available for research
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  • 7 series
    • Files Pertaining to the Sport of Tennis
    • Correspondence and Subject Files After Leaving the Federal Reserve
    • Office Files
    • Personal, Financial, and Medical Files of the Martin Family Files Pertaining to Boards, Foundations, and Memberships
    • Files Pertaining to Education Institutions
    • Federal Reserve Office Files

 

This collection contains materials collected by William McChesney Martin and pertaining to his activities as Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. It also contains material related to the numerous boards, corporations, and nonprofit institutions in which Martin was involved, including the Berry School, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, National Tennis Foundation, and the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

MATTHEWS, FRANK

  • Frank L. Matthews Papers, 1963 - 1969
  • 7 linear feet
  • Available for research
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  • 2 series
    • Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents Files
    • Press Secretary News Conference Transcripts

 

This collections includes the personal papers of Frank Matthews that he compiled while working as the head of the White House Central files during the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Administration.

MAXWELL, W. WORTHAM

The papers of W. Wortham Maxwell contain correspondence written to and from Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson regarding a letter from 1880 signed by George Washington Baines, Jr. that Maxwell sent to her.

MAYO, JOHN

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McCROCKLIN, JAMES

  • Available for research

McCULLY, JOHN

This series contains a photocopy of a letter from Lyndon B. Johnson to John McCully expressing Johnson's appreciation for McCully's support in 1948.

McLEAN, WILLIAM H

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McMILLAN, WILLIAM

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McNAMARA, ROBERT

 

This collection contains materials collected by Robert S. McNamara. It consists of reports, statements, testimonies, letters, and memorandums concerning the Vietnam War and U.S. involvement in the war, including a copy of The Pentagon Papers.

McNULTY, JOHN"JACK"

This series consists of office files created by John W. "Jack" McNulty, and they reflect his work as a Staff Assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson. The office files are primarily speech drafts written by McNulty for Johnson, although the drafts also include messages, proclamations, and memorandums.

McPHAIL, MARIA

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McPHERSON, HARRY C

This series consists of a handwritten manuscript of Harry C. McPherson Jr.'s book "A Political Education." Interfiled in the manuscript are copies of memorandums to the President, 1966. The series also includes a 1982 letter from McPherson to Harry Middleton, the Executive Director of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation, concerning Joseph Rauh and the 1957 Civil Rights Act.

McQUADE, LAWRENCE

This series consists of materials that reflect Lawrence McQuade's duties as Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense, and as an official of the Department of Commerce

McWILLIAMS, ROY L

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MERIDITH, FRED V

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MEYER, GEORGE

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MIDDLETON, HARRY

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MIDDLETON, JOHN T

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MILLER, DALE

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MILLER, MERLE

  • Papers of Merle Miller, 1863 - 1978
  • 11 linear feet
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  • 6 series
    • Manuscript Files
    • Research Files
    • Correspondence Files
    • Review Article Files Tape Recordings of Interviews
    • Oversized Files

 

This collection consists of research notes, drafts, interviews, and correspondence collected by Merle Miller for the preparation, publication, and promotion of his book about Harry S. Truman, Plain Speaking. There is also material related to other projects and drafts contained in the collection.

MINOR, MICHAEL

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MITCHELL, AP

The papers of A. P. Mitchell consist of articles and correspondence from 1967 about President Lyndon B. Johnson's competition beagle, J. Edgar, also known as Chum. Included are two photographs of the beagle that J. Edgar Hoover gave to Lyndon Johnson after his beagle named Him died.

MOISE, EDWIN E

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MOLLER, WILLIAM R

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MOONEY, BOOTH

This series consists of Booth Mooney's notes, articles, writings, correspondence, and clippings pertaining to Lyndon Baines Johnson, including Johnson's 1948 Senate campaign and the Kennedy-Johnson 1960 campaign.

MOORE, J CORDELL

MOORE, JOSEPH H

MORGAN, GEORGE A

This series consists of transcripts, memorandums, and correspondence relating to George Morgan's service as United States Ambassador to the Ivory Coast, trade relations in Africa, the Export-Import Bank, and countries that include Vietnam, Ghana, Nigeria, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

MORRIS, CHARLES A

This series includes the materials of Colonel Charles A. Morris, a member of General William Westmoreland's staff, pertaining to Westmoreland's libel suit against the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) for the CBS documentary program titled, "The Uncounted Enemy: A Vietnam Deception."

MOYNIHAN, DANIEL P

This series consists of a letter from Daniel P. Moynihan to Marjorie Hunter and two notes from her to him. The subject of the letter and notes was a leak of key components of Lyndon B. Johnson's unannounced War on Poverty as they related to Hunter and Moynihan.\

MULLINS, JAMES J

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MURPHY, RICHARD J

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NAHAS, AF

The papers of A. F. Nahas consist of newspaper articles describing President Johnson's actions following an aerial survey on April 14, 1965, of tornado devastated areas in Michigan.

NYA COLLEGE PROGRAMS

This series contains correspondence, reports, and newspaper articles given to the Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum by several Texas colleges and universities. This material documents National Youth Administration programs at those institutions.

NEALE, VIRGINIA B

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NES, DAVID G

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NETHERTON, ROSS D

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NICHOLS, DOROTHY

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NICHOLSON, RALPH W

This series contains correspondence, clippings, reports, charts and tables, memorandums, drafts, statements and speeches, and notes collected by Ralph W. Nicholson during his service as Assistant Postmaster General.

NIELSEN, THOMAS H

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NIXON, L.A.

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NOELKE, WALTER D

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NORWOOD, BERNARD

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NORWOOD, GUS

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NOTTI, ROBERT W

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NOVY, JIM

The Papers of Jim Novy contain xerox copies of newspaper articles, photographs, correspondence, and itineraries representing Novy's promotion of Judaism, and his friendship with President Lyndon B. Johnson.

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OBERDORFER, DON

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O'BRIEN, LAWRENCE F

  • Papers of Lawrence F. O'Brien, 1954 - 1977
  • 118 linear feet
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  • 7 series
    • Scrapbook Files
    • "No Final Victories" Files
    • 1968 Presidential Campaign Files
    • John F. Kennedy Campaigns Files Post Office Department Files
    • Democratic National Party Files
    • Congressional Liaison Files

 

The Lawrence F. O'Brien papers document his service as the campaign manager for John F. Kennedy's Senate and Presidential campaigns, Lyndon B. Johnson's campaign for President in 1964, Robert Kennedy's campaign for the Democratic nomination for President in 1968, and, after Robert Kennedy's assassination, Hubert H. Humphrey's campaign for the Democratic nomination and for President in 1968.

O'CONNOR, LAWRENCE J

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ODOM, WILL

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OGDEN, FRANK

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OKUN, ARTHUR M

  • Papers of Arthur M. Okun, 1948 - 1980
  • 153 linear feet
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  • 8 series
    • Speeches and Papers Files
    • Meeting Files
    • Office Files
    • Manuscript Files Memorandums for the President and White House Staff Files
    • Yale University Files
    • Printed Material Files
    • Book Files

 

This collection includes material maintained by Arthur M. Okun throughout his professional and personal life as an economist including his position as a professor at Yale University, his service on numerous committees and commissions including Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) under President Lyndon B. Johnson, his work as an economic consultant on Capitol Hill, and his tenure as Fellow at the Brookings Institution.

OLIVER, COVEY T

This series consists of correspondence of Covey T. Oliver while he was serving as Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs and U.S. Coordinator, Alliance for Progress. The papers are focused on international relations in the Western Hemisphere, primarily Latin America.

O'MARRA, JOHN L

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ONEAL, CORA M

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ORFIELD, GARY

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ORSO, LEO

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OTTING, RAYMOND

This series consists of letters to Raymond Otting, a postal employee in Austin, Texas, from Lyndon B. Johnson and Ray E. Lee, Austin Postmaster

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PACKER, LEO S

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PANZER, FRED

This series contains materials collected by Frederick Panzer during his time as a Staff Assistant to President Johnson detailed from the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.

PARISH, ELMER H

This series contains a photocopy of a letter from Elmer H. Parish to the Lyndon B. Johnson Library reflecting on the 1948 campaign in Texas and transmitting a copy of a radio speech made by Parish in the 1948 run-off election and an invitation to an exposition in Texas in 1959 on a day honoring Lyndon B. Johnson.

PARKER, EDITH

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PARNIS, MOLLIE

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PARRY, THOMAS

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PARTON, LEE

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PATMAN, WRIGHT

  • Papers of Wright Patman, 1919 - 1976
  • 1615 linear feet
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    • Committee, Political and Personal Papers
    • Photographs from Congressional Office

 

This collection documents the life and work of Wright Patman, Congressman from the First District of Texas from 1929 to his death in 1976. The collection reflects Patman's work on the House Banking and Currency Committee, the Select Committee on Small Business, the Joint Economic Committee, the Joint Committee on Defense Production.

PATTERSON, BRADLEY

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PATTILLO, JAMES CATO

This series consists of correspondence between Lady Bird Johnson and James Cato Pattillo, who was Johnson's cousin on her mother's side. There are also genealogical worksheets and a manuscript by Mr. Pattillo.

PATTON, EUGENIA A

This series consists of photocopies of letters and postcards written by Eugenia Angier Patton. The correspondence describes life in Washington, D.C. from the perspective of a long-time resident of Texas, as well as extensive descriptions of her journeys up and down the East Coast of the United States.

PEARSON, DREW

 

This collection consists of the personal papers of journalist, Drew Pearson. Pearson reported results of his investigations in his column, the "Washington Merry-Go-Round," and in his radio and television programs. These papers include draft columns, radio and television scripts, memorandums, official and personal correspondence, newspaper clippings, material collected in pursuit of investigations, and personal diaries.

PEDEN, ROBERT F JR

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PENNING, ANN COOPER

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PERRIN, ROBERT

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PERRY, ARTHUR C

  • Arthur C. Perry Papers, 1930 - 1970
  • 15 linear feet
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  • 4 series
    • Office Files and Referral Mail
    • Personal Files
    • Senator, Vice President, and White House General Correspondence Files
    • Personal Correspondence and Artifacts

 

This collection covers the career of Arthur C. Perry who arrived in Washington, D.C. in 1919 as an aide to Senator Morris Sheppard. It focuses mainly on Perry's years of service under Lyndon Johnson; however, there is quite a bit of material covering Perry's life outside of his service to Johnson including photographs, correspondence, memorandums, reports, legal documents and contracts, drafts of speeches, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, and other printed material.

PETERSON, WM

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PFEIFFER, EDWARD J

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PHELPS, MRS S TRUMAN

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PHINNEY, ROBERT L

"This series pertains to Robert L. Phinney, and consists of correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson, and Walter Jenkins; 1948 campaign leaflets; photographs; and scrapbooks on Phinney's career as an Austin, Texas postmaster and as a district director of the Internal Revenue Service. "

PIRSON, JACQUES

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PITTARD, CLARENCE S

The papers of Clarence S. Pittard include correspondence between Harry Middleton and Pittard in 1979 regarding his visit to the Lyndon B. Johnson Library and the gift of a poem he wrote about Sam Rayburn in 1962.

POATS, RUTHERFORD

The series pertains to Rutherford M. Poats, his work for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the economic development of Southeast Asia.

PORTER, PAUL

This series consists of materials concerning the nomination of Abe Fortas as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Charged with helping organize the efforts to lobby for the nomination, Paul Porter, a friend and law partner of Fortas, assembled documents concerning judicial and legal matters, political affairs, and public relations, in support of the Fortas nomination.

POWELL, BEN H SR

This series contains materials collected by Benjamin H. Powell during his time as an attorney and legal advisor with the law firm Powell, Wirtz, Rauhut, and Gideon. Some of the subjects covered in the material include the American Bar Association, the Salvation Army, the Boy Scouts of America, the National Youth Administration (NYA), Powell's personal finances, legal material, court cases, real estate, property, business matters, income taxes, uniform state laws, judicial hearings, deeds of trust, oil leases, insurance policies, Pearl Harbor Attack hearings before a Joint House and Senate Committee, the Texas Law Review, law journals, and other published materials.

PRESNAL, RUTHIE

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QUILL, DANIEL J

This series contains personal correspondence between Daniel J. Quill and Lyndon B. Johnson, Lady Bird Johnson, Rebekah Baines Johnson, Sam Fore, Richard Kleberg, and others.

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RAINER, VESSIE T

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RANDOLPH, PAUL J

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RANSOM, HARRY H

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RATH, ISABEL JONES

The Papers of Isabel Jones Rath contain a photocopied letter written by Rath, detailing a dinner at the White House with Lyndon B. Johnson and Chancellor Josef Klaus of Austria.

RATHER, MARY

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RAWLS, PALMER

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RE, EDWARD D

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REAM, DONALD G

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REEDY, GEORGE E

This series contains materials collected by George Reedy during the course of his career as journalist; aide to Senator, Vice President, and President Lyndon Johnson; White House Press Secretary; professor, dean, Lucius W. Nieman Professor, and Professor Emeritus at Marquette University; and consultant on journalism, ethics, and public relations. The bulk of the material includes correspondence, photos, drafts of articles and various publications, speeches and speech drafts, clippings, lecture notes, appointment books and diaries, awards, manuscripts, and papers collected by Reedy during his time as lecturer at Marquette University and as a consultant.

RHETTS REPORT

This series includes a copy of the Rhetts Report with pertinent correspondence. The Rhetts Report contains information written by Ed Rhetts to the U.S. Attorney General Francis Biddle on the Detroit race riots of June 1943.

RICHARDS, DOUGLAS D

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RICHARDS, HORACE E

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RIGGS, GARLAND

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RIVES, MRS. GORDON

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ROBB, LYNDA

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ROBERTS, GARY BOYD

The papers of Gary Boyd Roberts contain a letter dated 4 February 1979 written by Roberts, a freelance professional genealogist, to Mrs. Lady Bird Johnson regarding a bibliography of his work for a book he hoped to publish on American Presidential ancestry, a copy of which is included in the file along with a list of additions to the bibliography and a list of Lyndon B. Johnson's ancestors.

ROBERTS, JUANITA

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ROBERTS, RAY

This series contains invitations, correspondence, letters, memorandums, lists, press releases, clippings, and reports collected by Ray Roberts during his career in the Texas State Senate.

ROBERTSON, DALE

The papers of Dale Robertson consist of photocopies of two letters concerning Lyndon B. Johnson applying for a principalship and teaching position in Raymondville, Texas.

ROBINSON, JAMES A

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ROBSON, JOHN E

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ROCHE, JOHN P

This series contains memoranda, reports, and articles created by John P. Roche in his capacity as a writer, columnist, and Special Assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson. Included in the series are copies of Roche's columns from "A Word Edgewise" and TV Guide's "Newswatch," and a copy of the transcript from Robert McNamara's deposition on the William Westmoreland v. CBS libel suit.

ROLSTON, BUTLER

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ROSENBLATT, PETER R

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ROSTOW, WALT W

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ROTARY CLUB OF AUSTIN

This series consists of two Western Union telegrams addressed to Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon along with letters of response.

ROTH, C. FENNER

This series consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings and publications collected by C. Fenner Roth, who was a college classmate who worked for Lyndon B. Johnson's office and for his campaigns.

ROTH, WILLIAM M

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ROWE, JAMES H

The Papers of James H. Rowe contain photocopies of correspondence throughout Rowe's position as Administrative Assistant to President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

ROWE, JAMES M

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ROWLEY, JAMES J

This series contains speeches delivered by James J. Rowley while he was serving as Director of the Secret Service under President Lyndon B. Johnson.

RUSK, DEAN

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RUSSELL, RICHARD B

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RYAN, ROBERT J

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SACKS, I MILTON

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SADLER, MRS. WADE

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SANDERS, HAROLD BAREFOOT

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SAPERSTEIN, SIDNEY

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SCHAEFER, WALTER

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SCHANDLER, HERBERT

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SCHER, STEVEN

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SCHNAPPER, MB

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SCHUMM, RUTH

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SCHWARTZ, MARIE

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SCOTT, BESS W

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SEABORG, GLENN T

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SEAMANS, ROBERT C JR

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SENATE HISTORICAL OFFICE

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SERIFF, JACK

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SHELLOW, ROBERT

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SHELTON, ISABELLE

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SHIFLETT, TED

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SHINDLER, MARY BELLE

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SHRIVER, R. SARGENT

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SILVERBERG, DENISE

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SIMPSON, DONALD F

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SINGER, KURT

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SINGLETON, JOHN V

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SKALICKY, ANN T

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SKELTON, BYRON

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SKINNER, ELLIOT P

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SMITH, BROMLEY K

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SMITH, RAYMOND O

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SMITH, WILLIAM R

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SMYKAL, LOUIS J

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SMYTHE, HUGH H

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SOLOMON, ANTHONY M

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SW TEXAS STATE UNIV

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SOUTHWESTERN MEAT PACKERS ASSN

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SPARKS, WILLIAM R

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SPEARS, ADRIAN A

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SPELCE, NEAL

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SPINGARN, STEPHEN J

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SPRAGUE, IRVINE H

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STAATS, ELMER B

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STALLMAN, MRS ED

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STARCKE, MAX

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STARKIE, EARL L

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STAR-TELEGRAM

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STEELE, JOHN L

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STEPHANSKY, BEN

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STEWART, WILLIAM H

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STIGER, MRS CHARLES W

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STILLMAN, DAVID

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SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H

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SURRATT, MARSHALL E

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SWIFT, ROY

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TAYLOR, JAY

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TAYLOR, TJ III

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TAYLOR, WINSTON

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TEMPLE, LARRY

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TENENBAUM, EDWARD

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TERRITO, DOROTHY

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TEXAS ADJ GENERAL

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TEXAS POLL TAX LIST 1948

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TEXAS STATE DEMOCRATIC CMTE

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THOMAS, NORMAN C

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THOMPSON, BRAD

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THOMPSON, RAYMON

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THORNBERRY, HOMER

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TIERNEY, PAUL J

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TILLMAN, SF

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TOBIAS, ANDREW

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TOBRINER, WALTER N

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TOWNER, DEAN

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TOWNS, DANIEL M

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TRAVELL, JANET

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TRAVIS, EDMUNDS

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TRUDEAU, ARTHUR G

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TUCKER, RAY

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TUCKER, SEYMOUR S

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TURCHIN, CHARLES R

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TURNER, DONALD F

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TURNER, RANDY

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TYSON, JOE W

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UPDEGROVE, MARK

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U.S.A.I.D.

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US NEWS & WORLD REPORT

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN

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UNIV PUBLICATIONS OF AMERICA

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VALENTI, JACK

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WALDRON, ROBERT

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WALLACE, ELIZABETH

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WALLACE, ROBERT A

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WAND, MRS. LESTER H

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WARE, DEBRA

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WARNKE, PAUL C

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WATSON, W. MARVIN

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WATTENBERG, BEN J

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WEBB, EMMA S

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WEBB, JAMES E

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WEBER, OJ

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WEISL, EDWIN L JR

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WELSH, EDWARD C

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WENK, EDWARD JR

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WESTMORELAND, WILLIAM C

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WHITE, JACK

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WHITE, JOHN R

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WHITE, VIOLA B.

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WILLIAMS, FRANKLIN H

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WILLIAMS, HELEN

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WILSON, CYNTHIA E

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WILSON, GLENN P

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WILSON, LEE

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WINTERS, MELVIN

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WIRTZ, ALVIN J

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WOOD, ROBERT C

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WOODWARD, WARREN

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WOODYARD, NETTIE MASON PATTILLO

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WORLEY, EUGENE

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WORTMAN, DON I

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WURZER, MRS. ROY

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ZACHRY, MRS WILLIAM

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ZORTHIAN, BARRY

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ZUCKERT, EUGENE M

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