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  • Folder, "[NSC Meeting] Meeting with Cabinet, DNC, et al to commemorate Pres. Kennedy's birthday, 5/28/1964, Volume 2, Tab 5," National Security Council Meetings Files, NSF, Box 1
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
  • Robert McNamara Unde r Secretary of Defense Cyrus R. Vance Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall Secretary of Labor Willard Wirtz Atomic Energy Commissioner Glenn Seaborg NASA Administrator James Webb Agency
  • IN THE CABINET ROOM OF THE WHITE HOUSE The President of the United States, Presiding A TTORNEY GENERAL Robe rt F. Kennedy CIA John A . McCone , Director DEFENSE Robert S. McNamara, Secretary Cyrus Vance, Deputy Secretary OEP Edward A. McDermott, Director STATE
  • Folder title list, National Security Files, Files of Robert W. Komer
  • Files of Robert W. Komer
  • National Archives and Records Administration http://archives.gov National Archives Catalog https://catalog.archives.gov http://www.lbjlibrary.org/ SERIES DESCRIPTION and FOLDER TITLE LIST Collection: National Security Files Series: Files of Robert
  • General Maxwell D. Taylor , Chairman FAA Najeeb Halaby, Administrator JUSTI CE DEPARTMENT Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General OEP Edward A. McDermott, Director STATE Dean Rusk, Secretary TREASURY C. Dougl as D illon, Secretary USIA Carl Rowan, Director
  • : Panama On April 30 and on June 15, 1962 President Kennedy signed t-wo National Security Action ~moranda (Nos . 152 and 164 y/ I respectively) with regard to re~ations with Panama, the Panama ~/f-~ / , Canal Zone and items raised during the visit
  • ), the National Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and Robert McNamara. In addition, the series contains correspondence with or material about Joseph Alsop, Abe Fortas, J. W. Fulbright, Kenneth Galbraith, Ho Chi Minh, Senator Henry Jackson, Robert F. Kennedy
  • , Administrator William S. Gaud, Deputy Administrato r ATTORNEY GENERAL Robert F. Kennedy CIA John A. McCone , Director William Colby DEFEN SE Robert S. McNamara, Secretary Cyrus Vance, Deputy Secretary John McNaughton, Assistant Secretary (ISA) JCS General Earle
  • Meetings. This includes budget and balance of payments; the Kennedy Round negotiations; U.S. policy towards foreign countries; diplomacy; colonialism; East-West trade; international economic policy; visits to foreign countries by Secretary Robert McNamara
  • , telegrams, press releases, and reports that cover a broad range of topics. Some major topics within the files include material on international economic issues, such as balance of payments, the Kennedy Round and trade negotiations, efforts to increase East
  • /66 Jul-66 7/8‑9/66 Dec-63 Jan-64 AG Trip [Robert Kennedy's Trip] Attorney General Trip [Robert Kennedy’s trip to Germany and Poland] Harriman Trip [Pierre] Salinger Trip Around the World [John] McCone Trip Secretary Dillon Trip [Treasury Secretary
  • . JACKSON, Washington SAM J. ERVIN, JR., N-0rth Carolina ERNEST GRUENING, Alaska EDMUNDS. MUSKIE, Maine ABRAHAM RIBICOFF, Connecticut FRED R. HARRIS, Oklahoma ROBERT F. KENNEDY, New York LEE METCALF, Montana JOSEPH M. MONTOYA, New Mexico KARL E. MUNDT
  • members would report on current situations . He first called on Secretary Rusk for a summary of developments in Brazil. Secretary Rusk summarized our relations with Goulart, including Goulart 1 s dis cuss ion with President Kennedy, and later, in Rio, his
  • , Presiding Speaker of the House of Representatives ATTORNEY GENERJ\.L Robert F . Kennedy CIA John A. McCone, Director DEFENSE Robert S. McNamara, Secretary Cyrus Vance~ Deputy Secretary John McNaughton. Assistant Secretary Eugene Fubini, Deputy Director
  • LIST FOR THE 53 lst NSC MEETING HELD ON TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1964, AT 12:00 NOON IN THE CABINET ROOM OF THE WHITE HOUSE The President of the United States, P residing Speaker of the House of Representatives ATTORNEY GENERAL Robert F . Kennedy CIA John
  • NSC MEETING MAY 15, 1964, AT 12:00 NOON IN THE CA.BINET ROOM OF THE WHITE HOUSE The President of the United States, Presiding Speaker of the House of Representatives AID David Bell, Director ATTORNEY GENERAL Robert F . Kennedy CIA John A. McCone
  • . Marshall S. Carter, Deputy Director, plus three assistants (Clinton Conger, Chester Cooper, R . Jack Smith) DEFENSE Robert S . McNamara, Secretary Roswell L. Gilpatric, D eputy Secretary William P. Bundy, Ass istant Secretary for Internat i onal Security
  • . The Kennedy statement at Fort Bragg referring to th e U.S. G over nment's position at the time of the Geneva Conference. 2 . The Taylor Report, 196 1 -- that part which discussed what might be necessary if current moves did not work in Vietnam . 3. The Geneva
  • .") · j The President of the United States, Presiding ACDA William C . Foster, Director AEC Glenn T. Seaborg, Chairman AID David E . Bell, Administrator ATTORNEY GENERAL Robert F . Kennedy CIA Lieut. General Marshall Carter, Deputy Director Chester
  • attacked the pr_ivate c?lw1th Sen .. Robert ~ · Kennedy and his lege for its support of the Foreign Pohcy entourage m ~obby s U .N. ~laz~ apartResearch Institute, the famous Cold War ment overlooking the East River m !'lew academy of scholars under
  • . September 1962: On the eve of Vice Preaident Johnson's visit to Athens, Dimitracopoulos published interviews with Edward Kennedy and Assistant Secretary of State Manning in which non­ committal references to the "Macedonian Question" were made to look like
  • Asia, 1962-1966, Vol. I," Box 40 10e report "Instructions for Ball's Mission"; ~~itieeel 1!9i dup. #49, NSF, Flies of Harold Saunders, "South Asia, 1962-1966, Preface," Box 40 some SQflftiwrion e/1G/n. Ji1" NLJ/AAC rt· 't 10f memo Robert Komer
  • , Administrator Rutherford Poats, Assistant Administrator, Bureau for F a r East; ATTORNEY GENERAL Robert F . Kennedy BUREAU OF THE BUDGET Kermit Gordon, Director CIA John A. McCone, Director William Colby DEFENSE Ro1::iert S. McNamara, Secretary John McNaughton
  • PARTICIPANTS: The P resident The Vice P res ident S ecretary of State, D e an Rusk S ecretary of Defense , Robert S . M cNama ra Sec retary of Treasury, H e nry H . F owler Chairman , Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Earle G . Whee ler Di r ector, Central Int e
  • of letters, cables, and telegrams between President Johnson and leaders of countries with whom the U.S. had diplomatic relations, including: Prime Ministers Harold Holt and Robert Menzies from Australia; President Charles de Gaulle from France; Chancellor
  • , memorandums and reports; and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), National Security Agency (NSA), and Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) intelligence reports. Some materials from the John F. Kennedy and Dwight D. Eisenhower administrations are included
  • , Director Ray Cline, Deputy Director COMMERCE Luther Hodges, Secretary Theodore Thau, Executive Secretary, Advisory Committee on Export Policy DEFENSE Robert S. McNam.ara, Secretary Cyrus Vance , Deputy Secretary OEP Edward A. McDermott, Director STATE
  • which originated the document. (C) Closed in accordance with restrictions contained in the donor's deed of gift. 1/13/2009 QJ ~ NEWS CONFERENCE of SECRETARY OF DEFENSE Robert S. McNamara at Pentagon Friday, November 3, 1967 * * * Mr. Goulding
  • F. Tape C om.missioner John Palfrey CIA Mar shall S. Carter DEF ENSE Robert S . McNamara, Secretary Cyrus Vance, Deputy Secretary W. J. Howard General Donnelly Harold Brown JCS General Maxwell D . Taylor, USA, Chairman OEP Edward A. McDermott
  • Language Training for U.S. Government Dependents (s gd McGB 6/19/64) 307 Review of Underground Nuclear Tests (sgd McGB 6/19/64) 308 Designation of Robert J. Manning to disseminate facts on Southeast Asia (LBJ 6/22/64) 309 Presidential Determination
  • ATTORNEY GENERAL Robert F. Kennedy CIA John A . McCone, Director DEFENSE Robert S. McNamara, Seceretary J ohn McNaughton, Assistant Secretary (ISA) JCS General Earle G. Wheeler, USA. Chairman Lieut. General David A. Burchinal, Director of the Joint
  • NELSON ROCKEFELLER OR SENATOR ROBERT KENNEDY, WITH EITHER OF WHOM THEY FEEL THEY CAN WORK. j,,_;.J .,,,,,,__ µ l/»- ~1, DTG:0610532 JAN 68 ~CR.ET"" 12/29 / 67 FOR THE PRESIDENT FROM WALT ROSTOW- ~O,.,,, J.j Lacking his secretary, who alone has
  • Problem in Portugal. · Actions from here on out; - looking toward the post-Salazar period. 3. Europe. U. S. policy in the event of: a) break-up of the EEC; b) the failure of the Kennedy Round. 4. Indonesia. U. S. policy, in event that Sukarno leaves
  • " of your •ta.ff, eop1• of ••utaattatills ooneqo..._. pert.I.Mat ......... 11Lfor-.t1oa. -,:111thllJ' youn, SIGNtD bee: Dro Donald Fo Hornig Director, OST Dro Robert Ao Frosch Chairman, ICO Dr. Edward Wenk, Jro Execo Secyo, NCMRED ~~ Walter Rostow
  • no definitive solutions. In July, 1962, Gardiner informed the Boston Office of his attempts to contact Attorney General Robert Kennedy at his Massachusetts residence, as well as President Kennedy at the White House concerning Gardiner's objections
  • his wife was New York Sen. Jacdb Jav;. its. Also attending were GOP Sen. Robert Dole and Mrs. Dole of Kansas, the John Mar­ riotts, James Day of the Mari­ time Commission and Mary­ land Sen. Louise Gore. Among the more than 125 guests were Rep
  • Robert B. Anderson to Cairo as his special personal representative on May 30. Following discussion with Anderson, President Nasser informed Johnson of the United Arab Republic's determination to defend itself against any aggression "with all our means
  • THE WHITE HOUSE WASHONGTON CON FID EN I~ April Lqis: I - :J;:.t , ~ -l-- ,,_;J ,. 6 f"° 19 . , · ~:t, YY ;'v~ '""' ,;·µ..-'-'• a­ Attached is my response to Juanita Roberts 1 question about sending flowers to the Greek Ambassador. You can either