Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


Robert Blum Papers

Dates: 1934-1980.

Official, Office of the U.S. Housing Expediter, 1946-1947; Official, Department of State, 1947-1948; Official, National Security Resources Board, 1948-1951, 1952; Consultant, President's Materials Policy Commission, 1951-1952; Consultant, Mutual Security Agency, 1952-1953; Consultant, Foreign Operations Administration, 1953-1955.

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Box 1
  • 1934: University of Wisconsin
  • 1934: Wisconsin Public Service Commission
  • 1935: Federal Power Commission
  • 1936: Federal Power Commission
  • 1937: National Resources Committee
  • 1937: University of Wisconsin
  • 1938: Federal Communications Commission
  • 1938: University of Wisconsin
  • 1938: Wisconsin Public Service Commission
  • 1938: Wisconsin State Government Training Program
  • 1939: Congressional Record
  • 1939: National Resources Committee
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 2
  • 1939: University of Wisconsin
  • 1939: Wisconsin Public Service Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1940: Wisconsin Public Service Commission
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1941: Federal Power Commission
  • 1941: Gordon, Lincoln
  • 1941: Harvard University
Box 3
  • 1941: Securities and Exchange Commission
  • 1941: Twentieth Century Fund
  • 1941: Wisconsin Public Service Commission
  • 1942: Harvard University
  • 1942: National Resources Planning Board
  • 1942: University of Wisconsin
  • 1942: War Production Board
  • 1943: American Telephone and Telegraph Company
  • 1943: Fieldston School
  • 1943: Navy
  • 1943: Roosevelt, Franklin D,
  • 1943: War Production Board
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
Box 4
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
  • 1944: Navy
  • 1944: War Production Board
  • 1945: Federal Power Commission
  • 1945: Navy
  • 1945: War Production Board
  • 1946: Applications and Resumes
  • 1946: Atomic Energy Act
Box 5
  • 1946: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1946: Civilian Production Administration
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • 1946: Department of Commerce
  • 1946: Department of the Interior
  • 1946: Department of State
  • 1946: Department of War
  • 1946: National Housing Agency
  • 1946: Navy
Box 6
  • 1946: One World or None
  • 1946: Tennessee Valley Authority
  • 1946: United Nations
  • 1946: United States Employment Service
  • 1946: University of Chicago
  • 1946: University of Wisconsin
  • 1947: Applications and Resumes
  • 1947: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1947: Civilian Production Administration
  • 1947: Davidson, Ward F.
  • 1947: Department of the Interior
Box 7
  • 1947: Department of State
  • 1947: Federal Power Commission
  • 1947: Gordon, Lincoln
  • 1947: National Housing Agency
  • 1947: National Security Resources Board
  • 1947: Navy
  • 1947: President's Advisory Commission on Universal Training
  • 1947: President's Committee on Foreign Aid
  • 1947: Tennessee Valley Authority
  • 1947: The Electrician
  • 1947: United Nations
  • 1947: Williams College
  • 1948: American University
  • 1948: Applications and Resumes
  • 1948: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1948: Cisler, Walker
  • 1948: Daniels, Farrington
  • 1948: Department of Commerce
  • 1948: Department of the Interior
  • 1948: Department of State
      [1 of 2]
Box 8
      [2 of 2]
  • 1948: Federal Power Commission
  • 1948: National Security Resources Board
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1948: Navy
  • 1948: The Economist
  • 1949: Anaconda Copper Mining Company
  • 1949: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1949: Central Intelligence Agency
  • 1949: Congress of Industrial Organizations
  • 1949: Department of the Interior
  • 1949: Economic Cooperation Administration
  • 1949: Edison Electric Institute
  • 1949: Federal Power Commission
  • 1949: Food and Agriculture Organization
  • 1949: Kenya
  • 1949: National Security Resources Board
      [1 of 3]
Box 9
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1949: Navy
  • 1949: Potomac Electric Power Company
  • 1949: Roosevelt, Eleanor
  • 1949: Sherman, Ralph A.
  • 1949: Salliday, A.L.
  • 1949: United Nations
  • 1950: Department of the Interior
  • 1950: Department of State
  • 1950: European Recovery Program
  • 1950: National Security Resources Board
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1950: Navy
Box 10
  • 1950: Tennessee Valley Authority
  • 1950: Truman, Harry S.
  • 1950: Wisconsin Public Service Corporation
  • 1951: Applications and Resumes
  • 1951: Atomic Energy Commission
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • 1951: Conant, James B.
  • 1951: Congressional Record
  • 1951: Department of Defense
  • 1951: Department of the Interior
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 11
  • 1951: Department of State
  • 1951: Economic Cooperation Administration
  • 1951: Economic Stabilization Agency
  • 1951: Leontief, Wassily W.
  • 1951: National Security Resources Board
  • 1951: Office of Defense Mobilization
  • 1951: President's Materials Policy Commission
      [1 of 6]
      [2 of 6]
      [3 of 6]
      [4 of 6]
Box 12
      [5 of 6]
      [6 of 6]
  • 1951: Truman, Harry S.
  • 1951: United Nations
  • 1951: United States Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
  • 1952: Applications and Resumes
  • 1952: Atomic Energy Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1952: Cisler, Walker
  • 1952: Congressional Record
Box 13
  • 1952: Department of the Interior
  • 1952: Department of State
  • 1952: General Electric
  • 1952: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
  • 1952: Kirsch, Gerhard
  • 1952: Mutual Security Agency
  • 1952: National Security Resources Board
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1952: President's Materials Policy Commission
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
Box 14
      [3 of 3]
  • 1952: Resources for the Future
  • 1952: Truman, Harry S.
  • 1952: United Nations
  • 1952: Weil, George L.
  • 1953: Applications and Resumes
  • 1953: Atomic Energy Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1953: Cisler, Walker
  • 1953: Department of the Interior
  • 1953: Department of State
  • 1953: Eisenhower, Dwight D.
  • 1953: Federation of American Scientists
  • 1953: Foreign Operations Administration
  • 1953: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
      [1 of 2]
Box 15
      [2 of 2]
  • 1953: Mutual Security Agency
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1953: President's Materials Policy Commission
  • 1953: Resources for the Future
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1953: Symington, Stuart
  • 1953: Technical Cooperation Administration
  • 1954: Cole, Sterling
  • 1954: Department of State
  • 1954: Eisenhower, Dwight D.
  • 1954: Foreign Operations Administration
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1954: Hinton, Christopher
  • 1954: Hopkins, John Jay
Box 16
  • 1954: Journal of Nuclear Energy
  • 1954: Miscellaneous
  • 1954: National Planning Association
  • 1954: Schanz, J.L.
  • 1954: United Nations
  • 1955: Applications and Resumes
  • 1955: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1955: Bunker, Arthur
  • 1955: Department of the Interior
  • 1955: Department of State
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1955: Eisenhower, Dwight D.
  • 1955: Federal Power Commission
  • 1955: Foreign Operations Administration
  • 1955: Hopkins, John Jay
  • 1955: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • 1955: International Cooperation Administration
  • 1955: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
  • 1955: Joint Establishment for Nuclear Energy Research
Box 17
  • 1955: Land Economics
  • 1955: Merrill Lynch, Fenner, and Beane
  • 1955: National Security Program
  • 1955: National Academy of Economics and Political Science
  • 1955: National Planning Association
  • 1955: Personal Correspondence
  • 1955: Scheuer, Sidney H.
  • 1955: The Economist
  • 1955: Union Carbide Nuclear Company
  • 1955: United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority
  • 1955: United Kingdom Colonial Office
  • 1955: United Nations
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
Box 18
      [4 of 4]
  • 1955: Veksler, Vladimir I.
  • 1956: Aluminum Company of America
  • 1956: American Public Power Association
  • 1956: American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • 1956: Applications and Resumes
  • 1956: Atomic Energy Clearing House
  • 1956: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1956: Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.
  • 1956: Atomics International
  • 1956: Ayres, Eugene
  • 1956: Department of State
  • 1956: Electrical World
  • 1956: Federal Power Commission
  • 1956: Fifth World Power Conference
      [1 of 2]
Box 19
      [2 of 2]
  • 1956: Fund for Peaceful Atomic Development
  • 1956: Hartley, Harold
  • 1956: Hubbert, M. King
  • 1956: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1956: International Conference on Large Electric Power Networks
  • 1956: International Cooperation Administration
  • 1956: International Finance Corporation
  • 1956: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 20
  • 1956: Jukes, J.A.
  • 1956: Knorr, Klaus E.
  • 1956: McCullough, C. Rogers
  • 1956: McKinney, Robert
  • 1956: National Planning Association
  • 1956: Personal Correspondence
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1956: Petroleum Press Service
  • 1956: Raytheon Manufacturing Company
  • 1956: Southern Regional Education Board
  • 1956: The Economist
  • 1956: United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority
  • 1956: United Nations
      [1 of 10]
      [2 of 10]
Box 21
      [3 of 10]
      [4 of 10]
      [5 of 10]
      [6 of 10]
      [7 of 10]
      [8 of 10]
Box 22
      [9 of 10]
      [10 of 10]
  • 1957: Applications and Resumes
  • 1957: Atomic Energy Commission
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • 1957: Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.
  • 1957: Chase Manhattan Bank
Box 23
  • 1957: Commonwealth Edison Company
  • 1957: Department of the Interior
  • 1957: Department of State
  • 1957: European Atomic Energy Community
  • 1957: Federal Power Commission
  • 1957: Gibrat, Robert
  • 1957: Glaeser, Martin G.
  • 1957: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1957: National Industrial Conference Board
  • 1957: Organisation for European Economic Co-operation
  • 1957: Personal Correspondence
  • 1957: United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority
  • 1957: United Nations
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 24
  • 1958: Atomic Energy Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1958: Black, Fischer
  • 1958: Committee for Economic Development
  • 1958: Department of State
  • 1958: Duquesne Light Company
  • 1958: Edison Electric Institute
  • 1958: General Electric
  • 1958: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
  • 1958: National Planning Association
  • 1958: Nucleonics
  • 1958: Organisation for European Economic Co-operation
  • 1958: United Nations
  • 1958: Westinghouse Engineer
Box 25
  • 1959: Atomic Energy Commission
      [1 of 8]
      [2 of 8]
      [3 of 8]
      [4 of 8]
      [5 of 8]
Box 26
      [6 of 8]
      [7 of 8]
      [8 of 8]
  • 1959: Department of Commerce
  • 1959: Ethical Culture Schools of New York City
  • 1959: Federal Power Commission
  • 1959: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • 1959: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
  • 1959: National Academy of Sciences
  • 1959: Personal Correspondence
  • 1959: Resources for the Future
  • 1959: Westinghouse Electric Corporation
  • 1959: W.M. Welch Scientific Company
  • 1960: American Electric Power
  • 1960: American Power Conference
  • 1960: American Public Power Association
Box 27
  • 1960: American University
  • 1960: Atomic Energy Commission
      [1 of 9]
      [2 of 9]
      [3 of 9]
      [4 of 9]
      [5 of 9]
      [6 of 9]
Box 28
      [7 of 9]
      [8 of 9]
      [9 of 9]
  • 1960: Atomics International
  • 1960: Edison Electric Institute
  • 1960: General Electric
  • 1960: H. Zinder and Associates
  • 1960: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • 1960: National Association of Railroad and Utility Commissioners
  • 1960: National Coal Policy Conference, Inc.
Box 29
  • 1960: Novikov, I.T.
  • 1960: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • 1960: Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization
  • 1960: Public Power
  • 1960: Resources for the Future
  • 1960: Roberts, H.E.
  • 1960: Rozhdestvenskiy, A.P.
  • 1960: United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority
  • 1960: United Nations
  • 1960: United States Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
  • 1960: Witte, Edwin E.
  • 1960: Yankee Atomic Electric Company
  • 1961: Applications and Resumes
  • 1961: Argonne National Laboratory
  • 1961: Atomic Energy Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 30
  • 1961: Atomic Power Development Associates, Inc.
  • 1961: Bibby, Dause L.
  • 1961: Chase Manhattan Bank
  • 1961: Chukhanov, Z.F.
  • 1961: Department of the Interior
  • 1961: Federal Power Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1961: Franklin Institute
  • 1961: General Electric
  • 1961: Godaire, John Gerald
  • 1961: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • 1961: International Finance Corporation
  • 1961: Jackson, Jr., Irwin E.
  • 1961: Lead Industries Association
  • 1961: New England Electric System
Box 31
  • 1961: New England Power Company
  • 1961: Peoples for Peace
  • 1961: Personal Correspondence
  • 1961: Resources for the Future
  • 1961: Scientific American
  • 1961: Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation
  • 1961: United Nations
  • 1961: Wein, Harold H.
  • 1961: Yankee Atomic Electric Company
  • 1962: American Electric Power
  • 1962: Applications and Resumes
  • 1962: Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
  • 1962: Association for the Study of Soviet-Type Economies
  • 1962: Atomic Energy Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 32
  • 1962: Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.
  • 1962: Babcock and Wilcox Company
  • 1962: Chase Manhattan Bank
  • 1962: Department of Commerce
  • 1962: Department of the Interior
  • 1962: Department of Labor
  • 1962: Electric Consumers Information Committee
  • 1962: Federal Power Commission
      [1 of 10]
      [2 of 10]
      [3 of 10]
      [4 of 10]
Box 33
      [5 of 10]
      [6 of 10]
      [7 of 10]
      [8 of 10]
      [9 of 10]
Box 34
      [10 of 10]
  • 1962: General Electric
  • 1962: Internal Revenue Service
  • 1962: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
  • 1962: Kennedy, John F.
  • 1962: Lavrenenko, K.D.
  • 1962: National Science Foundation
  • 1962: New England Electric System
  • 1962: Office of Emergency Planning
  • 1962: Office of Naval Research
  • 1962: Perry, Henry
  • 1962: Personal Correspondence
  • 1962: Resources for the Future
  • 1962: United Nations
Box 35
  • 1963: Agency for International Development
  • 1963: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1963: Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.
  • 1963: Commonwealth Edison Company
  • 1963: Edison Electric Institute
  • 1963: Federal Power Commission
      [1 of 7]
      [2 of 7]
      [3 of 7]
Box 36
      [4 of 7]
      [5 of 7]
      [6 of 7]
      [7 of 7]
  • 1963: Hollomon, J. Herbert
  • 1963: Horton, J.K.
  • 1963: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
  • 1963: Kennedy, John F.
  • 1963: Leontief, Wassily
  • 1963: Lilienthal, David E.
Box 37
  • 1963: National Planning Association
  • 1963: National Science Foundation
  • 1963: Nucleonics
  • 1963: President's Appalachian Regional Commission
  • 1963: United Nations
  • 1963: Who's Who in America
  • 1963: Wright, J.H.
  • 1964: Applications and Resumes
  • 1964: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1964: Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.
  • 1964: Coal: Today and Tomorrow
  • 1964: Columbia Basin Inter-Agency Committee
  • 1964: Department of the Interior
  • 1964: Federal Power Commission
      [1 of 7]
      [2 of 7]
      [3 of 7]
Box 38
      [4 of 7]
      [5 of 7]
      [6 of 7]
      [7 of 7]
  • 1964: General Public Utilities Corporation
  • 1964: Johnson, Lyndon B.
  • 1964: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
  • 1964: Mullenbach, Philip
  • 1964: National Coal Association
  • 1964: National Coal Policy Conference, Inc.
  • 1964: Office of Emergency Planning
  • 1964: Office of Science and Technology
Box 39
  • 1964: United Nations
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1965: American Nuclear Society
  • 1965: Applications and Resumes
  • 1965: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1965: Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.
  • 1965: Business Atomics Report
  • 1965: Federal Power Commission
      [1 of 3]
Box 40
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1965: George Washington University
  • 1965: Johnson, Lyndon B.
  • 1965: Leontief, Wassily W.
  • 1965: National Coal Association
  • 1965: Personal Correspondence
  • 1965: Robert R. Nathan Associates, Inc.
  • 1965: Rodgers and Associates
  • 1965: United Nations
  • 1965: Water Desalination Report
Box 41
  • 1966: American Nuclear Society
  • 1966: American Public Power Association
  • 1966: Applications and Resumes
  • 1966: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1966: Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.
  • 1966: Carter, Anne P.
  • 1966: Consultant Correspondence
  • 1966: Department of Commerce
  • 1966: Energy Research and Development and National Progress
  • 1966: European Economic Community
  • 1966: Federal Power Commission
  • 1966: General Motors Company
  • 1966: Guyol, N.B.
  • 1966: Inter-American Development Bank
  • 1966: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
Box 42
  • 1966: International Finance Corporation
  • 1966: John B. Joynt and Associates, Inc.
  • 1966: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
  • 1966: New England Electric System
  • 1966: Office of High-Speed Ground Transportation
  • 1966: Pakistan Energy
  • 1966: Personal Correspondence
  • 1966: Robert R. Nathan Associates, Inc.
  • 1966: United Nations
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1966: United States Senate Committee on Urban Affairs
Box 43
  • 1966: United States Senate Subcommittee on Executive Reorganization
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1966: Urban America, Inc.
  • 1966: Washington Evening Star
  • 1966: Weitz, Raanan
  • 1966: Who's Who in America
  • 1967: Agency for International Development
  • 1967: American Assembly
  • 1967: American Nuclear Society
  • 1967: Applications and Resumes
  • 1967: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1967: Berrie, T.W.
  • 1967: Consultant Correspondence
  • 1967: Dellenback, John
  • 1967: Department of Health, Education and Welfare
  • 1967: Department of Housing and Urban Development
Box 44
  • 1967: Department of the Interior
  • 1967: Federal Council for Science and Technology
  • 1967: Federal Power Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1967: Frederic R. Harris, Inc.
  • 1967: General Motors Corporation
  • 1967: Gold, Steven
  • 1967: Guyol, N.B.
  • 1967: International Conference on Water for Peace
  • 1967: Joint Economic Committee
Box 45
  • 1967: Mid-Continent Area Power Planners
  • 1967: New York City Health, Housing and Urban Development
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1967: Pakistan Energy
  • 1967: Power for Aluminum
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1967: Ribicoff, Abraham
  • 1967: United Nations
  • 1967: United States Senate Committee on Banking and Currency
  • 1967: Urban Coalition
  • 1967: Washington D.C. Health, Housing and Urban Development
  • 1968: American Assembly
  • 1968: American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
  • 1968: American Men of Science
  • 1968: American Society for Public Administration
  • 1968: Applications and Resumes
  • 1968: Battelle Memorial Institute
Box 46
  • 1968: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
  • 1968: Conservation Foundation
  • 1968: Consultant Correspondence
  • 1968: Department of Health, Education and Welfare
  • 1968: Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • 1968: Frederic R. Harris, Inc.
  • 1968: Guyol, N.B.
  • 1968: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • 1968: Mathias, Charles
  • 1968: National Academy of Public Administration
  • 1968: New York City Health, Housing and Urban Development
  • 1968: Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • 1968: Pakistan Energy
  • 1968: Power for Aluminum
  • 1968: Ribicoff, Abraham
  • 1968: The World Today Series
  • 1968: United Nations
  • 1968: Upper Great Lakes Regional Commission
  • 1968: Urban Coalition
  • 1968: Vietnam
  • 1968: Washington Center for Metropolitan Studies
  • 1968: Washington D.C. Health, Housing and Urban Development
Box 47
  • 1969: American Economic Association
  • 1969: American Nuclear Society
  • 1969: American Society for Public Administration
  • 1969: Applications and Resumes
  • 1969: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1969: Charles River Associates, Inc.
  • 1969: Consultant Correspondence
  • 1969: Department of Agriculture
  • 1969: Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • 1969: Economic Development Administration
  • 1969: Federal Power Commission
  • 1969: Great Lakes Basin Commission
  • 1969: Institute for Advance Technology
  • 1969: Inter-American Development Bank
  • 1969: Meeting Notes
  • 1969: Metropolitan Detroit Youth Foundation, Inc.
  • 1969: New York City Health, Housing, and Urban Development
  • 1969: Office of Economic Opportunity
  • 1969: Office of Science and Technology
  • 1969: Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
  • 1969: Perloff, Harvey S.
  • 1969: Society for International Development
  • 1969: Stern, E. George
  • 1969: United States Army Corps of Engineers
Box 48
  • 1969: Upper Great Lakes Regional Commission
  • 1969: Urban America, Inc.
  • 1969: Vietnam
  • 1969: Washington D.C. Health, Housing and Urban Development
  • 1969: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
  • 1970: American Public Power Association
  • 1970: Applications and Resumes
  • 1970: Association for Computing Machinery
  • 1970: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1970: Consultant Correspondence
  • 1970: Delaware Bay Transportation Company
  • 1970: Department of Health, Education and Welfare
  • 1970: Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • 1970: Department of the Interior
  • 1970: Employment for Vietnam Veterans
  • 1970: Federal Power Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 49
  • 1970: Federal Reserve System
  • 1970: Frederic R. Harris, Inc.
  • 1970: Great Lakes Basin Commission
  • 1970: India Planning Commission
  • 1970: Inter-American Development Bank
  • 1970: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • 1970: Joint Economic Committee
  • 1970: Maritime Administration
  • 1970: Meeting Notes
  • 1970: Metropolitan Detroit Youth Foundation, Inc.
  • 1970: National Association for Community Development
  • 1970: Nelson, Gaylord A.
  • 1970: New York City Health, Housing and Urban Development
  • 1970: Nixon, Richard M.
  • 1970: Office of High-Speed Ground Transportation
  • 1970: Office of Science and Technology
  • 1970: Ojeda-Rivera, Jesus
  • 1970: Pittsburgh Health, Housing, and Urban Development
  • 1970: Resources for the Future
  • 1970: Reuss, Henry S.
  • 1970: Schnittker, John A.
  • 1970: Society for International Development
Box 50
  • 1970: Standard Oil Company, Inc.
  • 1970: Strange, John H.
  • 1970: Texas A&M University Sea Grant Program
  • 1970: The Progressive
  • 1970: United States Army Corps of Engineers
  • 1970: United States Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly
  • 1970: Upper Great Lakes Regional Commission
  • 1970: Vietnam
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1970: Washington D.C. Health, Housing and Urban Development
  • 1970: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
  • 1970: White House Conference on Aging
  • 1971: Agency for International Development
  • 1971: Alyeska Pipeline Service Company
  • 1971: American Assembly
  • 1971: Applications and Resumes
Box 51
  • 1971: Arthur D. Little, Inc.
  • 1971: Bureau of the Census
  • 1971: Consultant Correspondence
  • 1971: Department of the Interior
  • 1971: Department of State
  • 1971: Development Services, Inc.
  • 1971: Energy Corporation of America
  • 1971: Federal Power Commission
  • 1971: Forrester, Jay W.
  • 1971: India Ministry of Irrigation and Power
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1971: India Planning Commission
  • 1971: Inter-American Development Bank
  • 1971: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 52
  • 1971: Maritime Administration
  • 1971: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sea Grant Program
  • 1971: Middle East Desalting and Development Corporation
  • 1971: Nixon, Richard M.
  • 1971: Office of Economic Opportunity
  • 1971: Overseas Private Investment Corporation
  • 1971: Schnittker, John A.
  • 1971: United Nations
  • 1971: United States Army Corps of Engineers
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1971: United States Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
Box 53
  • 1971: University of Michigan Sea Grant Program
  • 1971: Vietnam
  • 1972: American Petroleum Institute
  • 1972: Applications and Resumes
  • 1972: Axelrod, Daniel M.
  • 1972: Cisler, Walker
  • 1972: Continental Oil Company
  • 1972: Department of the Interior
  • 1972: Engineering Foundation Conference on National Materials Policy
  • 1972: Federal Power Commission
  • 1972: Ferroalloys Association
  • 1972: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • 1972: Maryland Planning and Zoning
  • 1972: Middle East Institute
  • 1972: National Commission on Materials Policy
      [1 of 5]
Box 54
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
  • 1972: National Petroleum Council
  • 1972: Nehmer, Stanley
  • 1972: This Wounded Earth
  • 1972: United Nations
  • 1972: United States House Committee on Science and Astronautics
  • 1973: Applications and Resumes
  • 1973: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1973: Carnegie Institute of Washington
  • 1973: Congressional Record
Box 55
  • 1973: Consultant Correspondence
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1973: Council of Economic Advisors
  • 1973: Department of the Interior
  • 1973: Department of Labor
  • 1973: Federal Energy Office
  • 1973: Federal Power Commission
  • 1973: International Institute for Environmental Affairs
  • 1973: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
  • 1973: Joint Economic Committee
  • 1973: Levy, Walter J.
  • 1973: Maryland Planning and Zoning
  • 1973: National Academy of Engineering
  • 1973: National Coal Association
Box 56
  • 1973: National Commission on Materials Policy
      [1 of 8]
      [2 of 8]
      [3 of 8]
      [4 of 8]
      [5 of 8]
Box 57
      [6 of 8]
      [7 of 8]
      [8 of 8]
  • 1973: National Materials Advisory Board
  • 1973: Nixon, Richard M.
  • 1973: Personal Correspondence
  • 1973: Providence Gas Company
  • 1973: Randolph, Jennings
  • 1973: Starr, Chauncey
  • 1973: Stevenson, Adlai E.
  • 1973: Stone, Glass, and Clay Coordinating Committee
  • 1973: Taylor, James Spear
  • 1973: The Advocates
  • 1973: United Nations
  • 1973: United States Senate Committee on Commerce
  • 1973: United States Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
  • 1973: United States Senate Subcommittee on Executive Reorganization
Box 58
  • 1974: Applications and Resumes
  • 1974: Atomic Energy Commission
  • 1974: Consultant Correspondence
  • 1974: Department of Agriculture
  • 1974: Department of the Treasury
  • 1974: Federal Energy Administration
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1974: Federal Energy Office
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1974: Ford, Gerald R.
  • 1974: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • 1974: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
Box 59
  • 1974: Kissinger, Henry A.
  • 1974: Maryland Planning and Zoning
  • 1974: National Academy of Engineering
  • 1974: Personal Correspondence
  • 1974: The Progressive
  • 1974: United States Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
  • 1974: University of Wisconsin
  • 1974: World Future Society
  • 1975: Applications and Resumes
  • 1975: Consultant Correspondence
  • 1975: Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • 1975: Department of the Interior
  • 1975: Department of Labor
  • 1975: Department of State
  • 1975: Department of the Treasury
  • 1975: Energy Research and Development Administration
Box 60
  • 1975: Federal Energy Administration
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1975: Ford, Gerald R.
  • 1975: Joint Economic Committee
  • 1975: Kissinger, Henry A.
  • 1975: Materials Associates
  • 1975: National Petroleum Council
  • 1975: Stauffer, T.R.
  • 1975: United States House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee
  • 1975: University of Wisconsin
  • 1975: Wisconsin Public Service Commission
  • 1976: Agency for International Development
  • 1976: Applications and Resumes
  • 1976: Congressional Research Service
  • 1976: Dilloway, A. James
  • 1976: Energy Conservation Act
  • 1976: Federal Energy Administration
Box 61
  • 1976: General Motors Corporation
  • 1976: Salant, Walter S.
  • 1976: Systems Consultants, Inc.
  • 1977: Carter, Jimmy E.
  • 1977: Consultant Correspondence
  • 1977: Goodson, R. Eugene
  • 1977: National Research Council
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1977: United Planning Organization
  • 1978: Carter, Jimmy E.
  • 1978: Committee for Economic Development
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1978: Conference Board
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  • 1978: Congressional Research Service
  • 1978: Consultant Correspondence
  • 1978: Department of Commerce
  • 1978: Department of Labor
  • 1978: Full Employment and Balanced Growth Act
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1978: Joint Economic Committee
  • 1978: National Electric Reliability Council
  • 1978: National Research Council
  • 1978: Pacific-Sierra Research Corporation
  • 1978: United Nations
  • 1979: Applications and Resumes
  • 1979: Applied Political and Social Science Research, Inc.
  • 1979: Brookhaven National Laboratory
Box 63
  • 1979: Carter, Jimmy E.
  • 1979: Congressional Research Service
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1979: Electric Power Research Institute
  • 1979: Pacific-Sierra Research Corporation
  • 1979: Stanley Foundation
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1979: United Nations
  • 1980: Applications and Resumes
  • 1980: Consultant Correspondence
  • 1980: Electric Power Research Institute
  • 1980: Joint Economic Committee
  • 1980: Miscellaneous
  • 1980: National Research Council
  • 1980: Pacific-Sierra Research Corporation
  • 1980: United Nations
  • Undated: Applications and Resumes
Box 64
  • Undated: Atomic Energy Commission
  • Undated: Colborn, Robert B.
  • Undated: Consolidated Edison Company
  • Undated: Contacts
  • Undated: Dayton, R.W.
  • Undated: Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Undated: Department of the Interior
  • Undated: Department of State
  • Undated: Detroit Edison Company
  • Undated: Engineers Joint Council
  • Undated: European Recovery Program
  • Undated: Federal Power Commission
  • Undated: Federation of Materials Sciences
  • Undated: Foreign Operations Administration
  • Undated: Joint Committee on Atomic Energy
  • Undated: Mayer, Karl
  • Undated: Mutual Security Agency
  • Undated: National Housing Agency
  • Undated: National Planning Association
  • Undated: National Security Resources Board
  • Undated: Navy
  • Undated: Nelson, Gaylord A.
  • Undated: New England Electric System
Box 65
  • Undated: New York City Health, Housing, and Urban Development
  • Undated: Nuclear Safety Information Center
  • Undated: Personal
  • Undated: Photographs
  • Undated: President's Materials Policy Commission
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Undated: Resources for the Future
  • Undated: St. Vincent Hospital
  • Undated: Symington, Stuart
  • Undated: Twentieth Century Fund
  • Undated: United Nations
  • Undated: United States Army Corps of Engineers
  • Undated: United States Steel Corporation
  • Undated: University of Wisconsin
  • Undated: War Production Board
  • Undated: Wisconsin Public Service Commission

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