Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


George M. Elsey Papers

Dates: 1941-2007.

Commander, U.S. Naval Reserve, and Duty Officer, White House Map Room, 1941-1946; Assistant to the Special Counsel to the President, 1947-1949; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1949-1951; Assistant to the Director, Mutual Security Agency, 1951-1953.

See also George M. Elsey oral history and files.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

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    FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT FILE, 1938-1951
Box 1
  • Appointments
  • Articles
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—Allied Occupation of Europe
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—British in the Pacific
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—China
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 2
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—French North Africa
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—Germany
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—Italy
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—Octagon (Quebec Conference, 1944)
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—Palestine
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—Poland
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—Quadrant (Quebec Conference, 1943)
Box 3
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—Russian Convoys
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—Sextant (Cairo and Teheran Conferences)
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—Wartime Conference Agreements
  • Historical Reports and Research Notes—Yalta Conference
  • Home
  • Map Room
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 4
  • Newspaper Clippings, 1944
      [1 of 6]
      [2 of 6]
      [3 of 6]
      [4 of 6]
      [5 of 6]
      [6 of 6]
Box 5
  • Newspaper Clippings, 1945
  • Newspaper Clippings, 1946
  • Newspaper Clippings, Miscellaneous
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Newspaper Clippings, Quebec Conference, 1944
Box 6
  • Newspaper Clippings, Teheran and Cairo Conferences
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Personal Papers
  • Personal Papers-Ownership
  • Personal Papers-Requests for Access or Information, 1945
Box 7
  • Personal Papers-Requests for Access or Information, 1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Personal Papers-Requests for Access or Information, 1948
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Personal Papers-Requests for Access or Information, 1949
  • Personal Papers-Requests for Access or Information, 1950
  • Personal Papers-Requests for Access or Information, 1951
  • Philippine Statement
  • Press Conferences
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 8
  • Press Releases
      [1 of 11]
      [2 of 11]
      [3 of 11]
      [4 of 11]
      [5 of 11]
      [6 of 11]
Box 9
      [7 of 11]
      [8 of 11]
      [9 of 11]
      [10 of 11]
      [11 of 11]
  • Unconditional Surrender
  • War Diary
Box 10
    SPEECH FILE, 1946-1953
  • 1946, June 29: Continuation of the OPA
  • 1946, December 18: Economic Advisers' Report (CEA)
  • 1947, January 6: State of the Union - Atomic Energy
  • 1947, January 6: State of the Union - Conclusion
  • 1947, January 6: State of the Union - Correspondence
  • 1947, January 6: State of the Union - Domestic Affairs
  • 1947, January 6: State of the Union - Draft
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1947, January 6: State of the Union - Introduction
  • 1947, January 6: State of the Union - Labor
  • 1947, January 6: State of the Union - Military Policy
  • 1947, January 6: State of the Union - Outline and General Material
  • 1947, January 6: State of the Union - Press Comments
  • 1947, January 8: President's Economic Report
  • 1947, January 10: Budget Message
Box 11
  • 1947 March 12: Truman Doctrine Speech
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1947, April 5: Jefferson Day Speech
  • 1947, April 21: New York Speech
  • 1947, May 7: Health Message
  • 1947, June 7: Kansas City Speech
  • 1947, June 11: President's Ottawa Speech
  • 1947, June 17: President's Speech at Princeton University
  • 1947, June 20: Labor Veto Speech
  • 1947, June 27: NAACP Speech
  • 1947, June 30: Rent Control and Housing Message
  • 1947, July 4: Monticello Speech
Box 12
  • 1947, September 2: Rio de Janeiro Conference - Clippings
  • 1947, September 2: Rio de Janeiro Conference - Dispatches
  • 1947, September 2: Rio de Janeiro Conference - Notes and Memoranda
  • 1947, September 2: Rio de Janeiro Conference - Speech
  • 1947, October 5: Food Speech
  • 1947, October 8: Radio Talk to Women Voters
  • 1947, October 24: Call for Special Session
  • 1947, October 24, Call for Special Session - Clippings
  • 1947, November 17: Address to Congress on Domestic Economic and Foreign Aid
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1947, November 17: Anti-inflation Speech
  • 1947, November 17: European Recovery Program - Clippings
  • 1947, December 6: Everglades National Park Speech
Box 13
  • 1947, December 16: Message on Marshall Plan
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1948, January 7: State of the Union
  • 1948, January 7: State of the Union - Drafts
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1948, January 7: State of the Union - Newspaper comments
  • 1948, January 7: State of the Union - Source Material
Box 14
  • 1948, February 2: Civil Rights Message
  • 1948, February 2: Civil Rights Message - Civil Rights Reports
  • 1948, February 2: Civil Rights Message - Committee on Equality of Opportunity in the Armed Forces
  • 1948, February 2: Civil Rights Message - Drafts
  • 1948, February 2: Civil Rights Message - Executive Orders
  • 1948, February 2: Civil Rights Message - Memoranda
  • 1948, February 2: Civil Rights Message - Newspaper Reaction
  • 1948, February 2: Civil Rights Message - Press Releases
  • 1948, February 2: Civil Rights Message - Presidential Statements
  • 1948, February 19: Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner
  • 1948, March 17: Foreign Policy Address to Congress
  • 1948, March 17: Foreign Policy Address to Congress - Background
  • 1948, March 17: Foreign Policy Address to Congress - Drafts
Box 15
  • 1948, March 17: St. Patrick's Day Speech - Background Material
  • 1948, March 17: St. Patrick's Day Speech - Drafts
  • 1948, March 17: Press Reaction to Speeches
  • 1948, April 2: William and Mary College Speech
  • 1948, April 4: New York Times Statement
  • 1948, April 17: American Society of Newspaper Editors Address
  • 1948, April 19: Anniversary of Cuban Independence Speech to Congress
  • 1948, May 1: National Health Assembly Speech
  • 1948, May 6: Family Life Conference Speech
  • 1948, May 14: "Young Democrats"
  • 1948, May 20: Girard College, Philadelphia
  • 1948, June 2-18: President's "Non-Political" Trip
  • 1948, June 2-18: President's "Non-Political" Trip - Press Reaction
Box 16
  • 1948, June 4: Swedish Centennial Speech (Coliseum Chicago)
  • 1948, June 4 - Novmeber 3: Campaign Trip Itineraries
  • 1948, June 5: 35th Division Speech at Omaha
  • 1948, June 10: Seattle
  • 1948, June 11: Portland
  • 1948, June 12: University of California, Berkeley
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1948, June 13: San Francisco
  • 1948, June 14: Press Club, Los Angeles
  • 1948, July 5: Bolivar, Missouri
  • 1948, July 15: Acceptance Speech at Democratic Convention
  • 1948 July 27: Reconvening Speech, 2nd Session, 80th Congress
      [1 of 2]
Box 17
      [2 of 2]
  • 1948, July 31: Idlewild Airport
  • 1948, July: Democratic Party Platform
  • 1948, August: Collier's Magazine Statement
  • 1948, September 6: Labor Day Speeches
  • 1948, September 13: American Association for Advancement of Science Speech
  • 1948, September 17: Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania
  • 1948, September 18: Iowa
Box 18
  • 1948, September 19: Missouri and Kansas
  • 1948, September 20: Denver, Colorado
  • 1948, September 20: Colorado Springs, Colorado
  • 1948, September 20: Pueblo, Colorado
  • 1948, September 21: Glenwood Springs, Salida and Canon City, Colorado
  • 1948, September 21: Grand Junction, Colorado
  • 1948, September 21: Springville, Helper and Price, Utah
  • 1948, September 21: American Fork and Provo, Utah
  • 1948, September 21: Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 1948, September 21: Ogden, Utah
  • 1948, September 22: Reno and Sparks, Nevada
  • 1948, September 22: Truckee, Roseville and Sacramento, California
  • 1948, September 22: San Francisco and Richmond, California
  • 1948, September 22: Oakland, California
  • 1948, September 23: Modesto, Fresno, Tulare and Bakersfield, California
  • 1948, September 23: Tehachapi, Mojave, Burbank, and Los Angeles, California
  • 1948, September 24: San Diego, Oceanside and Colton, California
  • 1948, September 24: Yuma and Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1948, September 25: Lordsburg and Deming, New Mexico
  • 1948, September 25: El Paso, Sierra Blanca and Valentine, Texas
  • 1948, September 25: Marfa, Alpine and Sanderson, Texas
  • 1948, September 26: San Antonio, Texas
  • 1948, September 27: San Marcos, Austin, and Temple, Texas
  • 1948, September 27: Waco, Hillsboro and Ft. Worth, Texas
  • 1948, September 27: Grand Prairie, Dallas, and Greenville, Texas
  • 1948, September 27: Bells and Bonham, Texas
  • 1948, September 28: Sherman, Whitesboro, and Gainesville, Texas
  • 1948, September 28: Marietta, Ardmore and Davis, Oklahoma
  • 1948, September 28: Pauls Valley, Purcell and Norman, Oklahoma
Box 19
  • 1948, September 28: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • 1948, September 29-30: Shawnee, Oklahoma - Henderson, Kentucky
  • 1948, September 30-October 2: Owensboro, Kentucky - Washington, D.C.
  • 1948, September-October: Clippings - September trip
  • 1948, October 6-October 9: Itineraries
  • 1948, October 6: Wilmington, Delaware
  • 1948, October 6: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Camden, New Jersey
  • 1948, October 7: Bridgeport, Pennsylvania
  • 1948, October 7: Reading, Pennsylvania
  • 1948, October 7: Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • 1948, October 7: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
  • 1948, October 7: Easton, Pennsylvania
  • 1948, October 7: Newark, Elizabeth and Jersey City, New Jersey
  • 1948, October 8: Albany, New York
  • 1948, October 8: Schenectady, Amsterdam, and Little Falls, New York
Box 20
  • 1948, October 8: Rome and Oneida, New York
  • 1948, October 8: Utica, New York
  • 1948, October 8: Syracuse, New York
  • 1948, October 8: Auburn, Cayuga and Seneca Falls, New York
  • 1948, October 8: Geneva, Phelps, and Rochester, New York
  • 1948, October 8: Batavia and Buffalo, New York
  • 1948, October 10-16: Itineraries
  • 1948, October 10-16: Background Material
  • 1948. October 11: Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 1948, October 11: Hamilton, Ohio
  • 1948, October 11: Dayton, Ohio
  • 1948, October 11: Sidney, Ohio
  • 1948, October 11: Lima, Ohio
  • 1948, October 11: Ottawa, Ohio
  • 1948, October 11: Rittman, Willard, Fostoria, and Beshler, Ohio
  • 1948, October 11: Akron, Ohio
  • 1948, October 12: Richmond and Greenfield, Indiana
  • 1948, October 12: Crawfordsville, Indiana
  • 1948, October 12: Danville, Illinois
  • 1948, October 12: Tolono, Illinois
  • 1948, October 12: Decatur, Illinois
  • 1948, October 12: Springfield, Illinois
  • 1948, October 13: Adams, Altoona, and Spooner, Wisconsin
  • 1948, October 13: Superior, Wisconsin
  • 1948, October 13: Duluth, Minnesota
  • 1948, October 13: St. Paul, Minnesota
  • 1948, October 14: Waseco and Mankato, Minnesota
  • 1948, October 14: Rochester, Minnesota
  • 1948, October 14: Winona, Wisconsin
  • 1948, October 14: Sparta and Elroy, Wisconsin
Box 21
  • 1948, October 14: Madison, Wisconsin
  • 1948, October 14: Waukesha, Wisconsin
  • 1948, October 14: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • 1948, October 15: Hammond and North Judson, Indiana
  • 1948, October 15: Logansport, Indiana
  • 1948, October 15: Kokomo, Indiana
  • 1948, October 15: Tipton, Indiana
  • 1948, October 15: Noblesville, Indiana
  • 1948, October 15: Indianapolis, Indiana
  • 1948, October 16: Clarksburg, West Virginia
  • 1948, October 16: Grafton, West Virginia
  • 1948, October 16: Keyser, West Virginia
  • 1948, October 18-19: Miami, Florida - Raleigh, North Carolina
  • 1948, October 21: Washington, D.C.
  • 1948, October 22-24: Scranton, Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • 1948, October 24-November 5: Itineraries
  • 1948, October 25: Garrett and Gary, Indiana
  • 1948, October 25: Willard, Ohio
  • 1948, October 25: Chicago, Illinois
  • 1948, October 26: South Bend, Indiana
  • 1948, October 26, Elkhart, Indiana
  • 1948, October 26, Toledo, Ohio
Box 22
  • 1948, October 26: Sandusky, Ohio
  • 1948, October 26: Elyria and Cleveland, Ohio
  • 1948, October 27: Pittsfield, Massachusetts and Thompsonville, Connecticut
  • 1948, October 27: Hartford, Connecticut
  • 1948, October 27: Stamford, Connecticut and New Bedford, Massachusetts
  • 1948, October 27: Springfield, Massachusetts
  • 1948, October 27: Worcester, Massachusetts
  • 1948, October 27: Framingham and Boston, Massachusetts
  • 1948, October 27: Quincy, Massachusetts
  • 1948, October 28: Brockton, Massachusetts
  • 1948, October 28: Taunton, Massachusetts
  • 1948, October 28: Fall River, Massachusetts
  • 1948, October 28: Providence, Rhode Island
  • 1948, October 28: New London, Connecticut
  • 1948, October 28: New Haven, Connecticut
  • 1948, October 28: Bridgeport, Connecticut
  • 1948, October 28: South Norwalk, Connecticut
  • 1948, October 28: New York City
  • 1948, October 29: Yonkers, New York
  • 1948, October 29: New York City
  • 1948, October 30, Bellefontaine, Ohio - Matoon, Illinois
  • 1948, October 30-November 5: St. Louis, Missouri - Washington, D.C.
Box 23
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Agriculture
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Atomic Energy
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Civil Rights
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Democratic Speeches
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Dewey, Thomas
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Discrimination
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Displaced Persons
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: 80th Congress
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Election Post Mortems
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Electoral Votes
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Elsey, George
Box 24
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Fiscal Policy
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Foreign Affairs
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Foreign Policy
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: High Prices
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Housing
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Human Resources
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Labor
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Loyalty
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Monopoly and Small Business
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: National Defense
      [1 of 2]
Box 25
      [2 of 2]
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Pamphlets
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Platforms
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Political Candidates
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Political Clippings
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 26
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Press Releases, 1944
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Republican Speeches
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Territories and Possessions
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Wallace, Henry A.
  • 1948, Presidential Campaign: Warren, Earl
  • 1948, November 24: F.A.O. 4th Session Speech
  • 1949, January 5: State of the Union
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1949, January 20: Inaugural Address
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 27
  • 1949, February 19: Jefferson-Jackson Day Speech
  • 1949, March 21: Mayors' Conference Speech
  • 1949, April 12: Atlantic Pact Message to Senate
  • 1949, August 22: Military Assistant Program, Miami
  • 1949, August 29: International Economic Policy, Philadelphia
  • 1949, September 5: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania(Welfare State)
  • 1949, September 5: Des Moines, Iowa (Agricultural Prosperity)
  • 1949, September 27: Democratic Women's Day Broadcast
  • 1949, September 29: Kansas City, Missouri (Testimonial Dinner)
  • 1949, October 24: United Nations Speech, New York City
  • 1949, October 30: Radio Address (Religion in America)
  • 1949, November 3: St. Paul, Minnesota
  • 1949, November 5: Radio Address for Governor Lehman
  • 1949, November 11: National Council for Christians and Jews
  • 1949, November 15: National Council of Negro Women
  • 1949, November 21: Arlington Carillon
  • 1949, November 22: F.A.O. Conference Session
  • 1949, Miscellaneous Speeches
Box 28
  • 1950, January 4: State of the Union
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1950, January 23: Tax Message
  • 1950, January 30: Arab Refugees Message
  • 1950, February 15: Attorney General's Conference
  • 1950, February 16: Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner
  • 1950, February 22: Foreign Policy Speech, Alexandria
  • 1950, March 3: Coal Emergency Message to Congress
Box 29
  • 1950, April 20: American Society of Newspaper Editors
  • 1950, April 24: Federal Bar Association
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Itineraries
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Illinois
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Iowa
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Nebraska
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 30
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Wyoming
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Idaho
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Oregon
      [1 of 2]
Box 31
      [2 of 2]
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Washington
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Montana
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 2]
      [3 of 3]
Box 32
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - North Dakota
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Minnesota
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Wisconsin
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Chicago, Illinois
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Cumberland, Maryland
  • 1950, May 7-16: Western Trip - Newspaper Clippings
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 33
  • 1950, May 17: Jefferson Speech, Library of Congress
  • 1950, May 19: Armed Forces Day
  • 1950, June 1: Message to Congress on MDAP
  • 1950, June 5: Industrial safety
  • 1950, June 6: Better Business Bureau
  • 1950, June 9: University of Missouri
  • 1950, June 10: St. Louis, Missouri
  • 1950, June 24: Baltimore Airport
  • 1950, June 27: U.S. Courts
  • 1950, June 28: Newspaper Guild
  • 1950, June 30: National Scout Jamboree
  • 1950, July 13: Voice of America Message
  • 1950, July 26: MDAP Statement
  • 1950, August 1: Letter to Congress (MDAP)
  • 1950, August 8: Internal Security Message
  • 1950, August 9: Physically Handicapped Employment Committee
  • 1950, August 11: Conference on Aging Letter
  • 1950, August 30: Voice of America Letter
Box 34
  • 1950, September 1: Fireside Chat on Korean Situation
  • 1950, September 9: Defense Production Act Speech
  • 1950, September 13: Message to Congress on General Marshall
  • 1950, September 22: Message to Congress - McCarran Bill Veto
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1950, September 27: Democratic Women's Day Broadcast
  • 1950, September 29: Community Chest Speech
  • 1950, October 17: San Francisco Policy Speech
  • 1950, October 24: United Nations Speech
Box 35
  • 1950, November 4: Radio Address
  • 1950, November 6: Independence, Missouri
  • 1950, November 11: Brotherhood Message
  • 1950, November 29: Message to Congress on Yugoslavia
  • 1950, December 22: American Political Science Association Letter
  • 1951, January 8: State of the Union Message
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • 1951, January: President's Economic Report
  • 1951, January: Budget Message
Box 36
  • 1951, January 10: Woodrow Wilson Award
  • 1951, February 2: Message to Congress on Taxes
  • 1951, February 3: "Four Chaplains" Speech
  • 1951, February 12: Message to Congress on India Food Crisis
  • 1951, February 26: Statement on Inflation
  • 1951, February 27: Message to Congress on Postal Rates
  • 1951, March 14: Letter to Senator Flanders - Peace Plan
  • 1951, March 21: Telegram to General Marshall on Defense Strength
  • 1951, March 26: Ministers of Foreign Affairs Address
  • 1951, April 3: Dedication of New York Avenue Presbyterian Church
  • 1951, April 14: Jefferson-Jackson Day Speech
  • 1951, April 19: American Society of Newspaper Editors
  • 1951, April 26: Defense Production Act Message
  • 1951, April 30: Military Budget Message
  • 1951, May 7: Civil Defense Dinner Speech
  • 1951, May 9: Industry Council Speech
  • 1951, May 17: Citizenship Conference Speech
  • 1951, May 24: U.S. Attorneys Conference Speech
Box 37
  • 1951, May 24: Mutual Security Program - Foreign Aid Message
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1951, May 25: Barron Amphitheater Dedication
  • 1951, June 7: Press Conference Statement on Inflation
  • 1951, June 11: Midyear Economic Report Memo
  • 1951, June 13: Highway Safety Conference
  • 1951, June 14: Inflation Speech
  • 1951, June 22: N.I.H. Clinical Center Dedication
  • 1951, June 25: Tullahoma, Tennessee Speech
  • 1951, July 4: Defense of Freedom Speech
Box 38
  • 1951, July 23: Midyear Economic Report
  • 1951, July 28: Detroit Speech
  • 1951, July 31: Defense Production Act Speech
  • 1951, August 6: Letter to Philip Murray on Floods
  • 1951, August 7: Letter to Senator McKellar re H.R. 4740
  • 1951, August 8: U.S.O. Speech - Union Station
  • 1951, August 13: American Chemical Society
  • 1951, August 14: American Legion Dedication Speech
  • 1951, August 23: Message to Congress re Price Control
  • 1951, August 23: Press Conference Statement re Kaesong
  • 1951, August 30: U.S.-Philippine Defense Treaty
  • 1951, August 31: "Clothes for Korea" Proclamation
  • 1951, September 1: Governors' Conference Letter
  • 1951, September 3: U.S. Bond Drive Opening Address
  • 1951, September 4: Japan Peace Treaty Speech
  • 1951, September 4: Democratic Luncheon, San Francisco
  • 1951, September 10: International Bank and Fund Meeting
  • 1951, September 11: General Accounting Office Dedication
  • 1951, September 17: Constitution Ceremony, Library of Congress
  • 1951, September 17: Postmasters' Convention Address
  • 1951, September 20: Message to Congress on tax increase
  • 1951, September 26: Italian Horses Speech
Box 39
  • 1951, September 27: Democratic Women's Day Speech
  • 1951, September 27: Message to Congress on Salary Disclosure
  • 1951, September 28: Washington Pilgrimage Speech
  • 1951, October 12: American Legion Letter
  • 1951, October 15: Wake Forest Speech
  • 1951, October 20: - Tax Statement, H.R.4473
  • 1951, October 24: Flood Rehabilitation Act Statement
  • 1951, October 24: American Red Cross Cornerstone Laying Speech
  • 1951, October 27: Gompers Square Speech
  • 1951, October 30: Railroad Retirement Act Statement
  • 1951, November 7: Disarmament Speech
  • 1951, November 11: Armistice Day
  • 1951, November 20: Women's Democratic Club
  • 1952, January 9: State of the Union Message
  • 1952, January 21: Budget Message
  • 1952, April 8: Point IV Conference
  • 1952, April 8: Steel Strike Speech
  • 1952, June 7: 35th Division Reunion
  • 1952, September: Campaign Speeches
Box 40
  • 1952, October: Campaign Speeches
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • 1952, November: Campaign Speeches
  • 1953, January: Truman Messages
  • Speech Clearance and Guidance
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 41
  • Speech Ideas
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Speech Material
  • Speech Preparation
Box 55
    SUBJECT FILE
  • Berlin Conference, July - August, 1945 (2 folders)
  • Berlin Conference, July - August, 1945 - newspaper clippings
Box 56
  • Berlin Conference, July - August, 1945 - European newspaper clippings
  • Berlin Conference, July - August, 1945 - newspapers
  • Central Intelligence
  • Civil Service Commission, policies
  • Clifford, Clark M.
  • Clifford, Clark M. - COPCO Steel and Engineering Co.
  • Clifford, Clark M. - Wisconsin speech, October 20, 1951
Box 57
  • Clifford, Clark M. - newspaper clippings
  • Council of Economic Advisers
  • Decorations, medals, and awards (3 folders)
  • Decorations, medals, and awards - decorations and awards
  • Decorations, medals, and awards - Executive orders
  • Decorations, medals, and awards - Medal for Merit
  • Decorations, medals, and awards - Navy Department Orders and letters
  • Decorations, medals, and awards - War Department Orders and letters
Box 58
  • Displaced persons
  • Eisenhower, Gen. Dwight D.
  • Eisenhower, Gen. Dwight D. - "On Liberation"
  • Eisenhower, Gen. Dwight D. - Truman-Eisenhower meeting, November 18, 1952
  • Foreign Relations - General, 1950-1951 (2 folders)
  • Foreign Relations - Atlantic Pact
  • Foreign Relations - British Crisis (financial), 1949
Box 59
  • Foreign Relations - China
  • Foreign Relations - China (pamphlets)
  • Foreign Relations - China (policy on Formosa)
  • Foreign Relations - Drafts of the President's China Statement, January 20, 1950
  • Foreign Relations - China Lobby
  • Foreign Relations - Churchill-Truman Conference, January 1952
  • Foreign Relations - Economic policy planning
  • Foreign Relations - Economic policy planning (memo to Gordon Gray from W.L. Thorp)
  • Foreign Relations - Foreign Service officers
  • Foreign Relations - Genocide (United Nations)
  • Foreign Relations - Germany
  • Foreign Relations - Hechler study on bipartisan foreign policy
Box 60
  • Foreign Relations - Immigration visas
  • Foreign Relations - Iran
  • Foreign Relations - Land reform proposals
  • Foreign Relations - Liberia
  • Foreign Relations - Marshall plan
  • Foreign Relations - Marshall plan (clippings)
  • Foreign Relations - Mexican affairs
  • Foreign Relations - Morocco (U.S. treaty rights)
  • Foreign Relations - Pacific Islands
  • Foreign Relations - Palestine
  • Foreign Relations - Periodicals (Monthly Survey of American Opinion)
Box 61
  • Foreign Relations - Philippine Affairs
  • Foreign Relations - Philippine Affairs (Spingarn's file)
  • Foreign Relations - Point IV (appropriations)
  • Foreign Relations - Point IV (bills and reports)
  • Foreign Relations - Point IV (Conference)
  • Foreign Relations - Point IV (correspondence)
  • Foreign Relations - Point IV (correspondence - Point IV, meeting, October 18, 1951)
  • Foreign Relations - Point IV (correspondence - illustrations of Technical Assistance)
  • Foreign Relations - Point IV (correspondence and general)
  • Foreign Relations - Point IV (Executive Order)
Box 62
  • Foreign Relations - Point IV (clippings)
  • Foreign Relations - Point IV (pamphlets and miscellaneous)
  • Foreign Relations - Point IV (public opinion)
  • Foreign Relations - Policy Planning (2 folders)
  • Foreign Relations - Publications
  • Foreign Relations - Rio Pact, September 2, 1947
  • Foreign Relations - Rockefeller Report
Box 63
  • Foreign Relations - Russia (1946 report - "American Relations with the Soviet Union") (13 folders)
Box 64
  • Foreign Relations - Russia (1946 - newspaper clippings)
  • Foreign Relations - Russia (1947)
  • Foreign Relations - Russia (1948)
  • Foreign Relations - Russia (1949-1951)
  • Foreign Relations - Spain
  • Foreign Relations - Speeches and statements
  • Foreign Relations - Truman-Shvernik exchange (1951)
Box 65
  • Foreign Relations - Truman Doctrine (Greece and Turkey)
  • Foreign Relations - Truman Doctrine (clippings)
  • Foreign Relations - United Nations
  • Foreign Relations - U.N.N.R.A.
  • Foreign Relations - Mission to Vatican
  • Foreign Relations - Voice of America (information programs, 1950)
  • Foreign Relations - Western European Defense
Box 66
  • Foreign Relations - Western Union
  • Foreign Relations - Western Union (Herbert Hoover's speech, December 21, 1950)
  • Foreign Relations - Yalta
  • Foreign Relations - Yugoslavia
  • General file, 1946-1947 (2 folders)
  • General file, 1948 (2 folders)
  • General file, 1948 - Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America
  • General file, 1948 - CRALOG
  • General file, 1948 - Selective Service Act of 1948
Box 67
  • General file, 1949
  • General file, 1950
  • General file, 1950 - Presidential assignments
  • General file, 1951
  • General file - letters from general public
  • Historical programs - Defense History Program
  • Historical programs - ECA History Project
  • Historical programs - Federal Historical Program
  • Historical programs - Library of Congress
  • Historical programs - National Historical Publications Committee (folders 1 and 2)
Box 68
  • Historical programs - National Historical Publications Committee (folder 3)
  • Historical programs - National Military Museum
  • Historical programs - President's Historical queries
  • Internal Security
  • Internal Security - Civil rights
  • Internal Security - Commission on Exercise of Right to Vote
  • Internal Security - Congressional loyalty investigations (1)
  • Internal Security - Congressional loyalty investigation of Dr. Edwards Condon
  • Internal Security - Congressional loyalty investigation - press coverage of "spy" trials, 1948
  • Internal Security - Congressional loyalty investigations (2)
Box 69
  • Internal Security - Congressional loyalty investigations (3)
  • Internal Security - Federal Employees Loyalty Program, E.O. 9835
  • Internal Security - Federal Employees Loyalty Program, E.O. 9835 - press releases
  • Internal Security - Senator Joseph R. McCarthy statements
  • Internal Security - Senator Joseph R. McCarthy charges (Section no. 1)
  • Internal Security - Senator Joseph R. McCarthy charges (Section no. 1 - clippings)
  • Internal Security - Senator Joseph R. McCarthy charges (Section no. 2)
Box 70
  • Internal Security - Senator Joseph R. McCarthy charges (Section no. 3)
  • Internal Security - Senator Joseph R. McCarthy charges (Section no. 4)
  • Internal Security - Nimitz Commission
  • Internal Security - Pending legislation, 1950
  • Internal Security - "Witch hunting"
Box 71
  • Japan, surrender of, August, 1945
  • Korea - June 24, 1950
  • Korea - June 25, 1950
  • Korea - June 26, 1950
  • Korea - June 27, 1950
  • Korea - June 27, 1950 - Congressional leaders meeting 11:30 a.m.
  • Korea - June 28, 1950
  • Korea - June 29, 1950
  • Korea - June 29, 1950 - White House - State - Defense meetings 5:00 p.m.
  • Korea - June 30, 1950
  • Korea - June 30, 1950 - Congressional leaders meeting 11:00 a.m.
  • Korea - July 1, 1950
  • Korea - July, 1950
  • Korea - Message to Congress on Korean Situation, July 19, 1950
  • Korea - Message to Congress on Korean Situation, July 1950 (Draft of Emergency Powers Act)
Box 72
  • Korea - Message to Congress on Korean Situation, July 19, 1950 - background and press releases
  • Korea - Radio address on Korea, July 19, 1950
  • Korea - Truman-MacArthur-Matthews statements, August, 1950
  • Korea - Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson's resignation, September, 1950
  • Korea - Hawaii-Wake-San Francisco, October 1950 (2 folders)
  • Korea - November, 1950
  • Korea - National Security Council meeting, 3:00 p.m., November 28, 1950
  • Korea - Statement on Korean situation, November 30, 1950
Box 73
  • Korea - Cabinet meeting, 10:00 a.m., December 1, 1950
  • Korea - Congressional leaders meeting, 11:00 a.m., December 1, 1950
  • Korea - Message to Congress on defense appropriations, December 1, 1950
  • Korea - Statement of December 4, 1950
  • Korea - Cabinet meeting, 5:00 p.m., December 5, 1950
  • Korea - Cabinet meeting, 10:00 a.m., December 8, 1950
  • Korea - Economic mobilization meeting, 4:00 p.m., December 11, 1950
  • Korea - Congressional leaders meeting, 10:00 a.m., December 13, 1950
  • Korea - National Emergency proclamation (radio), December 15, 1950 (2 folders)
  • Korea - National Emergency proclamation, December 15, 1950
  • Korea - Eisenhower's report to Cabinet, January 31, 1951
  • Korea - Presidential power to send troops abroad, 1951
Box 74
  • Korea - Foreign policy, MacArthur
  • Korea - MacArthur, draft of majority report
  • Korea - MacArthur, policy statements affecting recall
  • Korea - MacArthur, dismissal - statement of April 10, 1951
  • Korea - MacArthur, dismissal - speech of April 11, 1951
Box 75
  • Korea - MacArthur dismissal - Jefferson-Jackson Day speech, April 14, 1951 (2 folders)
  • Korea - MacArthur dismissal - memoranda
  • Korea - MacArthur dismissal - clippings (folders 1 - 5)
Box 76
  • Korea - MacArthur dismissal - clippings (folders 6 - 7)
  • Korea - New Peace Proposal, 1951
  • Korea - New Peace Proposal, 1951 (clippings)
  • Korea - Congressional meetings, May-June, 1951
  • Korea - Eisenhower conference with the President, November 5, 1951
  • Korea - Beverly Smith's article, Saturday Evening Post, November 10, 1951
  • Korea - Beverly Smith's second article (never published)
  • Korea - Press clippings and summaries (2 folders)
Box 77
  • Korea - miscellaneous
  • Korea - printed background materials
  • Korea - classified background material
  • Korea - State Department chronologies (3 folders)
  • Legislation - 79th Congress
  • Legislation - 79th Congress - labor legislation, May, 1946
Box 78
  • Legislation - 79th Congress - labor legislation, Hobbs Bill
  • Legislation - 79th Congress - labor legislation, O.P.A. press release on coal strike, 1946
  • Legislation - 79th Congress - Truman on railroads, May, 1946
  • Legislation - 79th Congress - Roosevelt on railroads
  • Legislation - 79th Congress - Roosevelt on mines
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 1st Session (general information)
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 1st Session - S.J. Res. 97 (veto)
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 1st Session - National Science Foundation Bill
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 1st Session - Portal to Portal Pay Act (2 folders)
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 1st Session - Taft-Hartley Labor Bill (veto)
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 1st Session - Taft Hartley Veto message, drafts
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 1st Session - Taft-Hartley Bill, clippings
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 1st Session - Tax bills, June and July, 1947
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 1st Session - Second tax bill and clippings
Box 79
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 2nd Session - (general information)
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 2nd Session - S. 1004 veto (Atomic Board bill)
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 2nd Session - Aid to China
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 2nd Session - Hoffman Bill
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 2nd Session - Reciprocal Trade File
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 2nd Session - Tax legislation
  • Legislation - 80th Congress, 2nd Session - Tax veto message, drafts
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 1st Session - (general information)
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 1st Session - Air Force appropriations
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 1st Session - Alaska, survey for railroad to
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 1st Session - Executive pay and other Federal pay bills
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 1st Session - Insurance investigations
Box 80
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 1st Session - Reciprocal trade
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 1st Session - Rules fight in House, January 20, 1949
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 1st Session - St. Lawrence Waterway
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 2nd Session - (general information) (3 folders)
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 2nd Session - Displaced persons
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 2nd Session - Education
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 2nd Session - F.A.O Headquarters loan
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 2nd Session - International Claims Settlement Act of 1949
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 2nd Session - Lobbying
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 2nd Session - McCarran Bill legislation
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 2nd Session - St. Lawrence project
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, 2nd Session - Selective Service
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, Special Session
  • Legislation - 81st Congress, Special Session - I.T.O. membership
Box 81
  • Legislation - 82nd Congress, 1st Session
  • Legislation - 82nd Congress, 1st Session - Crime legislation (2 folders)
  • Legislation - 82nd Congress, 1st Session - Crime legislation (narcotics)
  • Legislation - 82nd Congress, 1st Session - Douglas ethics investigation
  • Legislation - 82nd Congress, 1st Session - Flood emergency
  • Legislation - 82nd Congress, 1st Session - India, aid to
  • Legislation - 82nd Congress, 1st Session - Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act
  • Legislation - 82nd Congress, 2nd Session
  • Legislation - 82nd Congress, 2nd Session
  • Legislation - Voting records 80th-82nd Congresses (2 folders)
Box 82
  • Mutual Security Agency reports to Congress
  • National Defense - Armed Forces unification (folders 1 - 5)
Box 83
  • National Defense - Armed Forces unification (folders 6 - 14)
Box 84
  • National Defense - Armed Forces unification (folders 15 - 17)
  • National Defense - Armed Forces unification, newspaper clippings (folders 1 - 3)
Box 85
  • National Defense - Armed Forces unification, newspaper clippings (folders 4 - 8)
Box 86
  • National Defense - Armed Forces unification, newspaper clippings (folders 9 - 16)
Box 87
  • National Defense - Armed Forces unification, newspaper clippings (folders 17 - 26)
Box 88
  • National Defense - Armed Forces unification, newspaper clippings (folders 27 - 29)
  • National Defense - Atomic energy, 1945-1946
  • National Defense - Atomic energy, 1947-1949
  • National Defense - Atomic energy - announcement of Russian Atomic Bomb, September 23, 1949
  • National Defense - Atomic energy - statement on H.R. 6402
  • National Defense - Atomic energy, 1950
  • National Defense - Atomic energy - McMahan Resolution
  • National Defense - Atomic energy - Speech by Dr. Karl Compton, February 9, 1950
  • National Defense - Atomic energy - Documents
Box 89
  • National Defense - Atomic energy, pamphlets
  • National Defense - Censorship Mobilization Plan
  • National Defense - Defense mobilization
  • National Defense - Marine Corps incident, September, 1950
  • National Defense - Marine Corps incident (telegrams)
  • National Defense - National Security Council
  • National Defense - Psychological Strategy Board
  • National Defense - Security Standards, Executive Order on
  • National Defense - Universal Military Training (folder 1)
Box 90
  • National Defense - Universal Military Training (folders 2 - 3)
  • Official and personal papers - Congressional access to
  • Official and personal papers - Executive Branch files
  • Official and personal papers - disposition of official government papers, 1947 (folder 1)
Box 91
  • Official and personal papers - disposition of official government papers, 1947 (folder 2)
  • Official and personal papers - papers of James Forrestal (3 folders)
  • O.N.I. Weekly, The, 1942-1945
  • Politics - 1949
  • Politics - 1950
Box 92
  • Politics - 1950, elections
  • Politics - 1950, elections post-mortems
  • Politics - 1952, Democratic platform
  • Politics - 1952, elections
  • Politics - Democratic National Committee
  • Postwar Military Organization - outline, study on defense organization
  • Postwar Military Organization - Proposals for defense reorganization
  • Postwar Military Organization - Hearings, House Select Committee, April and May, 1944
  • Postwar Military Organization - Report of Joint Chiefs of Staff, April, 1945
  • Postwar Military Organization - Hearings, Senate Committee on Military Affairs, October 22, 1945
  • Postwar Military Organization - Testimony of Assistant Secretary of Navy Hensel before Senate Committee on Military Affairs, November 7, 1945
  • Postwar Military Organization - Statement, Vice Admiral Cooke before Senate Committee on Military Affairs, November 8, 1945
  • Postwar Military Organization - Draft DWW - "A Department of National Defense"
Box 93
  • Postwar Military Organization - Magazine articles and clippings
  • Postwar Military Organization - Legislation
  • Postwar Military Organization - Memoranda, primary source material
  • Postwar Military Organization - Memo from Clark Clifford to Samuel I. Rosenman, November 8, 1945
  • Postwar Military Organization - Official Army and Navy speeches
  • Postwar Military Organization - Eberstadt Report
  • Postwar Military Organization - 1944
  • Postwar Military Organization - 1945
  • Postwar Military Organization - 1945, "Organization of Armed Forces in Foreign Countries"
Box 94
  • Postwar Military Organization - 1946
  • Postwar Military Organization - 1947
  • The Presidency (5 folders)
  • The Presidency - bibliography
  • The Presidency - Lodge-Gossett Amendment
  • The Presidency - Presidential succession
Box 95
  • The Presidency - tax on expense fund
  • The Presidency - Holiday magazine article, February, 1950
  • Presidential flag and seal
  • Presidential flag and seal - flag of the Vice-President
  • Presidential papers and legislation
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Security Secretariat
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Security Secretariat - system for war
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Security Secretariat - example of need (Aid to Chinese Air Force)
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - President's Advisory Committee on Management Improvement
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - GME's talk on Executive Office reorganization, November 21, 1949
Box 96
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Organization of Executive Branch
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Status of Presidential appointments as of November 15, 1949
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Don K. Price memoranda re Hoover Commission
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Memoranda, December 12, 1946-September 30, 1949
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Memoranda, September 12, 1950-October 9, 1950
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - The President and His Staff Services, by Fritz M. Marx, with reference material compiled by G.M.E.
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Legislative clearance study, May, 1948
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Plans (1920-1937)
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Principal reorganizations (1920-1947)
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Trends in Executive Branch organization
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Annotated Bibliography, September, 1947
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Brown-Lodge Act, H.R. 775 and S. 164, 80th Congress, 1st Session
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - Chart on Organization of Federal Executive Departments and Agencies
  • Reorganization of the Executive Branch - "Liquidation of Federal War Agencies by George E. Allen
Box 97
  • Selective Service
  • Harry S. Truman, 1949-1951 (3 folders)
Box 98
  • Harry S. Truman, 1952-1953
  • Harry S. Truman Library - general file (2 folders)
  • Harry S. Truman Library - administrative arrangement
  • Harry S. Truman Library - annual report of the Archivist
  • Harry S. Truman Library - architectural information
  • Harry S. Truman Library - Harry S. Truman Library, Inc.
  • Harry S. Truman Library - legal questions
  • Harry S. Truman Library - legislation
  • Harry S. Truman Library - National Park Service material
  • Harry S. Truman Library - Henry Thomas Ulasek's survey of potential museum items
  • Harry S. Truman - papers (folders 1 - 3)
Box 99
  • Harry S. Truman - papers (folder 4)
  • Harry S. Truman - remarks on Russia
  • Harry S. Truman - vetoes and appearances before Congress
  • Harry S. Truman - wiretapping
  • Harry S. Truman - newspaper clippings and articles (folders 1 - 3)
Box 100
  • Harry S. Truman - newspaper clippings and articles (folder 4)
  • United Nations Proposals
  • The White House
  • White House aide (3 folders)
  • White House social functions
Box 101
    Personal Correspondence File
  • A
  • Acheson, Dean
  • Dean Acheson Bill
  • Agronsky, Marlen
  • Albion, R.G.
  • Armine, Michael
  • Ayers, Eben
  • B
  • Batt, William, Jr.
  • Bell, David E.
  • Benton, William (Sen.)
  • Birkhead, Ken
  • Brown, Adm. Wilson
  • Boyce, J.E.
  • Boyd, Julian P., Dr.
  • Boyle, William M.
Box 102
  • C
  • Cantril, Dr. Hadley
  • Carter, Jay Franklin
  • Carroll, George A.
  • Chatfield, Helen (White House file survey)
  • Collingwood, Charles
  • D
  • Daniels, Jonathan
  • Dawson, Donald S.
  • Dennison, Robert L.
  • Dreyer, Phil
  • Dulles, John Foster
  • Dupre, March Mathias, Jr. Rear Adm., USN (Ret.)
  • E
  • F
  • Furman, N.H.
  • G
  • Gerrity, John
  • Grover, Wayne C.
  • H
  • Hardy, Benjamin
  • Hassett, William D.
  • Hechler, Kenneth
Box 103
  • Hoeber, Johannes
  • Humelsine, Carlisle H.
  • Johnson, Louis
  • Jones, Joseph M.
  • K
  • L
  • Leahy, Adm. William D.
  • Leopold, R.W.
  • Leva, Marx
  • Lowenthal, Max
  • Mc-Mac
  • McCarthy, Sen. Joseph R.
  • M
  • Morse, Sen. Wayne
  • Morstein Marx, Fritz
  • Murphy, Charles S.
  • N
  • Nash, Philleo
  • Niles, David K.
  • O
  • P
  • Plimpton, Jane
  • Pearlove, Shirley
  • Porter, Paul R.
  • Price, Don
Box 104
  • R
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D., Jr.
  • Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D.
  • Roosevelt, Mrs. Kermit
  • Rosenman, S.I.
  • Ross, Charles G.
  • S
  • Schlesinger, Arthur
  • Sherman, Forest O.
  • Shipman, Fred
  • Short, Joe
  • Sharon, John
  • Snyder, John
  • Souers, Sidney W., Rear Adm. USNR
  • Spingarn, Edward
  • Spingarn, Stephen J.
  • Stassen, Harold H.
  • Stevenson, Adlai
  • Steelman, John R.
  • T
Box 105
  • Tannenwald, Theodore, Jr.
  • Taft, Robert A.
  • Taft, Robert A. (Senate speech January 5, 1951)
  • Truman, Margaret
  • Tully, Grace
  • U
  • V
  • Vaughan, Gen. Harry
  • W
  • Wallace, Henry
  • Wilky, Philip
  • X, Y, Z
Box 106
    Newspaper Clipping File
  • 1943-1947
  • March-May, 1945 (5 folders)
  • Miscellaneous
  • From the Book Collection
Box 107
    Notebook File
  • Mutual Security Act, 1951; M.S.P. Appropriations, F.Y. 1952
  • Mutual Security Act, 1952; M.S.P. Appropriations, F.Y. 1953 (2 notebooks)
  • President's Messages, 79-82 Congresses (4 notebooks)
    TRUMAN PRESIDENCY CHRONOLOGICAL FILE, 1945-1953
Box 108
  • 1945
  • 1946
      [1 of 12, January]
      [2 of 12, February]
      [3 of 12, March]
      [4 of 12, April]
      [5 of 12, May]
      [6 of 12, June]
      [7 of 12, July]
      [8 of 12, August]
      [9 of 12, September]
      [10 of 12, October]
      [11 of 12, November]
      [12 of 12, December]
  • 1947
      [1 of 12, January]
      [2 of 12, February]
      [3 of 12, March]
      [4 of 12, April]
      [5 of 12, May]
      [6 of 12, June]
      [7 of 12, July]
      [8 of 12, August]
      [9 of 12, September]
      [10 of 12, October]
      [11 of 12, November]
      [12 of 12, December]
Box 109
  • 1948
      [1 of 12, January]
      [2 of 12, February]
      [3 of 12, March]
      [4 of 12, April]
      [5 of 12, May]
      [6 of 12, June]
      [7 of 12, July]
      [8 of 12, August]
      [9 of 12, September]
      [10 of 12, October]
Box 110
      [11 of 12, November]
      [12 of 12, December]
  • 1949
      [1 of 12, January]
      [2 of 12, February]
      [3 of 12, March]
      [4 of 12, April]
      [5 of 12, May]
      [6 of 12, June]
      [7 of 12, July]
      [8 of 12, August]
      [9 of 12, September]
      [10 of 12, October]
      [11 of 12, November]
      [12 of 12, December]
Box 111
  • 1949, Outgoing Correspondence - October to December
  • 1950, Outgoing Correspondence - January to June
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1950, Outgoing Correspondence - July to December
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1951, Outgoing Correspondence - January to June
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 112
  • 1951, Outgoing Correspondence - July to December
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1952, Outgoing Correspondence - January to May
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • 1952, Outgoing Correspondence - June to August
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 113
  • 1952-1953, Outgoing Correspondence - September to January
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Acheson's Speech to the Society of Newspaper Editors, April 1950
  • Alsop, Joseph and Stewart, "Why Has Washington Gone Crazy?" Saturday Evening Post, July 29, 1950
  • Article for the Washington Post regarding Harry S. Truman, 1974 [and correspondence with historians]
  • Atomic Bomb—Henry Stimson Telegram, August 6, 1945 [2007 accretion]
  • Atomic Bomb, Russian
  • Attlee-Truman Talks - December 1950
  • Auriol, French President Vincent - Meeting with President Truman, March 29, 1951
  • Barkley, Vice President Alben - Proposed Speech on McCarthy, July 1951
  • Barrett, Edward - Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs
  • Blair House—Conferences with Congressional Leaders, May, 1950 [2007 accretion]
  • Bradley, General Omar N.
  • Brookings Institution [paper on wage and price policy during the Truman administration]
  • Chiang Kai-shek, Madame [2001 accretion]
  • China, Idea About
  • China Lobby
  • Civil Rights [2001 accretion]
  • Clifford, Clark M [2001 accretion].
  • Davlin, James—Secret Service Report, November 10, 1949 [2007 accretion]
  • Defense Production Act
  • De Gasperi, Italian Prime Minister Alcide - Visit to the United States, September 1951
  • Democratic National Committee, 1951
  • Denver Conference, 1951
  • Dinner at the White House, July 11, 1944—Guest List [2007 accretion]
  • Di Salle, Michael V. - Director of Price Stabilization, 1951
  • Donovan, Robert J.
Box 114
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D.
  • Elizabeth, Princess of Great Britain - Visit to the United State, October-November 1951
  • Elsey, George M. - Resignation as Administrative Assistant to the President, November 1951
  • Executive-Legislative Relations, 1951
  • Fair Employment Practice Commission (FEPC)
  • Feeney, Joseph G. - Speech Prepared by George M. Elsey, June 1950
  • Foreign Policy - State Department Pamphlet, "Our Foreign Policy"
  • Foreign Policy, President's Speech on - May 17, 1950
  • Foreign Relations - Truman Doctrine [2001 accretion]
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Fulbright Scholarships, 1951
  • Germany
  • Germany - Allied Reparations Commission [2001 accretion]
  • Guatemala
  • Harry S. Truman Library - Bibliography by Margaret Stapleton, "The Truman and Eisenhower Years, 1945-1960" (1973) [2001 accretion]
Box 115
  • Harry S. Truman Library Institute - "Creating a Classroom for Democracy" [2001 accretion]
  • Hechler, Ken
  • Historians—Truman Handwritten Note, 1950 [2007 accretion]
  • Ideas for Speeches
  • Indonesia
  • International Organization—Truman Reaction to Newspaper Article, 1950 [2007 accretion]
  • International Security Studies [2001 accretion]
  • Iran
  • Japan
  • Jefferson, Thomas
  • Key West
  • Korean War
  • Korean War—Transcript of Conversation with the President (June 27, 1950) and Letter From Researcher (July 22, 1999) [2007 accretion]
  • Lasswell, Harold - "Proposing a Declaration of U.S. Goals and Policies in Peace or War"
  • Lovett, Robert A. - Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1950
  • Lowenthal, Max and the FBI
  • MacArthur, General Douglas
  • McCarthy, Senator Joseph R. and McCarthyism
  • McMahon, Senator Brien
  • Manahan, John E.
  • Map Room and White House Signal Center, 1950
  • Map Room Log—June 26, 1945 to December 12, 1945 [2007 accretion]
  • Marshall Plan - Fiftieth Anniversary [2001 accretion]
  • Medals and Awards
  • Mexico
  • Military Review - Dennis M. Giangreco
  • Mitchell, Dr. Franklin D. [2001 accretion]
  • Morison, Samuel Eliot
  • Mutual Security, Public Advisory Board for - A Trade and Tariff Policy in the National Interest (1953)
  • National Archives
  • National Debt
  • National Historical Publications Commission
  • National Security Council (NSC)
  • New York Herald-Tribune—Truman Reaction to Editorial, May 9, 1951 [2007 accretion]
  • Newman, Robert P. - "Hiroshima and the Trashing of Henry Stimson," New England Quarterly (March 1998)
  • 1948 Election—Truman’s Electoral College Forecast, October 13, 1948 [2007 accretion]
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
  • Notes, Elsey's Handwritten - Meeting between Prime Minister Alcide De Gasperi, President Truman, and Others, the White House, September 25, 1951
  • NSC 68 - "History of NSC 68," Draft, April 30, 1951
  • Office of the Secretary of Defense - Interview of George M. Elsey by Doris Condit, Historical Office, August 1, 1978 [2001 accretion]
  • Palestine
  • Palestine—Memorandum for the President, April 18, 1947 [2007 accretion]
  • Pleven, French Prime Minister Rene - Truman-Pleven Talks, January 29-30, 1951
  • Poem by Truman—Political Opponents [2007 accretion]
  • Point Four Program
  • Politics
Box 116
  • Potsdam Conference—Drafts of Proclamation [2007 accretion]
  • Potsdam Conference—Exchange of Messages Between Truman and Joseph E. Davies [2007 accretion]
  • Potsdam Log [2001 accretion]
  • Presidential Expense Allowance—Truman Reaction to Congressional Tax Proposal, 1951 [2007 accretion]
  • President's Advisory Committee on Management Improvement
  • Press, President Truman and the
  • St. Laurent, Canadian Prime Minister Louis
  • Souers, Admiral Sidney W. - Address Before the Graduating Class of the FBI Academy, September 29, 1950
  • State Department - Cold War Strategy
  • State of the Union Message, 1950
  • System for War [diary entries, correspondence, newspaper clippings, etc. regarding Elsey's work as Assistant to W. Averell Harriman, Mutual Security Director, and Harriman's 1952 presidential campaign, etc., 1951-1953]
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Truman Administration [correspondence with historians, etc.]
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
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Box 117
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  • Truman, Bess and Margaret—Correspondence with George Elsey, 1947-1994 [2007 accretion]
  • Truman, Harry S. - Addresses and Statements
  • Truman, Harry S. - Correspondence with George Elsey, 1949-1971 [2007 accretion]
  • Truman, Harry S. - Doodles, Notes, and Signatures [2007 accretion]
  • Truman, Harry S. - Funeral and Memorial Service [2007 accretion]
  • Truman, Harry S. - Printed Materials, etc. [2001 accretion]
  • Truman, Harry S. - Trips, 1950-1951
  • Truman Library
  • Truman Library - Correspondence with George Elsey, 1992-2007 [2007 accretion]
  • Truman Library Plans—Sketch by President and Memoranda, 1950-1951 [2007 accretion]
  • Truman, Mary Jane—President’s Reaction to Fine for Speeding, May, 1951 [2007 accretion]
  • United Nations
  • Vinson, Records of Chief Justice Fred
  • Voice of America
  • Washington, George—Truman Search for Quotation, 1950 [2007 accretion]
  • Western European Defense
  • Whistle-Stop Trip, Proposed - 1951
  • White House Appropriations
  • White House History—Truman Correspondence with George Elsey, December, 1958 [2007 accretion]
  • White House Security
  • White House Staff Conference
  • Williamsburg, U.S.S. - Presidential Yacht
  • Wilson Center, The - Paper by Robert J. Donovan on Truman's China Policy, April 19, 1979
  • Wilson, Charles E. - Director of Defense Mobilization, 1951
  • Yalta Conference—Summary of Proceedings and Agreements [2007 accretion]

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