Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


Oral History Interviews

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The Truman Library has approximately 500 interviews supplementing the written record of Harry S. Truman's life and times. The interviews are available in transcript form and range in length from fewer than 10 to over 1,000 pages, with most being between 20 and 200 pages. Most of the interviews include a name and subject index attached to the transcript. There is a cumulative index for the entire oral history collection available in the research room at the Library.

The list below gives the name of the person interviewed, his or her principal positions, and the number of pages in the transcript. This list does not include information about specific copyright or donor restrictions. This information is included with the individual interview transcripts. Interviews that were conducted by an oral history program other than the Library's are properly accredited. Interviews with friends, neighbors, and personal associates of Harry S. Truman have been conducted by the National Park Service, and transcripts can be found on their website.


  • IRVIN, ROBERT L. Investigator, Special Committee of the Senate to Investigate the National Defense Program (Truman Committee), 1942. 134 pages.

  • JESSEE, MR. and MRS. RANDALL. Kansas City friends of President and Mrs. Harry S. Truman. 53 pages. Also an interview with Mr. Jessee, conducted by the William Jewell Oral History Project, 39 pages.

  • JOHNSON, JENNIE. Participant in Jackson County politics in the 1930s and following; acquaintance of Harry S. Truman. 65 pages.

  • JOHNSON, JOSEPH E. Chief, Division of International Security Affairs, Department of State, 1945-47; member, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, 1947; Deputy U.S. Representative, Interim Committee, U.N. General Assembly, 1948. 125 pages.

  • JOHNSON, U. ALEXIS. Consul, Manila, Philippines, 1945; detailed to General Headquarters, Supreme Commander, Allied Powers, Tokyo, Japan, August 1945; consul, Yokohama, Japan, April 1946, consul general, 1947-49; Deputy Director, 1949-51, Director, 1951, Office of Northeast Asian Affairs, Department of State; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs, 1951-53. 81 pages.

  • JONES, JOHN WESLEY. Foreign Service officer, 1930-71; First Secretary, U.S. Embassy in Rome, Italy, 1945-48, and U.S. Embassy in Madrid, Spain, 1949-53. 102 pages.

  • JONES, MARVIN. U.S. War Food Administrator, 1943-45; Chief Judge, U.S. Court of Claims, 1947-64. 397 pages.

  • JONES, ROGER W. Assistant Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1945-59. 125 pages.

  • JUDD, WALTER H. Member of Congress from Minnesota, 1943-62; U.S. delegate, 12th General Assembly of the United Nations, 1947. 123 pages. Also an interview conducted by the Former Members of Congress Oral History Project, 49 pages.

  • KAISER, PHILIP M. Assistant Secretary of Labor for International Affairs, 1949-53. 145 pages.

  • KATZ, MILTON. U.S. Special Representative in Europe with rank of Ambassador, 1950-51. 136 pages.

  • KAYLE, MILTON P. Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1951-53. 162 pages.

  • KEECH, RICHMOND B. Administrative Assistant to the President, 1945-46. 49 pages.

  • KEELEY, MARY PAXTON. Journalist and friend of President and Mrs. Harry S. Truman. 58 pages.

  • KEENAN, JOSEPH D. International secretary, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. 61 pages.

  • KELLY, FRANK K. Writer and journalist, speechwriter in the Research Division, Democratic National Committee, 1948. 114 pages.

  • KEMPTON, GRETA Portrait painter; creator of official White House portraits of President Harry S. Truman and First Lady Bess Truman. 19 pages.

  • KENNEDY, JOHN A. Naval liaison officer with the Special Committee of the Senate to Investigate the National Defense Program (Truman Committee). 71 pages.

  • KENNEDY, ROBERT P. Personal chauffeur for Harry S. Truman on Veteran's Day and at the rededication of the Liberty Memorial, Kansas City, Missouri, November 10-11, 1961. 11 pages.

  • KENNEY, W. JOHN. Under Secretary of the Navy, 1947-49; Chief of Mission, Economic Cooperation Administration, United Kingdom, 1949-50; Deputy Director, Mutual Security Agency, 1952. 66 pages.

  • KENT, CARLETON. Washington, D.C. correspondent, Chicago Daily Times and Chicago Sun-Times, 1945-71. 120 pages.

  • KENWORTHY, CARROLL H. Editor of the foreign department of United Press International, Washington, D.C., 1941-67. 65 pages.

  • KENWORTHY, E. W. Executive Director, President's Committee on Equality of Treatment and Opportunity in the Armed Services, 1949-50. 44 pages.

  • KEYSERLING, LEON H. General counsel, National Housing Agency, 1942-46; Vice Chairman, 1946-50, and Chairman, 1950-53, Council of Economic Advisers. 208 pages.

  • KINDLEBERGER, CHARLES P. Chief, Division of German and Austrian Economic Affairs, Department of State, 1945-48. 118 pages.

  • KNAPP, J. BURKE. Special Assistant to the Chairman, Federal Reserve Board, 1945-48; Director, Office of Financial and Development Policy, Department of State, 1948-49; economic adviser to the U.S. Delegation to NATO, 1950-51; U.S. President of the Joint Brazil-U.S. Economic Development Commission, 1951-52; assistant director, Economics Department, 1950-52 and director, Western Hemisphere Department, 1952-56, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. 160 pages.

  • KRISTENSEN, THORKIL. Minister of Finance, Denmark, 1945-47. 13 pages.

  • KRONHEIM, MILTON S., SR. Washington, D.C. businessman and friend of Harry S. Truman. 29 pages.

  • LACY, JANE TAYLOR. Secretary to Judge Harry S. Truman, 1934-35; secretary to Senator Truman, 1935-36. 54 pages.

  • LAGERQUIST, PHILIP D. Archivist, Harry S. Truman Library, 1953-92. 171 pages.

  • LAMBERT, BRUCE E. Friend and Missouri political supporter of Harry S. Truman. 31 pages.

  • LANDRY, ROBERT B. U.S. Army officer, 1932-63; Air Aide to President Truman, 1948-53. 86 pages. Also an interview conducted by the United States Air Force Oral History Program, 1983. 318 pages.

  • LANGE, HALVARD M. Minister of Foreign Affairs, Norway, 1946-65. 35 pages.

  • LARKIN, FELIX E. Associate General Counsel, 1947-49, and General Counsel, 1950-51, Office of the Secretary of Defense. 110 pages.

  • LARSON, JESS. Administrator, War Assets Administration, 1947-49; Administrator, General Services Administration, 1949-53. 110 pages.

  • LAUKHUFF, PERRY. Foreign Service officer; Secretary of Mission, U.S. political adviser for Germany, Berlin, 1945-49; Director, Office of German Political Affairs, Department of State, 1949-52; Special Assistant to the Director, Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State, 1952. 172 pages.

  • LAWRENCE, DAVID L. Mayor of Pittsburgh, Pa., 1946-59; Governor of Pennsylvania, 1959-63. 40 pages.

  • LAWTON, FREDERICK J. Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1950-53. 71 pages.

  • LEDDY, JOHN M. Staff member, Trade Agreements Division, Department of State, 1945-58. 80 pages.

  • LEE, FRED L. Historian, father of an acquaintance of President Truman. 35 pages.

  • LEIGH, VERE C. Member, Battery D, 129th Field Artillery during World War I. 103 pages.

  • LEVA, MARX. Special Assistant and general counsel to the Secretary of Defense, 1947-49; Assistant Secretary of Defense, 1949-51. 97 pages.

  • LEWIS, GEOFFREY W. Deputy Chief, Division of German Economic Affairs, Department of State, 1949-50; Deputy Director, Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State, 1950-55. 90 pages.

  • LIGHTNER, E. ALLAN, JR. Foreign Service officer, 1930-70; Deputy Director, Office of Political Affairs, U.S. High Commission, Germany, 1949-51; Deputy Chief of Mission and counselor, U.S. Embassy in Seoul, Korea, 1951-53. 142 pages.

  • LILLY, EDWARD D. Special Assistant to the Director of the Office of War Information, 1944-1945; Historian and Advisor to the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Psychological Warfare, 1946-1952; Member, Office of Plans, Psychological Strategy Board, 1952. 17 pages.

  • LINCOLN, GOULD. Columnist, Washington (D.C.) Evening Star, 1909-1974. 29 pages.

  • LITTLE, CHRISTINE HARDY. Widow of Benjamin H. Hardy, Chief Public Affairs Officer, Technical Cooperation Administration, Department of State, 1950-51. 34 pages.

  • LIVERMORE, SHAW. Staff member, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1949-51; representative of the Office of Defense Mobilization on the National Security Council Planning Board, 1952-53. 65 pages.

  • LOCKE, EDWIN A., JR. Personal Representative of the President to China, 1945; Special Assistant to the President, 1946-47; Ambassador in charge of U.S. Mission to the Near East, 1951-52. 134 pages.

  • LOEB, JAMES I. National director, Americans for Democratic Action, 1947-51. 232 pages.

  • LOMBARDO, IVAN MATTEO. Chief, Delegation to U.S. Treaty Negotiations, Italy, 1947. Two interviews, 82 pages.

  • LOUCHHEIM, KATIE. Delegate to the 1948 and 1952 Democratic National Conventions; Director of Women's Activities, Democratic National Committee, 1953-60; Vice Chairman, Democratic National Committee, 1956-60. 88 pages.

  • LOVETT, ROBERT A. Under Secretary of State, 1947-49; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1950-51; Secretary of Defense, 1951-53. 34 pages.

  • LOWENTHAL, MAX. Counsel to the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee, 1935-41. 117 pages.

  • LOWRY, W. McNEIL. Chief, Washington, D.C., Bureau, James M. Cox Newspapers, 1947-52. 85 pages.

  • LUBIN, ISADOR. Commissioner of Labor Statistics, Department of Labor, 1933-46; U.S. Associate Representative with the rank of Minister, Allied Reparations Commission, Moscow, 1945; U.S. Representative to the Economic and Employment Commission, U.N. Economic and Social Council, 1946-49; Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State, 1949-50; U.S. Representative with the rank of Minister, U.N. Economic and Social Council, 1950-53. 43 pages.

  • McCOLM, GEORGE L. Lieutenant, US Navy, 1944; Chief of Agriculture, Joint Army-Navy Planning and Training Staffs, The Presidio, Monterey, California, 1945, War Department; in charge of Military Government, Ponape Island, 1945-46; Soil Conservation Officer, Navajo Reservation, Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1946-52; Director, Bureau of Indian Affairs Nursery, 1952-57. 151 pages.

  • McCUNE, WESLEY. Executive Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture, 1948-53. 188 pages.

  • McDIARMID, O. J. Chief, Monetary Affairs, Department of State, 1949-51. 51 pages.

  • MacDONALD, DONALD J. Naval officer; commander of the presidential yacht, USS Williamsburg, 1948-51. 78 pages.

  • McENERY, JOHN P. Member, 1944-48, and vice chairman, 1946-48, California State Democratic Central Committee. 273 pages.

  • McFALL, JACK K. Foreign Service officer, 1947-55. 139 pages.

  • McGHEE, GEORGE C. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian and African Affairs, 1949-51; Ambassador to Turkey, 1951-53. 63 pages.

  • McGHEE, ROY L. Reporter for United Press International; Superintendent of the Senate Periodical Press Gallery, 1973-91. Interview conducted by the Senate Historical Office. 191 pages.

  • McGOWAN, CARL. Member of the staff of Governor Adlai E. Stevenson, 1949-53. 89 pages.

  • McGRATH, HAROLD I. Director, Democratic State Central Committee of California, 1948. 103 pages.

  • McKIM, EDWARD D. Chief Administrative Assistant to the President, 1945. 177 pages.

  • McNEIL, WILFRED J. Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, 1947-49; Assistant Secretary of Defense and Comptroller, Department of Defense, 1949-59. 219 pages.

  • MACY, J. NOEL. Assistant Chief, International Information Division, Department of State, 1945-46; Chief, International Press and Publications Division, Department of State, 1946-48. 59 pages.

  • MAFFRY, AUGUST. Vice president and economic adviser, Export-Import Bank, 1945-47; consultant, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948-51. 38 pages.

  • MAKINS, SIR ROGER M. (LORD SHERFIELD). Assistant Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, United Kingdom, 1947-48; Deputy Under Secretary of State, United Kingdom, 1948-52; Ambassador to the United States, 1952-56. Two interviews, 70 pages.

  • MAKTOS, JOHN. Assistant Legal Adviser for International Organization, 1947-51, and Assistant Legal Adviser for Near Eastern, South Asian and African Affairs, Department of State, 1951-52. 48 pages.

  • MALAGODI, GIOVANNI. Member, Italian delegation, Organization for European Economic Cooperation, 1947-53. 39 pages.

  • MALETZ, HERBERT N. Attorney-Investigator, Special Committee of the Senate to Investigate the National Defense Program (Truman Committee), 1941-42. 59 pages.

  • MANN, THOMAS C. Foreign Service officer, 1946-67; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, 1950-51. 99 pages.

  • MARA, CORNELIUS J. Assistant military aide to the President, 1949-52. 125 pages.

  • MARJOLIN, ROBERT. Secretary General, Organization for European Economic Cooperation, France, 1948-55. Two interviews, 57 pages.

  • MARKEZINIS, SPYROS. Minister for Coordination and Economic Planning, Greece, 1949-54. 79 pages.

  • MARKS, TED. Harry S. Truman's friend and fellow officer in World War I. 83 pages.

  • MARSHALL, CHARLES BURTON. Consultant, Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees, 1946-47; consultant, House Committee on Foreign Affairs, 1947-50; member of the Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, 1950-53. 162 pages.

  • MARTIN, EDWIN McCAMMON. Deputy Director, Office of International Trade Policy, 1948-49; Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, 1949-52; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs, 1952-53. 56 pages.

  • MARTIN, EDWIN W. Consul, Taipei, Formosa, 1949-50; Second Secretary and consul, U.S. Embassy in Rangoon, Burma, 1950-51; staff member, 1952 and Deputy Director, 1953-54, Office of Chinese Affairs, Department of State. 116 pages.

  • MASON, EDWARD S. Economic consultant to the Department of State, 1946-47; chief economic adviser, U.S. delegation, Conference of Foreign Ministers (Moscow), 1947; Member, President's Materials Policy Commission, 1951-52. 46 pages.

  • MASON, LOWELL B. Member, Federal Trade Commission, 1945-56. 82 pages.

  • MATHEWS, ELBERT G. Assistant Chief, 1947-48, Chief, 1948-49, Division of South Asian Affairs, Department of State; Director, Office of South Asian Affairs, Department of State, 1950-51; consul general, Istanbul, Turkey, 1951-52. 77 pages.

  • MATLOCK, CLIFFORD C. Political adviser, European Coordinating Committee, London, 1949-50; political officer, U.S. delegation, North Atlantic Council, London, 1949-50; political officer and Director, Plans and Policy Staff, Office of U.S. Special Representative in Europe, 1952-53. 195 pages.

  • MATSCHECK, WALTER. Director, Kansas City Civic Research Institute, 1921-36. 81 pages.

  • MATTEI, FRANCO. Member, Committee for European Economic Cooperation, Italy. 27 pages.

  • MATTHEWS, H. FREEMAN. Member, U.S. delegation, Berlin Conference, 1945; political adviser, Council of Foreign Ministers meetings, Moscow, 1945, Paris, 1946, New York, 1946; Ambassador to Sweden, 1947-50; Deputy Under Secretary of State, 1950-53. 35 pages.

  • MEADER, GEORGE. Assistant Counsel, Special Committee of the Senate to Investigate the National Defense Program (Truman Committee), 1943-45. 36 pages.

  • MEADOR, JOHN W. Grandview, Missouri, friend of the Truman family. 80 pages.

  • MEISBURGER, EDWARD P. Member, Battery D, 129th Field Artillery during World War I. SEE the listing for DONNELLY, EUGENE and EDWARD P. MEISBURGER

  • MELBY, JOHN F. Second Secretary, U.S. Embassy in Chongqing, China, 1945-46 and Nanjing, China, 1946-48; official, Office of Philippine and Southeast Asian Affairs, Department of State, 1949-52; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs, 1952. 324 pages.

  • MENEFEE, WALTER B. Member of Battery D, 129th Field Artillery in World War I. 16 pages.

  • MERCHANT, LIVINGSTON. Counselor for Economic Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Paris, France, 1945-46; Chief, Aviation Division, Department of State, 1946-48; Counselor, U.S. Embassy in Nanjing, China, 1948-49; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs, 1949-51; Deputy for Political Affairs to U.S. Special Representative in Europe, 1952-53. 40 pages.

  • MIALL, LEONARD. BBC correspondent in the United States, 1945-53. 55 pages.

  • MILLER, RAYMOND W. Consultant with the Point 4 Program, 1949-56. 191 pages.

  • MOCH, JULES. Minister of the Interior, 1947-48, Minister of Defense, 1950-51, France. 39 pages.

  • MONTAGUE, SAMUEL A. Public Relations, Department of Agriculture Joint Commission in Mexico, 1948-50; Embassy Attaché, American Embassy, Mexico City, 1950-52; ran public relations firm, Mexico City, 1950-56; Special Projects Director, Hallmark Corporation, 1959-63; joined Potts, Woodbury Advertising Firm 1963; Director of Tourism for Kansas City 1963- . 81 pages.

  • MONTGOMERY, MRS. FRANCIS H. Grandview, Missouri, friend of the Truman family. 66 pages.

  • MORISON, H. GRAHAM. Assistant Attorney General, Claims Division, 1948-50, and Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Division, 1950-52, Department of Justice. 451 pages.

  • MORSE, DAVID A. Assistant Secretary of Labor, 1945-47; Under Secretary of Labor, 1947-48; director-general, International Labor Office, 1948-70. 173 pages.

  • MOSEMAN, ALBERT H. Official, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1936-1956. 10 pages.

  • MUCCIO, JOHN H. Ambassador to Korea, 1949-52; Envoy Extraordinary to Iceland, 1954. 152 pages.

  • MURPHY, CHARLES S. Administrative Assistant to the President, 1947-50; Special Counsel to the President, 1950-53. 549 pages. See also The Truman White House oral history interview. Also, an interview with James Hyde, Jr. and Stephen J. Wayne, 23 pages.

  • MURPHY, HARRY E. Member, Battery D, 129th Field Artillery during World War I. 31 pages.

  • MYER, DILLON S. Director, War Relocation Authority, 1942-46; Commissioner, Federal Public Housing Administration, 1946-47; president, Institute of Inter-American Affairs, 1947-50; Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1950-53. Interview conducted by the Regional Oral History Office, University of California, Berkeley. 409 pages.

  • NASH, PHILLEO. Special Assistant to the Director, Office of War Information, 1942-46; Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1946-52; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1952-53; chairman, Democratic Party of Wisconsin, 1955-57; lieutenant governor of Wisconsin, 1959-61; Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1961-66. 795 pages.

  • NATHAN, ROBERT R. Chairman, Planning Commission War Production Board, 1942-1943; Deputy Director, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, 1945; UN Korean Reconstruction Agency, 1952-1953. 105 pages.

  • NEUSTADT, RICHARD. Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1950-53. See also The Truman White House oral history interview.

  • NEWCOMB, ROBINSON. Economist, Council of Economic Advisers, 1947-50. 59 pages.

  • NICHOL, HENRY F. Administrative Assistant, Farm Security Administration, 1937-46; foreign affairs specialist, Department of State, 1946-63. 25 pages.

  • NITZE, PAUL H. Vice Chairman, U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey, 1944-46; Deputy Director, Office of International Trade Policy, Department of State, 1946; Deputy to the Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, 1948-49; Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, 1950-53. 365 pages.

  • NIXON, ROBERT G. Washington, D.C. correspondent, International News Service, 1944-58. 1057 pages.

  • NOLAND, MARY ETHEL. Cousin of Harry S. Truman. 213 pages.

  • NOLTING, FREDERICK E., JR. Department of State official, 1946-63; Assistant to Deputy Under Secretary of State, 1950-53. 38 pages.

  • NORDAHL, KONRAD. Chairman, Federation of Labor Unions, Norway. 15 pages.

  • NOURSE, EDWIN G. Chairman, Council of Economic Advisors, 1946-49. 121 pages.

  • OCKRENT, ROGER. Secretary for the Administration of the Marshall Plan in Belgium, 1948-53. 40 pages.

  • ODUM, REATHEL M. Personal Secretary to Mrs. Harry S. Truman, 1945-53. 138 pages.

  • OHLY, JOHN H. Special Assistant to the Secretary of War, 1946; Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, 1947-49; Deputy Director, Mutual Defense Assistance Program, Department of State, 1949-50; Assistant Director, Office of International Security Affairs, Department of State, 1951; Special Assistant for Mutual Security Affairs in the Office of the Secretary of State, 1951-52. 139 pages.

  • OSBORN, FREDERICK. U.S. Deputy Representative to the U.N. Atomic Energy Commission, 1947-50. 90 pages.

  • PACE, FRANK, JR. Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1949-50; Secretary of the Army, 1950-53. 174 pages.

  • PALMER, MRS. W. L. C. High school teacher of Harry S. Truman. 65 pages.

  • PARSONS, J. GRAHAM. Assistant Chief, Division of British Commonwealth Affairs, Department of State, 1945-47; Assistant to the Personal Representative of the President to the Vatican, 1947-48; First Secretary and consul, U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, India, 1948-50; Deputy Director, Office of European Regional Affairs, Department of State, 1951-53. 105 pages.

  • PAULEY, EDWIN W. Treasurer of the Democratic National Committee, 1942-48; a principal supporter of Harry S. Truman for the vice-presidential nomination, 1944; director of the Democratic National Convention, 1944; Democratic National Committeeman, 1944-48; U.S. Representative on the Reparations Commission, with rank of Ambassador, 1945-47; Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Army, 1947; adviser to the Secretary of State on reparations, 1947-48. 100 pages.

  • PELLA, GIUSEPPE. Prime Minister, Italy, 1953-54. 12 pages.

  • PERKINS, PANSY and PAULINE SIMS. Grandview, Missouri, friends of the Truman family. 71 pages.

  • PERLMETER, IRVING. Assistant Press Secretary to the President, 1950-53. 66 pages.

  • PESMAZOGLU, JOHN S. Director General, Ministry of Coordination in Charge of Planning Economic Development, Greece, 1951-55. 7 pages.

  • PETERS, MIZE. Independence friend of President and Mrs. Harry S. Truman. 78 pages.

  • PLOWDEN, EDWIN NOEL. Chairman, Economic Planning Board, Great Britain, 1947-53. 63 pages.

  • POLLARD, DIXIE. Daughter of Ted Sanders, Cattleman and Farmer; Friend of Harry S. Truman; President, Truman for Senator Committee, Cameron, Missouri, 1934. 6 pages.

  • PORTER, JAMES WOODROW "BUD." Reporter, Kansas City Star, 1944-73. Interview conducted by the William Jewell College Oral History Project, 42 pages.

  • PORTER, PAUL R. Deputy and later Chief, Mission for Economic Affairs, U.S. Embassy in London, United Kingdom, 1945-47; chief, U.S. delegation, Economic Commission for Europe, Geneva, Switzerland, 1947-49; Chief, Economic Cooperation Administration Mission to Greece, 1949-50; Assistant Administrator, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1950-51; and Deputy U.S. Special Representative in Europe, Mutual Security Program, Paris, France, 1952-53. 77 pages.

  • PREGLAU, GUIDO. Member, UNRRA Bureau in Austrian Federal Chancellery, 1945-46; member, Central Office for European Recovery Program Affairs, 1947. 20 pages.

  • PRESTON, LIBERTY L., MARY L. DELOZIER, AND MARY B. HARRIS. Children and grandchild of Henry G. Bennett, first administrative director of the Technical Cooperation Administration, Department of State, 1951. 98 pages.

  • PROCTOR, FRANKLIN W. Department of State employee, 1937-73; member, Board of Directors, Department of State Recreation Association. 89 pages.

  • PRUDEN, EDWARD H. Pastor, First Baptist Church, Washington, D.C., 1936-69. 25 pages.

  • PULLEY, GERALD PAUL. Commander, US Navy; crewman of the USS Williamsburg. 65 pages.

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