Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


PERSONAL PAPERS and ORGANIZATIONAL RECORDS

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The Truman Library has accumulated approximately 600 collections of President Truman's relatives, friends and associates.

The online finding aids are intended to provide information to researchers intending to make a research visit to the library, not as a means of selecting materials for mail order photocopying. The folder titles are typically not specific enough for that purpose.


  • INDEPENDENCE (MISSOURI) SCHOOL DISTRICT. Records, 1888-1899. Less than one-half of one linear foot (about 600 pages). Consists of two ledger books containing information about the attendance and grades of pupils at the Noland School in Independence, Missouri. Included are the grades and attendance records of Harry S. Truman.

  • IVERSON, KENNETH R. Deputy Chief for Operations, Special Mission, Economic Cooperation Administration, Greece, 1948-50; president, Institute of Inter-American Affairs, 1950-52. Papers, 1942-55. 1 linear foot, 4 linear inches.

  • JACKSON COUNTY (MISSOURI) ELECTION BOARD. Records, 1932-1956. 2 linear inches.

  • JACKSON COUNTY (MISSOURI) RECORDER'S OFFICE. Records, 1860-1966. 5 linear inches.

  • JACOBSON, EDWARD. Kansas City businessman, U.S. Army associate and friend of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1919-55. 1 linear foot and 1 reel of microfilm.

  • JANSSEN, WILLIAM W. Engineman Third Class, U.S. Navy, on U.S.S. Williamsburg and Lenore, 1945-1948. Papers, 1930-1948. About 15 pages.

  • JESSUP, JOHN A. Official, Federal Public Housing Authority, 1942-46; U.S. Office of Education, 1952. Papers, 1942-52. About 600 pages.

  • JOHNSON, EARL D. Assistant Secretary, 1950-52, and Under Secretary, 1952-54, of the Army. Papers, 1922-54. 7.5 linear feet.

  • JOHNSON, EDGAR A. J. Civil Administrator, South Korean Interim Government, 1946-47; Chief Adviser to the Government of Korea, 1947-48; Division Director, Korean Program, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948-51; economic adviser, Economic Cooperation Administration Mission to Greece, 1951-52. Papers, 1946-65. 5 linear feet.

  • JOHNSON, FRANK E. Deputy Administrator, Defense Minerals Exploration Administration, 1950-58. Papers, 1939-57. About 800 pages.

  • JOHNSON, HERSCHEL V. Minister to Sweden, 1941-46; Deputy U.S. Representative, U.N. Security Council, 1946-48; Ambassador to Brazil, 1948-53. Papers, 1929-53. 12 linear feet.

  • JOHNSON, NIEL M. Archivist, Harry S. Truman Library, 1977-1992. Papers, 1945-2006. 5 linear inches.

  • JONAS, HARRY S. Chairman, Harry S. Truman Statue Committee, 1972-1976. Papers, 1956-1977. 2.5 linear inches

  • JONES, J. WELDON. Insular Auditor and financial adviser to the High Commissioner and Acting High Commissioner of the Philippines, 1934-40; Assistant Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1941-55. Papers, 1929-72. 23 linear feet.

  • JONES, JOSEPH M. Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, 1946-48. Papers, 1928-1987. 2 linear feet, 7 linear inches.

  • JONES, OWEN T. Foreign Service Officer in Korea, Syria, Israel, and Turkey, 1948-1956. Papers 1927-1979. 3 linear feet, 6 linear inches.

  • JUNO, IRENEE. Publicist, President's Cup Regatta, 1946; Publicist, Cherry Blossom Festival, 1947; Co-Chairman, Inaugural Ball Publicity Committee, 1952-1953. Papers, 1940-1962. About 60 pages.

  • KAISER, PHILIP M. Assistant Secretary of Labor in Charge of International Affairs, 1949-1952. Papers, 1935-2005. 14 linear feet.

  • KATZ, MILTON. Professor of law, Harvard University, 1939-78; U.S. special representative in Europe, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1950-51. Papers, 1932-52. 13 linear feet. Includes documents summarizing two of Katz's meetings with President Dwight Eisenhower which are available online for viewing.

  • KAYLE, MILTON P. Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1951-53. Papers, 1951-53. About 600 pages.

  • KEELEY, MARY PAXTON. Journalist and friend of Mr. and Mrs Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1906-63. About 800 pages.

  • KEITH, NATHANIEL S. Assistant to the Administrator, Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1947-49; Director, Division of Slum Clearance and Urban Redevelopment, Housing and Home Finance Agency, 1949-53. Papers, 1935-68. 1 linear foot, 9 linear inches.

  • KELLER, K. T. Chairman, President's Advisory Committee on the Merchant Marine, 1946-47; Director of Guided Missiles, Office of Secretary of Defense, 1950-53. Papers, 1947-54. About 800 pages.

  • KEMPTON, GRETA. Portrait painter who painted the official portraits of President and Mrs. Truman. Papers, 1930-1991. 8 linear feet, 9 linear inches.

  • KENNEY, W. JOHN. Under Secretary of the Navy, 1947-49. Papers, 1946-49. 3 linear feet.

  • KEYSERLING, LEON H. General counsel, National Housing Authority, 1942-46; Vice Chairman, 1946-50, and Chairman, 1950-53, Council of Economic Advisers. Papers, 1923-89. 35 linear feet (approximately 70,000 pages).

  • KIMBALL, DAN A. Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air, 1949; Under Secretary of the Navy, 1949-51; Secretary of the Navy, 1951-53. Papers, 1949-53. 3 linear feet.

  • KINDLEBERGER, CHARLES P. Official with the Office of Strategic Services, 1942-45; official with the Department of State, 1945-48; professor of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1948-81. Papers, 1932-92. 4.9 linear feet.

  • KING, LINDA Friend of Bess W. Truman. Papers, 1945-1949. About 200 pages.

  • KITCHEN, WILLIAM A. Kansas City attorney and political associate of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1934-45. About 300 pages.

  • KNOX, CHARLES F., Jr. Counselor of U.S. Mission to Israel, Tel Aviv, 1947-1948; Consul General, Curacao, Dutch West Indies, 1949-1952. Papers, 1948-1998. About 300 pages.

  • KNUDSON, JAMES K. Member, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1950-54. Papers, 1930-63. 1 linear foot.

  • KOCH, HENRY Officer in Charge, German Trade and Finance, Department of State, 1949-1950. Papers, 1948-1950. 2.5 linear inches

  • KOEHLER, JOHN T. Assistant Secretary of the Navy, 1949-51. Papers, 1949-51. About 300 pages.

  • KOREAN WAR COLLECTION. Papers, 1950-2014. About 100 pages.

  • LAMONT, LANSING. Author. Papers, 1942-64. 2 linear feet. Relates to Lamont's Day of Trinity (New York, 1965) and includes transcripts of his interviews with atomic scientists.

  • LANDRY, ROBERT B. Air Aide to President Truman, 1948-1953. Papers, 1934-1999. 1 linear foot, 4 linear inches.

  • LARKIN, FELIX E. Assistant Counsel, Senate Special Committee to Investigate the National Defense Program, 1947; Associate General Counsel, 1947-49, and General Counsel, 1950-51, Office of the Secretary of Defense. Papers, 1947-51. 4.7 linear feet.

  • LASSETER, DILLARD B. Administrator, Farmers Home Administration, 1946-53. Papers, 1944-54. About 400 pages.

  • LAUGHLIN, ANNE. Chief of mission, UNICEF, Bulgaria, 1946-50. Papers, 1936-57. 2 linear feet.

  • LAWRENCE, JOSEPH D. Director of Finance and Accounts, Farm Credit Administration, 1945-48. Papers, 1932-60. 1 linear foot.

  • LAWTON, FREDERICK J. Executive Assistant, Bureau of the Budget, 1935- ; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1948; Assistant Director, 1949, and Director, 1950-53, Bureau of the Budget; member, Civil Service Commission, 1953-63. Papers, 1943-63. 5 linear feet.

  • LINCOLN, FRANCIS F. Member, American Mission to Greece, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1947-50; economist, Department of State, 1950-60. Papers, 1945-67. 5 linear feet. Includes information on the Greek civil war and the Truman Doctrine.

  • LINCOLN, KATHERINE FITE. Member of the staff of the Office of the U.S. Chief of Counsel for the Prosecution of Axis Criminality, July-December 1945. Papers, 1941(1945)-(1948) 1976. About 1,500 pages.

  • LINGO, JANE. Friend of Margaret Truman and the Truman family. Papers, 1932-2005. 1 linear foot, 4 linear inches.

  • LLOYD, DAVID D. Administrative Assistant to the President, 1951-53; executive director, Harry S. Truman Library, Inc., 1953-62; Assistant to former President Truman, 1953-62. Papers, 1949-63. 32 linear feet.

  • 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. Papers, 1941-53. 3 linear feet.

  • LOCKETT, EDWARD B. Correspondent for Time, Inc. Papers, 1944-84. About 800 pages.

  • LONG, WESTRAY BATTLE BOYCE. Director of the Women's Army Corps, 1945-47. Papers, 1933-62. 1 linear foot, 9 linear inches.

  • LONGSTREET, VICTOR M. Economist, Department of State, 1945-48; economist, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948-52. Papers, 1945-83. About 200 pages.

  • LOVETT, ROBERT A. Assistant Secretary of War for Air, 1940-43; Under Secretary of State, 1947-49. Papers, 1940-49. 10 linear inches.

  • LOWENTHAL, MAX Chief Counsel, U.S. Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce, 1935-1941. Papers, 1940-1941. 2.5 linear inches.

  • LYNCH, THOMAS J. Assistant general counsel, 1943-47, and general counsel, 1947-53, Department of the Treasury. Papers, 1942-57. 6 linear feet.

  • LYONS, LEONARD. Columnist for the New York Post, 1934-1974. Papers, 1956-1971. About 50 pages.

  • McCABE, LOUIS C. Chief, Utilities Branch, Army Corps of Engineers, 1941-44; Chief, Solid Fuels Section, SHAEF, 1944-45. Papers, 1943-47. 4 linear feet.

  • McCAHILL, WILLIAM P. Executive Secretary, President's Committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped, 1949-62. Papers, 1948-51. About 300 pages.

  • McCAULEY, WILLIAM. Director, Bureau of Employees' Compensation, Federal Security Agency, 1946-50, and Department of Labor, 1950-63. Papers, 1916-1964. About 800 pages.

  • McCLUNEY, FORREST. Office of Research and Intelligence, Department of State, 1945-1950; European Director, Radio Free Europe, 1950-1951; Deputy Chairman, American Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia, Inc., 1951-1952. Papers, 1937-1965. 5.6 linear feet.

  • McCOLM, GEORGE L. Naval Officer in Charge of Agricultural Planning for the Invasion and Occupation of Japan, 1945. Papers, 1903-1997. 5 linear inches.

  • McCORMICK, CLARENCE J. Under Secretary of Agriculture, 1949-53. Papers, 1950-52. 1 linear foot.

  • McCORMICK, KEN D. Editor in Chief, Doubleday & Company, 1942-1971. Papers, 1949-1991. 2.5 linear inches.

  • McCUNE, WESLEY. Executive Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture, 1948-53. Papers, 1947-52. 1 linear foot.

  • McDONALD, HARRY A. Commissioner, Securities and Exchange Commission, 1947-51; Administrator, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1952-53. Papers, 1938-64. 10 linear inches (about 1,200 pages).

  • McENERY, JOHN P. Member, California State Democratic Central Committee. Papers, 1944-58. 1 linear foot.

  • McGEE, THOMAS. Kansas City, Missouri businessman and friend of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1931-1945. 2.5 linear inches.

  • McGHEE, GEORGE C. Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian and African Affairs, 1949-51; Ambassador to Turkey, 1951-53. Papers, 1950-54. 1 linear foot.

  • McGOHEY, JOHN F. X. U.S. Attorney, Southern District of New York, 1944-49; U.S. District Judge, Southern District of New York, 1949-70. Papers, 1944-72. 5 linear feet.

  • McGRATH, EARL J. U.S. Commissioner of Education, 1949-53. Papers, 1949-53. 3 reels of microfilm. Copied from original documents in the possession of the McGrath family.

  • McGRATH, J. HOWARD. U.S. Senator from Rhode Island, 1947-49; chairman, Democratic National Committee, 1947-49; Attorney General of the United States, 1949-52. Papers, 1934-52. 88 linear feet.

  • McGUIRE, CHARLES H. Director, National Shipping Authority, 1951-53; Director, Office of the National Shipping Authority and Government Aid, Maritime Administration, 1953-55. Papers, 1951-55. 1 linear foot.

  • McKEE, JOHN L. U.S. Army officer, Headquarters, European Command, 1949-53. Papers, 1917-54. About 250 pages.

  • McKIM, EDWARD D. Chief Administrative Assistant to the President, 1945. Papers, 1940-63. About 300 pages. Composed primarily of correspondence between McKim and Truman.

  • MacKNIGHT, JESSE M. Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1945-56; Foreign Service officer, 1956-72; Charge d'Affaires, Surinam, 1956-58; Charge d'Affaires, Togo, 1959-60; U.N. Adviser, Bureau of African Affairs, Department of State, 1961-72. Papers, 1936-72. 6 linear feet.

  • McNAUGHTON, FRANK. Washington, D.C. correspondent, Time magazine, 1941-49. Papers, 1938-52. 10 linear feet.

  • McNAUGHTON, FRANK, and WALTER HEHMEYER. Authors. Papers, 1945. About 500 pages. Draft and proofs of This Man Truman (New York, 1945).

  • MAG, ARTHUR. Attorney for Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1953-67. About 300 pages.

  • MAHER, SISTER PATRICK ELLEN. Professor. Research materials relating to Harry S. Truman's political campaigns and to the work of the Truman Committee, 1922-64. 1 linear foot.

  • MALONEY, WALTER H. and MADELINE F. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1936-1978. About 200 pages.

  • MARA, CORNELIUS J. Assistant Military Aide to the President, 1949-52. Papers, 1944-50. About 250 pages.

  • MARKS, TED. Friend of President Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1916-1992. 2.5 linear inches.

  • MARQUIS, GEORGE C. Friend of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1934-59. About 500 pages. Relates to the Masonic Order in Missouri.

  • MASON, LOWELL B. Member, Federal Trade Commission, 1945-56. Papers, 1941-2006. 1 linear foot, 9 linear inches. About 2,400 pages.

  • MATTHEWS, FRANCIS P. Secretary of the Navy, 1949-51; Ambassador to Ireland, 1951-52. Papers, 1932-52. 29 linear feet.

  • MAXWELL, ROBERT W. Commissioner, Bureau of Accounts, Department of the Treasury, 1945-60. Papers, 1784-1961 (bulk date span 1945-1960). Less than 1 linear foot (about 800 pages).

  • MEHL, JOSEPH M. Administrator, Commodity Exchange Authority, 1947-54. Papers, 1916-74. 14 linear feet.

  • MEISBURGER, EDWARD P. Sergeant, Battery D, 129th Field Artillery, World War I; Friend of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1921-1980. 4 linear inches.

  • 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. Papers, 1922-78. 15 linear feet.

  • MESSALL, VICTOR R. Secretary to Senator Harry S. Truman, 1935-41. Papers, 1933-70. 5 linear feet.

  • MILLER, EDWARD G., JR. Assistant Secretary of State for the American Republics Area, 1949-52. Papers, 1943-52. 2 linear feet.

  • MILLER III, JO ZACH. Friend of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1932-1968. 2.5 linear inches.

  • MILLER, MERLE. Novelist; television writer and interviewer of Harry S. Truman; author of Plain Speaking: An Oral Biography of Harry S. Truman (1974). Papers, 1863-1976. 4 linear feet. Includes approximately seven and one-half hours of audio recordings, featuring conversations between Miller, Truman, and others. Copied from original materials at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library.

  • MINTON, SHERMAN. Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1949-56. Papers, 1949-56. 3 linear feet, 11 linear inches.

  • MISCELLANEOUS HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS COLLECTION. Papers, 1544-2005. 15.25 linear feet. Collection contains letters, memoirs, financial and legal records, and memorabilia somehow relating to President Harry S. Truman that have been donated to Library by various donors since its opening in 1957. Files in the MHDC are consecutively numbered.

  • MISSOURI NATIONAL GUARD, OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL, STATE OF MISSOURI. Records, 1905-17. 8 pages. Enlistment contracts, oath of office, acceptance of commission, and service record - all relating to Harry S. Truman's service in the Missouri National Guard. On indefinite loan from the Office of the Adjutant General, State of Missouri.

  • MITCHELL, STEPHEN A. Chairman, Democratic National Committee, 1952-55. Papers, 1929-69. 45 linear feet. Includes information on the 1952, 1956 and 1968 Presidential campaigns.

  • MOORE, DWARD, JR., Acquaintance of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1946-1952. 2.5 linear inches.

  • MORISON, H. GRAHAM. Assistant Attorney General, Claims Department, 1948-50 and Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Division, 1950-52, Department of Justice. Papers, 1930-76. 15 linear feet.

  • MORRIS, NEWBOLD. President, the Council, New York City, 1938-48; Special Assistant to the Attorney General of the United States, 1952. Scrapbooks, 1928-67. 1 linear foot, 4 linear inches (about 2,400 pages).

  • MOSEMAN, ALBERT. Official, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1936-1956. Papers, 1936-2004. 20 linear feet, 7 linear inches.

  • MOULLETTE, JOHN B. U.S. Marine during the Korean war. Papers, 1951, 1969. About 1,400 pages. Includes a widely publicized exchange of correspondence with Dean Acheson about the U.S. involvement in the Korean war and about 150 letters from the public to the Moullette family regarding the correspondence.

  • MURPHY, CHARLES S. Administrative Assistant to the President, 1947-50; Special Counsel to the President, 1950-53; Under Secretary of Agriculture, 1960-65; Chairman, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1965-68. Papers, 1947-81. 38 linear feet.

  • MURRAY, THOMAS E. Commissioner. Atomic Energy Commission, 1950-1957. Papers, 1950-1960, 5 linear inches (about 200 pages).

  • MYER, DILLON S. Director, War Relocation Authority, United States Department of the Interior, 1942-1946; Commissioner, Federal Housing Authority, 1946-47; Commissioner, Public Housing Administration, 1947; Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1950-53. Papers, 1934-66. 1.6 linear feet.

  • MYERS, HENRY. Pilot for Presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman, 1944-1948. Papers, 1931-1968. 10 linear inches.

  • NASH, PHILLEO. Special Assistant to the Director for White House Liaison, Office of War Information 1942-46; Special Assistant to the President, 1946-52; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1952-53; lieutenant governor of Wisconsin, 1959-60; Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 1961-66. Papers, 1925-98. 81.6 linear feet.

  • NATIONAL AIRCRAFT WAR PRODUCTION COUNCIL. Records, 1942-45. 12 linear feet. This private organization was formed to coordinate and expedite the work of American aircraft manufacturing companies during World War II.

  • NATIONAL COMMITTEE AGAINST LIMITING THE PRESIDENCY. Records, 1940-51. About 200 pages. This private organization was founded in 1949 to oppose the two-term limitation for the Presidency, and specifically the ratification of the 22nd amendment to the Constitution.

  • NATIONAL SECURITY COMMITTEE. Records, 1947-50. 1 linear foot. This private organization was formed to support Truman's proposal for universal military training.

  • NEAL, GEORGE C. General Counsel, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1942-1946. Papers, 1926-1966. 19 linear feet, 3 linear inches.

  • NEAL, STEVE. Reporter and author of several books about Harry S. Truman, 1972-2004. Papers, 1932-2004. 1 linear foot, 4 linear inches.

  • NEILD-SOMDAL ASSOCIATES. Architectural firm. Papers, 1950-65. 5 linear inches (about 800 pages). Relates to the designing of the Harry S. Truman Library.

  • NESBIT, DONALD W. Friend of Russian diplomat Constantine Nabokov. Papers, 1904-24. About 1,000 pages.

  • NEUSTADT, RICHARD E. Staff member, Bureau of the Budget, 1946-50; Special Assistant in the White House Office, 1950-53. Papers, 1934-56. 4 linear feet.

  • NEW YORK TIMES CLIPPINGS COLLECTION Papers, 1934-1963. 9 linear feet, 7 linear inches.

  • NICHOLS, JERE A. Collector of Truman memorabilia. Papers, 1945-1946. About 300 pages.

  • NICKS, BEN Collector of Materials Concerning the Enola Gay Controversy. Papers, 1993-1996. 5 linear inches.

  • NIELSEN, WALDEMAR A. Special Assistant to the Secretary of Commerce, 1947-1948; Chief of the Labor, Information, and Education Divisions in Paris, Economic Cooperation Administration and Mutual Security Agency, 1948-1952. Papers, 1946-1997. 1 linear feet, 4 linear inches.

  • NILES, DAVID K. Administrative Assistant to the President, 1942-51. Papers, 1919-52. 14.4 linear feet.

  • NOEL, MAG. Friend of Bess W. Truman. Papers, 1945-1953. About 200 pages.

  • NOLAND, MARY ETHEL. Cousin of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1903-71. 3 linear feet. Includes the Noland family's correspondence with Truman and his family, Noland and Truman family genealogical information, and a diary of Mary Martha Truman, Truman's aunt, recording her visit to the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893.

  • NOURSE, EDWIN G. Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers, 1946-49. Papers, 1908-63. 4 linear feet and 3 reels of microfilm. The documents on microfilm are copied from original documents at Cornell University.

  • NOYES, DAVID M. Consultant without compensation to President Truman, 1948-53; assistant to former President Truman, 1953-72. Papers, 1944-70. About 300 pages.

  • NUTHALL, ALFRED J. Assistant to Anna M. Rosenberg, the Assistant Secretary of Defense, 1951-1953. Papers, 1950-1969. 2 linear inches.

  • O'CONNELL, JOSEPH J., JR. General counsel, Department of the Treasury, 1944-47. Papers, 1944-47. 2 linear feet.

  • O'DRISCOLL, DANNY. United States Secret Service Agent, 1943-1969. Papers, 1943-1969. 5 linear inches.

  • ODUM, REATHEL M. Personal secretary to Mrs. Harry S. Truman, 1945-53. Papers, 1945-53. 2 linear feet.

  • O'GARA, JOHN E. Official, Central Intelligence Agency, 1949-61. Papers, 1894-1973. About 300 pages.

  • OHLY, JOHN H. Attorney in the War Department, 1940-46; Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, 1947-49; official with the Department of State, Mutual Security Agency, Foreign Operations Administration, International Cooperation Administration, and Agency for International Development, 1950-68. 64.4 linear feet.

  • O'NEAL, EMMET. United States Ambassador to the Philippines, 1947-1949. Papers, 1899-1968. 3 linear feet, 6 linear inches.

  • OSBORN, FREDERICK. U.S. Deputy Representative to the U.N. Atomic Energy Commission, 1947-50. Papers, 1947-54. 1 linear foot.

  • OSTHAGEN, CLARENCE H. Assistant Secretary for Administration, Department of Commerce, 1950-53. Papers, 1920-75. 15 linear feet.

  • PACE, FRANK, JR. Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1949-50; Secretary of the Army, 1950-53. Papers, 1946-53. 9 linear feet.

  • PAN, V. S. Major General, Army of the Republic of China. Papers, 1948-1949. 2.5 linear inches.

  • PANUCH, J. ANTHONY. Special Assistant to Gen. Lucius D. Clay, Army Service Forces, 1943-45; Special Counsel and Assistant to the Administrator, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, 1945; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Administration, 1945-47; Adviser to the Military Governor, U.S. Occupation Zone of Germany, 1947-49. Papers, 1931-73. 10 linear feet, 6 linear inches.

  • PARKS, LEWIS S. U.S. Navy officer; executive aide to the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, 1947, and to the Under Secretary of the Navy, 1948-49; Commanding Officer, USS Manchester, 1950-51. Papers, 1911-80. 10 linear inches (about 1,200 pages).

  • PARSONS, J. GRAHAM. Foreign Service officer, 1932-70; Special Assistant to the Personal Representative of the President to the Vatican, 1947-48. Papers, 1947-48. About 70 pages.

  • PARSONS, WILLIAM W. Administrative Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, 1950-1959. Papers, 1950-53, 1956-57.
    1.6 linear feet.

  • PATTERSON, RICHARD C., JR. Ambassador to Yugoslavia, 1944-48; Ambassador to Guatemala, 1948-51; Minister to Switzerland, 1951-53. Papers, 1918-66. 9 linear feet.

  • PATTERSON, WILLIAM J. Director, Bureau of Safety, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1934-39; member, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1939-52; Chairman, Interstate Commerce Commission, 1944. Papers, 1899-1956. 3 linear feet, 6 linear inches.

  • PAUL, ARTHUR. Assistant for International Trade to the Secretary of Commerce, 1945-47. Papers, 1944-47. 1 linear foot.

  • PAULEY, EDWIN W. Personal Representative of the President on the Allied Commission on Reparations with the rank of Ambassador, 1945-1947; Special Adviser to the Secretary of State on Reparations and Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Army, 1947-1948. 14.8 linear feet.

  • PEACE, OSCAR. Chief Turret Captain, U.S.S. Missouri, 1947. Papers, 1945-1947. About 40 pages.

  • PEEL, ROY V. Director, Bureau of the Census, 1950-53. Papers, 1927-74. 1 linear foot.

  • PENDERGAST, JAMES M. President of the Jackson Democratic Club. Papers, 1918-1987. About 100 pages.

  • PETERSON, OLIVER A. Labor attache, U.S. Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden, 1948-52; labor attache, U.S. Embassy in Brussels, Belgium, 1952-57; labor adviser, Bureau of African Affairs, Department of State, 1958-62. Papers, 1938-72. 1.3 linear feet.

  • PHELPS, D. MAYNARD. U.S. representative, Allied Commission on Reparations, 1945-46; U.S. representative, Inter-Allied Reparations Agency, 1946. Papers, 1945-61. About 450 pages.

  • PHILLIES, GEORGE E. Member, Order of Ahepa, Justice for Greece Committee, and Justice for Cyprus Committee. Papers, 1946-71. 3 linear feet.

  • PIACENZA, ELEANOR. Sister-in-law of Thomas Hart Benton. Papers, 1942-92. About 200 pages.

  • PIKE, SUMNER T. Member, Atomic Energy Commission, 1946-51. Papers, 1920-61. 7 linear feet.

  • POEN, MONTE Historian and author. Papers, 1945-2001. 2 linear feet, 7 linear inches.

  • POLLARD, ALICE H. Papers, 1947-77. 1 linear foot. Relates to Mrs. Pollard's concept of establishing community service projects in Western Europe.

  • PORTER, PAUL A. Chief, American Economic Mission to Greece, 1947; U.S. member, Palestine Conciliation Commission, 1949; member, President's Commission on Campaign Costs, 1961-62. Papers, 1942-76. 3 linear feet.

  • PORTER, PAUL R. Chief, Economic Cooperation Administration Mission to Greece, 1949-50. Papers, 1944-80. 1 linear foot.

  • PRICE, HARRY B. Author. Papers, 1952-70. About 650 pages. Notes on interviews used in preparation of The Marshall Plan and Its Meaning (Ithaca, New York: 1955).

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