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.


  • QUICK, SPENCER R. Special Assistant to the Assistant to the President, 1952-1953. Papers, 1949-1968. About 400 pages.

  • QUIRK, JAMES T. U.S. Army officer, 1943-46 and 1951, including service as a public relations officer for Generals Patton and Ridgway. Papers, 1936-76; bulk dates 1944-45, 1951. About 400 pages.

  • RADIUS, WALTER A. Chairman of the U.S. delegation, Danube Conference, 1948. Papers, 1948. About 400 pages.

  • RADNER, WILLIAM. General counsel, War Shipping Administration, 1942-46. Papers, 1942-51. About 800 pages.

  • RATHGEBER, LEWIS W. President, Mansfield State College, Mansfield, Pennsylvania, 1957-1963. Papers, 1935-1963. 1 linear feet, 4 linear inches.

  • RAY, S.J. Kansas City Star Editorial Cartoonist, 1931-1963. Papers, 1934-1959. 2 linear feet.

  • RAYMOND, ROBERT S. Pilot with the Royal Air Force and United States Army Air Force during World War II. Papers, 1975-1993. About 25 pages.

  • REDDING, JOHN M. Publicity director, Democratic National Committee, 1947-50; Assistant Postmaster General, 1950-53. Papers, 1942-64. 12 linear feet.

  • REEVE, JOSEPH. Economist and Assistant Chief, Commerce and Finance Division, Bureau of the Budget, 1942-1965. Papers, 1943-1984. 2 linear feet, 2 linear inches.

  • REIFF, HENRY. Legal specialist in international organization, Department of State, 1944-46. Papers, 1943-46. 5 linear feet.

  • REPPERT, VERNON AND HAZEL. Friends of the Truman Family. Papers, 1906-1968. 2.5 linear inches.

  • RICE, STUART A. Sociologist and statistician; Assistant Director for Statistical Standards, Bureau of the Budget, 1940-55. Papers, 1900-69. 68 linear feet.

  • RICHARDS, GEORGE J. U.S. Army officer, 1915-53; Army Comptroller, 1948. Papers, 1942-50. 4 linear feet.

  • RIDDLEBERGER, JAMES W. Military Government for Germany-U.S. (OMGUS), 1947-1949; Acting Political Adviser to the U.S. Military Governor and Director, Office of Political Affairs, U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, 1949-1950; Political Adviser, Economic Cooperation Administration, Paris, 1950-1952; Director, Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State, 1952-1953. Papers, 1945-1995. About 400 pages.

  • RIGDON, WILLIAM M. Assistant Naval Aide to the President, 1945-53. Papers, 1945-53. 1 linear foot. Includes information about President Truman's trips.

  • ROBERTS, FRANK N. U.S. Army officer, 1920-57; military attache, U.S. Embassy in Moscow, U.S.S.R., 1945-46; military attache, U. S. Embassy, Ankara, Turkey, 1946-48; Military Advisor to W. Averell Harriman and Harriman's representative on the National Security Council Planning Board, 1950-53. Papers, 1865-1976. 2 linear feet, 2 linear inches.

  • ROBERTS, LEO W. US Naval Officer with supply and commissary duties in the White House and aboard the USS Williamsburg, 1950-52. Papers, 1916-96. About 300 pages.

  • ROBERTS, WILLA MAE. Democratic National Committeewoman from Missouri, 1952-61. Papers, 1934-56. About 900 pages.

  • ROBINSON, GEORGE S. Legislative attorney, Department of the Air Force, 1948-50; Attorney, Special Committee of the Senate to Investigate Crime in Interstate Commerce (Kefauver Committee), 1950; Executive Assistant to the Chairman, Civil Aeronautics Board, 1950-51; Confidential Assistant to the Under Secretary of Commerce for Transportation, 1951-52. Papers, 1932-65. 3 linear feet.

  • ROBINSON, HAROLD G. Chief Investigator, Special Committee of the Senate to Investigate the National Defense Program (Truman Committee), 1941-44. Papers, 1941-72. About 300 pages.

  • ROCKWELL, ALVIN J. Official with the National Labor Relations Board, 1937-40, 1943-45; official in the Tax Division and Office of the Solicitor General, Department of Justice, 1940-43; Associate Director of the Legal Division, Office of Military Government for Germany (U.S.), 1945-48. Papers, 1622-1977; bulk dates 1935-56. 22.5 linear feet.

  • RODES, ROBERT. President, American Trade Association of Morocco. Papers, 1949-1967. 2.5 linear inches.

  • ROMINE, ROY T. First paternal cousin, once removed of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1906-1971. About 260 pages.

  • ROSENFIELD, HARRY N. Commissioner, Displaced Persons Commission, 1948-52; Executive Director, President's Commission on Immigration and Naturalization, 1952-53. Papers, 1945-53. 16 linear feet.

  • ROSENMAN, SAMUEL I. Special Counsel to the President, 1945-46. Papers, 1944-66. 5 linear feet.

  • ROSS, CHARLES G. Press Secretary to the President, 1945-50. Papers, 1926-67. 11 linear feet.

  • RUCKER, FRANK W. Co-publisher and General Manager of the Independence Examiner. Papers, 1946-1968. About 200 pages.

  • RUSHAY, SAMUEL W. Historian and Supervisory Archivist, Harry S. Truman Library. Papers, 1949-2000. 5 linear inches.

  • RUSSELL, JOHN D. Division of Higher Education and Assistant Commissioner, U.S. Office of Education, 1946-52. Papers, 1926-75. 30 linear feet.

  • SACHS, HOWARD. Friend of Harry S. Truman; Judge, U.S. District Court, 1979-. Papers, 1933-1996. Less than one-half of one linear foot (about 200 pages).

  • SALANT, WALTER S. Senior Staff Member, Council of Economic Advisers, 1946-1952; Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution, 1954-1976. Papers, 1921-1995. 39 linear feet, 10 linear inches (about 72,800 pages).

  • SALANT, WILLIAM A. Franklin D. Roosevelt Administration White House Staff; Federal Reserve Board; Office of Strategic Services; Department of Department; and the Economic Cooperation Administration. Papers, 1936-1981. 3 linear feet, 1 linear inches.

  • SALISBURY, SPENCER. See Hare-Salisbury

  • SALSBURY, HARRY, JR. Aide to Senator Harry S. Truman, 1935-1941. Papers, 1935-1940. About 15 pages.

  • SANDERS, TED J. Friend of Harry S. Truman; President, Truman for Senator Committee, Cameron, Missouri, 1934. Papers, 1934-2005. About 400 pages.

  • SARGEANT, HOWLAND H. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, 1947-51; Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs, 1952-53; president, Radio Liberty Committee, Inc., 1954-75. Papers, 1940-83. 8 linear feet.

  • SATTERFIELD, FRANCES G. Staff member, Women's Division, Democratic National Committee, 1938-40 and 1943-45. Papers, 1940-60. 1 linear foot.

  • SAWYER, CHARLES. Ambassador to Belgium, 1944-45; Secretary of Commerce, 1948-53. Papers, 1911-53. 57 linear feet.

  • SAYERS, ROYD R. Director, U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1940-47. Papers, 1920-62. 1 linear foot.

  • SCHINDLER, ALFRED. Under Secretary of Commerce, 1945-46. Papers, 1934-55. 14 linear feet.

  • SCHLICHENMAIER, FRANCES M. Assistant in the office of Harry S. Truman, 1951-1973. Papers, 1949-1960. About 40 pages.

  • SCHMIDT, FRED J. Sergeant, Battery D, 129th Field Artillery, 1918. Papers, 1948-1975. 2.5 linear inches.

  • SCHNEIDER, J. THOMAS. Chairman, Personnel Policy Board, Department of Defense, 1950-51; Assistant Secretary of Commerce for International Affairs, 1952-53; Assistant to the Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice, 1953-55. Papers, 1930-73. 4 linear feet.

  • SCHNURMAN, NED. Television Producer. Papers, 1946-2001. 5 linear inches.

  • SEELEY, FRANK. Chief of Editorial Section and Army Reserve Captain, Armed Forces Radio Service, 1944-1955. Papers, 1944-1981. 2 linear inches.

  • SEIBEL, THELMA PALLETTE. Friend of Bess W. Truman. Papers, 1945-1982. About 500 pages.

  • SERMON, ROGER T. and ROGER T. SERMON, Jr. Roger Sermon, Sr.: Mayor of Independence, Missouri, 1924-50. Roger Sermon, Jr.: Chairman of the Independence Truman Centennial Commission, 1984. Papers, 1937-1991. 2 linear feet.

  • SERMON, WILLIAM H. Mayor of Independence, Missouri, 1958-1961. Papers, 1949-1959. 2.5 linear inches.

  • SERVICE, JOHN STEWART, and CHARLES E. RHETTS. Papers, 1950-63. 1 linear foot. Information relating to the loyalty investigation of Foreign Service officer John Stewart Service.

  • SHAW, BRACKLEY. Assistant Secretary of War for Air, 1946-47; General counsel, Department of the Air Force, 1947-49. Papers, 1945-49. About 250 pages.

  • SHAW, GIL. U.S. Coast Guard Participant in the Funeral of Harry S. Truman, 1972. Papers, 1970-1972. About 500 pages.

  • SHEARER, ROSS S. Official, Bureau of the Budget, 1942-1951; Official, Economic Stabilization Agency, 1951-1953. Papers, 1927-1960. 1 linear foot, 4 linear inches.

  • SHEET MUSIC COLLECTION. Papers, 1700-1976. 21 linear feet.

  • SHERWOOD, SIDNEY. Secretary, Export-Import Bank, 1946-1959. Papers, 1877-1984. 5 linear feet, 3 linear inches.

  • SHORT, JOHN A. Secretary of Agriculture's representative, Arkansas-White-Red River Basin Inter-Agency Committee, 1950-64. Papers, 1942-65. 9 linear feet.

  • SHORT, JOSEPH H. and BETH CAMPBELL. Mr. Short was a correspondent with the Baltimore Sun, 1943-50, and Press Secretary to the President, 1950-52; Mrs. Short was Correspondence Secretary to the President, 1952-53. Papers, 1935-63, bulk dates 1943-53. 10 linear feet.

  • SILBERMAN, JAMES M. Assistant Chief and Chief, Branch of Productivity and Technological Developments, Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, c. 1948-1950. Papers, 1943-2005. 1 linear foot, 9 linear inches.

  • SILVERMAN, IRWIN. Chief Counsel, Division of Territories and Island Possessions and Office of Territories, Department of the Interior, c. 1945-1953. Papers, 1941-1983. 5 linear inches.

  • SKELTON, IKE Member, U.S. House of Representatives from Missouri, 1977-2011. Papers, 1954-2013. 2.5 linear inches.

  • SLATER, HAROLD M. City editor, St Joseph News-Press. Papers, 1953-72. About 230 pages.

  • SMITH, BRYCE B. Mayor of Kansas City, 1930-39. Papers, 1924-62. 2 linear feet.

  • SMITH, HAROLD D. Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1939-46. Papers, 1945-46. About 800 pages.

  • SMITH, RAYMOND C. Assistant Chief, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Department of Agriculture, 1946-52. Papers, 1938-59. 2 linear feet.

  • SMIZER, SAMUEL B. Corporal, 36th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron, U.S. Army Air Forces, World War II. Papers, 1945. 2 linear inches.

  • SNYDER, DEAN A. Director of Selection, Civilian Conservation Corps, Department of Labor, 1936-40. Papers, 1933-61. 2.8 linear feet.

  • SNYDER, JOHN W. Secretary of the Treasury, 1946-53. Papers, 1918-71. 106 linear feet.

  • SOLOMON, MAURICE. Rabbi; personal friend of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1945-1981. About 75 pages.

  • SORKIN, MARVIN. Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Consulate General in Salonika, Greece, 1947-1949. Papers, 1946-1949. 5 linear inches.

  • SOUERS, SIDNEY W. Executive Secretary, National Security Council, 1947-50. Papers, 1916-73. Less than one linear foot (about 1600 pages).

  • SPARKS, WILBUR D. Attorney Investigator on the Staff of the U.S. Senate Special Committee to Investigate the National Defense Program (Truman Committee), 1941-1946. 2 linear inches.

  • SPECTOR, MELBOURNE. Papers, 1946-1996. Less than one linear foot (about 1600 pages).

  • SPINGARN, JEROME H. Assistant Research Director, Democratic National Committee, 1952. Papers, 1942-1952. About 400 pages.

  • SPINGARN, STEPHEN J. Administrative Assistant to the President, 1950; member, Federal Trade Commission, 1950-53. Papers, 1933-72. 28 linear feet and 1 roll of microfilm. The microfilm is of a scrapbook in the possession of the Spingarn family.

  • STARK, LLOYD C. Governor of Missouri, 1937-1941. Papers, 1933-1940. About 250 pages.

  • STEELMAN, JOHN R. Special Assistant to the President, 1945-1946; Director, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, 1946; Chairman, President's Scientific Research Board, 1946-1947; The Assistant to the President, 1946-1953; Acting Chairman, National Security Resources Board, 1948-1950; Acting Director, Office of Defense Mobilization, 1952. Papers, 1905-1996. 32 linear feet, 5 linear inches.

  • STEIN, HAROLD. Economist, Staff member, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, 1945-47. Papers, 1945-61. 6 linear feet.

  • STERN, PHILIP M. Assistant to Representative Henry M. Jackson, 1949-1950; Aide to Senator Paul H. Douglas, 1951-1952. Papers, 1949-1954. About 1,000 pages.

  • STIMSON, HENRY L. Secretary of War, 1940-45. Papers, 1944-45. 1 reel of microfilm. Stimson's diary for the period May 1944 to September 1945, copied from the original diary at Yale University.

  • STOHL, RALPH N. Director of Administration, Department of Defense, 1947-53; Director of Domestic Security Programs, Department of Defense, 1953-55. Papers, 1944-55. 10 linear inches (about 1,600 pages).

  • STOLOWY, SOL. Tailor for President Truman. Papers 1970-1995. About 500 pages.

  • STOWE, DAVID H. Deputy to the Assistant to the President, 1947-49; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1949-53. Papers 1947-53, 1960-1984. 7.2 linear feet (about 14,400 pages).

  • STRACHAN, D. ALAN. Assistant Labor Adviser, American Mission for Aid to Greece, 1947-48; Director, Labor and Manpower Division, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948-51 and Mutual Security Agency, 1951-53, in Greece. Papers, 1947-62. About 800 pages.

  • SULLIVAN, JOHN L. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, 1940-44; Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air, 1945-46; Under Secretary of the Navy, 1946-47; Secretary of the Navy, 1947-49. Papers, 1940-49. 7 linear feet.

  • SUMMER, GRACE TRUMAN. First Cousin of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1887-1999. 5 linear inches.

  • SUMNER, JOHN D. Chief Economic Officer, China Mission, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948-49. Papers, 1928-53. 6 linear feet.

  • SUNDQUIST, JAMES L. Administrative Analyst, U.S. Bureau of the Budget, 1941-1947, 1949-1951; Reports and Statistics Officer, Office of Defense Mobilization, 1951-1953. Papers, 1920-2013. 5 linear feet, 8 linear inches.

  • SWEENEY, JOSEPH D. Chief, British Commonwealth Bureau, Office of Research and Intelligence, Department of State, 1945-50; political officer, U.S. Embassy in Pretoria, Union of South Africa, 1950-52. Papers, 1943-55. 2 linear feet.

  • SWOYER, MARTHA ANN. Niece of Harry and Bess Truman. Papers, 1940-1991. Less than one-half of one linear foot (approximately 100 pages).

  • SYMINGTON, STUART. Secretary of the Air Force, 1947-1950. Papers, 1946-1950. 6 linear feet, 2 linear inches.

  • TANNENWALD, THEODORE, JR. Assistant Director and Chief of Staff to the Director, Mutual Security Agency, 1951-53. Papers, 1947-57. 3 linear feet.

  • TATE, JACK B. Deputy Legal Adviser, Department of State, 1947-54. Papers, 1941-55. 1 linear foot.

  • TAYLOR, GEORGE W. Chairman, National War Labor Board, 1945; Chairman, Wage Stabilization Board, 1950. Papers, 1942-54. 10 linear inches.

  • TAYLOR, MYRON C. Personal Representative of the President to the Vatican, 1939-50. Papers, 1938-52. 1 linear foot.

  • TENENBAUM, EDWARD A. Special Assistant to the Finance Adviser, U.S. Military Government in Germany, 1945-48; economist, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948-50; economist, International Monetary Fund, 1950-51; economic adviser, Mutual Security Agency, 1951-52; finance adviser to the government of Greece, 1952-54. Papers, 1941-59. 4 linear feet.

  • THACHER, JOHN H. Captain of Battery D, 129th Field Artillery, immediately prior to Harry S.Truman. Papers, 1918-88. Less than 1 linear foot.

  • THAYER, CHARLES W. Foreign Service officer, 1933-53; chief, Division of International Broadcasting, Voice of America, 1947-49; political liaison officer to the German government, Bonn, 1950-51; consul general, Munich, 1952-53. Papers, 1920-68. 14 linear feet.

  • 35TH DIVISION ASSOCIATION. Records, 1840-1981. 11 linear feet, 5 linear inches.

  • TIERNAN, L. CURTIS. Chaplain, 129th Field Artillery, 1917-19; chief chaplain, European Theater of Operations, 1943-46. Papers, 1944-61. About 100 pages.

  • TIPTON, ERNEST M. Judge and friend of President Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1937-1954. 2.5 linear inches.

  • TOBIN, MAURICE J. Secretary of the Department of Labor, 1948-1953. Papers, 1948-1953. 36 linear feet, 9 linear inches.

  • TRELOGAN, HARRY C. Chief, Research Division, Bureau of Dairy Industry, Department of Agriculture, 1945-46; Assistant to the Administrator, Research and Marketing Administration, 1947-49; Assistant Research Administrator, Agricultural Research Administration, 1950-53. Papers, 1945-75. 11 linear feet.

  • TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Records, 1882-1997. About 800 pages.

  • TRIVERS, HOWARD. Foreign Service officer, 1941-69. Papers, 1945-62. 2 linear feet.

  • TRUMAN AND HOLMES FAMILIES. Correspondence, 1844-67. About 300 pages.

  • TRUMAN ANNIVERSARY CONCERT, INC. Records, 1984-1997. About 800 pages.

  • TRUMAN, BESS W. Wife of Harry S. Truman, 1919-72. Papers, 1849-1983. 50 linear feet, 9 linear inches.

  • TRUMAN, HARRY S. Presiding Judge of Jackson County, Missouri, Court, 1927-34; US Senator, 1935-44; Vice-President of the United States, 1945; President of the United States, 1945-52. 3809 linear feet.

  • TRUMAN, J.C. Nephew of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1939-1980. 2 linear inches.

  • TRUMAN, LOUIS W. Commanding General, 4th Infantry Division, 1958-60; Deputy Commanding General, Continental Army Command, 1962-63; Commanding General, VII Corps, 1963-1965. Scrapbooks, 1958-65. 10 linear inches.

  • TRUMAN, MARGARET. See DANIEL, CLIFTON, and MARGARET TRUMAN DANIEL

  • TRUMAN, MARY JANE. Sister of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1882-1951. 10 linear inches (about 1,200 pages).

  • TRUMAN, RALPH E. Cousin of Harry S. Truman; Commanding General, 35th Division, 1938-42. Papers, 1899-1962. 3 linear feet.

  • TURNER, ROBERT C. Member, Council of Economic Advisers, 1952-53. Papers, 1941-52. 2 linear feet.

  • TWOHY, JAMES F. Governor, Federal Home Loan Bank Administration, 1939-46. Papers, 1938-63. About 225 pages.

  • VANECH, A. DEVITT. Chairman, President's Temporary Commission on Employee Loyalty, 1946-47. Papers, 1946-48. 1 linear foot.

  • VAN SANT, THOMAS H. Fulton, Missouri banker and friend of Harry S.Truman. Papers, 1936-56. About 200 pages.

  • VAUGHAN, HARRY H. Military Aide to the President, 1945-53. Papers, 1942-73. 2 linear feet.

  • VEATCH, N. T. Consulting engineer, Jackson County, Missouri, Highway Department. Papers, 1926-33. About 500 pages.

  • WAGNER, ALLEN. Assistant to the Chairman, Civil Service Commission, 1951-53. Papers, 1951-53. About 400 pages.

  • WALKINSHAW, WALTER AND JEAN. Walter Walkinshaw, a U.S. State Department official from 1947 to 1951, was the husband of Jean Walkinshaw, a documentary filmmaker who later engaged in historical research regarding his involvement in the Point Four Program. Papers, 1947-2014. 2.5 linear inches.

  • WALLACE, DAVID F. Nephew of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1940-73. About 100 pages.

  • WALLACE, FRANK AND NATALIE. Brother-in-law and sister-in-law of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1915-1956. About 500 pages.

  • WALLACE, FRED. Brother of Bess Wallace Truman and Brother-in-Law of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1898-1954. 1 linear feet, 4 linear inches.

  • WALLACE, HELEN First Cousin of Bess Truman. Papers, 1893-1969. About 600 pages.

  • WALLACE, MADGE GATES. Mother of Bess Wallace Truman. Papers, 1857-1952. About 800 pages.

  • WALLACE, MARY Sister-in-law of Bess Wallace Truman. Papers, 1919-1988. About 800 pages.

  • WALLGREN, MONRAD C. Friend of Harry S. Truman; Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives, 1933-1940; U.S. Senator, 1940-1945; Governor of Washington, 1945-1949; Chairman, Federal Power Commission, 1950-1951. Papers, 1929-1961. 1 linear foot, 9 linear inches.

  • WALLING, L. METCALFE. Administrator, Walsh-Healey Act, Wage and Hour Division, U.S. Department of Labor, 1942-47. Papers, 1937-66. 6 linear feet.

  • WALSH, JEROME K. Kansas City attorney and friend of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1931-66. 4 linear feet.

  • WARING, FRANK A. Chairman, Philippine War Damage Commission, 1946-51. Papers, 1946-51. 2 linear feet.

  • WARREN, GEORGE L. Adviser on Refugees and Displaced Persons, Department of State, 1944-68. Papers, 1930-72. 1 linear foot.

  • WARREN, JAMES. Chief, Imports Section, Finance and Program Division, Marshall Plan Mission to Greece, 1950-1954. Papers, 1944-2009. 7 linear feet.

  • WASHINGTON, S. WALTER. Foreign Service officer, 1926-53. Papers, 1945-77. 7 linear feet.

  • WASHINGTON TIMES-HERALD CLIPPING COLLECTION. Papers, 1930-1954. 3 linear feet, 1 linear inch.

  • WATERS, HERBERT J. Information specialist, 1949-51 and Assistant to the Secretary, 1951-53, Department of Agriculture. Papers, 1949-53. 11 linear feet.

  • WATTS, LYLE F. Chief, 1943-1952, Forest Service, Department of Agriculture. Papers, 1910-1972. 3 linear feet, 1 linear inches.

  • WATTS, PEGGY. (Marguerite Watts Jochum). Interior designer who worked on the White House during Truman's administration. Papers, ca. 1946-92. About 800 pages.

  • WEAR, SAM M. Missouri political associate and friend of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1932-44. 2 linear feet.

  • WEATHERFORD, ROBERT P. Mayor of Independence, Missouri, 1950-1958. Papers, 1959-1992. About 50 pages.

  • WEBB, JAMES E. Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1946-49; Under Secretary of State, 1949-52; Administrator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1961-68. Papers, 1928-80. 232 linear feet.

  • WEBSTER, EDWARD M. Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission, 1947-56; Chairman, U.S.-Canadian Great Lakes Commission, 1952. Papers, 1947-56. 2 linear feet.

  • WEIHMILLER, HORACE E. Director, Aircraft Consultant Service, 1945-53. Papers, 1933-53. 3 linear feet.

  • WEINBERG, BENJAMIN F. Kansas City businessman and friend of Harry S. Truman. Papers, 1943-1979. 5 linear inches.

  • WEINSTEIN, ALLEN. College professor, author. Papers, 1940-79. 15 linear feet.

  • WEIZMANN ARCHIVES, Rehovoth, Israel. Records, 1945-52. About 200 pages. Photocopies of documents pertaining to relations between the United States, Palestine and Israel.

  • WELLS FAMILY. Relatives of Bess Wallace Truman. Papers, 1945-1949. 2.5 linear inches.

  • WHITEHAIR, FRANCIS P. General counsel, Economic Stabilization Agency, 1950-51; Under Secretary of the Navy, 1951-53. Papers, 1945-48. 7 linear feet.

  • WHITTEMORE, HARRISON. Company K, 1st Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment, 1861-1864. Papers, 1861-1928. 5 linear inches.

  • WIGGINS, A. L. M. Under Secretary of the Treasury, 1947-48. Diaries, 1947-48. About 800 pages.

  • WILCOX, FRANCIS O. Chief of Staff, U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 1947-55. Papers, 1930-85. 14 linear feet.

  • WILL, RALPH R. Administrator, Land and Water Programs, Department of Agriculture, 1950-53. Papers, 1911-73. About 600 pages.

  • WILLCOX, ALANSON W. General counsel, Federal Security Agency, 1947-53. Papers, 1943-53. About 75 pages.

  • WILLIAMS, FRANCIS W. Pilot of the Presidential airplane Independence, 1947-53. Papers, 1947-1953.

  • WOLF, AGNES. Investigator, Senate Special Committee to Investigate the National Defense Program, 1943-1947, 1948. Investigator, Senate Special Committee to Investigate Organized Crime in Interstate Commerce, 1951. Papers, 1936-1954. 3 linear feet.

  • WOLF, ALFRED. Officer, Department of the Navy, 1941-1945; Official, Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion, 1946-1947; Official, Department of the Interior, 1947-1952. Papers, 1929-1988. 58 linear feet, 7 linear inches.

  • WOLFSOHN, JOEL D. Assistant Secretary of the Interior, 1952-53. Papers, 1926-61. 19 linear feet.

  • WOODWARD, STANLEY. Ambassador to Canada, 1950-53. Papers, 1950-64. About 600 pages.

  • WORLD WAR II COLLECTION. Papers, 1932-1996. 2 linear feet, 7 linear inches.

  • WRIGHT, DOUGLAS G. Administrator, Southwestern Power Administration, 1943-72. Papers, 1939-74. 10 linear inches.

  • YATES, SIDNEY R. Member, U.S. House of Representatives, 1949-63, 1965-1999. Papers, 1932-54 (bulk dates: 1949-52). 1.6 linear feet. Copied from original documents at the Chicago Historical Society.

  • YOUNG, JOHN C. Presiding Judge, Tribunal V, U.S. Military Tribunals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1948. Papers, 1947-48. 33 linear feet.

  • ZOBRIST, BENEDICT K. Director, Harry S. Truman Library, 1971-94. Papers, 1973-86. 2 linear feet.

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