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SPECIAL ORAL HISTORY INTERVIEWS

The following oral history interviews were not done for the Library but were recorded by researchers, by federal departments preparing administrative histories, or by other oral history projects. Transcripts may be consulted at the Library or may, in some cases, be borrowed by mail (see the Introduction).

ANDERSON, LUCILLE G. Assistant to the Commissioner of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 29 pp.

CALIFANO, JOSEPH A. Special Assistant to the President. Interviewed by Robert E. Hawkinson. 41 pp.

CHRISTIAN, GEORGE E. White House Press Secretary and Special Assistant to the President. Interviewed by David Culbert. 14 pp.

ESTES, NOLAN. Assistant Commissioner for Elementary and Secondary Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 36 pp.

FLEMING, ROBERT. White House Deputy Press Secretary. Interviewed by David Culbert. 28 pp.

FLYNT, RALPH C. M. Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 34 pp.

HALPERIN, SAMUEL. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislation, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interviews. 22 pp. and one joint interview with Harold Howe II, 25 pp.

HARRIS, ARTHUR. Assistant Commissioner for Elementary and Secondary Education. Administrative history interview. 30 pp.

HOWE, HAROLD, II. U.S. Commissioner of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interviews. 39 pp. and one joint interview with Samuel Halperin, 25 pp.

JOHNSON, LYNDON BAINES. President of the U.S., 1963-1969; Vice President, 1961-1963; U.S. Senator, Texas, 1949-1961; U.S. Congressman, Texas, 1937-1949. Interviewed by Walter Cronkite for CBS News. Five interviews: 13, 14, 13, 14, 14. Copyright retained by CBS.

_______________________. Interviewed by Raymond Henle on the subject of Herbert Hoover. 22 pp.

_______________________. Interviewed by William J. Jorden of LBJ's staff. 23 pp. Portions of pages 6, 8 and 11 are restricted; tape recording is restricted.

_______________________. Interviewed by Robert E. McKay, Chairman, National Education Association. 25 pp.

_______________________. Interviewed by Elspeth Rostow. 31 pp.

JOHNSON, MRS. LYNDON BAINES. First Lady, 1963-1969. Interviewed by Hugh Cates of the Richard B. Russell Library. 38 pp. Copyright retained by Mrs. Johnson.

JONES, JOHN WESLEY. U.S. Ambassador to Peru, 1963-1969. Copy of Truman Library Interview. 102 pp.

KEEN, JOE. Budget Officer, Office of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 18 pp.

KEPPEL, FRANCIS. Commissioner of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 30 pp.

KRUGER, W. STANLEY. Chief, Region V, Innovative Centers Branch, Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education. Administrative history interview. 59 pp.

LINCOLN, GOULD. Journalist, Washington. Copy of Truman Library Interview. 18 pp.

LOOMIS, HENRY. Deputy Commissioner of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 49 pp.

McPHERSON, HARRY C., JR. Assistant General Counsel, Senate Democratic Policy Committee, 1956-1959; Associate Counsel, 1959-1961; General Counsel, 1961-1963; Deputy Under Secretary of the Army for International Affairs, 1963-1964; Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, 1964-1965; Special Assistant and Counsel to the President, 1965-1966; Special Counsel to the President, 1966-1969. Interviewed by Robert E. Hawkinson. 23 pp.

MUIRHEAD, PETER P. Associate Commissioner for Higher Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 31 pp.

MYLECRAINE, WALTER. Assistant Commissioner for Construction Services, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 44 pp.

"ONE MORE STORY." A collection on reminiscences of LBJ by 14 friends and family members, conducted at the LBJ Ranch on November 17, 1977. 54 pp.

REED, WAYNE O. Associate Commissioner for Federal-State Relations, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 39 pp.

"ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION." A collection of reminiscences of LBJ by George Christian, Wilbur Cohen, John Gronouski, Robert Hardesty, Harry Middleton, Dean Rusk, and Larry Temple, conducted at the LBJ Library on April 17, 1985. 87 pp. Copyright retained.

SEELEY, DAVID. Assistant to the Commissioner of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 56 pp.

SINGERHOFF, JOHN. Public Information Officer, Office of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 18 pp.

SULLIVAN, J. GRAHAM. Deputy Commissioner of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Administrative history interview. 20 pp.