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Collections of Personal & Organizational Papers

 

MANUSCRIPTS AND ARCHIVES:
COLLECTIONS OF
PERSONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PAPERS

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The Library's efforts to acquire papers of friends and associates of Lyndon B. Johnson began while Johnson still served as Presdient and is now a continuing program. Of the more than four hundred such collections in the Library's holdings, more than half are described below. Many smaller collections were omitted due to constraints on the space available for this list.

An asterisk
(*) indicates that a collection has been opened for research in whole or in part. "-1" indicates that collection contains less than one linear foot of material.

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ACKLEY, GARDNER. Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers. Subject and meeting files, correspondence, speeches, and other material pertaining to CEA, 1962-1968.
(20 rolls of microfilm)

*ADAMS, SAMUEL A. Research analyst, Central Intelligence Agency. Photocopy of Adams' testimony in the Daniel Ellsberg trial, March 6-9, 1973.
(-1 linear foot)

ALLNUTT, ROBERT F. Associate Administrator for Legislative Affairs, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Chronological files, memoranda, and meeting notes, 1965-1983.
(32 linear feet)

ANDERSON, HARRY R. Assistant Secretary, Department of the Interior. Trip and speech files, 1965-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

ANGEVINE, DAVID W. Administrator, Farmer Cooperative Service, Department of Agriculture. Chronological file, speeches, scrapbook, and printed material, 1960-1969.
(1 linear foot)

ANTHONY, ROBERT N. Assistant Secretary, Department of Defense. Appointment and subject files 1967-1968.
(2 rolls of microfilm)

ANTON, JAMES. Special Counsel to the Senate Preparedness Subcommittee. Chronological files and printed material pertaining to Senate Preparedness Subcommittee, 1952-1955.
(-1 linear foot)

*ASHABRANNER, BRENT. Director of Peace Corps in India; Deputy Director of Peace Corps. Peace Corps correspondence; materials pertaining to preparation of his book, A Moment in History: The First Ten Years of the Peace Corps, 1961-1970.
(2 linear feet)

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BAIRD, CHARLES F. Assistant and Under Secretary of the Navy, Department of Defense. Speeches, 1966-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

BAKER, JOHN A. Assistant Secretary, Department of Agriculture. Material concerning agricultural programs, conservation, rural development, and federal aid to farmers, 1942-1943, 1961-1969.
(25 linear feet)

BALL, GEORGE. Under Secretary of State. Notes on telephone conversations, 1963-1966.
(2 linear feet)

BARR, JOSEPH W. Chairman, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Personal correspondence, subject file, and speeches, 1964-1965.
(6 linear feet)

BARRON, FRASER. Lawyer, researcher for the Office of Economic Opportunity. Reading files, speeches, memoranda, and reports pertaining to Congressional reaction to OEO programs, 1964-1968
(2 linear feet)

*BATOR, FRANCIS M. Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1965-1967; senior National Security Council staff member, 1964-1965; Senior Economic Adviser A.I.D, 1963-1964; member, President's Advisory Committee on International Monetary Arrangements, 1967-1968.  Files reflecting Bator's White House and NSC responsibilities covering especially European affairs, NATO, international monetary affairs, and trade, 1964-1967.  (18.4 cubic feet).

BAUMANN, GEROLD F. Peace Corps official. Reports, chronological file, memoranda, publications, and clippings relating to his Peace Corps assignments in Latin America, 1967-1974.
(6 linear feet)

* BEEBE, LEO C. Executive Vice-Chairman, National Alliance of Businessmen. Photocopies of correspondence and other papers relating to the NAB, 1968-1969
(1 linear foot)

BELEN, FREDERICK. Deputy Postmaster General. Daily reports, 1965.
(-1 linear foot)

*BIRDWELL, W. SHERMAN, JR. Friend. Correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson, newspaper clippings, and campaign material, 1940-1965.
(-1 linear foot)

BLACKBURN, WILLIAM M. Staff Assistant to the President. Memoranda, correspondence, and reports, 1967-1969.
(3 linear feet)

BLAUSTEIN, ARTHUR. Chairman, President's Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity. Papers pertaining to the War on Poverty and the National Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity , 1970-1979.
(28 linear feet)

BLOCK, JOSEPH L. Member, President's Advisory Committee on Labor Management Policy. Correspondence, notes of meetings, 1963-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

* BOLTON, PAUL. Journalist, personal friend. Correspondence, notes, newscasts, and printed material concerning Lyndon B. Johnson, 1955-1973.
(-1 linear foot)

*BOUTIN, BERNARD L. Deputy Director, Office of Economic Opportunity; Administrator, Small Business Administration. Chronological and subject files, 1965-1967.
(14 linear feet)
(54 rolls of microfilm)

*BOWSHER, CHARLES A. Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Department of Defense. Correspondence, clippings, speeches, and appointment lists, 1967-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

*BOYD, ALAN S. Member and Chairman of Civil Aeronautics Board, Under Secretary of Commerce for Transportation; Secretary of Transportation. Correspondence and other materials dealing with airline safety, scheduling, and routes, supersonic transport, highway construction, urban mass transit, and other transportation issues, 1959-1977.
(29 linear feet)

BRICE, JOHN AND SANDRA. Movie producers. Script, videotapes, and posters from the 1987 television production, "LBJ," with Randy Quaid, 1987.
(-1 linear foot)

BROOKS, ROBERT A. Assistant Secretary of the Army, Department of Defense. Diaries, speeches, and appointment books, 1965-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

BROWN, HAROLD. Director, Defense Research and Engineering in the Department of Defense; Secretary of the Air Force. Scrapbooks, photo albums, and awards, 1963-1969. 1
(6 linear feet)

BROWNSTEIN, PHILIP N. Commissioner, Federal Housing Administration; Assistant Secretary, Department of Housing and Urban Development. Papers, 1964-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

BUNDY, McGEORGE. Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. Photocopies of Bundy's handwritten notes of meetings, 1963-1966.
(2 linear feet)

*BUNDY, WILLIAM P. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense; Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs. 1,091-page unpublished manuscript on the shaping of U.S. policy in Vietnam, written in 1969-1972.
(-1 linear foot)

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*CAIN, JAMES C. Friend and physician. Scrapbooks regarding Senator A. J. Wirtz, and personal correspondence with the Johnson family, 1949-1962
(-1 linear foot)

CAIN, STANLEY A. Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish and Wildlife. Biographical data and speeches, 1965-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

CAPE, EDWARD M. Friend and attorney. Personal correspondence and files related to his legal practice and his capacity as general counsel to the Guadalupe and Brazos River Authority, 1900-1960.
(100 linear feet)

CAPE, MRS. E. M. Friend. Personal correspondence with Mrs. Johnson, newspaper and magazine articles concerning the Johnson family, 1964-1966.
(-1 linear foot)

*CAPITAL LEGAL FOUNDATION. Trial transcripts and exhibits, depositions, hearing transcripts, video-tapes, declassified documents from the 1960s, and newspaper clippings, from the files created by the Capital Legal Foundation while providing legal counsel for General William C. Westmoreland in his lawsuit against CBS, Inc., 1983-1985. 11
(5 linear feet)

CAREY, WILLIAM D. Executive Assistant Director and Assistant Director, Bureau of the Budget. Files concerning the federal budget, 1957-1968. 
(1 linear foot)

CARPENTER, ELIZABETH S. Press Secretary and Staff Director for the First Lady, author, women's rights activist. Files on the women's movement and the Equal Rights Amendment, personal and business correspondence, speech and writing files, book drafts, columns, magazine articles, and newspaper clippings, mostly post-dating the Johnson presidency, 1960-1983. 
(18 linear feet)

*CARPENTER, LESLIE. Newspaperman. Sixteen scrap- books containing articles written by Carpenter and his wife, Elizabeth Carpenter, 1949-1962. 
(2 linear feet)

*CASTRO, NASH. Member, First Lady's Committee for a More Beautiful Capital; Assistant Regional Director of the National Capital Region; Chairman, LBJ Memorial Grove. Correspondence with President and Mrs. Johnson and files concerning beautification of the national capital, preservation of the White House, and the LBJ Memorial Grove, 1964-1979. 
(30 linear feet)

CATER, S. DOUGLASS. Special Assistant to the President; journalist, author, educator. Correspondence, memoranda, research and writing files, speeches, and other materials reflecting Cater's career, including his activities as an editor for Reporter magazine, White House aide, and university professor, 1943-1976.
(35 linear feet)

CHRISTIAN, GEORGE. White House Press Secretary; political consultant. Papers dealing with Texas and national political issues, including the political campaigns of Lloyd Bentsen, Dolph Briscoe, John Connally, and Richard Nixon, 1963-1981.
(29 linear feet)

*CHRISTOPHER, WARREN. Deputy Attorney General, Depart- ment of Justice. Office files concerning riots, civil rights and peace demonstrations, gun control legislation, commissions and task forces on civil disorders and crime, 1967-1969.
(8 linear feet)

*CLARK, RAMSEY. Assistant and Deputy Attorney General, Attorney General, Department of Justice. Files relating to judicial appointments, civil rights, riots, and the Black Panthers; White House correspondence, notes of meetings, business and personal correspondence, speeches, and legal case files, 1961-1973.
(140 linear feet)

*CLIFFORD, CLARK. Secretary of Defense. Material on the Vietnam War, the Pueblo incident, Department of Defense staff meetings, Congressional hearings, weapons, aircraft, trips, and speeches, 1968-1969.
(1 linear foot)

*COFER, JOHN D. Attorney. Legal files, correspondence, and printed matter concerning the disputed Texas primary of 1948 and the election suit of 1960, 1948-1960.
(-1 linear foot)

COHEN, SHELDON S. Commissioner of Internal Revenue Service. Alphabetical, chronological, speech, and invitation files, files of the Jewish Social Service Agency, and Administrative Conference of the U.S. Studies material, 1964-1979.
(96 linear feet)

*COHEN, WILBUR. Assistant Secretary, Under Secretary, and Secretary, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Files on HEW, especially its legislative programs, 1961-1979.
(13 linear feet)

*COOPER, ELLEN TAYLOR. Relative. Correspondence with Mrs. Johnson and other family members, and biographical information on Mrs. Johnson, 1935, 1960-1967.
(-1 linear foot)

CORBETT, ALFRED H. Program Coordinator, Community Action Program, Office of Economic Opportunity. Memoranda, reports, and booklets, 1965-1972. 1
(4 linear feet)

*COSTON, DEAN W. Deputy Under Secretary, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Papers relating to the Task Force on Networks for Knowledge, 1967-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

COTTAM, HOWARD R. Ambassador to Kuwait. Papers concerning the Arab- Israeli conflict, Arab refugees, Kuwaiti politics, and embassy personnel and functions, 1963-1968.
(1 linear foot)

COX, HUGH B. Lawyer. Correspondence and legal documents concerning the disputed Senate election of 1948.
(-1 linear foot)

*CRAIG, MRS. W. D. Mother of Vietnam soldier. Letters from her son in Vietnam and printed material, 1969.
(-1 linear foot)

CROSS, JAMES U. Military aide to the President. Trip reports, passenger lists, pilot reports, working files, control logs, special mission files, correspondence files, and daily reading files, 1963-1969.
(12 linear feet)

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DAVIS, ROSS D. Assistant Secretary for Economic Development, Department of Commerce. Memoranda, reports, speeches, appointments, and invitations, 1966-1967.
(-1 linear foot)
(2 rolls of microfilm)

DAVIS, W. TRUE, JR. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; Executive Director of the Inter-American Development Bank. Correspondence and speech files, 1965-1969.
(3 linear feet)

DEASON, WILLARD. Assistant to the State Director, National Youth Administration; Commissioner, Interstate Commerce Commission; and friend. Official and personal correspondence, speeches, and newspaper clippings, 1965-1975.
(7 linear feet)

DEMBLING, PAUL G. Assistant General Counsel and Director of Legislative Affairs, Deputy General Counsel, and General Counsel, National Aeronautics and Space Adminstration. Chronological, reading, and correspondence files, 1958-1969.
(7 linear feet)

*DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE. Materials accumulated by officials, staff members, and special groups of the Democratic National Committee during the 1960, 1964, and 1968 presidential campaigns, 1960-1968.
(257 linear feet)

DESAUTELS, CLAUDE J. White House Special Assistant; Executive Assistant to the Postmaster General. Memoranda, telephone messages, press releases, and weekly reports pertaining to legislative matters, 1961-1968.
(2 linear feet)

*DONAHUE, THOMAS R. Assistant Secretary, Department of Labor. Speeches, 1967-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

*DURR, VIRGINIA FOSTER. Friend. Letters from President and Mrs. Johnson, 1959-1975.
(-1 linear foot)

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*EDWARDS, INDIA. Special Assistant to the Chairman, Democratic National Committee. Material concerning the DNC, 1960-1968.
(2 linear feet)

EDWARDS, NEWTON D. Staff Assistant to the Assistant Secretary for Public Land Management, Department of the Interior. Subject files, 1951-1974.
(39 linear feet)

*EDWARDS, TOM R. Friend. Letters from Lyndon B. Johnson and newspaper clippings, 1937-1961.
(-1 linear foot)

ENTHOVEN, ALAIN C. Assistant Secretary for Systems Planning, Department of Defense. Official and personal correspondence, draft presidential memoranda, posture statements, speeches, Congressional testimony, systems analysis studies,a and subject files, 1960-1969.
(44 linear feet)

*FITT, ALFRED B. Assistant Secretary for Manpower and Reserve Affairs, Department of Defense. Material on reserve programs, recruitment, pay, military funerals, and open housing for military personnel, 1967-1969.
(2 linear feet)

*FLAX, ALEXANDER H. Assistant Secretary for Research and Development, Department of the Air Force. Material concerning research and development programs, 1963-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

FLEMING, ROBERT J. Governor of the Panama Canal Zone. Press clippings and publications, 1962-1967.
(1 linear foot)

*FORE, MR. AND MRS. SAM, JR. Friends. Correspondence, campaign material, newspaper clippings, and press releases, 1939-1966.
(1 linear foot)

FOWLER, HENRY H. Under Secretary and Secretary of the Treasury. Files documenting Fowler's service with the Department of the Treasury during the Johnson administration, including material on foreign economic policy, balance of payments, international monetary arrangements, domestic banking and credit, taxes, the Federal Reserve Board, relations with the White House and the Congress, and Cabinet meetings, 1963-1969.
(105 linear feet)

*FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT LIBRARY. Documents concerning Lyndon B. Johnson from the papers of Franklin D, Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, John M. Carmody, Harry L. Hopkins, and Aubrey Williams in the Roosevelt Library, 1937-1965.
(-1 linear foot)
(1 roll of microfilm)

FRANTZ, HARRY W. Writer and collector. Correspondence, memorabilia, and printed material pertaining to Presidents Coolidge through Nixon, 1920-1969.
(4 linear feet)

FREEMAN, ORVILLE L. Secretary of Agriculture. Office files, including chronological files, speeches, press conference material, travel itineraries, and appointment books, 1961-1969.
(30 linear feet)

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GALBRAITH, FRANCIS J. Ambassador to Singapore. Papers on his ambassadorship, 1966-1969.
(-1 linear foot)

GARDNER, JOHN. Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare. Chronological files, speeches, testimony, 1965-1968.
(4 linear feet)

GILPATRIC, DONALD S. Director, Office of Foreign Commercial Services, Department of Commerce. Correspondence, reports, and publications, 1961- 1978.
(1 linear foot)

*GOLDSCHMIDT, ARTHUR "TEX". Friend; official with Power Division, Public Works Administration. Material relating to the Lower Colorado River Authority, and correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson, and Maury Maverick, 1938-1943, 1957.
(-1 linear foot)

GOLDSTEIN, E. ERNEST. Special Assistant to the President; Counsel and Partner, Coudert Freres, Paris. Papers reflecting his responsibilities in the White House, his partnership in an international law firm, and his involvement in a number of international organizations, 1952-1979.
(25 linear feet)

GORHAM, WILLIAM. Assistant Secretary for Program Coordination, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Papers on HEW, 1966-1973.
(3 linear feet)

*GRAHAM, KATHARINE. Publisher, Washington Post. Notes on weekend at LBJ Ranch, August 28-30, 1964.
(-1 linear foot)

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HALPERIN, MORTON H. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs; Staff Member, National Security Council. Papers dealing with the Vietnam War, the SALT talks, and other national security issues, 1968-1969.
(6 linear feet)

HALPERIN, SAMUEL W. Assistant Commissioner of Education fro Legislation, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Legislative files concerning elementary, secondary, and higher education, vocational rehabilitation, and other educational programs, 1964-1969.
(19 linear feet)

HARDESTY, ROBERT L. Staff Assistant to the President. Drafts of speeches, staff memos, correspondence, daily reports to the President, subject files, and files on The Vantage Point, 1965-1972.
(21 linear foot)

*HARDING, BERTRAND M. Assistant Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service; Deputy Director and Acting Director, Office of Economic Opportunity. Material concerning administration of IRS; material on VISTA, Head Start, Job Corps, Community Action Program, and Model Cities, 1958-1969.
(23 linear feet)

HAYES, JOHN S. Ambassador to Switzerland. Material concerning Carnegie Commission on Educational Television, 1966-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

HELLER, WALTER. Chairman, Counsil of Economic Advisers. Correspondence, speeches, and newspaper clippings relating to tax legislation, 1967-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

HERSHEY, LEWIS B. Director, Selective Service Commission. Speeches, 1966, 1968.
(-1 linear foot)

HODGES, LUTHER. Secretary of Commerce. Personal and official correspondence, memoranda, reports, and speech files, 1961-1963.
(49 rolls of microfilm)

HOLCOMB, LUTHER H. Vice Chairman, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; Baptist minister. EEOC office files, family scrapbook, articles, and devotionals, 1965-1974.
(5 linear feet)

HOLT, THADDEUS. Deputy Under Secretary of the Army. Memorandum about Panama Canal treaty, 1967.
(-1 linear foot)

HOLUM, KENNETH. Assistant Secretary for Water and Power Development, Department of the Interior. Speeches and testimony, 1961-1968.
(1 linear foot)

*HOPKINS, WELLY K. Friend; General Counsel, United Mine Workers of America. Correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson and John L. Lewis; material on the UMWA, 1930-1972.
(4 linear feet)

*HORNIG, DONALD F. Director, Office of Science and Technology. Chronological files, testimony, speeches, and appointment books, 1964-1969.
(4 linear feet)

HORSKY, CHARLES A. Attorney, Advisor to the President for National Capital Affairs. Personal correspondence and files reflecting his activites as an attorney and his involvement in Washington area and national organizations, 1936-1976.1
(4 linear feet)

*HOUCK, MR. AND MRS. J. N. Newspaper publishers. Blanco County News, and photocopies of articles from the Blanco County News on Lyndon B. Johnson and his family, 1931-1959.
(3 linear feet)

HOWE, HAROLD, II. Commissioner of Education, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Speeches, clippings, personal correspondence, "Howe Quotes," and files on memberships, 1965-1968.
(1 linear foot)

HUTCHINSON, EVERETT. Commissioner and Chairman, Interstate Commerce Commission; Under Secretary of Transportation. Reading files, appointment and invitation files, and personal correspondence, 1941-1969.
(27 linear feet)

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*JACKSON, ROBERT M. Clerk to Congressman R. E. Thomason. Diary entries, 1932.
(-1 linear foot)

JACKSON, WILLIAM F. Aide to Lyndon B. Johnson. Letters, memoranda, speeches, and NASA material, 1961-1964.
(1 linear foot)

JOHNSON, HAROLD K. Army Chief of Staff. Speeches, 1964-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

*JOHNSON, REBEKAH BAINES. Mother of Lyndon B. Johnson. Correspondence, legal documents, notes, and printed material used in her genealogical publication, A Family Album, 1953-1957.
(10 linear feet)

JOHNSON, U. ALEXIS. Deputy Ambassador to South Vietnam; Deputy Under Secretary and Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs; Ambassador to Japan; Cheif,U.S. Delegation, SALT talks. Diary tapes and transcriptions, correspondence, speeches, and photograph albums, 1963-1985.
(22 linear feet)

JONES, JOHN RISON, JR. Manager, Upward Bound program, Office of Economic Opportunity. Regional files from the Upward Bound program in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas, New Mexico, and Arizona, 1965-1969.
(12 linear feet)

*JONES, JOHN WESLEY. Ambassador to Libya and Peru. Correspondence and other material primarily reflecting Jones' role as U.S. Ambassador to Peru during the 1960's, 1955-1976.
(8 linear feet)

*JONES, LUTHER E., JR. Friend. Mostly copies of letters from Lyndon B. Johnson to L. E. Jones, 1931-1941, 1965.
(-1 linear foot)

JORDEN, WILLIAM J. Senoir Staff Member, National Security Council; Delegate to Paris peace talks; Ambassador to Panama. Notes from Paris peace talks, 1968-1969, and drafts and research material for his book, Panama Odyssey, published in 1984.
(12 linear feet)

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*KEACH, CARROLL. Friend, editor, and publisher. National Youth Administration related material and early correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson, 1938-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

*KEATING, MRS. VAL M. Texas State Directore of Certification and Intake, National Youth Administration. Correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson regarding the NYA, 1936-1939.
(-1 linear foot)

KELLY, JAMES F. Deputy Assistant Secretary, and Assistant Secretary, Comptroller, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Reports, addresses, and printed material concerning HEW, 1964-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

*KLEBERG, RICHARD M. U.S. Congressman 1931-1945. Correspondence, speeches, and scrapbooks, 1931-1944.
(2 linear feet)
(10 rolls of microfilm)

KNOTT, LAWSON B., JR. Deputy Administrator, Administrator, General Services Administration. Personal correspondence, speech files, and scrapbooks, 1961-1975.
(-1 linear foot)

*KOENIGER, JOHN F. Friend. Letters from Lyndon B. Johnson to graduating seniors in Kyle, Texas, 1938.
(-1 linear foot)

KRAFSUR, MARCIA. Public relations consultant. Material collected for the 50th anniversary of the National Park Service, 1966.
(28 linear feet)

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LAPMAN, ROBERT J. Economist, professor. Correspondence and reports concerning the War on Poverty, 1963-1964.
(-1 linear foot)

*LATIMER, GENE. Friend. Letters from Lyndon B. Johnson, material pertaining to Johnson's teaching career in Houston, 1930-1933, 1965, and Latimer's correspondence with Mrs. Johnson and others, 1967-1979.
(-1 linear foot)

*LBJ--NAVY UNOFFICIAL PERSONNEL FILE. Letters to, from, and about Lyndon B. Johnson while he was on active duty in the U.S. Navy and a member of the White House Naval Affairs Committee, 1941-1943.
(-1 linear foot)

LEVI, GOLDYE E. Certified Public Accountant. Material concerning the financial aspects of the Humphrey-Muskie political campaign, 1968-1969.
(-1 linear foot)

LEWIS, ROBERT G. Administrator, Rural Community Development Service, Department of Agriculture. Correspondence and reports on Task Force on Agriculture and Rural Life, 1965-1966.
(-1 linear foot)

*LINCOLN, A. GOULD. Newspaperman. Newspaper columns, letters from several presidents, and a manuscript entitled "The President Looks at the Press," 1932-1965.
(-1 linear foot)

*LITTLE, CHARLES P. Friend. Manuscript, "The National Youth Administration in Texas."
(-1 linear foot)

LIUZZO, VIOLA G. Civil rights worker. Case files from her children's unsuccessful lawsuit against the federal government in connection with her murder in 1965. 1965, 1983.
(25 linear feet)

*LODGE, HENRY CABOT. Ambassador to the United Nations. Copies of personal correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson, 1954-1958.
(-1 linear foot)

*LOWER COLORADO RIVER AUTHORITY. Material from predecessor companies and administrative files of LCRA, including files of directors, general managers, and officers, contracts, and board meeting minutes, 1928-1974.
(60 linear feet)

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MACE, TURLEY. Deputy Administrator, Rural Community Development Service, and Director, Office of Rural Areas Development, Department of Agriculture. Correspondence, subject files, speeches, and publications, including a file of John A. Baker's correspondence, 1961-1966.
(11 linear foot)

McLEAN, WILLIAM HUNTER. Friend, campaing manager. Correspondence, files on 1964 presidential campaing and 1968 Democratic national convention, inaugural memorabilia, and publications, 1948-1968.
(2 linear feet)

McMILLAN, WILLIAM M. Assistant Postmaster General. Material concerning field postal operations, 1927-1968.
(4 linear feet)

McNAMARA, ROBERT S. Secretary of Defense. A set of the "Pentagon Papers," and bound volumes of McNamara's statements, remarks, and letters regarding Vietnam, 1961-1968.
(5 linear feet)

*McNULTY, JOHN W. "JACK." Staff Assistant to the President. Correspondence, memoranda, and speech drafts, 1966-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

*McPHERSON, HARRY C., JR. Special Counsel to the President. Manuscript for his book, A Political Education, published in 1972.
(- 1 linear foot)

*McQUADE, LAWRENCE C. Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of Defense; Deputy Assistant Secretary, Assistant to the Secretary, and Assistant Secretart, Department of Commerce. Correspondence, subject files, and speeches, 1961-1973.
(2 linear feet)

*McWILLIAMS, ROY L. Personnel officer, Office Manager, and Assistant Regional Director of Finance and Statistics, the National Youth Administration. Correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson and others concerning NYA activities, Johnson campaign material, 1935-1946.
(-1 linear foot)

MACY, JOHN W., JR. Executive Director and Chairman, Civil Service Commission; President, Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Reading and appointment files, correspondence files, speech books, and other material reflecting Macy's career, including his work with the Iran Public Sector Management Project, 1953-1980.
(40 linear feet)

MARKMAN, SHERWIN J. Assistant to the President. Subject, name, and trip files, 1965-1968.
(10 linear feet)

MARKS, LEONARD H. Director, United States Information Agency. USIA publications, media reaction analyses material on hearings and broadcasts, propaganda from foreign countries, and White House reports, 1964-1968.
(17 linear feet)

MARKS, LEONARD M., JR. Assistant Secretary for Financial Management, Department of the Air Force. Material on Air Force financial management, 1950- 1952, and chronological file and other Air Force material, 1964-1968.
(1 linear foot)

*MARSH, CHARLES E. Newspaper editor and publisher. Material on Texas and national politics and Marsh's business interests; correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson, Henry Wallace, Claude Pepper, Herman and George Brown, and other prominent figures, 1931-1953.
(1 linear foot)

MEREDITH, FRED V. Political associate. Correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson and Jake Pickle concerning campaign matters, 1948-1954.
(-1 linear foot)

MIDDLETON, JOHN T. Director, Statewide Air Pollution Research Center and National Center for Air Polution Control; Commissioner, National Air Polution Administration; Deputy Assistant Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency. Reading files, files on meetings and speeches, letters from Congressmen, and printed material, 1959-1977.
(14 linear feet)

MILLER, MERLE. Author. Subject files, research notes, correspondence, audio tapes of interviews, drafts, articles, and clippings pertaining to his book on Harry Truman, Plain Speaking; and audio tapes of interviews used in writing Lyndon: An Oral Biography. 1961-1979.
(8 linear feet)

MOONEY, BOOTH. Senate staff member, author. Mooney's notes and writings concerning Lyndon B. Johnson, and Rebekah Baines Johnson's notes on Mooney's The Lyndon Johnson Story, ca. 1956.
(-1 linear foot)

*MOORE, J. CORDELL. Administrator, Oil Import Administration, and Assistant Secretary for Mineral Resourches, Department of the Interior. Chronological and speech files reflecting Moore's responsibilities in the Department of the Interior, 1962-1969.
(2 linear feet)

MORGAN, GEORGE A. Ambassador to the Ivory Coast. Material concerning U. S. Relations with the Ivory Coast, 1965-1969.
(-1 linear foot)

MURPHY, RICHARD J. Assistant Postmaster General. Correspondence, confidential memos, daily reports, and statements concerning departmental activities, personnel policy, and postal legislation, 1961-1968.
(12 linear feet)
(14 rolls of microfilm)

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*NES, DAVID G. Deputy Chief of Mission, Saigon and Cairo. Correspondence pertaining to the U.S. role in Vietnam and Egypt, 1964-1967.
(-1 linear foot)

*NICHOLS, DOROTHY. Conressional staff member. Eleven-page account of her experience working for Congressman Lyndon B. Johnson, written in 1970.
(-1 linear foot)

NICHOLSON, RALPH W. Assistant Postmaster General. Material concerning the Post Office budget, postal rate increases, and parcel post, 1961-1969.
(9 linear feet)

NIELSEN, THOMAS H. Assistant Secretary for Financila Management, Department of the Air Force. Biographical material and speeches, 1968.
(-1 linear foot)

*NIXON, L. A. Physician. Papers relating to two U.S. Supreme Court cases involving white primaries in Texas, Nixon v. Herndon and Nixon v. Condon, 1924-1933.
(1 linear foot)

NOELKE, WALTER D. Professor. Mainly printed material on the 1960 presidential campaign, the New Left, and anti-Vietnam War activities, 1959- 1969.
(16 linear feet)

NORWOOD, GUS. Administrator of the Alaska Power Administration. Correspondence, reports and printed material, 1967-1970.
(3 linear feet)

OBERDORFER, DON. Author. Interview notes, translations of captured documents, newspaper clippings, and other material used in the preparation of his book, Tet!, published in 1971.
(6 linear feet)

OKUN, ARTHUR M. Member and Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers. Memoranda to the President and White House staff, balance of payment reports, economic news notes, meeting files, official and personal correspondence, and subject and name files, 1948-1980.10
(7 linear feet)

OLIVER, COVEY T. Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs. Memoranda, telegrams, appointment schedules, speeches, and notes, 1967-1968.
(-1 linear foot)
(5 rolls of microfilm)

O'MARRA, JOHN L. Assistant Postmaster General. Material concerning the construction, maintenance, leasing, and remodeling of postal facilities, 1965- 1969.
(2 linear feet)

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PACKER, LEO S. Assistant Postmaster General. Material concerning programs to modernize and improve postal services, 1966-1969.
(1 linear foot)

PANZER, FRED. Staff Assistant to the President. Senate voting records, polls, newspaper summaries, and briefing books, 1961-1969.
(8 linear feet)

*PATMAN, WRIGHT. U. S. Congressman. Constituent mail, speech files, case and project files, and files documenting Patman's activities on the Committee on Banking and Currency, the Select Committee on Small Business, the Joint Committee on Defense Production, and the Joint Economic Committee, 1928- 1976.
(1,471 linear foot)

PATTERSON, BRADLEY. Executive Director, National Advisory Commission on Selective Service. Material concerning the Commission on Selective Service, 1966-1967.
(2 linear feet)

PATTILLO, JAMES CATO. Relative. Correspondence between Mrs. Johnson and Pattillo and a book draft, 1947-1964.
(-1 linear foot)

*PEARSON, DREW. Columnist. Material on many prominent Americans, including Presidents, Senators, and Congressmen; files on legal suits; business correspondence; research files and drafts for his columns; copies of columns and scripts for is TV programs; fan mail; manuscripts and galleys of books; lectures and notes; files on the Friendship Train; personal Correspondence, diaries, and files on his family and his farm, 1910-1969. Major portions of this collection are not yet open for research. See the Audiovisual Materials section for information on Pearson's audio tapes and films.
(537 linear feet)
(15 rolls of microfilm)

PERRIN, ROBERT. Executive Secretary, Economic Opportunity Council. Minutes and transcripts of council meetings, and articles about OEO, 1964-1973.
(-1 linear foot)

PERRY, ARTHUR C. Senate staff member, and Staff Assistant to the President. Senate Office personnel files and files on personal business affairs handled for Mrs. Johnson, 1949-1968.
(2 linear feet)

PHINNEY, ROBERT L. Friend. Correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson, Mrs. Johnson, and Walter Jenkins, 1948 campaign leaflets, and material on Phinney's career, 1947-1965.
(-1 linear foot)

*PICKLE, J. J. "JAKE." U. S. Congressman. Congressional files, 1963- , deposited in the Library on a continuing basis. Only 1 foot of material open.
(489 linear feet)

POATS, RUTHERFORD M. Deputy Assistant Administrator, Assistant Administrator for the Far East, and Deputy Administrator, Agency for International Development. Files relating to Southeast Asia, 1963-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

*PORTER, PAUL. Attorney. Material concerning the nomination of Abe Fortas as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, 1968.
(3 linear feet)

POWELL, BEN, SR. Attorney and friend. Personal correspondence, legal case files, and publications, 1937-1957.
(42 linear feet)

QUILL, DANIEL J. Friend. Newspapers, campaign material, magazine articles and personal correspondence, 1933-1965.
(4 linear feet)

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RANSON, HARRY H. Educator. News clippings concerning Lyndon B. Johnson, 1954-1963.
(2 linear feet)

REEDY, GEORGE E. Educator, author. Personal files, speeches, articles, press releases, and correspondence, 1970-1984.
(3 linear feet)

*ROBERTS, RAY. Member of Texas Senate. Material primarily reflecting Robert's role as state senator, 1955-1962.
(5 linear feet)

ROCHE, JOHN P. Author, educator, Special Consultant to the President. Copies of his columns, anti-war cartoons from 1940-1941, news broadcasts and interviews, and memoranda to the President, 1940-1941, 1967-1977.
(3 linear feet)

ROSTOW, WALT W. Chairman, Policy Planning Council, State Department; Special Assistant to the President; author, educator. Papers reflecting his career in government service and as an author, economist, and historian, 1950-1984.
(90 linear feet)

ROTH, C. FENNER. Friend. Correspondence with Johnson and other Texas associates, newspaper clippings, and photographs, 1937-1970.
(-1 linear foot)

ROTH, WILLIAM M. Special Representative for Trade Negotiations. Chronological file concerning U.S. trade negotiations and tariffs, 1963-1969.
(1 linear foot)

 ROWLEY, JAMES J. Director, United States Secret Service. Speeches, 1968. 
(-1 linear foot)

*RUSK, DEAN. Secretary of State. Personal appointment books and foreign travel schedules, 1961-1969.
(3 linear feet)

*RUSSELL, RICHARD B. U. S. Senator. Copies of correspondence with Lyndon B. Johnson, 1954-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

RYAN, ROBERT J. Ambassador to Niger; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State. Material concerning U. S. Relations with Niger, 1964-1969.
(-1 linear foot)

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SACKS, MILTON I. Educator. Papers dealing with Vietnam and Southeast Asia, including correspondence, Vietnamese books and newspapers, research papers and notes, and newspaper clippings, 1954-1971.
(170 linear feet)

*SANDERS, HAROLD BAREFOOT, JR. Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division, Department of Justice; Legislative Counsel to the President. Files reflecting Sander's responsibilities in the Justice Department and the White House, especially regarding legislation and Congressional relations, 1966-1969.
(1 linear foot)

SCHNAPPER, M. B. Editor, Public Affairs Press. Clippings and pamphlets pertaining to President Johnson, 1963-1969.
(9 linear feet)

SHUMM, RUTH. Staff Assistant. Memoranda and notes, some in shorthand, mostly relating to Johnson's schedule, press contacts and mail, 1959-1962.
(-1 linear foot)

 *SEAMANS, ROBERT C., JR. Associate Administrator and Deputy Administrator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Copy of exit interview, 1968.
(-1 linear foot)

SIMPSON, DONALD F. Assistant Secretary, Department on Health, Education, and Welfare. Addresses, letters, and reports, 1965-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

SKELTON, BYRON. Democratic party official. Material concerning state and national political affairs, the Democratic presidential campaigns of 1952, 1956, 1960, and 1964, and the assassination of John F. Kennedy, 1948-1964.
(8 linear feet)

SKINNER, ELLIOTT P. Ambassador to Upper Volta. Correspondence and speeches, 1966-1969.
(-1 linear foot)

SMYTHE, HUGH H. Ambassador to Syria and Malta. Correspondence, subject files, appointment calendars, and schedules, 1965-1969.
(5 linear feet)

*SOLOMON, ANTHONY M. Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs. Material concerning U.S. foreign trade and monetary policies, foreign aid programs, tariffs, and foreign crises, especially their effect on economic affairs, 1965-1969. One folder open.
(6 linear feet)

*SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY. Lyndon B. Johnson's college entry cards and transcripts, 1927-1930.
(-1 linear foot)

SPRAGUE, IRVINE H. Assistant to President Johnson, 1967-1968. Daily congressional contact reports, memoranda to Marvin Watson, and material pertaining to the California political situation in 1968, 1967-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

*STARCKE, MAX. Director, Lower Colorado River Authority. Files relating to the administration of LCRA, and correspondence between Max Starcke and Lyndon B. Johnson, 1940-1968.
(1 linear foot)

*STEELE, JOHN LAWRENCE. Journalist. Weekly reports on Lyndon B. Johnson written by Steele for his Time editors, 1953-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

STEWART, WILLIAM H. Surgeon General of the United States. Speeches and task force report, 1965-1969.
(-1 linear foot)

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TAYLOR, WINSTON. Cousin of Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson. Correspondence, 1955-1966, and material on 1960 campaign.
(-1 linear foot)

TENENBAUM, EDWARD A. Economist. Reports on contracts with the Office of Economic Opportunity and Agency for International Development, 1959- 1971.
(5 linear feet)

*TEXAS STATE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE. Material concerning the 1964 presidential campaign in Texas.
(-1 linear foot)

THOMAS, NORMAN C. Political scientist. Interview notes, manuscript drafts, correspondence, and printed material related to his book, Education in National Politics, 1966-1971.
(7 linear feet)

TIERNEY, PAUL J. Member and Chairman, Interstate Commerce Commission. Speeches, 1964.
(-1 linear foot)

TRAVIS, EDMUNDS. Newspaper editor. Personal notes and letters from Lyndon B. Johnson, 1951-1962.
(-1 linear foot)

TRUDEAU, ARTHUR G. Lieutenant General, U.S. Army. Material concerning Trinh Hung Ngah, a prominent Vietnamese citizen, 1957-1976.
(1 linear foot)

TURNER, DONALD F. Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice. Material relating to the operation of the Anti-Trust Division, 1965-1968.
(6 linear feet)

*VALENTI, JACK. Special Assistant to the President. Correspondence with John Steinbeck and Barbara Ward, 1964-1966.
(-1 linear foot)

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WALLACE, ROBERT A. Legal Assistant to Senator Paul Douglas; Staff Director of U.S. Senate Committee on Banking and Urban Affairs; Consultant to John F. Kennedy; Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. Papers, 1948-1969.1
(6 linear feet)

*WARNKE, PAUL C. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs. Memoranda and other material primarily from the files of Warnke's predecessor, John T. McNaughton, dealing with the Vietnam War, 1963-1968.
(4 linear feet)

WATSON, W. MARVIN. Special Assistant to the President; Postmaster General; Executive Vice President of Occidental Petroleum Company. Papers, 1965-1976.
(150 linear feet)

WATTENBERG, BEN. Writer. Research materials for his books, This U. S. A., and The Real America, 1962-1974. 1
(6 linear feet)

*WEBB, JAMES E. Administrator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Chronological file, 1964-1967.
(1 linear foot)

WENK, EDWARD, JR. Technical Assistant to President's Science Adviser and Executive Secretary of Federal Counsil for Science and Technology; Executive Secretary fo the National Council on Marine Resources and Engineering Development. Papers reflecting his government service, 1961-1970.
(91 linear foot)

*WESTMORELAND, WILLIAM C. Commander, United States Military Assistance Command, Vietnam, and Chief of Staff, United States Army. Messages, correspondence, reports, statements, and other material reflecting General Westmoreland's role as Commander of American forces in Vietnam and as Army Chief of Staff, 1962-1973.
(26 linear feet)

WILLIAMS, FRANKLIN H. Ambassador to Ghana. Material on U.S.-Ghana relations, Agency for International Development and Peace Corps programs, and the Vice President's visit to Africa, 1966-1968.
(-1linear foot)
(2 rolls of microfilm)

*WINTERS MELVIN. Friend. Letters from Lyndon B. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson, 1948-1968.
(-1 linear foot)

*WIRTZ, ALVIN J. Attorney and Texas Senator; General Counsel, Lower Colorado River Authority; Under Secretary of the Interior. Papers reflecting his work in establishing LCRA and as general counsel, and his files as a private attorney, 1935-1951.
(7 linear feet)

WOOD, ROBERT C. Under Secretary and Secretary, Department of Housing and Urban Development. Office files, 1964-1969.
(49 linear feet)

WOODWARD, WARREN. Member, National Advisory Commission on Selective Service. Notebooks and other material on selective service, 1965-1967.
(-1 linear foot)

WORLEY, EUGENE. Judge, U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals; Member of Congress; and Member of Texas House of Representatives. Scrapbooks, 1922-1970.
(6 linear feet)