Oral Histories -- Cyrus R. Vance
Cyrus R. Vance (1917-2002)
Special Counsel to the Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee, Senate Armed Services Committee, 1957-1960; General Counsel, Department of Defense, 1961-1962; Secretary of the Army, 1962-1963; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1964-1967; President Johnson's representative in Detroit, Michigan, during the Detroit Riots, 1967; Special Representative of the President to Cyprus, 1967, to Korea, 1968; U.S. Negotiator, Paris Peace Talks on Vietnam, 1968-1969.Cyrus Vance Interview I
Cyrus Vance Interview II
Cyrus Vance Interview III
Cyrus Vance attached a copy of his report on the Detroit Riots to his oral history interviews. Links to the text of the report and several appendices to the report appear below:
Text of the "Final Report of Cyrus R. Vance,
Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, Concerning the Detroit Riots,
July 23 through August 2, 1967"
For other Appendices, contact the LBJ Library by phone at 512-721-0212 or by mail at 2313 Red River, Austin, TX 78705.
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Last Updated October 1, 2008