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LIST OF MATERIALS ON NUCLEAR POWER AND NUCLEAR WEAPONS

 

This list includes the principal files in the Johnson Library that contain material relating to Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons. It is not definitive, however, and researchers should consult with the Library's archivists and seek out other potentially useful files. (See also searches on Arms Control & Disarmament; Science & Technology; Space; and other related topics and individuals.) This search includes those collections that have been opened in part or in whole, as well as those collections that are currently unprocessed or unavailable. Collections that have been opened in part or in whole are marked with an asterisk (*).

 

 

PRE-PRESIDENTIAL PAPERS, 1937-1963

 

LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON ARCHIVES, 1931-1958 (LBJA)

 

In 1958 the Johnson staff began a records management

program that included a plan to dispose of non-current

files. The staff set up the Lyndon Baines Johnson

Archives (LBJA) to house items to be retained rather

than scheduled for disposal. Files from Johnson's

House and Senate tenure screened, and selected files

and items were moved to the LBJA file. Between 1958

and 1963 the staff continued to add to LBJA. During

the White House period, items were occasionally added.

The LBJA comprises four parts: a Congressional file;

a Famous Names file; a Selected Names file; and a

Subject File.

 

Subject Files, 1927-1963

"Armed Services, Disarmament" 64

"Armed Services, [Preparedness,] Production - Weapons" 64

"Defense, National" 65

"Federal Government, [Federal Power Commission,]

Smith, Nelson Lee" 67

"NATO"; "Status of Forces"; and "USSR" 69

"Power - Atomic" 72

"J. W. West, 1958" [regarding Preparedness Hearings

on missile and satellite programs] 103

 

Famous Names

*"Rickover, Admiral H. G., 1958-1960 [nuclear navy]" 7

 

 

 

 

 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PAPERS, 1937-1949 Box #

 

Congressional Committees and Legislative Matters

*Atomic Energy Committee, 1947-1948 164-165

 

 

SENATE PAPERS, 1949-1961 Box #

 

These papers reflect Lyndon Johnson's role as United

States Senator and as Democratic Party leader.

Researchers may request review of individual folders.

Advance notice is preferred.

 

Legislative Files, 1950-1952

*"Atomic Bomb (General)" 227

 

Committee Files, Armed Services Preparedness

Investigating Subcommittees

*"Correspondence and Memoranda, 1951-52" 346

*"Correspondence and Memoranda, 1952-53" 346

*"Releases and Reports, 1950-53" 352-353

*"Preparedness Subcommittee, 1955-1956" 354-355

*"Preparedness Subcommittee, 1957-58" [3 folders] 355

*"Preparedness Subcommittee on Satellite and

Missile Program - Hearings" 355-356

 

Committee Files

*"Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, 1950-1954" 361

 

Work Papers of Gerald W. Siegel Relating to the

85th Congress, 1957-1958

*"Preparedness Subcommittee" 405

 

Office Files of George Reedy, 1951-55

"Defense" 412

 

Office Files of George Reedy, 1956-57

"Atomic Energy [International Atomic Energy

Agency]" 417

*[Folders in Boxes 420 and 421 cover several relevant

topics, including Preparedness Subcommittee hearings]

 

Office Files of George Reedy, 1957-1960

*[Folders in Boxes 421 and 433 concern defense matters and

the Preparedness Subcommittee]

 

1953 Case and Project Files

"[Atomic Energy (Site for Plant)]" 1116

"[Atomic Tests]" 1116

"Federal Power Commission" 1138

 

1956 Case and Project Files

"[Federal Power Commission]" 1127

 

1957 Case and Project Files

"[Nuclear Resources] 1324

"[Senate Preparedness Investigating

Subcommitte - see Committee Papers]" 1342

 

1956 General Files

*"Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee" 567-569

 

1958 Subject Files

"Armed Services, Preparedness, Missile Investigation" 588

"Armed Services, Preparedness, Missiles - Education" 588

"Armed Services, Production, Weapons" 589

*"Power, Atomic, Duval Uranium Mill" 610

 

1959 Subject Files

"Armed Services, Production, Weapons" 648-649

"Defense, National" [2 folders] 664

*"Power, Atomic" 696

 

1960 Subject Files

"Armed Services, Disarmament" 748

"Armed Services, Weapons" 751

*"Power, Atomic" 784

 

Newspaper Clippings, Arranged by Subject, 1956-1958

*"Subcommittee Hearings - Missiles" 2073

 

 

VICE PRESIDENTIAL PAPERS, 1961-1963 Box #

 

These papers reflect Lyndon Johnson's role as Vice

President under President John F. Kennedy. The

Vice Presidential Subject File is not currently

available for research. Requests for review of

individual folders will be accepted for the V.P.

Masters File (see finding aid). Advance notice is

preferred.

 

1961 Subject Files

"Armed Services, Disarmament" 58

*"Armed Services, Production, Weapons" 61

*"Defense, National, Civilian" [includes correspondence

on fallout shelters] 74

"Power, Atomic" 89

 

1962 Subject Files

"Armed Services, Disarmament" [several folders] 123

*"Armed Services, Production, Weapons" [including

material on nuclear testing] 125

*"Armed Services, Weapons, Nuclear Testing" 125

*"Defense, National" 130

*"Power, Atomic" 145

 

 

1963 Subject Files

*"Armed Services, Disarmament" 187

*"Armed Services, Production, Weapons" [including

test ban negotiations] [2 folders] 188

*"Defense, Civilian" 193

*"National Security Council" 193

"Power, Atomic" 209

 

 

VICE PRESIDENTIAL SECURITY FILES Box #

 

Vice-Presidential Travel

*"Berlin, Germany: Berlin Papers for the V.P." 2

*"Report and Related Papers re: Vice President

Johnson's Trip to Germany, August 19-20, 1961" 2

*"[Defense Briefing for Paris Discussions]" 2

*"Vice President's Trip to the Benelux Countries,

November 4-10, 1963" 3

*"V.P. Johnson's Trip - Benelux Countries, November

4-9, 1963" 3

*["V.P. Johnson's Trip - Benelux Countries,

November 4-9, 1963"] 3

 

President Kennedy's Travel

*"President's European Trip Briefing Book, June

1963 (I)" 3

*"President's European Trip Briefing Book, June

1963 (II)" 3

 

National Security Council

*"NSC Discussions re Soviet Long Range Attack

Capabilities, and Space Policy and

Intelligence Requirements, 7/9-10/62 5

*"NSC Decisions on Resumption of Nuclear

Testing with Supporting Data [1961]" 5

 

 

Colonel Burris

*"Emergency Evacuation Instructions for V.P.

(Issued Oct.-Nov. 1962) 5

*"Memos to the Vice President from Col. Burris,

Jan. 1961-June 1962" 5

 

*"Memos to the Vice President from Col. Burris,

July 1962-April 1963" 6

*"Howard Kurtz" 6

 

National Security Policy

*"Nuclear Testing [1961]" 7

*U.S. Negotiating Position-Geneva" 7

*"Notebook on Disarmament 1962" 7

*"Nuclear Test Ban Treaty 1962" 7

*"Disarmament Proposals, February 1963" 7

 

Nations and Regions

*"Policy Papers and Background Studies on Cuba

Affair (I through VI)" 8

*"UN Cables re: Cuba Affair (I through III)" 8

*"Cuba (Miscellaneous Papers) May 1961 and

Nov.-Dec. 1962" 9

*"[President Kennedy Comments on Cuba, 10/31/63]" 9

*"[Notebook on NATO 1960]" 9

 

Government Agencies

*"Atomic Energy Commission" 12

 

 

PRE-PRESIDENTIAL MEMO FILE Box #

 

*"Defense" 6

 

 

WHITE HOUSE CENTRAL FILES (WHCF)

 

This permanent White House Office was the main filing unit during the Johnson presidency, although not the primary file for foreign policy documents (see National Security File [NSF] below). Material in the WHCF was filed under 60 major subject headings, several of which are pertinent to Nuclear Power and Nuclear Weapons. For detailed descriptions of the various subject headings and subheadings, with their corresponding files, consult the WHCF finding aid.

 

WHITE HOUSE CENTRAL FILES (WHCF), SUBJECT FILE Box #

 

AT - Atomic Energy

*(This whole catagory comprises material relating

to the research, development, use, and control

of atomic and nuclear energy for non-military

purposes. See WHCF finding aid for detailed

description of the following: AT, Atomic Energy;

AT 1, Health - Medical; AT 2, Industrial; AT 3,

Peace Promotion; AT 3-1, International Agreements;

AT 3-1/CO, International Agreements, Country.) 1-3

 

CO - Country

*CO 92, Germany (includes material on opposition to

West German scientists working on atomic

missiles projects in Egypt) 32-35

*CO 190, Mexico (includes material on joint U.S.-

Mexico International Atomic Energy Saline

Feasibility Study Agreement) 52-55

*CO 304, United Arab Republic (includes material on

opposition to West German scientists working on

atomic missiles projects in Egypt) 75

 

 

DI - Disasters

*DI 1, Accidents (material relating to the Titan II

silo accident in Arkansas) 1

 

FG - Federal Government - Organizations

*FG 11-6, Office of Emergency Planning/Preparedness 66 *FG 11-9, Office of Science and Technology 121-123

*FG 115, Department of Defense 160-168

*FG 125, Department of the Navy 174-179

*FG 130, Deparment of Air Force 179-183

*FG 145, Department of the Interior 203-207

*FG 202, Atomic Energy Commission 261-264

*FG 232, Federal Power Commission 231-232

*FG 293, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency 311

*FG 415, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy 338

*FG 600, Task Force on Electric Power 364

*FG 643, Committee on Nuclear Proliferation 378

*FG 660, Federal Council for Science and Technology 382

*FG 662, Federal Radiation Council 382

*FG 697, Missile Sites Labor Commission 390

*FG 726, President's Science Advisory Committee 401

*FG 809, Southern Interstate Nuclear Board 425

 

HE - Health

*HE 6, Radiological Health 19

 

IT - International Organizations

*IT 5-1, Atomic Energy Community (EURATOM) 2

*IT 13, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) 3

*IT 47/A-Z, United Nations international conferences

(such as the Third International Conference on

the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy) 10-15

*IT 60, Inter-American Nuclear Energy Commission [1 item] 17

 

LE - Legislation

*LE/AT, Atomic Energy 29

*LE/FG 202, Atomic Energy Commission 45

*LE/HE 6, Radiological Health 60-61

*LE/ND 21, Weapons - Ordnances 141

*LE/PCI, Disarmament 147

 

ND - National Security - Defense

*ND 2, Civil Defense 3-4

*ND 2-3, Shelters 4

*ND 4-3, Strategic Materials 5-6

*ND 16, Ships - Submarines 191-192

*ND 20-1, Atomic - Biological - Chemical Warfare 422

*ND 21, Weapons - Ordnance - Munitions 423-425

*ND 21-2, Missiles - Torpedoes, Rockets - Bombs 426

 

PC - Peace

*PC 1, Disarmament 3-4

 

 

PU - Publications

*PU1/FG 202, Atomic Energy Commission 15

 

SP - Speeches

*(These files include all speeches, addresses, talks,

remarks, and statements read by President Johnson or

read for him, as well as speeches made by his staff

and others. Files also include background material

such as supporting documents, correspondence, drafts,

and press releases. Arranged by WHCF Subject File

headings, the files are accessible through the WHCF

finding aid. For additional references to speeches,

see SPECIAL FILES, STATEMENTS OF LYNDON B. JOHNSON

(below). See also the cumulative index to the PUBLIC

PAPERS OF LYNDON B. JOHNSON for additional guidance.)

 

ST - States - Territories

*ST 51, Territories and Islands [including nuclear test

at Bikini Atoll, 1968] 19

 

UT - Utilities

*UT, Utilities 1

*UT 2, Electricity 8-9

*UT 2-1, Public Power 9-12

*UT 4, Utilities Water Supply 13-14

 

 

WHITE HOUSE CENTRAL FILES (WHCF), NAME FILE

 

This file serves as a name index to the WHCF Subject File. A Name File, in general, contains copies of the first page of a document (thus serving as cross references) filed in the Subject File. Please request files by name of individual or organization. There is a card file in the Reading Room card catalog indicating those Name Files which are already available for research.

 

[Examples: "Glenn T. Seaborg" and "Argonne National Laboratory"]

 

WHITE HOUSE CENTRAL FILES, CONFIDENTIAL FILE (CF) Box #

 

Arranged in the same subject catagories as the WHCF

Subject File, this file contains material that was

security classified or otherwise sensitive. The CF

Name File serves as a name index to the CF Subject

File. This collection also includes agency reports

and oversize attachments. The CF has been entirely

processed, but some documents remained classified.

 

WHCF, CF, Subject File:

 

CF AT - Atomic Energy

*AT 2, Industrial 1

*AT 3, Peace Promotion 1

*AT 3-1, International Agreements 1

 

CF FG - Federal Government - Organizations

*FG 11-9, Office of Science and Technology 20

*FG 115, Department of Defense 26-27

*FG 125, Department of the Navy 28

*FG 130, Department of the Air Force 28

*FG 145, Department of the Interior 29

*FG 202, Atomic Energy Commission 31

*FG 232, Federal Power Commission 32

*FG 293, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency 33

*FG 600, Task Force on Electric Power 36

*FG 643, Committee on Nuclear Proliferation 39

*FG 697, Missile Sites Labor Commission 39

CF HE - Health

*HE 6, Radiological Health 54

 

CF IT - International Organizations

*IT 13, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) 58

 

CF LE - Legislation

*LE/AT, Atomic Energy 62

*LE/HE 6, Radiological Health 63

 

CF ND - National Defense

*ND 4-3, Strategic Materials 68

*ND 16, Ships - Submarines 70

*ND 20-1, Atomic - Biological - Chemical 74

*ND 21, Weapons - Ordnance - Munitions 74

 

CF PC - Peace

*PC 1, Disarmament 75

 

CF SP - Speeches

*(Refer to the WHCF, CF finding aid to locate

relevant speeches. An example is SP 3-213,

25th Anniversary of Atomic Energy, Chicago,

Illinois, from the White House via closed

circuit TV, 12-2-67, Box 89)

 

CF UT - Utilities

*UT 2-1, Public Power 97

 

WHCF, CF, Subject Reports:

 

Agency Reports

*Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) 108-109

*Department of the Air Force 110

*Department of Defense 110-121

*Federal Power Commission 123

*Office of Science and Technology 129

*Department of State 132

*U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency 134

 

WHITE HOUSE CENTRAL FILES, AIDES FILES Box #

 

Bellinger, Ceil

*"Anti-missile missiles" 1

"Defense" 4

"Desalinization" 5

"Disarmament" 5

*"Electric Power" 9

"Multilateral Force" 13

 

Benchley, Peter

"Letters of Transmittal": Power Plant Locations -

Office of Science and Technology (OST) Report" 3

 

Busby, Horace

*"Desalinization Study" 5

*"Ramey, James T., AEC Commissioner" 14

*"Memos for Dr. Donald F. Hornig, 1964-1965" 19

*"Memos for Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg (AEC) 1965" 20

*"Hearings - Joint Committee on Atomic Energy" 24

*"Office of Science and Technology" 29

*"Miscellaneous Memos on: AEC Biweekly Reports" 34

*"Atomic Energy Amendment Signing, 8-26-64" 35

*"Desalting Research Signing" 42

 

Califano, Joseph

*"Energy R & D and National Progress" 30

 

Cater, Douglass

*"Correspondence with Steve Rivicin, President's

Science Advisory Council" 12

*"[Memos to the President] 5/64-8/64" (including

message to Geneva Conference on Peaceful Uses

of Atomic Energy) 13

*"Memos to and from Lee White" [Aug. 1965 - Jan.

1966] (including AEC power line problems) 13

*"[Memos] To the President, Sept. 1965 (including

Desalting Conference) 14

*"Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1964" (questions

about fall-out and the electronic lock on

nuclear weapons) 17

Duggan, Ervin

*"Enrico Fermi Award Presentation" 13

Gaither, James

*"Nuclear Proliferation Treaty" 28

*"Southern Interstate Nuclear Board" 45

*"Electric Power" 83

*"Electric Power" 96

 

Goldstein, Ernest

*"Federal Power Commission" 5

 

Goodwin, Richard

*"Bodega Bay Atomic Park" 24

 

Hardesty, Robert

"AEC (Brown)" 16

"AEC" 21

[Material Received May 1972:] "Nuclear Desalting" 36

 

 

McPherson, Harry

"AEC" (including Atomic Energy Commission and Europe) 1

*"Energy" 7

*"Federal Power Commission" 8

*"Non-Proliferation Treaty" 12

"Space" (including anti-ballistic missile system) 16

"Water" (including desalting plant proposal) 17

*"Mideast" (including U.S. plans for desalting plants) 42

*"Non-Proliferation Treaty (1968)" 43

 

Macy, John

As chairman of the Civil Service Commission, John

Macy maintained files on all persons considered for

appointment and corresponding organizations. Folders

are reviewed on request. A card file listing available

folders is in the Reading Room card catalog. These

include:

*"Atomic Energy Commission" 747

*"Atomic Energy Commission" 764-765

*"Atomic Energy Commission" 901

*"Glenn T. Seaborg" 526

*"Udall, Stewart L." 606

 

Manatos, Mike

*"MLF" 9

*"Test Ban Treaty" 10

*"Atomic Energy Commission, 1967" 16

 

Middleton, Harry

"Source Index: Defense" 58

"Atomic Energy: Nuclear Desalting Program and

Atomic Energy in the Next Decade" 90

"Foreign Policy" (includes "Avoiding Nuclear War") 90

 

Moyers, Bill

*"Arms Control Authorization" 5

*"Defense, 1/18/65" (regarding President's

message to Congress) 5

*"BDM Memos, September 1966-February 1967" 12

*"Hornig Memos" (on construction of Stanford Linear

Accelerator, and action on high energy physics) 76

*"Desalinization" 79

*"[Notes on Foreign Policy Issues]" (including

Multilateral Force) 105

*"Notebook on First 300 Days" (listing Johnson

administration's accomplishments in space and

atomic energy) 109

*"AEC" (Charles E. Johnson memo to Walt Rostow

on charge of U.S. lagging behind in peaceful uses

of nuclear energy) 113

*"AEC Report on Control of Thermonuclear Research" 113

*"Disarmament" 115

*"Uranium Contract" 133

 

Nimitz, Matthew

*"Vice President, Speeches of" [8/21/67] 14

 

Panzer, Fred

"Federal Programs, 1966-67, Agencies, 1 of 4"

(including Atomic Energy Commission [AEC] 141

"Hudson Institute Reports" (including nuclear

Weapons) 150

*"Nuclear Weapons" 181

*"U.S. Power and Defenses" 182

*"Arms Control in the European Political Environment" 210

*"Appendix 4, Press Attitudes to Arms Control in

Four Countries, 1946-63" 211

*"Brookings Institution Research Reports (including

Number 63 on nuclear energy) 230

*"Study of Demographics of Nuclear War" 239

*"Study of Demographics of Nuclear War" 240

*"China Joins Nuclear Club" 243

*"Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons" 249

*"Arms Control" 319

*"Atom" 320

*"Federal Power Commission" 357

*"Missiles" 383

"National Security - Defense" 386

*"Nonproliferation Treaty Message Responses" 387

*"Nuclear Treaty" [file missing] 387 *"Nuclear Treaty" 389

*"SP - Speeches - Atomic Energy, Space, etc." 401

*"Atomic Energy Commission" 467

"Federal Power Commission" 467

*"Accomplishments by Agency: Atomic Energy Commission" 472

*"Federal Power Commission" 472

*"Test Ban Treaty" 499

*"Miscellaneous Material Dealing with AEC [etc.]" 529

"Busby Reports: Atomic Energy Commission" 544

*"Federal Power Commission" 544

*"United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency" 545

*"Atomic Energy Commission" 548

*"Arms Control and Disarmament" 548

 

Pierson, Devier

"Federal Power Commission" 24

 

Reedy, George

*"National Defense" 10

 

Salinger, Pierre

*"Agency Reports: U.S. Atomic Energy Commission's

Public Announcement & Summaries of Nuclear Tests, 1963" 1

 

Sinclair, Ivan

"List of Members of `Scientists and Engineers

for Johnson' [1964]" 18

 

Sparks, Will

*"Arms Control and Disarmament" 2

*"Atomic Energy Commission" 2

"Desalinzation" 7

 

Wilson, Henry Hall

"Federal Power Commission" 8

 

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, 1963-1969

 

The National Security File (NSF) was the working file of President Johnson's special assistants for national security affairs, McGeorge Bundy and Walt Rostow. Documents in the file originated in the offices of Bundy and Rostow and their staffs, in the various executive departments and agencies, especially those concerning foreign affairs and national defense, and in diplomatic and military posts around the world. More than half of the National Security File has been processed. Folders whose titles are preceded by an asterisk (*) have been processed and their contents declassified in whole or in part. Lists of classified documents have been placed in folders, and you may request mandatory review of individual documents that have not yet been declassified in full. Those folders not preceded by an asterisk (*) are unprocessed and are not subject to mandatory declassification review. Please consult with an archivist for information on the processing schedule.

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, SPEECH FILE Box #

 

*"President's TV Address to the Nation, 10/18/64" 2

(on China's testing its first nuclear bomb)

[Consult Statements of Lyndon B. Johnson file

described below and index to the published

PUBLIC PAPERS volumes for possible references

on nuclear power and nuclear weapons in speeches

also listed in the NSF finding aid.]

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, SUBJECT FILE Box #

 

*Deep Underground Command Center 8

*Desalting Projects, Vols. 1 and 2 8-9

*Disarmament 10-14

*EURATOM (Atomic Energy Community) 15

*International Atomic Energy Agency 20

*Joint Committee on Atomic Energy 20

*Multilateral Force 22-25

*Non-Proliferation Treaty 26

*Nuclear Testing - General, Vol. 1 27

*Nuclear Testing - U.S. Testing Program - FY 1963,

Dominic Series, Vol. 1 27

Nuclear Testing - U.S. Testing Program, FY 1964-

FY 1969, Vols. 2-7 27-29

Nuclear Testing and Weapons [in foreign countries] 29-34

Nuclear Weapons - Near East, Vol. 1 34

Agreements for Cooperation--Peaceful Uses of

Atomic Energy, Vols. 1-3 34-35

Agreements for Cooperation--Communication of

of U.S. Atomic Information, Vol. 1 35

Presidential Task Force, Committee on

Nuclear Proliferation 35

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, AGENCY FILE Box #

 

*Atomic Energy Commission 7

*Department of Defense 11-20

*Department of the Interior (including Bikini Atoll) 29

*International Atomic Energy Agency 29

*Joint Chiefs of Staff 29-33

*NATO 35-40

Office of Emergency Planning, Vols. 1-3 41

*Office of Science and Technology, Vol. 1 42

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, COMMITTEE FILE Box #

 

*Committee on Nuclear Proliferation (including

material on atomic energy, EURATOM, the

International Atomic Energy Agency, and

nuclear weapons systems; see NSF finding aid). 1-11

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, INTELLIGENCE FILE Box #

 

*India's Unconventional Warfare Force, 4/66-6/66 2

*Soviet Military Posture (Fulbright Committee

Briefing) 2/66 8

*[Meetings, Records, Memoranda on the Uses of Nuclear

Weapons] 9/64-6/65 9

Nuclear Control - Miscellaneous 9

Arms Control Messages Exchanged Between President

Johnson and Chairman, USSR [Vol. 1], and [Vol. 2]

1963-1968 11

*Arms Limitation Talks, 1968 11

[Test Ban Treaty] 1966 11

 

[Copies of Arms Control Messages Exchanged Between

President Johnson and Chairman, USSR, 1963-1968] 12

[Miscellaneous CIA Intelligence Memoranda, Special

Reports, Joint Studies, and Intelligence Reports] 12-15

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE ESTIMATES Box #

 

*"4, Arms and Disarmament" 1

*"11-60 through 11-68, USSR" 2

*"13-61 through 13-65, Communist China" 4

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, COUNTRY FILE Box #

 

Cuba

*"Strategic Missiles in Cuba, 1967" 20

*"Press and Magazine Clippings `Missile Crisis' 1962" 30

 

France

*"Vols. 4-14" [various cables and memos, June

1964-January 1969] 170-174

 

Germany

*"Vol. 9" [various cables and memos, August

1965-January 1966] 186

*"Brandt Visit" [5-18-64] 190

 

Spain

*"TS/RD B-52/KC-135 Accident" [1-17-66] 204

 

United Kingdom

*"Vols. 1-8" [various cables and memos, November

1963-July 1966] 206-209

*"PM Home Visit Briefing Book" [Feb. 1964] 212

*"PM Home Visit" [Feb. 1964] 213

*"Meetings with Walker" etc. [Feb. 1964] 213

*"PM Wilson Visit Briefing Book" [Dec. 1964] 214

*"Wilson Visit" [Dec. 1964] 215

*"PM Wilson Visit" etc. [12-17-65] 215

*"PM Wilson Visit Briefing Book" [7-29-66] 216

*"U.K. Foreign Sec. Brown Visit" [10-14-66] 216

 

China

*"Nuclear Factories" 224

 

Ryukyu Islands 281

 

United Nations

*"Disarmament, Vol. 1" 290

 

U.S.S.R. - Addendum

*"[Glassboro Memcons, 6/67]" 295

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, DECLASSIFIED AND SANITIZED

DOCUMENTS FROM UNPROCESSED FILES (DSDUF) Box #

 

National Security File, Country File

*"Denmark, Vol. 1, Box 168" (information on crash

in Greenland of U.S. plane with nuclear weapons) 1

 

National Security File, Files of McGeorge Bundy

*"Chron. File, Feb. 1964 (1-14)" 1

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, FILES OF MCGEORGE BUNDY Box #

 

*"B" [George Ball speech on nuclear weapons in

Europe] 15

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, FILES OF WALT W. ROSTOW Box #

 

*"Nuclear Weapons--Contingency Planning" 7

*[Files on LBJ/Kosygin Glassboro summit on

strategic arms limitation] 10-11

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, INTERNATIONAL MEETINGS

AND TRAVEL FILE Box #

 

*"Defense Policy Conference" 34

*"Ministerial Meeting" [4 folders] 34-35

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT Box #

 

This chronological series consists of memoranda (with attachments) to the President from his national security advisors, McGeorge Bundy (1963-1966s) and Walt W. Rostow (1966-1969). Virtually all of the 44 boxes have been opened for research. Material on nuclear strategic weapons is scattered throughout. See NSF finding aid.

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, FILES OF GORDON CHASE Box #

 

*"An Independent Nuclear Detterent - Some Statements" 5

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, FILES OF C.V. CLIFTON Box #

 

*[Several files are relevant to the U.S. military

and nuclear weapons.] 1-3

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, FILES OF CHESTER COOPER Box #

 

*"SANE [National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy]" 1

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, FILES OF CHARLES E. JOHNSON Box #

 

"Atomic Energy Commission" 1-2

"NATO - U.S. Atomic Information to Power

Failure, Northeast" 5

"Bombs in Orbit" 11

[Nuclear Files: comprises an extensive group on nuclear

weapons and nuclear power. See the National Security

File finding aid for details.] 30-50

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, FILES OF SPURGEON KEENY Box #

 

[Most files concern nuclear weapons or nuclear power.

See National Security File finding aid for details.] 1-8

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, FILES OF ROBERT W. KOMER Box #

 

"Desalinization - 1964" 19

"Desalinization - 1965-March 1966" 19

"India Nuclear - 1964-1965-March 1966" 25

"Israel Desalinization - 1964-1965-March 1966" 29

"Israel Nuclear Energy Program - 1964-1965-March 1966" 29

"Nuclear Weapons - November 1963-March 1966" 44

"UAR [United Arab Republic] Missile and Nuclear

Program - December 1963-March 1966" 53

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, FILES OF HAROLD H. SAUNDERS Box #

 

"India Nuclear, 4-1-66 - 4-30-67" 14

"Middle East Desalting, 21-1-67 - 1-20-69" 26

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, NAME FILE Box #

 

Composed primarily of folders on the members of the National Security Staff during the Johnson administration. Please refer to the NSF finding aid for more detailed information.

 

*C. Johnson Memos [Charles E. Johnson handled

scientific matters, weaponry, arms control,

atomic energy, and space matters. Johnson

served as the NSC liaison with the AEC and

NASA.] 5

 

*Spurgeon Keeny Memos [Keeny's areas of

responsibilty included military technology,

disarmament, arms control, and scientific

aspects of weapons.] 5

 

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, NATIONAL SECURITY

ACTION MEMORANDUMS Box #

 

NSAM 50: Official Announcement of Launching into

Space of Systems Involving Nuclear Power in

Any Form, 4-10-65 1

NSAM 143: Nuclear Weapons for NATO Forces, 4-10-62 1

NSAM 197: Improved Procedure--Communication to

Other Countries of RD on Weapons, 10-23-62 1

NSAM 245: High Yield Nuclear Weapons, 5-21-63 2

NSAM 253: Multilateral Force, 7-13-63 2

NSAM 269: Procedure for Approval of Certain

Nuclear Tests, 10-31-63 2

NSAM 287: Release Procedures for Nuclear Weapons

Assigned in Support of Canadian CF-101, 3-14-64 3

NSAM 300: Review of Alternative Communications,

Navigation, Missile and Space Tracking and

Data Acquisition Facilities, 5-19-64 4

NSAM 305: Dispersal Plan for NORAD Air Defense

Service, 5-22-64 4

NSAM 305: Nuclear Weapons Dispersal Authorization

for FY 1964, 6-16-64 5

*NSAM 307: Review of Underground Nuclear Tests,

6-19-64 5

NSAM 311: Review of the Problem of Assurance

Against Any Missile Crisis in Cuba, 7-10-64 5

*NSAM 318: Future of Nuclear Defense of Atlantic

Alliance, 11-14-64 6

*NSAM 320: Task Force on Nuclear Proliferation,

11-25-64 6

NSAM 321: Review of Strategic Stockpile Objectives,

12-1-64 6

NSAM 322: Guidelines for Discussions on the Nuclear

Defense of the Atlantic Alliance, 12-17-64 6

NSAM 334: Re Request for Nuclear Weapons Dispersal

Authorization, 6-1-65 7

NSAM 335: Preparation of Arms Control Program,

6-28-65 7

NSAM 345: Nuclear Planning, 4-22-66 8

NSAM 347: Release of Public Information Concerning

Soviet, French and Communist Chinese Nuclear

Tests, 5-24-66 8

*NSAM 351: Indian Nuclear Weapons Problem, 6-10-66 8

*NSAM 354: U.S. Cooperation with European Launcher

Development Organization (ELDO), 7-29-66 9

*NSAM 355: Indian Nuclear Weapons Problem, further

to NSAM 351, 8-1-66 9

*NSAM 357: The Technological Gap [between U.S. and

Europe], 11-25-66 9

NSAM 364: Nuclear Weapons Dispersal Authorization

for FY 1967-FY 1968, 8-14-67 9

*NSAM 365: Nuclear Propulsion Plant for CVAN 68,

10-2-67 9

 

*NSAM 369: Assignment of Highest National Priority

to the Sentinel Program, 3-29-68 9

NSAM 370: Nuclear Weapons Deployment Authorization

for FY 1969 and FY 1970 9

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, NATIONAL SECURITY

COUNCIL HISTORIES Box #

 

*Trilateral Negotiations and NATO, 1966-1967" 50-51

*"Non-Proliferation Treaty" 55-56

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, NATIONAL SECURITY

COUNCIL MEETINGS FILE Box #

 

NSC Meetings, Vol. 1

*"Soviet Military Capabilities, 12-5-63" 1

*"Cutback in Nuclear Production, 4-22-64" 1

 

NSC Meetings, Vol. 2

*"FY 1965 Underground Nuclear Test Program, 6-16-64" 1

 

NSC Meetings, Vol. 3

*"Communist China, 10-17-64" 1

*"The Problem of Indian Nuclear Weapons, 6-9-66" 2

 

NSC Meetings, Vol. 5

*"Draft Treaty on Non-Proliferation of Nuclear

Weapons, 3-27-68" 2

*"Stockpile Criteria, 10-31-68" 2

 

 

NATIONAL SECURITY FILE, SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF THE

NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL Box #

 

Subject File

"Arms Limitations" 9

"Desalinization" 10

 

 

 

SPECIAL FILES, 1927-1973

 

CABINET PAPERS

 

*"Cabinet Meeting, 10/20/64" [includes material on

China's testing of nuclear bomb] 1

 

*"Cabinet Meeting, 6/28/67" [includes material on

the Glassboro summit conference] 9

 

*"Cabinet Meeting, 1/17/69" [includes review and

backup material on Dept. of Defense, by Sec. Clifford] 16

 

ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORIES

 

At the end of the Johnson administration each agency and department prepared a history of its activities and accomplishments. See the finding aid for complete information and tables of contents for each history.

 

*Atomic Energy Commission

*Department of Defense

*Department of the Interior (including Bikini Atoll nuclear

bomb test; and Desalinization projects)

*Department of State

*Office of Emergency Preparedness

*Office of Science and Technology

*U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency

 

 

DIARIES AND APPOINTMENT LOGS OF LYNDON B. JOHNSON

 

The Daily Diary is a log sheet of President Johnson's appointments and phone calls, maintained by the White House secretaries. The Diary Cards, in the card catalogue in the Reading Room, provide an alphabetically arranged name index to the dates in the Daily Diary. The President's Appointment File (also called "Diary Backup"), contains aides' memos and briefings, press releases, schedules, and some notes and reports from meetings and appointments. See the Diaries and Appointment Logs finding aid for appropriate boxes in the Daily Diary and the President's Appointment File ["Diary Backup"].

 

Diary Cards of a few relevant topics and individuals include:

 

Atomic Energy Commission (2 cards)

AEC (Atomic Energy Commission) Commissioners (1 card)

Atomic (1 card)

Atomic Energy, Peaceful Use of (1 card)

Atomic Energy Celebration (1 card)

Science Advisory Committee (5 cards)

Seaborg, Glenn T. (61 cards)

Udall, Stewart L. (225 cards)

 

 

HANDWRITING FILE Box #

 

The Handwriting File is a unique collection in that

some of its documents do not appear in any other

collection. Formed by Dorothy Territo, LBJ's special

assistant, the Handwriting File comprises documents

on which LBJ's handwritten notes appear.

 

Notes, etc. from Mr. Johnson's Desk, 1961-1963

*"ICBM" 1

 

 

June 1964

*"Missile Sites Labor Commission, 6/23" 3

 

May 1-15, 1965 [2 of 2] (May 10 - May 31)

*"LBJ views on President seeing various Utility

Groups, 5/11" 7

 

August 16-31, 1965 [1 of 2] (August 16 - August 23)

*"Federal Power Commission, 8/19" 9

 

August 16-31, 1965 [2 of 2] (August 23 - August 31)

*"Atomic Energy Commission, 8/23, 8/24" 9

 

January 1966 [1 of 5] (Jan. 1 - Jan. 6)

*"President's Science Advisory Committee, 1/4" 11

 

January 1966 [4 of 5] (Jan. 17 - Jan. 26)

*"AEC - nuclear reactor - Desalting Project, 1/20" 11

 

February 1966 [1 of 4] (Feb. 1 - Feb. 11)

*"British - collective nuclear arrangement, 2/3 (1/28)" 12

 

May 1966 [3 of 4] (May 16 - May 23)

*"Atomic Energy Commission vacancy, 5/19" 14

 

June 1966 [5 of 5] (June 27 - June 30)

*"Atomic Energy Commission, 6/29" 16

 

July 1966 [2 of 3] (July 14 - July 19)

*"Non-proliferation Treaty" 16

 

August 1966 [4 of 4] (August 25 - August 31)

*"South - CA Desalting Plant" 17

 

September 1967 [1 of 4] (Sept. 1 - Sept. 14)

*"LBJ support of Glenn Seaborg" 24

 

November 1967 [4 of 4] (Nov. 20 - Nov. 30)

*"UK nuclear sub program, 11/21" 26

*"Miscellaneous Notes from Cabinet Room meeting

re: Cabriolet nuclear test, 11/28" 26

 

July 1968 [1 of 3] (July 12 - July 24)

*"Funds for ABMS, 7/5" 30

 

 

LEGISLATIVE BACKGROUND AND DOMESTIC CRISES FILE

 

*Outer Space Treaty History 1-2

 

 

 

 

 

STATEMENTS OF LYNDON B. JOHNSON

 

This chronologically arranged file includes speeches and remarks

made by Lyndon Johnson throughout his career, together with speech

drafts, memoranda, teleprompter texts, note cards, and other

supporting material. The researcher should search the finding aid

database by the following keywords: "atomic"; "nuclear"; "missile"; "weapon"; "energy"; and "power." See also White House Central Files, Subject File, SP - Speeches (above).

 

 

TASK FORCE REPORTS

 

*1966 Task Force on Electric Power (Donald F. Hornig, chairman)

 

 

 

RECORDS OF WHITE HOUSE OFFICES, 1963-1969

 

WHITE HOUSE PRESS OFFICE FILES Box #

 

The White House Press Office facilitated relations

between the media and President Johnson, as represented

by his press secretary. These files are both the

finished product of the White House Press Office's

activities and its working papers.

 

Background Briefings

*"May 14, 1964-September 22, 1964"

7/16 - Dr. Donald F. Hornig - Desalting Talks

8/2 - Hornig - World Water Problems 80

*"January 7, 1965-January 18, 1965"

1/18 - State of the Nation's Defenses 80

*"October 5, 1965 - December 10, 1965"

12/10 - Secretary Connor, Secretary Freeman,

Adminstrator Webb, Chairman Seaborg, and Dr. Hornig 80

*"July 1, 1968-July 31, 1968"

7/1 - Nonproliferation Treaty 83

 

Background Briefings (second set)

*"July - August 1964"

7/1 - Desalting Talks 84

*"August 1965"

8/17 - Statement on the Draft Treaty to Prevent

the Spread of Nuclear Weapons 85

*"December 1965"

12/10 - Secretary Connor, Secretary Freeman,

Administrator Webb, Chairman Seaborg, and Dr. Hornig 85

*"July 1-15, 1968"

7/1 - Nonproliferation Treaty 88

 

 

 

PERSONAL PAPERS

 

These collections of papers from individuals or organizations came to the Library separate from President Johnson's papers. See the Personal Papers finding aid for more detailed information about their contents and availability.

 

*BALL, GEORGE. Under Secretary of State, 1962-1966.

 

*BATOR, FRANCIS. Senior Staff Member, National Security File, 1964-1967; Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1965-1967.

 

BROWN, HAROLD. Director of Research and Engineering, Department of Defense; Secretary of the Air Force. 16 linear feet.

 

*CLIFFORD, CLARK. Special Advisor; Secretary of Defense. 11 linear feet.

 

*COHEN, WILBUR J. Assistant Secretary, Under Secretary, and Secretary, Department of HEW, 1961-1979 [see Box 342,

"Nuclear Resonance Advisory Commission"].

 

*FLAX, ALEXANDER H. Assistant Secretary for Research and Development, Department of the Air Force: material on research and development, 1963-1968. 1 linear ft.

 

HALPERIN, MORTON H. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs; Staff Member, National Security Council. 6 linear feet.

 

*HORNIG, DONALD F. Director of Office of Science and Technology: chronological files, testimonies, speeches, appointment books, (1964-1969). 4 linear ft.

 

PEARSON, DREW. Newspaper columnist and author. 537 linear feet.

 

*SANDERS, HAROLD BAREFOOT, JR. Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division, Department of Justice; Legislative Counsel to the President. 11 linear ft.

 

*SEABORG, GLENN T. Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC): 12 volumes comprising his personal journal (vols. 7- 17, Nov. 1963-Jan. 1969), copies of documents from his files, and press clippings (1961-1971). 20 inches.

 

*WARNKE, PAUL C. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs. 4 linear feet.

 

WENK, EDWARD, JR. Technical Assistant to the President's Science Advisor. 91 linear feet.

 

 

RECORDS FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

 

The Library holds small bodies of records from the Department of the Treasury, the White House Office, and twenty temporary federal commissions, committees, and conferences that met partially or entirely during the Johnson administration. The Library also holds copies of selected records from government agencies, mainly covering the Johnson presidency and vice presidency. Most of these records are on microfilm, but also included are photocopies, carbon copies, and printed material. An asterisk (*) indicates that a collection has been opened in whole or in part.

 

Copies of Agency Records:

*Department of Defense (19 linear feet [and 89 microfilm

rolls not open])

*Federal Power Commission (2 linear feet)

*Office of Emergency Planning (4 linear feet and

62 microfilm rolls)

*Office of Science and Technology (9 linear feet [and

429 microfilm rolls not open])

*U.S. Arms Control & Disarmament Agency (less than 1 ft.

and 6 microfilm rolls)

 

 

 

ORAL HISTORY COLLECTION

 

Transcripts of oral history interviews may be consulted at the Library or borrowed by mail through interlibrary loan by writing the Supervisory Archivist, Lyndon B. Johnson Library, 2313 Red River, Austin, TX 78705. A complete list of available interviews is maintained in card file in the Reading Room. Interviews with the following persons contain information on nuclear power and nuclear weapons:

 

ASPINALL, WAYNE. Congressman from Colorado; Chairman of the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

 

BALL, GEORGE W. Under Secretary of State, 1961-1966; U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, 1968.

 

BENNETT, IVAN L., JR. Deputy Directory, Office of Science and Technology.

 

BLACK, DAVID S. Bonneville Power Administrator; Vice Chairman, Federal Power Commission; Under Secretary of the Interior.

 

BOHLEN, CHARLES E. U.S. Ambassador to U.S.S.R., 1953-1957; Deputy Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, 1968-1969.

 

BROWN, HAROLD. Chief Scientist, Department of Defense; Secretary of the Air Force.

 

 

BUNDY, WILLIAM P. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs; Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs.

 

CLIFFORD, CLARK M. Special Counsel to the President, 1946-1950; Secretary of Defense, 1968-1969.

 

DAVIS, JOHN J. General, U.S. Army; Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence, 1957-1961, 1963-1966; Assistant Director of Production, National Security Agency, 1961-1963; Assistant Director (Weapons Evaluation and Control), U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1966-1970.

 

ENTHOVEN, ALAIN C. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, 1962; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Analysis, 1965- 1968.

 

FINLETTER, THOMAS K. U.S. Ambassador to NATO, 1961-1965.

 

FISHER, ADRIAN SANFORD. Deputy Director, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1961-1969.

 

FOSTER, JOHN STUART, JR. Physicist; Director, Defense Research and Engineering, Department of Defense, 1965-1969.

 

GILPATRICK, ROSWELL. Head of Task Force on Nuclear Proliferation.

 

GOODPASTER, ANDREW J. Army general; Defense Liaison Officer and Staff Secretary to the President, 1954-1961; Assistant Division Commander, 3rd Infantry Division; Supreme Allied Commander in Europe.

 

HELMS, RICHARD R. Deputy Director for Operations, CIA, 1965-1966; Director, CIA, 1966-1973.

 

HESBURGH, THEODORE. President of Notre Dame; member of the International Atomic Energy Agency.

 

HICKENLOOPER, BOURKE B. Senator from Iowa; member of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy.

 

HORNIG, DONALD F. Director, Office of Science and Technology, Executive Office of the President, 1964-1969.

 

HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. Senator from Minnesota; member of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy.

 

IGNATIUS, PAUL R. Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations and Logistics, 1961-1963; Under Secretary, 1964; Assistant Secretary of Defense, 1964-1967; Secretary of the Navy, 1967-1969.

 

INK, DWIGHT A. Member of the Atomic Energy Commission, 1951-1965.

 

KATZENBACH, NICHOLAS deB. Assitant Attorney General, 1961-1962; Deputy Attorney General, 1962-1964; Acting and Later U.S. Attorney General; Under Secretary of State, 1966-1969.

 

LEMAY, CURTIS. General, U.S. Air Force; Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force.

 

LEMNITZER, LYMAN. General, U.S. Army; Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1960-1962.

 

LILIENTHAL, DAVID E. Member, Board for International Control of Atomic Energy, State Department, 1946; Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission, 1946-1950.

 

McCLOY, JOHN J. Coordinator, U.S. Disarmament Activities, 1961- 1963.

 

McCONNELL, JOHN P. General, U.S. Air Force; Vice Commander-in- Chief, Strategic Air Command, 1961-1962; Deputy Commander-in- Chief, U.S. European Command, 1962-1964; Vice Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force, 1964-1965; Chief of Staff, 1965-1969.

 

McNAMARA, ROBERT S. Secretary of Defense, 1961-1968.

 

MOORER, THOMAS H. Admiral, U.S. Navy; Commander-in-Chief, Pacific, 1964-1965; Chief of Naval Operations, 1967-1970.

 

NITZE, PAUL HENRY. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1961-1963; Secretary of the Navy, 1963-1967; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1967-1969.

 

O'BRIEN, LAWRENCE. Special Presidential Assistant; Postmaster General. [Consult the following intereviews: No. 9 (pp. 4- 12); No. 10 (p. 9); No. 16 (pp. 38-42); No. 25 (pp. 13-16); No. 26 (pp. 18, 37-39); No. 32 (pp. 16-27).]

 

PAUL, NORMAN S. Assistant Secretary of Defense; Under Secretary of the Air Force.

 

RESOR, STANLEY R. Under Secretary of the Army, 1965; Secretary of the Army, 1965-1971.

 

ROSTOW, EUGENE V. Under Secretary of State for Poltical Affairs, 1966-1969.

 

ROSTOW, WALT W. Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1966-1969.

 

RUSK, DEAN. Secretary of State, 1961-1969.

 

SMITH, GERALD C. Director, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; member of the Atomic Energy Commission and advisor on atomic affairs to President Eisenhower.

 

SPOCK, BENJAMIN. Physician; educator; author; co-chairman, National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy; antiwar activist.

 

SYMINGTON, STUART. Secretary of the Air Force; Senator from Missouri.

 

TAYLOR, MAXWELL D. General, U.S. Army; Chief of Staff, 1955-1959; Military Representative to the President, 1961-1962; Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1962-1964; Ambassador to South Vietnam, 1964-1965; Special Consultant to the President, 1965-1969.

 

UDALL, STEWART L. Secretary of the Interior, 1961-1969.

 

WARNKE, PAUL C. Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.

 

WEISL, EDWIN L. Chief Counsel, U.S. Senate Preparedness Investigating Subcommitee; Counsel, Committee on Space and Aeronautics.

 

WELSH, EDWARD C. Executive Secretary, President's Aeronautics and Space Council, 1961-1969.

 

WHEELER, EARLE G. General, U.S. Army; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

 

WHITE, LEE. Associate Counsel to the President, 1963-1965; Special Counsel, 1965-1966; Chairman, Federal Power Commission, 1966- 1969.

 

WILSON, GLEN P. Member of LBJ's Senate Staff, 1955-1957; Assistant Clerk, Senate Preparedness Investigating Subcommittee, 1957- 1958; Staff, Senate Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee, 1958-1977.

 

YARMOLINSKY, ADAM. Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, 1961-1964; Special Assistant to the President, 1964-1965; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1965-1966.

 

ZUCKERT, EUGENE M. Secretary of the Air Force, 1962-1965; member of the Atomic Energy Commission.