Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


Dean G. Acheson Papers

Dates: 1928-1972.

Assistant Secretary of State, 1941-1945; Under Secretary of State, 1945-1947; Secretary of State, 1949-1953.

The papers of Dean Acheson consist of correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, printed materials and speeches primarily relating to Dean Acheson’s career in the Department of State, particularly as Secretary of State from 1949 to 1953, and his subsequent activities as an author and foreign policy advisor.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 71 linear feet, 9 linear inches (about 143,000 pages).
Access: Open, with the exception of a few documents that are closed in whole or in part for reasons of national security.
Copyright: Dean Acheson has donated to the U.S. government his copyright interest in all unpublished writings in this collection. Documents created by U.S. government employees in the course of their official duties are also in the public domain. Copyright interest in other documents presumably belongs to the creators of those documents, or their heirs.
Processed by: Dennis E. Bilger and Erwin J. Mueller (1973, 1976); David Clark, Tammy Kelly, and Randy Sowell (2006).

The creation of this online resource was made possible in part by funding from the William T. Kemper Foundation - Commerce Bank, Trustee.


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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

1893 (April 11)Born, Middletown, Connecticut
1915A.B. from Yale
1918LL. B. from Harvard University
1919-1921Private Secretary to Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis
1921-1933Worked at law firm of Covington, Burling, and Rublee
1933 (May 19)Appointed Undersecretary of the Treasury
1933 (November 15)Resigned as Undersecretary of the Treasury
1934-1941Member of law firm of Covington, Burling, Rublee, Acheson, and Shorb
1941-1945Assistant Secretary of State
1945-1947Undersecretary of State
1947-1949Private legal practice at Covington and Burling
1949-1953Secretary of State
1953-1970Worked at law firm of Covington and Burling
1969Published Present at the Creation
1971 (October 12)Died at his Maryland estate, Harewood

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COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The papers of Dean Acheson consist mostly of correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, printed materials and speeches relating to Dean Acheson’s career in the Department of State, particularly as Secretary of State from 1949 to 1953. The collection also documents Acheson’s activities as an author and expert in the field of foreign policy after 1953.

The collection is arranged in eleven series. The first series, the Political and Governmental File, contains documents relating to Acheson’s work with several committees and organizations including the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules, Atlantic Council, Attorney General’s Committee, Committee on Administrative Procedures, Citizen’s Committee to Safeguard America, Committee to Maintain a Prudent Defense Policy, Committee for the Marshall Plan, and the Harry S. Truman Library, Inc. The series includes documents pertaining to the Marshall Plan, national defense, and the Anti-Ballistic Missile system, as well as correspondence from Thomas Dewey, Adlai Stevenson, and Hubert Humphrey.

The Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government File consists of correspondence, handwritten notes, meeting minutes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, printed materials, press releases, and reports pertaining to Acheson’s work on the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government, commonly known as the Hoover Commission. The documents relate to the Committee on Independent Regulatory Commissions, Federal Medical Services, the Federal Supply Project, foreign affairs, government lending, the Housing and Home Finance Agency, Indian affairs, the National Security Organization, natural resources, the Office of the President, the Personnel Policy Committee, the Post Office, transportation, and veterans affairs.

The Assistant Secretary and Under Secretary of State File contains correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, and reports relating to Acheson’s work as the Assistant Secretary of State and the Under Secretary of State. The documents relate to the Carnegie Corporation, the Lend-Lease and Neutrality Act, the Berlin Crisis, the United Nations, and Palestine.

The Secretary of State File is comprised of twelve subseries. The Alphabetical File subseries contains correspondence, cables, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, photographs, and press releases pertaining to Acheson’s duties as Secretary of State. The documents are mostly from people sending their opinions and newspaper clippings to Acheson. The letters also express support for Acheson and his policies as well as encouraging him not to resign under pressure. Some notable correspondents include John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Herbert Hoover, Cordell Hull, Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson, Robert Jackson, Helen Keller, George Kennan, Trygve Lie, John McCloy, George Marshall, Henry Morgenthau, Edward R. Murrow, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Drew Pearson, Claude Pepper, Sam Rayburn, Nelson Rockefeller, John D. Rockefeller III, Eleanor Roosevelt, Margaret Chase Smith, Francis Cardinal Spellman, Adlai Stevenson, Henry Stimson, and Chaim Weizmann. Topics discussed in the documents include Jefferson-Jackson Day dinners, Jewish organizations, IBM, labor unions, the NAACP, the National War College, and Roosevelt Day dinners.

The Appointment Books File subseries contains appointment schedules kept by Acheson’s secretary, Barbara Evans. The schedules appear to have been kept after the fact with information about who he saw rather than who Acheson was scheduled to see. Also included is correspondence between Acheson and Harold Stein regarding a book by Martin Lichterman titled To the Yalu and Back.

The General Correspondence File subseries consists of correspondence, cables, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, memoranda, photographs, press releases, and speeches relating to requests for autographs, photographs, appointments and speaking engagements; gifts received by Acheson; and commendations on his appointment as Secretary of State and resignation as Secretary of State. Also included is a letter signed by President Truman that accompanied Acheson’s Medal for Merit.

The Public Opinion File subseries contains letters, telegrams, postcards, correspondence, newspaper clippings, memoranda and press releases relating mostly to Acheson’s statement in support of Alger Hiss. The correspondence is evenly split between pro and con; most of the correspondents did not receive a reply. The Personal Correspondence File subseries consists of correspondence, cables, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, photographs, and press releases pertaining to Alger Hiss, John Moullette, commendations, complaints and gifts. The Subject File subseries contains correspondence, cables, handwritten notes, memoranda, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials and reports relating to Korea, England, Winston Churchill, the Lewis Douglas resignation, Douglas MacArthur, Myron Taylor and the Vatican.

The Memoranda of Conversations File subseries documents the discussions at many of the official meetings attended by Acheson during his service as Secretary of State. Such memorandums were customarily prepared for administrative purposes and for the historical record in connection with meetings and conferences attended by Department of State officials, including meetings between Department of State officials and officials of other Government agencies and between Department of State officials and officials of foreign governments, as well as meetings with private groups. Generally prepared by a Department of State official who had attended the meetings, they are summaries rather than transcripts of the proceedings. Many of these memorandums are reproduced in the Department of State's published Foreign Relations of the United States series. Notable participants include Konrad Adenauer, Lucius D. Battle, Ernest Bevin, Henri Bonnet, Omar Bradley, David K.E. Bruce, Winston Churchill, John Foster Dulles, Anthony Eden, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Sir Oliver Franks, W. Averell Harriman, Philip C. Jessup, Louis Johnson, George F. Kennan, Robert A. Lovett, Douglas MacArthur, George C. Marshall, Paudet Jawaharlal Nehru, Dean Rusk, and Robert Schuman.

Topics within the memoranda include Arab states, atomic energy, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, communism, Tom Connally, Council of Foreign Ministers, Department of Defense, Economic Cooperation Administration, Egypt, European Defense Community, Export-Import Bank, Far Eastern Policy, Formosa, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, India, Indochina, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Korea, Korean War, Mexico, Middle East, National Security Council, the Netherlands, New Zealand, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Pakistan, the Philippines, Point IV program, Spain, Department of State, Turkey, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), United Nations, and Yugoslavia. This subseries has been completely digitized and can now be searched and browsed.

The Press Conferences File subseries consists of memoranda, press releases, handwritten notes, and transcripts related to press conferences by Acheson or Under Secretaries Robert Lovett or James Webb. Topics include NATO, Korea, Russia, China, Israel, Point IV, the Austrian Treaty, the Hoover Commission, the UN, the Council of Foreign Ministers, Germany, Yugoslavia and other Eastern Bloc countries, the ECA and Greece. The Classified Speeches File subseries contains speeches by Acheson related to foreign policy and international relations.

The Speeches-Reading Copies File subseries contains handwritten notes, memoranda, and press releases pertaining to Acheson’s speeches about foreign policy, the Marshall Plan, NATO, and the UN. Also, the subseries includes Acheson’s testimony before Congress requesting funds. The Speeches and Statements-Drafts File subseries consists of handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, and press releases related to Acheson’s speeches on NATO, the United Nations, education, Europe, the Japanese peace treaty, the Korean War, and Spain.

The Topic Index Cards Re State Department Documents File subseries contains index cards related to specific topics that contain abstracts or summaries of long, complex documents. The cards were used to remind participating officials of the policy considerations involved in their decisions and to furnish a guide to the relevant documentation. The topics include China, East-West trade, Egypt, Iran, Korea, the Middle East Defense Organization, Morocco, Tunisia, Spain, the USSR and Containment.

The Princeton Seminars File mostly consists of transcripts of a series of seminars held at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey from July 1953 to May 1954, under the direction of J. Robert Oppenheimer. Participants in the seminars included Acheson, Averell Harriman, George Kennan, Paul Nitze, and other ex-officials from the Truman administration, along with prominent scholars such as Oppenheimer and McGeorge Bundy. The series also contains correspondence from people wanting to use the seminar transcripts for research projects and dissertations. The topics discussed include the Economic Cooperation Administration, the Hoover Commission, the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, the Japanese Peace Treaty, oil, NATO, the United Nations, Point IV, the 1949 Conference of Foreign Ministers, the National Security Council, the Military Assistance Program, the Schuman Plan, the European Defense Community, Austria, Formosa, Germany, China, Portugal, France, Iran, England, French Indochina, Egypt, Korea, Franklin D. Roosevelt, George C. Marshall, James F. Byrnes, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, and Douglas MacArthur.

The Post-Administration File consists of three subseries. The State Department and White House Advisor File subseries contains correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, and reports related to Acheson’s role as an advisor to the White House and State Department. The topics include NATO, Berlin, Portugal, the Cuban Missile Crisis, France, Greece, Cyprus, Europe, foreign aid, Vietnam, and the United Nations. Correspondents include McGeorge Bundy, George Ball, Dean Rusk, and Walt Rostow.

The Miscellaneous Materials re Charges Made Against Dean Acheson and Others in the Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman Administrations File subseries contains correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, printed materials and transcripts pertaining to Alger Hiss, the hydrogen bomb, the Panama Canal zone, charges of graft against Acheson, Korean POWs, Joseph McCarthy, alleged Communist infiltration of the Army, and Douglas MacArthur. The Comments Requested on Foreign Policy Matters File subseries consists of correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, and newspaper clippings regarding requests for Acheson to comment on foreign policy topics including NATO, the recognition of China, the ECA, rearming Germany, and Russia. Correspondents include Lyndon Johnson, Walter Millis and Henry Jackson.

The Democratic Party File consists of foreign policy pamphlets commissioned by the Democratic Party, press releases from the Democratic Advisory Council related to the pamphlets, galley proofs, and newspaper clippings regarding Acheson’s involvement in the Council. Also included are notes and newspaper clippings pertaining to topics for pamphlets that were never published, requests for pamphlets, press releases from the Council complaining about the Eisenhower Administration, and invitations to Acheson requesting him to serve on committees. The series also contains correspondence with Adlai Stevenson, John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson regarding foreign policy issues, presidential campaign platforms, Korea, Israel and civil rights.

The Publications File consists of three subseries and makes up more than a third of the collection. The Books File subseries contains handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, speeches, printed materials, drafts, and galley proofs relating to books by Acheson including A Democrat Looks at His Party, A Citizen Looks at Congress, Morning and Noon, Sketches From Life, Present at the Creation, Fragments of My Fleece, Grapes From Thorns, Korea, and Struggle for a Free Europe.

The Speeches and Articles File subseries consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, and press releases pertaining to published speeches and articles by Acheson. The topics include post-war foreign conditions, the Marshall Plan, foreign policy, NATO, Cuba, Greece, Rhodesia, Germany and the Soviet Union. The Drafts of Speeches and Articles File subseries contains correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, and newspaper clippings pertaining to drafts of speeches and articles by Acheson. This subseries includes drafts of speeches written for Harry S. Truman, Stuart Symington, Adlai Stevenson and others, mostly relating to general foreign policy topics. A majority of Acheson’s speeches and articles were pertaining to foreign policy, Democratic Party politics, U.S. military strategy, Presidential illness and discharge of duties, communism, conferences, nuclear weapons, NATO, the Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam, Rhodesia, Berlin, China and tributes to Winston Churchill, George Marshall and Harry S. Truman.

The Newspaper Clipping File consists of newspaper clippings relating to Acheson’s work in the Roosevelt and Truman administrations, including his service as Secretary of State. The Acheson-Truman Correspondence File contains correspondence, memoranda, newspaper clippings and press releases relating to the association between Acheson and Truman. The topics include the assassination attempt on Truman’s life, Russia, the death of Stalin, Iran, the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations, the Truman Library, Democratic Party politics, elections, foreign policy, civil rights, Berlin, and Korea. The General File consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, transcripts and telegrams from Acheson’s friends and associates relating to events in Acheson’s life. The events include Acheson’s nomination as Undersecretary of State, Assistant Secretary of State and Secretary of State. Also included are verbatim minutes of the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference and a condolence book from the Department of State upon the death of Dean Acheson.

Correspondence with or concerning Dean Acheson can be found in other manuscript collections at the Truman Library, most notably in the papers of Harry S. Truman, Lucius D. Battle, and James E. Webb. Another large collection of Acheson papers is located at the Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University.

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SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Container Nos.Series
001-009 POLITICAL AND GOVERNMENTAL FILE, 1933-1971
Correspondence, charts, graphs, cables, drafts of legislation, handwritten notes, itineraries, schedules, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, reports and speeches relating to Acheson’s political and government activities. Arranged alphabetically.
010-026 COMMISSION ON ORGANIZATION OF THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT FILE, 1947-1953
Correspondence, handwritten notes, meeting minutes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, printed materials, press releases, and reports pertaining to Acheson’s work on the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government. Arranged alphabetically.
027-028 ASSISTANT SECRETARY AND UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE FILE, 1941-1949
Correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, and reports relating to Acheson’s work as the Assistant Secretary and Under Secretary of State. Arranged alphabetically.
029-077 SECRETARY OF STATE FILE, 1945-1972
Twelve subseries:
029-045
    Correspondence, cables, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, photographs, and press releases pertaining to Acheson’s work as the Secretary of State. Arranged alphabetically.
046-047
    Appointment calendars, correspondence and handwritten notes relating to Acheson’s appointments while Secretary of State. Arranged chronologically.
048-059
    Correspondence, cables, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, memoranda, photographs, press releases, and speeches relating to requests, commendations, appointments and speeches. Arranged alphabetically.
059-062
    Letters, telegrams, postcards, correspondence, newspaper clippings, memoranda and press releases relating mostly to Acheson’s statement in support of Alger Hiss. Arranged alphabetically.
063
    Correspondence, cables, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, photographs, and press releases pertaining to Alger Hiss, John Moullette, commendations, complaints and gifts. Arranged alphabetically.
064
    Correspondence, cables, handwritten notes, memoranda, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials and reports relating to Korea, Douglas MacArthur, Myron Taylor and the Vatican. Arranged alphabetically.
065-071
    Correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, and press releases that document the discussions of many of the official meetings attended by Acheson during his service as Secretary of State. This subseries has been completely digitized and can now be searched and browsed. Arranged chronologically.
072-073
    Memoranda, press releases, handwritten notes, and press conference transcripts related to press conferences held by Acheson and others. Arranged chronologically.
073-074
    Speeches by Acheson related to foreign policy and international relations. Arranged chronologically.
074-076
    Handwritten notes, memoranda, press releases and speeches pertaining to Acheson’s work as Secretary of State. Arranged chronologically.
076-077
    Handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, and press releases related to Acheson’s speeches. Arranged chronologically.
077
    Index cards related to specific topics that contains abstracts or summaries of long, complex documents. Arranged alphabetically.
078-081 PRINCETON SEMINARS FILE, 1953-1970
Correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda and transcripts related to seminars of foreign policy decision makers from the Truman Administration. Arranged chronologically.
082-088 POST-ADMINISTRATION FILE, 1945-1971
Three Subseries:
082-085
    Correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, and reports related to Acheson’s role as an advisor to the White House and State Department. Arranged chronologically.
086
    Correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, printed materials and transcripts pertaining to Alger Hiss, Korean POWs, Joseph McCarthy, Communists, and Douglas MacArthur. Arranged alphabetically.
087-088
    Correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, and newspaper clippings regarding request for Acheson to comment on foreign policy. Arranged chronologically.
089-093 DEMOCRATIC PARTY FILE, 1928-1968
Agenda, correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, press releases, printed materials and reports pertaining to the Democratic Party. Arranged alphabetically.
094-152 PUBLICATIONS FILE, 1936-1971
Three Subseries:
094-133
    Handwritten notes, memoranda, newspaper clippings, press releases, and printed materials relating to books written by Acheson. Arranged by title of book.
134-137
    Correspondence, newspaper clippings, press releases, and printed materials relating to speeches and articles by Acheson. Arranged chronologically.
137-152
    Correspondence, handwritten notes, memoranda, and newspaper clippings pertaining to drafts of speeches and articles by Acheson. Arranged chronologically.
153-160 NEWSPAPER CLIPPING FILE, 1941-1962
Newspaper clippings relating to Acheson’s work in the Roosevelt and Truman administrations. Arranged chronologically.
161 ACHESON-TRUMAN CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1947-1971
Correspondence, memoranda, newspaper clippings and press releases relating to the association between Acheson and Truman. Arranged chronologically.
161-164 GENERAL FILE, 1933-1972
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, transcripts and telegrams from Acheson’s friends and associates relating to events in Acheson’s life. Arranged chronologically.

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FOLDER TITLE LIST

    POLITICAL AND GOVERNMENTAL FILE, 1933-1971
Box 1
  • Accuracy in Media, 1971
  • Advisory Committee on Civil Rules, 1959-1970
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
  • Advisory Committee on Civil Rules, Expenses, May, 1962
  • Americans for Responsible Foreign Policy, 1971
  • Atlantic Council of the United States, 1960-1971
      [1 of 3]
Box 2
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Atomic Energy, 1947-1948
  • Attorney General’s Committee on Administrative Procedure, 1939-1941: General
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
Box 3
      [4 of 4]
  • Attorney General’s Committee on Administrative Procedure, 1939-1941: Correspondence Subsequent to Release of Report, 1941-1948
  • Attorney General’s Committee on Administrative Procedure, 1939-1941: Report of – Speeches and Comments On
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Citizen’s Committee to Safeguard America, 1970-1971
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 4
  • Committee for the Marshall Plan: Correspondence, 1947-1948
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Committee for the Marshall Plan: List of Members by State
  • Committee for the Marshall Plan: Minutes of Executive Committee, 1947-1948
  • Committee for the Marshall Plan: Press Releases
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Committee to Maintain a Prudent Defense Policy, 1969
      [1 of 2]
Box 5
      [2 of 2]
  • Congress – Presidential Support – Truman and Eisenhower, 79th to 86th Congresses
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Correspondence with Senator William Langer, Chairman, Civil Service Committee – S. 1537 “To increase the rate of compensation…”, 1947
  • Equal Rights Amendment, 1938-1943
  • Foreign Policy Association, 1965
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt Foundation, 1953-1954
  • George C. Marshall Research Foundation, 1967
  • Harry S. Truman Library, Inc.: Correspondence, 1953-1954
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
Box 6
      [4 of 4]
  • Harry S. Truman Library, Inc.: General, 1953-1957
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Harry S. Truman Library, Inc.: Directorship and Trusteeships, etc., 1958-1966
  • Harry S. Truman Library Institute for National and International Affairs, 1957-1971
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Institute for Advanced Studies, 1948-1949
  • Marshall Plan: Background Speeches and Articles
Box 7
  • Marshall Plan: Reports, ERP, 1948
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Marshall Plan: Reports, Greece and Turkey
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Marshall Plan: Reports, Miscellaneous
Box 8
  • Marshall Plan: Reports, Russia, 1947
  • Marshall Plan Talks: Atlantic City Speech, January 21, 1948
  • Marshall Plan Talks: California, Washington, Minnesota Trip, 1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Marshall Plan Talks: House Foreign Affairs Committee, January 28, 1948
  • Marshall Plan Talks: Oberlin College, April 9, 1948
  • Marshall Plan Talks: Philadelphia Bulletin Forum, March 10, 1948
  • Marshall Plan Talks: Town Hall of the Air, October 14, 1947
  • National Defense Activities: Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, 1940-1941
  • National Defense Activities: Correspondence, 1940-1941
  • National Policy Committee: Correspondence, 1936-1938
  • President’s Committee on Civil Service Improvement, 1941
Box 9
  • Public Administration Clearing House, 1948
  • Treasury Department: Banking Emergency of 1933
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Treasury Department: Correspondence, 1933-1939
  • Treasury Department: Correspondence with Sam Rayburn re Legislation, 1933
  • Treasury Department: Newspaper Clippings, General, 1931-1936
  • Washington National Monument Association, 1971
  • Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1955-1960

Box 10
  • Administration of Overseas Affairs – Reports
  • Ann Arbor Conference, April 24-26, 1948
  • Articles and Speeches on Government Organization
  • Business Enterprises of the Government
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Charts and Reports on Government Organization
  • Commerce Department
  • Committee on Independent Regulatory Commissions: Correspondence And Reports
Box 11
  • Committee on Independent Regulatory Commissions: Staff Report on the Civil Aeronautics Board, September, 1948
  • Committee on Independent Regulatory Commissions: Staff Report on the Federal Communications Commission, September, 1948 (Revised November, 1948)
  • Committee on Independent Regulatory Commissions: Staff Report on the Federal Power Commission, September, 1948 (Revised November, 1948)
  • Committee on Independent Regulatory Commissions: Staff Report on the Federal Reserve System, August, 1948 (Revised November, 1948)
Box 12
  • Committee on Independent Regulatory Commissions: Staff Report on the Federal Trade Commission, September, 1948
  • Committee on Independent Regulatory Commissions: Staff Report on the Interstate Commerce Commission, August, 1948 (Revised November, 1948) – 2 copies
  • Committee on Independent Regulatory Commissions: Staff Report on the National Labor Relations Board, August 1948
  • Committee on Independent Regulatory Commissions: Staff Report on the Securities and Exchange Commission, September, 1948 (Revised November, 1948) – 2 copies
Box 13
  • Committee on Independent Regulatory Commissions: Staff Report on the United States Maritime Commission, August, 1948 (Revised November, 1948)
  • Cross Reference Sheets [Harry S. Truman Library]
  • Federal-State Relations – Correspondence, Reports
  • Federal Medical Services: Correspondence
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on,
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on, Appendix B
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on, Appendix C
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on, Appendix D
Box 14
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on, Appendix E
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on, Appendix F
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on, Appendix G
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on, Appendix H
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on, Appendix I
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on, Appendix J
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on, Appendix K
  • Federal Medical Services: Report by the Committee on, Appendix L
Box 15
  • Federal Supply Project: Detailed Report Submitted by the, September, 1949
  • Federal Supply Project: Summary Report Submitted by the, September, 1948
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Foreign Affairs
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 16
  • Foreign Affairs Task Force – Report on the Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Affairs, November, 1948
  • General Correspondence: 1947-1949
  • General Correspondence: 1949-1953
  • General Management of the Executive Branch
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 17
  • Government Lending and Associated Activities: Correspondence and Reports
  • Government Lending and Associated Activities: Recommendations
  • Government Lending and Associated Activities: Report on Reconstruction Finance Corporation, July, 1948
  • Housing and Home Finance Agency: Correspondence, Reports
  • Housing and Home Finance Agency: Report on, and Its Constituent Agencies, July, 1948
  • Indian Affairs: Correspondence and Reports
Box 18
  • Indian Affairs: Report to Commission on, October, 1948
  • Labor Department – Correspondence, Reports
  • Medical Research – Galley Proof of Report
  • Memoranda and Reports Re Personnel Management Project
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
Box 19
      [3 of 3]
  • Memoranda to Dean Acheson from Charles Aiken and James Rowe, 1948
  • Minutes and Agenda of Meetings, 1947-1949
  • National Security Organization: Correspondence, Reports
  • National Security Organization: Report by the Committee on the,
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
Box 20
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Natural Resources: Correspondence, Reports, 1948
  • Natural Resources: Correspondence, Reports, 1949
  • Natural Resources: Provisional Report of the Committee on Natural Resources, September, 1948
  • Natural Resources: Report on Natural Resources by the Committee On Natural Resources, Part I
Box 21
  • Natural Resources: Report on Natural Resources by the Committee On Natural Resources, Part III, Appendices B-R
  • Office of the President: Appendices to Study of Departmental Management
  • Office of the President: Study on Departmental Management, Parts I and II
  • Office of the President: Study on Departmental Management, Part III
Box 22
  • Organization of Work Schedule – Task Force Personnel, Projects, 1948
  • Personnel Policy Committee: Programs for Strengthening Federal Personnel Management, October, 1948
  • Personnel Policy Committee: Programs for Strengthening Federal Personnel Management, October, 1948 – Appendices
  • Pollock Memoranda on London Trip – British Cabinet Secretariat
  • Post Office Department: Correspondence and Reports
Box 23
  • Post Office Department: Final Report, Robert Heller and Associates, Inc., November, 1948
  • Post Office Department: Semi-final Draft, Robert Heller and Associates, Inc., October, 1948
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Proposal for Integration of Overseas Administration by James P. Pollock
  • Press Releases, 1948-1949
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Public Relations Activities – Correspondence and Appendices
  • Reorganization Legislative Proposals, 1948
Box 24
  • Report on Farm Credit Administration and its Supervised Agencies
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Report on Farmers Home Administration and Predecessor Agencies
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Report to Commission on the Central Administrative Organization for the Territories and Dependencies of the United States, October, 1948
  • Report to Commission on Records Management in the United States Government, The National Records Management Council, October, 1948
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Reports on Export-Import Bank of Washington, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and Auxiliary Government Lending Activities
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Social Welfare – Correspondence, Reports
  • Statistical Agencies of the Federal Government – Report, September, 1948, Part I
Box 25
  • Statistical Agencies of the Federal Government – Report, September, 1948, Part II
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Status Reports, 1948-1949
  • Strengthening the Congress by Robert Heller
  • Task Force Report on Government Information Services, September, 1948
  • Transportation and the National Government: Correspondence
  • Transportation and the National Government: Report, Volume I, October, 1948
Box 26
  • Transportation and the National Government: Report, Volume II, October, 1948
      [1 of 2; Title page-Part I, page 169]
      [2 of 2; Part II, page 1-Appendix D, page 8]
  • Veterans Affairs: Correspondence and Reports
  • Veterans Affairs: Preliminary Report on Propriety and Cost of Benefits – The Veterans Administration Program, September, 1948

Box 27
  • British Loan, 1946
  • Carnegie Corporation, 1945-1948
  • Correspondence: Assistant Secretary of State, 1941-1945
  • Correspondence: Under Secretary of State, 1945-1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Foreign Service Act of 1946
  • Permanent Joint Defense Board – United States-Canada, 1947-1948
Box 28
  • State Department: General, 1948
  • State Department: China, 1948-1949
  • State Department: Italy, 1948
  • State Department: Palestine, 1947-1948
  • State Department: Russia, 1948

Box 29
  • “A”
  • “B”
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • “C”
Box 30
  • “Da”-“De”
  • “Di”-“Dz”
  • “E”
  • “F”
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 31
  • “G”
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • “H”
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 32
  • “I”-“J”
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Johnson, Louis
  • “Ka”-Keller
Box 33
  • Kelley-King
  • King-Kirkey
  • “Kis”-“Kl”
  • “Kn”-“Ko”
  • “Kr”-“Kz”
Box 34
  • “La”-“Lar”
  • “Las”-Lee
  • Lee-“Leu”
  • “Lev”-“Lew”
  • “Lh”-“Lop”
Box 35
  • “Lor”-“Ly”
  • “Mc” [“A”-“C”]
  • “Mc” [“D”-“J”]
  • “Mc” [“K”]
Box 36
  • “Mc” [“L”-“W”]
  • “Mab”-“Mak”
  • “Mal”-“Mar”
  • “Mar”-“Marz”
  • Marshall, George C.
  • “Mas”-“May”
Box 37
  • “Mea”-Millard
  • Miller-“Minn”
  • Minor-Moore
  • “Mor”-Morgenthau
  • Morison-Moskovitz
  • Mosler-Munro
Box 38
  • Munsey-Myers
  • “Na”-National
  • National-Newmyer
  • Newmyer-Nyman
  • “Oa”-Omly
Box 39
  • O’Neal-Ozburn
  • “Pac”-“Par”
  • “Par”-“Paw”
  • “Pax”-“Per”
  • “Pes”-“Pin”
Box 40
  • “Pin”-“Por”
  • “Por”-“Put”
  • “Q”
  • “Rac”-“Ray”
  • “Rea”-Rep”
Box 41
  • “Res”-“Riz”
  • “Roa”-“Ron”
  • Roosevelt
  • “Roo”-“Rov”
  • “Row”-“Ry”
Box 42
  • “Sa”-“Sar”
  • “Sas”-“Sch”
  • “Sch”-Sco”
  • Scott-“Sey”
  • “Sf”-“Sh”
Box 43
  • “Sho”-“Sly”
  • “Sme”-Smith
  • Smith-Snively
  • Snow-Souza
Box 44
  • Spaak-Srebnick
  • “Sta”-“Sz”
  • “Ta”-“Th”
  • “Ti”-“Ty”
  • “U”
Box 45
  • “V”
  • “Wa”-White
  • White-“Whitt”
  • “Wil”
  • “Wil”-“Wy”
  • “X”-“Y”-“Z”

Box 46
  • March-December, 1949
  • January-July, 1950
  • August-December, 1950
  • January-December, 1951
Box 47
  • January-July 15 [6], 1952
  • July 16 [9], 1952-January, 1953

Box 48
  • Acknowledgements for Gifts, 1949-1950
  • Autograph Requests, 1949-1952: “A”-“B”
  • Autograph Requests, 1949-1952: “C”-“D”
  • Autograph Requests, 1949-1952: “E”-“G”
  • Autograph Requests, 1949-1952: “H”-“K”
  • Autograph Requests, 1949-1952: “L”-“M”
  • Autograph Requests, 1949-1952: “N”-“P”
Box 49
  • Autograph Requests, 1949-1952: “R”-“S”
  • Autograph Requests, 1949-1952: “S”
  • Autograph Requests, 1949-1952: “T”-“Z”
  • Commendations Concerning Appointment as Secretary of State, 1949: “A”-“B”
  • Commendations Concerning Appointment as Secretary of State, 1949: “C”
  • Commendations Concerning Appointment as Secretary of State, 1949: “D”-“E”
Box 50
  • Commendations Concerning Appointment as Secretary of State, 1949: “F”-“G”
  • Commendations Concerning Appointment as Secretary of State, 1949: “H”-“K”
  • Commendations Concerning Appointment as Secretary of State, 1949: “L”
  • Commendations Concerning Appointment as Secretary of State, 1949: “M”
  • Commendations Concerning Appointment as Secretary of State, 1949: “N”-“R”
Box 51
  • Commendations Concerning Appointment as Secretary of State, 1949: “S”
  • Commendations Concerning Appointment as Secretary of State, 1949: “T”-“Z”
  • Commendations Concerning Resignation as Secretary of State, 1953: “A”-“C”
  • Commendations Concerning Resignation as Secretary of State, 1953: “D”-“H”
  • Commendations Concerning Resignation as Secretary of State, 1953: “J”-“O”
Box 52
  • Commendations Concerning Resignation as Secretary of State, 1953: “P”-“Z”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Am”-“Ay”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Ba”-“Bax”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Be”
Box 53
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Bi”-“Bo”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Br”-By”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Ca”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Ch”-“Coh”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Col”-“Coy”
Box 54
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Crz”-“Cz”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Da”-“Di”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Do”-“Dy”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “E”-“F”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “G”-“Haz”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “Hea”-“J”
Box 55
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “K”-“L”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “M”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “N”-“R”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “S”
  • Commendations During Secretaryship of State, 1949-1952: “T”-“Z”
Box 56
  • Correspondence re Appointments to See Secretary of State, 1949-1953: “A”-Elath
  • Correspondence re Appointments to See Secretary of State, 1949-1953: Enders-Luthringer
  • Correspondence re Appointments to See Secretary of State, 1949-1953: MacHugh-Romulo
  • Correspondence re Appointments to See Secretary of State, 1949-1953: Roosevelt-“Z”
  • Correspondence Concerning Biographical Sketches
Box 57
  • Correspondence Concerning Jobs at Department of State, 1949-1950
  • Correspondence Concerning Speeches and Statements – Drafts
  • Correspondence Requesting Photographs of Secretary of State: “A”-“C”
  • Correspondence Requesting Photographs of Secretary of State: “D”-“J”
  • Correspondence Requesting Photographs of Secretary of State: “K”-“M”
  • Correspondence Requesting Photographs of Secretary of State: “N”-“P”
Box 58
  • Correspondence Requesting Photographs of Secretary of State: “R”-“Z”
  • Correspondence Regarding Speaking Engagements: 1949
  • Correspondence Regarding Speaking Engagements:1950
  • Correspondence Regarding Speaking Engagements: 1951-1952
  • Cross Reference Sheets [Harry S. Truman Library]
  • Fundraising Letters to the Secretary of State
  • Introductions and Recommendations
  • Iran-Intelligence Report, November 28, 1951
  • Letters Concerning Photographs Sent to the Secretary of State
  • Letters Concerning Visas and Passports
  • Letters of Recommendation from the Secretary of State
Box 59
  • Pacific Policy – Correspondence, Notes and Reports, 1945-1951
  • Personnel Matters
  • Scrapbook – Items Concerning Acheson Record as Secretary of State
  • State Department Press Releases – November, 1945-January, 1953

  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “A”-“Be”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “Bi”-“By”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “C”
Box 60
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “D”-“E”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “F”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “G”-“He”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “Hi”-“K”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “L”
Box 61
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “M”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “N”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “O”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “P”-“Q”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “Ra”-“Ri”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “Ro”-Ry”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “Sa”-“Sh”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “Si”-“Sm”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “So”-“Sz”
Box 62
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “T”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “U”-“V”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “Wa”-Wh”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “Wi”-“Wr”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Acheson Statement on Hiss: “X”-“Y”-“Z”
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Moullette Letter on Korea (Pro), 1951
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning Moullette Letter on Korea (Con), 1951
  • Summary of Press and Radio Comments on Acheson Statement on Hiss
  • Summary of Press and Radio Comments re Appointment of Acheson as Secretary of State
  • Summary of Press and Radio Comments on Pacific Policy, 1949-1951
  • Summary of Press and Radio Reaction to Acheson’s Statement on “Total Diplomacy”, March 16, 1950

Box 63
  • “A”-“B”
  • “Ca”-“Cl”
  • “Co”-“Cz”
  • “D”
  • “E”-“F”
  • “G”-“H”
  • “J”-“K”
  • “L”-“M”
  • “O”-“Z”

Box 64
  • Churchill, Winston S.
  • Douglas, Ambassador Lewis W.
  • Korea, 1952
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • MacArthur – Testimony re
  • Miscellaneous Newspaper Clippings
  • Telegraphic File
  • Trip File, 1952 [Secretary Acheson’s Trip to Europe, South America, and Hawaii]
  • Vatican File

Box 65 Box 66 Box 67 Box 68 Box 69 Box 70 Box 71

Box 72
  • January-June, 1949
  • July-December, 1949
  • January-April, 1950
  • May-December, 1950
  • January-June, 1951
Box 73
  • July-December, 1951
  • January-May, 1952
  • June, 1952-January, 1953
  • Transcripts – Extra Copies
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

  • Classified, Off the Record Speeches – Pre-edited copies, 1947-1952 [Declassified]
      [1 of 2]
Box 74
      [2 of 2]
  • Classified Speeches – Extra Copies [Declassified]

  • February-May, 1949
  • April-June, 1950
  • July-December, 1950
  • February-April, 1951
  • June-July, 1951
Box 75
  • August-December, 1951
  • January-March, 1952
  • April, 1952
  • May-June, 1952
  • September, 1952
  • October, 1952
Box 76
  • November, 1952

  • April 4, 1949 – Formal Signing of North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • October 31, 1949 – Notes for Dean Acheson’s Speech at CIO Convention, Cleveland, Ohio
  • December 21, 1949 – Remarks at the National War College
  • March 29, 1950 – National Conference on the United States in World Affairs, Washington, D. C.
  • May 19, 1950 – Press and Radio News Conference
  • May 29, 1950 – Notes for Talk to Conference of National Organizations
  • May 31, 1950 – Transcript of Questions by Members of Congress to the Secretary of State and Secretary’s Answers at Special Joint Session of Congress
  • July 15, 1950 – Statement on European Integration Recorded by Dean Acheson for use by the Economic Cooperation Administration on European Radio
  • July 17, 1950 – Statement Before House Subcommittee of the Appropriations Committee on Supplemental Aid for the International Information and Educational Exchange Program
  • August 31, 1950 – Statement Before Senate Appropriations Committee On Information and Educational Programs Request
  • September 7, 1950 – Statement Before National Citizen’s Committee for United Nations Day
  • September 14, 1950 – White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • September 21, 1950 – Dinner in New York City for United Nations General Assembly President Carlos Romulo and Chiefs of Delegations to the General Assembly
  • October 8, 1950 – Freedom House Speech, Commodore Hotel, New York City
  • October 19, 1950 – Armed Forces Day Statement
  • December 27, 1950 – Press Conference
  • January 11, 1951 – White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • January 18, 1951 – White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • January 25, 1951 – American Legion, Suggested Remarks to the
  • February 7, 1951 – White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • February 21, 1951 – Outline of Remarks to Masons – Harry S. Truman Breakfast [Also Outline of Remarks to Congressmen]
  • April 5, 1951 – White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • June 7, 1951 – White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • June 19, 1951 – Malayan Broadcast – Recorded
  • June 28, 1951 – White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • July 4, 1951 – Remarks Recorded by Dean Acheson for Joint U. S.-Canada Independence Ceremonies
  • July 22, 1951 – Statement on Admiral Sherman’s Death
  • July 31, 1951 – Transcript of Proceedings, Girl’s Nation
  • August 30, 1951 – White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • September 4 and 8, 1951 – Japanese Peace Treaty
  • October 15, 1951 – President’s National Advisory Board on Mobilization Policy – Suggested Notes
  • October 24, 1951 – United Nations Day Honoring Korean War Veterans
  • November 8, 1951 – United Nations Speech, Paris Conference
  • November 27, 1951 – Remarks at North Atlantic Charter Meeting in Rome
  • December 29, 1951 – Remarks at Memorial Service for Dr. Henry G. Bennett, Benjamin Hardy, James Mitchell, Albert Crilley, and Emijean Snedegar
  • January 15, 1952 – Notes for Remarks to Little Cabinet
  • February 7, 1952 – Statement Before Senate Armed Services Committee
  • February 7, 1952 - White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • February 20, 1952 – North Atlantic Charter Conference, Lisbon
  • March 3, 1952 – State Department Information Memorandum No. 116-United States Relations with Spain
  • March 26, 1952 – State Department Memorandum of Press and Radio News Conference
  • April 4, 1952 – Script for North Atlantic Treaty Organization Anniversary Celebration (Queen Juliana Present)
  • April 9, 1952 – Notes and Script for Extemporaneous Talk at Technical Cooperation Administration Conference, Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D. C.
Box 77
  • April 10, 1952 – White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • April 24, 1952 – White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • April 28, 1952 – Ceremonies for Bringing Treaty of Peace with Japan Into Force
  • June 10, 1952 – White House Press and Radio News Conference (the President’s Appointments)
  • June 12, 1952 – Secretary Acheson’s Talk with Winners of Four-State International Affairs Study Group
  • June 26, 1952 – Notes for Informal Remarks Before British-American Parliamentary Association
  • July 2, 1952 – Remarks of Secretary on Arrival at Rio de Janeiro
  • July 14, 1952 – Ministerial Meetings in London
  • August 7, 1952 – Remarks on BBC-Radio Australia
  • August 28, 1952 – White House Press and Radio News Conference
  • September 17, 1952 – State Department Memorandum on Press and Radio News Conference
  • October 2, 1952 – Secretary Acheson’s Speech Before Army War College Group
  • October 8, 1952 – State Department Memorandum on Press and Radio News Conference
  • October 10, 1952 – Background Conference for Non-Governmental Organizations

  • China
  • East-West Trade
  • Egypt
  • Iran
  • Korea
  • MEDO [Middle East Defense Organization]
  • Morocco and Tunisia
  • Spain
  • USSR and “Containment”

Box 78 Box 79 Box 80 Box 81

Box 82
  • November-December, 1960
  • January-February, 1961
  • March, 1961
  • April-June, 1961
  • July, 1961
  • August, 1961
  • September, 1961
  • October-December, 1961
  • January-December, 1962
Box 83
  • January-December, 1963
  • February 25, 1963-Report to President on Balance of Payments
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
Box 84
      [5 of 5]
  • January-June, 1964
  • July-October, 1964
  • November-December, 1964
  • 1965-1968: Europe – Foreign Aid – NATO
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
Box 85
      [5 of 5]
  • 1965-1968: Far East – Nuclear Proliferation – Gold Crisis

Box 86
  • Atomic Bomb and Atomic Energy
  • Berle, Adolph A., Jr. – Charges before the House Un-American Activities Committee, August 30, 1948
  • Braden, Spruille – Accusations of – Joseph E. Johnson Correspondence, 1954
  • Brownell, Herbert Jr. – Charges against Harry S. Truman re Harry Dexter White, 1953
  • Davies, John Paton – Case of, 1954-1955
  • Korea, 1953-1966
  • Legislative Matters – Remarks of Representative Paul Shafter, 1947
  • Loyalty Matters, 1952
  • McCarthy, Senator Joseph R. – Correspondence re, 1953-1954
  • McCloy, John J. – Attacks on, 1954
  • Press Release – September 21, 1945
  • Soviet American Friendship Speech – November 14, 1945
  • United States Atomic Energy Commission – in re J. Robert Oppenheimer, 1954

Box 87
  • 1953
  • 1954
  • 1955
  • 1956
  • 1957
  • 1958
Box 88
  • 1959
  • 1960
  • 1961
  • 1962
  • 1963
  • 1964
  • 1965
  • 1966
  • 1967
  • 1968
  • 1969
  • 1970
  • 1971

Box 89
  • Democratic Advisory Council: China Policy – Correspondence, 1960
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #1: “Where We Are; The World Today and How It Got That Way”
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #2: “Why We Still Need Allies and Why They Need Us to Preserve the Free World”
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #3: “How To Lose Friends and Influence: Mr. Dulles in a China Shop”
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #4: “The Military Forces We Need and How to Get Them”
      [1 of 4]
Box 90
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #5: “A Policy For the West Toward Underdeveloped Countries”
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #5: Economic Policy
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #5: Materials On Unused Pamphlets
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #6: Materials On Unused Pamphlets
Box 91
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #7: Materials On Unused Pamphlets Including Report on China
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #8: Materials On Unused Pamphlets
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #9: Pamphlet On the Presidency
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Foreign Policy Pamphlet #10: Materials On Unused Pamphlets
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Programs for Action (Foreign Policy Pamphlets 1-5)
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Meetings, 1957-1960
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Democratic Advisory Council: Press Releases – General, 1957-1960
  • Democratic Foreign Policy Committee: Chairmanships, 1957-1961
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
Box 92
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
  • Democratic Foreign Policy Committee: Subcommittee on Civil Defense
  • Democratic Party: 1956 Campaign
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Democratic Party: 1960 Campaign
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Democratic Party: 1964 Campaign
  • Democratic Party: 1968 Campaign
  • Democratic Party: Civil Rights Issue, 1957-1960
      [1 of 3]
Box 93
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Democratic Party: General, 1957-1964
  • Democratic Party: General, 1960-1962
  • Democratic Party: General, 1966-1967
  • Democratic Party: Montgomery County and Maryland Politics, 1928-1965
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Democratic Party: National, 1948-1956
  • Democratic Party: National Politics
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]

Box 94
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party
      [1 of 4, Table of Contents, Chapters 1-2]
      [2 of 4, Chapters 3-4]
      [3 of 4, Chapters 5-6]
      [4 of 4, Chapters 7-8]
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Proofs, Harper and Brothers
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Pamphlet, “Twenty Years of Teamwork” by Senator Clinton Anderson
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Draft Submitted to Harper, July 25, 1955
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Working Papers
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 95
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Checking Notes, Research
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Drafts, Handwritten Notes
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: First Draft
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: First Draft as Changed to Draft 2
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Second Draft, Chapters 1-5; Third Draft, Chapter 6
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Second Draft, Chapters 1-5, Annotated
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Chapter 3, Draft of December 2, 1954
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Second Draft, Discards from Chapters 4-6
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Second Draft, Chapter 6
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Second Draft, Chapter 6, Annotated
Box 96
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Third Draft, Chapter 6
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: First Draft, Chapters 7, 8
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Drafts of Chapter 8 and Epilogue
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Drafts, “The Jessup-Smith Story”
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Drafts, Introduction, Footnotes, English Edition
  • A Democrat Looks at His Party: Notes re Drafts
  • A Citizen Looks at Congress: Stettinius Lectures – Working Papers
  • A Citizen Looks at Congress: Stettinius Lectures – Drafts
  • A Citizen Looks at Congress: Footnotes, Etc.
  • A Citizen Looks at Congress: “Congressional Government as Seen By Woodrow Wilson and Again 75 Years Later” (First Draft)
  • A Citizen Looks at Congress: “Congressional Government as Seen By Woodrow Wilson and Again 75 Years Later” (Second Draft)
  • A Citizen Looks at Congress: “Congressional Government as Seen By Woodrow Wilson and Again 75 Years Later” (Second Draft with Annotations)
Box 97
  • A Citizen Looks at Congress: “Congressional Government as Seen By Woodrow Wilson and Again 75 Years Later” (Second Draft, corrected)
  • A Citizen Looks at Congress: Chapter 4 – “Prognosis”
  • A Citizen Looks at Congress: Chapter 4 – “Prognosis” (Barbara Evans)
  • A Citizen Looks at Congress: Chapter 4 – “Prognosis” (Handwritten Copy)
  • A Citizen Looks at Congress: Galley and Page Proof Corrections
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Introduction
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Chapter 1
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Chapter 2
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Chapter 3
Box 98
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Chapter 4
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Chapter 5
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Chapter 6
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Chapter 7
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Chapter 8
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Chapter 9
      [1 of 2]
Box 99
      [2 of 2]
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Chapter 10
  • Morning and Noon: Index, Contents, and Introduction
  • Morning and Noon: Drafts – Chapter Notes
  • Morning and Noon: Draft, Chapters 1-3
  • Morning and Noon: Draft, Chapters 4-5
  • Morning and Noon: Draft, Chapters 6-7
Box 100
  • Morning and Noon: Draft, Chapters 8-10
  • Morning and Noon: Barbara Evans’ Checking Copy
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Morning and Noon: Galley Proofs
  • Morning and Noon: Uncorrected Page Proofs
Box 101
  • Morning and Noon: Galley Proofs – Barbara Evans’ Copies
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Sketches From Life: Barbara Evans’ Final Checking Copy
      [1 of 2, Chapters 1-4]
      [2 of 2, Chapters 5-9]
  • Sketches From Life: Manuscripts Returned From Harper & Brothers
      [1 of 10 – Notes, Brief Description, Introductions]
      [2 of 10 – Chapter 1, Ernest Bevin]
Box 102
      [3 of 10 – Chapter 2, Robert Schuman]
      [4 of 10 – Chapter 3, Winston S. Churchill]
      [5 of 10 – Chapter 4, A Russian Gallery]
      [6 of 10 – Chapter 5, Lisbon: A Background of a Conference, February 19-26, 1952]
      [7 of 10 – Chapter 6, Arthur Vandenberg and the Senate]
      [8 of 10 – Chapter 7, George C. Marshall]
      [9 of 10 – Chapter 8, Konrad Adenauer]
      [10 of 10 – Chapter 9, Vienna, 1952]
  • Sketches From Life: Notes
  • Sketches From Life: Barbara Evans’ Copy and Checking File
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Sketches From Life: “Introduction”
  • Sketches From Life: “Ernest Bevin”
Box 103
  • Sketches From Life: “Robert Schuman”
  • Sketches From Life: “Winston S. Churchill”
  • Sketches From Life: “A Russian Gallery”
  • Sketches From Life: “Lisbon: Background of a Conference”
  • Sketches From Life: “Arthur H. Vandenberg and the Senate”
  • Sketches From Life: “George C. Marshall”
  • Sketches From Life: “Konrad Adenauer”
  • Sketches From Life: “Vienna” and “Afterword”
Box 104
  • Sketches From Life: Dean Acheson’s Work Copy (Copy # 5)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 13 (Formerly Chapters 9 and 11)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 19 (Formerly Chapter 17)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 23 (Formerly Chapter 21 and Second Part of Original Chapter 11)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 24 (Formerly Chapters 14 and 22)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 26 (Formerly Chapters 15 and 24)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 27 (Formerly Chapters 25 and 26, and Pages from Chapter 24-Formerly Chapter 15)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 28 (Formerly Chapter 26)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 29 (Formerly Chapters 17 and 27)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 30 (Formerly Chapters 18 and 28)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 37 (Formerly Chapters 21, 35)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 39 (Formerly Chapters 23, 39)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 42 (Formerly Chapter 40 and Second Half of Chapter 24)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 44 (Formerly Chapter 42, which was Originally Chapter 26)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 48 (Formerly Chapters 29 and 46)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 50 (Formerly Chapters 29, 30, and 48)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 51 (Formerly Chapters 31 and 49)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 52 (Formerly Chapters 32 and 50)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 53 (Formerly Chapters 33 and 51)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 54 (Formerly Chapters 32, 34, and 52)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 55 (Formerly Chapters 34, 35, and 53)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 56 (Formerly Chapters 35, 36, and 54)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 57
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 58 (Formerly Parts of Chapters 38, 56)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 59 (Formerly Chapter 37 and Part of Chapter 38)
  • Present at the Creation: Barbara Evans’ Working Copy – Chapters 57, 58, and 59
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 60 (Formerly Chapters 39, 40, and 58)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 61 (Formerly Chapters 40, 41, and 59)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 62 (Formerly Chapters 41, 42, and 60)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 63 (Formerly Chapters 42, 43, and 61)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 64 (Formerly Chapters 43, 44, and 62)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 65 (Formerly Chapters 44, 45, and 63)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 66 (Formerly Chapters 45, 46, and 64)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 67 (Formerly Chapters 46, 47, and 65)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 68 (Formerly Chapters 47, 48, and 66)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 69 (Formerly Chapters 48, 49, and 67)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 70 (Formerly Chapters 49, 50, and 68)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 71 (Formerly Chapter 69)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 72 (Formerly Chapters 51 and 70)
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  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 73 (Formerly Chapters 52 and 71)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 74 (Formerly Chapters 53 and 72)
  • Present at the Creation: Chapter 75 (Formerly Chapters 54 and 73)
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 1 – Kirlin Notes on Executive Sessions – Legislative Histories
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 2 – Early Years, State Department Organization, Economic Warfare, FDR
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 3 – Erik Boheman’s Chapters from Pa Vakt – Economic Warfare
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 4 – MSF Notes on Intelligence Organization
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 6 – UNRRA, FAO, Bretton Woods
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 7 – Miscellaneous Notes, 1945-1967
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 8 – “Awakening the World to Crisis” (Includes Palestine)
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 9 – Truman Doctrine
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 10 – Marshall Plan
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 11 – Palestine, 1945-47
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 12 – MSF, 1947 Developments; 1947 State Department Reorganization
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 13 – MSF Notes on North Atlantic Treaty
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 14 – Documents for January-June, 1949
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 15 – Turkey; Nomination, January-June, 1949
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 16 – MSF Notes – Military Assistance Program, 1949
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 17 – MSF Notes – Developments, September-November, 1949
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 18 – MSF Notes – Foreign Ministers Meeting and Fourth NATO Council, May, 1950 – Schuman Plan
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Folder 1 – Barbara Evans’ Lists – State Department Chronological Files, 1949-1952
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Folder 2 – Correspondence with Senator J. William Fulbright at the State Department re Use of Researchers Notes in Files of the State Department and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 1966-1971
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Folder 3 – Yalta-Kuriles Question
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 21 – MSF Notes – Korea: I-Historical Background
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 22 – Korea: II-June-August, 1950
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 23 – Korea: III-July-October, 1950
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 24 – Korea: IV-September 30, 1950-April 11, 1951
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 25 – Korea: V-Appendix C to End
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 28 – MSF – The Great Debate, 1951
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 29 – London, Lisbon, Bonn, Paris Visits – January-June, 1952
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 30 – MSF Notes – Iranian Oil Crisis, 1951 – Palais Rose and Other Talks
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 31 – Visits, 1952 – England to Hawaii
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 32 – MSF Notes – Visits, 1952 – Iran, Britain, and Egypt
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 33 – MSF Notes – Associated States, Philippines, India, Pakistan
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 34 – MSF Notes – Seventh UNGA, October-December, 1952
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 35 – MSF Notes – 1952 Prime Minister Churchill’s Visit, London-Lisbon
  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 36 – MSF Notes – “Changing the Guard”
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 40 – Corinne Lyman’s Notes – Fourth Meeting of Consultation of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 43 – The Marshall Mission
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 46 – Corinne Lyman’s Notes – Japanese Peace Treaty – Decision to Go Ahead
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 47 – Corinne Lyman’s Notes – Japan II
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Binder 48 – Corinne Lyman’s Notes – Memorandum on China – Section of Chapters 20, 22, 23
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes, Extra Copies of Research Memoranda – M. S. Finkelstein’s Notes – Binder 6
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes – Table of Contents, Footnotes, Chapter Notes (Edited Manuscript of Above)
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes – Edited Manuscripts, Volume I, Chapters 1-27
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  • Present at the Creation: Research Notes – Edited Manuscripts, Volume III, Chapters 51-76
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  • Present at the Creation: Page Proofs – Barbara Evans’ Notes
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  • Present at the Creation: Page Proofs – Part I, Chapters 1-13
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  • Present at the Creation: Page Proofs – Part III, Chapters 28-38
  • Present at the Creation: Page Proofs – Part III-B, Chapters 39-50
  • Present at the Creation: Page Proofs – Part III-C, Chapters 51-61
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  • Present at the Creation: Page Proofs – Part III-D-IV, Chapters 62-end
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  • Present at the Creation: Annotated Page Proofs – Part III-D – Secretary Of State
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  • Present at the Creation: Articles Taken from the Book – Harper’s, Esquire
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  • Grapes From Thorns - Manuscript
  • Korea: Paperback Book Taken from Present at the Creation – Drafts Of Introduction and Afterword
  • Korea: Proofs, Index
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  • Korea: Proofs – Set #2
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  • The Struggle for a Free Europe: Drafts of Epilogue and Inserts
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  • Official 1949 Inaugural Program
  • Cross Reference Sheet-Materials Transferred to the Book Collection [HSTL]
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  • July 4, 1936 – “Roger Brooke Taney: Notes Upon Judicial Restraint” – Maryland Bar Association
  • January 22, 1937 – “Some Social Factors in Legal Change” - Law Club of Chicago
  • April 17, 1937 – Harvard Law Review Banquet, 50th Anniversary
  • November 26, 1938 – “Mr. Justice Cardozo and Problems of Government” – Bar and Officers of the United States Supreme Court
  • November 28, 1939 – “An American Attitude Toward Foreign Affairs” – Yale University, Davenport College
  • June 4, 1940 – International Ladies Garment Workers Union – New York City
  • August 11, 1940 – Letter to the New York Times Regarding Transfer of United States Destroyers to England
  • October 13, 1940 – “Shall We Give Further Aid to Great Britain?” – American Forum of the Air
  • January 13, 1941 – “Is a Hitler Defeat Essential to the United States?” – Town Meeting
  • October 10, 1941 – Brandeis, Louis – Remarks at Funeral Services For
  • February 1943 – Lend-Lease Act Reviewed – Statement Before United States Foreign Affairs Committee
  • September 24, 1945 – Wherry, Kenneth S. – Correspondence with Dean Acheson
  • November 14, 1945 – National Council of American-Soviet Friendship
  • March 18, 1946 – “Mutual Advantages of the British Loan” – Economic Club of Detroit
  • April 23, 1946 – “International Control of Atomic Energy” – CBS Broadcast
  • June 4, 1946 – “Random Harvest” Speech – Associated Harvard Clubs
  • June 11, 1946 – Bryn Mawr College Address
  • April 18, 1947 – American Society of Newspaper Editors
  • May 8, 1947 – Delta Council – Cleveland, Mississippi
  • June 15, 1947 – Wesleyan University (Connecticut)
  • October 1, 1947 – Wellesley College (Massachusetts)
  • October 14, 1947 – “What Should We Do For Europe Now?” – Town Meeting
  • November 28, 1947 – Commonwealth Club of San Francisco
  • 1948 – “The United States in World Affairs, 1947-1948” – Foreword to Book Published by the Council on Foreign Relations – Harper’s
  • January 28, 1948 – Marshall Plan Statement Before the United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs
  • March 10, 1948 – “Diplomatic and International Significance of the European Recovery Program” – Philadelphia Bulletin Forum
  • September 30, 1948 – “Success Has Its Problems, Too” – State Bar of Michigan
  • May 1, 1950 – “The Quality of American Patriotism” – Department of State Bulletin
  • June 4, 1951 – “American Policy Toward China” – Statement Before Joint Senate Committee
  • October 29, 1951 – “Devotion to Duty Lauded in Department” – Department of State Bulletin
  • May 29, 1952 – “Freedom’s Case Against Dean Acheson” (Felix Wittmer) Department of State Press Release
  • September 29, 1952 – “The Role of the Bible in Our National Life” – National Council of Churches
  • December 19, 1952 – North Atlantic Council Statement
  • January 19, 1953 – Award Presentation to Dean Acheson by the Chiefs of Foreign Missions
  • September 28, 1953 – FDR Four Freedoms Award to Harry S. Truman
  • October 1, 1953 – Post-War Foreign Policy Second Phase – Woodrow Wilson Foundation Diner
  • November 20, 1953 – Pusey, Nathan M. – Address in Honor of
  • Autumn 1954 – “The Responsibility for Decision in Foreign Policy” – Yale Review
  • March 28, 1954 – “Instant Retaliation” – New York Times
  • January 29, 1955 – “Reminiscences of a Supreme Court Law Clerk” – Pittsburgh Legal Journal
  • April 5, 1955 – Dean Harry Schulman Memorial Services – Yale University
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  • 1955 – “The Parties and Foreign Policy” – Harper’s
  • April 15, 1956 – “To Meet the Shifting Soviet Offensive” – New York Times
  • June 10, 1956 – “The Significance of Soviet Productive Power” – Brandeis University
  • Summer 1956 – “Legislative-Executive Relations” – Yale Review
  • September 26, 1956 – “The Shape of Foreign Policy Issues in 1956” – Western Suburban Democratic Club of Maryland
  • January 6, 1957 – “The Bases of a Foreign Policy Program” – New York Times
  • January 10, 1957 – “The Administration’s Proposed Joint Resolution Relating to the Middle East” – House Foreign Affairs Committee
  • April 12, 1957 – Annual Dinner of the Yale Daily News
  • May 2, 1957 – “Moralism in Foreign Policy” – The Reporter
  • Summer 1957 – Rublee, George – Sketch for the Groton School Quarterly
  • August 1957 – “Is NATO Useful?” – Western World
  • September 5, 1957 – “A Word of Praise” – The Reporter
  • September 19, 1957 – “Culture After Breakfast” – The Reporter
  • December 9, 1957 – Letter to a Friend Regarding James Reston Column in the New York Times
  • December 30, 1957 – “Germany – U. S. Troops In” – American Council on Germany, Inc.
  • February 17, 1958 – New York Herald Tribune Book and Author Luncheon
  • February 20, 1958 – “Morality, Moralism, and Diplomacy” – University of Florida
  • April 1958 – “The Illusion of Disengagement” – Foreign Affairs
  • April 15, 1958 – “Factors Underlying Negotiations with the Russians” – Eddie Jacobson Memorial Foundation Dinner
  • May 3, 1958 – Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner
  • May 8, 1958 – “Meetings at the Summit – A Study in Diplomatic Method” – University of New Hampshire
  • July 3, 1958 – American Association of Law Libraries, Washington, D.C.
  • September 6, 1958 – Quemoy Crisis, Statement On
  • January 6, 1959 – “The Foreign Service as a Career” – Excerpts From Letter
  • April 15, 1959 – “Should U. S. Policy Change on Russia?” – Foreign Policy Bulletin
  • May 8, 1959 – Diamond Jubilee Celebration for Harry S. Truman
  • June 1959 – “The Great Fish of Como” – Harper’s
  • June 5, 1959 – “Inter-American Development Bank” – House Banking and Currency Committee
  • July-August 1959 – “En Torno de Las Dos Americas” – Combate
  • July 21, 1959 – “Revising Forward Political Strategies and Improving the Organization of the Free World” – National War College
  • Autumn 1959 – “The Premises of American Policy” – Orbis
  • October 11, 1959 – “Thoughts About Thought in High Places” – New York Times
  • November 18, 1959 – “The Atlantic Nations and the Free World” – NATO Parliamentarians’ Conference
  • November 26, 1959 – Homage to General Marshall – The Reporter
  • January 20, 1960 – Memoirs of Sir Anthony Eden, Comments on
  • February 20, 1960 – Griswold Tenth Anniversary Dinner, New Haven, Connecticut
  • February 29, 1960 – German Reunification (North American Newspaper Alliance Article)
  • March 3, 1960 – “The Debate on Defense” – The Reporter
  • June 1960 – “Stories by Dean Acheson” – Harper’s
  • June 13, 1960 – “The Nature of Our Times” – Goucher College
  • September 15, 1960 – “The Errant Vaparetto” – The Reporter
  • October 28, 1960 – Western Suburban Democratic Rally – Bethesda, Maryland
  • November 30, 1960 – Berlin Speech – Kansas City, Missouri
  • March 18, 1961 – Churchill, Winston, Dean Acheson On – Saturday Evening Post
  • March 25, 1961 – Russians, Dean Acheson On – Saturday Evening Post
  • April 1961 – “Adenauer and McCloy” – Harper’s
  • May 1961 – Bevin, Ernest, Article on by Dean Acheson – Harper’s
  • Autumn 1961 – “Fifty Years After” – Yale Review
  • September 1961 – Meaning of Access to Berlin
  • October 1, 1961 – Herridge, W. D. – Letter Concerning
  • December 5, 1961 – Joint Economic Committee – Statement Before
  • February 15, 1962 – “The Hazard” – Peale Museum Speech
  • March 31, 1962 – Truman Library Address
  • June 11, 1962 – Honorary Degree from Yale
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  • November 1962 – “Mr. Justice Frankfurter” – Harvard Law Review
  • December 5, 1962 – Atlantic Alliance Speech – West Point
  • December 15, 1962 – “My Morning in America” – Saturday Evening Post
  • C. 1962 – “Nuclear Control in NATO” by Robert E. Osgood, Washington Center for Foreign Policy Research
  • January 1963 –“The Practice of Partnership with Europe” – Foreign Affairs
  • March 7, 1963 – “Obstacles to Partnership with Europe” – Caltech Speech
  • April 25, 1963 – Panel on Cuba – American Society of International Law
  • May 1, 1963 – Anglo-American Conference – English Speaking Union
  • July 1963 – “Short Cut From a Natural State of Innocence to the Land of Worldly Wisdom” – Esquire
  • July 29, 1963 – Letter to Senator Fulbright Concerning National Academy for Foreign Affairs
  • September 18, 1963 – “The American Interest in European Unity” – The Hague
  • October 1963 – “The Monroe Doctrine: Dead or Alive?” – Think
  • November 18, 1963 – “The Dilemmas of Our Times” – Brien McMahon Lecture, University of Connecticut
  • C. 1964 – Atlantic Crisis by Robert Kleiman – Review by Dean Acheson
  • June 4, 1964 – “Foreign Policy of the United States” – Arkansas Bar Association
  • December 9, 1964 – “Ethics in International Relations Today” – Amherst College
  • December 10, 1964 – “Of Mice and Mail” – Amherst College Assembly
  • February 28, 1965 – “The American Image Will Take Care of Itself” – New York Times
  • March 5, 1965 – “Ambivalences of American Foreign Policy” – University of Indiana
  • March 19, 1965 – “A Toast to Columnists”
  • March 24, 1965 – “Cyprus: the Anatomy of the Problem” – Chicago Bar Association
  • April 13, 1965 – “The Truman Years” – Freedom House Award
  • May 21, 1965 – George C. Marshall (Polaris Submarine) Launching
  • June 22, 1965 – “Olney Plan” – Maryland National Park and Planning Commission
  • July 14, 1965 – “Voice of Experience” – Washington Post
  • 1965 – “Isolationists are Stupid” – Saturday Evening Post
  • August 12, 1965 – “Advice to Young Academic Propagandists” – The Reporter
  • August 22, 1965 – Salute to G. Howland Shaw – Washington Post
  • October 7, 1965 – “The Fairy Princess” – The Reporter
  • October 25, 1965 – Frankfurter, Felix – Resolutions re Bar of the U. S. Supreme Court
  • October 31, 1965 – Without Fear or FavorWashington Post
  • 1966 – “Canada: Stern Daughter of the Voice of God”
  • January 1966 – “Europe: Decision or Drift” – Foreign Affairs
  • March 31, 1966 – “History as Literature” (SAH Dinner), Smithsonian Institution
  • January 1966 – “The Atlantic Alliance” (Hearings) Subcommittee on National Security – Senate Committee on Government Operations
  • May 17, 1966 – “The Crisis in NATO” (Hearings) House Foreign Affairs Committee
  • June 1966 – Prize Day – Groton School Address
  • Summer 1966 – “The Lawyer’s Path to Peace” – Virginia Quarterly Review
  • October 1966 – “The Holiday” – Atlantic Monthly
  • October 4, 1966 – Burling, Edward B. – Memorial Services
  • December 10, 1966 – Rhodesia – Comments on – Washington Post
  • January 1967 – “The Earrings” – Atlantic Monthly
  • June 4, 1967 – Crisis Over Rhodesia Review – Washington Post
  • September 5, 1967 – “A Farewell to Daisy Harriman”
  • December 10, 1967 – “Acheson Writes Off DeGaulle” – Washington Post
  • December 20, 1967 – “Acheson on Greece” – Washington Post
  • February 1968 – “Range Practice” – American Heritage
  • March 31, 1968 – Crusader’s Centennial (Letter to the Editor) – New York Times
  • April 18, 1968 – Truman, Bess – Unveiling of Portrait at the White House
  • May 24, 1968 – “The Arrogance of International Lawyers” – American Bar Association
  • May 26, 1968 – Have I Ever Lied to You? by Art Buchwald (Book Review) – Washington Post
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  • June 9, 1968 – Exeter College Address – Exeter Bulletin
  • July 1, 1968 – “The True Election Comparison”
  • October 1968 – This Simian World – Foreword To
  • December 26, 1968 – “Drop Reformist Intervention in Rhodesia” – Washington Star
  • December 30, 1968 – “Violence Perceived” – Washington Post
  • January 19, 1969 – “Acheson Says Luck Saved JFK on Cuba” – Washington Post
  • April 16, 1969 – “The First Hundred Days” – American Society of Newspaper Editors
  • July 16, 1969 – Supreme Court – Statement Before Senate Committee on the Judiciary
  • July 27, 1969 – “A Citizen Takes A Hard Look at the ABM Debacle” – Washington Star
  • October 1969 – “The Greatness of Harry Truman” – Esquire
  • October 10, 1969 – Milwaukee Journal – World Affairs Council Award for Distinguished Service in Foreign Affairs
  • October 12, 1969 – Smith, Gaddis, Interview with Dean Acheson
  • November 19, 1969 – Rhodesia – Statement Before House Committee on Foreign Affairs
  • November 24, 1969 – “Nixon Policy Backed” – New York Times
  • March 5, 1970 – “Oppression in Brazil” – Washington Post
  • March 25, 1970 – Rhodesia – Letter to Congressman Gross (Ia.) Concerning Congressional Record
  • April 9, 1970 – Harry S. Truman Portrait Presentation to the National Portrait Gallery
  • May 13, 1970 – “The Changing American Scene” – Maxwell Air Force Base
  • September 20, 1970 – “The Sage of Sandy Springs” – New York Times
  • December 10, 1970 – “Acheson Urges Brandt’s ‘Race’ to Moscow Be Called Off” – Washington Post
  • January 2, 1971 – Southwest Africa, U. S. Involvement In – New York Times
  • April 21, 1971 – “On South Africa” – New York Times
  • July 7, 1971 – “The Purloined Papers” – New York Times
  • July 1971 – “The Eclipse of the State Department” – Foreign Affairs
  • July 7, 1971 – Rhodesia Statement Before Senator Byrd’s Committee
  • July 22, 1971 – “A New-Old China Policy” – New York Times
  • October 14, 1971 – “The Berlin Agreement Is No Gift” – New York Times
  • October 14, 1971 – “Russia’s Goals in the Mideast” – New York Times
  • December 12, 1971 – “Economic Pressures Endanger Our Security” – Washington Star
  • 1941-1942 – Correspondence Re Justice Louis D. Brandeis
  • 1941-1945 – Correspondence, General
  • June 2, 1942 – Correspondence Re Italian-American Rally
  • July 6, 1942 – Correspondence Re Charlottesville, Virginia Speech
  • 1941-1949 – Speeches Written and Edited For Others by Dean Acheson
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
Box 138
      [3 of 3]
  • April 9, 1944 – Draft of Secretary Cordell Hull’s Speech
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • August 1945-July 1947 – Correspondence Re Articles and Speeches
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
Box 139
      [4 of 4]
  • November 14, 1945 – United States-Soviet Union Friendship Speeches
  • 1953-1960 – Articles and Speeches Drafted and Edited For Others by Dean Acheson
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • June 23, 1953 – “Toast to Truman”
  • September 18, 1953 – Correspondence Re Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Award to Harry S. Truman
Box 140
  • October 1, 1953 – Woodrow Wilson Foundation Speech
  • April 3, 1954 – Informal Remarks by Dean Acheson, Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race Dinner
  • July 30, 1954 – Yale Review Article
  • June 1954 – Introduction to Civilization and Foreign Policy by Louis Halle
  • January 21, 1955 – Pennsylvania Bar Association Speech
  • April 1956 – Cleveland Bar Association Speech and Subsequent New York Times Article
  • June 10, 1956 – Brandeis University Commencement Address
  • September 26, 1956 – Western Suburban Democratic Club of Maryland
Box 141
  • September 1956 – Correspondence Re Western Suburban Democratic Club of Maryland Speech
  • January 6, 1957 – “Mr. Acheson Offers Some Advice”
  • January 10, 1957 – Statement by Dean Acheson Before House Foreign Affairs Committee on “The Administration’s Proposed Joint Resolution Relating to the Middle East”
  • May 2, 1957 – “Foreign Policy and Presidential Moralism”, The Reporter
  • May 4, 1957 – Women’s National Democratic Club Dinner
  • May 15, 1957 – Statement Re Eisenhower Budget Statement Re Removal of Troops from Korea Prior to 1950
  • June 11, 1957 – Debate with Ollenhauer Re NATO
  • September 1957 - Article on Civil Rights, The Reporter
  • October 23-25, 1957 - Will L. Clayton Lectures
      [1 of 2]
Box 142
      [2 of 2]
  • May 28 and December 4, 1957 – Air War College, Maxwell Air Force Base
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1957-1958 – Statement Re George F. Kennan’s Article in Foreign Affairs
  • February 20, 1958 – Address at University of Florida, “Morality, Moralism and Diplomacy”
  • March 13, 1958 – Correspondence Re BBC Documentary on Harry S. Truman
  • March 17, 1958 – Guest Column for Stokes
  • April 15, 1958 – Eddie Jacobson Memorial Dinner, Kansas City, Missouri, “Factors Underlying Negotiations with the Russians”
      [1 of 2]
Box 143
      [2 of 2]
  • May 3, 1958 – Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Detroit, Michigan
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • May 8, 1958 – Conference at the Summit
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • July 3, 1958 – American Association of Law Librarians
  • July 1958 – Damariscotta (Maine) Lecture
  • September 1958 – Bilderberg Meeting
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 144
  • September 1958 – Quemoy Statement
  • October 1958 – Cambridge (Kings College) Lecture
  • February 2, 1959 – “What About Berlin?” by Dean Acheson
  • February 5, 1959 – “Sir Winston Spencer Churchill” by Dean Acheson
  • April 12, 1959 – New York Times Article, “On Dealing With the Russians”
  • May 8, 1959 – Truman Jubilee
  • May 15, 1959 – Williamsburg
  • June 30, 1959 – Colgate University Speech
  • October 9, 1959 – “Time to Think: Thoughts About Thought in High Places”
  • November 13, 1959 – “The Atlantic Nations and the Free World”
  • November 26, 1959 – The Reporter, “General Marshall” by Dean Acheson
  • February 29, 1960 – North American Newspaper Alliance Article on Germany
Box 145
  • February 29, 1960 – “Arthur H. Vandenberg, A Sketch” by Dean Acheson
  • March 1960 – “Naught For Your Comfort”, Knox College Lectures
  • March 30, 1960 – Debate on Foreign Policy, The Reporter
  • April 7, 1960 – Scarsdale, New York Speech
  • May 17, 1960 – Goucher College Lecture, “The Nature of Our Times”
  • June 1960 – Harper’s Magazine, “The Greeks Come To The Isola”
  • July 1, 1960 – Press Release – Statement by Governor Nelson Rockefeller, Washington, D. C.
  • October 28, 1960 – “The President and the Secretary of State”, American Assembly Meeting
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • February 1961 – Article for Esquire
  • June 1961 – Air War College Lecture
  • June 19, 1961 – Excerpts from Commencement Address, Sherwood High School
  • Autumn 1961 – Yale Review Article
Box 146
  • October 1961 – Dean Acheson’s Letter Re William Duncan Herridge
  • April 1, 1962 – Address at Truman Library, Independence, Missouri
  • April 30-May 1, 1962 – International House
  • June 16, 1962 – Press Release, Remarks by Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, University of Michigan
  • September 12-15, 1962 – The Radiant Morn
  • October 15 and 29, 1962 – Speeches by Per Jacobsen
  • October 24, 1962 – Address, University of California
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • October 30, 1962 – Address, California Institute of Technology
  • November 1962 – Address, United States Military Academy, West Point, New York
  • January 22, 1963 – Address, “The North Atlantic Alliance”, The National War College, Washington, D. C.
  • March 7, 1963 – Address, California Institute of Technology
Box 147
  • March 13, 1963 – Address, University of California at Berkeley
  • May 1, 1963 – English Speaking Union, Remarks by Dean Acheson
  • June 8, 1963 – Robert Hill Memorial Dinner
  • July 1963 – Monroe Doctrine Manuscript, by Dean Acheson for Think
  • September 18, 1963 – Address at The Hague, The Netherlands, “The American Interest in European Unity”
  • September 20-23, 1963 – Institute of Strategic Studies, 5th Annual Conference, Cambridge
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • September 1963 – Address at the Air War College
Box 148
  • October 18, 1963 – Address to the German-American Club, Bonn, Germany
  • November 15, 1963 – Address at the University of Connecticut
  • December 1963 – Speeches and Papers of Lester B. Pearson, Prime Minister of Canada
  • March 1964 – Bilderberg Conference
  • April 1964 – Review of Atlantic Crisis
  • October 1964 – Concord Lectures – United States Post-War Foreign Policy
  • November 20, 1964 – Atlantic Community
  • December 9, 1964 – Amherst College Speech, “Ethics in International Relations Today”
  • 1965 – “The American Image”
  • 1965 – The Fairy Princess (early drafts)
  • 1965 – Canada, Articles on – Drafts
  • 1965 – Shaping the Future by Bowie, Reviewed by Dean Acheson
  • 1965 – Struggle for the World by Desmund Donnelly, Reviewed by Dean Acheson
  • February 1965 – “The U. S. Is a ‘European Power’” by Dean Acheson
Box 149
  • March 5, 1965 – “Ambivalences in American Foreign Policy”, University of Indiana
  • March 19, 1965 – Toast to New York Times Columnists
  • March 24, 1965 – “Cyprus: The Anatomy of the Problem” – Address, Chicago Bar Association
  • May 1, 1965 – Yale Law School Alumni Day
  • May 21, 1965 – Remarks at the Launching of the Polaris Sub, General George C. Marshall (SSNB 654), Newport News, Virginia
  • July 1965 – “Advice to Academic Propagandists” by Dean Acheson
  • July 1965 – Without Fear or Favor: A Biography of Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney by Walker Lewis, Reviewed by Dean Acheson
  • September 1965 – Resolutions Re Justice Felix Frankfurter
  • October 13, 1965 – Lecture at Purdue University, “Europe: The Hinge of Fate”
  • November 3, 1965 – Draft of Booksellers
  • 1966 – “The Earrings” and “The Holiday” by Dean Acheson
Box 150
  • 1966 – “History as Literature”
  • January 1966 – Vietnam, NAPA
  • April 27, 1966 – Dean Acheson’s Testimony Before the Jackson Subcommittee on NATO
  • May 1966 – Crisis Over Rhodesia: A Skeptical View by Charles B. Marshall, Reviewed by Dean Acheson
  • May 7, 1966 – Doherty Lecture by Dean Acheson, Law Alumni Day, University of Virginia
  • May 18, 1966 – Press Release, Address by Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara
  • June 1966 – Prize Day, Groton School
  • August 16, 1966 – Toward Peace in Indo-China by Anthony Eden, Reviewed by Dean Acheson
  • 1968 – Remarks at the Unveiling of Mrs. Truman’s Portrait at the White House
  • 1968 – Foreword to Charles Sawyer’s Book
  • 1968 – Have I Ever Lied to You? by Art Buchwald
  • March 15, 1968 – Remarks [re W. Averell Harriman and Foreign Service Award]
  • March 28, 1968 – Letter to the New York Times [re Norman Hapgood]
  • May 7, 1968 – This Simian World: Foreword
  • May 24, 1968 – “The Arrogance of International Lawyers”
  • May 1968 – American Bar Association, Address on the Rhodesian Question
Box 151
  • June 9, 1968 – Address, Phillips Exeter Academy
  • July 10, 1968 – Foreword by Dean Acheson [to The Third World by Franco Nogueira]
  • August 1968 – The Essence of Security by Robert S. McNamara, Reviewed by Dean Acheson
  • September 22, 1968 – “The True Election Comparison” Published in the “Outlook” Section, Washington Post
  • November 13 and 20, 1968 – “Housecleaning for Moving Day” Article Sent to the Washington Star and to the Washington Post
  • 1969 – “Robert Kennedy on the Cuban Missile Crisis: A Commentary” by Dean Acheson
  • April 16, 1969 – “The First Hundred Days”, Remarks to the American Society of Newspaper Editors, Washington, D. C.
  • July 16, 1969 – Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Separation of Powers
  • September 1969 – Milwaukee Speech
  • May 13, 1970 – “The Changing American Scene”
  • September 29, 1970 – SAIS [School of Advanced International Studies]
Box 152
  • February 21, 1971 – Book Review, Spears and Scepter: Army, Police and Politics in Tropical Africa by Ernest W. Lefever, Washington Star
  • March 5, 1971 – “A Constructive Proposal”, New York Times
  • April 1, 1971 – “Measured by a Flexible Yardstick”, Washington Post
  • April 1971 – “The Eclipse of the State Department” by Dean Acheson
  • April 1971 – “Philip C. Jessup, Diplomatist”
  • July 7, 1971 – Statement Before Subcommittee of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on S. 1404 re Rhodesian Question
  • July 7, 1971 – “The Purloined Papers” by Dean Acheson, Published in the New York Times
  • July 19, 1971 – “A New-Old Policy Toward China”
  • July 1971 – Introduction by Dean Acheson [to The London Journal of General Raymond E. Lee, 1940-1941, Edited by James Leutze]
  • July 29, 1971 – Statement re S. 1125 [re executive privilege and requests to testify before Congress]
  • September 1971 – “The Agreement on Berlin”
  • September 13, 1971 – “Applying Dr. Johnson’s Advice” by Dean Acheson and Charles Burton Marshall
  • October 14, 1971 – “Russia Over Suez”, Published in the New York Times as “Russia’s Goals In the Mideast”
  • December 12, 1971 – “The Real Crises Are Often Concealed” Published in the Washington Star as “Economic Pressures Endanger our Security”

Box 153
  • 1941
  • 1942
  • 1943
  • 1944
  • 1945
  • 1946
  • 1947
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1948
  • January 1949
      [1 of 2]
Box 154
      [2 of 2]
  • February 1949
  • March 1949
  • April 1949
  • May 1949
  • June 1949
  • July 1949
  • August 1949
  • September 1949
  • October 1949
  • November 1949
Box 155
  • December 1949
  • January 1950
  • February 1950
  • March 1950
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • April 1950
Box 156
  • May 1950
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • June 1950
  • July 1950
  • August 1950
  • September 1950
  • October 1950
Box 157
  • November 1950
  • December 1950
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • January 1951
  • February 1951
  • March 1951
  • April 1951
  • May 1951
Box 158
  • June 1951
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • July 1951
  • August 1951
  • September 1951
  • October 1951
  • November 1951
  • December 1951
Box 159
  • January 1952
  • February 1952
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • March 1952
  • April 1952
  • May 1952
  • June 1952
Box 160
  • July 1952
  • August 1952
  • September 1952
  • October 1952
  • November 1952
  • December 1952
  • January 1953
  • December 1962

Box 161
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1947-1952
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1953
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1954
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1955
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1956
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1957
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1958
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1959
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1960
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1961
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1962
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1963
  • Acheson-Truman Correspondence: 1965-1971

Box 161 (cont.)
  • [Certificates and Memoriabilia, 1941-1953]
  • Clippings, Dean Acheson [1933-1934]
Box 162
  • Condolence Book for Dean G. Acheson [Condolence Messages, 1971]
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Dean Gooderham Acheson—Honorary Degree, Doctor of Civil Law, University of Michigan, October 1967
  • Japanese Peace Treaty Conference—Verbatim Minutes, San Francisco, September 1951
  • Messages to Dean Acheson [May 1933-December 1933]
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
Box 163
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Messages to Dean Acheson [January 1941-October 1945]
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
Box 164
      [4 of 4]
  • Messages to Dean Acheson [August 1945-July 1947]
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]

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