Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


Edwin A. Locke, Jr. Papers

Dates: 1941-1953.

Personal Representative of the President to China, 1945; Special Assistant to the President, 1946-1947; Ambassador in Charge of U.S. Mission to the Near East, 1951-1952.

See also Edwin A. Locke, Jr. oral history and files.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 3 linear feet.
Access: Open.
Copyright: The donor gave to the U.S. government the copyrights in this material and in any other material received by the U.S. government and maintained in a depository administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. Documents created by U.S. government officials in the course of their official duties are in the public domain. Copyright interest in other documents presumably belongs to the creators of those documents, or their heirs.
Processed by: John T. Curry (1961) and Harry Clark Jr. (1973).

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FOLDER TITLE LIST

    AMERICAN WAR PRODUCTION MISSION IN CHINA
Box 1
  • Locke: Special Representative of President Truman in China, 1945
  • Mission to China - first trip: travel orders; log, diary and map
  • Mission to China - second trip: travel orders; log, diary and map
  • Mission to China - third trip: travel orders; log, diary and map
  • Mission to China - third trip: Hawaii, Japan
Box 2
  • Mission to China - third trip: China (Chunking)
  • Mission to China - third trip: China (Canton, Formosa)
  • Mission to China - third trip: China (Hankow, Tsingtao)
  • Mission to China - third trip: China (Tientsin, Peiping)
  • Mission to China - third trip: China (Reports - Supreme Economic Council)
  • Mission to China - third trip: India, Egypt, Morocco, Azores, Bermuda
Box 3
  • Principal electric power facilities as of July 1945 in Manchuria (Including Jehol), March 1946
    SPECIAL ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT
  • Correspondence, clippings and congratulations re Locke's appointment as Special Assistant - March 19, 1946
  • Replies to congratulatory letters re Locke's appointment as Special Assistant - March 19, 1946
  • Special Assistant to the President (Personal), May-November 1946
  • Special Assistant to the President (Official), April 1945-May 1946
  • Special Assistant to the President (Official), June 1946-February 1947
Box 4
  • Correspondence re Locke's resignation as Special Assistant - December 31, 1946
    MISSION TO THE NEAR EAST
  • Locke's Mission to the Near East, November 1951-April 1952
  • Locke's Mission to the Near East, May-December 1952
  • Correspondence and Memoranda re Mission to the Near East "Refugee Reaction", October-December 1952
  • Address of E. A. Locke, Jr. - Beirut, Lebanon, December 5, 1952
  • Address of E. A. Locke, Jr. - Near East Conference - Princeton University, May 23, 1953
  • Newspaper clippings
  • Notes made by Nevin L. Fidler on Ambassador Locke's visits to Refugee camps
  • Reports: U.N. Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in Near East
Box 5
  • Arthur Gardiner, E. A. Locke's correspondence with (December 1951-December 1952)
  • Invitation cards
  • The President, E. A. Locke's correspondence with (November 1951-January 1953)
    CHRONOLOGICAL FILE
  • Chronological File, 1941
  • Chronological File, 1942
  • Chronological File, 1943
  • Chronological File, 1944
  • Chronological File, 1945
  • Chronological File, 1946
    WAR PRODUCTION BOARD
  • War Production Board Directory
Box 6
  • Report on Cargo Aircraft to Donald M. Nelson, Chairman, War Production Board
  • Trip of Donald M. Nelson to Great Britain, September 19, 1943-October 5, 1943
  • Trip of Donald M. Nelson to Canada, June 7-9, 1943
Box 7
  • Trip of Donald M. Nelson to Russia, October 6-31, 1943
    CARGO PLANES: KAISER-HUGHES FILE
  • Cargo Planes: Kaiser-Hughes File, May 1941-August 1947
  • Cargo Planes: Kaiser-Hughes File - Newspaper Clippings

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