Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


Harry S. Truman Papers
Post-Presidential Papers

Dates: 1860, 1953-1978. Bulk Date Span: 1953-1973.

Most of this collection is composed of correspondence arranged in a number of different series, including the Secretary’s Office File, which contains material that Truman's personal secretary felt was especially sensitive and decided to keep in her own office; the Name File, which includes most of Mr. Truman's exchanges of correspondence with prominent persons; and the very large General Correspondence File, which contains public mail and other correspondence deemed by Truman’s staff to be less important. The collection also contains many other series, including a Speech File, a Trip File, an Invitations File, a series containing the documents found in Truman's desk after his death, a series containing materials created during the writing of Truman's Memoirs, and a series relating to the construction and early history of the Harry S. Truman Library.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 364 linear feet.
Access: Open, with the exception of some material closed due to donor restrictions.
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: Jan Davis, John Miller, Stephanie Rohr, Martina Smith, Randy Sowell, and others (2010-2015).

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

1884 (May 8)Born, Lamar, Missouri
1887Moved with family to farm near Grandview, Missouri
1890Moved with family to Independence, Missouri
1901Graduated form Independence High School
1901-1906Lived in Independence and Kansas City, Missouri; held various jobs, including clerk at two Kansas City banks
1905-1911Served in Missouri National Guard
1906-1917Worked on family farm near Grandview, Missouri
1917-1919Served in 129th Field Artillery; commanded Battery D during World War I; promoted to rank of Captain
1919 (June 28)Married Bess Wallace at Trinity Episcopal Church, Independence, Missouri
1919-1922Partner with Eddie Jacobson in Kansas City haberdashery
1923-1925Eastern District Judge, Jackson County (Missouri) Court
1924 (February 17)Daughter Mary Margaret born
1927-1935Presiding Judge of the Jackson County (Missouri) Court
1935-1945United States Senator from Missouri
1945 (January 20-April 12)Vice President of the United States
1945 (April 12)-1953 (January 20)President of the United States
1953 (January)Left Presidency and retired to Independence, Missouri
1957 (July 6)Helped dedicate the Harry S. Truman Library, Independence, Missouri
1972 (December 26)Died, Research Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri

A more detailed timeline of Harry S. Truman's life and Presidency is available on the Truman Trivia Page.

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COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The Post-Presidential Papers of Harry S. Truman consist of correspondence and other documents created or compiled by Mr. Truman from the end of his Presidency in 1953 until his death in 1972. The paper are arranged in forty-three series, but four large series of correspondence make up more than half of the collection. The collection is currently being reprocessed and further information will be added to this finding aid as reprocessing continues.

The first series, the Daily Engagements File, contains appointment calendars, daily and monthly agendas, correspondence, newsprint clippings, and programs from various meetings, events, and dinners. The calendars and agendas contain the handwriting of Harry S. Truman, Rose Conway (Truman’s personal secretary), and Truman’s other secretaries. The monthly agendas include appointments and appearances, both attended and declined. The correspondence is mostly from Harry S. Truman, either accepting or declining various invitations. The programs and pamphlets are sometimes inscribed with Truman’s handwriting with directives on handling or replies to those who sent the programs and pamphlets. The engagements include everything from dinner with Margaret Truman Daniel to sporting events and political commitments.

The second series, the Family Correspondence File, contains correspondence, greeting cards, newspaper clippings, memorabilia, and photographs. The correspondence between relatives includes information about health and greetings exchanged at holidays and birthdays. Correspondence with close relatives such as Truman’s brother, J. Vivian Truman, and Margaret Truman Daniel are mostly routine in nature. Commemorative stamps and first day covers given to Harry S. Truman for his grandchildren and other memorabilia are included. Photographs of relatives and photographs associated with Margaret Truman Daniel’s television career are also included in this series.

The third series, the Secretary's Office File, contains correspondence, handwritten notes, greeting cards, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, photographs, memoranda, cables, speeches and speech drafts, itineraries and schedules, articles, books, and legislation. The contents of this series were segregated by Rose Conway, Truman’s personal secretary, due to their perceived importance. The series includes correspondence from such prominent figures as Dean Acheson, H. Roe Bartle, John F. Kennedy, Richard J. Daley, Herbert Hoover, Hubert H. Humphrey, Lyndon B. Johnson, George McGovern, Pope Pius XII, Bob Hope, and Jackie Robinson. There are also notes, annotated drafts, and lists concerning the various books written by Harry S. Truman after his Presidency.

The fourth series, the Name File, contains correspondence, handwritten notes, greeting cards, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, photographs, memoranda, cables, speeches and speech drafts, itineraries and schedules, articles, books, and legislation. The Name File contains correspondence with prominent figures in the Democratic Party, leaders of other countries, and such notable persons as Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Bob Hope, J. Edgar Hoover, Tallulah Bankhead, Jack Benny, and Edward R. Murrow.

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SERIES AND SUBSERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Container Nos.SERIES (Subseries)
1-4DAILY ENGAGEMENTS FILE, 1953-1966
Appointment calendars, agendas, correspondence, new clippings, and programs from dinners, meetings and the theatre. Arranged chronologically.
4-10FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1953-1973
Correspondence, handwritten notes, greeting cards, memorabilia, newspaper clippings and photographs. Arranged alphabetically.
11-42SECRETARY'S OFFICE FILE, 1953-1973
Correspondence, handwritten notes, greeting cards, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, photographs, memoranda, cables, speeches and speech drafts, itineraries and schedules, articles, books, and legislation. Arranged alphabetically.
43-128NAME FILE, 1953-1973
Correspondence, handwritten notes, greeting cards, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, photographs, memoranda, cables, speeches and speech drafts, itineraries and schedules, articles, books, and legislation. Arranged alphabetically.

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FOLDER TITLE LIST

Box 1
  • Calendar Commitments, 1953
  • Calendar Commitments, 1954
  • Calendar Commitments, 1955
  • Calendar Commitments, 1956
  • Calendar Commitments, 1957
  • Calendar Commitments, 1958
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 2
  • Calendar Commitments, 1959
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Calendar Commitments, 1960
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Calendar Commitments, 1961
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Calendar Commitments, 1962
      [1 of 2]
Box 3
      [2 of 2]
  • Calendar Commitments, 1963
  • Calendar Commitments, 1964
  • Calendar Commitments, 1965-1966
  • Daily Appointments, 1958-1959
  • Daily Engagements, 1960
  • Daily Engagements, 1961
Box 4
  • Daily Engagements, 1962
  • Daily Engagements, 1963
  • Daily Engagements, 1964
  • Daily Engagements, 1965
Box 4 (cont.)
  • Clippings from President Truman's Desk
  • Daniel, E. Clifton, Jr.: 1956-1963
  • Daniel, E. Clifton, Jr.: 1964-1973
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 5
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: 1958-1965
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: 1966-1969
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: 1970-1975
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: Autographs of Her Book, Harry S. Truman
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: Correspondence Regarding Her Book, Harry S. Truman
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: Letters Forwarded to Her
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: Letters Not Answered
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: Letters Signed
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: Photographs
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: Television Shows
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: Thomas Fleming
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman: Wedding Guest List
Box 6
  • Daniel, Margaret Truman and E. Clifton, Jr.
  • Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. E. Clifton, Sr.
  • Daniel, William Wallace
  • Davidson, Henrietta
  • Hornbuckle, Mrs. Roy [includes documents added in 2011]
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Noland, Ethel and Nellie
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 7
  • Personal - Miscellaneous Family File
  • Personal Notes
  • Romine, Roy and Mary [2011 accretion]
  • Swoyer, Martha Ann Truman
  • Truman, Bess [2011 accretion]
  • Truman, Corbie
  • Truman, Fred
  • Truman, Gilbert
  • Truman, Harry
  • Truman, Harry S. – Initial “S”
  • Truman, J.C.
  • Truman, J. Vivian, and Family
      [1 of 2][2 of 2]
  • Truman, J. Vivian, Death of
      [A-G]
Box 8
      [H-M]
      [N-Z]
  • Truman, J. Vivian, Death of – General
  • Truman, Louis W.
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Truman, Margaret - Autobiography
  • Truman, Margaret - Personal
      [1 of 2]
Box 9
      [2 of 2]
  • Truman, Margaret - Shows, TV, and Radio Programs
  • Truman, Mary Jane [includes documents added in 2011]
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Truman, Mary Jane - Letters to Answer
  • Truman, Ralph, and Family [includes documents added in 2011]
      [1 of 2]
Box 10
      [2 of 2]
  • Truman, Ralph - Armory and Funeral Data
  • Truman Relatives - General
  • Wallace, David
  • Wallace Family
  • Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
  • Wallace, Mrs. Fred
  • Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. George
Box 11
  • A
  • Acheson, Dean (speeches)
  • American Book Company
  • American Broadcast Company
  • Amrene, Michael
  • Anderson, John, Jr.
  • Appointments
  • Army Data [2011 accretion]
  • Articles by the President
  • Athletics - Data Concerning
  • Awards
  • B [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Baptist Hospital
  • Bartle, H. Roe
  • Baruch, Bernard
  • Battery "D" Roster
  • Battlefield - Santiago de Cuba
  • Bell, David E.
  • Berkowitz, E. Bertram
  • Berlin Airlift
Box 12
  • Bill Data
  • Birthdays, 1959 and 1972 [2011 accretion]
  • BL
  • Blackstone Hotel
  • Book - Mr. Citizen
  • Book - Truman Speaks
  • Book Lists
  • BR
  • Bricker Amendment
  • Brink's Drug Store
  • Broadcast - "Skywatch"
  • Brooks, Ralph G.
  • Brown, Edmund G.
  • BU
  • Burrus, Rufus
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 13
  • C
  • Cabinet - Celebresse, Anthony - Health, Education and Welfare]
  • Cabient - Connor, John T. - Commerce
  • Cabinet - Dillon, Douglas - Treasury
  • Cabinet - Fowler, Henry - Treasury
  • Cabinet - Freeman, Orville - Agriculture
  • Cabinet - Goldberg, Arthur - Labor
  • Cabinet - Gronouski, John A. - Postmaster General
  • Cabinet - Hodges, Luther - Commerce
  • Cabinet - Johnson, Lyndon B.
  • Cabinet - Kennedy, John F.
  • Cabinet - Kennedy, Robert F.
  • Cabinet - McNamara, Robert - Defense
  • Cabinet - Ribicoff, Abraham - Health, Education and Welfare
  • Cabinet - Rusk, Dean - State
  • Cabinet - Udall, Stewart - Interior
  • Cabinet - Wirtz, W. Willard - Labor
  • Campaign Costs, President's Commission on
  • Campaign Data, 1960
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  • Capitol, Data on
  • Cards, Sample of Engraved [empty]
  • Carillon - Truman Library
  • Carlyle Hotel
Box 14
  • Celler, Emanuel
  • Center for Peace - Board of Overseers [empty]
  • Center for Peace - Founders Letters
  • Center for Peace - Invitations
  • Center for Peace - Letters Given to David Noyes
  • Center for Peace - Office
  • Center for Peace - Requests for Autographs
  • Central Intelligence Agency
  • CI
  • Mr. Citizen - Clippings
  • Mr. Citizen - Correspondence
  • Mr. Citizen - Data
  • Mr. Citizen - Letters
  • Civil Rights
  • Clippings - Bess Truman
  • CO
  • Cody, John P.
  • Colgan, R.C. (Roch)
Box 15
  • Collectors Data
  • College News Conference
  • Columbia Broadcasting System
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Columbia Broadcasting System - "Let's Take a Trip"
  • Columbia Broadcasting System - Presidential Succession Show
  • Columbia University Press
  • Congressional Record
  • Conn Organ Company
  • Conniff, Frank
  • Considine, Bob
  • Constitution of the United States - Amendment
Box 16
  • Contributions - Personal
  • CU
  • Cushing, Richard J. Cardinal
  • D
  • Daley, Richard J.
  • Dalton, John M.
  • Darby, Harry
  • Day, Edward
  • Days (Special)
  • Degree Data
  • Democratic National Convention, 1964
  • Democratic Party Programs
  • Development Loan Fund
  • DO
  • Douglas, Paul H.
  • Douglas, William O.
  • Duffy, F. Ryan
Box 17
  • E
  • Eichelberger, Clark M.
  • 822 Club
  • 822 Club - Dinner and Tour of Harry S. Truman Library]
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. - General
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. - Letters Concerning Trip with
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. - Metting with Harry S. Truman
  • Eisenhower College
  • Election Board of Eastern Jackson County, Missouri
  • Electoral College Amendment
Box 18
  • Evans, Tom - Correspondence, 1953-1966 [2011 accretion]
  • Evans, Tom - General
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Evans, Tom - Truman Library, Inc.
  • Executive Office of the President (Office of Emergency Planning)
  • F
  • Fahy, Charles
  • Farm Data
  • Faubus, Orval E.
  • Feinberg, Abraham
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 19
  • Fike, Stanley R.
  • Film Data
  • Finkelstein, Louis
  • Finletter, Thomas K.
  • Flag Data - General [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Flag Data - Governors
  • Flag Data - Governors, Flags Not Received
  • Flag Data - Governors, Flags Received
  • Food For Peace Program
Box 20
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Foreign Trip, June-July 1958
  • Fountain, L.H.
  • Freedom from Hunger Foundation
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Freedom from Hunger Foundation - Contributions
  • Freedom from Hunger Foundation - Meetings
  • Freeman, Orville
  • G
  • Geis Associates - Contract Data
      [1 of 2]
Box 21
      [2 of 2]
  • Geis Associates - Miscellaneous
  • Geis Associates - Releases
  • Geis Associates - Statement Regarding Publication of Mr. Citizen
  • Geis and Company
  • General Services Administration
  • Gibson, Floyd R.
  • "Give Away" - Correspondence Concerning
  • Goldman, Eric F.
  • Grandview Masonic Temple Association
  • H
  • Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc.
  • Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke, President's Commission on
Box 22
  • Hillman, William
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Hipsh, Carl, Samuel and Charles
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Hiroshima
  • Historical Data - Jewish Displaced Person
  • History - Book
  • History - Book, Reference Book
Box 23
  • History - Statements by Harry S. Truman
  • History - Television
  • History - United States
  • HO [empty]
  • Holland Bulb Growers
  • Honolulu Trip
  • Hoover Commission
  • Hoover, Herbert C. [includes documents added in 2011]
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Hope, Bob - Philharmonic
  • Hotel
  • Humphrey, Hubert H. - Correspondence, 1953-1959
  • Humphrey, Hubert H. - Correspondence, 1960-1963
Box 24
  • Humphrey, Hubert H. - Correspondence, 1964-1974
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Humphrey, Hubert H. - Political Data, 1972
  • Humphrey, Hubert H. - Political Memoranda
  • Humphrey, Joseph Bailey
  • Huyot, Robert
  • I
  • Independence School Site (Central Missouri State College)
  • Instructions
  • Integration
  • Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee - Kansas City Hearings, October 21, 1957
  • Internal Revenue Office
  • J
  • Jackson County, Missouri
  • Jessup, Philip C.
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. - Appointments
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. - Articles and Clippings
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. - Correspondence, 1955-1958
Box 25
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. - Correspondence, 1958-1963
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. - Correspondence with Other People
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. - Election of 1964
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. - Inauguration in 1965
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. - Personal Correspondence
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. - Political Correspondence
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. - Recent Correspondence [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. - Speeches and Press Releases
  • Johnson, Mrs. Lyndon B.
  • Johnston, Eric
Box 26
  • Judge Data
  • Judges and Jury Duty [2011 accretion]
  • K
  • KCMO Broadcasting Company
  • Keller, K.T.
  • Kennedy, Edward M.
  • Kennedy, John F. - Applications
  • Kennedy, John F. - Appointments
  • Kennedy, John F. - Assassination of
  • Kennedy, John F. - Campaign of 1960
  • Kennedy, John F. - Center for the Performing Arts
  • Kennedy, John F. - Clippings on
Box 27
  • Kennedy, John F. - Cuban Relations
  • Kennedy, John F. - Death
  • Kennedy, John F. - Funeral
  • Kennedy, John F. - Inauguration
  • Kennedy, John F. - Library
  • Kennedy, John F. - Memorials
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Kennedy, John F. - Miscellaneous Correspondence
  • Kennedy, John F. - Personal Data
  • Kennedy, John F. - President's Commission on Campaign Cost
Box 28
  • Kennedy, John F. - Senator, 1960
  • Kennedy, John F. - Speeches and Statements
  • Kennedy, John F. - 35th Division
  • Kennedy, John F. - Woodrow Wilson Memorial Commission
  • Kennedy, Mrs. John F.
  • Kennedy, Robert F.
  • Kerr, Robert S.
  • Keys
  • Krushchev Letters
  • Kohen, Charles
  • Krock, Arthur
  • L
  • Lasker, Mrs. Albert D.
  • Legislation
  • Lehman, Herbert H.
  • Letters Held
  • Letters - Historical
  • Letters - Important
  • Letters - Phony
Box 29
  • Letters - Special
  • Library - Articles Given to the
  • Library - Honorary Fellows - Endowment Memberships
  • Library - Institute Meetings [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Library - List of Recordings and Tapes
  • Library - Name List
  • Library - National Library Week
  • Library - Transfer of Presidential Papers to [includes documents added in 2011]
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Long, Edward V.
  • M
Box 30
  • Macmillan Company
  • Magnuson, Warren G.
  • Mason, Jimilu - Art for Science Tour
  • Masonic - 50 Year Button
  • Mayflower Hotel
  • Mc
  • McCloskey, Matthew H.
  • McCormack, John W. [includes documents added in 2011]
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • McCormick, Helen B.
  • McG
  • McGovern, George
  • Medical Information [2011 accretion]
  • Meet the Press
  • Memoirs [Requests/Lists]
      [1 of 2]
Box 31
      [2 of 2]
  • Memorial (Liberty) Rededication
  • Memorial (Liberty) Redeications [Clippings]
  • Meredith, James H.
  • Miller, Merle
  • Millin, Russell
  • Missouri Squires
  • Monroney, Mike
  • Murphy, Charles S.
  • N
Box 32
  • National Broadcasting Company
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • New York Central
  • Noyes, David
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Noyes, David - Harry S. Truman Center for the Advancement of Peace
  • Noyes, David - Trans World Airlines
  • Noyes, David - Travel Data
  • O
  • O'Connor, Martin
Box 33
  • Office Expenses
  • O'Mahoney, Joseph C.
  • Oxford Data
  • Oxford Society
  • P [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Passport [2011 accretion]
  • Pay TV
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Company
  • Pension Data - Presidential
  • People to People Program
  • Perlman, Philip B.
  • Political - Election of 1960
  • Political - Jackson County, Missouri
  • Political - Missouri 4th Congressional District
  • Pope Pius XII
  • Post Office - Grandview, Missouri
  • Post Office - Independence, Missouri
  • Potsdam Conference
  • Presidency - Article on the
  • Presidency - Data Concerning
  • Presidency - Former Presidents Addresses to the Senate
  • Presidency - President Truman’s Statement in Support of H.R. 7813
Box 34
  • Presidential Papers
  • Presidential Succession
  • Presidents' Rating
  • Proposition Offers
  • Proxmire, William
  • R
  • Radio - Television
  • Railroad - Thank You
  • Railway Labor Executives Association
  • Randall, William
  • Random House
  • Redding, John M.
  • Releases (Press)
  • Reuther, Walter P.
  • Rhee, Syngman
  • Ribicoff, Abraham
Box 35
  • Right to Work Laws
  • Robbins, Jhan and June
  • Rogers, Lindsay
  • Rogge, E.A.
  • Romulo, Carlos P.
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D. Memorial
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D. and Family
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D. Memorial
  • Rosenman, Samuel I. - Book Data (Hillman)
  • Rosenman, Samuel I. - Columbia Broadcasting System
Box 36
  • Rosenman, Samuel I. - Columbia University Press
  • Rosenman, Samuel I. - Dawson, Donald
  • Rosenman, Samuel I. - General
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Rosenman, Samuel I. - Heiskell and Hillman – 20th Century
  • Rosenman, Samuel I. - King Features Syndicate
  • Rosenman, Samuel I. - Life Data
  • Rosenman, Samuel I. - Politics
  • Rosenman, Samuel I. - Rosenman, Samuel and William Hillman
Box 37
  • Rosenman, Samuel I. - Trip Reports
  • Ross, Walter
  • Rusk, Dean
  • Russian Matters
  • S
  • Salary Increases - Federal Officials
  • Salinger, Pierre
  • Samples - Engraved Cards
  • Sands Floral Company
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Saturday Evening Post
  • Savin Business Machines Corporation
  • Schlesinger, Arthur J.
  • Schulz, Robert L.
  • Secret Service
  • Senate, U.S.
Box 38
  • Senators, U.S.
  • Sermon, William
  • Skelly Oil Company
  • Snyder, John W. - Correspondence, 1953-1960
  • Snyder, John W. - Correspondence, 1961-1962
  • Snyder, John W. - Correspondence, 1963-1967
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Sons of the American Revolution (Missouri)
  • Sorensen, Theodore
  • Sosland, Benjamin - Correspondence, 1953-1959
  • Sosland, Benjamin - Correspondence, 1960-1961
  • Sosland, Benjamin - Correspondence, 1962
Box 39
  • Sosland, Benjamin - Correspondence, 1963
  • Sosland, Benjamin - Correspondence, 1964
  • Sosland Press, Inc.
  • Souers, Sidney W.
  • Sound Scriber Data
  • Speeches - Miscellaneous
  • Sports Complex - Harry S. Truman
  • State Department - Foreign Policy Briefing
  • State Department - General
  • State Department - Lists
  • Stevenson, Adlai E.
  • Straus, Nathan
  • Strauss, Lewis L.
Box 40
  • Symington, Stuart - Administrative Assistant [Stanley R. Fike]
  • Symington, Stuart - General Correspondence
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • T [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Telephone
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Telephone Numbers [2011 accretion]
  • Television Series
  • Test Ban Treaty
Box 41
  • Thirty-Fifth Division - Contributions
  • Thirty-Fifth Division - General [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Thirty-Fifth Division - Statement
  • Trade Expansion Act
  • Trans World Airlines
  • Truman Home — 219 N. Delaware [2011 accretion]
  • Truman Speaks
  • Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Truman Presidency
  • Twenty-Second Amendment
  • Un-American Activities
  • United States Information Service
  • V
  • Vaughan, Harry H.
      [1 of 2]
Box 42
      [2 of 2]
  • W
  • Wabash Railroad
  • Wagner, Robert F.
  • Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
  • Westwood, Mike [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Williams, G. Mennen
  • Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
  • World Bank and International Monetary Fund
  • XYZ
  • Young, Stephen M.
Box 43
  • A
  • Abella, Bienvendido Z., M.D.
  • Acheson, Dean - Correspondence, 1953-1955
  • Acheson, Dean - Correspondence, 1956-1957
  • Acheson, Dean - Correspondence, 1958-1959
  • Acheson, Dean - Correspondence, 1960-1963 [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Acheson, Dean - Correspondence, 1964-1971
  • Acheson, Dean - Correspondence, Memoir Data
  • Acheson, Dean - Correspondence, Present at the Creation, 1969
Box 44
  • Adams Papers
  • Adams, Sherman
  • Adams, W. Howard
  • Adenauer, Konrad
  • Agnew, Spiro T.
  • AHEPA Data - Statue of Harry S. Truman
  • Alaska
  • Albert, Carl
  • Aleman, Miguel
  • Aleman, Miguel - Visit to Kansas City, January 5-6, 1963
  • Allen, George
  • Allis, Barney L.
  • American Cinema Editors - Award
  • American District Telegraph Company
  • American Legion [includes documents added in 2011]
  • American Legion - Suit Against Former President Harry S. Truman
  • American Magazine
  • American Weekly, 1953-1958
Box 45
  • American Weekly, 1958-1961
  • American Weekly, Articles
  • American Weekly, Work Papers
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Anderson, Clinton P.
  • Anderson, Elmer L.
  • Anderson, Eugenie
  • Angoff, Allan
  • Applications
  • Arnold, Thurman
  • Aronson, Robert L.
Box 46
  • Arrowsmith, George M.
  • Arthur, Chester A.
  • Arvey, Jacob A.
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Associated Press
  • Athenagoras I
  • Atlantic Monthly
  • Atomic Bomb
  • Atomic Bomb Data
  • Attlee, Clement R.
  • Austin, Warren R.
Box 47
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Autographs - Memoirs
  • Axtell, Enos
  • Ayers, Eben
  • BA-BE
  • Bacon, Charles L.
  • Bailey, James E.
  • Bailey, James E. - After Death of
  • Bailey, James E. - Correspondence
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 48
  • Bailey, James E. - Miscellaneous Data
  • Banister, T.H.
  • Banking and Currency Committee - U.S. Senate
  • Barkley, Alben W.
  • Barkofske, Frank L.
  • Barringer, Lewis T.
  • Bayh, Birch A.
  • Beaverbrook, Lord
  • Bell, David E.
  • Ben-Gurion, David
  • Bennett, Sir John Wheeler
  • Jack Benny
      [1 of 2]
Box 49
      [2 of 2]
  • Benson, Ernest H.
  • Benton Mural Data - Chief Justice Warren
  • Benton Mural Data - Library
  • Benton, Thomas Hart
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Benton, Thomas Hart - Foundation
  • Benton, William - 1953-1958
Box 50
  • Benton, William - 1958-1965
  • Benton, William - 1966-1973
  • Benton, William - Publications
  • Benton, William - Speeches and Articles
  • Bessie, Simon M.
  • Bez, Nick
  • BI-BL
  • Biddle, Francis
  • Biddle, George
Box 51
  • Biffle, Leslie
  • Bigus, Isadore
  • Blair, James T.
  • Bland, Theodoric C.
  • Blaustein, Jacob
  • BO [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Bohemian Grove
  • Bohlen, Charles B.
  • Bolling, Richard
      [1 of 2]
Box 52
      [2 of 2]
  • Bolling-Press Releases
  • Bomb Data
  • Bonnet, Henri
  • Book Data
  • Book Valuation
  • Bowers, Claude G.
  • Bowles, Chester - 1953-1956
  • Bowles, Chester - 1957-1959
  • Bowles, Chester - 1960-1974
  • Bowman, Fred J.
Box 53
  • Boykin, Frank W.
  • Boyle, William M.
  • Boyle, Bernard J.
  • BR
  • Bradley, Omar N.
  • Brannan, Charles F. - 1953-1955
  • Brannan, Charles F. - 1956-1959
  • Brannan, Charles F. - 1960-1973
  • Brannon, Bernard C.
  • Branton, W. Coleman and Family
Box 54
  • Brazil
  • Brewood Printers
  • British
  • Brod, Stephen
  • Brooks, Philip C.
  • Brooks, Philip C. - Trip to Europe
  • Brooks, Philip C. - Truman Library Memos
  • Brown, Charles H.
  • Bruce, James
  • Bruner, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
  • BU
  • Bull Shoals Dam
  • Bundesen, Herman N.
Box 55
  • Bundschu, Henry A.
  • Burke, Arleigh
  • Busch, August A. (Gussie)
  • Busch, Hilary A.
  • Byrd, Harry F. [includes documents added in 2011]
  • CA
  • Calendar Data
  • Canada - Cuban Missile Crisis
  • Canada - Louis S. St. Laurent
  • Canaday, Ward M.
  • Cannon, Clarence
  • Capitol Data - Washington, D.C.
  • Capitol (Washington, D.C.) Statement
  • Carroll, John A.
  • Caudle, T. Lamar
  • Cemetery and Monuments
  • Cerebral Palsy - Dr. Robert E. Bruner
      [1 of 2]
Box 56
      [2 of 2]
  • CH
  • Chandler, Albert B.
  • Chapman, Oscar
  • Chavez, Dennis
  • Chelf, Frank
  • Cherne, Leo
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
  • Chicago Sun Times - General
  • Chicago Sun Times - Herb Graffis
  • Chicago Sun Times - Irv Kupcinet
Box 57
  • Chicago Sun Times - Russell Stewart
  • Childs, Marquis
  • Chiles, Henry C. and John
  • China
  • Ching, Cyrus S.
  • Christopher, George H.
  • Churchill, Winston S. – 1953-1956
  • Churchill, Winston S. – 1957-1959
  • Churchill, Winston S. – 1960-1965
  • Churchill, Winston S. – Death Of, 1965
  • Churchill, Winston S. - Foundation
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Churchill, Winston S. - General Correspondence [Personal, 1960-1965]
Box 58
  • Churchill, Winston S. – Iron Curtain Speech
  • Churchill, Winston S. – Memorial, Fulton, Missouri
  • Churchill, Winston S. – Printed Material
  • Civil Defense — Self-Protection Plan, Harry S. Truman Library [2011 accretion]
  • Civil Service Data
  • Civil Service Forms
  • Civil Service Postage Data
  • Clark, John D.
  • Clark, Joseph S.
  • Clark, Mark W.
  • Clark, Tom C.
  • Clay, Stanley
  • Clayton, William L.
Box 59
  • Clement, Frank
  • Clements, Earle C.
  • Clifford, Clark M.
  • CO
  • Cohen, Benjamin V.
  • Collett, Caskie
  • Collier's
  • Collins, LeRoy
  • Collinson, T. Hall
  • Compton, Arthur H.
  • Condon, E.U.
  • Condon, Edward V.
  • Conference (Press) – Truman Library July 2, 1960
  • Conference (Press) – Truman Library July 2, 1960 [Letters Re]
Box 60
  • Connelly, Matthew J.
  • Connelly, Matthew J. – Testimonial Dinner
  • Connelly, Matthew J. – Trial
  • Considine, Bob
  • Convention 1960 – Data
  • Convention 1960 – Invitations
  • Convention 1960 – Miscellaneous
  • Convention 1960 – Press Coverage
  • Coronation – Queen Elizabeth II
  • Coronet
  • CR
  • Craig, May
  • Curley, James George and James M.
  • Curry, Charles E. and Charles F.
Box 61
  • DA
  • Dancy, Keith W.
  • Daniels, Jonathan
  • Davies, Joseph
  • Davis, Blevins
  • Davis, Elmer
  • Dawson, Donald S. - 1953-1956
  • Dawson, Donald S. – 1957-1958
  • Dawson, Donald S. – 1959-1961
Box 62
  • Dawson, Donald S. - 1962-1973
  • Dean, Gordon
  • Delamo, William A.
  • Democratic National Committee – John M. Bailey
  • Democratic National Committee – Jack Brown
  • Democratic National Committee – Paul Butler
  • Democratic National Committee – Convention Site
  • Democratic National Committee – Contributions
  • Democratic National Committee – General
  • Democratic National Committee – Invitations
  • Democratic National Committee – Henry M. Jackson
Box 63
  • Democratic National Committee – List of Officers and Committees
  • Democratic National Committee – Meetings
  • Democratic National Committee – National Capitol Democratic Club
  • Democratic National Committee – Pamphlets
  • Democratic National Committee – Platforms
  • Democratic National Committee – Margaret Price
  • Democratic National Committee – 750 Club
  • Democratic National Convention – 1964
  • Democratic National Convention – 1968
  • Democratic National Convention – 1972
  • Dennison, Robert L.
  • Deramus, W. N.
  • DeSapio, Carmine G.
  • Dewey, Thomas
  • Dictaphone Corporation
  • DiSalle, Michael V.
Box 64
  • DO
  • Docking, George
  • Dodd, Thomas J.
  • Donaldson, Jesse M.
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Donnelly, Phil M.
  • Donohue, Donald D.
  • Donohue, F. Joseph
  • Dorsey, John H.
  • Doubleday & Company, Inc. – 1953-1954
Box 65
  • Doubleday & Company, Inc. – 1955
  • Doubleday & Company, Inc. – 1956-1961
  • Doubleday & Company, Inc. – 1961-1969
  • Dryden, William J.
  • Dubinsky, David
  • Ducournau, J. A.
  • Dulles, Allen W.
  • Dulles, John F.
  • Duncan, Richard M.
  • Durante, Jimmy
Box 66
  • Dutch Treat Club
  • E
  • Easley, Harry
  • Eaton, Cyrus
  • Ecuador
  • Edelstein, David M.
  • Eden, Anthony
  • Edwards, India
  • Egan, Edward E.
  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. – Pension Data
  • Elath, Eliahu
  • Elizabeth II, Queen
  • Elsey, George
  • Employees in Washington, D.C.
  • Engle, Clair
  • Esquire
Box 67
  • Evans, M.R. – 1953-1961
  • Evans, M.R. – 1962-1966
  • Evans, M.R. – 1967-1969
  • Evans, M.R. – 1970-1973
  • Evans, Silliman
  • Ewing, Oscar
  • Expense Account Data
  • Eyssell, G.S.
  • FA
  • Fairbanks, Douglas
Box 68
  • Farley, James A. – 1953-1958
  • Farley, James A. – 1959-1960
  • Farley, James A. – 1961-1973
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Farrar, Straus & Cudahy, Inc.
  • FBI Data
  • Feis, Herbert
  • FHA Loans
  • Fillmore, Millard [2011 Accretion]
  • Finkelstein, Louis
  • Fitzpatrick, David R.
  • Fitzpatrick, Paul E.
  • Fleeson, Doris
Box 69
  • Flood, Daniel J.
  • Flood Data
  • FO
  • Focus
  • Folliard, Eddie
  • Folsom, James E.
  • Ford, Gerald R.
  • Ford Foundation
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Foreign Correspondence
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 70
  • Foreign Policy
  • Forrestal, James V.
  • Fourth of July
  • Fowler, Henry H.
  • France
  • Francisco, William and Family
  • Franklin, Benjamin
  • Freeman, Margaret Ann
  • Fritchey, Clayton
  • Frontier
  • Frye, Jack
  • Fulbright, J. William
  • Fulton, Hugh
  • Fulton, James G.
  • Furcolo, Foster
  • Fyke Farmer Data
Box 71
  • GA-GI [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Gage, John B.
  • Gardner, Erle Stanley
  • Gardner, Hy
  • Gardner, O. Max (Family)
  • Garner, John
  • Gary, Raymond
  • Gavin, Thomas J.
  • General Services Administration
  • Gentry, Alonzo
  • Germany Correspondence
  • Gertz, Elmer
  • Gilmore, Robert M.
Box 72
  • GL-GU
  • Glenn, Frank
  • Goldberg, Arthur J.
  • Goldberg, Max
  • Goldman, Fred
  • Goldman, George
  • Goldman Jewelry
  • Goldwater, Barry
  • Good Housekeeping
  • Gore, Albert
  • Gore, Leroy
  • Grady, Henry F.
  • Graham, Frank P.
  • Graham, James W.
Box 73
  • Graham, Wallace
  • Granoff, A.J. & Loeb
  • Gray, Georgia Neese
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Gray, Gordon
  • Greece
      [1 of 2]
Box 74
      [2 of 2]
  • Greek Archdiocese of New York – Archbishop Iakovos
  • Greek Helmet Data
  • Greek Memorial
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Green, Felix
  • Green, Theodore F.
  • Greenfield, Albert M.
  • Gremley, William H.
  • Gridiron Club
  • Griffis, Stanton
  • Grolier Society
  • Gruening, Ernest
Box 75
  • HA
  • Haile Selassie [2011 Accretion]
  • Hall, Leonard W.
  • Hammarskjold, Dag
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Ham
  • Hamburger, Phillip
  • Hamlin, Roy
  • Hannegan, Mrs. Robert E. [2011 Accretion]
  • Hanrahan, Edward M.
  • Harding, Warren G. [2011 Accretion]
  • Harper, Roy W.
  • Harper & Brothers
  • Harriman, W. Averell – 1953-1957
Box 76
  • Harriman, W. Averell – 1958-1972
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Harrington, Cornelius J.
  • Harris, Robert E. G.
  • Hartke, Vance
  • Harvey, Leo M.
  • Hatch, Carl A.
  • Hassett, William D.
  • Hats
  • Hayden, Carl A.
  • Hayes, Rutherford B.
  • Hays, Brooks
Box 77
  • HE
  • Hearnes, Warren E.
  • Hearnes, Warren E. – Inauguration as Governor of Missouri
  • Hearst Corporation
  • Heller, Francis M.
  • Helm, Mrs. James M.
  • Hennings, Thomas C.
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Hennock, Frieda B.
Box 78
  • Hildreth, Melvin D.
  • Hill, Delmas C.
  • Hill, Lister
  • Hillman, William – Articles
  • Hillman, William – 1953-1957
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Hillman, William – Money Data
  • Hinde, Edgar G.
  • Hiroshima – Correspondence Concerning
  • Hiss Case
  • HO
Box 79
  • Hodges, Frank
  • Hodges, Luther M.
  • Hoffman, Paul G.
  • Holifield, Chester
  • Holiday
  • Holland, Albert E.
  • Holland, Lou E.
  • Holloran, Mark R.
  • Holloway, W.A.
  • Hoover, J. Edgar
  • Hope, Bob
  • Horton, John E.
  • Hospital Data
  • Hospitalization [2011 Accretion]
  • Hotel
  • House Bills
  • HU
  • Hull, Cordell
Box 80
  • Hull, William R.
  • Hume, Paul
  • Hungary
  • I
  • Inauguration – 20th Anniversary of Harry S. Truman as President
  • India
  • Interest Rate - A-H
  • Interest Rate - I-Q
  • Interest Rate - R-Z
  • Interest Rate - General
  • Interest Rate – Leopold, Joseph H.
Box 81
  • International Business Machines, Inc.
  • Israel
  • Israel – Truman Dinner, Kansas City, Missouri December, 1961
  • Italy
  • Iturbi, Jose
  • Iturbi, Jose – Concert (Truman Library) March 30, 1963
  • J
  • Jackson, Andrew
  • Jackson, Andrew – Will (copy)
  • Jackson, Robert H.
  • Jackson County General Election – November 8, 1960
Box 82
  • Jackson County Historical Society – Jail
  • Jacobson, Edward
  • Eddie Jacobson Memorial Foundation
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Eddie Jacobson Memorial Dinner – 1958
  • Japan
  • Jefferson, Thomas
Box 83
  • Jessee, Randall
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Jessee, Randall – Telestar Data
  • Jessell, George
  • Jobes, Harry C.
  • Johnson, Andrew
  • Johnson, Edwin C.
  • Johnson, J.M.
  • Johnson, Louis – 1953-1960
  • Johnson, Louis – 1960-1966
  • Johnston, Felton M.
  • Johnston, Olin D.
  • Jones, Joseph M.
Box 84
  • KA
  • Kaltenborn, H. V.
  • Kane, John
  • Keech, Richmond B.
  • Kefauver, Estes
  • Kefauver, Estes – XII Amendment
  • Keller, K. T.
  • Kennedy, John F.
  • Kennedy, John F. – Press Clippings
  • Ketcham, William M.
  • Key West
  • Keyserling, Leon
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
Box 85
  • Kilgore, Harley
  • Killion, George
  • Kimball, Daniel A.
  • Kimball, Daniel A. – Fundraising Plan
  • Kirwan, Michael J.
  • KL
  • Klutznick, Philip M.
  • Knowland, William F.
  • Korea – Choi, Chi Whan
  • Korea Data
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 86
  • Korean Cultural Foundation
  • Kronheim, Milton S.
  • Kurt, Margaret Ann [2011 Accretion]
  • LA
  • Labor - AFL
  • Labor – CIO
  • Labor – General
  • Lamar Data
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Land, Frank
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 87
  • Landry, Robert B.
  • Langer, William
  • Larson, Jess
  • Lawler, Joseph J.
  • Lawrence, David L.
  • Lawrence, William
  • Law Review
  • Lawton, Frederick J.
  • LE
  • Legislation
  • Leader, George
  • Leahy, William D.
  • Lee, Richard C.
  • Leigh, W. Colston
  • Letters – Miscellaneous
  • Leva, Marx
  • Levinson, Benjamin
      [1 of 2]
Box 88
      [2 of 2]
  • LI
  • Lie, Trygve
  • Life-Time – Contract Data
  • Life-Time – Correspondence
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Life-Time – Article Photographs
  • Life-Time – Comments and Quotes
  • Life-Time – Foreign Data
  • Life-Time – Corrections in Memoirs
Box 89
  • Life-Time – Outline Data
  • Life-Time – Release of Memoirs
  • Life-Time – St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • Lilienthal, David E.
  • Lincoln, Abraham – Autograph Memo Signed to Secretary of State
  • Lincoln, Abraham
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Lingo Family
  • List, Eugene
  • List – Lithographed Letters Mailed
  • Little, Brown & Company
  • Lloyd, David D.
      [1 of 4]
Box 90
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Lloyd, David D. – Memorial
  • Lloyd, David D. – Contributions
  • LO
  • Locke, Edwin
  • London Daily Express
  • Longhand Notes [2011 Accretions]
  • Look Magazine
      [1 of 2]
Box 91
      [2 of 2]
  • Look Magazine – “Don’t Tamper with the Presidency”
  • Look Magazine – Letters Concerning Article
  • Louchheim, Katie
  • Loveless, Herschel C.
  • Lovett, Robert A.
  • Lowenthal, Max
  • Lucas, Scott W.
Box 92
  • Luce, Clare Booth
  • Luce, Henry R.
  • Lyons, Leonard
  • Mc
  • McCahey, James B.
  • McCall's
  • McCarthy, Eugene J.
  • McCarthy, Joseph R.
  • McCarthy, William T.
  • McCloy, John J.
  • McCone, John A.
  • McDonald, David G.
  • McDonald, Harry A.
  • McDonald, James G.
  • McFaddin, Edward F.
  • McFarland, Ernest W.
  • McGee, Joseph J.
Box 93
  • McGovern, George
  • McGranery, James P.
  • McGrath, Earl J.
  • McGrath, J. Howard
  • McGraw-Hill Book Company Incorporated
  • McHale, Frank M.
  • McKim, Edward D.
  • McKinney, Frank E.
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 94
  • McLean, A. N.
  • McMath, Sidney
  • McNaughton, Frank
  • McSween, Donald M.
  • MA
  • MacArthur, Douglas
  • MacArthur, Douglas – Death of
  • MacArthur, Douglas – Truman Statement Concerning Rank
  • Mahoney, Florence
  • Mann, Frederic R.
Box 95
  • Mansfield, Mike
  • Map Data
  • Mara, C. J.
  • March of Dimes
  • Marks, Theodore
  • Marquis, George
  • Marshall, George
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Marshall, George C. – Funeral
  • Marshall, George C. – George C. Marshall Medal
  • Marshall, George C. – Library Dedication
  • Marshall, George C. – Marshall Plan
Box 96
  • Marshall, George C. – Research Foundation
  • Mason, Lowell B.
  • Massman, Henry J.
  • Matrix Data
  • Maverick, Maury
  • Meany, George
  • ME-MI
  • Meigs, Merrill C.
  • Memoir Data
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Messall, Victor
Box 97
  • Mesta, Perle
  • Mexico
  • Meyer, Mrs. Eugene
  • Meyner, Robert B.
  • Middle East
  • Miller, Jo Zach
  • Miller, Watson B.
  • Millin, F. Russell
  • Minton, Sherman
  • Mississippi River Data
  • Missouri Basin Development Program
  • Missouri Battleship
Box 98
  • Missouri Battleship Clippings
  • Missouri Historical Plan
  • Missouri Pacific Lines
  • Mitchell, Stephen A.
  • MO-MU
  • Mongan, John S.
  • Monroe, James
  • More, Jake
  • Morgan, George H.
  • Morrison, Frederick W.
  • Morse, Wayne – 1953-1958
  • Morse, Wayne – 1959-1961
  • Morse, Wayne – 1962-1964
  • Moseley, Raymond F.
Box 99
  • Moses, Grandma
  • Moses, Robert
  • Moulder, Morgan
  • Mox, William
  • Murdock, Abraham
  • Murphy, Charles – Bulletins
  • Murphy, Charles – 1953-1954
  • Murphy, Charles – 1955-1956
  • Murphy, Charles – 1957-1958
  • Murphy, Charles – 1959-1973
  • Murphy, Franklin D. – California
  • Murphy, Franklin D. – Kansas
Box 100
  • Murphy, Frederick P.
  • Murray, James E.
  • Murray, Thomas E.
  • Murrow, Edward R.
  • Murrow, Edward R. – CBS – Rosenman
  • Murrow, Edward R. – General
  • Murrow, Edward R. – Letters Acknowledged
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 101
  • Murrow, Edward R. – “From Precinct to President”
  • Murrow, Edward R. – Letters not Acknowledged
  • Murrow, Edward R. – “Precinct to President” Unfavorable
  • Murrow, Edward R. – Truman-Attlee Interview
  • Murrow, Edward R. – U.S. Information Agency
  • Muskie, Edmund S.
  • Mutual Broadcasting Company
  • Myers, Walter
  • N
  • Nachtman, Paul
  • Nacy, Richard R.
  • Nangle, John
  • Nash, Philleo – 1953-1959
  • Nash, Philleo – 1960-1969
  • National Catholic Youth
  • National Cultural Center
  • National Education Association
  • National Theater
  • NATO
Box 102
  • National Old Trails Road Association
  • Nehru, Jawaharlal
  • Neuberger, Richard L.
  • Neustadt, Richard E. – 1953-1955
  • Neustadt, Richard E. – 1956-1959
  • Neustadt, Richard E. – 1960-1972
  • New Republic
  • Newsweek
  • New York Herald Tribune
  • New York Post
  • New York Times
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Nicholson, Henry J.
  • Nigro, D. M.
Box 103
  • Niles, Raymond
  • Nimitz, Chester W.
  • Nixon, Richard M. – Administration
  • Nixon, Richard M. – Copies of letters sent to
  • Nixon, Richard M. – General Correspondence
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Nixon, Richard M. – Inauguration
  • Nixon, Richard M. – Melvin Laird
  • Nixon, Robert G.
  • Nourse, James B.
  • Noyes, David M.
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • O
Box 104
  • O’Connor, Basil
  • O’Dwyer, Paul
  • Offers – TV/Radio
  • Office Data
  • Office Space
  • Official Guide
  • PA
  • Pace, Frank
  • Pakistan
  • Palmer, Dwight
  • Palmer, Mrs. W. L. C.
  • Pandit, Mrs. Vijaya
  • Parker Pen Company
  • Parkinson Disease
  • Pass Data
  • Patman, Wright
  • Patterson, N.T.
  • Patton, James G. – 1953-1960
Box 105
  • Patton, James G. – 1961-1972
  • Pauley, Edwin W. – 1953-1956
  • Pauley, Edwin W. – 1957-1958
  • Pauley, Edwin W. – 1959-1961
  • Pauley, Edwin W. – 1962-1973
  • Pauley, Edwin W. – General
  • Pearson, Drew
  • Pell, Claiborne
  • Pendergast, James M. [2011 accretion]
  • Pepper, Claude
Box 106
  • Perkins, Frances
  • Perlman, Philip B.
  • Perlmeter, Irving
  • Peters, Mize
  • Petrovic, Alex M.
  • Phelps, Phelps
  • Phillips, Hunter
  • Philharmonic - Kansas City
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • PI-PR
  • Piano Data
  • Pick, Lewis A.
  • Pierce, Franklin
  • Platform Data
Box 107
  • Point IV
  • Police
  • Poling, Daniel A.
  • Polk, James K.
  • Pope Data
  • Post Office
  • Powell, John W. – Case Data
  • Power, Thomas S.
  • Prendergast, Michael J.
  • Presidential – Art Medals
  • Presidential – Documents
  • Presidential – Historical File
  • Presidential – Papers
  • Presidential – Papers, Library of New York City
  • President’s Pictures
  • President’s Public Papers
  • Price, Melvin
Box 108
  • Printers Ink
  • Production Reports – Howard M. Jones
  • Proposals and Propositions
  • Pruden, Edward H.
  • Puerto Rico
  • Q
  • RA-RK
  • Radford, William
  • Rao, Paul P.
  • Rayburn, Sam – 1954-1961
Box 109
  • Rayburn, Sam – Funeral 1961
  • Rayburn, Sam – General
  • Rayburn, Sam – "Mr. Sam"
  • Rayburn, Sam – Scholarship
  • Readers Digest
  • Receipts and Expenditures of the U.S. Government
  • Recordings and Films
  • Red Cross
  • Regan, Phil
  • Renfrow, Louis H.
  • The Reporter
Box 110
  • Research Hospital
  • Research Institute – Leo Cherne
  • Resolutions
  • Reserve Officers Association
  • Reuther, Walter
  • Ridge, Albert A.
  • Ridgway, Matthew B.
  • Riss and Company
  • River Data
  • RO
  • Roberts, Roy
  • Roberts, Sam
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Box 111
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A. – Report on International Security
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Rockefeller, Nelson A. – State Council Report on Nuclear Fallout
  • Rosenberg, Anna M.
  • Royall, Kenneth C.
  • Rusk, Howard A.
  • Russell, Richard B.
  • Russia
  • Ryan, Oswald
  • SA
  • Sachs, Alex
  • Safety – Auto and Pedestrian
Box 112
  • St. Lawrence Seaway
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • St. Louis Globe Democrat
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch – 1953-1954
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch – 1955-1967
  • Salomon, Sidney
  • Saturday Evening Post – 1964
  • Saturday Review
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
Box 113
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Sawyer, Charles
  • SC
  • Scarritt, Nathan
  • Schary, Dore
  • Schenck, Martin
  • Schindler, Alfred
  • Schlesinger, Arthur
  • Schwimmer, Harry I.
  • Scott, W. Kerr
  • Scripps-Howard
  • SE-SI
  • Sevareid, Eric
  • Shaw, Mary
  • Sheehy, Maurice S.
Box 114
  • Sheil, Bernard J.
  • Short, Beth
  • Simon & Schuster
  • Sinclair, Upton
  • SM
  • Smathers, George
  • Smith, Alfred E.
  • Smith, Bryce B.
  • Smith, Walter Bedell
  • Snollygoster
  • Sorenson, Theodore C.
  • Sparkman, John J.
  • Spear, Harvey
  • Spence, Brent
  • Spingarn, Stephen J.
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
Box 115
      [3 of 3]
  • Spottswood, John M.
  • ST
  • Stacks
  • Stacks Coin Collection
  • Steelman, John R. – 1953
  • Steelman, John R. – 1954-1960
  • Steelman, John R. – 1967-1973
Box 116
  • Stephens, Joseph F.
  • Stevenson, Adlai E.
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Stevenson, Adlai E. – U.N. Ambassador
  • Stevenson, Adlai E. – Memorials
  • Stevenson, Charles S.
  • Stimson, Henry L.
  • Stokes, Tom
  • Stone, Martin
  • Stories
  • Stowe, David H.
  • Strickler, Thomas J.
  • SU
  • Sullivan, John L.
  • Symington, Stuart
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
Box 117
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Symington, Stuart – Campaign
  • Symington, Stuart – Political
  • TA-TI
  • Taft, Robert
  • Talge, Henry J.
  • Talge, Henry J. – Birthday party 1960
  • Talge, Henry J. – Birthday party 1961
  • Talge, Henry J. – Birthday party 1962
  • Talge, Henry J. – Birthday party 1963
  • Talge, Henry J. – 1953-1958
  • Talge, Henry J. – 1959-1960
Box 118
  • Talge, Henry J. – 1961-1973
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Talge, Henry J. – Reports
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Taylor, Myron C.
  • Taylor, Preston C.
  • Taylor, Telford
  • Television and Radio Data
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Thermo-fax Data
Box 119
  • 35th Division – Memorial Room
  • 35th Division – Presentation of 75mm Field Piece
  • 35th Division – General
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 35th Division – Realignment
  • This I Believe
  • This Week Magazine
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Thomas, Norman
  • Thurman, Samuel
  • Tiernan, L. Curtis
Box 120
  • TJ-TY
  • Tobin, Maurice
  • Torah Data
  • Town Hall, Inc.
  • Truman Award Dinner: Lucius Clay Dec. 13,1964
  • Truman Award Dinner: Hubert Humphrey Dec. 18, 1965
  • Truman Award Dinner: Israel Bond Committee
  • Truman Award Dinner: Edmund Muskie Dec. 13, 1970
  • Truman Award Dinner: Dr. Jonas E. Salk Dec. 18, 1966
  • Tubby, Roger – 1953-1956
  • Tubby, Roger – 1957-1959
  • Tubby, Roger – 1960-1974
  • Tucker, Raymond R.
  • Turkey
  • Twain, Mark
  • Tyler, John
  • U
Box 121
  • United Nations – 1953-1954
  • United Nations – 1955-1960
  • United Nations – 1961-1971
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • United Nations Association of the United States of America
  • United Nations – Conference February 18-20, 1965
  • United Nations – Data
  • United Press
  • V
  • Vatican Library
  • Vaccaro, Ernest B. "Tony"
  • Vaughan, Harry H. – 1953-1956
      [1 of 2]
Box 122
      [2 of 2]
  • Vaughan, Harry H. – 1957-1959
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Vaughan, Harry H. – 1960-1961
  • Vaughan, Harry H. – 1962
  • Vaughan, Harry H. – 1963-1965
Box 123
  • Veatch, N.T.
  • Venezuela
  • Vice President
  • Vietnam Data
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Vietnam – Support for Administration Policy (Citizen Committee)
  • Vietnam – Truman Statement on, March 20, 1967
  • Vile, Hy
  • Vinson, Fred M.
  • Virgin Islands
  • WA
  • Walker, Frank C.
  • Wallgren, Mon C.
  • Walsh, Jerome
Box 124
  • Warren, Earl
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Warren, Henri L.
  • Warren, W. H.
  • Washington, George
  • Washington Post
  • Watson, Felthan
  • WE
  • Weather Service
  • Weatherford, Robert P.
  • Webb, James E.
  • Weinberg, Benjamin
  • Weizman, Chaim
  • Wells Family, W. Gates [2011 accretion]
  • Welsh, Matthew E.
  • West Point [2011 accretion]
  • Western Union – Copies of wires sent 1955-1963
      [1 of 2]
Box 125
      [2 of 2]
  • Western Union – Copies of wires sent 1964-1973
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • WH
  • Wheeler, Burton K.
  • Wheeler, John N.
  • Whitehair, Francis P.
  • White House – Data
  • White House – History
      [1 of 2]
Box 126
      [2 of 2]
  • Who’s Who
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • WI-WY
  • Wicker, John J.
  • Williams, Harrison A.
  • Williams, James L.
  • Williams, Ransome J.
  • Williamsburg (Colonial)
  • Williamson, Hugh P.
  • Wilson, A. Reed
  • Wilson, Woodrow – Booklets
  • Wilson, Woodrow – Commission
  • Wilson, Woodrow – Foundation
  • Wilson, Woodrow – International Center for Scholars
Box 127
  • Wilson, Woodrow – Miscellaneous
  • Wisconsin Industrial Union Council
  • Woods, Ed – St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • Wooton, Paul
  • World Book Encyclopedia
  • World Peace and Security
  • Woodward, Stanley
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • World’s Fair
  • World’s Fair – New York, 1964 – Board of Directors Agenda, Minutes, etc. 1963-1965
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
Box 128
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
  • Wyatt, Wilson W.
  • Y
  • Yarborough, Ralph W.
  • Yeh, George K.C.
  • Young, John I.
  • Youth Wants to Know – TV – Radio
  • Z
  • Zobrist, Benedict K.
    GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1953-72
Box 129
  • Aa – Aba
  • Abb – "Abel"
  • Abela – Abo
  • Abelman, Max
  • Abernathy, Maurine Howard
  • Abr – Abz
  • Ac - Acz
  • Ad – Admo
  • Adams
      [1 of 2]
Box 130
      [2 of 2]
  • Adams, Bob E.
  • Adams, John B.
  • Adamsa – Adkir
  • Addressograph-Multigraph Corp.
  • Adkis – Adz
  • Ae – Agz
  • Africa
  • Agriculture – 1958-1963
Box 131
  • Agriculture – 1964-1971
  • Ah – Air
  • Airlines
  • Airport Dedication – President Truman
  • Ait – Akz
  • Ala – Alcz
  • Ald – Alexander (A-F)
  • Alexander (G-Z)
Box 132
  • Alexandr – Alford
  • Alfalfa Club
  • Alfr – Alkz
  • Alla – Allen, A-H
  • Allen, I - Allender
  • Alleo – Alrz
  • Alsa - Alz
Box 133
  • Am – America
  • Amberg, Richard H.
  • American – A-B
  • American – C-D
  • American – E-F
  • American – G-H
  • American – I-L
  • American – M-Q
Box 134
  • American – R-S
  • American – T-Z
  • American Federation of Television and Radio Artists
  • American Legion – 1953-1957
  • American Legion – 1958-1964
  • American Legion – 1965-1968
  • American Legion – 1969-1972
  • American Medical Association
  • American Political Science Association
  • American Royal Data
Box 135
  • Americans – AMZ
  • Americans for Democratic Action
  • AMVETS
  • Ana – Anders
  • Anderson – A-H
  • Anderson – I-Q
  • Anderson – R-Z
Box 136
  • Andert – Andrews
  • Andrews, Robert Armstrong
  • Andrews, Russell P.
  • Andrh – Ang
  • Anich – Anz
  • Ao – Aq
  • Applications for Jobs
  • Ar – Arf
  • Ararat Shrine
Box 137
  • Arg – "Arms"
  • Argentina
  • Arkansas
  • Arkansas: Governor Faubus and the Integration Issue
  • Armstrong – Armz
  • Arn – Arnz
  • Arnold
  • Arnold, Stanley – 1957-1958
Box 138
  • Arnold, Stanley – 1959-1960
  • Arnold, Stanley – 1961-1962
  • Arnold, Stanley – 1963
  • Arnold, Stanley – 1964-1969
  • Arnold, Stanley – 1970-1972
  • Aro – Arz
  • Arrington, John S.
  • Arrow Rock
  • Article – Saul Pett, August 27, 1961
  • Asa - Asg
Box 139
  • Ash
  • Asi - Asz
  • Asia
  • Associated Press
  • Astronauts Data
  • At – Atk
  • Atl – Atz
  • Atlantic Union
  • Atlantic Unity – 1953-1959
Box 140
  • Atlantic Unity – 1960s
  • Au – Auss
  • Auctions – Requests For Items (Answered)
  • Auctions – Requests For Items (Unanswered)
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Aust – Auz
  • Australia
Box 141
  • Austria
  • Authors Guild, Inc. & Authors League Fund
  • Autograph – Foreign
  • Autographing Data
  • Av- Aw
  • Awards
  • Ax-Az
  • Ba-Badz
  • Bae - Bah
Box 142
  • Bai-Bail
  • Bailey, Edward W.
  • Baim-Bakd
  • Baird’s – 1954-1958
  • Baird’s – 1959-1973
  • Baker, A-H
  • Baker, I-Z
Box 143
  • Bakery – Balk
  • Baldwin Piano Company
  • Ball-Ballz
  • Balm-Balz
  • Bam-Banks
  • Banm-Baptist
  • Baptist Fire
  • Baptist Memorial Hospital
Box 144
  • Bar-Bard
  • Bare-Barkez
  • Barker, Honorable John T.
  • Barkf-Barner
  • Barkley, Mr. and Mrs. David
  • Barnes-Barnett
Box 145
  • Barnethu-Barno
  • Baro-Barrh
  • Barri-Barry
  • Barry, Frank M.
  • Bars-Bartz
  • Barto-Barz
  • Basa-Baso
  • Baseball – Athletics, Blues, Royals – Kansas City
Box 146
  • Baseball – Invitations
  • Baseball – Passes
  • Baseball – Missouri Invitations
  • Baseball – St. Louis Cardinals
  • Bass – Basz
  • Bata – Bats
  • Batt – Batz
  • Batton, David
  • Battery "D"
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
Box 147
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Bau – Baumgarth
  • Bauer, Sheila
  • Baum, Abraham
  • Baumgartner – Baz
  • Bayern, Dr. Herman A.
  • Bea – Beam
Box 148
  • Beaman – Beasley
  • Beason – Beaz
  • Beb – Beckeo
  • Bebee, Jo Allen
  • Becker
  • Beckera – Bed
Box 149
  • Bee – Beel
  • Beem – Bef
  • Beg – Bek
  • Bela – Belkz
  • Belgium
  • Bell
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Bella – Belz
  • Bem – Beng
      [1 of 2]
Box 150
      [2 of 2]
  • Benh – Benm
  • Benn – Bennett
  • Bennett, Charles E.
  • Benning – Benson
  • Bent – Benz
  • Beo – Berf
  • Berg – Berger - A-Q
Box 151
  • Berger - R-Z – Berh
  • Beri – Beck
  • Berkowitz, Walter
  • Berl – Berliner
  • Berm – Bems
  • Bernays, Edward
  • Bernstein
  • Berr – Berry
Box 152
  • Berrya – Berz
  • Bes – Bet
  • Beu - Bhaiandiwala
  • Bia – Bib
  • Bible Data
  • Bic - Bif
  • Big – Billr
  • Bills – Bim
Box 153
  • Bills – Congressional
  • Bin – Big
  • Bira – Birz
  • Birch Society
  • Birmingham Church
  • Birthday – HST Misc. Programs
  • Bis – Biz
  • BJ – Black
Box 154
  • Blacka – Blackz
  • Blad – Blam
  • Blan – Blans
  • Blant – Blaz
  • Ble – Bli
Box 155
  • Blo – Block
  • Blod – Blot
  • Blou – Bluh
  • Blum – B’nai B’rith
  • Boa – Bodz
  • Boe – Bog
Box 156
  • Boh – Bok
  • Bol – Bolm
  • Bolivar, Missouri
  • Bols – Bolz
  • Bona – Bonf
  • Bong – Bonz
  • Boo – Boond
Box 157
  • Boone
  • Boor – Bop
  • Bora – Borm
  • Born – Borz
  • Borough Plan – St. Louis, MO
  • Bos – Boston
  • Bostrom – Bosworth
Box 158
  • Bothwell – Boul
  • Bot - Bov
  • Bow – Bowers, Harry
  • Bowers, J. – Bowlen
  • Bowler – Bowz
  • Box – Boyden
Box 159
  • Boyer – Boyn
  • Boys – Boz
  • Boy Scouts – 1968 – 1973
  • Boy Scouts – 1953 – 1967
  • Bra – Brack
  • Brad – Bradley, Elmer
  • Bradley, Frank – Bradley, William
Box 160
  • Bradm – Bradz
  • Braf – Branch
  • Brand – Brandon
  • Brandon, Dr. W. L.
  • Brandt – Bras
  • Brats – Braz
  • Braverman, Marvin
Box 161
  • Bray, William
  • Brazil
  • Brea – Breger
  • Bregman – Bremerton
  • Bren – Brenner, J.H.
  • Brenner, Robert – Brets
  • Breu – Brez
Box 162
  • Briand – Bridg
  • Bridwell – Bright
  • Briggs, Frank
  • Brightman – Brill
  • Brim – Brister
  • Bristol – Briz
  • Broa – Broc
Box 163
  • Brod – Brody
  • Broe – Bron
  • Brogan, Denis
  • Broo – Brookr
  • Brooks - A-G
  • Brooks - H-Z
  • Brool – Brothl
  • Brotm – Brov
  • Broutzas, Costas
Box 164
  • Brow – Brown, Catherine
  • Brown, Charles – Brown, Duane
  • Brown, Dan H.
  • Brown, Earl – Brown, George E.
  • Brown, George F. – Brown, Howard
  • Brown, Irene – Brown, Lela
Box 165
  • Brown, Leo – Brown, Preston
  • Brown, R.C. – Brown, William
  • Brownback – Broz
  • Browne, Ken
  • Brun – Bruz
Box 166
  • Brua – Brum
  • Bryan – Bryan, William Jennings
  • Bryan, Travis – 1958-1962
  • Bryan, Travis – 1953-1957
  • Bryant – A-R
  • Bryant – S-Z
Box 167
  • Bu – Buch
  • Buck – Buckley, John
  • Buckley, Robert – Bucur
  • Bud – Buford, Joe
  • Buford, O – Buj
  • Buker – Bullis
  • Bullivan – Bunch
  • Bunche – Buon
Box 168
  • Bullard, John (Jack)
  • Bura – Burd
  • Bure – Burj
  • Burk – Burke, Norman
  • Burke, Paul - Burkett
  • Burkf – Burnesz
Box 169
  • Burnett – Burns – A-D
  • Burns – E-J
  • Burns – K-Z – Buro
  • Burr – Burrt
  • Burru – Burton – A-H
  • Burton – I-Z – Burz
  • Bus – Bushell
Box 170
  • Bushen – Busz
  • Butchart – Butler, Lemuel
  • Butler, Lucinda – Buw
  • Bux – Byk
  • Buxton, John
  • Byl – Byrd
  • Byre - Bz
Box 171
  • Ca – Cah
  • Cai – Cak
  • Cala – Calhoon
  • Cali – Calz
  • Calley, Lt. William
  • Cama – Camr
Box 172
  • Camalier, Renah
  • Campbell – A-H
  • Campbell, Alexander
  • Campbell – I-Z
  • Cana-Cane
  • Canada
  • Canel – Canm
Box 173
  • Cann – Cap
  • Capa – Caputo
  • Capehart, Homer E.
  • Caps, Ernest L.
  • Cara – Carf
  • Care, Inc.
  • Carg – Carle
Box 174
  • Carli – Carlson
  • Carlsson – Carm
  • Carn – Carnz
  • Caro – Carq
  • Carr
  • Carra – Carrm
  • Carro – Carroll – A-L
Box 175
  • Carroll – M-Z – Carrz
  • Cars – Cartd
  • Carte – Carte – A-L
  • Carter – M-Z
  • Cartf – Carz
  • Cartoons – 1953-1955
  • Cartoons – 1956-1957
Box 176
  • Cartoons – 1958-1961
  • Cartoons – 1962-1965
  • Cartoons – 1966-1972
  • Casa – Cashmore
  • Casi – Cassil
  • Cassity – Casz
  • Casoni, Fred
Box 177
  • Casto, James
  • Cat – Catta
  • Catte – Cauz
  • Cav – Celu
  • Cem – Cev
  • Ceylon
  • Cha – Chamberlin
  • Chair (Barca Lounger)
  • Chairmanships
Box 178
  • Chamberlin, Lyman William “Bill”
  • Chambers-Chamz
  • Chamber of Commerce – Miscellaneous, 1953 – 1957
  • Chamber of Commerce – Miscellaneous, 1963 – 1965
  • Chamber of Commerce – Miscellaneous, 1966 – 1968
  • Chamber of Commerce – Miscellaneous, 1969 – 1972
  • Cha-Chanz
  • Chao – Chap
  • Chara – Chars
Box 179
  • Chart – Chaz
  • Charter (City Manager Form of Government)
  • Che – Cherry
  • Chert - Chev
  • Cherry, James R.
  • Chi – Childr
  • Chicago
Box 180
  • Childs – Chmielak
  • Chile
  • China
  • Cho – Christg
  • Christi – Christid
  • Christie – Chrz
Box 181
  • Chub – Chung
  • Chup – Chz
  • Ci – Cip
  • Cir – Cit
  • Citations – Misc.
  • Mr. Citizen (October 1953)
  • Mr. Citizen (September 1953)
  • Mr. Citizen (A-H)
  • Mr. Citizen (I-Z)
  • Civ – Clarj
Box 182
  • Civil Liberties Education Foundation Inc.
  • Civil Rights Data
  • Civil Service Data
  • Civil War (America)
  • Civil War Centennial Commission
  • Clark (A-C)
  • Clark (D-G)
  • Clark (H-K)
  • Clark (L-Z)
Box 183
  • Clark, Charles Patrick (1953-1961)
  • Clark, Charles Patrick (1962-1967)
  • Clarke – Claurz
  • Clarke, Borden
  • Claus – Cld
  • Cle – Clemens
  • Clement – Cleu
Box 184
  • Clemens, Cyril (1953-1955)
  • Clemens, Cyril (1956-1957)
  • Clemens, Cyril (1958-1961)
  • Clemens, Cyril (1962-1964)
  • Clemens, Cyril (1965-1967)
  • Clemens, Cyril (1968-1970)
Box 185
  • Clemens, Cyril (1971)
  • Clemens, Cyril (1972 – 1973)
  • Clev – Clif
  • Clinc – Closter
  • Clot – CM Records
  • Clymer, Floyd (1953 – 1954)
Box 186
  • Clymer, Floyd (1955)
  • Clymer, Floyd (1956-1959)
  • Clymer, Floyd (1960 – 1972)
  • Co – Cobb
  • Cobc – Coch
  • Cockcroft – Coe
  • Cockrell, Judge Ewing
Box 187
  • Cof - Coffin
  • Coffman – Cohem
  • Cohen (A-I)
  • Cohen (J-Z)
  • Cohenz – Cold
Box 188
  • Coin Collection Data
  • Colbert, Bobby
  • Cole
  • Coleb – Coliz
  • Coll – Collh
  • Colli – Collins (A-H)
Box 189
  • Collins (I-Z)
  • Collinson – Colt
  • Columbia – Colz
  • Colored – NAACP
  • Coma – Communication
  • Committee on Foreign Trade
  • Communist – Comz
Box 190
  • Con – Congreg
  • Congress – Congressional
  • Coni – Connd
  • Conne – Conney
  • Conni – Connz
  • Cono – Conr
  • Conrad, Fred G.
  • Cons
Box 191
  • Cont – Conz
  • Convention Correspondence – 1956 – Miscellaneous
  • Coo – Cook
  • Cooke – Cookeson
  • Cool – Coonz
  • Cooper (A-L)
  • Cooper (M-Z)
  • Cooperative – Cop
Box 192
  • Cora – Corf
  • Corig – Cormil
  • Corne – Corz
  • Cose – Cost
  • Costa Rica
  • Cot
Box 193
  • Cou – Coul
  • Coun – Cous
  • Cout – Couv
  • Cov – Cowden
  • Cowdrey – Cowz
  • Cox – Coxz
  • Coy – Coz
Box 194
  • Cra – Craig
  • Craih – Crao
  • Crape – Crawford
  • Crawg – Cres
  • Cret – Crn
  • Cro – Crom
Box 195
  • Cron-Crosr
  • Cross-Crov
  • Crow-Crt
  • Crowe, Brendan T.
  • Cru-Cs
  • Crutcher, Dorris
Box 196
  • Cua – Culp
  • Cult – Cumn
  • Cub Scouts
  • Cuba
  • Cuban Crisis Correspondence
  • Cuban Missile Crisis - Clippings
  • Cumo-Cunningham, J.
  • Cunningham, L. - Cuq
  • Cur - Currz
Box 197
  • Curs-Curz
  • Cusa-Cz
  • Czechoslovakia
  • Da-Dail
  • Dailey - Dak
  • Dal-Dallm
  • Dalln-Dalz
Box 198
  • Dam-Danc
  • Dand-Daniels
  • Danielski – Daps
  • Daq-Dasho
  • Dashoff – Dauz
  • Darling, Arthur B.
Box 199
  • J. N. Darling Foundation
  • Daughters of the American Revolution
  • Dav – Davidson, J.
  • Davidson, L. – Davir
  • Davis, A - C
  • Davis, D - G
  • Davis, H - I
Box 200
  • Davis, J - K
  • Davis, L - O
  • Davis, P - R
  • Davis, S - Z
  • Davison – Davy
  • Daw – Dawson
  • Dax – D’C
Box 201
  • Dea-Deaq
  • Deal, Horace B.
  • Dear-Deby
  • Dec-Deck
  • Debutante Cotillion Data
  • DeCicco, Michael
  • Deckera-Dee
  • Def-Deg
Box 202
  • Deh-Dek
  • Dela-Dellz
  • Delapp, G. Leslie
  • Delm-Delz
  • Dem-Demb
  • Deme-Demz
  • Demaree, Ophelia
  • DeMolay Association
      [1 of 2]
Box 203
      [2 of 2]
  • Den-Dennh
  • Denmark
  • Denni-Deq
  • DePugh, Robert B.
  • Der
  • Des-Det
  • Deu-Devh
Box 204
  • Devi-Devz
  • Dew-Dez
  • Di-Dickd
  • Dicke-Dickh
  • Dicki-Dicksr
  • Dickst - Diek
  • Diel – Diez
  • Dif – Dilln
  • Dillo – Dillz
Box 205
  • Dim – Dinn
  • Dino – Dir
  • Dis – Diz
  • Dit – Diw
  • Dix – Dn
  • Doa – Doc
  • Dod – Dodh
Box 206
  • Dodi – Dodz
  • Doe-Dok
  • Dohanos, Stevan
  • Dol – Dolz
  • Dom – Dong
  • Donh – Donn
  • Dono – Donz
Box 207
  • Doo – Dori
  • Dr. Tom Dooley Tribute Fund
  • Dorj – Dorm
  • Dorn – Dos
  • Dot – Dough
  • Douglas – Dougz
  • Douglas, Lewis
  • Douh – Downex
  • Dowling, Robert
Box 208
  • Downey – Doy
  • Dra – Drak
  • Dral-Dreh
  • Draper, William
  • Draper, William – Pamphlets
  • Drei-Drn
Box 209
  • Dro-Drum
  • Druckman, Abraham
  • Drun – Dubm
  • Dubn – Duc
  • Dud – Due
  • Duf – Dugan
  • Duggan – Duh
  • Dui – Duk
Box 210
  • Dul – Dunb
  • Dunc – Dune
  • Dunf – Dunlap, A-H
  • Dunlap, I-Z – Dunm
  • Dunn – Dup
  • Dunston, Katherine “Bunny”
  • Duq – Durj
Box 211
  • Durk – Dux
  • Dv – Dyeq
  • Dyer – Dz
  • Ea-Eal
  • Eagles, Fraternal Order of
  • Eagleton, Thomas
  • Eam – Eass
Box 212
  • East – Eatn
  • Easter - 1971
  • Easter - 1972
  • Easter - 1974
  • Eastern Star Data
  • Eaton-Eaz
  • Eaton, Charles F.
  • Eba-Ebz
  • Eca-Eckj
  • Eckl-Edelr
Box 213
  • Edels – Edg
  • Edh-Edward
  • Edwards, A-H
  • Edwards, I-L
  • Edwards, M-Z-Edz
  • Ee-Eg
  • Eha-Ehz
Box 214
  • Egan-Ed
  • Eia – Eiseman
  • Eisen-Eiz
  • Ej-Eld
  • Ele-Elk
  • Electric Consumers Information
  • Eli – Elliot
  • Elliott – Ellirz
  • Elliott, John B.
Box 215
  • Ellis, A-J
  • Elliis, L-Z
  • Ellis, Clyde T.
  • Ellison - Elz
  • Em – Emery, George
  • Emery, H. – Enfz
  • Employers Overload, Inc.
  • Encyclopedia
  • Eng – Engel
Box 216
  • Engel, Salo-Engliking
  • English-Engstrom
  • England
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Eni-Epr
  • Epsa-Epsz
  • Ept-Erj
Box 217
  • Erk-Erz
  • Ernst, Morris
  • Esa-Esq
  • Esr-Esz
  • Et-Euz
  • Eva-Evans (A-D)
  • Evans (E-K)
  • Evans (L-Z)-Evd
Box 218
  • Eve-Evi
  • Evj-Ez
  • Fab-Fabz
  • Faca-Fagin
  • Fah-Faiq
  • Fair-Fairz
  • Fair Campaign Practices Committee, Inc.
  • Faj-Falz
  • Fam-Faq
Box 219
  • Fara-Farh
  • Fari-Farl
  • Faris, E.C. (Bud)
  • Farm
  • Farmer's Union
  • Farn-Farrand, J.
  • Farrar – Farz
  • Father's Day (1969)
  • Father's Day (1972)
  • Fas – Fauj
  • Faul-Faz
Box 220
  • Fe-Federal
  • Federam-Fedz
  • Fee-Fef
  • Fenney, Joseph G.
  • Feh-Fej
  • Fela-Feldman
  • Feldman, Trude
  • Feldn-Fellk
  • Fellm-Felz
  • Fem-Fergus
  • Ferguson-Ferm
Box 221
  • Fern-Ferris
  • Ferron-Fhz
  • Fia-Fielding
  • Fields-Filstrup
  • Film America Foundation
  • Fin-Find
  • Fine
  • Finea-Finkz
  • Finl-Finnz
Box 222
  • Finland
  • Fino-Fir
  • Fis-Fisheq
  • Fisher, A-Landon
  • Fisher, Lee-S
  • Fisher, T-Fisherman
  • Fishf-Fisr
Box 223
  • Fisse – Fitzgibbon
  • Fitzgibbons – Fixz
  • Fla – Flanagan
  • Flanagen – Flasphaler
  • Flag Data
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 224
  • Flat-Fleischel
  • Fleet Reserve Association
  • Fleischem-Fln
  • Flo-Flt
  • Flu-Flz
  • Foa-Foley, I
Box 225
  • Foley, J-Folm
  • Fon-Ford Motor Company
  • Ford, A-Ford, Z
  • Forda-Form
  • Foreign, 1953
Box 226
  • Foreign, 1955
  • Foreign, 1956
  • Foreign, 1957
  • Foreign, 1958-1959
  • Foreign, 1960-1961
  • Foreign, 1962-1965
  • Foreign – Requests for Autographs
  • Foreign Student Data
  • Foreign Visitors
  • Forn-Forsz
Box 227
  • Forsyth-Forsythe
  • Fort-Forw
  • Fosa-Foster, Julian
  • Foster, LaMar-Foto
  • Fou – Fowk
  • Foulkes, A. Eugene
  • Fourth of July
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Fowler-Fox, A-J
  • Fox, K-Z-Foz
Box 228
  • Fox, Thomas and Family
  • Fra-Frandz
  • France
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Frane-Frankle
  • Franklin-Franz
Box 229
  • Frao-Fraz
  • Frea – Freedenberger
  • Freedman – Freedoms
  • Freedom Documents Foundation
  • Freedom Riders – Letters
  • Freef-Freez
Box 230
  • Freg – French, R
  • French, Ray – Frez
  • Fria – Friedman, Harry
  • Friedman, Robert – Friem
  • Friedman, Martin
  • Friend – Frnz
Box 231
  • Fro-Ftz
  • Frontier, Phil Kerby
  • Fu-Fulj
  • Fulk-Fulz
  • Fum-Fz
  • Ga-Gage
  • Gagie-Gaiz
Box 232
  • Gaj-Gallagher, D
  • Gallagher, E. – Gallagher Z
  • Gallaher – Galn
  • Galp – Gaml
  • Gamm – Gaq
  • Gara – Gardiner, T.
Box 233
  • Gare – Garq
  • Garr – Garrz
  • Garrison, R. C.
  • Gars – Garz
  • Gasa – Gates
  • Gates, Vernon
Box 234
  • Gatet – Gd
  • Gea – Gel
  • Gell – Gem
  • Gen – Genm
  • Genn – Georg
  • George – Geq
Box 235
  • Gera – Gerl
  • Germain – Gesheidler
  • Geschwendt – Gh
  • Germany, 1971-1973
  • Germany, 1970
  • Germany, 1968-1969
  • Germany, 1965-1967
Box 236
  • Germany, 1954-1963
  • Gershenson, Harry
  • Ghost Writer Data
  • Gia – Gibr
  • Gibson
  • Gibson, Don
  • Gibson, Floyd R.
  • Gic – Gik
  • Gila – Gilbert
Box 237
  • Gilberta – Gild
  • Gigliotti, Frank B.
  • Gile – Gilla
  • Gillb – Gillette
  • Gilley – Gilmn
  • Gilmore – Ginb
  • Gind – Ginz
  • Gio – Gk
Box 238
  • Girl Scouts
  • Gla – Glasf
  • Glasg – Glasse
  • Glassf – Glhz
  • Gli – Gn
  • Goa – Goh
  • Goi – Goldberf
  • Goldberg
  • Goldberg, William
Box 239
  • Goldblatt – Goldlz
  • Goldman – Goldstd
  • Goldstein – Golz
  • Goldstein, Rabbi Israel
  • Goller, Harry I. 1953 – 1954
  • Goller, Harry I. 1955 – 1961
  • Goller, Harry I. 1962 – 1972
Box 240
  • Gom – Goodmz
  • Goodn – Gordon
  • Gordon
  • Gordona – Gorz
  • Gos – Gosz
  • Got – Goz
Box 241
  • Gra – Gral
  • Graham, Thomas
  • Gram – Grar
  • Grandchild, Letters Regarding Third
  • Gras – Graw
  • Gray
Box 256
  • Grea-Green
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Greece
      [1 of 4, 1953-58]
      [2 of 4, 1959-61]
      [3 of 4, 1962-72]
      [4 of 4, 1962-72]
Box 257
  • Greena-Greene
  • Greenf-Greez
  • Greenway, Cornelius
  • Gref-Grez
  • Gria-Griffir
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 258
  • Groffos-Grnz
  • Groa-Gronz
  • Grolier, Inc.
  • Groo-Grtz
  • Grua-Grul
  • Grum-Gt
  • Gu-Guerz
Box 259
  • Gues-Gukj
  • Gula-Gurz
  • Gusa-Gz
  • Ha-Hackl
Box 260
  • Hackm-Hadl
  • Hadm-Hagdz
  • Hage-Hagz
  • Hah-Haj
  • Hak-Halk
Box 261
  • Hall
      [1 of 3, A-G]
      [2 of 3, H-M]
      [3 of 3, N-Z]
  • Hall, Joyce
  • Hall of Fame
  • Hall of Free Enterprise
  • Halla-Halz
Box 262
  • Hallagan, J.H.
  • Ham-Hamils
  • Hamilton
  • Hamilton, Brutus
  • Hamj-Hamm
  • Hammi-Hamz
  • Hana-Hanm
Box 263
  • Handy Associates, Inc.
  • Hanna-Hanp
  • Hanner, Dick
  • Hanr-Hansen
  • Hansen, Richard H.
  • Hansen, Robert W.
  • Hanson-Hap
Box 264
  • Hara-Hardy
  • Hare-Harl
  • Harl, Maple T.
Box 265
  • Harm-Haro
  • Harp-Harq
  • Harper & Row
  • Harra-Harrir
  • Harris
      [1 of 2, A-H]
      [2 of 2, I-Z]
  • Harrison-Harsz
Box 266
  • Hart
      [1 of 2, A-P]
      [2 of 2, Q-Z]-Hartg
  • Harth-Haruz
  • Harva-Harz
  • Harwood, H.M.
  • Hasa-Hasthz
  • Hasti-Hasz
Box 267
  • Hat-Hatz
  • Hava-Havz
  • Hawa-Hayd
  • Haye-Haz
  • Hayes
  • Hays
Box 268
  • Hea-Hearr
  • Healey, Joseph
  • Hears-Heaz
  • Heaton, Ronald E.
  • Heb-Hedz
  • Hechler, Kenneth
Box 269
  • Hee-Heil
  • Heim-Heis
  • Heit-Helleq
  • Heller-Helm
  • Helma-Hemz
  • Hen-Hendeq
  • Henderson
  • Hendley-Hendz
Box 270
  • Hene-Henrh
  • Henri-Henrz
  • Hens-Hep
  • Hensel, Roy/Harold
  • Her-Herm
  • Hern-Heron
Box 271
  • Herro-Hersh
  • Hersi-Herz
  • Has-Hez
Box 272
  • Heslep, Charter
  • Hewetson, W.L.
  • Heyn, Ernest V.
  • Hi-Hickman
  • Hicks
  • Hicks, C.D.
  • Hid-Hik
  • Hila-Hill [1 of 2, A-O]
Box 273
  • Hill [2 of 2, P-Z]-Hillz
  • Hilm-Hincj
  • Himes, Margery/Helen-Requests for Autographs
  • Hinck-Hiq
  • Hinters, Albert M.
  • Hir-Hiz
Box 274
  • Hirschfield, John C.
  • Historical Societies
  • History Book-Letters Re
  • Hoa-Hoc
  • Hod-Hoe
  • Hof-Hofz
  • Hog-Hoh
Box 275
  • Hoi-Holdh
  • Holdi-Hollamz
  • Holland
  • Holland (country)
  • Hollander, Hollir
  • Hollis-Hollz
  • Holm-Hols
Box 276
  • Holt-Holz
  • Hom-Honz
  • Honor America Day
  • Hoo-Hooks
  • Hool-Hoq
Box 277
  • Hopkins, William J.
  • Hor-Hornd
  • Horne
  • Horne, Edward V.
  • Horner-Hornz
  • Horo-Horz
  • Hos-Hosz
  • Hostick, King V.
  • Hot-Hourz
Box 278
  • Housa-Hov
  • Housholder, Vic
      [1 of 5, 1953-56]
      [2 of 5, 1957-59]
      [3 of 5, 1960-62]
      [4 of 5, 1963-65]
      [5 of 5, 1966-71]
Box 279
  • Howard-Howdz
  • Howe-Hoz
  • Howell, Charles R.
  • Hra-Hrz
  • Hu-Hubers
  • Hubert-Hudz
Box 280
  • Hue-Hugg
  • Hugh-Hughes
  • Hughes, Richard J.
  • Hughet-Huma
  • Humb-Humz
  • Humphrey, Joseph B.
  • Hun-Hunt
Box 281
  • Hungary
  • Hunter-Huq
  • Hur-Hurtz
  • Huru-Huw
  • Huz-Hz
Box 282
  • Hyman, William A.
  • Ia-Ik
  • Il-Inda
  • Independence-Indh [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Indi-Indz
  • Ine-Inl
  • Infantry Data
Box 283
  • Im-Ins
  • India
  • Int-International [1 of 2, A-K]
  • International [2 of 2, L-Z]
  • International News Service
  • Intero-Irh
Box 284
  • Iran
  • Ireland
  • Iri-Irz
  • Is-Iz
Box 285
  • Israel
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Israel-Arab War of 1967
  • Italy
  • Ja-Jackson [1 of 2, A-H]
Box 286
  • Jackson [2 of 2, I-Z]-Jacnz
  • Jackson, Henry M.
  • Jackson County, Missouri
  • Jacoa-Jacobson
  • Jacobs, Floyd E.
  • Jacobson-Jal
Box 287
  • Jama-Jamz
  • Jan-Jaw
  • Japan
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Jar-Jau
Box 288
  • Jav-Jaz
  • Je-Jefferson
  • Jeff-Jemz
  • Jeq-Jenmz
  • Jenn-Jensaz
  • Jensen-Jeq
Box 289
  • Jer-Jhn
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Jews
  • Ji-Jn
  • Joa-Johns
  • Johnson
      [1 of 9, A-D]
Box 290
      [2 of 9, E-G]
      [3 of 9, H-I]
      [4 of 9, J-K]
      [5 of 9, L]
      [6 of 9, M]
      [7 of 9, N-Q]
      [8 of 9, R]
      [9 of 9, S-Z]
Box 291
  • Johnson, Mrs. Joseph L.
  • Johnson, Virginia D.
  • Johnsr-Johnston [1 of 2, A-K]
  • Johnston [2 of 2, L-Z]-Jom
  • Jon-Jond
  • Jones
      [1 of 4, A-E]
      [2 of 4, F-K]
Box 292
      [3 of 4, L-R]
      [4 of 4, S-Z]
  • Jonf-Jotz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 293
  • Jou-Juh
  • Jourdan, Raymond M.
  • Joyce, Morton, D.
  • Jui-Juz
  • Ka-Kakz
  • Kal-Kamz
  • Kallir, Otto
Box 294
  • Kan-Kanr
  • Kansas City-Kao
  • Kap-Kaq
  • Kara-Kasz
  • Kata-Katz
Box 295
  • Kau-Kaw
  • Kax-Kaz
  • Kea-Ked
  • Kee-Kefz
  • Keg-Keis
Box 296
  • Keith-Kellex
  • Keller, Helen
  • Kelley
  • Kelli-Kelz
  • Kelly
      [1 of 2, A-F]
      [2 of 2, G-Z]
  • Kelly, Hugh
  • Kem-Kenna
Box 297
  • Kenne-Kent
  • Kennedy
      [1 of 2, A-L]
      [2 of 2, M-Z]
  • Kenta-Keq
  • Ker-Kernz
  • Kero-Kes
Box 298
  • Kessler, Ernest R.
  • Kessler, Seymour M. [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Ket-Khz
  • Kia-Kilz
  • Kim-Kimz
Box 299
  • Kina-King [1 of 2, A-H]
  • King [2 of 2, I-Z]
  • King, Martin Luther
      [1 of 6, Favorable Mail Re Truman Statement, A-H]
      [2 of 6, Favorable Mail Re Truman Statement, I-Q]
      [3 of 6, Favorable Mail Re Truman Statement, R-Z]
Box 300
      [4 of 6, Unfavorable Mail Re Truman Statement, A-H]
      [5 of 6, Unfavorable Mail Re Truman Statement, I-Q]
      [6 of 6, Unfavorable Mail Re Truman Statement, R-Z]
  • Kinga-Kio
  • Kip-Kirkoz
  • Kirkp-Kis
  • Kit-Kiz
Box 301
  • Kla-Klein [1 of 2, A-D]
  • Klein [2 of 2, E-Z]-Klen
  • Klein, Julius
  • Kleo-Klz
Box 302
  • KMBC TV/Radio
  • Km-Knight [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Knight [2 of 2, I-Z]-Knoo
  • Knop-Knz
  • Koa-Kof
  • Kog-Kom
Box 303
  • Kohen, Charles
  • Kolb, Richard
  • Kon-Kop
  • Koq-Kos
  • Korea
  • Kornitzer, Bela
Box 304
  • Kot-Koz
  • Koury, Phillip A.
  • Kp-Kratz
  • Krau-Kreb
  • Krec-Krh
  • Krevolin, Harold
Box 305
  • Kr-Kroh
  • Krier, Edward
  • Kroi-Krtz
  • Kru-Krz
  • Krushchev, Nikita
  • Ks-Kug
  • Kuck, Dr. Klaus D.
  • Kuh-Kul
Box 306
  • Kum-Kuq
  • Kur-Kus
  • Kut-Kz
  • Kutner, Louis
  • La-Lad
Box 307
  • Lae-Lah
  • Laffery, A.W.
  • Lai-Lalz
  • Lama-Lamb
  • Lamb, Frank
  • Lamc-Lamz
  • Lambert, Bruce
Box 308
  • Lana-Landf
  • Landes, Burton
  • Landi-Landy
  • Lane-Lanez
  • Lang, Harriet
  • Langf-Lanz
Box 309
  • Lap-Larz
  • Las-Lasz
  • Lat-Latz
  • Lau-Lavhz
  • Lavi-Lawrz
Box 310
  • Laws-Laxz
  • Lay-Laz
  • Lea-Leaz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Leb-Lee [1 of 2, A-K]
Box 311
  • Lee [2 of 2, L-Z]-Leez
  • Lef-Lehz
  • Lei-Lelz
  • Lema-Lemz
  • Lena-Lenz
Box 312
  • Leo-Leonaz
  • Leonb-Ler
  • Les-Let
  • Leu-Levin
  • Levine-Levinr
Box 313
  • Levines-Lewir
  • Lewis
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
      [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • Lewit-Lgz
  • Lexington, Missouri (Centennial)
Box 314
  • Lh-Lid
  • Library-Jack Benny TV Show
  • Lie-Lief
  • Lieg-Lih
  • Lii-Lim
  • Lin-Lind
  • Linday, Murray L.
  • Linde-Lindz
Box 315
  • Line-Link
  • Lip-Lipr
  • Lipsit, Benjamin B.
  • Lips-Lis
  • Lit-Litz
  • Liw-Ln
Box 316
  • Lob-Loc
  • Lod-Lof
  • Log-Lohz
  • Loi-Lonf
  • Long
  • Longa-Lor
Box 317
  • Longwell, Daniel
  • Los-Love
  • The Lotos Club
  • Lottery-Letters Re President Truman's Statement Concerning
  • Louisville, Kentucky--Autograph Requests From
Box 318
  • Lovea-Lovz
  • Lovestone, Jay
  • Low-Loz
  • Lowenstein-Loz
  • Lu-Lucd
  • Lucus, Jacklyn H.
  • Luce, Clare Boothe--Correspondence Re Article
Box 319
  • Luce-Lud
  • Lue-Luj
  • Luk-Lum
  • Lun-Luq
  • Lur-Lx
  • Ly-Lym
Box 320
  • Lynch
  • Lunch, John B.
  • Lynd-Lz
  • MacA-MacD
  • MacE-MacH
Box 321
  • MacI-MacZ
  • McA-McAm
  • McAleer, Roger W.
  • McAn-McB [includes documents added in 2011]
  • McCa-McCam
  • McCam-McCartg
  • McCann, Wayne
  • McCarthy
Box 322
  • McCarthy, Joseph
  • McCarti-McCaz
  • McCarty, Daniel
  • McCob-McCn
  • McCo-McCormh
  • McCorkle, Admiral F.D.
Box 323
  • McCormi-McCq
  • McCr-McCulloh
  • McCulloi-McCz
  • McD-McDn
Box 324
  • McDonald
  • McDonnell-McDz [includes documents added in 2011]
  • McE-McF
  • McGa-McGg
  • McGh-McGk
Box 325
  • McGl-McGrath
  • McGraw-McGz
  • McH-McJ
  • McK-McKem
  • McKen-McKz
Box 326
  • McLa-McLd
  • McLe-McLz
  • McLean, Angus W.
  • McM-McMh
  • McMi-McMz
  • McN-McNaz
  • McNb-McNz
Box 327
  • McP-McZ
  • McShain, John
  • Ma-Mach
  • Maci-Macz
  • Mad-Maf
Box 328
  • Maga-Magz
  • Mah-Mahz
  • Mai-Male
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Mali-Malone
  • Mallory, Mrs. A.D.
  • Malmfeldt, Ted
Box 329
  • Maloney-Malz
  • Mam-Manhz
  • Mani-Mano
  • Manp-Maq
  • Mar-Marhz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 330
  • March on the Capitol (1963)
  • March on Montgomery, Alabama
      [1 of 2, Civil Rights, 1965]
      [2 of 2, Mail Opposed to, 1965]
  • Mari-Markrz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Marks-Marrz
Box 331
  • Mars-Marsh
  • Marshall-Martin
  • Martin
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
Box 332
      [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • Martina-Marv
  • Marw-Marz
  • Maryland Hall of Records--Genealogical Files
  • Masa-Masrz
  • Mass-Masz
  • Mata-Mathews
Box 333
  • Matthews
  • Mathewson-Matthev
  • Matthewson-Mauq
  • Maur-Max
  • May-Maydz
  • Maybee, Dr. Bert E.
  • Mayer-Mayez
Box 334
  • Mayerberg, Samuel S. [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Mayf-Mayrz
  • Mays-Maz
  • Mea-Medz
  • Medal of Honor--Proposed Award to President Truman
  • Medicare
      [1 of 3, Correspondence]
      [2 of 3, Clippings]
Box 335
      [3 of 3, General Correspondence]
  • Medicine and Doctors
  • Mee-Mik
  • Meisburger, Eddie
  • Mela-Melz
Box 336
  • Memberships
      [1 of 25, 1953]
      [2 of 25, 1954]
      [3 of 25, 1955]
      [4 of 25, 1956]
      [5 of 25, 1957]
      [6 of 25, 1958]
      [7 of 25, 1959]
      [8 of 25, 1960]
      [9 of 25, 1961]
      [10 of 25, 1962]
      [11 of 25, 1963]
      [12 of 25, 1964]
      [13 of 25, 1965]
      [14 of 25, 1966]
Box 337
      [15 of 25, 1967]
      [16 of 25, 1968]
      [17 of 25, 1969]
      [18 of 25, 1970]
      [19 of 25, 1971]
      [20 of 25, 1972]
      [21 of 25, Political, A-H]
      [22 of 25, Political, I-M]
      [23 of 25, Political, N-Z]
      [24 of 25, Citations/Certificates]
      [25 of 25, Missouri (political)]
  • Mem-Merce
  • Menorah Medical Center
  • Merch-Meriz
Box 338
  • Merj-Merz
  • Mes-Meth
  • Metropolitan-Mex
  • Mexico
  • Meyer, Mrs. Agnes
  • Meyer, Lauretta R.
  • Mey-Mez
Box 339
  • Mi-Micha
  • Miche-Micz
  • Mida-Midz
  • Midwest Research Institute
  • Mie-Milh
  • Military
  • Mili-Milk
Box 340
  • Mill-Milz
  • Miller
      [1 of 7, A-D]
      [2 of 7, E-F]
      [3 of 7, G-H]
      [4 of 7, I-J]
Box 341
      [5 of 7, K-P]
      [6 of 7, Q-S]
      [7 of 7, T-Z]
  • Miller, Emma Guffey
  • Mim-Minn
Box 342
  • Mir-Mis
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri (A-Z)
  • Missouri Resources/Development
  • Mit-Mitchell [1 of 2, A-I]
  • Mitchell [2 of 2, J-Z]-Minz
Box 343
  • Moa-Mond
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Money and Requests for Autographs
  • Mone-Monz
  • Monroe, Frank
  • Moo-Moopz
  • Moody, Gil/Vicky
Box 344
  • Moore [1 of 2, A-K]
  • Moore [2 of 2, L-Z]-Mooz [1 of 2]
  • Mooz [2 of 2]
  • Mopa-Morfz
Box 345
  • Morgan-Morgz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Morgan, David H.
  • Morgenstern, Morris
  • Morh-Morrir
  • Morris
Box 346
  • Morrisa-Morrovz
  • Morrow-Morz
  • Moseley, James G.
  • Mosa-Mosrz
  • Moss-Motz
Box 347
  • Mothers Day
  • Mou-Moz
  • Mra-Mullhz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Mulli-Muq
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 348
  • Mura-Murphy [1 of 2, A-K]
  • Murphy [2 of 2, L-Z]
  • Murphy, Joseph G.
  • Murq-Murz
  • Murray, Philip (Memorial Foundation)
  • Murray, Thomas E.
Box 349
  • Music
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Musa-Myers [1 of 2, A-E]
  • Myers [2 of 2, F-Z]-Mz
Box 350
  • Na-Nan
  • Nance, Mrs. Richard
  • Nao-Nathz
  • National
      [1 of 6, A-B]
      [2 of 6, C-E]
Box 351
      [3 of 6, F-K]
      [4 of 6, L-P]
      [5 of 6, Q-R]
      [6 of 6, S-Z]
  • National Geographic Magazine
Box 352
  • National Jewish Hospital (Denver, Colorado)
  • National Law Enforcement Committee
  • National Youth Councils on Civil Affairs
  • National Youth Science Foundation
  • Nationm-Ndz
  • Nea-Nehz
  • Nei-Nelson [1 of 2, A-G]
Box 353
  • Nelson [2 of 2, H-Z]-Nes
  • Net-Nev
  • Netherlands
  • New-Newman
Box 354
  • Newmap-Nhz
  • New York--Apartment House
  • New York World's Fair
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, American Israeli Pavilion]
  • Nia-Nid
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Nicaragua
  • Nie-Nmz
Box 355
  • Noa-Noq
  • Nobel Peace Prize
  • Nora-Nors
  • Nort-Norz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 356
  • Norway
  • Nos-Novz
  • Now-Nz [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Nowak, Ted M.
  • Oa-O'Brien [1 of 2, A-H]
Box 357
  • O'Brien [2 of 2, I-Z]-Obz
  • Oc-Ocz
  • Od-O'Donnell [1 of 2, A-L]
  • O'Donnell [2 of 2, M-Z]-Ofz
  • Og-O'Hara
Box 358
  • Oh-Ok
  • Ol-Olh
  • Olia-Oliz
  • Olm-Olsgz
  • Olsh-Olz
  • Olson, William J.
Box 359
  • Om-Onez
  • Onf-Og
  • "Open End"
  • Ora-Orn
  • Oro-Osborne
Box 360
  • Osc-Osm
  • Osn-Osz
  • Ota-Otz
  • Ou-Ov
  • Owa-Owens
  • Owen, George D.
Box 361
  • Pa-Pac
  • Pad-Pah
  • Pai-Palmdz
  • Palmer-Palz
  • Pam-Pan
Box 362
  • Panama
  • Panama Canal Veterans Bill
  • Pao-Parker [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Parker [2 of 2, I-Z]
  • Parkrz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Parker, Mack
  • Parks-Parrish
Box 363
  • Parrj-Parz
  • Parry, Thomas
  • Pas-Patn
  • Pato-Pattn
  • Paton, Bruce
  • Patton-Pattz
  • Patu-Paxs
Box 364
  • Paxton-Padz
  • Payne, J. Howard
  • Pea-Pearr
  • Peale, Norman Vincent
  • Pears-Pebz
  • Pec-Pek
  • Pela-Pelz [includes documents added in 2011]
Box 365
  • Pem-Pendh
  • Pendi-Penh
  • Peni-Penq
  • Pennsylvania Railroad and Pennsy
  • Penr-Peq
  • People to People Program
  • Per-Perkins
  • Perkins, Bill
Box 366
  • Perl-Pesz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Perry, Dexter
  • Peru
  • Peta-Peterson
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 367
  • Petz-Pez
  • Pfa-Phdz
  • Phe-Philkz
  • Philippines
  • Philla-Phillips [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Phillips [2 of 2, I-Z]-Phim
Box 368
  • Phip-Phz
  • Physically Crippled Children
  • Physically Handicapped, President's Committee on the
  • Pai-Picn
  • Pico-Pierce [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Pierce [2 of 2, I-Z]-Pierrz
  • Piers-Pinhz
Box 369
  • Pini-Piqz
  • Pir-Pkz
  • Pla-Plat
  • Planned Parenthood
  • Platt, Joel
Box 370
  • Plau-Pld
  • Ple-Pnz
  • Poa-Polit
  • Poindexter, Bill
  • Poland
  • Political File
      [1 of 3, January-February, 1960]
      [2 of 3, March-April, 1960]
Box 371
      [3 of 3, May-August, 1960]
  • Poliu-Polz
  • Pom-Pors
  • Porta-Porz
Box 372
  • Pos-Potz
  • Post Office (Missouri)
  • Post Master (Kansas City, Missouri)
  • Pou-Powell
  • Powell, Paul
  • Powm-Poz
  • Pra-Prd
  • Prayer (Supreme Court Decision Regarding Amendment)
Box 373
  • Pre-Prerz
  • Pres-Press
  • Presidential Candidates, 1968
  • Presidential Data--Hubert Humphrey, 1968
  • President's Education Program
  • Pria-Prin
Box 374
  • Price, Melvin
  • Prio-Prt
  • Pru-Prz
  • Psa-Pul
  • Public Schools
  • Puerto Rico
Box 375
  • Pum-Pur
  • Pus-Pvz
  • Q-Quigk
  • Quigley-Qz
  • Quinn, Theodore J.
Box 376
  • Ra-Radh
  • Racial Problem
  • Radcliffe, George L.
  • Radi-Radz
  • Radio-TV
  • Rae-Ral
Box 377
  • Railroad Car Used by President Truman
  • Railroads
  • Ram-Ranj
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Rank-Rap
  • Ras-Rav
  • Raw-Raz
Box 378
  • Ray, Geare McNeil
  • Rea-Reaz
  • Reb-Rebb
  • Redbook Magazine
  • Red-Redj
  • Redk-Reec
Box 379
  • Reed-Reer
  • Rees-Reh
  • Reeves, Paul W.
  • Registered Mail
  • Rei-Reik
  • Reil-Reing
Box 380
  • Reinh-Reiz
  • Rej-Res
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • The Reporter
  • Reserve Officers Association
  • Resolutions
Box 381
  • Ret-Reym
  • Reyn-Rez
  • Rf-Rib
  • R.F.E.--Office of the Director
  • Ric-Rice
Box 382
  • Rich-Richards
  • Richards, Paul C.
  • Richardson
  • Richartz-Richz
  • Rici-Rid
  • Rie-Riez
Box 383
  • Rif-Rig
  • Riffle, John
  • Rigdon, William M.
  • Rih-Riley [1 of 2, A-M]
  • Riley [2 of 2, N-Z]-Rin
  • Rio-Risr
  • Riss-Risz
  • Rita-Ritter [1 of 2, A-L]
  • Ritter [2 of 2, M-Z]-Rnz
Box 384
  • Ro-Roaz
  • Rob-Robertr
  • Roberts
      [1 of 2, A-H]
      [2 of 2, I-Z]
  • Robertsa-Robinrz
Box 385
  • Robinson-Roby
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Roc-Rod
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Roe-Rogers [1 of 3, A-H]
Box 386
  • Rogers
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
      [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • Rogers, Will
  • Rogf-Rohz
  • Roi-Rol
  • Rom
  • Ron-Ronz
  • Roo-Rooz
  • Rop-Ror
Box 387
  • Ros-Rosem
  • Rosen-Rosenberg [1 of 2, A-I]
  • Rosenberg [2 of 2, J-Z]
  • Rosenbl-Rosencz
  • Rosend-Rosez
  • Rosf-Ross [1 of 2, A-I]
Box 388
  • Ross [2 of 2, J-Z]-Rosz
  • Ross, Frank
  • Rota-Rotz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Roth, George B.
  • Rou-Rowl
Box 389
  • Rown-Roz
  • Rua-Rubin [1 of 2, A-L]
  • Rubin [2 of 2, M-Z]-Rubz
  • Ruc-Rikz
  • Rul-Rur
  • Rural Electric Cooperative Association
      [1 of 3]
Box 390
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Rusa-Rusr
  • Russ-Russell
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Russf-Ruz
Box 391
  • Rv-Ryan [1 of 2, A-L]
  • Ryan [2 of 2, M-Z]-Rz
  • Sa-Sab
  • Sac-Sae
  • Sackett, Sheldon F.
  • Saf-Sah
Box 392
  • Sai-Saintl
  • Saintm-Sak
  • Sal-Salk
  • Salk Polio Vaccine
  • Sall-Sals
  • Salt-Salz
Box 393
  • Sam
  • Samoa
  • San-Sander
  • Sanders-Sandk
  • Sandl-Sanf
  • Sang-Sao
Box 394
  • Sap-Saq
  • Sara-Sarz
  • Sas-Satz
  • Sau-Sav
  • Sca-Schac
Box 395
  • Schad-Schal
  • Scham-Scheh
  • Schei-Schh
  • Schei-Schh
  • Schi-Schk
  • Schla-Schlz
Box 396
  • Schlosser, Louis L.
  • Schma-Schmz
  • Schn-Schnz
  • Scho-Schom
  • School (Independence, MO), Mrs. Gillette's Class Papers
Box 397
  • Schon-Schoz
  • Schra-Scht
  • Schu-Schulze
  • Schum-Schuz
  • Schwa-Schwartz [1 of 2, A-M]
Box 398
  • Schwartz [2 of 2, N-Z]
  • Schwartza-Schz
  • Sci-Scota
  • Scofield, Donald R.
  • Scott
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
  • Scott [3 of 3, R-Z]-Scoz
  • Scr-Scz
Box 399
  • Sea-Seaz
  • Seb-Sefz
  • Seg-Sek
  • Sela-Selkz
  • Selective Service
  • Sell-Selm
Box 400
  • Seln-Ses
  • Senate Bills
  • Set-Sg
  • Sha-Shahz
Box 401
  • Shai-Shamz
  • Shan-Shaqz
  • Shara-Shasz
  • Shat-Shaz
Box 402
  • Shea-Shelcz
  • Shelf-Shemz
  • Shena-Sheqz
  • Sher-Sherm
  • Shern-Shev
Box 403
  • Shi-Shik
  • Shik-Shiq
  • Shir-Shoq
  • Shoemaker, Floyd C.
  • Shor-Shoz
  • Shr-Shuk
  • Shul-Shuq
  • Shur-Shz
Box 404
  • Sia-Siegel [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Siegel [2 of 2, I-Z]-Sif
  • Sig-Silu
  • Silva-Silver [1 of 2, A-N]
  • Silver [2 of 2, O-Z]-Silz
  • Sima-Simm
  • Simmons, John F.
Box 405
  • Simon-Simps
  • Simpson-Simrz
  • Sims-Singer
  • Singh-Sirz
  • Sis-Siz
  • Sj-Sklz
Box 406
  • Ski-Skz
  • Sla-Sldz
  • Slater, Harold
      [1 of 6, 1955-57]
      [2 of 6, 1958-59]
Box 407
      [3 of 6, 1960-61]
      [4 of 6, 1962-63]
      [5 of 6, 1964-65]
      [6 of 6, 1966-74]
  • Slavin, John
  • Sle-Sloaz
  • Slob-Slz
Box 408
  • Sma-Smd
  • Small, Phillip
  • Smalley, Walter B.
  • Sme-Smis
  • Smith
      [1 of 12, A]
      [2 of 12, B]
      [3 of 12, C]
      [4 of 12, D]
Box 409
      [5 of 12, E-G]
      [6 of 12, H]
      [7 of 12, I-K]
      [8 of 12, L-M]
      [9 of 12, N-Q]
Box 410
      [10 of 12, R]
      [11 of 12, S-V]
      [12 of 12, W-Z]
  • Smith, Arthur Clarendon
  • Smith, H. Allen
  • Smith, John A. (Jack)
  • Smith, John E.
  • Smith, Roy
Box 411
  • Smitha-Smz
  • Sna-Sno
  • Snu-Snz
  • Soa-Sok
  • Social Security
  • Sol-Solomz
Box 412
  • Solins, Samuel
      [1 of 3, 1953-57]
      [2 of 3, 1958-60]
      [3 of 3, 1961-72]
  • Solon-Sonmz
  • Sonn-Sons
  • Sont-Sorz
  • Sos-Sot
  • Sou-Soz
Box 413
  • Spa-Span
  • Spain
  • Spao-Spaz
  • Spea-Speh
  • Spei-Spence
  • Spencer-Sphr
  • Spi-Spih
  • Spij-Spk
  • Spingarn, Jerome H.
Box 414
  • Spl-Spq
  • Spr-Ss
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Sta-Stafford
  • Stag-Stanf
  • Stallings, Laurence (article)
Box 415
  • Stamp Ceremony (May 8, 1971) - Missouri Sesquicentennial
  • Stamp Data
  • Stang-Staq
  • Star-Starker
  • Starkey-Staz
  • Statue Shalom, Inc. (American Committee for)
Box 416
  • Stea-Steelz
  • Steen-Stein
  • Steina-Steiner
  • Steinberg, Alfred - Man From Missouri (letters re)
  • Steinf-Steo
  • Step-Steq
  • Stephens, A.J.
Box 417
  • Ster-Steu
  • Steva-Stevz
  • Stew-Stewart [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Stewart [2 of 2, I-Z]
  • Stewart, Louise
  • Sti-Stiz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 418
  • Stilmar, Robert L.
  • Stj-Stok
  • Stol-Stone
  • Stonea-Stotz
  • Stou-Stoz
  • Stp-Strat
  • Strachan, Paul A.
Box 419
  • Strau-Strh
  • Streit, Clarence
      [1 of 2, 1954-55]
      [2 of 2, 1956-62]
  • Stri-Strom
  • Stroma-Strot
  • Strou-Strz
Box 420
  • Stua-Stud
  • Stue-Stz
  • Sugarman, Ronald S.
  • Sua-Sullivan [1 of 3, A-D]
  • Sullivan [2 of 3, E-K]
  • Sullivan [3 of 3, L-Z]-Sully
Box 421
  • Sulm-Sumz
  • Sun-Suq
  • Sur-Susz
  • Sut-Suz
  • Sva-Swal
  • Swam-Swartz
Box 422
  • Swartza-Sweeney [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Sweeney [2 of 2, I-Z]-Sweh
  • Sweden
  • Swei-Swnz
  • Switzerland
  • Swo-Sz
Box 423
  • Ta-Tafs
  • Taft-Talkz
  • Talge, Stephen, Foster and Lisle
  • Tallman, Frank
  • Talm-Tang
  • Tank-Tarz
  • Tas-Tax
Box 424
  • Taya-Taylor [1 of 3, A-G]
  • Taylor [2 of 3, H-Q]
  • Taylor [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • Taylor, Carol
  • Taylor, Robert G.
  • Tea-Tei
  • Teachers Strike
  • Tel-Tem
Box 425
  • Ten-Terq
  • Terr-Tgz
  • Tha-Thaz
  • Thacker, John H.
  • Thanksgiving
  • Thea-Tholz
  • 35th Division Stationery
Box 426
  • Thom-Thomas [1 of 3, A-H]
  • Thomas [2 of 3, I-L]
  • Thomas, R.E.
  • Thomas [3 of 3, M-Z]-Thomoz
  • Thompson
      [1 of 4, A-C]
      [2 of 4, D-E]
      [3 of 4, F-L]
Box 427
      [4 of 4, M-Z]
  • Thomq-Thorm
  • Thorn-Thq
  • Thr-Thz
  • Ti-Tid
Box 428
  • Tie-Tilmz
  • Tiln-Tio
  • Tip-Tnx
  • Toa-Toc
  • Tod-Tom
  • Tombstone, Arizona
Box 429
  • Ton-Totz
  • Tou-Tox
  • Towler, Joel
  • Tra
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 430
  • Train Orders
  • Tranin, Earl J.
  • Trans World Airlines
  • Traubel, Helen
  • Tre-Trh
  • Treck Photography, Inc.
  • Tria-Troz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Trip Data
  • Trp-Trul
Box 431
  • Trum-Truman [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Truman [2 of 2, I-Z]-Trumaz
  • Truman Center for Government Affairs (UMKC)
  • Truman, Margaret
  • Truman Monument (Riverfront Project)
  • Trumb-Tsz
  • Tu-Tucker [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Tucker [2 of 2, I-Z]-Tuiz
  • Tucker, Charles
  • Tuj-Tun
  • Tuo-Turner [1 of 3, A-C]
Box 432
  • Turner
      [2 of 3, D-I]
      [3 of 3, J-Z]
  • Turner, Justin G.
  • Turkey
  • Turnf-Tux
  • TV Show "Biography"
  • Tv-Tx
  • Twain, Mark
Box 433
  • Ty-Tz
  • Ua-Umz
  • Uihlein, Edwin/Robert
  • Uhlmann, Paul
  • Ukrania
  • Union Council (AFL-CIO Industrial)
  • Un-Unisz
  • United
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 434
  • United Service Organization
  • United States Committee for Refugees
  • Unity-Uz
Box 435
  • Va-Vanc
  • Van Biema, A.
  • Van Buskirk, William
  • Vand-Vang
  • Van Dyck, Felix
Box 436
  • Vanh-Vano
  • Vanp-Vaqz
  • Van Sant, James A.
  • Van Sant, T.H.
  • Vara-Vasz
  • Vat-Vaz
Box 437
  • Vea-Vesz
  • Velky, Mike
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Venezuela
  • Venice
  • Veta-Vimz
Box 438
  • Vin-Virf
  • Virg-Vomz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Veterans-General
  • Veterans Administration
  • Veterans (Disabled American)
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars
Box 439
  • Villaflores, D.P.
  • Von-Vz
  • Voting--Letters Re President Truman's Statement on Age
  • Wa-Wagm
  • Wagner-Wagz
Box 440
  • Wah-Walcz
  • Wald-Walker [1 of 2, A-D]
  • Walker [2 of 2, E-Z]-Walkz
  • Walker (President Truman's)
  • Wall-Wallace [1 of 2, A-Q]
Box 441
  • Wallace [2 of 2, R-Z]-Walsq
  • Wallace, George (assassination attempt), 1972
  • Walsh-Walters
  • Waltf-Waq
  • War-Ward [1 of 2, A-Q]
Box 442
  • Ward [2 of 2, R-Z]-Warh
  • Ward, R.J.
  • Wari-Warner
  • Warnf-Warz
  • Wasa-Wasz
  • Wat-Watj
Box 443
  • Watkins-Watrz
  • Watson-Watsz
  • Watson, Felton
  • Watt-Watz
  • Wau-Wdz
  • Wea-Weaz
Box 444
  • Weba-Webber
  • Webb, Roy H.
  • Webc-Webz
  • Wec-Wehz
  • Weia-Weim
  • Wein-Weinberger
  • Weinc-Weiq
Box 445
  • Weir-Weisl
  • Weiss, Lola
  • Weisman-Wekz
  • Wela-Welkz
  • Well-Wells
  • Welm-Weqz
  • Wer-Werz
Box 446
  • Wesa-West
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Westa-Westkz
  • Westl-Wez
  • Wha-Whdz
Box 447
  • Whe-Whgz [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Whi-Whitd
  • Whitaker, Fred D.
  • White
      [1 of 3, A-J]
      [2 of 3, K-R]
      [3 of 3, S-Z]
  • Whitea-Whithz
Box 448
  • Whitf-Whitr
  • Whits-Whz
  • Whittmore, Robert
  • Wia-Wiemz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Wiener-Wikz
  • Wiknyk, Henry A.
Box 449
  • Wila-Wilgz
  • Wilh-Wilj
  • Wilk-Wilkz
  • Wilkins, Roy
  • Will-Willhz
  • Williams
      [1 of 4, A-D]
      [2 of 4, E-H]
Box 450
      [3 of 4, I-Q]
      [4 of 4, R-Z]
  • Williamsburg U.S.S.
  • Williamsa-Williamson [1 of 2, A-Q]
  • Williamson [2 of 2, R-Z]-Wilsn
  • Wilson
      [1 of 4, A-D]
      [2 of 4, E-H]
Box 451
      [3 of 4, I-Q]
      [4 of 4, R-Z]
  • Wilson, Arthur W.
  • Wilt-Windz
  • Wine-Winr
  • Wins-Winters
Box 452
  • Wintersa-Wir
  • Wisa-Wisz
  • Wit-Wiz
  • Wj-Wole
  • Wolf
Box 453
  • Wolfa-Wolkz
  • Woll-Woo
  • Wood
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Wood, A. Hamilton
  • Wooda-Woodrz
Box 454
  • Woods
  • Woodsa-Wooz
  • Wop-Work
  • World
  • World Peace Through Law Conference
  • Worle-Woz
  • Wp-Wright [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Wright [2 of 3, I-Z]-Wt
Box 455
  • Wua-Wyl
  • Wym-Wz
  • X
  • Ya-Yda
  • Yanak, Theodore I.
  • Yea-Young
  • YMCA-YWCA
  • Yorty, Samuel W.
Box 456
  • Young
      [1 of 4, A-C]
      [2 of 4, D-H]
      [3 of 4, I-Q]
      [4 of 4, R-Z]
  • Younga-Yz
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 457
  • Za-Zc
  • Zd-Zh
  • Zia-Zimmerlz
  • Zimmerman-Ziz
Box 458
  • Zimmerman, H.O.
  • Zj-Zucjz
  • Zucker-Zy
  • Cross Reference File
Box 459
  • Miscellaneous Documents [legal size]
Box 460
  • Miscellaneous Documents [legal size]
Box 461
  • Miscellaneous Documents [legal size]
    OUTGOING CORRESPONDENCE ("PINKS")
Box 462
  • A-Abramr
  • Abelman, Max
  • Abrama-Acz
  • Acheson, Dean
  • Ad-Adamr
  • Adams
      [1 of 2, A-J]
      [2 of 2, K-Z]
  • Adams, W. Howard
  • Adamsa-Adz
  • Ae-Ak
  • Agnew, Spiro T.
  • Ahern, James T.
  • Ahfeld, Ernie
  • Al-Alderl
  • Alaska
  • Alderman-Alev
  • Alex-Allem
  • Algeria
  • Allen
  • Allen, George E.
  • Aller-Alz
  • Allis, Barney
  • Aly, Bower
  • Ama-Amz
  • Amberg, Richard H.
  • American Legion
  • Amvets (P.E. Howard)
  • Ana-Anderson [1 of 2, A-F]
Box 463
  • Anderson [2 of 2, G-Z]
  • Anderson, Clinton P.
  • Anderson, Eugenie
  • Anderson, Hurst
  • Andert-Anf
  • Andrews, Robert A.
  • Andrews, Russell P.
  • Ang-Aq
  • Ara-Arnn
  • Argentina
  • Armstrong, G.W.
  • Arnold-Arz
  • Arnold, Stanley N.
  • Aronson, Robert L.
  • Arrow Rock
  • Arrowsmith, George M.
  • Arvey, Jacob M.
  • Asa-Asz
  • Ata-Auo
  • Auq-Az
  • Austin, Warren R.
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Ayers, Eben
  • Ba-Baf
  • Bacon, Charles L.
  • Bag-Baj
Box 464
  • Bailey, Cleveland M.
  • Bailey, Gene
  • Bailey, John M.
  • Bak-Bakk
  • Bal-Balk
  • Ball-Balz
  • Bam-Baq
  • Bankhead, Telullah
  • Bar-Barl
  • Barker, John T.
  • Barkley, Alben W.
  • Barkley, David M.
  • Barrett, Edward W.
  • Barringer, Lewis T.
  • Barry, Frank
  • Bartle, H. Roe
  • Baruch, Bernard
  • Battaan, David
  • Bauer, Carl
  • Barm-Barnh
  • Barni-Barrx
  • Barry-Barz
  • Bas-Bat
  • Bau-Bauq
  • Baur-Baz
  • Bea-Beas
Box 465
  • Beat-Becj
  • Beck-Bef
  • Becker, Julius W.
  • Beg-Belk
  • Belgium
  • Bell
  • Bell, David
  • Bella-Belz
  • Bem-Bennett
  • Bennett, Charles E.
  • Bennett-Beq
  • Benny, Jack
  • Benson, Ernest H.
  • Benton, Thomas Hart
  • Benton, William
  • Ber-Berj
  • Berkowitz, Bert and Walter
  • Berk-Berm
  • Bermuda
  • Bern-Berq
  • Berr-Berz
  • Bessie, Simon M.
  • Bes-Bh
  • Bez, Nick
  • Bi-Bik
Box 466
  • Biddle, Francis
  • Biffle, Leslie L.
  • Bigus, Isidore
  • Bil-Bin
  • Bio-Birq
  • Bird, William F.
  • Birkhimer, J.E.
  • Birr-Biz
  • Bj-Black
  • Blacka-Blam
  • Blair, James T.
  • Blan-Blar
  • Blas-Blaz
  • Blaustein, Jacob
  • Ble-Bleck
  • Blod-Blz
  • Bnai-Boggs
  • Bo-Body
  • Bogh-Bol
  • Bolling, Richard
  • Boal-Bop
  • Bom-Book
  • Bonnet, Herni
  • Bor-Borz
Box 467
  • Bos-Bot
  • Boua-Bov
  • Bowa-Bowz
  • Bowers, Claude G.
  • Bowles, Chester
  • Bowman, Fred J.
  • Box-Boz
  • Boyd, Julian P.
  • Boyle, Bernard J.
  • Boyle, William M.
  • Br-Bradley
  • Bradm-Bram
  • Bran-Brant
  • Brandeis University
  • Brandon, Dr. William L.
  • Brandt, Raymond P.
  • Brannan, Charles F.
  • Branu-Braz
  • Braverman, A. Marvin
  • Bray, William J.
  • Brazil
  • Brea-Bren
  • Brenner, Daniel L.
  • Breo-Brez
  • Brewood Printers
Box 468
  • Bri-Brinf
  • Bring-Briz
  • Bro-Broderick
  • Broderj-Brookr
  • Brooks, Philip C.
  • Brooks, Brov
  • Browa-Brown [1 of 3, A-H]
  • Brown
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
      [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • Brown, Charles H.
  • Brown, Edmund G.
  • Brown, Richard H.
  • Browne, Kenneth
  • Browne-Broz
  • Bruce, James
  • Bru-Brum
  • Brun-Bruz
  • Bryan, Travis B.
  • Brya-Bryz
  • Bu-Buc
  • Bud-Bul
  • Bum-Buq
Box 469
  • Brundesen, Dr. Herman N.
  • Bur-Burdf
  • Burdg-Burj
  • Burk-Burl
  • Burm-Burq
  • Burrus, Rufus
  • Burr-Burz
  • Burton, Harold H.
  • Brusa-Brusz
  • Busch, August A.
  • Butler, Paul M.
  • But-Buz
  • By-Bz
  • Ca-Calc
  • Cald-Calg
  • Calh-Call
  • Calm-Campa
  • Camalier, Renah F.
  • Campbell
  • Campbell, Alexander M.
  • Campc-Cannon
  • Canady, Ward M.
  • Canfield, Cass
  • Cannp-Caq
  • Capps
  • Carey, James B.
Box 470
  • Car-Carlr
  • Carls-Caro
  • Carlton, John T.
  • Carlyle Hotel
  • Carnahan, A.S.J.
  • Carp-Carr
  • Carra-Carrz
  • Carroll, John A.
  • Carroll, Parke
  • Carson-Carter
  • Cartf-Carz
  • Cas-Casz
  • Cea-Cez
  • Celler, Emanuel
  • Central Missouri State College
  • Cerf, Bennett
  • Cha-Chanz
  • Chap-Charlton
  • Chapman, Oscar
  • Charn-Chaz
  • Che-Chez
Box 471
  • Chelf, Frank
  • Cherne, Leo
  • Cherry, James R.
  • Chi-Chn
  • China
  • Ching, Cyrus S.
  • Cho-Christenson
  • Chai-Chi, Whan
  • Christer-Chz
  • Christopher, George H.
  • Churchill, Winston S.
  • Cia-Ciz
  • Cla-Clarj
  • Clark
  • Clark, Charles P.
  • Clark, John D.
  • Clark, Joseph S.
  • Clark, Mark W.
  • Clark, Tom C.
  • Clarke-Clau
  • Claudy, Carl H.
  • Clav-Claz
  • Clayton, George D.
  • Cle-Clie
  • Clemens, Cyril
  • Clement, Frank G.
  • Clements, Earle C.
  • Clements, H.M.
Box 472
  • Clifford-Clz
  • Clifford, Clark M.
  • Clymar, Floyd
  • Co-Cocj
  • Cock-Coe
  • Cof-Cohd
  • Cohen-Cohz
  • Coi-Colel
  • Coleman-Coli
  • Coll-Collinr
  • Collet, J. Caskie
  • Collins-Colz
  • Collinson, T. Hall
  • Com-Conc
  • Cominsky, J.R.
  • Commager, Henry Steele
  • Conant, James B.
  • Condon, Edward V.
  • Cond-Conn
  • Conna-Connol
  • Connelly, Matthew J.
  • Connom-Conz
Box 473
  • Coo-Cook
  • Cool-Coon
  • Cooper-Cooz
  • Cop-Corc
  • Cord-Corp
  • Corr-Cot
  • Costa Rica
  • Cou-Cowf
  • Cowg-Coz
  • Cra-Crand
  • Craig, May
  • Crane-Craz
  • Cre-Crn
  • Croa-Cror
  • Cros-Crot
  • Crou-Croz
  • Cru-Crz
  • Cruse, Kenneth
  • Cua-Cunm
  • Cunn-Cunningham
  • Cuo-Curs
Box 474
  • Curry, Charles F.
  • Curt-Cz
  • Da-Dale
  • Daley, Richard J.
  • Dalf-Dam
  • Dalton, John
  • Dan-Danz
  • Daniel, E.C.
  • Daniel, Mr./Mrs. E. Clifton
  • Daniels, Jonathan
  • Dancy, Keith W.
  • Dao-Dau
  • Darby, Harry
  • Dav-Davir
  • Davies, Joseph
  • Davis, Blevins [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Davis
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
  • Davis [3 of 3, R-Z]-Davz
  • Dawson, Donald S.
  • Day, J. Edward
  • Daw-Daz
Box 475
  • De-Deb
  • Deal, Horace B.
  • Dean, Gordon
  • Dec-Def
  • De Castro, Morris F.
  • De Cicco, Michael
  • Deg-Dek
  • Dela-Delz
  • DeLapp, G. Leslie
  • Dem-Demz
  • Demaree, C.S. (Mrs.)
  • Den-Deq
  • Denmark
  • Denni, Harry
  • Dennison, Robert L.
  • Denslow, Ray V.
  • Der-Det
  • Deramus, W.N.
  • DeSapio, Carmine
  • Deu-Dez
  • Di-Dickl
  • Dickm-Dif
  • Dig-Dinf
  • Ding-Diz
  • DiSalle, Michael V.
  • Domohowski
  • Do-Dodd
Box 476
  • Docking, George
  • Docking, Robert
  • Dode-Dol
  • Dom-Donnelly
  • Donaldson, Jesse M.
  • Donnelly, Phil M.
  • Donner-Donz
  • Donahue, Donald D.
  • Doo-Dorn
  • Doro-Dot
  • Dou-Dougk
  • Douglas, Lewis W.
  • Douglas, William
  • Dougl-Douz
  • Dov-Dow
  • Doy-Doz
  • Dra-Drev
  • Drew-Drz
  • Druckman, A.M.
  • Dryden, William J.
  • Dua-Duf
  • Duffy, F. Ryan
  • Dug-Dum
  • Dulles, Allen W.
  • Dulles, John F.
  • Dun-Dunm
  • Duncan, Richard M.
  • Dunn-Duq
Box 477
  • Dura-Durz
  • Dus-Dz
  • Ea-Eas
  • Eagleton, Thomas F.
  • Easley, Harry
  • Eat-Ec
  • Eaton, Cyrus S.
  • Eban, Abba
  • Ed-Edr
  • Edelstein, David
  • Eds-Edz
  • Edwards, India
  • Ee-Eichd
  • Egan, Edward
  • Eichel-Ek
  • Ela-Ellin
  • Elliott, John B.
  • Eli-Ellis
  • Ellis, Clyde T.
  • Ellis, Elmer
  • Ellison-Elz
  • Elsey, George M.
  • Em-Emz
  • En-English
  • England
  • Engle, Clair
Box 478
  • English-Eq
  • Er-Ernst
  • Ernst, Morris L.
  • Err-Etz
  • Eu
  • Eva-Everg
  • Evans, M.R.
  • Evans, Tom L.
      [1 of 3, 1953-63]
      [2 of 3, 1964-67]
      [3 of 3, 1968-70]
  • Everh-Ez
  • Ewing, Oscar
  • Fa-Faq
  • Fairbanks, Douglas
  • Far-Fraz
  • Faris, E.C. (Bud)
  • Farley, James A.
  • Farrar, John
  • Fas-Faz
  • Faubus, Orval E.
  • Fe-Feir
Box 479
  • Feeney, Joseph G.
  • Feinberg, Abraham
  • Feis-Fel
  • Fem-Fergt
  • Ferguson-Fez
  • Fi-Fiel
  • Field, Marshall
  • Fiem-Find
  • Fike, Stanley R.
  • Fine-Finz
  • Finklestein, Louis
  • Finletter, Thomas K.
  • Fio-Fisherq
  • Fisher-Fisz
  • Fishman, Seymour
  • Fit-Fitzl
  • Fitzm-Fiz
  • Fla-Fleh
  • Fleeson, Doris
  • Fleir-Fln
  • Fleming, Robert V.
  • Flo-Flz
Box 480
  • Fo-Fond
  • Foley, E.H.
  • Folliard, Edward T.
  • Folsom, James E.
  • Fone-Ford
  • Forda-Forz
  • Fos-Fou
  • Foster, B.F.
  • Foster, William C.
  • Fow-Foz
  • Fowler, Henry H.
  • Fra-Frankk
  • France
  • Francisco, William (Bill)
  • Frankl-Fraz
  • Frea-Freeman
  • Freeman, Orville L.
  • Freeman-Frez
  • Fria-Friedman
  • Friedman, Martin L.
  • Friedn-Friz
  • Fritchey, Clayton
  • Froa-Frz
  • Frye, Jack
  • Fu-Fuls
  • Fulton, Hugh
  • Fulton-Fz
  • Furcolo, Foster
Box 481
  • Ga-Gal
  • Gam-Gaq
  • Gar-Garf
  • Gardner, Erle Stanley
  • Gardner, Hy
  • Garg-Garq
  • Garner, John Nance
  • Garr-Garrz
  • Gara-Garz
  • Gas-Gd
  • Gates, Vernon
  • Gates, G. Walter
  • Gavin, Thomas J.
  • Gea-Gen
  • Geis, Bernard
  • Gentry, Alonzo
  • Geo-Gerj
  • George, Walter F.
  • Gerk-Ghz
  • Germany
  • Gershenson, Harry
  • Gershon, Lou S.
  • Gertz, Elmer
  • Gia-Gik
  • Gibson, Donald
  • Gibson, Floyd R.
  • Gigliotti, Frank B.
Box 482
  • Gila-Gilk
  • Gill-Gilz
  • Gilmore, Robert M.
  • Gim-Gj
  • Gla-Glaz
  • Gle-Glz
  • Glenn, Frank
  • Glett, Charles L.
  • Gm-Gok
  • Gol-Golden
  • Goldberg, Arthur J.
  • Goldena-Goldm
  • Goldman Family (Fred, George, Richard)
  • Goldn-Goldz
  • Goldstein, Israel
  • Gole-Goodg
  • Goller, Harry
  • Goodh-Gootz
  • Gor-Gordz
  • Gore, Albert
  • Gore-Gorz
  • Gos-Goz
  • Gra-Graham
Box 483
  • Gradus, Ben
  • Grady, Henry F.
  • Graham, Frank P.
  • Graham, Thomas
  • Graham, Wallace H.
  • Grahl-Granz
  • Granoff, A.J.
  • Grao-Graz
  • Gray, Georgia Neese
  • Gray, Gordon
  • Gre-Green
  • Greece
  • Green, Theodore F.
  • Greena-Greenb
  • Greene-Greenz
  • Greenway, Cornelius
  • Greer-Grez
  • Gremley, William H.
  • Gri-Griffis
  • Griffith-Griz
  • Grinnell College
  • Gro-Grossman
  • Grossn-Grz
  • Grover, Wayne C.
  • Gua-Guq
Box 484
  • Guam
  • Gur-Gz
  • Ha-Hac
  • Had-Haf
  • Haga-Hagz
  • Hah-Hak
  • Hal-Halk
  • Halifax (Earl of)
  • Hall
  • Hall of Fame (Agricultural)
  • Hall, Joyce C.
  • Halla-Halz
  • Ham-Hamilton
  • Hamj-Hamz
  • Hamlin, Roy
  • Hammarskjold, Dag
  • Han-Hanni
  • Hanno-Hanse
  • Hanraham, Edmond M.
  • Hansen, Robert W.
  • Hansf-Haq
  • Har-Hardim
  • Hardin-Harf
  • Hardin, James N.
  • Harg-Harmn
  • Harl, Maple T.
Box 485
  • Harmo-Harq
  • Harper & Brothers, Inc.
  • Harper, Roy W.
  • Harra-Harris
  • Harriman, W. Averell
  • Harris
  • Harris, Robert E.G.
  • Harrison-Harrz
  • Hars-Hartr
  • Hartke, Vance
  • Harts-Has
  • Harvey, Leo M.
  • Hassett, William D.
  • Hastings, Edwin K.
  • Hat-Haum
  • Hatch, Carl A.
  • Hatten, Alvin D.
  • Haun-Haw
  • Hax-Hayr
  • Hayden, Carl
  • Hays, Brooks
  • Hay-Haz
  • Hea-Heaz
  • Healey, Joseph F.
  • Hearnes, Warren E.
  • Hearst, William Randolph
Box 486
  • Heb-Hef
  • Hechler, Kenneth W.
  • Heg-Heis
  • Heiskell, Andrew
  • Heit-Hellen
  • Heller, Francis H.
  • Heller-Helz
  • Helm, Edith
  • Hem-Hemj
  • Henk-Heq
  • Hennings, Thomas C.
  • Hennock, Frieda B.
  • Her-Herr
  • Hers-Herz
  • Heslep, Charter
  • Hes-Hez
  • Heyn, Ernest V.
  • Hi-Hicks
  • Hid-Hik
  • Hil-Hill
  • Hildreth, Melvin D.
  • Hill, Lister
  • Hilla-Hilz
  • Hillman, William
  • Him-Hnz
Box 487
  • Hincklye, Robert H.
  • Hinde, Edgar G.
  • Hipsh, Charles/Sam
  • Ho-Hoe
  • Hodges, Frank
  • Hodges, Luther
  • Hof-Hok
  • Hoffman, Mr./Mrs.
  • Hol-Holla
  • Holland
  • Holland, Al
  • Holland, Lou E.
  • Hollb-Hollz
  • Holloran, Mark R.
  • Holm-Holz
  • Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.
  • Hom-Hoq
  • Hoover, Herbert (Sr./Jr.)
  • Hoover, J. Edgar
  • Hope, Bob
  • Hor-Horne
  • Hornbuckle, Roy D.
  • Horner, John V.
  • Hornf-Horz
  • Horton, John E.
Box 488
  • Hos-Hov
  • Housholder, Vic H.
  • Howard-Howe
  • Howard, Lee
  • Howell-Hoz
  • Hr-Hrz
  • HST Associates [2011 accretion]
  • Hua-Huffer
  • Huffman-Hull
  • Hull, William R.
  • Hum-Hunt
  • Humphrey, Hubert H.
  • Humphreys, Joe Bailey
  • Hunt, Brice H.
  • Hunter-Huq
  • Hur-Hutchins
  • Hutchinson-Hz
  • Ia-Im
  • In-Inz
Box 489
  • India
  • Io-Irz
  • Iran
  • Ireland
  • Isa-Iz
  • Israel
  • Italy
  • Ja-Jacobr
  • Jackson, Henry M.
  • Jacobs-Jae
  • Jacobs, Floyd
  • Jacobson, A.D.
  • Jacobson, Eddie
  • Jaf-Jam
  • Jasn-Jaz
  • Japan
  • Je-Jenkins
  • Jenks-Jennz
  • Jensen-Jez
  • Jesse, Randall
  • Jessel, George
  • Jessup, Philip C.
  • Jin-Jiz
  • Joa-Johns
  • Jobes, Harry C.
  • Johnson
      [1 of 4, A-C]
      [2 of 4, D-H]
      [3 of 4, I-Q]
Box 490
      [4 of 4, R-Z]
  • Johnson, J.M.
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Johnson, Louis
  • Johnson, Lyndon B.
  • Johnson, Melvin M.
  • Johnson, Virginia
  • Johnston-Johnz
  • Johnston, Eric
  • Johnston, Feton M.
  • Johnston, James P.
  • Joi-Jond
  • Jones
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
      [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • Jones, Coburn
  • Jonf-Jorgd
  • Jorge-Joz
  • Jua-Juz
  • Ka-Kai
  • Kallir, Otto
  • Kaj-Kam
  • Kan-Kaplan
  • Kaplb-Kas
Box 491
  • Kat-Kaufd
  • Kauff-Kaz
  • Ken-Keasr
  • Keass-Kee
  • Keech, Richmond B.
  • Keenan, Joseph D.
  • Kef-Keller
  • Kefauver, Estes
  • Kellerman-Kellz
  • Kelly-Kelz
  • Kem-Kemz
  • Ken-Kenne
  • Kennedy, John F.
  • Kennedy, Robert/Edward
  • Kennf-Kenz
  • Keo-Kerq
  • Kerby, Phil
  • Kerr-Kes
  • Kerr, Chester
  • Kerr, Robert S.
  • Ket-Kez
  • Keyserling, Leon H.
  • Kf-Kh
  • Ki-Kik
  • Kil-Kim
  • Kilgore, Harley M.
Box 492
  • Killion, George L.
  • Kimball, Dan A.
  • Kin-King
  • Kinga-Kinz
  • Kio-Kirz
  • Kirl-Kj
  • Kirwan, Michael
  • Kittrell, William H.
  • Kl-Klein
  • Klein, Julius
  • Kle-Kli
  • Klj-Klz
  • Km-Kmz
  • Kn-Knn
  • Kno-Knz
  • Ko-Koenig
  • Koenisberg-Koi
  • Kol-Korn
  • Kolb, Richard
  • Korea
  • Korna-Koz
  • Kornitzer, Bela
  • Koury, Phil A.
  • Kra-Kraur
Box 493
  • Kraus-Krehl
  • Krei-Kril
  • Krim-Krz
  • Kronheim, Milton
  • Ks-Kun
  • Kihn, Edward
  • Kuo-Kz
  • Kupcinet, Irv
  • La-Lag
  • Lafferty, A.W.
  • Lah-Lam
  • Lamb, Franklin
  • Lambert, Bruce
  • Lan-Lanf
  • Land, Frank
  • Landon, Alfred M.
  • Landry, Robert B,
  • Lang-Lange
  • Langf-Laq
  • Lar-Larz
  • Las-Laszlasker, Mary
  • Lat-Laughlin
  • Laughs-Lawq
  • Lawler, Joseph J.
  • Lawrence-Laz
Box 494
  • Lawrence, David L.
  • Lawton, Frederick T.
  • Lay, James S.
  • Lazovick, Paul P.
  • Le-Leb
  • Leader, George M.
  • Leahy, William D.
  • Lec-Lez
  • Lee, Bert S.
  • Lee, Richard C.
  • Lef-Leif
  • Lehmann, Herbert H.
  • Leigh-Lem
  • Len-Leonard
  • Leonb-Leu
  • Lerner, Mrs. Joseph S.
  • Lev-Levim
  • Levin-Levir
  • Levinson, Benjamin
  • Levis-Lewir
  • Lewis-Lez
  • Li-Lieber
  • Lie, Trygve
  • Liebera-Lik
  • Lil-Lindg
Box 495
  • Lindh-Linz
  • Lingo, Mrs. B. Harrison (Jane)
  • Lio-Lis
  • Lit-Liz
  • Ll
  • Lloyd, David D.
      [1 of 6, 1953]
      [2 of 6, 1954]
      [3 of 6, 1955]
      [4 of 6, 1956-57]
      [5 of 6, 1958]
      [6 of 6, 1959-62]
  • Loa-Lol
  • Lom-Lonf
  • Long
  • Long, Edward V.
  • Longa-Loo
  • Longwell, Daniel
  • Lop-Lou
  • Louchheim, Katie
  • Lov-Low
  • Loveless, Herschel C.
  • Lovett, Robert A.
  • Lowden-Loz
  • Lowenthal, Max
  • Lozier, Lue
Box 496
  • Lp-Lt
  • Lua-Lul
  • Lucas, Scott W.
  • Luff, Elvin K.
  • Lom-Luz
  • Lv-Lx
  • Ly-Lync
  • Lynd-Lyg
  • Lyons, Leonard
  • McA-McB
  • McC-McCalk
  • McCahey, James B.
  • McCall-McCarthey
  • McCann, Wayne M.
  • McCarthy
  • McCarthy, Dan
  • McCh-McCl
  • McCloskey, Matthew H.
  • McCloy, John J.
  • McCo-McCormack
  • McCorkle, F.D.
  • McCormack, John W.
  • McCormick-McCoz
  • McCormick, Kenneth
  • McCra-McCz
Box 497
  • McD-McDn
  • McDermott, R.J.
  • McDonald-McDot
  • McDonald, David
  • McDonald, Harry A.
  • McDou-McF
  • McFarland, Ernest W.
  • McG-McGilk
  • McGee, Joseph J.
  • McGill-McGowan
  • McGra-McGz
  • McGranery, James P.
  • McGrath, Earl J.
  • McGrath, J. Howard
  • McH-McJ
  • McHale, Frank M.
  • McK-McKz
  • McKim, Edward D.
  • McKinney, Frank E.
  • McLa-McLz
  • McMa-McMz
  • McMath, Sidney S.
  • McN-McNh
  • McNamara, Robert S.
  • McNaughton, Frank
Box 498
  • McNi-McZ
  • McSween, Donald M.
  • Ma-Macj
  • MacGowan, Charles J.
  • Mack-Macz
  • Mack, Corneal J.
  • Mad-Mag
  • Mag, Arthur
  • Magnuson, Warren
  • Mah-Mai
  • Mahoney, Florence
  • Maj-Mall
  • Malm-Malone
  • Maloney-Mam
  • Man-Manm
  • Mann-Manor
  • Mann, Frederic R.
  • Manos-Maq
  • Mar-Mark
  • Mara, C.J.
  • Mari-Marr
  • Marquis, George C.
  • Marin, Luis Munoz
  • Marks, Theodore
  • Mars-Marth
Box 499
  • Marshall, George C.
  • Martel, Frank X.
  • Marti-Martin
  • Martina-Massn
  • Masso-Masoz
  • Masp-Masz
  • Mat-Matz
  • Mau-Maxz
  • Maverick, Maury
  • May-Mayersz
  • Maybee, Bert E.
  • Mayerberg, Samuel S.
  • Me-Mec
  • Mead, James M.
  • Med-Meh
  • Mei-Mello
  • Meigs, Merrill C.
  • Meisburger, Eddie
  • Mellp-Meq
  • Menzies, Robert G.
  • Mer-Merrick
  • Meredith, James H.
  • Merrill-Mes
  • Messall, Victor R.
  • Mesta, Perle
Box 500
  • Met-Mex
  • Mexico
  • Meyer
  • Meyer, Eugene (Mrs.)
  • Meyera-Mez
  • Meyner, Robert B.
  • Mia-Mik
  • Middlebush, Frederick A.
  • Mil-Milk
  • Milig-Mill
  • Miller
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
      [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • Miller, Emma Guffey
  • Miller, Jo Zach, III
  • Millf-Minh
  • Mini-Mir
  • Minton, Sherman
  • Miravalle, Peter S.
  • Mis-Misz
  • Mitch-Mitchell
  • Mitchell, Stephen A.
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Mitchum-Miz
  • Mj-Mn
  • Mo-Monag
  • Monah-Monz
Box 501
  • Monroe, Frank (Mr./Mrs.)
  • Monroney, Mike
  • Montague, Samuel A.
  • Moo-Moore [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Moore [2 of 2, I-Z]-Mooz
  • Mora-Morgan
  • More, Jake
  • Morgan, David H.
  • Morganr-Morn
  • Moro-Morrisn
  • Morrison
  • Morrisroe-Morz
  • Morse, Wayne
  • Mos-Mossi
  • Moseley, James G.
  • Moseley, Raymond F.
  • Moses, Anna Mary ("Grandma")
  • Moskovit, Harold R.
  • Mossm-Moz
  • Moulder, Morgan M.
  • Mox, W.L.
  • Mr.
  • Mu-Mulk
  • Mull-Mullz
  • Mulm-Muri
Box 502
  • Murphy
  • Murphy, Charles S.
      [1 of 2, 1953-59]
      [2 of 2, 1960-69]
  • Murphy, Franklin D.
  • Murphy, Frederick P.
  • Murphy, Joseph F.
  • Murr-Murra
  • Murray
  • Murray, Johnston
  • Murrell-Muz
  • Murrow, Edward R.
  • Muskie, Edmund S.
  • My-Mz
  • Myer, Dillon S.
  • Myers, Francis J.
  • Myers, Walter
  • Na-Nas
  • Nachtman, Paul
  • Nacy, Richard R.
  • Nangle, John J.
  • Nash, Philleo
  • Nat-Naz
  • Nathan, Robert R.
  • Ne-Nelz
  • Nehru, Jawaharal
  • Neild, Edward F.
  • Nelson
  • Nem-Nes
  • Net-Nev
  • Netherlands
  • Neuberger, Richard L.
  • Neustadt, Richard E.
  • New-News
Box 503
  • Newt-Nez
  • Ni-Nichols
  • Nicaragua
  • Nicholson-Nid
  • Nie-Niz
  • Nigro, D.M.
  • Niles, Raymond
  • Nimitz, Chester W.
  • Nixon, Richard M.
  • Nixon, Robert G.
  • No-Nolen
  • Noble, G. Bernard
  • Noe, James A.
  • Noland, (Ethel/Nellie)
  • Noles-Norr
  • Nors-Not
  • Nou-Nov
  • Now-Nz
  • Noyes, David M.
  • Nunnally, Edward H.
  • Oa-Obz
  • Oca-Ocz
  • O'Connor, Basil
  • O'Connor, Martin J.
  • Oda-Odz
Box 504
  • Oe-Ok
  • O'Hara, Edwin V.
  • Ol-Oll
  • Olm-Olz
  • Oma-Ooz
  • Opa-Orr
  • Opie, John H.
  • Os-Osg
  • Osh-Osz
  • Ot-Ov
  • Ow-Oz
  • Pa-Paine
  • Pace, Frank
  • Painter-Palmer
  • Pakistan
  • Palmer, Dwight R.G.
  • Palmer, W.L.C. (Mrs.)
  • Palmd-Paq
  • Pandit, Vijya Lakshimi
  • Par-Parker
  • Parkham-Parn
  • Paro-Pas
Box 505
  • Pat-Patteq
  • Patman, Wright
  • Patterson
  • Pattes-Pau
  • Patton, James G.
  • Pauley, Edwin W.
  • Pav-Paz
  • Pe-Pec
  • Pearson, Drew
  • Pecora, Ferdinand
  • Ped-Pem
  • Pen-Penz
  • Peo-Perkins
  • Pepper, Claude
  • Perkinson, Perz
  • Perlman, Philip B.
  • Perlmeter, Irving
  • Pes-Petersi
  • Peters, Mize
  • Peterson-Pez
  • Petrillo, James C.
  • Petschek, Walter J.
  • Pfa-Phillipr
  • Phelps, Phelps
  • Philippines
  • Philippe, Claude C.
Box 506
  • Phillips-Phz
  • Pi-Pierce
  • Piercea-Pil
  • Pim-Piz
  • Pius XII, Pope
  • Pla-Plz
  • Pm-Pn
  • Po-Polk
  • Poling, Daniel
  • Poll-Polz
  • Pom-Popk
  • Popl-Por
  • Portugal
  • Pos-Pov
  • Potofsky, Jacob S.
  • Powell
  • Powella-Poz
  • Pra-Prh
  • Prendergast, Michael H.
  • Presidential Art Medals
  • Pri-Price
  • Price, Melvin
  • Pricf-Procs
  • Proctor-Prz
  • Pruden, Edward
Box 507
  • Ps-Pus
  • Puerto Rico
  • Put-Pz
  • Q
  • Quinn, Theodore J.
  • Ra-Raf
  • Radford, Arthur W.
  • Radio-TV
  • Rag-Ral
  • Ram-Randn
  • Ramsey, H.J.
  • Randall, William J.
  • Randolph-Rar
  • Rao, Paul P.
  • Ras-Rav
  • Raw-Raz
  • Ray, George McNeil
  • Rayburn, Sam
  • Re-Reb
  • Reader, Harold L.
  • Rec-Reece
  • Redding, John M.
  • Reed-Reeves
  • Ref-Reif
  • Regan, Phil
  • Reig-Reiz
Box 508
  • Rej-Res
  • Renfrow, Louis
  • Rentzel, Del
  • Ret-Rez
  • Reuther, Walter P.
  • Rh-Rhz
  • Rhee, Syngman
  • Ri-Richards
  • Ribicoff, Abraham
  • Richards, Paul C.
  • Richardson
  • Rich-Rico
  • Rid-Rik
  • Ridge, Albert A.
  • Rigdon, William, M.
  • Ridgway, Matthew, B.
  • Ril-Ritc
  • Ritd-Riz
  • Roa-Robert
  • Roach, Neale
  • Roberts
  • Roberts, Roy
  • Roberts, Samuel E.
  • Robertson-Robinsz
  • Robbins, Charles
  • Robint-Rod
  • Rodg-Rof
Box 509
  • Rog-Rogz
  • Roh-Ron
  • Rolvaag, Karl F.
  • Romulo, Carlos P.
  • Roo-Ror
  • Roosevelt, Eleanor
  • Roosevelt, Franklin D., Jr.
  • Roosevelt, James
  • Rosa-Rosem
  • Rosee, Irvin N.
  • Rosen-Rosene
  • Rosenberg, Anna M.
  • Rosenblum, Harry Truman
  • Rosenblum, Hyman
  • Rosenf-Rosr
  • Rosenman, Samuel I.
      [1 of 2, 1953-60]
      [2 of 2, 1961-70]
  • Ross-Rosz
  • Rota-Rotz
  • Rothberg, Samuel
  • Rou-Rowland
  • Rowl-Roz
  • Rowley, James J.
  • Royall, Kenneth C.
Box 510
  • Ru-Ruc
  • Rud-Rur
  • Rus-Russell
  • Rusk, Dean
  • Russd-Ruz
  • Ry-Rz
  • Ryan, George W.
  • Saa-Sah
  • Sachar, A.L.
  • Sachs, Alex F.
  • Sai-Salm
  • St. Laurent, Louis
  • Salomon, Sidney
  • Saln-Sam
  • Sammons, Wheeler
  • San-Sanders
  • Sandersa-Sang
  • Sands, John
  • Sang, Philip D.
  • Sanh-Sat
  • Sau-Sauz
  • Saunders, George M.
  • Sav-Sb
  • Sawyer, Charles
Box 511
  • Sca-Scaz
  • Scb-Schall
  • Schalk-Schell
  • Schary, Dore
  • Schel-Schk
  • Schindler, Alfred
  • Schl-Schmidt
  • Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr.
  • Schlesinger, Peter
  • Schlosser, Louis L., Jr.
  • Schmidt, Frederick J.
  • Schmidtla-Schod
  • Schoe-Schq
  • Schools
  • Schr-Schul
  • Schulz, Robert L.
  • Schum-Schwartz
  • Schwartza-Schz
  • Schwimmer, Harry I.
  • Sci-Scoc
  • Scotland
  • Scott
  • Scott, W. Kerr
  • Scotta-Scz
Box 512
  • Screen Gems, Inc.
  • Sea-Seb
  • Sec-Seh
  • Secret Service (Truman Detail)
  • Sei-Sek
  • Sel-Selz
  • Seldes, Timothy
  • Sellers, James M.
  • Sem-Seru
  • Sermon, William
  • Serv-Sez
  • Sg-Shak
  • Shapiro, S.O.
  • She-Shef
  • Sheg-Shel
  • Shem-Sheq
  • Sheppard, A.D.
  • Sher-Shez
  • Sherman, Thomas B.
  • Sherwood, Robert E.
  • Shia-Shl
  • Shoa-Shg
  • Shoemaker, Floyd C.
  • Short, Beth
Box 513
  • Shr-Shz
  • Si-Siegel
  • Siegelman-Silvd
  • Silver-Siml
  • Simm-Simo
  • Simon and Schuster
  • Simmons, John F.
  • Simms-Simpr
  • Simpson-Simz
  • Sin-Siz
  • Ska-Skz
  • Sla-Slh
  • Slater, Harold M.
      [1 of 2, 1953-59]
      [2 of 2, 1960-73]
  • Sli-Slz
  • Sma-Smis
  • Small, Phillip
  • Smalley, Walter B.
  • Smathers, George
  • Smith
      [1 of 7, A-C]
Box 514
      [2 of 7, D-G]
      [3 of 7, H-K]
      [4 of 7, L]
      [5 of 7, M-P]
      [6 of 7, R-S]
      [7 of 7, T-Z]
  • Smith, Arthur Clarendon
  • Smith, Bryce B.
  • Smith, John A. (Jack)
  • Smith, Robert B. ("Gunboat")
  • Smith, Walter Bedell
  • Smitha-Snh
  • Sni-Snz
  • Snyder, Floyd
  • Snyder, John W.
  • Soa-Sol
  • Sollins, Samuel
  • Som-Soq
  • Sor-Soz
  • Sosland, Ben
  • Souers, Sidney W.
Box 515
  • Spa-Sped
  • Spain
  • Sparkman, John
  • Spee-Sph
  • Spia-Spiz
  • Spingarn, Stephen J.
  • Spj-Ss
  • Splain, Maurice
  • Spottswood, John M.
  • St-Stae
  • Stack (Harvey, Joseph and Norman)
  • Staf-Stah
  • Stai-Stao
  • Stanton, Frank
  • Stap-Staz
  • Ste-Steim
  • Steelman, John R.
  • Stein-Steinz
  • Steinbeck, John
  • Stel-Sterling
  • Stephens, A.J.
  • Stephens, Joseph F.
  • Sterm-Sterz
  • Stes-Steward
  • Stevenson, Adlai E.
Box 516
  • Stewart
  • Stewart, Russell
  • Stia-Stiz
  • Sto-Stol
  • Stom-Stoz
  • Stowe, David H.
  • Str-Straur
  • Straus-Strauss
  • Straw-Strh
  • Streit, Clarence K.
  • Stria-Strz
  • Strickler, T.J.
  • Sts-Stz
  • Su-Sullivan [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Sullivan [2 of 2, I-Z]-Sulz
  • Sulzberger, Arthur H.
  • Sum-Sus
  • Summer, Grace/Adda
  • Sut-Suz
  • Sv-Swed
  • Swer-Swez
Box 517
  • Swf-Sz
  • Swoyer, James F. (Mr./Mrs.)
  • Symington, W. Stuart
      [1 of 2, 1953-60]
      [2 of 2, 1961-72]
  • Ta-Talb
  • Talc-Tap
  • Talge, H.J.
  • Tallman, Frank J.
  • Taq-Tax
  • Tay-Taylor [1 of 3, A-H]
  • Taylor
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
      [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • Taylor, Carol
  • Taylor, Myron
  • Taylor, Preston C.
  • Taylor, Telford
  • Te-Tem
  • Ten-Tg
  • Tha-Thiz
  • Thacker, John H.
  • Theis, Frank G.
  • Tho-Thomas [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Thomas [2 of 2, I-Z]-Thomasz
  • Thomb-Thompson [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Thompson, Edward K.
Box 518
  • Thompson [2 of 2, I-Z]-Thon
  • Thora-Thuz
  • Thurman, Samuel
  • Tia-Tik
  • Tiernan, L. Curtis
  • Til-Tim
  • Tin-Tnz
  • To-Tok
  • Tol-Tom
  • Tona-Toz
  • Tra-Traz
  • Tranin, Earl J.
  • Trea-Trs
  • Tru-Trz
  • Truman, C.R.
  • Truman, John
  • Truman, J.C.
  • Truman, Louis W.
  • Truman, Mary Jane
  • Truman, J.V. (family)
  • Truman, Ralph E.
  • Tsa-Tuq
  • Tubby, Roger
  • Tucker, Charles
  • Tucker, Raymond R.
  • Tuohy, Walter J.
  • Tura-Turneq
  • Turkey
Box 519
  • Turner
  • Turnf-Tuz
  • TWA-Tz
  • Tydings, Millard E.
  • Ua-Um
  • Uhlmann, Paul
  • Uihlein (Robert/Erwin)
  • UN-Uniu
  • Univ-Uz
  • Va-Vand
  • Vaccaro, Ernest B. (Tony)
  • Van Ackeren, Maurice E.
  • Vane-Vanm
  • Vann-Vaq
  • Var-Vaz
  • Van Sant (Thomas/James)
  • Vaughan, Harry H.
      [1 of 3, 1953-59]
      [2 of 3, 1960-63]
      [3 of 3, 1964-72]
  • Vea-Vez
  • Veatch, N.T.
  • Velky, Mike
Box 520
  • Via-Viz
  • Vile, Hy
  • Vince, Harold
  • Vl-Vond
  • Vone-Vz
  • Wa-Wagner
  • Wagner, Elmer W.
  • Wagner, Robert F.
  • Wagoner-Walkd
  • Walker-Walkup
  • Walker, Frank C.
  • Wall-Wallace
  • Wallace, David
  • Wallace, Fred
  • Wallace, Lew
  • Wallach-Walsh
  • Waller, W.J.
  • Wallgren, Mon C.
  • Walshi-Wan
  • War-Ward
  • Ward, Charles A.
  • Warda-Warner
  • Warnf-Warz
  • Warren, Earl
  • Warren, W.H.
Box 521
  • Wasa-Wasz
  • Washington Institute of Foreign Affairs
  • Wat-Watkins
  • Watkinson-Wats
  • Watson, Anna
  • Watson, Thomas J.
  • Watt-Waz
  • We-Weaz
  • Weatherford, Robert P.
  • Webb
  • Webb, Roy H.
  • Webber-Weber
  • Webster-Wehr
  • Wei-Weinberg
  • Weinberg, Benjamin F.
  • Weinberger-Weiq
  • Weir-Weiz
  • Wek-Wellr
  • Wells
  • Wells, W. Gates
  • Welm-Wenz
  • Wentworth Military Academy
  • Wepr-West
  • Westa-Wez
  • West Publishing Company
  • Wha-Whez
Box 522
  • Wheeler, Burton K.
  • Wheeler, John N.
  • Wheeler-Bennett, Sir John
  • Whia-White [1 of 3, A-H]
  • White
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
      [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • White, Eugene E.
  • White, Walter
  • Whitea-Whz
  • Whitehair, Francis P.
  • Wia-Wilcox
  • Wild-Wilk
  • Will-Williams [1 of 2, A-H]
  • Williams [2 of 2, I-Z]
  • Williams, Harrison A. (Pete)
  • Williams, Mennen G.
  • Williams, Ransome J.
  • Williamsburg-Wiln
  • Wilson
      [1 of 3, A-D]
Box 523
      [2 of 3, E-L]
      [3 of 3, M-Z]
  • Wim-Winn
  • Wino-Wir
  • Wis-Wiz
  • Wj-Wolfd
  • Wolfe-Wolff
  • Wolffe-Won
  • Wood
  • Wooda-Woods
  • Woods, Edward
  • Woods, Richard H. (Dick)
  • Woodson-Wooz
  • Woodward, Stanley
  • Wor-Woz
  • World Publishing Company
  • Wr-Wt
  • Wu-Wz
  • Wyatt, Wilson W.
  • X
  • Ya-Yaz
  • Yarbourough, Ralph W.
  • Ye-Yez
Box 524
  • Yeager, Randolph O.
  • Yeh, George K.C. (Mr./Mrs.)
  • Yeldell, Thomas J.
  • Yi-Youm
  • Youndt
  • Young
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
      [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • Young, Stephen M.
  • Younga-Yz
  • Youngblood, Rufus
  • Za-Zh
  • Zi-Zummerl
  • Zimmerman-Zn
  • Zo-Zz
    BIRTHDAY CORRESPONDENCE FILE
Box 525
  • 1953
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-P]
      [3 of 3, Q-Z]
  • 1954
      [1 of 5, A-H]
      [2 of 5, I-P]
      [3 of 5, Q-Z]
      [4 of 5, Birthday Contributions]
      [5 of 5, Birthday Contributions]
Box 526
  • 1955
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-P]
      [3 of 3, Q-Z]
  • 1956
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-P]
      [3 of 3, Q-Z]
  • 1957
      [1 of 3, A-H]
Box 527
      [2 of 3, I-P]
      [3 of 3, Q-Z]
  • 1958
      [1 of 4, A-H]
      [2 of 4, I-P]
      [3 of 4, Q-Z]
      [4 of 4, Birthday--General]
  • 1959
      [1 of 10, Cards--Miscellaneous Letters]
      [2 of 10, Cards--Miscellaneous Letters]
Box 528
      [3 of 10, Mailed Cards/Telegrams]
      [4 of 10, Card Acknowledgements]
      [5 of 10, Mailed Cards--Organizations]
      [6 of 10, Mailed Cards-Mayors]
      [7 of 10, A-H]
      [8 of 10, A-H]
      [9 of 10, I-P]
Box 529
      [10 of 10, Q-Z]
  • 1960
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-P]
      [3 of 3, Q-Z]
  • 1961
      [1 of 7, A-C]
      [2 of 7, D-F]
      [3 of 7, G-J]
      [4 of 7, K-L]
      [5 of 7, M-Q]
Box 530
      [6 of 7, R-S]
      [7 of 7, T-Z]
  • 1962
      [1 of 6, A-D]
      [2 of 6, E-H]
      [3 of 6, I-Q]
      [4 of 6, R-Z]
      [5 of 6, Foreign Greetings]
      [6 of 6, News Clippings]
  • 1963
      [1 of 10, A-D]
Box 531
      [2 of 10, E-G]
      [3 of 10, H-K]
      [4 of 10, L-R]
      [5 of 10, S-Z]
      [6 of 10, Birthday--General]
      [7 of 10, Received Cards--Acknowledgements, A-H]
      [8 of 10, Received Cards--Acknowledgements, I-Q]
      [9 of 10, Received Cards--Acknowledgements, R-Z]
      [10 of 10, Press Clippings]
  • 1964
      [1 of 19, A-H]
Box 532
      [2 of 19, A-H]
      [3 of 19, I-Q]
      [4 of 19, I-Q]
      [5 of 19, R-Z]
      [6 of 19, R-Z]
      [7 of 19, Farmers Tribute to President Truman]
      [8 of 19, Correspondence--Extra Copies]
      [9 of 19, Correspondence for Booklet]
      [10 of 19, Birthday--Foreign Tributes]
Box 533
      [11 of 19, Newspaper Clippings--Correspondence]
      [12 of 19, Newspaper Clippings--Correspondence]
      [13 of 19, Tributes-Ambassadors]
      [14 of 19, Tributes-Congressmen]
      [15 of 19, Tributes-Department of Agriculture Officials]
      [16 of 19, Tributes-Former Cabinet/White House Staff Members]
      [17 of 19, Tributes-Government Officials and Supreme Court Justices]
      [18 of 19, Tributes--Miscellaneous]
      [19 of 19, U.S. Senate]
Box 534
  • 1965
      [1 of 14, A-B]
      [2 of 14, C-F]
      [3 of 14, G-K]
      [4 of 14, L-M]
      [5 of 14, N-R]
      [6 of 14, S]
      [7 of 14, T-Z]
      [8 of 14, Foreign Tributes]
      [9 of 14, Birthday, A-H]
      [10 of 14, Birthday, I-Q]
      [11 of 14 , Birthday, R-Z]
Box 535
      [12 of 14, Letters Tom Evans Wanted Acknowledged]
      [13 of 14, Lists--Contributions to Library]
      [14 of 14, Miscellaneous Materials]
  • 1966
      [1 of 11, A-B]
      [2 of 11, C-E]
      [3 of 11, F-G]
      [4 of 11, H-J]
      [5 of 11, K-L]
      [6 of 11, Mn-M]
      [7 of 11, N-R]
      [8 of 11, S]
Box 536
      [9 of 11, T-Z]
      [10 of 11, Birthday--Extra Copies]
      [11 of 11, Miscellaneous--Clippings, Pictures, Etc.]
  • 1967
      [1 of 16, A]
      [2 of 16, B]
      [3 of 16, C]
      [4 of 16, D]
Box 537
      [5 of 16, F-G]
      [6 of 16, H]
      [7 of 16, I-K]
      [8 of 16, L-Md]
      [9 of 16, Me-O]
      [10 of 16, P-R]
Box 538
      [11 of 16, S]
      [12 of 16, T-V]
      [13 of 16, W-Wh]
      [14 of 16, Wi-Z]
      [15 of 16, Miscellaneous]
      [16 of 16, Schools]
Box 539
  • 1968
      [1 of 34, A-C]
      [2 of 34, D-F]
      [3 of 34, G-I]
      [4 of 34, J-K]
      [5 of 34, L-O]
      [6 of 34, P-R]
      [7 of 34, S]
      [8 of 34, T-Z]
      [9 of 34, Miscellaneous]
Box 540
      [10 of 34, Received Engraved Card, A]
      [11 of 34, Received Engraved Card, B]
      [12 of 34, Received Engraved Card, C]
      [13 of 34, Received Engraved Card, D]
      [14 of 34, Received Engraved Card, E]
      [15 of 34, Received Engraved Card, F]
      [16 of 34, Received Engraved Card, G]
Box 541
      [17 of 34, Received Engraved Card, H]
      [18 of 34, Received Engraved Card, I]
      [19 of 34, Received Engraved Card, J]
      [20 of 34, Received Engraved Card, K]
      [21 of 34, Received Engraved Card, L]
      [22 of 34, Received Engraved Card, M]
Box 542
      [23 of 34, Received Engraved Card, N]
      [24 of 34, Received Engraved Card, O]
      [25 of 34, Received Engraved Card, P]
      [26 of 34, Received Engraved Card, Q]
      [27 of 34, Received Engraved Card, R]
      [28 of 34, Received Engraved Card, S]
      [29 of 34, Received Engraved Card, T]
      [30 of 34, Received Engraved Card, U]
      [31 of 34, Received Engraved Card, V]
      [32 of 34, Received Engraved Card, W]
      [33 of 34, Received Engraved Card, Y]
      [34 of 34, Received Engraved Card, Z]
Box 543
  • 1969
      [1 of 12, A-B]
      [2 of 12, C-D]
      [3 of 12, E-F]
      [4 of 12, G-H]
      [5 of 12, I-L]
      [6 of 12, M-O]
      [7 of 12, P-R]
      [8 of 12, S]
      [9 of 12, T-Z]
Box 544
      [10 of 12, Miscellaneous]
      [11 of 12, Resolutions]
      [12 of 12, Schools
Box 545
  • 1970
      [1 of 14, A-B]
      [2 of 14, C-D]
      [3 of 14, E-F]
      [4 of 14, G-H]
      [5 of 14, Schools]
Box 546
      [6 of 14, I-L]
      [7 of 14, M-O]
      [8 of 14, P-Q]
      [9 of 14, R-Sh]
      [10 of 14, Si-Sz]
      [11 of 14, T-V]
      [12 of 14, W-Z]
      [13 of 14, Miscellaneous--Clippings]
Box 547
      [14 of 14, Schools]
  • 1971
      [1 of 12, A-C]
      [2 of 12, D-E]
      [3 of 12, F-G]
      [4 of 12, H-K]
Box 548
      [5 of 12, L-N]
      [6 of 12, O-R]
      [7 of 12, S-T]
      [8 of 12, U-Z]
      [9 of 12, Miscellaneous]
      [10 of 12, Schools]
Box 549
      [11 of 12, Schools]
Box 550
      [12 of 12, Schools]
  • 1972
      [1 of 12, A-B]
      [2 of 12, C-D]
      [3 of 12, E-F]
      [4 of 12, G-I]
Box 551
      [5 of 12, J-L]
      [6 of 12, M]
      [7 of 12, N-R]
      [8 of 12, S]
      [9 of 12, T]
      [10 of 12, U-Z]
      [11 of 12, Miscellaneous--Clippings]
      [12 of 12, Schools]
Box 552
  • Birthday Greetings with Library Contributions, 1965, A-C
Box 553
  • Birthday Greetings with Library Contributions, 1965, D-G
Box 554
  • Birthday Greetings with Library Contributions, 1965, H-L
Box 555
  • Birthday Greetings with Library Contributions, 1965, M-P
Box 556
  • Birthday Greetings with Library Contributions, 1965, Q-S
Box 557
  • Birthday Greetings with Library Contributions, 1965, T-Z
Box 558
  • Birthday Greetings--Album, Oversized, 1959
Box 559
  • Birthday Greetings--Album, Oversized, 1960
Box 560
  • Birthday Greetings--Album, Oversized, 1961
Box 561
  • Birthday Greetings--Album, Oversized, 1962
Box 562
  • Birthday Greetings--Album, Oversized, 1963
Box 563
  • Birthday Greetings--Masonic--Album, Oversized, 1963
Box 564
  • Birthday Greetings--Commemorative--Album--Talge, Henry Oversized, 1963
    CHRISTMAS CORRESPONDENCE FILE
Box 565
  • 1953
      [1 of 2, Acknowledgements, A-L]
Box 566
      [2 of 2, Acknowledgements, Mc-P]
  • 1954
      [1 of 2, Cards and Letters, A-H]
Box 567
      [2 of 2, Cards and Letters, I-P]
  • 1955
      [1 of 2, Cards and Letters, A-H]
Box 568
      [2 of 2, Cards and Letters, I-P]
  • 1956
      [1 of 2, Cards and Letters, D-H]
Box 569
      [2 of 2, Cards and Letters, I-Z]
Box 570
  • 1957
      [1 of 2, Cards and Letters, A-M]
Box 571
      [2 of 2, Cards and Letters, N-Z]
  • 1958
      [1 of 3, Cards and Letters, A-H]
      [2 of 3, Cards and Letters, I-Q]
      [3 of 3, Cards and Letters, R-Z]
Box 572
  • 1959
      [1 of 4, Cards and Letters, A-H]
      [2 of 4, Cards and Letters, I-Q]
      [3 of 4, Cards and Letters, R-Z]
      [4 of 4, Cards and Letters, Foreign]
  • 1960
      [1 of 9, Cards and Letters, A-C]
      [2 of 9, Cards and Letters, D-F]
      [3 of 9, Cards and Letters, G-H]
Box 573
      [4 of 9, Cards and Letters, J-L]
      [5 of 9, Cards and Letters, Mc-M]
      [6 of 9, Cards and Letters, N-R]
      [7 of 9, Cards and Letters, S]
      [8 of 9, Cards and Letters, T-Z]
      [9 of 9, Cards and Letters, Foreign]
Box 574
  • 1961
      [1 of 4, Cards and Letters, A-H]
      [2 of 4, Cards and Letters, I-N]
      [3 of 4, Cards and Letters, O-Z]
      [4 of 4, Cards and Letters, Foreign]
  • 1962
      [1 of 4, Cards and Letters, A-H]
      [2 of 4, Cards and Letters, I-P]
      [3 of 4, Cards and Letters, Q-Z]
      [4 of 4, Cards and Letters, Foreign]
Box 575
  • 1963
      [1 of 4, Cards and Letters, A-C]
      [2 of 4, Cards and Letters, D-H]
      [3 of 4, Cards and Letters, I-P]
      [4 of 4, Cards and Letters, Q-Z]
  • 1964
      [1 of 10, Cards and Letters, A-B]
      [2 of 10, Cards and Letters, C-D]
Box 576
      [3 of 10, Cards and Letters, E-G]
      [4 of 10, Cards and Letters, H-K]
      [5 of 10, Cards and Letters, L-McA]
      [6 of 10, Cards and Letters, M-Q]
      [7 of 10, Cards and Letters, R-S]
      [8 of 10, Cards and Letters, T-Z]
      [9 of 10, Cards and Letters, Foreign]
      [10 of 10, Acknowledgements--Extra Copies]
Box 577
  • 1965
      [1 of 11, Cards and Letters, A-B]
      [2 of 11, Cards and Letters, C-D]
      [3 of 11, Cards and Letters, E-G]
      [4 of 11, Cards and Letters, H-I]
      [5 of 11, Cards and Letters, J-L]
      [6 of 11, Cards and Letters, Mc-M]
      [7 of 11, Cards and Letters, N-R]
Box 578
      [8 of 11, Cards and Letters, S]
      [9 of 11, Cards and Letters, T-Z]
      [10 of 11, Cards and Letters, Foreign]
      [11 of 11, Acknowledgements--Extra Copies]
  • 1966
      [1 of 18, Cards and Letters, A]
      [2 of 18, Cards and Letters, B]
      [3 of 18, Cards and Letters, C]
      [4 of 18, Cards and Letters, D]
      [5 of 18, Cards and Letters, E-F]
      [6 of 18, Cards and Letters, G]
      [7 of 18, Cards and Letters, Ha-Hd]
Box 579
      [8 of 18, Cards and Letters, He-I]
      [9 of 18, Cards and Letters, J-K]
      [10 of 18, Cards and Letters, L]
      [11 of 18, Cards and Letters, M-Md]
      [12 of 18, Cards and Letters, Me-N]
      [13 of 18, Cards and Letters, O-Q]
      [14 of 18, Cards and Letters, R-Sd]
      [15 of 18, Cards and Letters, Se-Sz]
      [16 of 18, Cards and Letters, T-V]
      [17 of 18, Cards and Letters, W-Z]
      [18 of 18, Cards and Letters, Foreign]
Box 580
  • 1967
      [1 of 10, Cards and Letters, A-C]
      [2 of 10, Cards and Letters, D-F]
      [3 of 10, Cards and Letters, G-H]
      [4 of 10, Cards and Letters, I-L]
      [5 of 10, Cards and Letters, M-N]
      [6 of 10, Cards and Letters, O-Q]
      [7 of 10, Cards and Letters, R]
Box 581
      [8 of 10, Cards and Letters, S]
      [9 of 10, Cards and Letters, T-U]
      [10 of 10, Cards and Letters, V-Z]
  • 1968
      [1 of 13, Cards and Letters, A-B]
      [2 of 13, Cards and Letters, C-D]
      [3 of 13, Cards and Letters, E-F]
      [4 of 13, Cards and Letters, G]
      [5 of 13, Cards and Letters, H-I]
      [6 of 13, Cards and Letters, J-L]
      [7 of 13, Cards and Letters, M]
Box 582
      [8 of 13, Cards and Letters, N-Q]
      [9 of 13, Cards and Letters, R]
      [10 of 13, Cards and Letters, S]
      [11 of 13, Cards and Letters, T-Z]
      [12 of 13, Cards and Letters, Foreign]
      [13 of 13, Cards and Letters, Miscellaneous]
  • 1969
      [1 of 14, Cards and Letters, A-B]
      [2 of 14, Cards and Letters, C]
      [3 of 14, Cards and Letters, D]
      [4 of 14, Cards and Letters, E-F]
      [5 of 14, Cards and Letters, G-H]
Box 583
      [6 of 14, Cards and Letters, I-Ke]
      [7 of 14, Cards and Letters, Ki-Kz]
      [8 of 14, Cards and Letters, L-Mc]
      [9 of 14, Cards and Letters, Md-O]
      [10 of 14, Cards and Letters, P]
      [11 of 14, Cards and Letters, R]
      [12 of 14, Cards and Letters, S-Ss]
      [13 of 14, Cards and Letters, St-U]
      [14 of 14, Cards and Letters, V-Z]
Box 584
  • 1970
      [1 of 12, Cards and Letters, A-C]
      [2 of 12, Cards and Letters, D-E]
      [3 of 12, Cards and Letters, F-G]
      [4 of 12, Cards and Letters, H]
      [5 of 12, Cards and Letters, I-K]
      [6 of 12, Cards and Letters, L-Ma]
      [7 of 12, Cards and Letters, Mc-Mz]
      [8 of 12, Cards and Letters, N-Q]
      [9 of 12, Cards and Letters, R]
Box 585
      [10 of 12, Cards and Letters, S]
      [11 of 12, Cards and Letters, T-Z]
      [12 of 12, Cards and Letters, Miscellaneous]
  • 1971
      [1 of 12, Cards and Letters, A-C]
      [2 of 12, Cards and Letters, D-F]
      [3 of 12, Cards and Letters, G-H]
Box 586
      [4 of 12, Cards and Letters, I-M]
      [5 of 12, Cards and Letters, N-Q]
      [6 of 12, Cards and Letters, R-S]
      [7 of 12, Cards and Letters, T-Z]
      [8 of 12, Cards and Letters, Miscellaneous]
      [9 of 12, Cards and Letters, Christmas Cards--Miscellaneous]
      [10 of 12, Cards and Letters, Christmas Cards--Miscellaneous]
      [11 of 12, Cards and Letters, Christmas Cards--Miscellaneous]
      [12 of 12, Cards and Letters, Christmas Cards--Miscellaneous]
Box 587
  • 1972
      [1 of 13, Correspondence and Cards]
      [2 of 13, Cards--Miscellaneous]
      [3 of 13, Cards--Miscellaneous]
      [4 of 13, Cards Held for Mrs. Truman]
      [5 of 13, Cards Held for Mrs. Truman]
      [6 of 13, Cards Held for Mrs. Truman]
Box 588
      [7 of 13, Cards and Letters, A-C]
      [8 of 13, Cards and Letters, D-F]
      [9 of 13, Cards and Letters, G-H]
      [10 of 13, Cards and Letters, I-L]
      [11 of 13, Cards and Letters, M-Q]
      [12 of 13, Cards and Letters, R-T]
      [13 of 13, Cards and Letters, U-Z]
    WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CORRESPONDENCE FILE
Box 589
  • 40th Anniversary, 1959
  • 41st Anniversary, 1960
  • 42nd Anniversary, 1961
  • 43rd Anniversary, 1962
  • 44th Anniversary, 1963
  • 45th Anniversary, 1964
  • 46th Anniversary, 1965
  • 49th Anniversary, 1968
  • 50th Anniversary, 1969
      [1 of 24, A]
      [2 of 24, B]
      [3 of 24, C]
Box 590
      [4 of 24, D-E]
      [5 of 24, F]
      [6 of 24, G]
      [7 of 24, Ha-He]
      [8 of 24, Hi-Hz]
      [9 of 24, I-J]
      [10 of 24, K-L]
Box 591
      [11 of 24, M-McD]
      [12 of 24, McE-Mz]
      [13 of 24, N-Pa]
      [14 of 24, Pb-Q]
      [15 of 24, R-Ri]
      [16 of 24, Rj-Rz]
      [17 of 24, Sa-Sd]
      [18 of 24, Se-Sm]
      [19 of 24, Sn-Sz]
Box 592
      [20 of 24, T-V]
      [21 of 24, W-Wh]
      [22 of 24, Wi-Z]
      [23 of 24, Miscellaneous]
      [24 of 24, Wrong Date/Belated]
  • 51st Anniversary, 1970
      [1 of 3, A-G]
      [2 of 3, H-Q]
Box 593
      [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • 52nd Anniversary, 1971
      [1 of 7, A-D]
      [2 of 7, E-I]
      [3 of 7, J-L]
      [4 of 7, M]
      [5 of 7, N-R]
      [6 of 7, S]
      [7 of 7, T-Z]
  • 53rd Anniversary, 1972
      [1 of 2, A-L]
      [2 of 2, M-Z]
    GREETING CARD FILE (UNACKNOWLEDGED)
Box 594
  • "Get Well" Cards, 1954
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
Box 595
  • "Get Well" Cards, 1971
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • "Get Well" Cards, July, 1972
  • "Get Well" Cards, December, 1972
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
Box 596
  • Birthday, 1961
  • Birthday, 1965
  • Birthday, 1966
  • Birthday, 1970
Box 597
  • Birthday, 1971
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Birthday, 1972
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 50th Wedding Anniversary, 1969
Box 598
  • Christmas, 1965
  • Christmas, 1970
  • Christmas, 1971
  • Christmas, 1972
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
    ILLNESS CORRESPONDENCE FILE
Box 599
  • 1954
      [1 of 33, A]
      [2 of 33, B]
      [3 of 33, C]
      [4 of 33, Contributions for the Library]
      [5 of 33, D]
      [6 of 33, E]
      [7 of 33, F]
      [8 of 22, Flowers and Gifts]
      [9 of 33, G]
Box 600
      [10 of 33, H]
      [11 of 33, I]
      [12 of 33, J]
      [13 of 33, K]
      [14 of 33, L]
      [15 of 33, Labor]
      [16 of 33, M]
      [17 of 33, Mc]
      [18 of 33, Masonic]
      [19 of 33, N]
      [20 of 33, O]
      [21 of 33, P]
      [22 of 33, Political]
      [23 of 33, Q]
      [24 of 33, R]
Box 601
      [25 of 33, S]
      [26 of 33, T]
      [27 of 33, U]
      [28 of 33, V]
      [29 of 33, W]
      [30 of 33, XYZ]
      [31 of 33, Newspaper Clippings]
      [32 of 33, No Addresses for Correspondence]
      [33 of 33, Telegrams]
Box 602
  • 1963
      [1 of 6, A-H]
      [2 of 6, I-Q]
      [3 of 6, R-Z]
      [4 of 6, Received Cards for Acknowledgement, A-H]
      [5 of 6, Received Cards for Acknowledgement, I-Q]
      [6 of 6, Received Cards for Acknowledgement, R-Z]
  • 1964
      [1 of 9, Accident, A-D]
      [2 of 9, Accident, E-H]
Box 603
      [3 of 9, Accident, I-L]
      [4 of 9, Accident, M-Q]
      [5 of 9, Accident, R-S]
      [6 of 9, Accident, T-Z]
      [7 of 9, Accident--Miscellaneous Correspondence]
      [8 of 9, Accident--Foreign Correspondence]
      [9 of 9, Accident--Extra Copies]
  • 1966
      [1 of 4, A-F]
      [2 of 4, G-K]
      [3 of 4, L-Z]
      [4 of 4, Press Clippings]
Box 604
  • 1969
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-Z]
      [3 of 3, Miscellaneous Correspondence]
  • 1971
      [1 of 17, A-B]
      [2 of 17, C-D]
      [3 of 17, E-F]
      [4 of 17, G]
      [5 of 17, H]
      [6 of 17, I-K]
      [7 of 17, L]
      [8 of 17, M-N]
      [9 of 17, O-Q]
      [10 of 17, R]
      [11 of 17, S]
Box 605
      [12 of 17, T-Z]
      [13 of 17, Miscellaneous--Clippings, Cards, Etc.]
      [14 of 17, Miscellaneous--Clippings, Cards, Etc.]
      [15 of 17, Miscellaneous--Clippings, Cards, Etc.]
      [16 of 17, Miscellaneous--Clippings, Cards, Etc.]
      [17 of 17, Miscellaneous--Clippings, Cards, Etc.]
Box 606
  • 1972
      [1 of 7, Cards, A-H]
      [2 of 7, Cards, I-Q]
      [3 of 7, Cards, R-Z]
      [4 of 7, Correspondence, A-H]
      [5 of 7, Correspondence, I-Z]
      [6 of 7, Miscellaneous Correspondence]
      [7 of 7, Miscellaneous Correspondence]
Box 607
  • Final Illness, December, 1972
      [1 of 3, A-M]
      [2 of 3, N-Z]
      [3 of 3, Press Releases--Kansas City, Missouri--Research Hospital]
    CORRESPONDENCE RELATING TO MARGARET TRUMAN, 1953-1972
Box 608
  • Correspondence Concerning Grandchild
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Person to Person Broadcast
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Engagement to Clifton Daniel
  • Margaret Truman--Clippings
  • J. Vivian Truman
Box 609
  • Correspondence, Alphabetical
      [1 of 25, A]
      [2 of 25, B]
      [3 of 25, C]
      [4 of 25, D]
      [5 of 25, E]
      [6 of 25, F]
Box 610
      [7 of 25, G]
      [8 of 25, H]
      [9 of 25, I]
      [10 of 25, J]
      [11 of 25, K]
      [12 of 25, L]
      [13 of 25, Mc]
      [14 of 25, M]
      [15 of 25, N]
      [16 of 25, O]
Box 611
      [17 of 25, P]
      [18 of 25, Q]
      [19 of 25, R]
      [20 of 25, S]
      [21 of 25, T]
      [22 of 25, U]
      [23 of 25, V]
      [24 of 25, W]
      [25 of 25, XYZ]
    BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1953-66
Box 612
  • Biographical Correspondence, 1953-59 [includes documents added in 2011]
  • Booklets and Clippings [includes documents added in 2011]
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Biographical Correspondence, 1960-63
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Biographical--Correspondence, 1964-66
    LISTS OF BOOKS AND PHOTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHED, 1957-72
Box 613
  • Books and Booklets [includes documents added in 2011]
  • The Man From Missouri
  • Memoirs
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Mr. Citizen
  • Photographs
      [1 of 2]
Box 614
      [2 of 2]
  • Public Papers of the Presidents
  • Truman Speaks
  • Books Inscribed to President and Mrs. Harry S. Truman
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
    FOREIGN RELATIONS SERIES FILE, 1954-56
Box 615
  • State Department
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Correspondence Between Harry S. Truman and G. Bernard Noble
  • Correspondence Between Harry S. Truman and Bernard Baruch
    MR. CITIZEN FILE
Box 616
  • Harry S. Truman--Years of Decision
  • Manuscript--Annotations by Harry S. Truman, Chapters 1-9
  • Manuscript--Annotations by Harry S. Truman 10-19
  • Manuscript--Drafts
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
Box 617
      [4 of 4]
  • Miscellaneous Notes and Correspondence
  • Newspaper Articles by Harry S. Truman
  • Taped interviews with President Truman Conducted by David Noyes and William Hillman, 1959
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
    CONGRATULATORY LETTERS ON LEAVING OFFICE, JANUARY, 1953
Box 618
  • A-B
  • C-E
  • F-H
  • I-M
  • N-S
  • T-Z and Miscellaneous
    HARRY DEXTER WHITE CASE, 1953
Box 619
  • Background Data on Case File
  • Letters Acknowledged
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-P]
      [3 of 3, Q-Z]
  • Political Correspondence in Support of President Truman
  • Replies to President Truman's Letters of Acknowledgement
  • College and University Correspondence
  • Memoranda, General
  • Newspaper Clippings
      [1 of 6]
Box 620
      [2 of 6]
      [3 of 6]
      [4 of 6]
      [5 of 6]
      [6 of 6]
Box 621
  • Memorandum for the File: Harry D. White Case
  • Unacknowledged Public Opinion Mail--Pro
      [1 of 7, Cuba, Canada, Denmark, England, Germany, Hawaii, Italy, Puerto Rico, Scotland]
      [2 of 7, California, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana]
      [3 of 7, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey]
      [4 of 7, New York]
      [5 of 7, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio]
      [6 of 7, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee]
      [7 of 7, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, District of Columbia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming]
  • Unacknowledged Public Opinion Mail--Con
      [1 of 3, A-M]
      [2 of 3, N-Z]
      [3 of 3, Cards and Telegrams]
    MASONIC FILE, 1953-73
Box 622
  • Correspondence--General
      [1 of 7, 1953-57]
      [2 of 7, 1958-60]
      [3 of 7, 1961-63]
      [4 of 7, 1964-65]
      [5 of 7, 1966-67]
      [6 of 7, 1968-69]
      [7 of 7, 1970-73]
Box 623
  • Correspondence--Missouri
      [1 of 7, 1953-67]
      [2 of 7, 1968-73]
      [3 of 7, Grandview Lodge]
      [4 of 7, Grandview Lodge--Booklets]
      [5 of 7, Kansas City]
      [6 of 7, St. Louis]
      [7 of 7, Southeast]
Box 624
  • Correspondence--Alphabetical--Galley Proofs of Lists of Masonic Leaders Proposed by Missouri Lodge of Research
      [1of 5, Claudy, Carl H.]
      [2 of 5, Denslow, Ray V.]
      [3 of 5, Marquis, George C.]
      [4 of 5, Mitchell, Orestes, Jr.]
      [5 of 5, Reader, Dr. Harold L.]
Box 625
  • Correspondence--State
      [1 of 29, California]
      [2 of 29, Connecticut]
      [3 of 29, Delaware]
      [4 of 29, District of Columbia]
      [5 of 29, Florida]
      [6 of 29, Georgia]
      [7 of 29, Illinois]
      [8 of 29, Iowa]
      [9 of 29, Kansas]
      [10 of 29, Kentucky]
      [11 of 29, Louisiana]
      [12 od 29, Massachusetts]
      [13 of 29, Michigan]
      [14 of 29, Minnesota]
      [15 of 29, Mississippi]
      [16 of 29, New Jersey]
      [17 of 29, New York]
      [18 of 29, North Carolina]
      [19 of 29, North Dakota]
      [20 of 29, Ohio]
      [21 of 29, Oklahoma]
      [22 of 29, Pennsylvania]
      [23 of 29, Texas]
      [24 of 29, Virginia]
      [25 of 29, West Virginia]
      [26 of 29, Wisconsin]
      [27 of 29, Greece]
      [28 of 29, Israel]
      [29 of 29, Philippines]
  • Miscellaneous--Leaflets and Pamphlets
  • Masonic Service Association
  • Presentation of 50-Year Pin [2011 accretion]
  • The Short Talk Bulletins--parts 1 and 2
  • George Washington-the Man and the Mason
    TELEVISION FILE, 1957-65
Box 626
  • Archivist's Note Re Television File
  • Transcript--Edward R. Murrow Interview with Harry S. Truman, 1957
  • Time for Decision
      [1 of 4, Episode I]
      [2 of 4, Episode I--HST Annotated Script]
      [3 of 4, Truman TV Atomic Sequences]
      [4 of 4, Truman TV Atomic Sequences] (duplicate)
Box 627
  • Ben Gradus Productions (Screen Gems, Inc.)
      [1 of 24, Correspondence and Notes]
      [2 of 24, Background Information (includes atomic energy)]
      [3 of 24, Reference Material--Press Releases]
      [4 of 24, Reference Material--Clippings and Articles]
      [5 of 24, Scripts Re HST Becoming President; Berlin Airlift; Marshall Plan]
      [6 of 24, Scripts Re Civil Rights; 1948 Campaign; UN; Foreign Policy]
      [7 of 24, Scripts--Harry S. Truman "Decision" Series]
Box 628
      [8 of 24, Scripts--Harry S. Truman "Decision" Series]
      [9 of 24, Scripts--Harry S. Truman "Decision" Series]
      [10 of 24, Scripts--Harry S. Truman "Decision" Series]
      [11 of 24, Script Drafts--Harry S. Truman "Decision" Series]
      [12 of 24, Script Drafts--Harry S. Truman "Decision" Series]
      [13 of 24, Script Drafts--Harry S. Truman "Decision" Series]
      [14 of 24, Script Drafts--Harry S. Truman "Decision" Series]
Box 629
      [15 of 24, "Decision" Series--Kansas City]
      [16 of 24, "Decision" Series--Public Comments--General]
      [17 of 24, "Decision" Series--TV and Radio Series]
      [18 of 24, "Decision" Series--Public Comments Re General MacArthur--General]
      [19 of 24, TV Program Re MacArthur--Comments Favorable]
      [20 of 24, TV Program Re MacArthur--Comments unfavorable, A-H]
      [21 of 24, TV Program Re MacArthur--Comments unfavorable, I-Q]
      [22 of 24, TV Program Re MacArthur--Comments unfavorable, R-Z]
      [23 of 24, TV Program on Berlin Airlift--Comments--Favorable]
      [24 of 24, TV Program on Berlin Airlift--Comments--Unfavorable]
    HARRY S. TRUMAN INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF PEACE, 1965-72
Box 630
  • International Center for Peace--Correspondence
  • Board of Trustees--Overseers
  • Board of Overseers Chairman (Earl Warren)
  • Center for the Advancement of Peace
      [1 of 2, News Clippings]
      [2 of 2, Contributions]
  • Copies of Original Letters Sent to Seymour Fishman-American Friends of the Hebrew University
  • Center for Peace-Seymour Fishman
  • Founders Correspondence--Center for Peace
  • Groundbreaking Ceremonies
      [1 of 3, Center for Peace, March 27, 1968]
      [2 of 3, Proposed Trip to Israel]
      [3 of 3, Center for Peace, July 11, 1966]
  • Hebrew University--Israel
      [1 of 2, Abraham Harman]
      [2 of 2, American Friends of, New York]
  • Inaugural Ceremony
      [1 of 3, Center for Peace, January 20, 1966]
Box 631
      [2 of 3, Center for Peace--Acceptance]
      [3 of 3, Center for Peace--Regrets]
  • Mount Scopus, Israel--Center for Peace
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-Q]
      [3 of 3, R-Z]
  • Personnel Data--Center for Peace
  • Preliminary Plans--Center for Peace
  • Requests for Literature
  • Rothberg, Samuel
  • Speeches--Copes Ready by Speakers at Ceremonies
  • Statements and Press Releases
    WILLIAM HILLMAN FILE, 1953-55
Box 632
  • A--The American Weekly
  • B--Book, Memoirs
  • C--Columbia Broadcasting System
  • D
  • E--Engagements Referred to Hillman
  • F--Farrar, Straus & Young, Inc.
  • G
  • H--Article by John Jersey on President Truman in New Yorker
  • I
  • J
  • K
  • L--List Numbered Copies of Mr. President
  • Life Magazine
  • Mc
  • M--Miscellaneous Correspondence
  • N--National Broadcasting Company
  • Noyes, David
  • O
  • P--Public Opinion
  • Q
  • R--Receipts
  • S--Schools
  • Simon & Schuster, Inc.
  • Stone, Martin
  • T--Television
  • Town Hall, Inc.
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • XYZ
    TRANSCRIPTS OF RECORDINGS FOR PROPOSED HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PRESIDENCY, 1787-1945. RECORDED, 1960-61
Box 633
  • 1960 Recording Session
      [1 of 18, June 29, Nos. 1-3]
      [2 of 18, July 26, Nos. 4-8]
      [3 of 18, July 27, Nos. 9-12]
      [4 of 18, July 28, Nos. 13-17]
      [5 of 18, July 30, Nos. 18-23]
      [6 of 18, August 11, Nos. 24-30]
      [7 of 18, August 12, Nos. 31-39]
Box 634
      [8 of 18, August 21-22, Nos. 40-45]
      [9 of 18, September 14, Nos. 46-48]
      [10 of 18, September 16, Nos. 49-52]
      [11 of 18, September 17, Nos. 53-56]
      [12 of 18, October 5, Nos. 57-61]
      [13 of 18, October 6, Nos. 62-65]
      [14 of 18, October 7, Nos. 66-72]
      [15 of 18, November 12, Nos. 73-78]
      [16 of 18, December 7, Nos. 79-83]
Box 635
      [17 of 18, December 8, Nos. 84-88]
      [18 of 18, December 26, Nos. 88A]
  • 1961 Recording Session
      [1 of 9, January 5, Nos. 89-98]
      [2 of 9, January 6, Nos. 99-104 (morning]
      [3 of 9, January 6, Nos. 105-109 (afternoon)]
      [4 of 9, January 7, Nos. 110-119]
      [5 of 9, January 8, Nos. 120-126]
      [6 of 9, January 27, Nos. 127-130]
      [7 of 9, January 29, Nos. 131-133]
      [8 of 9, January 31, Nos. 134-135]
      [9 of 9, February 2, Nos. 136-139]
    BOOK ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, 1953-71
Box 636
  • Book Information--Thank You's Not Carded
  • Books--Gifts to the President
      [1 of 5, 1953]
      [2 of 5, 1954]
      [3 of 5, 1955]
      [4 of 5, 1956]
Box 637
      [5 of 5, 1957]
  • Book Information
      [1 of 14, January-June, 1958]
      [2 of 14, July-December, 1958]
      [3 of 14, January-June, 1959]
Box 638
      [4 of 14, July-December, 1959]
      [5 of 14, January-June, 1960]
      [6 of 14, July-December, 1960]
      [7 of 14, 1961]
      [8 of 14, 1962]
Box 639
      [9 of 14, 1963]
      [10 of 14, 1964]
      [11 of 14, 1965]
      [12 of 14, 1966]
      [13 of 14, 1967]
      [14 of 14, 1968]
  • General Correspondence, 1962-71
  • Acknowledgement of Books--Correspondence/Clippings
Box 640
  • [There is no box for this number]
    MEMOIRS FILE
Box 641
  • Interviews with Associates of President Truman
      [1 of 31, Acheson, Dean, February 16, 1955]
      [2 of 31, Acheson, Dean, February 17, 1955 a.m.]
      [3 of 31, Acheson, Dean, February 17, 1955 p.m.]
      [4 of 31, Acheson, Dean, February 18, 1955 a.m.]
      [5 of 31, Acheson, Dean, February 18, 1955 p.m.]
      [6 of 31, Acheson, Dean, Carbons]
      [7 of 31, Bradley, General Omar, March 29-30, 1955]
      [8 of 31, Bradley, General Omar, Carbons]
      [9 of 31, Harriman, W. Averell, December 8, 1954]
      [10 of 31, Harriman, W. Averell, Carbons]
      [11 of 31, Kilgore, Harley, April 7, 1955]
      [12 of 31, Kilgore, Harley, Carbons]
      [13 of 31, Major General Robert, January 7, 1955]
      [14 of 31, Major General Robert, Carbons]
      [15 of 31, McGrath, J. Howard and Charles Sawyer, March 24, 1955]
      [16 of 31, McGrath, J. Howard and Charles Sawyer, Carbons]
      [17 of 31, Murphy, Charles S., November 19, 1954]
      [18 of 31, Murphy, Charles S., Carbons]
      [19 of 31, Murray, Thomas E., June 15, 1955]
      [20 of 31, Murray, Thomas E., Carbons]
Box 642
      [21 of 31, Perlman, Philip B., December 15-16, 1954]
      [22 of 31, Perlman, Philip B., Carbons]
      [23 of 31, Perlman, Philip B., January 20-21, 1955]
      [24 of 31, Perlman, Philip B., Carbons]
      [25 of 31, Snyder, John W., October 8-9, 1954]
      [26 of 31, Snyder, John W., Carbons]
      [27 of 31, Souers, Sidney, December 15-16, 1954]
      [28 of 31, Steelman, John R., December 8-9, 1954]
      [29 of 31, Steelman, John R., Carbons]
      [30 of 31, Woodward, Stanley, February 28, 1955]
      [31 of 31, Woodward, Stanley, Carbons]
Box 643
  • Interviews with President Truman--Chronological
      [1 of 19, January 21, 1954]
      [2 of 19, January 22, 1954]
      [3 of 19, January 23, 1954]
      [4 of 19, January 25, 1954]
      [5 of 19, January 29, 1954]
      [6 of 19, February 4, 1954]
      [7 of 19, February 8, 1954]
      [8 of 19, February 11, 1954]
      [9 of 19, February 12, 1954]
      [10 of 19, February 15, 1954]
      [11 of 19, February 16, 1954]
      [12 of 19, February 18, 1954]
      [13 of 19, February 25, 1954]
      [14 of 19, March 12, 1954]
      [15 of 19, March 15, 1954]
      [16 of 19, March 22, 1954]
      [17 of 19, March 24, 1954]
      [18 of 19, March 29, 1954]
      [19 of 19, March 31, 1954]
    Interviews with President Truman--by Subject
  • Outline--Biographical
  • Notes on Outline for Continuity on Potsdam
  • Progress Report--November 6, 1953
  • United Nations, Potsdam and V-J Day, April 12-September 2, 1945
  • Outline of Topics Completed in First Draft Form
  • Outline--Covering Statement
  • Miscellaneous Anecdotes
  • Truman-Attlee Exchange on Atomic Energy
  • Cabinet
  • Department of Agriculture
  • Department of Treasury
  • Diaries
  • Domestic Policy
      [1 of 27, History of]
      [2 of 27, Civil Rights]
      [3 of 27, Farm Controls]
      [4 of 27, Flood Controls and Electric Power]
      [5 of 27, 21 Point System]
      [6 of 27, Compulsory Health Insurance Program]
      [7 of 27, Defense Budget Cuts--1953 Republican]
      [8 of 27, "Five Percenter" Investigation]
      [9 of 27, Housing Program]
      [10 of 27, Hiss Trial]
      [11 of 27, Inflation and Controls]
      [12 of 27, Internal Revenue Service]
Box 644
      [13 of 27, Labor Union]
      [14 of 27, Loyalty Program and Security]
      [15 of 27, McCarran Immigration Law]
      [16 of 27, Postwar Reconversion--Problems with Labor]
      [17 of 27, Presidential Commissions, General]
      [18 of 27, Puerto Rico]
      [19 of 27, Reconstruction Finance Corporation]
      [20 of 27, Reorganization of the Government]
      [21 of 27, National Science Foundation]
      [22 of 27, Statehood for Alaska and Hawaii]
      [23 of 27, Steel Seizure]
      [24 of 27, Tidelands Oil Controversy]
      [25 of 27, Taft-Hartley Act]
      [26 of 27, Twenty-One Point Program]
      [27 of 27, Virgin Islands]
  • Foreign Policy
      [1 of 37, Arsenal of Democracy]
      [2 of 37, Atomic Bomb]
      [3 of 37, British-American Relations]
      [4 of 37, British Loan]
      [5 of 37, Churchill's Iron Curtain Speech--Fulton, Missouri]
      [6 of 37, Colonialism]
      [7 of 37, Conference--1945, San Francisco, United Nations]
      [8 of 37, Conference--1945, San Francisco, United Nations--Documents]
      [9 of 37, Disarmament]
      [10 of 37, Economic Cooperation Administration]
      [11 of 37, Four Power Conference--Proposals, 1949]
      [12 of 37, France]
      [13 of 37, General]
      [14 of 37, History of]
      [15 of 37, Himmler's Peace Offer]
      [16 of 37, Hopkins-Davies Missions]
      [17 of 37, Initiation into]
      [18 of 37, Isolationism]
      [19 of 37, Japan, Surrender and Occupation of]
      [20 of 37, Korea]
      [21 of 37, Latin America]
      [22 of 37, Admiral Leahy, Chief of Staff]
      [23 of 37, Lend-Lease]
      [24 of 37, General Marshall and China]
      [25 of 37, Molotov's Washington visit]
      [26 of 37, Hopkins-Davies missions, preliminary to Potsdam]
      [27 of 37, North Atlantic Treaty Organization]
      [28 of 37, Pakistan]
      [29 of 37, Palestine]
      [30 of 37, Point Four]
      [31 of 37, Proposed Vinson Mission to Moscow]
      [32 of 37, Russia]
      [33 of 37, Stockpiling of Strategic Materials]
      [34 of 37, Tito and Trieste]
      [35 of 37, Truman Doctrine]
      [36 of 37, United Nations]
      [37 of 37, Yalta and Potsdam]
  • History, Interest in
  • Independence, Missouri--Life in
  • Kansas City, Missouri
  • Merchandising Venture, 1919-21
  • Masonic Lodge
  • Memories--Early
  • Comments of Military Picture
  • Missouri Politics
  • Yachts--"Potomac", "Williamsburg" and other Presidential Facilities
Box 645
  • Personalities
      [1 of 15, Attlee, Clement]
      [2 of 15, Baruch, Bernard]
      [3 of 15, Chiang-Kai-shek, Madam]
      [4 of 15, Churchill, Winston S.]
      [5 of 15, DeGaulle, General Charles]
      [6 of 15, Eisenhower, President Dwight D.]
      [7 of 15, Forrestal, Secretary James V.]
      [8 of 15, Grady, Dr. Henry G.]
      [9 of 15, Hoover, Herbert C.]
      [10 of 15, Kefauver, Senator Estes]
      [11 of 15, MacArthur, General Douglas]
      [12 of 15, Molotov]
      [13 of 15, New York Visit, 1953--Remarks on Senator Lodge and Madam Pandit]
      [14 of 15, Stalin]
      [15 of 15, Warren, Governor Earl]
  • Personal Meetings with Heads of State
  • Politics
      [1 of 23, Assassination Attempt--Security Measures for Presidential Family]
      [2 of 23, Career Appointments]
      [3 of 23, Congressional Redistricting]
      [4 of 23, Convention and Campaign, 1944]
      [5 of 23, Convention and Campaign, 1949]
      [6 of 23, "Cronyism"]
      [7 of 23, Crooks in Government]
      [8 of 23, Democratic National Committee]
      [9 of 23, Democratic Party Organization]
      [10 of 23, Democratic Party Platform]
      [11 of 23, Discussion of Citizenship and Responsibility of Citizens]
      [12 of 23, Eisenhower Administration Compared with Truman Administration]
      [13 of 23, Merit System--Job Appointments]
      [14 of 23, 1948 Nominations]
      [15 of 23, 1948 Opinions on General Eisenhower]
      [16 of 23, 1952 Campaign and Election, Activities Preliminary to]
      [17 of 23, Non-Political Trip, June 1948]
      [18 of 23, the Presidency]
      [19 of 23, Popular Reaction to Former Presidents]
      [20 of 23, St. Patrick's Day, New York City, 1948]
      [21 of 23, "Reading Henry Wallace out of the Party"]
      [22 of 23, Subject of]
      [23 of 23, Political Ethics of Presidents]
  • Press
  • Stevenson, Governor Adlai E.
  • Senate
      [1 of 7, Races 1934 and 1940]
      [2 of 7, Activities in]
      [3 of 7, Fulbright Committee]
      [4 of 7, Reconstruction Finance Corporation and Post Office Department]
      [5 of 7, Congressional Investigations]
      [6 of 7, Kefauver Committee]
      [7 of 7, Colleagues and Personalities and Relationship Between the President and Congress]
Box 646
  • Speech File
  • Topics Suggested by Documents, Letters
  • Truman Doctrine
  • War Experience (World War I)
  • White House--Life in the
  • Index--First Draft, Vols. I and II
  • Working Papers
      [1 of 2, "To Secure These Rights"
      [2 of 2, Budget--Treasury Department]
  • Topics to Complete--Domestic Policy--Postwar Reconversion and Labor Problems
  • Tidelands Dispute
  • Powers of the President--Steel Seizure
  • Atomic Bomb
  • The Korean Story
  • "That All May Enjoy Good Health"
  • "To Achieve a Just and Lasting Peace"
  • "The Beginning"
  • "The MacArthur Story"
Box 647
  • "The United Nations is Born"
  • "Shaping the Peace"
  • "Reasons for Foreign Aid and Reciprocal Trade"
  • "The Displaced Persons Program and the McCarran-Walter Immigration Law"
  • Personalities--"The Case of Estes Kefauver"
  • Politics
      [1 of 2, 1948 Campaign]
      [2 of 2, Trip to the West Indies and the Firing of Henry Wallace]
  • Potsdam Conference
  • Presidency--"From Precinct to the Presidency"
  • Press
Box 648
  • Senate--Swearing in Ceremonies and Funerals in the Senate
  • Truman Committee
  • Security Information
  • Security
      [1 of 2, Loyalty--Espionage]
      [2 of 2, Text of Chapter]
  • Unification of the Armed Forces
Box 649
  • Chapter Division--Second Volume
  • Review of First Draft
  • John W. Snyder--Comments on Chapter 3, Volume 2 (2nd Draft)
  • Dean Acheson--Comments on 2nd Draft
  • Samuel I. Rosenman--Comments on 2nd Draft
  • Philip B. Perlman--Comments of Chapter 19 and 29, Volume 2
  • Table of Contents--McCormick Notes
  • Used Notes--Royce
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Harry S. Truman
      [1 of 8, Comments]
      [2 of 8, Notes for Speech, November 10, 1953]
      [3 of 8, Notes Taken by Hillman]
      [4 of 8, Quotes, January 1954]
      [5 of 8, Quotes, February 1954]
      [6 of 8, Quotes, March 1954]
      [7 of 8, Quotes, April 1954]
      [8 of 8, Quotes, May 1954]
Box 650
  • Early Chapters--The Beginnings, April-May 1945]
  • Korea--MacArthur Dismissal, Drafts
  • Conversations of Hillman and Noyes with Associates of President Truman (Harriman, Souers, Perlman, Murray, McGrath and Sawyer)
  • Page Corrections
    Correspondence File
  • A
  • American Legion
  • Ba-Bl
  • Bo-By
Box 651
  • Book Reviews
      [1 of 4, Edward B. Finch, Jr.]
      [2 of 4, C-J]
      [3 of 4, Ken McCormick, Editor-in-Chief, Doubleday & Company]
      [4 of 4, K-Y]
  • Ca-Cl
  • Co-Cu
Box 652
  • D
  • Doubleday & Company--Autographing Party--Muehlebach Hotel, Kansas City
  • E
  • F
  • Foreign Comments
  • G
  • Graham, Dr. and Mrs. Wallace
  • Ha-Hi
  • Havermann, Ernest
  • Hillman, William
  • Ho-Hy
  • I
  • J
Box 653
  • K
  • Korea--Dictation
  • L
  • Letters, Foreign and Important
  • Mc
  • MacArthur, Douglas
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • Q
Box 654
  • R
  • Sa-Sl
  • Sm-Sy
  • T
  • U-V
  • W
  • Williams, Herbert Lee
  • XYZ
    Publications and Reviews File
Box 655
  • Newspaper and Magazine Clippings--Miscellaneous--Received from Doubleday & Company, Inc. (Ken McCormick)
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Reviews
  • Special Letters and Reviews
  • Life Editorials
  • Special Edition "Thank You" Letters
  • Unfavorable Comments
    Drafts and Proofs File
Box 656
  • First Draft
      [1 of 23, Pages 1-168]
      [2 of 23, Pages 169-309]
      [3 of 23, Pages 310-426]
Box 657
      [4 of 23, Pages 427-559]
      [5 of 23, Pages 560-784]
      [6 of 23, Pages 785-1006]
Box 658
      [7 of 23, Pages 1007-1024]
      [8 of 23, Pages 1024-1403]
      [9 of 23, Pages 1404-1616]
Box 659
      [10 of 23, Pages 1617-1865]
      [11 of 23, Pages 1866-2045]
      [12 of 23, Pages 2046-2202]
Box 660
      [13 of 23, Pages 2203-2428]
      [14 of 23, Pages 2429-2635]
      [15 of 23, Pages 2636-2866]
Box 661
      [16 of 23, Pages 2867-3058]
      [17 of 23, Pages 3059-3258]
      [18 of 23, Pages 3259-3465]
Box 662
      [19 of 23, Pages 3466-3699]
      [20 of 23, Pages 3700-3927]
      [21 of 23, Pages 3928-4140]
Box 663
      [22 of 23, Pages 4141-4308]
      [23 of 23, Pages 4309-4374]
Box 664
  • Second Draft
      [1 of 11, Volume I, Chapters 1-8]
      [2 of 11, Volume I, Chapters 9-13]
      [3 of 11, Volume I, Chapters 14-19]
      [4 of 11, Volume I, Chapters 20-22]
Box 665
      [5 of 11, Volume I, Chapters 23-32]
      [6 of 11, Volume I, Chapters 33-36]
      [7 of 11, Volume II, Chapters 1-10]
Box 666
      [8 of 11, Volume II, Chapters 11-16]
      [9 of 11, Volume II, Chapters 17-22]
      [10 of 11, Volume II, Chapters 23-26]
Box 667
      [11 of 11, Volume II, Chapters 27-32]
  • Third Draft
      [1 of 40, Index]
      [2 of 40, Volume I, Chapters I-XVIII (pages 1-568)]
Box 668
      [3 of 40, Volume I, Chapters XIX-XXXVI (pages 569-1088)]
      [4 of 40, Volume II, Chapters I-XVII (pages 1-501)]
Box 669
      [5 of 40, Volume II, Chapters XVIII-XXXII (pages 502-1003)]
      [6 of 40, Volume I, Extra Copy, (pages 1-235)]
      [6-A of 40, Books 1-4] [2017 accretion]
      [7 of 40, Volume I, Corrected Copy, Chapters I-XXIII (pages 1-611)]
Box 670
      [8 of 40, Volume II, Corrected Copy, Chapters XVII-XXXII (pages 396-858)]
      [9 of 40, Life Installment II, Chapters VIII-XVI]
      [10 of 40, Life Installment III, Box A: Loyalty, Security and "Laks"
      [11 of 40, Life Installment III, Chapters XVII-XXIII, "The Korean War Begins"]
      [12 of 40, Life Installment III, Chapters XII-XX]
      [13 of 40, Life Installment IV, Box A: Conference with British on China]
      [14 of 40, Life Installment IV, Chapters XX-XXV (2 copies)]
      [15 of 40, Life Installment IV, Chapters XXIV-XXVIII, Korea]
      [16 of 40, Life Installment V, Chapters XXVI-XXXVI]
      [17 of 40, Life Installment V, Chapters XXIX-XXXII, 1952 Campaign]
Box 671
      [18 of 40, Page Proofs and Galley Photos]
      [19 of 40, Page Proofs and Galley Photos]
      [20 of 40, Page Proofs and Galley Photos]
      [21 of 40, Page Proofs and Galley Photos]
      [22 of 40, Page Proofs and Galley Photos]
      [23 of 40, Page Proofs and Galley Photos]
      [24 of 40, Page Proofs and Galley Photos]
      [25 of 40, Page Proofs and Galley Photos]
Box 672
      [26 of 40, Notes, Proofs and Publications--Miscellaneous]
      [27 of 40, Notes--Card File--Topical]
      [28 of 40, Working Papers (Carbon No. 3)]
      [29 of 40, Note Books, Stenographic (5)]
Box 673
      [30 of 40, Index--Letter of Thanks Received for Memoirs]
      [31 of 40, Letters of Thanks for Memoirs The Cabinet]
      [32 of 40, Letters of Thanks for Memoirs American Statesmen]
      [33 of 40, Letters of Thanks for Memoirs United States Supreme Court]
      [34 of 40, Letters of Thanks for Memoirs Presidential Aides]
      [35 of 40, Letters of Thanks for Memoirs Truman Committee]
      [36 of 40, Letters of Thanks for Memoirs Foreign Statesmen]
      [37 of 40, Letters of Thanks for Memoirs Heads of State]
      [38 of 40, Letters of Thanks for Memoirs Personal Friends]
      [39 of 40, Acknowledgements, Memoirs]
      [40 of 40, Acknowledgements, Mr. Citizen]
Box 674
  • Galley Proofs--Manuscript Box
Box 675
  • Galley Proofs--Manuscript Box
Box 676
  • Galley Proofs--Manuscript Box
Box 677
  • Galley Proofs--Manuscript Box
Box 678
  • Galley Proofs--Manuscript Box
Box 679
  • Galley Proofs--Manuscript Box
Box 680
  • Index Cards, A-L
Box 681
  • Index Cards, M-Z
Box 682
  • Interviews with President Truman--Chronological (Copy II)
      [1 of 18, January 21, 1954]
      [2 of 18, January 22, 1954]
      [3 of 18, January 23, 1954]
      [4 of 18, January 25, 1954]
      [5 of 18, January 29, 1954]
      [6 of 18, February 4, 1954]
      [7 of 18, February 8, 1954]
      [8 of 18, February 12, 1954]
      [9 of 18, February 15, 1954]
      [10 of 18, February 16, 1954]
      [11 of 18, February 18, 1954]
      [12 of 18, February 25, 1954]
      [13 of 18, March 12, 1954]
      [14 of 18, March 15, 1954]
      [15 of 18, March 22, 1954]
      [16 of 18, March 24, 1954]
      [17 of 18, March 29, 1954]
      [18 of 18, March 31, 1954]
    Interviews with President Truman--by Subject (Copy II)
  • Cabinet
  • Outline--Biographical
  • Notes on Outline for Continuity on Potsdam
  • Progress Report--November 5, 1953
  • The United Nations, Potsdam and V-J Day, April 12-September 2, 1945
  • Topics Completed in First Draft Form
  • Outline--Covering Statement
  • Miscellaneous Anecdotes
  • Diaries, 1947-52
  • Domestic Policy
      [1 of 4, Civil Rights]
      [2 of 4, Labor Unions]
      [3 of 4,Puerto Rico]
      [4 of 4, Reorganization of Government]
  • Foreign Policy
      [1 of 2, General]
      [2 of 2, Point Four]
  • Independence, Missouri--Life in
  • Merchandising Venture, 1919-21
  • Masonic Lodge
  • Memories--Early
  • Military Picture, Comments on
  • Missouri Politics
  • Personalities
      [1 of 3, Eisenhower, President Dwight D.]
      [2 of 3, Grady, Dr. Henry G.]
      [3 of 3, Kefauver, Senator Estes]
  • Politics
      [1 of 4, 1952 Campaign and Election, Activities Preliminary to]
      [2 of 4, The Presidency]
      [3 of 4, Subject of]
      [4 of 4, Political Ethics]
  • Press
  • Stevenson, Governor Adlai Stevenson
  • Senate
      [1 of 2, Races 1934 and 1940]
      [2 of 2, Activities]
  • Topics Suggested by Documents, Letters
  • Truman Doctrine
  • War Experiences (World War I)
  • White House--Life in the
  • Working Papers--"To Secure These Rights"
  • Topics to be Completed--Domestic Policy; Postwar Reconversion and Labor Problems
  • Tidelands Dispute
  • Powers of the President--Steel Seizure
  • Atomic Bomb
  • The Korea Story
  • "To Achieve a Just and Lasting Peace"
  • "The Beginning"
  • "The MacArthur Story"
  • "The United Nations is Born"
  • "Shaping the Peace"
Box 683
  • "Reasons for Foreign Aid and Reciprocal Trade"
  • "The Displace Persons Program and the McCarran-Walter Law"
  • Personalities--The Case of Estes Kefauver
  • Politics
      [1 of 2, 1948 Campaign]
      [2 of 2, Trip to the West Indies and the Firing of Henry Wallace]
  • Potsdam Conference
  • Presidency--"From the Precinct to the Presidency"
  • Press
  • Senate--Swearing in Ceremonies, Funerals in the Senate
  • Truman Committee
  • Chapter Division, Vol. II
  • Dean Acheson Comments on 2nd Draft
  • Judge Samuel I. Rosenman Comments on 2nd Draft
  • Early Chapters--The Beginnings, April-May 1945
  • Interviews with President Truman--Chronological (Copy III)
      [1 of 12, January 21, 1954]
      [2 of 12, January 22, 1954]
      [3 of 12, January 23, 1954]
      [4 of 12, January 25, 1954]
      [5 of 12, January 29, 1954]
      [6 of 12, February 8, 1954]
      [7 of 12, February 16, 1954]
      [8 of 12, March 12, 1954]
      [9 of 12, March 16, 1954]
      [10 of 12, March 22, 1954]
      [11 of 12, March 24, 1954]
      [12 of 12, March 31, 1954]
    Interviews with President Truman--by Subject (Copy III)
  • Cabinet
  • Outline--Biographical
  • Notes on Outline for Continuity on Potsdam
  • The United Nations, Potsdam and V-J Day, April-September 2, 1945
  • Miscellaneous Anecdotes
  • Diaries, 1947-52
  • Domestic Policy
      [1 of 2, Labor Union]
      [2 of 2, Reorganization of Government]
  • Foreign Policy
      [1 of 2, General]
      [2 of 2, Point Four]
  • Independence, Missouri--Life in
  • Merchandising Venture, 1919-21
  • Masonic Lodge
  • Memories--Early
  • Missouri Politics
  • Personalities
      [1 of 3, Eisenhower, President Dwight D.]
      [2 of 3, Grady, Dr. Henry G.]
      [3 of 3, Kefauver, Senator Estes]
  • Politics
      [1 of 4, 1952 Campaign and Election, Activities Preliminary to]
      [2 of 4, The Presidency]
      [3 of 4, Subject of]
      [4 of 4, Political Ethics of Presidents]
  • Press
  • Stevenson, Governor Adlai E.
  • Senate
      [1 of 2, Races of 1934 and 1940]
      [2 of 2, Activities]
  • War Experiences (World War I)
  • White House--Life in the
  • Topics to be Completed--Domestic Policy; Postwar Reconversion and Labor Problems
  • Powers of the Presidency--Steel Seizure
  • Atomic Bomb
  • The Korea Story
  • "To Achieve a Just and Lasting Peace"
  • "The United Nations is Born"
  • "Shaping the Peace"
  • "Reasons for Foreign Aid and Reciprocal Trade"
  • "The Displaced Persons Program and the McCarran-Walter Law"
  • Personalities--The Case of Estes Kefauver
  • Politics
      [1 of 2, 1948 Campaign]
      [2 of 2, Trip to the West Indies and the Firing of Henry Wallace]
  • Potsdam Conference
  • Senate--Swearing in Ceremonies, Funerals in the Senate
  • Truman Committee
  • Chapter Division, Vol. II
  • Judge Samuel I. Rosenman Comments on 2nd Draft
Box 684
    Drafts and Proofs File
  • Longhand Corrections (HST), Memoirs, Vols. I and II
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Longhand Corrections (HST), Memoirs, Vol. II
  • Final Longhand Corrections (HST), Memoirs, Vol. I
Box 685
    Copies of Diplomatic Messages and Government Documents
  • Prime Minister Churchill to President Truman
      [1 of 4, April 13-30, 1945]
      [2 of 4, May, 1945]
      [3 of 4, June-July, 1945]
      [4 of 4, June-July, 1945]
Box 686
  • President Truman to Prime Minister Churchill
      [1 of 4, April 13-30, 1945]
      [2 of 4, May, 1945]
      [3 of 4, June-July, 1945]
      [4 of 4, June-July, 1945]
  • Marshal Stalin to President Truman
      [1 of 2, April-May, 1945]
      [2 of 2, June-December, 1945]
  • President Truman to Marshal Stalin
      [1 of 2, April-May, 1945]
      [2 of 2, June-December, 1945]
  • United States Policies vs. The Soviet Union, April 24, 1945
Box 687
  • Official Documents Relating to the End of World War II
  • Top Secret Messages Between President Truman and Prime Minister Attlee, August 9, 1945-October 5, 1946
  • Top Secret Diplomatic Documents
  • Secret--Intelligence Review (February 14, 1946) Islam: A Threat to World Stability
  • Secret--Intelligence Review (April 25, 1946) Soviet Foreign Policy in Eastern Europe
  • Secret--Intelligence Review (March 7, 1946) Soviet-Afghan Border Dispute
  • Secret--Intelligence Review (February 14, 1946) Manchuria: Soviet or Chinese Sphere?
  • Marshall Mission to China, 1945-46
Box 688
    Copies of President Truman's Family Letters
  • Letters to Mrs. Bess Truman, July 28, 1948-Sept. 1, 1951 [2011 accretion
  • Letters to Mrs. John A. Truman and Mary Jane Truman, 1945
  • Letters to Mrs. John A. Truman and Mary Jane Truman, January 25, 1946-November 7, 1948 (set #1)
  • Letters to Mrs. John A. Truman and Mary Jane Truman, January 25, 1946-November 7, 1948 (set #2-7)
  • Letters to Mary Jane Truman, November 14,-December 13, 1948
Box 689
  • Galley Proofs
Box 690
  • Memoirs, Chapter X-XXXII
    POLITICAL FILE, 1953-60
Box 691
    Democratic National Committee
  • Advisory Council--DNC--Correspondence
  • Citizenship Committee-National Education Association--Notebook
  • Correspondence--General
      [1 of 4, 1953]
      [2 of 4, 1954]
      [3 of 4, 1955]
      [4 of 4, 1956]
  • Democratic National Committee--Contributions
  • Democratic Women's National Club
  • Edward Lamb Case
  • Fact Sheets
      [1 of 4]
Box 692
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • Index--Democratic Advisory Council
  • Meetings--Democratic National Committee
Box 693
  • Membership Lists--Democratic National Committee
  • Newspaper Editorials
  • Pledge Cards--Democratic National Committee
  • Policy Statements
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
Box 694
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
  • Press Releases
      [1 of 8, 1953]
      [2 of 8, 1954]
      [3 of 8, 1955]
      [4 of 8, 1956]
Box 695
      [5 of 8, 1957]
      [6 of 8, 1958]
      [7 of 8, 1959]
      [8 of 8, 1960]
  • Publications
  • Reports to the Democratic National Committee
  • 750 Club
  • Toward Economic Growth, Priorities and Justice: Policies for Balanced Progress Without Inflation (Confidential draft) Leon Keyserling, March 29, 1960
Box 696
    1956 Presidential Campaign--Speeches
  • Democratic National Convention, August 17
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Ottumwa, Iowa, September 1
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September 3
  • American Political Science Association, Washington D.C., September 7
Box 697
  • Federation of Women's Democratic Clubs, Jefferson City, Missouri, September 10
  • International Union of Railroad and Machine Workers, St. Louis, Missouri, September 14
  • Wheatley-Provident Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri, September 15
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, September 28
  • John Hancock Hall, Boston, Massachusetts, September 29
  • Schedule--Democratic National Convention
Box 698
  • Labor Temple, Detroit, Michigan, October 10
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Carnegie Hall, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 8
  • Monessen (Twin Coaches), Pennsylvania, October 9
  • Field House, Moundsville, West Virginia, October 10
  • High School Auditorium, Marshall, Minnesota, October 12
Box 699
  • High School Auditorium, Taylorville, Illinois, October 13
  • Memorial Auditorium, Gary, Indiana, October 18
  • Statler Hotel, Washington D.C., October 20
  • Closed Circuit Telecast, Washington D.C., October 20
  • Salt Lake City, Utah, October 24
  • Bakery Workers Union, San Francisco, California, October 25
Box 700
  • Press and Union League Club, San Francisco, California, October 25
  • Butte, Michigan, October 26
  • Salem, Missouri, October 26
  • St. Louis, Missouri, November 3
  • Precinct Workers of Missouri
    Democratic National Committee--Miscellaneous
  • Information Data--1956 Democratic National Convention
  • Souvenirs--1956 Presidential Election
  • Democratic Party Publications
Box 701
    1960 Presidential Campaign
  • Comments--Favorable--President Truman's Press Conference Statement Concerning the Candidacy of John F. Kennedy
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
Box 702
  • Comments--Unfavorable--President Truman's Press Conference Concerning the Candidacy of John F. Kennedy
  • Correspondence--General--Presidential Campaign
      [1 of 13]
      [2 of 13]
      [3 of 13]
Box 703
      [4 of 13]
      [5 of 13]
      [6 of 13]
      [7 of 13]
      [8 of 13]
Box 704
      [9 of 13]
      [10 of 13]
      [11 of 13]
      [12 of 13]
Box 705
      [13 of 13]
  • Election Letter Returns
  • Kennedy, John F.--Public Opinion Mail Pro and Con Regarding President Truman's Statement on the Democratic National Convention
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
Box 706
      [4 of 4]
  • Letters Concerning Statement Made by President Truman in Speech at San Antonio, October 10, 1960
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Public Opinion Mail Regarding President Truman's Statement on Farmers Voting the Republican Ticket
Box 707
  • Public Opinion Mail Concerning the Nomination of John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson to Head the Democratic Party Ticket for the 1960 National Election
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Telegrams--1960 Presidential Election
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
    CHRONOLOGICAL FILE, 1953-74
Box 708
  • 1953-54
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1955-56
  • 1957
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1958-59
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 709
  • 1960
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
Box 710
  • 1961
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1962-64
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1965
  • 1966 li>1967
  • 1968
  • 1969
  • 1970
  • 1971
  • 1972-74
Box 712
  • Miscellaneous Materials
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
    SPEECH FILE, 1953-68
Box 713
    Reading Copies ("Originals")
  • 1953
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1954
  • 1955
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 714
  • 1956
      [1 of 7]
      [2 of 7]
      [3 of 7]
      [4 of 7]
      [5 of 7]
Box 715
      [6 of 7]
      [7 of 7]
  • 1957
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1958
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
Box 716
      [3 of 5]
      [4 of 5]
      [5 of 5]
  • 1959
  • 1960
      [1 of 6, January-April]
Box 717
      [2 of 6, May-August]
      [3 of 6, September-October]
      [4 of 6, September-October]
      [5 of 6, September-October]
      [6 of 6, November-December]
Box 718
  • 1961
  • 1962
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • 1963
  • 1964
  • 1965
  • 1966
  • 1967
  • 1968
Box 719
    Speech Drafts
  • 1953
      [1 of 3, January-August]
      [2 of 3, September-October]
      [3 of 3, November-December]
  • 1954 January-December
  • 1955
      [1 of 2, January-June]
Box 720
      [2 of 2, July-December]
  • 1956
      [1 of 2, January-March]
      [2 of 2, April-December]
  • 1957
      [1 of 3, January-May]
      [2 of 3, June-August]
      [3 of 3, September-December]
Box 721
  • 1958
      [1 of 5, January-February]
      [2 of 5, March-April]
      [3 of 5, May-August]
      [4 of 5, September]
      [5 of 5, October-December]
Box 722
  • 1959
      [1 of 2, January-August]
      [2 of 2, September-December]
  • 1960
      [1 of 4, January-April]
      [2 of 4, May-September]
      [3 of 4, October 1-19]
      [4 of 4, October 20-December]
Box 723
  • 1961
  • 1962
  • 1963
  • 1964
  • 1965
  • 1966
  • 1967
  • 1968
Box 724
    General File
  • 1953
      [1 of 20, February 5--Testimonial Dinner, Independence, Missouri]
      [2 of 20, May 12--State Legislature, Jefferson City, Missouri]
      [3 of 20, May 16--Armed Forces Day, Kansas City, Kansas]
      [4 of 20, June 14--Flag Day, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [5 of 20, June 26--Reserve Officers Association Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]
      [6 of 20, August 24--Disabled American Veterans Conventions, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [7 of 20, September 7--Labor Day, Detroit, Michigan]
      [8 of 20, September 14--Democratic National Committee Dinner, Chicago, Illinois]
      [9 of 20, September 20--Ford Foundation of Kansas City, Missouri]
      [10 of 20, September 28--Four Freedoms Banquet, New York, New York]
      [11 of 20, October 8--Sidney Hillman Foundation, St. Louis, Missouri]
      [12 of 20, October 10--Frank E. McKinney Dinner, Indianapolis, Indiana]
      [13 of 20, November 9--American Jewish Congress, New York, New York]
      [14 of 20, November 10--Alumni Association, City College of New York, New York, New York]
      [15 of 20, November 12--American Friends of Hebrew University, New York, New York]
      [16 of 20, November 16--Harry Dexter White Case, Kansas City, Missouri]
Box 725
      [17 of 20, November 19--Jackson County Young Democrats, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [18 of 20, November 28--Jewish Candelabra, Chicago, Illinois]
      [19 of 20, December 3--American Committee for Weizmann Institute of Science, New York, New York]
      [20 of 20, December 16--Truman Road Dedication, Independence, Missouri]
  • 1954
      [1 of 8, February 5--Americans for Democratic Action, New York, New York]
      [2 of 8, March 7--Ford Foundation, New York, New York]
      [3 of 8, April 4--United Hebrew Temple, St. Louis, Missouri]
      [4 of 8, April 12--Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri]
      [5 of 8, May 8--Birthday, Truman Library Fund Dinner, New York, New York]
      [6 of 8, May 10--National Press Club, Washington, D.C.]
      [7 of 8, May 13--Amalgamated Clothing Workers, Atlantic City, New Jersey]
      [8 of 8, October 16--Political Rally, Kansas City, Missouri]
Box 726
  • 1955
      [1 of 17, February 10--Conference of Christians and Jews, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [2 of 17, March 26--National Guard Association, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [3 of 17, April 16--Sam Rayburn Dinner, Washington, D.C.]
      [4 of 17, April 18--Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D.C.]
      [5 of 17, April 27--Decaloque Society, Chicago, Illinois]
      [6 of 17, June 11--Democratic Party Dinner, Portland, Oregon]
      [7 of 17, June 24--United Nations Anniversary, San Francisco, California]
      [8 of 17, August 27--Indiana Democratic Editorial Association, French Lick, Indiana]
      [9 of 17, August 29--Democratic Party Conference, Mackinac Island, Michigan]
      [10 of 17, September 5--Labor Day, Detroit, Michigan]
      [11 of 17, September 9--Executive Club of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois]
      [12 of 17, October 24--Ararat Shrine, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [13 of 17, October 24--United Nations Anniversary, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [14 of 17, October 27--Navy Day, Olathe, Kansas]
      [15 of 17, November 5--National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, New Orleans, Louisiana]
      [16 of 17, November 17--American Public Health Association, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [17 of 17, Miscellaneous Speeches, 1953-55]
Box 727
  • 1956
      [1 of 15, January 14--Democratic Farm Labor Dinner, Minneapolis, Minnesota]
      [2 of 15, February 2--State Democratic Dinner, New York, New York]
      [3 of 15, February 4--Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Boston, Massachusetts]
      [4 of 15, March 17--Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, Scranton, Pennsylvania]
      [5 of 15, April 3--Overseas Press Club, New York, New York]
      [6 of 15, April 11--Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Des Moines, Iowa]
      [7 of 15, May 9--Four Freedoms Award Dinner, New York, New York]
      [8 of 15, June 21--Pilgrims Society, London, England]
      [9 of 15, July 10--Truman Library Dinner, Chicago, Illinois]
      [10 of 15, September 3--Labor Day, Milwaukee, Wisconsin]
      [11 of 15, October 6--Employ the Physically Handicapped, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [12 of 15, October 10--Democratic Party Dinner, Moundsville, West Virginia]
      [13 of 15, November 18--Dedication of Ruskin High School, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [14 of 15, November 28--Democratic Party Rally, St. Joseph, Missouri]
      [15 of 15, December 14--United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, Kansas City, Missouri]
  • 1957
      [1 of 30, January 24--Franklin D. Roosevelt Birthday Dinner (tape recording)]
      [2 of 30, February 2--Truman Library Dinner, St. Louis, Missouri]
      [3 of 30, February 12--Combined Jewish Appeal, Miami, Florida]
      [4 of 30, February 15--National Israel Bonds Dinner, Miami, Florida]
      [5 of 30, February 23--Truman Library Dinner, Key West, Florida]
      [6 of 30, February 25--Truman Library Dinner, Miami, Florida]
      [7 of 30, March 1--A&M College, Stillwater, Oklahoma]
      [8 of 30, March 3--Beth Israel Synagogue Dinner, Omaha, Nebraska]
      [9 of 30, April 6--Kansas Democratic Clubs Dinner, Topeka, Kansas]
      [10 of 30, April 16--U.S. Weather Bureau, Kansas City, Missouri]
Box 728
      [11 of 30, May 2--New York University, New York, New York]
      [12 of 30, May 3--Electric Consumers Information Committee, Washington, D.C.]
      [13 of 30, May 4--National Guard Armory Dinner, Washington, D.C.]
      [14 of 30, May 13--Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas]
      [15 of 30, May 21--Jackson County (MO) Democratic Committee Dinner, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [16 of 30, June 5--Missouri Police Chiefs Association, St. Joseph, Missouri]
      [17 of 30, June 9--Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts]
      [18 of 30, June 14--University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri]
      [19 of 30, June 15--Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Milwaukee, Wisconsin]
      [20 of 30, June 18--Democratic Committee Meeting, Washington, D.C.]
      [21 of 30, June 19--Democratic Party Dinner, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania]
      [22 of 30, June 21--U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.]
      [23 of 30, June 28--Young Democratic Clubs of Missouri, Jefferson City, Missouri]
      [24 of 30, August 30--Teachers Meeting, Independence, Missouri]
      [25 of 30, September 14--Zionist Organization of America, New York, New York]
      [26 of 30, September 20--Real Estate Board Luncheon, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [27 of 30, September 29--National Employ the Physically Handicapped, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [28 of 30, November 1--Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Los Angeles, California]
      [29 of 30, November 11--Veterans Day, Welch, West Virginia]
      [30 of 30, November 13--Human Rights Award Dinner, New York, New York]
  • 1958
      [1 of 43, January 12--World Academy Award, New York, New York]
      [2 of 43, January 14--Printing Week Dinner, New York, New York]
      [3 of 43, February 6--Bar Association, Kansas City, Missouri]
Box 729
      [4 of 43, February 22--Harry S. Truman Dinner, Washington, D.C.]
      [5 of 43, February 25--Mutual Security Agency Luncheon, Washington, D.C.]
      [6 of 43, March 4--League of Young Democrats, Norman, Oklahoma]
      [7 of 43, March 11--National Conference of Christians and Jews, Wichita, Kansas]
      [8 of 43, March 18--National Farmers Union, Denver, Colorado]
      [9 of 43, April 12--AMVETS, Washington, D.C.]
      [10 of 43, April 21--Democratic Women's Campaign Conference, Washington, D.C.]
      [11 of 43, April 24--Tenth Anniversary of State of Israel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]
      [12 of 43, April 25--New York State University, Albany, New York]
      [13 of 43, April 27--Universal Brotherhood Award, New York, New York]
      [14 of 43, May 3--Bar Association Ceremonies, Jefferson City, Missouri]
      [15 of 43, May 22--Cook County Democratic Party Dinner, Chicago, Illinois]
      [16 of 43, August 6--Fraternal Order of Eagles Conventions, Chicago, Illinois]
      [17 of 43, September 3--American Legion Convention, Chicago, Illinois]
      [18 of 43, September 11--Democratic Party Dinner, Fort Wayne, Indiana]
      [19 of 43, September 12--Midwest Democratic Conference, Omaha, Nebraska]
      [20 of 43, September 17--Advertising Club, New York, New York]
      [21 of 43, September 17--Steelworkers Conventions, Atlantic City, New Jersey]
      [22 of 43, September 18--Democratic Party Dinner, Albany, New York]
      [23 of 43, September 19--Democratic Party Dinner, Pikesville, Maryland]
Box 730
      [24 of 43, September 20--Democratic Party Dinner, Charleston, West Virginia]
      [25 of 43, September 25--Democratic Party Dinner, San Francisco, California]
      [26 of 43, September 26--Democratic Party Dinner, Seattle, Washington]
      [27 of 43, September 27--Democratic Party Dinner, Portland, Oregon]
      [28 of 43, October 1--Democratic Party Dinner, Cheyenne, Wyoming]
      [29 of 43, October 3--Democratic Party Rally, Akron, Ohio]
      [30 of 43, October 3--Internationl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Cleveland, Ohio]
      [31 of 43, October 4--Democratic Party Dinner, Columbus, Ohio]
      [32 of 43, October 9--Democratic Party Rally, Cherokee, Iowa]
      [33 of 43, October 10--Democratic Party Rally, Minot, North Dakota]
      [34 of 43, October 11--Democratic Party Rally, Minneapolis, Minnesota]
      [35 of 43, October 12--Democratic Party Rally, Detroit, Michigan]
      [36 of 43, October 21--Democratic Party Rally, New Castle, Pennsylvania]
      [37 of 43, October 22--Democratic Party Rally, Wilmington, Delaware]
      [38 of 43, October 23--Democratic Party Rally, Boston, Massachusetts]
      [39 of 43, November 1--Democratic Party Rally, St. Louis, Missouri]
      [40 of 43, November 8--American Legion Dinner, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [41 of 43, November 11--Veterans Day, Springfield, Missouri]
      [42 of 43, December 5--Andrew Johnson Sesquicentennial, Raleigh, North Carolina]
      [43 of 43, December 8--National Press Club, Washington, D.C.]
  • 1959
      [1 of 26, March 4--Missouri Police Chiefs Association, Columbia, Missouri]
      [2 of 26, March 24--University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri]
      [3 of 26, April 4--International Trade Fair and Industrial Exposition Banquet, Beverly Hills, California]
      [4 of 26, April 27-28--Columbia University, New York, New York]
      [5 of 26, April 30--Tenth Anniversary of Point Four Program, Washington, D.C.]
      [6 of 26, May 4--Statement on 22nd U.S. Constitutional Amendment, Washington, D.C.]
      [7 of 26, May 4--Dedication of National Guard Armory, Washington, D.C.]
      [8 of 26, May 5--Statement on Mutual Security Program, Washington, D.C.]
      [9 of 26, May 8--75th Birthday Fete, New York, New York]
      [10 of 26, July 4--Fourth of July, Independence, Missouri]
      [11 of 26, August 21--Press Conference re Mr. Citizen, Independence, Missouri]
      [12 of 26, September 12--Midwest Democratic Conference, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [13 of 26, September 13--Hadassah Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri]
      [14 of 26, September 19--Matthew J. Connelly Dinner, Boston, Massachusetts]
      [15 of 26, September 23--Roosevelt-Truman Dinner, Wichita, Kansas]
      [16 of 26, October 8--Democratic Party Dinner, Springfield, Illinois]
Box 731
      [17 of 26, October 16--United Nations, Lubbock, Texas]
      [18 of 26, October 17--Democratic Party Meeting, Dallas, Texas]
      [19 of 26, October 24--Democratic Party Meeting, Paducah, Kentucky]
      [20 of 26, November 14--Catholic Youth Group, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [21 of 26, November 17--Trinity Episcopal Church Men's Club, Independence, Missouri]
      [22 of 26, November 21--Young Democratic Clubs of America Convention, Toledo, Ohio]
      [23 of 26, December 3--Gaylord Nelson Dinner, Milwaukee, Wisconsin]
      [24 of 26, December 4--University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin]
      [25 of 26, December 5--United Italian-American Labor Council Luncheon, New York, New York]
      [26 of 26, December 7--Eleanor Roosevelt Dinner, New York, New York]
  • 1960
      [1 of 41, January 9--Democratic Party Dinner, Phoenix, Arizona]
      [2 of 41, January 23--1960 Presidential Campaign Dinner, Washington, D.C.]
      [3 of 41, February 8--Men's Club, Independence, Missouri]
      [4 of 41, February 27--Democratic Party Dinner, Miami Beach, Florida]
      [5 of 41, March 19--Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Louisville, Kentucky]
      [6 of 41, March 24--Statement on Negro Sit-Down Demonstrations, Independence, Missouri]
      [7 of 41, April 1--Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas]
      [8 of 41, May 2--Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia]
      [9 of 41, May 13--Executive Club Luncheon, Chicago, Illinois]
      [10 of 41, May 13--Press Conference, Chicago, Illinois]
      [11 of 41, June 6--American Booksellers Association, Chicago, Illinois]
      [12 of 41, June 23--Stuart Symington Dinner, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [13 of 41, United Nations Meeting, San Francisco, California]
      [14 of 41, July 2--Resignation as Delegate to the Democratic National Convention]
      [15 of 41, July 4--Fourth of July, Independence, Missouri]
      [16 of 41, September 5--Labor Day, Marion, Indiana]
      [17 of 41, October 5--Meeting with John F. Kennedy, St. Louis, Missouri]
      [18 of 41, October 8--Political Campaign Speech, Spencer, Iowa]
      [19 of 41, October 10--Political Campaign Speech, Texarkana, Texas]
      [20 of 41, October 10--Political Campaign Speech, San Antonio, Texas]
      [21 of 41, October 11--Political Campaign Speech, Waco, Texas]
      [22 of 41, October 13--Political Campaign Speech, Raleigh, North Carolina]
      [23 of 41, October 14--Political Campaign Speech, Nashville, North Carolina]
      [24 of 41, October 14--Political Campaign Speech, Wilson, North Carolina]
      [25 of 41, October 15--Political Campaign Speech, Abingdon, Virginia]
      [26 of 41, October 20--Political Campaign Speech, Trenton, Tennessee]
      [27 of 41, October 20--Political Campaign Speech, Sikeston, Missouri]
      [28 of 41, October 21--Political Campaign Speech, Tupelo, Mississippi]
      [29 of 41, October 21--Political Campaign Speech, Decatur, Alabama]
      [30 of 41, October 22--Political Campaign Speech, Abbeyville, Louisville]
Box 732
      [31 of 41, October 27--Political Campaign Speech, Seattle, Washington]
      [32 of 41, October 27--Political Campaign Speech, Tacoma, Washington]
      [33 of 41, October 28--Political Campaign Speech, Reno Nevada]
      [34 of 41, October 28--Political Campaign Speech, Oakland, California]
      [35 of 41, November 1--Political Campaign Speech, New York, New York]
      [36 of 41, November 2--Political Campaign Speech, Haverstraw, New Jersey]
      [37 of 41, November 2--Political Campaign Speech, Fishkill, New York]
      [38 of 41, November 4--Political Campaign Speech, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania]
      [39 of 41, November 27--B'Nai B'Rith, New York, New York]
      [40 of 41, December 10--Man of the Century Dinner, Chicago, Illinois]
      [41 of 41, December 28--Society of American Archivists]
  • 1961
      [1 of 9, May 25--Bar Association, Louisville, Kentucky]
      [2 of 9, May 27--Democratic National Committee Dinner, Washington, D.C.]
      [3 of 9, June 5--TV Show Release, New York, New York]
      [4 of 9, July 4--Fourth of July, Independence, Missouri]
      [5 of 9, August 9--Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Convention, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [6 of 9, September 14--American Legion Convention, Denver, Colorado]
      [7 of 9, November 2--National Press Club, Washington, D.C.]
      [8 of 9, November 30--Democratic Party Dinner, St. Louis, Missouri]
      [9 of 9, December 7--Wayne Morse Dinner, Los Angeles, California]
  • 1962
      [1 of 19, January 20--Democratic Party Dinner, Washington, D.C.]
      [2 of 19, April 26--TWA Building Dedication, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [3 of 19, April 28--Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, Indianapolis, Indiana]
      [4 of 19, May 9--Jewish National Fund, New York, New York]
      [5 of 19, July 28--Democratic Party Rally, Highland and Venice, Illinois]
      [6 of 19, August 22--AHEPA Dinner, Chicago, Illinois]
      [7 of 19, September 8--Democratic Party Dinner, Hartford, Connecticut]
      [8 of 19, September 12--Edmund G. Brown Dinner, Los Angeles, California]
      [9 of 19, September 17--U.S. Constitutional Anniversary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]
      [10 of 19, September 29--Democratic Party Dinner, Youngstown, Ohio]
      [11 of 19, October 5--Democratic Party Dinner, Clarksburg, West Virginia]
      [12 of 19, October 6--Democratic Party Dinner, Evansville, Indiana]
      [13 of 19, October 11--American Legion Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada]
      [14 of 19, October 15--Man of the Century Award, Denver, Colorado]
      [15 of 19, October 22--Democratic Party Dinner, Hutchinson, Kansas]
      [16 of 19, October 25--Cuban Crisis, Independence, Missouri]
      [17 of 19, October 27--Canada-United States Relations, Independence, Missouri]
      [18 of 19, November 18--State of Israel Commendation, Beverly Hills, California]
      [19 of 19, December 8--United Jewish Appeal, New York, New York] [includes documents added in 2011]
  • 1963
      [1 of 8, May 2--TV Series Announcement, Independence, Missouri]
      [2 of 8, June 9--Jewish Community Center Dedication, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [3 of 8, July 28--American Legion Convention, St. Louis, Missouri] [includes documents added in 2011]
      [4 of 8, September 14--Stephen Young Dinner, Cleveland, Ohio]
Box 733
      [5 of 8, October 23--Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa]
      [6 of 8, October 24--Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa]
      [7 of 8, November 8--Missouri State Red Cross Conference, Jefferson City, Missouri]
      [8 of 8, November 10--Anti-Defamation League, Las Vegas, Nevada]
  • 1964
      [1 of 6, May 1--Farmers Birthday Tribute, Independence, Missouri]
      [2 of 6, May 11--United Jewish Appeal, New York, New York]
      [3 of 6, August 25--Democratic National Convention Statement, Independence, Missouri]
      [4 of 6, September 25--William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri]
      [5 of 6, October 14--Radion Broadcast, NBC]
      [6 of 6, October 19-20--Democratic Party Meeting, Louisville, Kentucky]
  • 1965
      [1 of 6, February 16--Vietnam Situation, Independence, Missouri]
      [2 of 6, April 7--Statement on Tape for President's Office (Museum), Truman Library, Independence, Missouri]
      [3 of 6, April 13--Freedom Award Dinner, New York, New York]
      [4 of 6, October 20--American Society of Civil Engineers, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [5 of 6, November 8--Heart of America Men's and Boy's Apparel Club Luncheon, Kansas City, Missouri]
      [6 of 6, December 19--Harry S. Truman Commendation Award Dinner]
  • 1966
      [1 of 4, January 20--Harry S. Truman Center for the Advancement of Peace]
      [2 of 4, March 15--Medicare TV Film Statement, Independence, Missouri]
      [3 of 4, July 11--Harry S. Truman Center for the Advancement of Peace Groundbreaking Ceremony]
      [4 of 4, August 28--Statement on High Interest Rates, Independence, Missouri]
  • 1967
      [1 of 3, January 18--Presentation of Scrolls to Founders of Harry S. Truman Center for the Advancement of Peace]
      [2 of 3, March 20--Vietnam Situation, Independence, Missouri]
      [3 of 3, November 29--Unveiling of Scale Model, Harry S. Truman Center for the Advancement of Peace, Independence, Missouri]
  • 1968
      [1 of 1, March 27--Dedication Ceremonies for the Harry S. Truman Center for the Advancement of Peace]
Box 734
    Reference File
  • Bowles, Chester, Letters Concerning
  • Catholic President Issue, 1960
  • Correspondence and Copies of Speeches, 1955
  • Correspondence and Copies of Speeches, 1956
  • Correspondence and Notes Re Speeches, 1955-60
  • Correspondence and Speech Data, General
  • Democratic National Convention, 1960, Letters Concerning
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
Box 735
      [3 of 3]
  • Interest Rates: Correspondence on Truman Statement, 1966 [2011 accretion]
  • Johnson, Lyndon B., Letters Concerning, 1960
  • Kennedy, John F., Letters Concerning, 1960
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Massey, William
  • Meyner, Robert, Letters Concerning, 1960
  • Newspaper Clippings
Box 736
  • Nixon, Richard M., Letters Concerning, 1960
  • Pamphlet File
  • Publications
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Public Opinion Mail Re President Truman's Role in the 1960 Presidential Campaign
      [1 of 3]
Box 737
      [2 of 3]
      [3 of 3]
  • Speech Copies, 1958
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Speech Copies and Notes, General
      [1 of 2]
Box 738
      [2 of 2]
  • Speech Pamphlets
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Stevenson, Adlai, Letters Concerning, 1960
  • Symington, Stuart, Letters Concerning, 1960
  • U.S. Presidency, Copies of Speech by President Truman
  • University of North Carolina Lectures
    TRIP FILE, 1953-69
Box 739
  • 1953
      [1 of 25, Correspondence, General, Hawaiian Vacation, February-March]
      [2 of 25, Correspondence, General, Hawaiian Vacation, February-March]
      [3 of 25, Correspondence, General, Hawaiian Vacation, February-March]
      [4 of 25, Hawaiian Vacation Data]
      [5 of 25, East Coast Trip, June-July]
Box 740
      [6 of 25, Washington, D.C.-New York City]
      [7 of 25, Washington, D.C.-New York City]
      [8 of 25, Casper, Wyoming-Camp Riley, Minnesota, July 30-31]
      [9 of 25, Clinton, Missouri Fair, August 11]
      [10 of 25, Detroit, Michigan (Labor Day)]
      [11 of 25, Chicago, Illinois, September 14]
      [12 of 25, St. Louis, Missouri (AFL Dinner), September 24]
      [13 of 25, St. Joseph, Missouri (35th Division Reunion), September 25]
      [14 of 25, New York, New York (Four Freedoms Award), September 28]
      [15 of 25, St. Louis, Missouri (Grand Masonic Lodge of Missouri), September 29-30]
      [16 of 25, Caruthersville, Missouri Fair, October 1]
      [17 of 25, St. Louis, Missouri (Sidney Hillman Foundation Award), October 8]
      [18 of 25, Indianapolis, Indiana (Frank E. McKinney Dinner), October 8]
      [19 of 25, New York, New York, November 8]
Box 741
      [20 of 25, New York, New York (American Jewish Congress), November 9]
      [21 of 25, New York, New York (City College), November 10]
      [22 of 25, New York, New York (Hebrew University), November 12]
      [23 of 25, Chicago, Illinois, November 28]
      [24 of 25, New York, New York, November 30-Decemebr 4]
      [25 of 25, Sedalia, Missouri, (U.S. Air Forces Base), December 21]
  • 1954
      [1 of 14, New York, New York, January 8-12]
      [2 of 14, New York, New York, February 5]
      [3 of 14, New York, New York (Ford Foundation), March 5-10]
      [4 of 14, Jefferson City, Missouri (National Guard Association), March 27-28]
      [5 of 14, St. Louis, Missouri, April 4]
      [6 of 14, Fulton, Missouri (Westminster College) and Columbia, Missouri (University of Missouri), April 12-13]
      [7 of 14, Washington, D.C.-New York City, New York, May 5-16]
Box 742
      [8 of 14, Washington, D.C.-New York City, New York, May 5-16]
      [9 of 14, Washington, D.C.-New York City, New York, May 5-16]
      [10 of 14, Benjamin Franklin Portrait]
      [11 of 14, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (American Federation of Musicians), Junes 15]
      [12 of 14, Kansas City, Missouri, November 6]
      [13 of 14, Lexington, Missouri (Wentworth Military Academy), November 14]
      [14 of 14, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Library Dinner), December 13]
  • 1955
      [1 of 38, St. Louis, Missouri (Harold Reader Dinner), February 2]
      [2 of 38, Maryville, Missouri (Dedication of Armory), February 6]
Box 743
      [3 of 38, Washington, D.C. (Sam Rayburn Dinner and Testimony Before Senate Foreign Relations Committee), April 14-19]
      [4 of 38, Washington, D.C. (Sam Rayburn Dinner and Testimony Before Senate Foreign Relations Committee), April 14-19]
      [5 of 38, Cosby, Tennessee (Ramp Festival), April 24-25]
      [6 of 38, Cosby, Tennessee (Ramp Festival), April 24-25]
      [7 of 38, Chicago, Illinois (Decalogue Society of Lawyers), April 27]
Box 744
      [8 of 38, Chicago, Illinois (Decalogue Society of Lawyers), April 27]
      [9 of 38, Jefferson City, Missouri (State Legislation), May 17]
      [10 of 38, Denver, Colorado, May 24]
      [11 of 38, Cleveland, Ohio, June 3]
      [12 of 38, St. Louis, Missouri and Cincinnati, Ohio, June]
      [13 of 38, Portland, Oregon (Correspondence Re Speech), June 11-12]
      [14 of 38, Portland, Oregon (Letters Requesting Interviews and Appointments), June 11-12]
      [15 of 38, Portland, Oregon (Correspondence with Civic and Party Officials), June 11-12]
      [16 of 38, San Francisco, California (U.N. Speech), June 24]
      [17 of 38, San Francisco, California (U.N. Speech), June 24]
      [18 of 38, Chicago, Illinois, July 11-14]
      [19 of 38, Sedalia, Missouri (State Fair), August 22]
      [20 of 38, French Lick, Indiana and Mackinac Island, Michigan, August 27-30]
Box 745
      [21 of 38, French Lick, Indiana and Mackinac Island, Michigan, August 27-30]
      [22 of 38, Hamilton, Missouri, September 3]
      [23 of 38, Detroit, Michigan, September 4-6]
      [24 of 38, Toledo, Ohio, September 6]
      [25 of 38, Chicago, Illinois, September 9]
      [26 of 38, St. Joseph, Missouri, September 11]
      [27 of 38, Little Rock, Arkansas, September 23-24]
      [28 of 38, St. Louis, Missouri, September 26-27]
      [29 of 38, New York, New York, October 5-15]
      [30 of 38, Boston, Massachusetts and New York, New York, October 6-7]
      [31 of 38, Chicago, Illinois, October 29]
      [32 of 38, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 5]
      [33 of 38, Chicago, Illinois, November 19]
Box 746
      [34 of 38, West Coast-California, November 25-30]
      [35 of 38, Seattle, Washington, November 25-27]
      [36 of 38, Los Angeles, California, November 25]
      [37 of 38, San Francisco, California, November 29]
      [38 of 38, St. Louis, Missouri (Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner), December 14]
  • 1956
      [1 of 33, St. Paul, Minnesota, January 15]
Box 747
      [2 of 33, New York, New York, January 31-February 6]
      [3 of 33, New York, New York (Appointments), January 31-February 6]
      [4 of 33, Boston, Massachusetts, February 4]
      [5 of 33, Columbia, Missouri (Association of Women Students), February 24]
      [6 of 33, Scranton, Pennsylvania, March 17]
      [7 of 33, New York, New York, March 31-April 5]
      [8 of 33, New York, New York (Overseas Press Club), April 2]
      [9 of 33, Des Moines, Iowa, April 11]
      [10 of 30, Huron, South Dakota, April 30-May 1]
      [11 of 33, New York, New York, May 9]
Box 748
      [12 of 33, Chicago, Illinois (Library Dinner), July 9-10]
      [13 of 33, 1956 Democratic National Convention]
      [14 of 33, Ottumwa, Iowa, September 1]
      [15 of 33, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Labor Day), September 3]
      [16 of 33, Washington, D.C. and New York, New York (American Political Science Association), September 7]
      [17 of 33, Jefferson City, Missouri, September 10]
      [18 of 33, St. Louis, Missouri, September 14]
      [19 of 33, Detroit, Michigan. September 28-29]
      [20 of 33, Boston, Massachusetts, September 28-29]
      [21 of 33, Washington, D.C., October 8-11]
      [22 of 33, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 8-11]
      [23 of 33, Moundsville, West Virginia, October 10]
      [24 of 33, Marshall, Minnesota, October 12]
      [25 of 33, Springfield and Taylorville, Illinois, October 13]
      [26 of 33, Trip to Australia (proposed)]
Box 749
      [27 of 33, Salem, Missouri, October 29]
      [28 of 33, Western Trip, October (Colorado, California, Utah, Montana]
      [29 of 33, St. Louis, Missouri, November 3]
      [30 of 33, Arkansas Tour, November 19-24]
      [31 of 33, St. Joseph, Missouri, November 28]
      [32 of 33, Columbia, Missouri, December 1]
      [33 of 33, Half Way, Missouri, December 30]
  • 1957
      [1 of 28, Washington, D.C., January 4-5]
      [2 of 28, St. Louis, Missouri, February 2]
      [3 of 28, Florida Vacation--Correspondence, February 9-28]
      [4 of 28, Florida Vacation--Correspondence, February 9-28]
      [5 of 28, Key West, Florida, February]
      [6 of 28, Miami, Florida, February 25]
Box 750
      [7 of 28, Stillwater, Oklahoma (Oklahoma A&M College), March 1]
      [8 of 28, Omaha, Nebraska, March 3]
      [9 of 28, New York, New York, March 28-April 3]
      [10 of 28, Topeka, Kansas, April 6]
      [11 of 28, New York, New York, May 1-2]
      [12 of 28, Washington, D.C., May 3-5]
      [13 od 28, Dallas, Texas, May 13]
      [14 of 28, Boston, Massachusetts, June 8-9]
      [15 of 28, Columbia, Missouri, June 14]
      [16 of 28, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 15]
      [17 of 28, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, June 19]
      [18 of 28, New York, New York, September 8-15]
      [19 of 28, Denver, Colorado, September 30-October 1]
Box 751
      [20 of 28, Bonham, Texas, October 9]
      [21 of 28, Bonham, Texas, October 9]
      [22 of 28, Los Angeles, California, November 1]
      [23 of 28, Welch, West Virginia, November 11]
      [24 of 28, Welch, West Virginia, November 11]
Box 752
      [25 of 28, Washington, D.C. and New York, New York, November 12]
      [26 of 28, Washington, D.C. and New York, New York, November 12]
      [27 of 28, St. Louis, Missouri, November 23]
      [28 of 28, New York, New York, December 22-30]
  • 1958
      [1 of 56, New York, January 12-15]
      [2 of 56, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 18-19]
      [3 of 56, Washington, D.C. and New York, New York, February 19-25]
      [4 of 56, Washington, D.C. (Dinner), February 22]
Box 753
      [5 of 56, Washington, D.C. (Dinner), February 22]
      [6 of 56, Norman, Oklahoma, March 4]
      [7 of 56, Wichita, Kansas (National Conference of Christians and Jews), March 11]
      [8 of 56, Wichita, Kansas (National Conference of Christians and Jews), March 11]
      [9 of 56, Denver, Colorado, March 18]
Box 754
      [10 of 56, Denver, Colorado, March 18]
      [11 of 56, New Haven, Connecticut (Yale University), April 8-10]
      [12 of 56, Washington, D.C., April 11-14]
      [13 of 56, Washington, D.C., April 21]
      [14 of 56, New York, New York, April 23-24]
      [15 of 56, Albany, New York, April 25]
      [16 of 56, New York, New York and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 23-28]
Box 755
      [17 of 56, New York, New York (Jewish Theological Seminary), April 27)
      [18 of 56, Chicago, Illinois, May 22]
      [19 of 56, European Trip, May-July]
      [20 of 56, European Trip, May-July]
      [21 of 56, European Trip, May-July]
Box 756
      [22 of 56, European Trip, May-July]
      [23 of 56, European Trip, May-July]]
      [24 of 56, Chicago, Illinois (FOE Convention), August 6]
      [25 of 56, Chicago, Illinois (American Legion Convention), September 3]
      [26 of 56, Fort Wayne, Indiana, September 11]
      [27 of 56, Nebraska, September 13]
      [28 of 56, New York, New York, September 16-22]
Box 757
      [29 of 56, Atlantic City, New Jersey, September 17]
      [30 of 56, Albany, New York, September 18-19]
      [31 of 56, Pikesville, Maryland, September 19]
      [32 of 56, Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland, September 19-20]
      [33 of 56, Charleston, West Virginia, September 20]
      [34 of 56, Chicago, Illinois, September 21-22]
      [35 of 56, San Francisco, California, September 25]
      [36 of 56, Seattle, Washington, September 26]
      [37 of 56, Portland, Oregon, September 27]
      [38 of 56, Cheyenne, Wyoming, October 1]
      [39 of 56, Cleveland, Ohio, October 2]
      [40 of 56, Columbus, Ohio, October 4]
      [41 of 56, Cherokee and Sioux City, Iowa, October 9]
Box 758
      [42 of 56, Minot, North Dakota, October 10]
      [43 of 56, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 11]
      [44 of 56, Detroit, Michigan, October 11]
      [45 of 56, Washington, D.C., October 17-18]
      [46 of 56, New Castle, Pennsylvania, October 21]
      [47 of 56, Wilmington, Delaware, October 22]
      [48 of 56, Boston, Massachusetts, October 23]
      [49 of 56, New York, New York, October 19-27]
      [50 of 56, St. Louis, Missouri (Democratic Party Dinner), November 1]
      [51 of 56, Springfield, Missouri, November 11]
      [52 of 56, Uvalde, Texas, November 22]
      [53 of 56, Houston, Missouri, November 25]
      [54 of 56, Washington, D.C., December 2-8]
      [55 of 56, Raleigh, North Carolina, December 4-5]
      [56 of 56, New York, New York, December 21-27]
Box 759
  • 1959
      [1 of 20, Washington, D.C., January 5-11]
      [2 of 20, Columbia, Missouri, March 4 and 24]
      [3 of 20, West Coast-California, April 4]
      [4 of 20, West Coast-California, April 4]
      [5 of 20, Omaha, Nebraska, April 11]
      [6 of 20, New York, New York (Columbia University), April 27-29]
      [7 of 20, New York, New York and Washington, D.C., April 27-May 7]
      [8 of 20, Washington, D.C., April 30-May 7]
Box 760
      [9 of 20, New York, New York, May 8]
      [10 of 20, New York, New York, September 13-22]
      [11 of 20, Boston, Massachusetts (Matthew J. Connelly Dinner), September 19]
      [12 of 20, Wichita, Kansas, September 23]
      [13 of 20, Springfield, Illinois, October 8]
      [14 of 20, Lubbock, Texas, October 16]
      [15 of 20, Dallas, Texas, October 17]
      [16 of 20, Washington, D.C., October 20]
      [17 of 20, Paducah, Kentucky, October 24]
      [18 of 20, Toledo, Ohio, November 21]
Box 761
      [19 of 20, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, December 3]
      [20 of 20, New York, New York, December 5-8]
  • 1960
      [1 of 55, Phoenix, Arizona, January 9]
      [2 of 55, Washington, D.C., January 23]
      [3 of 55, Florida Vacation, February 14-March 7]
      [4 of 55, Florida Vacation, February 14-March 7]
Box 762
      [5 of 55, Louisville, Kentucky, March 18-19]
      [6 of 55, Lawrence, Kansas, April 1]
      [7 of 55, Topeka, Kansas, April 1]
      [8 of 55, Chicago, Illinois, April 5]
      [9 of 55, New York, New York and Washington, D.C., April 11-May 6]
      [10 of 55, Ithaca, New York (Cornell University), April 18]
      [11 of 55, Syracuse, New York (Syracuse University), April 23]
      [12 of 55, Washington, D.C., April 26-30]
      [13 of 55, Lexington, Virginia (Washington and Lee University), May 1-4]
      [14 of 55, Charlottesville, Virginia (University of Virginia), May 1-4]
Box 763
      [15 of 55, Chicago, Illinois (Executives' Club), May 13]
      [16 of 55, Chicago, Illinois (American Booksellers Association), June 5-6]
      [17 of 55, New York, New York (Mr. Citizen), June 9-11]
      [18 of 55, East Lansing, Michigan (Michigan State University), June 12]
      [19 of 55, New York, New York, June 17-22]
      [20 of 55, San Francisco, California (United Nations Address), June 26]
      [21 of 55, Los Angeles, California, July 7]
      [22 of 55, Logan, Utah (Utah State University), July 20]
      [23 of 55, Washington, D.C., September 1]
      [24 of 55, Marion, Indiana, September 5]
Box 764
      [25 of 55, Marion, Indiana, September 5]
      [26 of 55, Marion, Indiana, September 5]
      [27 of 55, New York, New York, September 8]
      [28 of 55, St. Louis, Missouri (John F. Kennedy Dinner), October 2]
      [29 of 55, Jefferson City, Missouri (Executive Mansion), October 6]
      [30 of 55, Spencer, Iowa, October 8]
      [31 of 55, Texarkana, Texas, October 10]
      [32 of 55, San Antonio, Texas, October 10]
      [33 of 55, Waco, Texas, October 11]
      [34 of 55, Washington, D.C., October 12]
      [35 of 55, Raleigh, North Carolina, October 13]
      [36 of 55, Wilson, North Carolina, October 14]
      [37 of 55, Nashville, North Carolina, October 14]
      [38 of 55, Abingdon, Virginia, October 15]
      [39 of 55, Trenton, Tennessee, October 20]
Box 765
      [40 of 55, Trenton, Tennessee, October 20]
      [41 of 55, Sikeston, Missouri, October 20]
      [42 of 55, Decatur, Alabama, October 21]
      [43 of 55, Tupelo, Mississippi, October 22]
      [44 of 55, Abbeyville, Louisiana, October 22]
      [45 of 55, Seattle, Washington, October 26-27]
      [46 of 55, Tacoma, Washington, October 27]
      [47 of 55, Reno, Nevada, October 28]
      [48 of 55, San Francisco and Oakland, California, October 28]
      [49 of 55, New York, New York, November 1-3]
      [50 of 55, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November 4]
      [51 of 55, Chicago, Illinois (Press Photographers Association), November 12]
      [52 of 55, New York, New York, November 27]
      [53 of 55, St. Joseph, Missouri, December 3]
      [54 of 55, Chicago, Illinois, December 9-10]
      [55 of 55, New York, New York, December 20-29]
Box 766
  • 1961
      [1 of 24, Presidential Inaugural Invitations]
      [2 of 24, Jefferson City, Missouri, January 9]
      [3 of 24, Leavenworth, Kansas, January 13]
      [4 of 24, Washington, D.C., January 18-21]
      [5 of 24, New York, New York, February 10]
      [6 of 24, Hamilton, Bermuda, February 13]
      [7 of 24, Washington, D.C., March 8-10]
      [8 of 24, Jefferson City, Missouri, May 1]
Box 767
      [9 of 24, Louisville, Kentucky, May 25-26]
      [10 of 24, Washington, D.C. (Democratic Dinner), May 26-27]
      [11 of 24, New York, New York, May 30-June 8]
      [12 of 24, Camp Riley, Minnesota, June 28-29]
      [13 of 24, Wichita, Kansas (American Legion Convention), August 5]
      [14 of 24, Minneapolis, Minnesota (FOE Convention), August 10-11]
      [15 of 24, New York, New York, August 31]
      [16 of 24, Toledo, Ohio, September 13]
      [17 of 24, Denver, Colorado, September 14]
Box 768
      [18 of 24, St. Louis, Missouri, October 10]
      [19 of 24, Dallas, Texas, October 12]
      [20 of 24, Washington, D.C., October 30-November 5]
      [22 of 24, St. Louis, Missouri, November 30]
      [23 of 24, Los Angeles, California, December 6-8]
      [24 of 24, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, December 15]
  • 1962
      [1 of 45, Washington, D.C., January 17-18]
      [2 of 45, New York, New York, January 28]
      [3 of 45, Washington, D.C. (Charles Clark Dinner), February 11-14]
      [5 of 45, Des Moines, Iowa (Drake University), February 20]
      [6 of 45, Baldwin, Kansas (Baker University), February 22]
      [7 of 45, Savannah, Georgia (Hibernean Society Dinner), March 17]
Box 769
      [8 of 45, Buffalo, New York (Canisius College), March 25-26]
      [9 of 45, Washington, D.C. (Yale Club Dinner), March 27-28]
      [10 of 45, St. Louis, Missouri (Sidney Souers Birthday Party), March 30]
      [11 of 45, St. Louis, Missouri (Israel Bond Drive), April 4-5]
      [12 of 45, Omaha, Nebraska (Creighton University), April 14-15]
      [13 of 45, Des Moines, Iowa (Federal Home Loan Bank), April 25]
      [14 of 45, Indianapolis, Indiana (Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner), April 28]
      [15 of 45, Abilene, Kansas (Eisenhower Library Dedication), April 30-May 1]
      [16 of 45, New York, New York (State to Israel Salute), May 9-11]
      [17 of 45, Neosho, Missouri (Thomas Hart Benton Homecoming), May 12]
      [18 of 45, Washington, D.C., June 4-9]
      [19 of 45, Charleston, West Virginia (Centennial), June 20-23]
      [20 of 45, Highland and Venice, Illinois (Democratic Party Meeting), July 28]
Box 770
      [21 of 45, Maryville, Missouri (Post Office Dedication), August 3]
      [22 of 45, Washington, D.C. (Helm Funeral), August 8-9]
      [23 of 45, West Branch, Iowa (Hoover Library Dedication), August 9-10]
      [24 of 45, Chicago, Illinois (AHEPA Dinner), August 22]
      [25 of 45, New York, New York (Visit with Daniel Family), August 23-29]
      [26 of 45, Hartford, Connecticut, September 8-9]
      [27 of 45, San Francisco, California (Stanley Mosk Dinner), September 11]
      [28 of 45, Los Angeles, California (Edmund G. Brown Dinner), September 12-13]
      [29 of 45, Idaho Falls, Idaho (Democratic Party Meeting), September 14]
      [30 of 45, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (U.S. Constitution Anniversary), September 17]
      [31 of 45, St. Louis, Missouri (Masonic Dinner), September 24-25]
Box 771
      [32 of 45, Youngstown, Ohio (Democratic Party Dinner), September 29]
      [33 of 45, Jefferson City, Missouri (Democratic Party Dinner), October 3]
      [34 of 45, Clarksburg, West Virginia (Democratic Party Dinner), October 5]
      [35 of 45, Evansville, Indiana (Democratic Party Dinner), October 6]
      [36 of 45, Las Vegas, Nevada (American Legion Convention), October 11]
      [37 of 45, Denver, Colorado (Man of the Century Award), October 15]
      [38 of 45, Cape Girardeau, Missouri (Democratic Party Dinner), October 16]
      [39 of 45, Louisville, Kentucky (Democratic Party Dinner), October 19-21]
      [40 of 45, Hutchinson, Kansas (Democratic Dinner), October 22]
      [41 of 45, Detroit, Michigan, October 26-28]
Box 772
      [42 of 45, Portland, Oregon (Political), October 29]
      [43 of 45, New York, New York (Eleanor Roosevelt Funeral), November 8-12]
      [44 of 45, Los Angeles, California (State of Israel Commendation Dinner), November 17-19]
      [45 of 45, New York, New York (United Jewish Appeal Conference), December 8-9]
  • 1963
      [1 of 16, Springfield, Missouri (Ralph Truman Armory Dedication), May 9]
      [2 of 16, Washington, D.C. (Truman Committee Reunion), June 12-15]
      [3 of 16, St. Louis, Missouri (American Legion Convention), July 27-28]
      [4 of 16, Chicago, Illinois (F.O.E. Convention), July 31]
      [5 of 16, New York, New York (TV Business), August 18-23]
      [6 of 16, New York, New York (Visit with Daniel Family), September 6-19]
      [7 of 16, Cleveland, Ohio (Stephen Young Dinner), September 13-14]
      [8 of 16, Cleveland, Ohio (Stephen Young Dinner), September 13-14]
      [9 of 16, New York, New York (TV Series Filming), October 6-12]
      [10 of 16, Des Moines, Iowa (Drake University and Grinnell College), October 23-24]
      [11 of 16, Wichita, Kansas (United Jewish Appeal), October 27]
      [12 of 16, Jefferson City, Missouri (State Red Cross Conference), November 8]
      [13 of 16, Las Vegas, Nevada (Anti-Defamation League), November 10]
      [14 of 16, New York, New York (Visit with Daniel Family), December 20-29]
Box 773
      [15 of 16, Trips--Expense Data]
      [16 of 16, Trips--Expense Data]
  • 1964
      [1 of 12, New York, New York (TV Series Filming), January 5-11]
      [2 of 12, Greece (Funeral of King Paul), March 3-10]
Box 774
      [3 of 12, Greece (Funeral of King Paul), March 3-10]
      [4 of 12, Key West, Florida (Vacation), March 14-28]
      [5 of 12, Fulton, Missouri (Westminster College), April 19]
      [6 of 12, New York, New York (TV Series Filming), April 19-26]
      [7 of 12, Washington, D.C. (80th Birthday Fete), May 7-9]
      [8 of 12, New York, New York (United Jewish Appeal), May 10-12]
      [9 of 12, Fulton, Missouri (Westminster College), June 8]
      [10 of 12, Springfield, Missouri (Paul Powell Dinner), June 20]
      [11 of 12, New York, New York (Vacation), August 6-14]
      [12 of 12, New York, New York, December 22-29]
  • 1965
      [1 of 3, New York, New York (Freedom House Award), April 10]
      [2 of 3, New York, New York (Personal), August 16-23]
Box 775
      [3 of 3, New York, New York (Visit with Daniel Family), December 21-28]
  • 1968
      [1 of 3, Key West, Florida (Vacation), March 16-31]
      [2 of 3, Key West, Florida (Vacation), March 16-31]
      [3 of 3, Key West, Florida (Vacation), March 16-31]
  • 1969
      [1 of 1, Key West, Florida (Vacation), March 22-April 4]
    EUROPEAN TRIP, 1956
Box 776
  • Articles on Trip
  • Australia (Proposed Visit)
  • Austria
  • Belgium
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Bills
  • Chronological File, May 7-July 9
      [1 of 2]
Box 777
      [2 of 2]
  • England
      [1 of 12]
      [2 of 12]
      [3 of 12]
      [4 of 12]
Box 778
      [5 of 12]
      [6 of 12]
      [7 of 12]
      [8 of 12]
      [9 of 12]
Box 779
      [10 of 12]
      [11 of 12]
      [12 of 12]
  • Foreign Data
  • France
      [1 of 4]
Box 780
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4]
      [4 of 4]
  • General Memoranda
  • Germany
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 781
  • Italy
      [1 of 8, General]
      [2 of 8, General]
      [3 of 8, General]
      [4 of 8, Assisi]
      [5 of 8, Florence]
      [6 of 8, Naples]
      [7 of 8, Rome]
Box 782
      [8 of 8, Venice]
  • Itinerary for Trip
  • Miscellaneous Correspondence
  • Netherlands
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • New York Visits
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
Box 783
  • Shipboard--Eastbound
  • Shipboard--Westbound
  • Switzerland
  • Truman, Harry S.--Articles on Trip
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Woodward, Stanley
    INVITATIONS FILE, 1953-72
Box 784
    Political File
  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arizona, Phoenix
  • California
      [1 of 13, Cities (A-H)]
      [2 of 13, Cities (I-P)]
      [3 of 13, Cities (Q-Z)]
Box 785
      [4 of 13, Berkeley]
      [5 of 13, Beverly Hills]
      [6 of 13, Democratic State Central Committee of Southern California]
      [7 of 13, Long Beach]
      [8 of 13, Los Angeles, 1953-55]
      [9 of 13, Los Angeles, 1956-59]
      [10 of 13, Los Angeles, 1960-72]
      [11 of 13, Sacramento]
      [12 of 13, San Diego]
      [13 of 13, San Francisco]
  • 1956 Campaign
      [1 of 12, Miscellaneous Data]
      [2 of 12, Contributions]
Box 786
      [3 of 12, Harriman Data]
      [4 of 12, Senator Hennings]
      [5 of 12, Hubert Humphrey]
      [6 of 12, Lyndon Johnson]
      [7 of 12, Kefauver Data]
      [8 of 12, Kennedy]
      [9 of 12, Lausche]
      [10 of 12, Campaign Fund--Democratic National Committee]
      [11 of 12, Stevenson]
      [12 of 12, Harry S. Truman]
  • Canada
  • Colorado
  • Colorado, Denver
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Democratic National Committee
Box 787
  • Democratic National Convention Site, 1960, Los Angeles, California
  • E-Florida
  • Florida
  • G
  • Illinois
      [1 of 5, G-L]
      [2 of 5, M-P]
      [3 of 5, Q-S]
      [4 of 5, T-Z]
Box 788
      [5 of 5, Chicago]
  • Indiana
      [1 of 3, Miscellaneous]
      [2 of 3, Fort Wayne]
      [3 of 3, Indianapolis]
  • Iowa
      [1 of 3, A-L]
      [2 of 3, M-Z]
      [3 of 3, Des Moines]
  • Kansas
      [1 of 5, Kansas City]
      [2 of 5, Lawrence]
Box 789
      [3 of 5, Miscellaneous]
      [4 of 5, Topeka]
      [5 of 5, Wichita]
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
      [1 of 2, (Cities) A-Z]
      [2 of 2, Boston]
Box 790
  • Mexico
  • Michigan
      [1 of 3, A-Z]
      [2 of 3, Detroit]
      [3 of 3, Lansing]
  • Midwest Conference--Detroit, March 25-27, 1960
  • Minnesota
      [1 of 3, A-Z]
      [2 of 3, Minneapolis]
      [3 of 3, St. Paul]
Box 791
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
      [1 of 17, A-B]
      [2 of 17, C-E]
      [3 of 17, F-H]
      [4 of 17, I-L]
      [5 of 17, M-N]
      [6 of 17, O-R]
      [7 of 17, S-Z]
      [8 of 17, Independence]
      [9 of 17, Poplar Bluff (Truman Day)]
Box 792
      [10 of 17, Columbia]
      [11 of 17, Jefferson City]
      [12 of 17, Kansas City, 1953-56]
      [13 of 17, Kansas City, 1957-59]
      [14 of 17, Kansas City, 1960-72]
      [15 of 17, St. Joseph]
      [16 of 17, St. Louis]
      [17 of 17, Springfield]
Box 793
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
      [1 of 5, A-G]
      [2 of 5, H-L]
      [3 of 5, M-Z]
      [4 of 5, Newark]
      [5 of 5, Trenton]
Box 794
  • New Mexico
  • New York City
      [1 of 4, 1953-54]
      [2 of 4, 1955-57]
      [3 of 4, 1958-60]
      [4 of 4, 1961-72]
  • New York State
      [1 of 6, A-H]
      [2 of 6, I-O]
      [3 of 6, P-Z]
Box 795
      [4 of 6, Albany]
      [5 of 6, Affiliated Young Democrats of]
      [6 of 6, Harriman-DeSapio]
  • North Carolina
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, Raleigh]
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
      [1 of 12, A-B]
      [2 of 12, C-E]
      [3 of 12, F-K]
      [4 of 12, L-N]
      [5 of 12, O-R]
      [6 of 12, S-Z]
      [7 of 12, Akron]
      [8 of 12, Cincinnati]
      [9 of 12, Cleveland]
      [10 of 12, Columbus]
      [11 of 12, Dayton]
      [12 of 12, Toledo]
Box 796
  • Oklahoma
      [1 of 3, A-O]
      [2 of 3, P-Z]
      [3 of 3, Oklahoma City]
  • Oregon
      [1 of 2, Medford]
      [2 of 2, Portland]
  • Pennsylvania
      [1 of 5, A-H (Cities)]
      [2 of 5, I-Z (Cities)]
      [3 of 5, Harrisburg]
      [4 of 5, Pittsburgh]
      [5 of 5, Philadelphia]
Box 797
  • Puerto Rico
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
      [1 of 4, A-L]
      [2 of 4, M-Z]
      [3 of 4, Knoxville]
      [4 of 4, Nashville]
  • Texas
      [1 of 3, Austin]
      [2 of 3, Dallas]
      [3 of 3, San Antonio]
  • Utah
  • Vermont
Box 798
  • Virginia
  • Washington, D.C.
      [1 of 3, 1953-56]
      [2 of 3, 1957-60]
      [3 of 3, 1961-72]
  • Washington (State)
      [1 of 3, A-O]
      [2 of 3, P-Z]
      [3 of 3, Seattle]
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
      [1 of 3, A-P]
      [2 of 3, Q-Z]
      [3 of 3, Madison]
  • Wyoming
Box 799
    Jewish Organization File
  • State
      [1 of 3, A-H]
      [2 of 3, I-M]
      [3 of 3, N-Z]
  • California
  • Canada
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Florida
  • Illinois
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
Box 800
  • Kansas
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5]
      [3 of 5, Kansas City]
      [4 of 5, Kansas City]
      [5 of 5, Kansas City, Jewish Community Center]
  • Nebraska
  • New Jersey
  • New York City
      [1 of 4]
Box 801
      [2 of 4]
      [3 of 4, 1959]
      [4 of 4, Brooklyn]
  • New York State
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Pennsylvania
  • Texas
Box 802
  • Washington
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Wisconsin
  • Jewish Theological Seminary of America
  • National Conference of Christians and Jews [includes documents added in 2011]
  • United Jewish Appeal, New York, New York
Box 803
    Schools File
  • School Invitations-lists
  • Comments
  • A
  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • Australia
  • California
      [1 of 16, A-L]
      [2 of 16, M]
      [3 of 16, N-Q]
      [4 of 16, R-S]
      [5 of 16, T-Z]
Box 804
      [6 of 16, University of California (1952-59)-Berkeley and Los Angeles]
      [7 of 16, University of California (1960-)]
      [8 of 16, Long Beach]
      [9 of 16, Los Angeles]
      [10 of 16, Sacramento]
      [11 of 16, San Diego]
      [12 of 16, San Francisco]
      [13 of 16, San Jose]
Box 805
      [14 of 16, Stanford University--Correspondence with President's Office]
      [15 of 16, Stanford University--Miscellaneous]
      [16 of 16, Stanford University--Political Invitations]
  • Canada (1960-)
  • Colorado
      [1 of 3, Boulder]
      [2 of 3, Colorado Springs]
      [3 of 3, Denver]
  • Connecticut
      [1 of 6]
Box 806
      [2 of 6, Bridgeport]
      [3 of 6, Yale University]
      [4 of 6, Yale University--Papers of Benjamin Franklin]
      [5 of 6, Yale University--Yale Law School]
      [6 of 6, Yale University--Yale University Library]
  • Delaware
  • Florida
      [1 of 4]
Box 807
      [2 of 4, Coral Gables]
      [3 of 4, Tampa]
      [4 of 4, Tallahassee]
  • Foreign
  • Georgia
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5, Atlanta]
      [3 of 5, University of Georgia--Demosthenian Literary Society]
      [4 of 5, Mercer University]
      [5 of 5, Oxford]
  • Greece
  • Hawaii
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, University of Hawaii]
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
      [1 of 11, A-C]
Box 808
      [2 of 11, D-G]
      [3 of 11, H-L]
      [4 of 11, M-Z]
      [5 of 11, Carbondale]
      [6 of 11, Chicago]
      [7 of 11, University of Chicago]
      [8 of 11, Decatur]
      [9 of 11, Evanston]
Box 809
      [10 of 11, Northwestern University]
      [11 of 11, Northwestern University, Richard C. Snyder, Korea Data etc.]
  • Indiana
      [1 of 4]
      [2 of 4, Indianapolis]
      [3 of 4, University of Notre Dame]
      [4 of 4, Purdue University]
Box 810
  • Iowa
      [1 of 9, A-H]
      [2 of 9, I-P]
      [3 of 9, Q-Z]
      [4 of 9, Ames]
      [5 of 9, Davenport-Palmer School of Chiropractic]
      [6 of 9, Des Moines]
      [7 of 9, Grinnell College]
      [8 of 9, Iowa City]
      [9 of 9, Sioux City]
Box 811
  • Israel
  • Kansas
      [1 of 13, A-D]
      [2 of 13, E-L]
      [3 of 13, M-Z]
      [4 of 13, Kansas City]
      [5 of 13, University of Kansas]
Box 812
      [6 of 13, University of Kansas--Foreign Students]
      [7 of 13, University of Kansas--D.W. Clarke Wescoe]
      [8 of 13, University of Kansas--Law Department]
      [9 of 13, Manhattan]
      [10 of 13, Pittsburgh]
      [11 of 13, Salina]
      [12 of 13, St. John's Military]
      [13 of 13, Saint Mary College, Xavier, Kansas]
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, New Orleans]
  • Maine
Box 813
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
      [1 of 15]
      [2 of 15, Amherst]
      [3 of 15, Boston]
Box 814
      [4 of 15, Brandeis Data]
      [5 of 15, Harvard University, 1953-57]
      [6 of 15, Harvard University, 1958-]
      [7 of 15, Harvard University, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.]
      [8 of 15, Harvard University, Law Department]
      [9 of 15, Harvard University, Business Department]
      [10 of 15, Harvard University, Public Administration]
      [11 of 15, Harvard University, International Seminar]
      [12 of 15, Harvard University, Korean Professorship]
      [13 of 15, Medford]
      [14 of 15, Tufts University]
      [15 of 15, Worcester]
  • Mexico
Box 815
  • Michigan
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5, Detroit]
      [3 of 5, East Lansing]
      [4 of 5, University of Michigan]
      [5 of 5, University of Michigan]
  • Minnesota
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, University of Minnesota]
  • Mississippi
Box 816
  • Missouri
      [1 of 45, A-B]
      [2 of 45, C-E]
      [3 of 45, F-H]
      [4 of 45, I-L]
      [5 of 45, M-P]
Box 817
      [6 of 45, Q-Z]
      [7 of 45, Columbia]
      [8 of 45, Culver-Stockton College, May 7, 1968]
      [9 of 45, Independence]
      [10 of 45, Independence--Central Missouri State Residence Ct.]
Box 818
      [11 of 45, Independence--Truman High School]
      [12 of 45, Independence--William Chrisman High School]
      [13 of 45, Jefferson City]
      [14 of 45, Joplin]
      [15 of 45, Kansas City]
      [16 of 45, Kansas City--Avila College]
      [17 of 45, Kansas City--Barstow School]
Box 819
      [18 of 45, Kansas City--DeLaSalle Military Academy]
      [19 of 45, Kansas City--Junior College of Kansas City]
      [20 of 45, Kansas City--Rockhurst College]
      [21 of 45, Kemper Military Academy]
      [22 of 45, Marshall]
      [23 of 45, University of Missouri]
      [24 of 45, University of Missouri--College of Arts and Sciences]
      [25 of 45, University of Missouri--Dr. Elmer Ellis]
Box 820
      [26 of 45, University of Missouri--Journalism Department]
      [27 of 45, University of Missouri--Law Department]
      [28 of 45, University of Missouri Press]
      [29 of 45, University of Missouri at Kansas City]
      [30 of 45, University of Missouri at Kansas City]
      [31 of 45, University of Missouri at Kansas City--Law Department]
      [32 of 45, University of Missouri at Kansas City--University Associates]
Box 821
      [33 of 45, Nevada]
      [34 of 45, Parkville]
      [35 of 45, St. Joseph]
      [36 of 45, St. Louis]
      [37 of 45, St. Louis University]
      [38 of 45, Springfield]
      [39 of 45, Warrensburg]
      [40 of 45, Warrensburg--Data Re Foreign Visitors]
Box 822
      [41 of 45, Washington University]
      [42 of 45, Wentworth Military Academy]
      [43 of 45, Westminster College]
      [44 of 45, Westminster College]
Box 823
      [45 of 45, William Jewell College]
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, University of Nebraska]
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, Dartmouth College]
Box 824
  • New Jersey
      [1 of 6, A-R]
      [2 of 6, S-Z]
      [3 of 6, New Brunswick]
      [4 of 6, Princeton University]
      [5 of 6, Princeton University--Papers of Thomas Jefferson]
      [6 of 6, Upsala College]
  • New Mexico
  • New York State
      [1 of 16, Miscellaneous, A-G]
Box 825
      [2 of 16, Miscellaneous, R-Z]
      [3 of 16, Adelphi College]
      [4 of 16, Albany]
      [5 of 16, Brooklyn]
      [6 of 16, Buffalo]
Box 826
      [7 of 16, Colgate University]
      [8 of 16, Columbia University]
      [9 of 16, Columbia University--Journalism Department]
      [10 of 16, Columbia University--Law and Government]
      [11 of 16, Cornell University]
      [12 of 16, New York University]
      [13 of 16, Syracuse University]
      [14 of 16, U.S. Military Academy, West Point]
      [15 of 16, Vassar College]
      [16 of 16, Yorktown Heights--Wiltwyck School]
Box 827
  • New York City
      [1 of 5, Miscellaneous, 1953-58]
      [2 of 5, Miscellaneous, 1959-72]
      [3 of 5, City College]
      [4 of 5, Fordham University]
      [5 of 5, Yeshiva University]
  • North Carolina
      [1 of 7, A-F]
      [2 of 7, G-Z]
      [3 of 7, Duke University]
      [4 of 7, University of North Carolina]
      [5 of 7, University of North Carolina--Carolina Forum]
      [6 of 7, University of North Carolina--Gordon Gray]
Box 828
      [7 of 7, Winston-Salem]
  • North Dakota
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, Bismarck Junior College]
  • Ohio
      [1 of 5, A-H]
      [2 of 5, I-R]
      [3 of 5, S-Z]
      [4 of 5, Columbus]
      [5 of 5, Wilmington College]
Box 829
  • Oklahoma
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3, Stillwater]
      [3 of 3, University of Oklahoma]
  • Oregon
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, University of Oregon]
  • Pennsylvania
      [1 of 7, A-I]
Box 830
      [2 of 7, J-Z]
      [3 of 7, Bethlehem]
      [4 of 7, Dropsie College]
      [5 of 7, Philadelphia]
      [6 of 7, University of Pennsylvania]
      [7 of 7, University of Pittsburgh]
  • Puerto Rico
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
      [1 of 4, A-L]
Box 831
      [2 of 4, M-Z]
      [3 of 4, George Peabody College for Teachers]
      [4 of 4, Vanderbilt University]
  • Texas
      [1 of 5, A-G]
      [2 of 5, H-Z]
      [3 of 5, Austin]
      [4 of 5, San Antonio]
      [5 of 5, Waco]
  • Utah
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, University of Utah]
Box 832
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, Virginia Military Institute]
  • Washington
      [1 of 2, Seattle]
      [2 of 2, Tacoma-Truman Junior High School]
  • Washington, D.C.
      [1 of 8]
      [2 of 8, American University]
Box 833
      [3 of 8, American University]
      [4 of 8, American University-R. Anderson]
      [5 of 8, American University-Statements]
      [6 of 8, Georgetown University]
      [7 of 8, National War College]
      [8 of 8, National War College]
  • West Virginia
      [1 of 2, A-R]
Box 834
      [2 of 2, S-Z]
  • Wisconsin
      [1 of 5]
      [2 of 5, University of Wisconsin]
      [3 of 5, University of Wisconsin--Union Forum Committee]
      [4 of 5, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee]
      [5 of 5, Milwaukee]
  • Wyoming
Box 835
    General File
  • Addresses-Rosters (American Legion, Masonic, Et Al)
  • Ab-Ah
  • Ai-Alz
  • Ama-Aq
  • Ara-Arz
  • As-Az
  • Advertising Clubs
Box 836
  • Agricultural Hall of Fame
      [1 of 3]
      [2 of 3, Dinner, 5-16-64]
      [3 of 3, Site]
  • Agriculture
  • AHEPA
  • Air Force
      [1 of 8]
      [2 of 8, Alabama]
      [3 of 8, Kansas City and Independence]
      [4 of 8, Missouri]
Box 837
      [5 of 8, Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base]
      [6 of 8, Col. John Riffle]
      [7 of 8, Whiteman Air Force Base]
    [8 of 8, Dinner, September 18, 1963]
  • Alabama
      [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2, Birmingham]
  • Alfalfa Club
  • "American"
      [1 of 5, A-B]
      [2 of 5, C-D]
      [3 of 5, E-L]
    Box 838
        [4 of 5, M-P]
        [5 of 5, O-Z]
    • American Archivists, Society of
    • American Bar
    • American Bar Association Meeting
        [1 of 2, August 12, 1963]
        [2 of 2, August 5-7, 1961]
    • American Federation of Labor
    • American Friends Service Committee
    • American G.I. Forum of the U.S.
    • American Historical Association
    • American Pollard Hereford Association
    • American Legion
        [1 of 12, Program Data]
        [2 of 12, A-H]
        [3 of 12, I-N]
    Box 839
        [4 of 12, O-Z]
        [5 of 12, California]
        [6 of 12, Indiana]
        [7 of 12, Minneapolis, Minnesota]
        [8 of 12, Missouri]
        [9 of 12, Jefferson City, Missouri]
        [10 of 12, Kansas City, Missouri]
        [11 of 12, Springfield, Missouri]
        [12 of 12, New York]
    • American Library Association
    • American Newspaper Guild
    • American Political Science Association
    • American Royal
    Box 840
    • AMVETS
    • Americans for Democratic Action
    • Ardmore, Oklahoma
    • Arizona
    • Arkansas
    • Army
        [1 of 8, A-O]
        [2 of 8, P-Z]
        [3 of 8, Ft. Leavenworth]
        [4 of 8, Kansas]
    Box 841
        [5 of 8, Missouri--Miscellaneous]
        [6 of 8, Missouri--Kansas City]
        [7 of 8, New York]
        [8 of 8, 356th Infantry Association--Data]
    • Arrow Rock, Missouri
    • Associated Health Foundation, Inc.
    • Atlantic Congress
    • Atlantic Council
    • Auto Club of Missouri
    • Ba-Baq
    • Bar-Bh
    Box 842
    • Bi-Bn
    • Bo-Bq
    • Br-Bt
    • Bu-Bz
    • Baptist
    • Baptist Hospital
    • Bar, Miscellaneous
    • Basketball
    • Battery, Miscellaneous
    • Belgium
    • Blind Organization
    • Boy Scouts
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3, Missouri]
        [3 of 3, New Jersey]
    • Boys' Clubs, Boys' Homes
    • Brookings Institution
    Box 843
    • Business and Professional Women's Clubs
    • Ca-Carnz
    • Caro-Caz
    • Cb-Cg
    • Ch
    • Ci-Ckz
    • Cl-Cn
    • Coa-Coll
    • Colm-Colz
    • Com-Con
    • Coo-Cor
    • Cos-Coz
    • Cp-Cz
    • Canada
        [1 of 6]
        [2 of 6, Montreal]
        [3 of 6, Ottawa]
        [4 of 6, Toronto]
        [5 of 6, Windsor]
        [6 of 6, Winnipeg]
    • Cancer, Miscellaneous
    • Carlson, George and Associates
    Box 845
    • George Washington Carver Memorial Institute
    • Chamber of Commerce
        [1 of 23, A-K]
        [2 of 23, L-O]
        [3 of 23, R-Z]
        [4 of 23, California]
        [5 of 23, Connecticut]
        [6 of 23, Florida]
        [7 of 23, Georgia]
        [8 of 23, Illinois]
        [9 of 23, Indiana]
        [10 of 23, Iowa]
        [11 of 23, Kansas]
        [12 of 23, Kentucky]
        [13 of 23, Minnesota]
        [14 of 23, Missouri]
    Box 846
        [15 of 23, Independence, Missouri]
        [16 of 23, Kansas City, Missouri]
        [17 of 23, Nebraska]
        [18 of 23, Ohio]
        [19 of 23, Oklahoma]
        [20 of 23, Pennsylvania]
        [21 of 23, Rhode Island]
        [22 of 23, Tennessee]
        [23 of 23, Texas]
    • Cincinnati Bar Association
    • City of Hope
    • Civil Service
    • Civil War
        [1 of 2, Maryland]
        [2 of 2, Miscellaneous]
    • Civil War Roundtable
        [1 of 2]
    Box 847
        [2 of 2, New York]
    • Commonwealth Club of California
    • Conservation Federation of Missouri
    • Consumers Cooperative Association
    • Crippled Children
    • Charles Curry
    • Da-Dd
    • De-Dh
    • Di-Dn
    • Do-Dz
    Box 848
    • The Decalogue Society of Lawyers
    • DeMolay
        [1 of 3, A-I]
        [2 of 3, J-Z]
        [3 of 3, Missouri and Kansas City, Missouri]
    • Ditchley Foundation
    • Ea-Ek
    • Ela-Elz
    • Em-Eq
    • Er-Ez
    Box 849
    • Eagles
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3, Missouri]
        [3 of 3, Pennsylvania]
    • Eastern Star
    • Economic Club
    • Elks
    • Fa-Fd
    • Fe-Fh
    • Fi-Fk
    • Fla-Fn
    Box 850
    • Fo-Forsz
    • Fort-Forz
    • Fos-Fq
    • Fra-Frd
    • Fre-Ft
    • Fu-Fz
    • Fairs
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3, Missouri]
        [3 of 3, Missouri State Fair]
    • Fraternities
        [1 of 7, Miscellaneous]
        [2 of 7, Missouri]
    Box 851
        [3 of 7, Alpha Delta Gamma]
        [4 of 7, Beta Sigma Tau]
        [5 of 7, Lambda Chi Alpha]
        [6 of 7, Phi Alpha Delta]
        [7 of 7, Sigma Delta Kappa]
    • Football
    • Foreign
    • Fourth of July
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2, Philadelphia]
    • Freedom House
    Box 852
    • Freedom House Award Dinner, April 1965
    • Friars Club
    • Future Farmers of America
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2, Missouri]
    • Ga-Gk
    • Gl-Go
    • Gp-Gz
    • Georgia
    • Girl Scouts
    Box 853
    • Goldberg, Max G.
    • Greek
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2, Missouri]
    • Gridiron
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2, Washington, D.C.]
    • Ha-Hal
    • Ham-Haz
    • Hea-Hef
    • Heg-Hg
    • Hi-Hn
    • Ho-Hol
    • Hom-Ht
    Box 854
    • Hu
    • Hadassah
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2, Dr. Miriam Freud]
    • Historical Miscellaneous
    • Hotel
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2, Florida]
    • Hughes, Charles Evans Award, 1967
    • Hungarian
    • Ia-Im
    • Ina-Ins
    • Ins-Inz
    • Io-Iz
    Box 855
    • Independence Sanitarium
    • Inter-American Bar Association
    • International
        [1 of 2, A-G]
        [2 of 2, H-Z]
    • Israel
        [1 of 4]
        [2 of 4, Missouri]
        [3 of 4, New York, New York]
        [4 of 4, Washington, D.C.]
    • Italian, Miscellaneous
    • Ja-Je
    • Jf-Jz
    Box 856
    • Jackson County Historical Society
    • Eddie Jackson Memorial Dinner, April 15, 1958
    • Jefferson Islands Club
    • Ka-Kd
    • Ke-Kk
    • Kl-Ku
    • Kansas City Bar Association
    Box 857
    • Kentucky
    • Key West, Florida
    • Kiwanis
    • Knife and Fork Club
    • La-Lam
    • Lan-Laq
    • Lar-Ld
    • Le-Lh
    • Li-Lim
    • Lin-Ln
    Box 858
    • Lo-Los
    • Lot-Lz
    • Labor
        [1 of 17, States, A-G]
        [2 of 17, States, H-K]
        [3 of 17, States, L-N]
        [4 of 17, States, Oa-Oz]
        [5 of 17, States, P-Z]
        [6 of 17, California]
        [7 of 17, Illinois]
        [8 of 17, Kansas]
        [9 of 17, Michigan]
        [10 of 17, Kansas City, Missouri]
    Box 859
        [11 of 17, New York]
        [12 of 17, Pennsylvania]
        [13 of 17, Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry]
        [14 of 17, Reuther, Walter]
        [15 of 17, St. Louis]
        [16 of 17, Texas]
        [17 of 17, Washington, D.C.]
    • Larned, Kansas Centennial
    • Last Man's Club, Battery F
    • Later (Letters Awaiting Final Decision)
    • Latter Day Saints, Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of
    • Lecture Bureaus
    Box 860
    • Lincoln, Abraham--Day Dinner
    • Lincoln Sesquicentennial
    • Lions Club
        [1 of 2, Miscellaneous]
        [2 of 2, Missouri]
    • Lists
    • Literary Agents
    • Lotos Club
    • Mc
    • Ma-Maq
    • Mar-Mark
    • Marl-Md
    • March of Dimes
    Box 861
    • Masonic
        [1 of 36, States, A-C]
        [2 of 36, States, D-H]
        [3 of 36, States, I-K]
        [4 of 36, States, L-M]
        [5 of 36, States, N-O]
        [6 of 36, States, R-Z]
        [7 of 36, California]
        [8 of 36, Canada]
        [9 of 36, Colorado]
        [10 of 36, Foreign]
        [11 of 36, Illinois]
        [12 of 36, Iowa]
    Box 862
        [13 of 36, Kansas]
        [14 of 36, Massachusetts]
        [15 of 36, Michigan]
        [16 of 36, Missouri, A-D]
        [17 of 36, Missouri, E-L]
        [18 of 36, Missouri, M-Q]
        [19 of 36, Missouri, R-S]
        [20 of 36, Missouri, T-Z]
        [21 of 36, Missouri, Grandview]
        [22 of 36, Missouri, Independence]
        [23 of 36, Missouri, Kansas City, 1953-59]
        [24 of 36, Missouri, Kansas City, 1960-]
    Box 862
        [25 of 36, Missouri, St. Louis, 1953-59]
        [26 of 36, Missouri, St. Louis, 1960-]
        [27 of 36, New York]
        [28 of 36, New York City]
        [29 of 36, North Carolina]
        [30 of 36, Ohio]
        [31 of 36, Oklahoma]
    Box 864
        [32 of 36, Pennsylvania]
        [33 of 36, Tennessee]
        [34 of 36, Harry S. Truman Data]
        [35 of 36, Virginia]
        [36 of 36, Washington, D.C.]
    • Massman-Rockhurst
    • Me-Mem
    • Memphis Bar Association
    • Men-Meq
    • Mer-Mh
    • Mi-Mik
    • Mil-Miz
    Box 865
    • Michigan Constitutional Convention
    • Military Order of the World Wars
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2, Missouri]
    • Mississippi Valley Historical Association, Meeting--St. Louis
    • Missouri
        [1 of 2, A-H]
        [2 of 2, I-Z]
    • Missouri Bar, The
    • Missouri Press Association, The
    Box 866
    • Mo-Mom
    • Mor-Mt
    • Mu-Mur
    • Mus-Mz
    • Murray-Green Award
    • Music
    • Na-Nd
    • Ne-Nev
    • New
    • Nf-Nors
    • North-Nz
    Box 867
    • National
        [1 of 6, A]
        [2 of 6, B]
        [3 of 6, C-H]
        [4 of 6, I-L]
        [5 of 6, M-Q]
        [6 of 6, R-Z]
    • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
    • National Catholic Youth
    • National Council for the Social Studies
    Box 868
    • National Education Association
    • National Guard
    • National Press Club
    • Navy
    • New Orleans Press
    • New York Groups
    • Nigro, Dr. D.M.
    • North Carolina
    • North Dakota
    • Oa-Oi
    Box 869
    • Oj-Olc
    • Old-Olz
    • Om-Orh
    • Ori-Oz
    • Optimist Clubs, Optometric, etc.
    • On-to-Oregon Cavalcade, April 1959
    • Overseas Press Club
    • Pa-Parm
    Box 870
    • Parn-Peb
    • Pec-Pem
    • Pen-Pg
    • Ph
    • Pi-Pk
    • Pl-Pon
    • Poo-Por
    • Pos-Pq
    • Pra-Prnz
    • Pro-Pz
    • Pershing, John J.
    Box 871
    • Philadelphia Cotillion
    • Physically Handicapped Data
    • Police
    • Pony Express
    • Post Office--Postal Conventions, Etc.
    • Press
    • Puerto Rico
    • Q
    • Ra-Raz
    • Rea-Ren
    • Reo-Rg
    • Rh-Rn
    • Roa-Rof
    • Rog-Rtz
    • Ru-Rz
    Box 872
    • Radio-Television
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Railroads
    • Real Estate
    • Records
    • Reserve Officers
        [1 of 7, A-M]
        [2 of 7, N-Z]
        [3 of 7, Missouri]
        [4 of 7, Oklahoma]
        [5 of 7, Virginia]
    Box 873
        [6 of 7, Washington, D.C., 1961]
        [7 of 7, Headquarters]
    • ROTC
    • Restaurant
    • Rome Boys Club
    • Roosevelt Invitations
    • Roosevelt Memorial
    • Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt Memorial Dinners
    • Rotary Clubs (States)
    • Round Table
    • Royal Order of Jesters
    • REA
    Box 874
    • Sa-Sak
    • Sal-Sb
    • Sc-Sd
    • Sea-Sez
    • Sha-Shz
    • Sia-Slz
    • Sin-Sotz
    • Sou-Soz
    • Spa-Ss
    Box 875
    • Sta-Stz
    • Su-Sz
    • Saints and Sinners Club
    • St. Louis
    • St. Patrick's Day
    • Santa Fe Trail
    • Sertoma Club
    • Shiloh, Battle of
    • Sons of the Revolution
    • South Central Business Association
    Box 876
    • State Department Representatives--Wm. Gremley, Executive Secretary, Committee on Human Relations
    • Ta-Tem
    • Ten-Tew
    • Tex-Th
    • Ti-Tol
    • Tom-Toz
    • Tp-Ttz
    • Tu-Tz
    • Teachers
    • 35th Division
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2, Clippings]
    • Traffic Club
    • TWA
    • Trinity Episcopal Church
    • Twain, Mark
    • 20-30 Clubs
    • Ua-Unisz
    Box 877
    • UNESCO
    • UNICO
    • Unit-United
    • United Daughters of the Confederacy
    • United Funds
    • United Nations
        [1 of 4, States, A-N]
        [2 of 4, States, O-Z]
        [3 of 4, Kansas City, Missouri]
        [4 of 4, Meeting, April 24, 1956 at HST Library]
    • United States, Miscellaneous-Uz
    • United World Federalists
    • University Club
    • Urban League
    Box 878
    • V
    • Variety Club
    • Veterans
        [1 of 8, Miscellaneous, States, A-G]
        [2 of 8, Miscellaneous, States, H-L]
        [3 of 8, Miscellaneous, States, M-O]
        [4 of 8, Miscellaneous, States, P-Z]
        [5 of 8, Kansas City, Missouri]
        [6 of 8, Missouri]
        [7 of 8, New York]
        [8 of 8, Washington, D.C.]
    • Veterans of Foreign Wars
        [1 of 6, States, A-H]
    Box 879
        [2 of 6, States, I-N]
        [3 of 6, States, O-Z]
        [4 of 6, Kansas City, Missouri]
        [5 of 6, Tennessee]
        [6 of 6, Miami Beach, Florida, August 26, 1957]
    • Voice of America
    • Wa
    • We
    • Wh
    • Wi-Wiz
    • Wj-Wz
    Box 880
    • Washington Institute of Foreign Affairs
    • Williams Players, The George
    • Williamsburg
    • Wisconsin Electric Cooperative
    • Women's American ORT
    • Women's Press Club
    • Woodrow Wilson, Etc.
    • World Affairs, Etc.
    • X
    • Y
    • YMCA
    • YWCA
    • Z
    • Zionist-New York
      MATERIALS FROM HARRY S. TRUMAN'S DESK IN THE HARRY S. TRUMAN LIBRARY, 1918-64
    Box 881
    • Addresses and Statements
    • Battery "D"--129th Field Artillery, Notebooks on Personnel
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
        [3 of 3]
    • Calling (Name) Cards
    • Correspondence
        [1 of 4, Dean Acheson, 1956-62]
        [2 of 4, Family, 1958-60]
        [3 of 4, General, 1918-1964]
    Box 882
        [4 of 4, Sherman Minton, 1958-62]
    • Envelopes to be Addressed to Employees of the Carlyle Hotel, New York City, Christmas Greetings
    • Financial Notes
    • Gift Tags--Truman Family
    • Greeting Cards
    • Hearing Aids--Pamphlets re
    • Invitations
    • Luggage Tags--European Trip
    • Miscellaneous Lists
    • Newspaper Clippings
    • Notebooks--County Judge
    Box 883
    • Officer Record Book and Roster of Battery "D", 129th Field Artillery
    • Personal Handwritten Notes--Harry S. Truman
    • Pocket Diaries (Harry S. Truman), 1922 and 1938
    • Postcards
    • Publications
    • Register Book Signed by Members of Battery "D", 129th Field Artillery, 1949 Presidential Inaugural
    • State Funeral Plans for Harry S. Truman--U.S. Fifth Army
    • Telephone Numbers
    • Truman, Harry S.--Articles
    • Cross Reference File
      **NOTE: The materials in these folders were in drawers in Harry S. Truman's desk in his office in the Truman Library at the time of his death in 1972
      LIBRARY-MUSEUM FILE, 1953-72
    Box 884
      Pre-Dedication
    • A
    • B
    • Booklets
    • Brooks, Philip C.
    • C
    • Chronological File
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Contributions--Truman Library
        [1 of 5]
    Box 885
        [2 of 5]
        [3 of 5]
        [4 of 5]
        [5 of 5]
    Box 886
    • D
    • Dinner--Kansas City, Missouri, November 6, 1954 (Truman Library Fundraising)
    • Dinner--Denver, Colorado, May 24, 1955 (Truman Library Fundraising)
    • E
    • F
    • Fundraising
    • G
    • Ground-breaking Ceremony for Truman Library, May 8, 1955
    • H
    • I
    • J
    • K
    • L
    • Library Dedication
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
    Box 887
        [3 of 3]
    • Library Finance Committee
    • Lloyd, David D.
    • Location (Truman Library Site)
    Box 888
    • Mc
    • M
    • Miscellaneous Data
    • Museum
        [1 of 5]
        [2 of 5]
        [3 of 5]
        [4 of 5]
    Box 889
        [5 of 5]
    • N
    • P
    • Personnel--Applications
    • Presidents of the United States
    • R
    • Releases (Press)
    • S
    • Site (Truman Library)
    • Speeches-Truman Library Fundraising
    • T
    • Truman Library
        [1 of 6, Architect Data]
    Box 890
        [2 of 6, Construction]
        [3 of 6, Equipment Data]
        [4 of 6, General Correspondence]
        [5 of 6, Gentry, Alonzo]
        [6 of 6, Lloyd, David D.]
    • U
    • V
    • W
    • Y
      Post-Dedication
    • A
    • Archivists: Truman Papers
    • Ba
    • Bi
    • Board of Directors-Truman Library
    • Comments--Researchers at Truman Library
    • Dedication Ceremonies
        [1 of 4, July 6, 1957]
        [2 of 4, July 6, 1957]
        [3 of 4, Invitations Accepted]
        [4 of 4, Invitations Declined]
    • Do
    • E
    Box 891
    • F
    • G
    • Grants (research)
    • Grover, Wayne C.
    • Honorary Fellows--Truman Library
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
        [3 of 3]
    • I
    • Instructions
    • J
    • Junior Service League
    • K
    • L
    • Library of Congress
    • Library
        [1 of 14, Congratulations]
    Box 892
        [2 of 14, Fund Data]
        [3 of 14, Furnishings and Decorations]
        [4 of 14, General Memoranda]
        [5 of 14, Gift Data]
        [6 of 14, Lists of Articles Given to the Library]
        [7 of 14, Meeting, March 31, 1962 (Dean Acheson Day)]
        [8 of 14, Meeting, April 1, 1967]
        [9 of 14, Meeting, April 11, 1970]
        [10 of 14, Meeting, March 27, 1971]
        [11 of 14, Meeting, April 22, 1972]
        [12 of 14, Meeting, General]
    Box 893
        [13 of 14, Meeting, General]
        [14 of 14, Photographs Taken at Dedication]
    • Lloyd, David D.
    • Masonic Data
    • Masonic Cornerstone Laying--Truman Library, July 6, 1957
    • Mc
    • Museum
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • N Newspapers [2011 accretion]
    • Office Data--Truman Library
    • Oval Office Replica Recording
    • Papers
        [1 of 4, Donors to the Library, A-H]
        [2 of 4, Donors to the Library, I-N]
        [3 of 4, Donors to the Library, O-Z]
        [4 of 4, Harry S. Truman]
    • Personnel
    • Perry, Milton F.
    • Presidential Papers
    • Press--Radio--Television
    • R
    • Ro
    Box 894
    • S
    • Scholarship Grants
    • Speeches
    • Staff Directory
    • Statements--Harry S. Truman Library Institute
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
        [3 of 3]
    • Thank You Letters
    • Truman Library
        [1 of 6, Architect Data]
        [2 of 6, Construction]
        [3 of 6, Equipment Data]
        [4 of 6, General Correspondence]
        [5 of 6, Gentry, Alonzo]
        [6 of 6, Lloyd, David D.]
    • U-V
      CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE TRUMAN LIBRARY, 1958-72
    Box 895
      General File
    • A-H
    • I-Q
    • R-Z
      Educational Fund
    • A
    • B
    • C
    • D-F
    • G-H
    • I-K
    • L
    Box 896
    • M
    • N-Q
    • R
    • S-T
    • U-Z
      Library Fund
    • A-F
    • G-O
    • P-Z
      Library Fund-Rufus Burrus
    • A-H
    • I-O
    • P-Z
      Library Mural Dedication
    • Benton Mural
        [1 of 11, Information]
        [2 of 11, Chief Justice Earl Warren]
    Box 897
        [3 of 11, Lists of Invited Guests]
        [4 of 11, Acceptances, A-F]
        [5 of 11, Acceptances, G-L]
        [6 of 11, Acceptances, M-R]
        [7 of 11, Acceptances, S-Z]
    Box 898
        [9 of 11, Regrets, A-H]
        [10 of 11, Regrets, I-O]
        [11 of 11, Regrets, P-Z]
        **NOTE: The following items were not present at time of renumbering
      Alphabetical Correspondence File
    • A
    • B
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • C
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • D
    • E
    • F
    • G
    • H
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • I
    • J
    • K
    • L
    • M
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • N
    • O
    • P
    • Q
    • R
    • S
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • T
    • U
    • V
    • W
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • X
    • Y
    • Z
    • Correspondence--Names Missing
      LIST OF HISTORICAL MATERIALS DONATED TO THE TRUMAN LIBRARY
    Box 899
    • Item Nos. 1-1000
    • Item Nos. 1001-2000
    • Item Nos. 2001-3000
      MANUSCRIPT FILE
    Box 900
    • Elizabeth Achelis--"Be Not Silent"-chapter of
    • Dean Acheson--"Sketches from Life"
    • John J. Adam--(copy of commencementaddress by F. Northrop)
    • Francis A. Aki--"Pearl Harbor," Etc.
    • F.B. Anderson--Excerpts from "Upsidown"
    • Bernard Asbell--"When F.D.R. Dies"
    • Robert R. Baird--"Give Them Hell, Harry"
    • Leo J. Baranski--Re: Controversy at Los Angeles State College
    • Rex Beasley--"Great Men in History"
    Box 901
    • Phil Bird--"The Kidnapping of a President"
    • Herb Block--Cartoons, 1955-58
    • Robert A. Bloom--Re: Truman-MacArthur Dispute
    • Hank S. Bloomgarden--"Second Choice"
    • Carl E. Bolte, Jr.--"Give 'em Hell, Harry!" May 7, 1970
    • Guy Bolton--"A Man and His Wife" (re: Churchills)
    • Chester Bowles--"The Coming Political Breakthrough"
    Box 902
    • Pearl S. Buck--"Command the Morning"
    • A.J. Budrys--"Truman and the Pendergasts"
    • Ivy E. Caldwell--Re: Social Security System
    • Claremont F. Carter--"The Forgotten Men and Women in Our U.S.A."
    • Alan Richard Chesler--"Harry Truman and the 1948 Presidential Election"
    • Roy M. Christenson--"The Brannan Plan"
    • Olive Clapper--"One Lucky Woman"
    Box 903
    • Francis M. Cockrell, II--"The Senator from Missouri: Life and Times of F.M. Cockrell"
    • Mrs. Michael Comay--"Ben Gurion and the Birth of Israel"
    • Robert Copaken--Re: Connally reservation and International Court of Justice
    • Herrlee Glessner Creel, ed.--"Translation of 'Hsiao Ching'"
    • John O. Dalrymple--"Harry Truman as a Political Leader"
    • Frank N. Decker--Re: Farm Problem
    • Margaret Devine--"The National Cartoonist Society Album, 1960-61"
    • Francis F. Dobo--Chronology of HST from "Book of the Presidents"
    • Gustaf Donner--"The U.S. Presidential Elections of 1956"
    • Joan F. Downing, ed.--"People of Destiny: HST"
    • Georgia and Henry Eggertz--TV Script, "A Mission for Understanding"
    • Paul Eidelberg--"A New Frontier for the U.S. and the West"
    • Linda Ryan Ellis--"Journal of American Youth"
    • Herbert Emmerich--"Federal Organization and Administrative Management"
    Box 904
    • William B. Faber--"The Holland Years"
    • Leonard Falkner--"The President Who Wouldn't Retire" (J.Q. Adams)
    • T. R. Fehrenbach--"That Kind of War"
    • Kathryn Mary Fos--"A True Man" (School Paper)
    • Joseph Freelling--"Peace Plan"
    • Elmer Gertz--"A Handful of Clients"
    Box 905
    • Ruth Gruber--"Israel Today"
    • Andrew G. Haley--"Space Law and Government" (forward)
    • Kay Halle--"Winston Churchill on America and Britain"
    • Seymour E. Harris--"The Economics of the Political Parties"
    • Frank B. Haybock--"The Eight Succeeding Vice-Presidents Who Changed History"
    • Norman L. Haymire--"South American Problems and Prospects"
    • "The Life of George Hearst: California Pioneer"
    • Charles Henderson--essays on Asian Nations (Vietnam, China, Philippines)
    Box 906
    • John Henry--"The War Chronicle of John Henry"
    • Mrs. Louise LaGorce Hickey--Re: Cookie Tree
    • J. Michael Horigan--"The Truman Victory: Why and How it Happened" (Term paper)
    • Prakash C. Jain--"Facts Don't Mean a Thing"
    • Paul Jeffers--"Eagle and the Bear" (ABC Radio)
    • Margot Johnson--"Mr. Speaker"
    • Irving Katz--"A Path to Peace"
    • Grace Kerr--"The Squawking Goose"
    • Peter M. Klein--Re: MacArthur Dismissal (term paper)
    • Edward Krier--"Anti-Veto Jurisprudence..."
    Box 907
    • Samuel Krisiloff--Poems and Essays
    • Suzanne Labin--"The Technique of Soviet Propaganda"
    • Pierre Lacombe--"Why War?"
    • George F. Larsen--"Individual Responsibility and Peace"
    • David L. Larson--Re: U.S.-Yugoslav Relations, 1945-51
    • William J. Lederer--"A Nation of Sheep"
    • Margaret Leech--"In the Days of McKinley"
    Box 908
    • Daniel McCarthy--"The Truman Doctrine"
    • R. McNeil--"Truman and the Decline and Fall of Modern Liberalism"
    • Sister Patrick Ellen Maher--Re: Truman Committee
    • Frank Makara--"Private Thoughts of a Ph.D."
    • Bernard Mandelbaum--"Assignment in Israel"
    • Dr. John Mann--"Changing Human Behavior"
    • Marianne Means--"First Ladies of the Land"
    • Grant Mitchell--"The Senatorial Career of Harry S. Truman" (M.A. Thesis)
    Box 909
    • Mary E. Morgan--"Madam President"
    • Edgar A. Mowrer--"Triumph and Turmoil"
    • P.J. Murphy--"De Insanitate"
    • Warren A. Musser--Mill Valley, New York
    • National Putnam Letters Committee (W.C. George)
    Box 910
    • Louis Nizer--"My Life in Court"
    • Larry Oatfield--"Tour of USSR"
    • Dr. Charles J. Oringer--Re: National Health Program, etc.
    • Daniel P. Parker, Ph.D.--"Neither Left Nor Right: The Political Philosophy of Harry S. Truman"
    • Noel Pratt--"The Great American Controversy"
    • Worrall D. Prescott--"An Ancestral Record"
    Box 911
    • "Presidential Politics in 1952"--(American Political Science Association)
    • H.E. Rearick--"Stop! Look!"
    • Imant Rebane--"The Drama of the Baltic Peoples"
    • Jesse Remington--"Construction in the United States: Under the Quartermaster General and the Chief Engineers"
    • Alfred Reville--"As I Walked Today: Thoughts and Observations"
    • Richard Rhodes--"The Inland Ground"
    • Kenneth G. Richards--"People of Destiny"
    • James Roe--"Cancer"
    • William P. Schaefer--"Truman's Point Four Program"
    Box 912
    • Martin Schenck--"Commander of the Light Division: The Story of General A.P. Hill, C.S.A."
    • Rebecca Schull--"Government at Work"
    • Bart Schwartz--Essays on Fiscal Theory
    • Michael Sectish--"In the Presidential Spotlight: The Senator"
    • Stephen Edward Seadler--"Defenses of Peace"
    Box 913
    • Eric Severeid--"Behind the Headlines in the Presidential Race" (1960)
    • Charles P. Sheldon, M.D.--Freedom Studies Center
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Dan Sight--"Harry S. Truman" (School paper"
    • F. Boulware Simmons--"Cultural Guidance for Every American"
    • C. Steensen Smith--"In His Hands"
    • Wadell Smith--Re: Western Emigration
    Box 914
    • Louis L. Snyder--"The War: A Concise History: 1939-45"
    • Glen D. Paige--"The Korean Decision"
    • M.W. "Bill" Steele--Re: Okinawa
    • Robert L. Stimar--Re: Monetary Policy
    Box 915
    • Robert L. Stilmar--"The Coming Economic Crash in America"
    • Edward M. Strieber--"An International Peace University as a Means Leading to the Elimination of War" (Air University Thesis)
    • James A. Suffridge--"Around the World with LBJ in Fourteen Days"
    • J.D. Tate--"Philip Murray as a Labor Leader" (Ph.D. dissertation)
    • Ralph Timmsen--"Bottom Ground"
    • Robert C. Tucker--"Impressions of Russia in 1958: A Trip Report"
    Box 916
    • William John Tyler--Re: Genealogy of Tyler Family
    • Austin G. Van Hove--"A Preliminary Study of the Truman Committee: The Growth of a Statesman" (M.A. Thesis)
    • Robert S. Vierra--"The Exact Science of Economics"
    • Charles Longstreet Weltner--"Southerner"
    Box 917
    • Victor E. Werner--"Memory Methods"
    • Herbert Lee Williams--"Truman and the Press" (Ph.D. dissertation, 1955)
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
        [3 of 3]
    • Theo Wayler Williams--"The F.B.I. Security Affair"
    • S.Y. Wu--"Synopsis of Communism in China's Melting Pot"
    • George D. Yancopoulous--"Of President Truman's Activities during the Time of his Presidency"
      FIGHTING FRONT AND TRUCE TENT
    Box 918
    • Pamphlets I-XXII
      U.S. ARMY IN THE KOREAN WAR
    Box 919
    • Pamphlets I-XXV
      NORTH AMERICAN NEWSPAPER ALLIANCE, INC. FILE, 1953-65
    Box 920
      Correspondence and Articles
    • Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1953-62
    • Correspondence Re NANA Articles, 1957-60
    • Miscellaneous Correspondence, 2nd Series, 1962-65
    • Comments--NANA Articles
    • Adverse Comments
    • Articles, 1957
        [1 of 12]
        [2 of 12]
        [3 of 12]
        [4 of 12]
    Box 921
        [5 of 12]
        [6 of 12]
        [7 of 12]
        [8 of 12]
        [9 of 12]
        [10 of 12]
        [11 of 12]
        [12 of 12]
    • Articles, 1958
        [1 of 9]
        [2 of 9]
        [3 of 9]
        [4 of 9]
        [5 of 9]
        [6 of 9]
        [7 of 9]
        [8 of 9]
    Box 922
        [9 of 9]
    • Articles, 1959
        [1 of 9]
        [2 of 9]
        [3 of 9]
        [4 of 9]
        [5 of 9]
        [6 of 9]
        [7 of 9]
        [8 of 9]
        [9 of 9]
    • North American Newspaper Alliance Articles
        [1 of 2, 1960]
        [2 of 2, 1961]
    Box 923
    • Articles and Letters, 1963-65
        [1 of 22, No. 1, 1963]
        [2 of 22, Letters Re Cuban Article (No. 1), 1963]
        [3 of 22, No. 2 (France), 1963]
        [4 of 22, Letters Re France Article (No. 2), 1963]
        [5 of 22, No. 3, 1963]
        [6 of 22, Letters Re Article No. 3, 1963]
        [7 of 22, No. 4, 1963]
        [8 of 22, Letters Re Article No. 4, 1963]
        [9 of 22, No. 5, 1963]
        [10 of 22, Letters Re Article No. 5, 1963]
        [11 of 22, No. 6, 1963]
        [12 of 22, Letters Re Article No. 6, 1963]
        [13 of 22, No. 7, 1963]
        [14 of 22, Letters Re Article No. 7, 1963]
        [15 of 22, No. 8, 1963]
        [16 of 22, Letters Re Article No. 8, 1963]
        [17 of 22, No. 9, 1963]
        [18 of 22, Letters Re Article No. 9, 1963]
    Box 924
        [19 of 22, No. 10 (Bipartisan Foreign Policy), 1964]
        [20 of 22, Letters Re Article No. 10]
        [21 of 22, No. 11, (Vietnam Situation), 1965]
        [22 of 22, Letters Re Article No. 11]
      Press Releases and Other Material
    • Miscellaneous Releases, 1961
    • Press Releases and Miscellaneous Material
      Contracts and Financial Statements
    • Certificate for Registration of a Claim to Copyright
    • Contract Data
    • Statement Data
        [1 of 4, 1957]
        [2 of 4, 1958]
        [3 of 4, 1959-60]
        [4 of 4, 1963]
      [cross reference, newspapers transferred to book collection]
      PRESIDENT TRUMAN'S DEATH AND FUNERAL DATA FILE
    Box 925
    • A-Dz
    Box 926
    • E-Gz
    Box 927
    • H-Mc
    Box 928
    • M-R
    • O-Plan Missouri [2011 accretion]
    Box 929
    • S-Z
      ADDRESS FILE
    Box 930
    • A-F
    Box 931
    • G-Q
    Box 932
    • R-Z
      FINANCIAL AFFAIRS FILE, 1943-1977 (Bulk Date Span: 1953-1972)
    Box 933
    • American Weekly: "Mr. Citizen" Articles
    • Annuity
    • Automobile
    • Automobile: Chrysler
    • Automobile: Chrysler, Mrs. Truman’s
    • Automobile: Dodge
    • Automobile: Plymouth
    • Bank Balances
    • Bank of Independence
    • Barstow School Building Fund
    • Bermuda Trip
    • Brokerage Data
    • Carriage Club
    • Carson and Sons Funeral Home
    • Cemetery
    • Census
    • Check Stubs for Oil Income, 1959-1964
    • Chrisman-Sawyer Bank
    • Citgo
    Box 934
    • Citronelle Oil: 1957-1958
    • Citronelle Oil: 1959
    • Citronelle Oil: 1960
    • Citronelle Oil: 1961
    • Citronelle Oil: 1962, January-June
    • Citronelle Oil, 1962: July-December
    • Citronelle Oil, 1963: January-June
    • Citronelle Oil, 1963: July-December
    Box 935
    • Citronelle Oil: 1964, January-June
    • Citronelle Oil: 1964, July-December
    • Citronelle Oil: 1965, January-June
    • Citronelle Oil: 1965, July-December
    • Citronelle Oil: 1966
    • Citronelle Oil: 1967
    • Citronelle Oil: 1968, January-June
    Box 936
    • Citronelle Oil: 1968, July-December
    • Citronelle Oil: 1969
    • Citronelle Oil: 1970
    • Citronelle Oil: 1971-1973
    • City National Bank and Trust Company
    • Columbia National Bank
    • Commerce Trust Company
    • Deer Trail Mines
    • Dixon Management Corporation
    • Donations
    • Douglas Oil Purchasing Company, Inc.
    Box 937
    • Empire State Bank
    • Figures
    • First National Bank of Chicago: Checkbook
    • First National Bank of Chicago: 1958
    • First National Bank of Chicago: 1959
    • First National Bank of Chicago: 1960
    • First National Bank of Chicago: 1961
    • First National Bank of Chicago: 1962
    • First National Bank of Chicago: 1963
    • First National Bank of Chicago: 1964
    • First National Bank of Chicago: 1965
    • First National Bank of Chicago: 1966-1967
    • First National Bank of Independence
    • Four States Drilling Company
    • General American Oil Company
    • Goldman Jewelry Company
    • Grandview Masonic Temple Association
    • Gray’s Diamond Shop
    • Gulf Oil Company
    Box 938
    • Hamilton National Bank
    • Harris, Upham & Company
    • Home Insurance Company
    • HST Associates: Atomic Energy
    • HST Associates: Bank Data
    • HST Associates: Chronological
    • HST Associates: Contract Data
    • HST Associates: Korean Data
    • HST Associates: Miscellaneous
    • HST Associates: New York Trip
    • HST Associates: Notes
    Box 939
    • HST Associates: Personnel
    • HST Associates: Releases and Statements
    • HST Associates: Susskind and Talent Associates Regarding Television Appearances
    • HST Associates: Television Comments, Open End Broadcast, Sept. 17, 1961
    • Independence Productions, Inc.: Bank Data, Statements, Etc.
    • Independence Productions, Inc.: Contract and Documents
    • Independence Productions, Inc.: Miscellaneous
    • Insurance
    • Jackson County Highway Map, 1948
    • Jett Operations Company: 1958
    • Jett Operations Company: 1959, January-June
    • Jett Operations Company: 1959, July-December
    Box 940
      Jett Operations Company: 1960, January-June
    • Jett Operations Company: 1960, July-December
    • Jett Operations Company: 1961, January-June
    • Jett Operations Company: 1961, July-December
    • Jett Operations Company: 1962
    • Jett Operations Company: 1963-1965
    Box 941
    • Kansas City Club
    • Land: Abstracts of Title
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Land: Bills Paid By J. Vivian Truman
    • Land: Casto, Don M.
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    Box 942
    • Land: C. E. Edelbrock, Inc., and Mary Don Company
    • Land: Checks Issued by Harry S. Truman
    • Land: Curry Property East of 71 Highway
    • Land: Deed for Ella Hall Property
    • Land: Frisell, Rosemary and Russell
    • Land: Kansas City Title Insurance Company
    • Land: Kitchen Kabinet, Inc.
    • Land: Kurzweil, James R.
    • Land: Ledgers
    • Land: Leo’s TV and Appliance, Inc.
    • Land: Mary Jane Truman’s Place
    • Land: Mother’s Place West of 71 Highway
    • Land: Peebles, Alex
    • Land: Receipts
    • Land: Rutledge Oil Company
    • Land: Solomon Young Holdings
    • Land: Triangle Investment Company and B. F. Weinberg
    • Land: Truman
    • Land: Truman, Harry and Gilbert
    Box 943
    • Mag, Arthur
    • Magnavox Company
    • Marriage Affidavits
    • McGee, Thomas and Sons
    • Medicare
    • Mobil Oil Corporation: Citronelle Unit
    • Mobil Oil Corporation: Statements, 1967-1968
    • Mobil Oil Corporation: Statements, 1969-1970
    • Mobil Oil Corporation: Statements, 1971-1973
    • Moore Mortuary
    • Muehlebach Hotel
    • National Bank of Washington
    • North American Newspaper Alliance: Syndicated Articles
    • Northeast Airlines, Inc.
    Box 944
    • Oil Invoices Paid
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1957
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1958, January-June
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1958, July-December
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1959, January-June
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1959, July-December
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1960, January-June
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1960: July-December
    Box 945
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1961
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1962
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1963-1965
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1966-1968
    • Pauley Petroleum and Edwin Pauley: 1969-1973
    • Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company
    • Presidential Pension Bill
    • Presidential Transitions
    Box 946
    • Rosenman, Samuel: Argentina Trade Mark Case
    • Rosenman, Samuel: Library
    • Rosenman, Samuel: Taxes
    • Royalties
    • Screen Gems
    • Screen Gems: Bank
    • Screen Gems: Contract
    • Screen Gems: Newspaper Clippings
    • Screen Gems: Pictures
    • Screen Gems: School Study Guide
    • Screen Gems: Statement and Press Release
    • Social Security
    • Slowinski, Walter: Speech on Tax Savings Under the 1954 Code
    • St. Agnes Convent
    • Stinson, Mag, Thomson, McEvers & Fizzell, Attorneys
    • Stocks and Bonds
    Box 947
    • Taxes: Grandview, Missouri
    • Taxes: Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company
    • Taxes: Real Estate
    • Taxes: Withholding Exemption Certificate
    • Time, Inc.: Agreement and Notes
    • Truman, Bess: Hospitalization, 1959
    • Truman Corners: Missouri State Highway Commission
    • Truman Corners: Town and Country Shoppers City
    • Truman, Mary Jane
    • Washington Post
    • Western Electric Building
      OFFICE ADMINISTRATION FILE, 1951-1982 (Bulk Date Span, 1953-1972)
    Box 948
    • Bailey, Eugene
    • Blue Cross and Blue Shield
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Combinations and Keys
    • Facsimile Messages for Mass Mailing
    • General Services Administration
    • General Services Administration: Funds
    • General Services Administration: Insurance
    • General Services Administration: Personnel Handbook
    • Goe, Robert L.
    • Harris, Robert E. G.
    • Hillman, William
    • Letters for the President to Sign
    • Library Staff
    • Lists of Truman Property Shipped, 1952-1957
    • Noyes, David M.
    • Payroll Ledger, 1953-1958
    • Personnel Data
    • Royse, Morton
    Box 949
    • Salaries and Expenses
    • Schedler, Dean
    • Schedler, Dean: Personal
    • Shoemaker, Jane
    • Smith, Anne
    • Social Security
    • Taxes: Employer’s Quarterly Tax Returns
    • Taxes: Employer’s Tax Data
    • Taxes: Withholding
    • Truman Files
    • Workmen’s Compensation
    • Wren, Virginia

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