Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum

Harry S. Truman Papers
President's Secretary's Files

Date Span: 1800 - 1960
Bulk Date Span: 1945 - 1953

President Truman instructed his personal secretary, Rose Conway, to keep several categories of documents, including the most sensitive ones that came to his desk, in special files located near the Oval Office. The President's Secretary's Files include national security and intelligence information, the President's most sensitive correspondence, his speech file, records of his daily appointments, and the miscellaneous notes and memorandums that constitute his diary.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 127 linear feet, 9 linear inches (ca. 233,600 pages).
Access: Open, with the exception that some documents that are closed for national security reasons or in accordance with the donor's legal instructions.
Copyright: Harry S. Truman donated his copyright interest in any of his writings in this collection to the people of the United States. In addition, documents prepared by government employees of the United States, in the course of their official duties, are also in the public domain. Copyright interest in documents, which do not fall into the aforementioned categories, is presumed to remain with the writers of the documents or their heirs.
Processed by: Dennis E. Bilger, Harry Clark, Erwin J. Mueller, and C. W. Ohrvall (1974-1987); Cynthia G. Edwards, Tammy Kelly, David Clark, and Randy Sowell (2004); Jan Davis and David Clark (2013, 2018).

In 2004, the President's Secretary's Files were reprocessed and as a result, the box numbers changed. A list of the series and subseries with their corresponding old and new box numbers is available.

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

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

1884 (May 8)Born, Lamar, Missouri
1887Moved with family to farm near Grandview, Missouri
1890Moved with family to Independence, Missouri
1901Graduated from 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

President Truman instructed his personal secretary, Rose Conway, to keep several categories of documents, including the most sensitive ones that came to his desk, in special files located near the Oval Office. Following his death in 1972, these files were donated to the Truman Library under the provisions of Mr. Truman's will. Designated the President's Secretary's Files (PSF), they include national security and intelligence information, the President's most sensitive correspondence, his speech file, records of his daily appointments, and the miscellaneous notes and memorandums that constitute his diary.

The President's Secretary's Files consist of thirty-two series. There are also multiple subseries in the collection. The first series, the 1) Speech File, is comprised of nine subseries. The first two subseries contain the originals (reading copies) of President Truman's 1948 and 1952 campaign speeches. The third and fourth subseries contain press releases and drafts of these campaign speeches. The fifth and sixth subseries contain the originals, press releases, and drafts of other speeches delivered by Truman during his Presidency. The seventh subseries contains drafts of speeches and related notes in Truman's handwriting. (The President personally wrote drafts of some major speeches, but more frequently, he edited drafts prepared by Clark Clifford or other speechwriters on the White House staff.) The eighth subseries contains miscellaneous information relating to speeches, and the ninth includes speeches delivered by others.

The 2) Political File consists of cables, charts, correspondence, financial records, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, printed materials, speeches, and minutes of meetings pertaining to the Democratic National Committee, elections, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinners, campaign gifts, candidates, platform strategies, state politics, and the 1948 Presidential campaign. Correspondents include Alben W. Barkley, India Edwards, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Clayton Fritchey, W. Averell Harriman, Adlai Stevenson, Louis Johnson, and Frank McKinney. Notable records within this series include material received from Frank Parks relating to the financing of Richard Nixon's 1950 Senatorial campaign, and requests that President Truman accept the 1952 Democratic nomination for President.

The 3) Press Conference File consists of two subseries, which contain transcripts of President Truman's press conferences from 1945 to 1953 and transcripts of press conferences held by the Secretary of State from 1948 to 1953. The 4) Press Release File also consists of two subseries. The first contains Presidential statements, proclamations, executive orders, appointment announcements, directives, remarks, and texts of letters issued as White House press releases from 1945 to 1953. The second contains press releases of President Truman's radio speeches from 1948 to 1952.

The 5) President's Appointments File is comprised of three subseries. The first subseries contains the President's desk calendars-schedules of his daily appointments that were placed on Truman's desk each day from 1945 to 1951. The desk calendars list the date and time of each visitor's appointment, with handwritten notations concerning additional visitors, cancellations, or time changes. Mrs. Truman's appointments from 1951 to 1952 are also listed. The second subseries contains the President's "daily sheets" from 1945 to 1953. The daily sheets are more detailed than the desk calendars, usually including information about the background of the appointments and the subjects to be discussed. Truman sometimes wrote diary-like notes on the daily sheets describing his day's appointments. Filed along with the daily sheets are correspondence, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, reports, and other documents relating to the appointments. The third subseries contains appointment books listing the President's daily appointments from 1945 to 1953.

The 6) Department of State Radio Bulletins File consists of State Department press releases of foreign policy speeches delivered by the President and the Secretary of State in 1945. The 7) Trip File contains cables, handwritten notes, itineraries, schedules, memorabilia, memorandums, newspaper clippings, digests, photographs, printed materials, and speeches relating to the President's trips from 1945 to 1953. Included is information about Truman's trips to Missouri, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Mexico, the Caribbean, Wake Island, and Key West, Florida. Notable items include the trip log of the President's airplane, the Independence, and documentation of the controversy that resulted when the President's motorcade was allegedly stopped for speeding in Charlottesville, Virginia.

The 8) Gift and Greeting File consists of three subseries, relating in turn to birthday gifts, Christmas gifts, and gifts in general. Included in this series are cards, letters, handwritten notes, and memorabilia pertaining to gifts to the President, Mrs. Truman, and their daughter Margaret from 1945 to 1953. Also included are lists of the gifts received and of those that were shipped from the White House to Missouri when the Trumans returned home.

The 9) General File contains correspondence, charts, graphs, handwritten notes, memorabilia, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, and printed materials pertaining to a wide variety of topics, including atomic energy, Winston Churchill and his meetings with the President, floods, food, the Inauguration of the President, labor, legislation, meetings, the North Atlantic Treaty, personnel, reorganizations, resignations, security, steel, strikes, taxes, the United Nations, and veterans. This series includes Truman's correspondence with such prominent figures as Omar Bradley, Winston Churchill, Dwight Eisenhower, James Forrestal, W. Averell Harriman, Robert Landry, Max Lowenthal, Douglas MacArthur, George C. Marshall, Matthew Ridgway, and other Cabinet members and Presidential advisers.

The 10) Subject File is the largest series in the PSF, comprising more than one-fifth of the collection. It contains cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, itineraries and schedules, legislation, maps, minutes of meetings, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, printed materials, reports, speeches, telegrams, and transcripts. The Subject File is comprised of twelve subseries.

The Agencies subseries of the Subject File contains information concerning Congress and various agencies of the Executive Branch, including the Council of Economic Advisers, Economic Cooperation Administration, Economic Stabilization Agency, Federal Security Agency, National Security Resources Board, Office of Defense Mobilization, Office of Price Administration, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, and Securities and Exchange Commission. The subseries also includes information pertaining to government advisory boards and commissions, the military, and the United Nations.

The Bureau of the Budget subseries includes documents relating to budget projections, recommendations, appropriations, and expenditures for government agencies during the Truman administration.

The Cabinet subseries contains material pertaining to the Departments of Agriculture, Justice, Commerce, Air Force, Army, Navy, War, Interior, Labor, Post Office, State, and Treasury from 1945 to 1953. Correspondents include Cabinet members and sub-Cabinet officials such as Dean Acheson, Clinton Anderson, Charles Brannan, James Byrnes, Oscar Chapman, Tom Clark, Jesse Donaldson, William Fechteler, James Forrestal, William Foster, Robert Hannegan, W. Averell Harriman, Harold Ickes, Louis Johnson, Julius Krug, Robert Lovett, George C. Marshall, J. Howard McGrath, James McGranery, Robert Patterson, Anna Rosenberg, Kenneth Royall, Lewis Schwellenbach, John Snyder, Edward Stettinius, John L. Sullivan, W. Stuart Symington, James Webb, and Francis Whitehair. Other documents in this subseries relate to the civil service, prisoners of war, the Medal of Honor, personnel, and the transition process from the Truman to the Eisenhower administration.

The China Lobby subseries contains information about American anti-communists who were strong supporters of Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist regime in China. Known informally as the "China Lobby," this influential group was highly critical of the Truman administration's policies in the Far East. The subseries includes correspondence, financial records, legislation, minutes of meetings, memorandums, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, reports, speeches, and transcripts relating to the activities of the China Lobby.

The Conferences subseries includes correspondence, maps, memorandums, minutes of meetings, press releases, printed materials, reports, and telegrams pertaining to important conferences and meetings with foreign leaders. The conferences documented in this subseries include the United Nations Conference in San Francisco and the Potsdam (Berlin) Conference in 1945; the Paris Conference of Foreign Ministers in 1946; the Moscow and London Conferences of Foreign Ministers in 1947; and the Japanese Peace Treaty Conference in San Francisco in 1951. Also included in this subseries is information concerning President Truman's meetings with British Prime Ministers Clement Attlee and Winston Churchill, French President Vincent Auriol, French Prime Minister Rene Pleven, and Italian Prime Minister Alcide de Gasperi. Among the topics discussed in the Conferences subseries are European recovery, Germany, reparations, peace treaties, the Berlin Blockade, the atomic bomb, trade, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and the Korean War.

The Council of Foreign Ministers subseries consists of bound reproductions of documents pertaining to subjects discussed at the meetings of the Council, including postwar recovery, reparations, peace settlements, disarmament, occupation, demilitarization, denazification, displaced persons, and economic issues.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) subseries includes correspondence, memorandums, newspaper clippings, reports, and printed materials relating to the atomic bomb, communism, criminal activities, espionage, and intelligence activities. This subseries contains many reports submitted to the White House by FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, who was especially preoccupied with the threat of communist subversion.

The Foreign Affairs subseries contains many important and sensitive materials documenting U.S. foreign policy as it was conducted at the highest level of the government during the Truman administration. The subseries includes cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, itineraries, maps, memorandums, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, printed materials, reports, schedules, speeches, telegrams, and transcripts pertaining to Asia, statehood for Alaska, military bases, the Berlin Crisis, the occupation of Germany, the Palestine issue, reparations, the Truman Doctrine, the United Nations, the Suez Canal, Latin America, Lend-Lease, and Puerto Rico. Also included is correspondence and documents relating to meetings with government officials from Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, China, Ecuador, France, India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Sweden, Turkey, Yugoslavia, and many other nations. Of particular significance in this subseries are telegrams from the U.S. government to its diplomatic representatives in capitals around the world.

The National Security Council subseries consists of charts, graphs, correspondence, handwritten notes, memorandums, printed materials, and reports relating to the activities of the National Security Council (NSC), which was established in 1947. Among the topics documented in this subseries are the Japanese peace treaty, the ending of the Berlin Airlift, psychological warfare, the United Nations, European defense, the Voice of America, trade, mobilization, military production, intelligence gathering and dissemination, communism, Soviet aggression, the use of Soviet defectors, arms shipments, and the Korean War.

The National Security Council-Atomic subseries contains agendas, cables, charts, graphs, correspondence, handwritten notes, maps, memorandums, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, printed materials, and reports pertaining to atomic energy and atomic weapons. Included is information on the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in World War II, and the postwar series of tests that led to the development of the hydrogen bomb.

The National Security Council-Meetings subseries consists of agendas, correspondence, memorandums, and reports relating to the 128 meetings of the National Security Council that were held from September 1947 to January 1953. The NSC Papers and other documents in this subseries pertain to a wide variety of foreign policy issues, including relations with the Soviet Union and its satellites, the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, the Korean War, internal security, the Berlin Crisis, the recognition of Israel, the Point Four program, the United Nations, civil defense, and oil supplies. Much of this material reflects the advice President Truman was receiving from his foreign policy specialists as he grappled with the Cold War. Drafts of "NSC 68"-the most famous NSC Paper, which recommended massive increases in U.S. military spending to counter the worldwide Soviet threat-can be found in this subseries, along with related documents. Summaries of discussions at NSC meetings are filed under "Memoranda for the President." Click here for a list of National Security Council meeting dates and agenda topics.

The Supreme Court subseries contains correspondence and other documents concerning appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court and the President's relations with various Justices, including Harold H. Burton, Robert H. Jackson, and Stanley F. Reed.

The 11) Historical File consists of charts, graphs, correspondence, drafts of legislation, financial records, handwritten notes, legal documents, maps, memorabilia, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, press conference transcripts, press releases, printed materials, reports, and speeches pertaining to Harry S. Truman's life, political career, and Presidency. The Historical File apparently was intended to serve as a documentary record of the Truman administration. It is comprised of four subseries. The Truman Papers subseries contains addresses by the President, corrected by the White House Official Reporter, Jack Romagna, to indicate when Truman departed from the prepared text. (The texts of almost all of Truman's speeches as President have been published by the National Archives in the Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States series.) The Topics subseries contains documents pertaining to the atomic bomb, Cabinet members, China, civil defense, civil rights, Congress, Dwight D. Eisenhower, economic stabilization, foreign policy, Germany, government reorganization, health, the surrender of Japan, the Korean War, George Marshall, conferences with V. I. Molotov, the Potsdam Conference, the Truman Doctrine, and the United Nations. Included in this subseries are many explanatory memorandums by Eben Ayers, a Special Assistant at the White House who was assigned to organize an historical record of the administration. The Presidential Addresses, Letters, and Messages subseries contains documentation of President Truman's correspondence and speeches from 1950 to 1953. The Pre-Presidential subseries includes materials pertaining to Truman's Masonic activities, military career, business career, and service as County Judge and U.S. Senator.

The 12) Korean War File contains cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, itineraries, maps, memorandums, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, reports, and transcripts pertaining to the North Korean invasion of South Korea, financial and military support for South Korea, prisoner of war exchanges, President Truman's meeting with General MacArthur at Wake Island, and the actions of the Joint Chiefs of Staff relating to the Korean conflict. The 13) Frank E. Lowe File also pertains mostly to the Korean War. Lowe, a U.S. Army officer and friend of both President Truman and General MacArthur, was sent to Korea by the President in 1950 to serve as his "eyes and ears" on the scene, and as his personal liaison to the General. This series includes cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, itineraries, maps, memorandums, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, and reports relating to Lowe's mission and his contacts with President Truman.

The 14) Intelligence File includes charts, graphs, correspondence, memorandums, reports, and printed materials. It is comprised of four subseries. The Central Intelligence subseries consists mostly of daily summaries of the military situation in Korea from June 1950 to January 1953, with references to political and economic issues, cease-fire negotiations, and communist propaganda. Also in the subseries are intelligence memorandums concerning Europe, the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, Israel, Yugoslavia, and China.

The Central Intelligence Reports subseries contains reports prepared by the Central Intelligence Group and its successor, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). These include summaries of foreign radio comments, National Intelligence Estimates, reports from the Office of Reports and Estimates (ORE) and the Office of Scientific Intelligence (OSI), and Situation Reports. These reports deal with a wide variety of foreign policy and national security issues, such as atomic energy, Soviet capabilities and intentions, Middle Eastern oil, the Voice of America, German and Japanese rearmament, Indochina, regional conflicts, and the political or military situations in many European, Asian, African, and Latin American nations.

The Army Intelligence-Korea subseries consists of situation reports on the Korean conflict, focusing on weather, troop movements, engagements with the enemy, bombing, and casualties. The Publications subseries contains reports and printed materials relating to intelligence estimates of the United Kingdom, U.S. policy in Korea, U.S. relations with the Soviet Union, and Soviet intelligence and counterintelligence.

The 15) Mr. President File consists of correspondence, handwritten notes, memorandums, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, and transcripts pertaining to the book Mr. President, a collection of President Truman's personal letters, diaries, and papers that was published in 1952. Included in this series are letters from persons who received autographed copies or who enjoyed the book, corrected drafts of the manuscript, transcripts of interviews, and typed copies of longhand notes by Truman that were published in the book.

The 16) List of Correspondence File consists of lists of correspondence sent to White House Appointments Secretary Matthew J. Connelly, Administrative Assistant Donald S. Dawson, and the White House Central Files between 1946 and 1952. The 17) Address Books File contains addresses of individuals compiled from 1948 to 1954. The 18) Congressional Hearings Fileconsists of reports and transcripts pertaining to committee hearings, mostly relating to alleged corruption in the Bureau of Internal Revenue and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

The 19) Political Campaign Material File includes charts, graphs, newspaper clippings, press releases, and reports. It is comprised of two subseries: the first containing Dwight D. Eisenhower's 1952 Presidential campaign speeches and statements, with related information; and the second containing miscellaneous research information about other campaigns, Congressional voting records, and Richard M. Nixon.

The 20) Diaries File contains entries in bound diaries made by President Truman in 1947, 1949, and 1951-53. Truman's diary entries pertain to such topics as the death of his mother, the firing of General MacArthur, the death of King George VI of Great Britain, and the inauguration of President Eisenhower. This entire series has been digitized and is available online. The 21) Miscellaneous File includes reports, correspondence, and memorandums concerning President Truman's speeches, the military, and the United States Lines Company case. The 22) Truman Library Foundation File consists of correspondence, handwritten notes, memorandums, and reports pertaining to fundraising, potential foundation board members, and the location and design of the Truman Library.

The 23) Chronological Name File consists of correspondence, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, and press releases. This series includes copies of President Truman's letters to such prominent individuals as Dean Acheson, Tallulah Bankhead, Alben Barkley, Omar Bradley, Winston Churchill, John Foster Dulles, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Herbert Hoover, J. Edgar Hoover, Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Douglas MacArthur, George C. Marshall, Groucho Marx, J. Robert Oppenheimer, James Pendergast, Nelson Rockefeller, Eleanor Roosevelt, Upton Sinclair, Adlai Stevenson, Strom Thurmond, and Chaim Weizmann, dating from 1945 to 1953.

The 24) Biographical File consists of correspondence, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, printed materials, and speeches pertaining to President Truman's life. This series includes an autobiographical sketch by Mr. Truman, articles, genealogical information, and copies of Truman's stationery. The 25) Martha E. Truman File contains correspondence from friends and family concerning the final illness and death of Truman's mother, and a copy of her will. The 26) White House File includes correspondence, handwritten notes, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, and transcripts pertaining to the renovation of the White House and related matters.

The 27) Personal File consists of cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, memorabilia, memorandums, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, and reports. Included in this series is Truman's correspondence with personal friends and with such prominent persons as Eleanor Roosevelt. Other materials in the series pertain to club memberships, Battery D, the Inauguration of the President, the 35th Division Association, Bess and Margaret Truman, Queen Elizabeth, personal expenses, gifts, Hitler stationery, Independence Square, John Ingalls, Louis Johnson, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, Arthur Krock, James Garfield, the Masons, Pope Pius XII, the Potsdam Conference, Dred Scott, and the Truman home on Delaware Street in Independence.

The 28) Congressional Medal of Honor Awards File consists of citations for Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine recipients of the Medal of Honor between 1945 and 1952. The 29) Family Correspondence File contains cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, and press releases relating to Truman and his family. Included in this series is correspondence between Truman and relatives such as Louis W. Truman, Mary Jane Truman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Truman, J. Vivian Truman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wallace, Fred Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. George Wallace, and Madge Gates Wallace.

The 30) Longhand Notes File contains handwritten notes by Truman pertaining to various topics. Many of the notes are diary-like entries describing the events of the President's day; others contain Truman's candid observations on history, politics, and human nature. Included in this series are the "Pickwick Papers," autobiographical notes written by Truman during the early 1930s on the stationery of the Pickwick Hotel in Kansas City. At that time, Truman was Presiding Judge of the Jackson County Court. Other notes date from after the end of the Truman administration in 1953. The subjects discussed in Truman's longhand notes include Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Soviet Union, World War II, Herbert Hoover, the Potsdam Conference, the 1948 and 1952 elections, Louis Johnson, the Wake Island Conference with General Macarthur, Paul Hume, Tom Pendergast, the Korean War, the 35th Division, Adlai Stevenson, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Pete the Squirrel, Joseph Stalin, World War I, term limits, Cabinet members, Point Four, and public service. The notes date from 1930 to 1955, but many of them are undated. The Longhand Notes File is comprised of four subseries, consisting of Truman's pre-Presidential, Presidential, post-Presidential, and undated notes.

The 31) Summaries of Conversations File consists of summaries of telephone conversations derived from FBI wiretaps on the telephones of Thomas Corcoran and Edward F. Prichard, Jr. between 1945 and 1948. "Tommy the Cork" Corcoran, a prominent Washington lawyer, had been an influential adviser to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Prichard was an official with the Federal Loan Agency and the Treasury Department. No documentation of who authorized the wiretaps or why they were ordered has been found in the manuscript collections of the Truman Library.

The 32) Ernest H. Gruening File consists of correspondence, memorandums, and reports, arranged in two subseries. The first subseries contains FBI reports and memorandums regarding the alleged communist leanings of Gruening, who served as Governor of Alaska Territory during the Truman administration. The second subseries contains similar reports prepared by FBI Special Agents who worked on the case.

In 2004, the President's Secretary's Files were reprocessed and as a result, the box numbers changed. A list of the series and subseries with their corresponding old and new box numbers is available.

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SERIES AND SUBSERIES DESCRIPTIONS

In 2004, the President's Secretary's Files were reprocessed and as a result, the box numbers changed. A list of the series and subseries with their corresponding old and new box numbers is available.

Container Nos.SERIES (Subseries)
001-042SPEECH FILE, 1945-1953
Nine subseries:
001-003
003-005
006-013
013-021
021-027
027-035
035-040
040
040-042
043-049POLITICAL FILE, 1940-1960
Cables, charts, graphs, correspondence, budgets, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, printed materials, speeches, lists of gifts, meeting minutes, press releases, and reports. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
050-053PRESS CONFERENCE FILE, 1945-1953
Two subseries:
050-052
053
054-064PRESS RELEASE FILE, 1945-1953
Two subseries:
054-061
061-064
065-085PRESIDENT'S APPOINTMENTS FILE, 1945-1953
Three subseries:
066-068
    Desk Calendars File, 1945-1952, consisting of outline of appointments placed on President Truman's desk as well as Mrs. Truman's engagements. Arranged chronologically.
068-084
    Daily Sheets File, 1945-1953, consisting of appointment sheets with dates, times, names of persons with appointments and sometimes information pertaining to the subject of the appointment. The Daily Sheets also include cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, and reports relating to some of the appointments. Arranged chronologically.
084-085
    Appointment Books File, 1945-1953, consisting of calendars with names, dates and names of those with appointments. Arranged chronologically.
086DEPARTMENT OF STATE RADIO BULLETINS FILE, 1945
Press releases by the State Department about foreign policy issues. Arranged chronologically.
087-092TRIP FILE, 1945-1953
Cables, handwritten notes, itineraries and schedules, memorabilia, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, printed materials, and speeches pertaining to President Truman's trips, as well as the trip log of the Independence. Arranged chronologically.
093-095GIFT AND GREETING FILE, 1945-1953
Three subseries:
093
    Birthday Gifts File, 1945-1952, consisting of correspondence and lists of birthday gifts. Arranged chronologically.
093
    Christmas Gift Data File, 1946-1951, consisting of correspondence and lists of Christmas gifts. Arranged chronologically.
094-095
    Gifts File, 1945-1953, consisting of correspondence, lists of gifts given to the Trumans, and packing lists of gifts. Arranged alphabetically by subject, thereunder chronologically.
096-123 GENERAL FILE, 1940-1953
Cables, charts, graphs, handwritten notes, memorabilia, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, and printed material. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
124-189SUBJECT FILE, 1940-1953
Twelve subseries:
124-130
    Agencies File, 1945-1953, consisting of cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, legislation, maps, minutes of meetings, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, printed materials, reports, and speeches pertaining to government agencies, commissions, and boards. Arranged alphabetically by agency.
131-133
    Bureau of the Budget File, 1945-1953, consisting of correspondence, legislation, memorandums, press releases, printed materials, and reports, pertaining to the Bureau of the Budget. Arranged chronologically by fiscal year.
134-139
    Cabinet File, 1945-1953, consisting of agendas, correspondence, handwritten notes, minutes of meetings, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, printed materials, and reports pertaining to Cabinet departments and members. Arranged alphabetically by Cabinet department.
140
    China Lobby File, 1945-1953, consisting of correspondence, financial documents, legislation, minutes of meetings, memorandums, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, reports, speeches, and transcripts pertaining to efforts to support Chiang Kai-Shek's Nationalist regime and oppose Communist China. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
141-144
    Conferences File, 1945-1952, consisting of correspondence, maps, memorandums, minutes of meetings, press releases, printed materials, reports, and telegrams pertaining to conferences and meetings held during the Truman Administration. Arranged chronologically by date of conference.
145
    Council of Foreign Ministers File, 1945-1949, consisting of bound reproductions of documents pertaining to post-World War II Europe as discussed by the Council of Foreign Ministers. Arranged chronologically.
146-148
    Federal Bureau of Investigation File, 1945-1952, consisting of correspondence, memorandums, newspaper clippings, reports and printed materials pertaining to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
149-167
    Foreign Affairs File, 1940-1953, consisting of cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, itineraries, maps, memorandums, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, printed materials, reports, schedules, speeches, telegrams, and transcripts pertaining to foreign affairs. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
168-173
    National Security Council File, 1947-1953, consisting of charts, graphs, correspondence, handwritten notes, memorandums, printed materials and reports relating to the National Security Council. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
174-177
    National Security Council -- Atomic File, 1945-1952, consisting of agendas, cables, charts, graphs, correspondence, handwritten notes, maps, memorandums, minutes of meetings, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, printed materials, and reports pertaining to the National Security Council, atomic energy, testing and weapons. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
177-189
    National Security Council -- Meetings File, 1945-1953, consisting of agenda, correspondence, memorandums, minutes of meetings, and reports of the National Security Council. Arranged chronologically by date of meeting.
189
    Supreme Court File, 1945-1947, consisting of correspondence pertaining to Supreme Court nominations, Harold H. Burton, Robert H. Jackson, and Stanley F. Reed. Arranged alphabetically.
190-207HISTORICAL FILE, 1924-1953
Four subseries:
190-194
    Truman Papers File, 1945-1953, consisting of press conference transcripts and press releases pertaining to Presidential speeches. Arranged chronologically.
194-198
    Topics File, 1945-1953, consisting of handwritten notes, memorandums, press releases, printed materials, and reports. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
198-204
204-207
    Pre-Presidential File, 1924-1951, consisting of charts, graphs, correspondence, certificates, drafts of legislation, financial records, handwritten notes, legal documents, maps, memorabilia, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases, printed materials, reports, speeches, and transcripts of hearings pertaining to Harry S. Truman life before becoming President. Arranged chronologically.
208-209KOREAN WAR FILE, 1946-1953
Cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, itineraries, maps, memorandums, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, reports, and transcripts pertaining to the Korean War. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
209-211FRANK E. LOWE FILE, 1947-1952
Cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, itineraries, maps, memorandums, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials, reports, and transcripts pertaining to the Korean War. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
211-226INTELLIGENCE FILE, 1946-1953
Four subseries:
211-213
    Central Intelligence File,1950-1953, consisting of memorandums pertaining to the Korean situation. Arranged alphabetically by subject, thereunder chronologically.
213-221
221-226
226
    Publications File, 1946-1950, consisting of reports and books pertaining to foreign relations. Arranged alphabetically.
227-228MR. PRESIDENT FILE, 1951-1953
Correspondence, handwritten notes, memorandums, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials and transcripts pertaining to the book Mr. President. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
228-229LIST OF CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1946-1952
Correspondence sent to Matthew J. Connelly, Donald S. Dawson and the White House Central Files. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
229ADDRESS BOOKS FILE, 1948-1954
Addresses of individuals compiled during and after the Truman Administration. Arranged alphabetically by name.
230-232CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS FILE, 1951-1952
Reports and transcripts pertaining to Congressional committee hearings. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
233-234POLITICAL CAMPAIGN MATERIAL FILE, 1944-1952
233
233-234
    Miscellaneous [Campaign Research] File, 1944-1952, consisting of charts, graphs, newspaper clippings, press releases, and reports pertaining to campaigns. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
234DIARIES, 1947-1953
Diary entries by President Truman. Arranged chronologically.
234-235MISCELLANEOUS FILE, 1943-1953
Reports, correspondence, and memorandums pertaining to President Truman's speeches, the military, and the United States Lines Company Case. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
235TRUMAN LIBRARY FOUNDATION FILE, 1946-1953
Correspondence, handwritten notes, memorandums, and reports pertaining to fundraising, potential foundation board members, and location and design of the library. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
235-254CHRONOLOGICAL NAME FILE, 1945-1953
Correspondence, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings and press releases. Arranged alphabetically by name.
254-255BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1918-1953
Correspondence, handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, printed material and speeches pertaining to President Truman's life. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
255-256MARTHA E. TRUMAN FILE, 1918-1952
Correspondence from friends and family regarding Martha Truman's illness and death and an early copy of her will. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
256-257WHITE HOUSE FILE, 1945-1953
Correspondence, handwritten notes, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, press releases and transcripts pertaining to the White House renovation. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
257-278PERSONAL FILE, 1800-1953
Cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, memorabilia, memorandums, newspaper clippings, press releases, printed materials and reports pertaining to Harry S. Truman's personal life. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
279CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR AWARDS FILE, 1945-1952
Citations for military personnel of the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps and Navy. Arranged alphabetically by Branch of Military.
280-282FAMILY CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1945-1953
Cables, correspondence, handwritten notes, memorandums, newspaper clippings, photographs, and press releases to Harry S. Truman from relatives. Arranged alphabetically by name.
283-285LONGHAND NOTES FILE, 1930-1955
Four subseries:
283
283-285
285
285
286-290SUMMARIES OF CONVERSATIONS FILE, 1945-1948
Summaries of telephone conversations which were based on wiretaps placed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the telephones of Thomas Corcoran and Edward Prichard. Arranged chronologically.
291-292ERNEST H. GRUENING FILE, 1950-1951
Two subseries:
291
    General File, 1950-1951, consists of correspondence, memorandums and reports pertaining to Ernest H. Gruening's possible Communist leanings. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
291-292
    Special Agents Reports File, 1950, consists of correspondence, memorandums and reports pertaining to Ernest H. Gruening's possible Communist leanings. Arranged alphabetically by name.

In 2004, the President's Secretary's Files were reprocessed and as a result, the box numbers changed. A list of the series and subseries with their corresponding old and new box numbers is available.

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FOLDER TITLE LIST

In 2004, the President's Secretary's Files were reprocessed and as a result, the box numbers changed. A list of the series and subseries with their corresponding old and new box numbers is available.

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Box 87 Box 88 Box 89 Box 90 Box 91 Box 92

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Box 134

Box 135 Box 136 Box 137 Box 138
  • State:
      • Conference Data
      • Foreign
      • Foreign Countries
      • General
          [1 of 2: 1945 - 1948]
          [2 of 2: 1949 - 1952]
      • Miscellaneous [1945 - 1952]
    Box 139
      • Personnel
      • Policy Manual [April 16, 1945]
      • Edward R. Stettinius [Secretary of: 12/44 - 06/45]
      • James F. Byrnes [Secretary of: 07/45 - 01/47]
      • George C. Marshall [Secretary of: 01/47 - 01/49]
      • Dean Acheson [Secretary of: 01/49 - 01/53]
      • Robert A. Lovett [Under Secretary of: 1947 - 1949]
      • James E. Webb [Under Secretary of: 1949 - 1953]
    • Treasury:
      • Bond Data
      • Coast Guard
      • Miscellaneous [1945 - 1946]
      • Transition to the Eisenhower Administration [1952 - 53]
      • John W. Snyder [Secretary of the: 06/46 - 01/53]
          [1 of 2: 1945 - 1949]
          [2 of 2: 1950 - 1953]

    Box 140
    • Agriculture Department
    • Central Intelligence Agency
    • China Lobby, General
    • Commerce Department
    • Congress
    • Data
    • Justice Department
    • List of Names
    • State Department
    • Treasury Department
    • United States Chambers of Commerce in China

    Box 141
    • 1945
      • San Francisco Conference [United Nations: April - June]
      • Potsdam, Germany Trip [July - August]
          [1 of 2: U.S.S. Augusta]
          [2 of 2: Charts, Maps, Telephone Directory]
    • 1946
      • Paris Conference of Foreign Ministers
          [1 of 2: April - May]
          [2 of 2: June - August]
    • 1947
      • Moscow Conference of Foreign Ministers [March 10]
    Box 142
      • Rio de Janeiro Conference [July 22 - 29]
      • Paris Conference, European Recovery Needs [September]
      • London Conference, Council of Foreign Ministers [November 25]
          [1 of 2: General]
          [2 of 2: State Department Position Papers]
    • 1949
      • Paris Conference [May - June]
      • Paris Conference [October 21 - 22]
    • 1950
      • London Conference, North Atlantic Council [May]
      • Conference of Foreign Ministers, North Atlantic Treaty Organization [September]
      • North Atlantic Treaty Council, Brussels [December]
      • Truman - Attlee Talks [December 4 - 7]:
        • Briefing Book
        • Conference Data [Working Papers from Conference Room]
    Box 143
        • General
            [1 of 4]
            [2 of 4]
            [3 of 4]
            [4 of 4]
        • Meetings
      • Meeting of the President with Congressional Leaders [December 13]
    • 1951
      • Truman - Pleven Talks [January 29 - 30]:
        • Background Material
        • Minutes of Meetings
        • Press Releases, Communique, Miscellaneous
      • Malta Talks [March]
      • Truman - Auriol Meeting [March 29]
    Box 144
      • Tariff Conference, Torquay, England
      • NATO Council, Ottawa, Canada [September]
      • Secretary of State, NATO, Rome, Italy [November]
      • Truman - de Gasperi Meeting [September 25]
      • Japanese Peace Treaty, San Francisco [September]
      • Secretary of State: Miscellaneous Conferences [1951 - 1952]
    • 1952
      • Winston Churchill Conference [January]
      • Lisbon Conference, NATO [February]

    Box 145
    • Documents On Germany: Sessions I-VI, 1945 - 1949
    • Minutes and Records of Decisions:
      • Vol. IIIA: German and Austrian Problems in Sessions I-III
      • Vol. IV: Moscow, 1947
      • Vol. V: London, 1947
      • Vol. VI: Paris, 1949

    Box 146
    • "A"
    • American Soviet Friendship, Inc.
    • Argentina
    • Atomic Bomb
    • "B"
    • Brazil
    • "C"
    • Communists and Pro-Communists for Wallace
    • Communist Data
    • Communist Party
    Box 147
    • "D"
    • "E"
    • "F"
    • "G"
    • "H"
    • "I"
    • "J"
    • "K"
    • "L"
    • "Mc"
    • "M"
    • Maritime
    • "N"
    • "O"
    • "P"
    Box 148
    • Personal
    • "R"
    • Railroads
    • "S"
    • "T"
    • "U"
    • "V"
    • "W"
    • "X-Y-Z"

    Box 149
    • "A"
    • Africa
    • Alaska
    • Anglo-American Petroleum Agreement
    • Arabia
    • Argentina
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
        [3 of 3]
    • Attlee, Clement R.
    • Attlee, Clement R., Miscellaneous
    • Attlee Meeting - December 1950
    Box 150
    • Australia
    • Austria and Czechosolvakia
    • "B"
    • Bases, Foreign Military
    • Belgium
    • Berlin Crisis
    • Brazil:
      • General
      • General Eurico Gaspar Dutra
      • Eisenhower
    • British
    • Bulgaria and Rumania
    • "C"
    Box 151 Box 152
      • 1948
      • 1949
      • 1950-1952
      • Record of Round-Table Discussion by 25 Far East Experts with the Department of State on "American Policy Toward China": October 6, 7 and 8, 1949
      • "Documents on Diplomatic Aspects of Efforts by the United States to Supply China with Materials of War under the Lend-Lease Act, 1940-47":
    Box 153 Box 154 Box 155 Box 156
    • France:
      • General
      • Gift of Musical Clock and 2 Candelabra: April 18, 1952
      • President Vincent Auriol: March, 1951
      • Bruce, David K. E.
    • Franks, Sir Oliver
    • "G"
    • Germany:
      • General
          [1 of 2]
          [2 of 2]
      • Washington Agreements on: Acheson-Bevin-Schuman Meetings
      • Military Governments in Germany
    Box 157
      • Nuremberg War Crimes
    • German Reparations
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3; "A Report on German Reparations to the President of the United States, February to September, 1945"]
        [3 of 3]
    • Greece
    Box 158
    • "H"
    • Highway Project, Inter-American Highway
    • Hungary
    • "I"
    • India:
      • General
      • Bowles, Chester
      • Nehru, Pandit Jawaharlal
    • Iran:
      • General
      • Maps
      • Mosadeq
      • Harriman, W. Averell
    • Iraq, Visit of the Regent of
    • Ireland
    • Israel, State of
    Box 159
    • Italy:
      • General
      • Prime Minister Alcide de Gasperi
      • The Vatican
    • "J"
    • Japan
    • Japanese Peace Treaty
    • Japanese Surrender, Communications with Switzerland, England, Russia and China: August 11, 1945
    • Jews: Displaced Persons
    • Jurists, Committee of
    • Korea:
      • General
      • NSRB Memo: July 6, 1950
    Box 160
    • "L"
    • Latin America
    • Lebanon: Edwin A. Locke, Ambassador
    • Lend Lease
    • Lilienthal, David E.
    • Luxembourg
    • "M"
    • Marshall, George C.:
      • General
      • Telegrams
      • War Department
    • McCloy, John J. Visit of
    • Memoranda for the President: 1945-1946
    • Mexico:
      • General
    Box 161
      • Foot and Mouth Disease
      • Mule Situation
    • "N"
    • New Zealand
    • Nicaragua
    • "P"
    • Pakistan
    • Palestine:
      • 1945-1947
      • 1948-1952
    Box 162
      • Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry Report: April 20, 1946
      • Committee on Palestine and Related Problems
      • Jewish Immigration
      • Press Releases: 1945-1952
    • Panama
    • Pearl Harbor:
      • General
      • Investigations
          [1 of 2]
          [2 of 2]
    • Philippine Islands
        [1 of 2]
    Box 163
    • Philippine Islands
        [2 of 2]
    • Plevin, Rene, Prime Minister of France
    • Poland
    • Postdam
    • Puerto Rico
    • "R"
    • Reparations, Miscellaneous Correspondence
    Box 164
    • Reports:
      • General
      • Current Foreign Developments
          [1 of 2]
          [2 of 2]
    • Russia:
      • General: 1945-1948
          [1 of 4]
          [2 of 4]
          [3 of 4]
          [4 of 4]
      • General: 1949-1952
      • Lend Lease
      • Molotov
    Box 165
      • Moscow
      • Stalin
      • Soviet - U.S. Relations Policy Review: Conferences, etc… (to February, 1951)
      • State Department, Plan for Psychological Offensive (USSR)
      • U.S. Relations with
    • "S"
    • South America
    • Spain
    • Sweden
    • Switzerland
    • "T"
    • Telegrams:
      • Secret
      • Athens [Greece]: McVeagh
      • Baghdad [Iraq]: Moreland
      • Beirut [Lebanon]: Wadsworth
      • Belgrade [Yugoslavia]: Patterson
    Box 166
      • Bogota [Colombia]
      • Brussels [Belgium]: Sawyer
      • Buenos Aires [Argentina]: Peron
      • Caracas [Venezuela]
      • Caserta [Italy]: Kirk
      • China
      • Chungking [China]: Hurley
      • Damascus [Syria]
      • Florence [Italy]: Erhardt
      • Geneva [Switzerland]
      • Hague, The [Netherlands]
      • Jidda [Saudi Arabia]
      • La Paz [Bolivia]: Thurston
      • Lisbon [Portugal]: Baruch
      • London [England]: Winant
      • Managua [Nicaragua]: Warren
      • Manila [The Philippines]
      • Mexico City [Mexico]: Messersmith
      • Moscow [Soviet Union]: Harriman and Smith
      • Nanking [China]
      • New Delhi [India]: Herrell
      • Ottawa [Canada]: Atherton
      • Paris [France]: Caffery
      • Port au Prince [Haiti]: Wilson
      • Rio de Janeiro [Brazil]: Berle
      • Rome [Italy]: Kirk
      • Santiago [Chile]: Bowers
      • Sofia [Bulgaria]: Barnes
      • Stockholm [Sweden]: Johnson
      • Tegucigalpa [Honduras]: Erwin
      • Tel Aviv [Palestine / Israel]
      • Tientsin [China]
      • Tirana [Albania]: Jacobs
      • Vatican City: Taylor
      • War Department
      • Warsaw [Poland]
      • Wellington [New Zealand]: Patton
    • Turkey
    • "U"
    • UNICO Developments
    • Uruguay
    Box 167
    • "V"
    • Vatican, Mark W. Clark, Ambassador to the
    • Venezia Giulia, Occupation of
    • "W"
    • Warfare, Biological
    • "Yalta Conference, Roosevelt and the Russians at," by Edward R. Stettinius (draft)
    • "Conferences at Malta and Yalta, 1945" (galley proofs, Part I)
    • "Conferences at Malta and Yalta, 1945" (galley proofs, Part II)
    • Yemen at Sanaa
    • Yugoslavia

    Box 168
    • Actions, Record of:
      • 1947-1949
      • 1950
      • 1951-1952
      • 1953
    • Central Intelligence
    • Communications:
      • Intelligence
      • Security
    • Determinations:
      • General
      • No. 1
      • Nos. 2-6
      • Nos. 7-17
    Box 169
      • Nos. 18-21
    • Directives
    • Memorandum Approvals:
      • General
      • 6
      • 10/2
      • 83
      • 165
      • 201
      • 204
      • 235
      • 236
      • 253
      • 283
      • 358
      • 359
      • 360
      • 413
      • 446
      • 469
      • 516
      • 543
      • 544
      • 558
      • 590
      • 604
      • 612
      • 622
      • 623
      • 637
      • 657
      • 670
      • 696
    Box 170
    • Memoranda for the National Security Council
    • Miscellaneous Data
    • Office of Policy Coordination
    • Pending Data
    • Policies Developed Through the National Security Council - Chronological List
    • Reports:
      • "Current Policies of the Government Relating to National Security":
        • "Vol. I, Geographical Area Policies"
            [1 of 2]
            [2 of 2]
        • "Vol. II, Functional Policies"
        • "Vol. III, Organizational Policies"
        • Cumulative Index
      • "Policies of the Government Relating to National Security":
        • Vol. I, 1947-1948
    Box 171
        • Vol. II, 1949
        • Vol. III, 1950
        • Vol. IV, 1951
      • "Status of the National Security Progress in the United States"
      • "Military Program":
        • "Air Readiness and Development"
        • "Army Production"
      • "Miscellaneous"
      • "Soviet and NATO"
      • Status of Projects:
        • August-December, 1949
        • January-June, 1950
        • July-December, 1950
            [1 of 2]
    Box 172
        • July-December, 1950
            [2 of 2]
        • January-June, 1951
        • July-September, 1951
        • October-December, 1951
            [1 of 2]
            [2 of 2]
        • January-March, 1952
        • April-June, 1952
        • July-September, 1952
    Box 173
        • October, 1952-January, 1953
      • To National Security Council for Information:
        • General
        • Progress Reports
      • To the President:
        • Reporting Unit
        • Stockpiling Program
      • Senior National Security Council Staff Meetings:
        • General
        • Miscellaneous
        • Point Four
      • Souers, Sidney W.:
        • General
        • "Communist Concepts of War, Pacifism, and Peace"

    Box 174
    • Atomic Bomb:
      • Alsop Article
      • Attack
      • Cabinet:
        • General
        • Clinton P. Anderson
        • James F. Byrnes
        • Tom C. Clark
        • Philip B. Fleming
        • Harold L. Ickes
        • James Forrestal
        • William D. Leahy
        • Fred M. Vinson
        • Henry A. Wallace
      • Hiroshima and Nagasaki
      • Long Range Detection Program
      • Strategic Bombing
      • Reports
      • Press Releases
          [1 of 3]
          [2 of 3]
          [3 of 3]
    Box 175
    • Atomic Energy:
      • Advisory Committee
      • Agreed Declaration by U. S., United Kingdom and Canada
          [1 of 2]
          [2 of 2]
      • Annual Reports
      • Budgets
      • Canada
      • Central Intelligence Agency
      • Committee Personnel
      • Contracts
      • Defense, Secretary of
      • Expansion of the Atomic Energy Program
      • International Control
      • Personnel
      • Plants
    Box 176
      • President's Directive: January 31, 1950
          [1 of 3]
          [2 of 3]
          [3 of 3]
      • Russia
      • Super Bomb Data
      • Underground Data
      • United Kingdom
    • Atomic Testing:
      • General
      • Miscellaneous
      • Bikini
      • Buster Jangle
      • Crossroads
      • Greenhouse
      • Ivy
      • Nevada:
        • General
        • Attendance of NATO Representative
      • Tumbler Snapper
      • Windstorm
    • Atomic Weapons:
      • Agreed Concepts
      • Department of Defense
      • Non-Nuclear Components
      • Procedure for Use
    Box 177
      • Stockpile
      • Thermonuclear

    • Finding Aids:
      • Numerical List of Meetings
      • Subject Index
    • Meetings:
      • 1: September 26, 1947
      • 2: November 14, 1947
      • 3: December 12, 1947
      • 4: December 17, 1947
      • 5: January 13, 1948
      • 6: February 12, 1948
      • 7: March 11, 1948
      • 8: March 23, 1948
      • 9: April 2, 1948
      • 10: April 22, 1948
      • 11: May 20, 1948
      • 12: June 3, 1948
      • 13: June 17, 1948
      • 14: July 1, 1948
      • 15: July 15, 1948
      • 16: July 22, 1948
    Box 178
      • 17: August 5, 1948
      • 18: August 19, 1948
      • 19: September 2, 1948
      • 20: September 7, 1948
      • 21: September 16, 1948
      • 22: September 30, 1948
      • 23: October 7, 1948
      • 24: October 14, 1948
      • 25: October 21, 1948
      • 26: November 3, 1948
      • 27: November 23, 1948
      • 28: December 2, 1948
      • 29: December 10, 1948
      • 30: December 16, 1948
      • 31: January 6, 1949
      • 32: January 27, 1949
      • 33: February 3, 1949
      • 34: February 17, 1949
    Box 179
      • 35: March 3, 1949
      • 36: March 22, 1949
          [1 of 2]
          [2 of 2]
      • 37: April 7, 1949
      • 38: April 21, 1949
      • 39: May 5, 1949
      • 40: May 17, 1949
      • 41: June 2, 1949
      • 42: June 16, 1949
      • 43: July 7, 1949
      • 44: August 4, 1949
      • 45: September 15, 1949
      • 46: September 29, 1949
    Box 180
      • 47: October 20, 1949
      • 48: November 17, 1949
      • 49: December 8, 1949
      • 50: December 29, 1949
      • 51: January 5, 1950
      • 52: February 1, 1950
      • 53: February 16, 1950
      • 54: April 6, 1950
      • 55: April 20, 1950
      • 56: May 4, 1950
    Box 181
      • 57: May 18, 1950
      • 58: June 28, 1950
      • 59: June 28, 1950
      • 60: July 6, 1950
      • 61: July 13, 1950
      • 62: July 27, 1950
      • 63: August 3, 1950
      • 64: August 10, 1950
      • 65: August 17, 1950
      • 66: August 24, 1950
      • 67: September 7, 1950
      • 68: September 29, 1950
      • 69: October 12, 1950
    Box 182
      • 70: November 2, 1950
      • 71: November 9, 1950
      • 72: November 22, 1950
      • 73: November 28, 1950
      • 74: December 11, 1950
      • 75: December 14, 1950
      • 76: December 21, 1950
      • 77: January 4, 1951
      • 78: January 10, 1951
      • 79: January 12, 1951
      • 80: January 17, 1951
      • 81: January 24, 1951
      • 82: February 1, 1951
    Box 183
      • 83: February 14, 1951
      • 84: February 21, 1951
          [1 of 3]
          [2 of 3]
          [3 of 3]
      • 85: March 7, 1951
      • 86: March 14, 1951
      • 87: March 21, 1951
      • 88: April 11, 1951
      • 89: April 18, 1951
      • 90: May 2, 1951
      • 91: May 16, 1951
    Box 184
      • 92: May 23, 1951
      • 93: June 6, 1951
      • 94: June 13, 1951
      • 95: June 27, 1951
      • 96: July 11, 1951
      • 97: July 18, 1951
      • 98: August 1, 1951
      • 99: August 8, 1951
    Box 185
      • 100: August 22, 1951
      • 101: August 29, 1951
      • 102: September 12, 1951
      • 103: September 26, 1951
      • 104: October 10, 1951
      • 105: October 17, 1951
          [1 of 2]
          [2 of 2]
      • 106: October 23, 1951
      • 107: November 28, 1951
      • 108: December 5, 1951
      • 109: December 12, 1951
      • 110: December 18, 1951
    Box 186
      • 111: January 16, 1952
      • 112: February 6, 1952
      • 113: March 5, 1952
      • 114: April 2, 1952
      • 115: April 23, 1952
      • 116: April 30, 1952
      • 117: May 28, 1952
      • 118: June 11, 1952
      • 119: June 18, 1952
      • 120: June 25, 1952
    Box 187
      • 121: August 6, 1952
      • 122: September 3, 1952
          [1 of 4]
          [2 of 4]
          [3 of 4]
          [4 of 4]
      • 123: September 24, 1952
      • 124: October 14, 1952
      • 125: November 19, 1952
      • 126: November 26, 1952
    Box 188
      • 127: December 17, 1952
      • 128: January 9, 1953
    • Regular Meeting Data: National Security Council
    • Memoranda for the President:
      • Meeting Discussions:
        • 1948
        • 1949
        • 1950
        • 1951
    Box 189
        • 1952-1953
    • Volumes:
      • I: September 26, 1947 - December 17, 1948
      • II: January 7, 1949 - July 7, 1950
      • III: July 14, 1950 - June 14, 1951
      • IV: June 28, 1951 - January 9, 1953
    • Meetings - Personnel

    • General Correspondence
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Burton, Harold H.
    • Jackson, Robert H.
    • Reed, Stanely F.

    Box 190
    • General: Memorandum re Historical Files
    • General: Memorandum re Truman Papers
    • April, 1945
    • May-June, 1945
    • July-August, 1945
    • September-October, 1945
    • November-December, 1945
    • January-February, 1946
    • March-April, 1946
    • May-June, 1946
    • July-August, 1946
    • September-October, 1946
    Box 191
    • November-December, 1946
    • January-February, 1947
    • March-April, 1947
    • May-June, 1947
    • July-August, 1947
    • September-October, 1947
    • November-December, 1947
    • January, 1948
    • February, 1948
    • March, 1948
    • April, 1948
    • May, 1948
    • June, 1948
    Box 192
    • July, 1948
    • August, 1948
    • September, 1948
    • October, 1948
    • November-December, 1948
    • January-February, 1949
    • March-April, 1949
    • May-June, 1949
    • July-August, 1949
    • September-October, 1949
    • November-December, 1949
    • January-February, 1950
    • March-April, 1950
    Box 193
    • May-June, 1950
    • July-August, 1950
    • September-October, 1950
    • November-December, 1950
    • January-February, 1951
    • March-April, 1951
    • May-June, 1951
    • July-August, 1951
    • September-October, 1951
    • November-December, 1951
    Box 194

    • Atomic Bomb - 1945
    Box 195
    • Atomic Bomb - War Department
    • Atomic Energy
    • Cabinet - Presidential
    • Censorship, Office of
    • China
    • Civil Defense
    • Civil Rights - FEPC
    • Combined Boards
    • Conferences - M. Bidault, 1945
    • Congress, Message to, September 6, 1945
    • Congress, State of the Union Messages
    • DeGaulle, Charles
    • Economic Stabilization - Defense Production Act of 1950
    • Economic Stabilization - Economic Stabilization Program, 1945-1953
        [1 of 2]
    Box 196
    • Economic Stabilization - Economic Stabilization Program, 1945-1953
        [2 of 2]
    • Eisenhower, Dwight D.
    • First Days in Office
    • Food - Food Crisis, 1945-1948
    • Foreign Policy: Bipartisan Policy
    • Foreign Policy: Disarmament
    • Foreign Policy: European Recovery Program
    • Foreign Policy: Greek-Turkish Aid Program - Truman Doctrine
    • Foreign Policy: Mutual Aid and Defense Program - NATO
    • Germany - Postwar
    Box 197
    • Germany - Surrender, May 8, 1945
    • Greece
    • Health and Medical Program
    • Hopkins - Davies Moscow Mission - 1945
    • Immigration and Naturalization
    • Internal Revenue and Justice Department Investigations
    • International Trusteeships
    • Iraq
    • Japanese Surrender - August 14, 1945
    • Korea and the Korean War
    • Lend-Lease
    • Marshall, George C.
    • Miscellaneous - May, June, July, 1945
    • Molotov Conferences - 1945
    • Netherlands
    • Potsdam Conference - 1945
    • Philippines
    • Poland - 1945
    • Refugees, War
    Box 198
    • Reorganization, Government, 1945-1952
    • Reparations - Edwin Pauley, 1945
    • Selective Service
    • Social Security
    • Supreme Court - 1945
    • Surplus Property
    • Syria, 1945
    • Taylor, Myron C.
    • Trade, Foreign - Reciprocal
    • United Nations
    • Universal Military Training
    • War Information, Office of

    • 1950:
      • September 1: Radio Address on Korea
      • November 4: Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, Missouri
      • December 5: White House Conference on Children and Youth
    Box 199
    • 1951:
      • April 26: Extension of Defense Production Act - drafts
      • June 14: Anti-inflation Speech Broadcast
      • July 28: Drafts of Detroit, Michigan Speech
      • August [7 and 9]: Letters Concerning U. N. Contributions
      • August 14: American Legion, Washington, D. C.
      • August 15: National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week - draft
      • August 23: Drafts of Message on Strengthening Defense Production Legislation
      • September 4: Democratic Party Luncheon, San Francisco, California
      • September 14: Letter of Greeting to AFL Convention - San Francisco, California
      • September 14: Letter of Greeting to International Union of Electrical Workers
      • September 17: National Association of Postmasters, Washington, D. C.
      • September 17: Sealing of Constitution and Declaration of Independence, Washington, D. C.
      • September 20: Gift of Italian Horses
      • September 26: Pilgrimage of American Churchmen
      • September 27: Disclosure of Incomes of Public Officials
      • September 27: Democratic Women's Day
    Box 200
      • September 30: Community Chest Speech
      • October 12: Letter to American Legion Convention
      • October 13: Letter to Vice President Concerning Supplemental Appropriation for the Federal Trade Commission
      • October [15]: Wake Forest, North Carolina - drafts
      • October 26: Dedication of Gompers' Square
      • October 27: Letter to National Association of Independent Tire Dealers
      • November 1: Letter of Greeting to CIO National Convention
      • November [5]: Women in the Armed Forces speech - drafts
      • November [7]: Fireside Chat on Disarmament - drafts
    • 1952:
      • State of the Union Message
          [1 of 3]
          [2 of 3]
          [3 of 3]
    Box 201
      • January 16: Economic Message and Report
      • January 28: Message on the St. Lawrence Waterway
      • February 11: Defense Production Act Message
      • February 29: Letter Concerning UNICEF Contribution
      • March 6: Message on the Mutual Security Program
          [1 of 2]
          [2 of 2]
      • March 8: Letter to the National Farmers Union
      • March 15: Columbia Scholastic Press Association
      • March 29: Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner
      • April 4: Acceptance of Carillon from the Netherlands
      • April 4: NATO Treaty Speech
    Box 202
      • April 8: Point Four - Read by Secretary Dean Acheson
      • April 8: Steel Strike - Radio Address
      • April 8: Steel Strike - Message, Speech, Drafts, and Related Material
      • April [18]: AMVETS Speech - drafts
      • April 24: First Annual Report of Federal Civil Defense Administration
      • April 25: Letter to Senator Kenneth McKellar on the Need for Restoring Flood Control Funds
      • May 2: Civil Service Speech - drafts
      • May 15: Agriculture Honor Awards Speech
      • May 17: Americans for Democratic Action
      • May 17: Americans for Democratic Action - drafts
      • May 20: United States Military Academy
      • May 20: United States Military Academy - drafts
      • May 21: Veterans Administration Voluntary Services Speech
      • May 29: Tidelands Oil Veto
      • June 7: Reunion of the 35th Division, Springfield, Missouri
      • June 7: Reunion of the 35th Division, Springfield, Missouri - drafts
      • June 13: Howard University Commencement
      • June 13: Howard University Commencement - drafts
    Box 203
      • June 14: Keel Laying, U. S. S. Nautilus, Groton, Connecticut
      • June 14: Keel Laying, U. S. S. Nautilus, Groton, Connecticut - drafts
      • July 2: Bull Shoals Dam, Arkansas
      • July [13]: Letter to Public Advisory Board for Mutual Security - drafts
      • July [15]: Statement on Signing Supplemental Appropriation Bill of 1953
      • July [26]: Democratic National Convention Address
      • September 1: Labor Day Speech, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
      • September 2: Parkersburg, West Virginia
      • September [4]: Physically Handicapped Speech Drafts
      • September 13: Letter of Greeting to AFL Convention
      • September 27: Community Chest Speech - drafts
      • September: Speech Drafts - General
      • September: West Coast Trip - Speech Drafts
      • October: Speech Drafts - General
      • October: Midwest Trip - Speech Drafts
    Box 204
      • October: New England Trip - Speech Drafts
      • October: New Jersey-Pennsylvania Trip - Speech Drafts
      • December 16: Alumni Association, Industrial College of the Armed Forces
      • December 19: National War College
    • 1953
      • January 2: Budget Message to Congress - draft

    • Personal:
      • Masonic - Records and Papers, 1924-1944
      • Military Record of Harry S. Truman, 1932-1934
      • Otis, M. E.
      • Truman-Jacobson Affairs
      • Truman-Roosevelt Correspondence
    • County Judge:
      • Addresses of Harry S. Truman, 1929-1933
    Box 205
      • Boxley, Fred A.
      • Jackson County Courthouse - Charles Keck Contract
      • Kansas City Flood Control
      • List of County Employees by Township
      • Maps
      • Reports
    • United States Senator:
      • Appropriations, Requests for
      • Election, United States Senate, 1934
      • Federal Communications Commission - Application of WHB Broadcasting Company
      • Federal Communications Commission - Radio Intelligence Division
      • Freight Forwarders - Interstate Commerce Commission Committee
          [1 of 2]
          [2 of 2]
    Box 206
      • Grimble, Clifton
      • Latin America and the Caribbean - United States Government Expenditures and Commitments
      • Lowe, Frank E.
      • Midwest Defense Conference
      • Military Affairs:
        • Hearings Before Committee on - House of Representatives
        • Hearings Before Subcommittee on - House of Representatives
        • Hearings Before War Contracts Subcommittee on - Senate
      • National Wool Marketing Corporation - Annual Report
      • Petroleum - Report on United States Inland Petroleum Transportation - 1943
      • "Postwar Problems of the Aircraft Industry" by Melvin A. Brenner
      • Publications
      • Reelection - United States Senate - 1940
      • Senate Correspondence:
        • 1940
    Box 207
        • January-April, 1941
        • May, 1941
        • June, 1941
        • July, 1941
        • 1943
        • 1944
      • Voting Record of Harry S. Truman - 74th-76th Congresses
      • Winn-Senter Construction Company - Brochure

    Box 208
    • General Data
    • Air Force Briefings
    • Armistice Negotiations
    • Central Intelligence Agency
    • Civil Affairs
    • Marshall, George C.
    • Messages - Air Force and Army
    • Radio Broadcast by E. D. Canham, July 25, 1950
    • Releases: General
    • Releases: Drafts
    • Releases: Mimeographed
    • Report of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for Senate Committees, April 30, 1951
    • Survey of North Korea
    • State Department: Foreign Telegrams
    • State Department: Summary of Telegrams
    • United Nations Data
    • Wake Island:
      • General
      • Conference - Statements, October 15, 1950
      • Talks
          [1 of 2]
    Box 209
      • Talks
          [2 of 2]
      • Trip:
        • General
        • Communique between President Truman and General MacArthur
        • Itinerary
        • Speeches - Hawaii and San Francisco

    • Correspondence, 1947-1952
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
        [3 of 3]
    • Miscellaneous Documents [Intelligence Summary, August 1950]
    • Psychological Warfare
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    Box 210
    • Publications
    • Report of Mission: General [Supply Economy]
    • Report of Mission: Report
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to personnel report-Tab 1
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to G-3 operations report-Tab 4
    • Report of Mission: G-4 Logistics Report-Tab 5
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to Ordnance Report, Part I-Tab 6
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to Ordnance Report, Part II-Tab 6
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to Engineers Report-Tab 7
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to Signal Report, Part I-Tab 8
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to Signal Report, Part II-Tab 8
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to Quartermaster Report-Tab 9
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to Medical Report-Tab 10
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to Korean Military Advisory Group Report-Tab 11
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to First Cavalry Division Report-Tab 12
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to First Marine Division Report-Tab 13
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to United States Air Force Report-Tab 14
    Box 211
    • Report of Mission: Japanese Police Reserve-Tab 15
    • Report of Mission: Appendix to Okinawa Report-Tab 16

    • Atomic Data
    • Current Intelligence Bulletin
    • Daily Korean Summaries:
      • June - August, 1950
      • September - October, 1950
      • November - December, 1950
      • January - February, 1951
      • March - April, 1951
      • May - June, 1951
    Box 212
      • July - August, 1951
      • September - October, 1951
      • November - December, 1951
      • January - February, 1952
      • March - April, 1952
      • May - June, 1952
      • July - August, 1952
      • September - October, 1952
    Box 213
      • November, 1952 - January, 1953
    • Memoranda, 1945-1948
    • Memoranda, 1949
    • Memoranda, 1950-1952
    • Situation Summaries
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]

    • Central Intelligence Agency: RE Reports
    • Central Intelligence Agency: RR Reports
    • Central Intelligence Agency: SI Reports
    Box 214
    • Central Intelligence Group [and Central Intelligence Agency, 1946, 1948-1950]
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Central Intelligence Reports
    • Foreign Radio Comments:
      • January - April, 1949
      • May - August, 1949
      • September - December, 1949
      • January - April, 1950
      • June, 1950
      • July - August, 1950
      • September - October, 1950
      • November - December, 1950
      • January - February, 1951
      • March - May, 1951
      • June - September, 1951
      • October - November, 1951
      • January - March, 1952
      • April - July, 1952
      • October, 1952 - January, 1953
    Box 215
    • "M" Reports [Map and Geographical Intelligence]
    • National Intelligence Estimates:
      • 1-6 [November 3, 1950 - April 5, 1951]
      • 7-20 [7, 9-12, 14, 15, 17-20: November 21, 1951 - April 20, 1951]
      • 21-26 [21, 23-26: January 22, 1951 - December 11, 1952]
      • 27-34 [27, 29, 31-34: March 20, 1951 - January 4, 1952]
      • 35-43 [35, 36, 41-43: August 1, 1951 - October 20, 1952]
      • 44-52 [44, 46-50, 52: October 15, 1951 - October 31, 1952]
      • 53-62 [53, 55, 57, 58, 60, 62: February 12, 1952 - September 10, 1952]
      • 64-66 [64: November 12, 1952 - December 24, 1952]
      • 67-75 [67, 69, 70, 72, 75: July 31, 1952 - January 9, 1953]
    Box 216
    • O. R. E.: [Office of Reports and Estimates]
      • 1946 [July 24-December 26]
      • 1947:
        • 1-14 [1, 4-6, 11, 13, 14: January 6-March 11]
        • 15-39 [15-17, 19-21, 39: February 28-August 5]
        • 44-54 [44, 45, 47-54: September 15-November 14]
        • 55-65 [55, 56, 62-65: November 20, 1947-January 5, 1948]
      • 1948:
        • 6-15 [6, 7, 9-15: January 13-August 3]
        • 16-18 [March 31, 1948-January 26, 1949]
        • 19-20 [April 23-August 2]
        • 21-29 [April 2-November 19]
    Box 217
        • 30-39 [30-32, 34, 35, 37-39: May 14, 1948-March 17, 1949]
        • 40-47 [February 16-October 28]
        • 48-57 [48-53, 57: July 22, 1948-February 15, 1949]
        • 58-65 [58, 60, 61, 65: July 30-November 2]
        • 67-78 [67-69, 71, 77, 78: February 9, 1948-March 30, 1949]
      • 1949:
        • 1-16 [1-3, 6, 9, 11, 14, 16: January 31-August 2]
        • 17, 22 [May 4, 1949-October 5, 1950]
        • 23-24 [July 18, 1949-January 5, 1950]
    Box 218
        • 28-45 [28, 29, 33, 39-41, 43-45: January 27-November 17]
        • 46-59 [46, 48, 50, 51, 56-59: April 13-August 31]
        • 60-74 [60, 65-69, 71, 74: June 27-December 15]
        • 76-89 [76-79, 83, 85, 86, 89: August 31, 1949-February 3, 1950]
        • 90-100 [90-93, 100: November 9, 1949-April 10, 1950]
      • 1950:
        • 1-17 [1, 2, 4, 7-9, 11, 17: February 3-June 2]
        • 18-29 [18-20, 22, 25, 26, 29: April 21-October 13]
        • 32-58 [32-34, 46, 48, 50, 58: June 9-October 13]
    • O. S. I. Reports:
      • 1949
      • 1950
    • O. S. I. - I. S. Reports
    • O. S. I - Situation Reports
    Box 219
    • Situation Reports:
      • 1-3 [2-3; c. 1947]
      • 4-5 [August 15, 1947; September 1, 1947]
      • 6 [August 1, 1947]
      • 7 [April 6, 1949]
      • 8 [November 1947]
      • 8 - Map Supplement
      • 9-10 [September 1, 1947; March 1948]
      • 11 [November 15, 1948]
      • 12-13 [September 27, 1949; October 5, 1949]
    Box 220
      • 14-15 [January-June, 1948]
      • 16-17 [May-November, 1948]
      • 18-19 [November 16, 1948; January 24, 1951]
      • 20 [December 9, 1949]
      • 21 [September 16, 1948]
      • 25 [December 7, 1949]
      • 26, 28 [March 1948; February 4, 1949]
      • 29 [December 23, 1948]
      • 30-31 [October 13, 1949; March 17, 1950]
      • 32, 36 [October 21, 1948; November 28, 1950]
    Box 221
      • 38 [September 14, 1948]
      • 46, 48 [April 1, 1949; July 27, 1950]
      • 49 [May 5, 1950]
      • 53, 61 [February 20, 1950; July 24, 1950]
    • Special Estimate Reports:
      • 1-9 [January 11-August 6, 1951]
      • 10-18 [10, 11, 14-18: September 15-November 8, 1951]
      • 21-35 [21-25, 28, 29, 31, 32, 35: January 24, 1952-January 2, 1953]
    • Special Evaluation Reports [40-41: July 29-August 14, 1950]

    • Situation Reports:
      • 1-15 [June 29-July 12, 1950]
      • 16-30 [July 13-27, 1950]
      • 31-45 [July 28-August 11, 1950]
    Box 222
      • 46-60 [46-52, 54-60: August 12-26, 1950]
      • 61-75 [August 27-September 10, 1950]
      • 76-90 [September 11-25, 1950]
      • 91-105 [91-94, 96-105: September 26-October 10, 1950]
      • 106-120 [October 11-25, 1950]
      • 121-135 [October 26-November 15, 1950]
      • 136-150 [November 16-December 7, 1950]
    Box 223
      • 151-165 [December 8-29, 1950]
      • 166-180 [January 2-22, 1951]
      • 181-195 [January 23-February 12, 1951]
      • 196-210 [February 13-March 6, 1951]
      • 211-225 [211-213, 215-225: March 7-27, 1951]
      • 226-240 [March 28-April 17, 1951]
      • 241-255 [April 18-May 8, 1951]
      • 256-270 [256-261, 263-270: May 9-29, 1951]
    Box 224
      • 271-285 [May 31-June 20, 1951]
      • 286-300 [June 21-July 12, 1951]
      • 301-315 [July 13-August 2, 1951]
      • 316-330 [August 3-23, 1951]
      • 331-345 [August 24-September 14, 1951]
      • 346-360 [September 17-October 5, 1951]
      • 361-375 [October 8-26, 1951]
      • 376-390 [October 29-November 19, 1951]
    Box 225
      • 391-405 [319-394, 396-405: November 20-December 11, 1951]
      • 406-420 [December 12, 1951-January 2, 1952]
      • 421-435 [January 3-22, 1952]
      • 436-450 [January 23-February 12, 1952]
      • 451-465 [February 13-March 5, 1952]
      • 466-480 [March 6-26, 1952]
      • 481-495 [481-488, 490-495: March 27-May 1, 1952]
      • 496-510 [May 5-June 23, 1952]
    Box 226
      • 513-525 [513-516, 518-525: July 3-August 14, 1952]
      • 526-540 [August 18-October 6, 1952]
      • 541-555 [October 9-November 26, 1952]
      • 556-569 [December 1, 1952-January 15, 1953]

    • Booklets and Reports
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]

    Box 227
    • Acknowledgement of Books
    • Correspondence
    • Drafts
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Farrar, Straus, and Young
    • Interviews
    Box 228
    • List of Autographed Numbered Copies
    • List of Autographed Numbered Copies - Alphabetical
    • List of Autographed Unnumbered Copies
    • Miscellaneous Material [press releases]
    • Newspaper Clippings concerning Mr. President
    • Page Proof - Mr. President
    • Reader's Digest
    • Receipts
    • Truman, Harry S. - Longhand Notes - typewritten copies
    • Wagg, Alfred

    • Correspondence Sent to Matthew J. Connelly: 1946-1950
    • Correspondence Sent to Matthew J. Connelly: 1951-1952
    • Correspondence Sent to Donald S. Dawson, 1949-1951
    • Correspodence Sent to White House Central Files: 1946-1947
    Box 229
    • Correspodence Sent to White House Central Files: 1948-1949
    • Correspodence Sent to White House Central Files: 1950-1951
    • Correspodence Sent to White House Central Files: 1952

    • Address Book: A-Mc
    • Address Book: M-Z
    • Address Book [Post-Presidential]

    Box 230
    • Internal Revenue Investigation, Subcommittee of the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives, Part IV, March -May, 1952
    • McCarthy-Benton Senate Investigation
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Subcommittee on Privileges and Elections of the Committee on Rules and Administration, United States Senate, Hearings, Part I, December 9, 1952
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: February 21, 1951
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate:February 22, 1951
    Box 231
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: February 23, 1951
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: February 26, 1951
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: February 27, 1951
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: March 1, 1951
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: March 2, 1951
    Box 232
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: March 5, 1951
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: March 7, 1951
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: March 8, 1951
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: March 12, 1951
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: March 19, 1951
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation - Committee on Banking and Currency, United States Senate: March 28, 1951

    Box 233
    • Campaign Chronology
    • Campaign Statements of Dwight D. Eisenhower - Reference Index
    • Chronological: July 11-September 14
    • Chronological: September 15-22
    • Chronological: September 23-October 2
    • Chronological: October 3-7
    • Chronological: October 8-10
    • Chronological: October 11-20
    • Chronological: October 20-24
    • Chronological: October 25-29
    • Chronological: October 30-December 14

    • Election Charts For 1944-1950 Complied by Louis Bean
    Box 234
    • Federal Corrupt Practices and Political Activities
    • Material Relating to 1952 Election and Aftermath
    • Nixon, Richard M. - Data
    • Voting Record - 80th-82nd Congresses

    • Catalogue of the President's Speech Broadcasts
    • Eighth Air Force: Strategic and Tactical Operations, 1943-1945
    • Lord Beaverbrook Correspondence
    • Map Service, Eleventh Airborne Division, 1945 [Cross Reference to Oversize File]
    • Thirty-fifth Division, Thirty-second Annual Reunion, June 6-8, 1952
    Box 235
    • United States Lines Company Case, 1949-1952
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
        [3 of 3]
    • United States Strategic Air Forces in Europe, February 20-25, 1944

    • Allen, George
    • Anderson, Clinton P.
    • Arizona
    • Articles of Agreement
    • Buchanan, Thomas C.
    • California
    • Correspondence - General
    • Davis, Blevins
    • District of Columbia
    • Evans, Tom
    • Goldberg, Bernard
    • Hurja, Emil
    • Idaho
    • Illinois
    • Jobes, Harry C.
    • Lloyd, David D.
    • Maryland
    • Maverick, Maury
    • Metcalf, K. D.
    • Missouri
    • Moore, Vernon
    • Neild, Edward F.
    • Nevada
    • New York
    • North Carolina
    • Rhode Island
    • Sermon, Roger T.
    • Shannon, Ray
    • Stephens, A. J.
    • Tipton, Ernest M.
    • Ward, Philip H.
    • Weatherford, Robert P.

    Box 236
    • Acheson, Dean G.
    • Ahern, James T.
    • Ahlfeldt, Ernie
    • "Ai" [-"Ap"]
    • Aiken, George D.
    • Akin, S. B.
    • Alexander, Rees, Sr.
    • Alfange, Dean
    • Allen, George E.
    • Allen, Harry B.
    • Allis, Barney L.
    • Anderson, Clinton P.
    • Andrews, W. G.
    • Angle, A. J.
    • Annapolis [United States Naval Academy-folder empty]
    • "Ar" [-"Ay"]
    • Arnall, Ellis
    • Arnold, Henry H.
    • Arrowsmith, George M.
    • Arvey, Jacob M.
    • Austin, Warren R.
    • Axtel, Enos A.
    • "B" ["Ba"-"Be"]
    • Baldridge, H. A.
    • Ball, Joseph H.
    • Bane, Frank
    • Bankhead, Tallulah
    • Barker, John T.
    • Barkley, Alben W.
    • Barringer, Lewis T.
    • Barron, Carter T.
    • Bartholomew, Harland
    • Bartle, H. Roe
    • Bartlett, E. L.
    • Baruch, Bernard M.
    • Baska, [Mrs.] Joseph A.
    • Bay, Charles Ulrick
    • Becker, Julius W.
    • Beeman, Mark
    • Beggs, Lyall T.
    • Bell, C. Jasper
    • Bennett, Charles E.
    • Benson, E. H.
    • Berle, Adolf A., Jr.
    • Berle, Adolf A., Sr.
    • Berryman, C. K.
    • Bethune, Mary McLeod
    • Beuder, M. J.
    • Bevan, Cyril
    Box 237
    • "Bi" [-"Bo"]
    • Biddle, Francis
    • Bierwirth, John E.
    • Biffle, Leslie
    • Billikopf, Jacob
    • Binns, Walter Pope
    • Bland, Schuyler Otis
    • Blair, James T., Jr.
    • Blaustein, Jacob
    • Bliss, R. W.
    • Bloom, Sol
    • Blue, Robert D.
    • Boggs, Hale
    • Boland, James J.
    • Bolling, Richard
    • Bonner, John W.
    • Bonnet, Henri
    • Bostian, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth V.
    • Bowers, Claude G.
    • Bowles, Chester
    • Bowman, Fred J.
    • Bowman, Louis N.
    • Bowman, Welbern
    • Bowron, Fletcher
    • Boykin, Frank W.
    • Boyle, William M., Jr.
    • "Br" [-"By"]
    • Bradley, Omar N.
    • Brandon, W. L.
    • Brannaman, Roy H.
    • Brannan, Charles F.
    • Brant, Irving
    • Bray, William
    • Brennan, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
    • Brewster, Owen
    • Bridges, Styles
    • Briggs, Frank P.
    • Broadhurst, William
    • Brod, Stephen
    • Brooks, Overton
    • Brown, H. W.
    • Brown, Perry
    • Brown, Prentiss M.
    • Browne, Charles H., Sr.
    • Browning, Gordon
    • Bruce, James
    • Buchanan, Frank
    • Buckley, Tom
    • Buford, Anthony A.
    • Bullard, Jack
    • Bundschu, Henry A.
    • Bunker, Ellsworth
    • Burdge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.
    • Burdick, Usher L.
    • Burrus, Rufus
    • Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold H.
    • Busch, August A., Jr.
    • Bush, Vannevar
    • Bushman, Adrian L.
    Box 238
    • Butler, Hugh
    • Butler, Robert
    • Butterfield, Chauncey G.
    • Buxton, John E.
    • Byrnes, James F.
    • "C" ["Ca"-"Ch"]
    • Caffrey, James J.
    • Cain, Harry P.
    • Caldwell, Millard F.
    • Calhoun, Galloway
    • Campbell, Thomas D.
    • Canaday, Ward M.
    • Canfield, Gordon
    • Canfil, Fred A.
    • Cannon, Clarence
    • Capper, Arthur
    • Capps, Ernest L.
    • Capps, J. L.
    • Carpenter, Marion A.
    • Carson, George C.
    • Carter, Amon
    • Carter, John Franklin
    • Celler, Emanuel
    • Chandler, William P.
    • Chapman, Oscar
    • Chavez, Dennis
    • Chelf, Frank L.
    • Cherry, R. Gregg
    • Chiles, Mrs. H. C.
    • Chow, Albert
    • Christopher, George H.
    • Churchill, Sarah
    • Churchill, Winston S.
    • "Ci" [-"Co"]
    • Clapp, Gordon R.
    • Clark, Bennett Champ
    • Clark, John D.
    • Clark, Tom C.
    • Clarke, Gilmore D.
    • Clason, G. A.
    • Claudy, Carl H.
    • Clayton, William L.
    • Clements, Earle C.
    • Clements, H. M.
    • Clifford, Clark M.
    • Coers, Morris
    • Coffey, Martin V.
    • Colgan, F. R.
    • Colgan, Mrs. R. C.
    • Collet, John Caskie
    • Collins, A. Loyd
    Box 239
    • Collins, J. Lawton
    • Combs, George Hamilton
    • Compton, Karl T.
    • Condon, Edward V.
    • Conger, A. B.
    • Connally, Tom
    • Connelly, Matthew J.
    • Conran, James V.
    • Cook, H. E.
    • Cook, Oscar T.
    • Cooke, James Francis
    • Cooper, Armwell L.
    • Corrigan, Frank P.
    • Corry, Edgar C., Jr.
    • Costolow, Tom
    • Cowan, Raymond G.
    • Cowan, Ruth
    • Cowen, Myron Melvin
    • Cowles, Edward Spencer
    • Cox, E. E.
    • Cox, James M.
    • Coy, Wayne
    • "Cr" [-"Cu"]
    • Crane, John M.
    • Crim, Howell G.
    • Criss, Dr. and Mrs. C. C.
    • Crotty, William L.
    • Crum, Bartley C.
    • Curley, James M.
    • "D" [-"De"]
    • D'Alesandro, Thomas, Jr.
    • Dallman, V. Y.
    • Daniels, Jonathan
    • Daniels, Josephus
    • Darden, Colgate
    • Darst, Joseph M.
    • Davies, John C.
    • Davies, Joseph E.
    • Davis, Clifford
    • Davis, Mrs. Dwight
    • Davis, Frank
    • Dawson, Donald S.
    • Deal, H. B.
    • Decker, Clarence V.
    • Delaney, Edward K.
    • Delano, William A.
    • Delgado, Francisco A.
    • Denfeld, Louis E.
    • Dennison, Robert L.
    • Denny, Charles R.
    • Denslow, Raymond V.
    • Detling, Cleary M.
    • De Witt, James
    Box 240
    • "Di" [-"Do"]
    • Dickmann, Bernard F.
    • Dickson, Lee
    • Dill, Clarence C.
    • Dingell, John D.
    • Disney Wesley E.
    • Dockweiler, Henry I.
    • Dodds, Harold W.
    • Doherty, J. J.
    • Donaldson, Jesse M.
    • Donnelly, Eugene P.
    • Donnelly, Phil M.
    • Donnelly, Walter J.
    • Dougherty, D. J. Cardinal
    • Dougherty, Richard E.
    • Doughton, Robert L.
    • Douglas, Donald W.
    • Douglas, Helen Gahagan
    • Douglas, Lewis W.
    • Douglas, Paul H.
    • Douglas, Shannon C.
    • Douglas, William O.
    • Downey, G. C.
    • Downey, Sheridan
    • Doyle, Clyde
    • Doyle, Michael Francis
    • "Dr" [-"Dy"]
    • Driscoll, Alfred E.
    • Drury, Newton B.
    • Dubinsky, David
    • Dubord, F. Harold
    • Ducournou, J. A.
    • Dudley, Henry H.
    • Duffy, F. Ryan
    • Dulles, John Foster
    • Duncan, Richard M.
    • Du Pre, Grace Annette
    • "E" ["Ea"-"Ed"]
    • Earle, George H.
    • Early, Stephen T.
    • Easley, Harry
    • Eastland, James O.
    • Eaton, Cyrus S.
    • Eccles, Marriner S.
    • Edwards, India
    • Egan, Edward E.
    • "Ei" [-"Ep"]
    • Eisenhower, Dwight D.
    • Ellis, Clyde T.
    • Elsey, George
    • Elson, Edward L. R.
    • Ely, Gertrude
    • Ennis, Frank
    • "Er" [-"Ew"]
    • Ernst, Morris L.
    • Evans, E. A.
    • Evans, Tom L.
    • Evins, Joe L.
    • Ewing, Morris E.
    • Ewing, Oscar R.
    • Eyssell, G. S.
    • "F" ["Fa"-"Fe"]
    Box 241
    • Fahey, John H.
    • Fairbanks, Douglas, Jr.
    • Fallon, George H.
    • Farley, James A.
    • Felker, Edward P.
    • "Fi" [-"Fo"]
    • Finletter, Thomas K.
    • Finley, David E.
    • Finnegan, James P.
    • Fitzpatrick, Paul E.
    • Fleming, Philip B.
    • Fleming, Robert V.
    • Flynn, Edward J.
    • Foley, Raymond M.
    • Folger, John H.
    • Folsom, Frank M.
    • Folsom, James E.
    • Forrestal, James V.
    • Forsyth, Bruce D.
    • Foskett, James H.
    • Foster, William C.
    • "Fr" [-"Fu"]
    • Francisco, William
    • Frankfurter, Felix
    • Freeman, Douglas Southall
    • Fulton, Hugh
    • "G" ["Ga"-"Ge"]
    • Gallegos, Romulo
    • Gardner, O. Max
    • Garner, John Nance
    • Gaston, Herbert E.
    • Gates, G. Walter
    • Geist, Mr. and Mrs. Irving
    • Gentry, Alonzo H.
    • George, Walter F.
    • Gerard, James W.
    • "Gi" [-"Go"]
    • Gillette, Guy M.
    • Glenn, C. Leslie
    • Godwin, Earl
    • Goodwin, Clarence N.
    • Goss, A. S.
    • "Gr" [-"Gu"]
    • Grady, Henry
    • Graffis, Herb
    • Graham, Frank P.
    • Graham, J. W.
    • Graham, Wallace
    Box 242
    • Grant, U. S. III
    • Gray, Carl R., Jr.
    • Gray, Gordon
    • Green, W. Cooper
    • Green, William
    • Greensfelder, Albert P.
    • Grew, Joseph C.
    • Griffis, Stanton
    • Griffith, Paul H.
    • Griswold, Dwight
    • Grover, Wayne C.
    • Gruening, Ernest
    • Guffey, Joseph F.
    • Guilfoyle, J. D.
    • Gurney, Chan
    • "H" ["Ha"-"He"]
    • Hague, Frank
    • Hall, Ella
    • Hannegan, Robert E.
    • Hannegan, Mrs. Robert E.
    • Harl, Maple T.
    • Harper, Roy W.
    • Harriman, Mrs. J. Borden
    • Harriman, William Averell
    • Harris, Brown
    • Harris, Frederick B.
    • Hart, D. C. M.
    • Hassett, William D.
    • Hastie, William H.
    • Hatch, Carl A.
    • Hatten, Amos D.
    • Hawes, Harry B.
    • Hawkes, Albert W.
    • Hayden, Carl
    • Hayes, Patrick
    • Healey, Joseph F.
    • Helis, William G.
    • Helm, Neil W.
    • Henderson, Loy W.
    • Hendren, John H.
    • Hennock, Frieda B.
    • Hershey, Lewis B.
    • Herzog, Paul M.
    • "Hi" [-"Ho"]
    • Hickenlooper, Bourke B.
    Box 243
    • Hildreth, Melvin D.
    • Hill, Arthur M.
    • Hill, Lister
    • Hilldring, John
    • Hillman, William
    • Hinde, Edgar G.
    • Hise, Harley
    • Hodges, Frank
    • Hoey, Clyde R.
    • Hoffman, Paul G.
    • Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
    • Holland, Lou E.
    • Holloway, J. L., Jr.
    • Holman, Rufus C.
    • Holt, Hamilton
    • Holt, Wallace G., Sr.
    • Hoover, Calvin
    • Hoover, Herbert
    • Hoover, J. Edgar
    • Hornbuckle, Mrs. Roy D.
    • Housholder, Vic H.
    • "Hr" ["Hu"-"Hy"]
    • Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Cordell
    • Humphrey, Hubert H.
    • Hunt, Lester C.
    • Hurja, Mr. and Mrs. Emil
    • Hurley, Patrick J.
    • Huselton, Howard E.
    • "I" ["Id"-"Is"]
    • Ickes, Harold L.
    • "Ij" [-"Ip"]
    • "Ir" [-"Iv"]
    • "J" ["Ja"-"Je"]
    • Jackson, N. D.
    • Jackson, Robert H.
    • Jackson, Samuel D.
    • Jacobs, Andrew
    • Jacobson, Edward
    • Jarman, Pete
    • Jarrell, Sanford
    • Jessel, George
    • Jester, Beauford H.
    • "Ji" [-"Jo"]
    • Jobes, Mr. and Mrs. Harry C.
    • Joffee, Jerome M.
    • Johnson, C. Oscar
    • Johnson, Clifford R.
    • Johnson, Edwin C.
    • Johnson, Gus H.
    • Johnson, Jed
    • Johnson, J. M. ["Battleship"]
    • Johnson, Keen
    • Johnson, Leo H.
    • Johnson, Louis
    • Johnson, Lyndon B.
    Box 244
    • Johnson, Melvin M.
    • Johnson, Robert L.
    • Johnson, Robert W.
    • Johnston, Eric
    • Johnston, James P.
    • Johnston, Olin D.
    • Jones, Jesse H.
    • Jones, Marvin
    • Jones, Renick
    • Jordan, Gordon B.
    • Joseph, Bertha C.
    • "Jr" [-"Ju"]
    • "K" ["Ka"-"Ki"]
    • Kaltenborn, H. V.
    • Karsten, Frank M.
    • Kaufmann, A. P.
    • Kaufmann, Edmund I.
    • Keck, Charles
    • Kee, John
    • Keech, Richmond B.
    • Keenan, Joseph B.
    • Kefauver, Estes
    • Kelley, Augustine B.
    • Kellstadt, Charles H.
    • Kelly, D. G.
    • Kelly, Edward J.
    • Kemp, William E.
    • Kennedy, John A.
    • Kennedy, John F.
    • Kent, Fred I.
    • Kerr, Robert S.
    • Ketchum, Omar B.
    • Keyserling, Leon H.
    • "Ki" [-"Ko"]
    • Kilgore, Harley M.
    • Killion, George
    • Kimball, Dan A.
    • Kindler, Hans
    • King, E. A.
    • King, W. L. Mackenzie
    • Kinney, Michael
    • Kirwan, Michael J.
    • Kleeman, William
    • Klein, Arthur G.
    • Klutznick, Philip M.
    • Knous, Lee
    • Knowland, William F.
    • Knudson, James K.
    • "Kr" [-"Ku"]
    • Kroll, Jack
    • Krug, Julius A.
    • Kyle, Edwin J.
    • "L" ["La"-"Lh"]
    • LaFollette, Charles M.
    • LaGuardia, Fiorello
    • Lambert, Bruce E.
    • Lamkin, Dr. and Mrs. Uel W.
    • Land, Frank S.
    Box 245
    • Landon, Alfred M.
    • Landry, Robert
    • Lane, William Preston, Jr.
    • Lang, Chester
    • Lang, Fred N.
    • Lang, Harold F.
    • Langer, William
    • Langsdale, Clifford
    • Lanham, Henderson
    • Larson, Jess
    • Latham, Henry J.
    • Latshaw, John
    • Laughlin, P. E.
    • Lausche, Frank J.
    • Lawrence, David
    • Lawton, Frederick J.
    • Lea, Clarence F.
    • Leahy, William D.
    • Lee, Bert S.
    • Lee, Frank H.
    • Lehman, Herbert H.
    • Leigh, Verne C.
    • Leith, Milton B.
    • Leonard, David W.
    • Lesinski, John
    • Leslie, Grey
    • Levand, M. M.
    • Levy, Mort
    • Lewis, Clyde A.
    • Lewis, Martin
    • "Li" [-"Lo"]
    • Lilienthal, David E.
    • Lincoln, Murray D.
    • Lipic, Sylvester G.
    • Littlejohn, Robert M.
    • Lloyd, David D.
    • Locke, Edwin A.
    • Lockhart, Harold A.
    • Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr.
    • Lodge, John Davis
    • Long, Carl K.
    • Long, Paul M.
    • Lorenzen, A. F.
    • Lovett, Robert A.
    • Lowe, Frank E.
    • Lowenthal, Max
    • "Lr" [-"Ly"]
    • Lubin, Isador
    • Lucas, Scott W.
    • Luckman, Charles
    • Lynn, David
    • "Mc" ["McA"-McL"]
    • MacArthur, Douglas
    • MacBoyle, Mrs. Glen
    • MacKinnon, George
    • MacMorris, Daniel
    • McCabe, Thomas B.
    • McCahey, James B.
    • McCarran, Pat
    • McCasland, Carl W.
    • McClellan, John L.
    • McCloy, John J.
    • McCormack, John W.
    Box 246
    • McCraw, Doyle C.
    • McDaniel, Mrs. E. A.
    • McDonald, Harry A.
    • McDonald, James G.
    • McFarland, Ernest W.
    • McGee, Joseph J.
    • McGee, Thomas
    • McGill, George
    • McGranery, James P.
    • McGrath, J. Howard
    • McGregor, W. B.
    • McGuire, John A.
    • "McI" [-"McQ"]
    • McIntire, Ross T.
    • McKellar, Kenneth
    • McKim, Edward D.
    • McKinney, Frank E.
    • McLean, Robert
    • McMahon, Brien
    • McMath, Sid
    • McNicholas, John T.
    • "McR" ["McS"-"McW"]
    • "M" ["Ma"-"Me"]
    • Maas, Melvin J.
    • Magnuson, Warren G.
    • Mahon, George
    • Major, Joseph F.
    • Major, J. W.
    • Makin, Norman
    • Malmfeldt, Ted
    • Malone, Dudley Field
    • Malone, George W.
    • Manheimer, Benjamin P.
    • Mansfield, Mike
    • Marin, Luis Munoz
    • Markel, Lester
    • Marks, Theodore
    • Marks, Thomas R.
    • Marquis, George C.
    • Marsden, Mrs. Peter Joseph
    • Marshall, George C.
    • Martin, C. I.
    • Martin, Edward
    • Martin, Harry
    • Martin, Joseph W.
    • Martin, Thomas E.
    • Martin, W. W.
    • Marvin, Cloyd H.
    • Marx, Groucho
    • Mason, Lowell B.
    • Matthews, Francis P.
    • Maverick, Maury
    • Maw, Herbert B.
    • Maybank, Burnet R.
    • Maylon, Charles
    • Meade, Hugh A.
    • Meeman, Edward J.
    • Meisburger, Edward P.
    Box 247
    • Menefee, Walter B.
    • Merkle, E. J.
    • Messall, Victor R.
    • Messersmith, George S.
    • Mesta, Perle
    • Metzger, John W.
    • Meyer, Mrs. Eugene
    • "Mi" [-"Mo"]
    • Middlebush, Frederick A.
    • Millard, Alden S.
    • Miller, Carroll
    • Miller, Mrs. Emma Guffey
    • Miller, John E.
    • Miller, Jo Zach III
    • Miller, Watson B.
    • Mills, George I., Jr.
    • Milton, Donald
    • Minton, Sherman
    • Miravalle, Peter S.
    • Mitchell, Hugh B.
    • Monroe, Frank
    • Monroney, Mike
    • Moore, A. Harry
    • Moore, George H.
    • Moore, Vernon E.
    • More, Jake
    • Moreell, Benjamin
    • Morgan, David H.
    • Morgan, Harold N.
    • Morgenthau, Henry, Jr.
    • Morison, H. Graham
    • Morris, Edmund E.
    • Morris, M. E.
    • Morris, Newbold
    • Morrison, DeLesseps S.
    • Morrison, James H.
    • Morrow, Wright
    • Morse, Wayne
    • Morton, W. J.
    • Moseley, Roy F.
    • Moser, Guy L.
    • Mox, W. L.
    • "Mr" [-"My"]
    • Mullane, John P.
    • Murdock, John R.
    • Murphy, Charles S.
    • Murphy, Frank
    • Murphy, Fred P.
    • Murphy, Robert M.
    • Murphy, Thomas E.
    • Murray, James E.
    • Murray, Philip
    • Murray, Thomas E.
    • Meyers, Francis J.
    • Myers, Walter
    • "N" ["Na"-"Ne"]
    • Nachtman, Paul
    • Nacy, Richard R.
    • Naeter, Fred
    • Nangle, John J.
    • Neblett, William
    • Nee, Daniel M.
    • Neff, Pat M.
    • Negbaur, Walter H.
    • Neild, Edward F.
    • Nelson, William L., Jr.
    Box 248
    • "Ni" [-"No"]
    • Nichols, J. C.
    • Nickell, Joe
    • Niles, David K.
    • Nimitz, Chester W.
    • Nizer, Louis
    • Noland, James E.
    • Noland, Mary Ethel
    • Noland, Nellie
    • Norris, J. Frank
    • Norton, Mary T.
    • Nourse, Edwin G.
    • Noyes, David M.
    • "Nr" [-"Ny"]
    • "O" ["Oa"-"Og"]
    • O'Brien, Nelle
    • O'Connelly, Joseph J., Jr.
    • O'Connor, Basil
    • O'Connor, J. F. T.
    • O'Connor, William
    • O'Conor, Herbert R.
    • Odgers, Merle M.
    • O'Donnell, John A.
    • O'Dwyer, William
    • "Oi" [-"Op"]
    • O'Mahoney, Joseph C.
    • O'Neal, Edward A.
    • Oppenheimer, Robert
    • "Or" [-"Ow"]
    • Orr, Douglas W.
    • Osgood, Warren
    • O'Toole, Donald L.
    • Overton, Mr. and Mrs. John H.
    • Oxnam, G. Bromley
    • "P" ["Pa"-"Ph"]
    • Pace, Frank Jr.
    • Page, Arthur
    • Painter, W. R.
    • Palmer, C. R.
    • Palmer, Dwight R. G.
    • Palmer, R. L.
    • Palmer, Mrs. W. L. C.
    • Parker, Harry Field
    • Parker, John J.
    • Paterson, N. T.
    • Patman, Wright
    • Patterson, Richard C., Jr.
    • Patterson, Robert P.
    • Patterson, Mrs. Robert P.
    • Patton, James G.
    • Pauley, Edwin W.
    • Pawley, William D.
    • Payne, Howard
    • Payton, John
    • Pearson, J. A., Jr.
    • Pendergast, Francis G.
    • Pendergast, James M.
    • Pepper, Claude
    • Percintina, Roy
    • Perkins, Carl D.
    • Perkins, Frances
    • Perlman, Philip B.
    • Perry, Dexter
    • Peters, Mize
    • Peterson, Val
    • Pew, John B.
    Box 249
    • Pflaum, Irving
    • Philbin, Philip J.
    • Phillips, Warren B.
    • "Pi" [-"Po"]
    • Pick, Lewis A.
    • Pinchot, Mrs. Cornelia Bryce
    • Pinero, Jesus T.
    • Pittam, J. Thomas
    • Pittman, Vail
    • Plumley, Charles A.
    • Poage, W. R.
    • Poindexter, H. K.
    • Poling, Daniel
    • Potts, Edward W.
    • Powell, David H.
    • "Pr" [-"Py"]
    • Price, Melvin
    • Priest, Frank T.
    • Priest, J. Percy
    • Pruden, Edward H.
    • "Q" ["Qua"-"Qui"]
    • "Qui"
    • "Qur"
    • "R" ["Ra"-"Rh"]
    • Radcliffe, George L.
    • Ramspeck, Robert
    • Rankin, John E.
    • Ray, Means
    • Rayburn, Sam
    • Reader, Harold L.
    • Reagan, Franklin E.
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation
    • Reed, Clyde M.
    • Rees, Edward H.
    • Reeves, James M.
    • Regan, Ken
    • Reid, Mrs. Ogden
    • Reily, E. Mont
    • Reinsch, J. Leonard
    • Renfrow, Louis H.
    • Rennebahm, Oscar
    • Rentzel, D. W.
    • Reuther, Walter P.
    • Reynolds, W. E.
    • "Ri" [-"Ro"]
    • Ribble, George
    • Rice, Carl V.
    • Richards, Alfred N.
    • Richardson, Seth W.
    • Ricketts, Floyd T.
    • Ridge, Albert A.
    • Riley, Franklin Studebaker, Jr.
    • Riley, Morris G.
    • Ritchie, William
    • Ritter, Willis W.
    • Roberts, E. R.
    • Roberts, Owen J.
    • Roberts, Roy A.
    • Roberts, Samuel E.
    • Robertson, A. Willis
    • Robertson, E. V.
    • Robertson, James M.
    • Robinson, Elmer E.
    • Robinson, H. G.
    • Robinson, Mrs. Joseph T.
    • Rockefeller, Nelson A.
    • Rogers, Edith Nourse
    • Romine, Mr. and Mrs. Robert T.
    • Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D.
    Box 250
    • Roosevelt, James
    • Rorex, Samuel
    • Rosenberg, Anna M.
    • Rosenblum, Hyman
    • Rosenman, Samuel I.
    • Rosenstiel, Lewis S.
    • Rosenwald, Lessing J.
    • Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G.
    • Ross, M. Collier
    • Ross, Mrs. Nellie Tayloe
    • Royall, Kenneth C.
    • "Rr" ["Ru"-"Ry"]
    • Rucker, Frank W.
    • Rusk, Howard A.
    • Russell, Harold
    • Russell, Richard B.
    • Ryan, Oswald
    • Ryder, Oscar B.
    • Ryle, Walter
    • "S" ["Sa"-"Sh"]
    • Sabath, A. J.
    • Sacusa, Guillermo Sevilla
    • Sachs, Alex F.
    • Sadowski, George G.
    • Salisbury, Frank O.
    • Salisbury, Harry J., Jr.
    • Saltonstall, Leverett
    • Sarnoff, David
    • Saunders, George M.
    • Sawyer, Charles
    • Sayre, Francis B.
    • Schauffler, Edward F.
    • Schiffeler, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Conrod
    • Schmidt, Ernest L.
    • Schmidt, Frederick J.
    • Schoenberg, Albert
    • Schoeneman, George J.
    • Schoeppel, Andrew F.
    • Schopper, A. F.
    • Schroeder, J. J.
    • Schroeder, W. W.
    • Schwellenbach, [Mr. and Mrs.] Lewis B.
    • Schwimmer, Harry I.
    • Scott, Leslie M.
    • Scott, W. Kerr
    • Scruton, D. Kelly
    • Seay, Harry L.
    • Seidlitz, C. N.
    • Sermon, Roger T.
    • Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W.
    • Sheehy, Maurice S.
    • Sheppard, Harry R.
    • Sheppard, James C.
    • Sherwood, Robert E.
    • Shields, Leighton
    • Shields, Paul V.
    • Shinn, Charles L.
    • Shishkin, Boris
    • Short, Dewey
    • Short, [Mr. and Mrs.] Joseph H.
    • Shouse, [Mr. and Mrs.] Jouett
    • Shreve, Earl O.
    • "Si" [-"Sp"]
    • Siddons, F. P. H.
    Box 251
    • Siegmund, Walter F.
    • Sigler, Kim
    • Simmons, Robert G.
    • Simmons, Roger L.
    • Simpson, H. G.
    • Sinclair, Upton
    • Skelly, James W.
    • Skerry, Leslie M.
    • Slagle, Walter G.
    • Slonim, M. J.
    • Small, J. D.
    • Smathers, George A.
    • Smathers, William H.
    • Smith, A. Clarendon
    • Smith, A. Douglas, Jr.
    • Smith, Bryce B.
    • Smith, Forrest
    • Smith, George A.
    • Smith, H. Alexander
    • Smith, Harold D.
    • Smith, Louise Grant
    • Smith, Margaret Chase
    • Smith, Merriman
    • Smith, Robert L.
    • Smith, Walter Bedell
    • Smoot, I. A.
    • Snyder, John W.
    • Solins, Samuel
    • Sonnett, John F.
    • Souers, Sidney W.
    • Southern, William, Jr.
    • Sowers, Claude E.
    • Spaatz, Carl
    • Spann, William M.
    • Sparkman, John
    • Spellman, Francis C.
    • Spence, Brent
    • Sproul, Robert G.
    • "Sr" [-"Sz"]
    • Stainback, Ingram M.
    • Starnes, Joe
    • Starr, Louis E.
    • Stassen, Harold E.
    • Statler, Hinkle
    • Steed, Tom
    • Steelman, John R.
    • Sterling, George E.
    • Stettinius, Edward R., Jr.
    • Stevenson, Adlai E.
    • Stewart, Mrs. George Earle
    • Stewart, Russell
    • Stimson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry L.
    • St. Laurent, Louis
    • Stone, William B.
    • Stovall, L. Greene
    • Straight, Michael
    • Straus, Michael W.
    • Straus, Oscar
    • Strauss, Lewis L.
    • Strode, Gilbert
    • Sturdy, Orvis A.
    • Sturgis, Robert S.
    • Suddath, J. W.
    Box 252
    • Sullivan, Gael
    • Sullivan, John B.
    • Sullivan, John L.
    • Summe, A. J.
    • Summer, Mrs. Grace
    • Sutton, Pat
    • Swanson, C. A.
    • Switzer, Carroll O.
    • Swofford, Mrs. Jewell W.
    • Symington, W. Stuart
    • "T" ["Ta"-"Th"]
    • Taber, John
    • Taft, Robert A.
    • Tamm, Edward A.
    • Taylor, Glen H.
    • Taylor, James A.
    • Taylor, J. E.
    • Taylor, Maxwell D.
    • Taylor, Myron C.
    • Taylor, Paul S.
    • Taylor, Ralph W.
    • Taylor, William H.
    • Teague, Olin E.
    • Teasley, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
    • Tehan, Robert E.
    • Thacher, John H.
    • Thom, William R.
    • Thomas, Elbert D.
    • Thomas, Elmer
    • Thomas, Norman
    • Thomason, Ewing
    • Thomasson, J. E.
    • Thompson, Ernest O.
    • Thompson, Frank A.
    • Thompson, Fred A.
    • Thornton, Raymond E.
    • Thurman, Samuel
    • Thurmond, J. Strom
    • Thurston, Walter
    • "Ti" [-"To"]
    • Tiernan, L. Curtis
    • Tingle, Joseph
    • Tipton, Ernest M.
    • Tobey, Charles W.
    • Tobias, Channing H.
    • Tobin, Maurice J.
    • "Tr" [-"Ty"]
    • Travis, Leslie L.
    • Trimble, Mrs. Charles H.
    • Trimble, James W.
    • Truman, Corbie R.
    • Truman, Elmer
    • Truman, Fred
    • Truman, Harry A.
    • Truman, [Mr. and Mrs.] J. C.
    • Truman, J. Vivian
    • Truman, Louis W.
    • Truman, [Mr. and Mrs.] Ralph E.
    • Tuck, William M.
    • Tucker, Charles
    • Tugwell, Rexford G.
    • Tully, Grace G.
    • Tunnell, James M.
    • Turner, Irby
    • Turner, J. E.
    • Turner, Roy J.
    • Tydings, Millard E.
    Box 253
    • "U" ["Ua"-"Un"]
    • "Ui" [-"Un"]
    • "Ur" [folder empty]
    • "V" ["Va"-"Ve"]
    • Vaccaro, Tony
    • Vaughan, Harry H.
    • Veatch, N. T.
    • "Vi" [-"Vo"]
    • Vinson, Fred M.
    • "Vr"
    • "W" ["Wa"-"Wh"]
    • Wagner, Robert F.
    • Walker, Frank C.
    • Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Frank G.
    • Wallace, Fred
    • Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. George P.
    • Wallace, Henry A.
    • Wallace, Lew
    • Wallgren, Mon C.
    • Walsh, David I.
    • Walsh, Edmund A.
    • Walsh, Jerome
    • Ward, Charles A.
    • Waring, Frank A.
    • Warner, H. M.
    • Warren, Earl
    • Warren, Fletcher
    • Warren, Fuller
    • Warren, Henri L.
    • Warren, Henry
    • Warren, Lindsay
    • Washington, George Thomas
    • Wasielewski, Thaddeus F.
    • Wassell, Samuel M.
    • Watkins, Arthur V.
    • Watson, Mrs. Anna
    • Watson, Mrs. Edwin M.
    • Watson, Thomas J.
    • Wear, Sam
    • Weatherford, Robert P.
    • Webb, James E.
    • Webb, Roy H.
    • Weizmann, Chaim
    • Welch, Phil J.
    • Welch, Richard J.
    • Wells, Mrs. Elsie K.
    • Wells, W. Gates
    • Welsh, George W.
    • Wenige, Hermann A.
    • Weston, A. E.
    • West Point [United States Military Academy]
    • Whatley, Barney L.
    • Wheatley, Charles
    • Wheeler, Burton K.
    • Wheeler, John N.
    • Wherry, Kenneth S.
    • Whitaker, Fred D.
    • White, Cecil F.
    • White, Compton I.
    • White, Edwin C.
    • White, L. M.
    Box 254
    • White, R. B.
    • White, Robert M., II
    • White, Wallace H., Jr.
    • White, Walter
    • Whitehair, Francis P.
    • Whitney, A. F.
    • Whitney, Cornelius V.
    • Whitney, H. Leroy
    • Whittington, William M.
    • "Wi" [-"Wo"]
    • Wicker, John J., Jr.
    • Wickersham, Victor
    • Wiggins, Archibald L. M.
    • Wiley, Alexander
    • Williams, Aubrey
    • Williams, G. Mennen
    • Williams, Hermann Warner, Jr.
    • Williams, John J.
    • Williams, Wayne C.
    • Williamson, Hugh P.
    • Willis, Raymond E.
    • Wills, Ray
    • Wilson, A. Reed
    • Wilson, Charles E.
    • Wilson, Herbert H.
    • Wilson, Walter L.
    • Winant, Mr. and Mrs. John G.
    • Wise, Stephen S.
    • Wolf, Arthur W.
    • Wolff, B.
    • Woll, Matthew
    • Wolverton, Charles A.
    • Wood, Dean
    • Woodhouse, Chase G.
    • Woodring, Harry H.
    • Woodson, Mrs. J. T.
    • Woodward, Ellen S.
    • Woodward, Stanley
    • Wooton, Paul
    • "Wr" [-"Wu"]
    • Wright, James L.
    • Wyatt, Wilson W.
    • "X" [folder empty]
    • "Y"
    • "Z"
    • Zimmerman, Raymond R.

    • Addresses and Statements of Harry S. Truman, 1935-1945 - Publication
    • Autobiographical Sketch
    • Bundschu, Henry A. - Biography of Harry S. Truman
    • Castillo, Tito - "Mr. Harry S. Truman, the Man Who Worked the 'Political Miracle'"
    • Correspondence Relating to Harry S. Truman - Biographical
    Box 255
    • Crane, John M. - Pictorial Biography of Harry S. Truman
    • Cross Reference Sheet [Photographs of President Truman]
    • Daniels, Jonathan - Correspondence Relating to The Man From Independence
    • Genealogy - Truman Family
    • Information on Truman Biography
    • Magazine Articles
    • Masonic Biography of Harry S. Truman
    • National Old Trails Road Association
    • Newspaper Clippings
    • Newspaper - Independence Examiner, April 30, 1951
    • Planetary Influences - Astrological Report on Harry S. Truman
    • Presidential Citation - Company E, 17th Armored Engineers Battalion - "Hell on Wheels", June 18, 1945
    • Stationery - Harry S. Truman: Harry S. Truman, Independence, Missouri
    • Stationery - Harry S. Truman: U. S. Senator
    • Stationery - Harry S. Truman: Vice President
    • United States Army: Extension Courses, 1934
    • United States Army: Notes from U. S. Army Field Message, 1918
    • United States Senate: Announcement for Reelection, February 4, 1940
    • United States Senate: Appointments, April 14, 1937
    • United States Senate: Postal Stamps and Franks
    • United States Senate: Telegrams - Copies

    • Centennial Medallion Honoring President Truman's Mother - 1952
    • Correspondence re Final Illness, May-June, 1947
    • Correspondence re Death, 1947-1953
    • Diplomatic and Foreign Messages re [Martha Truman's Death], 1947
    • Memorials - 1947-1949
    • Radio Broadcasts re [Martha Truman's Death], July 1947
    Box 256
    • "Unknown" - Unacknowledged Letters and Cards
    • White House Cards - Mary Jane Truman List
    • White House Cards - Official and Foreign

    • Appropriations
    • China
    • Commission on Renovation of the Executive Mansion - Correspondence Re
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
        [3 of 3]
    • Commission on Renovation of the Executive Mansion - "Thank you" Letters for Copies of Report Sent
    • Cross Reference Sheet [Photographs]
    • Disposal of Surplus Furniture
    • Harry S. Truman Library - Memorandum re
    • Historical Information
    • Newspaper Clippings
    • Personnel Matters
    Box 257
    • "A Preliminary Handbook of Historical Information Concerning the White House and Its Furnishings"
    • "Safety Survey of the White House" - Department of the Navy; June, 1946
    • Trees, Relocation of
    • U. S. S. Williamsburg - Receipts Cancelled
    • "The White House" [Extract from Washington City and Capital]

    • "A"
    • Airplane Data
    • Alfalfa Club
    • Allen, George E.
    • Allis, Barney L.
    • Articles
    • Austin, Warren R.
    • Autographs
    • Automobiles
    • Ayers, Eben A.
    • "B"
        [1 of 2]
    Box 258
        [2 of 2]
    • Bank Data
    • Baptist Church - Grandview, Missouri
    • Barker, John T.
    • Barkley, Mr. and Mrs. Alben W.
    • Bennett, Marion
    • Biffle, Leslie M.
    • Book and Scrapbook Material
    • Bostian, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth V.
    • Boyle, William M., Jr.
    • Brandon, W. L.
    • Bray, William J.
    • Brod, Stephen
    • Bundschu, Henry
    • Burrus, Rufus
    • Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold H.
    • Byrnes, James F.
    • "C"
    Box 259
    • Canfil, Fred
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Carter, Amon
    • Cartoons
    • Chavez, Dennis
    • Chiles, Mrs. Henry Clay
    • Christmas Holiday
    • Clark, Bennett C.
    • Clark, Tom C.
    • Clifford, Clark M.
    • Clippings, Press
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    Box 260
    • Club Data
    • Collett, J. Caskie
    • Connelly, Matthew J.
    • Contributions - Harry S. Truman
    • Curley, James M.
    • "D"
    • D Battery: 1949 Presidential Inaugural
    • D Battery: 379th Field Artillery
    • D Battery: 35th Division
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Daniels, Jonathan
    Box 261
    • Davies, Joseph E.
    • Davis, Blevins
    • Degrees: Baylor University
    • Degrees: Elon College
    • Degrees: Fordham University
    • Degrees: George Washington University
    • Degrees: List of Degrees Awarded
    • Degrees: Washington College
    • Degrees: Westminster College
    • Degrees: William Jewell College
    • Degrees: William and Mary College
    • Desk Files
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
        [3 of 3]
    • Douglas, [Mrs.] Lewis W.
    • Douglas, Paul H.
    • Duncan, Richard M.
    • Dupre, Grace Annette
    • "E"
    • Easley, Harry
    • Elizabeth II, Queen
    Box 262
    • Evans, Tom L.
    • Expense Account - Personal
    • Expense Postage - White House
    • "F"
    • Faris, Edgar "Bud"
    • Forrestal, James V.
    • Foskett, James H.
    • "G"
    • Garner, John Nance
    • Gavel Data
    • Geist, Irving
    Box 263
    • Gifts: General
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Gifts: Food Items
    • Gifts: Foreign
    • Gifts: Music
    • Gifts: Periodic Reports of Parcels Received
    • Gifts: President's Trip, May 7-16, 1950
    • Graham, James W.
    • Graham, Wallace H.
    • Grandview Church [First Baptist]
    • "H"
    • Hannegan, Robert E.
    • Harper, Roy W.
    • Harris, Brown
    Box 264
    • Hassett, William D.
    • Hatch, Carl A.
    • Hawes, Harry B.
    • Helm, Neal
    • Hillman, William
    • Hinde, Edgar G.
    • Historical Data
    • Hitler Papers
    • Hodges, Frank
    • Holland, Lou
    • Housholder, Bill
    • Housholder, Vic H.
    • Hurja, Emil
    • Huselton, Howard E.
    • "I"
    • Inaugural Data
    • Inauguration Data - January 20, 1949
    Box 265
    • Insurance - Personal
    • "J"
    • Jackson, Andrew
    • Jackson County, Missouri
    • Jackson Day Dinner
    • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner - 1951
    • Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner - 1952
    • Jefferson, Thomas
    • Jobes, [Mr. and Mrs.] Harry C.
    • Johnson, Jed
    • Juliana, Queen of the Netherlands
    • "K"
    • Kirby, William M.
    • Kirschner, Walter
    Box 266
    • "L"
    • Lambert, Bruce
    • Leahy, William D.
    • Lee, Bert S.
    • Letters of Credence
    • Letters: Election Victory, 1948
    • Letters: President's Souvenirs
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Letters: Special Envelopes
    • Lincoln, Abraham
    • Lists
    • Lowe, Frank E.
    Box 267
    • "M"
    • "Mc"
    • MacDonald, Jeanette [2013 accretion]
    • McGranery, James
    • McGrath, J. Howard
    • McKim, Edward D.
    • McKinney, Frank
    • McLean, Mrs. Evalyn Walsh
    • Maps
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Marks, Ted
    • Marshall, [Mr. and Mrs.] George C.
    • Mason, Lowell B.
    • Masonic: Biographical Data
    Box 268
    • Masonic: Bradford, James M.
    • Masonic: Claudy, Carl H.
    • Masonic: Denslow, Ray V.
    • Masonic: Foreign Data
    • Masonic: Johnson, Melvin M.
    • Masonic: King, Edward A.
    • Masonic: Land, Frank S.
    • Masonic: Miscellaneous
        [1 of 3: Fraternal Correspondence]
        [2 of 3: Pamphlets, Fraternal Correspondence]
        [3 of 3: Pamphlets, Reports]
    Box 269
    • Masonic: Missouri Lodge of Research Library
    • Masonic: Reader, Harold L.
    • Matthews, Francis P.
    • Maverick, Maury
    • Medallions
    • Meisburger, Eddie
    • Memorial: Presidential
    • Memorial: Simon Bolivar
    • Messall, Victor R.
    • Mesta, Perle S.
    • Military Data
    • Miller, Jo Zach, III
    • Milligan, Maurice M.
    • Minton, Sherman
    • Missouri, U. S. S.
    Box 270
    • Morgan, David H.
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Mox, W. L.
    • Murphy, Fred P.
    • Music
    • "N"
    • Nacy, Richard
    • Navy Day Celebration
    • Noland, Ethel and Nellie
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Noyes, David M.
    • "O"
    • Operas
    Box 271
    • "P"
    • Patterson, [Mr. and Mrs.] Robert P.
    • Pauley, Edwin W.
    • Pendergast, James
    • Pendergast and Kohn
    • Peter the Great, Will of
    • Pictures
    • Planes, Presidential
    • Political - Vice-Presidential Nomination, 1944
    • Pony Express
    • Pope Pius XII
    • Pruden, Edward H.
    • "Q"
    • Quotations - Jokes
    • "R"
    Box 272
    • Reception - Army, Navy, Air Force, May 14, 1952
    • Recommendations
    • Reconstruction Finance Corporation
    • Recordings
    • Reinsch, J. Leonard
    • Roberts, Lee C.
    • Roberts, Roy A.
    • Roosevelt, Eleanor: General
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
        [3 of 3]
    • Roosevelt, Eleanor: United Nations Organization
    • Roosevelt, Franklin D.: Death of
    • Roosevelt, Franklin D.: Memorial Foundation
    • Roosevelt, Franklin D.: Papers of
    Box 273
    • Roosevelt, James
    • Rosenman, Samuel I.
    • Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G.
    • "S"
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Safe
    • Saint
    • Schoenman, George J.
    • School of Science
    • Schwellenbach, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B.
    • Scott, Dred, Case
    • Secret Service, United States
    • Sermon - Past Raymond Black
    • Sermon, Roger T.
    Box 274
    • Shientag, Florence Perlow
    • Signatures - President Truman
    • Smith, Bryce B.
    • Southern, William, Jr.
    • Souvenir Data
    • Spellman, Francis Cardinal
    • Statements, Financial - Bills
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Stevenson, Adlai E.: General
    • Stevenson, Adlai E.: Speech File
    • Stewart, Mrs. George Earle
    • Stewart, Russell
    • Stigall, John
    Box 275
    • Stiles, Lela
    • Stimson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry L.
    • Strickler, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J.
    • Swords, Saudi Arabian
    • Swofford, Mrs. Jewell W.
    • Symington, W. Stuart
    • "T"
    • Television
    • Tiernan, L. Curtis
    • Traveling Expenses
    • Trip Data
    • Truman, Bess
    • Truman, Harry S.
    • Truman, Harry S.: Financial Ledger [2009 accretion]
        [1 of 2]
    Box 276
        [2 of 2]
    • Truman, Margaret: General
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Truman, Margaret: Clippings
    • Truman, Margaret: Comments re Concerts
    • Truman, Margaret: Concerts
    • Truman, Margaret: Debut Concert
    • Truman, Margaret: European Trip, 1951
    Box 277
    • Truman, Margaret: European Trip, 1952
    • Truman, Margaret: Expense Data
    • Truman, Margaret: Itinerary
    • Truman, Martha E. - Address List of Condolence Card Senders
    • "V"
    • Vaccaro, Tony
    • Vardaman, James K.
    • Vaughan, [Mr. and Mrs.] Harry H.
    • Vinson, Fred M.
    • Voting
    Box 278
    • "W"
    • Wallgren, Mon C.
    • Wear, Sam
    • Welch, Phil J.
    • Weston, A. E.
    • Wheeler, Burton K.
    • White House Photographers Association
    • Wilson, Arthur W.
    • Wilson, Charles E.
    • Woll, Matthew
    • Woodring, Harry N.
    • Woodward, Stanley
    • "X-Y-Z"

    Box 279
    • Air Force
    • Army [A-K]
    • Army [L-Z]
    • Marine Corps
    • Navy

    Box 280
    • Colgan, F. R.
    • Colgan, Murray T.
    • Colgan, Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
    • Gates, G. Walter
    • Hornbuckle, Mrs. Roy D.
    • Relatives - General
    • Romine, Mrs. Robert T.
    • Shipp Family Genealogy
    Box 281
    • Summer, Grace
    • Truman, Elmer
    • Truman, Lamoyn
    • Truman, Louis W.
    • Truman, Mary Jane
        [1 of 2]
        [2 of 2]
    • Truman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
    Box 282
    • Truman, J. Vivian
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3]
        [3 of 3]
    • Truman, J. Vivian and Family
    • Walker, Frank C.
    • Wallace, [Mr. and Mrs.] Frank G.
    • Wallace, Fred
    • Wallace, [Mr. and Mrs.] George P.
    • Wallace, Madge Gates
    • Wells, W. Gates

    Box 283

    Box 284 Box 285

    Box 286
    • May 8-17
    • June 1-15
    • June 18-29
    • July 2-12
    • July 13-19
    • July 20-31
    • August
    • September
    • October
    Box 287
    • November
    • December 1-11
    • December 12-31

    • January 1-18
    • January 19-31
    • February 1-15
    • February 16-28
    • March
    Box 288
    • April
    • May
    • June
    • July 5-15
    • July 16-31
    • August
    • September 3-15
    Box 289
    • September 16-30
    • October 1-15
    • October 16-31
    • November 1-15
    • November 16-30
    • December 1-10
    • December 11-20
    • December 21-31

    Box 290
    • January 1-7
    • January 8-27
    • February 1-10
    • February 11-19
    • March-April

    • May

    Box 291
    • FBI Report - "In the Case of Ernest Henry Gruening, Governor, Territory of Alaska, Department of the Interior"
    • Letter, Robert C. Wysong, American Consul, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, March 1, 1951
    • Memo, J. Edgar Hoover, FBI, to James E. Hatcher, Chief, Investigation Division, U. S. Civil Service Commission re Ernest Henry Gruening, December 11, 1950-April 2, 1951
    • Memo, John R. Steelman to Donald S. Dawson re FBI Report on Ernest Henry Gruening, April 12, 1951

    • Ahsens, Robert J., St. Louis, Missouri, October 4, 1950
    • Carlson, George W. H., San Antonio, Texas, October 2, 1950
    • Condon, Joseph E., Boston, Massachusetts, October 4-November 1, 1950
    • Davis, Vern F., Portland, Oregon, October 4, 1950
    • Denton, George H., Houston, Texas, October 3, 1950
    • Desmond, John F., Anchorage, Alaska, October 31, 1950
    • Ducibella, Salvatore F., New Haven, Connecticut, October 10, 1950
    • Flint, Edwin W., Chicago, Illinois, September 25-October 19, 1950
    • Gucker, Alexander L., Albany, New York, October 14, 1950
    • Hamaker, John F., Jr., Anchorage, Alaska, November 15, 1950
    • Hart, Arthur V., New York, New York, October 20, 1950 and April 4, 1951
    • Martinez, Gabriel R., Los Angeles, California, November 4, 1950
    • McEldowney, Samuel G., Los Angeles, California, September 26, 1950
    • McKee, H. Holton, San Antonio, Texas, October 10, 1950
    • Noonan, Roy T., Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 6, 1950
    • Rice, Patrick M., Washington, D. C., November 14, 1950 and April 12, 1951
        [1 of 3]
        [2 of 3--Book, Mexico and Its Heritage, Ernest H. Gruening]
    Box 292
        [3 of 3]
    • Richardson, Ray W., Seattle, Washington, November 2, 1950
    • Roberts, Willard L., San Antonio, Texas, November 3, 1950 and January 19, 1951
    • Trainor, Joseph C., Baltimore, Maryland, September 26, 1950
    • Wolcott, Ross D., Houston, Texas, November 22, 1950
    • Young, Polk L., Jr., Louisville, Kentucky, October 20, 1950

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