Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum


Clark M. Clifford

Oral History Interviews with
Clark M. Clifford

Assistant to White House Naval Aide, 1945-46; Special Counsel to the President, 1946-50.

Interview Transcripts
by Jerry N. Hess
March 23, 1971 | April 13, 1971 | April 19, 1971 | May 10, 1971
July 26, 1971 | March 16, 1972 | February 14, 1973

by James F. C. Hyde, Jr. and Stephen J. Wayne
October 4, 1973

[Notices and Restrictions | Appendix | List of Subjects Discussed]



NOTICE
These are transcripts of tape-recorded interviews conducted for the Harry S. Truman Library. A draft of each transcript was edited by the interviewee but only minor emendations were made; therefore, the reader should remember that these are essentially transcripts of the spoken, rather than the written word.

As an electronic publication of the Truman Library, users should note that features of the original, hardcopy versions of the oral history interviews, such as pagination and indexing, could not be replicated for the online version of the Clark M. Clifford transcripts.

Findings aids to both the Clark M. Clifford Papers and the Clark M. Clifford Files are also available online.

RESTRICTIONS
These oral history transcripts may be read, quoted from, cited, and reproduced for purposes of research. They may not be published in full except by permission of the Harry S. Truman Library.


Appendix

Appendix: Unsigned memorandum, dated June 29, 1948, entitled "Should the President call Congress back?" (Truman Library Personal Papers Collection, Papers of Samuel I. Rosenman, 1944-1966: Box 9; Subject File; 1948; Campaign 1948; HST Acceptance Speech).

[Notices and Restrictions | Appendix | List of Subjects Discussed]


List of Subjects Discussed

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

[Notices and Restrictions | Appendix | List of Subjects Discussed]