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U.S. AIR FORCE, 419TH ENGINEER AVIATION BRIGADE: HISTORY 22 NOVEMBER, 1952 THRU 25 SEPTEMBER, 1955. -1 foot.

U.S. ARMY COMBINED ARMS RESEARCH LIBRARY: REFERENCE MATERIAL, 1942-76. A microfilm copy of selected reference material in the Combined Arms Research Library was sent to the Eisenhower Presidential Library by the Central Plains Branch of the National Archives April 2000.

U.S. ARMY: UNIT RECORDS, 1940-50. 1,015 feet.

Index
Volume I
Volume II
Volume III
Volume IV
Volume V
Volume VI
Volume VII
Volume VIII

U.S. ARMY, 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION: AFTER ACTION REPORTS, principally 1943-46. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 62 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. ARMY, 1ST ARMORED DIVISION: AFTER ACTION REPORTS, 1942-47. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 41 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. ARMY, 1ST ARMY HEADQUARTERS: RECORDS, 1943-45. 2 feet.

U.S. ARMY, 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION: AFTER ACTION REPORTS, 1940-45. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 173 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. ARMY 4TH INFANTRY DIVISION: AFTER ACTION REPORTS, 1940-45. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 121 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. ARMY: UNIT RECORDS, Fifth Engineer Special Brigade, 1943-1945

U.S. ARMY: UNIT RECORDS, Sixth Engineer Special Brigade, 1944-1945

U.S. ARMY: UNIT RECORDS, Tenth Tank Battalion, 1943-1945

U.S. ARMY NANKING (CHINA) HEADQUARTERS COMMAND, OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF, ARMY DIVISION AND ARMY ADVISORY GROUP, NANKING, CHINA, OFFICE OF THE HISTORIAN: RECORDS, 1946-47. -1 foot.

U.S. ARMY, OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF STAFF: INDEX TO THE ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF FILES, 1921-43. 79 feet.

U.S. ARMY, OFFICE OF THE SURGEON GENERAL: MEDICAL RECORDS OF DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, 1911-69. 4 feet.

U.S. ARMY, Peiping (China), Executive Headquarters: RECORDS, 1946-47. 2 feet.

U.S. ARMY PHOTOGRAPHIC AGENCY: COLLECTION OF PAPERS AND PHOTOGRAPHS, 1916-70. -1 foot.

U.S. ARMY, TRANSPORT CORPS, Transcontinental Convoy: RECORDS, 1919. -1 foot.

U.S. ARMY, U.S. Forces, European Theater, General Board: REPORTS, 1942-46. 10 feet.

U.S. ARMY, U.S. Forces, European Theater, Historical Division: The Administrative and Logistical History of the European Theater of Operations, The History of Pre-shipment, and The History of Military Government Training, 1939-46. Depository - Office of the Chief Historian, Department of the Army. 4 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. ARMY, U.S. Forces, European Theater, Historical Division:  RECORDS, 1941-46. Depository - Modern Military Records Division, National Archives. 158 reels. (microfilm)

U.S. BUREAU OF THE BUDGET, OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR: RECORDS (a component of Records of the Office of Management and Budget: Record Group 51), 1960-61. 1 foot.

U.S. BUREAU OF THE BUDGET: RECORDS RE SURVEY OF BUILDING SPACE FOR THE PRESIDENCY, 1955. -1 foot.

U.S. COMMISSION ON INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS: RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees, Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1953-55. 45 feet.

U.S. COUNCIL ON FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY: RECORDS, 1955-61. 11 feet.

U.S. COUNCIL ON FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY, OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN (Joseph M. Dodge and Clarence B. Randall): RECORDS, 1954-61. 27 feet.

Scope & Content
CFEP Papers Series
Dodge Series, Correspondence Subseries
Dodge Series, Subject Subseries
Intelligence Reports Series
Publications Series
Randall Series, Agency Subseries
Randall Series, Correspondence Subseries
Randall Series, Subject Subseries
Randall Series, Trips Subseries
Special Studies Series
Staff Series

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE: PUBLIC STATEMENTS OF SECRETARIES OF DEFENSE CHARLES E. WILSON, NEIL MCELROY, AND THOMAS S. GATES, JR.; OF DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE DONALD A. QUARLES; AND OF CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF, NATHAN F. TWINING, 1953-61. 5 feet.

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE: CONDOLENCE BOOKS AND MESSAGES (a component of Records of the Department of State: Record Group 59), 1969. 17 feet.

U.S. DISTRICT COURT, DISTRICT OF KANSAS: RECORDS OF BROWN VS. BOARD OF EDUCATION, 1951-86. (electrostatic copies)

U.S. INFORMATION SERVICE: MATERIAL RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER'S ELEVEN-NATION GOOD WILL TOUR, December 3-22, 1959. 1 foot.

U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTIAL RECORDS: INTELLIGENCE FILES, 1953-61. 1 foot.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION (Rockefeller Committee): RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees. Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1953-61. 10 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON A NATIONAL HIGHWAY SYSTEM (Clay Committee): RECORDS, 1954-55. 4 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S AIRPLANE, "COLUMBINE": GUEST REGISTER, 1953-61. -1 foot. (partly on microfilm)

U.S. PRESIDENT'S CITIZEN ADVISORS ON THE MUTUAL SECURITY PROGRAM (Fairless Committee): RECORDS, 1956-57. 7 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON FOREIGN ECONOMIC POLICY(Randall Commission): RECORDS, 1950-54. 31 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON NATIONAL GOALS: RECORDS, 1959-61. 22 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON VETERAN'S PENSIONS (Bradley Commission): RECORDS, 1954-58. 75 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE FOR HUNGARIAN REFUGEE RELIEF: RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees, Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1956-57 and 1959. 19 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION ACTIVITIES ABROAD (Sprague Committee): RECORDS, 1960-61. 11 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION ACTIVITIES (Jackson Committee): RECORDS, 1950-53. 6 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON MIGRATORY LABOR: RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees, Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1938-66. 41 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE ON SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS: RECORDS, 1956-58. 16 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE U.S. MILITARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (Draper Committee): RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees, Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1958-59. 11 feet.

U.S. PRESIDENT'S SCIENCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE: RECORDS (a component of Records of Presidential Committees, Commissions and Boards: Record Group 220), 1957-61. 3 feet.

U.S. SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM: ISSUANCES, 1948-72. 2 feet.

U.S. SENATE LIBRARY: COLLECTION OF CLIPPINGS RE DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER AND SOME OF HIS CONTEMPORARIES, 1936-54. -1 foot.

U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, SECRET SERVICE, PRESIDENTIAL PROTECTION UNIT (Eisenhower): RECORDS (a component of Records of the United States Secret Service: Record Group 87), 1953-60. 20 feet. (partially processed)

U.S. WAR DEPARTMENT, OPERATIONS DIVISION: DIARY, 1941-46. 5 feet.

U.S. WHITE HOUSE STAFF: Index to White House Congressional Correspondence, 1953-1959. 2.5 feet.


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