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Hacker, Louis Morton (OH-347) Professor of Economics at Columbia University, 1948-67; Dean of the School of General Studies at Columbia University, 1949-52. [EL] 1975. 38 pages.
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Hagerty, James C. (OH-91) Press Secretary to the President, 1953-61. [COHP] 1967-68. 572 pages.
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Hagerty, James C. (OH-440) [OTHER] 1973. 26 pages.
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Hagerty, James C. (OH-530) 1969. 111 pages.
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Hagerty, Roger C. (OH-560) Son of James C. Hagerty, Eisenhower's Press Secretary. [OTHER] 2011. 21 pages.
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Halaby, Najeeb E. (OH-212) Government official involved in establishment of Central Intelligence Agency, Department of Defense, and North Atlantic Treaty Organization; foreign affairs advisor to Secretary of Defense, 1948-54. [COHP] 1972. 33 pages.
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Hall, Leonard (OH-478) Chairman, Republican National Committee, 1953-57. [EL] 1975. 60 pages.
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Halleck, Charles A. (OH-39) Congressman from Indiana, 1953-69; Majority Leader in the House, 1953-55; Minority Leader in the House, 1959-65. [COHP] 1967. 36 pages.
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Halleck, Charles A. (OH-489) [EL] 1977. 40 pages.
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Hallman, Robert and James F. McCown (OH-548) Secret Service agents assigned to the Eisenhower farm in Gettysburg, PA, 1965-1979. 1983. 97 pages.
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Hampton, Robert (OH-44) Department of State Official, 1950-55 and 1957-58; Department of the Air Force (manpower, personnel and organization), 1955-57; Special Assistant in the White House and Staff Assistant to the President, 1958-61. [COHP] (written permission) 1967. 58 pages.
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Hampton, Robert (OH-485) [EL] 1975-76. 70 pages.
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Handy, Thomas (OH-486) Deputy Chief of Operations, War Department General Staff, 1942; Assistant Chief of Staff, Operations War Department, 1942-44. [EL] 1972-79. 345 pages.
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Hanes, John W. Jr. (OH-188) Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1953-57; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations Affairs, 1957-58; Assistant Secretary of State for Security and Consular Affairs, 1958-61. [COHP] 1970. 28 pages.
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Hansen, Victor (OH-441) Adjutant General of California, 1944-1946; Judge in the Superior Court of California, 1951-1956; Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice Anti-Trust Division, 1956-1959. [OTHER] 1975. 96 pages.
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Hardeman, D. B. (OH-213) Active in the Stevenson campaign in Texas, 1952; Member, Democratic National Committee, 1953-54; Stevenson campaign staff, 1956; Sam Rayburn associate and biographer. [COHP] 1969-70. 146 pages.
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Hare, Raymond A. (OH-189) U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, 1950-53; Ambassador to Lebanon, 1953-54; Director General, U.S. Foreign Service, 1954-56; Ambassador to Egypt, 1956-58; Ambassador to United Arab Republic, 1958-60; Deputy Under Secretary to State for Political Affairs, 1960-61. [COHP] 1972. 115 pages.
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Harlow, Bryce N. (OH-214) Special White House Assistant, 1953; Administrative Assistant to the President, 1953-58; Deputy Assistant to the President, 1958-61. [COHP] 1967. 144 pages.
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Harlow, Bryce N. (OH-402) [OTHER] 1974. 44 pages.
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Harlow, Bryce N. (OH-545) [OTHER] n.d. 4 pages.
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Harr, Karl G. Jr. (OH-34) Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State, 1954-56; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1956-58; Special Assistant to the President and Vice Chairman of the Operations Coordinating Board, 1958-61. [COHP] 1967. 42 pages.
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Hartley, Robert S. (OH-551) Involved in the cattle operations at the Eisenhower farm in Gettysburg, PA. [OTHER] 1983. 36 pages.
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Hartzog, George B. (OH-442) Director, National Park Service, 1964-1972. [OTHER] 1965. 92 pages.
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Harwood, Wilson (OH-84) Assistant director of the National Science Foundation, 1951-67; manager, International Development Center, Stanford Research Institute. [COHP] 1968. 53 pages.
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Hauge, Gabriel (OH-190) Research director for campaign staff, Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1952; presidential assistant for economic affairs, 1953-58. [COHP] 1967. 132 pages.
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Hauge, Gabriel (OH-525) [COHP] 1968. 28 pages.
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Hays, Brooks (OH-295) Congressman from Arkansas, 1943-59; involved in Little Rock, Arkansas school integration crisis, 1957. [COHP] 1970. 165 pages.
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Heaton, Leonard D. (OH-337) Commanding General, 1953-59, and Senior Surgeon, 1959-70, Walter Reed Army Medical Center; Surgeon General, Department of the Army, 1959-69. [EL] 1975. 80 pages.
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Heilbronn, Kurt (OH-518) Pilot for Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1945. [EL] 1993. 36 pages.
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Henderson, Loy W. (OH-191) State Department official and Foreign Service officer, Director of Near East and African Affairs, Department of State, 1945-48; U.S. Ambassador to Iran, 1951-54; Deputy Under Secretary of State for Administration, 1955-61. [COHP] 1970. 58 pages.
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Herwarth, Hans von (OH-336) West Germany government official. [EL] 1975. 4 pages.
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Hess, Stephen H. (OH-192) Special Assistant in the White House, 1959-61; speech writer for Richard Nixon, 1962; Deputy Assistant to the President for Urban Affairs, 1969. [COHP] 1972. 42 pages.
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Hightower, John (OH-75) Diplomatic correspondent, Associated Press. [COHP] 1968. 42 pages.
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Hill, Robert C. (OH-296) U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica, 1953-54, El Salvador, 1954-55, and Mexico, 1957-61; Special Assistant to Under Secretary of State for Mutual Security Affairs, 1955-61; Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations, 1956-57. [COHP] 1972. 108 pages.
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Hodges, Luther (OH-297) Lieutenant Governor, North Carolina, 1952-53; Governor, 1954-60; Secretary of Commerce, 1961-65. [COHP] 1968. 39 pages.
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Hodgins, Eric (OH-139) Editor, Time, Inc., 1933-58. [COHP] 1968-69. 162 pages.
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Hoegh, Leo Arthur (OH-96) Governor of Iowa, 1954-57; Civil Defense Administrator, 1957-58; Director of the Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization, 1958-61. [COHP] (written permission) 1967. 97 pages.
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Hoegh, Leo Arthur (OH-480) [EL] 1976. 47 pages.
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Hoffman, Raymond (OH-481) Paratrooper with 101st Airborne Division during World War II. [EL] 1978. 446 pages.
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Hollister, John B. (OH-140) Executive Director, Hoover Commission, 1953; Director, International Cooperation Administration, 1955-57. [COHP] 1970. 53 pages.
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Hopkins, William J. (OH-494) Member, White House Civil Service Staff, 1931-71. [EL] 1974-76. 386 pages.
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Hopkins, William J. (OH-311) [OTHER] 1964. 31 pages.
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Houghton, Amory (OH-298) U.S. Ambassador to France, 1957-61. [COHP] (written permission) 1968. 96 pages.
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House, A.F. (OH-299) Attorney for Little Rock, Arkansas school board, 1957-58. [COHP] 1971. 45 pages.
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House, Patricia (OH-193) Vice President of the Women's Emergency Committee to Open Our Schools, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1958-60. [COHP] 1971. 47 pages.
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Howard, Katherine G. (OH-255) Secretary, Republican National Committee, 1948-52; Member, Eisenhower's Campaign Policy and Strategy Committee, 1952; Deputy Administrator, Federal Civil Defense Administration (FCDA), 1953-54; Special Advisor to FCDA, 1954-57; U.S. delegate to NATO committee on civil defense, 1953-56; Deputy U.S. Commissioner General to the Brussels World Fair, 1957-58. [COHP] 1968-71. 603 pages.
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Huckaby, Elizabeth (OH-194) Vice Principal for girls, Little Rock, Arkansas Central High School, 1957-59. [COHP] 1972. 76 pages.
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