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Eisenhower Presidential Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home
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Tait, Edward T. (OH-384) Member of Eisenhower's campaign train, 1952; Executive Assistant to the Chairman of the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC), 1953-55; Executive Director of SEC, 1955; Special Assistant to President Eisenhower, 1955-56; member of Federal Trade Commission, 1956-60. [EL] 1974-76. 157 pages.
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Tames, George (OH-547) Washington, D.C. photographer for the New York Times, 1945-1985. [OTHER] 1988. 192 pages.
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Thayer, Robert H. (OH-243) Assistant to the U.S. Ambassador to France, 1951-54; staff member, Operations Coordinating Board, 1954-55; U.S. Minister to Rumania, 1955-58; Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, 1958-61. [COHP] 1972. 45 pages.
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Thayer, Walter (OH-272) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, 1952; active in the Nixon campaign, 1960. [COHP] 1967. 53 pages.
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Thomas, Charles (OH-490) Undersecretary of the Navy, Jan.-Aug. 1953; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Supply and Logistics, 1953-54; Secretary of the Navy, 1954-57. [EL] 1976. 65 pages.
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Thornton, Jessie W. (OH-273) Wife of Dan Thornton (Governor of Colorado, 1951-55); friend of the Eisenhowers and Douds. [COHP] (written permission) 1969. 41 pages.
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Thye, Edward J. (OH-22) Senator from Minnesota, 1946-59, re agriculture. [COHP] 1967. 77 pages.
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Todd, Webster B. (OH-207) Active in New Jersey politics, and the Eisenhower campaign of 1952; Director, Office of Economic Affairs, U.S. Mission to NATO and European regional organizations, 1953-54. [COHP] 1972. 90 pages.
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Tollefson, Thor C. (OH-338) Congressman from Washington, 1947-65. [EL] 1972-74. 82 pages.
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Toner, Albert (OH-491) Member, Psychological Strategy Board and Operations Coordinating Board staff, 1951-56; Assistant to the Staff Secretary in the White House, 1956-61. [EL] 1974, 1977. 94 pages.
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Tourtellotte, Janet P. (with Edith D. Williams) (OH-332) Active in the Republican party in Washington and the Eisenhower campaign in 1952. [EL] 1972. 68 pages.
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Tucker, Everett, Jr. (OH-244) Member of Little Rock, Arkansas, school board, 1958-65. [COHP] 1971. 63 pages.
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Tuttle, Elbert (OH-208) Active in the Republican Party in Georgia; General Counsel, Department of the Treasury, 1953-54; Judge, 5th Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals, 1954-70. [COHP] 1970. 115 pages.
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Twining, Nathan F. (OH-274) Vice Chief of Staff, 1950-53, and Chief of Staff, 1953-57, Department of the Air Force; Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1957-60. [COHP] 1967. 252 pages.
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