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Wadsworth, James J. (OH-209) Special Assistant, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948-50; Acting Director, Civil Defense Office, 1950; Deputy Administrator, FCDA, 1951; Deputy U.S. Representative, 1953-60, and Permanent U.S. Representative, 1960-61, to the United Nations. [COHP] 1967. 251 pages.
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Wainhouse, David W. (OH-278) State Department official with responsibilities for international organizations and United Nations political affairs, 1946-56; U.S. Minister to Austria, 1956-62. [COHP] 1972. 34 pages.
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Walters, Vernon (OH-108) Translator for Dwight D. Eisenhower while he was SHAPE Commander and President. [EL] 1970. 94 pages.
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Walters, Vernon (OH-499) Government official; Military Attache; Deputy Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, 1972-76; Ambassador-at-Large, 1981-present; interpreter for U.S. Presidents, Truman through Reagan, 1948-present. [OTHER] 1984. 32 pages.
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Warren, Earl Jr. (OH-469) Municipal court judge, son of Chief Justice and former California governor, Earl Warren. [OTHER] 1970. 92 pages.
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Warren, James (OH-470) Businessman, son of Chief Justice and former California Governor Earl Warren. [OTHER] 1979. 55 pages.
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Warren, Nina (OH-471) Wife of Chief Justice and former California Governor, Earl Warren. [OTHER] 1979. 6 pages.
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Warren, Robert (OH-472) Son of Chief Justice and former California Governor Earl Warren. [OTHER] 1971. 44 pages.
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Washburn, Abbott (OH-124) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, Citizens for Eisenhower, 1951-52; Deputy to the Special Assistant to the President, 1953; Deputy Director, U.S. Information Agency, 1954-61. [COHP] 1967-68. 91 pages.
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Watkins, Arthur (OH-125) Senator for Utah, 1947-59; member, 1959-60, and Chief Commissioner, 1960-68, Indian Claims Commission. [COHP] 1968. 98 pages.
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Weeks, Sinclair (OH-277) Chairman, Finance Committee of the Republican National Committee, 1949-52; Secretary of Commerce, 1953-58. [COHP] 1967. 174 pages.
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Weinberger, Caspar (OH-473) California State Assemblyman, 1952-1956; California delegate to Republican National Convention, 1956 (alternate), 1960; vicechairman of the California Republican State Central Committee, 1960-1962 and chairman from 1962-1964. [OTHER] 1978, 1979. 100 pages.
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Wheaton, Anne W. (OH-64) Director of Women's Publicity for the Republican National Committee, 1939-57; Associate White House Press Secretary, 1957-61. [COHP] 1968. 180 pages.
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Wheeler, Clyde A. (OH-388) Confidential Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture, 1954-57; Special Assistant to the Secretary, 1957-59; Staff Assistant to President Eisenhower, 1959-60. [EL] 1974-75. 116 pages.
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Wheeler, Clyde A. (OH-515) [EL] 1990. 38 pages.
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Whitman, Ann C. (OH-511) Personal Secretary to the President, 1953-61. [EL] 1991. 35 pages.
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Wilcox, Francis O. (OH-246) Chief of the professional staff, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 1947-55; Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations, 1955-61. [COHP] 1972. 64 pages.
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Wilcox, Francis O. (OH-498) [OTHER] 1984. 235 pages.
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Williams, E. Grainger (OH-155) President of the Little Rock, Arkansas, Chamber of Commerce during school integration crisis, 1957-59. [COHP] 1970. 66 pages.
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Williams, Edith and Janet Tourtellotte (OH-332) Active in the Republican party in Washington and the Eisenhower campaign of 1952. [EL] 1972. 68 pages.
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Williams, Ralph (OH-503) U.S. Navy officer; speechwriter on White House Staff, 1958-61. [EL] 1988. 47 pages.
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Williams, Walter (OH-276) Active in the Eisenhower campaign, Citizens for Eisenhower, 1951-52; Under Secretary of Commerce, 1953-58. [COHP] 1967. 104 pages.
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Willis, Charles F. Jr. (OH-86) Founder of Citizens for Eisenhower and vice chairman, 1951-52; Assistant to the President, 1953-55. [COHP] 1968. 51 pages.
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Wilson, Paul (OH-418) Lawyer with Attorney General's office in Kansas who helped prepare and present brief for Brown vs. Board of Education case. [OTHER] 1970. 33 pages.
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Witter, Reverend Ray I. (OH-5) Relative (his mother and Dwight D. Eisenhower's father were brother and sister), discusses the church the Eisenhowers attended. [EL] 1964. 41 pages.
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Wolf, Charles W. (OH-549) Active in the Republican Party in Adams County, Pennsylvania, attorney for Dwight D. Eisenhower in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1961-1969. [OTHER] 1983. 47 pages.
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Woodruff, Gen. Roscoe B. (OH-404) West Point classmate of Dwight D. Eisenhower and World War II Corps Commander. [EL] 1972. 55 pages.
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Woods, Henry (OH-275) Attorney involved in Arkansas politics and Little Rock, Arkansas, school integration crisis, 1957-59. [COHP] 1972. 57 pages.
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Woodward, Jack M. (OH-512) Steward and valet aboard Columbine and Air Force One airplanes when Dwight D. Eisenhower was Supreme Allied Commander, NATO, 1951-52 and President, 1953-61. [EL] 1992. 35 pages.
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Wriston, Dr. Henry (OH-69) President of Brown University, 1937-55; executive director of the American Assembly, 1955-58; president of the American Assembly, 1958-62. [COHP] 1968. 55 pages.
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