Guide to the Hugh Heclo government policy collection, 1901-1991 Hugh Heclo government policy C0074

Guide to the Hugh Heclo government policy collection, 1901-1991

A Collection in
Special Collections and Archives
Collection Number C0074


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Repository
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Collection number
C0074
Title
Hugh Heclo government policy collection 1901-1991
Physical Characteristics
14 linear feet (29 boxes)
Creator
Heclo, Hugh
Language
English
Abstract
Research materials relating to the executive branch of the United States federal government. Several presidential administrations beginning with the 1932 Roosevelt Administration are represented. Materials include documents pertaining to cabinet posts and functions, federal bureaus, foreign and domestic policy.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Hugh Heclo government policy collection, Collection #C0074, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University.

Acquisition Information

Collection donated by Hugh Heclo in 2005.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff. EAD markup completed in February 2009 by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty.


Biographical Information

Born in Marion Ohio on March 10, 1943 Hugh Heclo is a recognized expert on American democratic institutions as well as the international development of modern welfare states. He has received national awards for his books including Comparative Public Policy; A Government of Strangers: Executive Politics in Washington; and Modern Social Politics in Britain and Sweden. Professor Heclo is an elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, and he has served in the White House and as a senior fellow at The Brookings Institution. He chaired the Ford Foundation research advisory committee, which published The Common Good: Social Welfare and the American Future, and is co-author of the 1998 Urban Institute volume, The Government We Deserve. Hugh Heclo is senior editor and contributor to the 2003 volume, Religion Returns to the Public Square: Faith and Policy in America and a member of the Scholars Council advising the Librarian of Congress. Also in 2003, he wrote Ronald Reagan and the American Public Philosophy, chapter one in The Reagan Presidency and the chapter, The Political Ethos of George W. Bush, in The George W. Bush Presidency: An Early Assessment. In 2002 he received the American Political Science Association's John Gaus Award honoring exemplary scholarship in the joint tradition of political science and public administration. Each year, Heclo teaches introductory courses on Democracy and on American Government, and he leads interdisciplinary senior seminars on the Philosophy of History and on Religion and Politics in America.

Scope and Content

Research materials relating to the executive branch of the United States federal government. Several presidential administrations beginning with the 1932 Roosevelt Administration are represented. Materials include documents pertaining to cabinet posts and functions, federal bureaus, foreign and domestic policy.

Arrangement

This collection is arranged chronologically by folder title and subject.

Related Material

Special Collections and Archives also holds other political collections, particularly on Northern Virginia politics and government.

Separated Material


Index Terms

    Persons:

  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969.
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973.
  • Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972.
  • Corporate Names:

  • United States. Bureau of Budget.
  • United States. President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization.
  • Geographical Names:

  • United States--Politics and government--1945-1989.

Contents List

Hugh Heclo government policy collection
  • 1
    1
    Doctrines 9/26/79

    Doctrines of Presidential Management by Michael McGeary for meeting of Panel on Presidential Management, National Academy of Public Administration

  • 1
    2
    Sources
  • 1
    3
    Hoover I

    Includes: the First Hoover Commission and the Managerial Presidency by Peri E. Arnold, Journal of Politics, 2/76; handwritten notes on "The Commission on Org of the Exec Br. of the Gov " Concluding Report"" May 1949

  • 1
    4
    Hoover II

    Includes a paper; "Administrative Literature and the Second Hoover Commission Reports" by James W. Fesler, Yale University, APSR 3/57

  • 1
    5
    Temple U. and Corson 1953

    Includes a paper; " Temple University Survey of Federal Reorganization, Volume 1"

  • 1
    6
    PACGO Records BDEL, NARS

    Finding Aid to NARS files titled; "Records of the President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization 1953-1961 and hand-written notes

  • 1
    7
    PACGO - OEM and First See

    hand written notes on Office of Executive management

  • 1
    8
    PAGCO 11/19/52 - 4/9/54

    Includes copies of government papers specifically the final recommendations of The President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization (PAGCO)

  • 1
    9
    PACGO General Organization, members,Reports 1/14/61 - 1/17/61

    Includes final summaries of PACGO accomplishments

  • 1
    10
    PACGO - Interview with members 7/10/80

    Interview of Don K. Price by McGeary

  • 1
    11
    PACGO 1961 and Termination 2/10/61 - 5/17/61
  • 1
    12
    Origin and Development of FEB's [Federal Executive Boards] 4/5/61 - 11/10/61

    includes 15 memos or summaries of memos leading up to the establishment of FEB's and a undated summary of the development of FEB's

  • 1
    13
    President's Price Task Force on Government Organization 10/29/80

    notes on interview with Don K. Price regarding task force on reorganization in 1964

  • 1
    14
    Ash Council Memo's on EOP {Executive Office of the President) 8/20/69 - 1/20/70
  • 1
    15
    Ash Council Memos on Super Depts. 5/12/70 and 11/19/70

    Memos from the Ash Council (Roy L. Ash) to the President, recommending 3 new Departments: Department of Human resources, Department of Community Development, and Department of Economic Growth and Productivity

  • 1
    15
  • 1
    16
    General [documents re: reorganization of Fed'l Government] 11/10/70 - 1/17/73
  • 1
    17
    Other Ash Council Memos: NOAA, EPA, etc 1/16/70 - 8/17/70

    includes memo on Organization for Foreign Economic Affairs

  • 1
    18
    White House

    includes Executive Branch estimates of appropriations from 1901 to 1911 and a list of White House/Executive Branch personnel and salaries

  • 1
    19
    Effecting Reorg. Plan #2, 1970 1978

    a discussion of Nixon's "failure" to implement a reorganization

  • 2
    1
    Presy [Presidency] 2/10/08 - 10/4/25

    contains documents regarding Theodore Roosevelt

  • 2
    2
    PCY course 1/15/45 - 3/79

    notes and documents to support a course on the President

  • 2
    3
    Correspondence and Memos [regarding organization of Executive Branch] 11/19/52
  • 2
    4
    Article[s] 7/10/79 - 7/27/80

    news clippings regarding the office of the President

  • 2
    5
    Miscellaneous

    includes paper written by Herman M. Somers, "Coordinating the Federal Executive

  • 2
    6
    Interview[s]

    Transcripts of interviews of Luther Gulick, Bryce Harlow, Thomas Cronin, Clifford, Burns, and Neustadt'

  • 2
    7
    The Office of Management and Budget That Almost Wasn't: How the Bureau of the Budget Fought to Remain BOB September 1976

    Prepared for Annual Meeting of APSA by Larry Berman

  • 2
    8
    The President's Role in Administrative Management, Harvard University Feb 27, 1946 2/27/46
  • 2
    9
    Research Report No. 3: Organizational Trends in the Executive Office of the President 2/6/80

    by Hugh Heclo

  • 2
    10
    Our Country and Its Resources [The President - The Executive] 1918

    by Albert A. Hopkins

  • 2
    11
    The Truman Presidency by Elmer E. Cornwell, Jr.
  • 2
    12
    Staff Work for the President and the Executive Branch 8/20/54

    memorandum from The Assistant to The President to all Departments, Agencies and White House Staff

  • 2
    13
    Profiles Mr. President

    Discussion of Harry Truman's presidency

  • 2
    14
    Reorganizing The Presidency in 1961: A Preview of the Issues September 1960

    by Richard E. Meustadt for Annual meeting of APSA

  • 3
    1
    Oral History Interview with David E, Rell 8/20/68, 8/12/68, and 10/16/68

    Mr. Bell held several positions in the Truman administration

  • 3
    2
    Oral History Interview with Dr. Harold Seidman 7/29/70
  • 3
    3
    Oral History Interview James L. Sundquist 7/15/63

    worked in BOB during Truman presidency

  • 3
    4
    Oral History Interview Frederick J. Lawton 6/1763 and 7/9/63

    worked in BOB during Truman presidency

  • 3
    5
    Oral History Interview with Roger W. Jones 8/14/69

    worked in BOB during the Truman

  • 3
    6
    Oral History Interview Frank Pace, Jr. 1/17/72 - 6/26/72

    Secretary of the Army 1950- 1953

  • 4
    1
    Administrative Correspondence 4/1942 - 11/13/42

    Memorandum regarding Mr. Truman's decision to create a 'Administrative Secretary position

  • 4
    2
    DAM 1943 9/16/43 - 12/27/43

    Division of Administrative Management(Executive Office)structure, mission and personnel

  • 4
    3
    DAM 1944 1/17/44 - 12/1944

    Division of Administrative Management (Executive Office) structure, mission and personnel

  • 4
    4
    1944 Self Appraisal 4/14/44 - 9/1/44

    Bureau of Budget self appraisal and recommendations for improvement

  • 4
    5
    GOP Org Project 6/1945 - 11/1/45

    organization of the President's Executive Office

  • 4
    6
    DAM 1945 - 1948 5/25/45 - May 1948

    Division of Administrative Management, Bureau of Budget includes list of accomplishments

  • 4
    7
    1949 Reorganization Plan 2/249 - 7/21/49
  • 4
    8
    1950 Budgeting and Accounting Procedure Act 7/11/50
  • 4
    9
    Hoover I 1947 - 4/1950
  • 4
    10
    DAM 1949 - 1952 1/10/49 - 2/19/51

    Division of Administrative Management

  • 4
    11
    Truman White House 1/1946 - 11/4/52
  • 4
    12
    Origins of President's management improvement program as response to over I - 1949 2/5/49 - 12/13/49
  • 4
    13
    Improvement 1949 - 1952 6/12/50 - 12/1952

    President's Committee on Management Improvement

  • 4
    14
    president's Management Improvement Program 1949 - 1952 2/1/50 - 12/52
  • 5
    1
    OMO (Office of Management and Organization)1952 6/5/52 - 11/24/52

    Office of Management and Organization - reorganization within the Bureau of Budget

  • 5
    2
    OMO: 1952 - 1960 8/1/55 - 1/9/61

    Bureau of Budget

  • 5
    3
    President's Management Improvement Fund 1953 9/3/53 - 12/31//54
  • 5
    4
    1959 Self - Study 1/30/59 - 6/2/60

    Self study of Bureau of Budget and proposal to ask agencies to do management improvement studies

  • 5
    5
    Rappaport Study, 1956 2/17/56 - 5/22/56

    Survey of Organization and Staffing of the Bureau of the Budget (includes 29 specific recommendations.

  • 5
    6
    Management Appraisal Efforts, 1955 - 1961 4/12/61

    only 1 document: Management Services Program Basic File

  • 5
    7
    OEM: 1967 - 1970 5/12/69 - 6/30/69

    only 2 documents President Nixon's remarks on the 30th Birthday of the Bureau of Budget and suggested reply to press inquiry on a proposed Congressional investigation of BoB

  • 5
    8
    OMB Management Systems 1970 3/31/73 - 4/17/.78
  • 5
    9
    Carter Administration - President's Reorg Project 1977 - 1980 4/1977 - 1/22/80
  • 5
    10
    Statistical Standards (CSB) 7/10/39

    Central Statistics Board

  • 5
    11
    [BOB Field Offices 9/15/42 - 1/27/58
  • 5
    12
    GOP, Creation 1939 - 1945 1/23/40

    contains information on appropriations for the Office of the president 1914 - 1940

  • 5
    13
    Legislative Reference 12/17/79
  • 5
    14
    Fiscal Div[ision] 5/7/40 - 7/1/54
  • 5
    15
    Office of Financial Management, 1956 - 1967
  • 5
    16
    NRPB [National Resource Planning Board] 1/19/40 - 4/14/80
  • 5
    18
    NSRB [National Security Resources Board] 10/25/49 - 7/30/80
  • 5
    19
    NSC 1947 - 1952 [National Security Council] 2/15/48 - 5/18/80
  • 5
    20
    CEA [Council of Economic Advisers] 2/8/46 - 10/17/46
  • 5
    21
    Office of Government Reports 1/26/40 - 5/27/40
  • 5
    22
    Council of Personnel Administration 6/7/33 - 2/14/44
  • 6
    1
    LBJ Papers

    Hand written notes on Louis B'low

  • 6
    2
    General Info; Lists of Series - Title 1973

    contents of National Archives and Records holdings on the Bureau of Budget

  • 6
    3
    Misc BOB Series
  • 6
    4
    R.G. Series 21.1 General Subject files: 1921 - 1939
  • 6
    5
    R.G. Series 21.6 Gen. Admin. of Federal 1921 - 1940
  • 6
    6
    R.G. 51, Series 39.10
  • 6
    7
    R.G. 51, Series 39.19
  • 6
    8
    R.G. 51, Series 39.27
  • 6
    9
    R.G. 51, Series 39.29 Admin of BOB 1939 - 1952
  • 6
    10
    R.G. 51, Series 39.32, DAM's Government Organization Branch 1939 - 1952
  • 6
    11
    Series 39.35, DAM Numerical Subject Files
  • 6
    12
    Series 41.3, War Records Section
  • 6
    13
    Series 47.3, Office of Dir. Recover, 1947 - 1952
  • 6
    14
    Series 52.1, General Records, 1952 - 1960
  • 6
    15
    Series 52.2, Admin of BOB, 1952 0- 1960
  • 6
    16
    Series 52.6, DMO's Government Organization Branch 1952 - 1960
  • 6
    17
    FDR 7/1979

    hand written notes and NARS index to historical documents stored at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

  • 6
    18
    HST [Harry S Truman] 1/1979

    hand written notes and NARS index to historical documents stored at the Truman Library

  • 6
    19
    DDE Dwight D. Eisenhower 5/1977

    hand written notes and NARS index to historical documents stored at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Library

  • 6
    20
    DDEL - PACGO

    hand written notes on material from Dwight D. Eisenhower Library regarding the President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization

  • 6
    21
    DDEL - Notes on a, DES Files

    notes regarding from contents some boxes in DDEL

  • 6
    22
    JFK

    Notes on how information is organized in John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library and what is relevant to 1961 transition and organization of JFK White House

  • 6
    23
    LBJ [Lyndon Baines Johnson] Notes

    hand written notes from LBJ Library Files as well as a memo regarding the files relevant to study

  • 6
    24
    LBJ 1977

    printed list of historical documents in LBJ library

  • 6
    25
    David E. Bell 8/1972

    Hand written notes and printed transcript of Oral History Interview with David E. Bell from Truman library

  • 6
    26
    Fesler, James W. 11/8/79

    memo concerning Louis Bronlow and Charles Merriam

  • 6
    27
    Frederick M. Davenport
  • 7
    1
    Eisenhower Administration Oral Interviews 6/25/80 - 7/31/80

    Maxwell Rabb, Ann Whitman, Bradley Patterson, Dillion Anderson, Andrew Goodpastor Robert Bowie, Milton S. Eisenhower

  • 7
    2
    DAM - 1942 9/24/42 - 12/15/42

    Division of Administrative Management

  • 7
    3
    DAM - 1940 5/23/40

    Division of Administrative Management

  • 7
    4
    DAM 1942 9/4/40 - 6/27/41

    planning for administrative units In Federal Agencies

  • 7
    5
    Department AM Staffs 9/24/40 - 5/10/46

    proposal to establish administrative management units in all Federal executive agencies

  • 7
    6
    War Agencies 5/25/40 - 6/17/50
  • 7
    7
    War History Project 8/1944 - 12/26/1944
  • 7
    8
    DAM, PAS & PACH 1/30/34 - 1948

    Public Administration Service and Public Administration Clearing House

  • 7
    9
    Organization of Administration Research 2/1939 - 2/1951

    includes a monograph; "A Review of Organization and Methods Work in the Federal Government by Joseph D. Cooper

  • 7
    10
    DAM - Early Recruiting 4/30/43 - 11/4/43
  • 7
    11
    BOB 1921 - 1933 12/5/30 - 4/14/33
  • 7
    12
    BOB Organization 1933 - 1938 12/1934 - 7/1/38
  • 7
    13
    BOB General Organization 1939 -45
  • 7
    14
    BOB General Organization 1945 -52
  • 7
    15
    BOB General Organization 1953 - 1960 10/1/53 - 1/10/61
  • 7
    16
    BOB General Organization 1961 - 1968 7/22/65 - 10/1969
  • 7
    17
    BOB General Organization 1969 - 76 8/1970 - 11/1978
  • 7
    18
    FDR and EOP 7/28/80
  • 7
    19
    DAM Creation 1939 4/3/39 - 8/2/39
  • 7
    20
    BOB: Functions and Organization 10/23/42 - 11/1978
  • 7
    21
    Organization Charts 1921 - 1939
  • 7
    22
    Organization Charts 1939 - 1952 (DAM)
  • 7
    23
    Org Charts 1952 - 1967 (OMO) 1/1953 - 10/1/65
  • 7
    24
    ORG Charts 1967 -70 (OEM) 4/6/70

    only 1 chart

  • 7
    25
    Org Charts 1970 on (OMB) 4/16/73 - 9/28/73

    2 charts

  • 7
    26
    DAM 10/30/70 - 4/22/80

    2 monographs: Options for Organizing the Administrative Management Function in the Executive Office of the President, and The President and Administrative Management

  • 7
    27
    BOB OFfice Memos

    hand written notes

  • 8
    1
    BOB Staff Orientation Manual 1962 6/1962

    Executive Office of the President, Bureau of Budget

  • 8
    2
    Smith 4/15/39 - 6/19/46 8/24/398/6/46

    Harold D(ewey) Smith was director of Federal budget from 4/15/39 to 6/19/46; Notes on Financial Administration (under Smith's direction) in the Michigan State Government 2/1938

  • 8
    3
    Pace 2/1/49 - 4/12/50 3/12/49 - 1972

    Pace was director of budget

  • 8
    4
    Dodge 1/22/53 - 4/15/54 1/18/54

    Director of Bureau of Budget

  • 8
    5
    Stans 3/18/58 - 1/20/61
  • 8
    6
    Bureau of Budget - Appropriation Hearings 1924 - 1933 12/11/24 - 1/13/32
  • 8
    7
    BOB Appropriations 1934 - 1938 12/14/33 - 1/27/37
  • 8
    8
    BOB Appropriations 1939 5/21/37 - 4/28/39
  • 8
    9
    BOB Appropriations 1940 6/21/39 - 10/13/39
  • 8
    10
    BOB Appropriations [ETZ] 1941 11/30/39 - /10/40
  • 8
    11
    BOB Appropriations [ETZ] 1942 11/6/40 - 12/20/41
  • 8
    1943
    BOB Appropriations [ETZ] 1943 11/4/41 - 11/25/41
  • 8
    13
    BOB [EPZ]Appropriations 1944 7/22/42 - 1/26/44
  • 8
    14
    BOB Appropriations [Etz] 1945 12/13/43 - 11/20/44
  • 8
    15
    BOB Appropriations 1946 11/18/44 - 3/31/45
  • 8
    16
    BOB Appropriations 1947 12/12/45 - 2/5/46
  • 8
    17
    BOB Appropriations 1948 11/25/46 - 4/30/47
  • 9
    1
    BOB Appropriations 1949 1/19/48
  • 9
    2
    BOB Appropriations [Etz] 1950 10/5/48 - 2/10/50
  • 9
    3
    BOB Appropriations [Etz] 1951 2/23/50
  • 9
    4
    BOB Appropriations [Etz] 1952 4/5/51 - 3/21/52
  • 9
    5
    BOB Appropriations [Etz] 1953 - 56 3/18/53 - 4/12/54
  • 9
    6
    BOB Appropriations [Etz] 1957 - 60 5/16/56 - 3/16/57
  • 9
    7
    BOB Appropriations 1961 - 64 3/6/61 - 4/9/63
  • 9
    8
    BOB Staffing & Budget Summaries 1921 - 1980 5/1/59

    in addition to the one dated copy, the file consists of undated hand written material

  • 9
    9
    BOB Tel Directory 10/1945 - 4/1965
  • 9
    10
    Report of the President's Committee [on Administrative Management 1/8/37
  • 9
    11
    Administratively Confidential: Briefing Material Executive Office of the President and Domestic Policy Council 12/1/69
  • 9
    12
    Report of the President's Task Force on Government Reorganization 11/6/64
  • 9
    13
    Proposed Organization of the Executive Office of the President
  • 9
    14
    Joint Chiefs of Staff: a System of Coordination in the Executive Branch of the United States Government 11/16/45 - 11/26/45
  • 9
    15
    Policy Bites 12/1990

    Policy Bites is a bi-monthly letter issued by The Urban Institute -the issue in file examines the budget process

  • 10
    1
    OMB in an Era of Perennial Budgeting 1988
  • 10
    2
    Executive Leadership in Anglo-American Systems 12/1991
  • 10
    3
    BOB Memorandum 7/6/39 - 5/9/75
  • 10
    4
    BOB, Organizational Division 12/14/41

    Who's Who in the BOB

  • 10
    5
    Interview with Leon H. Keyserling 7/14/81

    Keyerserling was on the staff of the Roosevelt Administration and was author and/or staff liaison for several important pieces (e.g. NLRA, NIRA) of "The New Deal" legislation.

  • 10
    6
    Trans[ition] 1968 5/1/68 - 1/6/68

    includes Executive Office internal memorandum regarding Transition

  • 10
    7
    LBJ Memorandum 2/17/64 - 8/27/80
  • 10
    8
    Staff Members Expected to Attend Staff Meetings 5/2/66 - 6/27/66

    includes memorandum summarizing Executive Office staff meetings

  • 10
    9
    LBJ Pres of Adm History 5/3/68 - 12/27/68
  • 10
    10
    Instrument of Foreign Policy Coordination 4/11/67 - 6/1/67

    Includes staff paper prepared for the President: Instrument of Foreign Policy Coordination,Program Integration and Coordinated Foreign Policy, Organizational Problems and Issues in Foreign Affairs, Leadership To The Secretary of State -- Again, Program Integration as a Means Toward Coordination of Foreign Policy in the Presidential Perspective, Major Problems of Personnel Management in the Department of State

  • 11
    1
    LBJ WH 1966 [Lyndon Baines Johnson White House] 12/11/64 - 1/10/69

    Executive Office internal memos

  • 11
    2
    LBJ - EGS 3/2/64 - 11/4/68

    Internal memos between President Johnson and his advisors

  • 11
    3
    LBJ - BOB 12/30/65 - 11/9/67

    Memo's of Instruction, request for BOB staff studies and memo regarding "news leak"

  • 11
    4
    LBJ - Reorganization 11/22/65 - 8/27/68
  • 11
    5
    LBJ - Intelligence [Political and Public Relations] 6/3/64 - 9/12/68
  • 11
    6
    LBJ Activities , Schedules 11/23/63 - 12/3/68

    includes notes of advice to LBJ from President Eisenhower(11/23/63)

  • 11
    7
    Cabinet 1/21/66 - 11/6/68
  • 11
    8
    LBJ Personnel 1/22/66 - -5/6/68
  • 11
    9
    LBJ - Transition 10/28/68 - 1/10/69
  • 11
    10
    LBJ WH Administration 5/20/64 - 5/16/68
  • 12
    1
    Request for Reproduction of Documents 1 of 5 8/19/80 - 8/22/80
  • 12
    1A
    [The Bureau of Budget During the Administration of President Lyndon B. Johnson]
  • 12
    2
    Request for Reproduction of Documents 2 of 5 8/20/80 - 8/22/80
  • 12
    2A
    [LBJ Government Reorganization] 3/8/65 - 3/9/67
  • 12
    2 B
    LBJ Meetings 9/25/65 - 1/30/68

    Includes summary of a 10/13/65 meeting between LBJ and Eisenhower on a variety of topics and an example of staff work.

  • 12
    3
    Request for Reproduction of Documents 3 of 5 8/18/80 - 8/21/80
  • 12
    3 A
    Organization and Management of the Executive Office of the President 11/24/63 - 12/16/67
  • 12
    3 B
    Federal Government Reorganization 11/12/66 - 5/17/68
  • 12
    3 C
    Cabinet and Staff Meetings 1/10/65 - 1/24/67
  • 12
    3 D
    JATF: Reducing Federal Grant In-Aid Processing Time 7/26/67 - 5/7/68
  • 12
    3 E
    Cost Reduction 6/10/65 - 6/18/68
  • 12
    3 F
    Civil Rights 12/28/64 - 8/12/66
  • 12
    4
    Request for Reproduction of Document 4 of 5 8/18/80 - 10/19/80
  • 12
    4 A
    Office Space in EOB 4/3/64 - 2/26/68
  • 12
    4 B
    Control of Presidential/Staff Papers 7/23/66 - 1/27/67
  • 12
    4 C
    Staff meeting notes - Viet Nam 1/30/67 - 2/1967
  • 12
    4 D
    Memos of Support for Viet Nam 9/30/66 - 12/3/66

    Includes an indication that President Johnson consulted President Eisenhower

  • 12
    4 E
    Minutiae Brought to the President's Attention 1/30/67 - 7/24/67

    Schedule for the night, number of antelope delivered to ranch, etc.

  • 12
    4 G
    Consensus of Public Opinion 3/25/68 - 11/8/68
  • 12
    4 H
    Balance of Payments 3/5/65 - 2/12/66
  • 13
    1 A
    Daily Diary and Presidents Appointments 7/8/64 - 3/2/65

    includes Staff background notes for President Appointments

  • 13
    2
    Papers from the Government Service of Sydney Stein, Jr. 8/9/40 - 11/6/64

    also contains a summary of Mr. Stein's Federal work history

  • 13
    3
    Study of the 1960 - 1961 Presidential Transition 10/25/60

    The paper focuses on the White House and Executive Office organization structure was prepared by the Brookings Institution and provides a history of transitions from 1939.

  • 13
    4
    White House History JFK 12/29/62 - 1/29/63

    NOT a history; the papers record discussion to create a history

  • 13
    5
    White House Staff JFK 1/23/61 - 12/3/63
  • 13
    6
    Transition 1961 11/9/60 - 3/16/61
  • 13
    7
    Cabinet - Kinter 3/25/65 - 5/11/67
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    8
    LBJ - IGR [Intergovrnment Relations ] 7/29/65
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    9
    LBJ - Anna's Notes
  • 13
    10
    List of Potential Researchers

    also material related contains research sources

  • 13
    11
    National Security Org 9/1972 - 4/1980
  • 14
    1
    Task Force Government Organization and Reorganization 8/27/79

    contains written finding aid to LBJ papers

  • 14
    2
    FDR 1 of 2 5/1/33 - 2/15/45

    includes phone logs of Mr. Coy Director of Budget

  • 14
    3
    FDR 2 of 2

    contains notes and other material regarding FDR Truman Library and other sources of i

  • 14
    4
    Historical Materials in the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library
  • 14
    5
    Historical Resources of the John F. Kennedy Library
  • 14
    6
    Heclo [OWMR and Economic Council] 3/6/46 - 8/25/80

    papers related to Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion and Economic Council]

  • 15
    1
    Historical Materials in the Truman Library 1/1979

    a National Archives and Records Service pamphlet describing the holdings at the library

  • 15
    2
    The Presidential Documents Series 1980

    a catalogue pamphlet published by University Publications of America, Inc. describing its products and prices

  • 15
    3
    Staff Work for the President and the Executive Branch 8/20/54

    Instructions from the President on how he wants staff work to be done

  • 15
    4
    Historical Materials in the Dwight D. Eisenhower Library 5/1977

    a National Archives and Records Service pamphlet describing the holdings at the library

  • 15
    5
    Historical Materials in the John F. Kennedy Library 1978

    a National Archives and Records Service pamphlet describing the holdings at the library

  • 15
    6
    Historical Materials in the Lyndon B. Johnson Library 1977

    a National Archives and Records Service pamphlet describing the holdings at the library

  • 15
    7
    The era of Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Selected Bibliography of Periodical, essay and Dissertation Literature, 1945 - 1971 1/30/74

    Publication of the National Archives and Records Service, documents listed in the publication are available at the library

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    8
    Observations of Models of the Presidency Lester G. Seligman 4/10/80
  • 15
    9
    Surviving, Coping, and Developing EOP: The Staffing Connection

    Executive office of the President

  • 15
    10
    Missouri Library Association Quarterly Vol. XXI, No. 3, September 1960 9/1960

    the publication included an article; "The Harry S. Truman Library by Miss Betty Herscher

  • 15
    11
    The Harry S. Truman Library: Creation of the State Israel Bibliographical Suggestions 11/5/74
  • 15
    12
    The Harry S. Truman Library: 1948 Presidential Campaign and Election, Bibliographical Suggestions 11/18/74
  • 15
    13
    The Harry S. Truman Library: U.S. Foreign Relations 1945 - 1953, Bibliographical Suggestions 11/14/74
  • 15
    14
    Bibliography on the Potsdam Conference
  • 15
    15
    The Truman Committee Bibliography 7/9/75
  • 15
    16
    The Harry S. Truman Library, Bibliographical Suggestions, The Marshall Plan
  • 15
    17
    Korean War, Bibliographical Suggestions, 10/19/77
  • 15
    18
    Report of the President's Task Force on Government Organization 11/6/64 and 11/10/64

    also included is the Statement of Elmer B. Staats before the Committee on Government Operations (1/7/66)

  • 15
    19
    Framework for the Future; A Study of the Organization of OMB 6/1979
  • 15
    20
    Eisenhower and Dulles: Who Made the Decisions? Autumn 1979

    a reprint of a magazine article by Richard H. Immerman

  • 15
    21
    Political Science Quarterly, Winter 1979 - 80

    includes an article Eisenhower as an Activist President, by Fred I. Greenstein

  • 16
    1
    Organizing the Presidency by Stephen Hess 1976
  • 16
    2
    The Economy: Recessions, 1954 and 1957-58
  • 16
    3
    Public Expectations and the Presidency 2/1/80
  • 16
    4
    Presidential Power, Richard E. Neustadt 5/7/80

    transitions

  • 16
    5
    President Eisenhower and the Defense Budget 8/77
  • 16
    6
    The Crisis of Competence in Government

    by James L. Sundquist

  • 16
    7
    Journal of Central Mississippi Valley American Studies Association, Spring 1960 Spring 1960

    Article by Phillip D. Lagerquist, "The Harry S. Truman Library - - A New Research Center for the Middle West

  • 16
    8
    Taxation
  • 16
    9
    Inflation
  • 16
    10
    Labor Disputes
  • 16
    11
    Housing
  • 16
    12
    Health
  • 16
    13
    Education
  • 16
    14
    Agriculture
  • 16
    15
    Foreign Policy
  • 16
    16
    Collective Security
  • 16
    17
    Council of Economic Advisors
  • 16
    18
    Reorganization of Gov[ernmen]t Dep[artmen]t[s]
  • 16
    19
    Government Employees
  • 16
    20
    Social Security - Unemployment Insurance
  • 16
    21
    Bureau of Budget - Correspondence 8/2/44 - 8/13/68

    Correspondence to and from Sydney Stein, Jr.

  • 16
    22
    U.S. Government Panel to Review Government Salaries 1 of 2 12/7/62 - 4/12/65
  • 16
    23
    U.S. Government Panel to Review Government Salaries 2 of 2 12/28/61 - 5/21/63
  • 17
    1
    B[ureau] of B[udget] Gover[ermen]t Task Force (Reorganization 6/5/64 - 12/15/64
  • 17
    2
    Budget Bureau SSJR 1 of 3 6/19/40 -12/14/44
  • 17
    3
    Budget Bureau SSJR [Sydney Stein, Jr.] 2 of 3 1/29/41 - 8/17/67

    Bulk of material in calendar year 1943

  • 17
    5
    Interview - Averell Harriman
  • 17
    6
    Dwight Ink 3/18/80 and 7/16/80

    Mr. Ink served in policy making positions under 7 Presidents he was influential in establishing OMB, EPA and the Postal Service as a government corporation

  • 17
    8
    McDonald Tape - Hughes, Price, Easer 2/8/80
  • 17
    9
    Kieffer, Jarold

    Presidential Advisor Truman - Reagan

  • 17
    10
    Murphy [interview]
  • 18
    1
    [Interview of ]Fred McNamara 12/3/79
  • 18
    2
    [Interview of] Millet, John D.
  • 18
    3
    Interview -James W. Rowe,Jr. 5/10/64, 9/9/69, 6/79

    3 separate interviews

  • 18
    4
    Oral Interview/ Stone, Don 1979
  • 18
    5
    Interview, The Truman White house 2/20/80

    Interviewees were Charles Murphy, James Webb, David Stone, and Richard Neustadt

  • 18
    6
    Notes, Elsey 7/1/80
  • 18
    7
    William Capren 7/10/80
  • 18
    8
    Interview William Carey 5/79
  • 18
    9
    Interview with Hale Champion 6/30/80
  • 18
    10
    Interview - Joseph P. Harris 12/7/79
  • 18
    11
    Notes William Hopkins 6/23/80
  • 18
    12
    Arthur Maass Interview notes 1/17/80
  • 18
    13
    Conversation with Arthur Minnich 7/31/80
  • 18
    14
    Don K. Price 7/10/80
  • 18
    15
    Bradley Patterson 6/25/80
  • 18
    16
    Maxwell Rabb 6/26/80
  • 18
    17
    Joe Rauh 7/3/80
  • 18
    18
    Mrs. Ann Whitman

    file only contains a note of Mrs. Whitman's expenses

  • 18
    19
    Summary notes of the Following Interviews 7/22/80
  • 18
    20
    A Nelson
  • 19
    1
    Interview with White House Staff FDR and HST 5/14/48 - 9/1/48
  • 19
    2
    Truman White House 5/17/48 - 2/17/53
  • 19
    3
    Oral History Session
  • 19
    4
    Oral history DDE 12/1966 - 1/30/68
  • 19
    5
    Interview Gordon Gray 6/25/75
  • 19
    6
    Interview - Stephen Horn 4/10/68

    Stephen Horn DID these interviews of White House personnel during DDE presidency

  • 19
    7
    Oral Interviews - Candidates For 2/22/79 - 7/8/80
  • 19
    8
    Interview - Donald Dawson
  • 19
    9
    Bernard Gladieux 3/17/80 - 7/16/80
  • 19
    10
    Luther Gulick 2/28/80
  • 19
    11
    W. Heller Oral History 12/14/77
  • 19
    12
    Requests for Reproduction from Various Sources
  • 19
    13
    National Academy of Public Administration 5/30/79 - 8/5/80

    Correspondence related to the study of the President and Administrative Management

  • 19
    14
    Libraries - Bills 5/19/80 - 8/15/80

    bills for photocopy from Presidential Libraries

  • 19
    15
    Truman Library - Bibliographical Suggestions 4/1960 - 10/19/77
  • 20
    1
    Eisenhower Library Finding Aid 10/1968

    includes 3 monographs: Partnership for Research (describes role of Sherman Adams in Eisenhower administration, John Foster Dulles' "Letter of Gift", Party Politics in the Eisenhower Administration

  • 20
    2
    Truman Library Finding Aid 4/1960
  • 20
    3
    Destler 10/3/79 - 8/1/80

    I.M.Dester was a senior associate at the Carngie Endowment for International Peace and participated in the study of the President and Administrative Management

  • 20
    4
    Mackenzie 9/6/79 - 7/30/80

    Cal Mackenzie of Colby College participated in the study of the President and Administrative Management

  • 20
    5
    The U.S. Presidential Libraries and the History of Political Economy Fall 1976

    Author James L. Cochrane, University of South Carolina

  • 20
    6
    PACGO 1958 1/98/58 - 12/23/58

    President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization

  • 20
    7
    PACGO 1959 2/27/59 - 11/24/59

    President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization

  • 20
    8
    PACGO 1960 1/22/60 - 5/29/60

    President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization

  • 20
    20
    Transition 1960 11/3/60 - 1/19/61
  • 20
    11
    Neustadt Memo 11/30/60

    Memo entitled "Staffing The President-Elect

  • 20
    21
    Space Council JFK 1/1/62 - 8/2/63
  • 20
    13
    Interdepartmental Concerns JFK 2/16/61 - 4/4/61
  • 20
    14
    JFK, CEA

    Council of Economic Advisers

  • 20
    15
    JFK, NSC. 8/8/47 - 11/21/61
  • 20
    16
    JFK L[ibrary] 4/18/80
  • 20
    17
    Heiman 7/24/80

    telephone conversation with Dave Davis, Exec. Dir. Mass. Port Authority

  • 20
    18
    Brookings Study Transition 1960 - 1961 11/11/1960
  • 20
    19
    Goodpaster Oral Interview 10/11/77 - 1/16/78
  • 20
    20
    Ash 1972 11/7/72 - 10/16/80

    Ash Council

  • 20
    21
    PACGO 1952 - 1953 12/14/52 - 6/12/53
  • 20
    22
    EAP PACGO General 1/12/53 - 12/7/60
  • 20
    23
    PAGCO 1954 6/27/54 - 12/14/54

    President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization

  • 20
    24
    PACGO 1955 1/25/55 - 11/1/55

    President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization

  • 20
    25
    PACGO 1956 4/2/56 - 12/27/56

    President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization

  • 21
    1
    PACGO 1957

    President's Advisory Committee on Government Organization

  • 21
    2
    Shanley Diary
  • 21
    3
    W[hite] H[ouse] Intergovt Relations 3/5/56 - 11/9/59
  • 21
    4
    WHO Cab[inet] Sec[retariat] 7/6/53 - 11/21/59
  • 21
    5
    WHO House Keeping 12/8/53 - 11/9/60
  • 21
    6
    White House Org.Misc 1/14/53 - 12/4/58
  • 21
    7
    White House Staff 11/21/52 - 7/28/80

    7/28/80 document summarizes material on organization during Eisenhower administration

  • 21
    8
    NSC 12/27/52 - 6/1980
  • 21
    9
    Nixon 2/3/58 - 2/28/58

    Letter from Eisenhower to Nixon and reply concerning transfer of power to Vice President in the event of Eisenhower's incapacity to fulfill office

  • 21
    10
    DDE Reorganization - First Secretary 3/19/56 - 1/22/60
  • 21
    11
    Personnel 11/29/49 - 6/28/79
  • 21
    21
    Reorg[anization] OPM 10/2/57 - 1/23/59
  • 21
    13
    D[wight]D E[isenhower] Activities Schedule 1/28/55 - October 1957

    DDE = D D Eisenhower

  • 21
    14
    D[wight]D E[isenhower] Adams 11/5/52 - 3/30/56
  • 21
    15
    BOB 4/7/53 - 9/24/59
  • 21
    16
    D[wight]D E[isenhower] Conference 1/19/56 - 1/1/57
  • 21
    17
    Dulles 1/21/53 - 11/10/58
  • 21
    18
    Staff Meeting - FDR 4/24/42
  • 21
    19
    FDR - General 2/20/36 - 7/28/80
  • 21
    20
    Leahy 9/7/42 9/4/46

    photo copies of diary

  • 21
    21
    Brownlou 1936
  • 21
    22
    CEA 4/1/53 - 1/3/61
  • 22
    1
    Econ. Policy 11/30/59 - 1/17/61
  • 22
    2
    Palen [Council on Foreign Economic Policy] DDE 1/18/54 - 1/20/61
  • 22
    3
    DDE Perception 11/10/52 - 12/8/58

    Dwight D Eisenhower

  • 22
    4
    DDE - Hegerty 12/9/58

    Advice from Jim Hagerty to Eisenhower on how the Office of the President should function in the last 2 years of his term

  • 22
    5
    DDE - Harlow 3/21/53 - 9/1/53
  • 22
    6
    Hoover Comm[ision] 9/28/55 - 6/27/58
  • 22
    7
    Jackson Subcommittee 6/4/59 - 6/14/60

    Senator Jackson's subcommittee dealt with "National Policy Machinery"

  • 22
    8
    Budget Bureau 1949 - 62 12/5/10 - 1/20/61

    BOB documents regarding management improvement in the executive Branch and the Executive Office of the President; also includes an undated document summarizing the development of the EOP organization

  • 22
    9
    McGeary - BOB 1/20/55 - 3/24/80
  • 22
    10
    The Bureau of the Budget and the Development of American Fiscal Policy 1939 - 1945 4/17/80

    Research paper by John William McKenzie Barber

  • 22
    11
    Notes on Conversation with George Elsey 1/4/46 - 2/17/64
  • 22
    12
    Office Memorandum 5/6/46 4/11/46 - 12/22/52

    includes several documents regarding the Office of War Mobilization and Reconversion

  • 22
    13
    1944 - 1947 OWMR, CEA, NSC, etc. 9/24/46 - 7/14/80

    9/24/46 document forwards a then classified summary of US-USSR relations

  • 22
    14
    Interview with Bernard L Gladieux 3/17/80
  • 22
    15
    Joint Oral History Interview: The Truman White House 1 of 2 11/13/80

    Charles S. Murphy, David Stonwe, James Webb, and Richard Neustadt

  • 22
    16
    Joint Oral History Interview: The Truman White House 2 of 2 12/4/80

    Charles S. Murphy, David Stonwe, James Webb, and Richard Neustadt

  • 23
    1
    Interview with Keyserling 11/28/80
  • 23
    2
    TA/HC Norton on WH Org 9/15/10 - 9/11/80

    Taft Commission on White House Organization

  • 23
    3
    "Dear Mr. President. . ." by Ira R,T. Smith with Joe Alex Morris 1949
  • 23
    4
    Managing the Federal Government: The Role of the President by Hugh Heclo 6/3/80
  • 23
    5
    Appendix to Doctrine of Presidential Management
  • 23
    6
    Overview of Management and the Presidential Office 2/16/57 - 7/28/80

    Assorted papers: Harlod Smith and Truman, Breuer as informal asst. to FDR in 1933, How the DDE White House worked, Stein's government service, Appleby on relationship of Tugwell and Hopkins to FDR

  • 23
    7
    interview Conducted by Staff of Heller and Associates as part of a study of White House space in 1955 2/21/55 - 4/26/55
  • 23
    8
    The Carter Reorganization Effort: A Review and Assessment by Ronald C Moe 9/16/80
  • 23
    9
    National Journal 12/13/75
  • 23
    10
    Presidential Control of Senior Civil Service: Assessing the strategies of the Nixon Years, 1969 - 1976

    by Richard L. Cole and David A. Caputo

  • 23
    11
    News Articles [OMB] 10/27/73 - 8/24/74
  • 23
    12
    Nixon - OMB of Management
  • 23
    13
    Ford [reorganization of White House staff] 4/6/74 - 7/26/75
  • 23
    14
    Eisenhower as an Activist President: A Look at New Evidence Winter 1979 - 1980

    by Fred I. Greenstein

  • 23
    16
    Truman 3/1946 - 2/15/80
  • 23
    16
    Taxes, Deficits, and Inflation 12/1978

    by David R. Cameron for Brookings Institute

  • 24
    1
    Government and Medical Care

    Rosemary Stevens, no date, appears to be an address, last reference dated 1975

  • 24
    2
    The Art and Craft of Policy Analysis 1979

    by Aaron Wilavsky

  • 24
    3
    Rational Fools: A Critique of the Behavioral Foundations of Economic Theory 1977

    also included in the folder The expansion of the Public Economy: A Comparative Analysis by David R. Cameron, The American Political Science Review, Vol. 72; and "Qualifications and Entitlement Matrix: Germany and the US in the Present Era, 1979

  • 24
    4
    Longitudinal Patterns of Policy Diffusion in Scandinavia, 1890-1965
  • 24
    5
    Inflation and Industrial Adjustment: The Politics of Supply 12/6/78

    by John Zysman

  • 24
    6
    The Brookings Institution Economic Studies Program, Taxation in the United Kingdom 5/1979

    y Joseph A Pechman

  • 24
    7
    1972 - 1979 a report The German Marshall Fund of the United States Spring 1979

    Also included is a research paper about the German health system, completed under The German Marshall Fund, regarding the health system, Chapter headings: The Nature, Sources and Limits of Physicians' Power; The Corporatist Context of Physician Politics; The Sources of Collective Power; The Nature and Sources of Discretionary Power; Limits on Collective Power - Countervailing Organizations; Limits on Collective Power - Reimbursement Methods; Limits on Discretionary Power - Economic Monitoring; Limits on Discretionary Power - The Board of Control Doctors; The Impact of Limits on Professional Power; Conclusion - Lessons for the United States

  • 24
    8
    [The German Marshall Fund of the United States] Report on Current Activities 7/1979
  • 24
    9
    Trade Union Between Disruption and Stability 10/1979

    by Colin Crouch

  • 24
    10
    The Problem of Monopoly in Federal Health Policy 10/1979

    by Debora A. Stone

  • 24
    11
    Diagnosis and the Dole: The Function of Illness in American Distributive Politics Fall 1979
  • 24
    12
    The Deserving Sick: Income-Maintenance Policy Towards the Ill and Disabled Winter 1978-1979
  • 24
    13
    Health Care Cost Containment in West Germany Summer 1979

    by Deborah A. Stone

  • 24
    14
    Physician as Gatekeeper: Illness Certification as a Rationing Device Spring 1979

    by Deborah A. Stone

  • 24
    15
    Backlash, Taxes and Welfare; Some Aggregate Tales , Told by Henrick Jess Madsen
  • 24
    16
    Public Reaction to the Growth of Taxation and Government Expenditure: A Preliminary Comparative Investigation 8/31/79

    by Douglas A Hibbs, Jr. and Henrik Jess Madsen

  • 24
    17
    LPP II 1958 - 2/1974
  • 24
    18
    Current Research in Social Security 1978
  • 25
    2
    On the Development of Taxes in Western European Countries 7/22/77
  • 25
    3
    Trends and Problems in Post-War Public Expenditure development in Western Europe
  • 25
    4
    Political Development and the Growth of Social Insurance Programs in Scandinavia 1/17/78

    by Stein Kuhnle

  • 25
    5
    The Development of Unemployment Insurance in Western Europe

    Jens Alber

  • 25
    6
    Education and Welfare State Entitlements in Europe and America 5/1978

    Chapter 10 The Development of Welfare States in Europe and America, Semi-final Draft by Arnold J. Heidenheimer

  • 25
    7
    The Growth of Social Insurance in Western Europe: Has Social Democracy Made a Difference? 8/12/79

    by Jens Alber

  • 25
    8
    Economic Inequality in the Advanced Capitalist Societies: A Comparative Analysis 1979

    by David R. Cameron, Yale University

  • 25
    9
    Comparative Politics and Public Policy 1980

    by Barbara N. McLennan, published by Duxbury Press

  • 25
    10
    Jones, Roger and [Sam Hughes] - Oral Interview Heclo/McGeary
  • 25
    11
    Oral History Interview with James H. Rowe, Jr by Jerry N. Hess 9/30/69 and 1/15/70

    also included is an undated interview by Heclo

  • 26
    1
    Transition '52 8/15/52 - 10/19/79
  • 26
    2
    Interview with John J. Corson
  • 26
    3
    Interview with James E. Webb 3/23/79
  • 26
    4
    Notes of Conversation with Mrs. Wayne (Grace) Coy 6/25/80
  • 26
    5
    Oral History

    Hand written notes

  • 26
    6
    Administrative Diary of Donald C. Stone 1 of 2 4/25/39 - 9/7/39
  • 26
    7
    Administrative Diary of Donald C. Stone 2 of 2 11/4/39 - 4/7/40

    Also included undated interview with Goodpastor Whitman, Saulnier, Gray, Staats, and Burns by HH

  • 27
    1
    Memorandums [regarding management of the Executive Office of the President 3/6/40 - 7/28/80
  • 27
    2
    Staffing the Presidency by Bradley D. Nash 12/1952

    a Planning Document published by The National Planning Association

  • 27
    3
    Interview with Don Stone 9/3/79
  • 27
    4
    Miscellaneous Information on the Means Furnished the President to Implement the Administrative Duties of His Office
  • 27
    5
    Memorandum on Organizing the Transition: A Tentative Checklist for the Weeks Between Election and Inaugural 9/15/60

    by Richard E. Neustadt

  • 27
    6
    an Historical Review of Plans for Presidential Staffing by Edward H. Hobbs 8/1956
  • 27
    7
    The Bureau of the Budget: A View from the Inside by Percy Rappaport 3/1956
  • 27
    8
    The Bureau of the Budget and Governmental Budgeting in Wartime 9/15/43

    by Gustave A. Moe

  • 27
    9
    The Transitional Presidency by Don K. Price
  • 27
    10
    Admin History [Applied Administrative Management American University] Spring 1948

    also included is a transcription of a short exchange between Congressman Phillips and Lawton regarding the significant increase in Truman's office budget

  • 27
    11
    Staff Meeting Division of Administrative Management 2/6/42
  • 27
    12
    Central Clearance [notes on discussion with Neustadt] 12/17/79
  • 27
    13
    White House Regional Management Conference 10/26/61
  • 27
    14
    Donald C. Stone 6/13/45 - 4/2/80

    administrative management activities of BOB, post-WW II federal government reorganization activities; US involvement in formulating UN Secretariat

  • 27
    15
    IKE [sic] Correspondence about the re-write of a text book, "Comparative Public Policy" 4/6/79 - 11/7/79
  • 28
    1
    Draft Report on Executive Office 6/25/45
  • 28
    2
    Interview with Roy Ash 9/23/80 and 9/24/84
  • 28
    3
    Notes of conversation with Lee Auspitz 11/7/80
  • 28
    4
    Conversation with Arthur Minnich 7/31/80
  • 28
    5
    Interview with Charles S. Stauffacher 7/29/80
  • 28
    6
    Interview with Bradley Patterson 6/25/80
  • 28
    7
    Notes from a conversation with Mrs. Ann Whitman 6/26/80
  • 28
    8
    Notes on Interview with Maxwell Rabb (from tape) 6/26/80
  • 28
    9
    Notes on Interview with George Elsey 7/1/80
  • 28
    10
    A Letter to the Next President

    While the document is not dated, it was written by Roy Ash and Mr. Reagan or Mr. Carter if he was to re-elected.

  • 28
    11
    Some Thoughts on the Lyndon B. Johnson White House
  • 28
    12
    Some Thoughts on the Eisenhower White House

    by A. Nelson

  • 28
    13
    FDR: Book Review

    Political Science Quarterly book reviewed, Hitler vs. Roosevelt: The Undeclared Naval War by Thomas A. Bailey and Paul B. Ryan 1979

  • 28
    14
    The Origins of Massive Retaliation Spring 1981
  • 28
    15
    Presidential Management of Budgetary and Fiscal Policy making Fall 1980

    Political Science Quarterly

  • 28
    16
    Eisenhower Group

    notes from a group interview

  • 29
    1
    [Tape of Interview of] Luther Gulick 1 of 2 2/28/80
  • 29
    2
    [Tape of Interview of] Luther Gulick 2 of 2 2/28/80
  • 29
    3
    [Tape of Interview of] Bernard L. Gladieux 1 of 2 3/17/80
  • 29
    4
    [Tape of Interview of]Bernard L. Gladieux 2 of 2 3/17/80
  • 29
    5
    [Tape of Interview of] Fred A. McNarama 12/3/79
  • 29
    6
    [Tape of Interview of] Dwight Ink 1 of 2 (McGeary) 3/18/80
  • 29
    7
    [Tape of Interview of] Dwight Ink 1 of 2 (McGeary) 3/18/80
  • 29
    8
    [Tape of Interview of] Dwight Ink 1 of 2 (Heclo) 3/18/80
  • 29
    9
    [Tape of Interview of] Dwight Ink 2 of 2 (Heclo) 3/18/80
  • 29
    10
    [Tape of Interview of] Jarold Kieffer 1 of 3 1/28/80

    tapes 2 and 3 missing from collection

  • 29
    11
    [Tape of Interview of] John D. Millett 1 of 2 1/29/80

    2nd tape missing from collection

Significant Persons Associated With the Collection

  • Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969.
  • Heclo, Hugh
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973.
  • Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972.

Significant Places Associated With the Collection

  • United States--Politics and government--1945-1989.