A Guide to the Louis Arthur Johnson Papers, ca. 1930-1964 Johnson, Louis Arthur, Papers 8476

A Guide to the Louis Arthur Johnson Papers, ca. 1930-1964

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Accession Number 8476


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Accession number
8476
Title
Louis Arthur Johnson Papers ca. 1930-1964
Physical Characteristics
This collection consists of ca. 56 linear feet of correspondence, memoranda, appointment schedues, speeches, press releases, photographs, phonographs records, films, scrapbooks, and printed material.
Language
English

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Preferred Citation

Louis Arthur Johnson Papers, Accession #8476, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

The Louis Arthur Johnson Papers were a gift from the estate of Louis Johnson through Mr. I. Martin Leavitt of Steptoe and Johnson, Washington, D. C., and Mr. Oscar J. Andre, Steptoe and Johnson, Clarksburg, West Virginia, on 9 January 1966. Some of the files were picked up by staff members in sealed and labeled transfer cases from Johnson's office at 1250 Connecticut Avenue, Washington, D. C., and some were picked up in similar cases from a storeroom in Clarksburg. Mrs. Ruth B. Nutter, Colonel Johnson's secretary for many years, undertook the assembling and organization of the papers before they were boxed and sealed.


Biographical/Historical Information

Louis Arthur Johnson was born on January 10, 1891, in Roanoke, Virginia, the son of Marcellus A. and Katherine Leftwich Johnson. After graduating from Jefferson High School, Roanoke, in 1908, he entered the University of Virginia and graduated in 1912 with the degree of Bachelor of Law. Johnson was president of the law class of 1912, a winner of public speaking awards, heavy-weight boxing and wrestling champion of the University, and a member of Delta Chi, Delta Sigma Rho, and the Raven Society.

Moving to Clarksburg, West Virginia, in September, 1912, Johnson associated with John S. Rixey and Philip P. Steptos under the name of Steptoe, Rixey, and Johnson. After one year, the firm became Steptoe and Johnson and grew to be one of the most important in the state, with offices in Clarksburg and Charleston, West Virginia, and in Washington, D. C.

In 1916, Johnson represented Harrison County in the House of Delegates and served as Chairman of the judiciary committee. Soon after the legislature adjourned, Johnson became an officer candidate in the Second Officers Training School at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana. He was commissioned Captain, Infantry Section, Officers' Reserve Corps on November 27, 1917, and served with the 42nd Company, 11th Training Battalion and the 18th Company, 5th Training Battalion, 155th Depot Brigade until March 13, 1918 when he was transferred to the 305th Ammunition Train.

Johnson travelled overseas in May and was appointed Adjutant of the Train. He participated in the Meuse-Argonne offensive and was honorably discharged on June 5, 1919, at Camp Dix, New Jersey. He was decorated with the rank of Commandeur Ordre National de la Legion D'Honneur by the Republic of France. Johnson continued his interest in military affairs by accepting a commission in the Officers' Reserve Corps.

Colonel Johnson participated in the national organization of the American Legion in 1919 and served in various capacities until he was elected National Commander in 1932. He was later elected a life member of the National Executive Committees and headed the Legion's Commission on Post-War American in 1943.

From 1933 to 1937, Johnson served as Civilian Aids to the Secretary of War for the state of West Virginia. He was also a member of the Federal Advisory Council of the United States Employment Services for several years. Johnson was a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in 1924 and served as chairman of the Veterans Advisory Committee of the Democratic National Committee from 1936 to 1937. In 1948, he served as chairman of the Finance Committee of the Democratic National Committee and was chief fund raiser for President Truman's campaign.

From June 1937 through July 1940, Johnson served as Assistant Secretary of War where he voiced enthusiastic and effective support for the cause of national defense at a time when isolationism was a major topic of legislative discussion. In this post, he fought for an expanded air force and for an active program of industrial mobilization. Johnson disagreed with Secretary of War Harry Woodring over the transfer of arms to countries then fighting Germany. As a result, both men were replaced by President Roosevelt in 1940.

From 1942 to 1947, Johnson served under the Alien Property Custodian, and on the Boards of General Aniline & Film Corporation and of General Dyestuff Corporation in New York.

From March through December, 1942, Johnson was the President's personal representative to India. As chairman of the American Advisory Mission, it was Johnson's objective to demtermine by means of a technical survey how the United States could most effectively aid in the expansion of India's war production.

Appointed Secretary of Defense in March, 1949, Johnson conducted a vigorous program to cut defense expenditures and to unify the armed forces while maintaining a maximum of military strength. As the result of a long disagreement with Secretary of State Dean Acheson regarding the relative significance of Europe and Asia in American political thinking, Johnson resigned on September 19, 1950, and resumed his law practice. He spent his remaining years mainly in Washington, D. C.

Johnson was a Mason, an Elk, a Rotarian, a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, and a member of the American, West Virginia, and New York City bar associations. His clubs included Clarksburg Country; Bohemian of San Francisco; University, Drug and Chemical, and City Midday of New York; and Metropolitan, National Press, Army and Navy, Burning Tree, and Chevy Chase of Washington.

He married Ruth Frances Maxwell of Clarksburg in 1920. They had two daughters, Lillian Maxwell and Mrs. A. C. C. Hill, Jr. He died on April 24, 1966 at the age of seventy-five.

Scope and Content Information

The Louis Arthur Johnson Papers, ca. 1930-1964, consist of ca. 56 linear feet of correspondence, memoranda, appointment schedules, speeches, press releases, photographs, phonograph records, films, scrapbboks, and printed material, resulting from Johnson's career as Assistant Secretary of War, 1937 to 1940, as President Roosevelt's personal representative to India, 1942, and as Secretary of Defense, 1949 to 1950. His lifelong interest in the American Legion is also represented in the correspondence. Only a small amount of material from th eyears preceding his tenure in the War Department, from the years following his resignation as Assistant Secretary of War, and from the years following his term as Secretary of Defense is contained in this collection.

The major portion of the collection consists of correspondence between Johnson and his friends, supporters, American Legion acquaintances, and various business leaders and political figures associated with the concerns of national defense. Johnson's letters are usually very short and "to the point." His overriding concern for adequate national defense, his support for an expanded air force, and for an active program of industrial mobilization are well-documented in the Assistant Secretary of War material.

The India papers document Johnson's activities while visiting India and contain a number of letters from Prime Minister Jawaharlaw Nehru.

The Secretary of Defense papers contain a great deal of general correspondence between Johnson and his friends and supporters. Commentary on Johnson's efforts to reduce defense expenditures and on the unification of the armed forces abounds throught this material. Many of the letters are from people who voice approval of various aspects of his policies. There is little documentation of Johnson's dispute with Secretary of State Acheson concerning Far Eastern policy.

An excellent photograph collection and a comprehensive newspaper clippings file provide thorough documentation for Johnson's long and active public career. Eleven scrapbooks, from 1949 to 1950, provide excellent coverage of Johnson's tenure as Secretary of Defense.

The papers only concern Johnson's political career, and only for the years of public service. Personal papers, papers from his legal practice, from his business connections, and from state political activies are, with few exceptions, not included in this collection.

Organization

The collection arrived at the University having been reviewed and organized previously by Mrs. Nutter, Colonel Johnson's secretary. It was decided to retain Mrs. Nutter's basic arrangement of the material into three groups: Papers of the Assistant Secretary of War, India Papers, and Papers of the Secretary of Defense. Loose papers and material not included in the three major groups were sorted into three minor groups: papers preceding Johnson's tenure as Assistant Secretary of War, papers between his service as Assistant Secretary of War and Secretary of Defense, and papers following his term as Secretary of Defense. A group of photographs and a group of newspaper and magazine clippings were arranged at the end of the collection. A list of scrapbooks, film, phonograph records and oversize items following the container listing.

Series I: Papers of Louis A. Johnson, ca. 1930-1935

This material consists of speeches and notes for speeches, chronologically arranged, together with a few miscellaneous items, also arranged chronologically.

Series II: Papers of the Assistant Secretary of War, 1936(1937-1940) 1941

This material was originally grouped into seven catagories and was condensed into six groups as follows:

Subseries A: General Correspondence, 1937-1940; and Correspondence with Specific Individuals, ca. 1936-ca. 1941.

General political correspondence including material of the following nature: speaking engagements and speeches; industrial mobilization and preparedness; American Legion Conventions and meetings; dinner and banquet invitations; Veterans' appeals; job requests; official memoranda; and reserve commission requests. The container listing which follows this section provides a list of the folders filed by individual names. The general letter file includes either personal or general correspondence with the following people: Colonel J. H. Burns, Ordnance Department Executive; Homer Cummings; John W. Davis; Hardy C. Dillard; Ben Dorris of the American Legion; William O. Douglas; John Ewing, the Shreveport Times; James Farley, Postmaster General; W. Averell Harriman; J. Edgar Hoover; Cordell Hull; J. Monroe Johnson, Assistant Secretary of Commerce; A. D. Lewis, Assistant to President, United Mine Workers; Drew Pearson' memoranda to President Roosevelt; C. R. Smith, President of American Airlines; Henry L. Stimson; and Sumner Welles, Under Secretary of State.

The individually labeled folders were placed before each general correspondence folder of the same letter of the alphabet. Correspondence was pulled from the general file if the individual concerned already had a separate folder. This was done because the material in both files is similar.

Subseries B: Case Files, 1937-1940

Correspondence, memoranda, and papers on various topics including the following: Aeronautics, Air power, Aircraft expansion, American Legion, Appointments, Army, Army and Navy Munitions Board, Democratic National Convention, Industrial Mobilization, National Defense Policy Committee, National Defense Power Committee, Resignation, State Department, Strategic Materials, and War Resources Board.

The files are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Subseries D: Appontments schedue, 1937-1940

Daily Journal, 1938 Jan. 1-1940 July 25; Daily Schedule, 1937 June 21-1938 May 15; Appointments Calendar, 1940 Jan. 2-Dec. 28; Correspondence Indexes (Incomplete), 1937-1939.

Subseries E: Speeches. 1937-1940

Chronological.

Subseries F. Miscellaneous Papers of the Assistant Secretary of War, ca. 1937-1940

This group is comprised of material which did not fit into any of the other groups.

1. Johnson's letter of resignation, 25 July 1940. 2. Desk papers, 1937-1940. 3. Miscellaneous items, ca. 1937-ca. 1940, arranged alphabetically.

Series III: Papers of Louis A. Johnson, 1940-1948

This material was grouped into four categories.

Subseries A. Correspondence: Cordell Hull, President Roosevelt, and a general alphabetical file.

Subseries B. Reports, Proceedings, and Minutes, 1944 Feb.-1946 May

Subseries C. Speeches and Addresses, 1941 Aug.-1948 May, chronologically arranged.Subseries D. Miscellaneous items, 1940 July-1947, alphabetically arranged.

Series IV: Papers re: India, 1942-1964

Subseries A. Correspondence with Jawaharlal Nehru, 1942-1964

Subseries B. Correspondence re: India, 1942-1958, arranged chronologically.

Subseries C. Correspondence re: Nehru Dinner, 1949-1950, arranged chronologically.Subseries D. Miscellaneous Items, 1942-1956, chronologically arranged.

Subseries E. Photographs [1942], n.d.

Series V: Papers of the Secretary of Defense, ca. 1949-1950

This material was originally grouped into five categories as follows:

Subseries A. General Correspondence, 1949-1950

This material arrived at the library sorted into coded groups, possibly arranged by Johnson's secretary, Mrs. Nutter. These groups were maintained in the event that a key to the code was discovered, and because the groups had a certain integrity. One exception to the preservation of the original order was the interfiling of coded groups J40, J119, J120, J191, and J122. This was done for two reasons: the amount of material in each group was small and the material in the groups was very similar. A description of the coded groups follows:

(1)General Personal and Official Correspondence and Papers (Code J105).

Content: Mainly letters of friendship, expressions of opinion, congratulations, condolences, and general greetings as well as a small number of directives and statements concerning unification and the reduction of personnel.

Arrangement: 1. Correspondence, arranged alphabetically. 2. Miscellaneous Items, arranged alphabetically.

3. Commendatory Correspondence following Johnson's resignation, arranged alphabetically.

(2) Correspondence re: Appointments (Code J106), arranged alphabetically.

(3)Correspondence re: Requests for photographs and autographed photos (Code J107), arranged alphabetically.

(4)Correspondence re: Newspaper clippings, editorials, magazine articles, and television programs (Code J108), mainly concerning unification. Alphabetically arranged.

(5) Correspondence: Congratulatory, concerning Johnson's appointment as Secretary of Defense and concerning his celebration dinner and coffee caucas (Code J109). Alphabetically arranged.

(6) Correspondence and Papers re: Luncheon and dinner invitations (Code J110).

Arrangement: 1. Correspondence, arranged alphabetically. 2. Correspondence re: Nehru dinner, removed to India file. 3. Guest lists, arranged chronologically.

(7) Correspondence re: memberships in various clubs and requests to serve on special committees (Code J112). Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

(8) Letters of Introduction for various people traveling abroad (Code J113). Alphabetically arranged.

(9) Thank-you letters from Johnson (Code J114), for copies of articles, books, and gifts. Alphabetically arranged.

(10) Correspondence re: Visits by Johnson to various colleges and universities (Code J115). Arranged alphabetically by college.

(11) Correspondence re: Speeches given by Johnson and others, articles by Johnson, dinner talks, parades, and other official and ceremonial functions of the Secretary of Defense (Code J40, J119, J120, J121, J122). This material is arranged chronologically, with the identifying code retained on each item.

Subseries B. Safe-File, 1949-1950

This file consists of official and political material. An index is included in the first folder. Arranged alphabetically.

Subseries C. Engagements Calendars, 1949-1950

Chronologically arranged.

Subseries D. Speeches, Press Releases, and Press Conferences, 1949-1950

Chronologically arranged.

Subseries E. Miscellaneous Papers, 1949-1950

This material consists of three groups:

1. Typescripts of Staff Meetings of the Secretary of Defense, 1950 Jan. 13-July 3
2. Address lists and directories, 1949-1950. Arranged alphabetically.
3. Miscellaneous Items, 1949 March-1950 Sept., arranged alphabetically.

Series VI: Miscellaneous Papers of Louis A. Johnson, 1950-1964.

This material was sorted into the following groups:

Subseries A. Correspondence, 1950-1964. Arranged Alphabetically. B. Miscellaneous items and speeches, 1950-1957, arranged chronologically.

Subseries C. Printed Material, 1951, Proceedings of Hearings, U. S. Senate Committee on Armed Services and Committee on Foreign Relations.

Series VII: Photographs, 1938-1957, n.d.

Most of the photos are of Louis Johnson either alone or with other people. Included are photographs of President Truman, General Omar Bradley, Dean Acheson, James Forrestal, Jawaharlal Nehru, and General MacArthur.

Chronological with an album placed at the rear of the foldered items.

Series VIII: Newspaper and Magazine Clippings, ca. 1930-1963, n.d.

The newspaper clippings are chronologically arranged by year and are followed by the magazine clippings, also chronologically arranged by year.

Series IX: Oversize

Contents List

Series I: Papers of Louis Arthur Johnson
  • Box 1
    Drafts of speeches and notes for speeches by Johnson before various groups, 2 folders ca. 1930-ca. 1934, n.d.
  • Box 1
    Speeches by Johnson 1932 Oct.-1936 Oct., n.d.
  • Box 1
    Drafts of speeches and notes for speeches by Louis Johnson ca. 1933-ca. 1935, n.d.
  • Box 1
    Lecture, "The Munitions Problem of the United States," by Brig. Gen. Colden L'H. Ruggles 1930 Feb. 18
  • Box 1
    Program, Twelfth Annual American Legion Convention 1930 Sept. 1-3
Series II: Papers of the Assistant Secretary of War, 1936 (1937-1940)1941
  • Subseries A: General Correspondence
    • Box 2
      Correspondence-Aiken, Paul C. 1937 Oct. 30-1940
    • Box 2
      Correspondence-Alexander, Hon. C. B. ca. 1937 Nov.-1939 Nov.
    • Box 2
      Correspondence-Alexander, Hon. George M. ca. 1937-1939
    • Box 2
      Correspondence-General (Ab-Ay), 3 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 2
      Correspondence-Baruch, B. M. 1937 Sept. -1940 June
    • Box 3
      Correspondence-Beacom, Pat ca. 1937 Aug. -1939 Nov.
    • Box 3
      Correspondence-Bealle, Morris (Plain Talk Magazine) ca. 1937 July-1938 Dec.
    • Box 3
      Correspondence-Bergman, Alfred ca. 1938-1940
    • Box 3
      Correspondence-Blake, Edward L. ca. 1937 Nov.-1939 Nov.
    • Box 3
      Correspondence-Bolles, Colonel Lemuel ca. 1939 Feb.-1940 Feb.
    • Box 3
      Correspondence-Booth, Charles E. 1937 Aug.-1938 Feb.
    • Box 3
      Correspondence-Burlew, E. K. ca. 1939 Jan.-1940 Jan.
    • Box 3
      Correspondence-Butcher, Harry C. ca. 1939
    • Box 3
      Correspondence-General (Ba-Belf), 3 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 4
      Correspondence-General (Bell-Br), 5 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 5
      Correspondence-General (Br-By), 4 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 5
      Correspondence- Carr, Col. Irving ca. 1931 Jan.-June
    • Box 5
      Correspondence-Carson, Joe 1936 May-1940 March
    • Box 5
      Correspondence-Carter, Amon G. 1938 March-1940 June
    • Box 6
      Correspondence-Chadbourne, Hon. William M. ca. 1938 Aug.-1939 May
    • Box 6
      Correspondence-Chapman, Oscar L. ca. 1938 May-1940 Jan.
    • Box 6
      Correspondence-Chilton, Hon. W. E., Jr. and Sr. 1937 Aug.-1939 Nov.
    • Box 6
      Correspondence-Corey, Herbert ca. 1939 Feb.-1940 March
    • Box 6
      Correspondence-Cornwell, J.J. 1937 Aug.-1940 July
    • Box 6
      Correspondence-Craig, Gen. Malin 1939 June-Nov.
    • Box 6
      Memoranda (1-125)-Crain, J. K. ca. 1933 May-1934 April
    • Box 6
      Memoranda (126-180)-Crain, J. K. 1934 April-Aug.
    • Box 6
      Correspondence-General (Ca) 1937-1940
    • Box 7
      Correspondence-General (Ch-Cran), 4 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 8
      Correspondence-General (Craw-Cy) 1937-1940
    • Box 8
      Correspondence-Davis, George A. 1937 Dec.-1940 Feb.
    • Box 8
      Correspondence-Davis, Joseph T. 1938 Jan.-1939 Dec.
    • Box 8
      Correspondence-Deatherage, George E. ca. 1939 May-June
    • Box 8
      Correspondence-Devine, Maurice F. 1938 Aug.-1940 July
    • Box 8
      Correspondence-Dixon, Hon. Frank M. 1938 May-1940 June
    • Box 8
      Correspondence-Doyle, J. H. ca. 1936 Aug.-1940 July
    • Box 8
      Correspondence-Doyle, William H. ca. 1939 June-1940 June
    • Box 9
      Correpsondence-Drain, General James A. 1938 June-1940 June
    • Box 9
      Correspondence-Dunlop, Edgar B. ca. 1937 July-1940 July
    • Box 9
      Correspondence-General (Da-Dy), 4 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 10
      Correspondence-Edison, Hon. Charles ca. 1937 Nov.-1940 March
    • Box 10
      Correspondence-Edmiston, Andrew ca. 1937 Nov.-1940 July
    • Box 10
      Correspondence-Elder, Bowman ca. 1937 Jan. -1940 May
    • Box 10
      Correspondence-Evan, Silliman ca. 1939 Oct.-1940 May
    • Box 10
      Correspondence-General (Ea-Fa), 3 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 11
      Correspondence-General (Fe-Fy), 3 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 11
      Correspondence-Gadsden, Philip H. 1937 Nov.-1940 July
    • Box 11
      Correspondence-Gastineau Family, Charleston, W. Va. ca. 1939 June-1940 July
    • Box 11
      Correspondence-Gastineau, L. O. 1932 Oct.-1937 March
    • Box 11
      Correspondence-Gilmore, Hon. Earl E. ca. 1938 Nov.-1939 July
    • Box 11
      Correspondence-Gilmore, John W. ca. 1937 Oct.-1939 Jan.
    • Box 12
      Correspondence-Gregory, B. L. 1937 July-1939 Jan.
    • Box 12
      Correspondence-Griffith, Paul ca. 1937 Nov.-1939 March
    • Box 12
      Correspondence-Grimmett, C. C. 1937 Dec.-1939 Nov.
    • Box 12
      Correspondence-General (Ga-Gw), 4 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 13
      Correspondence-Harl, Maple T. 1938 Jan.-1939 Aug.
    • Box 13
      Correspondence-Harlan, M. A. 1937 Oct.-1940 May
    • Box 13
      Correspondence-Harper, Clarence L. 1938 Feb.-June
    • Box 13
      Correspondence-Hart, Walter L. ca. 1937 Sept.-1940 June
    • Box 13
      Correspondence-Harrington, A. W. 1938 March-1940 May
    • Box 13
      Correspondence-Holt, Homer A. 1937 July-1940 March
    • Box 13
      Correspondence-Hopkins, Harry L. 1937 Sept.-1939 March
    • Box 13
      Correspondence-Horner, Henry 1939 Jan.-April
    • Box 13
      Correspondence-Hull, Hon. Cordell 1937 Dec.-1940 Feb.
    • Box 13
      Correspondence-General (Ha-Harr), 2 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 14
      Correspondence-General (Har-Hoy), 5 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 15
      Correspondence-General (Hu-Hy) 1937-1940
    • Box 15
      Correspondence-Ickes, Harold L., Sec. Of Interior ca. 1938 June-1940 June
    • Box 15
      Correspondence-Israel, C. F. 1937 Nov.-1940 April
    • Box 15
      Correspondence-General (I-Johnson, M.), 5 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 16
      Correspondence-General (Johnson, P.-Ju) 1937-1940
    • Box 16
      Correspondence-Kelley, Hon. Charles Q 1939 Dec.-1940 May
    • Box 16
      Correspondence-Kennedy, Hon. Alfred J. ca. 1937 Sept.-1940 June
    • Box 16
      Correspondence-Kennedy, John A. ca. 1937 Aug.-1940 June
    • Box 16
      Correspondence-Kennedy, Joseph P. ca. 1938 April-1939 Aug.
    • Box 16
      Correspondence-Kerwin, Hon. Hugh ca. 1938 Feb.-1939 Jan.
    • Box 16
      Correspondence-King, Judson Director, National Popular Government League 1939 Nov.-1940 Feb.
    • Box 16
      Correspondence-General (Ka-Ke), 2 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-General (Ki-Ky), 2 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-Lane, Darrell T. ca. 1937 Oct.-1940 July
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-Langfitt, Dr. F. V. 1938 Sept., 1939 July
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-Law, Hon. Richard R. 1937 July-1939 May
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-Lawall, Charles ca. 1939 Oct.-1940 Feb.
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-Lewis, John L. 1938 Feb.-1939 Nov.
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-Ling, Percy 1938 Feb., 1939 Jan.
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-Litchfield, George A. ca. 1939 June-1940 Jan.
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-Loar, Lawson L. 1937 Aug.-1939 March
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-Lookabill, L. E. ca. 1939 Jan.-1940 April
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-Lyon, Norman "Pat" ca. 1938 Jan.-1939 March
    • Box 17
      Correspondence-General (La) 1937-1940
    • Box 18
      Correspondence-General (Le-Ly), 4 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 18
      Correspondence-McFarland, Earl (Lt. Col., Ordnance Dept.) 1932 Jan.-1936 Jan.
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-McGrail, Edward 1937 Sept.-1940 June
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-McKay, Osborne E. ca. 1937 July-1939 Aug.
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-McKee, Mark T. ca. 1937 Dec.-1940 June
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-McKenzie, Charles ca. 1937 Sept.-1939 April
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-MacKenzie, Vic 1940 April-May
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-McManaway, J. C. 1937 July-1940 July
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-McNutt, Paul V. ca. 1937 Sept.-1940 March
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-Mallison, Hon. Sam T. ca. 1937 Nov.-1939 Aug.
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-Manly, Basil 1938 June-1940 April
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-Martigny, Francois de. 1937 Sept.-1939 Dec.
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-Meyer, Eugene 1938 Nov.-1939 Sept.
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-Miller, Earl ca. 1937 Dec.-1939 Sept.
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-Miller, Harlan ca. 1939 May-1940 June
    • Box 19
      Correspondence--Miller, Watson B. ca. 1937 July-1939 Oct.
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-Minton, Sherman ca. 1938 June-1939 Feb.
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-Mitchell, Harry L. ca. 1937 July-1940 June
    • Box 19
      Correspondence-Moore, George, M. 1939 Jan.-1940 June
    • Box 20
      Correspondence-Morris, Bernard C. ca. 1938 Nov.-1940 Jan.
    • Box 20
      Correspondence-Morris, Hon. James W. ca. 1938 Jan.-1939 May
    • Box 20
      Correspondence-General (McA-Map), 5 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 21
      Correspondence-General (Mar-Mowles), 4 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 22
      Correspondence-General (Mu-My) 1937-1940
    • Box 22
      Correspondence-Neely, M. M. ca. 1937 Sept.-1940 May
    • Box 22
      Correspondence-Nesbitt, Gen. Carl 1937 Aug.-1938 Jan.
    • Box 22
      Correspondence-General (Na-Nu), 2 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 22
      Correspondence-O'Connor, Basil ca. 1939
    • Box 22
      Correspondence-O'Connor, J. F. T. ca. 1937 Jan.-1939 March
    • Box 22
      Correspondence-Ogden, Herschel ca. 1938 Dec.-1939 Jan.
    • Box 22
      Correspondence-General (Oa-Ou) 1937-1940
    • Box 23
      Correspondence-Parks, Major John N. 1937 Nov.-1938 Oct.
    • Box 23
      Correspondence-Pershing, Gen. John J. ca. 1938 March-1939 April
    • Box 23
      Correspondence-Persons, W. Frank ca. 1937 Dec.
    • Box 23
      Correspondence-Philips, Harold K. ca. 1937 July-1940 May
    • Box 23
      Correspondence-Pollard, Robert ca. 1937 Oct.-1940 Jan.
    • Box 23
      Correspondence-Pollitz, Colonel Walter S. ca. 1938 Sept.-1940 May
    • Box 23
      Correspondence-Porter, Hon. H. Hobart 1937 Nov.-1940 May
    • Box 23
      Correspondence-Pownall, Hetz ca. 1937 Aug.-1939 Jan.
    • Box 23
      Correspondence-General (Pa) 1937-1940
    • Box 24
      Correspondence-General (Pe-Py), 4 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 24
      Correspondence-Quinn, Hon. John R. ca. 1937 Aug.-1940 March
    • Box 24
      Correspondence-General (Q) 1937-1940
    • Box 24
      Correspondence-Ramsay, Hon. D. H. ca. 1938 Aug.-1939 Jan.
    • Box 24
      Correspondence-Randerson, J. Howard ca. 1937 July-1940 July
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Randolph, J. H. 1937 Jan.-1940 April
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Randolph, Hon. Jennings 1937 July-1940 Jan.
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Redden, Harold P. ca. 1938 March-1940 Feb.
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Reynolds, S. W. ca. 1937 May-1940 May
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Reynolds, W. D. ca. 1937 Aug.-Sept.
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Rhawn, H. G. 1937 July-1940 June
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Robinson, Claude ca. 1937 Sept.-1940 May
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Robinson, Joseph W. 1938 Oct.-1940 June
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Rolland, Eugene ca. 1938 Jan.-1940 Jan.
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Ross, Philip, L., Jr. ca. 1938 June-1940 May
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Rushton, Col. Marion ca. 1938 Nov.-1940 May
    • Box 25
      Correspondence-Ryan, Oswald ca. 1937 Aug.-1940 May
    • Box 26
      Correspondence-General (Ra-Ror), including memoranda to the President, FDR, 6 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-General (Ros-Ry), 2 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Scott, Major Ralph Cook 1938 June-1940 April
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Shaver, Hon. Clem ca. 1937 Aug.-1938 Dec.
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Shingleton, Col. P. D. 1937 Aug.-1940 July
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Shoop, Hon. Max 1937 Oct.-1940 May
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Silcox, Helen ca. 1937 Oct.-1939 June
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Siminoff, Capt. Tony 1939 Feb.-1940 April
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Simpson, Burr, H., Commissioner, W. Va. 1937 July-1940 March
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Simpson, Hon. Clarence M. 1938 Dec.-1939 Sept.
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Smith, C. E. 1938 Jan.-1939 Sept.
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Smith, C. R. ca. 1938 March-1940 June
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Smith, Charles Brooks ca. 1939 Nov.-1940 May
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Smith, Claude 1937 Sept.-1940 May
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Snedeker, Albert ca. 1938 June-1939 Nov.
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Snoberger, R. E. ca. 1938 Nov.-1940 Feb.
    • Box 27
      Correspondence-Spear, Hon Nathaniel, J 1937 Oct.-1940 June
    • Box 28
      Correspondence-Spurr, A. C. 1937 July-1940 July
    • Box 28
      Correspondence-Starling, Howard M. 1938 Feb.-1939 Oct.
    • Box 28
      Correspondence-Stern, Samuel ca. 1938 Sept.-1939 June
    • Box 28
      Correspondence-Stettinius, Edward R., Jr.; Correspondence and copies of Stettinius Sr's War Correspondence 1918 March-1921 Jan., 1938 April-1940 May
    • Box 28
      Correspondence-Strosnider, Hon. Homer ca. 1937 Oct.-1940 May
    • Box 28
      Correspondence-Sullivan, John L. ca. 1938 Oct.-1939 Dec.
    • Box 28
      Correspondence-Swearingen, W. Dean 1937 July-1940 June
    • Box 28
      Correspondence-General (Sa-Sha), 3 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 29
      Correspondence-General (She-Sta), 5 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 30
      Correspondence-General (Ste-Sz), 3 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 30
      Correspondence-Tabler, Ray ca. 1937 Aug.-1938 March
    • Box 30
      Correspondence-Thompson, E. S. ca. 1937 Sept.-1940 April
    • Box 30
      Correspondence-Thurmond, Hon. Walter ca. 1937 Aug.-1939 Jan.
    • Box 30
      Correspondence-Tim, Louis B. ca. 1938 May-1940 June
    • Box 30
      Correspondence-Toulmin, Col. H. A. Jr. ca. 1937 July-1940 July
    • Box 30
      Correspondence-Treadwell, Joseph A. ca. 1937 Dec.-1940 Feb.
    • Box 30
      Correspondence-General (Ta-Th) 1937-1940
    • Box 31
      Correspondence-General (Ti-V), 3 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 31
      Correspondence-Witherell, Walter B. 1939-1940
    • Box 31
      Correspondence-General (Wa-Wh), 3 folders 1937-1940
    • Box 32
      Correspondence-General (Wic-Z), 6 folders 1937-1940
  • Subseries B, Case Files, 1937-1940
    • Box 33
      Aeronautics-Correspondence re: Civil Aeronautics Authority 1938 May-1940 April
    • Box 33
      Aeronautics-Correspondence with Harilee Branch, Vice Chairman, Civil Aeronautics Authority 1937 Dec.-1939 Nov.
    • Box 33
      Aids to Secretary of War, Civilian and Military-Correspondence 1937 May-Aug.
    • Box 33
      Air Power, Comparison of Major Nations-Correspondence and Papers 1938 Dec.-1939 Jan.
    • Box 33
      Aircraft-Correspondence and Papers re: Supplemental Estimate of Funds for Procurement of Airplanes 1939 Jan.
    • Box 33
      Aircraft-Breakdown of cost of 1,000 Army Airplanes 1938 Oct.
    • Box 33
      Aircraft-Outline Policy of the War and Navy Depts. For export and domestic sale of aircraft and aircraft equipment 1939 Sept.-Oct.
    • Box 33
      Aircraft-Clippings 1940 March 25-27
    • Box 34
      Aircraft-Newspaper Clippings 1940 March-April
    • Box 34
      Aircraft-Correspondence and Papers 1938 Sept.-Nov.
    • Box 34
      Aircraft Expansion-Correspondence and Papers 1938 Dec.-1940 June
    • Box 34
      Aircraft Expansion Conference-Correspondence and Papers 1938 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 34
      Aircraft Expansion Conference, 1939 July 10-Correspondence and Proceedings 1939 June-July
    • Box 34
      Aircraft Expansion-Memoranda to Johnson and Papers 1938 Oct.
    • Box 34
      Aircraft Expansion-Press Releases 1938 Nov. 23
    • Box 35
      Aircraft Expansion, Navy-Correspondence 1938 Oct.-1939 Sept.
    • Box 35
      Aircraft Expansion, Requirements and Resources-Correspondence and Papers 1938 Oct.-Nov.
    • Box 35
      Aircraft, Foreign Sale of-Newspaper Clippings, 2 folders 1940 Feb. 4-March 24
    • Box 35
      Aircraft, Procurement Act of 1939-Papers 1939 Jan.-March
    • Box 35
      Airplanes, Sale of to Allies-Newspaper Clippings 1940 April-May
    • Box 35
      Alaska-Correspondence 1938 Aug.-1940 June
    • Box 36
      Allison Engineering Co. Trip-Newspaper Clippings 1939 Dec.
    • Box 36
      American Bar Association-Correspondence re: Johnson's Membership on Marine and Inland Marine Insurance Law Committee 1939 Sept.-Nov.
    • Box 36
      American Legion-Correspondence 1937 July-1938 Feb.
    • Box 36
      American Legion-Correspondence and Papers re: Voiture Nationale La Societé Des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux 1937 Aug.-1940 May
    • Box 36
      American Legion Convention, Los Angeles-Log of calls to Johnson's Headquarters 1938 Sept. 17-21
    • Box 36
      American Legion Convention, 1939-Correspondence 1939 April-Oct.
    • Box 36
      American Legion Convention, 1939 Correspondence re: Department Commander's Dinner 1938 Oct.-1939 Dec.
    • Box 36
      American Legion Convention, 1939-Johnson's Schedule and Correspondence, includes an index 1939 ca. Jan.-ca. Nov.
    • Box 36
      American Legion, Department of West Va.-Correspondent and Papers 1937 July-1940 ca. June
    • Box 36
      American Legion, District of Columbia Department Convention-Correspondence 1940 July-Aug.
    • Box 36
      American Legion, Federation Interalliee Des Anciens Combattants-Correspondence 1937 Aug.-1940 June
    • Box 37
      American Legion, National Headquarters-Correspondence and Papers 1937 July-1940 July
    • Box 37
      American Legion, National Headquarters-Correspondence with E. O. Marquette 1937 Jan.-1940 June
    • Box 37
      American Legion, Pershing Hall (Paris) Committee-Correspondence and Proceedings 1937 July-Aug.
    • Box 37
      American Legion, Roy E. Parrish Post - Correspondence 1937 Aug.-1939 Aug.
    • Box 37
      American Legion State-Wide Meeting, Wisconsin-Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1939 Dec.-1940 March
    • Box 37
      Americanization Day, Pittsburgh-Correspondence re: Johnson's Speech 1939 Dec.-1940 May
    • Box 37
      Annual Reports by Assistant Secretary of War 1937-1939
    • Box 37
      Annual Report of Assistant Secretary of War-Newspaper Clippings 1940 Jan.
    • Box 38
      Appointments with Johnson-Correspondence and Memoranda, 2 folders 1937 July-1938 April
    • Box 38
      Appointments, 3 folders 1938 April-Dec.
    • Box 39
      Appointments, 5 folders 1938 Dec.-1939 Nov.
    • Box 40
      Appointments, 5 folders 1939 Nov.-1940 May
    • Box 41
      Appointments, 5 folders 1940 May-July
    • Box 42
      Apprentice Training in Industry-Correspondence and News Release 1939 Feb.-Oct.
    • Box 42
      Apprentice Training of Mechanics-Proposed Program 1939 March
    • Box 42
      Army-Weekly Summaries of Activities 1939 July 27-1940 July 19
    • Box 42
      Army Air Corp-Supplemental Budget, 1940, Correspondence and Papers 1939 Jan.
    • Box 42
      Army Day Celebration, New York, April 6, 1940-Correspondence, Speech by Johnson, Photographs 1940 Feb.-April
    • Box 42
      Army Industrial College-Correspondence 1938 March-May
    • Box 42
      Army and Navy Club-Correspondence and Printed Material 1939 Aug.-1940 Jan.
    • Box 42
      Army-Navy Country Club-Correspondence and Printed Material 1937 July-1940 April
    • Box 42
      Army-Navy Football Game-Requests to Johnson for tickets 1937 Oct.-Nov.
    • Box 42
      Army-Navy Football 1937 Oct.-Nov.
    • Box 43
      Army-Navy Football 1937 Oct.-Nov.
    • Box 43
      Army-Navy Football Game-Requests to Johnson for tickets 1938 Oct.-Nov.
    • Box 43
      Army-Navy Football, 3 folders 1938 Oct.-Nov.
    • Box 44
      Army-Navy Football 1939 Oct.-Nov.
    • Box 44
      Army-Navy Football Game-Requests to Johnson for tickets 1939 Sept.-Dec.
    • Box 44
      Army and Navy Munitions Board-Correspondence and Papers 1939 Aug.-1940 May
    • Box 44
      Articles in Newspapers and Periodicals and Related Correspondence 1937 Aug.-1938 June
    • Box 45
      Articles-Correspondence, 4 folders 1938 Feb.-1939 Jan.
    • Box 46
      Articles-Correspondence, 5 folders 1939 Sept.-1940 July
    • Box 47
      Associated General Contractors of America-Correspondence re: Johnson's Speech at Annual Convention, and papers 1939 Dec.-1940
    • Box 47
      Association of American Railroads - Correspondence and Papers re: Johnson's Speech at Dedication of Services of American Railroads in WWI, 2 folders 1940 March-July
    • Box 47
      Aviation-Correspondence and Papers re: Legislation to create Civil Aeronautics Board, 2 folders 1937 Sept.-1938 Feb.
    • Box 48
      Aviation, Pilot Training Program-Correspondence and Proposal for Program 1938 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 48
      Aviation-Related Topics-Correspondence and Papers 1935, 1936 (1937 July-Nov.)
    • Box 48
      Aviation-Related Topics-Correspondence and Papers, 3 folders 1937 Nov.-1938 Oct.
    • Box 49
      Aviation-Related Topics-Correspondence and Papers, 2 folders 1938 Oct.-1940 July
    • Box 49
      Aviation, Vocational Training in - Correspondence and Papers 1938 Dec. 13-17
    • Box 49
      Aviation - Memo from Col. B. Q. Jones re: Current situation of Military, Aviation 1938 Oct. 13
    • Box 49
      Aviation - Committee on Civil Aviation Legislation - Minutes of meetings 1937 Sept. 30-Nov. 5
    • Box 49
      Aviation - Press Releases 1938-1940
    • Box 49
      Barlow Bomb - Newspaper Clippings 1940 March
    • Box 49
      Battle of New Orleans Celebration - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1939 Dec.-1940 Jan.
    • Box 50
      B'nai B'rith Celebration, New York - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1940 Jan.-March
    • Box 50
      Booneville Dam-Correspondence and Papers and Photographs 1935 (1938 Jan.-1939 March)
    • Box 50
      Boston City Club-Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1939 Oct.-1940 Feb.
    • Box 50
      Budget Estimates of Military - Correspondence and Documents, including Congressional Military Appropriation Bills 1939 Nov.-1940 July
    • Box 50
      Burning Tree Club - Correspondence and Papers 1937 Aug.-1940 Jan.
    • Box 50
      Chemical Warfare Service - Correspondence and Memoranda 1939 Sept.-1940 May
    • Box 50
      Civil Aeronautics Authority - Memoranda 1938 June-1940 May
    • Box 50
      Civilian Conservation Corps - Memoranda by Col. Crain 1933 Aug.-1934 Jan.
    • Box 51
      Civilian Conservation Corps - Correspondence 1937 Nov.-1939 May
    • Box 51
      Civilian Conservation Corp, West Virginia - Correspondence and Memoranda 1937 Nov.-1938 March
    • Box 51
      Clarksburg, W. Va. Airport - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address on opening of Airport 1940 May - June
    • Box 51
      Clarksburg, W. Va. Airport - Correspondence re: Construction 1937 Aug.-1938 April
    • Box 51
      Clarksburg, W. Va. Chamber of Commerce-Correspondence and Papers re: Airport 1937 April-1940 Jan.
    • Box 51
      Clarksburg, W. Va. Chamber of Commerce-Correspondence and Papers 1940 Feb.-July
    • Box 51
      Clarksburg, W. Va., Junior Chamber of Commerce - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1940 April-May
    • Box 51
      Commission in the Army-Correspondence 1937 July-1940 July
    • Box 51
      Conference held by Johnson-Correspondence and Memoranda 1937 June-1940 May
    • Box 51
      Congratulations to Johnson re: Appointment as Assistant Secretary of War, A-B. 1937 June-July
    • Box 52
      Congratulations to Johnson re: Appointment as Assistant Secretary of War, C-M, 5 folders 1937 June-July
    • Box 53
      Congratulations to Johnson re: Appointment as Assistant Secretary of War, O-Z, 3 folders 1937 June-July
    • Box 53
      Contributions and Dues of Johnson-Correspondence 1937 Oct.-1940 July
    • Box 53
      Cooperative Committee - Correspondence between Johnson and Charles Estes, Chairman 1937 Aug.-Dec.
    • Box 53
      Current Procurement-Correspondence and Memoranda 1938 Jan.-1940 June
    • Box 54
      Delta Chi Fraternity-Correspondence 1939 Nov. 20, 21
    • Box 54
      Democratic National Committee - Correspondence 1937 Sept. 1940 Jan.
    • Box 54
      Democratic National Committee - Correspondence and Memoranda communicated to Ambrose O'Connell, Executive Assistant, Democrat National Committee 1937 Dec.-1939 June
    • Box 54
      Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 1940-Telegrams re: Johnson's Candidacy for Vice-President, Correspondence and list of Delegates 1940 July
    • Box 54
      Earle Thompson Dinner-Correspondence re: Johnson's attendance 1940 Jan.-March
    • Box 54
      Education Order to Industry-Correspondence and Papers 1937 Nov.-1940 June
    • Box 54
      Educational Orders-Newspaper Clippings 1940 March-May
    • Box 54
      Election Congratulations, from Johnson to Congressmen, A-F1938 Nov.
    • Box 55
      Election Congratulations, G-Z1938 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 55
      Emergency Measures by War Department in event of War in Europe 1939 Aug.-Sept.
    • Box 55
      Employment, Requests for Aid in Securing, 2 folders 1937 June-Nov.
    • Box 56
      Employment, 6 folders 1937 Nov.-1940 April
    • Box 57
      Employment, 6 folders 1937 Aug.-1940 June
    • Box 58
      Employment, 5 folders 1938 Dec.-1939 Nov.
    • Box 59
      Employment, 4 folders 1939 Oct.-1940 July
    • Box 59
      Employment Service of W. Va., 2 folders 1937 July-1940 May
    • Box 60
      Engineering Society of Western Pennsylvania - Correspondence re: Johnson's Speech 1939 March-1940 April
    • Box 60
      Enlisted Men, Correspondence re: 1937 Aug.-1940 June
    • Box 60
      Executive Council Reports to Secretary of War 1933
    • Box 60
      Fairchild's Dinner celebrating opening of American League Baseball Season - Correspondence re: Johnson's Attendance 1940 Feb.-April
    • Box 60
      Federal Security Agency-Correspondence 1939 May-Sept.
    • Box 60
      Flood Control-Correspondence and Papers 1937 Aug.-1940 Jan.
    • Box 60
      Flood Control-Correspondence and Printed Material re: New England Council 1937 Aug.-Nov.
    • Box 60
      Flood Control, Grafton Dam - Correspondence 1937 Aug.-1938 Sept.
    • Box 60
      Flood Control, Grafton Dam and Tygart River Reservoir - Correspondence re: Dedication 1937 Aug.-1939 Nov.
    • Box 61
      Flood Control - Printed Material 1937-1938
    • Box 61
      Fuel Engineering Conference - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1940 May-July
    • Box 61
      Governorship of West Virginia for Johnson-Newspaper Clippings 1940 March-April
    • Box 61
      Harvard Business School - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1940 April-June
    • Box 61
      Hoover, J. Edgar - Addresses 1938 Nov.-1940 June
    • Box 61
      1939 House of Representatives - Bill #3518
    • Box 61
      Industrial Mobilization - Correspondence and Papers re: Procurement Planning 1938 Feb.-1940 May
    • Box 61
      Industrial Mobilization Plan - Printed Material 1939
    • Box 61
      Industrial Mobilization Plan - Cherne Book - Newspaper Clippings 1939 Sept.-1940 May
    • Box 62
      Informal Memoranda and Notes re: Contracts, etc. ca. 1931 Sept.-1934 July
    • Box 62
      Information - Log of Requests for information from War Department, 3 folders 1939 Sept. 18-1940 Feb. 17
    • Box 62
      Institute of Food Technologists - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1940 May-July
    • Box 62
      Intercollegiate Flying Association - Correspondence 1938 Oct. 28-31
    • Box 62
      Introductions Abroad by Johnson, A-Z, 2 folders ca. 1937-ca.1940
    • Box 62
      Inventions related to military - Correspondence and Documents 1938 July-1940 July
    • Box 63
      Invitations accepted by Johnson, 4 folders 1937 June-Nov.
    • Box 64
      Invitations accepted by Johnson, 5 folders 1937 Nov.-1939 June
    • Box 65
      Invitations accepted by Johnson, 5 folders 1939 Feb.-1940 July
    • Box 65
      Invitations to Johnson - Response: Indefinite 1939-1940
    • Box 66
      Jackson Day Dinner, Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 8, 1940 - Correspondence re: Johnson's Speech, Speech Guest List 1939 Dec.-1940 May
    • Box 66
      Jackson Day Dinner, Atlanta, Ga.-Newspaper Clippings ca. 1940 Jan.
    • Box 66
      Johnson, Louis - Sketch of his life to 1940 1940 April 20
    • Box 66
      Johnson's Membership on Boards, Committees, Clubs - Correspondence ca. 1937 July-1940 June
    • Box 66
      Johnson's reply to Hoover - Newspaper Clippings 1940 May - June
    • Box 66
      Johnson's Speech at New Orleans Celebration - Newspaper Clippings 1940 Jan.
    • Box 66
      Kentucky Derby - Correspondence re: Johnson's Attendance 1939 May-1940 May
    • Box 66
      Kenyon College - Correspondence and Papers re: Johnson's Honorary Law Degree 1940 May-June
    • Box 67
      Legal Claims - Correspondence and Memoranda 1937 Sept.-1938 Aug.
    • Box 67
      Legislation-Correspondence and Papers 1937 July-1940 June
    • Box 67
      Lilly Family Reunion - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address, Program of Reunion 1939 June-Aug.
    • Box 67
      May, Congressman Andrew J., Conflict of Interest - Newspaper Clippings 1940 Jan.
    • Box 67
      Mechanics' Training - Correspondence and Memoranda 1938 July-1940 June
    • Box 67
      Mechanization of Army - Correspondence between Johnson and H. A. Toulmin and Memoranda 1938 March-June
    • Box 67
      Memoranda 1937 June - 1940 May
    • Box 68
      Memoranda to Staff 1939 Jan. - 1940 July
    • Box 68
      Memorandum to Johnson re: Members of Press to attend Conference 1937 July 7
    • Box 68
      Metropolitan Club-Correspondence re: Johnson's Membership 1937 Oct.-1940 April
    • Box 69
      Military Academies-Correspondence re: Appointments to Academies, 2 folders 1937 July-1939 Aug.
    • Box 69
      Military Officers - Correspondence, 3 folders 1937 Dec.-1940 Feb.
    • Box 69
      Military Officers - Correspondence, 2 folders 1939 Feb.-1940 July
    • Box 69
      Monongahela West Penn Public Service Co. - Correspondence 1937 Aug. 19-27
    • Box 69
      Mountain State Forest Festival, W. Va. - Correspondence 1937 Sept.-Oct.
    • Box 69
      Munitions Preparedness under Protective Mobilization Plan - Correspondence and Papers 1938 March-1940 Feb.
    • Box 69
      Munitions Purchases by Foreign Countries - Newspaper Clippings 1939 Nov.-1940 April
    • Box 69
      Munitions, Types and quantities of - Memoranda 1939 Sept.-Oct.
    • Box 69
      National Association of Manufacturers - Correspondence re: Johnson's Speech at Dinner and Memoranda 1940 Jan.-March
    • Box 69
      National Association of Purchasing Agents Convention, Cincinnati, June 4, 1940 - Correspondence and Papers, including speech by Johnson 1940 March-July
    • Box 69
      National Board of Fire Underwriters - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1940 April-June
    • Box 70
      National Board of Fire Underwriters - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1940 May-July
    • Box 70
      National Board of Fire Underwriters - Correspondence to Members Thanking them for Invitations to speak at Annual Meeting 1940 May-June
    • Box 70
      National Board of Fire Underwriters - Clippings re: Johnson's Address 1940 May-June
    • Box 70
      National Defense - Correspondence and Address of President Roosevelt to Congress 1937 Sept.-ca. 1940 July
    • Box 70
      National Defense - Correspondence and Papers re: Supply Preparedness 1940 May-July
    • Box 70
      National Defense - Correspondence by Johnson in Response to Offers of Service 1940 May-July
    • Box 70
      National Defense - Newspaper Clippings 1940 Jan.-May
    • Box 70
      National Defense, Advisory Commission to Council of - Correspondence and Papers 1940 June-July
    • Box 71
      National Defense Power Committee for Study of Electric Power Capabilities - Correspondence and Papers 1938 March-Aug.
    • Box 71
      National Defense Power Committee - Correspondence and Papers 1938 Aug.-Oct.
    • Box 71
      National Defense Power Committee - Secret and Confidential Correspondence and Papers 1938 Oct.-1939 Oct.
    • Box 71
      National Defense Power Committee - Minutes of Meetings and Papers 1939 Oct.-1940 March
    • Box 71
      National Defense Power Committee - Minutes of Meetings and Papers 1940 April-June
    • Box 72
      National Defense Program - Correspondence and Papers re: Labor and Personnel 1938 Dec.
    • Box 72
      National Defense Program - Report estimating Two-Year Program 1938 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 72
      National Guard - Correspondence 1937 July-1940 July
    • Box 72
      National Guard of New York State - Correspondence re: Johnson's Speech at Annual Convention 1937 Dec.-1938
    • Box 72
      National Industrial Preparedness Dinner - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1939 Jan.-April
    • Box 72
      National Industrial Preparedness Dinner - Correspondence 1939 April-May
    • Box 72
      National Power Policy Committee - Correspondence 1939 Oct.-1940 March
    • Box 72
      National Power Policy Committee - Summary of Conferences with Representatives of Power Systems Serving Thirteen War Materials Areas, and Report on same 1940 Jan.
    • Box 72
      National Power Policy Committee - Newspaper Clippings 1939 Oct.-1940 March
    • Box 72
      National Press Club - Correspondence re: Johnson's Membership 1937 Oct.-1939 June
    • Box 73
      Naval Ordnance Plant, Charleston, W. Va. - Correspondence and Memorandum 1937 Oct.-1938 Dec.
    • Box 73
      Navy - Related Correspondence and Papers 1938 Oct.-1940 July
    • Box 73
      Netherlands Claims Commission - Correspondence and Memoranda 1932 Dec.-1933 Aug.
    • Box 73
      Neutrality of U.S. - Correspondence with White House 1937 Sept.-Oct.
    • Box 73
      Neutrality of U.S. - Correspondence, including Papers expressing views on Neutrality 1939 Aug.-1940 Jan.
    • Box 73
      Neutrality of U.S.-Memoranda and Proceedings of Interdepartmental Committee on Neutrality 1939 Aug.-Dec.
    • Box 73
      Neutrality of U.S.-Memorandum re: Neutrality of Aircraft 1939 Aug. 24
    • Box 73
      Neutrality of U.S.- Newspaper Clippings 1939 Aug.-Sept.
    • Box 74
      New York State Banker's Association - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1939 Dec.-1940
    • Box 74
      The New York Times1924 Sept. 13
    • Box 74
      Newcomb Society - Correspondence and Reports on Activities 1938-1940
    • Box 74
      Newspaper Clippings - Miscellaneous, 2 folders 1940 Jan.-Feb.
    • Box 74
      Newspaper Clippings - Miscellaneous 1940 April
    • Box 74
      Newspaper Clippings of Articles from Press Release 1940 May
    • Box 74
      Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases - Miscellaneous 1940 June
    • Box 75
      Offers of Service to Government - Correspondence to Johnson and replies 1938 Nov.-1940 June
    • Box 75
      Offers of Service - Correspondence and Replies, 3 folders ca. 1939 Sept. - 1940 July
    • Box 75
      Official Miscellaneous - Correspondence and Memoranda, 2 folders 1937 July-1938 June
    • Box 76
      Official Miscellaneous, 3 folders 1938 June-1940 July
    • Box 76
      Orders for Establishing New Offices 1939 Aug. 29, Sept. 20
    • Box 76
      Ordnance Procurement - Correspondence and Papers 1938 Aug. - 1940 Jan.
    • Box 76
      Panama Road - Correspondence and Papers 1938 Aug. - 1939 March
    • Box 76
      Photographs - Correspondence and Memoranda re: Photos of Johnson 1937 June - 1940 June
    • Box 76
      Presidency of Johnson - Correspondence suggesting Johnson for President 1937 Aug. - 1940 April
    • Box 76
      Press Conference of Johnson 1940 March - April
    • Box 76
      Press Releases - Miscellaneous 1940 March
    • Box 76
      Price Controls - Memorandum to General Watson from Johnson on Price Controls in War 1939 Sept. 2
    • Box 77
      R. O. T. C. - Correspondence, 2 folders 1937 July - 1938 Nov.
    • Box 77
      Rail Transportation in War - Correspondence and Memoranda 1938 Sept.-Oct.
    • Box 77
      Reply to Hoover - Correspondence re: Johnson's Speech, 2 folders 1940 May - June
    • Box 77
      Resignation as Assistant Secretary of War - Correspondence from supporters of Johnson and replies, A-H, 2 folders 1940 July - Oct.
    • Box 78
      Resignation as Assistant Secretary of War - Correspondence from supporters of Johnson and replies, J-Z, 2 folders 1940 July-Oct.
    • Box 78
      Resignation of Secretary of War Woodring - Newspaper Clippings 1940 June
    • Box 79
      Resignation of Woodring - Newspaper Clippings 1940 June
    • Box 79
      "Rounding Out of Army" - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1940 July
    • Box 79
      Roosevelt, Franklin D. - Speeches 1939 Jan. 4 - 1940 May 16
    • Box 79
      Smokeless Powder - Correspondence and Memoranda 1937 Dec. - 1940 July
    • Box 79
      Speeches, 2 folders 1937 July - 1938 March
    • Box 80
      Speeches, 5 folders 1938 April - 1940 Aug.
    • Box 81
      Speeches - Correspondence to Johnson and Replies re: Speeches, 3 folders 1937 Oct.-1940 July
    • Box 81
      Speech, Armistice Day, Welch, W. Va. - Newspaper Clippings 1939 Nov.
    • Box 81
      Speech, Army Day - Newspaper Clippings 1940 April
    • Box 81
      Speech, B'nai B'rith Celebration - Newspaper Clippings 1940 Feb.
    • Box 81
      Speech, Boston City Club - Newspaper Clippings 1940 Jan.
    • Box 81
      Speech, "Construction in Peace and War" - Newspaper Clippings 1940 Feb.
    • Box 81
      Speech, Engineering Society of Western Pennsylvania - Newspaper Clippings 1940 Feb. - March
    • Box 81
      Speech, Junior Chamber of Commerce - Newspaper Clippings 1940 April
    • Box 81
      Speech, Milwaukee - Newspaper Clippings 1940 March
    • Box 81
      Speech, New York Herald-TribuneForum - Newspaper Clippings 1939 Sept.-Oct.
    • Box 81
      Speech, N. Y. State Bankers Association 1940 Jan.-Feb.
    • Box 82
      Speech, Southern Society of New York - Newspaper Clippings 1939 Nov.
    • Box 82
      Speech, West Va. State Hotel Convention - Newspaper Clippings 1939 Nov.
    • Box 82
      State Department - Correspondence between Johnson and State Dept. 1938 March-1939 Oct.
    • Box 82
      State Judicial Convention, W. Va.- Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1940 July
    • Box 82
      Statistics Branch - Letter to Col. Ayres from Johnson 1940 March 13
    • Box 82
      Statistics on number of Construction Workers, Industrial Production 1940 June-July
    • Box 82
      Strategic Materials - Correspondence and Documents 1938 Dec.-1940 May
    • Box 82
      Supply Arms and Services - Minutes of Weekly Conference with Johnson, 2 folders 1939 Sept.-1940 July
    • Box 82
      U. S. Employment Service - Correspondence and Papers 1937 July-1938 Oct.
    • Box 82
      U. S. Employment Service - Correspondence 1937 July-1939 Aug.
    • Box 82
      University of Va.-Correspondence and Papers re: Alumni 1937 June-1940 Jan.
    • Box 83
      University Club - Correspondence and Printed Material 1937 June-1939 May
    • Box 83
      Upper Monogahela Valley Association, West Va. - Correspondence and Papers 1937 Aug.-1938 Oct.
    • Box 83
      Veterans Advisory Commission, Alabama - Correspondence 1937 Sept. - 1938 May
    • Box 83
      Veterans' Hospitalization - Correspondence ca. 1937-ca. 1940
    • Box 83
      Veterans Placement Service (Social Security Board) - Papers 1939-1940
    • Box 83
      Vice-Presidency of Johnson - Correspondence re: Vice Presidency of Johnson in Oregon Primary 1940 March - July
    • Box 83
      War Department - Correspondence re: Records 1937 July - 1940 April
    • Box 84
      War Resources Board - Correspondence and Papers re: Creation of Board 1937 Oct.-1939 March
    • Box 84
      War Resources Board - Correspondence and Press Releases re: Formation of Board 1939 Aug.-Sept.
    • Box 84
      War Resources Board - Correspondence between Johnson and Members 1939 Aug.-Dec.
    • Box 84
      War Resources Board - Correspondence re: Dates of Meetings 1939 Aug.-Sept.
    • Box 84
      War Resources Board - Correspondence and Memoranda re: Funds 1939 Aug.-Sept.
    • Box 84
      War Resources Board - General Correspondence 1939 Aug.-Sept.
    • Box 84
      War Resources Board - Offers of Service 1939 Aug.-Sept.
    • Box 84
      War Resources Board - Correspondence re: Press Releases 1939 Aug.-Dec.
    • Box 84
      War Resources Board - Comments from Elder Statesmen: Ayres, Baruch, Crowell, Replogle 1939 Aug.-Sept.
    • Box 84
      War Resources Board - Newspaper Clippings 1939 Sept.-Dec.
    • Box 84
      "We the People" Radio Broadcast - Correspondence re: Johnson's Address 1940 July
    • Box 84
      West Virginia Chamber of Commerce - Correspondence 1937 Aug.-1940 July
    • Box 84
      White House - Correspondence with President Roosevelt and Staff 1937 June-1940 May
    • Box 84
      White House Press Conferences - Memoranda of Minutes of Conference for Secretary of War 1939 Sept - 1940 July
    • Box 84
      Work Progress Administration - Correspondence 1939 Oct.-Nov.
    • Box 84
      World's Fair, 1939, San Francisco - Correspondence and Printed Material 1938 Jan.-Nov.
  • Subseries C, Confidential Case File
    • Box 85
      Confidential Case File - A -W, 19 folders 1937-1939
  • Subseries D, Appointments Schedule, 1987-1940
    • Box 86
      Daily Journal, 3 volumes 1938-1940 July 25
    • Box 87
      Daily Schedule of Louis Johnson and a carbon 1937 June 21-Dec. 31
    • Box 87
      Daily Schedule of Louis Johnson 1938 Jan. 1-May 15
    • Box 87
      Daily Schedule of Louis Johnson (carbon) 1938 Jan. 1-Feb. 10
    • Box 87
      Appointments Calendar 1940 Jan. 2-Dec. 28
    • Box 87
      Correspondence Index (incomplete) of Harry H. Woodring as Sec. Of War, 1937 Jan. 1-Feb. 19, and of Louis Johnson as Acting Sec. Of War, 1937 June 28-Dec. 31 1937
    • Box 87
      Correspondence Index (incomplete) of Louis Johnson 1938
    • Box 87
      Correspondence Index (incomplete) of Louis Johnson 1939
    • Box 87
      Index of Louis Johnson photographs 1937-1940
  • Subseries E, Speeches, 1937-1940
    • Box 88
      Speeches by Louis Johnson, Assistant Secretary of War, 4 folders 1937 July 15 - 1939 April 15
    • Box 89
      Speeches by Louis Johnson, Assistant Secretary of War, 3 folders 1939 May 1-1940 Aug. 6
    • Box 89
      Address before American Legion, Wheeling, W. Va. 1940 Sept. 2
  • Subseries F, Miscellaneous
    • Box 90
      Letter of resignation from Louis Johnson as Assistant Secretary of War 1940 July 25
    • Box 90
      Private Correspondence and Papers taken from Johnson's desk as Assistant Secretary of War, in 1940. Includes memoranda from FDR and the White House 1937 July 28-1940 July 4
    • Box 90
      Annual Report of the Assistant Secretary of War 1938-TMs (copy)
    • Box 90
      Address List - Government Officials 1938 Nov. 25
    • Box 90
      List of allotments of contracts for Air Corps, Engineers, Signal Corps, Quartermaster Corps, etc. 1939 July 12
    • Box 90
      Application for articles of Incorporation of the Democratic War Veterans of Pennsylvania 1938 June
    • Box 90
      Booklet, The National Aviation Forum, digest of proceedings, includes a speech by Louis Johnson, Asst. Sec. of War 1939 Jan.-Feb.
    • Box 90
      Booklet, "The New Army of the United States," the War Department 1941 Aug. 1
    • Box 90
      Booklet, "Proceedings of National Airport Conference," U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Air Commerce 1937 Dec. 6-7
    • Box 90
      Booklet, W. P. A. Picatinny Arsenal 1935 Sept. 19-1937 Dec. 31
    • Box 91
      Brief in behalf of National Bituminous Coal Commission, proposed Trade Agreement between U. S. and Venezuela 1938 Aug. 6
    • Box 91
      Brief, "Outlining Advantages and Qualifications of Wheeling - Ohio County Airport, and Wheeling, West Virginia for Aeronautical Research, Laboratory," by the Wheeling Chamber of Commerce 1939 Aug. 30
    • Box 91
      Case file - Investigation, U. S. Military Academy 1938 April-May
    • Box 91
      Transcript of the Cornerstone Ceremony of the FDR Library, Inc. at Hyde Park, N. Y. 1939 Nov. 19
    • Box 91
      Dedication ceremonies commemorating the services of the Railroad War Board of 1917 1940 April 26
    • Box 91
      Certificate, The Association of Military Surgeons, Honorary Membership 1939 May 8
    • Box 91
      List, Post-War Planning Commission, the American Legion, Louis Johnson, Chairman n.d.
    • Box 91
      Reserve Commission, Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry, of Louis Johnson 1937 Aug. 19
    • Box 91
      Recommendation for the Committee on Civil Aviation Legislation by the National Aeronautic Assoc. ca. 1937
    • Box 91
      Digest, "Houston, 1938," by the Chamber of Commerce 1938
    • Box 91
      Directory, Procurement Planning District Offices 1938 Oct.
    • Box 91
      List of exhibits contained in Museum, Springfield Armory, Springfield, Mass. 1938 March 18
    • Box 91
      Flight Record of Louis Johnson as the Assistant Secretary of War from 1937 June 27 to 1940 Aug. 7 1940 Aug.
    • Box 91
      Itineraries, schedules, and miscellaneous papers of Louis Johnson 1937-1938 Aug.
    • Box 92
      Itineraries, schedules, and miscellaneous papers of Louis Johnson, 2 folders 1938 Sept.-1940 June
    • Box 92
      Miscellaneous, 2 folders ca. 1937-ca. 1940
    • Box 92
      Papers re: Municipal Airport problems 1937 Oct.-Nov.
    • Box 93
      Miscellaneous Newsletters 1939
    • Box 93
      Organization Charts of the Peace Organization Planning Branch, O. A. S. W.; the Army-Navy Munitions Board; and the War Resources Administration 1938-1939
    • Box 93
      Souvenir pamphlet, "The Panama Canal, Twenty-fifth Anniversary" 1939 Aug. 15
    • Box 93
      Pamphlet, "This is Toledo" 1937
    • Box 93
      Miscellaneous Programs, 2 folders 1936-1940
    • Box 94
      Report, "First Month of Britain's War Economy" and Dwight F. Davis's Report to Brookings Institution on "Great Britain's Industrial and Financial Mobilization" 1939 Oct. 10
    • Box 94
      Miscellaneous Reports 1937-1939
    • Box 94
      Resolutions, Adopted by the Executive Council, American Federation of Labor 1940 Feb. 2
    • Box 94
      Statement, "Democracy's Duty and Our National Defense," by Dr. William W. Christmas 1939 Oct.
    • Box 94
      Statement re: Fishing vessels off Alaskan coast 1937 July
    • Box 94
      Testimony of Col. Edgar S. Gorrell, President, Air Transport Association of America, before Inter-Departmental Committee on Civil Aviation Legislation and Regulations 1937 Oct. 25
    • Box 94
      Transcripts of papers re: the seal of the Department of War 1800-1894
    • Box 94
      Louis Johnson's copy of War Contract Forms recommended by War Contract Board 1938 Dec. 19
Series III, papers of Louis Arthur Johnson, 1940-1948
  • Subseries A, Correspondence
    • Box 95
      Correspondence with Cordell Hull, Secretary of State 1943 July 9 - 1944 Sept. 21
    • Box 95
      Correspondence with Franklin D. Roosevelt and Stephen Early, Secretary to the President, including a letter from Truman 1940-1945
    • Box 95
      Correspondence - General 1940 July 24-1947 Sept. 12
  • Subseries B Reports, Proceedings and Minutes, 1944-1946
    • Box 95
      Proceedings, Postwar Planning Commission, the American Legion 1944 Feb. 4, May 1
    • Box 95
      Minutes, West Virginia Department of Veterans Affairs, Council Meeting, Jackson Mills, West Va. 1946 May 26
    • Box 95
      Report of Military affairs section, National Defense Committee, the American Legion ca. 1946
  • Subseries C, Speeches and Addresses
    • Box 95
      TMs (copy), Address of Louis Johnson to the 1941 Dept. Convention, the American Legion of Texas 1941 Aug. 17
    • Box 95
      Address, Thirty-Second Annual Convention, the International Claim Association, "America at the Cross Roads" 1941 Sept. 8
    • Box 95
      Address by Col. Louis Johnson, Armistice Day, the American Legion 1941 Nov. 11
    • Box 95
      Address of Louis Johnson before the National Convention of the American Legion 1942 Sept. 19
    • Box 95
      Address by Louis Johnson, before the State Bar Association and the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina, "The Next Generation and World War Three" 1943 March 3
    • Box 96
      Address by Louis Johnson, before the American Legion, Department of West Virginia 1943 Sept. 6
    • Box 96
      Address, National Convention of the American Legion 1943 Sept. 21
    • Box 96
      Speech re: American Legion by Sam Reynolds, District Legion Convention 1943 Oct. 26
    • Box 96
      Address, "America Must Have American Legion Leadership" by Louis Johnson and other American Legion addresses 1943, n. d.
    • Box 96
      Speeches of Louis Johnson before various groups 1943-1947, n.d.
    • Box 96
      TMs (carbon), Address of Louis Johnson, Dedication of Legion Home of Huntington, West Virginia 1945 May 27
    • Box 96
      Statement by Louis Johnson before National Postwar Conference, St. Moritz Hotel, N. Y. C., "The Consumer and Employment" 1945 June 28
    • Box 96
      Speech, 27th Annual Convention, Department of West Virginia, the American Legion 1945 Oct. 6
    • Box 96
      Excerpts from speech of Louis Johnson, Thomas Jefferson Club of Wood County, Parkersburg, West Virginia 1946 April 13
    • Box 96
      Talk for Louis Johnson, NBC Network, Memorial Day, "We Shall Speak for Them" 1946 May 30
    • Box 96
      Excerpts from the speech of Louis Johnson, The West Virginia Association of Insurance Agents Annual Convention 1946 July 19
    • Box 96
      Address of Robert P. Patterson, Secretary of War, before the American Legion National Convention 1946 Oct. 2
    • Box 96
      Address of Owen Brewster, Senator, before the 28th Annual National Convention of the American Legion 1946 Oct. 2
    • Box 96
      Address, American Legion Twenty-ninth Annual National Convention 1947 Aug. 28
    • Box 96
      Excerpts from address, Annual Dinner Meeting, St. Louis Post, American Ordnance Association 1948 April 19
    • Box 96
      Excerpts from address of Louis Johnson, Annual National Congress, Daughters of American Revolution 1948 April 21
    • Box 96
      Speech, "The World Situation as I See It," 57th Continental Congress, Daughters of American Revolution ca. 1948 May
  • Subseries D, Miscellaneous
    • Box 96
      Citation to accompany the award of the Medal of Merit to Louis Johnson 1947 July 16
    • Box 96
      Miscellaneous 1944
    • Box 96
      Three issues of National Whirligig1940 July 29-Aug. 6
    • Box 96
      Papers re: Post-War Planning 1944 June 7, n. d.
    • Box 96
      Presentation of American Legion's Distinguished Service Medal to the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt, by Louis Johnson 1945 Nov. 18
    • Box 96
      Eleven Point Program for preserving the American way of life after the War, by the American Legion, Louis Johnson, Chairman 1941-1947
    • Box 96
      American Legion Resolution re: Universal Military Training ca. 1945
Series IV, Papers re India
  • Subseries A, Correspondence with Jawaharlal Nehru
    • Box 97
      Correspondence with Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru or about Nehru 1942 April-June
    • Box 97
      TL (carbon), Louis Johnson to Jawaharlal Nehru 1945 Oct. 18
    • Box 97
      Correspondence with Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru 1946 Aug.-Nov.
    • Box 97
      TL, Louis Johnson to Jawaharlal Nehru 1947 Aug. 15
    • Box 97
      TLS, Jawaharlal Nehru to Louis Johnson 1947 Feb. 26
    • Box 97
      Correspondence with Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru 1949 Nov. 6-Dec. 5
    • Box 97
      Correspondencewith Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi 1950 Oct. 24-1964 June 12
  • Subseries B, Correspondence re India
    • Box 97
      Correspondence re: India, 9 folders 1942 March-1944
    • Box 98
      Correspondence re: India, 4 folders 1945-1948
    • Correspondence re: India 1950-1958
  • Subseries C, Correspondence re Nehru's Dinner
    • Box 98
      Correspondence re: Nehru's Dinner, Greenbrier Hotel 1949 June-Oct.
    • Box 99
      Correspondence re: Nehru's dinner, Greenbrier Hotel 1949 Nov.-1950 Jan.
    • Box 99
      Correspondence and papers re: the Dinner of the Sec. Of Defense and Mrs. Johnson in honor of Pandit Nehru at White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, Oct. 29, 1949 1949
    • Box 99
      Correspondence re: Nehru's Dinner Greenbrier Hotel - Acceptances 1949
    • Box 99
      Correspondence re: Nehru's Dinner Greenbrier Hotel - Regrets 1949
    • Box 100
      Papers re: Nehru's Dinner Greenbrier Hotel - Lists of names 1949-1950
  • Subseries D, Miscellaneous
    • Box 100
      Script of a Radio Broadcast by Colonel Johnson to the people of India 1942 April 23
    • Box 100
      Printed Address: Sir Stafford Cripps to the House of Commons 1942 April 28
    • Box 100
      Report No. 3, Government of India Mission, mainly re: Defense of India 1942 [April]
    • Box 100
      Two Outlines re: Indian nationalism 1942 May 11, n. d.
    • Box 100
      International Conciliation, "The Cripps Mission to India," no. 381 1942 June
    • Box 100
      Report of the American Technical Mission to India, "A Survey of India's Industrial Production for War Purposes" 1942 Aug.
    • Box 100
      TMs (copy), "A Four-fold Plan for India," by unidentified author 1942 Sept. 11
    • Box 100
      Articles from the Nation, re: the Cripps mission in India 1942 Sept. 19-Dec. 5
    • Box 100
      Miscellaneous papers re: India 1942, n. d.
    • Box 100
      15 Issues of India Today, Monthly Bulletin of the India League of America 1942-1948
    • Box 100
      Paper, "American Mission to India headed by Louis Johnson" 1942
    • Box 100
      Miscellaneous Newsclippings and Bulletins re: India ca. 1942-ca. 1955, n. d.
    • Box 101
      TMs(copy), Report, "Famine in India," by Sirdar J. J. Singh 1943 Oct. 27
    • Box 101
      Miscellaneous Printed Material re: India ca. 1943-ca. 1947
    • Box 101
      A Plan of Economic Development for Indiaby Purshotamdas Thakurdas 1944 Jan.
    • Box 101
      Constitutional Proposals of the Sapru Committee 1945 Dec.
    • Box 101
      3 Issues of Voice of India1946 Nov.-1947 March
    • Box 101
      TMs(copy) Speech of William Phillips at India League Dinner 1947 April 15
    • Box 101
      Report, "Memorial Meeting" of the India League of America, to pay tribute to the memory of Mahatma Gandhi 1948 Feb. 7
    • Box 101
      Newsletter, Pakistan Affairs, vol. 11, no. 7 1948 Sept. 22
    • Box 101
      Bulletin, Government of India Information Services 1949 Sept. 22
    • Box 101
      TMs (copy), "The Triumph of Nehru," by J. J. Singh [ca. 1949?]
    • Box 101
      5 Issues of Indiagramissued by the Embassy of India 1954 July 13-1956 Jan. 6
    • Box 101
      Bulletins from Information Service of India, Embassy of India 1956 Dec.
    • Box 101
      TMs (copy), Lecture, "Riddle of India," by Louis Fischer _ Feb. 23
    • Box 101
      Miscellaneous secretarial notes _July-Aug., n. d.
  • Subseries E, Photographs
    • Box 101
      Photographs of Louis Johnson as Chairman of the United States mission to India [1942]
    • Box 101
      Photograph of Jawaharlal Nehru, Louis Fischer and [Mrs. Gandhi?] n.d.
    • Box 101
      Map of India and Ceylon n.d.
Series V. Papers of the Secretary of Defense
  • Subseries A, General Correspondence
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Captain L. A. Abercrombie 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Dean Acheson, Secretary of State 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Frank J. Agnew 1949
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with A. V. Alexander, C. H.: M. P., Minister of Defense, London 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with C. E. Alfaro of the Eloy Alfaro Foundation 1949
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with George E. Allen 1949
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with General Leven C. Allen 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Raymond B. Allen 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Mrs. Henry H. Arnold 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence re: Autographing a placard containing a quotation by Abraham Lincoln 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Colonel Jesse Auton 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Louis Fabian Bachrach 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Doctor Donald Balfour 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Doctor Allen Barker 1949
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Alben W. Barkley, the Vice-President of the United States 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Bernard M. Baruch 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Karl R. Bendetsen 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with M. L. Benedum 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with William Benton, Senator 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Adolf A. Berle, Jr. 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with J. Raymond Berry, General Counsel, the National Board of Fire Underwriters 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with James T. Berryman 1949
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Remster Bingham 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with G. D. Birla, industrialist of India 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Van. A. Bittner, vice-president of CIO United Steelworkers 1949
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with James B. Black 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Jacob Blaustein 1949
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with various dignitaries re: Bohemian Grove Encampment, July 1949 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Admiral J. T. Boone 1949
    • Box 102
      TL (carbon), Monroe Schaff to Frank W. Boykin 1950 Aug. 11
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with James A. Branch 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Charles F. Brannan 1949
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with W. M. Breed 1950 Sept.
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Owen Brewster, U. S. Senate 1949-1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Louis Bromfield 1949
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with Overton Brooks 1950
    • Box 102
      Correspondence with William E. Brooks, author, lecturer, and leader in the Presbyterian Church 1949-1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Gerald B. Brophy 1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Clarence J. Brown, Congressman 1950
    • Box 103
      CWO Drew E. Brown, Classified Files OSD; Personal and Confidential Files of Sec. Of Defense Johnson re: a variety of official topics 1949-1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Maxwell Brown, Congressman 1949
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Paul Brown, Congressman 1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Thomas G. Brown 1950 Sept.
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with James Bruce, former U. S. Ambassador to the Argentine Republic; Director of the Mutual Defense Assistance Program 1949-1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with John M. Budinger 1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Usher L. Burdick, Congressman 1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Carter L. Burgess, General Aniline and Film Corp. 1949
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with E. H. Burgess, vice-president, The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company 1949-1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with General J. H. Burns 1949
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Robert Butler, The American Embassy, Cuba 1949
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Senator Harry F. Byrd 1949
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with George T. Cameron, The San Francisco Chronicle 1949-1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Alex Campbell, Assistant Attorney General 1949
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with C. Cannon, American Ambassador, State Dept. 1949
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Champ Carry 1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Amon Carter, Fort Worth Star-Telegram 1949-1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with John Cartwright 1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Elizabeth Cather 1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Wm. M. Chadbourne 1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Stephen F. Chadwick 1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Lafe B. Chafin, Prosecuting Attorney's Office 1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Howard Chandler Christy 1949-1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Oscar Chapman 1949-1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with [?] Chiang 1950 May
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with James R. Childs, American Ambassador 1949
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with various people re: Christmas greetings, 2 folders 1949-1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence re: Citizens Committee for the Army and Navy, Inc. Award presentation 1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Tom Clark, Justice Supreme Court of the United States and former Attorney General 1949-1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Brooke Claxton, Minister of National Defense, Canada 1949-1950
    • Box 103
      Correspondence with Clark M. Clifford 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Jacqueline Cochran (Mrs. Floyd B. Odlum) 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with O. S. Colclough 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Charles Collingwood, CBS 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with General J. Lawton Collins 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with U. S. Senate Committee on Banking and Currency re: S. 3936, Defense Production Act 1950 Aug. 11-14
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Karl Compton 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Colonel Rollo C. Conley 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Charles P. Cooper 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with John J. Cornwell 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Myron Cowan, American Embassy, Manila, Philippine Islands 1949-1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Ronald M. Craigmyle 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Joan S. Crane 1950 Sept.
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Sir Stafford Cripps, Treasury, London, England 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Luige Criscuolo, Chairman, American Italian Congress 1950 Sept.
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Willis D. Crittenberger 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Robert Crosser, Congressman 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with General Benedict Crowell 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with R. Granville Curry 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Mr. Snydam Cutting 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Franklin D'Olier 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with R. S. Damon 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Colgate W. Darden, Jr. 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Joseph E. Davies 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Elmer Davis, American Broadcasting Company 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with George A. Davis 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Mr. R. S. Davis, Universal Glass Products Co. 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Charles G. Dawes 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Gordon Dean, Atomic Energy Commission 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Albert Deveze, Minister of National Defense, Belgium 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Thomas E. Dewey, Governor, State of N. Y. 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Mrs. Walter F. Dillingham 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Armistead M. Dobie 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Lewis W. Douglas 1949-1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Paul H. Douglas, Senator 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Michael F. Doyle, Attorney 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Lloyd Dumas 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Edgar B. Dunlap 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Samuel C. Dunlap 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Stephen T. Early, Deputy Secretary of Defense 1949-1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Robert Easton 1950
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with F. Eberstadt 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with Marriner S. Eccles, Federal Reserve System 1949
    • Box 104
      Correspondence with David Edelstein, Assistant Attorney General of the United States 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Dwight D. Eisenhower 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Mark Eisner 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Herbert B. Elliston, The Washington Post1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence re: Equality of Treatment and Opportunity in the Armed Services 1940-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with James A. Farley 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with General Philip B. Fleming, U. S. Maritime Commission 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Robert D. Flory 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with James F. Fogarty 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Peyton Ford, Assistant to the Attorney General 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Mrs. James V. Forrestal 1950 March 21
    • Box 105
      Correspondence and Papers re: Fort Omaha property, Omaha, Nebraska 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with James D. Francis 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Warren B. Francis, Los Angeles Times1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with John M. Franklin, United States Lines 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with William Frye Director of Public Information, Department of Defense 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Walter D. Fuller, Curtis Publishing Co. 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Leon W. George 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Amadeo Peter Giannini, Transamerica Corp., Bank of Virginia 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with L. M. Giannini, Bank of America 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Guy M. Gillette, Senator 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Earl B. Gilmore 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Brig. Gen. Robert Ginsburgh 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Tom M. Girdler 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with John B. Glenn 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Earl Godwin 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Samuel Goldwyn 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Edward B. Gordon 1950 Sept. 11
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with George J. Gould 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Marshall C. Graff 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Mrs. Philip Graham 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Gorden Gray, the Secretary of the Army 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Colonel Paul Griffith 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence re: Bohemian Grove, Midsummer Encampment 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with James M. Guiher, Steptoe & Johnson 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Chan Gurney, U. S. Senate 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with W. Averell Harriman 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Harriet Meade Hass 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Lowell H. Hattery, The American University 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Jens Christian Hauge, Minister of Defense of Norway 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Erland Hedrick, Congressman 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Sissy Barth Heistand 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Louis B. Heller, Congressman 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Robert Heller 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Mrs. Arthur Herrington 1950 April July
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Paul M. Herzag, National Labor Relations Board 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Charles Colby Hewitt 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Downey Hines 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Harold Hinton 1949 May
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Sam Hobbs, Congressman 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Richard W. Hoffman, Congressman 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Wm. B. Hogg, attorney 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with John W. Hollister 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Homer A. Holt, Union Carbide and Carbon Corp. 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Herbert Hoover 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with J. Edgar Hoover 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Russell J. Hopley, Northwestern Bell Telephone 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Harold J. T. Horan 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Emma Hornor 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Roy W. Howard, Scripps-Howard Newspapers 1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Charles R. Howell, Congressman 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Palmer Hoyt, The Denver Post1949-1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Arthur M. Hughes, West Side Presbyterian Church 1950
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with Cordell Hull 1949
    • Box 105
      Correspondence with George Hutton 1950 Sept.
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      Memorandum with enclosure re: Mr. Mahon's speech on the U. S. military situation and Korea 1950 Aug. 25, Sept. 7
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      Correspondence with Perle Mesta, United States Minister to Luxembourg 1949-1950
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      Memoranda re: MATS (Military Air Transport Service) 1949
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      Correspondence with T. E. Millsop, Weirton Steel Company 1949-1950
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      Message from Ronald Moist 1949
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      Mrs. Mary Murray to Mrs. Louis Johnson 1950 Aug. 15
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      Correspondence with various people re: New Year Greetings 1950
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      Correspondence re: Offers of Services (Individuals or Companies), Korean Crisis 1950
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      Correspondence with Michael J. O'Neill, General Counsel, Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. 1949-1950
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      Memo from A. H. Onthank 1950
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      Correspondence with Frank Pace, Jr., Secretary of the Army 1949-1950
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      Correspondence with Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, Ambassador of India 1949
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      Calling Cards of Dasturzada Paury and Miss Bapsy Paury 1949
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      Request from the Press for a background session in Paris [1950] March 30
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      Memorandum re: Reproduction of the Secretary's Flag 1950 June 16
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      Biographical note on General Sir Neil Ritchie [ca. 1949?]
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      Correspondence with the Right Reverend Maurice S. Sheehy 1949
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      Correspondence with Robert Sherrod, Time, Inc. 1949-1950
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      Correspondence re: the decision by the Administration to intervene actively in South Korea, 2 folders 1950 June-Aug.
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      Correspondence with Harley O. Staggers, Congressman 1949
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      Correspondence with Laurence A. Steinhardt, American Embassy, Canada 1949-1950
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      Correspondence with Isaac M. Stewart, Union Carbine and Carbon Corp. 1949-1950
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      Correspondence with Arthur Hays Sulzberger, the New York Times 1949
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      Memorandum re: Tentative Legislative Program for the Department of Defense for 1951 1950 Sept. 1
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      Correspondence with Maurice J. Tobin, Secretary of Labor 1950
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      Correspondence with President Harry Truman, includes correspondence from various other people as enclosures 1949 Feb. 5-1950 Sept. 5
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      Correspondence with Millard E. Tydings, Senator, Chairman, Committee on Armed Services 1949-1950
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      Correspondence with Carl Vinson, Chairman, Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives 1949-1950
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      Memorandum re: Carl Vinson statement before the House of Representatives re: strength of Armed Forces 1950 July 25-26
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      Correspondence with John M. Vorys, House of Representatives 1949
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      Correspondence with James E. Webb, the Under Secretary of State 1949-1950
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      Correspondence with Roy B. White, The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. 1949
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      Calling Cards list 1949
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      Directives, for various departments and government heads, 3 folders 1949 Dec.-1950 Sept. 18
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      Disposition Form 1949-1950
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      List of items taken to Cabinet Meeting 1949 June 10
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      List of persons primarily responsible for the preparation of the budget 1950
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      List of the Secretary of Defense's Official and Out-of-Town Engagements 1949-1950
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      Messages and Statements 1949 March-Sept.
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      Messages and Statements, 3 folders 1949 Oct.-1950 Sept. 19
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      Printed Material, "A Scientific Pilot Training Plan," Link Aviation, Inc., prepared by E. O. Carmody 1948
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      Statements before Congressional Committee 1950
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      Correspondence, Commendatory Mail re: Johnson's Resignation, A-H, 4 folders 1950 Sept.-Oct.
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      First and final drafts of Louis Johnson's letter of resignation as Secretary of Defense 1950 Sept. 12
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      Correspondence re: Johnson's resignation as Secretary of Defense, taken from 2 scrapbooks, 2 folders 1950 Sept.
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      Correspondence re: Johnson's resignation as Secretary of Defense 1950 Sept.-Oct.
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      Letters of appreciation by Louis Johnson upon the occasion of his resignation as Secretary of Defense 1950 Sept.
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      Memorandum re: Russell Adams, member Civil Aeronautics Board 1949
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      "Agenda" of things to take up with the President 1949 May-June
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      Correspondence with Archibald S. Alexander, Under Secretary of the Army 1950
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      Memo re: the first Armed Forces Day 1950
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      Memo re: Wm. R. Arnold 1950
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      Memo re: M. H. Aylesworth 1949
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      Memo re: Edward A. Bacon 1949
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      Memo re: J. R. Barefoot 1949
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      Memo re: Peter Berry 1949
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      Memo re: Paul Bissinger 1949
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      Memo re: Frances Bolton 1950
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      Memo re: the Boy Scouts 1950
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      Memo re: Walter Buchanan 1950
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      Memo re: Mr. Charles Coates 1949
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      Memo re: Herbert Corey [1950]
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      Memo re: Courtesy Calls 1949 April 18
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      Memo re: Thomas Delzell 1949
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      Memo re: Admiral Sir Cyril E. Douglas-Pennant 1950
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      Correspondence with Frances Drake, Roving Editor, Reader's Digest1949
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      Memo re: Mr. Durga-Das 1950
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      Memo re: Jack Franklin 1950
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      Memo re: Frank Gigliotti 1950
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      Memo re: Jake Halsted 1950
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      Memo re: Col. Howard G. Hill 1950
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      Memo re: R. A. Hummel 1950
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      wanted to schedule for meetings 1949 March
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      Memo re: Interfaith in Action Gold Medal 1950
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      Memo re: Introduction to Group of 27 College Professors from the American University [1949?]
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      Memo re: Col. Charles Johnson 1949
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      Memo re: James S. Kemper 1950
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      Correspondence with Wm. Kloepfer, the Times Herald1950
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      Memo re: Dr. Joseph Ker 1949
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      Correspondence with Laurence S. Kuter, Major General, re: MATS 1949
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      Correspondence with Felix Larkin, General Counsel, Office of Secretary of Defense 1950 Sept.
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      Memo re: Robert A. Learnard 1949
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      Memo re: Anthony Leviero, N. Y. Timesand Sidney Shalett, Saturday Evening Post1949
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      Memo re: Lt. General Gilberto R. Limon, Secretary of Defense, Mexico 1950
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      Lists of Senators and Congressmen invited to briefings 1950
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      Memo re: Al Lodwick 1949
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      Memo re: Mr. Hugh Love of Travelers' Insurance Co. 1949
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      Memo re: Mr. McDonald 1950
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      Memo re: General James F. McManmon 1949
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      Correspondence with Joseph T. McNarney, Office of Secretary of Defense 1950 Sept.
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      Correspondence with General John Magruder 1950 Sept.
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      Memo re: B. Majewski 1950
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      Correspondence with Lester Markel 1949
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      Correspondence with Jackson Matthews 1950
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      Correspondence with Roy James Mayo 1949
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      Correspondence with Merrill C. Meigs 1949
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      Correspondence with Edwin B. Meissner 1950
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      Correspondence with Izetta Jewel Miller 1949
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      Correspondence with Ray T. Miller 1950
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      Correspondence with E. A. Mobley 1950
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      Memo re: Henry S. Moser 1950
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      Correspondence with S. C. Moody 1950
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      Correspondence with B. F. Moomaw 1950
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      Correspondence with James E. Mooney 1949
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      Correspondence with Lewis J. Moorman 1950
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      Memo re: Eunice Morris 1950
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      Correspondence with Stanley C. Morris 1949
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      Memo re: C. F. Morrison 1949
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      Correspondence with Walter Munro 1949-1950
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      Correspondence with A. S. Murphy 1949
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      Memo re: National Association of Manufacturers, Gov. Relations Advisory Committee 1950
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      Correspondence with Elliott Newcomb 1949
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      Memo re: Lloyd Norman, Chicago Tribune1950
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      Memo re: the recording for Congressman O'Hara 1949
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      Correspondence with John H. Ohly 1949
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      Memo re: Outstanding Servicemen 1949
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      List of Outstanding Servicemen, guests of Department of Defense 1950 Jan.
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      Memo re: PageantMagazine 1950
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      Correspondence with Paul Palmer, Editor, Reader's Digest1949
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      Memo re: Wm. C. Parks 1949
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      Memo re: Judge Robert Patterson 1949
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      Correspondence with Sedley Peck 1949
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      Memo re: O. E. Petersen 1950
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      Correspondence with Irving Pflaum, Chicago Sun Times1950
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      Memo re: Philippine Ambassador's visit 1950
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      Memo re: Roxanna Pownall 1949
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      Correspondence with Robert H. Pritchard 1949
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      Correspondence with Norton G. Pritchett 1950
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      Memo re: Mr. Potofsky 1950
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      Correspondence with H. J. Procope 1950
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      Correspondence with Raymond S. Pruitt 1949
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      Memos re: Paul Ramadier 1949-1950
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      Correspondence with J. Arthur Rank 1950
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      Correspondence with G. P. Reed 1950
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      Correspondence with H. L. Remmel 1950
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      Memo re: Report of the Service Academy Board 1950
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      Memo re: J. H. Retinger 1950
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      Correspondence with Major George Ribble 1950
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      Correspondence with Elizabeth Robinson 1949
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      Memo re: Mr. Rogge 1949
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      Correspondence with James Roosevelt 1949
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      Correspondence with Sol. A. Rosenblatt 1949-1950
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      Correspondence with A. M. Rucker 1950 Sept.
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      Memo re: General Ruiz 1950
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      Correspondence with Maharaja Jam Saheb of Nawanagar 1949
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      Correspondence with Carol O. Schmidt 1950
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      Memorandum re: Secretary's Daily Calendar of Appointments 1949
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      Correspondence with Michael Shea 1949
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      Correspondence with Daniel M. Sheaffer 1950
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      Correspondence with Doctor W. M. Sheppe 1949-1950
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      Correspondence with Charles Shreve 1950
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      Memo re: Lieut. General Frank Simpson 1950
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      Correspondence with J. J. Singh 1949
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      Correspondence with Helen Sioussat, CBS 1950
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      Memo re: Spyros Skouras 1949
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      Correspondence with Harry Slattery 1949
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      Correspondence with J. D. Small 1949
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      Memorandum re: Sydney Small 1949
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      Correspondence with Arthur Clarendon Smith 1950
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      Correspondence with Millard F. Snider 1950
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      Correspondence with Benjamin Sonnenberg 1949
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      Memo re: Visit of S. African Ambassador 1950
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      Memo re: Congressman Spence 1950
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      Memo re: Harry Spratt 1949
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      Correspondence with A. C. Spurr 1949-1950
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      Correspondence with Sir Bertram Stevens 1950
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      Correspondence with Earl Stevenson 1950
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      Correspondence with Ingram Stainback 1949
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      Correspondence with Joe Starnes 1949
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      Memo re: Ernest Stauffen 1949
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      Correspondence with Col. Van R. Sternbergh 1949
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      Correspondence with Clarence Streit 1949
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      Correspondence with Robert A. Taft, Senator 1950 Sept.
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      Memo re: Olin Teague, Congressman 1950
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      Correspondence with Charles Allen Thomas 1949
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      Correspondence with Commander R. S. Thomas 1950
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      Correspondence with Louis B. Tim 1949
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      Correspondence with Col. Harry A. Toulmen 1949
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      Correspondence with Walter Trahan, Chicago Tribune1950
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      Correspondence with R. E. Truman 1949
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      Correspondence with R. B. Tucker 1950
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      Correspondence re: Captain Vacheresse 1949
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      Correspondence with Arthur W. Vanaman 1949
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      Correspondence with Mrs. Robert Vaughn 1949
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      Correspondence with Tracy S. Voorhees, Under Secretary of the Army 1950
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      Memo re: Doctor C. R. Wagner 1949
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      Memo re: Elmer Walker 1950
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      Correspondence with Col. James L. Walsh 1949
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      Correspondence with Thomas J. Ward 1950
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      Memo re: Mark Watson, Baltimore Sun 1950
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      Correspondence with Thomas Watters 1950
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      Correspondence with G. J. Watumull 1950 Sept.
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      Correspondence with Wm. Webster 1950
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      Memo re: Frank L. Weil 1949
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      Correspondence with Sumner Welles 1949
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      Correspondence with R. H. White 1950
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      Correspondence with Robert W. White 1949
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      Correspondence with Westmore Willcox 1949
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      Correspondence with A. N. Williams 1949
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      Correspondence with T. J. Williams 1950
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      Correspondence with E. A. Williford 1950
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      Memo re: Richard Wilson 1950
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      Correspondence with Dr. Robert E. Wilson 1950
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      Correspondence with Dr. R. A. Winnacker, Office of Secretary of Defense 1950 Sept.
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      Correspondence with William F. Wise 1950
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      Correspondence with Marrs Wiseman 1950
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      Correspondence with Walter B. Witherell 1950
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      Correspondence with Harry H. Woodring 1950
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      Rough draft, "The World Peace Act of 1950," and "The Leadership Emancipation Act of 1950" 1950
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      Correspondence with General W. A. Worton 1950
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      Correspondence with James H. Wright 1949
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      Memo re: Wilson W. Wyatt 1949
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      Correspondence re: Photographs, autographed photos, includes some personal notes, A-Z, 2 folders 1949-1950
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      Correspondence re: Newspaper clippings, editorials, articles, cartoons, and television programs, A-E, 5 folders 1949-1950
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      Correspondence re: Newspaper clippings, editorials, articles, cartoons, and television programs, F-Q, 11 folders 1949-1950
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      Correspondence re: Newspaper clippings, editorials, articles, cartoons, and television programs, R-Y, 5 folders 1949-1950
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      Correspondence re: Johnson's appointment as Secretary of Defense, A-B, 2 folders 1949
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      Correspondence re: Johnson's appointment as Secretary of Defense, C-M, 11 folders 1949
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      Correspondence re: Johnson's appointment as Secretary of Defense, N-Y, 9 folders 1949
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      Correspondence re: the dinner in honor of Louis Johnson on March 28, 1949 1949 March-April
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      Correspondence re: the dinner in honor of Louis Johnson on March 28, 1949, Acceptances and Regrets, 2 folders 1949 March
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      Correspondence and Papers re: the dinner in honor of Louis Johnson, March 28, 1949 1949 March-May
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      Correspondence and Papers re: "Coffee Caucus," at the Army and Navy Club, March 29, 1949, for Louis Johnson 1949 March-July
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      Correspondence re: luncheon and dinner invitations from Secretary of Defense Johnson, A-W, 2 folders 1949-1950
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Nehru's dinner, Greenbrier Hotel, 5 folders (Removed and placed with series on India) 1949 June-1950 Jan.
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      Guest Lists, luncheon and dinner, of Secretary of Defense Johnson 1949-1950
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      Correspondence re: clubs, club memberships, and requests to serve on special committees, B-W, 2 folders 1949-1950
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      Correspondence re: letters of introduction for various people traveling abroad, B-J1949-1950
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      Correspondence re: letters of introduction for various people traveling abroad, K-W1949-1950
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      Correspondence: Louis Johnson's thank-you messages for copies of articles, books, and gifts, A-W, 2 folders 1949-1950
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Louis Johnson's visit to Creighton University for Commencement Exercises 1949 April-July
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Louis Johnson's visit to Marietta College for Commencement Exercises 1949 April-July
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      Correspondence re: a proposed visit to New York University 1950 Feb.-March
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Louis Johnson's visit to the Pennsylvania Military College for Commencement Exercises 1950 Jan.-June
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Louis Johnson's visit to Villanova College for the Dedication of the Commodore John Barry Hall 1949
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Louis Johnson's visit to Yeshiva University for Dedication Exercises 1949 May-June
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      Correspondence re: 35th Division Reunion 1949 Jan. 24-Aug.
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Neal Dow Becker Publisher's Dinner 1949 March 3-May
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      Correspondence re: Conference of National Organizations 1949 March 4-April
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      Correspondence re: National Celebrities Golf Tournament 1949 March 8-May
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      Correspondence re: West Virginia, Department of Veterans Affairs Council Meeting 1949 March 9-July
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      Correspondence and Papers re: 1949 National Convention of the American Red Cross 1949 March 9-July
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      Correspondence re: Women's National Press Club Annual Dinner 1949 March 15-May
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      Correspondence and Papers re: U. S. S. ROANOKE commissioning 1949 March 16-May
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      Correspondence re: an address at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Casualty and Surety Cos. 1949 March 17-1950 June
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      Correspondence with Lawrence Spivak re: "Meet the Press" 1949 March 21-1950 Aug.
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      Correspondence re: Business Advisory Council 1949 March 22-April
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      Correspondence re: American Legion State Convention, West Virginia 1949 March 28-July
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      Correspondence re: International Association of Insurance Council 1949 March 29-April
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      Correspondence re: Burning Tree, Golf Tournament 1949 March 30-April
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      Correspondence re: Commemoration of Sherman's War is Hell!" speech 1949 March 30-July
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      Invitation, French Ambassador 1949 March 30-April 2
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      Correspondence re: Navy Ball 1949 March 30-April
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      Invitation, U. S. Joint Chiefs of Staff 1949 March 31
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      Invitation, the Commandant, USMC 1949 April 1
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      Invitation, His Britannic Majesty's Ambassador 1949 April 2
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      Invitation, Italian Ambassador 1949 April 2
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      Invitation, Eugene Myers 1949 April 4
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      Invitation to signing ceremony, North Atlantic Treaty 1949 April 4
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      Memo re: T. W. Hacker 1949 April 5
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      Correspondence re: National Board of Fire Underwriters Dinner 1949 April 5-June
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      Correspondence re: American Society of Newspaper Editors Banquet 1949 April 7-May
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech re: the "military mind" before the Society for Newspaper Editors 1949 April 7-22
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      Invitation, Ambassador of the Philippines 1949 April 8
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      Correspondence re: California Manufacturers Association Annual Banquet 1949 April 9-July
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      Invitation from Albert Cox 1949 April 11
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      Correspondence re: Independence Day address, Boston 1949 April 11, 18
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      Address by Louis Johnson at the Second Joint Orientation Course, Fort Benning, Georgia 1949 April 11
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      Memo - National Press Club Speech 1949 April 12
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      Correspondence re: "I Am An American Day" address, N. Y. 1949 April 12-20
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      Correspondence re: Luncheon invitation from Harry F. Byrd 1949 April 12-1950 June
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      Invitation, the Colombian Ambassador 1949 April 13, 19
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      Invitation, Secretary of State 1949 April 13
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      Invitation, the Chatterbox Club 1949 April 14
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      Correspondence re: Copies of various speeches made by Secretary of Defense Johnson 1949 April 15-1950 June
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      Correspondence re: Recognition dinner in Clarksburg 1949 April 18-June
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      Invitation, Capital Airlines 1949 April 18, 22
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      Correspondence re: "Salute to President of Israel" 1949 April 19-21
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      Correspondence re: Ceremonies on V-J Day 1949 April 19-May
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      Invitation, Rear Admiral F. Stam 1949 April 21
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      Correspondence with Samuel F. Haines, M. D., Mayo Clinic 1949 April 22-29
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      Invitation, Joseph Davies 1949 April 24
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      Invitation, Hoosier reception 1949 April 24
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Johnson's visit to Ottawa, 11 August 1949 1949 April 25-Aug.
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      Invitation, Sir Frederick Shedden 1949 April 27
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      Invitation, the Congressional Club 1950 April 27
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      Invitation, Secretary of Commerce 1951 April 27
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      Correspondence re: a speech at the Air War College 1949 April 28-1950 March
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Congress of American Industry Address 1949 April 29-Dec.
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      Invitation, Mrs. George Mesta 1949 April 30
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      Invitation, Mr. Justice Reed 1949 May 1
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      Correspondence re: American Forestry Association Meeting 1949 May 4-Aug.
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      Correspondence re: the Chatterbox Club 1949 May 4-June
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      Correspondence re: Time, Inc. 1949 May 4-12
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      Invitation, Chief of Staff, U. S. Army 1949 May 4
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      Correspondence re: National War College graduation exercises 1949 May 5-June
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      Memo re: Gridiron Dinner 1949 May 5-June
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's remarks before the 37th Annual Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce 1949 May-June 9
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      Correspondence and Papers re: talks before the Roanoke Chamber of Commerce 1949 May 6-1950 Feb.
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      Correspondence re: Kiwanis International Convention 1949 May 11-July
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      Memo re: Veterans Administration Radio Show 1949 May 12
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      Correspondence re: Highway Safety Conference 1949 May 12-June
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      Correspondence re: 80th birthday of M. L. Benedum 1949 May 12-July
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      Invitation, the Vice-President 1949 May 13
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      Correspondence re: Maryland State Bar Association Address 1949 May 13
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      Invitation, Reception for Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt 1949 May 14
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      Invitation, Industrial College of the Armed Forces 1949 May 17, 20
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      Correspondence re: Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo 1949 May 17, 23
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      Invitation, John Osborne, Time, Inc. 1949 May 18, 21
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      Invitation, President Truman 1949 May 18
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      Correspondence with J. Raymond Berry, National Board of Fire Underwriters 1949 May 19
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      Invitations, President of Brazil 1949 May 20, 21
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      Invitation, Ambassador of Argentina 1949 May 25
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      Correspondence re: L. Johnson's speech re: a memorial tablet to Thomas Jefferson 1949 May 25-Sept.
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech re: an international "building code" for world peace before the National Board of Fire Underwriters 1949 May 26-Oct.
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      Correspondence and Papers re: The American Legion Convention in Philadelphia 1949 May 27-Sept.
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      Correspondence re: Blair Moody Dinner 1949 May 31-June
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech at Creighton University 1949 June 2-Aug.
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      Correspondence re: Business Advisory Council Dinner 1949 June 2
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      Memo re: Perry Brown, American Legion 1949 June 2
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      Memoranda re: American Legion, Nebraska State Convention 1949 June 8-28
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      Correspondence re: Bicentennial of Washington and Lee 1949 June 8-July
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      Correspondence re: Ninetieth Division Association Reunion 1949 June 9-Oct.
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      Invitation, British Ambassador 1949 June 9
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech at the Dedication Exercises, Yeshiva University 1949 June-Sept.
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Founder's Day Speech, University of Virginia 1949 June 15-1950 April
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      Correspondence re: Louis Johnson's article "Teamwork for Defense," published in the AmericanMagazine, 1949 July 1949 June 15-Aug.
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech re: Defense Dept. policy and plans before the National War College 1949 June 21-Aug. 15
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech on the Red Cross 1949 June 21-Aug
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's Fourth of July Speech 1949 June 23-Aug.
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      Invitation, Ambassador of Thailand 1949 June 24
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      Correspondence re: Frederick Alger Post #86, American Legion 1949 June 24-Sept.
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      Correspondence re: Joint Chiefs Meeting 1949 June 30-July
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      Correspondence re: Munitions Board luncheon 1949 July 1-26
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      Invitation, Ambassador of Pakistan 1949 July 1
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      Correspondence re: Theater Owners of America dinner 1949 July 5-Sept.
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      Invitation, Women's Nation Press Club 1949 July 6-8
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      Correspondence re: Moose State 1949 July 11-Aug.
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      Correspondence with Henry L. Stevens, Judge 1949 July 12, 15
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      Correspondence re: Air Force Association, Navy League, Army Club joint meeting 1949 July 14-Aug.
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      Correspondence re: the AAA annual meeting 1949 July 15-Nov.
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      Correspondence and Papers re: West Virginia ?Society Dinner 1949 July 19-1950 Feb.
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      Correspondence re: Charles Town V-J Celebration 1949 July 21-Aug.
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's Defense Broadcasts, "The Nation's Defenses" 1949 July 22-Oct.
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      Invitation, the Polish Ambassador 1949 July 22
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      Invitation, Ambassador of Burma 1949 July 25, Aug. 18
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      Invitation, Ambassador of Liberia 1949 July 26
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      Correspondence and Papers re: a speech by J. Wm. Fulbright, "America At the Cross Roads" 1949 July 27-29
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      Correspondence with Aviator's Post 1949 Aug. 2, 8
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      Correspondence re: Industrial College of the Armed Forces 1949 Aug. 3-Sept.
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      Correspondence re: United Nations Week, Detroit 1949 Aug. 5-17
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      Invitation, American Newspaper Women's Club 1949 Aug. 7
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      Invitation, the President 1949 Aug. 8
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Annual Inspection of the NACA Flight Propulsion Laboratory, Cleveland 1949 Aug. 9-Sept.
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      Invitation, the Philippine Ambassador 1949 Aug. 9
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      Correspondence re: Dinner for Pandit Nehru 1949 Aug. 18-Oct.
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      Invitation, Ambassador of Union of South Africa 1949 Aug. 19
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      Correspondence and Papers re: New England Council Annual Meeting 1949 Aug. 19-Nov.
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      Correspondence re: Freedom House Dinner 1949 Aug. 26-Oct.
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      Correspondence re: American Memorial Foundation Benefit 1949 Sept. 5-9
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      Correspondence re: a reception for the President of the Federation Aeronautique Internationale 1949 Sept. 8-14
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      Correspondence re: the Army and Navy football game 1949 Sept. 9-Nov.
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      Correspondence re: Navy-Princeton game 1949 Sept. 9, 22
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      Correspondence with Robert Johnson, Chairman, Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report 1949 Sept. 9-Nov.
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      Invitation, Secretary of the Treasury 1949 Sept. 14
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Gold Medal Award of the Interfaith in Action 1949 Sept. 15-Dec.
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      Correspondence and Papers re: American Federation of Labor Convention 1949 Sept. 15-1950 March
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      Invitations, Secretary of Sate 1949 Sept. 17-Oct.
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      Correspondence re: World Town Hall Seminar 1949 Sept. 19-Oct.
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      Correspondence re: L. Johnson's speech re: National defense at the Theatre Owners of America Convention 1949 Sept. 21-29
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech re: Defense before the American Ordnance Association 1949 Sept. 22-Nov. 9
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      Correspondence re: Fort Worth Independent Petroleum Association 1949 Sept. 23
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      Correspondence re: Association of Land-Grant Colleges and Universities Convention 1949 Sept. 28-Oct.
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      Invitation, Commandant Potomac River Naval Command 1949 Sept. 29
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Commercial Club of Chicago and Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago speeches 1949 Sept. 29-1950 April
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      Correspondence re: Athenaeum of Summit, N. J. 1949 Oct. 2, 5
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      Correspondence re: Fifteenth Air Force Society 1949 Oct. 3-28
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      Correspondence re: Canadian Women's Clubs luncheon 1949 Oct. 4-Nov.
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      Correspondence re: the Tax Foundation 1950 Oct. 4-Nov.
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      Correspondence re: National Executive Committee, American Legion 1951 Oct. 4-Nov.
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      Correspondence re: a hunting trip with Brooke Claxton, Minister of National Defense 1949 Oct. 4-25
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      Invitation, British Ambassador 1949 Oct. 6
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      Correspondence re: Navy-Notre Dame football game 1949 Oct. 7, 14
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      Correspondence and Papers re: New York Herald Tribune Forum 1949 Oct. 10-Nov.
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech re: reduction of defense expenditures 1949 Oct. 10-1950 March 10
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      Invitation, the President 1949 Oct. 11
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      Correspondence re: Washington Chapter of the University of Virginia Alumni Association 1949 Oct. 11-1950 Feb.
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      Correspondence re: Luncheon with Senators Johnson and Brewster 1949 Oct. 13-14
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      Correspondence re: The Sojourners Club 1949 Oct. 13-Nov.
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      Correspondence re: United Nations Childrens Fund 1949 Oct. 18
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      Invitation, Kiwanis luncheon 1949 Oct. 19, 24
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      Correspondence re: Business Advisory Council Luncheon for Nehru at Homestead Hotel 1949 Oct. 19-Nov.
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      Correspondence and Papers re: The Citizens Army of the U. S. meeting 1949 Oct. 19-21
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      Invitation, Homecoming celebration, West Virginia University 1949 Oct. 21
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      Correspondence re: Gridiron Dinner 1949 Oct. 24-Dec.
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      Invitation, Eric Johnston 1949 Oct. 24
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech re: defense policy 1949 Oct. 26-Nov. 25
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      Correspondence re: Democratic National Committee Dinner 1949 Oct. 27-Dec.
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      Invitation to U. S. Naval Academy 1949 Nov. 1, 3
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Annual Bar Dinner, N. Y. Co. Lawyers' Association 1949 Nov. 4-Dec.
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech re: preparedness and national defense 1949 Nov. 5-Dec. 16
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      Correspondence and Papers re: Brotherhood Week, 1950 1949 Nov. 6-1950 April
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      Invitation, U. S. S. R. Ambassador 1949 Nov. 7
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      Invitation, Dinner for Harold Stuart 1949 Nov. 9, 14
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      U. S. Naval Medical School Course description 1949 Nov. 10
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      Invitation, National Guard 1949 Nov. 10
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      Invitation, Harrison Co. Democratic Club of Women Voters 1949 Nov. 10, 14
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      Speech by Louis Johnson re: Armistice Day and Defense Economy 1949 Nov. 11
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      Dinner Invitations from President Truman 1949 Nov. 16-1950
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      Correspondence re: Post Mortem Club 1949 Nov. 17-23
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      Invitation, Ambassador of Iran 1949 Nov. 18
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech re: National Defense and economy 1949 Nov. 18-Dec. 6
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      Invitation, Southern Society Meeting 1949 Nov. 22
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      Correspondence re: Natural Law Institute 1949 Nov. 22-Dec.
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      Invitation, British Ambassador 1949 Nov. 22
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech, "The Ramparts We Watch" 1949 Nov. 23-1950 Jan. 10
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      Invitation, Commandant Schuirmann 1949 Nov. 26
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      Invitation, honoring Wm. M. Boyle 1949 Nov. 29, Dec. 2
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      Correspondence re: a trip to Paris for the North Atlantic Defense Committee Meetings 1949 Nov.-1950 Jan.
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      Correspondence re: Dinner in honor of Associate Justice Tom C. Clark 1949 Dec. 1-1950 Jan.
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      Correspondence re: Over-Seas Writers' Luncheon 1949 Dec. 5-17
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      Memo re: Presentation of seal of Department of Defense at West Point 1949 Dec. 7
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      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's speech, "Unification" Means Dollars and Makes Sense" 1949 Dec. 13-1950 Aug. 14
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      TLS, Mrs. Joseph V. Reed to Louis Johnson 1949 Dec. 16
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      Correspondence re: Address at the Command and General Staff College 1949 Dec. 16-1950 Sept.
    • Box 135
      Correspondence and Papers re: the 1950 Kiwanis International Convention 1949 Dec. 23-1950 June
    • Box 135
      Correspondence and Papers re: Robert P. Patterson's speech, "Unification in the Armed Forces" 1949 Dec. 29-1950
    • Box 135
      Correspondence re: American Ordnance Association Luncheon 1949 Dec. 30-1950 Feb.
    • Box 135
      Draft for March issue of American Legion Magazine, "The First Year is the Hardest" 1949 Dec.
    • Box 135
      Correspondence re: Jefferson-Jackson Dinner 1950 Jan. 4-Feb.
    • Box 135
      Correspondence re: Annual Wallow of the Military Order of the Carabao 1950 Jan. 4-Feb.
    • Box 135
      Correspondence re: the Publisher' Dinner 1950 Jan. 5-1950 May
    • Box 135
      Correspondence and Papers re: a banquet in honor of President Truman 1950 Jan. 6-10
    • Box 135
      Correspondence re: An award for Amon Carter 1950 Jan. 9-10
    • Box 135
      Correspondence re: A benefit Dog Show 1950 Jan. 9-11
    • Box 135
      Correspondence re: Norge Ski Club Trophy 1950 Jan. 9-Feb.
    • Box 135
      Correspondence and Papers re: Reserve Officers Association Banquet 1950 Jan. 9-July
    • Box 135
      Correspondence and Papers re: John F. Floberg's speech, "Your Navy Today and Tomorrow" 1950 Jan. 13-17
    • Box 136
      Invitation to dinner in honor of Chiefs of Staff Committee, Canada - U. S. Regional Planning Group, NATO 1950 Jan. 17
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: White House News Photographers' Association Dinner 1950 Jan. 17-Feb.
    • Box 136
      Correspondence and Papers re: the Thirty-fifth Division Reunion at St. Louis 1950 Jan. 18-June
    • Box 136
      Invitation to luncheon for the Vice-President and Mrs. Barkley 1950 Jan. 22
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: Annual dinner of the Women's National Press Club 1950 Jan. 25-April
    • Box 136
      Correspondence and Papers re: Overseas Press Club of America Annual Dinner 1950 Jan. 25-March
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: Breakfast in honor of the President 1950 Jan. 26-Feb.
    • Box 136
      Correspondence and Papers re: Depart of Justice Speech 1950 Feb. 6-March
    • Box 136
      Correspondence and Papers re: U. S. Naval Academy speech 1950 Feb. 7-June
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: Visit to Key West 1950 Feb. 8-May
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: White House Correspondents' Association Dinner 1950 Feb. 9-March
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: Armed Services Liaison Committee 1950 Feb. 13-March
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: Reserve Officers Association of Texas Convention 1950 Feb. 13-23
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: Exhibition of orchids 1950 Feb. 14-June
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: Association of Radio News Analysts Luncheon 1950 Feb. 21-24
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: Address at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Washington, D. C. 1950 Feb. 21-July
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: Eleanor Roosevelt's television debate proposal 1950 Feb. 23-April
    • Box 136
      Correspondence and Papers re: L. Johnson's remarks at the Armed Forces Day Dinner, 20 May 1950 1950 Feb. 23-June
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: Union Industries Show 1950 Feb. 28-March
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: A request to speak at Davis-Elkins 1950 March 1-April
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: 14th National School Safety Patrol Parade 1950 March 2-April
    • Box 136
      Correspondence re: Operation Portrex 1950 March 6-15
    • Box 137
      Miscellaneous dinner and wedding invitations 1950 March 6-Oct.
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: U. S. Savings Bond Dinner 1950 March 7, 13
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: Second Division Reunion 1950 March 10-June
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: Opening session of the Third Meeting of the North Atlantic Defense Committee 1950 March 11-June
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: Dinners by General Bradley 1950 March 12-May
    • Box 137
      Memorandum re: U. S. Air Force Fighter Gunnery Meet 1590 March 14
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: A parade in honor of the Secretary of the Army 1950 March 15-April
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: a telecast "On Trial" 1950 March 22-April
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: a panel discussion on the military budget 1950 April 6-11
    • Box 137
      Correspondence and Papers re: National Board of Fire Underwriters Dinner 1950 April 6-May
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: Joint Exercise SWARMER 1950 April13-15
    • Box 137
      Address of Lewis L. Strauss before the Virginia State Chamber of Commerce 1950 April 14
    • Box 137
      Invitation to sit on Speakers Stand, Salute to Freedom Celebration 1950 April 14
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: Observation of Demon III 1950 April 17-19
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: an exhibition at the Truxton-Decatur Museum 1950 April 20
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: Joint Civilian Orientation Conference 1950 April 21-July
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: Luncheon on Pier 60 for the initial shipment of food to Berlin 1950 April 21, 24
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: Armed Forces Day 1950 April 22-May
    • Box 137
      Invitation to swearing in of Mr. Symington as Chairman of NSRB 1950 April 24
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: the Northwest Institute of International Relations Conference 1950 April 29-June
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: a trip to Ramey Air Forces Base, Puerto Rico 1950 May 4-Aug.
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: Speeches by J. Edgar Hoover 1950 May 5-June
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: a speech by General Omar Bradley 1950 May 18, 26
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: the presentation of a trophy by the Army and Navy Journal 1950 May 26, 31
    • Box 137
      Correspondence re: Monogahela Golf party 1950 May 29-July
    • Box 137
      Lists of invitations regretted by Secretary and Mrs. Johnson 1950 May, July
    • Box 138
      Correspondence and Papers re: a visit to Mexico and other Latin American countries 1950 June 1-Sept.
    • Box 138
      Correspondence re: a joint dinner of NSIA and American Ordnance 1950 June 1
    • Box 138
      Correspondence re: President's Committee on National Employ-The-Physically-Handicapped Week 1950 June 15-Aug.
    • Box 138
      Invitation to the laying of the Cornerstone, U. S. Courthouse for the District of Columbia 1950 June 27
    • Box 138
      Correspondence and Papers re: Johnson's trip to Japan and visit with the Eighth Army, 2 folders 1950 June
    • Box 138
      Correspondence re: West Virginia, Bankers Association Convention 1950 July 17
    • Box 138
      Correspondence re: American Federation of Labor Convention 1950 July 19-Sept.
    • Box 138
      Correspondence re: the Sesquicentennial of the U. S. Military Academy 1950 July 26-Aug.
    • Box 138
      Correspondence re: a cruise on Admiral Sherman's barge 1950 July 31
    • Box 138
      Correspondence re: a cruise weekend on board the U. S. S. Sequoia 1950 Aug. 15
    • Box 138
      Invitation to celebrate the Dominican Republic's Restoration Day 1950 Aug. 16
    • Box 138
      Correspondence re: Commanders Banquet, The American Legion Convention 1950 Aug. 26-Sept.
    • Box 138
      Correspondence re: Address at the American Bar Association 1950 Aug. 26-Sept.
    • Box 138
      Correspondence re: National Industrial Conference Board Dinner 1950 Sept. 8-16
    • Box 138
      Correspondence and Papers, Miscellaneous invitations for speaking engagements 1949 Nov.-1950 Sept.
  • Subseries B, Safe-File, 1949-1950
    • Box 139
      File of Correspondence and Memoranda from the Secretary of Defense's Safe-File mainly official and political material, Index included, A-M, 5 folders 1949-1950
    • Box 140
      File of Correspondence and Memoranda from the Secretary of Defense's Safe-File mainly official and political material, Index included, N-W, 3 folders 1949-1950
  • Subseries C, Engagements Calendars
    • Box 141
      Engagements Calendar, Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson, 4 folders 1949 March 28-1950 Sept. 19
    • Box 141
      Two lists entitled, "Future official or Out-of-Town Engagements" 1949 Oct. 7-1950 Sept. 24
  • Subseries D, Speeches, Press Releases, Conferences
    • Box 142
      Oath of Office 1949 March 28
    • Box 142
      Press Conference 1949 March 29
    • Box 142
      U. S. S. Roanoke Commissioning, Philadelphia 1949 April 4
    • Box 142
      American Society for Newspaper Editors 1949 April 22-29
    • Box 142
      Statement in support of North Atlantic Treaty 1949 April 28-1950 March
    • Box 142
      Chamber of Commerce 37th Annual meeting 1949 May 5
    • Box 142
      Cornerstone Laying New American Legion Building, Indianapolis 1949 May 6
    • Box 142
      National Board of Fire Underwriters N. Y. C. 1949 May 26
    • Box 142
      Memorial Day Remarks 1949 May 30
    • Box 142
      Honorary Degree citation, Creighton University 1940 June 2
    • Box 142
      Creighton University Commencement, Omaha, Nebraska 1949 June 2
    • Box 142
      NME Savings Bond Rally 1949 June 3
    • Box 142
      Villanova College Commencement 1949 June 4
    • Box 142
      Yeshiva University, N. Y. C. 1949 June 12
    • Box 142
      National War College 1949 June 21
    • Box 142
      Statement on Procurement of Contracts by Business 1949 June 21
    • Box 142
      Red Cross Annual Convention - Atlantic City, N. J. 1949 June 29
    • Box 142
      W. Va. State American Legion Convention, Wheeling, W. Va. 1949 July 4
    • Box 142
      Statement in support of Military Assistance Program 1949 July 29
    • Box 142
      Statement before Investigation Subcommittee 1949 Aug. 8
    • Box 142
      CBS Series on the Nation's Defense, D. C. 1949 Aug. 22
    • Box 142
      Statement on B-36 Investigation, House Committee on Armed Services 1949 Aug. 23
    • Box 142
      Marx Leva Statement on B-36 Program 1949 Aug. 23
    • Box 142
      Conference and Statements on Reduction of Costs 1949 Aug. 24
    • Box 143
      American Legion Distinguished Service Medal to the President 1949 Aug. 29
    • Box 143
      American Legion Convention, Philadelphia, Pa. 1949 Aug. 31
    • Box 143
      Theatre Owners of America, California 1949 Sept. 15
    • Box 143
      Statement on Alaska at Press Conference, L. A. 1949 Sept. 15
    • Box 143
      American Ordnance Association, New York City 1949 Sept. 21
    • Box 143
      American Federation of Labor Annual Convention, St. Paul, Minnesota 1949 Oct. 10
    • Box 143
      Statement before the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives 1949 Oct. 10, 21
    • Box 143
      Freedom House Award to General Clay 1949 Oct. 13
    • Box 143
      Civilian Personnel Policy 1949 Oct. 14
    • Box 143
      Statement of Herbert Hoover before the Armed Services Committee of the House of Representatives 1949 Oct. 21, 24
    • Box 143
      New York Herald Tribune Forum 1949 Oct. 26-Nov. 25
    • Box 143
      Address of welcome by the Honorable Louis Johnson, to the Military Procurement Seminar 1949 Nov. 1
    • Box 143
      American Automobile Association, Cleveland 1949 Nov. 2
    • Box 143
      Off-the-Record Remarks of Louis Johnson, Meeting of Executive Committee, American Legion, Indianapolis 1949 Nov. 5
    • Box 143
      American Legion Meeting, Indianapolis 1949 Nov. 5
    • Box 143
      Armistice Day Address 1949 Nov. 11
    • Box 143
      Speech, New England Conference of Governors, Boston 1949 Nov. 17
    • Box 143
      New England Council Annual Meeting 1949 Nov. 18
    • Box 143
      "The Ramparts We Watch," before the Congress of American Industry 1949 Dec. 7
    • Box 143
      New York County Lawyers' Association Dinner 1949 Dec. 21
    • Box 143
      Statement of Louis Johnson before the House Committee on Armed Services re: B-36 investigation ca. 1949
    • Box 143
      Press Conference Budget 1950 Jan. 10
    • Box 144
      "Armed Forces Hour" Television Series, Washington, D. C. 1950 Jan. 15
    • Box 144
      House Armed Services Committee 1950 Jan. 20
    • Box 144
      Chamber of Commerce, Roanoke 1950 Jan. 25
    • Box 144
      Statement before Senate Foreign Relations Committee 1950 Jan. 26
    • Box 144
      Joint Chiefs of Staff Press Conference 1950 Feb. 13
    • Box 144
      U. S. Attorneys Conference 1950 Feb. 14
    • Box 144
      Press Release re: the Service Academy Board 1950 Feb. 16
    • Box 144
      Senate Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments 1950 Feb. 28
    • Box 144
      Overseas Press Club of America, Waldorf-Astoria 1950 Feb. 28
    • Box 144
      Statement before Senate Appropriations Committee, 1951 estimates 1950 March 3
    • Box 144
      Address before Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago 1950 March 17
    • Box 144
      Flight of 4 B-29s under MDAP, Andrews Air Force Base 1950 March 20
    • Box 144
      Founder's Day remarks, U. of Va., Charlottesville 1950 April 13
    • Box 144
      Statement of Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson before Armed Services Subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee, 1951 Budget 1950 April 26
    • Box 144
      Statement before the Armed Services Committee of the House of Representatives in Executive Session 1950 May 3
    • Box 144
      Speech before Kiwanis Club, Miami, Florida 1950 May 11
    • Box 144
      Armed Forces Day, Statler Hotel, Washington, D. C. 1950 May 19
    • Box 144
      Armed Forces Day Banquet, Waldorf Astoria, N. Y. C. 1950 May 20
    • Box 144
      Outline for Memorial Day 5 minutes speech 1950 May
    • Box 144
      Statement before Armed Services Committee, United States Senate 1950 June 1
    • Box 144
      U. S. Naval Academy Graduation 1950 June 2
    • Box 144
      Commencement, Pennsylvania Military College 1950 June 6
    • Box 144
      Industrial College, Washington, D. C. 1950 June 27
    • Box 144
      Reserve Officers Association 1950 June 2
    • Box 144
      Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committees 1950 June 5
    • Box 144
      Remarks before the Reserve Officers Association, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D. C. 1950 June 28
    • Box 145
      Statement before Senate Appropriations Committee 1950 July 25-26
    • Box 145
      Statement of Louis Johnson before the Senate Appropriations Committee 1950 July 26
    • Box 145
      Statement before Senate Appropriations Committee 1950 July 26
    • Box 145
      Radio Broadcast, Three Star Extra 1950 July 27
    • Box 145
      Statement of Louis Johnson before the Armed Services Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives 1950 Aug. 2
    • Box 145
      Statement before the Armed Services Subcommittee of the House Committee on Appropriations 1950 Aug. 2
    • Box 145
      Statement before the Foreign Relations Committee, U. S. Senate 1950 Aug. 17
    • Box 145
      Statement before Committee on Armed Services, U. S. Senate 1950 Aug. 22
    • Box 145
      West Virginia American Legion Convention 1950 Aug. 26
    • Box 145
      Statement before the Committee on Appropriations, U. S. Senate 1950 Aug. 30
    • Box 145
      Letter from Secretary of Defense Johnson to Representative Anthony F. Tauriello 1950 Aug. 31
    • Box 145
      Joint Meeting American Bar Association and Canadian Bar Association 1950 Sept. 18
    • Box 145
      Remarks of Louis Johnson at the 32nd Annual National Convention of the American Legion 1950 Oct. 9
    • Box 145
      Remarks, Past National Commander of the American Legion at its 32nd Annual National Convention 1950 Oct. 9
    • Box 145
      Statement before Senate Foreign Relations Committee re: Military Preparedness n. d.
    • Box 145
      Statement by Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson re: Membership on Board of Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp. n. d.
    • Box 145
      Miscellaneous notes for speeches, found in Johnson's desk ca. 1949-1951, n. d.
    • Box 145
      Transcripts of Louis Johnson's Press Conference 1949 March 29-1950 Feb. 13
    • Box 146
      Transcripts of Statements by Louis Johnson before Congressional Committees, 1949, with an Index, 2 folders 1949 April 21-Oct. 21 & 1950 Jan. 20 - Aug. 30
    • Box 146
      Press Releases, 2 folders 1949 March 26-1950 Aug. 4
    • Box 146
      Press Release, 2 folders 1950 Aug. 16
    • Box 146
      Press Release re: Louis Johnson's request for Congressional approval of a Universal Training Act. 1950 Sept. 13
    • Box 146
      Department of Defense, Digest of News
  • Subseries E, Miscellaneous
    • Box 147
      Typescripts of Staff Meetings of the Secretary of Defense and his staff 1950 Jan. 13-July 3
    • Box 147
      Address List - Democratic National Committee 1949
    • Box 147
      Address List - Foreign Diplomatic, Defense Ministers 1949
    • Box 147
      Address List - Joint Civilian Orientation Conference 1949
    • Box 147
      "Christmas Cards Sent" Listing 1949 Nov.
    • Box 147
      North Atlantic Treaty Organization Directory 1950 June 23
    • Box 147
      Directory and address list, Office of the Secretary of Defense 1949 Nov. 14
    • Box 147
      Address List - Press, Public Relations 1949
    • Box 147
      Telephone Listings - Army, Navy, Air Force, and Boards, including several lists of luncheon guests and lists of invitations regretted 1949 Oct.-1950 July
    • Box 147
      Address List - U. S. Diplomatic Service 1949
    • Box 147
      DS (copy), Appointment of Louis Johnson as Secretary of Defense 1949 March 23
    • Box 147
      TMs (carbon), Summary of the accomplishments of the Department of Defense 1950 Sept. 16
    • Box 148
      Biographical information re: Louis Johnson ca. 1931-ca. 1955
    • Box 148
      "Civilian Radar Training Program, for United States of America," [by Charles Mills] 1950 July
    • Box 148
      Concluding remarks of the Honorable Herbert Hoover at the dinner given for visiting publishers at the Walforf Astoria Hotel, by Neal Dow Becker 1949 April 26
    • Box 148
      "Daily Summary," National Military Establishment, Office of Public Information, mainly re: Forrestal's resignation 1949 March 4-11
    • Box 148
      Draft of a bill to provide family allowances for dependents of enlisted members of the Armed Forces 1950 July 25
    • Box 148
      Copy of Harry Truman's report to Congress on the Korean situation 1950 July 19
    • Box 148
      Legislative Program for 1950, Dept. of Defense 1949 Nov. 22
    • Box 148
      List of persons invited to "Swearing-In" ceremonies 1949 March 28
    • Box 148
      Miscellaneous items ca. 1949-ca. 1950
    • Box 148
      Miscellaneous Newsletters 1950
    • Box 148
      National Security Act Amendments of 1949 - compiled by L. H. Renfran, Marx Leva 1949
    • Box 148
      "News of the World, WRC-NBC," Louis Johnson, the Tornado that walks like a man 1949 Aug. 24
    • Box 148
      North Atlantic Treaty, Hearings before the Committee on Foreign Relations, U. S. Senate 1949 April 27-29, May 2-3
    • Box 149
      Notebook of Quotations, with an Index [ca. 1949-ca. 1950]
    • Box 149
      Preliminary Draft, Office of National Mobilization, Mr. Louis A. Johnson - No. 11 n. d.
    • Box 149
      Miscellaneous Programs 1949-1950
    • Box 149
      Draft (photocopy), Public Law 253, 80th Congress, Chapter 343, An Act to promote the national security by providing for a Secretary of Defense 1949 March 2
    • Box 149
      "Report for the Department of the Air Force on the Material Organization of the United States Air Fore" 1950 Aug. 15
    • Box 149
      Revitalizing a Nation, a statement of Beliefs, Opinions and Policies embodied in the Public Pronouncements of General Douglas MacArthur 1952
    • Box 149
      "The Ryukyus," a brochure re: Okinawa for Louis A. Johnson 1950 June 22
    • Box 149
      Draft of a letter on Universal training for possible use by the President n. d.
    • Box 149
      West Virginia Department of Veterans Affairs Annual Report 1950 July
    • Box 149
      2 TMs (copies), "A Study of Witch-hunting and Hysteria in the United States" 1950 Aug.
Series VI, Miscellaneous Papers of Louis Arthur Johnson
  • Subseries A, Correspondence
    • Box 150
      American Bar Association to Louis Johnson 1956 Jan.
    • Box 150
      Correspondence with Wm. Wallace Barron 1963 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 150
      TLS, Madame Chiang Kai-shek to Louis Johnson 1958 Nov.
    • Box 150
      TNS from Wm. R. Daley to Louis Johnson 1951 Feb. 13
    • Box 150
      TN, George Davis to Louis Johnson 1955 June 8
    • Box 150
      Correspondence with Dwight D. Eisenhower 1961, 1963
    • Box 150
      Correspondence with various people re: James Forrestal ca. 1955-1961
    • Box 150
      Correspondence with Roswell Gilpatric 1961 Aug.
    • Box 150
      TNS, Frances Holsclaw to Mrs. Nutter w/enclosure 1965 Sept. 9
    • Box 150
      Correspondence with the Herbert Hoover family 1964 Oct.
    • Box 150
      Correspondence with President Lyndon Johnson 1963-1964
    • Box 150
      Correspondence and Papers with White House, President John Kennedy 1961-1964
    • Box 150
      Correspondence with Robert F. Kennedy 1960-1963
    • Box 150
      L. L. Lemnitzer, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff to Louis Johnson 1962 Aug. 9
    • Box 150
      Correspondence in re: to the McArthur hearings 1951 June-July
    • Box 151
      Correspondence and Papers re: the MacArthur Hearings, Testimony of Louis Johnson 1946 (1950-1951)
    • Box 151
      TLS, Douglas MacArthur to Louis Johnson 1961 July 14
    • Box 151
      Correspondence re: Manufacturers Record1955 July
    • Box 151
      R. B. Nutter to Louis Johnson 1952 March 10, 11
    • Box 151
      Correspondence and Papers with John Osborne re: Forrestal biography 1948-1949 (1962-1963)
    • Box 151
      Correspondence with James E. Powers, National Commander, The American Legion 1963 Aug.
    • Box 151
      TNS, A. C. Spurr to Louis Johnson 1956 April 18
    • Box 151
      Correspondence with Harold Stagg, speech writer 1950-1952
    • Box 151
      Correspondence with Lewis L. Strauss, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission 1954, 1959 March-June
    • Box 151
      Correspondence with Admiral Clifford A. Swanson 1962 January
    • Box 151
      Postcard from Bradley Taylor 1955 June 28
    • Box 151
      TNS, Harry Truman to Louis Johnson 1965 Dec. 17
  • Subseries B, Speeches and Miscellaneous
    • Box 151
      Remarks of Louis Johnson, Charleston Chamber of Commerce Annual Membership Dinner, West Virginia 1950 Nov. 16
    • Box 151
      TMs (copy) Address of Senator Richard B. Russell at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner 1953 Feb. 28
    • Box 151
      TMs (photocopy), The Untold Story of Douglas MacArthur, by Frazier Hunt, p. 466 1954
    • Box 151
      Certificate, West Virginia Service Officers School, Veterans' Service Training 1955 May 22
    • Box 152
      Article, "What Are the Communists' Objectives?" by Louis Johnson 1955 Sept.
    • Box 152
      Speech of Louis Johnson at Dedication of Memorial Hall, Potomac State College, West Virginia University 1957 Jan. 13
    • Box 152
      Certificate, Fifty Years Service in West Virginia Bar Association 1963 Aug. 30
    • Box 152
      TMs(carbon), Speech, "Concepts for Total War: Nature of the Conflict - Requirements for Survival and Victory" n. d.
    • Box 152
      TMs(carbon), speech re: Korean War, rough and unedited n. d.
    • Box 152
      TMs(carbon), Speech re: spreading isolationism n. d.
    • Box 152
      Declaration of decision, not to run for the Senate nomination n. d.
  • Subseries C, Printed
    • Box 152
      Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Committee on Armed Services and Committee on Foreign Relations, (vol. 35), 2 volumes 1951 June 14
    • Box 152
      Report of Proceedings, Hearing held before Committee on Armed Services and Committee on Foreign Relations, (vol. 36) 1951 June 15
Series VII, Photographs
  • Box 153
    Photograph of Johnson's swearing-in as Assistant Secretary of War 1937 March
  • Box 153
    Photograph, Newly appointed military attache calling on Assistant Secretary of War 1937 Sept.
  • Box 153
    Photographs, Grafton Municipal Hospital under construction by the WPA, W. Va. ca. 1937-ca. 1940
  • Box 153
    Photograph of Johnson's Trip to Seattle, Washington, W. P. A. Officials Dinner ca. 1937-1938
  • Box 153
    Photograph of Johnson speaking against the Ludlow Bill 1938 Jan. 6
  • Box 153
    Photograph, Assistant Secretary of War, Louis A. Johnson standing by his own official airplane 1938 Jan. 10
  • Box 153
    Photograph of Louis Johnson with W. Ross McCain 1938 Jan. 20
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Johnson addressing American Airlines, Chicago, Ill. 1938 Feb. 2
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Johnson at Amon Carter Dinner, Texas 1938 Feb.
  • Box 153
    Photographs of the XB-15, an army experimental plane 1938 April
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Ft. Leavenworth 1938 June 30
  • Box 153
    Photograph Album, Visit of Louis Johnson to Fort Lewis, Washington 1938 July 14
  • Box 153
    Photograph, Louis Johnson in Alaska 1938 Aug. 22
  • Box 153
    Louis Johnson, Assistant Secretary of War and J. Monroe Johnson, Assistant Secretary of Commerce with crew of Army Y1-OA-8 1938 Aug.
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Louis Johnson and J. Monroe Johnson during a trip to Ketchikan, Alaska; Views of Alaska 1938 Aug.
  • Box 153
    Photographs, Johnson's visit to Gulfport, Miss 1938 Sept.
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Johnson at the Wine Association meeting and at Detroit Ordnance 1938 Oct. 19
  • Box 153
    Photograph of Assistant Secretary Johnson and Assistant Secretary Edison leaving the White House after a conference with Roosevelt 1938 Oct. 25
  • Box 153
    Photograph, Assistant Secretary of War Johnson and Assistant Secretary of Navy Charles Edison 1938 Oct. 28 and n. d.
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Assistant Secretary Johnson with F. D. Roosevelt, President 1938 Oct.-1940 April
  • Box 153
    Photograph, open-cockpit plane, Ryan Co. 1938 Dec.
  • Box 153
    Photograph of a portrait of General John J. Pershing 1938
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Louis Johnson 1938-1940
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Johnson at various Jackson Day celebrations 1939 Jan.
  • Box 153
    Photograph, Henry Morgenthau, Jr.; Rep. Andrew J. May; John W. Hanes; Harry Woodring; and Louis Johnson, after the Senate Military Affairs hearing 1939 Feb. 16
  • Box 153
    Photographs of W. Va. Air Cadets, Class 39A at graduation, Randolph Field, Texas 1939 Feb.
  • Box 153
    Photograph, Mrs. Caroline Eldridge Hamner visiting Secretary Woodring, Assistant Secretary Johnson, and Chief of Staff, General Malin Craig 1939 April 13
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Assistant Secretary Johnson at the Industrial Preparedness Luncheon 1939 June 20
  • Box 153
    Photographs of the John S. Brookes Party, Louis-Galento Fight, New York 1939 June 28
  • Box 153
    Photograph, Interdepartmental Conference, State, War and Navy 1939 Aug. 24
  • Box 153
    Photographs of the Dallas, Oregon Speech by Johnson 1939 Aug.
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Louis Johnson at Uniontown, Pa. 1939 Aug.
  • Box 153
    Photograph, Johnson and the Aerial League of America at the N. Y. Worlds Fair 1939 Oct. 27
  • Box 153
    Photograph of Tony, a horse at Fort Bragg 1939 Oct.
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Johnson addressing the B'Nai B'Rith, New York 1940 Feb. 25
  • Box 153
    Photograph of Secretary of Interior, Harold Ickes 1940 Feb.
  • Box 153
    Photographs of the Association of American Railroads Dedication of a tablet to soldiers of railroad background, with Dan Willard and Louis Johnson 1940 April 26
  • Box 153
    Photographs of Plane Makers meeting officials re: defense 1940 May 20
  • Box 153
    Photograph of Johnson and A. P. E. Doyle, National Committeeman, at the Democratic National Convention 1940 July 18
  • Box 153
    Photograph of Louis Johnson, Wendell L. Willkie, and Irvin S. [Cobb] 1941 July 26
  • Box 153
    Photograph of Louis Johnson, giving an address [ca. 1941?]
  • Box 153
    Photograph of Louis Johnson and [N.] G. [Carell] 1943 Jan. 28
  • Box 153
    Photograph, Gov. Prentice Cooper, Gov. Dwight Griswold, Louis Johnson, Cordell Hull, Warren Atherton, and Gov. Leverett Saltonstall 1944 Feb.
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Rear Admiral Sidney W. Souers, USNR, of St. Louis, director of new Central Intelligence Agency 1946 Jan. 23
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Col. Robert J. Wood 1947 June 12
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Captain Robert W. Berry, USN 1947 Sept. 22, n. d.
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Gordon Gray, Assistant Secretary of the Army 1947 Sept. 23
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Inauguration of President Harry Truman 1949 Jan.
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Mr. Johnson succeeds Mr. Forrestal as Secretary of Defense 1949 March 28
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Secretary of Defense at his first Press conference 1949 March 29
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Meeting of Secretary of Defense with Secretaries of the Army, Navy, and Air Force 1949 March 29
  • Box 154
    Photograph of Louis Johnson and others, by M. R. Ashworth, Publisher, Columbia, Ga. 1949 April 11
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Johnson testifies on the Atlantic Pact 1949 April 28
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Swearing-in of Mr. Stephen A. Early as Under Secretary of Defense 1949 May 2
  • Box 154
    Photograph of Johnson's Medal of Merit 1949 May 5
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson at an American Legion Parade, Fort Ben Harrison 1949 May 11
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Secretary of Defense buys first Poppy 1949 May 19
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Model Airplane entrants meet Secretary of Defense Johnson 1949 May 27
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Secretary Johnson shows his application for a U. S. Savings Bond, aerial view of the Bond drive 1949 June 3
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Secretary Johnson at Villanova dedication exercises 1949 June 4
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Louis Johnson receives an honorary Doctor of Laws degree, Marietta College 1949 June 5
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Lewis Johnson at laying of corner stone for Legion building, Indianapolis 1949 June 6
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Swearing-in of Doctors Allen and Meiling, N. M. E. Medical Services Division 1949 July 6
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson confers with General Omar N. Bradley 1949 July 28
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson greets various visitors 1949 July-Sept.
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Boys' Forum of National Government visits the Pentagon 1949 Aug. 1
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Philippine President visits Secretary of Defense 1949 Aug. 10
  • Box 154
    Photograph, President Truman signs the Unification Bill 1949 Aug. 10
  • Box 154
    Photographs of Louis Johnson's visit to Ottawa, Royal Canadian Naval Photographs 1949 Aug. 11
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Swearing-in of General Omar N. Bradley as 1st Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff 1949 Aug. 12, 16
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Armed Forces Policy Council Meeting 1946 Aug. 16
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson testifies at B-36 investigation 1949 Aug. 23
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Secretary Johnson greets members of the American Legion Auxiliary's Girls' Nation 1949 Aug. 25
  • Box 154
    Photographs of President Truman and Secretary Johnson in a motorcade American Legion Convention 1949 Aug. 29, 30
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Official Reviewing Party, American Legion Convention, Philadelphia 1949 Aug. 30
  • Box 154
    Photographs, President Truman receiving the American Legion Distinguished Service Medal, American Legion Convention, Philadelphia; General Bradley 1949 Aug. 30
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Wall display of photographs, American Embassy, Guatemala 1949 Aug.
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Mr. Thomas R. Reid, receives award, departing Chairman of the Personnel Policy Board 1949 Sept. 1
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson greets outstanding soldiers 1949 Sept. 8, Oct. 6, Nov. 10
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Colonel Renfrow promoted to Brigadier General 1949 Sept. 8
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson congratulates Major General Wm. H. Tunner, Commander of the Berlin Airlift 1949 Sept. 12
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Theatre Owners of America Convention 1949 Sept. 15
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Admiral Denfield receives model clipper ship from home state 1949 Sept. 21
  • Box 154
    Photograph, National Air Council Award presentation to Captain Wm. Davis, Jr. and Capt. Vincent Mazza 1949 Sept. 21
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Secretary of Defense, NAAS Oceana 1949 Sept. 26
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Meeting to discuss Armistice Day Program for Birmingham, Alabama 1949 Sept. 27
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson conveys Truman's congratulations to the Army on Military Government of Germany 1949 Sept. 28
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Secretary Johnson's visit on board the U. S. S. "Franklin D. Roosevelt" 1949 Sept. 29
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson and President Truman, looking at a book 1949 Sept.
  • Box 154
    Photograph, North Atlantic Defense Committee holds First Meeting at Pentagon 1949 Oct. 5
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson congratulating Master Sergeant Thomas J. Konopa, USMC, upon his retirement 1949 Oct. 31
  • Box 154
    Photographs taken at Fort Benning, Georgia The Infantry School, Joint Orientation Conference 1949 Nov. 4-5
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Joint Chiefs of Staff Meeting 1949 Nov. 22
  • Box 154
    Photographs, Johnson at a press conference after arrival at Rhine Main Airbase, Frankfurt, Germany 1949 Nov. 27
  • Box 154
    Photograph, Johnson congratulating Major General Thomas Hayes 1949 Nov. 29
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Louis Johnson at National Airport upon his return from the second North Atlantic Treaty Committee meeting, Paris 1949 Dec. 2
  • Box 155
    Photograph, President Truman receives first of new Organized Reserve Corps Identification Cards 1949 Dec. 8
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Budget Director Frank Pace, Jr. congratulates Louis Johnson 1949 Dec. 13
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Working Model of the Forrestal Memorial Bust 1939 Dec. 22
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Secretary of the Navy Forrestal broadcasting over WCOA 1949 Dec. 28
  • Box 155
    Photographs of Louis A. Johnson 1949
  • Box 155
    Photographs, miscellaneous, of Secretary of Defense Johnson ca. 1949
  • Box 155
    Photograph pamphlet of Truman's inauguration, "To the Members of Battery D, 129th FA from its former Captain, Harry S. Truman" 1949
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Secretary of Defense Johnson, Gordon Gray, and Romula at the Pentagon office ca. 1949-1950
  • Box 155
    Photographs, miscellaneous Swearing-In Ceremonies in the Pentagon 1949-1950
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson congratulating newly activated Armed Service Police Department 1950 Jan. 3
  • Box 155
    Photograph, General Joseph T. McNarney cited 1950 Jan. 6
  • Box 155
    Photographs of the Great Buddah at Kamakura, Japan 1949 Jan.
  • Box 155
    Photograph, New flag representing the unification of the Armed Forces 1950 Feb. 3
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson greets Japanese delegation of fourteen members of the Japanese Parliament 1950 Feb. 16
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson accepts honorary chairmanship of National Defense Week 1950 Feb. 19
  • Box 155
    Photograph, President Truman returns from Key West 1950 April 10
  • Box 155
    Photographs, Swearing-in of Frank Pace, Jr. as Secretary of the Army 1950 April 12
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Secretary of the Army Gray retires 1950 April 12
  • Box 155
    Photographs, Retiring Secretary of the Air Force, W. Stuart Symington 1950 April 24
  • Box 155
    Photographs, Secretary of Defense of Mexico cited by Johnson 1950 April 24
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Johnson opens exhibit of photographs depicting equality of opportunity in armed services 1950 April 24
  • Box 155
    Photographs, President Truman and Secretary Johnson at the Joint Civilian Orientation Conference, Fort Benning, Georgia 1950 April
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Prime Minister of Pakistan visits Secretary of Defense 1950 May 4-Aug.
  • Box 155
    Photographs, First Armed Forces Day Dinner 1950 May 19
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Louis Johnson at Eglin Air Force Base, taken by Justin Rollman, Cincinnati, Ohio 1950 May 22
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson and Deputy Secretary Early lay wreath on grave of former Secretary of Defense Forrestal 1950 May 22
  • Box 155
    Photographs of Louis Johnson, General Bradley and others at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific 1950 May-June
  • Box 155
    Photograph, General Bradley lunches at Commar Club, Guam 1950 June 16
  • Box 155
    Photographs of Louis Johnson's visit at Haneda AFB, Tokyo, Japan, including photos of MacArthur and Bradley 1950 June 17-24, 26
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Johnson addresses the Industrial College Graduating Class 1950 June 25
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Louis Johnson, President Truman, and Dean Acheson conferring on Korea, Acme Photo 1950 June 26
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Defense Secretary Johnson, Undersecretary of Defense Stephen Early and Army Chief of State, J. Lawton Collins meet at White House on the Korean Crisis 1950 June 27
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Truman addresses Reserve Officers, Washington, D. C. 1950 June 28
  • Box 155
    Photographs, MacArthur gets U. N. Flag, Tokyo, Japan; General Collins delivers flag 1950 July 10, 15
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Secretary Chiefs arrive at Blair House for Korean talks 1950 July 15
  • Box 155
    Photographs, Secretary Johnson and Undersecretary of Army, H. S. Alexander examine new Universal hand 1950 July 17
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson meets W. Virginia boys 1950 July 24
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Mr. Melih Esenbel, Charge d'Affairs of the Turkish Embassy visiting Secretary Johnson 1950 Aug. 11
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Ambassador Prince Wan Waithayakon of Thailand visiting Secretary Johnson 1950 Aug. 16
  • Box 155
    Photographs, Ambassador Joaquin Elizalde of the Philippines conferring with Johnson 1950 Aug. 23
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Ambassador G. P. Jooste of South Africa confers with Secretary Johnson 1950 Aug. 30
  • Box 155
    Photograph, informal luncheon in Pentagon 1950 Sept. 1
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Louis Johnson as he appeared before the Senate MacArthur Investigating Committee 1951 June 14
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Harold A. Friedman, Rabbi and Louis Johnson, Fairmont, West Virginia 1952
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Truman Library Inc. members, Dinner, Mayflower Hotel, by A. E. Scott, Reni News photos 1953 June
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Neil McElroy, Secretary of Defense, receiving the good wishes of former secretaries Louis Johnson, Robert Lovett, Charles Wilson 1957 Sept. 17
  • Box 155
    Photographs of a dinner in honor of Louis Johnson n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Gordon Gray, Nehru, Louis Johnson, and [Walter Tuohy?] n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photographs, Secretary Johnson attending ship-board ceremonies n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photographs, Secretary Johnson with various Senators and General Bradley n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photographs, miscellaneous Secretary Johnson with various people (unidentified) n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photographs, Secretary Johnson and General Omar Bradley at an international meeting n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photographs, Louis Johnson with three sailors n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photographs, Secretary Johnson and President Truman with Forrestal n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Rear Admiral Roscoe H. Hillenkotter, USN n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Rear Admiral Paul F. Lee, USN n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Rear Admiral Joel T. Boone, USN. Lee, USN n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Secretary Johnson and Mrs. Johnson at Clarkesburg, West Virginia, airport n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photographs, Louis Johnson and members of the American Legion n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photograph, Arthur [G?] Barrows n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photograph of Johnnie Hanes n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photographs of Louis Johnson at various meetings and speaking engagements n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photographs of Assistant Secretary of Commerce Johnson, and Paul H. Griffith with aides n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photograph, dedication ceremony, individuals unidentified n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photographs of Louis Johnson at an American Legion meeting n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photographs - Miscellaneous n. d.
  • Box 155
    Photograph of [Malin] Gray n. d.
  • Box 156
    Photographs of Lockheed's XP-38 airplane n. d.
  • Box 156
    Johnson Photograph Album - Louis Johnson and President Truman in [Indiana] n. d.
Series VIII, Newspaper and Magazine Clippings
  • Box 157
    Miscellaneous Clippings, mainly re: defense and the American Legion ca. 1930-ca. 1937
  • Box 157
    Newsclippings and a photograph re: Johnson's appointment as Assistant Secretary of War 1937
  • Box 157
    Newspaper Clippings, mainly re: Johnson, defense, and the American Legion 1937
  • Box 157
    Newsclippings re: Louis Johnson ca. 1937-ca. 1942
  • Box 157
    Newspaper Clippings, mainly re: Johnson and defense ca. 1937-ca. 1938
  • Box 158
    Newspaper Clippings, mainly re: Johnson and defense ca. 1937-ca. 1938
  • Box 158
    Newsclippings, mainly re: Johnson's defense speech before the New England Council, 2 folders 1938 Nov.
  • Box 158
    Newsclippings, mainly re: Johnson and defense 1938
  • Box 159
    Newspaper Clippings, mainly re: Johnson and defense 1938
  • Box 159
    Newsclippings, mainly re: Louis Johnson as Assistant Secretary of War 1938
  • Box 159
    Newsclippings - General, mainly re: defense and preparedness 1938
  • Box 159
    Newsclippings - General, mainly re: Johnson's speeches and statements on preparedness and defense 1938
  • Box 160
    Newsclippings - General, mainly re: Johnson's speeches and statements on preparedness and defense 1938
  • Box 160
    Newsclippings, mainly re: Johnson and defense, 2 folders 1938
  • Box 160
    Newsclippings re: Johnson's speech at the Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia 1939 July
  • Box 160
    Newsclippings, mainly re: Johnson's Inspection of Defense Plants, California 1939 July
  • Box 160
    Newsclippings re: Johnson's speech for the American Legion Convention, Williamsport, Pa. 1939 Aug. 10-12
  • Box 161
    Newsclippings re: Johnson's address before the Virginia Democrats 1939 Aug. 16-27
  • Box 161
    Newsclippings re: Louis Johnson's address re: defense at the Lilly Reunion, Flat Top, West Virginia 1939 Aug. 19-20
  • Box 161
    Newsclippings, mainly re: Johnson's speech at Uniontown, Pennsylvania 1939 Aug.
  • Box 161
    Newsclippings, mainly re: Johnson and defense preparations 1939 Aug.
  • Box 161
    Newsclippings re: Johnson's speech at the West Virginia University and Coal Conferences 1939 Sept. 29-30
  • Box 161
    Newspaper Clippings - General, mainly re: Johnson's views on defense, 2 folders 1939
  • Box 162
    Newspaper Clippings - General, mainly re: Johnson's views on defense 1939
  • Box 162
    Newspaper Clippings - General and Personal, mainly re: Johnson and defense, 2 folders 1939
  • Box 162
    Newsclippings, mainly re: Johnson and defense 1939
  • Box 162
    Newsclippings, mainly editorials re: Johnson and defense 1939
  • Box 163
    Newsclippings - General, mainly re: Johnson's speeches and statements on preparedness and defense 1939
  • Box 163
    Newspaper Clippings, mainly re: Louis Johnson and defense, 3 folders 1939
  • Box 164
    Newsclippings, mainly re: Johnson and defense, 2 folders 1939
  • Box 164
    Newsclippings, mainly articles by columnists Hugh Johnson, Joseph Alsop, and Robert Kintner re: the Defense Department 1940 May-June
  • Box 164
    Newsclippings re: Johnson's speech at the Army Industrial College 1940 June
  • Box 164
    Newsclippings re: Johnson's resignation as Assistant Secretary of War 1940 July
  • Box 164
    Newspaper Clippings re: the Democratic National Convention and Louis Johnson 1940
  • Box 165
    Newspaper Clippings - General, mainly re: Johnson and defense 1940
  • Box 165
    Newsclippings, mainly re: Johnson and defense, 2 folders 1940
  • Box 165
    Miscellaneous newsclippings ca. 1941-1947, n. d.
  • Box 165
    Newsclippings, 2 folders 1949-1950
  • Box 166
    Newsclippings, 2 folders 1950-1951
  • Box 166
    Press Clippings re: MacArthur Hearings, by the Senate Committee 1951 June 14-15
  • Box 166
    Newsclippings, 5 folders 1952-1956
  • Box 166
    Newsclippings 1958
  • Box 166
    Newsclippings, 2 folders 1960-1961
  • Box 166
    Newsclippings, 2 folders 1963 and n. d.
  • Box 167
    Magazine Clippings re: Louis Johnson 1931 May
  • Box 167
    Magazine Clipping re: Louis Johnson 1933
  • Box 167
    Magazine Clippings re: Louis Johnson, 3 folders 1937-1939
  • Box 168
    Magazine Clippings re: Louis Johnson 1940
  • Box 168
    American White Paperby Joseph Alsop and Robert Kintner 1940
  • Box 168
    Magazine Clippings re: Louis Johnson 1942
  • Box 168
    Magazine Clipping re: Louis Johnson 1947
  • Box 168
    Magazine Clippings re: Louis Johnson, 2 folders 1949-1950
  • Box 168
    Magazine Clippings re: Louis Johnson, 2 folders 1953 and n. d.
Box 169
Oversize Items
  • Photographs
    • Folder #1 & #2
      The Army and Navy Munitions Board, with its executive committee 1937 Oct.
    • Folder #1 & #2
      2 Photographs, Louis Johnson at the Amon Carter Dinner, Texas 1938 Feb.
    • Folder #1 & #2
      General C. M. Wesson, Johnson, General Benedict Crowell, and Col. N. F. Ramsey 1938 May
    • Folder #1 & #2
      4 Photographs of Johnson's trip to Alaska 1938 [ca. June]
    • Folder #1 & #2
      2 Photographs, Vultee-YA-19 1938 Dec. 30
    • Folder #1 & #2
      Johnson with Matt Warren 1938
    • Folder #1 & #2
      John S. Brooks Party, Louis Galento Fight, New York 1939 June 28
    • Folder #1 & #2
      Banquet of M.[ilitary]O.[order]W.[orld]W.[ar]1940 April 6
    • Folder #1 & #2
      4 Photographs of Johnson being sworn in as Secretary of Defense 1949 March
    • Folder #1 & #2
      The Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Forrest P. Sherman, General Omar N. Bradley, General Hoyt S. Vandenberg, and General J. Lawton Collins 1949 Nov. 22
    • Folder #1 & #2
      2 Photographs, British Naval Chief calls on Secretary Johnson 1950 April 6
    • Folder #1 & #2
      Presentation of Inter-Faith in Action gold medal 1950
    • Folder #1 & #2
      President Roosevelt, Secretary of State Cordell Hull, Undersecretary of State Sumner Welles, and Assistant Secretary of War Louis Johnson n. d.
    • Folder #1 & #2
      2 photographs of Johnson at a military review n. d.
    • Folder #1 & #2
      Louis Johnson, Omar Bradley, and unidentified officers n. d.
  • Cartoons
    • Folder #3
      Reproduction (color) of a Bermansky cartoon re: Unification [ca. 1949]
    • Folder #3
      "Truman says Acheson will stay...period," by Jim Berryman [1950]
    • Folder #3
      "One Down; Two to Go," by Carey Orr 1950 Sept. 15
    • Folder #3
      "Relief Pitcher with a Konstanty Record," by F. O. Alexander 1950 Oct. 2
    • Folder #3
      "Home Front Casualty," by Herc Ficklen 1950
    • Folder #3
      "Thrown to the Wolves," by S. J. Ray 1950
    • Folder #3
      "Casualty List, on the Home Front, too," by Jacob Burck 1950
  • Maps
    • Folder #4
      4 Maps of initial concentrations, Germany and Poland 1949 Sept. 1-16
    • Folder #4
      11 Maps of the military situation, Western Front 1940 June 5-21
    • Folder #4
      2 Maps re: the Defense of America, with 2 charts n. d.
    • Folder #4
      "Polska" by E. Romer; T. Szumanski n. d.
    • Folder #4
      "Finland" n. d.
  • Charts
    • Folder #5
      "Data on Output and Peak Load of Largest Generating and Distributing Systems in North America, 1935-1938" 1939 May 6
    • Folder #5
      "Data on Generating Rating, Output, Customers and Distribution of Energy of Public Utility Systems" 1939 May 6
    • Folder #5
      "Measures to be taken by the War Department in the Event a National Emergency is Declared..." ca. 1940
    • Folder #5
      "Machines and Progress" ca. 1942
    • Folder #5
      Navy Department-Organizational Directory of Key Personnel 1950 Aug. 15
    • Folder #5
      Forms for a Synopsis of Situation, Mechanized Weapons Transportation n. d.
  • Newspapers
    • Folder #6
      Four sheets of newspaper clippings from the Moline Daily Dispatch; the Daily Timesof Davenport, Iowa; the Davenport Democrat and Leader; and the Rock Island Argus, mainly re: Rock Island arsenal 1938 [June]
    • Folder #6
      Honolulu Star-Bulletin 1950 June 12
    • Folder #6
      Honolulu Advertiser 1950 June 13
    • Folder #6
      Honolulu Advertiser 1950 June 13
    • Folder #6
      Pacific Starts and Stripes 1950 June 19
    • Folder #6
      Nippon Times 1950 June 19
    • Folder #6
      Nippon Times 1950 June 20
    • Folder #6
      Japan News 1950 June 20
    • Folder #6
      Pacific Stars and Stripes 1950 June 20
    • Folder #6
      Nippon Times 1950 June 22
    • Japanese Newspapers
    • Folder #6
      ca. 1950 June
      • Folder #6
        The Sun Pictoral Daily
      • Folder #6
        The Mainichi, six issues
      • Folder #6
        The Ji Ji Shimpo
      • Folder #6
        The Tokyo Times, 2 issues
      • Folder #6
        The Nippon-Yukan
      • Folder #6
        The Sekai Keizai
      • Folder #6
        The Sangyo-Keizai Shinbun, 3 issues
      • Folder #6
        The Yukan Yomiuri, 2 issues
  • Programs
    • Folder #7
      Menu, Dinner given by the Secretary of Defense and Mrs. Johnson in honor of his excellency Jawaharlal Nehru 1949 Oct. 29
    • Folder #7
      "A Salute to Aviation," Crucible Steel Company of America. n. d.
  • Blueprint
    • Folder #7
      Flying Model, Stinson Junior, West Va. Model Airplane Co., by Gordon Chain n. d.
  • Scrapbooks
    • Folder #7
      "Appointment and Swearing-In of Louis Johnson as Secretary of Defense" 1949 March
    • Folder #7
      "Appointment and Swearing-In of Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson" 1949 March
    • Folder #7
      "Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson" 1949 March-1950 Aug.
    • Folder #7
      "Louis Johnson, Secretary of Defense, Unification, Economy" 1949 March-Aug.
    • Folder #7
      "Special Occasions of Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson" 1949 March-1950 Sept.
    • Folder #7
      "Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson" 1949 April-June, 1951
    • Folder #7
      "Thirty-first National Legion Convention" 1949 Aug. 29-Sept. 1
    • Folder #7
      "Armistice Day" 1949 Nov. 11
    • Folder #7
      "Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson, North Atlantic Treaty" 1949, 1950
    • Folder #7
      "Cartoons" 1949
    • Folder #7
      "Final Report, Armed Forces Day 1950 Area One" 1950
    • Folder #7
      "Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson, Visit to Japan" 1950 June
    • Folder #7
      "Resignation of Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson" 1950 Sept.
  • Phonograph Records
    • Folder #7
      Program of National Broadcasting Company "Magic Key of R. C. A., Army Day," in 10 parts, 78 RPM 1939 April 2

      P-463 Parts 1 and 3
      P-464 Parts 2 and 4
      P-465 Parts 5 and 7
      P-466 Parts 6 and 9
      P-467 Parts 8 and 10

    • Folder #7
      Speech of Louis Johnson before the National Board of Fire Underwriters, New York, in 7 parts, 78 RPM 1940 May 23

      P-468 Parts I-A and III-A
      P-469 Parts II-A and IV-A
      P-470 Parts V-A and VII-A
      P-471 Parts VI-A

    • Folder #7
      Speech of Herbert Hoover, in 5 parts, 78 RPM 1940 May 27

      P-472 Parts 1 and 3
      P-473 Parts 2 and 4
      P-474 Parts 5

    • Folder #7
      Speech of Louis Johnson before the Charleston chamber of Commerce, in 12 parts, 78 RPM 1950 Nov. 16

      P-475 Parts 1 and 7
      P-476 Parts 2 and 8
      P-477 Parts 3 and 9
      P-478 Parts 4 and 10
      P-479 Parts 5 and 11
      P-480 Parts 6 and 12

    • Folder #7
      Television Talk, General Julius Klein, "The Voice of Robert E. Taft," in 3 parts, 78 RPM 1954 March 25

      P-481 Parts I and III
      P-482 Part II

  • Films
    • Folder #7
      Col. Louis Johnson takes Oath of Office as Secretary of Defense, 16 MM 1949 March 28
    • Folder #7
      "Coffee Caucas," with Louis Johnson at the Army and Navy Club 1949 March
    • Folder #7
      Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson, Armed Forces Day Speech, 2 reels, 16 MM 1950 May 20
    • Folder #7
      Secretary Johnson delivering a speech at the Industrial College of Armed Forces and also at Norfolk, Virginia, on the Korean situation [1950 June 27]

Significant Persons Associated With the Collection

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  • W.[orld]