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John J. McCloy (AC 1916) Papers, 1897-1989 (Bulk: 1940-1979)
59.5 Linear feet (52 records cartons, 28 flat boxes, 1 scroll box, 2 map case drawers)
Collection number: MA.00035

Abstract:
The John J. McCloy Papers span the years 1897-1989, with the bulk of the material falling into the period 1940-1979. The roughly 60 linear feet of material cover the breadth of McCloy's activities, from lawyer to banker to government official to negotiator to behind-the-scenes adviser. The papers include working papers, correspondence, memoranda, speeches, scrapbooks, photographs, legal documents, printed material, and memorabilia. The collection includes very little personal or family-related material.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

In general, there is no restriction on access to the John J. McCloy Papers for research use. Selected items may be restricted to protect the privacy rights of individuals or for other legal reasons. Particularly fragile items may have been replaced with copies. Material from other collections, which may be found in the McCloy Papers, cannot be duplicated.

Restrictions on use:

All copyrights held by John J. McCloy or his heirs were transferred to Amherst College along with the papers. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of other copyrights. Requests for permission to publish material from the papers should be directed to the Archivist of the College.

Amherst College Archives and Special Collections

Historical Note

John J. McCloy (1895-1989) has been described as a "minister without portfolio" and "the most influential private citizen in America" (Harper's, Feb 1983). It was said that he held the record for the most Cabinet positions offered and refused. Among the positions that he did hold were: Assistant Secretary of War during World War II, High Commissioner of Germany after the war, President of the World Bank, Chairman of the Chase Manhattan Bank, Chairman of the General Advisory Committee on Arms Control and Disarmament. In addition, he served official or unofficial advisor to every US president from Roosevelt through Reagan; his advice and assistance were sought by political and business leaders in the US and around the world.

McCloy was known as a skilled mediator and facilitator. What has been debated is the extent of his role in making policy, as opposed to articulating it. During his career, he was involved in some of the biggest--and most controversial--American policy decisions of his day. Among the issues with which he was involved and which are represented in the papers are: the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II; the shaping of Germany's post-war economy; civilian vs. military control of early atomic energy development; the Cuban missile crisis; numerous arms control and disarmament treaties; negotiations with OPEC on behalf of the major oil companies; and efforts to gain asylum in the US for the deposed Shah of Iran.

McCloy had strong ties to Amherst College; he graduated cum laude with the Class of 1916 and served on the Board of Trustees from 1947-1989. He thought of himself as a public servant and in his speeches often emphasized the importance of public service.

He died in 1989 at the age of 93.

Chronology
1895 Mar 31
Name at birth: John McCloy (Amherst College records show "Snader" as middle name until approximately 1935 and "Jay" thereafter.)
Born in Philadelphia
Parents:Anna May Snader McCloy and John Jay McCloy
1907-1912
Peddie School
1912-1916
Amherst College
1916-1917, 1919-1921
Harvard Law School
1917 Aug-1919 Aug
US Army
1917
Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant
1918
Promoted to Captain
1918-19
Served with American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) in France
1921 Aug- 1924 Nov
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft
1924 Dec-1940 Dec
Cravath, DeGersdorff, Swaine & Wood
1929
Became a partner
1930-1941
Involved in World War I sabotage case known as "Black Tom,"
1930 Apr 25
Married Ellen Zinsser
1937 Nov 5
John J. McCloy II born
1940 Oct-Nov
Expert consultant to Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson
1940 Dec-1941 Apr
Special Assistant to Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson
1941 Apr-1945 Nov
Assistant Secretary of War
1941 Jul 16
Ellen Z. McCloy born
1946-1947
Milbank, Tweed, Hope & Hadley
Member of Secretary of State's Committee on Atomic Energy (Acheson-Lilienthal Committee)
1947-1949
President of World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development)
1947-1989
Trustee of Amherst College
1956-1969
Chairman of the Corporation
1969-1989
Trustee Emeritus and Honorary Chairman of the Corporation
1948 Jun-1949 May
Member of Committee on the National Security Organization (Eberstadt Committee) of the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (Hoover Commission)
1949 Jul-1952 Jul
US Military Governor and High Commissioner for Germany
1952-1965
Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Ford Foundation
1953
The Challenge to American Foreign Policy published
1953 Jul
Senate Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws (Jenner Committee) issues report saying that Army was tolerant of Communists in WWII and implying that JJM was responsible
1953-1971
Chairman of Council on Foreign Relations
1953 Jan-1960 Dec
Chairman of the Board, Chase National Bank
1955 Apr
Merged with Bank of Manhattan to become Chase Manhattan Bank
1954 Feb
Joseph McCarthy accuses JJM of having ordered the destruction of Army intelligence files on Communists during World War II (charge retracted two days later)
1956-1957 Nov
Member of United Nations advisory team overseeing Suez Canal clearance operations
1958 Nov-1959
President's Committee to Study the Military Assistance Program (Draper Committee)
1961-1989
Milbank, Tweed, Hope, Hadley & McCloy Represented major oil companies during OPEC negotiations, anti-trust investigations, and divestitures
1961 Jan-1974 May
Coordinator of US disarmament activities
1961 Jan-Oct
Advisor to President Kennedy
1961-1974
Chairman of General Advisory Committee on Arms Control and Disarmament
1962 Oct-1963
Chairman of Coordinating Committee of the US on Cuban Missile Crisis
1963 Dec-1964
Member of Presidential Commission to Investigate the Assassination of President Kennedy (Warren Commission)
1964-1968
Member of President Johnson's Senior Advisory Group on Vietnam
1965-1975
Chairman of Committee for Modern Courts, Inc.
1966-1967
Head of US delegation to Tripartite Talks (NATO)
1967
Representative of the US Treasury Department on International Monetary Fund missions
1969
The Atlantic Alliance published
1978
Member of the Committee of Americans for the (Panama) Canal Treaties
1979-1981
Member of Special Project Team working to gain asylum in the US for the Shah of Iran
1980-1981
Member of President Reagan's transition team
1989 Mar 11
Died in Stamford, CT
Scope and Contents

The John J. McCloy Papers span the years 1897-1989, with the bulk of the material falling into the period 1940-1979. The roughly 74 linear feet of material cover the breadth of McCloy's activities, from lawyer to banker to government official to negotiator to behind-the-scenes adviser. The papers include working papers, correspondence and memoranda, speeches, scrapbooks, photographs, legal documents, printed material, and memorabilia. The collection includes very little personal or family-related material.

The first 6 series consist of materials, grouped by topic or type, that span much or all of McCloy's public career: Personal Affairs, Diaries, Scrapbooks, Speeches, Awards, and Photographs. The next 25 series consist of "working papers," divided according to McCloy's various positions, roles, and areas of influence. Series 32 consists of printed material of a general nature. (Printed material related to a given position is included in the relevant series.) Series 33: Correspondence and Series 34: Retrospectives contain unofficial correspondence and biographical material, which arrived as part of the second installment to the Papers.

More detailed description can be found at the series level. Series-level scope and content notes include: historical and biographical information; series and sub-series arrangement; subject matters and formats, and a box/folder listing.

The John J. McCloy Papers are arranged in 35 series:


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

In general, there is no restriction on access to the John J. McCloy Papers for research use. Selected items may be restricted to protect the privacy rights of individuals or for other legal reasons. Particularly fragile items may have been replaced with copies. Material from other collections, which may be found in the McCloy Papers, cannot be duplicated.

Restrictions on use:

All copyrights held by John J. McCloy or his heirs were transferred to Amherst College along with the papers. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of other copyrights. Requests for permission to publish material from the papers should be directed to the Archivist of the College.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

[Identification of item], in John J. McCloy (AC 1916) Papers [Box #, folder #], Amherst College Archives and Special Collections, Amherst College Library

History of the Collection

The John J. McCloy Papers were given to Amherst College by McCloy through a deed of gift executed in July of 1985. Prior to their physical transfer to the Amherst College Archives, roughly half of the papers underwent a national security review by the Department of State. The bulk of these arrived at the College in May of 1986, with several batches sent later following clearance by the relevant government agency.

Processing Information

Processing of this portion of the collection began in April 1986 and was completed in April 1990. In June 1990, after McCloy's death, the Archives received a second installment to the Papers. The processing of this addition required item-level attention, as the material had not been reviewed by the State Department. The Archives coordinated reviews by both the State Department and legal counsel. During this process detailed listings and cross-references were created to indicate the specific installment to which material belonged and to facilitate research use.

The papers were received in considerable disarray, with little evidence of their original order. Wherever possible, original groupings of items and folders were retained; however, the current organization of the papers was for the most part imposed during processing.

In 2017, the physical arrangement of the papers was revised. Folders were labelled contiguously and boxes were condensed in order to house the material safely and efficiently. The finding aid was revised to reflect new box and folder numbers and to clearly delineate physical and intellectual arrangement.

Accession Number:85-099, 86-063, 90-042, 91-003, 97-087
Processed:1986-1990, 1990-1993
By:Daria D'Arienzo, Archivist
Cheryl Gracey, Archives Associate
Emily Silverman, Archives Associate
Listing Revised:1993 Jun-Jul
By:Daria D'Arienzo, Archivist of the College
Emily Silverman, Archives Associate
Jean W. Zilewicz, Archives Associate
Listing and Finding Aid RevisedJun-Nov 2017
By: Chris Barber, Deputy Archivist; Rachel Jirka, College Archivist


Additional Information
Contact Information
Amherst College Archives and Special Collections
Robert Frost Library
PO Box 5000
Amherst, MA 01002-5000

Phone: (413) 542-2299
Fax: (413) 542-2692

Email Reference Form: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives/askus
URL: http://www.amherst.edu/library/archives
Language
English
Related Material

Because of John McCloy's longtime connections with the college, the Amherst College Archives has information about him beyond that found in his own papers. Sources include the Biographical Files (Class of 1916), the Photographic Images Collection, the Buildings and Grounds Collection (especially the files on the War Memorial and the Frost Library), and publications such as the Olio (the yearbook), the Amherst Student (the student newspaper), and the alumni magazine. Contact the Amherst College Archives for further information.

Other institutions holding primary source material include: the National Archives, the Presidential libraries, the Ford Foundation, and repositories holding the papers of McCloy's associates.

Sponsor
Encoding funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Contents List
Series 1: Personal Affairs
1916-1986
Boxes 1 and 2

Scope and content:

Includes documents, biographical information, correspondence, and other material relating to JJM as an individual, rather than as the holder of a given office. Very little of the material is truly "personal" in the sense of being related to JJM's private or family life.

The series is divided into four subseries:

Sub-series A: Personal Documents and Government Service - includes documents (birth certificate, army documents, bar credentials, passports, etc.), correspondence regarding JJM's potential service in the Cabinet and other government positions, and a small amount of family-related material.

Sub-series B: Correspondence - Includes correspondence, mostly from the 1940's, of a general, personal, or unofficial nature. Many of the letters include exchanges of ideas on current events, foreign policy, and other subjects. The material is also interesting for what it reveals about JJM's friendships. Of particular interest is the correspondence with JJM's early mentors Colonel Guy Preston, Colonel Henry Stimson, and Justice Felix Frankfurter and with his longtime friend General George Marshall. (Note that official correspondence with these and other individuals is filed in the series to which it pertains.)

Sub-series C: Requests - Consists mainly of requests for JJM's autograph. Most of the requests were made in the 1960's, and many were made because of his connections with John Kennedy and the Warren Commission. In a few cases, the writer also asked for JJM's opinion about a given subject (e.g., the Warren Commission's findings, Lyndon Johnson as a president), to which JJM generally replied. Material within the subseries is arranged alphabetically by person or type.

Sub-series D: Foreign Affairs Articles - Includes notes, correspondence, and article drafts for Foreign Affairs articles from 1947, 1949, and 1966.

Related material:

RELATED SERIES: Series 33: Correspondence, Series 34: Retrospectives

Sub-series A: Personal Documents and Government Service



Section 1: Personal Documents



Amherst College commencement program
1916 Jun 21

Box 1: folder 1
Army documents
1915, 1917-19, 1929, 1942

Box 1: folder 2 Box Oversize 25: folder 4
Army: Military Instruction Camp, Plattsburg, NY: certificate of completion
1916 Sep 6

Box 1: folder 3
Biographical data
[1940, 1941, 1946]

Box 1: folder 4
Biographical information for security investigation
1961

Box 1: folder 5
Birth certificate (copy)
1935 Mar 15

Box 1: folder 6
Birth certificate: request for name correction
1965 Aug

Box 1: folder 7
Cemetery lot dispute. JJM correspondence with Laurel Hill Cemetery Philadelphia, and Herthe H. Lehman re: sale of lot by Anna S. McCloy
1922 Jun 28, 1926 Jan 29-1927 May 27

Box 1: folder 8
Commendation by Senate for HICOG work
circa 1952

Box 1: folder 9
Financial information 1940-1944
[1945]

Box 1: folder 10
Gettysburg, 75th anniversary of battle at. Clippings from New York Times Magazine
1938 Jul 1-3

Box Oversize 26: folder 8
Japan, itinerary of trip
1978 Apr

Box 1: folder 11
Law credentials (bar certificates, applications, etc.)
1922-1956

Box 1: folder 12 Box Oversize 25: folder 2-3 Box Oversize 25: folder 9
Law credentials: admission to District of Columbia Bar
1965-66

Box 1: folder 13
McCloy, Anna S. (JJM mother). Correspondence
circa 1926, 1935 Aug 15

Box 1: folder 14
McCloy, John J. (JJM father). Correspondence about, miscellaneous data
undated, 1944 Sep 14-1947 Jun 3

Box 1: folder 15
Medals and decorations. Correspondence (with reference to dedication of European battle monuments)
1960 Jun 9-28

Box 1: folder 16
Milbank, Tweed, Hope, Hadley & McCloy (law firm). Material re: JJM withdrawal to go to World Bank and firm name change
1946, 1947

Box 1: folder 17 Box Oversize 25: folder 6
Passports: standard, diplomatic, and United Nations
1936, 1948, 1949, 1953, 1957, 1961, 1966(2), 1968, 1971, 1976

Box 1: folder 18
Powers of attorney (JJM)
1930, 1943

Box 1: folder 19
Power of attorney (Ellen Z. McCloy - JJM wife)
1930

Box 1: folder 20
Quotations
1953, 1961-65

Box 1: folder 21
Walther, Elizabeth (JJM employee). Correspondence
1941 Dec 11-1945 Aug 22

Box 1: folder 22
Walther family. Correspondence
1945 Jul 31-Nov 14

Box 1: folder 23
Wills (JJM), with correspondence
1930, 1937, 1942-1943

Box 1: folder 24
Wills (family members)
1930, 1933, 1942

Box 1: folder 25
Section 2: Government Service - Offers and Responses



Byrnes, James F. (Sec. of State). Letter to
1945 Dec 3

Box 1: folder 26
Haig, Alexander (for Pres. Richard M. Nixon). Memo of meeting, correspondence
1973 Jun 2-5

Box 1: folder 27
Hodges, Luther (for Pres.-elect John F. Kennedy). Memo of conversation
1960 Dec 8

Box 1: folder 28
Kissinger, Henry A. (for Pres. Richard M. Nixon). Letters to
1971 Nov 26-29

Box 1: folder 29
Sub-series B: Correspondence



Section 1: General



Acheson, Dean
1945 Jun-1946 Dec

Box 1: folder 30
Adenauer, Lotte
1953 Mar-1954 May

Box 1: folder 31
Armstrong, Hamilton Fish
1948 Sep-Oct

Box 1: folder 32
Arnold, H.H.
1949 Jan

Box 1: folder 33
Baruch, Bernard M.
1948 Oct-Nov, 1960 Feb-Mar

Box 1: folder 34
Badeau, John S.
1968 Jun-Jul

Box 1: folder 35
Beck, John J.
1967 May, 1969 Aug-Sep, 1974 Apr

Box 1: folder 36
Belin, David W.
1973 Jul-1979 May

Box 1: folder 37
Bell, Ernest L.
1976 Jan-Nov

Box 1: folder 38
Bennett, Augustus
1977 Dec

Box 1: folder 39
Bernstein, Edward M.
1968 Nov, 1971 Sep-Nov

Box 1: folder 40
Blessing, Karl Hermann (correspondence about)
1947 Nov-Dec

Box 1: folder 41
Bracken, Brendan
1947 Mar

Box 1: folder 42
Bradley, Omar
1947 Nov-1948 Jun

Box 1: folder 43
Brand, Robert
1947 Mar-Oct

Box 1: folder 44
Brand, Thomas
1947 Apr-May

Box 1: folder 45
Brennan, Clyde
1941 Jun-Jul

Box 1: folder 46
Bundy, McGeorge
1947 Dec

Box 1: folder 47
Churchill, Winston
1948 Dec-1949 Feb

Box 1: folder 48
Creamer, John F.
1949 Dec-1950 Jan

Box 1: folder 49
Dulles, John Foster
1945 Jul, 1954 Jan

Box 1: folder 50
Eberstadt, Ferdinand. Memo for Bernard Baruch (fragment)
1957 Oct

Box 1: folder 51
Eden, Anthony
1945 Jun-Jul

Box 1: folder 52
Eisenhower, Dwight
1946 Dec-1947 [Aug]

Box 1: folder 53
Eisenhower, Dwight: re: Bricker Amendment
1954 Jan

Box 1: folder 54
Fenard, R.
1944 Nov-Dec

Box 1: folder 55
Fisher, Adrian S.
1945 Jul-Aug

Box 1: folder 56
Forrestal, James
1947 May-1949 Jun

Box 1: folder 57
Francis, Charles I.
1941 Jun

Box 1: folder 58
Frankfurter, Felix
1941 Mar-1949 Jan

Box 1: folder 59
Friedman, W.F. (correspondence about)
1941 Nov

Box 1: folder 60
Greenwich Country Day School: correspondence from members after JJM visited grandson Jay's class
1983 Feb

Box 1: folder 61
Hadley, Morris
1947 Mar 18

Box 1: folder 62
Halifax, Edward, Earl of
1947 Oct-Dec, 1949 Feb-Mar

Box 1: folder 63
Hannon, Stuart L.
1979 Nov

Box 1: folder 64
Hoover, Herbert
1948 Apr-1949 Jan

Box 1: folder 65
Ickes, Raymond (correspondence about)
1947 Apr

Box 1: folder 66
"Information Please" (radio program). JJM question for
1941 Dec

Box 1: folder 67
Ismay, George
1948 Jan

Box 1: folder 68
Jewish Restitution Successor Organization
1958 Feb

Box 1: folder 69
Liber, Mrs. Amour F.: re: JJM retirement from Chase Manhattan Bank
1960 Mar

Box 1: folder 70
Lincoln, G.A.
1947 Apr

Box 1: folder 71
Lippman, Walter
1946 Jun

Box 1: folder 72
Marshall, George C.
1941 Apr-1949 Jan

Box 1: folder 73
Merson, Martin
1956 Jun-Dec

Box 1: folder 74
Monnet, Jean
1962 Sep

Box 1: folder 75
Nickerson, A.L.
1965 Sep

Box 1: folder 76
Palmer, Carleton H.
1940 Dec-1944 Aug

Box 1: folder 77
Patterson, Robert P.
1945 Dec-1946 Nov

Box 1: folder 78
Patton, George S. (correspondence about)
1955 Feb

Box 1: folder 79
Pepper, George Wharton
1946-1947

Box 1: folder 80
Preston, Guy
1941 Apr-1949 May

Box 1: folder 81
Simon, William E.
1980 Oct

Box 1: folder 82
Slater, Nelson
1958 Oct

Box 1: folder 84
Simpson, Helen P.
1946 Apr-May

Box 1: folder 83
Smith, Walter B.
1945 Nov-1946 Feb

Box 1: folder 85
Stettinius, Edward R. Jr.
1947 Mar, 1949 Feb-May

Box 1: folder 86
Stimson, Henry L.
1940 Feb-1948 Nov (with gaps)

Box 1: folder 87
Stone, Shepard
1967 Jan

Box 1: folder 88
Swaine, Robert T.
1943 Jan

Box 1: folder 89
Tate, Ralph H.
undated

Box 1: folder 90
Truman, Harry S.
1947 Jan

Box 1: folder 91
Wilkie, Wendell L.
1941 Jun, 1944 Apr-May

Box 1: folder 92
Wonham, Ann and Fred
[1960's]

Box 1: folder 93
Section 2: 70th Birthday Greetings and Responses



Unidentified, A-F
1965 Mar 31

Box 1: folder 94
G-N
1965 Mar 31

Box 1: folder 95
O-Z
1965 Mar 31

Box 1: folder 96
Section 3: 87th Birthday Greetings



1982 Mar
87

Box 1: folder 97
Section 4: 90th Birthday



1985 Jan-Mar
88

Box 1: folder 98
1985 Mar 20
89

Box 1: folder 99
1985 Mar 21
90

Box 1: folder 100
1985 Mar
91

Box 1: folder 101
1985 Jan-Apr
92

Box 1: folder 102
1985 Mar-Apr
93

Box 1: folder 103
1985
94

Box 1: folder 104
1985 Mar-May
95

Box 1: folder 105
Sub-series C: Autograph Requests



Requests A-L
1964-1978

Box 2: folder 1
Requests M-Z
1960-1980

Box 2: folder 2
Sub-series D: Foreign Affairs Articles



Foreign Affairs: (material relating to Oct 1947 article by JJM)
1947 Apr-Dec

Box 2: folder 3
Foreign Affairs: (correspondence with editor H.F. Armstrong)
1948 Sep-Oct

Box 2: folder 4
Foreign Affairs: (material relating to July 1949 article by JJM)
1949 Mar-Jun

Box 2: folder 5
Foreign Affairs: notes and correspondence re: proposed Winter 1966 article about NATO
1966

Box 2: folder 6
Foreign Affairs: drafts and comments re: proposed Winter 1966 article
1966

Box 2: folder 7
Foreign Affairs: drafts of proposed Winter 1966 article
1966

Box 2: folder 8
Foreign Affairs: research material re: NATO
1966

Box 2: folder 9
Foreign Affairs: newsclipping re: NATO
1966

Box 2: folder 10
Series 2: Diaries and Communication Logs
1941-1963
Boxes 2-7

Scope and content:

Series 2: Diaries and Communication Logs, includes eight sub-series:

Sub-series A: War Department Diaries, 1941-1945 - Originally housed in five volumes, the material is now housed chronologically in folders. The war diaries document JJM's activities as Assistant Secretary of War. This material includes: records of JJM's appointments, meetings, telephone calls, and activities; itineraries and accounts of official travel; reports of selected meetings, encounters, and conversations; and JJM's personal impressions of individuals and events. The diaries also contain copies of some material written by other people, as well as a few copies of memos, reports, and other official documents produced by JJM.

These diaries reflect JJM's changing and developing role in the War Department. They also provide a behind-the-scenes view of wartime Washington and first-hand impressions of the conduct and aftermath of the war.

Some topics of particular interest covered by the war diaries include:

1941
First discussions of Japanese-American "problem" (1942 Nov)
1942
Conference with David Ben Gurion re Palestine (1942 Jul)
Conferences re governing of Hawaii (1942 Jul)
Fall of Bataan and Corregidor (1942 Apr-May)
Race relations (local reactions to black troops, etc.)
JJM's flying lessons (1942 Apr-May)
Japanese-American relocation program (ongoing)
1943
Tour of North Africa (1943 Feb-Mar): record of activities; impressions of and discussions with leaders (including local officials and leaders of Free French in Africa); assessments of military and civilian conditions, supply needs, etc. (account indexed by names and places). Note: Some of this material was not written by JJM and may have special restrictions.
Trip to Italy (1943 Dec): record of activities; assessments of conditions
Cairo Conference (1943 Nov-Dec): record of activities and meetings; side trips to Jerusalem and Luxor (Valley of the Kings)
1944
Meetings about Lend-Lease (ongoing)
U.S. dealings with Charles DeGaulle, including reactions to his "tricks" with French currency (ongoing)
General Marshall: report on post-Normandy operations; transcript of a lengthy conversation between Marshall and Henry Stimson, mostly about DeGaulle (1944 June)
The Normandy invasion (1944 Apr-Jun): JJM's review of the preparations and assessments of the commanders (Montgomery, Patton, et al.); a first-hand account by a military observer present at the invasion
Plans for post-war Germany, including debates about destroying Germany's industries and partitioning the country (ongoing; also in 1945)
1945
Big Three Conference in Berlin (1945 Jul): issues discussed; description of Berlin (physical conditions, atmosphere, tour of Hitler's bunker, etc.); conferences with leaders
The atomic bomb: discussions about use against Japan (1945 May); reaction to news of successful tests (1945 Jul); warning to Japanese government (1945 Jul); summary of Strategic Air Operations against Japan (copy of report of 1945 Aug 26, included in account of world tour for 1945 Oct 29-Nov 3); reaction to news that bomb had been dropped (1945 Aug); issues of future control, especially with regard to Soviet Union (1945 Sep)
Plans for war crimes trials (1945 Apr)
Death of President Roosevelt (1945 Apr)
Tour of the front (1945 Apr): record of activities; personal impressions of leaders (Montgomery, Patton, DeGaulle, and others), operations, battlefields, etc.; assessments of conditions and problems (destruction, displaced persons, etc.); speculations about Germany's future
Plans for postwar Germany (ongoing; also in 1944)
World tour (1945 Sep-Nov): record of activities; impressions of people (e.g., General and Madame Chiang Kai-shek, General and Mrs. MacArthur, Tokyo Rose) and places (major stops: England, France, Germany, Austria, Egypt, India, China, Japan (incl. Hiroshima), Pacific islands (incl. Iwo Jima)). Note: Much of this material was not written by JJM and may have special restrictions.
Japanese surrender and the end of the war (1945 Aug)

Note: Much of this material was not written by JJM and may have special restrictions.

Sub-series B: World Bank Appointment and Telephone Record, 1949 Jan-Jun, 1 set of loose pages - The appointment and telephone record for the first half of 1949 documents JJM's activities at the end of his tenure as President of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank). The diary contains very little prose, although it does include an account of the meeting with President Truman on April 30, 1949, at which the President asked JJM to take on the job of High Commissioner of Germany.

This record appears to have been kept together in a notebook with the HICOG diary from the second half of the year (see below).

Sub-series C: High Commissioner of Germany (HICOG) Appointment and Telephone Record, 1949 Jul-Dec, 1 set of loose pages - The appointment and telephone record for the second half of 1949 documents JJM's activities at the beginning of his years as High Commissioner of Germany. It is intermixed with memos, press releases, and other documents. The diary itself contains very little prose.

Note that the World Bank diary in sub-series B (see above) includes some HICOG-related material, including an account of the meeting with President Truman on April 30, 1949, at which the President asked JJM to take on the job of High Commissioner. In fact, this record appears to have been kept together in a notebook with the World Bank diary.

Sub-series D: Disarmament Appointment Records, 1961 Jan-Aug (with gaps), 1 set of loose pages - The 1961 appointment record documents some of JJM's activities and contacts as President Kennedy's advisor on disarmament. It contains very little prose, onsisting mostly of names and meeting schedules.

Sub-series E: Marie Wilson Briefing Memos, 1961-1963, 1 folder - As JJM's secretary for over 25 years, Marie F. Wilson monitored and advised JJM about his schedule, commitments, correspondence, and even his finances. Her memos to JJM are quite detailed, and demonstrate the breadth of Wilson's and McCloy's responsibilities and activities at various points in time. These memos can also be found throughout the papers. Those focusing on a particular topic, such as arrangements for an upcoming trip or meeting, were placed in the series to which they pertained. Only those dealing with a range of topics were removed to the Diaries series.

Sub-series F: Chase Manhattan Bank Appointment Records, 1953-1958, 6 volumes - The appointment and telephone logs from 1953-58 record JJM's contacts as Chairman of the Board of the Chase National (later Chase Manhattan) Bank. The information consists mostly of names; the records contain very little prose and almost no notations about subject matter. However, they do show the wide range of JJM's contacts, activities, and influences. They also provide a glimpse of JM's family and personal life, something that is not generally revealed in the papers.

Sub-series G: Chase Manhattan Bank Telephone Logs, 1956-1958, 3 volumes - (prior to 1956, telephone records were kept in the back of the appointment record books).

Sub-series H through L: Diaries, 1941-1945 - were kept by JJM as Assistant Secretary of War. They are arranged first by year and then by topic.

The material held by Amherst College consists only of photocopies. The originals are held by the National Archives.

Note: In some cases, to protect the privacy of individuals discussed in diary entries, names or other details have been removed. Such cases are clearly marked in the diaries. In addition, there are a few places where information was removed from the original by an unknown party prior to the diaries' transfer to Amherst College.

Related material:

RELATED SERIES: Series 8: War Department, Series 10: World Bank, Series 13A and 13B: HICOG, Series 20: International Oil, Series 21: Disarmament

Sub-series A: War Department Desk Diaries



1941 Jan-Jun


Box 2: folder 11
General note

Digital reproduction of entire War Department diary, 1941

1941 Jul-Sep


Box 2: folder 12
1941 Oct-Dec


Box 2: folder 13
1942 Jan-Mar


Box 2: folder 14
General note

Digital reproduction of entire War Department diary, 1942

1942 Apr-Jun


Box 2: folder 15
1942 Jul-Sep


Box 2: folder 16
1942 Oct-Dec


Box 2: folder 17
1943 Jan-Mar


Box 2: folder 18
General note

Digital reproduction of entire War Department diary, 1943

1943 Apr-Jun


Box 2: folder 19
1943 Jul-Sep


Box 2: folder 20
1943 Oct-Dec


Box 2: folder 21
1944 Jan-Mar


Box 2: folder 22
General note

Digital reproduction of entire War Department diary, 1944

1944 Apr-Jun


Box 2: folder 23
1944 Jul-Sep


Box 2: folder 24
1944 Oct-Dec


Box 2: folder 25
1945 Jan-Mar


Box 3: folder 1
General note

Digital reproduction of entire War Department diary, 1945

1945 Apr-Jun


Box 3: folder 2
1945 Jul-Sep


Box 3: folder 3
1945 Oct-Nov


Box 3: folder 4
Sub-series B: World Bank Appointment and Telephone Record



1949 Jan-Jun


Box 3: folder 5
Sub-series C: High Commissioner of Germany (HICOG) Appointment and Telephone Record



1949 Jul-Dec


Box 3: folder 6
Sub-series D: Disarmament Appointment Record



1961 Jan-Aug (with gaps)


Box 3: folder 7
Sub-series E: Marie Wilson Briefing Memos



1961-63


Box 3: folder 8
Sub-series F: Chase Manhattan Bank Appointment Records



1953


Box 3: folder 9
1954


Box 3: folder 10
1955


Box 3: folder 11
1956


Box 3: folder 12
1957


Box 4: folder 1
1958


Box 4: folder 2
Sub-series G: Chase Manhattan Bank Telephone Logs



1956


Box 4: folder 3
1957


Box 4: folder 4
1958


Box 4: folder 5
Sub-series H: 1941 Diary



I. Defense of Western Hemisphere



General
1941

Box 5: folder 1
I-1 Neutrality Legislation
1941

Box 5: folder 2
II. Lend-Lease or Defense Aid



General
1941

Box 5: folder 3
II-3 Victory Program
1941

Box 5: folder 4
II-4 Procurement
1941

Box 5: folder 5
II-5. Allocations



General
1941

Box 5: folder 6
Britain
1941

Box 5: folder 7
China and Far East
1941

Box 5: folder 8
French
1941

Box 5: folder 9
Middle East
1941

Box 5: folder 10
II. Lend-Lease or Defense Aid Cont...



II-6 Lend-Lease Legislation
1941

Box 5: folder 11
II-7 Lend-Lease Organization
1941

Box 5: folder 12
III. National Defense



III-1 Selective Service
1941

Box 5: folder 13
III-2 Officer Candidate Schools
1941

Box 5: folder 14
III-3 Universal Military Spending
1941

Box 5: folder 15
III-4 Military Intelligence
1941

Box 5: folder 16
III-5 Seperate Air Corps.
1941

Box 5: folder 17
III-6 Civilian Defense
1941

Box 5: folder 18
III-7 Industrial Mobilization
1941

Box 5: folder 19
III-8 Sabotage
1941

Box 5: folder 20
III-9 Alaska
1941

Box 5: folder 21
III-10 Disposition of Troops
1941

Box 5: folder 22
III-11 Enemy Aliens
1941

Box 5: folder 23
III-12 Research and Development
1941

Box 5: folder 24
III-13 Army Welfare Program
1941

Box 5: folder 25
III-14 Reorganization of Army
1941

Box 5: folder 26
III-15 Panama
1941

Box 5: folder 27
III-16 War Department Appropriations
1941

Box 5: folder 28
III-17 Hawaii
1941

Box 5: folder 29
III-18 Philippines
1941

Box 5: folder 30
III-19 Caribbean
1941

Box 5: folder 31
IV. Congressional Hearings



General
1941

Box 5: folder 32
V. Strategic Planning



General
1941

Box 5: folder 33
VI. Appointments



General
1941

Box 5: folder 34
VII. Speeches and Publications



General
1941

Box 5: folder 35
VII-1 Public Relations
1941

Box 5: folder 36
VIII. U.S.O.



General
1941

Box 5: folder 37
IX. Morale of Army



General
1941

Box 5: folder 38
XIII. Prisoners of War



General
1941

Box 5: folder 39
Miscellaneous Items



General
1941

Box 5: folder 40
Sub-series I: 1942 Diary



I. Defense of Western Hemisphere



General
1942

Box 5: folder 41
I-1 Airfields in South America
1942

Box 5: folder 42
I-4 Submarine Warfare
1942

Box 5: folder 43
II. Lend-Lease or Defense Aid



General
1942

Box 5: folder 44
II-3 Victory Program
1942

Box 5: folder 45
II-4 Lend-Lease Procurement
1942

Box 5: folder 46
II-5. Allocations



Australia
1942

Box 5: folder 47
Balkans
1942

Box 5: folder 48
Britain
1942

Box 5: folder 49
China [CB1]
1942

Box 5: folder 50
Denmark
1942

Box 5: folder 51
Dutch
1942

Box 5: folder 52
Egypt
1942

Box 5: folder 53
Far East
1942

Box 5: folder 54
Free French
1942

Box 5: folder 55
Greece
1942

Box 5: folder 56
Holland
1942

Box 5: folder 57
Middle East
1942

Box 5: folder 58
Near East
1942

Box 5: folder 59
Netherlands and East Indies
1942

Box 5: folder 60
North Africa - A
1942

Box 5: folder 61
North Africa - B
1942

Box 5: folder 62
Norway
1942

Box 5: folder 63
Palestine
1942

Box 5: folder 64
Poland
1942

Box 5: folder 65
Russia
1942

Box 5: folder 66
South America
1942

Box 5: folder 67
South West Pacific
1942

Box 5: folder 68
Spain
1942

Box 5: folder 69
Sweden
1942

Box 5: folder 70
II-6 Lend-Lease or Defense Aid Cont...



II-6 Lend-Lease Legislations
1942

Box 5: folder 71
II-7 Lend-Lease Organizations
1942

Box 5: folder 72
III. National Defense



III-1 Selective Service
1942

Box 5: folder 73
III-2 Officer Candidate Schools
1942

Box 5: folder 74
III-4 Military Intelligence
1942

Box 5: folder 75
III-5 Separate Air (Force) Corps.
1942

Box 5: folder 76
III-6 Civilian Defense
1942

Box 5: folder 77
III-7 Industrial Mobilization
1942

Box 5: folder 78
III-8 Sabotage
1942

Box 5: folder 79
III-9 Alaska
1942

Box 5: folder 80
III-10 Disposition of Troops
1942

Box 5: folder 81
III-11 Enemy Aliens
1942

Box 5: folder 82
III-12 Research and Development
1942

Box 5: folder 83
III-13 Army Welfare
1942

Box 5: folder 84
III-14 Reorganization of Army
1942

Box 5: folder 85
III-15 Panama
1942

Box 5: folder 86
III-16 War Department Appropriations
1942

Box 5: folder 87
III-17 Hawaii
1942

Box 5: folder 88
III-18 Philippines
1942

Box 5: folder 89
III-19 Caribbean
1942

Box 5: folder 90
IV. Congressional Hearings



General
1942

Box 5: folder 91
V. Strategic Planning



General
1942

Box 5: folder 92
VI. Appointment of Individuals



General
1942

Box 5: folder 93
VII. Speeches and Publications



General
1942

Box 5: folder 94
VII-1 Public Relations
1942

Box 5: folder 95
VII-2 Historical Program
1942

Box 5: folder 96
VIII. U.S.O.



General
1942

Box 5: folder 97
IX. Morale of Army



General
1942

Box 5: folder 98
XI. Civilian Affairs



General
1942

Box 5: folder 99
XII. Relations with Foreign Countries



Australia
1942

Box 5: folder 100
Britain
1942

Box 5: folder 101
China
1942

Box 5: folder 102
Egypt
1942

Box 5: folder 103
Free French/French
1942

Box 5: folder 104
Greece
1942

Box 5: folder 105
Korea
1942

Box 5: folder 106
Mexico
1942

Box 5: folder 107
Netherlands
1942

Box 5: folder 108
North Africa
1942

Box 5: folder 109
Norway
1942

Box 5: folder 110
Palestine
1942

Box 5: folder 111
Poland
1942

Box 5: folder 112
Russia
1942

Box 5: folder 113
Spain
1942

Box 5: folder 114
Sweden
1942

Box 5: folder 115
Turkey
1942

Box 5: folder 116
Yugoslavia
1942

Box 5: folder 117
XIII. Prisoners of War



General
1942

Box 5: folder 118
XIV. Postwar Planning



XIV-2 United States
1942

Box 5: folder 119
Darlaw Deal



General
1942

Box 5: folder 120
Miscellaneous Items



General
1942

Box 5: folder 121
Sub-series J: 1943 Diary



I. Defense of Western Hemisphere



General
1943

Box 5: folder 122
I-1 Airfields in South America
1943

Box 5: folder 123
I-4 Submarine Warfare
1943

Box 5: folder 124
II. Lend-Lease or Defense Aid



General
1943

Box 5: folder 125
II-2 Base-Destroyer Deal
1943

Box 5: folder 126
II-4 Procurement
1943

Box 5: folder 127
II-5. Allocations



British
1943

Box 5: folder 128
China
1943

Box 5: folder 129
China, Burma, India
1943

Box 5: folder 130
French
1943

Box 5: folder 131
Near East
1943

Box 5: folder 132
North Africa
1943

Box 5: folder 133
Portugal
1943

Box 5: folder 134
Russia
1943

Box 5: folder 135
Saudia Arabia
1943

Box 5: folder 136
South America
1943

Box 5: folder 137
II. Lend-Lease or Defense Aid Cont...



II-7 Lend-Lease Organization
1943

Box 5: folder 138
III. National Defense



III-1 Selective Service
1943

Box 5: folder 139
III-2 Officers Candidate School
1943

Box 5: folder 140
III-3 Universal Military Training
1943

Box 5: folder 141
III-4 Military Intelligence
1943

Box 5: folder 142
III-6 Civilian Defense
1943

Box 5: folder 143
III-7 Industrial Mobilization
1943

Box 5: folder 144
III-8 Sabotage
1943

Box 5: folder 145
III-9 Alaska
1943

Box 5: folder 146
III-10 Disposition of Troops
1943

Box 5: folder 147
III-11 Enemy Aliens
1943

Box 5: folder 148
III-12 Research and Development
1943

Box 6: folder 1
III-13 Welfare of the Army
1943

Box 6: folder 2
III-14 Reorganization of the Army
1943

Box 6: folder 3
III-15 Panama
1943

Box 6: folder 4
III-16 War Department Appropriations
1943

Box 6: folder 5
III-17 Hawaii
1943

Box 6: folder 6
III-18 Philippines
1943

Box 6: folder 7
III-19 Caribbean
1943

Box 6: folder 8
IV. Congressional Hearings



General
1943

Box 6: folder 9
V. Strategic Planning



General
1943

Box 6: folder 10
VI. Appointment of Individuals



General
1943

Box 6: folder 11
VI-1 Transportation Requests
1943

Box 6: folder 12
VII. Speeches and Publications



General
1943

Box 6: folder 13
VII-1 Public Relations
1943

Box 6: folder 14
VII-2 Historical Program
1943

Box 6: folder 15
VIII. U.S.O.



General
1943

Box 6: folder 16
IX. Morale of the Army



General
1943

Box 6: folder 17
XI. Civil Affairs



General
1943

Box 6: folder 18
XI Organization
1943

Box 6: folder 19
XI Supplies
1943

Box 6: folder 20
XII. Relations With Foreign Countries



Australia
1943

Box 6: folder 21
Brazil
1943

Box 6: folder 22
British
1943

Box 6: folder 23
China
1943

Box 6: folder 24
Communism
1943

Box 6: folder 25
Czechoslovakia
1943

Box 6: folder 26
French
1943

Box 6: folder 27
Germany
1943

Box 6: folder 28
Italy
1943

Box 6: folder 29
Middle East
1943

Box 6: folder 30
Near East
1943

Box 6: folder 31
North Africa
1943

Box 6: folder 32
Palestine
1943

Box 6: folder 33
Poland
1943

Box 6: folder 34
Russia
1943

Box 6: folder 35
Saudi Arabia
1943

Box 6: folder 36
Spain
1943

Box 6: folder 37
Sweden
1943

Box 6: folder 38
Turkey
1943

Box 6: folder 39
Vatican
1943

Box 6: folder 40
XIII. Prisoners of War



General
1943

Box 6: folder 41
XIII-1 U.S. as Prisoners of War
1943

Box 6: folder 42
XIII-2 Prisoners of U.S.
1943

Box 6: folder 43
XIV. Postwar Planning



General
1943

Box 6: folder 44
XIV-1 Demobilization
1943

Box 6: folder 45
XIV-2 United States
1943

Box 6: folder 46
XIV-3 Termination of Contracts
1943

Box 6: folder 47
XVI. International Law



General
1943

Box 6: folder 48
XVII. Communism in the Army



General
1943

Box 6: folder 49
Miscellaneous Items



General
1943

Box 6: folder 50
Proposed Military Government



General
1943

Box 6: folder 51
Sub-series K: 1944 Diary



French Directive



General
1944

Box 6: folder 155
Proposed Military Government



General
1944

Box 6: folder 157
Miscellaneous Items



General
1944

Box 6: folder 156
I. Defense of the Western Hemisphere



General
1944

Box 6: folder 52
I-1 South American Airfields
1944

Box 6: folder 53
I-4 Submarine Warfare
1944

Box 6: folder 54
II. Lend-Lease or Defense Aid



General
1944

Box 6: folder 55
Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 56
II-1 Neutrality Legislation
1944

Box 6: folder 57
II-4 Lend-Lease Procurement
1944

Box 6: folder 58
II-4 Procurement Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 59
II-5. Allocations



Balkans
1944

Box 6: folder 60
Balkans Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 61
British
1944

Box 6: folder 62
Canada
1944

Box 6: folder 63
China
1944

Box 6: folder 64
China Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 65
French
1944

Box 6: folder 66
Germany Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 67
Italy
1944

Box 6: folder 68
Middle East
1944

Box 6: folder 69
Netherlands
1944

Box 6: folder 70
Russia (U.S.S.R)
1944

Box 6: folder 71
South America]
1944

Box 6: folder 72
III. National Defense



III-1 Selective Service
1944

Box 6: folder 73
III-1 Selective Service Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 74
III-3 Universal Military Training
1944

Box 6: folder 75
III-4 Military Intelligence
1944

Box 6: folder 76
III-5 Seperate Air Force
1944

Box 6: folder 77
III-6 Civilian Defense
1944

Box 6: folder 78
III-7 Industrial Mobilization
1944

Box 6: folder 79
III-8 Sabotage
1944

Box 6: folder 80
III-9 Alaska
1944

Box 6: folder 81
III-10 Disposition of Troops
1944

Box 6: folder 82
III-11 Enemy Aliens
1944

Box 6: folder 83
III-12 Research and Development
1944

Box 6: folder 84
III-13 Welfare of the Army
1944

Box 6: folder 85
III-14 Reorganization of the Army
1944

Box 6: folder 86
III-14 Reorganization of the Army Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 87
III-15 Panama
1944

Box 6: folder 88
III-16 Appropriations
1944

Box 6: folder 89
III-16 Appropriations Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 90
III-17 Hawaii
1944

Box 6: folder 91
III-17 Hawaii Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 92
III-18 Philippines
1944

Box 6: folder 93
III-18 Phillipines Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 94
III-19 Caribbean
1944

Box 6: folder 95
IV. Congressional Hearings



General
1944

Box 6: folder 96
Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 97
V. Strategic Planning



General
1944

Box 6: folder 98
Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 99
VI. Appointment of Individuals



General A
1944

Box 6: folder 100
General B
1944

Box 6: folder 101
VI-1 Transportation Requests
1944

Box 6: folder 102
VII. Speeches and Publications



General
1944

Box 6: folder 103
Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 104
VII-I Public Relations
1944

Box 6: folder 105
VII-I Public Relations Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 106
VII-II Historical Program
1944

Box 6: folder 107
VIII. U.S.O.



General
1944

Box 6: folder 108
IX. Morale of the Army



General
1944

Box 6: folder 109
XI. Civil Affairs



General
1944

Box 6: folder 110
Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 111
Organization
1944

Box 6: folder 112
Supplies
1944

Box 6: folder 113
XI-1 War Refugees
1944

Box 6: folder 114
XII. Relations with Foreign Countries



Asia, South East
1944

Box 6: folder 115
Austria
1944

Box 6: folder 116
Balkans
1944

Box 6: folder 117
Balkans Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 118
British
1944

Box 6: folder 119
Britain Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 120
China
1944

Box 6: folder 121
China Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 122
French
1944

Box 6: folder 123
French Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 124
Germany
1944

Box 6: folder 125
Germany Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 126
Italy
1944

Box 6: folder 127
Italy Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 128
Japan
1944

Box 6: folder 129
Middle East
1944

Box 6: folder 130
Near East
1944

Box 6: folder 131
Netherlands
1944

Box 6: folder 132
North Africa
1944

Box 6: folder 133
Palestine
1944

Box 6: folder 134
Poland
1944

Box 6: folder 135
Poland Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 136
Portugal
1944

Box 6: folder 137
Russia (U.S.S.R.)
1944

Box 6: folder 138
Russia (U.S.S.R.) Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 139
South America
1944

Box 6: folder 140
Vatican
1944

Box 6: folder 141
XIII. Prisoners of War



General
1944

Box 6: folder 142
XIII-1 U.S. as Prisoners of War
1944

Box 6: folder 143
XIII-2 Prisoners of U.S.
1944

Box 6: folder 144
XIV. Postwar Planning



General
1944

Box 6: folder 145
Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 146
XIV-1 Demobilization
1944

Box 6: folder 147
XIV-2 United Nations
1944

Box 6: folder 148
XIV-2 United Nations Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 149
XIV-3 Termination of Contracts
1944

Box 6: folder 150
XV. War Crimes



General
1944

Box 6: folder 151
Memoranda
1944

Box 6: folder 152
XVI. International Law



General
1944

Box 6: folder 153
XVII. Communism in the Army



General
1944

Box 6: folder 154
Sub-series L: 1945 Diary



Inauguration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt



General
1945

Box 6: folder 158
I. Defense of the Western Hemisphere



General
1945

Box 6: folder 159
II. Lend-Lease or Defense Aid



II-4 Lend-Lease Procurement
1945

Box 7: folder 1
II-5 Allocations
1945

Box 7: folder 2
III. National Defense



III-3 Universal Military Training
1945

Box 7: folder 3
III-10 Disposition of Troops
1945

Box 7: folder 4
III-11 Enemy Aliens
1945

Box 7: folder 5
III-13 Enemy Aliens
1945

Box 7: folder 6
III-14 Reorganization of Army
1945

Box 7: folder 7
IV. Congressional Hearings



General
1945

Box 7: folder 8
V. Strategic Planning



General
1945

Box 7: folder 9
VI. Appointments of Individuals



General
1945

Box 7: folder 10
VII. Speeches and Publications



VII-1 Public Relations
1945

Box 7: folder 11
XI. Civil Affairs



General
1945

Box 7: folder 12
Organization
1945

Box 7: folder 13
Supplies
1945

Box 7: folder 14
XII. Relations with Foreign Countries



Asia, South East
1945

Box 7: folder 15
Austria
1945

Box 7: folder 16
British
1945

Box 7: folder 17
British Memoranda
1945

Box 7: folder 18
China
1945

Box 7: folder 19
Europe, Northwest
1945

Box 7: folder 20
France
1945

Box 7: folder 21
France Memoranda
1945

Box 7: folder 22
Germany
1945

Box 7: folder 23
Germany Memoranda
1945

Box 7: folder 24
Italy
1945

Box 7: folder 25
Italy Memoranda
1945

Box 7: folder 26
Japan
1945

Box 7: folder 27
North Africa
1945

Box 7: folder 28
Pacific, South West
1945

Box 7: folder 29
Phillipines
1945

Box 7: folder 30
Russia
1945

Box 7: folder 31
Russia Memoranda
1945

Box 7: folder 32
South America Memoranda
1945

Box 7: folder 33
XIII. Prisoners of War



XIII-1 U.S. Prisoners
1945

Box 7: folder 34
XIV. Postwar Planning



General
1945

Box 7: folder 35
XIV-1 Demobilization
1945

Box 7: folder 36
XIV-2 United Nations
1945

Box 7: folder 37
XIV-4 Territorial Determination
1945

Box 7: folder 38
XIV-5 Reparation
1945

Box 7: folder 39
XIV. War Crimes



General
1945

Box 7: folder 40
XVI. International Law



General
1945

Box 7: folder 41
Personal



General
1945

Box 7: folder 42
Miscellaneous Memoranda and Reports



General
1942-1945

Box 7: folder 43
General
1945

Box 7: folder 44
Series 3: Scrapbooks
1938-1980
Boxes 7-8; Oversize boxes 1-16

Scope and content:

Series 3: Scrapbooks - contains material largely related to: JJM's activities as head of the World Bank; news clippings, photographs and signatures related to JJM's activities as High Commissioner of Germany (HICOG); scrapbooks assembled by other people and sent to JJM as mementos of a given occasion, such as the 20th anniversary of the World Bank or the launching of the U.S.S. Henry L. Stimson.

Related material:

RELATED SERIES: Much of the scrapbook material is related to the contents of other series. For example, photographs of JJM giving a particular speech might be found in the scrapbooks, whereas the speech itself would most likely be found in Series 4: Speeches. For additional HICOG material see Series 13A and 13B. For Photographs see Series 6.

Bank picnic baseball game; some family photos; clipping re: testimony on Japanese compensation bill; passport
1938-1949 (bulk 1948-49)

Box 7: folder 45-92
JJM appointment; World Bank bonds issued; Bogota Conference/South America trip (1948 Apr)
1947-48

Box Oversize 1
JJM appointment
1949 May-Jun

Box 8: folder 1-30
Pictorial scrapbook: Amerika Haus/U.S. Information centers project; Marshall plan projects; German-American exchange program; contractual agreements conferences and signing; farewell tour
1949-52

Box Oversize 2
Retirement - signatures of staff
1952 Jul 21

Box Oversize 3
Ceremonies forming new German republic; Amherst Alumni News (1949 Jul); Rothenburg, Bonn, Berlin
1949 Jul 3-Dec 29

Box 8: folder 31-35
Death of Henry L. Stimson
1950 Jul 1-Oct 23

Box Oversize 4
Dedication of World Freedom Bell; RIAS radio speech; JJM review of war criminals' sentences; Eisenhower visits to Germany; opening of Europe train; Mainz University Institute of Modern History; photo of Amherst Class of 1916 (1950); Hamburg
1950 Oct 24-1951 Apr 23

Box Oversize 4
First voyage of SS America (flagship of US Lines to Germany); death of Robert Patterson; execution of Landesberg war criminals; JJM football pictures; family tree showing relationship of Mrs. McCloy to Konrad Adenauer
1951 Apr 22-1952 Feb 20

Box Oversize 5
Final talks and signing of Bonn Treaty (1956 Oct 10); "Meet the Press;" farewell tour; cornerstone laying for American Memorial Library
1952 Feb 21-Jul 13

Box Oversize 6
Amherst Capital Program;
1959 Oct 2-

Box Oversize 7
Theodore Roosevelt Award; miscellaneous speeches
1960 Dec 8-1961 Dec 28

Box Oversize 8
Disarmament; Cuba; Adlai Stevenson (JJM as assistant at UN); test ban treaty; JFK assassination; Presidential Medal of Freedom; Advertising Council Public Service Award; launching of USS Henry L. Stimson; Amherst College library groundbreaking ceremonies; JJM trip to Germany
1962 Jan 4-1966 Feb 28

Box Oversize 9
Amherst College: class dinner, Frost Library dedication, Class of 1916 50th Reunion, commencement; Lehigh University Centennial Convocation; All-Star Football Game; Bernard Baruch Convocation; JJM trips to India, Austria; Bohemian Grove
1963 Aug 2-1966 Nov 6

Box Oversize 10
NATO talks; Tripartite talks; Adenauer funeral; Amherst College: JJM retirement from Board of Trustees, presentation of JJM portrait; Eisenhower funeral; JJM 75th birthday; Nasser funeral; audience with Shah of Iran; Manchester book on Alfred Krupp; Rolling Rock
1966 Jan 6-1970 Nov

Box Oversize 11
East-West relations; Squibb plant dedication, reports; Gulf Oil inquiry; German John J. McCloy Fund; Lew Douglas funeral; American-German conferences; Truman funeral; German Marshall Fund; JJM 80th birthday
1970 Nov 9-1975 Jun 16

Box Oversize 12
Amherst (1977 Fall); Doshisha University honorary degree; opening of UN Plaza Building; signing of Panama Canal Treaties; Aspen Award; Altschul Award; JJM birthdays
1976 May 16-1980 Jun 5

Box Oversize 13
Allied Chemical Corporation, JJM retirement as director
1971 Mar 24

Box 8: folder 36
Album of photos from American battle monument dedication ceremonies (Europe and Tunisia)
1960

Box Oversize 14
American Chamber of Commerce for Brazil, on occasion of JJM visit to Rio
1948 Apr 28-May 3

Box 8: folder 37
Amerikahaus Hannover, opening
1950 May 22

Box 8: folder 38
Black, Eugene R.'s appointment as World Bank Executive Director for U.S.
1947 Feb-1952 Jun 1

Box 8: folder 39
Bremen Information Tour
1949 Jul 6

Box 8: folder 40
Bundes Sangerfest
1951 Jun [15-19]

Box 8: folder 41
Album of photographs documenting a dinner in honor of John J. McCloy, then chairman of the Board of Directors of the Chase National Bank of New York, as well as Charles Cain Jr.
1953

Box Oversize 15
Crusade for Freedom, JJM visit to West Germany
1955 Oct 23-Dec 5

Box 8: folder 42
Family of Man Awards dinner, guest of honor Jean Monnet
1967 Nov 29

Box 8: folder 43
Goethe House, rededication
1951 May 10

Box 8: folder 44
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank), 20th anniversary
1966 Aug

Box 8: folder 45
George C. Marshall Research Foundation, recent activities
1976 Apr 20-23

Box 8: folder 46
George C. Marshall Research Library, dedication
1964 May 23

Box 8: folder 47
Obergammerau Passion Play, opening performance (photos of JJM, family, crowd)
1950 May 18

Box 8: folder 48
Rolling Rock Club, hunting trip
1973 Nov 15-17

Box 8: folder 49
Salute to America by John Buchanan: reproduction
[1976]

Box Oversize 16
USS Henry L. Stimson, launching
1965 Nov 13

Box 8: folder 50
Series 4: Speeches
1941-1985
Boxes 9-13

Scope and content:

Series 4: Speeches, 1941-1985, includes public statements made in JJM's various official and unofficial capacities, beginning when he was Assistant Secretary of War. The speeches were received by Amherst College in the form of forty-two spiral-bound volumes. These were disassembled and the original order retained.

The series is divided into three sub-series:

Sub-series A includes public speeches, lectures, Congressional testimony, broadcast interviews, oral history, and a few published articles. Audiences addressed in the speeches include: Amherst College students and alumni; other educational institutions; government agencies; the press; business associations, and private and social clubs. The series is arranged chronologically and contains handwritten, typed, and printed texts, as well as a small number of notes and ancillary materials. (All versions of a given speech are housed together.) Two volumes of the speeches (originally numbered VI and VI-A) overlap for the period 1949 Oct 4 to 1951 Jan 1. Many of the speeches from the period 1949-1952, when JJM was High Commissioner of Germany, are in German as well as English. Speeches found loose among the papers were added to the Speeches series in chronological order, with a code (-) to indicate that they were not part of the original set of bound volumes. Most of the speech listings include notes as to subjects covered by the speech. These notes were taken from information supplied by JJM's office.

The following abbreviations appearing in the speech descriptions indicate broad categories of type of speech:

INS: inspirational

REM: reminiscences

SOW: state of the world

Sub-series B includes printed material related to certain speeches. In some cases, JJM's speech was included in a larger volume (such as Congressional proceedings), or was accompanied by related material (such as a summary report for hearings of which JJM's testimony formed a part). This material is listed in Sub-series B and is referenced in the Sub-series A contents list by asterisks (*). Photocopies of the portions pertaining directly to JJM are included in the appropriate folders in Sub-series A.

Sub-series C includes oversized material and unidentified drafts of speeches. This material is described at the folder level without any indication of subject matter. Also included are dictaphone tapes of a speech given at the launch of the U.S.S. Stimson.

Related material:

RELATED SERIES: Series 3: Scrapbooks, Series 5: Awards, Series 6: Photographs, and Series 33: Correspondence include photographs and information directly related to JJM's speaking engagements. The speeches span JJM's entire public career and thus are related in their content to most of the other series in the collection.

Sub-series A: Speeches



Railway Club of Pittsburgh, joint meeting with Pittsburgh Post, Army Ordnance Association. Pittsburgh, PA. --personnel and training in War Department
1941 May 22

Box 9: folder 1
"America's present military strength --No basis for defeatism." Society of the Alumni of Amherst College, annual meeting. Amherst, MA 1941 Jun 14
1941 Jun 14

Box 9: folder 1
G-3, Anti-tank Conference, War College. Washington, DC. --lack of equipment
1941 Jul 15

Box 9: folder 2
"Where we stand." Michigan Bar Association. Jackson, MI
1941 Sep 19

Box 9: folder 2
American Mining Congress. San Francisco, CA. --our resources available to fight the war
1941 Oct 2

Box 9: folder 2
Baltimore Community Chest. Baltimore, MD. --our military preparations for war
1941 Nov 4

Box 9: folder 2
University Club. New York, NY. --our preparations for war also "One West 54th," Bulletin of the University Club, Winter 1941-42
1941 Nov 6

Box 9: folder 3
Representatives of iron and steel industry. Washington, DC. -- procurement issues of war
1941 Nov 11

Box 9: folder 3
Fourth Division Association. [New York, NY.] (rough draft of statement to be read; JJM unable to attend)
1941 Nov 11

Box 9: folder 3
National Defense Committees of the American Legion. --officer training, personnel preparation, expansion
1942 Jan 19

Box 9: folder 3
"The Army seeks officers." Address over National Network of CBS
1942 Mar 1

Box 9: folder 4
Address over Columbia Network on program of National Jewish Welfare Board. --significance of war, what we are really fighting for
1942 Mar 31

Box 9: folder 4
United China Relief. New York, NY. --Chinese contribution to war
1942 Apr 9

Box 9: folder 4
Draft of statement on Army Day
1942 Apr

Box 9: folder 4
Amherst Alumni. --news about the war
1942 May 16

Box 9: folder 4
"The supervisor's part in the war effort." War Department supervisors, address on completion of course in principles of administration and supervision
1942 Jun 25

Box 9: folder 4
Red Cross Broadcast, address honoring nurses at Bataan
1942 Jul 1

Box 9: folder 5
Encampment Veterans of Foreign Wars. Cincinnati, OH. --news about war
1942 Sep 2

Box 9: folder 5
Beaumont Manufacturing Company, address on occasion of presentation of Army-Navy production award. Spartanburg, SC. -- news about war
1942 Oct 3

Box 9: folder 5
Swarthmore College. [Swarthmore, PA.] --pressing military problems, Darlan
1942 Nov 21

Box 9: folder 6
Association of the Bar of the City of New York. [New York, NY.] --North African decision, background on Eisenhower choice
1942 Dec 8

Box 9: folder 6
Army Map Service. Dalecarlia, MD. --congratulations on mapping work
1943 Jan 5

Box 9: folder 6
Twelfth Annual Veterans of Foreign Wars "Hello, America" Radio Hour. Washington, DC. --Army in Africa
1943 Mar 27

Box 9: folder 6
Leavenworth graduation. Fort Leavenworth, KS. --importance and characteristics of commanders, difficulties in Africa
1943 Apr 10

Box 9: folder 7
Thomas Jefferson Bicentennial Observance. Boston, MA. -- Jefferson's ideals vs. Hitler's
1943 Apr 13

Box 9: folder 7
Joan of Arc Celebration. Philadelphia, PA. --the difficulties of the French
1943 May 9

Box 9: folder 7
Regional Civil Defense meeting. Harrisonburg, VA. --our situation in the war
1943 Jul 30

Box 9: folder 7
Army Salute to Agriculture, Industry, and Labor. Gary, IN. (speech not made)
1943 Sep 5

Box 9: folder 7
University Club. New York, NY. --our situation in war, Salerno
1943 Oct 14

Box 9: folder 8
Peddie School, receipt of John Plant Memorial Award. New York, NY
1944 Jan 26

Box 9: folder 8
Anglers' Club. New York, NY. --fishing
1944 Jan 26

Box 9: folder 8
Ceremony honoring black navigators. Pittsburgh, PA. --civil rights in the Army
1944 Feb 15

Box 9: folder 8
Presentation of Howland Prize to Sir John Dill. New Haven, CT. --cooperation between UK and US in war
1944 Feb 16

Box 9: folder 8
American Labor Press Association. New York, NY. (includes excerpts from letter to JJM from Lt. Col. Charles Poletti, 2/15/44, read off the record) --how army functions when it moves into heavily populated conquered territory, removing fascists from governments
1944 Mar 5

Box 9: folder 9
Red Cross
1944 Mar 28

Box 9: folder 9
Veterans Association. Waynesboro, VA. --condition of men and arms on eve of "final battle"
1944 May 28

Box 9: folder 9
Virginia Bar Association. Roanoke, VA. --update on war
1944 Aug 4

Box 9: folder 9
"Should we have universal military training in peacetime?" University of Chicago "Round Table." (NBC broadcast address)
1944 Nov 26

Box 9: folder 10
"The cornerstone of a sound peacetime military policy." New York Times Forum
1944 Nov 29

Box 9: folder 10
United Nations Conference on International Organization. San Francisco, CA. (Mutual Broadcasting System address) --request for immediate assistance to liberated countries
1945 May 5

Box 9: folder 11
The Bond Club of New York. --REM: high spots of administration of War Department
1945 May 28

Box 9: folder 11
"France Forever" meeting. Washington, DC. (broadcast) --French contribution to war
1945 Jun 6

Box 9: folder 11
"Our military government policy in Germany." Washington, DC
1945 Sep 1

Box 9: folder 11
"Our postwar military needs." Boston Chamber of Commerce. Boston, MA
1945 Sep 20

Box 9: folder 12
"American occupation policies in Germany" and "Personal impressions of world conditions." The Academy of Political Science, annual meeting. New York, NY. (printed in Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science (1944-46), vol. 21, no. 4, 1946, pp. 80-91, 98-101)
1945 Nov 8

Box 9: folder 12
Broadcast over NBC. [Washington, DC.] --report on Germany- Japan trip
1945 Nov 16

Box 9: folder 12
Military Affairs Committee, US Senate. [Washington, DC.] -- unification of services
1945 Nov 23

Box 9: folder 13
War Department officials, farewell luncheon. Washington, DC. -- short farewell
1945 Nov 23

Box 9: folder 13
Council on Foreign Relations, dinner in JJM's honor. New York, NY. --SOW: Germany, attitude of the French, Japan
1945 Dec 4

Box 9: folder 13
University Club. New York, NY. (introduction of Earl Halifax) -- description of Halifax
1945 Dec 8

Box 9: folder 13
"Occupation objectives in Germany and Japan." Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. Chicago, IL
1946 Feb 21

Box 9: folder 14
American Federation of Republican Women's Clubs. New York, NY. --our military obligations, how to meet them
1946 Mar 27

Box 9: folder 14
Harvard Law School Association, Harvard Club. New York, NY. --REM: Marshall, Patton, Eisenhower, Stimson, Hodge
1946 May 2

Box 9: folder 14
Japanese-American dinner in honor of Dillon S. Myer. New York, NY. --Japanese-American internment
1946 May 22

Box 9: folder 15
Buckley School, Closing Day exercises. New York, NY. --REM: Marshall, Eisenhower, Patton, efforts of men in Army
1946 May 29

Box 9: folder 15
Chapin School, [graduation. New York, NY.] --INS: the value of expressing oneself well, how that aided in the conduct of the war
1946 Jun 6

Box 9: folder 15
Amherst College, 125th anniversary commencement, dedication of Amherst Memorial. Amherst, MA. --INS: commemorate men who fought in war
1946 Jun 16

Box 9: folder 16
Children's Village, [graduation.] Dobbs Ferry, NY. --REM: Marshall, Eisenhower, Collins, Patton
1946 Jun 22

Box 9: folder 16
Foreign Policy Association, dinner in honor of Sen. Warren R. Austin. (introductory remarks) --one year in United Nations
1946 Jun 26

Box 9: folder 16
Welcome Home Program for the 442nd Combat Team. New Brunswick, NJ. (no text)
1946 Jul 3

Box 9: folder 16
"World peace and the security of the home." National Association of Life Underwriters Convention. Cleveland, OH. (includes Life Association News for November, 1946, pp. 260ff.)
1946 Sep 12

Box 9: folder 17
Contemporary Club. Little Moose Lake, Old Forge, NY. --REM: events and personalities of World War II: Churchill, Roosevelt, Marshall, Patton, Byrnes
1946 Nov 13

Box 9: folder 17
University Club of the City of New York. New York, NY. -- tribute to those present for effort in war
1946 Dec 18

Box 9: folder 18
"Security in the Atomic Age." Infantry Journal, vol. 60, no. 1.
1947 Jan

Box 9: folder 18
"Security and world peace." The Quartermaster Review, vol. 26, no. 4.
1947 Jan-Feb

Box 9: folder 18
University Club of the City of New York, dinner in honor of Sir Alexander, the Governor General of Canada. [New York, NY.] -- account of Viscount Alexander
[1947 Feb 10]

Box 9: folder 18
"In defense of the Army mind." Harper's Magazine, vol. 194, no. 1163
1947 April

Box 9: folder 19
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Washington, DC. -- account of situation at World Bank
1947 Apr 10

Box 9: folder 19
"International investment of capital." Seventh Annual Forum of Social and Economic Trends. New York Chapter, American Society of Charter Life Underwriters. New York, NY. --World Bank
1947 Apr 18

Box 9: folder 19
CLU Forum. (preliminary draft of radio program for 4/18/47)
undated

Box 9: folder 19
"International Investment of Capital." The Association of Reserve City Bankers, annual meeting. Swampscott, MA. (no text; proceedings include reprint of Life Underwriters speech from 4/18/47)
1947 May 13

Box 9: folder 20
"The role of the American investor in the World Bank." Investment Bankers Association of America. French Lick, IN
1947 May 21

Box 9: folder 21
Bond Club of New York. New York, NY. --reassurances about World Bank
1947 May 26

Box 9: folder 21
Amherst Alumni Luncheon. --INS: spiritual values of our country to assist world
1947 Jun 14

Box 9: folder 21
[Amherst Alumni Luncheon, unused draft?]
[1947?]

Box 9: folder 21
New York Bankers Association, 51st Annual Convention. Quebec, Canada. (summary of address) --role of World Bank
1947 Jun 16

Box 9: folder 22
Colby College, commencement address. [Waterville, ME.] (pages from The Colby Alumnus) --INS/REM: assets of our society and individuals who helped us win the war
1947 Jun 30

Box 9: folder 22
Address over British Broadcasting Corporation, Third Program -- explanation of World Bank
1947 Sep 10

Box 9: folder 22
Board of Governors, Institute for Civil Engineers, presentation of second annual report. London, England. (presentation address) -- report on situation at World Bank
1947 Sep 12

Box 9: folder 22
"Important decisions of World War II. Foreign Affairs, manuscript of article for 25th anniversary edition
1947 Oct

Box 9: folder 22
White House Conference on the Administration's Plans for Reconstruction in Europe. (draft statement)
[1947 Oct 27]

Box 9: folder 22
Headmistresses Association. Spence School, New York. --world economic problems [oversize]
1947 Nov 13

Box 13: folder 13
Penn Club. Philadelphia, PA. (not given) --REM: boyhood -- SOW
[1948?]

Box 9: folder 22
"Europe's hope for recovery." Chamber of Commerce, First Annual "Forecasting" Conference. Philadelphia, PA
1948 Jan 15

Box 9: folder 23
Annual Sowbelly Dinner. Denver, CO. --general problem of international aid
1948 Feb 7

Box 9: folder 23
Canadian Club. Montreal, Canada. (for broadcast over Station CFCF--not given) --account of World Bank and European Recovery Program, importance of balance of trade between nations
1948 Feb 18

Box 9: folder 24
Overseas Press Club of America. New York, NY. --World Bank and European Recovery Program
1948 Mar 16

Box 9: folder 24
Economic Commission of the Ninth International Conference of American States. Bogota, Colombia. --rebuilding European economy, development of Latin America, World Bank
1948 Apr 5

Box 9: folder 24
Statement on recent trip to South America. --impressions of South American countries
1948 May 12

Box 9: folder 24
Notes on Lawrenceville speech. --attempts to find guidelines for meeting difficult issues of future, how to develop leaders
1948 May 17

Box 9: folder 24
WINX Radio interview by Ernest Lindle. --about Latin America trip, World Bank
1948 May 25

Box 9: folder 25
Foreign Policy Association. Cincinnati, OH. --European Recovery Program, World Bank
1948 Jun 1

Box 9: folder 25
"The World Bank and European recovery." Institute on United Nations, Mount Holyoke College. South Hadley, MA
1948 Jul 6

Box 9: folder 25
Board of Governors of the International Bank, presentation of third annual report. Washington, DC. --update on World Bank
1948 Sep 29

Box 9: folder 25
Board of Governors of the International Bank, [draft of remarks made at dinner] [oversize]
[1948 Sep 29]

Box 13: folder 13
Press conference [on International Bank.] --committee created to consider provisions relating to duties and remuneration of executive directors of Bank
1948 Oct 18

Box 9: folder 26
"The World Bank." Herald Tribune Forum. New York, NY
1948 Oct 20

Box 9: folder 26
Union Club. [preliminary draft of remarks for luncheon on 10/23/48] --European recovery [oversize]
undated

Box 13: folder 13
Savings Bank Association of the State of New York, annual meeting. Atlantic City, NJ. --World Bank, European recovery
1948 Nov 6

Box 9: folder 26
"The International Bank and world trade." National Foreign Trade Convention. New York, NY
1948 Nov 8

Box 9: folder 26
Stetson Lecture 1: "The problem of international investment."
1949 Feb 2

Box 9: folder 27
Stetson Lecture 2: "International investment since the Great Depression. The problems of the post-war period."
1949 Feb 3

Box 9: folder 27
Stetson Lecture 3: "The future of international investment."
1949 Feb 4

Box 9: folder 27
Drafts of Stetson lectures.
[1947-49]

Box 9: folder 28
Foreign Policy Association. Minneapolis, MN. --international economic recovery
1949 Jan 19

Box 9: folder 29
"The role of the US in the world economy." Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University. Syracuse, NY
1949 Mar 30

Box 9: folder 29
"The role of the United States in the world economy." [draft or reworked version of VI:2]
undated

Box 9: folder 29
"Technical cooperation from US military government to German people," Point 4 of panel discussion on "The United States in world affairs." (NBC broadcast)
1949 Apr 3

Box 9: folder 29
Radio-Stuttgart. (broadcast) --transfer of control of station from US military government to German people
1949 Jul 22

Box 9: folder 29
"The lesson of the World Bank." Foreign Affairs Quarterly Review, 1949 July, pp. 551-560
1949 Jul

Box 9: folder 30
Address over Columbia Broadcasting System. --impressions of Germany after short trip there
1949 Aug 9

Box 9: folder 31
Pathe Newsreel. (letter and statement for newsreel)
1949 Aug 30

Box 9: folder 31
Address over National Broadcasting System. --US attitude towards opening of German parliament, differences between military government and High Commission
1949 Sep 3

Box 9: folder 31
International Council Christian Leadership meeting. Frankfurt. (notes, visitors list) --Germany's problems
1949 Oct 15

Box 9: folder 32
"Reviving Germany." US News and World Report, 1949 Nov 4, pp. 26-30
1949 Nov 4

Box 9: folder 32
Washington, DC. --progress report on Germany
1950 Jan 23

Box 9: folder 32
Amerika Haus, opening. Stuttgart, Germany. --progress report on German
1950 Feb 6

Box 9: folder 32
Pilgrims' speech. London, England. --discussion of German problem and East-West conflict
1950 Apr 4

Box 9: folder 33
Unidentified draft. --Germany's relationship to US and Western world
[1951]

Box 9: folder 33
HICOG Housing Project, groundbreaking ceremony. --short explanation of why funds for project not from occupation costs
1951 Feb 15

Box 9: folder 33
Statement for 1951 Red Cross campaign. --work of Red Cross
1951 Mar 1

Box 9: folder 33
Commencement of voyage of Europe Train. --progress in Germany
1951 Apr 20

Box 9: folder 33
Mainz University, opening of Institute of Modern History (in German)
1951 Apr 23

Box 9: folder 33
Bavarian Radio. (broadcast recording) (English version)
1951 Apr 25

Box 9: folder 34
Goethe House, rededication. Frankfurt, Germany. (in English and German, with press release in English) --INS: remember Goethe's cosmopolitanism, internationalism, transcend nationalism
1951 May 10

Box 9: folder 34
University of Frankfurt. Frankfurt, Germany. (in English and German) --INS: work universities must do in Germany, importance of democratic Bundesrepublik
1951 May 25

Box 9: folder 35
[HICOG personnel]. --accomplishments of Military Command, goals for High Commission
1949 Oct 4

Box 9: folder 36
HICOG Personnel. Frankfurt, Germany. --situation and needs in Germany
1949 Oct

Box 9: folder 36
US Resident Officers' meeting. Frankfurt. (press release) --outline objectives of Resident Officers
1949 Dec 12

Box 9: folder 36
New Year's Eve address. Berlin, Germany. (in German)
1949 Dec 31

Box 9: folder 36
Radio Netherlands interview. Frankfurt, Germany. (questions and answers, recording) --JJM's task, prospects for Germany, predictions about Benelux economy, US-German relations
1950 Jan 16

Box 9: folder 37
Report on Germany. Boston, MA. (press release dated 1/27/50) -- nationalism in Germany, positive factors and need to encourage the best in German people
1950 Jan 26

Box 9: folder 37
Speech and press conference. Passau. (telex with text of speech and notes by Caldwell, "prb ofc for bavaria," on JJM's answers to questions) --questions on dismantling, Marshall Plan
1950 Apr 22

Box 9: folder 37
Armed Forces Day Broadcast. Frankfurt. (press release in German and English) --aims of our government
1950 May 20

Box 9: folder 37
Amerika Haus, opening. Hannover. --importance of democracy, economic situation, political and psychological situation in Germany, "road to freedom"
1950 May 22

Box 9: folder 38
Radio Frankfurt, dedication. Feldberg. (in German, with press release in English and German) --importance of free press and radio
1950 Jun 1

Box 9: folder 38
"Ruhr problems." Duesseldorf-Graffenberg. (with press release in English and German)
1950 Jun 16

Box 9: folder 39
German Youth Leaders. Frankfurt. (press release in English and German, list of group members) --INS: Germany must find new life and spirit, importance of youth
1950 Jul 18

Box 9: folder 40
German Penicillin Plant, dedication. Hoechst. (press release in English and German, also includes facts about plant) -- congratulations
1950 Aug 4

Box 9: folder 40
German exchangees. Frankfurt. (press release in English and German) --intentions of US in this mutual exchange program
1950 Aug 9

Box 9: folder 40
Labor Day address over AFN. Frankfurt. --intention to support labor's legitimate aim
1950 Sep 4

Box 9: folder 41
Marshall House, opening. Berlin. --building as symbol of the Marshall Plan
1950 Sep 30

Box 9: folder 41
Policy speech to German radio audience. Frankfurt. (recording) (with press release in English and German dated 10/7/50)
1950 Oct 8

Box 9: folder 41
Kreis Resident Officers' Seminar, opening. Frankfurt. (press release) --present issues to officers, encouragement
1950 Oct 9

Box 9: folder 42
Freedom Bell ceremonies. Berlin. --INS: freedom
1950 Oct 24

Box 9: folder 42
Meeting at US Press Club. Frankfurt, Germany. --modification of occupation status, rearmament
1950 Nov 22

Box 9: folder 42
Kiel University. Kiel. (in German)
1950 Nov 24

Box 9: folder 42
Labor leaders and union members. Hamburg. (in German) -- freedom, Marshall Plan
1950 Nov 25

Box 9: folder 43
Radio Bremen, dedication of new studio. (press release in English and German) --duties and obligations of West German radio
1950 Nov 26

Box 9: folder 43
CBS interview with Mr. Hottelet. Frankfurt. (draft dated 12/16/50) --urgent problems facing Germans and Allies
1950 Dec 22

Box 9: folder 43
New Year's speech over RIAS. Berlin. (in English and German) -- prospects for Germany
1951 Jan 1

Box 9: folder 43
Richtfest ceremonies. HICOG Housing Project, Bonn. (in German) --American contributions to German construction
1951 Jun 1

Box 9: folder 44
Address over Mutual Network. --account of situation in Germany
1951 Jun 26

Box 9: folder 44
Fourth of July message (broadcast recording) --what we are for (in favor of)
1951 Jul 3

Box 9: folder 44
Bremerhaven Chapter of the National Defense Transportation Association. --importance of unity of interests, European community, US policy vis-a-vis Germany
1951 Nov 3

Box 9: folder 44
Before Wuerttemberg/Banden Landtag. --significance of development of European community, future of Germany in that community (in German, with press release in English and German)
1951 Dec 17

Box 9: folder 45
Press conference. Stuttgart. --questions about the status of Germany
1951 Dec 17

Box 9: folder 45
Night speech (to Swabians). Stuttgart, Germany. (in English and German) --role of Swabians in history of US
1951 Dec 17

Box 9: folder 46
TV recording. Berlin, Germany. --progress in objectives of Marshall Plan, economic situation, democratic progress
1951 Dec 31

Box 9: folder 46
Broadcast over RIAS. Berlin. (press release in English and German) --progress report on Germany
1951 Dec 31

Box 9: folder 46
Stars and Stripes interview. --new relationship developing between Germany and the US, defense of Germany
1952 Jan 15

Box 9: folder 46
University of Freiburg. Baden. (in German, with press release in English and German) --role of students and scholars in Germany
1952 Jan 21

Box 9: folder 47
Evening speech. Freiburg. (in German) --reorganization of JJM's office
1952 Jan 21

Box 9: folder 47
CBS recorded television broadcast. [Mehlemer, Austria.] --US contribution to Germany, dangers still existing in Germany
1952 May 7

Box 9: folder 48
Bernkastel School, dedication. Bernkastel. (in German, with press release in English and German) --burdens of war on Germans and others, update on Germany, situation vis-a-vis Soviet Union
1952 May 10

Box 9: folder 48
Alumni of Franklin and Marshall College. (off-the-cuff speech, no text)
1952 Jun 5

Box 9: folder 48
"Meet the Press." Washington, DC. (NBS television show) -- German recovery, NATO, situation in Germany generally
1952 Jun 8

Box 9: folder 49
Foreign Relations Committee, US Senate. [Washington, DC.] -- statement in support of ratification of Bonn agreements of 5/26/52
1952 Jun 10

Box 9: folder 49
World Affairs Council. Philadelphia, PA. (off the cuff speech, text)
1952 Jun 11

Box 9: folder 50
Langenbruecken
1952 Jun 23

Box 9: folder 50
General

Short statement in German made during JJM's farewell tour of Germany

Goeppingen. (also in English)
1952 Jun 23

Box 9: folder 50
General

Short statement in German made during JJM's farewell tour of Germany

Ulm. (includes notes for remarks in English)
1952 Jun 23

Box 9: folder 50
General

Short statement in German made during JJM's farewell tour of Germany

Augsburg
1952 Jun 24

Box 9: folder 50
General

Short statement in German made during JJM's farewell tour of Germany

State reception, Munich
1952 Jun 24

Box 9: folder 51
General

Short statement in German made during JJM's farewell tour of Germany

Nuernberg. (includes notes for remarks in English)
1952 Jun 25

Box 9: folder 51
General

Short statement in German made during JJM's farewell tour of Germany

Rothenburg
1952 Jun 25

Box 9: folder 51
General

Short statement in German made during JJM's farewell tour of Germany

Regensburg
1952 Jun 25

Box 9: folder 51
General

Short statement in German made during JJM's farewell tour of Germany

Wuerzburg
1952 Jun 25

Box 9: folder 51
General

Short statement in German made during JJM's farewell tour of Germany

Wiesbaden
1952 Jun 26

Box 9: folder 52
General

Short statement in German made during JJM's farewell tour of Germany

Presentation of check to Bonn University. (Information Division release with text of speech in English and German) --importance of Universities' preparation of leaders
1952 Jul 2

Box 9: folder 52
Technical University of Berlin. (Information Division release with text of speech in English and German) --responsibility of scientists, science and politics
1952 Jul 11

Box 9: folder 52
Berlin Senate, farewell. (Information Division release with text of speech in English and German) --economic situation in Berlin, communist leaders' actions
1952 Jul 11

Box 9: folder 53
Broadcast over RIAS. (Information Division release with text of speech in English and German) --hopes for Eastern Zone, Allied support for West Berlin
1952 Jul 11

Box 9: folder 53
Protest to Soviets against kidnapping of Prof. Walter Linse from West Berlin. (press release in English and German)
1952 Jul 11

Box 9: folder 53
Dedication of Stimson Chapel. (includes printed version in German and program of ceremony) --account of Stimson
1952 Jul 18

Box 9: folder 54
igning of Fulbright Agreement. (Information Division release in English and German) --what the agreement is
1952 Jul 18

Box 9: folder 54
Speech made over Frankfurt Radio on departure from Germany. (in German)
1953 Oct

Box 9: folder 65
"The place of the small college in American life." Washington College. Chestertown, MD. also Association of American Colleges Bulletin, vol. 38, no. 4, 1952 Dec, pp. 496-506
1952 Oct 11

Box 9: folder 55
Statement for Citizens for Eisenhower and Nixon --short tribute to Eisenhower
1952 Oct 24

Box 9: folder 55
"Germany and the new Europe." Association of the Bar of the City of New York. (includes transcript of introductory remarks and Q&A session) also The Record of the Bar of the City of New York, 1952 Dec, pp. 480-500
1952 Oct 28

Box 9: folder 56
"Germany in the new Europe." The Economic Club of Detroit. Detroit, MI. (includes program and Q&A)
1952 Nov 17

Box 9: folder 57
"Germany in the new Europe." National Foreign Trade Council, Inc. New York, NY
1952 Nov 19

Box 9: folder 57
National Institute of Social Sciences, remarks on receipt of award. New York, NY. also Proceedings of the Annual Dinner, 1952. --REM: stories of Stimson, Patterson, Lovett --SOW: survey of situation in Germany
1952 Nov 19

Box 9: folder 58
New Year's Message to Germany via Voice of America --INS: importance of democracy and European community
1952 Dec 31

Box 9: folder 58
"Germany and the East-West conflict." American Jewish Committee, 46th Annual Meeting, 1/30/53-2/1/53
[1953 Jan 31]

Box 9: folder 58
Pilgrims Dinner in honor of the Honorable Sir Roger Makins. New York, NY. (printed proceedings) --East-West issues
1953 Feb 2

Box 9: folder 59
Dinner in honor of Dr. Ernst Reuter, Mayor of West Berlin, 3/16/53. (outline of remarks, introduction only)
1953 Mar 12

Box 9: folder 59
"The community and the government." New York Chamber of Commerce. New York, NY. also Monthly Bulletin, vol. 44, no. 9, 1953 Apr, pp. 370-377. --the experience of working in government
1953 Apr 2

Box 9: folder 59
[American Committee on United Europe], JJM's introduction of Konrad Adenauer
1953 Apr 6

Box 9: folder 59
Joint session of the American Hardware Manufacturers Association and the Southern Wholesale Hardware Association. Dallas, TX. --challenges to American leadership in the present state of world affairs
1953 Apr 22

Box 9: folder 60
Godkin Lecture 1: "The problems we face." --the Soviet threat (political, military, economic, psychological tools against); atomic development; US as part of community of free nations
1953 Jan 12

Box 9: folder 61
General

The Godkin Lectures were presented at Harvard University and later published as The Challenge to American Foreign Policy (Harvard University Press, 1953).

Godkin Lecture 2: "The making of policy." --Political, military, economic, psychological factors, esp. the role of the military; structure and responsibilities of State Department (esp. Foreign Service)
1953 Jan 13

Box 9: folder 62
Godkin Lecture 3: "The execution of policy." --comments on State Department; task and role of American representatives abroad
1953 Jan 14

Box 9: folder 63
Association of the Bar of the City of New York, meeting on "Lawyers and the Cold War," in cooperation with the International Commission of Jurists. New York, NY. (transcript of comments and reports by several speakers; published edition of speech; original McCloy draft) --activities of the Committee of Free Jurists
1953 May 4

Box 9: folder 64
Trinity College, charge to the graduating class. Hartford, CT. (pencil notes; not known whether actually used)
1953 Jun 7

Box 9: folder 64
"Today's youth and the future." Smith College, commencement address. Northampton, MA. --SOW: German rehabilitation, loyalty to the country, burdens of world leadership
1953 Jun 8

Box 9: folder 65
25-Year Club of Chase National Bank, annual dinner. New York, NY. (read by Mr. Ebbott in JJM's absence) --short tribute to Chase organization
1953 Oct 7

Box 9: folder 65
"European impressions--and a moral." American Petroleum Institute, 33rd Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. --SOW: Europe, the loyalty of an overwhelming number of Americans
1953 Nov 11

Box 9: folder 65
Georgia State Chamber of Commerce. Atlanta, GA. (no text)
[1953 Nov 20]

Box 9: folder 65
Manufacturing Chemists Association. New York, NY. --view of England, France, Germany from a recent trip
1953 Nov 24

Box 10: folder 1
"Economic and political aspects of America's national security." United States Military Academy. West Point, NY. (symposium) also The national security policy of the United States. Fifth Annual Student Conference on United States Affairs. USMA, 1954, pp. 9-15
1953 Dec 2

Box 10: folder 2
College of Wooster, Notestein Lecture. Wooster, OH. --views of Europe from recent trip
1953 Dec 3

Box 10: folder 3
Council on Foreign Relations, dinner in honor of John Foster Dulles, Secretary of State. (introductory remarks)
1954 Jan 12

Box 10: folder 3
Headmasters Association. Rye, NY. --SOW: current anti- American attitudes, East-West struggle; are these the result of postwar errors?
1954 Feb 11

Box 10: folder 3
"Our best defense: Faith in ourselves." Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia, William Penn Award. (includes introduction by Col. LaBrum)
1954 Feb 16

Box 10: folder 4
"Implications of world leadership." Phillips Academy, Stearns Lecture. Andover, MA. --world tensions, view of world in 1964, youth response
1954 Mar 5

Box 10: folder 5
"Some underlying trends in the American economy." International Monetary Conference. Harriman, NY.
1954 Mar 17

Box 10: folder 6
"The availability of American capital for foreign investment," article for Belgian Congo American Survey. (includes longer version dated 3/30/54, letters)
[1954 Apr 12]

Box 10: folder 7
University of Louisville. Louisville, KY. (JJM also gave informal talk at convocation and luncheon on 4/23/54, no record) -- problems our country faces, our obligations as citizens
1954 Apr 22

Box 10: folder 7
Medical Strollers. New York, NY. (informal, no text)
1954 Apr 28

Box 10: folder 7
Philadelphia Council of Churches. Philadelphia, PA. --SOW: recovery of Germany, Roosevelt's responsibility for Pearl Harbor, Stimson, US values reflected in government actions
1954 May 6

Box 10: folder 8
Law Revision Commission. New York, NY. (JJM testimony) -- proposed Uniform Commercial Code
1954 May 15

Box 10: folder 8
Arkansas Bankers Association. Little Rock, AR. --profound changes in America in JJM's lifetime, dominance of America
1954 May 26

Box 10: folder 9
"Ten Years From Now" in The Atlantic, June 1954, Vol. 193, No. 6: includes correspondence --SOW
1954 Jun

Box 10: folder 10
Merrill Center for Economics. Southampton, NY. --JJM history before war in Europe, success of economic policy in economic terms
1954 Jul 22

Box 10: folder 11
Hearings on Review of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. Department of State. Washington, DC. (JJM statement)
1954 Sep 14

Box 10: folder 11
25-Year Club of Chase National Bank, annual banquet. New York, NY. --changes taking place in world
1954 Oct 4

Box 10: folder 12
American Life Convention, annual meeting. Chicago, IL. --SOW: implications of our world position
1954 Oct 7

Box 10: folder 12
"New horizons for American business." American Gas Association, 36th Annual Convention. Atlantic City, NJ. --SOW: our economic situation as it relates to our position in the world
1954 Oct 13

Box 10: folder 13
"A new background for banking." American Bankers Association, annual meeting. Atlantic City, NJ. --our economic situation in world perspective
1954 Oct 19

Box 10: folder 14
Dinner in honor of JJM and Mr. Champion, given by Ernest Patton, Chairman, People's National Bank. Greenville, SC. (no text)
1954 Dec 7

Box 10: folder 15
Chase shareholders, annual meeting. --discussion of merger
1955 Jan 25

Box 10: folder 15
"Some aspects of our foreign policy." Dartmouth College, Great Issues Course. Hanover, NH. --SOW: threat of Soviet Union domination, atomic bomb, solutions to these problems
1955 Mar 7

Box 10: folder 15
Dartmouth College. Hanover, NH. (talk to students and discussion period, no text)
1955 Mar 8

Box 10: folder 15
Committee on Banking and Currency, US Senate. [Washington, DC.] (JJM testimony; includes full transcript and formal statement dated 3/3/55 with graph and preliminary remarks) --factors which enter into determination of investment of funds
1955 Mar 10

Box 10: folder 16
New York Alumni of Peddie School, 50th Annual Dinner. New York, NY. --role of private schools, challenges to today's leaders also The Peddie Chronicle, vol. 90, no. 3, 1955 May, pp. 4ff
1955 Mar 11

Box 10: folder 16
Chase Manhattan Officers, dinner following merger. New York, NY. --character of bank and aspirations for future
1955 Apr 5

Box 10: folder 17
Chase Manhattan Directors, meeting. [New York, NY.] --Chase Manhattan Bank needs a new building
1955 Apr 13

Box 10: folder 17
Virginia Law Weekly, annual banquet. University of Virginia. Charlottesville, VA. (at request of Hon. A. Willis Robertson)
1955 May 6

Box 10: folder 17
Deerfield Academy, commencement address. Deerfield, MA. -- SOW: problems of US in world, security --REM: JJM's school reminiscences
1955 Jun 8

Box 10: folder 17
Pilgrims Dinner in honor of Rt. Hon. Harold Macmillan. New York, NY. (includes printed program) --comments about Macmillan
1955 Jun 16

Box 10: folder 17
"A statement on bank mergers." Antitrust Subcommittee, Committee on the Judiciary, US House of Representatives. Washington, DC
1955 Jul 5

Box 10: folder 18
Summer session of the School for Advanced International Studies of the Johns Hopkins University. Washington, DC. (commentary on P.C. Gordon Walker's paper) --nationalism as answer to Southeast Asian problems
1955 Aug 11

Box 10: folder 18
National Citizens Committee for Educational Television. (JJM statement) --educational TV stations
1955 Oct 4

Box 10: folder 18
25-Year Club of Chase Manhattan Bank. New York, NY. (no text)
1955 Oct 5

Box 10: folder 18
"Peaceful uses of atomic energy." Herald Tribune Forum at United Nations. New York, NY. (news clippings) --political problems raised by world-wide atomic power development
1955 Oct 16

Box 10: folder 18
Luncheon meeting arranged by Col. Drake and Mr. A.W. Robertson. Pittsburgh, PA. (no text)
1955 Oct 18

Box 10: folder 19
Speech delivered on occasion of fifth anniversary of installation of the Freedom Bell. Berlin, Germany. (in English and German) -- SOW: situation vis-a-vis East --INS: freedom
1955 Oct 24

Box 10: folder 19
Washington Forum for Bank Executives, sponsored by District of Columbia Bankers Association. Georgetown University. Washington, DC. (includes summary of questions raised) --SOW: state of American economy, how it got there, Europe
1955 Nov 4

Box 10: folder 20
United Hospital Campaign Luncheon. New York, NY. -- importance of United Hospital's work --SOW: recent trip to Germany, Germany as a focus of East-West issues
1955 Nov 14

Box 10: folder 20
The Holland Society of New York, acceptance of award. New York, NY. (2 versions; includes notes by D.B. Smith)
1955 Nov 18

Box 10: folder 21
Columbia University Alumni. New York, NY. --SOW
1955 Dec 29

Box 10: folder 22
"Owen J. Roberts' Extra Curiam Activities." University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 103, no. 3, 1955 Dec, pp. 350-355. --in memoriam Owen J. Roberts
1955 Dec

Box 10: folder 22
German Award, acceptance speech. (includes notes of points to be covered) --summary of German recovery
1956 Mar 1

Box 10: folder 23
Princeton University. Princeton, NJ. --SOW: Middle East, JJM's recent trip
1956 May 18

Box 10: folder 23
Canada Life Insurance Officers Association, annual meeting. Montebello, Quebec. --SOW: Middle East situation, East, Western disunity DO NOT PHOTOCOPY
1956 May 29

Box 10: folder 23
International Bank Notes, Tenth Anniversary Issue, 1956 Jun, p. 5. (JJM message as former president of World Bank) --summary of JJM's time at bank
1956 Jun

Box 10: folder 24
"A perspective for business abroad." Harvard Business School, 26th National Business Conference. Cambridge, MA
1956 Jun 16

Box 10: folder 24
Committee on Foreign Affairs, US House of Representatives. Washington, DC. (JJM statement, response to questions sent by Committee) --SOW: comments on Soviet danger, assessment of independence of foreign policy among smaller nations, foreign aid, should US renounce use of force?
1956 Oct 9

Box 10: folder 25
Statement to the President's Advisors on the Mutual Security Program (original copy) --foreign aid situation
1956 Oct 17

Box 10: folder 25
"Some aspects of our foreign relations." Iowa Bankers Association, convention. Des Moines, IA. --SOW: recent events in Poland, Hungarian revolt, Cold War struggle, Nasser, foreign aid
1956 Oct 30

Box 10: folder 26
"The Middle East." (article for Council on Foreign Relations publication)
1956

Box 10: folder 26
Joint Legislative Committee to Revise Banking Law of New York State. (JJM statement) --recommendations to NY legislature re revisions in state banking law
1957 Jan 8

Box 10: folder 27
Little Forum of Bronxville, NY. (no text)
1957 Jan 8

Box 10: folder 27
"America's responsibility as the world's dominant economic power." Chamber of Commerce of Philadelphia, 10th Annual Forecasting Conference. [Philadelphia, PA.] (transcript of tape recording; typed speech)
1957 Jan 10

Box 10: folder 27
Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan St. Louis, annual dinner meeting. [St. Louis, MO.] --SOW: comment on the international situation, Suez, Poland, Hungary; we should develop a positive policy
1957 Feb 13

Box 10: folder 27
German Award acceptance speech
1957 Mar 1

Box 10: folder 27
"Some aspects of our foreign policy." Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Managers' Convention Banquet. New York, NY. -- SOW: comment on the international situation, Suez, Poland, Hungary; we should develop a positive policy
1957 Mar 2

Box 10: folder 28
Statement in reference to New York Senate Bills Int. Nos. 3547 and 3548, and Assembly Bills Int. Nos. 4084 and 4083. (includes charts; original speech with handwritten notes) -- recommendations re New York City as banking district
[1957 Mar 13]

Box 10: folder 28
"Accelerated healing." Lenox Hill Hospital, 100th anniversary reception and dinner. New York, NY. --history of Lenox Hill Hospital
1957 May 13

Box 10: folder 29
"The role of banking in an expanding economy." National Association of Supervisors of State Banks, 56th Annual Convention. New York, NY. --in favor of state banks
1957 Sep 19

Box 10: folder 29
"America and the developing economies." Far East-America Council of Commerce and Industry. New York, NY. --a general approach, present aid and development situation in Asia
1957 Oct 3

Box 10: folder 30
Opening Dinner of the Campaign of the United Hospital Fund. New York, NY. --comments on duty to fundraise --REM: great story of WWI army service
1957 Oct 7

Box 10: folder 31
European Coal and Steel Community. Luxembourg. --European problems
1957 Nov 13

Box 10: folder 31
Chase Manhattan Officers' Club, annual meeting and 25th anniversary. [New York, NY.] --SOW, state of the bank
1958 Jan 10

Box 10: folder 31
New York Infirmary. (no text)
1958 Jan 19

Box 10: folder 31
America-Japan Society and American Chamber of Commerce in Japan, joint luncheon meeting. --SOW: economic situation in US --REM
1958 Feb 4

Box 10: folder 31
Surface Transportation Subcommittee, Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, US Senate. Washington, DC. --railroads, their condition, significance, financial problems
1958 Mar 28

Box 10: folder 32
"The extra-curricular lawyer" (lecture) and "The role of the lawyer in a changing world" (colloquy between Arnold J. Toynbee and JJM, moderated by Francis P. Gaines). Washington and Lee University. Lexington, VA. also Washington and Lee Review, vol. 15, no. 2, 1958 Fall, pp. 171-197. (*)
1958 Apr 18

Box 10: folder 32
National War College, commencement address. Washington, DC. --REM: WWI --SOW: Russia, atomic bomb questions --INS: courses they take/should take at the College
1958 Jun 10

Box 10: folder 33
"Obligations of the scientist." Massachusetts Institute of Technology, commencement address. Cambridge, MA. --SOW: Russia --INS: scientists role in the world, new challenges we face also Technology Review, 1958 Jul, pp. 475ff
1958 Jun 13

Box 10: folder 33
Visiting Nurse Service of New York, 65th Anniversary Dinner. New York, NY. --what individuals can do to be useful in today's world, what nurses do
1958 Oct 7

Box 10: folder 34
"The lawyer as a citizen." State Bar Association of Connecticut, annual dinner. Hartford, CT. --obligations of leading citizens to meet today's challenges, obligations of US in world arena, what we need to work on
1958 Oct 28

Box 10: folder 34
Amherst College, dedication of Edward Whitman Chapin Hall. Amherst, MA
1958 Oct 31

Box 10: folder 34
45th National Foreign Trade Convention. New York, NY. --SOW: importance of world trade as index of improvement in human welfare, world trade situation, call for greater energy towards solving our problems
1958 Nov 17

Box 10: folder 34
Council on Foreign Relations, JJM presiding over afternoon session with Anastas Mikoyan, USSR Deputy Premier (introduction)
1959 Jan 15

Box 10: folder 34
Chase Manhattan, annual meeting. [New York, NY.] --summary of bank's year, state of business generally
1959 Jan 27

Box 10: folder 34
Chase Manhattan Bank and First National City Bank, dinner in honor of President Frondizi of Argentina. [New York, NY.] --the nature of private (?) investment assistance to Argentina
1959 Jan 28

Box 10: folder 35
Lotos Club. --SOW: US economic situation, Berlin also Lotos Leaf, 1959 March, p.7
1959 Feb 10

Box 10: folder 35
Committee on Banking and Currency, US House of Representatives. Washington, DC. (JJM statement on behalf of the American Bankers Association re H.R. 4452) --endorsing increase in US quota for World Bank
1959 Mar 4

Box 10: folder 35
Committee on Foreign Relations, US Senate. Washington, DC. (JJM statement on behalf of the American Bankers Association re S. 1094. Includes transcript of proceedings; copy of original McCloy statement) --same as no. 9
1959 Mar 17

Box 10: folder 35
League of Women Voters of New Canaan, CT. (no text)
1959 Apr 19

Box 10: folder 35
German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (includes transcript) --SOW: Common Market, Dulles and Adenauer, Berlin, US economy
1959 Apr 27

Box 10: folder 36
Chamber of Commerce. Buffalo, NY. (no text)
1959 May 26

Box 10: folder 36
Speech draft. (handwritten, with letter) --SOW
circa 1959 Jun 3

Box 10: folder 36
Chapin School, commencement address. New York, NY. --INS
1959 Jun 4

Box 10: folder 36
Dinner for presidents of the European Economic Community. New York, NY. --introduction for Hallstein and Hirson
1959 Jun 16

Box 10: folder 37
Superintendent of Banks and Joint Committee on Banking, hearings on state banking legislation. New York, NY. --proper course banking should take in the state of New York
1959 Sep 10

Box 10: folder 37
Foreign Service Institute. Washington, DC. (no text)
1959 Dec 9

Box 10: folder 37
Investment Association of New York, annual dinner. New York, NY. --US balance of payments problem
1959 Dec 15

Box 10: folder 38
Hand draft of speech on public service
undated

Box 10: folder 39
Chase Manhattan Officers. (suggested remarks) --situation at bank and the future of the bank
1960 Jan 8

Box 10: folder 39
"Public service--Its rewards and frustrations" and "Public service-- The challenge of the sixties." Princeton University, lectures. Princeton, NJ. (second lecture marked "incomplete notes") --INS, SOW
1960 Feb 20-22

Box 10: folder 39-40
Joint Legislative Committee on Revision of Banking Laws. Albany, NY. (JJM statement) --comments on banking legislation
1960 Feb 25

Box 10: folder 41
Loyola College. (handwritten notes)
1960 Mar 3

Box 10: folder 41
Committee on Banking and Currency, US House of Representatives. Washington, DC. (JJM statement) --in support of US participation in the proposed International Development Association
1960 Mar 15

Box 10: folder 41
Foreign Relations Committee, US Senate. Washington, DC. (JJM statement) --same as no. 4
1960 Mar 21

Box 10: folder 42
Foreign Policy Association of Pittsburgh. (transcript of tape recording to be used in conjunction with speech 5/5/60) --SOW: Berlin
1960 Apr 18

Box 10: folder 42
Foreign Policy Association of Pittsburgh, Tenth Annual World Affairs Forum. Pittsburgh, PA. (includes clippings from The Wall Street Journal on related subject) --SOW: Soviet Union, aid to underdeveloped nations, growth as challenge to the free world, outline of the imperatives of today
1960 May 5

Box 10: folder 42
"The imperatives of public service." Bernard Baruch School of Business and Public Administration of the City College, Charter Day convocation. New York, NY
1960 May 12

Box 10: folder 43
"The role of the intellectual in modern democracy." Columbia University, panel discussion. New York, NY.
1960 May 31

Box 10: folder 44
Directors of Chase Manhattan Bank. Pocantico Hills, NY. -- assessment of the bank's situation
1960 Jun 1

Box 10: folder 44
University of Pennsylvania, commencement address. --appeal for public service, rewards of public service --REM: Stimson's ideas as to who was the greatest president
1960 Jun 15

Box 10: folder 44
Top officers of Chase Manhattan Bank. Pocantico Hills, NY. -- assessment of the bank's situation
1960 Jun 18

Box 10: folder 45
Luxembourg
1960 Jul 4

Box 10: folder 45
General

Short speech (INS) made as the President's representative at dedication ceremonies of battle monuments in Europe.

Margraten
1960 Jul 7

Box 10: folder 45
General

Short speech (INS) made as the President's representative at dedication ceremonies of battle monuments in Europe.

Henri-Chapelle
1960 Jul 9

Box 10: folder 45
General

Short speech (INS) made as the President's representative at dedication ceremonies of battle monuments in Europe.

Neuville-en-Condroz
1960 Jul 11

Box 10: folder 45
General

Short speech (INS) made as the President's representative at dedication ceremonies of battle monuments in Europe.

St. Avold
1960 Jul 19

Box 10: folder 45
General

Short speech (INS) made as the President's representative at dedication ceremonies of battle monuments in Europe.

"Commercial bank preparedness for emergency operations." American Bankers Association, convention. New York, NY. -- plan desired for rehabilitation after nuclear attack
1960 Sep 20

Box 10: folder 46
Seventh Annual Human Rights Award dinner. New York, NY. (original copy of speech with handwritten notes) --SOW: length of presidential campaign detrimental, image of US abroad, diminution of US prestige
1960 Oct 11

Box 10: folder 46
Amherst College, inaugural luncheon for President Calvin Plimpton. Amherst, MA. --US prestige at end of war, Amherst
1960 Oct 23

Box 10: folder 46
"Emergency preparedness in the banking industry," radio interview by Gov. Leo A. Hoegh, Director of Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization. (questions and answers)
undated

Box 10: folder 46
"Henry L. Stimson: Hero Statesman." Phillips Academy, dedication of Stimson House. Andover, MA. (2 packets) --includes administrative correspondence --REM: great reminiscences about Stimson --SOW: statement to the effect that we cannot accept disarmament, Russian reply also Andover Bulletin, vol. 55, no. 3, 1961 Spring.
1961 Feb 25

Box 10: folder 47
Harvard Business School Club. New York, NY. (marked "draft," appears incomplete) --disarmament and security, we must take initiative to break arms race
1961 May 22

Box 10: folder 47
Williams College, commencement address. Williamstown, MA. --INS: importance of "unstylized thinking" and integrity --SOW: Soviets, disarmament and secrecy
1961 Jun 11

Box 10: folder 47
"Meet the Press," interview. Washington, DC. --disarmament talks with Khruschev, Test Ban Treaty, McCloy-Zorin talks also: The Proceedings of Meet the Press, vol. 5, no. 32
1961 Aug 13

Box 10: folder 47
National Press Club. Washington, DC. --SOW: disarmament agency needed, Senate bill S.2180
1961 Aug 22

Box 10: folder 48
George Catlett Marshall Award. Association of the United States Army. Washington, DC. --REM: Marshall
1961 Sep 8

Box 10: folder 48
"The call for leadership." International Industrial Conference, sponsored by National Industrial Conference Board and Stanford Research Institute. San Francisco, C.A> (includes original typed speech with handwritten notes) --SOW: disarmament, arms control, negotiations with Russians
1961 Sep 11

Box 10: folder 48
Pacific Northwest Trade Association. Victoria, British Columbia. --SOW: trade, atomic weapons, disarmament
1961 Oct 17

Box 10: folder 49
Theodore Roosevelt Award dinner. New York, NY. --about Theodore Roosevel
1961 Oct 27

Box 10: folder 49
Commercial Club. Cincinnati, OH. (no text)
[1961 Nov 18]

Box 10: folder 49
"The Road to Peace" - Investment Bankers Association of America. Hollywood, FL. (includes official publication of speech, and related correspondence). --analysis of UN's recent record as instrument of peace, balance of payments problem
1961 Nov 29

Box 10: folder 49
United States Military Academy. West Point, NY. --analysis of UN's recent record as instrument of peace, balance of payments problem, disarmament, setbacks in Geneva
1961 Dec 6

Box 10: folder 50
"Can we disarm?" CBS Reports, CBS Television Network. New York, NY. (broadcast; Howard K. Smith, reporter; written and produced by Arthur D. Morse; includes subject index) -- disarmament COPYRIGHTED
1961 Dec 14

Box 10: folder 50
"Why the World Will Disarm!" in This Week Magazine (of the New York Herald Tribune) pp. 7, 24. --SOW --Disarmament
1961 Dec 10

Box 10: folder 51
"Balance sheet on disarmament." Foreign Affairs, 1962 Apr, pp. 339-359
1962 Apr

Box 10: folder 52
Reserve City Bankers Convention. [Palm Beach], FL. --SOW: the state of arms talks, Soviet Union-US relations, problems with the UN, Atlantic alliance
1962 Apr 10

Box 10: folder 52
Introduction of Dean Acheson as First George C. Marshall Visitor at International House. New York, NY. --small bit about Marshall
1962 Apr 30

Box 10: folder 52
Harvard Law School Association of New York City, annual dinner. New York, NY. --similar to no. 2
1962 May 7

Box 10: folder 53
European-American Assembly on Outer Space. Brighton, England. --outer space and disarmament
1962 May 13

Box 10: folder 54
Stamford Historical Society. Stamford, CT. --stories about the Constitution
1962 Jul 4

Box 10: folder 54
Foreign Affairs Committee, US House of Representatives. Washington, DC. (JJM statement) --United Nations Bonds (Senate bill S. 2768), loan of $100 million to UN
[1962 Jul 14]

Box 10: folder 54
"Challenge to greatness: The land-grant movement in the second century." University of Massachusetts, Centennial Anniversary. Amherst, MA. --INS, education in relation to scientific progress, moral values
1962 Oct 4

Box 10: folder 54
United States Steel Corporation, annual meeting of directors and officers. New York, NY. --Cuban missile crisis, its significance
1963 Jan 10

Box 11: folder 1
New York State Bar Association. New York, NY. --REM, Cuban missile crisis
1963 Jan 25

Box 11: folder 1
"View of a director." American Telephone and Telegraph, Assistant Vice Presidents Group. New York, NY. [includes typed speech with handwritten notes] --includes short commentary on Cuban missile crisis, Anglo-European relations
1963 Feb 18

Box 11: folder 2
Smith College, lecture. Northampton, MA. --REM, thoughts on military and other service overseas
1963 Apr 15

Box 11: folder 2
United States Military Academy, address upon receiving Sylvanus Thayer Award. West Point, NY. --REM: Guy Preston, comments on the "military mind"
1963 May 25

Box 11: folder 3
[Veterans of] Office of Strategic Services, address on receipt of William J. Donovan Award. New York, NY. --REM: Donovan
1963 Jun 5

Box 11: folder 3
"Disarmament and keeping the peace." [American Bar Association, World Peace Through Law Conference. Athens, Greece.] --the necessary relationship between disarmament and the strengthening of international law and institutions
[1963 Jul 2]

Box 11: folder 4
Wilmington College, comments on receiving honorary degree. Wilmington, OH. (includes related correspondence) --INS: urging students to fulfill potential
1963 Sep 23

Box 11: folder 4
Opening of American Pavilion at Fourteenth German Industrial Fair
1963 Oct [12]

Box 11: folder 5
"Exercise of man's incredible powers." Lehigh University, panel discussion. Bethlehem, PA. --preservation of peace, disarmament
1963 Oct 25

Box 11: folder 5
Comments on receiving Medal of Freedom. Washington, DC. (includes several drafts) --short thanks, tribute to President Kennedy
1963 Dec 6

Box 11: folder 5
The Pilgrims. London, England. Includes memo to William Tyler re: draft --SOW: assassination of President Kennedy, partnership, NATO --REM: WWI (contacts with British) and WWII
1963 Dec 9

Box 11: folder 5
"Some thoughts for 1964." New York Chamber of Commerce. New York, NY. --SOW: arms control, Cuban crisis, desire for advances in methods of settling international disputes also Bulletin, vol. 55, no. 6, Part III, [1964], pp. 3-11. also: "Some Thoughts for 1964" excerpts in WAR/PEACE Report, March 1964 and correspondence
1964 Jan 7

Box 11: folder 6
New York Bar Association, Twelfth Night Ceremony. New York, NY. --REM: Cravath --INS: importance of decency on national life
1964 Jan 10

Box 11: folder 7
Advertising Council, annual awards dinner, address on receiving Public Service Award. New York, NY. (includes remarks of Gen. Lucius D. Clay on presenting award) --SOW: assessment of positive aspects in US situation, need for re-emphasis of principle, media needs to be more scrupulous, UN, disarmament
1964 Jan 15

Box 11: folder 7
Draft of speech for USO Award Dinner in honor of General Douglass MacArthur. Speech not given, as the general died just prior to the event
1964 Mar 10

Box 11: folder 7
Council on Foreign Relations, introduction of Dr. Henry Wriston. New York, NY
1964 Apr 6

Box 11: folder 8
Girls' Clubs of America, [annual conference.] New York, NY. (incomplete) --America's "recurring instances of moral laxity and bad taste"
1964 Apr 21

Box 11: folder 8
Business Advisory Council. Hot Springs, VA. --SOW: international issues for the next president, Cyprus, Atlantic community, NATO problems, Germany
1964 Oct 16

Box 11: folder 8
Foreword to Dr. Fabian von Schlabrendorff's book (to be published in 1965). --resistance movement in Germany during Nazi regime
[1964 Oct]

Box 11: folder 8
Fourth American-German Conference, 11/10/64-11/16/64. Bonn and Berlin, Germany. --lessons learned from past in Berlin, American-German questions
1964 Nov

Box 11: folder 9
Tax Foundation, 27th Annual Dinner. New York, NY. --SOW: problems with Atlantic alliance, NATO, de Gaulle
1964 Dec 1

Box 11: folder 9
[Citizens Conference on the Courts. New York, NY.] (no text)
[1964 Dec 2]

Box 11: folder 9
[Norman Cousins editorial group.] (no text)
[1964 Dec 3]

Box 11: folder 9
Advertising Council, introduction of Charles Mortimer. New York, NY. --comments on Mortimer
1964 Dec 15

Box 11: folder 9
Article for Amherst Graduates Quarterly. --comments on Dr. Alexander Meiklejohn
1964 Dec 31

Box 11: folder 9
Material relating to the NBC White Paper documentary "The Decision to Drop the Bomb," for which McCloy was interviewed extensively. Includes in-person interview transcripts between McCloy and Fred Freed as well as between Freed and Generals Grove and Byrnes, written answers to interview questions, official written comments by McCloy for the program, McCloy's correspondence with NBC, and correspondence between McCloy, Fred Freed, and the Coward-McCann Publishing Company regarding the upcoming book "The Decision to Drop the Bomb"
[circa 1964 May-1965 Feb]

Box 11: folder 10
"Questions from NBC for Mr. McCloy re: NBC White Paper on "The Decision to Surrender'" --Japanese surrender in WWII
[1965?]

Box 11: folder 10
"Today" show honoring Winston Churchill. New York, NY. (includes handwritten comments; may be incomplete) --REM: Churchill stories, wartime meeting, Cairo meeting, painting story
1965 Jan 27

Box 11: folder 11
Committee for Modern Courts and Association of the Bar of the City of New York. New York, NY. --in favor of court reform and reorganization
1965 Apr 8

Box 11: folder 11
Peddie School, Founder's Day celebrations. Hightstown, NJ. (includes notes) --REM: JJM's career in government, short autobiography
1965 Apr 23

Box 11: folder 11
Haverford College, commencement address. Haverford, PA. -- INS: student riots, comments on the "deadly sin of cynicism"
1965 Jun 4

Box 11: folder 11
Finch College, commencement address. New York, NY. --INS: student unrest, morality, honest attempts at truth
1965 Jun 8

Box 11: folder 12
"American foundations at home and abroad." Eighth International Seminar for Diplomats at Schloss Klessheim. Salzburg, Austria. (includes early draft, speech-related correspondence, and several newspaper clipping [largely in German]) --history of American foundations, areas of operation, benefits
1965 Aug 6

Box 11: folder 12
Amherst College, dedication of Robert Frost Library. Amherst, MA. --INS
1965 Oct 24

Box 11: folder 13
United World Federalists, Inc., Grenville Clark Publius Award dinner. New York, NY.
1965 Nov 10

Box 11: folder 13
Launching of USS Henry L. Stimson. Groton, CT. --REM: Stimson
1965 Nov 13

Box 11: folder 13
City College of New York, memorial service for Bernard M. Baruch. New York, NY
1965 Nov 16

Box 11: folder 13
White House Conference for International Cooperation Year, disarmament discussions with JJM presiding. (no text)
1965 Nov 30

Box 11: folder 13
International House. Philadelphia, PA. --INS: importance of cosmopolitan approach --the experience of foreign students
1966 Jan 5

Box 11: folder 14
Anglers' Club, annual dinner. New York, NY. --hunting, fishing trip (Alaska)
1966 Jan 11

Box 11: folder 14
Boys' Clubs of America, annual meeting. New York, NY. (no text)
[1966 Apr 19]

Box 11: folder 14
"American interests and Europe's future." University of Texas. Austin, TX. --reappraisal of status of Western alliance, its future validity, its history also Texas Quarterly, vol. 9, no. 3, 1966 Autumn, pp. 160-175. (*)
1966 Apr 26

Box 11: folder 14
"Bank notes." Washington, DC. (written message honoring 20th anniversary of World Bank. Includes related correspondence and drafts) --new challenges of Bank
1966 May 12

Box 11: folder 15
Subcommittee on National Security and International Operations, US Senate. Washington, DC. ([press release], US Government Printing Office publication)
1966 May 25

Box 11: folder 15
"Much more than a headmaster." Article on Frank Boyden to be published in Reader's Digest
1966 Sep 16

Box 11: folder 15
"Inflation and economic policy." Model, Roland & Co., economic conference with JJM as chairman. New York, NY. (introduction, printed proceedings)
1966 Sep 22

Box 11: folder 15
Council on Foreign Relations, introduction of James Callaghan, Chancellor of the Exchequer. New York, NY
1966 Sep 23

Box 11: folder 15
Address over CBS television network. New York, NY. -- comments on new German government and its members
1966 Dec 2

Box 11: folder 16
Chase Manhattan Bank directors. New York, NY. (no text)
[1967 Jan 24]

Box 11: folder 16
Chase Manhattan Bank, Midtown Advisory Committee. New York, NY. (no text),
[1967 Feb 7]

Box 11: folder 16
Tripartite talks. London, England. --NATO, against unilateral determinations and actions
1967 Mar 4

Box 11: folder 16
Atlantic Institute. London, England. -- reevaluation of the Atlantic alliance, assertion of its continuing validity
1967 Apr 11

Box 11: folder 16
Center for Strategic Studies. Washington, DC. (no text)
[1967 Apr 21]

Box 11: folder 17
E.R. Squibb Plant, opening ceremony. Sydney, Australia. -- comments on Australia, Squibb, explanation of American stance in world issues, against isolationism
1967 May 8

Box 11: folder 17
Business Council. Hot Springs, [VA]. --SOW: role US is to play in world, reaction of other countries to US, Germany
1967 May 12

Box 11: folder 17
Atlantic Institute, dinner given by Baron Oppenheimer. Cologne, Germany. (handwritten notes) --SOW
1967 Jun 19

Box 11: folder 17
"New challenges to our statesmanship." Convention of the State Bar of California, Alexander F. Morrison Lecture. Monterey, CA. (includes handwritten introductory remarks) --NATO, Atlantic alliance reappraised, history of alliance
1967 Sep 28

Box 11: folder 18
Council on Foreign Relations, [dinner in honor of JJM]. New York, NY. --SOW: Atlantic alliance, reason behind NATO, Soviet Union's position in world
1967 Nov 6

Box 11: folder 19
Society for the Family of Man, award dinner honoring Jean Monnet, with JJM as toastmaster. New York, NY. --comments on the Society for the Family of Man and Jean Monnet
[1967 Nov 29]

Box 11: folder 19
"The main alliance." Calvin Bullock Forum. New York, NY. -- SOW, erosion of the Atlantic alliance, buildup of Soviet nuclear capacity, Middle East, NATO
1968 Jan 11

Box 11: folder 20
Baltimore Business Leaders' Seminar, Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, MD. (same as no. 1, no new text)
[1968 Jan 26]

Box 11: folder 20
"Challenge in Europe," discussion paper for European round-table conference, Adlai Stevenson Institute of Chicago, 1/68. Interplay, 1968 Feb, pp. 33-38. --SOW, erosion of the Atlantic alliance, buildup of Soviet nuclear capacity, Middle East, NATO
1968 Feb

Box 11: folder 20
Federal Reserve Bank. New York, NY. (same as no. 1, no new text)
[1968 Feb 1]

Box 11: folder 20
Committee on Foreign Affairs, US House of Representatives. Washington, DC. (JJM statement on behalf of US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, including questions and answers; US Government Printing Office publication, pp. 213-215, 224-244)
1968 Feb 20

Box 11: folder 21
Chase Manhattan Bank, Midtown Advisory Committee. New York, NY. (no text)
[1968 Mar 5]

Box 11: folder 22
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Centennial Leadership Congress. New York, NY. --comments on Metropolitan Life, JJM's experiences on Board of Directors --SOW: Atlantic alliance, the economy
1968 Mar 26

Box 11: folder 22
Deerfield Academy Alumni. New York, NY. --comments on headmaster Frank Boyden --INS
1968 Apr 29

Box 11: folder 22
Notes for talk before the Council on Foreign Relations, dinner in JJM's honor. New York, NY. --JJM's trip to the Middle East
1968 Jun 24

Box 11: folder 23
[Transcript from the Thirteenth Hammarskjold Forum, "The Middle East: Prospects for peace." New York Bar Association. New York, NY.] (includes summary) --resolving problems in the Middle East
[1968 Dec 4]

Box 11: folder 23
Benjamin Fairless Lectures, presented at the Carnegie-Mellon University and later published as The Atlantic Alliance: Its Origin and Its Future (Carnegie Press, 1969)
1968 Nov 7

Box 11: folder 24
Lecture 1
1968 Nov 7

Box 11: folder 25
Lecture 2
1968 Nov 14

Box 11: folder 25
Lecture 3
1968 Nov 21

Box 11: folder 26
Stamford Forum for World Affairs. Stamford, CT. --SOW: present state of US-USSR relations, the Atlantic alliance, Germany, Britain, France
1969 Jan 12

Box 11: folder 27
"As I see it." Forbes Magazine, vol. 103, no. 2, pp. 46-51. -- German economic success
1969 Jan 15

Box 11: folder 27
Spyros P. Skouras 75th Jubilee Dinner. New York, NY. -- comments on Spyros P. Skouras
1969 Jan 28

Box 11: folder 28
"The European scene with particular reference to Germany." Foreign Policy Association. New York, NY
1969 Feb 5

Box 11: folder 29
Robert Park Testimonial Dinner. Taunton, MA. --comments on Robert Park, old Amherst classmate
1969 Feb 9

Box 11: folder 29
Council on Foreign Relations, introduction of Clark Clifford. New York, NY. --comments on Clark Clifford
1969 Mar 13

Box 11: folder 29
University Club, Saturday Luncheon Committee. New York, NY. Includes corresponence and drafts. --REM: Churchill story -- SOW: Southeast Asia, ABMs, security and disarmament
1969 Mar 22

Box 11: folder 30
E.R. Squibb, banquet for overseas staff. New York, NY. --similar to no. 7
1969 Apr 1

Box 11: folder 31
"Twenty years of the German republic." Taped interview. New York, NY. (no text)
[1969 Apr 17]

Box 11: folder 31
International Oil Companies' Dinner, remarks on the retirement of Michael Haider and Albert Nickerson. New York, NY. --farewell
1969 Jun 3

Box 11: folder 31
Symposium on International Monetary Problems, sponsored by Model, Roland & Co. (includes printed remarks of featured speakers) --introduction to Volcker, Emminger, Holtrop, Dillon, Gilber
1969 Sep 25

Box 11: folder 31
Finance Committee, US Senate. Washington, DC. (JJM statement; includes outline) --tax reform bill
[1969 Oct 6]

Box 11: folder 32
Twenty-Nine Club. New York, NY
[1969 Dec 16]

Box 11: folder 32
American-German Conference. Bad Godesberg, Germany. (handwritten notes) --Germany
[1970 Jan 1-Jan 25]

Box 11: folder 33
"The balance of power--Is it shifting?" Council on Foreign Relations. New York, NY. (transcript of remarks) --SOW: appraisal of situation in Western Europe and Atlantic world, arms race
1970 Apr 15

Box 11: folder 33
CBS Morning News, taped interview with John Hart and Bernard Kalb. New York, NY. (transcript) --SOW: Middle East, JJM's trip to Nasser's funeral
1970 Oct 7

Box 11: folder 33
Written statement to the Monthly Review, "Europa Union," through Baron Friedrich Carl von Oppenheim. Cologne, Germany. --SOW: deterioration of Atlantic alliance
1970 Oct 8

Box 11: folder 33
Europa-Union, 1970 Dec, p. 19. Bonn, Germany. [(German version of no. 4)] (*) --European fears of US political and economic deterioration
1970 Dec

Box 11: folder 33
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, oral history interview with Robert Cubbedge. New York, NY. (H. Hoover Presidential Library Assoc., Inc., 1971) --about Hoover
1970 Dec 2

Box 11: folder 34
Brick Presbyterian Church. New York, NY. (includes notes) -- SOW: symptoms of malaise, shift in balance of power to Soviet Union, deterioration of Atlantic alliance
1971 Jan 31

Box 11: folder 35
Chemische Fabrik von Heyden plant for Squibb-Beechnut, dedication ceremonies. Regensburg, Germany. --Europe will not become subsidiary of USA economically, intentions of Squibb in new plant
[1971 Apr 5]

Box 11: folder 35
"The United States strategic imperative." Philadelphia Council on Foreign Relations. Philadelphia, PA. (includes notes) --similar to no. 6; implications for policy, need for bipartisan foreign policy
1971 Apr 12

Box 11: folder 36
Council on Foreign Relations, dinner in honor of JJM on occasion of his retirement as Chairman. New York, NY. --REM: about Council, need for bipartisan foreign policy
1971 Apr 28

Box 11: folder 37
American Council on Germany and German Consul General, Day of German Unity, in honor of Dr. Willy Brandt. New York, NY. -- comments on Brandt, reinvigoration of Atlantic alliance needed
1971 Jun 17

Box 11: folder 37
International House of Philadelphia, dedication of Hopkinson Hall. Philadelphia, PA. --international houses
1971 Oct 13

Box 11: folder 37
Washington Institute of Foreign Affairs. Washington, DC. --SOW: impairment of our prestige, change in nuclear potentials of the US and USSR, Ostpolitik, Atlantic alliance
[1971 Oct 20]

Box 11: folder 38
Reception honoring Dr. Willy Brandt on occasion of his acceptance of the Nobel Peace Prize. New York, NY. --remarks about Brandt, Atlantic alliance
1971 Dec 10

Box 11: folder 38
Subcommittee on NATO Commitments, US House of Representatives. Washington, DC. (includes copy of original statement and related correspondence) (Congressional Record, vol. 118, no. 40, 1972 Mar 16, pp. H2202-H2206 (*)) --what role should US play in Europe in light of Soviet pressure?
1972 Feb 28

Box 11: folder 39
Communications Institute of the Academy for Education Development, oral history interview conducted by John Luter for Edw. W. Barrett. New York, NY. (transcript) --the process of negotiation
1972 Apr 26

Box 11: folder 39
Temporary Commission on the State Court System, public hearing. New York, NY. (JJM statement for the Committee for Modern Courts) --in favor of reorganization and reform of NY state court system
1972 May 25

Box 11: folder 39
Thames Television, taped interview by Peter Batty. Ne York, NY. (no text
[1972 Jun 8]

Box 11: folder 39
Ford Foundation Oral History Project, interviews by Charles T. Morrissey. New York, NY. --on Ford Foundation and individuals connected with it
1972 Jun 26

Box 11: folder 40
Dinner in honor of General of the Army Omar N. Bradley. Washington, DC. --comments on Bradley
1972 Jun 14

Box 11: folder 40
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, proposed Institute for National Alternatives, plenary sessions. Aspen, CO.--SOW: state of Atlantic alliance, importance of bipartisan foreign policy
[1972 Aug 8]

Box 11: folder 41
International Law Association Conference, opening plenary session. New York, NY. --comments about being a lawyer
1972 Aug 21

Box 11: folder 41
International Law Association Conference, Security Committee. New York, NY. --urge committee to consider settling international disputes in peaceful manner, against disarmament
1972 Aug 22

Box 11: folder 42
International Law Association Conference, reception. New York, NY. --series of introductions
[1972 Aug 25]

Box 11: folder 42
Council on Foreign Relations, 50th Anniversary Dinner. New York, NY. --principles of the Council in its early years
1972 Sep 28

Box 11: folder 42
European-American Relations Conference. Columbia, MD. -- SOW: Atlantic alliance, economic problems
[1972 Dec 8]

Box 11: folder 42
Oral History Research Office, Columbia University. New York, NY. (taped interviews about the Eisenhower Administration, conducted 12/70-4/73) COPYRIGHTED
1973

Box 11: folder 43
New York Citizens Conference on the Courts. New York, NY. --importance of the judicial system for civilization and public opinion, necessity for reform
1973 Mar 15

Box 11: folder 44
The Amherst Student, interviews by Robert Steinbrook ('74). Amherst, MA. --about Amherst, SOW
1973 May 3,1973 May 10

Box 11: folder 44
"The vicissitudes of the private international investor." Southwestern Legal Foundation symposium. Dallas, TX. (printed in Private investors abroad--Problems and solutions in international business in 1973. Proceedingsof the Southwestern Legal Foundation, 1973, pp. 41-56.) --unstable international monetary situation, are there villains? projects for private international investment
[1973 Jun 13]

Box 11: folder 44
Joint Committee on Court Reorganization. Binghamton, NY. (JJM statement on behalf of Committee for Modern Courts) --in favor of court reform
1973 Aug 6

Box 11: folder 44
New York Chamber of Commerce and Industry. (JJM spoke on behalf of the Committee for Modern Courts; similar to no. 5, no text, intro to JJM only)
1973 Oct 18

Box 11: folder 45
Committee for Modern Courts, fundraising luncheon at Chamber of Commerce. New York, NY. (includes annotated copy of no. 5 and "Supplemental statement before the Joint Judiciary Committee) --about breakdown in confidence in our institutions
1973 Dec 4

Box 11: folder 45
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, luncheon in honor of Morris Hadley. New York, NY. --tales of Hadley
1973 Dec 31

Box 11: folder 45
German Marshall Fund of the United States dinner. New York, NY. (includes transcription of talk as well as related correspondence) --REM: Kissinger, Adenauer
[1974 Jan 11]

Box 11: folder 46
Subcommittee on Multinational Corporations, Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate. Washington, DC. (JJM testimony before the "Church Committee") (US Government Printing Office publication, 1974, pp. 59-73 (*)) --on origin, background, and negotiations leading to the Libyan Producers' Agreement, operations of London Policy Group, NY Advisory Committee
1974 Jan 24

Box 11: folder 46
"Memorandum for appearance before Church Committee."
1974 Jan 24

Box 11: folder 46
Continuation of no. 2 (US Government Printing Office publication, 1974, pp. 247-287 (*))
1974 Feb 6

Box 11: folder 46
Draft of testimony for no. 3
undated

Box 11: folder 46
Commission on the Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Policy. Washington, DC. (JJM testimony) (transcript of hearings, beginning with JJM testimony; includes Commission report of 6/75 (*)) --recounting of JJM time in government
[1974 Mar 14]

Box 11: folder 47
American Council on Germany, Inc., dinner in honor of Foreign Minister Scheel of the Federal Republic of Germany. New York, NY. --present state of trans-Atlantic relations in light of energy crisis, that they should improve
1974 Apr 10

Box 11: folder 47
Yale College, dinner with American history students. New Haven, CT. --short autobiography
1974 Apr 17

Box 11: folder 47
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, summer lawyers group. New York, NY. --what will be the effect of the disappearance of the capital market in New York City, predicts reformation of law, ethics, and economics, advice to new lawyers
1974 Jul 29

Box 11: folder 47
Subcommittee on National Security Policy and Scientific Developments, Committee on Foreign Affairs, US House of Representatives. Washington, DC. (includes US Government Printing Office publication, 1974, pp. 1-18 (*)) --origin of Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, appraisal of Agency, state of arms negotiations
1974 Sep 24

Box 11: folder 48
Chemische Fabrik von Heyden, 100th anniversary celebration. Regensburg, Germany. (in English with German introduction) -- SOW: interdependence, some of the mantle of leadership is falling upon Germany
1974 Oct 21

Box 11: folder 48
The Century Association Yearbook 1975, memorial to Lewis W. Douglas, pp. 217-222 (*). --remarks about Douglas
1974 Oct 31

Box 11: folder 49
Eighth German-American Conference. Bonn, Germany. (JJM remarks at opening and closing sessions; includes printed proceedings (*)) --REM: story about appointment of Clay --SOW: interdependence
1974 Nov 17, 1974 Nov 19

Box 11: folder 49
Neighborhood group. Allen Stevenson School, New York, NY. -- off-track betting facilities proposed for neighborhood
[1974 Dec 17]

Box 11: folder 49
Citizen Leadership Conference on the Courts. Tarrytown, NY. -- court reform and administration of justice in state
1975 Jan 30

Box 11: folder 50
Joint Committee on Court Reorganization. New York, NY. (JJM statement on behalf of the Committee for Modern Courts) --need for reform
1975 Mar 6

Box 11: folder 50
Announcement of the John J. McCloy Fund for German-American Exchanges. The White House, Washington, DC. (exchange of remarks among President Ford, President Scheel, and JJM; press release)
1975 Jun 16

Box 11: folder 50
Notes for CBS Special on John J. McCloy
1975 Mar 16-22

Box 11: folder 50
"Conversations with Eric Sevareid," CBS broadcast interviews. (transcripts) --REM: wartime, Cuban missile crisis, etc. COPYRIGHTED
1975 Jul 13

Box 11: folder 51
"Conversations with Eric Sevareid," CBS broadcast interviews. (transcripts) --REM: wartime, Cuban missile crisis, etc. COPYRIGHTED
1975 Jul 20

Box 11: folder 51
Konrad Adenauer 100th anniversary memorial. (includes printed version in German, 1976) --REM: Adenauer
1975 Oct

Box 11: folder 52
Dedication ceremony of One United Nations Plaza. New York, NY. --general congratulations
1975 Nov 20

Box 11: folder 52
Legal Aid Society Centennial
1976 Mar 8

Box 11: folder 53
"Corporations: The problems of political contributions and other payments at home and overseas." New York Bar Association, with Chairman Hills of the SEC. (includes related correspondence). also The Record of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1976 May/June, pp. 306-314. (*)
1976 Mar 15

Box 11: folder 53
Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate. Washington, DC. (JJM statement; transcript of proceedings; related correspondence; US Government Printing Office publication, 1976 (*)) --political contributions made by Gulf, Senate bill S.3133 - Amendments to the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934
1976 Apr 5

Box 11: folder 54
Squibb dinner. Princeton, NJ. --based on no. 2
1976 Apr 6

Box 11: folder 54
American Council on Germany, luncheon in honor of Dr. Kurt Biedenkopf. New York, NY. --comments on Biedenkopf
1976 Apr 14

Box 11: folder 54
Remarks at dinner at the time of the dedication of the Marshall Corridor in the Pentagon. [Washington, DC.] --REM: Marshall
1976 Apr 20

Box 11: folder 54
Opening ceremony of United Nations Plaza Hotel. New York, NY. --short dedication
1976 Jun 8

Box 11: folder 55
"The responsibility of board members." Conference Board Meeting on Preventing Illegal Corporate Payments. New York, NY. (Includes draft of speech with handwritten notes, transcript of given speech, and the speech's official publication).
1976 Jun 10

Box 11: folder 55
Nisei Veterans Reunion, "Go for Broke" banquet. Washington, DC. --Japanese relocation program, 442nd unit, Japanese- American relations
1976 Jul 28

Box 12: folder 1
"The hazards of New York practice." Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, Summer Lawyers Dinner. New York, NY. --REM: Leon Errol story, stories of the firms of Cadwalader, Cravath
1976 Aug 4

Box 12: folder 1
National Institute of Social Sciences, Gold Medal Awards dinner. --SOW
1976 Dec 9

Box 12: folder 1
Business Hall of Fame Award, acceptance ceremony. Washington, DC. --pep talk to Americans also Fortune, 1977 Jan (profiles of JJM and others
1977 Feb 4

Box 12: folder 2
Unidentified galley proof --REM
[1977]

Box 12: folder 2
Council on Foreign Relations, celebration of JJM's 82nd birthday. [New York, NY.] --pep talk to country and Council
1977 Mar 28

Box 12: folder 2
"When somebody pays off, somebody else gets paid," part of article "American grease and foreign palms." Business and Society Review, no. 21, 1977 Spring. (*) (includes handwritten notes on back cover)
1977 spring

Box 12: folder 2
"Some reflections on the lawyer as a public servant." Washington University School of Law, Tyrell Williams Lecture. St. Louis, MO. --REM: short autobiography, stories of wartime --SOW: pep talk also Washington University Law Quarterly, vol. 1977, no. 2, 1977 Spring; Washington University Magazine, vol. 47, no. 4, 1977 Summer
1977 Apr 6

Box 12: folder 3
Century Association, 90th birthday luncheon for Frank Altschul. New York, NY. --comments on Altschul
1977 Apr 21

Box 12: folder 4
Legal Aid Society film. New York, NY. (transcript of quotations used) --about Legal Aid Society
[1977 August]

Box 12: folder 4
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, Summer Lawyers Dinner. New York, NY. --REM: Black Tom case, etc.
1977 Aug 4

Box 12: folder 4
Amherst College, Harlan Fiske Stone Law Society. Amherst, MA. --REM: autobiography - Amherst, what happened in JJM's lifetime, becoming a lawyer, etc. --SOW: the great issues at present
1977 Oct [6]

Amherst College, remarks to the Trustees
[1977 Oct 8]

Business Council, Panel on Corporate Governance. Hot Springs, VA. --self governance of corporations
1977 Oct 15

Aspen Award dinner. New York, NY. --Monnet, Willi Brandt, short autobiography, identification of present imperatives for policy
1977 Nov 15

Memorial service for Goldthwaite Dorr at St. Paul's Chapel, Columbia University. New York, NY. --comments on Dorr
1977 Dec 19

Subcommittee on Oversight, US House of Representatives. Washington, DC. (JJM statement; includes US Government Printing Office publication, 1978, pp. 124-136 (*)) --JJM agrees to act as chairman of public oversight board (for accountants)
1978 Jan 30

Legal Aid Society, Servant of Justice Award, acceptance dinner. New York, NY. --need for legal reform
1978 Apr 13

Congressional Record, vol. 124, no. 53, 1978 Apr 17, pp. S5664- S5665. (JJM statement on the Panama Canal Treaty (*)) --JJM thoughts on treaty
1978 Apr 17

Washington University, commencement address. St. Louis, MO. -- SOW: history of disillusion with US, imperatives for policy
1978 May 19

"The Federal Republic of Germany: An American View." Die Welt article (to be published in connection with the Bonn summit)
[1978 Jul 15]

Chase Manhattan Bank oral history interview. (transcript)
1978 Jul 19

Box 12: folder 9
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, Summer Lawyers Dinner. New York, NY. (handwritten notes) --changes in practice of law during JJM's lifetime
1978 Jul 26

Box 12: folder 10
Administrative Law Section and Commission on Law and the Economy, joint meeting. New York, NY. --competitiveness of US in world markets, why is it less? too much government regulation?
1978 Aug 9

Box 12: folder 10
Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure, Judiciary Committee, US Senate. Washington, DC. (JJM statement) --Federal regulations: roads to reform
1978 Sep 13

Box 12: folder 10
Statement made before the Select Committee on Assassinations of the US House of Representatives – transcript of proceedings, personal notes, and extensive related correspondence. --review of questions about the Warren Commission
1978 [Sep 25]

Box 12: folder 10
Stamford Forum for World Affairs, first Altschul Award, acceptance dinner. Stamford, CT. --comments on Frank and Helen Altschul
1978 Nov 16

Box 12: folder 11
"Recollections of an older member." University Club. New York, NY. --REM: reminiscences of the club, especially Churchill's "speech" at the club and JJM's wartime London visit
1978 Dec 6

Box 12: folder 11
New York State Bar Association, Corporation and Business Law Section. New York, NY. --expansion of federal regulatory agencies, the problems it causes
1979 Jan 25

Box 12: folder 12
American Bar Association, House Delegation Meeting. Atlanta, GA. --federal regulatory system recommendations
1979 Feb 12

Box 12: folder 12
X Biennial American-German Conference. Hamburg, Germany. Includes drafts and correspondence. --SOW: healthy and constructive relationship with Germany needed, oil, Iran, problems of lessening of US influence
1979 Mar 15

Box 12: folder 13
Ford Foundation, retirement dinner for McGeorge Bundy. New York, NY. (includes printed proceedings) --comments on Bundy and family
1979 Mar 29

Box 12: folder 14
Roy C. Haberkern, Jr. retirement dinner. [New York, NY.?] -- comments on Haberkern
1979 May 22

Box 12: folder 15
Columbia University, William J. Donovan Memorial dedication ceremony. New York, NY. --comments on Donovan
1979 May 24

Box 12: folder 15
American Council on Germany, dinner in honor of Chancellor Helmut Schmidt. New York, NY. --history of Federal Republic, Adenauer
1979 Jun 8

Box 12: folder 15
Foreign Relations Committee, US Senate. Washington, DC. (JJM statement on SALT II treaty) --views on treaty-making process, our security and defense interests
1979 Aug 2

Box 12: folder 16
Foreign Relations Committee, US Senate. Washington, DC. (transcript of JJM testimony, including Q&A session, with formal statement (no. 8))
1979 Aug 2

Box 12: folder 17
"Federal regulation: Roads to reform." National Conference [of the American Bar Association Commission on Law and the Economy?]. Washington, DC
1979 Sep 27

Box 12: folder 17
Judiciary Committee, US Senate. Washington, DC. (JJM statement on S.1246; transcript of proceedings) --views on Energy Anti-Monopoly Act of 1979
1979 Oct 16

Box 12: folder 18
Summary of hearing on S.1246 (10/16/79) by K. Murphy, source unknown
1979 Oct 17

Box 12: folder 1
Century Association Yearbook memorial to Morris Hadley. -- biography, comments on Hadley
1979 Nov

Box 12: folder 1
Phoenix House, award dinner (includes related correspondence). -- remarks on Phoenix House, drug abuse assistance
1980 Apr 9

Box 12: folder 1
Squibb Corporation, presentation of 25-year certificate to Richard Furlaud, Chairman of the Board. --comments on Furlaud
1980 Sep 15

Box 12: folder 1
Introduction of Federal German Chancellor, His Excellency Helmut Schmidt. ([incomplete?]) --introduction, German- American relations
1980 Nov 19

Box 12: folder 1
French Legion of Honor, American Society of the. Includes drafts and correspondence. --remarks on accepting the award medal - REM
1980 Dec 15

Box 12: folder 20
"Thoughts on transition." Council on Foreign Relations. --SOW: transfer of presidential authority between administrations, JJM's involvement in transition committee, comparison to British
1981 Feb 18

Box 12: folder 21-22
"Thoughts on transition." Ferguson Library, centennial celebration. Stamford, CT. --similar to no. 4
1981 Mar 9

Box 12: folder 23
International House, remarks as Marshall Visitor. --REM: Marshall, Patton, Bradley, Eisenhower --SOW: transition committee
1981 Apr 16

Box 12: folder 23
American Society of International Law, 75th anniversary. --SOW: changes in today's world
1981 Apr 22

Box 12: folder 23
Second Altschul Award, made to David Rockefeller. --comments on Rockefeller and Altschuls
1981 May 6

Box 12: folder 23
Robert A. Lovett Reading Room, dedication. Includes drafts and correspondence. --REM: Stimson, Marshall, Patton, Lovett, Hap Arnold
1981 May 7

Box 12: folder 24
Greenwich Country Day School, commencement address. [Greenwich, CT.] --REM: Marshall, Stalin, de Gaulle, etc.
1981 Jun 8

Box 12: folder 25
Council on Foreign Relations. Washington, DC. --introduction to Harold Brown
1981 Sep 17

Box 12: folder 26
Council on Foreign Relations, memorial for Frank Altschul. -- comments on Altschul
1981 Oct 15

Box 12: folder 26
Jean Monnet Award, acceptance remarks. Lausanne, Switzerland. --comments on Monnet
1981 Oct 24

Box 12: folder 27
Jean Monnet Award, acceptance remarks. Includes notes, drafts, and final drafts. Lausanne, Switzerland --comments on Monnet
1981 Oct 24

Box 12: folder 28-31
Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Achievement Award. (JJM not present; son accepted award for him) --short thanks
1982 Mar 16

Box 12: folder 32
Leo Model Memorial. --comments on Model
1982 Mar 18

Box 12: folder 32
Downtown Association, luncheon. (2 copies) --SOW
1982 Oct 5

Box 12: folder 32
Pilgrims Dinner, in honor of Sir Oliver Wright. --REM
1982 Oct 28

Box 12: folder 32
American Council on Germany, welcoming address for Chancellor Kohl. Includes notes and correspondence. --the alliance
1982 Nov 16

Box 12: folder 33
Marshall Foundation, closing remarks. --REM: Marshall
1982 Nov 17

Box 12: folder 34
[American Council on Germany?], response to Professor Leussink's remarks. --recovery of Germany
1982 Dec 6

Box 12: folder 34
[Aspen Institute.] --comments about Robert Anderson
1983 Jan 19

Box 12: folder 34
Introduction of Helmut Schmidt. --comments about Schmidt
1983 Apr 12

Box 12: folder 34
"From Military Government to Self Government": conference address and draft of chapter for Robert Wolf's (editor) book American Proconsuls United States Military Government in Germany and Japan 1944-52 --SOW --Germany --Japan
1983 Mar-Apr

Box 12: folder 35
AICPA meeting. Phoenix, AZ. --report on behalf of public oversight board
1983 May 9

Box 12: folder 36
100th Anniversary of the First German settlement in the U.S.: "Statement Introducing Under Secretary of State, Lawrence Eagleberger, and President Karl Carsters at reception following the concert at Carnegie Hall" --SOW
1983 Oct 13

Box 12: folder 37
International Center for the Disabled Dinner: remarks by JJM -- REM --remarks accepting the award
1983 Oct 17

Box 12: folder 38
Henry Heald Award Speech. Includes draft and correspondence. -- remarks about Henry Heald and the Ford Foundation
1983 Oct 28

Box 12: folder 39
Holland Lecture at the Institute of International Education. Notes by M. O'Malley only. --REM --SOW
1984 Apr 5

Box 12: folder 40
White House, JJM 90th Birthday --REM
1985 Apr 2

Box 12: folder 41
"Council talk re: Cuba." Incomplete hand written draft. --REM -- Cuban Missile Crisis
undated

Box 12: folder 42
Sub-series B: Printed Material



"The extra-curricular lawyer" (lecture) and "The role of the lawyer in a changing world" (colloquy between Arnold J. Toynbee and JJM, moderated by Francis P. Gaines). Washington and Lee University. Lexington, VA. also Washington and Lee Review, vol. 15, no. 2, 1958 Fall, pp. 171-197. (*)
1958 Apr 18

Box 12: folder 43
Texas Quarterly, vol. 9, no. 3, 1966 Autumn, pp. 160-175. (*)
1966 Apr 26

Box 12: folder 44
"Inflation and economic policy." Model, Roland & Co., economic conference with JJM as chairman. New York, NY. (introduction, printed proceedings (*))
1966 Sep 22

Box 12: folder 45
The Atlantic Alliance: Its Origin and Its Future (Carnegie Press, 1969). (*) Based on Benjamin Fairless Lectures, Carnegie Mellon University, 11/7/68-11/21/68.
1969

Box 12: folder 46
Subcommittee on NATO Commitments, U.S. House of Representatives. Washington, DC. (Congressional Record, vol. 118, no. 40, 1972 Mar 16, pp. H2202-H2206 (*))
1972 Feb 28

Box 12: folder 47
Address before the European-American Assembly on Outer Space. Hotel Metropole, Brighton, England. (includes original speech with handwritten notes.)
1962 May 13

Box 12: folder 48
Subcommittee on Multinational Corporations, Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate. Washington, DC. (JJM testimony before the "Church Committee") (U.S. Government Printing Office publication, 1974, pp. 59-73 (*))
1974 Jan 24

Box 13: folder 1
Continuation of no. 2 (U.S. Government Printing Office publication, 1974, pp. 247-287
1974 Feb 6

Box 13: folder 2-3
Commission on the Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Policy. Washington, DC. (JJM testimony) (transcript of hearings, beginning with JJM testimony; includes Commission report of 6/75 (*))
[1974 Mar 14]

Box 13: folder 3
Subcommittee on National Security Policy and Scientific Developments, Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives. Washington, DC. (includes U.S. Government Printing Office publication, 1974, pp. 1-18 (*))
1974 Sep 24

Box 13: folder 4
The Century Association Yearbook 1975, memorial to Lewis W. Douglas, pp. 217-222 (*)
1974 Oct 31

Box 13: folder 5
Eighth German-American Conference. Bonn, Germany. (JJM remarks at opening and closing sessions; includes printed proceedings (*)
1974 Nov 17, 1974 Nov 19

Box 13: folder 6
Report of the Special Review Committee of the Board of Directors of Gulf Oil Corporation, JJM chairman. (*)
1975 Dec 30

Box 13: folder 7
"Corporations: The problems of political contributions and other payments at home and overseas." New York Bar Association, with Chairman Hills of the SEC. also The Record of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, 1976 May/June, pp. 306-314. (*)
1976 Mar 15

Box 13: folder 8
Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate. Washington, DC. (JJM statement; includes U.S. Government Printing Office publication, 1976 (*))
1976 Apr 5

Box 13: folder 9
"When somebody pays off, somebody else gets paid," part of article "American grease and foreign palms." Business and Society Review, no. 21, 1977 Spring. (*) (includes handwritten notes on back cover)
1977 Spring

Box 13: folder 10
Subcommittee on Oversight, U.S. House of Representatives. Washington, DC. (JJM statement; includes U.S. Government Printing Office publication, 1978, pp. 124-136 (*))
1978 Jan 30

Box 13: folder 11
Congressional Record, vol. 124, no. 53, 1978 Apr 17, pp. S5664-S5665. (JJM statement on the Panama Canal Treaty (*))
1978 Apr 17

Box 13: folder 12
Sub-series C: Oversized Material and Unidentified Drafts



Oversized speeches and related material


Box 13: folder 13
Unidentified drafts and notes
1947-1967

Box 13: folder 14-15
U.S.S. Stimson naming - dictaphone tapes


Box 13: folder 16
Series 5: Awards
1943-1986
Boxes 13-14; Oversize boxes 17-26.

Scope and content:

Series 5: Awards, 1943-1986, includes certificates, photographs, correspondence, programs, and other material relating to various awards and honors received by JJM. The material is arranged alphabetically by the name of the award or the presenting organization.

Oversize box 17 contains a scroll which lists a large portion of JJM's awards and honorary degrees, military affiliations, and business affiliations.

Related material:

RELATED SERIES: Series 3: Scrapbooks, Series 4: Speeches, Series 6: Photographs

Scroll: listing degrees, honorary degrees, military affiliations, business affiliations, and awards
undated

Box Oversize 17
All Star Football Game Party. Guest of Honor, 1963 Aug 2 (correspondence and guest list)
1963 Feb-Aug

Box 13: folder 17
American Bar Association Fellow
1962 Mar

Box 13: folder 18
American Iron and Steel Institute. Benjamin F. Fairless Memorial Medal (correspondence)
1964 Feb-May

Box 13: folder 19
American Judicature Society. Certificate of Membership, 1958 Mar; Herbert Harley Award, 1975 Oct 30
1958 Mar, 1975 Oct 30

Box 13: folder 20
American Memorial Library, Memorial Charter of Appreciation from the Berlin National Library
1952 Jun 29

Map case 4, drawer 14
American Society of the French Legion on Honor Medal
1980 Dec 15

Box 13: folder 21
American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Board of Directors Testimonial
1967 Apr 19

Box Oversize 20: folder 8
Arkansas Traveler. State of Arkansas
1954 May 27

Box 13: folder 22
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies. Aspen Institute Humanist-Statesman Award (program and photographs)
1977 Nov 15

Box 13: folder 23
Athens, GA. Honorary Citizen
1959 Apr 1

Box 13: folder 24
Atlantik Brücke, New York. Copy of 1785 Treaty of Amity and Commerce between Prussia and the United States of America (with cover)
1985 Mar 31

Box Oversize 19
Bar Association of the City of New York Medal
1982

Box 13: folder 25
Battle of the Bulge Memorial Medal
undated

Box 13: folder 26
Berlin Alcove Dedication on JJM's 91st Birthday
1986 Mar

Box 13: folder 27
Berlin Senate Honorary Citizenship of State and City of Berlin (with cover, translation)
1985 Mar 15

Box Oversize 24
Berlin, University of. Rank of Honorary Citizen
1954 Jun 19

Box Oversize 26: folder 1
Bonn University Honorary Senator Declaration (with citation)
1952 Jul 16

Box Oversize 26: folder 2 Box Oversize 24
Boston College Honorary Degree (LL.D.)
1963 Jun 10

Box Oversize 25: folder 10
Bremen Senate Farewell Reception
1952 Jul 21

Box Oversize 18
Brown University Honorary Degree (LL.D.) (with statement)
1956 Jun 4

Box 13: folder 28
Brown University Honorary Degree (declined)
1950

Box 13: folder 29
Chase Manhattan Bank. Commendation on the occasion of JJM's retirement
1966 Dec 28

Box Oversize 22
Chase Manhattan Bank Testimonia
undated

Box 14: folder 1
General note

See oversize box 24 for additional material.

Columbia University Honorary Degree (LL.D.) (citation)
1953 Jun 2

Box 14: folder 2
Connecticut Bar Association. Distinguished Public Service Award
1977 Oct 11

Box Oversize 21
Council on Foreign Relations. Certificate of Resolution
1972 Oct 11

Box 14: folder 3
Dartmouth College Honorary Degree (LL.D.) (with citation)
1953 Jun 14

Box Oversize 25: folder 11
Distinguished Service Medal (correspondence)
1945 Sep-1946 May

Box 14: folder 4
Doshisha University. Honorary Degree (statement, no diploma)
1978 Apr 22

Box Oversize 18
Fairless Memorial Medal
1964 May 20

Box 14: folder 5
Family of Man Awards Dinner Guest of Honor: Jean Monnet
1967 Nov 29

Box 14: folder 6
Federal Advisory Council
1960 Dec 31

Box 14: folder 7
Ford Foundation
1965 Dec 10

Box 14: folder 8
Frankfurt, City of. Goethe Medal (award, correspondence, news article, and presentation speech)
1952 Jul 16-Aug 6

Box Oversize 19 Map case 4, drawer 14
Franklin & Marshall College Honorary Degree (LL.D.) (with related materials)
1952 Jun

Box 14: folder 9
French Legion of Honor Award, American Society of the
1980 Dec 15

Box 14: folder 10
French National Order of the Legion of Honor. Grand Officer, 1946 May 24 Award (correspondence)
1946 May-Aug

Box Oversize 26: folder 3
General Advisory Committee of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. Appointment as member and designation as Chairman by President John F. Kennedy.
1962 Mar 17,30

Box Oversize 25: folder 12
Grand Cross of Ouissam Alouite (Sultan of Morocco) 1943 Feb 19 (award, correspondence, and translation of award)
1943 Feb-Mar 1946 Oct

Box Oversize 25: folder 13 Box 14: folder 11
Grand Cross of the Order of Merit [Germany], 1957 Mar 1 (award, correspondence, clippings, and presentation speech)
1957 Jan-Mar

Box Oversize 19: folder 12 Box 14: folder 12
Grand Officer of the Order of Merit [Italy]
1955 Sep 20

Box Oversize 25: folder 14
Great Living American Award. United States Chamber of Commerce
1964 Apr 27

Box 14: folder 13
Harvard Law School New Buildings Dedication (correspondence)
1950

Box 14: folder 14
Harvard University Honorary Degree (LL.D.) (correspondence, programs, tickets)
1951 Jun 21

Box Oversize 22: folder 15 Box 14: folder 15
Harvard Law School Association of New York. Invitation to speak at Annual Dinner. (correspondence)
1952

Box 14: folder 16
Haverford College Honorary Degree (LL.D.)
1965 Jun 4

Box Oversize 26: folder 4
Holland Society of New York Gold Medal
1955 Nov 18

Box Oversize 25: folder 15
Israel, State of. Medallion of Valor Awarded at Commendation Dinner (invitation)
1960

Box 14: folder 17
Israel, State of. Honorary Co-Chairman of American Committee for Observing 10th Anniversary of Israel's Founding (declined, correspondence)
1957 Aug

Box 14: folder 18
Japanese American Citizens League Tribute
1952

Box 14: folder 19
Joint Defense Appeal's Annual Human Rights Award (correspondence)
1960

Box 14: folder 20
Legal Aid Society Servant of Justice Award (program)
1978 Apr 13

Box 14: folder 21
Lehigh University (Centennial Convocation memorial volume)
1963 Oct 24-26

Box 14: folder 22
Lehigh University Founder's Award for contribution to Centennial Convocation
1963

Box 14: folder 23
Lenox Hill Hospital
1962

Box 14: folder 24
Longfellow-Glocke (German), 1954 Sep 4 (correspondence and photographs)
1954 Aug-Sep

Box 14: folder 25
Louisville, University of. Award for Merit
1954 Apr 22

Box 14: folder 26
Maryland, University of. Honorary Degree (LL.D.) awarded at the University of Bonn (program, in German)
1951 May 29

Box 14: folder 27
Massachusetts, University of. Honorary Degree (with statement and citation)
1962 Oct 4

Box Oversize 25: folder 16
Men's Club of Congregation B'nai Jesherun. 7th Annual Brotherhood Day Award
1953 Feb 15

Box Oversize 22
Metropolitan Life Insurance Board of Directors Testimonial (boxed)
1967

Box Oversize 20: folder 28 Box 14: folder 28
Middlebury College Honorary Degree (LL.D.)
1962 Jun 11

Box 14: folder 29
Monnet, Jean, Award. Lausanne, Switzerland (correspondence, articles, notes, programs)
1979 Mar-1981 Jul

Box 14: folder 30
Monnet, Jean, Award. Lausanne, Switzerland (correspondence, articles, notes, programs)
1981 Aug-Dec

Box 14: folder 31
National Conference of Christians and Jews. Charles Evans Hughes Award (declined, correspondence)
1967 Jul

Box 14: folder 32
National Institute of Social Sciences. Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Service to Humanity
1976 Dec 9

Box Oversize 19
National Press Club. Certificate of Appreciation
1961 Aug 22

Box 14: folder 33
National Republican Congressional Committee. Certificate of Recognition
1983

Box 14: folder 34
New York State Bar Association Root/Stimson Award
1979 Jun 30

Box Oversize 21
New York University Honorary Degree (LL.D.) (with statement)
1953 Jun 10

Box 14: folder 35
Notre Dame, University of. Honorary Degree (LL.D.)
1964 Jun 7

Box Oversize 25: folder 17
Offenbacher Lederwaren-Fachmesse (in German)
1950 Jan 10

Box 14: folder 36
Peddie School Alumni Citation
1955 Jan 14

Box 14: folder 37
Penn, William, Award. Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (plaque with felt sleeve)
1954 Feb 16

Box Oversize 21
Pennsylvania Ambassador. Pennsylvania State Chamber of Commerce (award and correspondence)
1954 Jul-Aug

Box Oversize 19: folder 38 Box 14: folder 38
Pennsylvania, University of. Honorary Degree (LL.D.) (with citation)
1960 Jun 15

Box Oversize 26: folder 5
Pilgrims Dinner in Honour of JJM (program of speeches)
1963 Dec 9

Box 14: folder 39
Presidential Medal of Freedom (includes duplicate photo)
1963 Dec 16

Box Oversize 25: folder 18
Princeton University Honorary Degree (LL.D.)
1953 Jun 16

Box Oversize 25: folder 19
Research Institute of America. Living History Award, 1960 Apr 27 (correspondence, program, and newsclipping)
1960 Apr-Jun

Box 14: folder 40
Roosevelt, Theodore, Distinguished Medalist (dinner program and citation)
1961 Oct 27

Box 14: folder 41
Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Honorary Patronage of the City (boxed with seal)
1948

Box Oversize 23
Sabrina Society Medal, Amherst College
undated

Box 14: folder 42
Salk Institute for Biological Studies. Resolution thanking JJM for service as Chairman of the Board
1974 Jan 30

Box 14: folder 43
Society of the Cincinnati Triennial Meeting of the General (commemorative medal, not inscribed to JJM)
1923 May 10

Box 14: folder 44
Society of "Eintracht", Honorary Member
1953

Box Oversize 25: folder 20
Southwestern Legal Foundation. Great Leaders Award (correspondence; declined)
1966 Dec-1967 Jan

Box 14: folder 45
Squibb Management Association Plaque
1976 Apr

Box Oversize 20
Swarthmore College Honorary Degree (LL.D.) (with citation)
1964 Jun 8

Box Oversize 25: folder 21
Technische Universitat Berlin-Charlottenburg. Doctor of Engineering (with cover; presentation speech, in German)
1952 [Jul 11]

Box Oversize 24: folder 46 Box 14: folder 46
Trinity College, Hartford, Honorary Degree (LL.D.)
1953 Jun 7

Box Oversize 22
United Negro College Fund
1960

Box Oversize 26: folder 6
United States Military Academy Sylvanus Thayer Medal (award and photographs)
1963 Mar 25

Box Oversize 25: folder 22 Box 14: folder 47
Washington College Honorary Degree (LL.D.)
1952 Oct 10

Box Oversize 26: folder 7
Washington University Honorary Degree (LL.D.)
1978 May 19

Box 14: folder 48
Westdeutsche Rektorenkonferenz Testimonial [West German University Directors Conference] (with cover)
1952 Jul 16

Box Oversize 22
Williams College Honorary Degree (LL.D.)
1961

Box 14: folder 49
Wilmington College Honorary Degree (LL.D.)
1963 Sep 23

Box 14: folder 50
Yale University Honorary Degree (LL.D.)
1949 Jul 11

Box Oversize 19
Series 6: Photographs
1916-1986
Boxes 15-16; Oversize boxes 25, 27

Scope and content:

Series 6: Photographs, includes photographs of JJM, his activities, and his associates throughout the course of his public career. Material includes portraits of JJM and others, and official government photographs from the War Department and HICOG years. There are few family or personal photographs. Wherever possible, individuals, activities, and locations are identified. The number in parentheses following the description indicates the number of separate images in the folder, with any duplicates of specific images noted. A complete list of duplicate photographs is last.

The series is divided into seven sub-series. Unless otherwise noted, material within a sub-series is arranged alphabetically by event, place, or person.

The series includes photographs from the 1985, 1986, and 1990 accessions of McCloy Papers. Folders or individual items are annotated with JJM2 to indicate they are newer material.

Sub-series A: John J. McCloy Portraits - includes formal portraits of JJM. These are identified where possible according to JJM's office or position at the time, otherwise by photographer or type (e.g., passports). This sub-series also has a small number of sketches and cartoons depicting JJM. Arranged alphabetically by name or title.

Sub-series B: Portraits - Other People - includes portraits of others.

Sub-series C: Family/Personal - involves photographs of JJM involved in non-official activities (e.g., weddings) and of the family vacation spot in upstate New York. Includes a photograph of JJM's father as a young man.

Sub-series D: General - includes photographs of various events and individuals. Of particular interest are photographs of JJM in the Army during World War I and a "This Is Your Life" booklet put together from a slide show by JJM's Amherst College classmates.

Sub-series E: War Department - contains mostly US government (Army Signal Corps.) photographs of important WWII diplomatic or ceremonial events: the Cairo Conference, the Quebec Conference, etc. Included are images of many world and military leaders, such as Winston Churchill and General George Marshall.

Sub-series F: High Commissioner of Germany (HICOG) - involves mostly HICOG Public Information Office or other publicity photographs of official activities. Includes a few "souvenir" pictures sent to JJM by individuals. See Series 3, Scrapbooks, for a pictorial scrapbook of JJM's years as High Commissioner.

Sub-series G: Unidentified - includes images of unidentified individuals for whom no date or context could be determined.

Sub-series H and I contain photocopies or duplicates of photographs.

Related material:

RELATED SERIES: Series 3: Scrapbooks also contains a large number of photographs.

RELATED COLLECTIONS: Researchers interested in photographs of JJM are further directed to the Amherst College Archives' biographical files (Class of 1916) and the Archives' Photographic Images Collection.

Sub-series A: John J. McCloy Portraits



Print "The Intrepid Frontiersman of the Woods" (Bretton) "To D. B. from C. A. McClain, etc."
undated

Box 14: folder 51
JJM as Assistant Secretary of War
[circa 1941-45]

Box 14: folder 52
Bachrach portrait (front view)
[circa 1950s]

Box Oversize 27: folder 1
Bachrach portrait of JJM (3)
undated

Box 14: folder 53
Bachrach portrait of JJM (right front)
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 2
Bachrach portrait of JJM (full right front)
[circa 1950s]

Box Oversize 27: folder 3
Baroni, Delia H.: portrait of JJM at Amherst (1, with correspondence)
[circa 1977]

Box 14: folder 54
Chase Manhattan Bank portrait (2)
undated

Box 14: folder 55
Draper portrait (1, with correspondence)
[circa 1986 Jul 17]

Box 14: folder 56
JJM with glasses by hands (4)
undated

Box 14: folder 57
JJM with hat
undated

Box 14: folder 58
JJM [HICOG] photo from Hoescht penicillin plant (2)
1950 Aug 4

Box 14: folder 59
JJM passport photos (7 packets)
undated

Box 15: folder 1
JJM photograph of painted portrait (2)
undated

Box 15: folder 2
JJM portrait with various signatures Including John Dean '59
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 4
Kalett, Jim: portrait of JJM outside (3)
1983

Box 15: folder 3
Kalett, Jim: portrait of JJM reading
1983

Box 15: folder 4
Lavine, Arthur: portrait of JJM (2)
undated

Box 15: folder 5
Lavine, Arthur: portrait of JJM at desk (2)
undated

Box 15: folder 6
Sarra, Inc.: photograph
[circa 1970s]

Box Oversize 27: folder 5
JJM standing in front of Stimson portrait (2)
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 6
State Department I.D. Photograph (2, duplicates)
[circa 1971]

Box 15: folder 7
War Department (1941-45) (2)
undated

Box 15: folder 8
War Department portrait taken at Potsdam with the new color process by Army Signal Corps
1945 Jul

Box Oversize 27: folder 7
World Bank (1947-49) (1, duplicates)
undated

Box 15: folder 9
Sub-series B: Portraits - Others



Arnold, Lt. General H.H.: inscribed photograph
1942 Oct 24

Box Oversize 27: folder 8
Auriol, Vincent (President of France): portrait (1, with correspondence)
1947

Box 15: folder 10
Bard, Ralph A. (Assistant Secretary of the Navy): inscribed photograph
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 9
Bard, Ralph A. (Under Secretary of the Navy): inscribed photograph
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 9
Baruch, B. M.: inscribed photograph
undated

Box 15: folder 11
Bradley, Omar N.: inscribed photograph
1945 Jun

Box 15: folder 12
Bradley, Omar N.: inscribed photograph
undated

Box 15: folder 13
Collins, J. Lawton (Lt. General): inscribed photograph
undated

Box 15: folder 14
Devers, James: inscribed photograph
1945 Aug

Box 15: folder 15
Devers, James: inscribed photograph
1947 Nov

Box Oversize 27: folder 10
Dill, J. E. (Field Marshall - United Kingdom): photograph
1942 Oct

Box 15: folder 16
Eisenhower, Dwight: inscribed photograph
undated

Box 15: folder 17
Eisenhower, Dwight: inscribed photograph taken when he first arrived at the Pentagon
undated

Box 15: folder 18
Forrestal, James: inscribed photograph
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 11
King George III of Uganda: inscribed photograph
undated

Box 15: folder 19
de Gersdorff, Carl A.: inscribed photograph
1938 Feb 5

Box Oversize 27: folder 12
Harriman, Averill: inscribed photograph
undated

Box 15: folder 20
Hays, George P.: inscribed photograph
undated

Box 15: folder 21
Johnson, Lyndon B. (President): portrait
undated

Box Oversize 26: folder 11
King, Ernest J. (Fleet Admiral): inscribed photograph
1945 Sep

Box 15: folder 22
Lovett, Robert: inscribed photograph
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 13
Lovett, Robert: inscribed photograph
1964 Mar 2

Box Oversize 27: folder 13
Patton, George S. Jr. (Major General): inscribed photograph
undated

Box 15: folder 23
Patton, George S., Jr. (Major General): inscribed photograph of Patton on tank
undated

Box 15: folder 24
[Preston, Guy?]: portrait
undated

Box 15: folder 25
Rusk, Dean: inscribed photograph
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 14
Rusk, Dean: inscribed photograph
undated

Box 15: folder 26
Smith, C.R.: inscribed photograph
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 15
Smith, Walter B.: inscribed photograph
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 16
Spaatz, Carl (General): inscribed photograph
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 17
Taylor, Maxwell D.: inscribed photograph (Berlin)
1949

Box Oversize 27: folder 18
Warburg, Fred: inscribed photograph
undated

Box 15: folder 27
Zumwalt, Elmo R. (Admiral, Chief of Naval Operations): inscribed photograph
1970 Aug

Box Oversize 27: folder 19
Unidentified portrait
undated

Box 15: folder 28
Sub-series C: Family/Personal



Camp at St. Regis Lake, New York: mostly views of cabin and lake (21)
undated

Box 15: folder 29
JJM fishing in [Germany] with 2 unidentified men (1)
undated

Box 15: folder 30
JJM fishing in Germany with 9 unidentified men (1)
1961 Apr 30

Box 15: folder 31
JJM fishing trip to Marice Wertheim Camp, St. Anne des Monte (from 1947 World Bank Scrapbook) (3)
1947 Jun

Box 15: folder 32
JJM skiing [Germany] (1)
undated

Box 15: folder 33
John McCloy (JJM's father) with officers of Penn Mutual Insurance Co., with correspondence
1889

Box 15: folder 34
Wedding of Cecilia Parker (daughter of Chauncy Parker, Asst. High Commissioner of Germany (2)
undated

Box 15: folder 35
Sub-series D: General



Adenauer Visit
1957 May

Box 15: folder 36
Alcove dedication, U.S. Army Berlin's Clay Headquarters (14, with speech text, newspaper clippings)
1986 Mar 20

Box 15: folder 37
Amherst College Alumni Luncheon (1 with correspondence)
1946

Box 15: folder 38
General

Pictured: JJM, Warren Draeper (AC 1906), Claude Fuess (AC 1905), Stanley King (President AC 1903), 3 unidentified

Amherst College Class of 1916 "This is Your Life" slide show, 1962 (13 captioned photographs with signatures of class members transmittal letters)
1916-1962

Box 15: folder 39
General

Pictured: JJM, Lewis Douglas (JJM brother-in-law; AC 1916, former Ambassador to Great Britain), Sharmaine Douglas (JJM's niece), Robert L. Eichelberger (General), Dwight D Eisenhower (General), Gussy Moran (tennis player), Adlai Stevenson, [Shepard Stone (HICOG Div. of Public Affairs)], Valerian A. Zorin (Soviet Ambassador to United States)

AT&T Company Board of Directors' visit to Western Electric Company Allentown Works (4)
1966 Jun 15

Box 15: folder 40
AT&T Company Board Meeting (1)
1966 Jun 15

Box Oversize 27: folder 20
Block, Eugene and JJM at Mr. Knox's pre-Christmas luncheon (1, with correspondence)
1964 Dec 17

Box 15: folder 41
"Bored of Advisers" inscribed (1)
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 21
General

Depicted: JJM, Omar Bradley, Robert Lovett

Disarmament Committee oversize photograph (circa 1972), dedicated to McCloy and signed by Richard Nixon (in Map Case 9, drawer 4)
1972

Map case 9, drawer 4
Donhoff-Dyson, General (1)
[1971-84]

Box 15: folder 42
Eisenhower statue at U. S. Military Academy model sculpture and dedication ceremony. (18 with correspondence)
[circa 1963]

Box 15: folder 43
Eisenhower, Dwight D. and Johnson, Lyndon B. (1)
undated

Box 15: folder 44
Forecasting conference at Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (1)
1948 Jan 15

Box 15: folder 45
Freedom Bell ceremonies, Berlin (3)
1955 Oct 24

Box 15: folder 46
General

Pictured: James B. Conant (U.S. Ambassador to Federal Republic of Germany), Ellen Z. McCloy, 2 unidentified

Gruenther, Al and JJM: Shape, Paris (1)
undated

Box 15: folder 47
Harvard Business School's International Dinner (4, with correspondence)
1983

Box 15: folder 48
The Knickerbocker Club: Board of Directors' Dinner (1)
1986 Jul 15

Box Oversize 27: folder 22
General

Pictured: JJM, Robert E. Huyser(General)

JJM Life Magazine [interview?] (1)
1948 Oct 12

Box 15: folder 49
JJM trip to Middle East: Syria and Lebanon (7)
[1963?] Feb 8-9

Box 15: folder 50
General

Pictured: JJM, Rachid Karameh(Prime Minister), James S. Moose (American Ambassador to Syria), 11 unidentified

JJM trip to Middle East, Beirut (22)
1963 Mar 5-7

Box 15: folder 51
JJM [Middle East trip?] unidentified event/location (2)
[1963?]

Box 15: folder 52
General

Pictured: JJM, Mr. Howard, 2 unidentified

JJM [Middle East trip?] military (United States) review and [reception], unidentified location (4)
[1963?]

Box 15: folder 53
JJM [receipt of honorary degree from Princeton?]
undated

Box 15: folder 54
JJM [honorary degree from ?]
undated

Box 15: folder 55
JJM unidentified event (1)
[1940s?]

Box 15: folder 56
JJM unidentified event (1)
undated

Box 15: folder 57
JJM in WWI. Army group in [France] (1)
[circa 1917]

Box 15: folder 58
General

Pictured: JJM, Guy Preston (Colonel), 8 unidentified

JJM in WWI, tentmates at Plattsburg (NY) camp (1)
1915

Box 15: folder 59
JJM in WWI. Photo taken in Paris (1) with clipping and correspondence [1942] from former fellow soldier
[circa 1919]

Box 15: folder 60
Messenger's Party (2)
1947 Dec 20

Box 15: folder 61
Milan, unidentified meeting (1)
undated

Box 15: folder 62
[Mount Fiji, Japan?] landscape (1)
1948 Jun 5

Box 15: folder 63
Nixon, Richard M. (President) JJM meeting with (1)
1973 [May] 13

Box Oversize 27: folder 23
General

Pictured: JJM, Henry A. Kissinger, Richard M. Nixon (President)

"Pentagon - the House that Jack Built" (2, with correspondence)
1984 Oct 10

Box 15: folder 63
General

Pictured: JJM, [Charles A. Agemian], 3 unidentified

Presidential Medal of Freedom Award Ceremony. (2, with program and copy of certificate)
1963 Dec 6

Box 15: folder 64
General

Pictured: JJM, Lyndon B. Johnson, [George U. Ball]

President's Committee to Study the Military Assistance Program (Draper Committee) in Oval Office, Washington, D.C. (1)
1959 Mar 17

Box 15: folder 65
General

Pictured: JJM, Dwight D. Eisenhower, 12 unidentified

Queen Elizabeth (United Kingdom) viewing unidentified statue (1)
undated

Box 15: folder 66
Ronald Reagan meeting with JJM (1), inscribed


Box 15: folder 67
Stimson, Henry - 80th birthday party (9)
1947 Sep 21

Box 15: folder 68
General

Pictured: Dwight D. Eisenhower (General), George O. Marshall (Secretary of State), Kenneth C. Royall (Secretary of Army), Carl Spaatz (General), Henry L. Stimson, unidentified

B. R. Squibb & Sons Pty. Ltd.: Australia plant opening ceremony (14, with captions)
1967 May 8

Box 15: folder 69
General

Pictured: JJM, Edward Clark (U.S. Ambassador to Australia), 9 unidentified

Tate, [Cal] (Colonel, G.S.E.) and son
1942 Oct 28

Box 15: folder 70
University Club Dinner in honor of Field Marshall Viscount Alexander of Tunis, Governor-General of Canada
1947 Feb 10

Box 15: folder 71
University Club WWII Memorial Dinner
1946 Dec 18

Box Oversize 25: folder 23
General

Pictured: JJM, Lawton J. Collins (General), Carl Spaatz (General), Henry Stimson, Maxwell D. Taylor (General), unidentified

Warren Commission: inscribed photograph
undated

Box 15: folder 72
General

Pictured: JJM, Allan W. Dulles, Gerald R. Ford, Earl Warren, unidentified

World Bank - Second Annual Meeting in London, England (5)
1948 Sep

Box 15: folder 73
World Bank and Stock Exchange Officials (3)
1947 Jul 15

Box 15: folder 74
World Bank International Bank for Reconstruction and Development - cocktail party for Mr. Black (2)
undated

Box 15: folder 75
Sub-series E: War Department



Airborne Demonstration, Fort Bragg, NC (11)
1943 Mar 24

Box 15: folder 76
General

Pictured: John Dill (Field Marshall - United Kingdom), Anthony Eden, George C. Marshall (General), unidentified

Cairo Conference, Mena House Hotel, Cairo, Egypt (7, duplicates)
1943 Nov-Dec

Box 15: folder 77
General

Pictured: JJM, Kai-Shek Chiang (General), Mme. Chiang, Winston Churchill (Prime Minister - United Kingdom), John Dill (Field Marshall - United Kingdom), Anthony Eden, Dwight Eisenhower (General), Averill Harriman, George C. Marshall (General), Harold Macmillan, Franklin D. Roosevelt (President)

Dill, John (Field Marshall - United Kingdom) funeral Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA (3)
1944 Nov 8

Box 15: folder 78
Dill, John (Field Marshall - United Kingdom) with unidentified group of British officers (1)
undated

Box 15: folder 79
Germany, visit to site of 1938 Chamberlain-Hitler talks, Bad Godesberg (1)
1945 Apr 6

Box 15: folder 80
General

Pictured: JJM, Omar Bradley (General)

Japanese surrender papers. President Truman holding signed papers (1, newspaper clipping)
1945 Sept 7

Box 15: folder 81
JJM commissioning as Assistant Secretary of War, Munitions Building, Washington, DC
1941 Apr 22

Box 15: folder 82
JJM [field inspections] (3)
[1942 Aug]

Box 15: folder 83
JJM [field inspection] with tank
[1942 Aug]

Box 15: folder 84
Kassel, Germany inspection tour
1945 Mar

Box 15: folder 85
Lend-Lease Hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
1941 Jan 29

Box 15: folder 86
Patterson, Robert (Under Secretary of War) on field inspection:
undated

Box 15: folder 87
Potsdam Conference. Potsdam, Germany (3, duplicates)
1945 Jul 15

Box 15: folder 88
General

Pictured: JJM, Andrei Gromyko, Henry L. Stimson, other military personnel

Quebec Conference. Quebec, Canada (7)
1944 Sep

Box 15: folder 89
General

Pictured: Winston Churchill, Clementine Churchill, John Dill, William Lyon Mackenzie King, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, Princess Alice, George Marshall, other military personnel

Photos of Henry L. Stimson



Stimson, Henry L. (Secretary of War)
1944 Aug

Box 15: folder 90
Stimson inspection of English ports
1944 Jul 13

Box 15: folder 91
Stimson and Morgenthau, Henry Jr. (Secretary of Treasury)
1942 Apr

Box 15: folder 92
Stimson at Munitions Building
1941 Dec 13

Box 15: folder 93
Stimson making speech at Munitions Building, Washington, DC (2)
1941 May 6

Box 15: folder 94
Stimson presents watch to employee
1942 Apr

Box 15: folder 95
Stimson receiving medal from Truman, Harry S. (1, duplicates)
[1945 Sep 21]

Box 15: folder 96
General

Pictured: JJM, Frederick A. Vinson, Robert Patterson, General Somerville, Henry Stimson, Mabel White Stimson, Harry S. Truman

Stimson at press conference in England with Dwight Eisenhower
1944 Jul 18

Box 15: folder 97
Stimson, conferring with [Marshall, George C. (General)]
undated

Box 15: folder 98
Stimson at the Vatican (2)
1944 Jul 6

Box 15: folder 99
General

Pictured: Henry Stimson, Myron Taylor, other Vatican personnel

Troops in Paris, France
undated

Box 15: folder 100
USS Saratoga (Navy) officers and crew, South Pacific (6)
[1944]

Box 15: folder 101
Unidentified Army officers, civilian woman (5)
undated

Box 15: folder 102
Unidentified: [visit to Army headquarters in Europe] (11):
undated

Box 15: folder 103
Sub-series F: High Commissioner of Germany (HICOG)



Acheson, Dean (Secretary of State), visit to Frankfurt, Heidelberg, Bonn, and Berlin (17):
1949 Nov 11-14

Box 15: folder 104
Adenauer Government. Ceremony and reception to mark formation, Petersburg (7, duplicates)
1949 Sep 21

Box 15: folder 105
General

Pictured: JJM, Konrad Adenauer, Andre Francois-Poncet, George P. Hays, Brian Robertson, others

Adenauer, Konrad and unidentified clergyman
undated

Box 15: folder 106
Adenauer, Konrad and JJM [Voice of America Radio Broadcast?]
undated

Box 15: folder 107
Allied High Commission accreditation ceremony for heads of missions (2)
1950 Jun 22

Box 15: folder 108
General

Pictured: JJM, Alfred Danielsen, Thomas Clayton Davies, Andre Francois-Poncet, Maurize Loze, Brian H. Robertson, Tello d'Avila

Allied High Commission - unidentified meeting (2)
undated

Box 15: folder 109
General

Pictured: JJM, Andre Francois-Poncet, Brian H. Robertson

Allied High Commission in session, Petersburg
1950 Jun 22

Box 15: folder 110
General

Pictured: JJM, Benjamin J. Buttenweiser, George P. Hays, Samuel Reber

American civilian employees. JJM speech, Headquarters Building, [Frankfurt] (3)
1949 Oct 4

Box 15: folder 111
Amerika Haus opening, Stuttgart:
1950 Feb 6

Box 15: folder 112
Automobile show, Berlin
1950 May 27

Box 15: folder 113
Football game at [Falkenster] (4)
1951 Sep

Box 15: folder 114
Fourth of July reception Bad Godesberg, Germany
undated

Box 15: folder 115
[Freiburg, University of. JJM speech?] (3)
[1952 Jan 21?]

Box 15: folder 116
Hays, George P. (General - Deputy -High Commissioner - United States): Portrait
1950 Feb 28

Box 15: folder 117
[Hermannsburg. JJM visit prior to opening of Amerika Haus in Hannover? ] (6)
[1950 May 22?]

Box 15: folder 118
General note

Pictured: JJM, Johannes Lilje, Ellen Z. McCloy, others

Hoechst penicillin plant dedication ceremonies (4, duplicates)
1950 Aug 4

Box 15: folder 119
Johnson, Louis (Secretary of Defense) and Omar Bradley (Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff). Press conference upon arrival in Germany. Rhein-Main Airbase, Frankfurt:
1949 Nov 27

Box 15: folder 120
Kolb, Walter and Theodor Heuss at Frankfurt fair opening
1950 Mar 19

Box 15: folder 121
JJM arrival in Germany (2)
1949 Jul 2

Box 15: folder 122
JJM farewell lunch, Bonn
1952 Jul 10

Box 15: folder 123
General

Pictured: JJM, Frank Miller, Hans-Gunther Sohl, Kurt von Lersner

JJM [farewell] visit to Bensheim (5)
1952 Jul 14

Box 15: folder 124
JJM travel: England. Return to Rhein-Main Airbase, Frankfurt
1950 Apr 5

Box 15: folder 125
JJM travel: Washington. Departure from Rhein-Main Airbase, Frankfurt:
1950 Mar 3

Box 15: folder 126
JJM travel: Washington. Return to Germany
1951 Sep 20

Box 16: folder 1
Marshall House dedication and opening, Berlin (4)
1950 Sep 30

Box 16: folder 2
Marshall Plan (European Recovery Program) exhibit opening, Passau (2)
1950 Apr 22

Box 16: folder 3
Minister-Presidents of United States Zone. Reception at HICOG Headquarters, Frankfurt (2)
1950 Apr 11

Box 16: folder 4
General

Pictured: JJM, Hans Ehard, George P. Hays, Wilhelm Kaisen, REinhold Maier, Christian Stock

[Nurtingen. JJM visit?] (5)
undated

Box 16: folder 5
Picketers (unidentified) (3)
undated

Box 16: folder 6
Press conference after return from Washington. Frankfurt (2)
1949 Aug 16

Box 16: folder 7
Radio and newspaper executives (U.S.) on tour. Visit with JJM.
1952 Mar 5

Box 16: folder 8
Radio Frankfurt transmitter dedication (3)
1950 Jun 1

Box 16: folder 9
General

Pictured: JJM, Walter Kolb, James R. Newman, Christian Stock

Radio Stuttgart broadcast (2)
[1949 Jul 22]

Box 16: folder 10
Regierungsbezirk district officials. Meeting with JJM to discuss local problems (2)
1950 Apr 19

Box 16: folder 11
Rothenberg. JJM drinking from city's "complimentary cup"
1949

Box 16: folder 12
Rothenberg. Shepherd's Dance, Rathans Square (2)
1949 Sep 11

Box 16: folder 13
Rothenberg. JJM with Bergmeister
undated

Box 16: folder 14
Sports festival, Giessen
1951

Box 16: folder 15
Unidentified events: Dinners/luncheons - 4 different events (8)
undated

Box 16: folder 16
Unidentified events: [JJM official visit to German town] (3)
undated

Box 16: folder 17
Unidentified events: JJM speeches - 3 different events (3)
undated

Box 16: folder 18
Unidentified events: Military [reception] (2)
undated

Box 16: folder 19
Unidentified events: Military [review]
undated

Box 16: folder 20
Unidentified events: Miscellaneous - 7 different events (11)
undated

Box 16: folder 21
Unidentified events: [reception] - outdoor. (2, dup)
undated

Box 16: folder 22
Sub-series G: Unidentified



Unidentified individuals (5)
undated

Box 16: folder 23
Two unidentified men throwing rocks at a tank
undated

Box Oversize 27: folder 24
Unidentified event (2)
undated

Box 16: folder 24
Sub-series H: Photocopies



Cartoon by "Slade"
undated

Box 16: folder 25
Sketch by Vannevar Bush, inscribed
undated

Box 16: folder 26
Sketch of JJM
1983 Mar 14

Box 16: folder 27
Acheson, Dean: copy of inscribed photograph
undated

Box 16: folder 28
Adenauer, Konrad: copy of inscribed photograph (Bonn, Germany)
1952 Jul

Box 16: folder 29
Arnold, Lt. General H.H.: copy of inscribed photograph
undated

Box 16: folder 30
Ford, Gerald: copy of inscribed photograph
undated

Box 16: folder 31
Kissinger, Henry A.: copy of inscribed photograph sent in honor of JJM's 80th birthday
undated

Box 16: folder 32
Marshall, George: copy of inscribed photograph
undated

Box 16: folder 33
Nimitz, C. W. (Admiral): copy of inscribed photograph
undated

Box 16: folder 34
Nixon, Richard M. (President): copy of inscribed photograph
undated

Box 16: folder 35
Plimpton, Calvin (President, Amherst College): photograph of painting
undated

Box 16: folder 36
Rockefeller, Nelson A.: copy of inscribed photograph
undated

Box 16: folder 37
Stimson, Henry L.: copy of inscribed photograph
undated

Box 16: folder 38
Truman, Harry S.: copy of inscribed photograph
undated

Box 16: folder 39
Copy of G.A.C. photograph with signatures (1)
undated

Box 16: folder 40
Warren Commission: copy of inscribed photograph with Lyndon B. Johnson's signature
undated

Box 16: folder 41
Tripartite Conference at Tehran (1, with caption page):
undated

Box 16: folder 42
General

Pictured: Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, Josef Stalin

Series 7: Black Tom
1924-1946
Boxes 16-18

Series 7: Black Tom, 1924-1946, includes legal documents (with listings), correspondence, and notes from the World War I sabotage case known as "Black Tom." The case, a complicated tangle of international law and diplomacy, began in 1916 when a munitions depot on Black Tom Island in New York was blown up. JJM (whose law firm, Cravath, de Gersdorff, Swaine and Wood, represented the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company) became involved in 1930 and saw the case through to its final settlement in 1941. A significant aspect of the case was that it reportedly brought JJM to the attention of Henry Stimson, then Secretary of State and later Secretary of War; Stimson later appointed JJM Assistant Secretary of War and remained an important figure in JJM's life.

The series is divided into five sub-series:

Sub-series A: Notes - consists of two boxes of note cards in JJM's writing, with names and other information about the case. The cards are arranged alphabetically.

Sub-series B: General Correspondence and Related Material - consists of lists of legal documents submitted in the case; correspondence; and JJM's "pertinent data" cards. The bulk of the correspondence has to do with the settlement of fees for the case; this fee-related material is separated from the other correspondence. All correspondence is arranged chronologically (1941-1946).

Four subseries consisting of copies of briefs and other documents submitted in the case, divided by court of jurisdiction and arranged chronologically:

Sub-series C: Mixed Claims Commission (1924 Aug-1941 Jul)

Sub-series D: District Court for the District of Columbia (1939 Oct-1940 Oct)

Sub-series E: Supreme Court (1940 Aug-1941 Jan)

Sub-series A: Notes



Related material:

See also: "Pertinent data" cards and address cards.

Index of Black Tom material (A-K)


Box 17
Index of Black Tom material (L-Z)


Box 17
Sub-series B: General Correspondence and Related Material



Lists of documents
1939 Oct 30-1941 Jan 6

Box 16: folder 43
General

Lists of documents related to the US District Court for the District of Columbia, 1939 October 30-1940 October 21; US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, 1940 February 3-June 3; US Supreme Court, 1940 August 31-1941 January 6

Correspondence: settlement of fees (1 of 2)
1941 Jan 10-1942 Jan 4

Box 16: folder 44
Correspondence: settlement of fees (2 of 2)
1942 Jan 12-1946 Nov 26

Box 16: folder 45
Correspondence: Miscellaneous
1941 Mar 19-1943 Jun 7

Box 16: folder 46
"Pertinent data" cards
undated

Box 16: folder 47
Address cards
undated

Box 16: folder 48
Sub-series C: Mixed Claims Commission



Brief on behalf of the U. S. (draft)
1924 Aug 15

Box 16: folder 49
Supplemental brief for the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company
1925 May 15

Box 16: folder 50
Brief for claimants
1928 May 29

Box 16: folder 51
Reply brief for claimant
1929 Mar 1

Box 16: folder 52
Petition for rehearing
1931 Jan 22

Box 16: folder 53
Opinions and decisions from January 1, 1933 to October 30, 1939 (excepting decisions in the sabotage claims of June 15 and October 30, 1939) and Appendix 1933-1939
[1939?]

Box 16: folder 54
Opinions and decisions in the sabotage claims handed down June 15, 1939, and October 30, 1939, and Appendix
[1939?]

Box 16: folder 55
Final report of H.H. Martin, Acting Agent of the United States, before the Mixed Claims Commission
1941

Box 16: folder 56
Final opinion of the American Commissioner (signed copy)
1941 Jun 28

Box 16: folder 57
Report of American Commissioner, July 26, 1941; fee-fixing decision of June 28, 1941 (signed copy)
1941

Box 16: folder 58
Claimants' exhibits, Vol. VIII
[1930?]

Box 16: folder 59
Claimants' exhibits, Vol. IX
[1930?]

Box 16: folder 60
Claimants' exhibits, Vol. X
[1930?]

Box 16: folder 61
Sub-series D: U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia



Complaint - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1939 Oct 30

Box 16: folder 62
Answer - Lehigh Valley RR Co., Applicant for intervention
1939 Nov 14

Box 16: folder 63
Order - Justice James M. Proctor
1939 Nov 20

Box 16: folder 64
Motion for continuance to reply to motion to intervene - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1939 Nov 20

Box 16: folder 65
Statement of points and authorities - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1939 Nov 20

Box 16: folder 66
Order - Justice James M. Proctor
1939 Nov 22

Box 16: folder 67
Notice - American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
1939 Nov 24

Box 16: folder 68
Summary judgment - Lehigh Valley RR Co., Intervener-defendant (1 of 2)
1939 Nov 30

Box 16: folder 69
General

Includes: Affidavit of Douglas L. Hatch re: service of motion, 1939 November 30; Notice; Motions for summary judgment; Statements of points and authorities; Affidavit of John J. McCloy, 1939 November 28; Affidavit of Harld H. Martin, 1939 November 28

Summary judgment - Lehigh Valley RR Co., Intervener-defendant (2 of 2)
1939 Nov 30

Box 18: folder 1
Order - Justice James M. Proctor
1939 Dec 7

Box 18: folder 2
Notice - Z&F Assets Realization Corp. - for examination of Harold H. Martin
1939 Dec 9

Box 18: folder 3
Statement of points and authorities - American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
1939 Dec 13

Box 18: folder 4
Comments in opposition to motion for summary judgment - John Bassett Moore
1939 Dec 13

Box 18: folder 6
Affidavit of Hubert E. Rogers in opposition to motion for summary judgment (filed 1939 Dec 13)
1939 Dec 12

Box 18: folder 6
Statement of points and authorities in opposition to motion (on the merits) - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1939 Dec 13

Box 18: folder 7
Defendants' motion to dismiss the complaint and the bill of intervention - Government
1939 Dec 15

Box 18: folder 8
Statement of points and authorities - Government
1939 Dec 15

Box 18: folder 9
Memorandum in opposition to motion for summary judgment to dismiss the complaint and for judgment on cross-bill - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1939 Dec 19

Box 18: folder 10
Memorandum in opposition to defendants' motion to dismiss - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1939 Dec 19

Box 18: folder 11
Brief in opposition to motion of defendants to dismiss bill of intervener-plaintiff - American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
1939 Dec 19

Box 18: folder 12
Memorandum on behalf of intervener-defendant in support of motion for summary judgment - Lehigh Valley RR Co.
1939 Dec 21

Box 18: folder 13
Affidavit of Lawrence Beattie re: service of memorandum
1939 Dec 22

Box 18: folder 14
Letter to Judge Jennings Bailey from Hubert E. Rogers, et al.
1939 Dec 22

Box 18: folder 15
Letter to Judge Jennings Bailey from Fred K. Nielsen
1939 Dec 27

Box 18: folder 16
Letter to Judge Jennings Bailey from Richard H. Wilmer
1939 Dec 28

Box 18: folder 17
Letter to Richard Wilmer from Fred K. Nielsen
1940 Jan 2

Box 18: folder 18
Opinion - Justice Jennings Bailey
1940 Jan 3

Box 18: folder 19
Judgment - Justice Jennings Bailey (entered 1940 Jan 6)
1940 Jan 5

Box 18: folder 20
Notices of appeal - Z&F Assets Realization Corp. and American-Hawaiian Steamship Co. (original and amended)
1940 Jan 6

Box 18: folder 21
Motion for reargument - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1940 Jan 17

Box 18: folder 22
Answer of defendant to intervener-defendant's cross-claim - Government
1940 Jan 20

Box 18: folder 23
Designation of record on appeal -Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1940 Jan 23

Box 18: folder 24
Affidavits of Green S. Hackworth and James Alan Nash in opposition to motion for reargument - Government
1940 Jan 29

Box 18: folder 25
Designation of record on appeal -Lehigh Valley RR Co.
1940 Jan 29

Box 18: folder 26
Designation of record on appeal -Government
1940 Jan 30

Box 18: folder 27
Statement of points and authorities re: motion for reargument - Lehigh Valley RR Co.
1940 Jan 30

Box 18: folder 28
Affidavit of John F. Condon, Jr., re: service of summons and complaint
1940 Feb 6

Box 18: folder 29
Opinion re: motion for reargument - Justice Jennings Bailey
1940 Feb 9

Box 18: folder 30
Order re: motion for reargument - Justice Jennings Bailey
1940 Feb 12

Box 18: folder 31
Mandate - Justice Jennings Bailey (filed 1940 Jun 21)
1940 Jun 3

Box 18: folder 32
Notice and renewal of motion for summary judgment - Lehigh Valley RR Co. (includes JJM affidavit 1940 Jul 24)
1940 Jul 26

Box 18: folder 33
Statement of points and authorities re: cross-claim - Lehigh Valley RR Co.
1940 Jul 26

Box 18: folder 34
Stipulation extending the time for opposing motion for summary judgment on defendant-intervener's cross-claim
1940 Jul 29

Box 18: folder 35
Answering affidavit re: summary judgment - Hubert E. Rogers (filed 1940 Aug 1)
1940 Jul 30

Box 18: folder 36
Answering affidavit re: summary judgment - Fred K. Nielsen
1940 Aug 1

Box 18: folder 37
Stipulations extending time on cross-claim
1940 Aug 5-Oct 21

Box 18: folder 38
Transcript of record
1940 Feb 3

Box 18: folder 39
Notice of motion to advance cause for hearing - Lehigh Valley RR Co.
1940 Feb 9

Box 18: folder 40
Letters from Francis M. Shea (Assistant Attorney General) to Clerk of the Court and to JJM
1940 Feb 10

Box 18: folder 41
Affidavit of John F. Condon, Jr., in opposition to motion to advance
1940 Feb 10

Box 18: folder 42
Notice and motion to cancel docket and remit transcript of record to the District Court for the District of Columbia - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1940 Feb 12

Box 18: folder 43
Stipulation re: motion to cancel docket and remit transcript of record
1940 Feb 14

Box 18: folder 44
Order setting date for hearing - per curiam
1940 Feb 16

Box 18: folder 45
Consent to addition to record - Government
1940 Feb 19

Box 18: folder 46
Order allowing withdrawal of motion to cancel docket - per curiam
1940 Feb 20

Box 18: folder 47
Clerk's letter re: hearing
1940 Feb 26

Box 18: folder 48
Brief of plaintiff-appellant - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1940 Feb 27

Box 18: folder 49
Notice and motion to adjourn argument of appeal
1940 Mar 5

Box 18: folder 50
Brief for appellees Hull and Morgenthau - Government
1940 Mar 5

Box 18: folder 51
Brief for appellee - Lehigh Valley RR Co.
1940 Mar 5

Box 18: folder 52
Motion for allowance of additional time for argument - Lehigh Valley RR Co.
1940 Mar 6

Box 18: folder 53
Memorandum by respondent, Lehigh Valley RR Co., in opposition to motion for continuance - Lehigh Valley RR Co.
1940 Mar 6

Box 18: folder 54
Notice of postponement of argument
1940 Mar 7

Box 18: folder 55
Brief of plaintiff-appellant in reply to brief of appellees Hull and Morgenthau - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1940 Mar 20

Box 18: folder 56
Reply brief of intervener-plaintiff to briefs of defendants-appellees and intervener-defendant-appellee - American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
1940 Mar 20

Box 18: folder 57
Reply brief of plaintiff-appellant to brief of appellee Lehigh Valley RR Co. - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1940 Mar 20

Box 18: folder 58
Decision affirming lower court - Justice Miller
1940 Jun 3

Box 18: folder 59
Sub-series E: U.S. Supreme Court



Petition for writ of certiorari to U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia and brief thereon - Z&F Assets Realization Corp.
1940 Aug 31

Box 18: folder 60
Intervener-respondent's brief in opposition to the granting of writs of certiorari - Lehigh Valley RR Co.
1940 Sep 12

Box 18: folder 61
Motion of Lehigh Valley RR Co., respondent, to advance - Lehigh Valley RR Co.
1940 Oct 18

Box 18: folder 62
Brief for intervener-respondent -Lehigh Valley RR Co.
1940 Dec 3

Box 18: folder 63
Opinion - Chief Justice Hughes
[1941 Jan 6]

Box 18: folder 64
Concurring opinion - Justice Black
1941 Jan 6

Box 18: folder 65
Series 8: War Department
1935-1948 (bulk 1941-1945)
Boxes 18-23

Scope and content:

Series 8: War Department, 1935-1948 (bulk 1941-1945), includes official memoranda; correspondence; meeting notes and minutes; working papers; reports; and printed material from JJM's tenure as Assistant Secretary of War. The material is particularly interesting for what it reveals about the inner workings of the War Department during World War II and JJM's role therein.

The series is divided into seven sub-series:

Sub-series A: Administrative - includes background information; minutes of meetings of the Cabinet, State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee, and other groups; and miscellaneous material, including one small folder on the atomic bomb. Arranged in a subjective order of importance.

Sub-series B: Correspondence - contains mostly copies of letters and memos from JJM to various individuals; some letters and memos to JJM. Of particular interest is the correspondence with George Marshall, revealing the close personal and professional relationship between these two men; with George Patton, including the general's account of the famous incident in which he was reprimanded for having publicly slapped a soldier; with Eleanor Roosevelt, dealing with individual problems in the military, particularly in the area of race relations; with Harry Hopkins (Advisor and Assistant to President Roosevelt), which documents the range of activities that JJM was involved in as Assistant Secretary of War, and with Henry Stimson, Secretary of War, with whom JJM had a close personal relationship that lasted for many years after they both left the War Department. Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Sub-series C: Japanese American Relocation Program - consists of official memoranda and other material concerning the internment of Japanese American residents on the West Coast. (Note that there is a separate series of later material related to Japanese Americans, largely having to do with legislation to grant naturalization rights and relocation and compensation issues.) Arranged in a subjective order of importance.

Sub-series D: Working Reports - comprises various subjects related to the war effort: procurement of supplies, etc. Arranged alphabetically by title.

Sub-series E: Retrospectives - includes reports about the war written after the fact. Of particular interest are a copy of General George Patton's war memoirs, distributed to a limited number of his friends (and later published by Houghton Mifflin), and a report on the conduct of the War Department under Henry Stimson. Arranged alphabetically by title.

Sub-series F: Working Papers - contains working documents, many in indexed and tabulated sets, presumably used in day-to-day decision-making about the war. Arranged alphabetically by country. Countries include: China, France, Germany, Great Britain, Japan, North Africa, and the USSR.

Sub-series G: Printed Material - includes publications, reports, and other printed material, most likely gathered by JJM for briefing or background purposes. Material within each division is arranged alphabetically by title, except where a clear numeric order exists (e.g., serials labeled with volume and number). The department/agency reports are arranged alphabetically by department or agency and then by title. The sub-series is divided into seven sections:

  1. Aeronautics/Navigation, 1943-45
  2. Council on Foreign Relations Reports, 1944-45
  3. Department/Agency Reports, 1942-48
  4. Serials, 1941-48
  5. Topographic Intelligence Study-Northwestern Normandy, 1943
  6. U.S. Military Academy, Department of Military Art and Engineering, 1943-46 (training materials)
  7. Miscellaneous, 1935-45

Note that there is very little material specifically identified as having to do with the development of the atomic bomb or the decision to use it against Japan. However, researchers might find references to this topic in the memos or working papers in this series, or in the Diaries series; the Speeches series contains an interview (circa 1964) on this subject.

Related material:

RELATED SERIES: Scrapbooks, Diaries, Speeches, Personal Affairs, and Correspondence.

Chronology of World War II (Encyclopedia Americana)
1982

Box 18: folder 66
Sub-series A: Administrative



Drafts and data prepared for Secretary of War (Henry Stimson)
[1941 Mar-1942 Jan][1945 Jan]

Box 18: folder 67
Cabinet meeting notes and minutes
1941 Jan-1945 Aug

Box 18: folder 68
Composition of governmental committees (SWNCC, IPCOG, ACC)
1945 Aug

Box 18: folder 69
Committee of Three minutes and related materials
1944 Dec-1945 Oct

Box 18: folder 70
State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee. Summary of SWNCC and IPCOG activities since 1 July 1945
1945 Aug

Box 18: folder 71
Memorandum for the State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee (draft [not by JJM?])
1945 Nov

Box 18: folder 72
Joint Aircraft Committee
undated

Box 18: folder 73
Atomic bomb (x-refs only)


Box 18: folder 74
JJM flying lessons. Correspondence
1942 Jul

Box 18: folder 75
JJM personal affairs. Biographical information; notices of appointment, salary; correspondence
1940 Sep-1941 Dec

Box 18: folder 76
JJM resignation from War Department
1945 Sep

Box 18: folder 77
JJM testimony before House Special Committee on Military Affairs
1945 Feb

Box 18: folder 78
Reports by Dr. Douglas Freeman of world trip with JJM and others ([copies of material in JJM diaries])
1945 Oct

Box 18: folder 79
Diary entry re: Germany occupation
1944 Sep

Box 18: folder 80
Unidentified fragment of [memo re: lend-lease]
[circa 1944?]

Box 18: folder 81
Sub-series B: Correspondence



General note

(Unless otherwise noted, folders contain only correspondence and/or memoranda from JJM to named individual.)

Acheson, Dean (Under/Asst. Sec. of State)
1941 Apr-1945 Nov

Box 18: folder 82
Adjutant General
1941 Apr-1945 Nov

Box 18: folder 83
Eisenhower, Dwight D.
1942 Mar-1945 Nov

Box 18: folder 84
Eisenhower, Dwight D.: letter to JJM re: Robert Patterson
1944 Nov

Box 18: folder 85
Frankfurter, Felix (Justice, U.S. Supreme Court)
1941 Dec-1945 Nov

Box 18: folder 86
Hopkins, Harry (Advisor and Assistant to President Roosevelt) - internal subdivisions by subjects
1941 Jan-1945 Jun

Box 18: folder 87
Hull, Cordell (Sec. of State)
1941 Sep-1944 Oct

Box 18: folder 88
Jackson, Robert H. (Attorney General)
1941 May

Box 18: folder 89
MacArthur, Douglas
1942 Apr-1945 Sep

Box 18: folder 90
Marshall, George C. (Chief of Staff) (1 of 2)
1941 May-1945 Nov

Box 18: folder 91
Marshall, George C. (Chief of Staff) (2 of 2)
1944 May-1945 Nov

Box 18: folder 92
Marshall, George: memos from JJM to H.L. Stimson and A. Harriman re: Marshall
1943 Sep

Box 18: folder 93
Marshall, George C.: correspondence from H.L. Stimpson to President Truman re: Marshall
1945 Sep 18

Box 18: folder 94
Patterson, Robert (Under Sec. of War) (1 of 2)
1941 Mar-1945 Nov

Box 18: folder 95
Patterson, Robert (Under Sec. of War) (2 of 2)
1941 May-1945 Sep

Box 19: folder 1
Patton, Beatrice: correspondence to and from JJM
1944 Feb, 1945 Jan, Aug

Box 19: folder 2
Patton, George: correspondence to and from JJM
1941 Aug-1945 Sep

Box 19: folder 3
Roosevelt, Eleanor
1942 Mar-1945 Sep

Box 19: folder 4
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (President): incoming and outgoing correspondence and memoranda
1941 Aug-1944 Aug, with gaps

Box 19: folder 5
Stimson, Henry L. (Sec. of War) (1 of 2)
1941 Mar-1945 Sep

Box 19: folder 6
Stimson, Henry L. (Sec. of War) (2 of 2)
1941 May-1945 Jun

Box 19: folder 7
Smith, Walter B.
1941 Apr-1945 Nov

Box 19: folder 8
Various individuals
1942 Dec, 1943 Mar, 1944 Aug

Box 19: folder 9
War Refugee Board: miscellaneous correspondence, probably from other repositories
1944 Jun-Nov

Box 19: folder 10
Sub-series C: Japanese American Relocation (Exclusion Program)



Memos (x-refs only)


Box 19: folder 11
Return of evacuees to West Coast - Documents (indexed)
undated, 1944 Aug-Dec

Box 19: folder 12
Return of evacuees to West Coast, plans for - Draft file (indexed)
1944 Nov-1945 Jan

Box 19: folder 13
Comments on correspondence between the Assistant Secretary of War and the Attorney General with respect to forcible exclusion and other features of the exclusion program. Civil Affairs Section, Eastern Defense Command and First Army
1943 Sep

Box 19: folder 14
Sub-series D: Working Reports



Anglo-American consolidated statement [of production estimates?]. Offices of the War Cabinet, London
1941 Sep

Box 19: folder 15
Army and Navy estimate of United States overall production requirements (1 of 2). Index, report, Appendix I, and Appendix II (Part III, Tabs 1-7). Keyed to article in Washington Times-Herald, 1941 Dec 4 (folder 39)
1941 Sep

Box 19: folder 16
Army and Navy estimate of United States overall production requirements (2 of 2). Appendix II (Part III, Tabs 8-17 and Part IV). Keyed to article in Washington Times-Herald, 1941 Dec 4 (folder 39)
1941 Sep

Box 19: folder 17
"FDR's secret war plan revealed," Washington Times-Herald, pp. 1 & 17, keyed to production report (folders 37 and 38)
1941 Dec

Box 19: folder 18
Army and Navy estimate of United States overall production requirements (1 of 2). Index, report, Appendix I, and Appendix II (Part III, Tabs 1-7). (same as folder 37, but without annotations)
1941 Sep

Box 19: folder 19
Army and Navy estimate of United States overall production requirements (2 of 2). Appendix II (Part III, Tabs 8-17 and Part IV). (same as folder 38, but without annotations)
1941 Sep

Box 19: folder 20
Coordination of procurement between the War and Navy Departments. Vol. I - Final and interim reports
1945 Feb

Box 19: folder 21
Coordination of procurement between the War and Navy Departments. Vol. II - Functional studies
1945 Feb

Box 19: folder 22
Coordination of procurement between the War and Navy Departments. Vol. III - Materiel studies
1945 Feb

Box 19: folder 23
Summary of projects on jet propulsion and guided missiles. Rocket Development Division, Research and Development Service
1944 Oct

Box 19: folder 24
Sub-series E: Retrospectives



Atomic energy for military purposes. The official report on the development of the atomic bomb under the auspices of the United States Government, 1940-1945 by Henry DeWolf Smyth. Princeton University Press
1945

Box 19: folder 25
Justice for Austria! Red-White-Red-Book. Descriptions, documents and proofs to the antecedents and history of the occupation of Austria (from official sources). First part. Austrian State Printing House
1947

Box 19: folder 26
The Office of the Secretary of War under Henry L. Stimson. Part I - The national emergency, July 1940 to December 1941 (Tabs A-C). Draft by [Rudolph A. Winnaker], with related correspondence
1945 Apr-Sep

Box 19: folder 27
The Office of the Secretary of War under Henry L. Stimson. Part I - The national emergency, July 1940 to December 1941 (Tabs D-E). Draft by [Rudolph A. Winnaker]
1945 Apr

Box 19: folder 28
The Phillipine problem, Feb. 1942. Author unknown
undated

Box 19: folder 29
The quest for German equality in armaments, 1930-33. Author unknown
undated

Box 19: folder 30
The story of White Mills in World War II. Profiles of White Mills, PA, veterans
1947 Jul

Box 19: folder 31
War as I knew it: Private memoirs of General George S. Patton, Jr.
[1945]

Box 19: folder 32
"World War II -- Its origins and course." Two-part article for Encyclopaedia Britannica. Author unknown, [possibly JJM?]
undated

Box 19: folder 33
"Yalta--Another Munich?" Rudolph A. Winnaker. The Virginia Quarterly Review, v. 24, n. 4, pp. 521-537
1948 Autumn

Box 19: folder 34
Sub-series F: Working Papers



Working Papers - China



Chungking Army Liaison Group. Briefing agenda
1945 Oct

Box 19: folder 35
Working Papers - France



General
1943 May 10, 1944 Aug, 1945 1946 Feb Jun

Box 19: folder 36
Working file on relations with French Committee of National Liberation
1944 Jan-Aug

Box 19: folder 37
French occupation: President Roosevelt to Secretary of State: final draft of orders to General Eisenhower
1944 Mar

Box 19: folder 38
Memoranda of agreement on policies relating to the liberation of France (in English and French)
1944 Aug

Box 20: folder 1
Our Vichy policy and the North African venture. Vol. I by William L. Langer (Ch. 1-3)
1946 Jan

Box 20: folder 2
Our Vichy policy and the North African venture. Vol. I by William L. Langer (Ch. 4-5)
1946 Jan

Box 20: folder 3
Our Vichy policy and the North African venture. Vol. I by William L. Langer (Ch. 6-7)
1946 Jan

Box 20: folder 4
Our Vichy policy and the North African venture. Vol. I by William L. Langer (Ch. 8-10 and Appendix)
1946 Jan

Box 20: folder 5
Working Papers - Postwar Germany



Working file on Germany - General
1944 Oct-1945 Mar

Box 20: folder 6
Working file on Germany - 1944. Collected material, indexed
1944 Apr-Oct

Box 20: folder 7
Memorandum to the President from the Secretary of the Treasury (duplicate section of indexed working file, folder 2)
1944 Sep

Box 20: folder 8
Selected material from indexed working file (folder 2) - [used as appendices to later report?]
1944 Sep

Box 20: folder 9
Working file on Germany - Control machinery, indexed
1944 Nov-1945 Jan

Box 20: folder 10
Working file on Germany - State Department papers
undated, 1944 Aug-Oct

Box 20: folder 11
"Suggested post-surrender program for Germany"
undated, 1944 Sep

Box 20: folder 12
Correspondence, with attachments
1944 Nov-1945 Feb

Box 20: folder 13
Correspondence and memoranda with attachments - prepared for and by the President
1944 Aug-Dec

Box 20: folder 14
Draft directives, with revisions, meeting notes, and related material
1945 Mar

Box 20: folder 15
Crimea decisions
1945 Mar

Box 20: folder 16
Policy statement
1945 Mar

Box 20: folder 17
Memorandum to President Truman: report on "the relations between the American Forces of Occupation and the German people" by Byron Price
1945 Nov 9

Box 20: folder 18
Working Papers - Germany



The German postal ministry. Foreign Economic Administration
1945 Jan

Box 20: folder 19
Germany: General objectives of United States economic policy with respect to Germany. Executive Committee on Economic Foreign Policy
1944 Aug

Box 20: folder 20
Organization and techniques of German ministries. Foreign Economic Administration
1945 May

Box 20: folder 21
A program for German economic and industrial disarmament - Final report (Summary and Part I). Foreign Economic Administration
1945 Dec

Box 20: folder 22
A program for German economic and industrial disarmament - Final report. (Parts II and III). Foreign Economic Administration
1945 Dec

Box 20: folder 23
A program for German economic and industrial disarmament - Appendices to final report. Foreign Economic Administration
1945 Dec

Box 20: folder 24
The Reich Ministry of armament and war production (Speer Ministry). Foreign Economic Administration
1945 Feb

Box 20: folder 25
Summary: Report of reparation, restitution, and property rights - Germany. Executive Committee on Economic Foreign Policy
1944 Aug

Box 20: folder 26
Synopsis of German ministries and administrative agencies concerned with economic controls. Foreign Economic Administration
1945 Jan

Box 20: folder 27
Working Papers - Great Britain



Directives of Sir William Stang, British Joint Staff Mission
1944 May-Sep

Box 21: folder 1
Working Papers - Japan



Atomic bomb - Memorandum of meeting of George Marshall, Henry Stimson, and JJM
1945 May

Box 21: folder 2
Memorandum: H.L. Stimson to President, outlining views on the "campaign against Japan" and "rehabilitation in Europe"
1945 May 16

Box 21: folder 3
Japanese Surrender Documents



Japanese surrender documents, indexed
1945 Jul-[Aug]

Box 21: folder 4
Text of imperial rescript [of surrender statement]
1945 Aug

Box 21: folder 5
Instruments for the surrender of Japan. Joint Chiefs of Staff
1945 Aug

Box 21: folder 6
Policy statements and directives (drafts) and related memos
1945 Jul-Aug

Box 21: folder 7
State-War-Navy Coordinating Committee: miscellaneous materials
undated, 1945 Aug

Box 21: folder 8
Transcript of teletype conference (Washington-Tokyo) re: Allied participation in occupation of Japan
1945 Oct

Box 21: folder 9
Potsdam - Record of cables received, with index
1945 Jul

Box 21: folder 10
Potsdam - Record of cables sent, with index
1945 Jul

Box 21: folder 11
"The official Pearl Harbor reports." New York Times
1945 Aug

Box 21: folder 12
Collected Reports on North Africa



Report on the food situation in North Africa, by [Lt. Col. George Olmsted, Chief of Assignments Branch, International Division?]
1943 Feb

Box 21: folder 13
Record of events and documents from the date that Lt. Gen. Mark W. Clark entered into negotiations with Adm. Jean Francois Darlan until Darlan was assassinated on Christmas Eve, 1942, by Lt. Gen. Mark W. Clark
1943 Feb

Box 21: folder 14
Report on matters other than public relations during North African trip February 10-March 17, 1943, by Col. Stanley J. Grogan, War Department Bureau of Public Relations
1943 Mar

Box 21: folder 15
Report on economic and political affairs ("Swatland report")
1943 Mar

Box 21: folder 16
Report on transportation and military needs, by Lt. Col. Marcus S. Griffin
1943 Mar

Box 21: folder 17
Report on the French military and political situation, by Maj. Edmund T. Delaney
[1943 Mar]

Box 21: folder 18
Report on Allied air forces, by Col. John H. McCormick
1943 Mar

Box 21: folder 19
Working Papers - USSR



Korea - Memo re: political problems
1945 Nov

Box 21: folder 20
Notes [from conferences with Secretary of War?]
[1945 Feb?], 1945 May-Jun

Box 21: folder 21
Soviet presence in Far East, US attitude towards - Correspondence, memos, meeting notes
1945 May-Jun

Box 21: folder 22
Student exchange between US and USSR, plan for
undated

Box 21: folder 23
Sub-series G: Printed Material



Section 1: Aeronautics/Navigation



Instrument flying: Army Air Forces instrument approach system. Army Air Forces, Commanding General
1943 Nov

Box 21: folder 24
Instrument flying: Advanced theory and practice. Army Air Forces, Commanding General
1943 Oct

Box 21: folder 25
Instrument flying: Basic theory and practice. Army Air Forces, Commanding General
1943 Jun

Box 21: folder 26
Practical air navigation, by Thoburn C. Lyon. Civil Aeronautics Bulletin, no.24
1945

Box 21: folder 27
Catalog: Aeronautical charts and related publications (5th ed.). Army Air Forces, Headquarters Aeronautical Chart Service
1945 Sep

Box 21: folder 28
Section 2: Council on Foreign Relations Reports Series on American Interests in the War and the Peace



American interest in the "colonial problem." Jacob Viner
1944 Aug

Box 21: folder 29
American public opinion and postwar security committments. Walter R. Sharp and Percy W. Bidwell
1944 Oct

Box 21: folder 30
Can United States oil reserves meet the postwar demand? Dr. Walter H. Vaskuil and Hope M. Meyers
1945 July

Box 21: folder 31
International labor organization and the United Nations. Carter Goodrich
1944 Aug

Box 21: folder 32
International monetary and financial programs. Alvin H. Hansen
1944 Feb

Box 21: folder 33
The liquidation of war surpluses. Arthur R. Burns and Arthur D. Gayer
1944 Nov

Box 21: folder 34
Peoples of the Near East without a national future. William L. Westerman
1944 Sep

Box 21: folder 35
Postwar agreements on commercial policy. Percy W. Bidwell
1944 Jan

Box 21: folder 36
Postwar controls of the German economy. Percy W. Bidwell
1944 Jul

Box 21: folder 37
Problems of the peace settlement with Japan. George F. Eliot, Hanson W. Baldwin, Julius W. Pratt, Grayson Kirk
1944 Jul

Box 21: folder 38
Two proposals for tariff reduction. Eugene Staley and Winfield W. Riefler
1945 Aug

Box 21: folder 39
Section 3: Department/Agency Reports



Allied Commission, Public Relations Branch. A review of Allied Military Government and of the Allied Commission in Italy: July 10, 1945 D-Day Sicily to May 2, 1945 German surrender in Italy
[1945?]

Box 21: folder 40
Allied Forces. Report by the Supreme Allied Commander Mediterranean to the Combined Chiefs of Staff on the operations in southern France
1944 Aug

Box 21: folder 41
Allied Forces. Report by the Supreme Allied Commander, Mediterranean, to the Combined Chiefs of Staff on the Italian campaign
1944 Jan-May

Box 21: folder 42
Allied Forces. Summation of non-military activities in Japan and Korea, by the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers
1945 Sep-Oct

Box 21: folder 43
Army Air Forces Headquarters. Army Air Forces in the war against Japan 1941-42. AAF Historical Narratives
1945 Aug

Box 21: folder 44
Army (Dept. of), Historical Division. Utah Beach to Cherbourg (6 June to 27 June 1946). American Forces in Action Series
1947

Box 21: folder 45
Interior (Dept. of), War Relocation Authority. Semi-annual report (2 reports)
1945 Jan-Jun, 1945 Jul-Dec

Box 21: folder 46
Navy (Dept. of). The Navy at sea and ashore. Robert Greenhalgh Albion and Samuel H.P. Read, Jr.
1947 Jun

Box 21: folder 47
State Department. Nazi-Soviet Relations 1939-41: Documents from the Archives of the German Foreign Office. Raymond Sontag and James Beddie (eds.)
1948

Box 21: folder 48
State Department. Peace and war: United States foreign policy 1931-1941
1942

Box 21: folder 49
State Department. Toward the peace: Documents
1945

Box 22: folder 1
War Department. Biennial report of the Chief of Staff of the United States Army, July 1, 1943, to June 30, 1945, to the Secretary of War (2 copies)
[1945]

Box 22: folder 2-3
War Department. Final report of the Chief of Staff, United States Army, to the Secretary of the Army
1948 Feb

Box 22: folder 4
War Department. Lessons from the Tunisian campaign
1943 Oct

Box 22: folder 5
War Department, Military Intelligence Service. Order of Battle of the German army
1943 Apr

Box 22: folder 6
War Department. The United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Summary report (European war)
1945 Sep

Box 22: folder 7
War Department. The United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Overall report (European war)
1945 Sep

Box 22: folder 8
War Department. The United States Strategic Bombing Survey. Summary report (Pacific war)
1946 Jul

Box 22: folder 9
War Department, Military Intelligence Service. Military Reports on the United Nations: Nos. 1-2
1942 Dec,1943 Jan

Box 22: folder 10
War Department, Military Intelligence Service. Military Reports on the United Nations: Nos. 3-4
1943 Feb, Mar

Box 22: folder 11
War Department, Military Intelligence Service. Military Reports on the United Nations: Nos. 5-6
1943 Apr, May

Box 22: folder 12
War Department, Military Intelligence Service. Military Reports on the United Nations: No. 8
1943 Jul

Box 22: folder 13
War Department, Military Intelligence Service. Military Reports on the United Nations: No. 10
1943 Sep

Box 22: folder 14
War Department, Military Intelligence Service. Military Reports on the United Nations: No. 12
1943 Nov

Box 22: folder 15
War Department, Military Intelligence Service. Military Reports on the United Nations: No. 14
1944 Jan

Box 22: folder 16
War Department, Military Intelligence Service. Military Reports on the United Nations: Nos. 15-16
1944 Feb, Mar

Box 22: folder 17
War Department, Military Intelligence Service. Military Reports on the United Nations: Nos. 17-18
1944 Apr, May

Box 22: folder 18
War Department, Military Intelligence Service. Military Reports on the United Nations: Nos. 19-20
1944 Jun, Jul

Box 22: folder 19
Impact, v.1, nos.1-5, 8-9
1943

Box 22: folder 20
Impact, v.2, nos.2, 4, 11
1944

Box 22: folder 21
Impact, v.3, nos.2, 4-5, 7-8
1945

Box 22: folder 22
The Infantry Journal, v.48-49
1941 Jan-Dec

Box 22: folder 23
The Infantry Journal, v.60, no.6
1947 Jun

Box 22: folder 24
Intelligence Bulletin, v.1, nos.6, 10; v.2, nos.4, 8-9
1943, 1944

Box 22: folder 25
Intelligence Bulletin, v.3, no.10
1945 Jun

Box 22: folder 26
The Judge Advocate Journal
[1945]

Box 22: folder 27
Military Affairs: Journal of the American Institute, v.9, no.3; v.12, nos.1, 4
1945 Fall,1948 Spring,1948 Winter

Box 22: folder 28
Military Reports, no.21
1944 Aug-Sep

Box 22: folder 29
Military Review, v.25, nos.4, 6, 9, 11
1945-46

Box 22: folder 30
Radar, nos.[2]-11
1944 Apr-1945 Sep

Box 22: folder 31
Radio News, Special U.S. Army Signal Corps issue
1942 Nov

Box 22: folder 32
Section 4: Topographic Intelligence Study - Northwestern Normandy. Office of Strategic Services, Research and Analysis Branch:



Sec. 1 - Physical landscapes
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 1
Sec. 2 - Climate
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 2
Sec. 3 - Air operations
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 3
Sec. 4 - Ports
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 4
Sec. 5 - Roads
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 5
Sec. 6 - Railways
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 6
Sec. 7 - Telecommunications
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 7
Sec. 8 - Utilities
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 8
Sec. 9 - Industrial resources
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 9
Sec. 10 - Food resources
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 10
Sec. 11 - Health and sanitation
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 11
Sec. 12 - People and government
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 12
Sec. 13 - Cities and towns
1943 Jul 5

Box 23: folder 13
Section 5: U.S. Military Academy, Department of Military Art and Engineering



U.S. Military Academy, Department of Economics, Government and History Military "Policy of the United States, 1775-1944"


Box 23: folder 14
The Balkan campaign, 1940-41
1945

Box 23: folder 15
The campaign in Norway, 1940
1945

Box 23: folder 16
The campaign in Poland, 1939
1945

Box 23: folder 17
The campaign in the West, 1940
1945

Box 23: folder 18
Great captains before Napoleon
1945

Box 23: folder 19
The invasion of Western Europe, Part 1 (6 June to 31 December 1944) and Part 2 (January to May 1945)
1946

Box 23: folder 20
Jomini, Clausewitz and Schlieffen
1945

Box 23: folder 21
Notes on combat maneuvers
1945

Box 23: folder 22
Operations in Sicily and Italy (July 1943 to May 1945)
1945

Box 23: folder 23
Operations on the Russian front, Part 1 (22 June 1941 to November 1942) and Part 2 (November 1942 to December 1943)
1945

Box 23: folder 24
Operations on the Russian front, Part 3 (January to December 1944) and Part 4 (January to May 1945)
1945-46

Box 23: folder 25
Supplemental material on the First World War
1945

Box 23: folder 26
The war in North Africa, Part 1 (Operations in Egypt and Libya) and Part 2 (The Allied invasion).
1945

Box 23: folder 27
The war with Japan, Part 1 (7 December 1941 to August 1942) and Part 2 (August 1942 to December 1944)
1943, 1945

Box 23: folder 28
The war with Japan, Part 3 (January to August 1945)
1946

Box 23: folder 29
Section 6: Miscellaneous



American Battle Monuments Commission. 4th Division Summary of Operations in the World War.
1944

Box 23: folder 30
Germany's economic situation at the turn of 1937/38. Report presented by the Reichs-Kredit-Gesellschaft
1938

Box 23: folder 31
How Hitler prepared. Otto D. Tolischus. New York Times Magazine
1940 Jun 16, 23, 30

Box 23: folder 32
Insight into the Nazi industrial war machine, with ideas and suggestions relating to occupation, chances of Germany's inside collapse, prevention of Germany's rearmament, and the postwar period. A.D. Strenger
1943

Box 23: folder 33
Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack. Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack, 79th Congress
1946

Box 23: folder 32
Letter of resignation of James G. MacDonald, High Commissioner for Refugees (Jewish and Other) Coming from Germany
1935 Dec

Box 23: folder 35
Psychological warfare against Japan. The Washington Post
[1945?]

Box 23: folder 36
Series 9: Atomic Energy
1946-1964
Box 24

Scope and content:

Includes correspondence, minutes, printed material, etc. from the Acheson-Lilienthal Committee (1946-47); reports and other material on atomic power as an energy source; financial aspects of nuclear power development; material from the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy (1958-59); and one folder of material relating to US agreements with the European Atomic Energy Community (EURATOM - circa 1964).

On January 7, 1946, Secretary of State James Byrnes, anticipating the establishment of a UN commission on atomic energy, appointed a five-member committee to "study the subject of controls and safeguards necessary to protect this Government so that the persons hereafter selected to represent the United States on the Commission can have the benefit of the study." The Secretary of State's Committee on Atomic Energy, or Acheson-Lilienthal Committee, consisted of JJM, Dean Acheson, Vannevar Bush, James B. Conant, and Leslie R. Groves. The Committee appointed a board of consultants (Chester I. Barnard, J.R. Oppenheimer, Charles A. Thomas, Harry A. Winne, and David E. Lilienthal) to prepare a report "analyzing and appraising all the relevant facts and formulating proposals."

John J. McCloy's role in the creation of the material from the 1950's and 1960's is not clear, except that his advice was apparently being sought. As head of the Chase Bank, he was undoubtedly involved in decisions about the financial and foreign aid aspects of nuclear power development.

The material is arranged chronologically and, where applicable, grouped by the relevant committee or commission.

The series is divided into four sub-series:

Sub-series A: Acheson-Lilienthal Committee, 1946-1947

Sub-series B: Reports, Correspondence and Other Materials, 1946-1948

Sub-series C: United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, 1946-1947

Sub-series D: Reports, Correspondence and Other Materials, 1957-1964

Related material:

RELATED SERIES: Series 33: Correspondence

Sub-series A: Acheson-Lilienthal Committee
1946-1947


Clippings
1946 Feb 4-19

Box 24: folder 1
Correspondence
1946 Jan 7- Apr 9

Box 24: folder 2
A report on the international control of atomic energy - Vol. I
1946 Mar 7

Box 24: folder 3
The scientific basis of atomic energy development (Vol. II of Report on the international control of atomic energy)
1946 Mar 7

Box 24: folder 4
Current proposals for the international control of atomic energy (Vol. IV of Report on the international control of atomic energy) (1 of 2)
1946 Mar 7

Box 24: folder 5
Current proposals for the international control of atomic energy (Vol. IV of Report on the international control of atomic energy) (2 of 2)
1946 Mar 7

Box 24: folder 6
Report on the international control of atomic energy
1946 Mar 16

Box 24: folder 7
A report on the international control of atomic energy. Published report, with foreword by James F. Byrnes (Sec. of State) and preface by I.I. Rabi (Prof. of Physics, Columbia Univ., and consultant for Los Alamos Project)
1946

Box 24: folder 8
Sub-series B: Reports, Correspondence, and Other Materials
1946-1948


"The beginning or the end" (MGM movie). JJM correspondence
1946 Oct 28- Nov 5

Box 24: folder 9
Bohr, Niels. Correspondence and other material
1948 Mar 22-Jul 12

Box 24: folder 10
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace - Committee on Atomic Energy. Correspondence
1946 Feb 9- Oct 24

Box 24: folder 11
Citizen Control of Atomic Energy. Correspondence
1946 Jan 9- Mar 29

Box 24: folder 12
Correspondence; miscellaneous
1946 Oct 19, Nov 7

Box 24: folder 13
Essential information on atomic energy - Senate Special Committee on Atomic Energy (monograph)
1946

Box 24: folder 14
One world or none: A report to the public on the full meaning of the atomic bomb (articles by Bohr, Einstein, Oppenheimer and others)
1946 Mar [18]

Box 24: folder 15
Sub-series C: United Nations Atomic Energy Commission
1946-1947


The control of atomic energy - Proposals before the UN Atomic Energy Commission and unofficial plans - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (Interna- tional Conciliation, No. 423)
1946 Sep

Box 24: folder 16
Correspondence, other material
1946 May 9-Oct 30

Box 24: folder 17
Technological control of atomic energy activities (Vol. IV of Scientific Information Transmitted to the UN-AEC by the U.S. Representative)
1946 Oct 14

Box 24: folder 18
The United States: Guardian of atomic weapons by Hamilton Hadley (critique of "Baruch Plan")
1947

Box 24: folder 19
Sub-series D: Reports, Correspondence, and Other Materials
1957-1964


American Electric Power Company (Philip Sporn, President). Correspondence
1958 Aug 21-Nov 22

Box 24: folder 20
Atomic Energy Commission (John A. McCone, Chair). Correspondence
undated, 1958 Nov 19- 1959 Feb 2

Box 24: folder 21
Atomic power 1957 by Charles H. Weaver (V. Pres., Westinghouse). Speech at Atomic Industrial Forum 4th Annual Conference
1957 Oct 28

Box 24: folder 22
Energy, Catalyst of California's growth by James B. Black (Chair, Pacific Gas and Electric Co.) Lecture given at the University of California at Berkeley
1958 Oct 9

Box 24: folder 23
An engineer's view of electric power development in the Soviet Union by Walker L. Cisler (Pres., Detroit Edison), as told to Jack Pickering (science writer, The Detroit Times) (reprint of 5 articles)
1958 Sep 12-16

Box 24: folder 24
Genachte, Dr. Paul F. Correspondence
1958 Nov 14

Box 24: folder 25
General Electric Company (Francis McCune). Correspondence
1958 Nov 14

Box 24: folder 26
Iddles, Alfred (Past Pres., Atomic Industrial Forum). Correspondence, reports (cross-references)
1958 Nov 26

Box 24: folder 27
"NATO in the Nuclear Age" by Lincoln Gordon (article for Yale Review, 1959 Jan)
1959 Jan

Box 24: folder 28
Nuclear Development Corp. of America (John R. Menke, Pres.). Correspondence
1958 Dec 8-11

Box 24: folder 29
Oppenheimer case. Correspondence, clippings
1954 Apr 13- Jul 2

Box 24: folder 30
A preliminary evaluation of large fast breeder reactor power plants by M.C. Beekman and R.E.L. Stanford (Detroit Edison)
1958 Aug 27

Box 24: folder 31
Proposed expanded civilian nuclear power program. Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, U.S. Congress (report)
1958 Aug

Box 24: folder 32
Status and prospects of nuclear power: An interim survey. Technical Appraisal Task Force on Nuclear Power (report to Board of Directors of Edison Electric Institute)
1958 Feb 21

Box 24: folder 33
Westinghouse Electric Corp. (Charles H. Weaver, V. Pres.). Correspondence, related material
1957 Oct 28- 1958 Dec 5

Box 24: folder 34
European Atomic Energy Community (EURATOM) - Agreements with U.S.
undated, 1964 Oct 20, [Dec 7]

Box 24: folder 35
Series 10: World Bank
1947-1949
Box 24 and Oversize Box 27

Scope and content:

Includes correspondence, memoranda, notes, press releases, and general information relating to JJM's tenure as the first President and Chairman of the Board of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, commonly known as the World Bank.

This series is arranged alphabetically by topic or type.

Related material:

RELATED SERIES: Series 3: Scrapbooks, Series 4: Speeches, Series 31: Banking and Finance

Correspondence, memoranda, and notes
1947 Mar-1949 Feb

Box 24: folder 36
JJM resignation (to go to HICOG). Correspondence and news releases
1949 May 18

Box 24: folder 37
Newsclippings
1947 Mar, Sep

Box 24: folder 38
Roosevelt, Kermit. "Handy man goes banker," Saturday Evening Post
1947 Nov 1

Box Oversize 25: folder 5
Truman, Harry S. (President) Press releases re: international economic issues
1947 Nov-Dec

Box 24: folder 39
White House conference on the Administration's Plans for Cooperation in the Reconstruction of Europe 1947 Oct 27. Agenda, White House pass, JJM draft statement
[1947 Oct]

Box 24: folder 40
White House Conference for the Committee for Economic Development 1949 May 12. Resolution and correspondence
1949 May-Jun

Box 24: folder 41
Series 11: Japanese Americans: Relocation and Compensation
1942-1989
Boxes 24 and 25

Scope and content:

Contains testimony, transcripts, reports and correspondence relating to efforts to compensate Japanese Americans for their wartime relocation. The material in this series does not deal directly with the actual decision to relocate Japanese Americans; researchers should consult War Department Records for this information. Duplicates of documents from the War Department found in this series were used by McCloy to prepare his testimony before the House Subcommittee.

The series is divided into six sub-series:

Sub-series A: Immediate Post-World War II Material, 1947-49 – Includes material relating to legislation to accept evacuation claims from Japanese Americans and grant naturalization rights to those not born in this country. Both of these causes were supported by McCloy. It also contains a small amount of information relating to Hawaiian statehood. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by topic.

Sub-series B: General (Correspondence and War Department Records), 1942-89

Sub-series C: Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, 1981-83

Sub-series D: House Judiciary Committee: Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations 98th Congress, 1984

Sub-series E: House Judiciary Committee: Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations 99th Congress, 1985-86

Sub-series F: Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs: Subcommittee on Civil Service, Post Office and General Services, 1984

Sub-series B - F contain material dealing with a 1980s attempt to compensate Japanese Americans, which was related to a 1983 report issued by the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians formed by President Carter. Consisting mostly of Congressional Hearing statements and correspondence, this part of the series documents McCloy's opposition to this later attempt at internment compensation. It also includes small amounts of correspondence regarding the internment of Aleuts during WWII.

These subseries are arranged alphabetically by name, title or topic, or chronologically, as appropriate.

Related material:

RELATED SERIES: Series 2: Diaries and Communication Logs, Series 4: Speeches, Series 8: War Department, Series 33: Correspondence, and Series 34: Retrospectives

Sub-series A: Immediate Post-World War II Material
1947-1949


Relocation program and compensation
1947 Jul 23, 1948 May 18

Box 24: folder 42
Japanese American Citizens League, Anti-Discrimination Committee. JJM correspondence with M. Masaoko
1947 May-1948 Nov

Box 24: folder 43
Legislation to grant naturalization rights
1947 Dec 19-1949 Jun 24

Box 24: folder 44
Hawaiian Statehood Support
1948 Apr 6-7

Box 24: folder 45
Sub-series B: Correspondence
1942-1989


A-F
1983 Jan-1984 Feb

Box 24: folder 46
G-R
1983 Sep-1984 May

Box 24: folder 47
S-W
1983 Jul-1984 Dec

Box 24: folder 48
CBS NEWS re: Korematsu petition: correspondence
1983 Aug 12

Box 24: folder 49
McCone, John A.: correspondence
1983 June 24

Box 24: folder 50
Wiener, Frederick B. (Colonel U. S. Army): correspondence
1983

Box 24: folder 51
Wiener, Frederick B.: correspondence
1984

Box 24: folder 52
Unidentified: labeled "fake letter"
1984 Aug 28

Box 24: folder 53
Correspondence in response to letters to U.S. Senators purported to be by JJM regarding restitution to Japanese Americans
1989 Apr-May

Box 24: folder 54
Press coverage
1983-84

Box 24: folder 55
Senate Bill 1520 authorizing redress payments
1983 Jun 22

Box 24: folder 56
Research material and War Department information gathered for the 1983/84 hearings
1942-44

Box 25: folder 1
Sub-series C: Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians
1981-1983


JJM testimony (draft) before Commission
1981 Jul-Sep

Box 25: folder 2
General Information
1981 Aug

Box 25: folder 3
Reflections after appearance before the Commission, includes correspondence
1981 November 25

Box 25: folder 4
Correspondence
1981 Jun-Dec

Box 25: folder 5
Correspondence
1982 Oct

Box 25: folder 6
Correspondence
1983 Feb-Nov

Box 25: folder 7
Interview with JJM by phone with the New York Times
1983 Feb 24

Box 25: folder 8
"Standing History on Its Head": early drafts of JJM Op-Ed piece in the New York Times
1983 Apr

Box 25: folder 9
"Repay the U.S. Japanese?" in New York Times and "Revisionism Gone Mad," JJM Op-Eds
1983 Apr 10, undated

Box 25: folder 10
Correspondence - responses to JJM's New York Times Op-Ed piece
1983 Apr-May

Box 25: folder 11
JJM's response to New York Times article by Charles Mohr
1983 May 26

Box 25: folder 12
Commission Report



"Personal Justice Denied," Report: Part 2-Recommendations
1983 Jun

Box 25: folder 13
Statement by JJM in response to recommendations of the Commission
1983 Jun 20

Box 25: folder 14
Letter to Los Angeles Times by Commission members in response to JJM's criticism of Commission recommendations
1983 Jul 11

Box 25: folder 15
Press releases
1983 Feb

Box 25: folder 16
Senate Bill S. 2116 accepting findings of Commission
1983 Nov 17

Box 25: folder 17
Sub-series D: House Judiciary Committee: Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations 98th Congress
1984


Witness list
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 18
Aleuts, Memorandum of Law re: relocation and internment
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 19
American Jewish Committee: statement to accept findings of Comm. on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians
1984 Jun 14

Box 25: folder 20
Bush, George (Vice President): correspondence
1984 Aug 24

Box 25: folder 21
Dymally, Mervyn M. (Representative): statement
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 22
Frank, Barney (Representative): correspondence
1984 Aug-Sep

Box 25: folder 23
Hall, Sam B. (Representative): correspondence
1984 Jun-Aug

Box 25: folder 24
Irons, Peter: statement (questions for JJM)
1984 Jun

Box 25: folder 25
Kirtland, John C. (Attorney for Aleut People of Alaska): statement
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 26
Krukoff, Agafon (President, The Aleut Corporation): statement
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 27
Lowman, David: draft statement and newsclippings
1984 Jun 14

Box 25: folder 28
Lundgren, Daniel E. (Representative and Vice Chair of Commission on Wartime Relocation): statement and editorial
1983 Jun 21; 1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 29
Lundgren, Daniel E.: testimony notes taken by JJM's assistant
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 30
Mathias, Honorable Charles McC. (Senator): correspondence
1984 Aug 22

Box 25: folder 31
JJM: pre-hearing summary, statement, questions and answers submitted prior to testifying
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 32
JJM: pre-hearing summary and statement - annotated for Colonel Wiener
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 33
JJM: testimony - stenographic copy with annotations
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 34
JJM: testimony - notes taken by his assistant
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 35
Merculief, Father Paul (Chair, Aleutian Housing Authority): statement
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 36
National Coalition for Redress and Reparations: statement
circa 1984 Jun

Box 25: folder 37
Potts, Janet (Assistant Counsel, House Judiciary Committee): correspondence
1984 Jun

Box 25: folder 38
Sheffield, Bill (Governor of Alaska): statement
1984 Jun 19

Box 25: folder 39
Stevens, Ted (Senator): correspondence
1984 Aug 10

Box 25: folder 40
Taylor, Professor Telford: correspondence
1984 Jul 2

Box 25: folder 41
Tutiakoff, Philemon (Chairman of the Board, Aleutian/ Pribilof Islands Association): statement
1984 Jun 21

Box 25: folder 42
Sub-series E: House Judiciary Committee: Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations 99th Congress
1985-1986


Baker, Lillian: statement and supporting documents
1986 Apr

Box 25: folder 43
Bendetsen, Karl R.: statement and correspondence
1986 Apr-May

Box 25: folder 44
Elam, Charlotte: correspondence
1985 Mar

Box 25: folder 45
Isakson, Evelyn J.: statement
[1986]

Box 25: folder 46
Lowman, David D.: statement
1986 Apr 28

Box 25: folder 47
Potts, Janet (Counsel for the Subcommittee on Administrative Law and Governmental Relations): correspondence
1986 May 7

Box 25: folder 48
Wiener, Frederick B. (Colonel, U.S. Army): statement in the form of correspondence
1986 Apr

Box 25: folder 49
Sub-series F: Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs: Subcommittee on Civil Service, Post Office, and General Services
1984


Witness list and correspondence with Elam, Charlotte
1984 Sep 1

Box 25: folder 50
Treadgold, Catherine (former civil servant): statement
1984 Aug 16

Box 25: folder 51
Series 12: Eberstadt Committee
1945-1949 (bulk 1948)
Boxes 25-27; Oversize box 27

Includes material relating to the Committee on the National Security Organization. The Committee on the National Security Organization was headed by Ferdinand Eberstadt and is commonly known as the Eberstadt Committee. The series also contains material on the Eberstadt Committee's parent organization, the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government, headed by Herbert Hoover and commonly known as the Hoover Commission. (Note: There were two Hoover Commissions. The second one met from 1953 to 1955; JJM was not a member.) Congress's mandate to the Commission was to investigate the organization and methods of operation of all segments of the executive branch, and to make recommendations about limiting expenditures to the lowest amount consistent with the efficient performance of essential services, activities, and functions; eliminating duplication and overlapping of services, activities, and functions; consolidating services, activities, and functions of a similar nature; abolishing services, activities, and functions not necessary to the efficient conduct of government; and defining and limiting executive functions, services, and activities. [Public Law 47-162, sec. 1] Congress's overall goal was to "promote economy, efficiency, and improved service in the transaction of public business." It subsequently enacted many of the commission's recommendations with the Reorganization Act of 1949 and other legislation.

The series is divided into seven sub-series:

Sub-series A: Background Information, 1947-1948, 1980 - General information, lists of Committee members, etc. Arranged in a subjective order of importance.

Sub-series B: Administration, 1948 - Administrative material and correspondence, procedural correspondence, and copies of correspondence between Eberstadt and various individuals. Arranged chronologically within each group. (Note that, in the general correspondence, there is some overlapping of dates across folders.)

Sub-series C: Minutes, 1948 - Committee minutes with agenda and attachments, arranged chronologically.

Sub-series D: National Military Establishment Material, 1948 - Opinions and recommendations regarding the organization of the national military establishment, solicited by the Committee from various departments and individuals. Arranged alphabetically.

Sub-series E: Draft Reports, 1948 - Draft reports and chapters of final report. Each report/chapter focuses on a single major subject, such as education in the military, the National Security Council, and personnel administration. Arranged alphabetically.

Sub-series F: Final Report, 1948 - Final drafts of report to the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government. Arranged sequentially.

Sub-series G: Printed Material, 1945-1948 - Reports and other printed material, probably gathered as background information for meetings. Arranged alphabetically by title.

Sub-series A: Background Information
1947-1948, 1980


Background information
1947, 1980

Box 25: folder 52
Lists of personnel and consultants
1948 Jun 25

Box 25: folder 53
Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government - Key personnel and projects
1948 Jul 28

Box 25: folder 54
Organization for national security (chart)
1948 Mar 9

Box 25: folder 55
Sub-series B: Administration
1948


Administrative material and correspondence (1 of 5)
1948 May-Jun

Box 25: folder 56
Administrative material and correspondence (2 of 5)
1948 Jul-Dec

Box 25: folder 57
Administrative material and correspondence (3 of 5)
1948 Oct-Nov

Box 25: folder 58
Administrative material and correspondence (4 of 5)
1948 Dec-1949 Jan

Box 25: folder 59
Administrative material and correspondence (5 of 5)
1948 Nov-1949 May

Box 25: folder 60
Procedural correspondence (1 of 5)
1948 Jun 23-28

Box 25: folder 61
Procedural correspondence (2 of 5)
1948 Aug 4-24

Box 25: folder 62
Procedural correspondence (3 of 5)
1948 Aug 25-Sep 10

Box 25: folder 63
Procedural correspondence (4 of 5)
1948 Sep 9-Oct 4

Box 25: folder 64
Procedural correspondence (5 of 5), with press release
undated, 1948 Oct 30-Nov 23

Box 25: folder 65
Eberstadt, Ferdinand. Memos from Sec. of Defense James Forrestal, Col. Truman Smith, and Gen. Gilbert E. Cook, re Defense Department and National Security Act
1948 Sep 30-Oct 4

Box 25: folder 66
Eberstadt, Ferdinand. Letters to, re testimony and other Committee business, distributed to Committee members
1948 Oct 14-Nov 8

Box 25: folder 67
Eberstadt, Ferdinand. Letter to military advisers and consultants, with replies
1948 Nov 1-19

Box 25: folder 68
Sub-series C: Minutes
1948


Collated abstracts of Committee minutes
[1948]

Box 25: folder 69
Minutes of meetings, with index
1948 Jun 8-10

Box 25: folder 70
Minutes of meetings, with attachments and index
1948 Jun 29-30

Box 25: folder 71
Minutes of meetings, with index and agenda
1948 Jul 13-14

Box 25: folder 72
Minutes of meetings, with attachments, index, and agenda
1948 Jul 27-28

Box 25: folder 73
Minutes of meetings, with attachments, index, and agenda
1948 Aug 10-11

Box 26: folder 1
Minutes of meetings, with attachments and agenda
1948 Aug 24-25

Box 26: folder 2
Minutes of meetings, with attachments, index, and agenda
1948 Sep 9-10

Box 26: folder 3
Minutes of meetings, with attachments
1948 Oct 5-7

Box 26: folder 4
Minutes of meetings, with attachments and agenda
1948 Oct 18-19

Box 26: folder 5
Minutes of meetings, amended
1948 Oct 18

Box 26: folder 6
Minutes of meeting
1948 Nov 5

Box 26: folder 7
Sub-series D: National Military Establishment Material
1948


Bradley, Gen. Omar (U.S. Army Chief of Staff). Views re organization
1948 Sep 2

Box 26: folder 8
Collins, Gen. Lawton (U.S. Army Deputy Chief of Staff). Views re organization
1948 Sep 1

Box 26: folder 9
Departments of the Army, Navy, and Air Force. Joint recommendations re organization
1948 Sep

Box 26: folder 10
Kenney, W. John (Under Sec. of Navy). Speech: "The first year of unification"
1948 Sep 14

Box 26: folder 11
King, Adm. Ernest J. Views re organization
1948 Oct 9

Box 26: folder 12
Patterson, Robert P. (former Sec. of War). Views re organization
[1948]

Box 26: folder 13
Royall, Kenneth C. (Sec. of the Army). Speech
1948 Sep 18

Box 26: folder 14
Sub-series E: Draft Reports
1948


Central Intelligence Agency
1948 Sep 20

Box 26: folder 15
Civil defense, internal security, psychological warfare, and unconventional warfare
1948 Sep 2, Oct 1, 15

Box 26: folder 16
Defense, Office of the Secretary
1948 Jul 27, Sep 16, Oct 14

Box 26: folder 17
Defense, Chief of Staff for
1948 Oct 13

Box 26: folder 18
Education and training
1948 Sep 17, 30

Box 26: folder 19
Education in the military (materials for meeting)
1945 Dec-1948 Sep

Box Oversize 25: folder 8 Box 26: folder 20
Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Joint Staff
1948 Sep 17

Box 26: folder 21
Joint Chiefs of Staff, Joint Staff, and War Council
1948 Jul 12

Box 26: folder 22
Legislation in the national military establishment
1948 Sep 25

Box 26: folder 23
Manpower mobilization
1948 Sep 29

Box 26: folder 24
Medical services
1948 Sep 28, Oct 6

Box 26: folder 25
Munitions Board
1948 Aug 24, Sep 15

Box 26: folder 26
National Security Council (with NSC concept statement)
1948 [Jul 26], Aug 26, Sep 2

Box 26: folder 27
National Security Resources Board
1948 Aug 25, Sep 20

Box 26: folder 28
Personnel administration policies and practices
1948 Sep 23, Oct 15

Box 26: folder 29
Public relations
1948 Sep 24, Oct 18

Box 26: folder 30
Research and Development Board
1948 Aug 9, Sep 27

Box 26: folder 31
Women in the national military establishment
1948 Sep 20, Sep 23

Box 26: folder 32
Sub-series F: Final Report
1948


Section III [of draft final report?]
1948 Oct 12

Box 26: folder 33
Findings and conclusions section of [draft] final report
[1948 Oct]

Box 27: folder 1
Report to the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government by the Committee on the National Security Organization, November 1, 1948 (corrected draft)
1948 Oct 12

Box 27: folder 2
Report to the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government by the Committee on the National Security Organization, November 15, 1948 (final draft of Vol. I)
1948 Nov 9

Box 27: folder 3
Sub-series G: Printed Material
1945-1948


Andrews Bill - H.R. 6648
1948 May 24

Box 27: folder 4
Central Organisation for Defence. Report to Parliament by Prime Minister [Anthony Eden]
1946 Oct

Box 27: folder 5
"A difficult problem of political transfer." New York Times editorial by Arthur Krock
1948 Aug 26

Box 27: folder 6
Functions of the armed forces and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Joint Army-Navy Bulletin No. 13
1948 May 13

Box 27: folder 7
National Defense Manual. Secretary of Defense
1948 Jun

Box 27: folder 8
National Security Act of 1947 - H.R. 4214. Report to accompany bill
1947 Jul 16

Box 27: folder 9
National security factors in industrial location. National Security Resources Board
1948 Jul 22

Box 27: folder 10
Report by F. Eberstadt to Arthur M. Hill, Chairman of the National Security Resources Board
1948 Jun 4

Box 27: folder 11
Report to Hon. James Forrestal, Sec. of the Navy, on the unification of the War and Navy Departments and postwar organization for national security. Senate Committee on Naval Affairs
1945 Oct 22

Box 27: folder 12
Selective Service Act of 1948 - P.L. 759, S. 2655
1948 Jun 24

Box 27: folder 13
Series 13A: High Commissioner of Germany (HICOG) (Part 1)
1946-1952
Boxes 27-31

Scope and content:

Includes financial records, correspondence, news clippings, and general information related to John J. McCloy's tenure as U.S. High Commissioner for Germany (1949 Jul-1952 Dec). Of particular interest is a set of correspondence between McCloy and Henry A. Byroade, director of the State Department's Office of German and Austrian Affairs in Washington, in which these two long-time associates brief each other in detail on developments in Germany and Washington. In addition, newsclippings and other press coverage material trace McCloy's activities as High Commissioner and the public response to those activities.

The series is divided into six sub-series:

Sub-series A: Correspondence, 1949-1952

State Department - Includes correspondence and memos between JJM and the State Department, especially Henry A. Byroade (Director of the Office of German and Austrian Affairs) and Dean Acheson (Secretary of State). The sub-series is arranged chronologically, with separate folders for the Byroade and Acheson correspondence.

Incoming Congratulatory Correspondence and McCloy's Replies to Congratulatory Correspondence is arranged alphabetically.

"German File" (McCloy's label) - Includes general information about Germany; letters and memos calling JJM's attention to various issues, recommending people for JJM's staff, requesting jobs, and offering services. Arranged alphabetically.

Sub-series B: Financial Records, 1946-1952 - Includes allowance and reimbursement regulations, monthly expenditure statements, guest and personnel lists, and other miscellany. Arranged alphabetically by type. Representation Files include records of allowances, expenditures, and other official financial business, arranged chronologically.

Sub-series C: Press Coverage, 1949-1952 - Includes newsclippings, press releases, and other materials related to press coverage of JJM's activities. Most of the material in this sub-series is in German. Arranged chronologically.

Sub-series D: Nuremberg Trials, 1946-1951 - Consists of Robert H. Jackson's closing address for the United States (press release) and correspondence regarding JJM's review of certain cases and the final report issued in 1951.

Sub-series E: Printed Material, undated, 1947-1952 - Consists of various journals and reports. Of particular importance is the Report on Germany: Sept. 21, 1949-July 31, 1952, which summarizes the developments in Germany during JJM's term as High Commissioner. The material is divided into three sections: General, arranged alphabetically by title; Reports of the Military Governor, U.S. Zone (1946-47), arranged alphabetically by title; and Reports of the United States Commissioner, Military Government, Austria (1946-47), arranged chronologically.

Sub-series F: Retirement, 1952 - Consists of material related to the end of JJM's term as High Commissioner, including Truman's letter accepting JJM's resignation; other correspondence; tributes; newsclippings; and a few photographs. Arranged alphabetically.

Related material:

RELATED SERIES: Series 2: Diaries and Communication Logs, Series 3: Scrapbooks, Series 4: Speeches, Series 13B: High Commissioner of Germany (Part 2), and Series 14: Germany

Arrangement:

Series 13: High Commissioner of Germany (HICOG) is divided into two parts, Series 13A: HICOG (Part 1), 1946-1952 and Series 13B: HICOG (Part 2), 1949-1952.

Sub-series A: Correspondence
1949-1952


Appointment as High Commissioner: Notes of meeting with President Truman, acceptance letter, press release
1949 Apr 30, May 18

Box 27: folder 14
State Department Correspondence



Acheson, Dean (Secretary of State)
undated, 1950 May 18, 1951 Jul-1952 May

Box 27: folder 15
Byroade, Henry A. (Director of German and Austrian Affairs)
1949 Oct 19-1952 Apr 21

Box 27: folder 16
Miscellaneous
1949 May-1952 Feb, with gaps

Box 27: folder 17
Incoming Congratulatory Correspondence Upon Appointment to High Commissioner



A
1949

Box 27: folder 18
B
1949

Box 27: folder 19
C
1949

Box 27: folder 20
D
1949

Box 27: folder 21
E
1949

Box 27: folder 22
F
1949

Box 27: folder 23
G
1949

Box 27: folder 24
H
1949

Box 27: folder 25
I
1949

Box 27: folder 26
J
1949

Box 27: folder 27
K
1949

Box 27: folder 28
L
1949

Box 27: folder 29
M
1949

Box 27: folder 30
N-O
1949

Box 27: folder 31
P
1949

Box 27: folder 32
R
1949

Box 27: folder 33
S
1949

Box 27: folder 34
T
1949

Box 27: folder 35
V
1949

Box 27: folder 36
W
1949

Box 27: folder 37
Y-Z
1949

Box 27: folder 38
Replies to Congratulatory Correspondence



A-C
1949

Box 27: folder 39
D-G
1949

Box 27: folder 40
H-L
1949

Box 27: folder 41
M-P
1949

Box 27: folder 42
R-V
1949

Box 27: folder 43
W-Z
1949

Box 27: folder 44
"German File" Correspondence



Administrative
1949 May-Aug

Box 27: folder 45
A
1949 Jun

Box 27: folder 46
B
1949 Jun-Aug

Box 27: folder 47
C
1949 Apr-Jun

Box 27: folder 48
D
1949 Jun-Aug

Box 27: folder 49
E
1949 Jun-Aug

Box 27: folder 50
F
1949 Jun-Aug

Box 27: folder 51
G
1949 May-Aug

Box 27: folder 52
H
1949 May-Aug

Box 27: folder 53
I
1949 May-Jun

Box 27: folder 54
J
1949 May

Box 27: folder 55
K
1949 Jun-Aug

Box 27: folder 56
L
1949 May-Jun

Box 27: folder 57
M
1949 May-Aug

Box 27: folder 58
N
1949 Jun

Box 28: folder 1
O
1949 May-Jun

Box 28: folder 2
P
1949 Jun

Box 28: folder 3
Personnel
1947, 1949

Box 28: folder 4
Q
1949 May

Box 28: folder 5
R
1949 Apr-Jun

Box 28: folder 6
S
1947 Jun, 1949 May-Aug

Box 28: folder 7
T
1949 Jun-Aug

Box 28: folder 8
V
1949 May

Box 28: folder 9
W-Z
1949 Apr-Aug

Box 28: folder 10
Sub-series B: Financial Records
1946-1952


Allowance and reimbursement regulations
1946-1950, with gaps

Box 28: folder 11
Bills
1952 Apr-Jun

Box 28: folder 12
Guest and personnel lists
circa 1950

Box 28: folder 13
Ledger - expenses
1949-1952

Box 28: folder 14
Monthly expenditure statements
1950 Jan-1952 Jul, with gaps

Box 28: folder 15
Representation Files
1949-1952


Representation files - 1949
1949 Jul-Aug

Box 28: folder 16
Representation files - 1949
1949 Sep

Box 28: folder 17
Representation files - 1949
1949 Oct

Box 28: folder 18
Representation files - 1949
1949 Nov

Box 28: folder 19
Representation files - 1949
1949 Dec

Box 28: folder 20
Representation files - 1950
1950 Jan

Box 28: folder 21
Representation files - 1950
1950 Feb

Box 28: folder 22