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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1952-1954. Indochina (in two parts)
(1952-1954)

List of sources,   pp. IX-XIV PDF (1.6 MB)


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LIST OF SOURCES
S/S-NSC Files, Lot 63 D 351
     Serial master file of National Security Council documents and correspondence
     and related Department of State memoranda for the years 1947-1961, as
     maintained by the Executive Secretariat.
 S/S-NSC (Miscellaneous) Files, Lot 66 D 95
    Administrative and miscellaneous National Security Council documentation,
    including NSC Records of Action, as maintained by the Executive Secre-
    tariat for the years 1947-1963.
S/S-NSC Files, Lot 66 D 148
    Miscellaneous files concerning subjects considered by the National Security
    Council during the period 1949-1962, as maintained by the Executive
    Secretariat.
 State-JCS Meetings, Lot 61 D 417
    Top secret records of meetings between the Joint Chiefs of Staff and
repre-
    sentatives of the Department of State for the period 1951-1959 and selected
    problem files on the Middle East for the period 1954-1956, as maintained
    by the Executive Secretariat.
Vietnam Desk Files, Lot 58 D 257
    Subject files of the Officer in Charge of Vietnamese Affairs, Bureau
of Far
    Eastern Affairs, for the years 1954-1955.
United States Mission at the United Nations, New York
USUN Files
    Files of the United States Mission at the United Nations.
Agency for International Development (files of predecessor agencies, the
Mutual
    Security Administration and the Foreign Operations Administration)
MSA-FOA Message Files, FRC 55 A 374
    Telegrams, airgrams, despatches, and reports to and from all overseas
    missions from January 1, 1953 to June 30, 1954 as maintained byMSA-FOA
    headquarters.
MSA-FOA Director's Files, FRC 56 A 632
    General subject and country file from the Office of the MSA-FOA Director
    covering all aspects of the foreign aid program for the years 1952-1955.
Dwight D. Eisenhower Library, Abilene, Kansas
Dulles Paperis
    Records of John Foster Dulles, 1952-1959.
Whitman File
    Papers of Dwight D. Eisenhower as President of the United States, 1953-
    1961, maintained by his personal Secretary, Ann C. Whitman. The Whitman
    File includes the following elements: the Name Series, the Dulles-Herter
    Series, Eisenhower Diaries, Ann Whitman (ACW) Diaries, National Secu-
    rity Council Records, Miscellaneous Records, Cabinet Papers, Legislative
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