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

List of unpublished sources,   pp. VII-XI ff. PDF (1.3 MB)

Page XI

Whitman File
    Papers of Dwight D. Eisenhower as President, 1953-1961, maintained by
his per-
    sonal secretary, Ann C. Whitman. The Whitman File includes the following
    ments: the Name Series, Dulles-Herter Series, Eisenhower Diaries, Ann
    man (ACW) Diaries, National Security Council Records, Miscellaneous Records,
    Cabinet Papers, Legislative Meetings, International Meetings, Administration
    Series, and the International File.
National Archives, Washington, D.C.
JCS Records
    National Archives Record Group 218, Records of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Secretary's Press Conferences
    Transcripts of news conferences of the Secretary of State, 1929-1969,
as main-
    tained by the Office of Press Relations and its predecessors, National
    Record Group 59, General Records of the Department of State.
Princeton University
H. Alexander Smith Papers
    Papers of H. Alexander Smith, Senator from New Jersey, 1944-1959, and
    member of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, 1946-1959.
Harry S. Truman Library, Independence, Missouri
Truman Papers, President's Secretary's File (PSF)
   Papers of Harry S. Truman as President, 1945-1953, maintained by his personal
Washington National Records Center, Suitland, Maryland
Taipei Embassy Files, FRC 68 A 5159, Item 147
    Lot 62 F 83: Top Secret files of the Embassy in Taiwan for the years
Tokyo Embassy Files, FRC 59 A 543, Item 34
    Lot 59 F 23: Classified files of the Mission in Japan from January 1,
1950 to
    April 29, 1952.
Tokyo Embassy Files, FRC 62 A 308, Item 14
    Lot 61 F 163: Classified and unclassified files of the Embassy in Japan
    April 29, 1952 through 1955.

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