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The Presidential Historical materials of Frederic V. Malek, Special Assistant to the President, are in the custody of the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of Title I of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-526, 88 Stat. 1695) and implementing regulations. In accordance with the Act and agency regulations, archivists reviewed the file group to identify personal and private materials and non-historical items. These items have been returned.

Materials covered by the Act have been archivally processed and are described in this register. Items that are security classified or otherwise restricted under the Act and regulations have been removed and placed in a closed file. A Document Withdrawal Record (GSA Form 7279) with a description of each restricted document has been inserted at the beginning of each folder from which materials have been removed. A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.

Employees of the National Archives will review periodically the unclassified portions of closed materials for the purpose of opening those which no longer require restriction. Certain classified documents may be declassified under authority of Executive Order 13526 in response to a Mandatory Review Request (NA Form 14020) submitted by the researcher.

  • Linear feet of materials:  30 linear feet, 11 linear inches
  • Number of boxes:  49
  • Approximate number of pages:  24,000

Biographical Note

Fred Malek was born in Berwyn, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, on December 22, 1936. Malek, the son of a beer salesman and the grandson of Czechoslovakian and Yugoslavian immigrants, graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1959 and served in Vietnam as an Army Ranger and Green Beret with the Special Forces. When he returned from military duty, he graduated from Harvard Business School in 1964 with a Master of Business Administration. After working briefly as a management consultant for McKinsey & Co., Malek and two partners bought Utica Tool Company, a failing tool manufacturer, in 1967. They renamed it Triangle Corporation and continued to purchase other tool companies to expand production.

In 1969, Malek left Triangle Corporation to become HEW Secretary Robert H. Finch’s deputy undersecretary. Malek’s portfolio was to make HEW more responsive, and he quickly impressed Finch and others by curtailing red tape and discharging personnel, earning himself the nickname “the hatchet” because of his tenacity. President Nixon’s Chief of Staff H.R. “Bob” Haldeman subsequently made Malek White House personnel chief, and Malek thus became responsible for recruiting candidates for high-ranking appointed positions on the White House staff.

One of Malek’s projects while under the Nixon administration was recruiting women to serve in civil service offices. Malek turned to staff assistant Barbara Hackman Franklin to carry out that goal, and the pressure they applied to executive agencies to hire women led to an increase in the number of women in the top levels of the federal government.

Malek’s self-proclaimed greatest mistake occurred later in that year, when he acquiesced to Nixon’s demand to provide a list of all Jewish employees of the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Under pressure from Nixon and Haldeman, he supplied Nixon with a list of thirteen people he thought had Jewish surnames. Two of them were subsequently demoted. In 1972, Malek initiated the “responsiveness program,” a way to gain political support for Nixon’s re-election by using federal resources and grants to influence key states and voting blocs, especially minority groups. The Senate Watergate Committee later investigated and censured this program. Malek also served as deputy chief of the Committee to Re-elect the President in 1972.

Malek joined Marriot Hotels in 1975 as a senior vice president; he served as president from 1981 to 1988. He participated in the buyout of Northwest Airlines and was its president and chairman from 1989 to 1991. After contributing to the acquisition of CB Richard Ellis in 1989, Malek became co-chairman of the global real estate company until 1996. He also had important roles in the buyouts of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, and of the Texas Rangers baseball team, which he co-owned with other Republican financiers and George W. Bush. Malek founded two private equity firms, Thayer Capital Partners and Thayer Lodging Group, in 1991.

Since the Nixon administration, Malek has continued to advise presidents. He served under President Reagan on the President’s Council on Cost Control, the President’s Commission on Private Sector Initiatives, and the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports. Under President George H. W. Bush, Malek was director of the 1990 Economic Summit of Industrialized Nations, for which he became a lifetime ambassador. From April 2007 to June 2008, Malek also served as the finance chairman for John McCain’s presidential campaign.

In 1978, Malek published Washington’s Hidden Tragedy: The Failure to Make Government Work, a critique of government bureaucracy. He currently lives with his wife Marlene in McLean, Virginia. They have two children and three grandchildren.

Scope and Content Note

The materials of Frederic Malek encompass the years 1969 to 1973, and relate to Malek’s roles as Deputy Undersecretary of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) (1969 to late 1970) and head of the White House Personnel Operation (WHPO) (late 1970 to 1973). The papers are separated into two series: Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) and White House Personnel Operation (WHPO).

The first series consists of materials relating to Malek’s time at HEW (these files were presumably moved when Malek left HEW for the WHPO). This series is comprised of three sub-series: Correspondence, Subject Files, Speeches and Personal. The correspondence sub-series includes memoranda between Malek and the HEW Secretaries Robert Finch and Elliot Richardson. The subject files consist of materials mostly relating to open positions at HEW, and are arranged alphabetically. The speeches sub-series consists of research materials for speeches given by Malek while at HEW, and are arranged chronologically by speech. Research materials for speeches either not given or not identified are included at the end of the sub-series. The personal sub-series is made up of materials of a personal nature including financial and travel, and are arranged alphabetically.

The second series consists of materials from Malek’s office with the White House Personnel Operation (WHPO). The files are separated into three sub-series: Correspondence, Subject Files, and Reports. The correspondence sub-series include memoranda and letters between Malek and individuals within the White House and government department and agencies. Such individuals include H.R. Haldeman and Charles Colson, cabinet secretaries and the general public. Additionally there is correspondence from and to one of Malek’s assistants, Jerry Jones.  The subject files consist of materials relating to Malek’s work in the personnel office. The materials are arranged alphabetically, with positions identified as within a certain department placed with the department main file as applicable (i.e. Department of Defense followed Assistant Secretary of the Army). Included at the end of the subject files is a collection of resumes consisting of “black candidates” for jobs within the government. The reports sub-series were compiled by Malek and his staff detailing positions and employees within the government. These materials are arranged chronologically.

 [See Also:  Malek's White House Special Files and the Committee for the Re-Election of the President Commission: Frederic Malek Papers]

Series Description

Boxes:   1-9
Series:   Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - late 1970
Description:  These materials are separated into four sub-series: Correspondence, Subject Files, Speeches and Personal.

Boxes:   10-49
Series:   White House Personnel Operation (WHPO) | Folder Title List
Spans:   Late 1970 - 1973
Description:  These materials are separated into three sub-series: Correspondence, Subject Files, and Reports.

Folder Title List

Series I: Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW)

Box 1

Sub-Series A: Correspondence

[Memorandum to the Secretary of HEW] (1 of 4)
[Memorandum to the Secretary of HEW] (2 of 4)
[Memorandum to the Secretary of HEW] (3 of 4)
[Memorandum to the Secretary of HEW] (4 of 4)

Sub-Series B: Subject Files

Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (1 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (2 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (3 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (4 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (5 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (6 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (7 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (8 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (9 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (10 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (11 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils (12 of 13)
Advisory Boards, Committees, Councils: Pending (13 of 13)
Alan May
Assistant Secretary for Administration (1 of 11)
Assistant Secretary for Administration (2 of 11)
Assistant Secretary for Administration (3 of 11)

Box 2

Assistant Secretary for Administration (4 of 11)
Assistant Secretary for Administration (5 of 11)
Assistant Secretary for Administration (6 of 11)
Assistant Secretary for Administration (7 of 11)
Assistant Secretary for Administration (8 of 11)
Assistant Secretary for Administration (9 of 11)
Assistant Secretary for Administration (10 of 11)
Assistant Secretary for Administration (11 of 11)
Assistant Secretary for Administration: NEW CAREERS
Assistant Secretary for Administration: PERSONNEL, Career Development Council (1 of 3)
Assistant Secretary for Administration: PERSONNEL, Career Development Council (2 of 3)
Assistant Secretary for Administration: PERSONNEL, Career Development Council (3 of 3)
Assistant Secretary for Community & Field Services (1 of 4)
Assistant Secretary for Community & Field Services (2 of 4)
Assistant Secretary for Community & Field Services (3 of 4)
Assistant Secretary for Community & Field Services (4 of 4)
Assistant Secretary for Community & Field Services: Center for Community Planning
Assistant Secretary for Community & Field Services: Office of Field Coordination
Assistant Secretary for Community & Field Services: Regional Councils (1 of 4)
Assistant Secretary for Community & Field Services: Regional Councils (2 of 4)
Assistant Secretary for Community & Field Services: Regional Councils (3 of 4)
Assistant Secretary for Community & Field Services: Regional Councils (4 of 4)
Assistant Secretary for Community & Field Services: Student and Youth Affairs

Box 3

Assistant Secretary / Comptroller (1 of 4)
Assistant Secretary / Comptroller (2 of 4)
Assistant Secretary / Comptroller (3 of 4)
Assistant Secretary / Comptroller (4 of 4)
Assistant Secretary for Education
Assistant Secretary for Health & Scientific Affairs (1 of 5)
Assistant Secretary for Health & Scientific Affairs (2 of 5)
Assistant Secretary for Health & Scientific Affairs (3 of 5)
Assistant Secretary for Health & Scientific Affairs (4 of 5)
Assistant Secretary for Health & Scientific Affairs (5 of 5)
Assistant Secretary for Health & Scientific Affairs: Projects – Reorganization AS/HAS
Assistant Secretary for Legislation
Assistant Secretary for Planning & Evaluation
Assistant Secretary for Planning & Evaluation: American Management Systems Contract
Assistant Secretary for Planning & Evaluation: Telecommunications
ANNUAL MANAGEMENT PLAN – 1970 (1 of 3)
ANNUAL MANAGEMENT PLAN – 1970 (2 of 3)
ANNUAL MANAGEMENT PLAN – 1970 (3 of 3)
Cabinet Committee on Desegregation
[Commissioned Corps]
CONGRESSIONAL RELATIONS
[Current Vacancies]
[Division of Personnel Operations]

Box 4

[Division of Student Financial Aid]
DOMESTIC COUNCIL
Dr. JOSEPH ENGLISH
[Drug Abuse / Addiction]
Environmental Protection Administration (1 of 7)
Environmental Protection Administration (2 of 7)
Environmental Protection Administration (3 of 7)
Environmental Protection Administration (4 of 7)
Environmental Protection Administration (5 of 7)
Environmental Protection Administration (6 of 7)
Environmental Protection Administration (7 of 7)
EXECUTIVE MANPOWER BOARD
Health Manpower Organization Study (1 of 2)
Health Manpower Organization Study (2 of 2)
[Health Manpower Study]
[Health and Scientific Affairs OAS (H&SA)]
[The History of FAP Planning]
[Jim Moore]
[Management Planning Group]
MENTAL HEALTH & RETARDATION STUDY (1 of 1)
[O.C.D. – Office of Childhood Development]
Office of Management and Budget (1 of 2)
Office of Management and Budget (2 of 2)

Box 5

Organizing and Managing the Office of Child Development, November 1970
[Outline of HEW Personnel Strategy]
[PASS – Partnership for Social Services]
Personnel – General (1 of 4)
Personnel – General (2 of 4)
Personnel – General (3 of 4)
Personnel – General (4 of 4)
[Personnel – John Walden]
[Personnel Operation – Reorganization] (1 of 2)
[Personnel Operation – Reorganization] (2 of 2)
[Personnel – Positions]
Political Clearance Memos (1 of 7)
Political Clearance Memos (2 of 7)
Political Clearance Memos (3 of 7)
Political Clearance Memos (4 of 7)
Political Clearance Memos (5 of 7)
Political Clearance Memos (6 of 7)
Political Clearance Memos (7 of 7)
Political Clearance Memos: Political Coordination Group
[Political Coordination Group]

Box 6

[Political Priority List for Replacements]
[Preliminary Project Assignments]
[Proposed Executive Assistants to the Secretary]
Public Health Service – Commissioned Corps (1 of 4)
Public Health Service – Commissioned Corps (2 of 4)
Public Health Service – Commissioned Corps (3 of 4)
Public Health Service – Commissioned Corps (4 of 4)
[Regional Directors]
[Resumes]
[Saturday Morning Meetings]
SHEIRY, Nancy Lee Miss (1 of 2)
SHEIRY, Nancy Lee Miss (2 of 2)
[1. Staff Meeting]
[Staffing of Executive Manpower Board]
[White House Report on Non-Career Positions]

Sub-Series C: Speeches

SPEECHES – Orangebury – Calhoun Technical Center 5/16/69
SPEECHES, Washington Rotary Club October 22, 1969
SPEECH – December 3, 1969 – New York NAM Congress of American Industry
[A Chance to Learn: An Action Agenda for equal opportunity in Higher Education Mar. 2, 1970]
SPEECH – Washington, D.C. – Georgetown University “Post Vietnam: The American
Economy” Tuesday, March 10, 1970 (1 of 2)
SPEECH – Washington, D.C. – Georgetown University “Post Vietnam: The American
Economy” Tuesday, March 10, 1970 (2 of 2)
[Article – Washington Post – Mar 11, 1970 “School Ideas Divide Board”]
SPEECH – Chicago Better Business Bureau – Wednesday, March 18, 1970 (1 of 4)
SPEECH – Chicago Better Business Bureau – Wednesday, March 18, 1970 (2 of 4)
SPEECH – Chicago Better Business Bureau – Wednesday, March 18, 1970 (3 of 4)
SPEECH – Chicago Better Business Bureau – Wednesday, March 18, 1970 (4 of 4)
[Fifth National College Relations Conference – Dallas – March 19-20, 1970]
SPEECH – Dallas – National Alliance of Businessmen (Fifth National College Relations Conf.)
March 20, 1970 Friday (1 of 3)

Box 7

SPEECH – Dallas – National Alliance of Businessmen (Fifth National College Relations Conf.)
March 20, 1970 Friday (2 of 3)
SPEECH – Dallas – National Alliance of Businessmen (Fifth National College Relations Conf.)
March 20, 1970 Friday (3 of 3)
SPEECH – Washington, D.C. – MIT Alfred P. Sloan Fellows Program Wednesday, April 1,
1970
SPEECH – Long Beach, Calif. – Long Beach Metropolitan YMCA – Friday, April 10, 1970
SPEECH – St. Leo, Florida – Dedication and Commencement Leo College, Sunday, April 26th,
1970 (1 of 3)
SPEECH – St. Leo, Florida – Dedication and Commencement Leo College, Sunday, April 26th,
1970 (2 of 3)
SPEECH – St. Leo, Florida – Dedication and Commencement Leo College, Sunday, April 26th,
1970 (3 of 3)
SPEECH – Executive Program Association UCLA Grad. Sch. of Bus. Adm., Tuesday, May 12,
1970 – Washington, D.C.
U.S. Mission to the USSR on Health Planning – May 15 - June 5, 1970 (1 of 2)
U.S. Mission to the USSR on Health Planning – May 15 - June 5, 1970 (2 of 2)
FREDERIC V. MALEK PERSONAL: SPEECH – Denver, Colorado – National Jewish Hospital Monday, June 15, 1970 (1 of 2)
FREDERIC V. MALEK PERSONAL: SPEECH – Denver, Colorado – National Jewish Hospital Monday, June 15, 1970 (2 of 2)    
[The Clearinghouse Conference Report – Atlanta, Georgia – July 14-15, 1969]
SPEECHES: PANEL DISCUSSION – Washington, D.C. – Federal Management Improvement
Conference – September 21 & 22, 1970 (1 of 2)
SPEECHES: PANEL DISCUSSION – Washington, D.C. – Federal Management Improvement
Conference – September 21 & 22, 1970 (2 of 2)
SPEECHES: SPEECH – Chicago, Illinois – Czechoslovak Society of America – Wednesday,
August 5, 1970 (1 of 2)
SPEECHES: SPEECH – Chicago, Illinois – Czechoslovak Society of America – Wednesday,
August 5, 1970 (2 of 2)
[Black Colleges]
CHICAGO BRIEFING MATERIAL FOR DUPUTY UNDER SECRETARY FRED MALEK
(1 of 2)
CHICAGO BRIEFING MATERIAL FOR DUPUTY UNDER SECRETARY FRED MALEK
(2 of 2)
[Higher Education Reform Message – 2nd Draft]
SPEECHES [empty]

Box 8

SPEECHES: SPEECH MATERIAL GENERAL
[Memorandum for Conference with Secretary of USDA Committee of Land Grant College
Presidents]

Sub-Series D: Personal

CALLING CARDS [empty]
Correspondence – Personal (1 of 10)
Correspondence – Personal (2 of 10)
Correspondence – Personal (3 of 10)
Correspondence – Personal (4 of 10)
Correspondence – Personal (5 of 10)
Correspondence – Personal (6 of 10)
Correspondence – Personal (7 of 10)
Correspondence – Personal (8 of 10)
Correspondence – Personal (9 of 10)
Correspondence – Personal (10 of 10)
FAVORS (1969) (1 of 4)
FAVORS (1969) (2 of 4)
FAVORS (1969) (3 of 4)
FAVORS (1969) (4 of 4)
FREDERIC V. MALEK – Personal (Financial) (1 of 7)
FREDERIC V. MALEK – Personal (Financial): TRIANGLE CORP. (2 of 7)
FREDERIC V. MALEK – Personal (Financial): TRIANGLE CORP. (3 of 7)
FREDERIC V. MALEK – Personal (Financial): TRIANGLE CORP. (4 of 7)
FREDERIC V. MALEK – Personal (Financial): PLANNING MATERIAL (5 of 7)
FREDERIC V. MALEK – Personal (Financial): PLANNING MATERIAL (6 of 7)
FREDERIC V. MALEK – Personal (Financial): CALIFORNIANS in Government (7 of 7)
FREDERIC V. MALEK PERSONAL: Delaware River Basin Commission

Box 9

Malek – Congratulatory Letters
Malek, Invitations (1 of 4)
Malek, Invitations (2 of 4)
Malek, Invitations (3 of 4)
Malek, Invitations (4 of 4)
MALEK – Statement of Financial Interest
MALEK, Stock Powers (1 of 1)
MALEK, William Jump Memorial Foundation
MCKINSEY & COMPANY (1 of 2)
MCKINSEY & COMPANY (2 of 2)
TRAVEL – Frederic V. Malek (1 of 4)
TRAVEL – Frederic V. Malek (2 of 4)
TRAVEL – Frederic V. Malek (3 of 4)
TRAVEL – Frederic V. Malek (4 of 4)
PUBLICATIONS (Articles)

Series II: White House Personnel Operation (WHPO)

Box 10

Sub-Series A: Correspondence

Chronological File October 1971 – Dec 31, 1972 (1 of 3)
Chronological File October 1971 – Dec 31, 1972 (2 of 3)
Chronological File October 1971 – Dec 31, 1972 (3 of 3)
CHRONOLOGICAL FILE JANUARY 1, 1972 – MARCH 31, 1972 (1 of 4)
CHRONOLOGICAL FILE JANUARY 1, 1972 – MARCH 31, 1972 (2 of 4) CHRONOLOGICAL FILE JANUARY 1, 1972 – MARCH 31, 1972 (3 of 4) CHRONOLOGICAL FILE JANUARY 1, 1972 – MARCH 31, 1972 (4 of 4)
CHRONOLOGICAL FILE APRIL 1, 1972, MAY 31, 1972 (1 of 2)
CHRONOLOGICAL FILE APRIL 1, 1972, MAY 31, 1972 (2 of 2)
JUNE CHRONS 1972
JULY CHRONS 1972
AUGUST CHRONS 1972
SEPTEMBER CHRONS 1972
OCTOBER CHRONS 1972

Box 11

Reading File – October, 1970 (1 of 5)
Reading File – October, 1970 (2 of 5)
Reading File – October, 1970 (3 of 5)
Reading File – October, 1970 (4 of 5)
Reading File – October, 1970 (5 of 5)
Reading File – November, 1970 (1 of 3)
Reading File – November, 1970 (2 of 3)
Reading File – November, 1970 (3 of 3)
Reading File – December, 1970 (1 of 5)
Reading File – December, 1970 (2 of 5)
Reading File – December, 1970 (3 of 5)
Reading File – December, 1970 (4 of 5)
Reading File – December, 1970 (5 of 5)
Reading File – January, 1971 (1 of 4)
Reading File – January, 1971 (2 of 4)
Reading File – January, 1971 (3 of 4)
Reading File – January, 1971 (4 of 4)
Reading File – February, 1971 (1 of 5)
Reading File – February, 1971 (2 of 5)
Reading File – February, 1971 (3 of 5)
Reading File – February, 1971 (4 of 5)
Reading File – February, 1971 (5 of 5)

Box 12

Reading File – March, 1971 (1 of 7)
Reading File – March, 1971 (2 of 7)
Reading File – March, 1971 (3 of 7)
Reading File – March, 1971 (4 of 7)
Reading File – March, 1971 (5 of 7)
Reading File – March, 1971 (6 of 7)
Reading File – March, 1971 (7 of 7)
Reading File – April, 1971 (1 of 5)
Reading File – April, 1971 (2 of 5)
Reading File – April, 1971 (3 of 5)
Reading File – April, 1971 (4 of 5)
Reading File – April, 1971 (5 of 5)
Reading File – May, 1971 (1 of 5)
Reading File – May, 1971 (2 of 5)
Reading File – May, 1971 (3 of 5)
Reading File – May, 1971 (4 of 5)
Reading File – May, 1971 (5 of 5)
Reading File – June, 1971 (1 of 5)
Reading File – June, 1971 (2 of 5)
Reading File – June, 1971 (3 of 5)
Reading File – June, 1971 (4 of 5)
Reading File – June, 1971 (5 of 5)

Box 13

Reading File – July, 1971 (1 of 4)
Reading File – July, 1971 (2 of 4)
Reading File – July, 1971 (3 of 4)
Reading File – July, 1971 (4 of 4)
Reading File – August, 1971 (1 of 3)
Reading File – August, 1971 (2 of 3)
Reading File – August, 1971 (3 of 3)
Reading File – September, 1971 (1 of 5)
Reading File – September, 1971 (2 of 5)
Reading File – September, 1971 (3 of 5)
Reading File – September, 1971 (4 of 5)
Reading File – September, 1971 (5 of 5)
Miscellaneous Malek
Miscellaneous Jones Correspondence (1 of 7)
Miscellaneous Jones Correspondence (2 of 7)
Miscellaneous Jones Correspondence (3 of 7)
Miscellaneous Jones Correspondence (4 of 7)
Miscellaneous Jones Correspondence (5 of 7)
Miscellaneous Jones Correspondence (6 of 7)
Miscellaneous Jones Correspondence (7 of 7)

Box 14

Sub-Series B: Subject Files

ACTION (former Peace Corps) (1 of 11)
ACTION (former Peace Corps) (2 of 11)
ACTION (former Peace Corps) (3 of 11)
ACTION (former Peace Corps) (4 of 11)
ACTION (former Peace Corps) (5 of 11)
ACTION (former Peace Corps) (6 of 11)
ACTION (former Peace Corps) (7 of 11)
ACTION (former Peace Corps) (8 of 11)
ACTION (former Peace Corps) (9 of 11)
ACTION (former Peace Corps) (10 of 11)
ACTION (former Peace Corps) (11 of 11)
AEC [Atomic Energy Commission]
Cabinet Committee on Spanish-Speaking Americans (1 of 4)
Cabinet Committee on Spanish-Speaking Americans (2 of 4)
Cabinet Committee on Spanish-Speaking Americans (3 of 4)
Cabinet Committee on Spanish-Speaking Americans (4 of 4)
Department of Agriculture (1 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (2 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (3 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (4 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (5 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (6 of 17)

Box 15

Department of Agriculture (7 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (8 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (9 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (10 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (11 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (12 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (13 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (14 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (15 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (16 of 17)
Department of Agriculture (17 of 17)
Department of Commerce (1 of 11)
Department of Commerce (2 of 11)
Department of Commerce (3 of 11)
Department of Commerce (4 of 11)
Department of Commerce (5 of 11)
Department of Commerce (6 of 11)
Department of Commerce (7 of 11)
Department of Commerce (8 of 11)
Department of Commerce (9 of 11)
Department of Commerce (10 of 11)
Department of Commerce (11 of 11)
Census Bureau (Dept. of Commerce) (1 of 3)
Census Bureau (Dept. of Commerce) (2 of 3)
Census Bureau (Dept. of Commerce) (3 of 3)

Box 16

Department of Defense (1 of 5)
Department of Defense (2 of 5)
Department of Defense (3 of 5)
Department of Defense (4 of 5)
Department of Defense (5 of 5)
DOD [Department of Defense] (1 of 3)
DOD [Department of Defense] (2 of 3)
DOD [Department of Defense] (3 of 3)
Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations & Logistics (1 of 1)
Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower & Reserve Affairs (1 of 1)
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Administration (1 of 1)
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health & Environment (1 of 1)
Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Manpower & Reserve Affairs (1 of 1)
Court of Military Appeals (U.S.) (1 of 5)
Court of Military Appeals (U.S.) (2 of 5)
Court of Military Appeals (U.S.) (3 of 5)
Court of Military Appeals (U.S.) (4 of 5)
Court of Military Appeals (U.S.) (5 of 5)
Deputy Secretary of Defense (1 of 3)
Deputy Secretary of Defense (2 of 3)
Deputy Secretary of Defense (3 of 3)
General Counsel of the Army (1 of 1)
General Counsel of the Navy (1 of 1)
Office of Civil Defense
Secretary of the Army (1 of 2)
Secretary of the Army (2 of 2)
Secretary of the Navy (1 of 3)
Secretary of the Navy (2 of 3)

Box 17

Secretary of the Navy (3 of 3)
Under Secretary of the Army (1 of 1)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (1 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (2 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (3 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (4 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (5 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (6 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (7 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (8 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (9 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (10 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (11 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (12 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (13 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (14 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (15 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (16 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (17 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (18 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (19 of 20)
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (20 of 20)
Dr. Bertram Brown (1 of 2)
Dr. Bertram Brown (2 of 2)
Food and Drug Administration (1 of 2)

Box 18

Food and Drug Administration (2 of 2)
Office of Education (1 of 2)
Office of Education (2 of 2)
Department of Housing and Urban Development (1 of 9)
Department of Housing and Urban Development (2 of 9)
Department of Housing and Urban Development (3 of 9)
Department of Housing and Urban Development (4 of 9)
Department of Housing and Urban Development (5 of 9)
Department of Housing and Urban Development (6 of 9)
Department of Housing and Urban Development (7 of 9)
Department of Housing and Urban Development (8 of 9)
Department of Housing and Urban Development (9 of 9)
I. HUD
Department of the Interior (1 of 16)
Department of the Interior (2 of 16)
Department of the Interior (3 of 16)
Department of the Interior (4 of 16)
Department of the Interior (5 of 16)
Department of the Interior (6 of 16)
Department of the Interior (7 of 16)
Department of the Interior (8 of 16)
Department of the Interior (9 of 16)
Department of the Interior (10 of 16)
Department of the Interior (11 of 16)
Department of the Interior (12 of 16)
Department of the Interior (13 of 16)

Box 19

Department of the Interior (14 of 16)
Department of the Interior (15 of 16)
Department of the Interior (16 of 16)
Department of Justice (1 of 10)
Department of Justice (2 of 10)
Department of Justice (3 of 10)
Department of Justice (4 of 10)
Department of Justice (5 of 10)
Department of Justice (6 of 10)
Department of Justice (7 of 10)
Department of Justice (8 of 10)
Department of Justice (9 of 10)
Department of Justice (10 of 10)
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA)
Department of Labor (1 of 12)
Department of Labor (2 of 12)
Department of Labor (3 of 12)
Department of Labor (4 of 12)
Department of Labor (5 of 12)
Department of Labor (6 of 12)
Department of Labor (7 of 12)
Department of Labor (8 of 12)
Department of Labor (9 of 12)
Department of Labor (10 of 12)
Department of Labor (11 of 12)
Department of Labor (12 of 12)
LABOR (1 of 4)
LABOR (2 of 4)

Box 20

LABOR (3 of 4)
LABOR (4 of 4)
LABOR (1 of 5)
LABOR (2 of 5)
LABOR (3 of 5)
LABOR (4 of 5)
LABOR (5 of 5)
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (1 of 9)
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (2 of 9)
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (3 of 9)
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (4 of 9)
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (5 of 9)
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (6 of 9)
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (7 of 9)
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (8 of 9)
Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (9 of 9)
NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD (1 of 2)
NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD (2 of 2)
Department of State (1 of 18)
Department of State (2 of 18)
Department of State (3 of 18)

Box 21

Department of State (4 of 18)
Department of State (5 of 18)
Department of State (6 of 18)
Department of State (7 of 18)
Department of State (8 of 18)
Department of State (9 of 18)
Department of State (10 of 18)
Department of State (11 of 18)
Department of State (12 of 18)
Department of State (13 of 18)
Department of State (14 of 18)
Department of State (15 of 18)
Department of State (16 of 18)
Department of State (17 of 18)
Department of State (18 of 18)
State Dept. – Chief of Protocol (1 of 1)
Department of Transportation (1 of 9)
Department of Transportation (2 of 9)
Department of Transportation (3 of 9)
Department of Transportation (4 of 9)
Department of Transportation (5 of 9)
Department of Transportation (6 of 9)
Department of Transportation (7 of 9)
Department of Transportation (8 of 9)
Department of Transportation (9 of 9)

Box 22

I. CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD
CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD PC [empty]
Federal Rail Administration (1 of 3)
Federal Rail Administration (2 of 3)
Federal Rail Administration (3 of 3)
NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD
NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD: DOT (1 OF 4)
NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD: DOT (2 OF 4)
NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD: DOT (3 OF 4)
NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD: DOT (4 OF 4)
National Transportation Safety Board (1 of 3)
National Transportation Safety Board (2 of 3)
National Transportation Safety Board (3 of 3)
RAILPAX, Inc. (1 of 2)
RAILPAX, Inc. (2 of 2)
Department of Treasury (1 of 8)
Department of Treasury (2 of 8)
Department of Treasury (3 of 8)
Department of Treasury (4 of 8)
Department of Treasury (5 of 8)
Department of Treasury (6 of 8)
Department of Treasury (7 of 8)

Box 23

Department of Treasury (8 of 8)
Comptroller of Currency (1 of 5)
Comptroller of Currency (2 of 5)
Comptroller of Currency (3 of 5)
Comptroller of Currency (4 of 5)
Comptroller of Currency (5 of 5)
U.S. Tax Court (1 of 3)
U.S. Tax Court (2 of 3)
U.S. Tax Court (3 of 3)
U.S. Treasurer (1 of 8)
U.S. Treasurer (2 of 8)
U.S. Treasurer (3 of 8)
U.S. Treasurer (4 of 8)
U.S. Treasurer (5 of 8)
U.S. Treasurer (6 of 8)
U.S. Treasurer (7 of 8)
U.S. Treasurer (8 of 8)
EEOC PC [empty]
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (1 of 6)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (2 of 6)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (3 of 6)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (4 of 6)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (5 of 6)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (6 of 6)
[Ethnic Appointments and Hiring, 1972-73 1 of 3] [Fugitive File] (1 of 4)
[Ethnic Appointments and Hiring, 1972-73 1 of 3] [Fugitive File] (2 of 4)

Box 24

[Ethnic Appointments and Hiring, 1972-73 1 of 3] [Fugitive File] (3 of 4)
[Ethnic Appointments and Hiring, 1972-73 1 of 3] [Fugitive File] (4 of 4)
[Ethnic Appointments and Hiring, 1972-73 2 of 3] [Fugitive File] (1 of 3)
[Ethnic Appointments and Hiring, 1972-73 2 of 3] [Fugitive File] (2 of 3)
[Ethnic Appointments and Hiring, 1972-73 2 of 3] [Fugitive File] (3 of 3)
[Ethnic Appointments and Hiring, 1972-73 3 of 3] [Fugitive File] (1 of 1)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) (1 of 2)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) (2 of 2)
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (1 of 8)
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (2 of 8)
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (3 of 8)
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (4 of 8)
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (5 of 8)
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (6 of 8)
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (7 of 8)
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) (8 of 8)
Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) (1 of 3)
Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) (2 of 3)
Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) (3 of 3)
Federal Power Commission (FPC) (1 of 5)

Box 25

Federal Power Commission (FPC) (2 of 5)
Federal Power Commission (FPC) (3 of 5)
Federal Power Commission (FPC) (4 of 5)
Federal Power Commission (FPC) (5 of 5)
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) (1 of 3)
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) (2 of 3)
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) (3 of 3)
General Services Administration (GSA) (1 of 8)
General Services Administration (GSA) (2 of 8)
General Services Administration (GSA) (3 of 8)
General Services Administration (GSA) (4 of 8)
General Services Administration (GSA) (5 of 8)
General Services Administration (GSA) (6 of 8)
General Services Administration (GSA) (7 of 8)
General Services Administration (GSA) (8 of 8)
Human Resources Project
Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) (1 of 4)
Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) (2 of 4)
Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) (3 of 4)
Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) (4 of 4)
Miscellaneous Department File (1 of 1)
Miscellaneous Positions (1 of 1)
I. OFFICE OF EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
OFFICE OF EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PC [empty]
POST OFFICE (1 of 6)
POST OFFICE (2 of 6)
POST OFFICE (3 of 6)

Box 26

POST OFFICE (4 of 6)
POST OFFICE (5 of 6)
POST OFFICE (6 of 6)
Post Election Staffing Project
Post Office Department (1 of 1)
White House Fellows Commission (1 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (2 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (3 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (4 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (5 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (6 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (7 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (8 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (9 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (10 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (11 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (12 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (13 of 14)
White House Fellows Commission (14 of 14)
[White House Fellows] Fred Malek (1 of 2)
[White House Fellows] Fred Malek (1 of 2)

Box 27

Sub-Sub-Series I: Black Candidates

Blacks (1 of 5)
Blacks (2 of 5)
Blacks (3 of 5)
Blacks (4 of 5)
Blacks (5 of 5)
Black Women Candidates (1 of 1)
Ammons, James Henry III (1 of 1)
Anderson, Bernard E. (1 of 1)
Austin, Sarah (1 of 1)
Bady, Raymond La Verne (1 of 1)
Banks, Waldo R. (1 of 1)
Barber, Richard E. (1 of 1)
Beech, Emmell Jason (1 of 1)
Bell, Andrew J. (1 of 1)
Benjamin, Donald F. (1 of 1)
Black, Jr. Gorham Louis (1 of 1)
Blanchard, Alan F. (1 of 1)
Bohannan, James Henry (1 of 1)
Bolden, Wiley Speights (1 of 1)
Bourgeois, George A. (1 of 1)
Boyd, Charles W. (1 of 1)
Brandon, Everett P. (1 of 1)
Brawner, Gerald Theodore (1 of 1)
Briscoe, Joan Elaine (1 of 1)
Brooks, Oliver Wendell (1 of 1)
Brown, Morris L. (1 of 1)
Brown, Virgil E. (1 of 1)
Browne, James H. (1 of 1)
Bryson, Winfred O., Jr. (1 of 1)
Burke, Michael F. (1 of 1)
Burton, Bernard I. (1 of 1)
Butler, La Gretta L. (1 of 1)
Calhoun, John (1 of 1)
Carpenter, Frank H. (1 of 1)
Carson, Loftus C. (1 of 1)
Cathcart, Elizabeth Ryans (1 of 1)
Challenor, Dr. Bernard D. (1 of 1)
Clement, Dr. Kenneth W. (1 of 1)
Clement, William A. (1 of 1)
Coleman, Bernard F. (1 of 1)
Conner, Tyrone Taylor (1 of 1)

Box 28

Cooper, Edgar Leon (1 of 1)
Cooper, Julia P. (1 of 1)
Cornelius, Samuel J. (1 of 1)
Countee, Thomas Hilaire, Jr. (1 of 1)
Coyle, Harold S., Jr. (1 of 1)
Crim, Dr. Alonzo (1 of 1)
Cunningham, William D. (1 of 1)
Daniels, Jeanne A. (1 of 1)
Darden, Clifford E. (1 of 1)
Davenport, Lawrence F. (1 of 1)
Davenport, Ronald Ross (1 of 1)
David, Charles A. (Alexander) (1 of 1)
DeWitt, Fred (1 of 1)
DeWitt, Sylvia A. (1 of 1)
Dickenson, Harry R. (1 of 1)
Douglas, Leon T. (1 of 1)
Douglas, Joseph H., PhD. (1 of 1)
Eastman, Elrich A. (1 of 1)
Echols, Alvin E., Jr. (1 of 1)
Emory, Emerson, M.D. (1 of 1)
Fisher, Charles B. (1 of 1)
Fleming, Harold S. (1 of 1)
Flournoy, James L. (1 of 1)
Fonteno, John, Jr. (1 of 1)
Frasier, Ralph Kennedy (1 of 1)
Fulbright, Stewart B. (1 of 1)
Fuller, William G. (1 of 1)
Galindo, Lazaro R.M.A. (1 of 1)
Gardner, Robert (1 of 1)
Gaskins, Dr. Albert L. (1 of 1)
Gibson, Dennis Leslie, Jr. (1 of 1)
Gipson, Francis E. (1 of 1)
Goady, Charles W. (1 of 1)
Green, William D. (1 of 1)
Greenup, Jeff L. (1 of 1)
Gregg, Dr. Dorothy (1 of 1)
Gregory, Hugh H. (1 of 1)
Haith, John Edward, Jr. (1 of 1)
Haley, George W. (1 of 1)
Hamm, Hillard (1 of 1)
Hampton, Carl Saunders (1 of 1)
Harris, Caspa L., Jr. (1 of 1)
Harris, George (1 of 1)
Heard, James, Jr. (1 of 1)
Hicks, Gordon B. (1 of 1)
Higgins, Connie Mack (1 of 1)
Hill, Arthur B. (1 of 1)
Hodges, Norman A. (1 of 1)
Houston, Norman B. (1 of 1)
Hurst, Hon. Lloyd L. (1 of 1)
Hurt, Richard L. (1 of 1)

Box 29

Jenkins, Timothy Lionel (1 of 1)
Jewell, Paula (1 of 1)
Johnson, Mrs. Cernoria D. (1 of 1)
Johnson, James C. (1 of 1)
Johnson, Jeffalyn (1 of 1)
Johnson, Dr. Jesse W. (1 of 1)
Johnson, Walter F. (1 of 1)
Jones, Bess H. (1 of 1)
Jones, Chalmers L. (1 of 1)
Jones, Clarence B. (1 of 1)
Jones, Theodore Moses, Jr. (1 of 1)
Jones, William (1 of 1)
Kelly, Samuel E. (1 of 1)
Kennedy, W. J. III (1 of 1)
King, Patricia Ann (1 of 1)
Knight, Harold Elbert, Jr. (1 of 1)
MacCalla, Thomas A. (1 of 1)
McClain, William A. (1 of 1)
McClarrin, William Otto (1 of 1)
McDaniel, James B. (1 of 1)
McKee, Clarence Vanzant, Jr. (1 of 1)
McKenzie, Chester Vernon (1 of 1)
McMillan, Charles F. (1 of 1)
Marvin, Dula (male) (1 of 1)
Marvin, Murray J. (1 of 1)
Matthews, Avon A. (1 of 1)
Melville, L. Scott (1 of 1)
Moore, Alvin Dewitt, Jr. (1 of 1)
Moore, Oscar J., Jr., M.D. (1 of 1)
Morgan, Ronald C. (1 of 1)
Mundle, Winfred Raymond, Sr. (1 of 1)
Murphy, Betty Southard (1 of 1)
Murtry, Walter M., Jr. (1 of 1)
Neely, H. Mason (1 of 1)
Newman, Constance B. (1 of 1)
Orr, Dorothy (1 of 1)
Padgett, Reuben P. III (1 of 1)
Parks, Jeanus (1 of 1)
Patterson, Cecil L. (1 of 1)
Peagler, Owen F. (1 of 1)
Perry, Samuel S. (1 of 1)
Pierce, Samuel R., Jr. (1 of 1)
Pitts, Orville E. (1 of 1)
Poston, Ersa H. (1 of 1)
Poulard, Grady E. (1 of 1)
Powell, John H., Jr. (1 of 1)
Powell, Ronald M. (1 of 1)
Raullerson, Calvin H. (1 of 1)

Box 30

Rechnitzer, Andreas B. PhD. (1 of 1)
Reid, Arthur J., Jr. (1 of 1)
Reid, Betty Granger (1 of 1)
Richardson, David Backman (1 of 1)
Riles, Dr. Wilson C. (1 of 1)
Riley, Lloyd H. (1 of 1)
Rivers, Mark E., Jr. (1 of 1)
Robinson, Jack E. (1 of 2)
Robinson, Jack E. (2 of 2)
Robinson, Major Joseph (1 of 1)
Robinson, William H. (1 of 1)
Roggerson, Chris (1 of 1)
Ross, Michael K. (1 of 1)
Royal, Frank Spencer, M.D. (1 of 1)
Roycroft, Howard F. (1 of 1)
Russell, Ernst (1 of 1)
Sable, Commissioner Jack (1 of 1)
Saddler, George F. (1 of 1)
Sawyer, Thomas E. (1 of 1)
Scott, Ernest, Jr. (1 of 1)
Scruggs, Ramon S. Sr. (1 of 1)
Sengstacke, John H. (1 of 1)
Shackelford, Theodore (1 of 1)
Shuman, Jerome (1 of 1)
Simpson, Stephen Whittington (1 of 1)
Sloan, Maceo A. (1 of 1)
Smith, J. Clay, Jr. (1 of 1)
Smith, LeRoy A. (1 of 1)
Smothers, Curtis R. (1 of 1)
Sneed, Donald E., Jr. (1 of 1)
Spaulding, Asa T., Jr. (1 of 1)
Spaulding, Elna Bridgeforth (1 of 1)
Spaulding, Kenneth B. (1 of 1)
Stevenson, Dudley W. (1 of 1)
Talbert, Hamilton B., Jr. (1 of 1)
Taylor, James M. (1 of 1)
Taylor, Nettie W. (1 of 1)
Thomas, Marion (1 of 1)
Thomas, Stanley, Jr. (1 of 1)
Gloria E. A. Toote (1 of 3)
Gloria E. A. Toote (2 of 3)
Gloria E. A. Toote (3 of 3)

Box 31

Sub-Series C: Reports

January, 1971 (1 of 4)
January, 1971 (2 of 4)
January, 1971 (3 of 4)
January, 1971 (4 of 4)
January, 1971 (1 of 4)
January, 1971 (2 of 4)
January, 1971 (3 of 4)
January, 1971 (4 of 4)
February, 1971 (1 of 4)
February, 1971 (2 of 4)
February, 1971 (3 of 4)
February, 1971 (4 of 4)
(Untitled) (1 of 5)
(Untitled) (2 of 5)
(Untitled) (3 of 5)
(Untitled) (4 of 5)
(Untitled) (5 of 5)

Box 32

First Friday Report March – Departments (1 of 4)
First Friday Report March – Departments (2 of 4)
First Friday Report March – Departments (3 of 4)
First Friday Report March – Departments (4 of 4)
First Friday Report March – Agencies (1 of 5)
First Friday Report March – Agencies (2 of 5)
First Friday Report March – Agencies (3 of 5)
First Friday Report March – Agencies (4 of 5)
First Friday Report March – Agencies (5 of 5)
April, 1971 (1 of 4)
April, 1971 (2 of 4)
April, 1971 (3 of 4)
April, 1971 (4 of 4)
Monthly Report – April 1971 Agencies (1 of 3)
Monthly Report – April 1971 Agencies (2 of 3)
Monthly Report – April 1971 Agencies (3 of 3)

Box 33

First Friday Report - April 1971 Departments (1 of 3)
First Friday Report - April 1971 Departments (2 of 3)
First Friday Report - April 1971 Departments (3 of 3)
First Friday Report - April 1971 Agencies (1of 3)
First Friday Report - April 1971 Agencies (2of 3)
First Friday Report - April 1971 Agencies (3of 3)
Monthly Report - April 1971 Departments (1 of 2)
Monthly Report - April 1971 Departments (2 of 2)
Monthly Report - May 1971 Agencies (1 of 4)
Monthly Report - May 1971 Agencies (2 of 4)
Monthly Report - May 1971 Agencies (3 of 4)
Monthly Report - May 1971 Agencies (4 of 4)
First Friday Report - May 1971 Departments (1 of 4)
First Friday Report - May 1971 Departments (2 of 4)
First Friday Report - May 1971 Departments (3 of 4)
First Friday Report - May 1971 Departments (4 of 4)

Box 34
 
Monthly Report - May 1971 Departments (1 of 2)
Monthly Report - May 1971 Departments (2 of 2)
Monthly Report - June 1971 Departments (1 of 2)
Monthly Report - June 1971 Departments (2 of 2)
Monthly Report - June 1971 Agencies (1 of 5)
Monthly Report - June 1971 Agencies (2 of 5)
Monthly Report - June 1971 Agencies (3 of 5)
Monthly Report - June 1971 Agencies (4 of 5)
Monthly Report - June 1971 Agencies (5 of 5)
First Friday Report - June 1971 Agencies (1 of 3)
First Friday Report - June 1971 Agencies (2 of 3)
First Friday Report - June 1971 Agencies (2 of 3)
First Friday Report - June 1971 Departments (1 of 5)
First Friday Report - June 1971 Departments (2 of 5)
First Friday Report - June 1971 Departments (3 of 5)
First Friday Report - June 1971 Departments (4 of 5)
First Friday Report - June 1971 Departments (5 of 5)

Box 35

First Friday Report - July 1971 Agencies (1 of 3)
First Friday Report - July 1971 Agencies (2 of 3)
First Friday Report - July 1971 Agencies (3 of 3)
First Friday Report - July 1971 Departments (1 of 5)
First Friday Report - July 1971 Departments (2 of 5)
First Friday Report - July 1971 Departments (3 of 5)
First Friday Report - July 1971 Departments (4 of 5)
First Friday Report - July 1971 Departments (5 of 5)
Monthly Report - July 1971 Agencies (1 of 6)
Monthly Report - July 1971 Agencies (2 of 6)
Monthly Report - July 1971 Agencies (3 of 6)
Monthly Report - July 1971 Agencies (4 of 6)
Monthly Report - July 1971 Agencies (5 of 6)
Monthly Report - July 1971 Agencies (6 of 6)
Monthly Report - July 1971 Departments (1 of 2)
Monthly Report - July 1971 Departments (2 of 2)
First Friday Report - August 1971 Agencies (1 of 4)
First Friday Report - August 1971 Agencies (2 of 4)
First Friday Report - August 1971 Agencies (3 of 4)
First Friday Report - August 1971 Agencies (4 of 4)

Box 36

Monthly Report - August 1971 Departments (1 of 2)
Monthly Report - August 1971 Departments (2 of 2)
Monthly Report - August 1971 Agencies (1 of 5)
Monthly Report - August 1971 Agencies (2 of 5)
Monthly Report - August 1971 Agencies (3 of 5)
Monthly Report - August 1971 Agencies (4 of 5)
Monthly Report - August 1971 Agencies (5 of 5)
First Friday Report - August 1971 Departments (1 of 5)
First Friday Report - August 1971 Departments (2 of 5)
First Friday Report - August 1971 Departments (3 of 5)
First Friday Report - August 1971 Departments (4 of 5)
First Friday Report - August 1971 Departments (5 of 5)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (1 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (2 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (3 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (4 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (5 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (6 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (7 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (8 of 16)

Box 37

Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (9 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (10 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (11 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (12 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (13 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (14 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (15 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Agencies (16 of 16)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Departments (1 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Departments (2 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Departments (3 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Departments (4 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Departments (5 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Departments (6 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Departments (7 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Departments (8 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Departments (9 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – October 1971 Departments (10 of 10)

Box 38
 
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (1 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (2 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (3 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (4 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (5 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (6 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (7 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (8 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (9 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (10 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (11 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (12 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (13 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (14 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (15 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (16 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (17 of 18)
Personnel Management Report – November 1971 Departments (18 of 18)

Box 39

Personnel Management Report – November1971 Agencies (1 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – November1971 Agencies (2 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – November1971 Agencies (3 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – November1971 Agencies (4 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – November1971 Agencies (5 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – November1971 Agencies (6 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – November1971 Agencies (7 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – November1971 Agencies (8 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – November1971 Agencies (9 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 Agencies (1 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 Agencies (2 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 Agencies (3 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 Agencies (4 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 Agencies (5 of 9)

Box 40

Personnel Management Report – December1971 Agencies (6 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 Agencies (7 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 Agencies (8 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 Agencies (9 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 (1 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 (2 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 (3 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 (4 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 (5 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 (6 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 (7 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 (8 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 (9 of 12)

Box 41

Personnel Management Report – December1971 (10 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 (11 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – December1971 (12 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Agencies (1 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Agencies (2 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Agencies (3 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Agencies (4 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Agencies (5 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Agencies (6 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Agencies (7 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Agencies (8 of 8)

Box 42

Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Departments (1 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Departments (2 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Departments (3 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Departments (4 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Departments (5 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Departments (6 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Departments (7 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Departments (8 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Departments (9 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – January 1972 Departments (10 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – March 1972 Departments (1 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – March 1972 Departments (2 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – March 1972 Departments (3 of 8)

Box 43

Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Departments (4 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Departments (5 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Departments (5 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Departments (6 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Departments (7 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Departments (8 of 8)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Agencies (1 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Agencies (2 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Agencies (3 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Agencies (4 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Agencies (5 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Agencies (6 of 9)

Box 44

Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Agencies (7 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Agencies (8 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – March, 1972 Agencies (9 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Agencies (1 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Agencies (2 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Agencies (3 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Agencies (4 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Agencies (5 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Agencies (6 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Agencies (7 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Agencies (8 of 9)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Agencies (9 of 9)

Box 45

Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (1 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (2 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (3 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (4 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (5 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (6 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (7 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (8 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (9 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (10 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (11 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – April, 1972 Departments (12 of 12)

Box 46

Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (1 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (2 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (3 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (4 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (5 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (6 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (7 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (8 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (9 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (10 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (11 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 (12 of 12)

Box 47

Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (1 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (2 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (3 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (4 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (5 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (6 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (7 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (8 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (9 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (10 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (11 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – May, 1972 Departments (12 of 12)

Box 48

Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (1 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (2 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (3 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (4 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (5 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (6 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (7 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (8 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (9 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (10 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (11 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Agencies (12 of 12)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Departments (1 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Departments (2 of 10)

Box 49

Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Departments (3 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Departments (4 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Departments (5 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Departments (6 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Departments (7 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Departments (8 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Departments (9 of 10)
Personnel Management Report – June, 1972 Departments (10 of 10)

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