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The Presidential historical materials of Peter M. Flanigan, Assistant to the President and Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs, are in custody of the National Archives and Records Administration under the provision of Title I of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-526, 88 Stat. l695) and implementing regulations. In accordance with the act and regulations, archivists reviewed the file group to identify personal and private materials as well as nonhistorical items. These materials have been returned to Flanigan.

Materials covered by the act have been archivally processed and are described in this register. Items which 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 or NA Form 1421) 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 A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.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 material 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:   6 linear feet, 7 linear inches
  • Approximate number of pages:   11,400

Biographical Note

Peter Magnus Flanigan was born in New York City on June 21, 1923. He earned a B.A. degree in Economics summa cum laude from Princeton University in 1947 after serving as a U.S. Navy carrier pilot during World War II. During the period 1947-49, he worked as a statistical analyst with the New York investment banking firm of Dillon, Read & Co., Inc. Flanigan later became a Vice President in 1954 of that firm after working as an assistant program (financial) analyst in 1949-50 at the Economic Corporation Administration Mission to the United Kingdom in London, England. In November 1954, he married Brigid Snow, daughter of Carmel Snow, U.S. Editor of Harper's Bazaar magazine, and lawyer George Palen Snow.

Flanigan's interest in politics led him to become a member of the Executive Committee of the Ninth Assembly District Club in New York City from 1955 to 1959. He became Chairman of the New Yorkers for Nixon organization in 1959 and, the following year, served as National Director of the Volunteers for Nixon-Lodge. He returned as Deputy Campaign Manager of Richard Nixon's 1968 Presidential campaign.

Following Nixon's election victory, Peter Flanigan became a consultant to the President on administration staff. His consultancy lasted from January 20 to April 15, 1969. The next day, April 16, he became an Assistant to the President. His responsibilities as an Assistant related to domestic policy, commerce, and economics issues. He also served as an Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs from January 1972 until 1974. In addition, Flanigan held the position of Executive Director of the Council on International Economic Policy, Executive Office of the President from February 1972 until the end of the Nixon administration in 1974.

In 1975, Flanigan returned to Dillon, Read as Managing Director and Executive Officer. He left the firm in 1992. During the period 1978-1998, he was the Managing Director of Anheuser-Busch. Flanigan resumed his public service when he was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to serve as a Member of the President's Economic Policy Advisory Board on March 13, 1981. His work with the Board ended in 1984.

Flanigan's philanthropic efforts include being a Founding Board Member of the Alliance for School Choice as well as the founder several education-related organizations, including Student Sponsor Partners, the Center for Education Innovation of the Manhattan Institute, and the Patrons Program. As of 2012, Peter Flanigan is an advisor at USB Securities LLC and a Trustee of the Manhattan Institute.

Scope and Content Note

Peter Flanigan's association with Richard M. Nixon began the year preceding the 1960 Presidential campaign. In the months prior to the Republican National Convention, he organized a New Yorkers for Nixon group, and during the campaign he directed the nationwide Volunteers for Nixon-Lodge organizations. Following Nixon's unsuccessful bid for the Presidency in 1960 and his subsequent move to New York City in 1963, Flanigan joined a coterie of Nixon supporters to devise a strategy for the former Vice President's return to elective office. During the 1968 Presidential campaign Flanigan was Nixon's deputy campaign manager.

Nixon's victory in 1968 provided Flanigan an opportunity to enhance his power and influence within the incoming Nixon administration. During the transition period and for several months after the inauguration, he served as an unpaid consultant, advising on the recruitment of personnel for the new administration. By mid-April 1969, Flanigan formally joined the White House Staff as Assistant to the President. At a press conference to introduce him to the White House press corps, White House Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler disclosed to the assembled reporters that Flanigan's duties would center primarily on economic, commercial, and financial areas. He also announced that Flanigan would assume those duties relating to regulatory agencies and other domestic matters that had been previously assigned to Robert Ellsworth, who had been named Ambassador to NATO. As Flanigan's areas of responsibility gradually broadened to include international economic matters, he was appointed, in January 1972, as Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs. A month later, President Nixon named him Executive Director of the Council on International Economic Policy (CIEP).

Flanigan resigned his White House post on June 24, 1974, and left the administration in early July, returning to the New York investment firm of Dillon, Read & Co., Inc.

The materials of Peter Flanigan in the White House Special Files date from the period 1969-74. They fall into three series: Subject Files, Ambassador Files, and Special Files. The Subject Files comprise the bulk of the file group and document the entire range of Flanigan's responsibilities as Assistant to the President. The Ambassador Files relate to Flanigan's role in the selection process of individuals for non-career diplomatic posts. The Special Files are, for the most part, an appendage to the Ambassador Files and frequently include material duplicated in this latter file series. Some materials in this series also relate to economic subjects, such as economic problems in New Hampshire and the financial and regulatory difficulties of the airline industry. With regard to the New Hampshire situation, there is considerable correspondence between Flanigan and the State's First District Congressman Louis C. Wyman.

The Staff Member and Office Files of the White House Central Files contain an additional 44 cubic feet of Flanigan material, of which 4 cubic feet are attributed to him in his capacity as CIEP Executive Director. The Nixon Presidential Materials Project possesses a tape recording and transcript of an exit interview with Flanigan that was conducted by personnel of the Office of Presidential Paper and Archives on July 9, 1974.

Series Description

Boxes:   1-12
Series:   Subject Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1974
Description:   Memoranda, correspondence, notes, testimony, reports, resumes, agenda of meetings, lists of appointments and telephone calls, list of ambassadors, press releases, news summaries, printed matter, and newspaper clippings. Subjects covered include Flanigan's testimony before the Senate and grand jury regarding the International Telephone and Telegraph antitrust case, the 1972 Moscow summit meeting, ambassadorial appointments, antitrust policy, Iranian oil production, and trade relations with Peru. Arrangement is alphabetical by subject and thereunder chronological.

Boxes:   13-14
Series:   Ambassador Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1973
Description:   Memoranda, correspondence, lists of ambassadors, notes, resumes, published biographical entries, and clippings. Materials relate to the selection and appointment of ambassadors. Arranged by subject and thereunder chronologically.

Boxes:   15
Series:   Special Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1973
Description:   Memoranda, correspondence, lists of ambassadors, notes, resumes, and cables. The materials primarily refer to the selection process of American citizens for various ambassadorships; there is much duplication of material found in the Ambassadors Files series. Other subjects in this series include economic problems in New Hampshire, and the financial and regulatory difficulties of the airline industry. Arranged chronologically by year.

Preservation Note

Holdings maintenance was performed on the collection December 2012 in order to ensure the longevity of the documents. The previous number of folders and/or boxes in this collection has changed due to the maintenance process.This finding aid has been updated to reflect any changes. The previous version of the finding aid is available upon request.

Folder Title List

SUBJECT FILES, 1969-74

Box 1

Airline Mergers [Aug.-Sept. 1971] [1 of 2]
Airline Mergers [Aug.-Sept. 1971] [2 of 2]
Airlines [Mar.-Nov. 1971]
Airlines: American Western Merger Proposal [Jan.-Aug. 1971] [I] [1 of 3]
Airlines: American Western Merger Proposal [Jan.-Aug. 1971] [I] [2 of 3]
Airlines: American Western Merger Proposal [Jan.-Aug. 1971] [I] [3 of 3]
Airlines: American Western Merger Proposal [Jan.-Aug. 1971] [II] [1 of 4]
Airlines: American Western Merger Proposal [Jan.-Aug. 1971] [II] [2 of 4]
Airlines: American Western Merger Proposal [Jan.-Aug. 1971] [II] [3 of 4]
Airlines: American Western Merger Proposal [Jan.-Aug. 1971] [II] [4 of 4]
Antitrust--General, Key Papers [Aug. 1971]
Antitrust (Loken Files) (Krogh) [May 1969-Jan. 1972] [I] [1 of 4]
Antitrust (Loken Files) (Krogh) [May 1969-Jan. 1972] [I] [2 of 4]
Antitrust (Loken Files) (Krogh) [May 1969-Jan. 1972] [I] [3 of 4]
Antitrust (Loken Files) (Krogh) [May 1969-Jan. 1972] [I] [4 of 4]
Antitrust (Loken Files) (Krogh) [May 1969-Jan. 1972] [II] [1 of 2]
Antitrust (Loken Files) (Krogh) [May 1969-Jan. 1972] [II] [2 of 2]
Antitrust (Miscellaneous) [July 1970-Nov. 1971] [I] [1 of 3]

Box 2

Antitrust (Miscellaneous) [July 1970-Nov. 1971] [I] [2 of 3]
Antitrust (Miscellaneous) [July 1970-Nov. 1971] [I] [3 of 3]
Antitrust (Miscellaneous) [July 1970-Nov. 1971] [II] [1 of 2]
Antitrust (Miscellaneous) [July 1970-Nov. 1971] [II] [2 of 2]
Carpet Industry [Dec. 1969-July 1972] [I] [1 of 2]
Carpet Industry [Dec. 1969-July 1972] [I] [2 of 2]
Carpet Industry [Dec. 1969-July 1972] [II] [1 of 3]
Carpet Industry [Dec. 1969-July 1972] [II] [2 of 3]
Carpet Industry [Dec. 1969-July 1972] [II] [3 of 3]
Henry Catto [May 1969-Nov. 1972]
CATV [Community Antenna Television] [Dec. 1970-Jan. 1972] [1 of 2]
CATV [Community Antenna Television] [Dec. 1970-Jan. 1972] [2 of 2]
Chile [Sept. 19, 1973]
Detailed Background Papers [Dec. 1971-Mar. 1972] [1 of 3]
Detailed Background Papers [Dec. 1971-Mar. 1972] [2 of 3]
Detailed Background Papers [Dec. 1971-Mar. 1972] [3 of 3]
Al Fay [1969-73]
Max Fisher [1969-73]
[Peter M. Flanigan: Removed from Oversized Attachment #3737, President Johnson's Office Facilities] [1 of 3]

Box 3

[Peter M. Flanigan: Removed from Oversized Attachment #3737, President Johnson's Office Facilities] [2 of 3]
[Peter M. Flanigan: Removed from Oversized Attachment #3737, President Johnson's Office Facilities] [3 of 3]
PMF--Granite City Steel (St. Louis Dis[patch]) [Apr. 1971-May 1974] [I] [1 of 2]
PMF--Granite City Steel (St. Louis Dis[patch]) [Apr. 1971-May 1974] [I] [2 of 2]
PMF--Granite City Steel (St. Louis Dis[patch]) [Apr. 197l-May 1974] [II] [1 of 2]
PMF--Granite City Steel (St. Louis Dis[patch]) [Apr. 197l-May 1974] [II] [2 of 2]
Nelson Gross [1969-72]
Raymond Guest [1969-7l]
John Harper [1969-74]
Hickox, Charles [Nov.-Dec. 1972]
Iran [Apr. 1972-Feb. 1973] [1 of 2]
Iran [Apr. 1972-Feb. 1973] [2 of 2]
Iran File [1954, l957 (Dec. 1971)-Feb. 1973] [1 of 2]
Iran File [1954, l957 (Dec. 1971)-Feb. 1973] [2 of 2]
ITT [International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation],
Clippings [Mar.-Apr. 1972] [1 of 3]
Clippings [Mar.-Apr. 1972] [2 of 3]
Clippings [Mar.-Apr. 1972] [3 of 3]
ITT, Cox [Archibald, 1969-73]

Box 4

ITT--Eastland Interrogatories and Answers; Conflicts in Testimony [1971]
ITT: PMF Calls and Appointments
Peter Flanigan Notebook--10/4/73--Grand Jury Appearances re: ITT [June 1969-Oct. 1973] [1 of 3]
Peter Flanigan Notebook--10/4/73--Grand Jury Appearances re: ITT [June 1969-Oct. 1973] [2 of 3]
Peter Flanigan Notebook--10/4/73--Grand Jury Appearances re: ITT [June 1969-Oct. 1973] [3 of 3]
ITT Letter to New York Times, 28 April 1972
ITT Letter to Washington Post, 28 April 1972
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [I] [1 of 2]
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [I] [2 of 2]
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [II] [1 of 3]
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [II] [2 of 3]
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [II] [3 of 3]
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [III] [1 of 4]
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [III] [2 of 4]
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [III] [3 of 4]
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [III] [4 of 4]
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [IV] [1 of 3]
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [IV] [2 of 3]
Miscellaneous--ITT [May 1969-Oct. 1973) [IV] [3 of 3]

Box 5

[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [I] [1 of 4]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [I] [2 of 4]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [I] [3 of 4]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [I] [4 of 4]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [II] [1 of 3]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [II] [2 of 3]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [II] [3 of 3]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [III] [1 of 3]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [III] [2 of 3]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [III] [3 of 3]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [IV] [1 of 3]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [IV] [2 of 3]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [IV] [3 of 3]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [V] [1 of 2]
[Miscellaneous Materials--ITT, Jan. 1970-Oct. 1973] [V] [2 of 2]
[ITT--Jonathan Chapman Rose, Apr. 1972-Oct. 1973]
ITT - JC Rose – 1973

Box 6

ITT-J.C. [Jonathan Chapman] Rose--1973] [I] [1 of 3]
ITT-J.C. [Jonathan Chapman] Rose--1973] [I] [2 of 3]
ITT-J.C. [Jonathan Chapman] Rose--1973] [I] [3 of 3]
ITT-J.C. [Jonathan Chapman] Rose--1973] [II] [1 of 2]
ITT-J.C. [Jonathan Chapman] Rose--1973] [II] [2 of 2]
ITT-J.C. [Jonathan Chapman] Rose--1973] [III] [1 of 3]
ITT-J.C. [Jonathan Chapman] Rose--1973] [III] [2 of 3]
ITT-J.C. [Jonathan Chapman] Rose--1973] [III] [3 of 3]
[ITT--White House Files, 1969-72]
Tom Jones [1971-72]
Records of Meetings with Dr. Kissinger [Mar. 1972]
Kleindienst Nomination Hearing [Mar. 1972]
Kleindienst Nomination Hearing [Apr. 1972] [1 of 2]
Kleindienst Nomination Hearing [Apr. 1972] [2 of 2]
Bernard Lasker [1969-73]
Anthony Marshall [1969-72]
Roger Milliken [1969-74]
[John Mitchell Correspondence, June 1969-Feb. 1972] [1 of 2]
[John Mitchell Correspondence, June 1969-Feb. 1972] [2 of 2]

Box 7

Movie Industry [Apr.-Sept. 1971] [I] [1 of 3]
Movie Industry [Apr.-Sept. 1971] [I] [2 of 3]
Movie Industry [Apr.-Sept. 1971] [I] [3 of 3]
Movie Industry [Apr.-Sept. 1971] [II] [1 of 3]
Movie Industry [Apr.-Sept. 1971] [II] [2 of 3]
Movie Industry [Apr.-Sept. 1971] [II] [3 of 3]
[Movie Industry II, Feb.-Sept. 1971] [I] [1 of 3]
[Movie Industry II, Feb.-Sept. 1971] [I] [2 of 3]
[Movie Industry II, Feb.-Sept. 1971] [I] [3 of 3]
[Movie Industry II, Feb.-Sept. 1971] [II] [1 of 4] [Movie Industry II, Feb.-Sept. l971] [II] [2 of 4]
[Movie Industry II, Feb.-Sept. 1971] [II] [3 of 4]
[Movie Industry II, Feb.-Sept. 1971] [II] [4 of 4]
John Mulcahy and Pan American [Airlines, 1972]
NASA [National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1969-74]
NASA [Mar. 1970-Oct. 1974] [1 of 3]
NASA [Mar. 1970-Oct. 1974] [2 of 3]
NASA [Mar. 1970-Oct. 1974] [3 of 3]
NASA [July l971-Jan. 1972] [I] [1 of 4]

Box 8

NASA [July l971-Jan. 1972] [I] [2 of 4]
NASA [July l971-Jan. 1972] [I] [3 of 4]
NASA [July l971-Jan. 1972] [I] [4 of 4]
NASA [July l971-Jan. 1972] [II] [1 of 2]
NASA [July l971-Jan. 1972] [II] [2 of 2] [contains internal file]
Network Antitrust Key Papers [Apr.-July 1971]
North American Rockwell Proposal [May-Dec. 1970] [I] [1 of 3]
North American Rockwell Proposal [May-Dec. 1970] [I] [2 of 3]
North American Rockwell Proposal [May-Dec. 1970] [I] [3 of 3]
North American Rockwell Proposal [May-Dec. 1970] [II]
Ross Perot [1969-73]
Peru [Oct. 1972-Apr. 1973] [1 of 3]
Peru [Oct. 1972-Apr. 1973] [2 of 3]
Peru [Oct. 1972-Apr. 1973] [3 of 3]
Postal Bonds Background [May 1969-Apr. 1972] [1 of 2]
Postal Bonds Background [May 1969-Apr. 1972] [2 of 2]
Postal Bonds--Files [Aug. 1971-Apr. 1972]
Postal Bonds [Sept. 1971-Aprl. 1972]
[Postal Bonds Notebook, Oct. 1969-Oct. 1971] [I] [1 of 4]
[Postal Bonds Notebook, Oct. 1969-Oct. 1971] [I] [2 of 4]
[Postal Bonds Notebook, Oct. 1969-Oct. 1971] [I] [3 of 4]

Box 9

[Postal Bonds Notebook, Oct. 1969-Oct. 1971] [I] [4 of 4]
[Postal Bonds Notebook, Oct. 1969-Oct. 1971] [II] [1 of 2]
[Postal Bonds Notebook, Oct. 1969-Oct. 1971] [II] [2 of 2]
Presidential Meetings, Agenda & Brief/Memo to File [Apr. 1971- July 1974] [1 of 3]
Presidential Meetings, Agenda & Brief/Memo to File [Apr. 1971- July 1974] [2 of 3]
Presidential Meetings, Agenda & Brief/Memo to File [Apr. 1971- July 1974] [3 of 3]
President's Moscow Visit [Apr. 1970-June 1972] [I] [1 of 3]
President's Moscow Visit [Apr. 1970-June 1972] [I] [2 of 3]
President's Moscow Visit [Apr. 1970-June 1972] [I] [3 of 3]
President's Moscow Visit [Apr. 1970-June 1972] [II] [1 of 4]
President's Moscow Visit [Apr. 1970-June 1972] [II] [2 of 4]
President's Moscow Visit [Apr. 1970-June 1972] [II] [3 of 4]
President's Moscow Visit [Apr. 1970-June 1972] [II] [4 of 4]
Fred Russel [Apr. 1970-June 1972]
John Safer [1971-74]
Shaheen, John M. [May 1969-July 1974]
C. Arnholdt Smith [Oct.-Dec. 1971]
George Spater [Apr. 1971-May 1974]
M. [Maurice] Stans--Aug. 27, 2:00 p.m. [1972-73]
[Maurice Stans, Mar. 1969-Nov. 1972]
[Maurice Stans, Apr. 1969-Dec. 1971] [I] [1 of 3]
[Maurice Stans, Apr. 1969-Dec. 1971] [I] [2 of 3]
[Maurice Stans, Apr. 1969-Dec. 1971] [I] [3 of 3]

Box 10

Maurice Stans, Apr. 1969-Dec. 1971] [II] [1 of 3]
Maurice Stans, Apr. 1969-Dec. 1971] [II] [2 of 3]
Maurice Stans, Apr. 1969-Dec. 1971] [II] [3 of 3]
Summaries of Testimony [1972] [1 of 2]
Summaries of Testimony [1972] [2 of 2]
Bruce Sundlin and Executive Jet [Aviation, Inc., Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 1972]
Telegrams [1970-71] [1 of 5]
Telegrams [1970-71] [2 of 5]
Telegrams [1970-71] [3 of 5]
Telegrams [1970-71] [4 of 5]
Telegrams [1970-71] [5 of 5]
T.V.-Movie Lawsuit [Apr.-Dec. 1971] [1 of 2]
T.V.-Movie Lawsuit [Apr.-Dec. 1971] [2 of 2]
Textiles [May 1969-Nov. 1972] [1 of 6]
Textiles [May 1969-Nov. 1972] [2 of 6]
Textiles [May 1969-Nov. 1972] [3 of 6]
Textiles [May 1969-Nov. 1972] [4 of 6]
Textiles [May 1969-Nov. 1972] [5 of 6]
Textiles [May 1969-Nov. 1972] [6 of 6]

Box 11

Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [I] [1 of 3]
Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [I] [2 of 3]
Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [I] [3 of 3]
Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [II] [1 of 3]
Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [II] [2 of 3]
Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [II] [3 of 3]
Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [III] [1 of 3]
Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [III] [2 of 3]
Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [III] [3 of 3]
Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [IV] [1 of 3]
Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [IV] [2 of 3]
Textiles Memoranda I [June 1969-Feb.1971] [IV] [3 of 3]
US-USSR Trade [I, Jan.-Sept. 1972] [I] [1 of 2]
US-USSR Trade [I, Jan.-Sept. 1972] [I] [2 of 2]
US-USSR Trade [I, Jan.-Sept. 1972] [II] [1 of 2]
US-USSR Trade [I, Jan.-Sept. 1972] [II] [2 of 2]
US-USSR Trade [II, Apr. 1970-Mar. 1972] [I] [1 of 2]
US-USSR Trade [II, Apr. 1970-Mar. 1972] [I] [2 of 2]

Box 12

US-USSR Trade [II, Apr. 1970-Mar. 1972] [II] [1 of 3]
US-USSR Trade [II, Apr. 1970-Mar. 1972] [II] [2 of 3]
US-USSR Trade [II, Apr. 1970-Mar. 1972] [II] [3 of 3]
U-235 Breakthrough [Feb. 1973]
Uranium Enrichment, Secret [Aug.-Oct. 1973]
UDW [John D. Wells, July-Nov. 1972]
Worksheets in re: PMF Meetings and Telephone Calls List [1969-72]

AMBASSADOR FILES, 1969-73

Box 13

[Special Ambassador Files, l963 (Apr. 1971)-Jan. 1973] [I] [1 of 4]
[Special Ambassador Files, l963 (Apr. 1971)-Jan. 1973] [I] [2 of 4]
[Special Ambassador Files, l963 (Apr. 1971)-Jan. 1973] [I] [3 of 4]
[Special Ambassador Files, l963 (Apr. 1971)-Jan. 1973] [I] [4 of 4]
[Special Ambassador Files, l963 (Apr. 1971)-Jan. 1973] [II] [1 of 2]
[Special Ambassador Files, l963 (Apr. 1971)-Jan. 1973] [II] [2 of 2]
Ambassadors--Broad Memoranda (1) [May 1969-Mar. 1974] [1 of 3]
Ambassadors--Broad Memoranda (1) [May 1969-Mar. 1974] [2 of 3]
Ambassadors--Broad Memoranda (1) [May 1969-Mar. 1974] [3 of 3]
Ambassadors--Broad Memoranda (2) [Apr. 1969-Mar. 1974] [1 of 2]
Ambassadors--Broad Memoranda (2) [Apr. 1969-Mar. 1974] [2 of 2]
Ambassadors--Broad Memoranda (3) [Jan. 1973-Mar. 1974]
Ambassadors--Broad Memoranda (4) [Nov. 1973-Mar. 1974] [1 of 3]
Ambassadors--Broad Memoranda (4) [Nov. 1973-Mar. 1974] [2 of 3]
Ambassadors--Broad Memoranda (4) [Nov. 1973-Mar. 1974] [3 of 3]
Ambassadors—Miscellaneous [I] [1 of 5]
Ambassadors—Miscellaneous [I] [2 of 5]
Ambassadors—Miscellaneous [I] [3 of 5]
Ambassadors—Miscellaneous [I] [4 of 5]

Box 14

Ambassadors—Miscellaneous [I] [5 of 5]
Ambassadors—Miscellaneous [II] [1 of 5]
Ambassadors—Miscellaneous [II] [2 of 5]
Ambassadors—Miscellaneous [II] [3 of 5]
Ambassadors—Miscellaneous [II] [4 of 5]
Ambassadors—Miscellaneous [II] [5 of 5]
Ambassador[s]--Scratch Notes
Ruth Farkas
[J.] Fife Symington, [Jr.]
C.V. Whitney
Duplicates

SPECIAL FILES, 1969-73

Box 15

Special Files, 1969 [1 of 5]
Special Files, 1969 [2 of 5]
Special Files, 1969 [3 of 5]
Special Files, 1969 [4 of 5]
Special Files, 1969 [5 of 5]
Special Files, 1970 [1 of 2]
Special Files, 1970 [2 of 2]
Special Files, 197l [1 of 4]
Special Files, 197l [2 of 4]
Special Files, 197l [3 of 4]
Special Files, 197l [4 of 4]
Special Files, 1972 [I] [1 of 4]
Special Files, 1972 [I] [2 of 4]
Special Files, 1972 [I] [3 of 4]
Special Files, 1972 [I] [4 of 4]
Special Files, 1972 [II] [1 of 3]
Special Files, 1972 [II] [2 of 3]
Special Files, 1972 [II] [3 of 3]
Special Files, 1973 and 1974 [no 1974 material present] [1 of 2]
Special Files, 1973 and 1974 [no 1974 material present] [2 of 2]

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