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Filed under the category FG (Federal Government-Organizations) are materials pertaining to matters such as establishment, disestablishment, organization, reorganization, audits, inspections, investigations, location, relocation, regulations, reports, appointments, and endorsements to top positions.

FG 6-19 pertain to the Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention (SAODAP), which was established by Executive Order 11599 on July 17, 1971. The office was created to “place the leadership of our drug abuse effort under a single official who will coordinate existing Federal drug abuse programs and activities, and develop plans for increasing our future efforts.”

Among the principal correspondents in this subject category are the President, Dr. Jerome Jaffe, Jeffrey Donfeld, Egil “Bud” Krogh, John Ehrlichman, and Members of Congress.

FG 6-19 Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention

Types of materials found here include memos, correspondence, notes, schedules, and clippings, primarily concerned with the establishment of the office, President Nixon’s support of the office through personal appearances, and relevant legislation.

FG 6-19/A

Types of materials found here include orders, transmittal letters, correspondence, and press releases pertaining to SAODAP appointments, nominations, and resignations.

 

Folder Title List

Box 1
[EX] FG 6-19 Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention [1 of 5]
[EX] FG 6-19 Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention [2 of 5]
[EX] FG 6-19 Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention [3 of 5]
[EX] FG 6-19 Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention [4 of 5]
[EX] FG 6-19 Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention [5 of 5]
[EX] FG 6-19 Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention 1/1/73-
[GEN] FG 6-19 Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention
[GEN] FG 6-19 Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention 1/1/73-
[EX] FG 6-19/A [I]
[EX] FG 6-19/A [II]
[GEN] FG 6-19/A [empty]



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