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Alexander Meigs Haig papers, 1962-1982

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Department of State, 1962-1982 (continued)
Staff Files (continued)
Clark, William P., committee, 5 Jan. 1982
General, 1981-1982
(2 folders)
Notebooks, 1981
(3 folders)
BOX 227 (6 folders)
Schuette, Keith E., 1981
Stoessel, Walter M., committee, 1982
(1 folder)
BOX 228 (2 folders)
White House Ambassadorial Committee See Container 226, Clark, William P., committee; and Container 227, Stoessel, Walter M., committee
Budget, 1981
Chronological file
6 Jan.-15 May 1981
(6 folders)
BOX 229 18 May-31 Oct. 1981
(9 folders)
BOX 230 1 Nov. 1981-9 Mar. 1982
(10 folders)
BOX 231 10 Mar.-16 Aug. 1982
(6 folders)
Crisis management, 1981-1982
Financial papers, 1981-1982
BOX 232 Gifts, 1981-1982, undated
Guest lists, 1981-1982, undated
Historical perspectives
Dulles, John Foster, undated
Eisenhower, Dwight David, 1981
General, 1981, undated
Meetings list, 1981-1982
Official record maintenance, 1981-1982
Personal correspondence, 1982
Personnel
General
1981
(2 folders)
BOX 233 1982, undated
Presidential appointments, 1982
Press releases, 1981-1982
Secretary's staff, 1981-1982
(2 folders)
Staff meetings, 1981-1982
Portrait of Haig, 1981-1982
Presidential meetings and memoranda, 1981-1982
Protocol letters, 1981
Reports
"Annual Report 1981: Inspector General of the Department of State and Foreign Service," 1982
Backgrounder, Nos. 144-145, re block grants, 1981
"Department of Defense Annual Report to the Congress, FY 1983," 1982
"For a Strengthened Presidency," 1981
"Foreign Policy and Morality: A Contemporary Perspective," 180
Intelligence Legislation, Conference on, 1980
BOX 234 Professional development program of the foreign affairs agencies, circa 1981
"The Reagan Strategic Program," 1981
Trilateral Commission, 1981
"The United States Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy," 1980
"Unsolved Issues Remain Concerning U.S. Participation in IEA," 1981
Résumés and recommendations, 1981-1982, undated
A-F
(4 folders)
BOX 235 G-R
(6 folders)
BOX 236 S-Z
(4 folders)
Security, 1981-1982
Speeches by others, Mar. 1981-Mar. 1982, undated
(2 folders)
BOX 237 Statements, 1981-1982
Tours, 1981-1982
Trip logistics, 1981, undated
Washington Strategy Seminar, 1981-1982
White House fellowships, 1981-1982
Writings by others, 1981-1982
Sicherman, Harvey See Classified
BOX 238-243 Miscellany, 1969-1979
Biographical data, records of memberships in organizations, clippings relating to Haig, inventories which accompanied the papers to the Library of Congress, a few extraneous papers of Frederic J. Brown, and miscellaneous papers.
Arranged alphabetically by subject and type of material.
BOX 238 Biographical data, 1973-1974
Brown, Frederic J., papers of
Notebook, 1969
"Restructuring NATO Forces to Compensate for MBFR--a Preliminary Analysis," by R.W. Komer et al., 1972
"A United States Army for the Future," draft manuscript by Brown and Zeb B. Bradford, Jr., 1972
Clippings
June 1968-Dec. 1972
(5 folders)
BOX 239 Jan. 1973-Sept. 1974
(23 folders)
BOX 240 Oct. 1974-Dec. 1977
(27 folders)
MacArthur, script by Taft Schreiber, 1974
Memberships in clubs and organizations, 1972-1977
General
A-C
G-P
S-W
BOX 241 Loyola College Board of Trustees, Loyola College, Baltimore, Md., 1975-1977
(6 folders)
BOX 242 Original inventories of Haig Papers
NATO files
Administrative
(4 folders)
Alphabetical
(2 folders)
BOX 243 Messages
(2 folders)
Political advisor (POLAD)
(2 folders)
Reintegration of Greece
Reports
Special assistant to chief of staff (SPACOS)
Speeches and writings
Articles
Speeches and interviews
"As Delivered" speech notebooks
Cancelled
Congressional testimony
General
Short remarks
Tapes
Vice chief of staff, U.S. Army and White House service
Smithsonian Institution Board of Regents, 1974
"A Strategy of Selective Defense," 1969
Vietnam Report, U.S. Defense Attache Office, Saigon, Republic of Vietnam, 1972-1974
BOX CL 1-176 Classified, 1969-1982
Documents containing national security information at the confidential or secret level removed from the collection.
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