The Samuel D. Berger Papers

The Samuel D. Berger Papers consist of 1 box (1.5 linear feet) and 1 oversize box of correspondence, manuscript material, photographs, and miscellany pertaining to Mr. Berger's concern with the study of labor unions and his years in the U.S. Foreign Service. The collection offers an interesting look at Berger's career in the Foreign Service, from his college days to his service in Vietnam, as well as glimpses into the affairs of the countries in which he served.

Following graduate studies in economics at the University of Wisconsin and the London School of Economics, Berger entered government service in 1940 as a labor and manpower specialist. In 1942 he joined the Lend-Lease Mission to Great Britain, working under Averill Harriman, until 1943. Berger's Foreign Service career continued when he was recruited from the army, in which he served as a captain from 1944-1945, to fill the newly created position of Labor Attaché at the U.S. Embassy in London. He served in London until 1950. From that time until 1961 Berger served in various positions in Washington, Tokyo, Wellington, and Athens, building a reputation for his valuable services to the State Department.

In 1961 Berger's diligence was rewarded with a commission as Ambassador to the Republic of Korea. The following year, he was named Career Minister. On the completion of his assignment in Korea, in 1964, Berger became Deputy Commandant of the National War College. From 1965 to 1968 Berger was the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific affairs. In 1968 Berger was sent to Saigon as Deputy Ambassador under Ellsworth Bunker and helped coordinate the U.S. withdrawal from Vietnam. Returning to the U.S in 1972, Berger spent his last two years with the Foreign Service as coordinator of the Senior Seminar program and finally retired, after 34 years of service, in 1974.

Among the correspondence in the collection, which is arranged by subject within a framework of years, are letters from such notable individuals as Richard Nixon, Henry Kissinger, Abraham Ribicoff, and Langdon Post, as well as many U.S. and foreign diplomatic officials. Some of the more informative correspondence is that written by Berger to his wife, Margaret, while he was working for the Lend-Lease mission. The letters tell quite a bit about the War from London's standpoint and were obviously censored (words and lines simply cut out). Also interesting are the New Zealand letters which discuss affairs in Tokyo and allude to Berger's controversial transfer from that embassy.

The oversize box contains commissions and honors given to Berger with signatures including Presidents Kennedy, Truman, and Eisenhower, King George VI, and Ernest Bevin. The remainder of the collection is concerned mainly with photographs of Korea and Berger's incomplete dissertation on the AFL-CIO.

Extent: 1.5 linear feet + 1 oversize box
Date span: 1937-1979
Provenance: Mrs. Elizabeth L. Berger, December 1986
Processed by: Nancy J. Fallgren

CORRESPONDENCE SERIES

MISCELLANEOUS 1937-1942:

Box 1 Folder 1
Miscellaneous, A-C
Date span: 18 Jun 1939 - 27 Dec 1941, undated
Description: Miscellaneous correspondence, including letters from Berger's family and a letter regarding the publication of his dissertation.


Box 1 Folder 2
Miscellaneous, D
Date span: 13 Jun 1939 - 3 Sep 1940
Description: Correspondence from M.C. Daly regarding economics and from the National Association of Die Casting Workers regarding an offensive remark made by Berger. Also includes a paper by Daly, "An Approximation to a Geographical Multiplier."


Box 1 Folder 3
Miscellaneous, E-H
Date span: 28 Jul 1938 - 27 Oct 1941
Description: Miscellaneous correspondence from friends and colleagues regarding, for the most part, family and personal matters.


Box 1 Folder 4
Miscellaneous, L-M
Date span: 16 Apr 1939 - 2 Nov 1940, undated
Description: Miscellaneous correspondence regarding personal matters and labor unions.


Box 1 Folder 5
Miscellaneous, P
Date span: 9 Jan 1929 - 24 Jan 1942, undated
Description: Correspondence mainly from Professor S. Perlman at the University of Wisconsin Economics Department and several letters from Frank C. Pierson of Swarthmore College, PA. The letters from both men concern economics, jobs, labor unions, and personal matters.


Box 1 Folder 6
Miscellaneous, R-S
Date span: 22 Apr 1938 - 3 Mar 1942, undated
Description: Miscellaneous correspondence, including letters from [Berger's sister?] Rachel (Ray) Rosenthal. Other correspondence pertains to Berger's transfer from the War Production Board to the State Department, economic issues, and labor unions.


Box 1 Folder 7
Miscellaneous, T-Z
Date span: 2 Jun 1938 - 8 Nov 1940
Description: Miscellaneous correspondence, including several letters from labor union representatives.


Box 1 Folder 8
Miscellaneous, Anonymous
Date span: 17 Jan 1937 - 9 Jul 1941
Description: Correspondence regarding economic and personal matters from individuals who are unidentifiable from their letters.


LEND-LEASE 1942:


Box 1 Folder 9
London Letters, April-June
Date span: 1 Apr 1942 - 13 Jun 1942
Description: Letters (10 ALS) from Berger to his wife, Margaret, and his brother, Graenum, while Berger was stationed in London with the Lend-Lease Program. Some of the letters have been censored. Includes a government accounting office notice of his transfer to civilian officer.


Box 1 Folder 10
London Letters, July-September
Date span: 10 Jul 1942 - 21 Sep 1942
Description: Correspondence (9 ALS) from Berger to his wife, Margaret, while he was stationed in London with the Lend-Lease Program. Also includes notice of his salary through Septmeber 1943, the end of his term.


MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN SERVICE 1945-1952:


Box 1 Folder 11
London Attache Appointment
Date span: 17 Oct 1945 - 5 Dec 1945
Description: Correspondence regarding the appointment of Berger as Labor Attaché to the American Embassy in London. Includes original request for Berger to fill the position, letters of recommendation, and Berger's letter of acceptance.


Box 1 Folder 12
Foreign Service Examinations
Date span: 18 Nov 1946 - 2 Apr 1947
Description: Correspondence regarding Berger's status as an applicant to the Foreign Service as well as the results of the examinations he had to take.


Box 1 Folder 13
Foreign Service Promotion
Date span: 18 Feb 1952 - 6 May 1952
Description: Letters from other Foreign Service employees congratulating Berger on his promotion to Class 1. Correspondents include Douglas MacArthur II and embassy attachés from all over the world.


NEW ZEALAND 1954-1956:


Box 1 Folder 14
New Zealand, A-C
Date span: 17 Jun 1954 - 10 Jul 1956, undated
Description: Correspondence to and from Berger regarding matters in Tokyo and Berger's appointment to Wellington, New Zealand (which he perceived as punitive action). Includes letters from Congressman W. Sterling Cole and Cabot Coville.


Box 1 Folder 15
New Zealand, D-L
Date span: 22 Jun 1954 - 28 Apr 1956
Description: Correspondence to and from Berger regarding personal and professional affairs in New Zealand, Washington, and Tokyo.


Box 1 Folder 16
New Zealand, M-P
Date span: 2 Aug 1954 - 11 Sep 1956
Description: Correspondence to and from Berger regarding affairs in Tokyo and his appointment to New Zealand.


Box 1 Folder 17
New Zealand, R-S
Date span: 25 Jun 1954 - 8 Nov 1955
Description: Correspondence to and from Berger concerning Tokyo and his appointment to New Zealand. Includes a series of letters to and from the Japanese Ambassador to the U.S. and a series of letters to and from Berger's Tokyo secretary, Jody Stevens.


Box 1 Folder 18
New Zealand, T-W
Date span: 20 Oct 1954 - 8 Aug 1955
Description: Miscellaneous correspondence regarding Foreign Service affairs, including a letter explaining Berger's transfer from Tokyo and a letter regarding the situation in Korea.


Box 1 Folder 19
New Zealand, Anonymous
Date span:
Description: Carbon of letter from Berger to "Husky" regarding their life in New Zealand, a brief explanation of the departure from Tokyo, and Berger's future plans.


MISCELLANEOUS FOREIGN SERVICE 1960-1979:


Box 1 Folder 20
Miscellaneous 1960-72
Date span: 1 Apr 1960 - 25 Oct 1972
Description: Miscellaneous correspondence regarding Vietnam, Greece, and the National War College. Includes letters from Philip Habib and Lt. General John B. McPherson, Commandant USAF.


Box 1 Folder 21
Richard Nixon
Date span: 20 Feb 1973
Description: Photocopy of a letter from President Nixon to Berger thanking him for his work in settling the Vietnam issue "honorably" for the U.S. and a copy of Berger's reply to the President. (Original in "Presidential Autographs Collection").


Box 1 Folder 22
Senior Seminar
Date span: 10 Apr 1973 - 26 Jul 1977
Description: Correspondence regarding the State Department's "Senior Seminar" program to enhance the knowledge of the Seminar members regarding domestic and foreign affairs so that they may be more sensitive to issues in which they may be involved.


Box 1 Folder 23
Henry Kissinger
Date span: 28 Jan 1975
Description: Letter (TLS) from Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to Berger upon the latter's retirement from the Foreign Service. (Certificate of Service, referred to in the letter, can be found in the oversize box).


Box 1 Folder 24
Miscellaneous, 1975-79
Date span: 22 Feb 1974 - 30 Oct 1979
Description: Miscellaneous correspondence, including a carbon of a letter from Berger to Averill Harriman, a letter from a Korean Korean War veteran, and a letter regarding a party for Ambassador Bunker.


MANUSCRIPT MATERIAL


Box 1 Folder 25
Dissertation: Chapter 1
Date span: undated
Description: "Growth of Defeatism in the American Federation of Labor, 1919-1932," the first chapter of a draft of Berger's PhD. dissertation which pertains to the AFL-CIO controversy.


Box 1 Folder 26
Dissertation: Chapter 2
Date span: undated
Description: "Unionism in the N.I.R.H. Period, 1933-35."


Box 1 Folder 27
Dissertation: Chapter 3
Date span: undated
Description: "The 1935 Convention."


Box 1 Folder 28
Dissertation: Chapter 4
Date span: undated
Description: "The 'Real' Problem of CRAFT Versus Industrial Unionism."


Box 1 Folder 29
Dissertation: Chapter 5
Date span: undated
Description: "Bad Faith and Worse History."


Box 1 Folder 30
Dissertation: Chapter 6
Date span: undated
Description: "The 'Leadership' Crisis in the A.F. of L."


Box 1 Folder 31
Dissertation: Chapter 7
Date span: undated
Description: "The Breach is Widened."


Box 1 Folder 32
Dissertation: Chapter 8
Date span: undated
Description: "The CIO is Vindicated."


Box 1 Folder 33
Dissertation: Chapter 9
Date span: undated
Description: "The First Peace Conference."


Box 1 Folder 34
Dissertation: Chapter 10
Date span: undated
Description: "The Second Peace Conference."


Box 1 Folder 35
Dissertation: Chapter 11
Date span: undated
Description: "The Basis for Peace."

Box 1 Folder 36
Dissertation: Chapter 12
Date span: undated
Description: "The Basis for Peace - Continued."


Box 1 Folder 37
Dissertation: Chapter 13
Date span: undated
Description: "The Basis for Peace - Continued."


Box 1 Folder 38
Dissertation: Chapter 14
Date span: undated
Description: "The Basis for Peace - Continued."


Box 1 Folder 39
Dissertation: Chapter 15
Date span: undated
Description: "The Basis for Peace - Continued."


Box 1 Folder 40
Dissertation Draft
Date span: [1938]
Description: Rough draft (annotated) of Berger's dissertation from a folder marked "Dissertation (not finished not submitted) 1938?"


Box 1 Folder 41
Book Review: "CIO: Industrial Unionism in Action"
Date span: undated
Description: Book review, presumably by Berger, filed with his dissertation draft.


Box 1 Folder 42
"Some Thoughts on Foreign Service"
Date span: undated
Description: Handwritten notes by Berger, perhaps for a speech, titled "Some Thoughts on Foreign Service."


Box 1 Folder 43
Labor Notes
Date span: undated
Description: Notes in a college "bluebook" regarding labor unions, particluarly the AFL.


ASSOCIATIONS


Box 1 Folder 44
"The Asia Foundation's Future"
Date span: Mar 1979
Description: A paper on the Asia Foundation, whose board included Ambassador Bunker, which outlines its purpose, assets, ongoing programs, etc.


Box 1 Folder 45
Asia Foundation: Audit and Letters
Date span: 2 Jan 1979 - 31 Jan 1979
Description: Correspondence (photocopies) regarding the draft of an audit of the Asia Foundation by the Agency for International Development and a copy of the audit itself.


Box 1 Folder 46
"The Teaching of Freedom: Alexander Meiklejohn"
Date span: 8 Sep 1977
Description: Paper on the teaching of Alexander Meiklejohn ". . . in His Own Words", edited by Cynthia Stokes, regarding new methods of collegiate education.


Box 1 Folder 47
Alexander Meiklejohn, "The Experimental College"
Date span: 1932, Nov 1978
Description: Photocopy of book by Alexander Meiklejohn with accompanying letter from John Walker Powell regarding its editing and its relevance to the Experimental College as it exists.


Box 1 Folder 48
Experimental College: Meetings and Newsletters
Date span: 14 Oct 1977 - 27 Apr 1978
Description: Notices of banquets, minutes of meetings, and general newletters of Ex-College affairs.


Box 1 Folder 49
Wisconsin Experimental College Proposal
Date span: undated
Description: Proposal for an Experimental College in Wisconsin.


Box 1 Folder 50
9th Senior Seminar
Date span: undated
Description: Spoof pamphlet for the 9th Senior Seminar of the State Department.

Box 1 Folder 51
15th Senior Seminar
Date span: 1972 - 1973
Description: Pamphlets, member's addresses, and memos regarding the 15th Senior Seminar, for which Berger was the coordinator.


Box 1 Folder 52
16th Senior Seminar
Date span: 1973 - 1974
Description: Copy of report on Seminar, pamphlet, lists of members, and copy of photo of members of the 16th Senior Seminar, for which Berger was the coordinator.


Box 1 Folder 53
17th Senior Seminar
Date span: 1974 - 1975
Description: One pamphlet regarding the state of the Foreign Service Office and the State Department itself and "summing-up papers" from the members of the 17th Senior Seminar.


MISCELLANEOUS


Box 1 Folder 54
Labor Education Material
Date span: 1934 - 1940, undated
Description: Materials pertaining to the education of unemployed people, including pamphlets from the Chicago Labor College, the School for Unemployed Workers, the Wisconsin School for Workers, etc. Includes material from classes taught by Berger.


Box 1 Folder 55
Labor Disputes
Date span: 26 Sep 1941 - 7 Oct 1941
Description: Materials relating to labor disputes affecting Naval Defense contracts.


Box 1 Folder 56
National Refugee Service
Date span: 16 Apr 1940, undated
Description: Papers relating to the types of statistics gathered by the NRS and the eligibility requirements for assistance from the NRS.


Box 1 Folder 57
"The American President and Foreign Relations"
Date span: 1949
Description: Reprint from the 1949 Journal of Politics of an inscribed article by Harold J. Laski.


Box 1 Folder 58
"World Labor's New Weapon"
Date span: Apr 1950
Description: Reprint of an article by David Dubinsky from the journal Foreign Affairs.


Box 1 Folder 59
"Bargaining Between Washington and Saigon in Wartime"
Date span: 1974
Description: 3 copies of an article printed in the journal Orbis.


PERSONAL MATERIAL


Box 1 Folder 60
"Diary and Reminder" Books
Date span: undated
Description: 3 books with scattered entries of appointments and meetings.


Box 1 Folder 61
State Department Commendations
Date span: 1953 - 1965
Description: Commendations from the State Department for 10 and 25 years of service and a certificate designating Berger as a representative of the United States government at an Asian labor conference.


Box 1 Folder 62
Passports
Date span: 1938 - 1981
Description: 5 diplomatic passports for Berger, 2 certificates of vaccination, and a letter cancelling Berger's passports after his death. Also includes 1 passport for Margaret Berger and 1 passport for Elizabeth Berger (his first and second wives, respectively).


Box 1 Folder 63
Miscellaneous Papers
Date span: 1939 - 1986
Description: Miscellaneous material including academic invitations, announcements, a Christmas card, a program for the 6th Annual Samuel D. Berger Memorial Lecture at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, stamps, business cards, etc.


PHOTOGRAPHS


Box 1 Folder 64
Averill and Marie Harriman
Date span: 1946, undated
Description: 2 portrait photos of Averill Harriman with inscriptions to Berger and 2 Christmas card photos of Marie and Averill Harriman with their dogs.


Box 1 Folder 65
Samuel D. Berger Portrait Photographs
Date span: 15 Dec 1938, undated
Description: Portrait photos of Berger, most are wallet size.


Box 1 Folder 66
Athens 1961
Date span: 29 Mar 1961
Description: Photo of Berger presenting members of an acting company to Prince Constantine, Princess Sophia, and Princess Irene of Greece.


Box 1 Folder 67
Korea: Miscellaneous 1961
Date span: 14 Aug 1961 - Nov 1961, undated
Description: 3 photos: 1 of Berger being sworn in as Ambassador to Korea, 1 of Berger at a decoration ceremony for a U.S. soldier, and 1 of Berger with the Second Secretary of the Korean Embassy in Washington.


Box 1 Folder 68
Donating to Sunchon Flood Victims
Date span: 5 Sep 1962
Description: Photos of Berger donating $5,000 to help the Sunchon flood victims.


Box 1 Folder 69
Charity Ball for Seoul Children's Relief
Date span: 5 Oct 1962
Description: Photos of the Bergers at the Charity Ball for Children's Relief.


Box 1 Folder 70
Dae Han Heavy Industries
Date span: 18 Oct 1962
Description: Photos of the Bergers touring Dae Han Heavy Industries.


Box 1 Folder 71
Miscellaneous, Korea 1962
Date span: 5 Sep 1962 - 1 Oct 1962
Description: 3 photos: 1 of Margaret Berger with Korean WACs, 1 of Berger at SOFA negotiations, and 1 of Berger at a reception for the 14th Republic of Korea Armed Forces Day.


Box 1 Folder 72
Miscellaneous, Korea 1963
Date span: 7 Jan 1963 - 30 Dec 1963, undated
Description: Variuos photos of the Bergers at a number of functions in Korea, including luncheons, receptions, honorary ceremonies, award ceremonies, etc. Also includes a photo of the Bergers at home at the Embassy in Korea with 2 poodles.


Box 1 Folder 73
Korean National Council of Women
Date span: 6 Jul 1964
Description: Photographs of Margaret Berger at a reception in her honor held by the Korean National Council of Women.


Box 1 Folder 74
Miscellaneous, Korea 1964
Date span: 12 May 1964 - 10 Jul 1964
Description: Photos of the Bergers at various public functions, including a photo of Berger at the airport with a Korean official just before his departure from Korea.


Box 1 Folder 75
Miscellaneous, Korea
Date span: ca. 1961 - 1964
Description: Photographs of Berger greeting various identified individuals at a reception in Korea. There are no dates nor any descriptions of the purpose of the reception.


Box 1 Folder 76
Army War College
Date span: ca. 20 Oct 1972
Description: Photo of Berger with 4 other men in front of a plaque for a building at the Army War College. The photo accompanied a letter from John B. McPherson (folder 20).


Box 1 Folder 77
Senior Seminar
Date span: 14 Aug 1972 - 2 Oct 1974
Description: Various group photos of Senior Seminar members and 1 photo of Berger speaking.


Box 1 Folder 78
Ellis Briggs
Date span: undated
Description: 1 photo of Ellis Briggs and Berger in evening wear.


Box 1 Folder 79
Miscellaneous
Date span: undated
Description: Miscellaneous unidentified and undated photographs of various people, some including Berger.


NEWS CLIPPINGS


Box 1 Folder 80
Newspaper Clippings
Date span: 1939 - 1979
Description: Miscellaneous clippings regarding Berger's career and issues with which he was involved.


OVERSIZE MATERIAL


Oversize Box 1
Awards and Commendations
Date span: 8 Sep 1947 - 30 Aug 1974
Item List: 9 certificates of Berger's various commissions in the Foreign Service signed by President Harry Truman, Secretary of State George C. Marshall, and Acting Secretaries of State Robert S. Cubett[?] and James E. Webb.

1 certificate of British approval of the United States appointment of Berger as Consul in London signed by King George VI and Ernest Bevin.

1 certificate of commission in the Foreign Service signed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles.

1 certificate of commission in the Foreign Service signed by President John F. Kennedy and Secretary of State Dean Rusk.

1 certificate that Berger completed instruction at the National War College.

1 diploma from the U.S. Army Special Warfare School stating that Berger was an Honorary Graduate.

1 Certificate of Service to Berger upon his retirement from the Foreign Service after 34 years, signed by Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.




INDEX


AFL
- Notes 1: 43
AFL-CIO
- Dissertation 1: 25
- Dissertation 1: 26
- Dissertation 1: 27
- Dissertation 1: 28
- Dissertation 1: 29
- Dissertation 1: 30
- Dissertation 1: 31
- Dissertation 1: 32
- Dissertation 1: 33
- Dissertation 1: 34
- Dissertation 1: 35
- Dissertation 1: 36
- Dissertation 1: 37
- Dissertation 1: 38
- Dissertation 1: 39
- Dissertation Draft 1: 40
Adams, Creighton W.
- Correspondence 1: 22
- Photograph 1: 22
Affiliated Schools for Workers 1: 54
American Federation of Labor
- Notes 1: 43
"American President and Foreign Relations" 1: 57
Appointment Books 1: 60
Army War College
- Photographs 1: 76
Asia Foundation 1: 44
- Audit 1: 45
"Bargaining Between Washington & Saigon in Wartime" 1: 59
Berger Family
- Correspondence 1: 1
- Correspondence 1: 6
Berger, H.I.
- Correspondence (Hebrew) 1: 1
Berger, Margaret
- Correspondence 1: 9
- Correspondence 1: 10
Berger, Samuel D.
- Book Review 1: 41
- Letters 1: 9
- Letters 1: 10
- Notes on AFL 1: 43
- Notes on Foreign Service 1: 42
- Photographs 1: 65
- Retirement 1: 23
- Swearing in as Ambassador 1: 67
Book Review
- "CIO: Unionism in Action" 1: 41
Briggs, Ellis
- Photograph 1: 78
Chicago Labor College 1: 54
Cole, W. Sterling
- Correspondence 1: 14
Daly, M.C.
- Article 1: 2
- Correspondence 1: 2
Die Caster's Union
- Correspondence 1: 2
Dissertation
- Chapter 1 1: 25
- Chapter 2 1: 26
- Chapter 3 1: 27
- Chapter 4 1: 28
- Chapter 5 1: 29
- Chapter 6 1: 30
- Chapter 7 1: 31
- Chapter 8 1: 32
- Chapter 9 1: 33
- Chapter 10 1: 34
- Chapter 11 1: 35
- Chapter 12 1: 36
- Chapter 13 1: 37
- Chapter 14 1: 38
- Chapter 15 1: 39
- Correspondence 1: 1
- Draft 1: 40
Dubinsky, David
- "World Labor's New Weapon" 1: 58
Experimental College 1: 47
- 1: 46
- Newsletters 1: 48
- Wisconsin 1: 49
"Experimental College"
- Alexander Meiklejohn 1: 47
Foreign Service
- Application 1: 12
- London Attache 1: 11
- Notes by Berger 1: 42
- Promotion Congratulations 1: 13
Greece
- Photographs 1: 66
Habib, Philip
- Correspondence 1: 20
Harriman, Averill
- Photographs 1: 64
Kissinger, Henry
- Correspondence 1: 23
Korea 1: 18
- Miscellaneous Photographs 1: 71
- Photographs 1: 72
- Photographs 1: 75
- Photographs 1: 68
- Photographs 1: 69
- Photographs 1: 70
- Photographs 1: 73
- Photographs 1: 74
Korean War Veterans 1: 24
Labor Disputes
- Naval Contracts 1: 55
Labor Schools 1: 54
Labor Unions 1: 7
Laski, Harold J.
- Article 1: 57
Lend-Lease Program 1: 10
- 1: 24
- 1: 9
London
- Labor Attache 1945 1: 11
Meiklejohn, Alexander
- "The Experimental College" 1: 47
- Article 1: 46
National Refugee Service 1: 56
National War College 1: 20
New Zealand 1: 14
- 1: 15
- 1: 16
- 1: 19
Newspaper Clippings 1: 80
Nixon, Richard M.
- Correspondence 1: 21
Passports 1: 62
Perlman, S.
- Correspondence 1: 5
Photographs
- Army War College 1972 1: 76
- Briggs, Ellis 1: 78
- Dae Han Heavy Industries 1: 70
- Donation to Korean Flood Victims 1: 68
- Greek Royalty 1: 66
- Harriman, Averill 1: 64
- Korea 1: 75
- Korea 1961 1: 67
- Korea 1962 1: 68
- Korea 1962 1: 69
- Korea 1962 1: 70
- Korea 1962 1: 71
- Korea 1963 1: 72
- Korea 1964 1: 74
- Korea 1964 1: 73
- Korea Departure 1: 74
- Korean Embassy in U.S. 1: 67
- Korean National Council of Women 1: 73
- Miscellaneous 1: 79
- Senior Seminar 1: 77
- Seoul Children's Relief 1: 69
Pierson, Frank C.
- Correspondence 1: 5
Post, Langdon
- Correspondence 1: 5
Ribicoff, Abraham
- Correspondence 1: 17
Rosenthal, Rachel (Ray)
- Correspondence 1: 6
Samuel Berger Memorial Lecture 1986 1: 63
Senior Seminar
- Correspondence 1: 22
- Photographs 1: 77
- Seminar 9 1: 50
- Seminar 15 1: 51
- Seminar 16 1: 52
- Seminar 17 1: 53
Shima, S.
- Correspondence 1: 17
"Some Thoughts on Foreign Service" 1: 42
State Department
- Commendations 1: 61
- U.S. Representative 1: 61
Taylor, Allen
- Correspondence 1: 18
"Teaching of Freedom: Meiklejohn" 1: 46
Tokyo 1: 16
- 1: 18
- 1: 19
- 1: 14
- 1: 15
- 1: 17
Vaccination Certificates 1: 62
Vietnam 1: 20
- 1: 59
- 1: 21
Vivas, Elisio
- Correspondence 1: 7
"World Labor's New Weapon" 1: 58


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