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MARTIN F. HERZ PAPERS
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Box: 1 Fold: 1 Congo Crisis / Algeria (Analytical Papers by M.F. Herz)
Written 1/1961 - 4/1961

DESCRIPTION: Contains analytical papers by MFH as follows -

@ 1. "An Analytical Chronology of the Congo Crisis" written 1/25/1961. Includes cover letter (TLS) by Dean Rusk, dated 1/30/1961: "...I was very much impresses with this study and gave it to the President for his background reading..."

@ Table of contents as follows -

@ I. Early Background II. Origin of the Crisis III. The Original United Nations Mandate IV. Congo Devvelopments in July V. Second Security Concil Meeting; Lumumba Visit to US VI. Development of US Policy VII. Congo Developments in August VIII. Policy Problems in Washington IX. Coup and Counter-Coup in Leopoldville X. United Nations Proceedings in September XI. Mobutu vs the United Nations XII. Belgian Role in Katanga and Leopoldville XIII. Congo Developments in December XIV. UN Debates of December XV. January Developments.

@ 2. Supplement: January 20 - March 6, 1961, with carbons of memoranda from MFH.

@ 3. "An Analysis of the Algerian Problem." Written 4/1/1961. Table of contents as follows -

@ 1. Origin and Background 2. Evolution of de Gaulle's Position 3. Algeia in the United Nations before 1960. 4. The French Position in 1960 5. The FLN Position 6. The Unites States Position 7. The Sino-Soviet Position 8. The U.S. Position in the 15th UN General Assembly 9. Developments in Early 1961.

@ TLS from Richard D. Mahoney to MFH, dated 7/22/1978, re the above-listed papers. The former was quite possibly a researcher.

Box: 1 Fold: 2 Human Rights...Study of South African Cases (by Armistead Lee)
Written May 1957

DESCRIPTION: Contains copy of typed paper by Armistead M. Lee, entitled, "Competence and Compliance in Human Rights Issues Before the United Nations - A Study of the South African Cases." Includes printed article by Lee, "Human Rights and American Policy in Africa (Foreign Service Journal, October 1978). Also, TLS from Ward P. Allen, deputy asst. sec. for International Organizational Affairs, to Lee, (5/18/71): "...I think you would agree that time has not really changed your basic conclusions as to South African reaction and that unfortunately the UN has reached an even lower ebb in terms of its persuasive value on public opinion. I think the future course lies, however, somewhere in between the strict construction of Article 2, paragraph 7, and encouraging "futile revolt" which you suggest might follow..."

Box: 1 Fold: 3 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1973
October to December 1973

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence exchanged between MFH and U.S. State Dept. colleagues concerning his prospects as the future ambassador to Bulgaria. Includes the following notables -

@ David K.E. Bruce - TLS 10/25/73; ALS 12/27/73: "...I have not slackened for a moment in my interest in a good assignment for you. I have raised it with the Secty. several times; he seemed to view my statements sympathetically, but was non-commital. My guess is that he would be considerably influenced by a recommendation from Nat Davis, whom I don not know."

@ Henry Kissinger - TLS 11/23/73, to Sidney Hook: "I would like to thank you for your stimulating thoughts about our moral interests, as well as you comments about Martin Herz. I am aware of Mr. Herz' exceptional ability and am considering him in connection with several positions..."

@ Robert McClintock - TL carbon 11/8/73, to Nathaniel Davis: "...On a matter relating to your new duties, I wonder if you know my old friend and colleague Martin Herz...who under the dipensation of Secretary Rogers and Bill Hall had been put on the Department's White House list to be Ambassador to Bulgaria..."

Box: 1 Fold: 4 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "A"
January-March 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence to MFH from friends and colleagues re his appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following -

@ Anita Abou, telegram, 3/1974

@ Theodore C. Achilles, TLS 3/18/74

@ Samuel C. Adams, Jr., TLS 3/4/74

@ Mary Jo Ahlert, ALS 1/28/74

@ Hugh G. Appling, TLS 1/25/74

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "B"
January-March 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence to MFH from friends and colleagues re his appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following -

@ Margaret Mary Barrett, ACS 2/22/74

@ Ruthilde Boesch, ACS, n.d.

@ Archie M. Bolster, first secretary, New Dehli, India, TLS 2/4/74

@ Kenyon C. Bolton, TLS 2/15/74

@ Philip W. Bonsal, ALS 2/6/74

@ Edward T. Brennan, US consul general, Thessaloniki, Greece, TLS 1/30/74

@ Stephen & Anne Brown, telegram, 1/74

@ David K.E. Bruce (?), TLS 2/8/74

@ George Bush, ACS 3/12/74

@ John Busterud, TLS 2/19/74

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "C"
January-February 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence to MFH from friends and colleagues re his appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following -

@ Phil Chadbourn, TLS 1/29/74

@ Howard R. Cottam, TLS 2/1/74

@ P. Gardner Cox, 1/29/74



Box: 1 Fold: 7 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "D-E"
January-April 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence to MFH from friends and colleagues re his appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following -

@ Frank Dale, ANS, n.d.

@ Richard T. Davies, TLS 2/5/74

@ John Gunther Dean, TLS 1/28/74

@ Jim Denby, ACS postcard, n.d.

@ Michael T. Dixon, 1/30/74

@ Eileen R. Donovan, U.S. ambassador, Barbados, TLS 4/29/74

@ Eleanor Davies Erhardt, ALS, n.d.

@ Thomas S. Estes, TLS 3/5/74

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "F-G"
January-March 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence to MFH from friends and colleagues re his appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following -

@ Donald M. Fraser, chairman, subcommittee on International Organizations and Movements, House of Representatives, Committee on Foreign Affairs, to J. William Fulbright, TL copy, 1/29/74: "I am taking this opportunity to express my support for the nominations of Martin F. Herz to be Ambassador to Bulgaria."

@ Cyrus Ghani, TLS 2/8/74

@ Lewis E. Gleeck, Jr., TLS 3/14/74

@ G. McMurtrie Godley, TLS 3/14/74

@ Geoffrey Gorer, ALS 1/31/74

@ Ernest Thomas Greene, TLS 2/25/74

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "H"
Sept. 1973-March 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence to MFH from friends and colleagues re his appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following -

@ Robert H. Harlan, consul general, Frankfurt, Germany, TLS 1/28/74.

@ Manfred H. Hecht, ALS 4/13/74

@ Albert Hirst, 2 TLS, 2 ALS, dating from 9/18/73 to 2/9/74.

@ Arthur S. Hoffman, TLS 1/28/74

@ Frank Snowden Hopkins, TLS 3/5/74

@ Robert A. Hurwitch, U.S. ambassador, Dominican Republic, TLS 1/29/74.

@ John Humes, telegram.

Box: 1 Fold: 10 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "J"
January-February 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence to MFH from friends and colleagues re his appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following -

@ Robert L. James, TLS 2/27/74

@ Jacob K. Javits, TLS 1/31/74

@ Lucille A. Jereczek, TLS 2/6/74

@ William B. Jones, 1/28/74

Box: 1 Fold: 11 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "K-L"
January-April 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence received by MFH from friends and colleagues on his nomination and appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following from -

@ Albert E. Kane, TLS 4/7/74, includes clipping about MFH's nomination.

@ Paul M. Kattenburg, TLS 2/5/74

@ Ben Kimpel, ALS n.d.

@ Edward M. Korry, TLS 2/20/74

@ George W. Landau, U.S. ambassador, Paraguay, TLS 1/28/74

@ Daniel Lerner, TLS 2/6/74

@ Isaac Don Levine, ALS 2/25/74

@ Dereydoon Luo (sp?), telegram 2/74.

Box: 1 Fold: 12 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "M-N"
January-November 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence received by MFH from friends and colleagues on his nomination and appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following from -

@ McClintock, Robert, U.S. ambassador, Venezuela (1970), telegram 1/74.

@ Maj. Gen. William C. McMahon, ALS 8/8/74.

@ Joseph A. Mendenhall, U.S. ambassador, Tananarive, Madagascar, TLS 1/30/74.

@ George H. Merrick, TLS 11/8/74.

@ Jack Morrison, TLS 1/28/74.

@ John W. Mowinckel, TLS 2/4/74.

@ George F. Muller, TLS 2/4/74.

@ Robert D. Murphy, Corning International Corporation, TLS 3/14/74.

@ Robert G. Neumann, U.S. ambassador, Morocco, TLS 2/8/74.



Box: 1 Fold: 13 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "O-P"
January 1974-May 1975

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence received by MFH from friends and colleagues on his nomination and appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following from -

@ Yoshio Okawara, director-general, American Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Tokyo, Japan, TLS 3/26/74.

@ Clinton L. Olson, U.S. ambassador, Freetown, Sierra Leone, TLS 3/26/74.

@ Saul K. Padover, TLS 2/2/74.

@ Richard F. Pedersen, U.S. ambassador, Budapest, Hungary, TLS 1/29/74.

@ Howard W. Pollock, deputy administrator, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, TLS 2/12/74.

@ Herman Pollack, director, Bureau of International Scientific and Technological Affairs, State Dept., TLS 3/16/74.

@ David H. Popper, U.S. ambassador, Santiago, Chile, TLS 3/1/74

@ Karl Popper, TLS 2/2/74

@ Herbert Prack, TLS 2/10/74 (in German).

@ Hoyt Price to J. William Fulbright, TLS copy 2/19/74: "A good friend of mine, Martin F. Herz, has been nomiated as Ambassador to Bulgaria...Martin has an exceptional ability to analyze problems and suggest reasonable solutions. In fact, he has one of the most brilliant minds I met during my years in the Foreign Service..."

@ Rupert Prohme, TLS 5/6/75.

Box: 1 Fold: 14 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "R"
January 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence received by MFH from friends and colleagues on his nomination and appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following from -

@ Otto Reim - ANS and clippings about Bulgaria, n.d.

@ Fernando Rondon, TLS 1/28/74.

Box: 1 Fold: 15 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "S"
January-March 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence received by MFH from friends and colleagues on his nomination and appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following from -

@ Carl F. Salans, TLS 1/28/74

@ Stanley J. Siegel, deputy director, U.S. Operations Mission to Thailand, Agency for International Development, TLS 3/11/74.

@ E. Wilder Spaulding, TLS 1/25/74; ALS 3/16/74.

@ William J. Stibravy, minister, U.S. Permanent Representative to Unido, Vienna, Austria, TLS 2/13/74.

@ Shepard Stone, ALS 1/28/74.

@ Georgette Subt, TLS 2/26/74.

@ Jack Sulser, U.S. consul general, Frankfurt, Germany, ALS, 1/28/74. Includes TLS copy from MFH in reply.

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "T"
January-March 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence received by MFH from friends and colleagues on his nomination and appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following from -

@ Charles R. Tanguy, TLS 1/29/74

@ Nicholas G. Thacher, ALS 2/7/74

@ Friedrich Torberg, TLS 2/8/74

@ Tran Chanh Thanh, ACS 2/14/74 (in French)

@ Oliver L. Troxel, Jr., 3/5/74, TLS 3/5/74.

@ Theresa A. Tull, ALS 1/30/74.

@ William R. Tyler, TLS 3/11/74.



Box: 1 Fold: 17 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974 "V-Z"
January-March 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence received by MFH from friends and colleagues on his nomination and appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria. Letters include the following from -

@ George von Peterffy, telegram and ACS.

@ Jean M. Wilkowski, U.S. ambassador, Lusaka, Zambia, TLS 2/7/74.

@ Francis O. Wilcox, TLS 3/15/74.

@ Victor Wolf, Jr., TLS 1/31/74

@ Charles W. Yost, TLS 1/29/74.

@ M. Ziai, ALS 3/27/74.

Box: 1 Fold: 18 Bulgaria - Correspondence 1974, unidentified
January-March 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains congratulatory correspondence to MFH. Correspondents not identifiable; letters signed by first names only.

Box: 1 Fold: 19 Bulgaria - Ambassadorial Appointment Swearing-In
circa February/March 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains typed list of guests attending the swearing-in ceremony for MHF as ambassador to Bulgaria. Includes checklist of preparatory activities for the post.

Box: 1 Fold: 20 Bulgaria - Ambassadorial Appointment - clipping
January 26, 1974

DESCRIPTION: Contains clippings of announcement of MFH's appointment as U.S. ambassador to Bulgaria, printed by the Washington Post.

Box: 1 Fold: 21 Dacca, India - Security of U.S. Nationals (Telegram/Memo)
December 1971

DESCRIPTION: Contains Department of State Telegram sent from the U.S. embassy in New Delhi to U.S. Secretary of State, Washington, D.C., on the subject of "Security of Foreigners in Dacca."

Box: 1 Fold: 22 Iran - Airgram/Reports from U.S. Embassy Tehran to State Dept.
1963 - 1967

DESCRIPTION: Contains State Dept. "airgrams"/reports from the U.S. Embassy in Tehran concerning the political situation in Iran. Report subjects as follows with author (primarily MFH) noted. (The first lines of each report summary are also given.)

@ Subject: The Iranian Intellectual Community: Structure, Patterns, Problems, and Recommendations for U.S. Actions.

Date: 12/21/63

Author: Stuart W. Rockwell, charge d'affaires, a.i.

Summary: One of the most eciting political problems of Iran today is how to bring the younger lements of the intelligentsia into closer harmony with the regime...

@ Subject: Some Intangible Factors in Iranian Politics.

Date: 6/15/64

Author: Martin F. Herz, counselor of embassy for political affairs

Summary: In terms of the power relations of its internal forces, Iran is a remarkably stable country. The Shah is in firm control, and he has managed to created an aura of reform which ahs benefited his regime both at home and abroad. The present airgram does not deal with power factors but with the intangibles of the situation, examining critically both the strengths and the weaknesses...

@ Subject: Lessons from the Status Bill Fiasco

Author: Martin F. Herz

Date: 12/10/64

Summary: The recent uproar over the bill according certain immunities to American military personnel in Iran has brought about a deterioration in the position of the Mansur Government and in the image of the United States in Iran. There is still a widespread and unjustified feeling that the bill conveyed privileges similar to the capitulations of the Treaty of Tukomanchai. The episode has well illustrated how Iranian public opinion operates; but it is doubtful that the Government has assimilated the lesson.

@ Subject: Iranian policy Toward the United Arab Kingdom

Author: Martin F. Herz

Date: 1/16/65

Summary: The Shah's concern over Nasser's ambitions in areas contiguous to Iran is real. It may be exaggerated, but it is not unfounded. The Shah does not claim that Nasser represents an immediate military threat but he feels that current trends, unless checked, will bring the military power of Arab irredentism increasingly to Iran's doorstep; and Iran's Khuzistan, which furnishes 75 per cent of Iran's foreign exchange earnings, is vulnerable to Arab irrenditist propaganda...

@ Subject: The Current Reorientation of Iran's Military Procurement - A Summary Record of U.S. Efforts to Create a New Relationship.

Author: Meyer

Date: 8/15/66

Summary: Political, economic, and military factors combined to created a near-crisis in U.S.-Iran relations as the Shah has attempted to bargain with the U.S., lessen his dependence on us, and diversify his military procurement - and in so doing moved in the direction of inviting a significant Soviet military intrusion into the arms supply picture...

@ Subject: Semi-annual Assessment of the Political Situation in Iran

Author: Meyer

Date: 8/1/67

Summary: In comparing the situation as of August 1 with that of six months ago, we find that most trends are up...

@ Other items in the file include the following general intelligence information -

@ Educational Background of Member of the iranian Cabinet (list)

@ Noteworthy Iranian Anniversaries (list)

@ Shah's brothers and sisters (list)

@ Check-Sheet of Tehran Newspapers and Magazines

@ A Layman's Guide to P.L. 480, 83d Congress (enacted in 1954) re sale or gift of commodities with reference to Iran.

@ 1 TL copy from William Crockett to Julius C. Holmes, U.S. ambassador to Iran, January 1965: "Many thanks for your letter of December 2, 1956. I am indeed impressed by the "Policy and Program Summary" that you enclosed. This prodigious effort by you and your staff aims at meeting the same need for a management tool in foreign affairs that the Comprehensive Country Programming System was designed to meet and it meets it very well..."



Box: 1 Fold: 23 Iran and Martin F. Herz - Newsclippings
December 1979

DESCRIPTION: Contains newsclippings about MFH, his work and views on the political situation in Iran, particularly regarding the Shah and the Ayatollah Khomeini.

Box: 1 Fold: 24 Iran - Protest Leaflets
1977-78

DESCRIPTION: Contains various leaflets printed by Iranian organizations in the U.S., including the Union of Iranian Students in the U.S., Young Muslims Organization, protesting the ousting of Khomeini by the Shah; U.S. support of the Shah, the Shah's U.S. visit.

Box: 1 Fold: 25 France - "Compendium of French Politics" by M.F. Herz
September-October 1954

DESCRIPTION: Contains mimeograph copy of a lengthy profile report by MFH on French politics of the times.

Box: 1 Fold: 26 Foreign Service - Correspondence
c.1961-80

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence relating to the organization of the U.S. Foreign Service and the training of its officers. Includes -

@ Claiborne Pell, TLS to MFH, 9/17/80, re amendment to the Foreign Service Act which would ensure that "the administration's authority to grant and withold extensions of career appointments for members of the Senior Foreign Service cannot be utilized to politicize the Senior Foreign Service by purging officers whose views are considered to be at variance with those of the administration and to reward those whose views conform to those of the administration of the day."

@ Kenneth W. Bleakley, president, American Foreign Service Association, TLS to MFH, 11/10/80: "I want to take the occasion to thank you for your help in securing a Foreign Service Act which is capable, with careful implentation, of strengthing the Foreign Service."

Box: 1 Fold: 27 Foreign Service - Entrance Examination (M.F. Herz)
1940-45

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence and grade reports relating to the Foreign Service Entrance Examnination taken by MFH.

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Foreign Service - Ambassadorial Appointments
July 1957 - May 1978

DESCRIPTION: Contains various items concerning the appointment of ambassadors in the Foreign Service. Includes

@ Memo by MFH made as a member of the American Foreign Service Association (AFSA): "This AFSA Chapter has become increasingly concerned by the pattern of Ambassadorial appointments made, and according to press reports, uner consideration by the Administration..."

@ Congressional report and article by MFH about the nomination of Maxwell Gluck as ambassador to Ceylon in 1957.

@ Address written by MFH (?) re the appointment of ambassadors, entitled, "Fables about Career Services."

Box: 1 Fold: 29 Foreign Service - Information (Misc.)
c. 1958-60

DESCRIPTION: Contains miscellaneous information re the Foreign Service. Includes copy of the Certificate of Incorporation of the American Foreign Service Association; salary scales; summary report of recommendations for improving the State Dept.

Box: 1 Fold: 30 Foreign Service - Reports by Martin F. Herz
undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains miscellaneous typescripts by MFH re the Foreign Service and the American Foreign Service Association.

Box: 1 Fold: 31 Foreign Service - Printed Articles (various authors)
c.1953-71

DESCRIPTION: Contains printed material, articles and newsclippings about the U.S. Foreign Service. Authors include -

@ Jack Anderson, "Unsung Heroes in our Foreign Service."

@ Charles E. Bohlen, "The Foreign Service and the Panorama of Change."

@ Louis J. Halle, "Professionalism and the Foreign Service."

@ Charles D. Lewis, "We Can be Proud of Our Foreign Service."

@ Robert McClintock, "The Care and Feeding of Ambassadors."

@ James W. Spain, "The Country Director, A Subjective Appraisal."

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Foreign Service Journal Articles by Martin F. Herz
May-December 1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains clippings of articles written by MFH printed in the Foreign Service Journal.

Box: 1 Fold: 33 Foreign Service Journal Articles by Martin F. Herz
1950-1959

DESCRIPTION: Contains clippings of articles written by MFH printed in the Foreign Service Journal.

Box: 1 Fold: 34 Foreign Service Journal Articles by Martin F. Herz
1963-68

DESCRIPTION: Contains clippings of articles written by MFH printed in the Foreign Service Journal.

Box: 1 Fold: 35 Foreign Service Journal Articles by Martin F. Herz
1973-79

DESCRIPTION: Contains clippings of articles written by MFH printed in the Foreign Service Journal.

Box: 1 Fold: 36 Foreign Service Journal Articles by Martin F. Herz
1980-82

DESCRIPTION: Contains clippings of articles written by MFH printed in the Foreign Service Journal.

Box: 1 Fold: 37 Foreign Service Journal Book Reviews by M.F. Herz
undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains clippings of book reviews by MFH printed in the Foreign Service Journal.

Box: 1 Fold: 38 Foreign Service Journal Articles by M.F. Herz - Proofs
April-May 1983

DESCRIPTION: Contains galley proofs for an article written by MFH for the journal. Printed title, "Looking Back on My Career."

Box: 1 Fold: 39 Foreign Service Journal Articles by Martin F. Herz (MSS)
1967-83

DESCRIPTION: Contains typescripts of various articles written by MFH and submitted for consideration to the Foreign Service Journal.

Box: 1 Fold: 40 Foreign Service Journal Articles about M.F. Herz
1949-1983

DESCRIPTION: Contains articles in the journal about MFH.

Box: 1 Fold: 41 Foreign Service Journal - Obituary for M.F. Herz
December 1983

DESCRIPTION: Contains the December 1983 issue carrying the obituary for MFH, pp.15 & 34.

Box: 1 Fold: 42 Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
c.1977-82

DESCRIPTION: Contains material relating to MFH's position as director of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at Georgetown University. Includes newsclipping announcing his appointment; and TLS copy to Stephen J. Solarz, chairman, subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs, Committee on Foreign Relations, U.S. House of Representatives, re attached statment re the political situation in Cambodia and U.S. relations.

Box: 1 Fold: 43 "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife" - Corres. File A-B
August-September 1980

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence file for the ISD publication edited by MFH, entitled, "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife, A Symposium." Includes letters, manuscripts, and information from contributors as follows -

@ Pat Armitage, TLS to MFH, 8/18/80.

@ Betty Atherton, TLS to MFH, 12/24/80 + TMss. Also TLS to MFH from George Beveridge, Sr. Asst. Managing Ed., Washington Star, granting permission to reprint an article (attached) about Atherton by Joy Billington.

@ Katherine Baker, TLS to MFH, 8/29/80 + resume and TMs.

Box: 1 Fold: 44 "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife" - Corres. File C-F
June-November 1980

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence file for the ISD publication edited by MFH, entitled, "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife, A Symposium." Includes letters, manuscripts, and information from contributors, as follows -

@ Josefina de Perez-Chiriboya, TLS to MFH 11/13/80.

@ Anthea S. de Rouville, vice-pres., AFSA, to MFH 6/27/80.

@ Lesley Dorman, jointly with Patricia Ryan, TMs.



Box: 1 Fold: 45 "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife" - Corres. File G-J
1979-1980

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence file for the ISD publication edited by MFH, "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife, A Symposium." Includes correspondence, manuscripts, information from contributors, as follows -

@ Lewis E. Gleeck, Jr., 2 TLS, 1 ALS expressing his "anti-libber" view, 7/31/79-1980.

@ Ellen Goodman, TL carbon from Margery R. Boichel, MFH's assistant at ISD. Includes printed biographical information.

@ Lispenard Green, 2 TLS to MFH, 6/21/80, 7/31/80.

@ Edmund M. Gullion, TLS copy from MFH, 8/25/80.

@ Jane Hart, TLS 10/27/80, ALS 8/4/80, to MFH + manuscripts.

@ Douglas Heck, TLS to MFH 12/1/80.

@ Marilyn Holmes, article about (Department of State Newsletter, July 1980).

@ Donna J. Hrinak and Luis Flores, TL carbon received from Victor Wolf on behalf of MFH, inviting the former to contribute to the publication. Attached to TLS from Wolf to MFH 9/27/80: "I enclosed a copy of a letter I wrote today to Donna J. Hrinak, the economic-commercial officer in Bogota we dicussed yesterday..."

@ Martine Jore-Laget, 2 ALS, TLS + manuscripts 8/3/80, 8/25/80, 11/17/80.



Box: 1 Fold: 46 "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife" - Corres. File K-M
July-October 1980

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence file for the ISD publication edited by MFH, "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife, A Symposium." Includes correspondence, manuscripts, information from contributors, as follows -

@ Stephanie Smith Kinney, 2 TLS to MFH 9/24/80, 10/22/80.

@ Mariko Kitahara, TLS to MFH, 8/26/80 + resume.

@ Penelope B. Laingen, TLS to MFH + resume.

@ Janet West Lloyd, 2 ALS 7/5/80, 9/2/80.

@ Paul T. Luebke, TLS to MFH 10/23/80 + resume.

@ Arlene Masters, TLS to MFH 11/28/80.

@ Hope Meyers, TLS to MFH 10/31/80 + manuscript. Also, ALS from Meyers requesting to be withdrawn from the publication, 7/8/80.

Box: 1 Fold: 47 "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife" - Corres. File N-P
October 1980

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence file for the ISD publication edited by MFH, "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife, A Symposium." Includes correspondence, manuscripts, information from contributors, as follows -

@ Giuseppina Pietromarchi - manuscript.

Box: 1 Fold: 48 "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife" - Corres. File Q-T
June-November 1980

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence file for the ISD publication edited by MFH, "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife, A Symposium." Includes correspondence, manuscripts, information from contributors, as follows -

@ Charlotte Recknagel, 3 TLS to MFH 6/26/80-11/21/80.

@ Elmore F. Rigamer, 3 TLS to MFH 7/14/80-11/3/80.

@ Pat Ryan, ALS to Margery Boichal.

@ Margaret W. Sullivan, 3 TLS to MFH + manuscript, 9/80.

@ Odette Adams Toomey, resume.

@ Oliver L. Troxel, Jr., 2 TLS to MFH, 8/5/80, 10/29/80.



Box: 1 Fold: 49 "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife" - Corres. File V-W
June-September 1980

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence file for the ISD publication edited by MFH, "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife, A Symposium." Includes correspondence, manuscripts, information from contributors, as follows -

@ Christiane van Briessen - manuscript.

@ Wendelgard von Staden - 2 TLS to MFH + manuscript.

@ Alfred and Melissa Wells - TLS copy from MFH + copy of article about Melissa Wells.

@ Joan Wilson - TNS to MFH.

Box: 1 Fold: 50 "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife" - Symposium File
June-July 1980

DESCRIPTION: Contains lists of contributors/participants to the ISD symposium, the proceedings and papers of which were eventually published as "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife."

Box: 1 Fold: 51 "Diplomacy: The Role of the Wife" - Publication Data
1980/81

DESCRIPTION: Contains copyright registration and Library of Congress cataloguing data form.

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