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JACK K. MCFALL PAPERS
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Box: 1 Fold: 1 Dean Acheson
DATE SPAN: 07/31/1951 - 03/25/1957

DESCRIPTION: Consists of correspondence from Dean Acheson to 1. McFall, TLS dated 3/25/1957; 2. Sen. Alexander Wiley, TL carbon dated 8/1/1951, w/ attached TL carbon from Wiley to Acheson, dated 7/23/1951.

Box: 1 Fold: 2 Dwight D. Eisenhower
October 5, 1955

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL carbon from Eisenhower to McFall, dated 10/5/1955, on White House letterhead. Re McFall's resignation from ambassadorial position in Finland.



Box: 1 Fold: 3 J. Edgar Hoover
February 1936-May 1939

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS from J. Edgar Hoover to McFall - 1. Dated 2/13/1936, w/ concluding comment: "Any time that you want a position as a "G Man" your prowess with the revolver and machine gun, as demonstrated in our firearms range will certainly recommend you most highly." Includes enclosed printed bull's eye, signed in ink by Hoover, "To my good friend Jack McFall certified J. Edgar Hoover 2/13/36." 2. Dated 5/18/1939, re thanks for McFall's support of FBI on the Appropriation Bill for 1940.

Box: 1 Fold: 4 J. Edgar Hoover
Jan. 1940 - Oct. 1942

DESCRIPTION: Contains 4 TLS from Hoover to McFall, dated as follows on FBI letterhead: 1/11/1940; 6/10/1941; 1/12/1942; 10/2/1942.

Box: 1 Fold: 5 Charles Evans Hughes
May 22, 1933

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS from Charles Evans Hughes to McFall. Re thanks to McFall for support of the Class of 1933 of the National University Law School.

Box: 1 Fold: 6 Hubert H. Humphrey
Nov. 1955 - Oct. 1965

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS from Hubert H. Humphrey as senator and U.S. vice-president, to McFall, dated as follows: 11/9/1955; 9/27/1965; 10/13/1965.

Box: 1 Fold: 7 Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.
Oct. 1954; July 1965

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS from Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., as follows - 1. Dated 10/7/1954, w/ condolence on McFall's illness, "It also surprised me because I thought you looked very well." 2. Dated 7/21/65, "Thank you so much for your message. I am glad to have your approval and I shall do my best to be worthy of your confidence."

Box: 1 Fold: 8 Livingston Merchant
November 4, 1954

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS from Livingston T. Merchant to McFall, as follows: "This is just a line to tell you how distressed I was to learn that you had been ill and to express the hope that you are not only coming along rapidly but enjoying a little overdue vacation."

Box: 1 Fold: 9 Richard Nixon
Nov.-Dec. 1952

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS from Richard Nixon in reply to letter from McFall (carbon attached).

Box: 1 Fold: 10 Richard Nixon
January 28, 1957

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS from Nixon to McFall on letterhead of the U.S. vice-president. Re sending New Year's greetings and encouragement regarding McFall's illness.

Box: 1 Fold: 11 Sam Rayburn
January 6, 1955

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS from Sam Rayburn to McFall, sending Christmas greetings.

Box: 1 Fold: 12 Franklin D. Roosevelt
February 24, 1934

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS from F.D.R. to William B. Oliver, U.S. House of Representatives. Re 1934 appropriation to the U.S. Foreign Service, "We cannot have an efficient Foreign Service unless we can lift from the minds of the men in it the burden of anxiety over the financial condition of themselves and their families which now interferes materially with their duties."

Box: 1 Fold: 13 Dean Rusk
April 5, 1961

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS from Dean Rusk to McFall on letterhead for the U.S. Secretary of State, as follows: "It was good to hear from you, and I was interested to read of your past experience in Sierra Leone - an area which few Americans know at firsthand."

Box: 1 Fold: 14 Leopold Stokowski
March 14, 1940

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS from Leopold Stokowski to Aubry Williams, administrator of the National Youth Administration, Washington, D.C. Re a bad encounter with the press while visiting the Vatican: "I write you this so as to make it perfectly clear that the ugly stories that were printed in the newspapers at that time were untrue and the product of unclean imaginations."

Box: 1 Fold: 15 Leopold Stokowski
March 1, 1956

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS from Stokowski to Mr. and Mrs. Jack McFall, as follows: "It was a great pleasure to receive your card from beautiful Barbados that I know quite well. It is the only place in the world in which I was in a house of prostitution - but not for the usual reasons!"

Box: 1 Fold: 16 Earl Warren
September 6, 1955

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS from Earl Warren to McFall.

Box: 1 Fold: 17 Correspondence Received 1944
May-November 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence addressed to McFall, as follows - 1. TLS from "Frank" on stationery for the U.S. Naval Liaison Office, Colombo, Ceylon, dated 5/27/1944. 2. TLS from H.R. Gillard, managing secretary, Navy League of Canada, dated 11/28/1944 with TL carbons attached from a) Gillard to James Forrestal, secretary, U.S. Navy, 11/28/1944; b) McFall to Gillard, 11/27/1944; c) McFall from Victor R. Ramsay, managing secretary, Navy League of Canada, 11/27/1944; d) McFall to D.H. Gibson, president, Navy League of Canada, 11/27/1944; e) McFall to Gordon C. Leitch, president, Ontario Division, Navy League of Canada, 11/27/1944; f) McFall to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Foley, 11/3/1944; and g) McFall to Commodore M.H.A. Kelsey, commanding officer, H.M.S. WARSPITE, 10/23/1944.



Box: 1 Fold: 18 Correspondence Received 1945
March-August 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall as follows - 1. TLS from W.F. Chappell, U.S. Navy Department, dated 5/16/1945. 2. 2 TLS from Capt. H.G. DeWolf, Department of National Defence, Naval Service, Ottawa, Canada, dated 12/28/1944 and 5/11/1945, w/ attached TL carbon from McFall. 3. TLS from Lt. Com. Henry N. Groman, U.S. Naval Liaison Office, Vancouver, dated 8/1/1945. 4. TL carbon memo from George C. Kinnear to the director of Naval Intelligence, re commendation of McFall for his work in Freetown, Sierra Leone, dated 8/13/1945, w/ TL carbon from McFall to Kinnear in acknowledgement. 5. 2 TLS from G.E. Swerdfager, councillor, Ottawa Junior Board of Trade, dated 3/12/1945 and 3/31/1945, w/ attached TL carbon from McFall. 6. TLS from "Ronnie" on stationery of the Department of National Defence, Air Service, Canada, w/ attached humorous list entitled, "Control Tower Blues" (2pp.)

Box: 1 Fold: 19 Correspondence Received 1949 (A-B)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall, primarily re congratulations on his appointment as U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Congressional Relations. All correspondence includes TL carbon acknowledgements from McFall. 1. TLS from Frank E. Ahern, attache, U.S. Embassy, London, dated 11/16/1949 2. TLS from S.A. Andretta, admin. asst. to attorney general, U.S. Dept. of Justice, dated 10/14/1949. 3. TLS from Laird Archer, chairman, American Council of Voluntary Agencies, dated 10/25/1949. 4. TLS from Elizabeth H. Armstrong, dated 11/21/1949. 5. ALS from Muriel Baker, 10/24/1949. 6. TLS from Gordon R. Ball, general manager, Bank of Montreal, 11/9/1949. 7. ALS + TLS from Madge Ballard, 11/9/1949. 8. TLS from Frederic (Fritz) H. Behr, Jr., U.S. consulate, Montreal, 10/19/1949. 9. ACS from William Belton, U.S. embassy, Dominican Republic, 12/1949. 10. TLS from James V. Bennett, dir., U.S. Bureau of Prisons, 10/14/1949. 11. ALS from Florence Bergman, 10/12/1949. 12. TLS from Thomas D. Blake, International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation, 10/12/1949. 13. TLS from E.H. (Al) Bourgerie, U.S. embassy, Johannesburg, S. Africa, 11/10/1949. 14. TL carbon from McFall to Gideon McFall Bowman, 11/22/1949 (original from Bowman not present). 15. TLS from Spruille Braden, 10/13/1949. 16. ALS from Barnee Briskin, 2/1949. 17. TLS from Robert L. Buell, U.S. consulate, Scotland, 10/14/1949.

Box: 1 Fold: 20 Correspondence Received 1949 (C)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall primarily congratulations re appointment as U.S. Asst. Sec. of State for Congressional Relations. TL carbon acknowledgements from McFall included in almost all cases. 1. TLS from Joseph Caine, 12/2/1949. 2. TLS from Mac R. Campbell, 12/ 12/1949. 3. TLS from George R. Canty, U.S. legation, Berne, 1/14/1949. 4. ALS from Andrew Carneghie, senior air officer, Scotland, 10/14/1949. 5. TLS from Wilbur P. Chase, U.S. consulate general, Hamburg, Germany, 11/18/1949. 6. TLS from William A. Conkright, U.S. embassy, Seoul, Korea, 10/21/1949. 7. Telegram from Gerasimos Crassos, Athens (c.1949). 8. ALS from A. Cyril Crilley, chief, Division of Foreign Service Reporting, 10/18/1949.

Box: 1 Fold: 21 Correspondence Received 1949 (D-E)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall, primarily congratulations re appointment as U.S. Asst. Sec. of State for Congressional Affairs. Includes TL carbon acknowledgements from McFall in most cases. 1. TLS from Emery Deri, 11/13/1949. 2. TLS from Edmund J. Dorsz, charge d'affaires, U.S. embassy, Baghdad, Iraq, 10/14/1949. 3. Thomas J. Downs, 11/28/1949, w/ newsclipping of McFall's swearing in, showing Dean Acheson and Mrs. McFall as witnesses. 4. ALS from William G. Edens, 11/11/1949. 5. TLS from John G. Erhardt, U.S. legation, Vienna, Austria, 12/21/1949. 6. TLS from George N. Eustathopulo, Hellenic Hydro-Electric and Metallurgical Corporation, 11/29/1949. 7. ALS from Ailene Evanson, 10/19/1949.

Box: 1 Fold: 22 Correspondence Received 1949 (F-G)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall, primarily congratulations re appointment as U.S. Asst. Sec. of State for Congressional Relations. Includes TL carbon aknowledgements from McFall in most cases. 1. TLS from Walton C. Ferris, U.S. consul general, Quebec, 10/6/1949. 2. TLS from Addison G. Foster, U.S. Economic Cooperation Administration, 10/27/1949. 3. ALS from Pearl and Homer Fox, U.S. embassy, Brussels, 10/17/1949. 4. TLS from Laurence C. Frank, U.S. consulate general, Sicily, 10/25/1949. 5. TLS from Walton C. Frank, U.S. consul general, Quebec, 10/6/1949. 6. TLS from James G. Fulton, U.S. congressman, 11/1/1949. 7. ALS from George Gillies, Jr., 10/18/1949. 8. TL carbon from McFall to John Glavanis, American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, Athens, Greece, 11/25/1949 (original from Glavanis not present.) 9. TLS from W. Richard Glavin, asst. dir., FBI, 11/4/1949. 10. ALS from Harry Glickman, M.D., 11/18/1949. 11. TLS from Lomer Gouin, 10/29/1949. 12. TLS from Alastair Grant, 10/21/1949. 13. TLS from Robert A. Grant, lawyer, Indiana, 12/2/1949. 14. ALS from Cecil Wayne Gray, consul general, U.S, embassy, Paris, 10/17/1949. 15. ALS from A. Ruth Green, U.S. consulate, Montreal, 10/30/1949. 16. TLS from John P. Gregg, commissioner, U.S. Tariff Commission, 10/21/1949. 17. TLS from H. Lawrence Groves, U.S. consulate general, Montreal, 10/19/1949.

Box: 1 Fold: 23 Correspondence Received 1949 (H-J)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall primarily congratulations re appointment as U.S. Asst. Sec. of State for Congressional Relations. Includes TL carbon acknowledgements from McFall in most cases. 1. Telegram from John Gerard Harrington, 11/11/1949. 2. ALS from Stanley T. Hayes, U.S. vice consul, Montreal, 10/20/1949. 3. TLS from Robert C. Hill, asst. to vice-president, W.R. Grace & Co., Washington, D.C., 10/13/1949. 4. TLS from J. Edgar Hoover, dir., FBI, 11/21/1949. 5. TLS from Glenn Howell, 8/18/1949. 6. TLS from Robert C. Huffman, U.S. asst. consular attache, Singapore, 11/23/1949. 7. ALS from E.A. Hummel, 11/1949. 8. ALS from Robert C. Johnson, U.S. vice consul, Montreal, 10/21/1949. 9. ALS from Mary Juday, 11/1/1949.



Box: 1 Fold: 24 Correspondence Received 1949 (K-N)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall primarily re appointment as U.S. Asst. Sec. of State for Congressional Relations. Includes TL carbon replies from McFall in most cases. 1. TLS from Judge Felix A. Kaul, Lake Circuit Court, 11/21/1949, w/ attached newsclipping photo showing swearing-in of McFall, Dean Acheson and Martha McFall in attendance. 2. TLS from W.L. Kilcoin, U.S. embassy, Ottawa, 10/17/1949. 3. TLS from George Kinnear, 12/28/1949. 4. TLS from Kathryn Lapham, 11/1/1949, w/ attached b/w photo of Kathryn and Ken Lapham. 5. ALS from Frederick J. Lindow, U.S. embassy, Montreal, 10/21/1949. 6. ALS from Herbert S. McDonough, 11/21/1949, w/ newsclipping showing McFall's swearing-in. 7. TLS from Jack McFetrick, 10/26/1949. 8. TLS from Robert G. McGregor, U.S. consul, Union of South Africa, 10/21/1949. 9. TLS from William C. Martin, attorney, 12/23/1949. 10. TLS from T.B. Morrow, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, 10/14/1949. 11. TLS from Harold R. Moskovit, state president, Affiliated Young Democrats, Inc., 10/14/1949. 12. 2 TLS from John A. Noonan, manager, Royal Bank of Canada, Ottawa, 10/31/1949 and 11/23/1949.

Box: 1 Fold: 25 Correspondence Received 1949 (O-P)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall primarily congratulations re appointment as U.S. Asst. Sec. of State for Congressional Relations. Most include TL carbon replies from McFall. 1. TLS from John O'Brien, 10/14/1949. 2. ALS from Cy O'Day, U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 10/14/1949. 3. TLS from Paul A. Ouimet, honorary secretary, Naval Officers' Club, Montreal, 12/2/1949. 4. TLS from Douglas Owens, 11/14/1949. 5. Telegram from Lou Owens, 12/8/1949. 6. ALS from Robert Painter, Bank of Montreal, 9/30/1949. 7. ALS from Patricia Pappano, U.S. embassy, Rome, 10/13/1949. 8. TLS from Spencer Phenix, 12/27/1949. 9. ACS from Naomi Phillips, 11/1949. 10. TLS from William B. Plummer, 11/21/1949. 11. TLS from John Pugh, 10/16/1949.

Box: 1 Fold: 26 Correspondence Received 1949 (R-S)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall primarily congratulations re appointment as U.S. Asst. Sec. of State for Congressional Relations. Includes TL carbons from McFall in most cases. 1. TLS from K.L. Rankin, U.S. consulate general, Hong Kong, 10/27/1949. 2. TLS from Christopher M. Ravndal, U.S. embassy, Montevideo, Uruguay, 10/13/1949. 3. TLS from Harold D. Robison, U.S. consulate, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 12/2/1949. 4. ALS from George Roper, 11/23/1949. 5. TLS from Frank Roudybush, 11/25/1949. 6. TLS from Hugh Saunderson, 12/8/1949. 7. TLS from Samuel Duvall Schell, 10/12/1949. 8. ALS from Henry P. Seidemann, 10/19/1949. 9. TLS from Marc Shield, 10/24/1949. 10. TLS from Carlile Bolton-Smith, 10/12/1949. 11. TLS from Peter F. Snyder, attorney, 10/12/1949. 12. TLS from Joe Starnes, 10/17/1949. 13. TLS from John R. Steelman, asst. to the U.S. president, 10/2/1949.

Box: 1 Fold: 27 Correspondence Received 1949 (T-W)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall primarily re appointment as U.S. Asst. Sec. of State for Congressional Affairs. Includes TL carbons from McFall in most cases. 1. ALS from Selma Taeni, fan and autograph seeker, 11/12/1949. 2. TLS from Clyde Tolson, asst. dir., FBI, 11/21/1949. 3. TLS from John W Tuthill, counselor of embassy for economic affairs, U.S. embassy, Stockholm, 10/20/1949. 4. ALS from Cyril B. Upham, 11/17/1949. 5. ALS from George Vik, 10/21/1949. 6. TLS from Charles Wildblood, 10/24/1949. 7. TLS from North Winship, U.S. ambassador, Union of South Africa, 10/24/1949, w/ attached b/w photo of Amb. and Mrs. Winship. 8. TLS from Walter A. Wood, Arctic Institute of North America, 11/3/1949. 9. TLS from Irene Woodgate, U.S. embassy, Montreal, 10/20/1949. 10. TLS from Sam E. Woods, U.S. consul general, Munich, Germany, 10/18/1949.

Box: 1 Fold: 28 Correspondence Received 1949 (Miscellaneous)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains the following items - 1. Typed list of correspondents for 1949 who sent letters of congratulations to McFall on his appointment as U.S. Asst. Sec. of State for Congressional Relations. See preceeding folders for the correspondence: 1:19-1:27. 2. Official stationery of Dept. of State, Asst. Secretary, bearing the following autograph note: "Congratulatory letters on appointment as Asst. Secy. of State." 3. TL dated 11/14/1949, unsigned except for typed names: Cal, Charlie, Bill, Hugo, Jackapopolus, Ruchti, Steve." Includes newsclipping about McFall's tour in Greece as U.S. First Secretary.

Box: 1 Fold: 29 Correspondence Received 1950 (B-M)
1950

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall, as follows - 1. Memo from Edward W. Barrett, asst. sec., U.S. State Dept. 3/6/1950. 2. TLS from Vincent Covins, 1/13/1950. 3. TLS from Nathaniel P. Davis, U.S. minister, Budapest, Hungary, 4/7/1950. 4. ALS from Charles A. Eaton, U.S. congressman, 8/31/1950. 5. TLS from Carl W. Evans, editor, Electrical South, Atlanta, Georgia, 3/23/1950. 6. ALS from Frances Owens, 1/21/1950. 7. TLS from Charles E. Jackson, general manager, National Fisheries Inst., Inc., 1/11/1950. 8. TLS from Shane MacCarthy, 1/9/1950. 9. Memo from Charles H. Mace, 5/26/1950, w/ attached copy of memo from Robert M. Winfree to Arthur G. Stevens, 5/24/1950: "Our Minister to Luxembourg has expressed a desire for one hundred (100) picnic baskets in which to pack lunches for visiting Congressmen and/or other VIP's upon their departure from the Grand Duchy." 10. Memo from Jesse M. MacKnight, 3/6/1950. 11. TLS from Robert B. Memminger, U.S. embassy, Athens, 4/11/1950. 12. TLS from Ed Michel, executive dir., Dale Carnegie Course, New York, 1/8/1950. 13. TLS from Edward G. Miller, Jr., 4/12/1950. 14. TLS from Harold B. Minor, U.S. embassy, Athens, 4/11/1950. 15. TLS from Robert D. Murphy, U.S. ambassador to Brussels, Belgium, 5/11/1950.

Box: 1 Fold: 30 Correspondence Received 1950 (P-T)
1950

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall, including some TL carbon replies from McFall, as follows - 1. TLS from Freddie Pearce, Ceylon, 5/25/1950. 2. ALS from Lin Root, 2/1950. 3. TLS from Aaron M. Rosenthal, 1/12/1950. 4. Memo from Francis H. Russell, 4/3/1950. 5. TLS from Norbert H Schmidt, 4/11/1950. 6. TLS from W. Manly Sheppard, 1/13/1950. 7. TLS from John B. Shipman, U.S. Navy (retired), 1/8/1950. 8. TLS from Norman A. Smith, 1/16/1950. 9. ALS from Jit Trainor, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 1/10/1950. 10. TLS from Harry R. Turkel, U.S. embassy, Peru.

Box: 1 Fold: 31 Correspondence Received 1951
1951

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall, including some TL carbon replies, as follows - 1. TLS from Thomas D. Blake, 12/13/1951. 2. TLS from Lucretia Grady (Mrs. Henry F.) 3/1951. 3. TMsS of poem to McFall by Don Jackson, dated 11/22/1951. 4. TL carbon from Francis Wilcox, 8/2/1951, w/ attached TL carbon from McFall to Elbridge Durbrow, 8/3/1951.

Box: 1 Fold: 32 Correspondence Received 1952
1952

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence received primarily re McFall's appointment as EEMP to Finland, including TL carbon acknowledgements from McFall, as follows - 1. TLS from Frederic H. Behr, U.S. vice consul, Duesseldorf, Germany. 2. TLS from Warren G. Magnuson, U.S. senate, 10/7/1952. 3. TLS from A. Willis Robertson, U.S. senate, 9/15/1952. 4. TLS from Howland H. Sargeant, asst. sec. of state, 9/11/1952. 5. TLS from John M. Vorys, U.S. congressman, 11/17/1952. 6. TLS from James E. Webb, 10/9/1952. 7. TLS from Chase Going Woodhouse, Democratic National Committee, 10/28/1952.

Box: 1 Fold: 33 Correspondence Received 1953-1954
1953-54

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall, re work with the U.S. delegation to the United Nations (UN), as follows - 1. TLS from J.P. Richards, congressman, 7/31/1953. 2. TLS from Ward Allen, United Nations adviser, European Affairs, 9/17/1954, w/ attached typed schedule of meetings for McFall at a UN general assembly. 3. TLS from Robert D. Coe, 11/11/1954. 4. TLS from James F. Dulligan, attorney, 10/26/1954. 5. TLS from Alfred Joachim Fischer, journalist, 11/6/1954. 6. TLS from William O. Hall, U.S. Mission to UN, 11/23/1954. 7. TLS from Artturi Lehtinen, consul general of Finland, 11/22/1954. 8. Jasper M. Mead, Federal Trade Commission, 11/ 4/1954. 9. TLS from Joseph Messinger, Pan-American Photographic Services, Inc., N.Y., 11/15/1954. 10. TLS from John H. Morgan, U.S. embassy, Finland, 11/12/1954. 11. ALS from Beatrice Puckett, 11/5/1954. 12. TLS from Sen. George Smathers, 11/2/1954. 13. TLS from Oscar A. Thorup, Jr., asst. to the dean, University of Virginia.

Box: 1 Fold: 34 Correspondence Received 1955
1955

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall, including some TL carbon replies from McFall, as follows - 1. TLS from James C. Auchincloss, 10/13/1955. 2. TLS from Edward W. Barrett, 10/17/1955. 3. TLS from John Davis Lodge, U.S. ambassador, Madrid, Spain, 5/11/1955. 4. TLS from Robert Haeger, Newsweek, London, 3/29/1955. 5. TLS from "Hap" Harris, news editor, WJOB, South Shore Broadcasting Corp., Hammond, Indiana, 1/5/1955. 6. TLS from William C. Martin, attorney, 10/5/1955. 7. TLS from John M. Robison, Jr., congressman, 11/5/1955. 8. TLS from Howland H. Sargeant, pres., American Committee for Liberation from Bolshevism, Inc., N.Y., 10/14/1955, w/ attached copy of the Congressional Record, July, 19, 1955, featuring a report on the aforementioned committee. 9. TLS from Alexander Smith, U.S. senate, 10/18/1955. 10. TLS signed "Madge" (Ballard), 9/26/1955.

Box: 1 Fold: 35 Correspondence Received 1958-59
Nov. 1958 - Dec. 1959

DESCRIPTION: Contains 2 TLS from Wilton B. Persons, asst. to the U.S. president.

Box: 1 Fold: 36 Correspondence Received 1965-1972
Nov. 1965 - July 1972

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence to McFall as follows - 1. TLS from Mark Evans, vice pres., Metromedia, Washington, D.C., 11/4/1965. 2. TLS from Loy W. Henderson, 7/6/1972.

Box: 1 Fold: 37 Fanmail/Public Correspondence
April 1938 - April 1965

DESCRIPTION: Contains letters from the public.

Box: 1 Fold: 38 Correspondence Received (undated)
Undated

DESCRIPTION: Contains undated correspondence to McFall, as follows - ALS from Edward W. Barrett.

Box: 1 Fold: 39 Correspondence Copies Received
Feb. 1948 - Oct. 1950

DESCRIPTION: Contains carbons of correspondence between various U.S. government officials of which carbons were sent to McFall's files, as follows - 1. TLS to Robert A. Lovett, under sec. of state from Jacqueline Mellington, special asst. to asst. sec. for John M. Vorys, 2/4/1948. 2. TLS to Dean Acheson from Mike Mansfield, House of Representatives, 9/30/1950.

Box: 1 Fold: 40 Correspondence Sent 1945
July 27, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL carbons sent by McFall to Marjorie Gilbert; Air Vice Marshal Kenneth Guthrie, Winnipeg, Manitoba; Sybil Martin.

Box: 1 Fold: 41 Correspondence Sent 1945 - McFall to Glenn Howell
April - July 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains 12 TL carbons from McFall to Capt. Glenn Howell, U.S. Navy, dating

April through July 1945. Includes ALS acknowledgement from Howell, 6/10/1945.

Box: 1 Fold: 42 Correspondence Sent 1949
September 19, 1949

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL carbon from McFall to Henry F. Grady, U.S. ambassador to Athens, 9/19/1949.

Box: 1 Fold: 43 Correspondence Sent 1950-1954
February 1950 - October 1954

DESCRIPTION:

Contains correspondence carbons from McFall as follows - 1. Joint memo to Livingston Merchant and Joseph C. Satterthwaite, 2/20/1950, w/ attached AL to Martha McFall from unidentified friend, forwarding humorous newsclippings. 2. Memo to Elbridge Durbrow, 10/20/1950, w/ attached TL carbon from Tom Connally, chairman, U.S. Senate, Committee on Foreign Relations, to Dean Acheson, U.S. Sec. of State, 9/28/1950. 3. 9 page TL to Robert Allen re an erroneous account of McFall's "background and activities" published in a book entitled, "Truman Merry-go-Round." The "three letters" referred to by McFall include one from Tom Connally (item #2 in this folder) and one from Mike Mansfield (see folder 1:39). 4. Memo for the File re U.S. financial aid to Israel, 2/6/1952. 4. TL carbon to Francis Wilcox, 10/11/1954.



Box: 1 Fold: 44 American Council on Education 44th Annual Meeting
October 5-6, 1961

DESCRIPTION: Contains transcript of the address delivered by Edward R. Murrow, dir., U.S. Information Agency, to the 44th Annual Meeting of the American Council on Education, Washington, D.C.

Box: 1 Fold: 45 Dacor House
June-July 1970

DESCRIPTION: Contains June 1970 issue of The Dacor Bulletin featuring remarks by McFall on his experiences as executive secretary of the Appropriations Committee of the House of Representatives. Includes a copy of the July 1970 Department of State News Letter reprinting the Dacor Bulletin article.,

Box: 1 Fold: 46 Harry S. Truman Library
1975-1978

DESCRIPTION: Contains 3 TLS from Benedict K. Zobrist, dir., Harry S. Truman Library, U.S. General Services Administration, expressing interest in acquiring McFall's papers. Includes printed catalog for the library, May 1976.

Box: 1 Fold: 47 U.S. Navy
1936-1939

DESCRIPTION: Contains papers relating to McFall's assignment in the U.S. Navy. Includes ALS and TLS from McFall.

Box: 1 Fold: 48 U.S. Navy
1940-1942

DESCRIPTION: Contains papers relating to McFall's assignment in the U.S. Navy. Includes duty assignments and medical/dental records.

Box: 1 Fold: 49 U.S. Navy - Sierra Leone
1942

DESCRIPTION: Contains papers relating to McFall's posting to the Office of U.S. Naval Observer in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Includes intelligence reports by McFall during this period.

Box: 1 Fold: 50 U.S. Navy - Sierra Leone
1943

DESCRIPTION: Contains correspondence and papers relating to McFall's posting to the Office of the U.S. Naval Observer in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Includes numerous intelligence reports by McFall.

Box: 1 Fold: 51 U.S. Navy
1944-1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains papers, primarily correspondence and memoranda covering this period of service in the Navy. Includes 2 ALS from Admiral Sir Bernard Rawlings 7/7/1945 & 12/20/1945; 3 TLS from Thomas B. Inglis, chief, Naval Intelligence, 11/20/1945, 12/3/1945, 12/28/1945.

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