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THE CLARENCE J. MCINTOSH PAPERS
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Box: 2 Fold: 15 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
April 19, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to Harry Shullaw's, the American Vice-Counsel at Jidda, new assignment and notification of his replacement.

Box: 2 Fold: 16 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
April 27, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL, 4 pages/4 sheets with attachment 1 page/1 sheet. CJM provides us with a description of the American Legation's trip to visit the Saudi Arabian king, Ibn Saud, at his camp in central Arabia, Rawdat Tenhat: ". . . there were 16,000 people there and over 1,000 tents of all sizes, shapes and colors. It was an awe inspiring sight as you can well imagine."



Box: 2 Fold: 17 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
May 4, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL, 3 pages/3 sheets. Reference to the contents of a box of personal items CJM recently received, as well as a list of items he would like his family to send over to him.

Box: 2 Fold: 18 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
May 11, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to the arrival of a foreign service officer, Mr. Hart, to the American Legation at Jidda, and the U.S. Government's decision to reclassify all state department employees under the age of 30 as being eligible for the war time draft.

Box: 2 Fold: 19 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
May 18, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to personal matters, including the possibility of a draft deferment.

Box: 2 Fold: 20 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
May 25, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to personal matters, including the need for the purchase of three pairs of shoes.

Box: 2 Fold: 21 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
June 1, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to the arrival of the new foreign service officer, Bill Sands, at Jidda and continued discussion over possibility of deferment from the war time draft.

Box: 2 Fold: 22 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
June 8, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to the funeral ceremony of a staff member from the British Legation.

Box: 2 Fold: 23 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
June 15, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to the departure of Harry Shullaw, American Vice-ConsUl, from Jidda and CJM's appointment as vice-consul to the American Legation at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.

Box: 2 Fold: 24 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Aug. 16, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 4 pages/4 sheets. Reference to CJM's preparation for his transfer to Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, as well as a description of the trip over.

Box: 2 Fold: 25 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Aug. 25-27, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. This letter was written over a three-day period. The dates are indicated in the text. Details the first days after CJM and Parker "Pete" Hart's arrival in Dhahran with a description of the American Consulate there. Reference is made also to a meeting with officials from Standard Oil Company.

Box: 2 Fold: 26 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Sept. 1-3, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 3 pages/3 sheets with two inserts. Reference to CJM's daily schedule and upcoming events.

Box: 2 Fold: 27 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Sept. 8, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 4 pages/2 sheets with a handwritten note and ink-drawn illustration. Reference to a trip made to Bahrein.

Box: 2 Fold: 28 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Sept. 15, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to the rigging of an oil drilling derrick near the American Consulate.

Box: 2 Fold: 28 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Sept. 23, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to official visits paid by CJM on Dhahran officials and a scheduled visit with the Shaikh of Bahrein.

Box: 2 Fold: 29 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Sept. 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to CJM's audience with the Shaikh of Bahrein: "The Shaikh is a short, fat man, and is not too impressive. I understand he originally came from Kuwait."

Box: 2 Fold: 30 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Oct. 6, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 3 pages/3 sheets. Reference to personal matters.

Box: 2 Fold: 31 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Oct. 15, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to the relationship and dependence the American Consulate has had on ARAMCO since their arrival in Dhahran.

Box: 2 Fold: 32 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Oct. 22, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to official trip made to Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia: "The country between here and there varies from sandy, rolling desert to vegetable gardens to large date groves."

Box: 2 Fold: 33 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Oct. 30, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to the preparation of the new American Consulate in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.

Box: 2 Fold: 34 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Nov. 4, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to personal matters.



Box: 2 Fold: 35 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Nov. 21, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets with identifying note on the bottom of page 2. Reference to the move into the new American Consulate in Dhahran: "We put up a flag pole and raised the flag . . . the Saudi Government made us take it down. They said a pole stuck in the ground, such as ours, according to the Koran indicates possession."

Box: 2 Fold: 36 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Nov. 29, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to attendance at a dinner given by King Ibn Saud's brother.

Box: 2 Fold: 37 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Dec. 6, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to the American Consulate's entertaining of local Arab officials.

Box: 2 Fold: 38 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Dec. 14, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to plans to construct a new American Consulate off the ARAMCO compound.

Box: 2 Fold: 39 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Dec. 20, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to work on the Ras Tanura construction project.

Box: 2 Fold: 40 Correspondence 1944: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Dec. 27, 1944

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to a night-time trip to Ras Tanura on rain-soaked dirt roads .

Box: 3 Fold: 1 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Jan. 6-10, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 4 pages/4 sheets. This letter was written over a five-day period. The dates are indicated in the text. Reference of travel to Bahrein to conduct consulate business.

Box: 3 Fold: 2 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Jan. 24, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to the storm-damage at the Al Kharj irrigation project.

Box: 3 Fold: 3 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Feb. 4, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to personal matters.

Box: 3 Fold: 4 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Feb. 11, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to the visits of two ARAMCO employees in Jidda to Dhahran.

Box: 3 Fold: 5 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Feb. 19, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to the work of the American Agricultural Mission in Saudi Arabia.

Box: 3 Fold: 6 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
Feb. 25, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to a proposal to move the American Consulate and other government agencies together with ARAMCO from Dhahran to Ras Tanura.

Box: 3 Fold: 7 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
March 4, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to a meeting between King Ibn Saud and U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Box: 3 Fold: 8 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
March 12, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to personal matters.



Box: 3 Fold: 9 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
March 18, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to a visit by members of the American Legation at Jidda to the Consulate in Dhahran.

Box: 3 Fold: 10 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
March 26, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to visitors from the U.S. State Department to the Consulate in Dhahran.

Box: 3 Fold: 11 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
April 1-4, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. This letter was written over a four-day period. The dates are indicated in the text. Reference to the new American Consulate constructed in Dhahran with a description of the interior and exterior.

Box: 3 Fold: 12 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
April 8, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to the visit of the wife of the resident minister in Jidda to Dhahran.

Box: 3 Fold: 13 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
April 17, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to recent sand storms: "The sand will cut you to pieces and will take the paint off most anything in just a few minutes."



Box: 3 Fold: 14 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
April 24, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 3 pages/2 sheets. Reference to CJM's efforts to get home leave.

Box: 3 Fold: 15 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
April 29, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to personal matters.



Box: 3 Fold: 16 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
May 6, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to the visit of Saudi Arabian officials to Dhahran, with description of social events.

Box: 3 Fold: 17 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
May 14, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TL, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to the celebration of VE day in Dhahran.

Box: 3 Fold: 18 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
May 20, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to changes in personnel at ARAMCO, Dhahran.

Box: 3 Fold: 19 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
May 27, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to personal matters.

Box: 3 Fold: 20 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
June 3, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to a locust plague in Dhahran.

Box: 3 Fold: 21 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
June 10, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 2 pages/2 sheets. Reference to an upcoming visit of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia to Dhahran.

Box: 3 Fold: 22 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
June 17, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 3 pages/3 sheets. Details of Amir Saud's, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, official visit to Dhahran.

Box: 3 Fold: 23 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
June 24, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to the departure of Bill Sands from the American Consulate in Dhahran.

Box: 3 Fold: 24 Correspondence 1945: C. J. McIntosh to McIntosh Family
July 1, 1945

DESCRIPTION: Contains TLS, 1 page/1 sheet. Reference to personnel changes at the American Consulate, Dhahran.


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