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JEAN EDWARD SMITH PAPERS
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Box: 8 Fold: 41 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (1961)
1961

DESCRIPTION: 5 photographs of Lucius D. Clay dated 1961 as President Kennedy's personal representative in West Berlin. Includes 1 photo dated 9/19/1961 of Clay reviewing guards upon arrival in West Berlin; 1 photo dated 9/25/1961 of Clay meeting with West German President Heinrich Luebke; 1 photo dated 9/23/1961 of Clay reviewing U.S. troops in Berlin; 1 photo dated 11/6/1961 of Clay with president of the West Berlin Parliament Otto Bach; 1 photo of Clay dated 4/7/1961.

Box: 8 Fold: 42 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (1961-62)
1961 - 1962

DESCRIPTION: 5 photographs dated 1961-62 of Lucius D. Clay. Includes 1 photo of military tanks in procession (probably in Berlin); 1 photo of Lucius D. Clay; and 3 photographs of Clay and his wife Marjorie.

Box: 8 Fold: 43 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (1962)
1/8/1962

DESCRIPTION: 1 photograph dated 1/8/1962 of Lucius D. Clay with Secretary of State Dean Rusk at the State Department.

Box: 8 Fold: 44 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (1971)
1971

DESCRIPTION: 3 photographs dated 1971 of Lucius D. Clay in conjunction with his work with New York Presbyterian Hospital.

Box: 8 Fold: 45 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (1972)
1972

DESCRIPTION: 1 photograph dated 5/2/1971 of Lucius D. Clay (?) among a group of people.

Box: 8 Fold: 46 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (undated)
undated

DESCRIPTION: 31 undated photographs, some including Lucius D. Clay. Most likely relating to his experiences in the Philippines, when he was on General Douglas MacArthur's staff.

Box: 8 Fold: 47 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (undated)
undated

DESCRIPTION: 3 undated photographs, 2 of Lucius D. Clay in groups of people, most likely taken between 1945 and 1949.

Box: 8 Fold: 48 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (undated)
undated

DESCRIPTION: 7 undated photographs. 6 include Lucius D. Clay. 4 include Walter Kerr, who signed 1 of the photos. Kerr, of the "New York Herald Tribune," helped Clay edit his book "Decision in Germany." Circa 1949-50.

Box: 8 Fold: 49 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (undated)
undated

DESCRIPTION: 2 undated photographs of crowds and media in Germany, circa 1945-1949. Lucius D. Clay may be in 1 of the photos, surrounded by military officials.

Box: 8 Fold: 50 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (undated)
1945 - 1949

DESCRIPTION: 4 undated photographs (circa 1945-49) of Lucius D. Clay with military officials. Possibly scenes from a meeting of the Allied Control Council.

Box: 8 Fold: 51 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (undated)
undated

DESCRIPTION: 4 photographs of Lucius D. Clay standing at an airfield on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

Box: 8 Fold: 52 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (undated)
1971?

DESCRIPTION: 2 photographs dated 1971? of Lucius D. Clay, sitting at a conference with Thomas E. Dewey, President Richard M. Nixon, Dean Acheson, and Henry Kissinger, discussing the 1971 Berlin Accords.



Box: 8 Fold: 53 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (undated)
undated

DESCRIPTION: 2 undated photographs. 1 photo of Lucius D. Clay seated with Harry S. Truman at a social function. 1 photo of Clay with Grayson Kirk and Cleo F. Craig looking at a model of the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center.

Box: 8 Fold: 54 Photographs - Lucius D. Clay (undated)
1945 - 1949

DESCRIPTION: 1 photograph (photocopy) of Lucius D. Clay at his desk, circa 1945-49.

Box: 8 Fold: 55 Photograph - Bruce C. Clarke (1961)
1/9/1961

DESCRIPTION: 1 8"x10" black-and-white photograph of General Bruce C. Clarke at his desk dated 1/9/1961.

Box: 8 Fold: 56 Photographs - Marjorie McKeown Clay
1945? - 1949?

DESCRIPTION: 2 black-and-white 5"x7" photographs of Marjorie McKeown Clay, wife of Lucius D. Clay.

Box: 8 Fold: 57 Photographs - Marjorie McKeown Clay
1945? - 1949?

DESCRIPTION: 3 black-and-white 4.5"x6.5" photographs of Marjorie McKeown Clay with children.

Box: 8 Fold: 58 Photographs - Marjorie McKeown Clay
1945? - 1949?

DESCRIPTION: 3 black-and-white photographs of Marjorie McKeown Clay with children.

Box: 8 Fold: 59 Photographs - Marjorie McKeown Clay
Christmas 1948

DESCRIPTION: 2 8"x10" photographs of Marjorie McKeown Clay with children, dated Christmas 1948.

Box: 8 Fold: 60 Photographs - Marjorie McKeown Clay
1945? - 1949?

DESCRIPTION: 6 photographs of Marjorie McKeown Clay in West Berlin with a group of people, including Mrs. Phillipps Hawkins, Mrs. F. L. Devereux, Captain F. B. Wilson (Chairman of Community Chest Purchasing Committee), Herr Tim (Buergermeister of Neukoelln), Herr Raddatz (Chief of Neukoelln Welfare Office), and Herr Leiner (Deputy Buergermesiter of Neukoelln).

Box: 8 Fold: 61 Photographs - Marjorie McKeown Clay
1945? - 1949?

DESCRIPTION: 4 photographs of Marjorie McKeown Clay with three-year-and-six-month-old Klaus Dieter Lehmann.

Box: 8 Fold: 62 Photographs - Marjorie McKeown Clay
1945? - 1949?

DESCRIPTION: 5 undated photographs of Marjorie McKeown Clay in groups of people.

Box: 8 Fold: 63 Photographs - Clay family members
1858? - 1956?

DESCRIPTION: 8 photographs of relatives of Lucius D. Clay. Includes photos and accompanying genealogical data on the following individuals: Evelyn Clay Everett, Mary Elizabeth Clay, Elizabeth Clay, Robert Edwin Clay, Josephine Bowden, Annie Lizzie Davis Gann, Samual J. Davis, and William Monroe Clay.

Box: 8 Fold: 64 Hoenger, Maier & Geiler
1945?

DESCRIPTION: 1 photograph of Wilhelm Hoenger, Bavarian Minister President; Reinhold Maier, Minister President of Wurrtemburg-Baden, and Karl Geiler, Minister President of Greater Hessen at the second meeting of "Landerrat," c.1945.

Box: 8 Fold: 65 Rossman, Hoenger & Geiler
5/7/1946

DESCRIPTION: 1 photograph of Landerrat Secretary General Erich Rossman, Bavarian Minister President Wilhelm Hoenger, and Greater Hesse Minister President Karl Geiler at the 8th meeting of the Landerrat, Stuttgart, Germany, 5/7/1946.

Box: 8 Fold: 66 Children
1945? - 1949?

DESCRIPTION: 5 undated, unlabeled photographs of children.

Box: 9 Fold: 1 Audio Cassettes
1969? - 1976?

DESCRIPTION: 26 audio cassettes of interviews conducted by Jean Edward Smith for his book "Lucius D. Clay: An American Life." Interviewees include the following individuals: Margaret Allen, James Boyd, Herbert Brownell (see also typed transcript: box 6, folder 46), James Carmichael, Major General Hugh J. Casey, Eugene Herbert Clay, Lucius D. Clay (1 tape only: 12/6/1969 interview, which corresponds to typed transcript in box 6 folder 53), Lucius D. Clay, Jr. (see also typed transcript: box 7, folder 16), Marjorie McKeown Clay (2 cassettes), Paul Davies, Judge Charles Fahy, Richard Kerst, Robert Lovett (see also typed transcript: box 7, folder 27), Donald McLean, Dr. Milton Porter, Filemon Rodriguez, Edna Shelley, Charles Skinner, Major General Richard Sverdrup, General Maxwell Taylor, Francis L. Turner, Langhorn Washburn, Lieutenant General Albert Watson, Lawrence Wilkinson, and 2 unidentified cassettes.

Box: 10 Fold: 1 Photograph: Lucius D. and Marjorie Clay
5/1949

DESCRIPTION: 1 oversized 8.5"x11.5" color photograph of Lucius D. Clay and his wife Marjorie, dated 5/1949.

Box: 10 Fold: 2 Photograph: Lucius D. Clay
1945? - 1949?

DESCRIPTION: 1 oversized 10"x13" photograph of Lucius D. Clay at a meeting, circa 1945-49.

Box: 10 Fold: 3 Photograph: Unidentified
1945? - 1949?

DESCRIPTION: 1 oversized 9.5"x14" photograph of unidentified car driving an a motorcade.

Box: 10 Fold: 4 Photograph: Lucius D. Clay
1945? - 1949?

DESCRIPTION: 1 oversized 9.5"x14" photograph of Lucius D. Clay walking past a line of soldiers, circa 1945-49.

Box: 10 Fold: 5 Muniments
no date

DESCRIPTION: 2 letter openers engraved "Gettysburg, PA."

Box: 10 Fold: 6 Muniments
undated

DESCRIPTION: Muniments among Jean Edward Smith Papers. Includes tickets to Princeton-Yale football game, wooden beads, and gold buckle.

Box: 10 Fold: 7 Clay, Lucius D. to Grace, J. Peter, Jr.
12/24/1962

DESCRIPTION: 1 ALS (framed) dated 12/24/1962 from Lucius D. Clay, signed as "Authorized Representative, Committee of Cuban Families," Washington, D.C., to J. Peter Grace, Jr., of the Grace National Bank in New York. The letter, in effect, brought about the release of American prisoners held by Castro's government in Cuba after the Bay of Pigs. In the letter, Clay indicated the terms of a loan between the Cuban Families Committee and the Grace National Bank. 1 TL version (also framed) of the same letter is also contained in this folder. The letter was donated to the Georgetown University Library by Francis D. Flannagan.

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