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JEAN EDWARD SMITH PAPERS
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Box: 2 Fold: 87 Correspondence to Smith (3/1971)
3/19/1971 - 3/25/1971

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 3/25/1971 from Charlotte H. Waller, Secretary to W. Averell Harriman stating that Governor Harriman is out of the office. 1 TL (carbon) dated 3/19/1971 from Smith to Harriman requesting an interview.

Box: 2 Fold: 88 Correspondence to Smith (4/1971)
4/26/1971

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 4/26/1971 from the office of Harold Boeschenstein, of Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation, to Jean Edward Smith acknowledging receipt of a letter from Smith.

Box: 2 Fold: 89 Correspondence to Smith (5/1971)
5/1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 5/1971 to Jean Edward Smith pertaining to his research for his biography of Lucius Clay. Correspondents include Lillian Weksler, Grover W. Asmus, Edna Gates, A. Edloe Donnan, R. Pessey, Doris Le, Otis K. Higginbotham, R. N. Kernst, L. Griffin, Anheuser-Bush Inc., Eugene H. Clay, M. E. A. Berryman, Tusekegee Institute, and John O. Thisler.

Box: 2 Fold: 90 Correspondence to Smith (6/1971)
6/1971

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 6/2/1971 from Sara Clay Daniel to Jean Edward Smith acknowledging receipt of a letter. 1 TLS dated 6/10/1971 from Otis K. Higginbotham, of the Denison Resident Office of the Department of the Army, to Jean Edward Smith enclosing clippings related to the Denison Dam project.

Box: 2 Fold: 91 Correspondence to Smith (7/1971)
7/6/1971 - 9/27/1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 7/1971 to Jean Edward Smith pertaining to Smith's research for his biography of Lucius Clay. Correspondents include Piper & Marbury Law Offices, the French Embassy in the U.S., A. Stephens Clay, the U.S. National Archives, Harvard University, Louise Clay Frix, the Sam Rayburn Library, and the University of Georgia.

Box: 2 Fold: 92 Correspondence to Smith (8/1971)
8/1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 8/1971 to Jean Edward Smith pertaining to Smith's research for his biography of Lucius Clay. Correspondents include the Embassy of the Philippines, Louise Frix, and Georgia Institute of Technology.

Box: 2 Fold: 93 Correspondence to Smith (9/1971)
9/1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 9/1971 to Jean Edward Smith pertaining to Smith's research for Lucius Clay's biography. Correspondents include Louise Frix, Gene Clay, Doug Davis, and First National Bank of Washington.

Box: 2 Fold: 94 Correspondence to Smith (10/1971)
10/1971

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 10/6/1971 from Doug Davis to Louise Frix regarding Lucius Clay genealogical material.

Box: 2 Fold: 95 Correspondence to Smith (11/1971)
11/1971

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL and 1 TLS dated 11/1971 to Jean Edward Smith regarding Smith's research for his biography of Lucius Clay.

Box: 2 Fold: 96 Correspondence to Smith (1972)
1972

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS and 1 TLS (photocopy) to Jean Edward Smith pertaining to Smith's research for a biography on Lucius Clay. Includes references to Lucius Clay genealogical material.

Box: 2 Fold: 97 Correspondence to Smith (1985)
1985

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS dated 6/17/1985 from Gail DuBois, of the United States Strategic Institute, to Jean Edward Smith regarding an article by Smith.

Box: 2 Fold: 98 Correspondence to Smith (undated)
1969? - 1985?

DESCRIPTION: Undated correspondence to Jean Edward Smith pertaining to research for his biography of Lucius Clay. Correspondents include the "Denison Herald."

Box: 3 Fold: 1 Smith to Clay (1969)
10/1/1969

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL dated 10/1/1969 from Jean Edward Smith to Lucius Clay regarding the decision to write Clay's biography. Smith notes that the post-Germany period of Clay's life will be interesting but will require ample help from Clay.

Box: 3 Fold: 2 Smith to Clay (1970)
1/14/1970

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL (carbon) dated 1/14/1970 from Jean Edward Smith to Lucius Clay stating that he will continue with his research for Clay's biography. Smith indicates that he found more pre-World War II material on Clay than expected. Smith notes that he plans to conduct personal interviews with participants.

Box: 3 Fold: 3 Smith to Clay (1971)
2/14/1971 - 10/8/1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (carbon copies) dated 1971 from Jean Edward Smith to Lucius Clay concerning research for Clay's biography. Topics of discussion include declassification of Clay's papers and Smith's viewing of the papers at the National Archives.

Box: 3 Fold: 4 Smith to Clay (1972)
11/21/1972

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL (carbon) dated 11/21/1972 from Jean Edward Smith to Lucius Clay regarding Clay's cables for 1946.

Box: 3 Fold: 5 Smith to Clay (1973)
2/5/1973

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL (carbon) dated 2/5/1973 from Jean Edward Smith to Lucius Clay regarding the draft version of Clay's papers for 1947.

Box: 3 Fold: 6 Smith to Clay (1974)
2/21/1974

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL (carbon) dated 2/21/1974 from Jean Edward Smith to Lucius Clay regarding what was done with German gold after World War II, with references to Walter Bedell Smith, John J. McCloy, and Robert Murphy.

Box: 3 Fold: 7 Smith to Clay (undated)
undated

DESCRIPTION: 1 undated TL (carbon) from Jean Edward Smith to Lucius Clay regarding a cable by Harry Hopkins of 6/8/1945.

Box: 3 Fold: 8 Correspondence from Smith (11/1969)
11/24/1969

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL (carbon) dated 11/24/1969 from Jean Edward Smith to Governor James F. Byrnes stating that he is writing a biography of Lucius Clay and requesting an interview.

Box: 3 Fold: 9 Correspondence from Smith (12/1969)
12/1969

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (carbons) dated 12/1969 from Jean Edward Smith pertaining to research on Lucius Clay. Correspondents include Marietta (Ga.) High School, Public Schools of the District of Columbia, West Point, Cobb County (Ga.) Courthouse, Tom Watson Brown. Includes some documents regarding Clay's genealogy.

Box: 3 Fold: 10 Correspondence from Smith (4/1971)
4/21/1971 - 4/30/1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (carbons) dated 1971 from Jean Edward Smith concerning his research on Lucius Clay. Smith sent most letters to prospective interviewees.

Box: 3 Fold: 11 Correspondence from Smith (5/1971)
5/1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (carbons) dated 5/1971 from Jean Edward Smith concerning his research for a biography of Lucius Clay. Includes letters Smith sent to prospective interviewees.

Box: 3 Fold: 12 Correspondence from Smith (6/1971)
6/22/1971

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL (carbon) dated 6/22/1971 from Jean Edward Smith to General William Draper requesting an interview.

Box: 3 Fold: 13 Correspondence from Smith (7/1971)
7/1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (carbons) dated 7/1971 from Jean Edward Smith regarding his research on Lucius Clay. Includes letters Smith sent to prospective interviewees.

Box: 3 Fold: 14 Correspondence from Smith (9/1971)
9/1971

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL (carbon) dated 9/2/1971 from Jean Edward Smith to Paul Davies stating he is making progress on Clay's biography. Also, 1 TL (carbon) dated 9/20/1971 from Smith to William J. Schuilling, President of the First National Bank of Washington, in reference to Clay's efforts to raise the ransom money to free the Cuban Bay of Pigs prisoners.

Box: 3 Fold: 15 Correspondence from Smith (1972)
1972

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (carbons) dated 4/1972 from Jean Edward Smith to prospective interviewees who might help him with his biography of Lucius Clay.

Box: 3 Fold: 16 Correspondence from Smith (undated)
undated

DESCRIPTION: Undated notes of Jean Edward Smith, including a list of letters written to potential interviewees.

Box: 3 Fold: 17 Smith corresp. re- access to Clay's papers
6/4/1971 - 8/1/1972

DESCRIPTION: 5 TLS and 2 TL dated 6/4/1971-8/1/1972 regarding access to the papers of Lucius Clay. Correspondents include Princeton University Library, Yale University, and Office of the Adjutant General of the U.S. Army.

Box: 3 Fold: 18 Smith corresp. w/ Eisenhower Library
1970-1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (TLS and carbons) dated 1970-71 between Jean Edward Smith and the Dwight D. Eisenhower Library in Abeline, Kansas, regarding Smith's use of material pertaining to Lucius Clay.

Box: 3 Fold: 19 Smith - German Correspondence
1969-1970

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (TLS and carbons) dated 1969-70 between Jean Edward Smith and German correspondents in regard to his research on Lucius Clay.

Box: 3 Fold: 20 Smith correspondence re- grants & expenses
1969 - 1970

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (carbons and TLS) dated 1969-70 to and from Jean Edward Smith regarding grants and expenses for his research.

Box: 3 Fold: 21 Smith corresp. w/ Hoover Library
1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (carbons and TLS) dated 1971 to and from Jean Edward Smith regarding his research at the Herbert Hoover Library.

Box: 3 Fold: 22 Smith corresp. re- "Papers of Lucius D. Clay"
12/17/1974 - 2/3/1975

DESCRIPTION: 5 TLS dated 1974-75 to Jean Edward Smith regarding his publication of his book "The Papers of General Lucius D. Clay: Germany 1945-1949." Correspondents include Indiana University Institute of German Studies; Mississippi Board of Animal Health and Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory; Indiana University Press; Little, Brown and Company Publishers; and Columbia University.

Box: 3 Fold: 23 Publishers (1969)
1969

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1969 between Jean Edward Smith and publishers about Smith's biography of Lucius Clay. Correspondents include Little, Brown and Company Publishers and Sterling Lord Agency. Includes reference of Little, Brown and Company's submission of Smith's "Germany Beyond the Wall" for a Pulitzer Prize.

Box: 3 Fold: 24 Publishers (1970)
1970

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (originals and carbons) dated 1970 between Jean Edward Smith and publishers about his biography of Lucius Clay. Correspondents include Sterling Lord Agency and Dial Press.

Box: 3 Fold: 25 Publishers (1971)
1971

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL (carbon) dated 9/1/1971 from Jean Edward Smith to Sterling Lord giving a progress report on the Clay biography.

Box: 3 Fold: 26 Publishers (1972)
1972

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1972 between Jean Edward Smith and publishers about his biography of Lucius Clay. Correspondents include Dial Press and Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.

Box: 3 Fold: 27 Publishers (1987)
1987

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1987 between Jean Edward Smith and publishers about his biography of Lucius Clay. Correspondents include Doubleday and Sterling Lord Agency.

Box: 3 Fold: 28 Publishers (1988)
1988

DESCRIPTION: 2 TL dated 1/5/1988 from Jean Edward Smith to Elizabeth Kaplan, of Sterling Lord Literistic, regarding Smith's biography of Lucius Clay.

Box: 3 Fold: 29 Smith corresp. re- "Selection of a Proconsul"
1974 - 1976

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1974-76 to and from Jean Edward Smith regarding the publication of his article "Selection of a Proconsul" about Lucius Clay. Correspondents include John J. McCloy (1 TLS) and the journals "Foreign Affairs" and "Military Affairs."

Box: 3 Fold: 30 Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
3/5/1971 - 11/15/1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1971 between Jean Edward Smith and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars regarding Smith's status as a guest scholar.

Box: 3 Fold: 31 Photocopied Correspondence (1938)
11/15/1938

DESCRIPTION: 1 TL memorandum (photocopy) dated 11/15/1938 from General H. H. Arnold, Chief of the Air Corps regarding his meeting with President Franklin D. Roosevelt on 11/14/1938 about military preparedness. Arnold's typed notes (photocopies) from the meeting are included.

Box: 3 Fold: 32 Photocopied Correspondence (1942)
1942

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (photocopies) dated 1942, background research for Jean Edward Smith's biography of Lucius Clay. Includes 1 TL dated 4/24/1942 and the 5/1/42 corrected copy version from President Franklin D. Roosevelt to Donald M. Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board, regarding production objectives for 1942 and 1943. Other correspondents include C.F. Robinson, Brehon Somervell, Ferd Eberstadt, and H. S. Aurand. Regarding war production.

Box: 3 Fold: 33 Photocopied Correspondence (1944)
1944

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (photocopies) dated 1944, research material collected by Jean Edward Smith. 1 TL dated 6/27/1944 from Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson to Major General Eugene Reybold in reference to the Denison Dam project, 1 typed memo to the War Production Board Operations Council dated 7/7/1944 regarding military expenditures, 1 TL dated 7/21/1944 from Brehon Somervell to the Henry L. Stimson regarding production difficulties. 1 TL dated 8/25/1944 from Julius H. Amberg to Under Secretary of war regarding the war Production Board. 1 typed memo in reference to the conference on manpower. 1 TL dated 12/12/1944 from Lieutenant General Brehon Somervell to General Dwight D. Eisenhower regarding war production.

Box: 3 Fold: 34 Henry L. Stimson papers (1944-45)
2/15/1944 - 4/20/1945

DESCRIPTION: Photocopied correspondence from Henry L. Stimson dated 1944-45. Correspondents include President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Under Secretary of War Robert P. Patterson, John J. McCloy, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Walter Bedell Smith. Also, handwritten transcriptions of Stimson's diary written by Jean Edward Smith in the course of his research. Material pertains to the military occupation in Germany.

Box: 3 Fold: 34.1 Stimson Papers 1945
3/1945

DESCRIPTION: 1 typed memo (photocopy) labeled "Notes after Cabinet Meeting: March 16, 1945" by Henry L. Stimson. Also contains AM notes by Jean Edward Smith regarding Stimson's diary. Dated 3/1945.

Box: 3 Fold: 34.2 Stimson Papers (1945)
1945

DESCRIPTION: Typed document (photocopy) regarding Henry L. Stimson's trip to the Inter-Allied Conference, dated 1945.

Box: 3 Fold: 35 Photocopied Correspondence (1945)
3/31/1945 - /28/1945

DESCRIPTION: 1 TLS (photocopy) dated 8/28/1945 from Dwight D. Eisenhower to Secretary of Commerce Henry A. Wallace regarding friendship between Russia and the United States. 1 TEL (photocopy) dated 3/31/1945 in reference to Lucius Clay's appointment as Civil Affairs Deputy to Eisenhower.

Box: 3 Fold: 36 James F. Byrnes (1945-1964)
3/29/1945 - 8/14/1964

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence (photocopies) dated 1945-1964 to and from James F. Byrnes. Those receiving letters from Byrnes include Mrs. E. C. Everett (7/9/1945), Lieutenant Colonel Gratian M. Yatsevitch (12/24/1945) regarding a gift of watches; Robert C. Edwards, President of Clemson College, regarding the donation of Clay's papers (1960-64); and Gorge Curry (8/11/1964). Those sending letters to Byrnes include G. Heyward Mahon (10/23/1950); Walter Brown of WORD of Spartansburg, South Carolina, regarding Lucius Clay's speech at the Southern Governors' Conference (11/7/1950); Robert C. Edwards, President of Clemson College, regarding Byrnes' donation of his papers to Clemson (1960-62); George Curry (7/24/1964, 8/14/1964); and Evelyn Clay Everett (undated).

Box: 3 Fold: 37 Herbert Hoover's Visit to Berlin (1946)
1946-54

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence dated 1946-54 referencing Herbert Hoover's involvement with the military government in Germany. 1 undated TL (photocopy/ translation) from E. Koeltz to Herbert Hoover in reference to food conditions in the French Zone. 1 TEL (photocopy) dated 4/9/1946 from Pierre Galpin to Berlin U.S. Military Authorities regarding Hoover's visit to Berlin. 1 TD (photocopy) itinerary dated 1946 detailing Hoover's visit to Berlin. 1 ALS (photocopy) dated 3/14/1946 from Hoover to Joseph T. McNarney, 1 TL (photocopy) dated 3/24/1948 from William F. Russell, Dean of Columbia University Teachers College, to Hoover in reference to the educational work of the American Military Government in Germany. 1 TD (photocopy) dated 7/14/1948 regarding the German economy. 1 TD dated 9/14/1954 in reference to Hoover's trip to Berlin in 1946. 1 undated TD regarding Hoover's visit to Berlin.

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