David D. Lloyd Papers

Dates: 1912-1963. Bulk Date Span: 1945-1962

Administrative Assistant to the President, 1951-1953; Executive Director, Harry S. Truman Library, Inc., and Assistant to Former President Truman, 1953-1962

The Papers of David D. Lloyd consist of correspondence, printed materials, speech drafts, and other items mostly relating to Lloyd’s service on the White House staff during the Truman administration, his work as an adviser to former President Truman, his involvement in the establishment and early history of the Harry S. Truman Library, and his association with other organizations.

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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Size: 31 linear feet, 11 linear inches (about 58,400 pages).
Access: Open.
Copyright: The donor has retained all copyrights in the writings of David D. Lloyd included in this collection, or in any other collection of papers at the Truman Library. Upon her death, these copyrights will pass to the United States of America. Documents prepared by U.S. government officials in the course of their duties are in the public domain. Copyrights in other documents in this collection presumably belong to the creators of those documents, or their heirs.
Processed by: Willie L. Harriford, Jr. (1964); Randy Sowell, Sharie Simon, and Janice Davis (2001, 2008).


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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

1911 (June 6)

 

Born, New York City

1931

 

A.B., Harvard University

1935

 

LL.B., Harvard Law School

1935-1936

 

1935-1936 Attorney, Resettlement Administration

1936-1940

 

1936-1940 Assistant Chief Counsel, Civil Liberties Sub-committee, U.S. Senate

1940 (October 19)

 

Married Charlotte Tuttle

1940-1945

 

Attorney with the Federal Communications Commission, the Office of Price Administration, and the Foreign Economic Administration

1945-1946

 

Legal Adviser, Mission for Economic Affairs, U.S. Embassy, London

1947-1948

 

Director of Research and Legislation, Americans for Democratic Action

1948-1951

 

Member of the White House Staff

1951-1953

 

Administrative Assistant to the President

1953-1962

 

Executive Director, Harry S. Truman Library, Inc., and Assistant to Former President Truman

1957-1962

 

Vice President, Harry S. Truman Library Institute for National and International Affairs

1960

 

Published

Spend and Survive: The Intelligent Citizen’s Guide to Public Spending

1962 (December 11)

 

Died, Alexandria, Virginia

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COLLECTION DESCRIPTION

The Papers of David D. Lloyd mostly relate to his service on the White House staff during the Truman administration, his work as an adviser and speechwriter for former President Truman after 1953, and his role in the creation and early history of the Harry S. Truman Library. The collection also contains information concerning Lloyd’s association with the Americans for Democratic Action and the Democratic National Committee, his involvement with other organizations, his personal affairs, and his career as a published author.

The papers are organized into twelve series. The first series, the Chronological File, is largely comprised of letters and memoranda written by Lloyd. From 1949 through 1952, this correspondence relates to Lloyd’s duties as a member of the White House staff, and includes references to the Point Four program, housing, education, the St. Lawrence Seaway, national health insurance, and pending legislation in Congress. After 1953, the correspondence mostly documents Lloyd’s work as Executive Director of the Harry S. Truman Library, Inc., the private corporation that built the Truman Library, and concerns fundraising activities, the construction of the Library, the Library’s acquisition of historical materials, and the creation of the Harry S. Truman Library Institute for National and International Affairs. In addition to letters written by Lloyd’s secretary following his sudden death in December 1962, the series includes handwritten notes, speech drafts, and financial records, and features a few references to Lloyd’s published writings, personal relationships, and other activities.

The second series, the White House File, includes press releases, handwritten notes, speech drafts, correspondence, and other items relating to Lloyd’s service on President Truman’s White House staff. Many of these documents concern the 1952 election campaign, and include information compiled by Lloyd on the Republican Presidential candidate, General Dwight D. Eisenhower. Also included are memoranda listing Lloyd’s daily telephone calls from 1951 to 1953, and a report on Alaska with handwritten annotations by President Truman. Other documents in the series refer to immigration, the Korean crisis, and Senator Joseph R. McCarthy.

The third series, the Tom L. Evans File, is comprised almost entirely of correspondence between Lloyd and Evans, a businessman and friend of President Truman who served as Secretary of the Harry S. Truman Library, Inc. The correspondence between Lloyd (who worked at the corporation’s office in Washington) and Evans (who lived in the Kansas City area and met frequently with the former President) relates to fundraising activities; efforts to obtain contributions from labor unions; arrangements for the storage and processing of Truman’s papers; early plans for the construction of the Library on Truman’s farmland at Grandview, Missouri; the decision to build it instead on land donated by the city of Independence, Missouri; construction costs; and other corporation business. This series also includes related correspondence with others, as well as handwritten notes, financial records, and other items.

The fourth series, the Basil O’Connor File, is comprised mostly of correspondence between Lloyd and O’Connor, a lawyer and philanthropist who served as President and Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Harry S. Truman Library, Inc. Their correspondence relates to fundraising and other activities of the corporation. In addition to related correspondence with other persons, the series also contains financial records, itineraries, printed materials, and other items.

The fifth series, the Harry S. Truman File, contains correspondence between Lloyd and Mr. Truman, dating from 1953 to 1962, as well as related correspondence with others, and requests or invitations sent to Lloyd for Truman’s consideration. The letters exchanged between Lloyd and Truman reflect the former President’s direct interest and involvement in the creation and development of the Truman Library, and Lloyd’s role as an informal adviser to Truman during this period. In addition to correspondence between Lloyd and Wilmer Waller (Treasurer of the Harry S. Truman Library, Inc.), the series includes information on preparations for the dedication of the Truman Library in 1957 and for Truman’s “Diamond Jubilee” in 1959—a celebration of his 75th birthday that was marked by a nationwide television broadcast. Truman’s participation in fundraising dinners and similar events for the Library, and his meetings with Lloyd on Library business, are also documented in this series, which includes printed materials, handwritten notes, financial records, and speech drafts as well as correspondence.

The sixth series, the Americans for Democratic Action File, includes correspondence, press releases, printed materials, agendas, minutes of meetings, financial records, and other items concerning Lloyd’s association with the Americans for Democratic Action (ADA). The contents of this series document Lloyd’s service on the National Board of the ADA; his role in preparing policy statements that presented the organization’s liberal views on U.S. foreign policy and domestic political issues; and his participation in the ADA’s annual conventions and other events. Almost all of these materials date from the 1953-1962 period.

The Democratic National Committee File is the seventh series in the collection. It is comprised of press releases, newspaper clippings, speech drafts, correspondence, handwritten notes, and other items pertaining to Lloyd’s involvement with the Democratic National Committee (DNC), the Democratic Advisory Council (DAC), and the Democratic Party. The series contains extensive information on the 1956 and 1960 Presidential campaigns; the Congressional elections of 1954 and 1958; and Democratic Party fundraising activities. Included in these materials are speech drafts prepared by Lloyd and others for Senator Lyndon B. Johnson during Johnson’s campaign for Vice President in 1960; “fact sheets” prepared by the Research Division of the DNC; policy statements by the DAC; and Democratic Party publication. Also included is correspondence with Kenneth Birkhead, who served as Finance Director of the DNC and later worked with Lloyd on the Research and Education Committee for a Free World, a project sponsored by the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation.

The eighth series, the Personal File, contains Lloyd’s correspondence with friends and associates, along with printed materials, speech drafts, handwritten notes, financial records, and other items, dating almost entirely from 1953 to 1962. Included in this series is correspondence with Joseph Alsop, Hubert H. Humphrey, Lyndon B. Johnson, Mary Lasker, Herbert H. Lehman, and George McGovern, and with persons who served with Lloyd in the Truman administration, such as Averell Harriman, Ken Hechler, Charles Murphy, and Richard Neustadt. Also included are congratulatory letters received by Lloyd when he joined the Washington law firm of Morison, Murphy, Clapp and Abrams in 1961. The Personal File contains drafts of articles and book reviews by Lloyd, as well as speeches he prepared for former Secretary of Defense Louis Johnson and others. Lloyd’s political activities; his interest in Christianity and church-state relations; his involvement with various organizations; and his work for the Lasker Foundation are documented extensively in this series. The Personal File is comprised of two subseries, an Alphabetical subseries and a Subject subseries.

The ninth series, the General Correspondence File, includes press releases and printed materials as well as letters and memoranda relating to Lloyd’s work as Director of the Research and Education Committee for a Free World, and his support for liberal political causes and Democratic candidates during the late 1950s and early 1960s. Much of the correspondence in this series is with Lloyd’s associate Kenneth Birkhead, who served as a consultant for the Committee. The General Correspondence File contains information concerning agriculture, civil rights, education, foreign affairs, foreign aid, housing, water policy, reform of Congressional rules, the problems of the elderly, and other issues that were studied by the Committee or addressed in the 1960 Presidential campaign. Also included are charts, tables, and statistical information compiled by Lloyd for his book, Spend and Survive (1960). In this book—a product of his work with the Committee—Lloyd analyzed government spending and proposed new budget priorities for the 1960s. Lloyd’s activities as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Conference on International Economic and Social Development, and his role in arranging the annual meetings of the Conference in 1961 and 1962, are documented in correspondence, speech drafts, minutes of meetings, and other items. Drafts of one of his last writing projects, a study of national economic planning in the U.S., are also included in this series, along with related correspondence and research materials.

The Speech File is the tenth series, and includes drafts of speeches written by Lloyd and others, along with related correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other items. This series is comprised of three subseries. The Harry S. Truman subseries is by far the largest of the three. It consists mostly of speeches drafted for former President Truman by Lloyd and others after 1953, along with some speeches delivered by Truman during his Presidency. The speeches appear in the subseries in the form of handwritten and typed drafts, press releases, and newspaper articles. Most of these speeches were prepared for Truman’s appearances at dinners, meetings, conventions, and political rallies, and reflect his activities as a campaigner for Democratic candidates and as a fundraiser for the Truman Library. Also included are newspaper articles by Truman and statements prepared for his appearances before Congressional committees. The David D. Lloyd subseries contains for the most part drafts of speeches delivered by Lloyd to the Society of American Archivists, the Women’s National Democratic Club, and other groups on such topics as the Truman Library and government spending. The Adlai E. Stevenson subseries includes speeches delivered by Stevenson during the 1952 and 1956 Presidential campaigns, as well as correspondence between Lloyd and Stevenson.

The eleventh series, the General File, contains calendars, diaries, and notebooks listing Lloyd’s daily agendas, appointments, and telephone calls; printed materials such as pamphlets, brochures, and journals; reports on foundation activities, foreign affairs, national security, and economic matters; a manuscript of Lloyd’s book, Spend and Survive; and President Truman’s speeches during the 1952 campaign (in press release form).

The twelfth and final series, the Truman Family File, contains personal letters from Bess and Margaret Truman to Mr. and Mrs. David Lloyd, and photocopies of a few photographs of the Lloyd and Truman families. The contents of this series were added to the collection in 2001.

The David D. Lloyd Files, which are part of the Papers of Harry S. Truman at the Truman Library, contain correspondence and speech drafts documenting Lloyd’s work on the White House staff. Further information concerning Lloyd can be found elsewhere in the Truman Papers, especially in Official File 2844, President’s Personal File 5184, the President’s Secretary’s Files, and the Post-Presidential Papers: Name File.

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SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Container Nos.

 

Series

1-8

  CHRONOLOGICAL FILE, 1949-1963
Correspondence, handwritten notes, speech drafts, and financial records. Arranged chronologically.

9-11

  WHITE HOUSE FILE, 1945-1953
Press releases, handwritten notes, speech drafts, and correspondence. Arranged alphabetically.

12

  TOM L. EVANS FILE, 1953-1958
Correspondence, handwritten notes, and financial records. Arranged chronologically.

13

  BASIL O’CONNOR FILE, 1912-1958
Correspondence, financial records, itineraries, and printed materials. Arranged chronologically.

13-18

  HARRY S. TRUMAN FILE, 1950-1962
Correspondence, printed materials, handwritten notes, financial records, and speech drafts. Arranged alphabetically.

19-20

  AMERICANS FOR DEMOCRATIC ACTION FILE, 1947-1962
Correspondence, press releases, printed materials, agendas, minutes of meetings, and financial records. Arranged alphabetically.

21-28

  DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE FILE, 1948-1962
Press releases, printed materials, speech drafts, correspondence, and handwritten notes. Arranged alphabetically.

29-39

  PERSONAL FILE, 1949-1963
Correspondence, printed materials, speech drafts, handwritten notes, and financial records, in two subseries: an Alphabetical subseries (Boxes 29-34) and a Subject subseries (Boxes 34-39), both arranged alphabetically.

40-56

  GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1948-1962
Press releases, printed materials, charts, correspondence, speech drafts, and minutes of meetings. Arranged alphabetically.

57-67

  SPEECH FILE, 1946-1962
Speech drafts, correspondence, and printed materials, in three subseries: a Harry S. Truman subseries (Boxes 57-66); a David D. Lloyd subseries (Box 66); and an Adlai E. Stevenson subseries (Box 67); all arranged chronologically.

68-73

  GENERAL FILE, 1950-1962
Appointment calendars, agendas, printed materials, reports, and press releases. Arranged alphabetically.

73

  TRUMAN FAMILY FILE, 1950-1959
Correspondence and copies of photographs. Arranged alphabetically.
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FOLDER TITLE LIST

CHRONOLOGICAL FILE, 1949-1963

Box 1

  • 1949
  • 1950, January-May
  • 1950, June-December
  • 1951, January-June
  • 1951, July-December
  • 1952, January-April
  • 1952, May-June
  • 1952, July-December [cross reference sheet]
  • 1953, January-February
  • 1953, March

Box 2

  • 1953, April
  • 1953, May
  • 1953, June
  • 1953, July-August
  • 1953, September
  • 1953, October
  • 1953, November
  • 1953, December
  • 1954, January
  • 1954, February

Box 3

  • 1954, March
  • 1954, April
  • 1954, May-June
  • 1954, July-August
  • 1954, September-October
  • 1954, November
  • 1954, December
  • 1955, January-February
  • 1955, March
  • 1955, April

Box 4

  • 1955, May-June
  • 1955, July-August
  • 1955, September
  • 1955, October
  • 1955, November-December
  • 1956, January-February
  • 1956, March
  • 1956, April
  • 1956, May-June
  • 1956, July-August

Box 5

  • 1956, September-October
  • 1956, November-December
  • 1957, January
  • 1957, February
  • 1957, March
  • 1957, April
  • 1957, May
  • 1957, June
  • 1957, July-August
  • 1957, September-October
  • 1957, November-December
  • 1958, January-February
  • 1958, March-April

Box 6

  • 1958, May-June
  • 1958, July-August
  • 1958, September-October
  • 1958, November-December
  • 1959, January-February
  • 1959, March-April
  • 1959, May-June
  • 1959, July-August
  • 1959, September-October
  • 1959, November-December
  • 1960, January-February
  • 1960, March-April
  • 1960, May-June

Box 7

  • 1960, July-August
  • 1960, September-October
  • 1960, November-December
  • 1961, January-February
  • 1961, March
  • 1961, April
  • 1961, May-June
  • 1961, July-August
  • 1961, September-October
  • 1961, November
  • 1961, December

Box 8

  • 1962, January-February
  • 1962, March
  • 1962, April
  • 1962, May
  • 1962, June
  • 1962, July
  • 1962, August
  • 1962, September
  • 1962, October
  • 1962, November-December
  • 1963, January-June

WHITE HOUSE FILE, 1945-1953

Box 9

  • Alaska Now, by Samuel H. Ordway, Jr.
  • Communism
  • Communist Strategy
  • Correspondence Concerning Harry S. Truman Library Location
  • Corruption
  • Eisenhower
  • Eisenhower—Berlin Blockade
  • Eisenhower—Communist Line [missing]
  • Eisenhower—Joint Chiefs of Staff Assignments
  • Eisenhower—Korean Troops
  • Eisenhower—Miscellaneous
  • Eisenhower—Radio Campaign
  • Eisenhower—SHAPE [First Annual Report, Supreme Allied Commander Europe, April 2, 1952]
  • Foreign Political Source Material
    • [1 of 2]
      [2 of 2]
  • General Grant—Speech Regarding

Box 10

  • Immigration
  • Jews, President Truman’s Statement Regarding
  • Korean Documents [1 of 2]
  • Korean Documents [2 of 2]
  • McCarthy-Davis [Charles E.]
  • McCarthy Materials
  • McCarthy, Senator Joseph
  • Marshall vs. Eisenhower
  • Maverick, Maury
  • Nixon, Richard M.
  • Notes of David D. Lloyd [1 of 2]
  • Notes of David D. Lloyd [2 of 2]

Box 11

  • Public Opinion Polls
  • Small Business
  • Taft [Senator] on Truman
  • Telephone Calls, February-August, 1951
  • Telephone Calls, September 1951-April 1952
  • Telephone Calls, May-September, 1952
  • Telephone Calls, October, 1952-January 1953
  • Time Tables—Hotels [White House records system]
  • White House—Miscellaneous

TOM L. EVANS FILE, 1953-1958

Box 12

  • 1953
  • 1954
  • 1955
  • 1956
  • 1957
  • 1958

BASIL O’CONNOR FILE, 1912-1958

Box 13

  • 1953-1954 [includes Quotation from an Address by Elihu Root, 1912]
  • 1955-1956
  • 1957-1958

HARRY S. TRUMAN FILE, 1950-1962

  • [Harry S. Truman—1950-1952]
  • Harry S. Truman—1953, January-June
  • Harry S. Truman—1953, July-December
  • Harry S. Truman—1954, January-June
  • Harry S. Truman—1954, July-December

Box 14

  • Harry S. Truman—1955, January-June
  • Harry S. Truman—1955, July-December
  • Harry S. Truman—1956, January-June
  • Harry S. Truman—1956, July-December
  • Harry S. Truman—1957, January-June
  • Harry S. Truman—1957, July-December
  • Harry S. Truman—1958
  • Harry S. Truman—1959, January-May
  • Harry S. Truman—1959, June-December

Box 15

  • Harry S. Truman—1960
  • Harry S. Truman—1961
  • Harry S. Truman—1962, January-June
  • Harry S. Truman—1962, July-December
  • Harry S. Truman Diamond Jubilee—Contact Arrangements
  • Harry S. Truman Diamond Jubilee—Correspondence
  • Harry S. Truman Diamond Jubilee—List of Contributors
  • Harry S. Truman Diamond Jubilee—Program Organization, Financing and Publicity [1 of 3]
  • Harry S. Truman Diamond Jubilee—Program Organization, Financing and Publicity [2 of 3]

Box 16

  • Harry S. Truman Diamond Jubilee—Program Organization, Financing and Publicity [3 of 3]
  • Harry S. Truman Diamond Jubilee—Publicity Kit
  • Harry S. Truman—Invitation to Speak at Inter-American Defense College
  • Harry S. Truman—Memoirs
  • Harry S. Truman—Requests and Invitations, 1959
  • Harry S. Truman—Schedule of Engagements, 1958
  • Harry S. Truman Library, Incorporated—Treasury Bill Receipts

Box 17

  • Harry S. Truman Library, Incorporated—Wilmer Waller, Treasurer [1 of 6, 1950-1953]
  • Harry S. Truman Library, Incorporated—Wilmer Waller, Treasurer [2 of 6, 1954]
  • Harry S. Truman Library, Incorporated—Wilmer Waller, Treasurer [3 of 6, 1955]
  • Harry S. Truman Library, Incorporated—Wilmer Waller, Treasurer [4 of 6, 1956]
  • Harry S. Truman Library, Incorporated—Wilmer Waller, Treasurer [5 of 6, 1957]
  • Harry S. Truman Library, Incorporated—Wilmer Waller, Treasurer [6 of 6, 1958]

Box 18

  • Lloyd, David D.—Notes Concerning Harry S. Truman Library, 1953-54 [1 of 5]
  • Lloyd, David D.—Notes Concerning Harry S. Truman Library, 1953-54 [2 of 5]
  • Lloyd, David D.—Notes Concerning Harry S. Truman Library, 1953-54 [3 of 5]
  • Lloyd, David D.—Notes Concerning Harry S. Truman Library, 1953-54 [4 of 5]
  • Lloyd, David D.—Notes Concerning Harry S. Truman Library, 1953-54 [5 of 5]

AMERICANS FOR DEMOCRATIC ACTION FILE, 1947-1962

Box 19

  • Convention, 1953
  • Convention,1956
  • Convention, 1958
  • Convention, 1959
  • Convention Materials [1956]
  • Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Correspondence, 1955
  • Correspondence, 1956

Box 20

  • Correspondence, 1957
  • Correspondence, 1958-1959
  • Correspondence, 1960
  • Correspondence, 1961-1962
  • Foreign Policy
  • Hanson Manuscript
  • “Partnership for Freedom” [draft report. 1955]
  • Press Releases, [1958-]1959

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE FILE, 1948-1962

Box 21

  • Appointments
  • Democratic Advisory Council, 1957
  • Democratic Advisory Council, 1958
  • Democratic Advisory Council, 1959 [1 of 3]
  • Democratic Advisory Council, 1959 [2 of 3]
  • Democratic Advisory Council, 1959 [3 of 3]

Box 22

  • Democratic Advisory Council, 1960
  • Democratic Campaign Material, 1954 [empty folder]
  • Democratic Campaign Material, 1956 [1 of 2]
  • Democratic Campaign Material, 1956 [2 of 2]
  • Democratic Campaign Material, 1956—Speeches by Stephen J. Spingarn
  • Democratic Campaign Material, 1958
  • Democratic Campaign Planning Committee, 1960

Box 23

  • Democratic Convention, 1958
  • Democratic Convention, 1960
  • Democratic Manifesto, December 1953
  • Democratic National Committee [1 of 5]
  • Democratic National Committee [2 of 5]
  • Democratic National Committee [3 of 5]
  • Democratic National Committee [4 of 5]

Box 24

  • Democratic National Committee [5 of 5]
  • Democratic National Committee—Correspondence
  • Democratic National Committee—Dinner Conference, September 14-15, 1953
  • Democratic National Committee—Mass Mailing, 1960
  • Democratic National Committee—National Finance Committee
  • Democratic National Committee—1959-61
  • Democratic National Committee—Publications [1 of 2]

Box 25

  • Democratic National Committee—Publications [2 of 2]
  • Democratic National Committee—750 Club
  • Democratic Papers and Publications, 1954 Campaign
  • Party Fund Raising
  • Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee—Letter to Adolf Berle, October 24, 1958
  • Elections—Predictions and Survey, 1958 [newspaper clippings]
  • Elections—Results, 1958
  • Fund Raising Dinners

Box 26

  • Health Plank for 1960 Convention
  • Johnson, Lyndon B.—Campaign File
  • Kennedy, John F.—Speeches and Releases
  • Meeting of Fund Raising Techniques Committee
  • National Capitol Democratic Club
  • National Presidential Primary Amendment
  • Newspapers, 1955-1957
  • New York
  • 1960 Campaign [1 of 2]

Box 27

  • 1960 Campaign [2 of 2]
  • 1960 Campaign Material
  • 1960 Elections—Campaign Material
  • 1960 Elections—Surveys and Predictions
  • 1962 Campaign
  • Presidential and Campaign Dinners
  • Presidential Transition
  • Research Division—Fact Sheets, 1948-1952

Box 28

  • Research Division—Fact Sheets, 1953 [1 of 2]
  • Research Division—Fact Sheets, 1953 [2 of 2]
  • Research Division—Fact Sheets, 1954
  • Research Division—Fact Sheets, 1955
  • Research Division—Fact Sheets, 1956
  • Research Division—Fact Sheets, 1957
  • Research Division—Fact Sheets, 1958
  • Research Division—Fact Sheets, 1959
  • Truman Dinner, Feb. 22, 1958—Writer’s File
  • Unpaid Pledge on Truman Dinner, February 22, 1958

PERSONAL FILE, 1949-1963: Alphabetical Subseries

Box 29

  • A
  • B [1 of 2]
  • B [2 of 2]
  • Boothe, Armistead
  • C
  • D
  • E

Box 30

  • F
  • G
  • H [1 of 2]
  • H [2 of 2]
  • Haycock, Nancy
  • Hillman, William
  • Humane Slaughter Bill
  • Humphrey, Hubert
  • I
  • J

Box 31

  • Johnson, Colonel Louis A.—Speech
  • Johnson, Louis A.
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. [1 of 2]
  • Johnson, Lyndon B. [2 of 2]
  • K
  • L [1 of 2]
  • L [2 of 2]

Box 32

  • Lloyd, David D.—Miscellaneous Bills, 1959
  • Lloyd, David D.—Travel Expenses, 1958
  • Lloyd, David D.—Travel Expenses, 1959-60
  • M
  • Murphy, Charles S.
  • N

Box 33

  • Nitze, Paul H.
  • O
  • O’Connor, Basil—70th Birthday Dinner
  • P
  • Q [empty folder]
  • R
  • Rood, Armistead B
  • S [1 of 2]
  • S [2 of 2]

Box 34

  • Stevens, Roger L.
  • T
  • U-V
  • W
  • Ward, Barbara
  • XYZ

PERSONAL FILE, 1949-1963: Subject Subseries

  • American Legion
  • Amvets
  • Announcements
  • Bank Statements, 1959-1960
  • Barkley, Alben—Inscriptions for Photograph
  • Bills

Box 35

  • Biographical Material
  • Bureau of Social Science Research
  • “Christianity and Modern Man” [lecture series]
  • Church Peace Union
  • Clippings [1 of 2]
  • Clippings [2 of 2]
  • Columbia University
  • Commission on Church-State Relations [1 of 2]

Box 36

  • Commission on Church-State Relations [2 of 2]
  • Committee for Constitutional Government
  • Congressional Quarterly
  • Cooperative League of the U.S.A.
  • Council on Foreign Relations
  • Democratic Advisory Council
  • Foreign Policy Association
  • Foreign Policy Clearing House
  • Fosdick, Dorothy—“Common Sense and World Affairs”
  • The Fund for the Republic
  • Harvard University
  • Industrial Development Center [empty folder]
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Literary
  • Lloyd, David D.—“A Democrat Looks at His Party”—Book Review
  • Lloyd, David D.—“Against Disengagement”
  • Lloyd, David D.—“Democratic Presidential Hopefuls”
  • Lloyd, David D.—“The Great Spending Hassle”
  • Lloyd, David D.—“H-Bomb and National Defense”
  • Lloyd, David D.—“Let’s Pay for America”
  • Lloyd, David D.—“New Look” Foreign Policy

Box 37

  • Lloyd, David D.—“Political Financing”—Book Review
  • Lloyd, David D.—“Power and Policy”—Book Review
  • Lloyd, David D.—“Soviet-American Relations”
  • Lloyd, David D.—“Spend and Survive”—Proof of Book
  • Lloyd, David D.—“Thoughts About the Cracker Barrel”
  • Manuscripts and Articles
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Middle East Data
  • Middle East Institute
  • Midwest Research Institute [1 of 2]
  • Midwest Research Institute [2 of 2]
  • Miscellaneous Expenses Paid, 1961

Box 38

  • Miscellaneous Material [1 of 3]
  • Miscellaneous Material [2 of 3]
  • Miscellaneous Material [3 of 3]
  • National Capitol Democratic Club [1 of 2]
  • National Capitol Democratic Club [2 of 2]
  • National Education Association
  • National Grange

Box 39

  • New Dramatists Committee, Inc.
  • Paid Bills, 1953-58
  • The Rand Corporation
  • Research and Education Committee for Peace
  • Senate Foreign Relations Committee
  • Social Science Research Council
  • Stanford Research Institute, International [empty folder]
  • Stanford University
  • Strauss, Lewis—Article
  • Time Sheets
  • Travel Expenses, 1960
  • The Twentieth Century Fund
  • University of California
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Minnesota
  • University of Pennsylvania
  • University of Southern California
  • World Peace Foundation

GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1948-1962

Box 40

  • Agriculture
  • Americans for Constitutional Action
  • Americans for Democratic Action
  • American Parents Committee
  • Area Redevelopment
  • Atlantic Union Resolution
  • Atomic Energy Commission
  • Benton, William
  • Book—“Spend and Survive”—Correspondence

Box 41

  • Book—“Spend and Survive”—Nathan Schwartz Orders
  • Bricker Amendment
  • Campaign, 1960
  • Campaign Planning Committee
  • Candidates
  • Civilian Defense
  • Civil Rights
  • Committee for Economic Development
  • Committee on the Present Danger in Latin America
  • Congress—General
  • Congressional Dinner
  • Constitutional Amendments, Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on
  • Contempt of the Senate or a Senatorial Committee
  • Democratic Study Group
  • Disarmament
  • Economics—General

Box 42

  • Education—Memos
  • Education—National Defense Education Act [1 of 2]
  • Education—National Defense Education Act [2 of 2]
  • Education—National Education Association
  • Education—National Education Association—Facts and Figures [1 of 5]
  • Education—National Education Association—Facts and Figures [2 of 5]

Box 43

  • Education—National Education Association—Facts and Figures [3 of 5]
  • Education—National Education Association—Facts and Figures [4 of 5]
  • Education—National Education Association—Facts and Figures [5 of 5]
  • Education—Senator Johnson Scholarship Program
  • Educational Institutions, Federal Aid to Parochial
  • Elderly [1 of 2]
  • Elderly [2 of 2]

Box 44

  • Farmer’s Union
  • F.C.C. “Equal Time” Suspension
  • Food for Peace
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Foreign Affairs, Pamphlet, 1958 [1 of 2]
  • Foreign Affairs, Pamphlet, 1958 [2 of 2]
  • Foreign Affairs—Trade and Aid for Development [1 of 2]
  • Foreign Affairs—Trade and Aid for Development [2 of 2]
  • Foreign Economic Policy

Box 45

  • Government Expenditures, 1960 Estimated, 1970 Needed, by Major Classes
  • Government Spending—Charts
  • Government Spending—Charts—Agriculture Programs
  • Government Spending—Charts—Atomic Energy
  • Government Spending—Charts—Civilian Defense
  • Government Spending—Charts—Education
  • Government Spending—Charts—Future of the G.N.P.
  • Government Spending—Charts—G.N.P. and It’s Components
  • Government Spending—Charts—Health and Hospitals
  • Government Spending—Charts—Housing and Urban Renewal
  • Government Spending—Charts—Interest on the Debt
  • Government Spending—Charts—National Defense
  • Government Spending—Charts—Natural Resources
  • Government Spending—Charts—Parity and Farm Price Support
  • Government Spending—Charts—Population
  • Government Spending—Charts—Public Assistance
  • Government Spending—Charts—Routine Services of Government
  • Government Spending—Charts—Sanitation and Anti-Pollution
  • Government Spending—Charts—State and Local Receipts, Expenditures and Debt
  • Government Spending—Charts—Stockpiling
  • Government Spending—Charts—Tax Revenue: Federal State and Local, by Type of Tax
  • Government Spending—Footnotes
  • Government Spending—School Lunch Program
  • Government Spending—State [1 of 2]
  • Government Spending—State [2 of 2]
  • Government Spending—State and Local Government

Box 46

  • Government Spending—Tables—Foreign Aid
  • Government Spending—Tables—Social Insurance Programs
  • Government Spending—Tables—Transportation
  • Governors
  • Hart, Senator Philip A.
  • Health
  • Hechler, Ken
  • Highways
  • Housing [1 of 2]
  • Housing [2 of 2]
  • Humphrey, Hubert H.
  • Interest Rates
  • Intergovernmental Relations

Box 47

  • Jackson, Senator Henry
  • Johnson Campaign Activities
  • Joint Economic Committee
  • Kennedy, Senator John F.—News Releases—September 17-October 15, 1960
  • Kennedy, Senator John F.—News Releases—October 16-November 1, 1960
  • Keyserling, Leon H.
  • Labor—Surplus and Shortage
  • Lasker—Memoranda
  • Libraries
  • Maremont, Arnold
  • Memos to David D. Lloyd
  • Miscellaneous [Names Not Otherwise Listed]

Box 48

  • National Conference on International Economic and Social Development— “A Decade of Development,” Miscellaneous Speeches [1 of 3]
  • National Conference on International Economic and Social Development— “A Decade of Development,” Miscellaneous Speeches [2 of 3]
  • National Conference on International Economic and Social Development— “A Decade of Development,” Miscellaneous Speeches [3 of 3]
  • NCIESD—Annual Meeting, Preliminary Correspondence [1 of 5]
  • NCIESD—Annual Meeting, Preliminary Correspondence [2 of 5]
  • NCIESD—Annual Meeting, Preliminary Correspondence [3 of 5]
  • NCIESD—Annual Meeting, Preliminary Correspondence [4 of 5]
  • NCIESD—Annual Meeting, Preliminary Correspondence [5 of 5]

Box 49

  • NCIESD—Annual Meeting, Preliminary Correspondence—Post Meeting
  • NCIESD—Annual Meeting, 1962—Miscellaneous [1 of 2]
  • NCIESD—Annual Meeting, 1962—Miscellaneous [2 of 2]
  • NCIESD—Annual Meeting, 1962—Press
  • NCIESD—Annual Meeting, 1962—Program
  • NCIESD—Conferences—Miscellaneous
  • NCIESD—Corporate Matters—Advisory Council

Box 50

  • NCIESD—Corporate Matters—Board of Directors, Minutes, Agenda
  • NCIESD—Corporate Matters—Board Matters
  • NCIESD—Corporate Matters—Certificate of Incorporation—By Laws
  • NCIESD—Corporate Matters—Finance
  • NCIESD—Corporate Matters—Finance Committee
  • NCIESD—Corporate Matters—Financial
  • NCIESD—Correspondence [1 of 2]
  • NCIESD—Correspondence [2 of 2]
  • NCIESD—Drafts and Extra Copies
  • NCIESD—Film Series—James P. Keene—Correspondence