Not finding the information you're looking for? Please contact the Archives research staff.
Showing 1 - 1 of 1 Records
Papers, 1925-1996. Diplomat, government official. Foreign Service Officer, State Department (1944-65, 1969-71); deputy Chief of Mission, Tokyo, Japan (1959-62); Ambassador to Tanganyika (later Tanzania) (1962-65); Ambassador to Yugoslavia (1969-72); Special Assistant to the President, National Security Council Planning board (1966-68); Deputy Commandant for International Affairs, National War College (1971-75); Vice President, National Defense University and adviser to the Department of State (1977-79); Chairman, Senior Intelligence Review Panel, Central Intelligence Agency (1979) Appointment diaries, personal journals, business and personal correspondence, subject files, speeches, publications, news clippings, photographs, financial papers relating to his foreign service. Includes extensive materials related to his interest in Asian art and his career as a college lecturer.