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Philip F. Dur Papers

Collection 288

Dur, Philip F. (1914-2005).  Papers, 1914-2002

10 feet, 8 inches

Philip Francis Dur (1914-2005) was born in St. Louis, Missouri on June 30, 1914 to Alphonse Nicolas and Sarah Ralston Dur. Philip Dur attended Harvard from 1931-1941, ultimately obtaining his PhD in History/Government while gaining experience teaching at the University level. In 1942, he married Elena Delgado, of Cuba, with whom he had six children (Elena, Philip Jr., Stan, Carmen, Jacqueline, and John). From 1942 to 1946, Dur was a member of  the United States Naval Reserve where he reached the level of Lieutenant Commander. In 1947, Dur embarked on his career as a Foreign Service Officer. This career took him to France (1948-51), Germany (1951-1954), Panama (1954-1955), and Japan (1955-1958; 1961). In 1965, Dur joined the faculty at the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now the University of Louisiana at Lafayette) as the Jefferson Caffery Professor of Political Science. He died 5 October 2005, and was buried in Rock creek Cemetery, Washington, DC.

While at the University of Southwestern Louisiana, Dur extensively researched and wrote about the life of Ambassador Jefferson Caffery (1886-1975). Much of this collection stems from the research conducted by Dur in preparation for his publications and includes both originals and copies of material, primarily correspondence and photographs, created throughout Ambassador Caffery’s career. For more information about Ambassador Jefferson Caffery, see the Jefferson Caffery Papers (Collection 45) and the Caffery Photograph Albums (Collection 45A).

In addition to material related to Ambassador Caffery, this collection contains research materials related to journal articles and other publications written throughout Dur’s career, covering a wide variety of topics including American education, Louisiana history, and French history.

Collection donated by Philip Dur Jr. and his siblings, and Christopher Gilcrease.

Note: * Denotes RESTRICTED folder – 1-15

Series:

A. Phillip F. Dur 1-01 thru 1-16
    a. Biography  
    b. Family  
    c. Career  
        1. Political  
        2. Teaching  
    d. General Records  
    e. Articles  
B. Writings 1-17 thru 2-17
    a. Articles  
    b. Jefferson Caffery Book  
        1. Research  
        2. Edits  
        3. Drafts  
        4. Correspondence re.  
C. Research 2-18 thru 6-32
        1. General  
        2. Caffery (Book and Articles)  
        3. Correspondence re.  
D. Class Notebooks Box 7
E. Jefferson Caffery Photographs 8-01 thru 9-08
F. Oversize Material 10-01 thru 11-06

Inventory:

Box 1  
1-01 Philip Dur (1914-2005)
    - Bio
    - General Records
    - Correspondence
1-02 Elena Dur (1977-1996)
    - Naturalization Information
    - Personal Correspondence/Photos
    - Information about death/obituary
1-03 Family (1965-1994)
    - Correspondence from children
    - Newspaper clippings
    - Children’s resume’s
    - Career accomplishments
1-04 Navy (1941-1962)
    - Commission
    - Training Records
    - Inactive Duty Records
    - Officer’s Qualification
    - Physical Examinations
1-05 Political Career – General (1951-1960)
    - Officer Report instructions
    - Employee Certification
    - Correspondence re: post transfers
    - Personnel actions
    - Post Preference Report: Yokohama, Japan
    - Foreign Service Journal, November, 1965
1-06 Political Career – Training (191-1961)
    - Course and examination information
    - Correspondence re: training assignments
    - Certificates of course completion
1-07 Political Career – Yokohama (1930-1960)
    - Correspondence re: settling in new post
    - Lists of members of the Columbia Society
    - Yearbook for The American Associations of Tokyo, Yokohama, Kobe, and Nagasaki 1930-31
    - List of leading economic and business organizations in Chubu General
    - American Consulate Office Personnel Roster
    - Nagoya Consular District economic information
    - Newspaper Clippings
    - Correspondence re: events at the American Consulate residence
    - General correspondence re: Consulate duties/activities
    - Foreign Service Economic Reporting Appraisal 1956
1-08 Political Career – Nagoya/Tokyo (1961-1965)
    - Foreign Service Economic Reporting Appraisal 1961
    - Transmittal Slips
    - Performance Rating Reports
    - Newspaper Clippings
    - Correspondence
1-09 Political Career – Nagoya (1965)
    - Correspondence
    - Event invitations
    - Newspaper Clippings
    - Signed board
1-10 Political Career – Retirement (1965)
    - Correspondence re: retirement
1-11 Teaching Career (1965-1984)
    - Correspondence re: position at USL and retirement
    - Correspondence re: appointment to Jefferson Caffery Honor Professor in the Department of Social Studies
    - Correspondence re: search for teaching position
1-12 Teaching Career – Lafayette News (1966-1998)
    - Newspaper clippings
1-13 Teaching Career – News and Correspondence (1965-1966)
    - Newspapers clippings
    - Correspondence re: teaching at USL
    - Convocation program
1-14 Teaching Career – Caffery Speakers (1975-1978)
    - Information on Professor Pierre Melandri
    - Information on Professor Jean Ibanèe
    - Correspondence re: public lectures
    - Correspondence/New clippings re: Ambassador George Bush visiting USL
1-15 * Class Records (1976-1984)
    - Vision aid Class Record Book, Fall 1981
    - Vision aid Class Record Book, Spring 1981
    - Vision aid Class Record Book, Summer
    - Vision aid Class Record Book, Fall 1983 & Spring 1984
    - Vision aid Class Record Book, Spring & Fall 1980
    - Vision aid Class Record Book, Spring & Fall 1982
    - Vision aid Class Record Book, Term (Unknown)
    - Vision aid Class Record Book, Fall 1978 & Spring 1979
    - Vision aid Class Record Book, Fall 1977 & Spring 1978
    - Vision aid Class Record Book, Spring 1976
    - Vision aid Class Record Book, Spring 1983
1-16 General Records (1947-1997)
    - Office of Reports and Estimates – 1947
    - 4th of July Reception 1953
    - Listing of Attendees Mid-Term Briefing 1960
    - Bulletins
    - Ciels du Monde Article, Nov 1997
    - Weihnachtssang und – klang
    - Cuadernos de Arte Caceres book
1-17 Correspondence: Publishing (1958-1999)
    - Correspondence from publishing companies regarding the publication of biography of Ambassador Caffery
1-18 Correspondence: Articles (1966-1977)
    - Correspondence regarding edits and use of various articles authored by Dur
1-19 Articles: Cuba/Medicare/ Education (n.d.)
    - US Diplomacy and the Downfall of a Cuban Dictator: Machado in 1933
    - The Medicare Catastrophic Surtax: A time bomb for the elderly
    - The Impending Reform of Higher Education
    - A Visit to the Recent Excavations at Saint Peter’s in Rome
    - Presidential Polls at the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1968
1-20 Article: The Etat General Des Finances for 1585 (1939-1953)
    - Research and edits
1-21 Article: The Right of Taxation in the Political Theory of the French Religious Wars   (1941-1942)
    - Drafts and correspondence
1-22 Articles: El Salvador/Suez/Rome (n.d.)
    - US Diplomacy and the Salvadorean Revolution of 1931
    - US Mediation of Suez Dispute a bis
    - US Diplomacy and the British Evacuation of Suez, 1954
    - The Estates of Blois and the Constitutional Crisis of the Ancien Regime
    - La Visite Du General de Gaulle a la Nouvelle Orleans
    - The Salvadorean Crisis of 1931-1932
     
Box 2    
2-01 Articles: Suez/Panama Canal (n.d.)
    - The Panama Canal Treaties and the Anglo-Egyptian Agreement on Suez Compared
    - Writing about Gamal Abdul Nasser and Suez Canal Company
2-02 Articles: Jefferson Caffery and Egypt (n.d.)
    - American Diplomacy and the Egyptian Revolution of July, 1952
    - Caffery’s Diplomacy in Egypt: Case Study
2-03 Articles: Jefferson Caffery (n.d.)
    - Jefferson Caffery: Assignment to Tokyo, 1923-1925
    - Jefferson Caffery of Louisiana: The American Style in Diplomacy
2-04 Booklet: Jefferson Caffery Ambassador of Revolution (n.d.)
    - Full copy
    - Loose pages/edits
2-05 Writings: Caffery – Sweden and Iran (n.d.)
    - Sweden and Iran 1913-1916, edits
2-06 Writings: Caffery – Russian Mission (n.d.)
    - Russian Mission, Paris I, Prince of Wales’ Visit, 1917-1919. edits
2-07 Writings: Caffery – Cuba 1933-1937 (n.d.)
    - Outline: Section I-Section III
2-08 Writings: Caffery – Cuba 1933-1937 (n.d.)
    - Outline: Section III – Section IV
2-09 Writings: Caffery – Cuba (n.d.)
    - Full copy
2-10 Writings: Caffery – Paris (n.d.)
    - Foreword
    - Chapter 1
2-11 Writings: Caffery – Paris (n.d.)
    - Chapter 2-3
2-12 Writings: Caffery – Paris (n.d.)
    - Chapter 4- 5
2-13 Writings: Caffery – Paris (n.d.)
    - Chapter 6 - 8
2-14 Writings: Caffery Biography (n.d.)
    - Chapter 1-2
2-15 Writings: Caffery Biography (n.d.)
    - Chapter 4- 6
2-16 Writings: Caffery Biography (n.d.)
    - Publishing Reviews and Announcements
2-17 Writings: Caffery Miscellaneous (n.d.)
    - Edits of two unidentified articles
2-18 Research – Books (n.d.)
    - Foreign Affairs bibliography
    - Indexing and Abstracting Services
    - Department List – Political Science
    - Points de Vente Livres, Journaux et Disques Francais aux Etats-Unis
    - Selected list of Acquisitions – Ambassade de France 1968
    - List of Serial Publications Missing
    - Dupré Library Reserve Book List
    - Documents Room University Libraries, USL – The Legislative Process
    - USL Bibliography of General Reference Books and Statistical Sources
    - USL Foreign Relations
    - Learning Resources in International Studies
    - Game Theory Bibliography
    - Department of State correspondence
2-19 Research – General (n.d.)
  - Brief Guide to doing Research in Paris
  - The Journal of Modern History – Dec 1945
  - Morning Advocate correspondence – Feb 1981
  - French Education – I: The Elitist Structures
  - Loose notes
2-20 Research – Theses (n.d.)
    - The Fiscal Policy of Napoleon III in the Period of the Authoritarian Empire – Napoléon Légaré
    - The Use of History – John Smith
2-21 Research – French in Louisiana (n.d.)
    - Hadley J. Castille & Son Orchestre de Métayers Cajens
    - Le Conseillier Pédagogique a Lafayette
    - Congres International des Ameriques Francophone
    - CODOFIL Announoes 1972
    - Ne Publier Qu’apres 21 Heures, Le Mercredi 5 Avril 1972
    - Newspaper Clippings
     
Box 3    
3-01 Research – Caffery Biography (1902-1968)
    - Baptism certificate
    - Correspondence re: Caffery donations and conversations concerning Ambassadorship
    - Copy of Jefferson Caffery’s Will
    - Inventory of Caffery’s “Egyption Collection”
    - 3 Interviews between Caffery and Dur June 1968
    - Correspondence from Caffery to “Cyril” suggesting edits to biography
    - Photocopies of Caffery memo book 1917
    - “Closing Exercises” of SLII May 26, 1902 – Caffery listed as “Tableau, Lafayette in 1776”
    - USDS Register
    - Caffery quote
    - List of books in Caffery library
    - News clippings
3-02 Research – Gertrude McCarthy Caffery (n.d.)
    - Correspondence between Jefferson and Gertrude Caffery
    - Correspondence from Dur detailing Mrs. Caffery’s obituary
    - Correspondence regarding Mrs. Caffery’s death
    - Membership invitation from the Sulgrave Club
    - Correspondence to/from Mrs. Caffery
    - News clippings
3-03 Research – Caffery Friends (1941-1973)
    - Correspondence to Ambassador Caffery from Gypsy Lewis
    - Correspondence from H. Freeman Matthews November 1941
    - Correspondence from “Pete” October 1, 1973
    - Wedding Correspondence List
    - News clippings
    - Correspondence/News Clippings from James A. Farley concerning Press Conference
    - A Synopsis of Study and Work of Constance Conant Smith
3-04 Research – Caffery Family (1954-1986)
    - Correspondence from Theodore Roosevelt
    - Correspondence from Oxon Hill Manor
    - Correspondence from Richard B. Wigglesworth. Dec 16, 1954
    - Correspondence from Sumner Welles June 18, 1955
    - Christmas card from “The Kickoxen 1958”
    - Correspondence from Sumner Welles March 4 1961
    - Correspondence from “Cousin Pat” Jan 8, 1968 and July 22, 1969
    - Memo from Gordon H. Mattison – January 26
    - Memo from Brannon McKinley “24 November”
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collection
    - Correspondence from Rosemary Azar including list of Caffery contemporaries supplied by the Tulane Alumni Association
    - Correspondence regarding gathering information from Mr. William Riley
    - Dacor bulletin – Page Six, November 1986
    - Thank you note
    - Caffery Marriage Certificate
    - Who’s Who page
    - List of contacts
    - News clippings
    - US Diplomatic Courier Service Commemorative Medal – 50th Anniversary
3-05 Research – Caffery “boys” (1947-1975)
    - Correspondence from Walter J. Donnelly April 9, 1947
    - Correspondence from Graham Martin July 8, 1955
    - Correspondence from Barratt O’Hara April 12, 1956
    - Correspondence from Livingston T. Merchant – November 13, 1959
    - Correspondence from Bill Tyler – July 6, 1963
    - Correspondence from Douglas MacArthur II – September 13, 1966
    - Correspondence from George V. Allen – July 15, 1969
    - Card from Mary Buell – March 22, 19712nd page of correspondence from “Ted”
    - Card from Perry and Harriet Culley
    - Card from George and Elsa Abbott
    - Correspondence from Walter Donnelly – December 16, 1954
    - Correspondence from Gordon H. mattison – December 24, 1954
    - Correspondence from Douglas MacArthur – June 1975
    - Correspondence from Mrs. Caffery – June 5, 1972
    - Notes
    - United States Ambassadors from 1950-1971
    - “The Caffery Boy’s”
    - USL Name List
    - List of Chiefs of Mission who Served with Caffery in Order of Longevity
    - News clipping announcing death of Walter J. Donnelly
3-06 Research – Caffery Lafayette Friends (1937-1972)
    - Correspondence from James Caffery – November 30, 1937
    - Correspondence to “Jamie” – November 12, 1941
    - Undated correspondence from “Jamie” to Caffery
    - Telegram and news clipping re: death of James Parkerson Caffery
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collection
    - Annotated Abstracts of the Succession of St. Mary Parish, LA compiled by Mary Elizabeth Sanders – 1972
    - News clippings of wedding and funeral
    - Institute Bulletin Volume IV – December 1907
    - Correspondence from William Parkerson – August 7, 1972
3-07 Research – Caffery Life and Style (1946-1969)
    - Correspondence from “Bob” May 21, 1946 with attached article
    - Correspondence from Peggy J. Barnhart, Foreign Service Newsletter editor – March 8, 1961
    - Correspondence from E. Kathryn Mallow, Chief of Leave and Retirement Section with attached copy of service records – March 11, 1955
    - Correspondence from Louis B. Fleming – July 16, 1969
    - Note from Caffery detailing education and Ambassadorship
    - Envelope with correspondence re: Jockey Club
    - News clippings
    - Photocopies of material from other collection
    - “America’s Ace Ambassador” by Joseph F. Thorning
3-08 Research – Caffery Honors (1938-1974)
    - Correspondence from Office of the Secretary- Treasurer and Registrar – January 10, 1938
    - Telegraph/Correspondence from T M Hesburgh CSC President University of Notre Dame concerning Laetare Medal– 1954
    - Italcable from John F. Kennedy – 1963
    - Correspondence from L. Ralston Curry, Jr. President of the Virginia Society of the Sons of the American Revolution – May 18, 1967
    - Correspondence from Shirley R. Newhall – March 4 and May 12, 1969
    - Correspondence from Quintin Jermy Gwyn – May 31, 1969
    - Correspondence from Corcoran Thom, Jr. – November 15, 1969
    - Correspondence from Notre Dame President – April 8, 1970
    - Correspondence from John Marquis Converse – February 8, 1971
    - Correspondence from Dr. Jules L. Pierre – August 15, 1971
    - Correspondence from James Domengeaux – September 29, 1971
    - Notes
    - Correspondence from Department of State – October 15, 1971
    - Telegram/Correspondence from Riddleberger, President Davor – 1971
    - The Dacor Bulletin
    - Correspondence from James Domengeaux – March 15, 1972
    - Correspondence from Mark Twain Society – April 12, 1972
    - Correspondence from William Horton – September 18, 1974
    - Photocopies of correspondence in the Caffery Collection
    - Senate Resolution No. 18
    - Note about Lafayette honor
    - News release for University of Notre Dame – March 28, 1953
    - The Foreign Service Cup – 1971
    - News clippings
    - Membership in Sigma Alpha Epsilon
3-09 Research – Caffery Foreign Honors (1956-1962)
    - Universite de Lyon
    - Dinner party in Cairo invitation
    - Correspondence from Loy W. Henderson – January 16, 1956
    - Correspondence from French Embassy – March 27, 1956
    - Correspondence from Avv. Vittorino Veronese– April 11, 1967
    - Correspondence from Wiley T. Buchanan, Jr. – September 24, 1958
    - Correspondence from “Bob” – October 9, 1958
    - Correspondence from Cecil Lyon – 1958/59
    - Correspondence from Robert Corrigan – April 27, 1960
    - Honor in Rome
    - The French Pavilion at the World Fair – 1962
    - Correspondence re: medals for storage
    - Correspondence re: the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor
    - S. 3195 in the House of Representative – July 14, 1958
    - Notes
3-10 Research – Caffery Notes and Writing (1954-1972)
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collection
    - Memorandum from C. Robert Payne – May 18, 1954
    - Correspondence from Charles E. Cuningham – December 13, 1954
    - Correspondence from Shirley R. Newhall – November 8, 1968
    - Newspaper clippings
    - “Summary Description of the Composition of the Sacred Books”
    - “Scripture is God’s Word” by Jefferson Caffery
    - Correspondence from Richard B. Scheiber – December 9, 1970 and January 4, 1971
    - Correspondence from Richard Mouton – January 18, 1971
    - Correspondence from R. A. F. MacKenzie, S.J. – January 22, 1971
    - Correspondence from North American College – February, 1971
    - Correspondence from Francis P. Furlong – February 26, 1971
    - Newspaper clippings
    - Correspondence to William R. Emerson – January 13, 1972
    - Notes
    - Inventory of books in the Jefferson Caffery Collection – September, 1971
3-11 Research – Caffery “Anecdotes of Foreign Service” (1974)
    - Multiple edits
    - Correspondence from Ellis O. Briggs – November 22, 1974
    - Correspondence from Margaret Setton July 4, 1974
    - Correspondence regarding Caffery research
3-12 Research – Caffery Foreign Service Organization (1949-1955)
    - Correspondence from Loy W. Henderson – October 11, 1955
    - “The Historical Relationship Between the Department of State and the Foreign Service” 1949
    - Notes
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - Radio Bulletin News Digest – No. 26
3-13 Research – Caffery Career, Venezuela 1911-1914
    - Newspaper clippings
    - Correspondence re: commission to Secretary of the Legation of the United States at Caracas, Venezuela
    - Correspondence – 1911-1914
3-14 Research – Caffery Career, Sweden, 1913-1916
    - Correspondence – 1914-1915
    - Photocopies of material in Caffery collection
    - “Rederiaktiebolaget Sverige-Nordamerika Goteborg Svenska Amerika Liniens Angare ‘Stockholm’”
    - “The Charge d’Affairs in Sweden (Caffery) to the Secretary of State” Telegram
    - Two photographs
3-15 Research – Caffery Career, Teheran 1917
    - News clipping
    - Correspondence January 10, 1917
    - Photocopies of correspondence
3-16 Research – Caffery Career, Paris 1917-1919
    - The Mansion House, London Dinner
    - List of the US Delegation
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collection
    - Embassy of the USA Rules
3-17 Research – Caffery Career, Russian Mission 1918
    - Correspondence January 15, 1918
    - Copies of correspondence from another collection Feb/May 1917
    - “Mission From Russian to U.S. Welcomed Here” news article copy
    - “Red Cross Plans to Aid Russians” news article from NY Times 1917
    - News clippings
3-18 Research – Caffery Career, Prince of Wales Visit 1919
    - Correspondence from December 17, 1919
    - Copies of correspondence from Manuscript Division, Library of Congress
    - Photocopies of book pages
3-19 Research – Caffery Career, Madrid 1920-1923
    - Copies of correspondence from another collection
    - Copies of book pages
3-20 Research – Caffery Career, Greece 1922-1923
    - Copies of correspondence from another collection
    - Special Circular No. 1 – Levantine and Concerns from the Obligation of Participation in the Greek Forced Loan from the Department of Commerce
    - Photocopies of book pages
3-21 Research – Caffery Career, Tokyo 1923-1924
    - “The History” from K. Watanbe
    - News clipping
    - Correspondence from Viscount Nobuaki Makino, November 13, 1923
    - Correspondence from April 8, 1924
    - News clippings
    - Donation to USL of Egyptian antiquities and rare books
    - Notes
    - Hotel brochure
3-22 Research – Caffery Career, Berlin 1924-1925
    - Correspondence from March 2nd, 1927
    - Photocopies of correspondence and news clippings from another collection
3-23 Research – Caffery Career, Colombia 1929-1931
    - Correspondence from Enrique Olaya Herrera – July 3, 1930
    - Correspondence from Francis White – July 7, September 29 1930
    - Correspondence from South American Gulf Oil Company – March 5, 1931
    - Correspondence from “Presidencia de la Republica” – November 26, 1931
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collections
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - News clippings
3-24 Research – Caffery Career Colombia 1932-1933
    - Correspondence from Francis White – December 3, 1932
    - Correspondence from Henry Stimson – March 1, 1933
    - Correspondence from May/June 1933
    - Correspondence from J. B. Moore – July 26, 1933
    - Correspondence from Nathan Heyman – February 23, 1955
    - News clippings
    - Invitation from President Hoover
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collections
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - List of articles
3-25 Research – Caffery Career El Salvador (1926-1931)
    - Correspondence from P. Romero Pasque – August 11, 1928/May 10, 1929
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collections
    - “Foreign Policy Reports: The Caribbean Situation Nicaragua and Salvador”
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - “Historical Issues: Office of the Historian”
    - “Areas of Challenge in the Americas”
    - “Morality and Realism in American Foreign Policy”
    - “Moral Principles and Strategic Interests: The Worldwide Movement Toward Democracy”
    - “Democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean”
    - “Latin American Library Newspaper Holdings”
    - “The United States and the central American Federation”
    - “El Salvador and Colombia, 1926-1931” Chapter
3-26 Research – Caffery Career Washington, 1933
    - Correspondence from Enrique Herrera of Colombia – July 17, 1933
    - Correspondence to Enrique Herrera of Colombia – September 16, 1933
    - Photocopies of news clippings/correspondence/book pages
3-27 Research – Caffery Career Cuba 1933-1935
    - Jefferson Caffery speech on America’s Policy in Cuba
    - Correspondence to Sumner Welles – October 9, 1934
    - Photocopies of correspondence/telegrams from other collections
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - News clippings
    - Memorandum
3-28 Research – Caffery Career Cuba Correspondence 1933
    - Photocopies of correspondence/telegrams
3-29 Research – Caffery Career Cuba Correspondence 1933
    - Photocopies of correspondence/telegrams
3-30 Research – Caffery Career Cuba Correspondence 1933
    - Photocopies of correspondence/telegrams
3-31 Research – Caffery Career Cuba Correspondence 1934
    - Photocopies of correspondence/telegrams
3-32 Research – Caffery Career Cuba Correspondence 1935
    - Photocopies of correspondence/telegrams
     
Box 4    
4-01 Research – Caffery Career Cuba 1936-1937
    - Cablegram from Edward R I. February 14, 1936
    - Correspondence to Welles – April 27, 1936
    - Correspondence to Father Burke – July 29, 1936
    - Correspondence to Welles – January 18, 1936
    - Correspondence from Cordell Hull – April 27, 1936
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collections
    - News clipping
4-02 Research – Caffery Carrer Cuba: Gomez’s Impeachment (1934-1969)
    - Correspondence from Batista – March 9, 1937
    - Correspondence to Secretary of State – September 25, 1934
    - Correspondence to Welles – October 4, 1934
    - Correspondence to Kaiser – December 1, 1934
    - Correspondence to the President – March 8, 1935
    - Correspondence from Roosevelt – January 15, 1936
    - Correspondence to Welles – April 6, 1936
    - Correspondence to Welles – April 22, 1936
    - Correspondence from Department of State – April 23, 1936
    - Correspondence to Sternbach – May 13, 1936
    - Correspondence to Sumner – October 1, 1936
    - Correspondence to Sumner – October 20, 1936
    - Correspondence from Welles – October 28, 1936
    - Correspondence to Sumner – October 30, 1936
    - Correspondence to Sumner – November 2, 1936
    - Correspondence to Sumner – December 9, 1936
    - Correspondence to Sumner – December 15, 1936
    - Correspondence from Roosevelt – January 14, 1937
    - Correspondence to Joe Smith – February 26, 1937
    - News clippings
    - Correspondence from Horton Henry – September 10, 1969
    - Photocopies of correspondence from another collection
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - Handwritten notes
    - Press release – November 28, 1952
4-03 Research – Caffery Career Cuba article notes and correspondence (n.d.)
    - Handwritten notes
    - Article edits
    - Correspondence concerning Dur’s article about Caffery’s time in Cuba
4-04 Research – Caffery Career Brazil (n.d.)
    - Correspondence from Anita Weber of George C. Marshall Research Foundation concerning copies requested by Dur about Caffery’s time in Brazil
    - Photocopies of correspondence from George C. Marshall Research Foundation
4-05 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil (1939-1951)
    - Caffery marriage certificate
    - Note with “Mrs Crawford” written at top
    - Correspondence from June 11, 1951
    - Correspondence from September 2, 1953
    - Correspondence from March 27, 1944
    - Photocopies of news clippings
    - Photocopies of correspondence from another collection
    - Newsweek from April 24, 1939
    - Correspondence to Newsweek- May 19, 1939
    - Correspondence from W. W. Wilson – June 17, 1939
    - Correspondence from President Franklin D. Roosevelt – June 17, 1939
    - Correspondence to “Doc” – January 10, 1940
    - Photocopies of correspondence from another collection
    - Correspondence February 16, 1944
    - Correspondence from President Roosevelt – March 31, 1944
    - Telegram from Samuel G. Engel – September 22, 1944
    - Correspondence from V.F. Boucas – October 9, 1944
    - Correspondence from James C.H. Bonbright – November 11, 1944
4-06 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil 1937-1944
    - Correspondence from James W. Flanagan – July 6, 1937
    - Correspondence to President Roosevelt – December 13, 1937
    - “Brazil goes Fascist” Supplement to Fortune, December 1937
    - Correspondence from President Roosevelt – May 19, 1939
    - Correspondence from General G. C. Marshall – June 8, 1939
    - Memorandum – January 12, 1938
    - Correspondence to President Roosevelt – February 5, 1938
    - Correspondence to H.F. Arthur Schoenfeld – March 22, 1938
    - Bottom half of correspondence from Welles
    - Correspondence to Cyrus Woods – May 20, 1938
    - Correspondence to Robert M. Scotten – June 6, 1938
    - Correspondence to His Excellency Dr. Abadia Mendez – August 26, 1938
    - Correspondence from General G.C. Marshall – July 24, 1939
    - “The Dido de Dues – Most Difficult Feat of Brazilian Climbing” – source Correio de Manha – July 25, 1939
    - “Like a Veteran Alpine Climber Reached the Top of the Dedo de Deus” – source Correio de Manha – July 26, 1939
    - Correspondence to H. Freeman Matthews – March 26, 1940
    - Correspondence from Herbert Hoover – May 20, 1940
    - Correspondence to Theodore Roosevelt – October 9, 1940
    - Correspondence to William C. Burdette – November 14, 1940
    - Correspondence from Breckinridge Long – April 25, 1941
    - Correspondence from Jack Kennedy – undated
    - Correspondence to Claude G. Bowers – May 12, 1941
    - Correspondence from Department of State – October 18, 1941
    - Telegram from Nelson A. “Rickefeller” – April 20, 1942
    - Correspondence to Nelson A. Rockefeller – April 21, 1942
    - Correspondence from Mrs. Edith Roosevelt – April 24, 1942
    - Correspondence to President Roosevelt – “Translation” - July 30, 1942
    - Correspondence to His Excellency Getulio Vargas – August 20, 1942
    - Correspondence to His Excellence Getulio Vargas – August 20, 1942 copy
    - Correspondence to the Honorable Breckinridge Long – September 10, 1942
    - Correspondence to Mr. Rockefeller – September 22, 1942
    - Correspondence from Nelson Rockefeller – October 29, 1942
    - Correspondence from Adalzira Bittencourt – November 23, 1942
    - Correspondence from Harry L. Hopkins – March 16, 1943
    - Correspondence from Breckinridge Long – March 17, 1943
    - Correspondence to His Excellency Monsenhor Benedetto Aloisi Masella – April 19, 1943
    - Notes from Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt – 1943
    - Correspondence from Department of State – August 22, 1943
    - Correspondence from Randolph Harrison – September 22, 1943
    - “Wartime Functions of Embassy” – October 14, 1943
    - Correspondence from General Castello Branco – October 26, 1943
    - Correspondence from The Honorable Cordell Hull – December 1, 1943
    - Correspondence from Cordell Hull – December 6, 1943
    - Correspondence from Cordell Hull – December 11, 1943
    - Correspondence from Cordell Hull – December 11, 1943
    - Correspondence to His Excellency Dr. Oswaldo Aranha – December 15, 1943
    - Correspondence from Franklin Roosevelt – December 18, 1943
    - Correspondence from I. W. Carpenter, Jr. – April 5, 1957
    - Copy of correspondence to Congressman Patrick T. Caffery – April 20, 1969
    - News clippings
4-07 Research – Brazil 1944
    - Correspondence from Sumner Welles – February 21, 1944
    - Correspondence to Laurence Duggan – May 10, 1944
    - Correspondence to Laurence Duggan – May 17, 1944
    - Correspondence from May 20, 1944
    - Correspondence to His Excellency Dr. Oswaldo Aranha – May 23, 1944
    - Correspondence from Laurence Duggan – May 27, 1944
    - Correspondence from Cordell Hull – May 27, 1944
    - Correspondence from A.A. Berle Jr. – June 2, 1944
    - Correspondence from President Roosevelt – June 21, 1944
    - Correspondence from “Randy” – July 10, 1944
    - Correspondence from Harry L. Hopkins – July 12, 1944
    - Correspondence to President Franklin Roosevelt – July 12, 1944
    - Correspondence from Edith Roosevelt – August 5, 1944
    - Correspondence to Major Benjamin H. Namm – August 29, 1944
    - Correspondence from TIME – September 21, 1944
    - Correspondence from Getulio Vargas – September 22, 1944
    - Correspondence to Kip Finch of TIME from Jane – September 21, 1944
    - Telegram from “Donnelly” – Sepember 22, 1944
    - Correspondence from “Velloso” – October 3, 1944
    - Correspondence to Jack West – October 5, 1944
    - Correspondence from Douglas E. Fairbanks, Jr. – November 14, 1944
    - Correspondence from Theodore “Ted” Xanthaky – November 15, 1944
    - Correspondence from Cordell Hull – December 8, 1944
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – February 23, 1945
    - Correspondence from Theodore Xanthaky – March 31, 1945
    - Correspondence from Roosevelt – April 20, 1945
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan to Elim O’Shaughnessy – May 4, 1945
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan with attached article “Felled in the Corridor of Victory in the Service of the Country” – June 6, 1945
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – June 13, 1945
    - Correspondence from “Andy” – October 18, 1945
    - Correspondence from Peter F. Szluk – May 27, 1955
    - Correspondence to Peter F. Szluk – January 14, 1957
    - Correspondence from Maria Cecilia Ribas Carneiro – March 28, 1972
    - Correspondence from James A. Farley – April 6, 1973
    - Notes
    - News clipping
4-08 Research – Brazil Undated Correspondence
    - Note from Mrs. Woodrow Wilson
    - Excerpt from German Broadcast of July 20th addressed to the Brazilian Foreign Minister, Dr. Oswaldo Aranha
    - Correspondence from Grand Hotel, Roma
    - Note from Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt
    - Correspondence from Theodore Roosevelt
    - Postcards
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan to Colonel Ferguson
    - “Corridor to Victory: Getulio Vargas and the War”
    - E Leia Veja – May 19, 1971
4-09 Research – Caffery Career Brazil, Aranha (n.d.)
    - Photocopies of news clippings
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collections
4-10 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Axis Activities (1942-1948)
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collections
4-11 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Travel (n.d.)
    - Photocopies of correspondence form other collections
4-12 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Economics (n.d.)
    - Photocopies of memorandum and correspondence from other collections
4-13 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Relations (n.d.)
    - Photocopies of correspondence and memorandum from other collections
4-14 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – People & Groups (1943)
    - Photocopies of correspondence form other collections
    - Intelligence reports from April 22 and October 30, 1943
4-15 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Politics (1942-1944)
    - Intelligence report from July 24, 1942
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collections
    - Enclosure to Dispatch No. 16065 of May 26, 1944 from the Embassy at Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
4-16 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Trade (1941)
    - Page numbers in “Foreign Relations” American Republics volumes concerned with Brazil in Caffery years
    - Photocopies of correspondence from another collection
    - News clippings
    - “South America’s Markets Here” from Western World Magazine of the Americas July – September, 1941
    - Copy of “The Success of a Mission: An Exclusive Report to Brazil Magazine” by Jefferson Caffery
    - Photocopies of book pages
4-17 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Embassy (1939-1957)
    - Photocopies of correspondence and telegrams from another collection
    - Correspondence to Gertrude Caffery – March 12, 1939
    - Correspondence from September 27, 1944
    - Card from Palacie Grao Para, Abril 1957
    - News clippings
4-18 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Estado Novo (n.d.)
    - Photocopies of correspondence from another collection
4-19 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Joint Planning 1941 (1941-1975)
    - “Bases for the Establishment of an Agreement of Cooperation Between the United States of North America and Brazil”
    - Photocopies of correspondence and memorandums from another collection
    - Copy of book page
    - June Savoy Rowell article
    - Correspondence to Dur from Professor Frank D. McCann – February 3, 1975
    - Correspondence sent to War Plans Division from Chief of Mission, Rio de Janeiro November 3, 1941
4-20 Research – Caffery Career – Brazil, Krupp Armo (1938-1941)
    - Memorandum: Conversation with Brazilian Chief of Staff – January 29, 1941
    - Correspondence from Cordell Hull – January 17, 1941
    - “The Military Attache, Brazil” – January 10, 1941
    - “The Siqueria Campos affair and similar incidents” – December 13, 1941
    - Military Intelligence Division War Department General Staff Military Atache Report – October 31, 1940
4-21 Research – Caffery Carrer, Brazil – Corridor of Air (1941-1942)
    - Correspondence from D. McCoach Jr – September 30, 1941
    - Correspondence from E.S. Adams – October 10, 1941
    - Comments on report of visit to Brazil by Lieutenant Colonel L.S. Dillon, Corps of Engineers – October 13, 1941
    - Correspondence from Welles – November 10, 1941
    - Correspondence from Thomas Burke – February 17, 1942
    - Memorandum for the Director of Defense Aid – March 1, 1942
    - Telegrams to the Secretary of State – 1943
    - Telegram to Sumner Wells – March 7, 1942
    - Telegram from Hull – May 6, 1942
    - Telegram from Welles – March 24, 1942
    - Intelligence Report – September 30, 1942
    - Correspondence from H. A. Ritchey
4-22 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – U.S. Military 1938-1941
    - “War Plans Division”
    - “Missao Militar Americana”
    - Report No. 1631 “Social Advancement and Progress, Inherent attitude towards foreigners” – April 16, 1936
    - Correspondence from N.H. White, Jr. – September 24, 1938
    - Statement for the Press – September 2, 1938
    - Guests to dinner in honor of General Marshall, Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army – May 25, 1939
    - Correspondence from G.C. Marshall – June 8, 1939
    - Report No. 2296 “Brazilian Minorities” – September 11, 1939
    - Enclosure from dispatch No. 2000
    - Correspondence from Major White – May 5, 1940
    - Report No. 2390 “German Activities”
    - Report No. 2391 “Subversive Activities”
    - Military Attache Report “Views of General Gunther” December 4, 1940
    - Telegram from Sumner Welles – August 28, 1942
    - Correspondence from G.C. Marshall – September 17, 1942
    - “Alleged Discourtesy of Army Flight Personnel to Brazilian Officials” – November 17, 1941
4-23 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil- 1941 FDR (1941-1942)
    - “Northeastern Brazil Theater Rainbow No. 4”
    - Memorandum “Military Cooperating of Brazil and other American Republic”
    - J.B. No. 325 “Military Cooperation of Brazil and oher American Republics with the United States” June 7, 1941
    - Correspondence from the Secretary of War and Secretary of the Navy to the President June 13, 1941
    - Memorandum for War Plans Division June 21, 1941
    - Memorandum “German Penetration in Iberian Peninsula, North and West Africa” June 18, 1941
    - Correspondence from Sumner Welles o he General Marshall July 15, 1941
    - “Report of Status of Hemisphere Defense Projects” August 8, 1941
    - Correspondence from L.T. Gerow to the General Marshall August 19, 1941
    - Memorandum from M.B. Ridgway to Colonel Bundy August 28, 1941
    - “War department to the Assistant Chief of Staff, War Plans Division”
    - Memorandum to Lieutenant Colonel Matthew B. Ridgeway from Orme Wilson – September 16, 1941
    - Memorandum for General Gerow from M.B. Ridgway – September 30, 1941
    - Memorandum for General Marshall “Conference between Dr. Baxter, Brigadier General Miller and Lieutenant Colonel Ridgway” – October 9, 1941
    - Memorandum of Conference Held at 11:30 am in the office of Mr. Dean Atcheson, State Department – October 9, 1941
    - “Confidential Supplementary of US Army Members of the Joint Planning Group in Brazil” – October 15, 1941
    - Memorandum for the Assistant Chief of Staff, War Plans Division – October 25, 1941
    - Memorandum for the Chief of Staff, GHQ “Brazilian Theater Plan” – October 31, 1941
    - Memorandum for the AC of S, WPD “Military Cooperation with Brazil” – November 1, 1941
    - “Note for Record (WPD 40224-204)” signed M.B.R. – December 11, 1941
    - Correspondence from M.B.R. to General Gerow – December 13, no year
    - “Note for Record” signed M.B.R.
    - Memorandum for the Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2 “Marine Corps Detachment to Brazil” – December 14, 1941
    - “Orders to temporary shore duty beyond the seas” signed Charles D. Barrett – December 14, 1941
    - Note
    - “Instructions for Commanding Officers, U.S. Marine Corps Detachments En Route to Brazil” – December 15, 1941
    - Correspondence to General Holcomb from G.C. Marshall – December 16, 1941
    - “Memorandum for Record” signed L. Mathewson – December 18, 1941
    - “Note for Record” signed T.T. Handy – December 23, 1941
    - “Memorandum for Hon. Sumner Welles” – June 26, 1942
    - Personal No. 64 – June 18, 1942
4-24 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – U.S. Navy 1941
    - Memorandum “Permission requested of Brazilian Government for facilities for plane and vessels in Northern Brazil” – August 29, 1941
    - Memorandum for General Marshall from Navy Department – September 2, 1941
    - Memorandum for General Gerow from War Department signed Chief of Staff – September 3, 1941
    - Memorandum for General Gerow “Admiral Stark’s reply to letter to secretary of State re Cooperation with Brazil” – September 3, 1941
    - “For the Record signed b Henry A. Barber, Jr.” – September 6, 1941
    - Memorandum for the Chief of Staff “Brazil” – September 8, 1941
    - “For the Record’ signed by Henry A. Barber, Jr. – September 15, 1941
    - Memorandum for General Gerow “Letter of Secretary of War to Secretary of State re United States – Brazilian Cooperation in Hemisphere Defense” – September 15, 1941
    - Correspondence “Navy Department” – September 23, 1941
    - Memorandum for the Chief of Staff “Military Cooperation of Brazil” – October 4, 1941
    - Memorandum for Colonel M.B. Ridgway “Joint Staff Planning, Brazil – US” – October 31, 1941
    - War Department Disposition Form- November 4, 1941
    - Memorandum to Lieutenant Colonel Matthew B. Ridgway, War Plans division “Permission for operation of US naval planes from Natal and Maceio, Brazil” – November 17, 1941
    - No. 86 “Military cooperation of Brazil in hemisphere defence” – November 12, 1941
    - Memorandum for General Marshall signed Charles Wellborn, Jr. – November 19, 1941
    - Memorandum for chief of staff – November 28, 1941
    - Correspondence to General G.C. Marshall, USA – December 1, 1941
4-25 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Military (1941-1942)
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - Note for Record
    - War Department General Staff
    - Memorandum to the A.C. of S. “President Vargas’ foreign policy” – February 19, 1941
    - Memorandum for the A.C. of S “Military Cooperation with Brazil in Hemisphere Defense” – October 14, 1941
    - Memorandum “Status of Brazilian military cooperation with the United States” – November 3, 1941
    - Memorandum for Colonel Ridgway “Fifth Column in Brazil” – October 21, 1941
    - “Status of Military Cooperation with Brazil in Hemisphere Defense” – October 30, 1941
    - Memorandum to Major Robert N. Young, Office of the Chief of Staff, War Department “Attitude in Brazilian Government toward US troops in northeastern Brazil” – November 5, 1941
    - Military Intelligence Division War Department General Staff – November 15, 1941
    - “Paraphrase of Code Radiogram Received at the War Department at 12:46, November 15, 1941”
    - Memorandum “Military cooperation in Northeastern Brazil” – November 22, 1941
    - Memorandum “Military cooperation with Brazil” – November 24, 1941
    - Memorandum for the Chief of Staff “Brazil” – November 29, 1941
    - Cop of WPD 4516-35, 11-29-41 w/FBI Report
    - Memorandum for the chief of staff “Brazil” – December 5, 1941
    - Memorandum for the Assistant Chief of Staff, G-2 “Letter from US Military Attache, Brazil” – February 23, 1942
4-26 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Natal, 1943 (1942-1943)
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – November 10, 1942
    - Correspondence o Mr. Bonsal and Mr. Duggan from Selden Chapin – November 16, 1942
    - Correspondence from Sumner Welles to President – January 7, 1943
    - Telegram to secretary of state – December 31, 1943
    - Telegram to Secretary of State – January 15, 1943
    - Correspondence from W.N. Walmsley, Jr. – January 19, 1943
    - Telegram to Secretary of State – January 39, 1943
    - Telegram to Secretary of State – February 2, 1943
    - Correspondence from Sumner Welles to the President – February 15, 1943
    - Telegram from Hull – February 16, 1943
    - Correspondence to W.N. Welmsley Jr. from Robert Corrigan – January 27, 1943
    - Memorandum of Conversation “Possible occupation of Portuguese islands by Brazilian troops” – March 1, 1943
    - Correspondence from Sumner Welles – March 2, 1943
    - Correspondence from Sumner Welles to the President – March 2, 1943
    - “Radio Address by Ambassador Leao Velloso, Secretary General of the Foreign Office, on Brazilian Foreign Policy” – March 4, 1943
    - Confidential for the Ambassador from the Under Secretary – March 24, 1943
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 26, 1943
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – October 16, 1943
4-27 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Used in article (1937-1944)
    - Memorandum – July 10, 1937
    - Telegram from Hull – February, 1943
    - Telegram to Hull – September 20, 1944
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – January 30, 1943
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – December 16, 1942
    - Telegram for the Ambassador from the Under Secretary – December 21, 1942
    - “Climbing the Agulhas Negras which from the Summit of Mount Itatiaya, Brazil” by Jefferson Caffery
    - “Reception, Embassy Residence, Thursday, June 19th 6-8”
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - Correspondence to Breckinridge Long – March 4, 1940
    - Correspondence to Caffery – March 15, 1938
    - Correspondence to Nathaniel P. Davis – February 25, 1938
    - Copy of Correspondence to Theodore Xanthaky - February 6, 1974
    - Correspondence to Caffery – January 24, 1938
    - Correspondence to Dur from Eleanor McCarthy – February 3, 1974
    - News clippings
    - Correspondence from Prentiss Gilbert – November 22, 1937
    - “Change of German Ambassadors” – July 20, 1937
    - “Transmitting two Strictly Confidential Reports concerning Embassy’s Accomplishments” – February 27, 1943
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State “Accomplishments” – February 11, 1943
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State from Donnelly – September 20, 1944
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – June 27, 1941
    - Article notes/outlines
    - Correspondence to Caffery from Foreign Service Department – September 22, 1944
    - Correspondence from “Ted” in The Foreign Service – September 20, 1944
    - Telegram from Donnelly – September 22, 1944
    - Page from article by Phillip Dur and Christopher Gilcrease
4-28 Research – Caffery Career, Brazil – Article Outline and Notes (n.d.)
    - Handwritten notes and outlines by Dur
4-29 Research – Caffery Career, France – Appointment (1944-1949)
    - Correspondence from U. Alexis Johnson – September 21, 1944
    - Correspondence from W.N. Walmsley, Jr. – September 22, 1944
    - Correspondence from Richard B. Wigglesworth – September 26, 1944
    - American Mission Telegram – September 9, 1944
    - Correspondence with F. Palmer – September 1944
    - Correspondence from Warren Austin – October 2, 1944
    - Correspondence from Joel L. Fletcher – October 3, 1944
    - Correspondence to David Corcoran – October 3, 1944
    - Correspondence from Franklin Roosevelt – October 5, 1944
    - Correspondence to Daniel DeBaillon – October 6, 1944
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – October 6, 1944
    - News Clippings
    - Radio Bulletin No. 247 – October 13, 1944
    - Telegram to the US Embassy, Paris – October 21, 1944
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – October 25, 1944
    - Correspondence from the Department of State – November 25, 1944
    - Correspondence from Edward R. Stettinius, Jr. – December 4, 1944
    - Correspondence to His Excellency General Charles de Gaulle from President Franklin D. Roosevelt – December 11, 1944
    - Correspondence from Harry Truman – April 28, 1949
4-30 Research – Caffery Career, France – Embassy and Ambassador (1933-1947)
    - “Agreements signed by Ambassador Caffery”
    - Correspondence from Robert Corrigan – September 17, 1945
    - Correspondence from Philip W. Bonsal – February 7, 1947
    - Correspondence from Ridgway B. Knight – January 14, 1945
    - “The American Government Building” – November, 1933
    - News clippings
    - Photocopies of correspondence from other collections
    - Telegram from Charles W. Lewis, Jr. “Visit of Ambassador Caffery to Morocco” – July 24, 1946
4-31 Research – Caffery Career, France – Paris People (1944-1970)
    - Correspondence from Nelson A. Rockefeller – December 16, 1944
    - Correspondence from Dwight Eisenhower – December 28, 1944
    - Correspondence from Georges Bidault – December 29, 1944
    - Correspondence from Cordell Hull – Ma 15, 1945
    - Correspondence from C. de Gaulle – June 20, 1945
    - Correspondence from Cordell Hull – November 27, 1945
    - Correspondence from Vincent Auriol – February 21, 1946
    - Correspondence from Cordell Hull – Jul 24, 1945
    - Correspondence from William Benton – March 7, 1947
    - Correspondence from Senator Allen Barkley – March 27, 1947
    - Correspondence from Edouard Herriot – July, 17 – 1947
    - Correspondence from John W. Snyder – October 14, 1947
    - Correspondence from Leon Blum – December 4, 1947
    - Correspondence from Emmanuel Tuhon – May 16, 1949
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Caffery from The Duchess of Windsor – December 7, 1956
    - Correspondence from General de Gaulle – January 23, 1959
    - Correspondence from General de Gaulle – April 30, 1964
    - Correspondence from General de Gaulle – December 11, 1969
    - Correspondence from the French Ambassador in Italy – November 25, 1970
    - Correspondence from Leon Blum
    - Correspondence from Joseph P. Kennedy
    - Correspondence from Leon Blum
    - Correspondence from G.C. Marshall – December 30, 1944
    - “Survey of the Paris Press”
    - Correspondence from Leon Blum
    - “Dinner at Residence on Wednesday November 17, at 8:15”
4-32 Research – Caffery Career, France – Nuclear Power (n.d.)
    - “French Embassy Press & Information Division: France’s Position on Nuclear Testing”
    - “French Embassy Press & Information Division: A Look at Nuclear Cooperation Between France and Iraq”
    - French Embassy Press & Information: Giscard Discusses French of Nuclear Power”
    - French Embassy Press & Information Division: Nuclear Fact Sheet”
    - French Embassy Press & Information Division: French Energy Balance Sheet 1978”
    - French Embassy Press & Information Division: French Energy Policy”
    - French Embassy Press & Information Division: French Energy Policy”
    - French Embassy Press & Information Division: France’s Position on Energy Conservation”
4-33 Research-Caffery Career, France: European Economic Community (1979)
    - French Embassy Press & Information Division: France’s position on The European Monetary Union”
    - French Embassy Press & Information Division: Excerpts of Remarks by Jean Francois-Poncet French Minister of Foreign Affairs in a Televised Interview, March 19, 1979”
    - “French Embassy Press & Division: Conclusion of The Presidency of the European council Strasbourg, 21 and 22 June 1979”
    - French Embassy Press & Information Division: France and The European Monetary System”
    - “French Embassy Press& Information Division: France’s Position on the Development of the Europeans Community (EC)”
4-34 Research: Caffery  Career, France -1944-1945
    - Correspondence to “Doc” &’ Sam” from Ambassador Caffery
    - Correspondence to Caffery from Robert (Bob) Murphy
    - Dinner at Residence on Thursday 1/29/46 @ 8:15
    - Newspaper Article: “Human Reviews Troops, Talks With Gen. Eisenhower”
4-35 Research: Caffery Career, France- French Zone 1945
    - Telegram from Department of State
    - Top Secret: Subject: Withdrawal of French Northwest Italy
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State
    - “Foreign Relations, 1945, Volume III”
    - “Note For Record” Paris, July 6
    Telegram from Department of State
    - Telegram from Department of State of the Amembassy of Paris
    - “Memo for Record” Feb.7th 1945
    - “Zone of Occupation in Germany frequented by French Government.”
4-36 Research: Caffery Career, France – Indochina 1945
    - Photocopies of “Foreign Relations, 1947, Volume VI -French Indochina” pg. 67-68 pg. 120-121 & pg. 127-128
    - “Executive, OPD” correspondence April 9th 1945
    - Supplies Dropped to French Registering Forces in Indo-China- Memorandum for Record.
    - Combine Routing- Information – Filing Form Operation Division- U.S Support of the Forces in Indo-China resisting the Japanese
    - Note for Record: U.S Support of the Forces in Indo-China Resisting the Japanese
    - “Incoming Classified Message” from United States Military Attaché, Moscow, Russia
    - Telegram from J.E Hull April 9th 1945
    - Memorandum for Colonel Maddux, Liason Section“Supplies dropped to French Resisting Forces in Indo-China” – April 16, 1945
    - Correspondence from L.J. Lincoln
    - Message from CG US Army Forces, China Theater, Chungking, China
    - Memo for Record – “United States Administrative Support of French Army. French Units for Occupational Role” – May 22, 1945
    - Correspondence from H. Freeman Matthews – March 26, 1945
    - Memorandum “U.S. Support of the Forces in Indo-China Resisting the Japanese” – March 26, 1945
    - Message to the War Department – April 2, 1945
    - Memorandum to the Department of State – “U.S. Support of the Forces in Indo-China Resisting the Japanese” – March 26, 1945
    - Memorandum o the Department of State – “U.S. Support of the Forces in Indo-China Resisting the Japanese” – April 6, 1945
    - Memo for Record – “Police of War Department for Assistance to Restoration by Force of French Control in Indo-China” – September 3, 1945
4-37 Research – Caffery Career, France – DeGaulle 1945-1947
    - Correspondence to Caffery – August 4, 1966
    - Correspondence from Harry L. Hopkins – July 4, 1945
    - Caffery Speech
    - “Chronologie des Relations Diplomatiques Etablies Entre le General de Gaulle et les Etats-Unis de 1941 a 1969” – November 1974
    - News Clippings
    - Photocopies of Foreign Relations
    - “France’s Role in the Settlement of Questions of World and European Interest
    - Telegram “Talk made b Ambassador Caffery over Columbia Broadcasting System on February 10, 1945” – February 14, 1945
    - Correspondence from M.R.T. Carter – July 3, 1945
    - Correspondence “French reaction to Ambassador Caffer’s article in “The American Magazine” – March 28, 1945
    - Photocopies of news clippings
    - Correspondence from John Foster Dulles – December 8, 1947
    - Correspondence to John Foster Dulles – April 26, 1950
    - Airgram to the Secretary of State – May 5, 1947
    - Airgram to the Secretary of State – June 4, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – “De Gaulle’s new Movement acts as brake on Communist Activities” – June 3, 1947
    - Airgram to the Secretary of State – April 28, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State “Conflicting opinions of some member of de Gaulle’s ‘Inner Cirle’” – November 17, 1947
    - Correspondence from Foster Palewski – April 29, 1949
    - Correspondence to Foster Palewski – May 4, 1949
    - Correspondence from the Secretary of State – July 23, 1948
    - Correspondence to M. Leon Blum
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State “Increase in General de Gaulle’s Popularity” – May 28, 1946
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – December 6, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – December 1, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – October 24, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – November 3, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – November 25, 1947
    - Correspondence to Mr. Cherp from Beatrice H. David – October 21, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – December 10, 1947
    - Photocopies of News Clippings
4-38 Research – Caffery Career, Paris Peace Conference 1946
    - News clippings
    - “Paris Conference Paris, France: Summary of Proceeding October 11, 1946”
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - Correspondence to Monsieur K.V. Kisselev – September 14, 1946
    - “US Minutes of the tenth morning of the political and territorial conclusion for Bulgaria: September 13, 1946 4pm”
    - "Political and Territorial Commission for Bulgaria” – September 12, 1946
4-39 Research – Caffery Career, France – Elections 1946
    - Message “French Confederation of Labor’s views Regarding the General Election of June 2, 1946” – Ma 28, 1946
    - Memorandum for the Acting Secretary of State, Mr. Acheson from the Secrear of War – May 3, 1946
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – March 22, 1946
4-40 Research – Caffery Career, France – French Communist Party 1947-1948
    - “Documents – France” by Endre Marton
    - Piece of correspondence from Doc Matthews
    - Correspondence from Secretary of State Marshall
    - Correspondence to Matthew Woll from Irving Brown
    - Correspondence from Robert A. Lovett
    - “Excerpt from ‘Humanite’, February 22, 1948”
    - “Mr. Brown vs. Generalissimo Stalin” by Donald Robinson
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – August 30, 1947
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - No. 10024 “Review of the first session of the French Parliament” – December 12, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – March 25, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – May 4, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – May 4, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – “Special National Council of French Socialist Party” – May 14, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State “The current internal struggle within the MBP”– January 27, 1947
    - Airgram – June 10, 1947
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – May 2, 1947
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – December 5, 1947
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – “Evolution of Recent Government Crisis” – November 25, 1947
    - Correspondence to Dr. Dur from David F. Schoenburn – November 1975
4-41 Research – Caffery Career, France – CGT 1945-1946
    - Address by George Meany Fraternal Delegate from the American Federation of Labor to the British Trade Union Congress, Blackpool, England. September, 1945
    - Multiple correspondence to “Abe” – November 1945
    - Multiple correspondence to Mr. Matthew Woll – December, 1945 and January, 1946
    - “Internal Relation of Forces in the CGT” – October 12, 1945
    - “Report of Free Trade Union Committee” – January 5, 1946
    - “The C.G.T. Convention” – April 1946
    - “Confederation Generale du Travail: Membres Communistes de Bureau Confederal elus le 13 Avril 1946”
     
Box 5    
5-01 Research: Caffery Career: France-CGT-FO 1947-1948
    - French Cabinets – Jubilation Program- April 23, 1947
    - Photocopies of book pages. “France-Foreign Relations, 1947, Volume III pg. 803-806
    - Subject: Labor Productivity in France- April 28, 1947
    - AFL Papers: Confidential Report on Greece, France, an England by Irving Brown July 7, 1947
    - Telegram to Secretary of State – December 20, 1947
    - Photocopies of book pages. “France-Foreign Relations, 1947, Volume III p. 819-822
    - Telegram to Secretary of State- November 13, 1947; Telegram to Secretary of State- November 12, 1947
    - AFL Papers- Committee International Labor Relations December 1947
    - AFL Papers- Correspondence – Relations with British Trades Union Congress
    - AFL Papers- Correspondence- November 24, 1947
    - AFL Papers- Meeting of international Labor Committee
    - Correspondence – to “Jay” – March 21, 1948
    - Correspondence- “Report by Irvin Brown on the Greek Labor Convention, The International Transport Workers Convention, and Force Ouvriere
    - Correspondence: To Miss Florence Throne from Jay Lovestone
    - AFL Papers- Correspondence & Minutes of the Meeting of the Standing Committee International Relations- January 5, 1948
    - AFL Papers- Correspondence to all International Residents of the A.F. of L.
    - AFL Papers- Minutes of Meeting of Committee on International Labor Relations- February 19, 1948
    - Correspondence – to “Jay” March 21, 1948
    - Report on Germany by Jay Lovestone
    - Excerpts from Irving Brown’s Letter
    - Meeting International Labor Committee, AFL Headquarters, September 9, 1948
    - Memorandum to President Green – rom George Delaney
    - Report by Jay Lovestone – July 29-30, 1948
    - London Labor Conference – March 9-10, 1948
    - Correspondence
5-02 Research: Caffery Career – France: GCT- FO 1949 (1943-1952)
    - AFL Papers- International Trade Union Conference
    - AFL Papers – from Irving Brown
    - AFL Papers- Committee on International Labor Relations….1949
    - Correspondence 2/3/49
    - AFL Papers: Minutes of the International Committee of the A. F. of L. Meeting held in Miami, Florida. January 31, 1949
    - Correspondence from Irving Brown. 7/30/49 – New International Preparatory Committee meeting.
    - Correspondence from Irving Brown to Miss Florence Thorne – April 10, 1948
    - Correspondence to Irving Brown from AFL – July 20, 1948
    - Correspondence to Miss Florence Throne from Irving Brown – August 17, 1948
    - Correspondence to President Green rom Irving Brown – August 3, 1948
    - Correspondence to Thorne from Irving Brown - Jan. 6, 1949
    - Correspondence to Brown from AFL – May 23, 1949
    - Correspondence to Brown from Thorne – November 14, 1949
    - Correspondence to Brown from Thorne – January 11, 1950
    - Correspondence to Thorne from Brown – January 29, 1950
    - Correspondence to Brown from Thorne – June 26, 1950
    - Correspondence to Irving Brown from AFL – December 22, 1948
    - Correspondence to Florence Thorne from Lillie Brown – September 4, 1948
    - Correspondence from Irving Brown to Florence Thorne – September 1, 1943
    - Correspondence to Irving Brown from Florence Thorne – June 26, 1950
    - Correspondence to Florence Thorne from Irving Brown – June 21, 1950
    - Telegram to Joseph Mire from Florence Thorne – June 26, 1950
    - Correspondence to Irving Brown from Florence Thorne – August 28, 1951
    - Correspondence to Florence Thorne from Lillie Brown – October 29, 1951
    - Correspondence to Florence Thorne from Irving Brown – October 31, 1951
    - Correspondence to Florence Thorne from Irving Brown – February 22, 1952
    - Correspondence to William Green from Irving Brown – August 1, 1952
    - Correspondence to Florence Thorne from Irving Brown – September 16, 1952
    - Correspondence to Florence Thorne from Irving Brown – November 30, 1947
    - Correspondence to Florence Thorne from Irving Brown – February 24, 1948
5-03 Research – Caffery Career, France – Western European Union 1948
    - Photocopies of book pages
5-04 Research – Caffery Career, France – The Ruhr 1948 (1948-1977)
    - Correspondence to Dur from Jais F. Jackson – October 13, 1977
    - News clippings
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – November 11, 1948
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – November 22, 1948
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – November 24, 1948
    - USDS Bulletin “U.S., France and the U.K. Discuss Controls for Inspecting German Industry in the Ruhr: Statement by Secretary Marshall” – December 5, 1948
    - Photocopies of news clippings
5-05 Research – Caffery Career, France – Marshall Plan 1947-1949
    - Correspondence from Duff Cooper – June 26, 1947
    - Correspondence from Will Clayton – October 27, 1947
    - Correspondence from Secretary of State Marshall – August 19, 1948
    - Correspondence from the Economic Cooperation Administration – October 7, 1948
    - Correspondence from Marshall S. Carter – November 30, 1948
    - Correspondence from Pat Carter – Apil 30, 1949
    - Correspondence to Marshall Carter – May 4, 1949
    - Correspondence to the Secretary of State – July 30, 1947
    - News clippings
    - Photocopies of book pages
5-06 Research – Caffery Career, France – Correspondence in Bulgaria 1944-1949 (1936-1967)
    - “Five Peace Treaties Published”
    - Information concerning the treaty with Bulgaria
    - “US Efforts in Viet Nam Likened to 1947 US Sand in Greece” – March 14, 1967
    - Radio Bulletin #244-3
    - Correspondence to H. Freeman Matthews – June 3, 1946
    - Correspondence from Secretary Byrnes – October 12, 1946
    - Correspondence from James f. Byrnes – October 31, 1936
    - Correspondence from James F. Byrnes – January 15, 1947
    - Notes
    - News clippings
5-07 Research – Caffery Career, France – Departure (1948-1978)
    - Correspondence from “John” – undated
    - News clippings
    - Correspondence from Jay Lovestone – November 8, 1948
    - Correspondence from Theodore Rousseau – December 1, 1948
    - Radio Bulletin News Digest No. 26 – February 1, 1949
    - Department of State “Berlin 270: Personal for Clay from Murphy Eyes Only”
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 9, 1949
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 10, 1949
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 11, 1949
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 12, 1949
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 12, 1949
    - Telegram “Personal for Riddleberger from Murphy” – March 14, 1949
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 14, 1949
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 15, 1949
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 17, 1949
    - Telegram “For Riddleberger from Murphy” – March 17, 1949
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 22, 1949
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 22, 1949
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 22, 1949
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 24, 1949
    - Correspondence form Hartwell Johnson – May 4, 1949
    - Correspondence to M. Henri Queuille – April 9, 1949
    - Newspaper clippings
    - Correspondence from “Daniel” – April 22, 1949
    - Correspondence to Gertrude from George Garrett – May 3, 1949
    - Correspondence to Hartwell Johnson – May 10, 1949
    - Correspondence from André LECQ – May 13, 1949
    - Correspondence from Rupert Allan – May 14, 1949
    - Correspondence from J.C.H. Bonbright – May 14, 1949
    - Correspondence from Maurice Leau-Beaupry – May 15, 1949
    - Correspondence from Paul Claudel – May 17, 1949
    - Correspondence from R. Triboulet – May 18, 1949
    - Correspondence from Florence Palmer – May 21, 1949
    - Correspondence from Geraldine Jules Moch – June 15, 1949
    - Correspondence from “John” Economic Cooperation Administration Special Mission to France – December 12, 1949
    - Correspondence from “Ben” to Dur – August 21, 1978
5-08 Research: Caffery Career – Egypt Embassy (1949-1976)
    - Egypt pamphlets
    - “Greetings from the Ambassador” – December 1951
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Caffery from Marvin Patterson – August 8, 1949
    - Correspondence from Henry Ford – August 11, 1954
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Caffery from “Daniel”- April 12, 1949
    - Correspondence to “Buff” – September 6, 1951
    - Correspondence from William C. Burdett – October 28, 1954
    - Correspondence from Dwight Eisenhower – November 28, 1952
    - Press Release re: resignation of Jefferson Caffery as Ambassador to Egypt – December 2, 1954
    - Correspondence from M. Fawzi – January 5, 1955
    - Telegram from “Agakhan”
    - Correspondence from Miles Copeland – April 29, 1970
    - Memorandum from Mr. Patterson – September 28, 1949
    - Copies of correspondence from another collection
    - Correspondence from Theodore C. Streibert – December 23, 1954
    - Office Memorandum from Mr. Depenbrock to Mr. Hart – October 17, 1952
    - Correspondence from Robert McClintock – January 11, 1953
    - Newspaper clippings
    - Correspondence to Robert Foster Corrigan – January 8, 1968
    - Correspondence to Dur from Arthur Day – September 3, 1976
    - Correspondence to Dur from “John”
5-09 Research: Caffery Career – Egypt, People(1953-1972)
    - Correspondence from the President of the Council of Ministers – October 11, 1953
    - Correspondence from “Agakhan” – October 22, 1953
    - Correspondence from “Agakhan” – December 14, 1953
    - Correspondence from the Prime Minister – October 1, 1955
    - Correspondence from “Dave” – December 28, 1967
    - Correspondence from Miles Copeland – April 6, 1970
    - Correspondence from Ambassador Mostafa Kamal Mortagui – October 8, 1970
    - Correspondence from Mohamed Hassanein Heikel – December 4, 1970
    - Correspondence from David Douglas Duncan – August 26, 1972
    - Miscellaneous Christmas Cards
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Caffery – November 21
    - Correspondence from Jamal Abdel Nasser to Mrs. Caffery
    - Newspaper clippings
    - Correspondence to Dur from H. Freeman Matthews – September 30, 1976
    - Reception list for November 15, 1951
    - “Cartoon from Al Ithnaya April 13”
    - Fawzi “Current Biography 1951”
    - Copies of pages from books
    - Newspaper clipping about Gamal Abdel Nasser
5-10 Research: Caffery, Egpyt – King (1951-1964)
    - Correspondence from Winnie Kbayatt – November 5, 1964
    - Newspaper clippings and correspondence re
    - Correspondence from Peter F. Szluk – June 29, 1955
    - Correspondence from the Grand Chamberlain – May 3 and November 1951
    - Correspondence from Prince Mohamed Aly to Mrs. Caffery – October 3, 1952
    - Correspondence from Mrs. F.S. HO to Mrs. Caffery – March 20, 1951
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Caffery from “Bob” – November 14, 1951
    - “A Letter from Mohamed Aly to Caffery”
    - Copies of book pages
    - Memorandum re: Mrs. Caffery presenting Her Royal Highness Princess Fawzia at Abdin Palace
    - Memorandum to the Embassy personnel – February 1, 1952
    - News paper clippings
5-11 Research: Caffery Career – Egypt, Visits (1952-1954)
    - Copy of Report: “Visit of the Honorable Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and the Honorable Harold E. Stassen, Director M.S.A. and Party May 11-13, 1953”
    - “United States of America Operations Mission to Egpyt”
    - “Schedule for Members of House Appropriations Subcommittee”
    - “Proposed Program for Visit to Egpyt of the Honorable Issac W. Carpenter, Jr. Assistant Secretary of State – August 25-29, 1954”
    - Article “Cabarets and Night Clubs”
    - “Program for Visit to Egpyt of Members of the House Committee on Interstand and Foreign Commerce – November 20-25, 1954”
    - “Schedule for Visit of Honorable Henry A. Byroade Assitant Secretary of State for Near Eastern, South Asian and African Affairs – May 8-10, 1952”
    - “General Information” about Egypt
5-12 Research: Caffery Career, Egpyt – Treaties (n.d.)
    - Handwritten notes
    - Copies of book pages
5-13 Research: Caffery Career, Egypt – Revolutions (1952-1953)
    - “Events of July 26, 1952”
    - Telegram from Secretary of State – July 30, 1952
    - Memorandum from W.H. Weathersby – October 9, 1952
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Caffery from Major General – February 16, 1953
    - Correspondence from Martin Wishnatsky – May 5, 1970
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – July 20, 1952
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – July 23, 1952
    - Correspondence from The Premier Chamberlain
5-14 Research: Caffery – Egypt Appointment and Travel (1946-1955)
    - Correspondence from M. Shafik Ghorbal – January 6, 1954
    - Telegram from the Secretary of State – January 31, 1952
    - Correspondence from Earl E. Elder – February 10, 1953
    - Correspondence from W.E. Woodyear – April 13, 1953
    - Correspondence from Charles S. Dewey – June 29, 1949
    - Correspondence re: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the US to Egypt – July 11, 1949
    - Correspondence from John Foster Dulles – August 24, 1954
    - Correspondence from Charles E. Saltzman – November 12, 1954
    - Correspondence from Dwight Eisenhower – December 2, 1954
    - Press Release – James C. Hagerty, Press Secretary to the President – December 2, 1954
    - Correspondence from William C. Burdett – December 21, 1954
    - Correspondence from E. M. Bailey – January 6, 1955
    - Telegram from the Secretary of State – January 6, 1955
    - Correspondence from Secretary of State John F. Dulles – January 7, 1955
    - Note to members of Staff from Ambassador Caffery – January 7, 1955
    - Correspondence from G. Lewis Jones – January 7, 1955
    - “Revolution Command Council” – January 8, 1955
    - Correspondence from Leon Kemaj – January 9, 1955
    - Correspondence to Mr. E. M. Bailey from F.W. Darnell – January 18, 1955
    - “Transportation Audit Statement” – March 8, 1955
    - Correspondence from Ahmed Fakhry – December 23, 1955
    - Newspaper and newsletter clippings
    - “Press Play” – January 8, 1955
    - “Stylan’s record of his travels with C – begins March 18, 1946”
5-15 Research: Caffery Career – Egypt, U.S. Aid (n.d.)
    - Newspaper and newsletter clippings
5-16 Research: American Federal Labor, Egypt 1949
    - Photocopies of correspondence from the AFL Papers
5-17 Research: Caffery Career, Egypt 1949-1950
    - “Daily Review of the Arabic Press” – September 29, 1949
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - Correspondence from George C. McGhee – May 26, 1950
    - Correspondence from G. H. M. – c1950
    - Photocopies of book pages
5-18 Research: Caffery Career, Egypt 1951-1952
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - Copies of correspondence from the Caffery Papers
5-19 Research: Caffery Career, Egypt – Middle East Command (MEC) (1949)
    - Newspaper clippings
    - “Memorandum for Foreign Service Officers Attached to the Embassy” – November 10, 1949
    - “Results of Cairo Conference”
    - “For Immediate Release” – Embassies of the U.S., Great Britain, France, and Turkey
    - Photocopies of book pages
5-20 Research: Caffery Career, Egypt – Middle East Defense Organization (1953)
    - Newspaper clipping
    - News Bulletin No. 65 – “Meeting Between Premier Naguib and The American Ambassador” – Sunday March 15, 1953
    - “Rejection” – Monday March 16, 1953
    - Photocopies of newspaper clippings
    - Pages from unidentified News Bulletins
    - “American Ambassador Replies to Questions on US Attitudes on Suez, Cairo” – March 18, 1953
    - “Press US Info Am. Embassy, Cairo” – 1953
    - Memorandum from C. Robert Payne – March 24, 1953
    - “Caffery to Visit Turkey: Understanding on the Organization of Mideastern Defense” – April 22, 1953
    - Correspondence from the Secretary of State – May 15, 1953
5-21 Research: Caffery Career – Egypt, 1953
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - Princeton University Library Record of Duplication Order
    - “Memorandum for the Secretary of the State Re: Message on Egypt” – June 16, 1953
    - Photocopies of correspondence from collection at Princeton University Library
    - Photocopies of newspaper clippings
    - Page of unidentified memorandum – March 23, 1953
    - “Dulles leaving for Cairo May 10”
    - Photocopies of book pages and news articles
    - “Arabic Newspaper Highlights – October 30, 1953”
    - “American Ambassador Interviewed by Akhbar El Yom” – October 31, 1953
    - “US Committed to Self Determination, Byroade Stresses”
    - Rose El Youssef Reports – November 2, 1953
    - “Secret Report by Supreme Council of British Community in Egypt” – November 2, 1953
    - “Al Mussawar, November 5, 1953. Page 14 Full-Text of Extract”
    - Copy of Time article – November 9, 1953
    - “Al Gomhour Al Misri. November 9, 1953. Page 7, Full Translation”
    - “Al Gomhour Al Misri. November 9, 1953. Page 6, Full Translation”
    - “US Ambassador Calls on Foreign Minister” – November 22, 1953
    - “Al Ahram. November 26, 1953. Front Page, Full Translation”
    - “Al-Gomhouria: America’s Anxiety at Egypt’s Proclaimed Policy of Neutrality” – December 30, 1953
    - Photocopies of newspaper articles
    - “Al-Gomhouria: Egypt Accuses British Forces of Causing Disturbances in the Canal Zone. The British Kill 3 and Wound 3 Egyptians”- December 7, 1953
    - Photocopies of newspaper clippings
5-22 Research: Caffery Career – Egypt, 1954
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - “Akhbar El-Yom: US Ambassador Says America Supports Egypt’s Sovereignty Over Its Territores” – February 6, 1954
    - “Mr. Caffery” Al Mussawar. January 15, 1954. Page 12, Full Translation
    - “Caffery Stays in Egypt: Gomhourieh Report Arouses Interest in America” Al Gomourieh. January 27, 1954. Front Page, Full Translation
    - “American Ambassador Interviewed by Akhbar El Yom” – February 6, 1954. Page 7, Full Translation
    - “American Department of State Denies Caffery’s Transfer and Appointment of Byroade” – Al Gomourieh. February 9, 1954. Front Page, Full Translation.
    - “The New York Daily News Reports”. Al Ahram. Front Page, February 9, 1954, Full Translation
    - “Caffery Not Leaving Cairo Before Settling Suez Problem Unless Eisenhower Thinks Caffery Failed in His Task”. Al Gomhourieh. February 12, 1954. Front Page, Full Translation.
    - Photocopies of paper and article clippings
    - “Caffery Denied He is Transferred from Egypt and Says Reports are Unofficial”. Rose El Youssef. February 15, 1954. Page 11, Full-Text.
    - “It is America’s Duty to Abstain in the Security Council”. Al-Kahira. February 19, 1954. Page 1, Full-Text.
    - “Interview Between Mohamed Abdel Gawad and The American Ambassador” – February 26, 1954
    - Photocopies of news articles
    - “Egyptians Did Not Make Any Offers to Britain”. Al Misri. March 19, 1954. Page 4, Full Translation.
    - Photocopies of news articles and book pages
    - Telegram from the Secretary of State – July 27, 1954
    - Correspondence from Douglas MacArthur II – July 27, 1954
    - Correspondence – July 30, 1954
    - Correspondence – August 30, 1954
    - Correspondence from Dwight Eisenhower – August 5, 1954
    - Correspondence from Henry R. Luce – August 6, 1954
    - Correspondence from the National Secretary – August 11, 1954
    - Correspondence from “Doc” – August 11, 1954
    - Correspondence from Richard H. Sanger – December 4, 1954
    - Correspondence – December 22, 1954
    - “Did US Push British Out of Suez” News Article
    - Newspaper articles
    - Photocopies of book pages
5-23 Research: Caffery Career, Egypt- Text Article on Suez Canal (n.d.)
    - "The American Ambassador Thinks the Existence of British Forces Does Not Affect Egyptian Dignity”
    - Photocopies of book pages
5-24 Research: Caffery Career, Egpyt – Phil’s Thesis et al (n.d.)
    - “Summary: US Diplomacy and the Egyptian Revolution of 1952”
    - “The 6th Fleet”
    - Handwritten notes
    - “Changes in Egyptian-Israeli Relations as a result of the Revolution of 1952”
    - “Institutionalized Naval Presence A Case Study of the US Sixth Fleet (1948-1967)” Philip Dur Dissertation Proposal
5-25 Research: Caffery Career, Egypt – Articles used in Article (n.d.)
    - Photocopies of articles, book pages, and news articles that Dur used in writing his article about Egypt
5-26 Research: Caffery Career, Egypt – Dulles trip to Middle East” (n.d.)
    - Photocopies of news articles concerning Secretary of State John Foster Dulles’ trip to Egypt and the Middle East
5-27 Research: Caffery Career, Egypt – Article Notes (n.d.)
    - Handwritten footnotes and edits to Dur’s article about Egypt
     
Box 6    
6-01 Research: Caffery Career, Rome (1955-1973)
    - “The Updated Church: A Conservative’s Lament”
    - Correspondence – January 5, 1955
    - Correspondence – August 4, 1955
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Caffery – September 30, 1955
    - “Report on Karachi Inaugurations” – March 26, 1956
    - Correspondence from William J. Crockett – October 5, 1955
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Caffery – March 28, 1956
    - Correspondence from the Archbishop of New York – June 20, 1956
    - Correspondence – July 2, 1956
    - Correspondence from Dwight Eisenhower – November 17, 1956
    - Correspondence from Carlo Grano, the Vatican
    - Correspondence from “Clare” – April 16, 1957
    - Correspondence from “Clare” – September 16, 1957
    - Correspondence from Adile Dury – May 25, 1958
    - Correspondence from the Archbishop of Boston – November 27, 1958
    - Correspondence from F. Cardinal Spellman – December 17, 1958
    - Correspondence form Christian A. Herter – May 6, 1959
    - Correspondence from Cardinal Ticheraut – June 26, 1961
    - Correspondence from Martin F. McCarthy S.J. – January 7, 1958
    - Correspondence from Jack A. Herfurt – July 25, 1962
    - Correspondence from Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop of New York – June 5, 1964
    - Telegram from Cardinale Cicognani – July 4, 1964
    - Correspondence from Archbishop of Los Angeles – March 22, 1965
    - Correspondence from John P. Cody, Archbishop of New Orleans – April 12, 1965
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Caffery from “Francesca” – January 25, 1965
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Caffery from Paul C. Marcinkus – June 26, 1969
    - Correspondence from Graham Martin – November 3, 1969
    - Correspondence from Joseph Kingsbury- Smith – December 2, 1969
    - Correspondence from Richard Cardinal Cushings – September 26, 1970
    - Correspondence from Rev. Robert A. O’Donnell – February 7, 1973
    - Postcard from “David” – April 28
    - Correspondence from Audrey J. Blackman – 1973
    - Correspondence from Eugene Cardinal – February 22, 1973
    - Correspondence from Luis Cardinal – February 22, 1973
    - Correspondence from Father O’Donnell – February 23, 1973
    - Various calling/Christmas cards
    - Guest list to farewell cocktail party – February 11, 1973
    - Guest list to “Dinner Villa La Pariola, August 22, 1969”
    - Note “from Prince Bernard of the Netherlands”
    - List of names
    - “Stephen’s Notes” – list of locations and dates
    - News clippings and articles regarding Caffery’s time in Rome
6-02 Research: Caffery Career, Rome 1957
    - “84th Congress, 2nd Session. S. Res. 285”
    - Telegram
    - Correspondence to John Foster Dulles – November 12, 1956
    - “No. A – 275, November 14, 1956. Subject: Codel – Caffery”
    - Correspondence to Arthur M. Kuhl – November 16, 1956
    - Correspondence to Richard B. Eddy – December 15, 1956
    - “For the Special Senate Committee to Study the Foreign Aid Program” – December 27, 1956
    - Correspondence to Richard W. Eddy – January 2, 1957
    - Correspondence from Richard W. Eddy – January 3, 1957
    - “Record of Telegrams Returned from Ambassador Caffery” – January 9, 1957
    - Correspondence from Carl Marcy – January 23, 1957
    - “85th Congress 1st Session. Western Europe II Report on US Foreign Assistance Programs” – March 1957
    - Receipts and account information
    - Caffery travel to London
    - Memorandum “Special Committee to Study the Foreign Aid Program”
6-03 Research: Caffery Collection (1981)
    - Correspondence from Rev. James F. Geraghty to Donald Saporito – October 5, 1981
    - “List of Jefferson Caffery Artifacts”
    - Collection 45: Jefferson Caffery Papers Finding Aid
6-04 Research: Caffery Parkway (1977-1978)
    - News clippings regarding the Jefferson Caffery Parkway
    - Correspondence from Charles F. Hamsa to Phil Clerc – October 4, 1977
    - Correspondence from Dur to E. Raymond Desormeaux – September 8, 1977
    - Correspondence from Dur to Robert Oden – October 5, 1977
    - Correspondence from Dur to Kenneth LaFleur – October 26, 1977
    - Correspondence to Dur from Raymod Desormeaux – November 18, 1977
    - Correspondence to Dur from Kenneth LaFleur – November 25, 1977
    - Correspondence to Dur from Glenn C. Duhon – June 15, 1978
    - Correspondence from Dur to Glenn Duhon – June 21, 1978
    - “Ambassador Jefferson Caffery: An Outline of His Career” by Philip F. Dur
6-05 Research: Caffery Career – Career Ambassadors (1926-1942)
    - “No. of years service in “the ranks”
    - “List of chief of mission promoted from the ranks of the Foreign Service” graph
    - “Biographies”
    - Handwritten list with names and statistics
    - “Register of the Department of State. Jan 1, 1926”
    - “Officers promoted from ranks of Foreign Service”
6-06 Research: Caffery Career – State Department Information (1944-1961)
    - Photocopies of book pages
    - “The Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs and its Antecedents”
    - “Officers of the Department of State Holding Presidential Commissions, with Functional Designations, December 1944- July 1961”
    - “USDS Register 1948”
6-07 Research: Caffery Career – Foreign Service Lists (1915-1945)
    - “Register of the Department of State” – October 21, 1915
    - “Embassy Personnel by Categories 1937-1955”
    - “Foreign Service List: January 1, 1945”
    - “Posts of Assignment – January 7, 1947”
    - “Foreign Service of the United States” – 1937
    - Handwritten charts
6-08 Caffery Biography: NEH Grant 1971 (1971-1974)
    - Correspondence from “Russell” to Pat Caffery – September 23 and 28, 1971
    - Correspondence from Patrick Caffery to Philip Dur – February 18, 1972
    - Correspondence from Allen J. Ellender to Dur – February 18, 1972
    - Correspondence to Russell B. Long from Dur – February 25, 1972
    - Correspondence from Patrick Caffery to Dur – February 256, 1972
    - Correspondence to AFSA News Editor from Dur – April 24, 1972
    - Correspondence to M. L. Moore, Jr. from Dur – August 4, 1972
    - Correspondence to William R. Emerson from Dur – June 21, 1972
    - Correspondence to Dr. Ray Authement from Dur – June 27, 1973
    - Correspondence from Ronald Berman to Dur – June 14, 1973
    - Correspondence from David J. Wallace to Dur – March 24, 1975
    - Correspondence from David J. Wallace to Dur – April 2, 1974
    - Correspondence from Dur to David J. Wallace – January 14, 1974
    - Correspondence from Russell Long to Dur – December 17, 1971
    - Correspondence from David J. Wallace to Dur – May 3, 1974
    - Correspondence from Russell Long to Dur – April 19, 1974
    - Correspondence to William R. Emerson from Dur – February 27, 1973
6-09 Research: Caffery Senate (1952-1971)
    - “Senate Resolution No. 18 By: Mr. Girard. Originated in the Senate”
    - Correspondence to C.E. Barham – July 28, 1952
    - Correspondence from Ashton Greene – July 14, 1952
    - “Roundup Time” newsletter
    - “Caffery’s Decorations Presented to USL”
    - Newspaper Clippings
    - “Highlights of Ambassador Caffery’s career, pertinent to the dedication to him of the Third Annual French Symposium at USL” by Dur
    - “Draft Remarks for President Rougeou at Commencement”
    - “Draft: Resolution- University of Southwestern Louisiana Alumni Board of Governors. July 27, 1971”
    - News clippings
    - “Note to General Naguib, November 24, Re Supply of Military Equipment” – November 28, 1952
    - Correspondence to major General Mohamed Naguib – November 24, 1952
    - Telegram from the Secretary of State – March 22, 1954
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – March 22, 1954
    - Telegram to the Secretary of State – April 4, 1955
    - “Service Glimpses” newsletter
6-10 Caffery: Correspondence: Incoming Undated
    - Calling cards
    - Correspondence from “Juliette”
    - Correspondence from Michele Homerger
    - Correspondence from “Mary Rose”
    - Correspondence from “Mae M.D.”
6-11 Caffery: Correspondence Incoming 1940s
    - Correspondence from the Rotary Club of Lyons – March 11, 1949
    - Correspondence from the Secretary of the Rotary-Club du Beaujolais – April 29, 1949
6-12 Correspondence: Incoming 1950s
    - Cyrille Arnavon calling card
    - Correspondence to Dur from R. Truchot – July 5, 1950
    - Correspondence from “Soula” – June 2, 1951
    - Correspondence from A. Pinton – March 23, 1951
    - Jehan Paufique calling card
    - Correspondence from Consulat de Belgique March 28, 1951
    - Correspondence from El Consul de Espana in Lyon – March 29, 1951
    - Correspondence from M. Jacquet – March 29, 1951
    - Correspondence from G. Volland – April 1951
    - Correspondence from P. Gardette – April2, 1951
    - Correspondence from H. Chair – April 2, 1951
    - Correspondence from Pierre Legormis – April 3, 1951
    - Correspondence from A. Labourbe – April 10, 1951
    - Correspondence to Dur from “Maury” – May 15, 1951
    - Correspondence to Dur from J.J. Baumgartner – May 16, 1951
    - Correspondence from Paul Wing – May 29, 1951
    - Correspondence to Dur from the Office of the US High Commissioner for Germany – August 8, 1951
    - Correspondence from K Grimm – July 21, 1953
    - Correspondence from “Pete” – February 17, 1954
    - Correspondence to Dur from André Labourbe – April 8, 1954
6-13 Correspondence: Incoming 1960s
    - Memorandum to East Asia Group from Joe McNulty, Subject: Seminar Alumni – April 6, 1961
    - Correspondence from John L. Brown – December 14, 1962
    - Christmas card – 1962
    - Correspondence from members of the Gifu South Lions Club – May 31, 1963
    - Correspondence to Dur from R. W. McGrail – June 27, 1963
    - Correspondence to Dur from W.G. West – October 30, 1963
    - List of people connected with J/A Golf – June 3, 1964
    - Correspondence to Dur from R.S. Lowen – June 17, 1964
6-14 Correspondence Incoming 1970s
    - Paul Auloge-Duvivier Calling Card
    - Correspondence from Frank Rowdybush – March 1, 1970.
    - Correspondence from Thomas S. Estes – March 19, 1970
6-15 Research: Caffery Genealogy (1961-1967)
    - “Acadiana in 1900” news article
    - “Jefferson Caffery of Louisiana” by Philip F. Dur
    - Correspondence from William O. Hallmark – March 30, 1998
    - “Jefferson Caffery Branch”
    - “Murphy” photocopies
    - “Caffery Line” photocopies
    - Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution for Elizabeth “Bessie” Caffery
    - “Notes from old Family books”
    - Correspondence from “Bessie” – April 24, 1961
    - Correspondence from “Pokey” – November 22, 1967
    - “Jefferson Caffery Branch”
    - Correspondence from Anna Wheadon
    - “The Descendants of John Parkerson”
6-16 Research: Caffery Birthday 1974 (1974-1976)
    - Correspondence from Dur to William E. McGrath – November 11, 1974
    - Correspondence from Dur to the editor of the Foreign Service Journal – December 11, 1974
    - Correspondence to Dur from “Jewll” – December 2, 1975
    - Correspondence from Dur to Robert Frost Corrigan – November 4, 1975
    - Correspondence from “Bob” – November 17, 1975
    - Newspaper clippings
    - “Biographic Information: Ambassador Robert Foster Corrigan”
    - Correspondence from Dur to USL Faculty and Staff members – November 25, 1975
    - “Ambassador Caffery’s Decorations: Trophies of an Outstanding Career” by Philip F. Dur
    - Correspondence from Dur to Bishop Maurice Schexnayder – December 4, 1975
    - Correspondence from “Bob” – December 4, 1975
    - Correspondence from Dur to William D. Blair – January 6, 1976
    - Correspondence from “Bob” – January 14, 1976
    - Correspondence from William D. Blair, Jr. – January 15, 1976
6-17 Research: Caffery Birthday 1977
    - Newspaper clippings
    - Correspondence from Dur to USL Faculty and Staff members – November 8, 1977
    - Correspondence to Dur from S. Morey Bell – October 21, 1977
    - “Biographic Data: Minister S. Morey Bell” – August 1977
    - Correspondence to Dur from Mark Caserta – October 26, 1977
    - Handwritten notes
    - Correspondence from Dur to USL Faculty and Staff Members – November 8, 1977
    - Correspondence from Dur to Minister S. Morey Bell – November 8, 1977
    - Correspondence from Dur to Ann Savoie – October 12, 1977
    - Correspondence from Dur to Mark E. Caserta – September 29, 1977
    - Correspondence from Ann Savoi to Raymond Moore – Octover 13, 1977
6-18 Research: Caffery Retirement (1937-1955)
    - Correspondence from James A. Farley – March 30, 1955
    - Correspondence from Walter Lippman – February 20, 1955
    - Correspondence from I.W. Carpenter, Jr. – December 16, 1954
    - Correspondence from John Foster Dulles – January 7, 1955
    - Correspondence from Murray Snyder – March 2, 1955
    - Correspondence from Richard H. Sanger “Final De-Briefing” – February 28, 1955
    - Correspondence from “Phil” – December 14, 1954
    - Correspondence from James G. McDonald – August 10, 1954
    - Correspondence from “Graziella” – August 16, 1937
    - Correspondence from James F. Byrnes – March 22, 1955
    - Correspondence from Eugene H. Clapp – November 26, 1954
    - Correspondence from James C. Hagerty – March 5, 1955
    - “Dwight D. Eisenhower: Questions and answers at the President’s news conference” – March 2, 1955
    - Newspaper clippings and news articles
6-19 Research: Caffery Parkway (1977)
    - Correspondence to Kenneth LaFleur – October 26, 1977
    - “Ambassador Caffery’s Decorations: Trophies of an Outstanding Career” – Philip Dur
    - Memorandum on Jefferson Caffery
    - Correspondence to Louis Michot – July 5, 1978
    - Correspondence from Kenny Bowen – June 26, 1978
    - Correspondence from Kenneth LaFleur – November 23, 1977
    - Correspondence to the Editor of the Lafayette Advertiser – November 10, 1977
    - Correspondence to E. Raymond Desormeaux – September 8, 1977
    - Correspondence to Mayor Kenny Bowen – August 23, 1977
    - Correspondence to Robert J. Oden – October 5, 1977
    - Correspondence to the Editor of the Lafayette Advertiser – November 10, 1977
    - Correspondence to Richard d’Aquin – July 6, 1978
    - Correspondence to Mayor Kenny Bowen – November 10, 1977
    - News Release – September 18, 1978
    - Correspondence to William Randolph – June 27, 1978
    - Correspondence from Russell Caffery – July 6, 1978
    - Correspondence to Richard d’Aquin – July 6, 1978
    - News Release – September 18, 1978
    - The Dacor Bulletin – November 1978
    - Set of correspondence sent to Dur from Jack Testerman – October 17, 1977
    - Newspaper clippings
6-20 Research: Caffery – USL and Lafayette (1968-1973)
    - “Congres International des Ameriques Francophones” – April 3-5, 1972
    - Photographs
    - Correspondence from John W.F. Dulles – August 7, 1964
    - Correspondence from John W.F. Dulles – January 19, 1968
    - Correspondence to “Colleagues” from Clyde L. Rougeou – July 11, 1968
    - Correspondence from Henry C. Dethloff – October 1, 1968
    - Correspondence from Henry C. Dethloff – February 14, 1969
    - Correspondence from Glenn R. Conrad – January 13, 1970
    - Correspondence from John Jova – October 28, 1970
    - Correspondence from Clyde L. Rougeou – March 4, 1971
    - Correspondence from Clyde L. Rougeou – August 26, 1968
    - Correspondence from Jack A. Herfurt – February 23, 1972
    - Correspondence from Allen J. Ellender – May 24, 1972
    - Correspondence – March 22, 1974
    - Newspaper
    - The Dacor Bulletin – January 1972
    - Handwritten notes
    - “Drafts: Resolution, University of Southwestern Louisiana Alumni Board of Governors” – July 27, 1971
    - “Draft Remarks for President Rougeou’s Citation of Ambassador Caffery at Commencement”
    - “The Honorable Jefferson Caffery Ambassador of the USA”
    - “Louisiana History”
    - The University of Southwestern LA 68th Commencement Exercises” – May 23, 1971
    - News clippings
    - Annual membership to USL Foundation, Inc – December 1, 1972
    - “Talk at Lafayette Civitan Club – Ambassador Caffery and the Foreign Service of the United States” by Philip Dur – June 14, 1971
    - Correspondence from Patrick T. Caffery to William R. Emerson – September 22, 1971
    - Correspondence from Dur to Mario Mamalakis – June 16, 1971
    - Membership checks for the University of Southwestern Louisiana Foundation, Inc. – 1972 and 1973
6-21 Caffery Death and Will (1974)
    - Correspondence from W.C. Hollier to Dur – May 28, 1974
    - Correspondence from W.C. Hollier to Dur – March 3, 1975
    - “Articles of jewelry formerly belonging to Ambassador Jefferson Caffery” – March 7, 1975
    - Handwritten notes
6-22 Research: Obituary and Funeral (1973-1977)
    - Reception invitation – 1977
    - Correspondence to Dur from Robert M. Clintock – August 13, 1973
    - Correspondence to Dur from Robert F. Corrigan – July 30, 1973
    - Correspondence from Douglas MacArthur – August 5
    - Correspondence from “Bill” – August 3, 1973
    - DACOR contributions
    - Newspaper clippings
    - “The Courier: Alumnae Quarterly, August 1974”
6-23 Research: Caffery – Frank Freyre Contact (n.d.)
    - Email and contact information from/for Frank Freyre
6-24 Research: Middle East (n.d.)
    - Photocopies of news letters
    - News clippings
6-25 Research: Archives Used (1973-2000)
    - Correspondence from David G. Carpenter – August 15, 2000
    - “Freedom of Information” – November, 1978
    - “Welcome to your Library” – Department of State
    - Correspondence from Garry D. Ryan – December 21, 1973
    - “Rules for the Use of Rare Materials” – Manuscript Division, Library of Congress
    - “Documents from America’s Best’ – The National Archives
    - Photocopies of finding aids
    - The National Archives, Washington D.C. pamphlet
    - Correspondence from John E. Taylor – February 13, 1974
    - List of names
    - Newspaper clippings
    - Registry and Public Record Office in London England – notes
    - Correspondence from William E. Lind – September 27, 1974
    - Correspondence from F.D.R. – June 17, 1942
    - Material orders from the National Archives and Records Service – 1975
    - Correspondence from Milton O. Gustafson – February 24, 1975
    - Correspondence from John E. Taylor – September 24, 1975
    - Correspondence from John E. Taylor – December 4, 1975
    - “Series 8. Files of the Director of Research” - Inventory
    - Correspondence from Dr. Josephine L. Harper – February 14, 1975
    - Correspondence to Milton O. Gustafson – May 13, 1976
    - Correspondence from James J. Hastings – June 16, 1976
    - Correspondence to Milton O. Gustafson – June 24, 1976
    - “Department of State Tour and Seminar for Diplomatic Historians, August 14, 1975: Preliminary to SHAFR Meeting of August 15-16”
    - “List of Historical Office Research Projects Available at the National Archives in Record Group 59”
    - Correspondence from S.J.Pomrenze – March 28, 1975
    - Correspondence to Dr. Josephine L. Harper – March 12, 1975
    - Correspondence from Ronald E. Swerczek – October 11, 1977
    - Correspondence from Barbara Ennis – August 17, 1977
    - Correspondence from Barbara Ennis – September 13, 1977
    - Correspondence from Barbara Ennis – September 29, 1977
    - Correspondence from Barbara Ennis – October 11, 1977
    - Correspondence from Barbara Ennis – December 12, 1977
    - Correspondence from Ronald E. Swerczek – September 21, 1977
    - Correspondence from Ronald E. Swerczek – December 29, 1977
    - Correspondence from T. Lane Moore – October 25, 1977
    - Correspondence from John E. Taylor – July 12, 1978
    - Correspondence to the Office of the Historian – November 2, 1979
    - Correspondence from Neal H. Petersen – November 26, 1979
    - Correspondence to Ronald Swerczek – January 10, 1983
    - Correspondence to Nancy Bressler – May 25, 1983
    - Correspondence from Royster Lyle, Jr. – September 22, 1980
    - Correspondence to Royster Lyle, Jr. – September 27, 1984
    - Correspondence from Royster Lyle, Jr. – October 10, 1984
    - Correspondence to Royster Lyle, Jr. – November 8, 1984
    - “Request for Materials” – October 1984
    - Correspondence from William C. Rudulph – September 30, 1984
    - Correspondence from Ronald E. Swerczek – January 6, 1978
    - Correspondence from John E. Taylor – May 2, 1985
    - Correspondence and two newspaper clippings from “Mac”
    - Correspondence from Ronald E. Swerzcek – November 15, 1985
    - Correspondence from J. Dane Hartgrove – January 14, 1986
    - Correspondence to J. Dane Hartgrover – January 19, 1986
    - Correspondence to Cashier, National Archives in Washington, D.C. – January 19, 1986
    - Shipping information for material from National Archive
    - Correspondence from Roger N. Benson – January 6, 1989
    - “Citing Historical Materials”
    - Correspondence to William R. Emerson – August 11, 1977
    - Correspondence from Anthony R. Crawford – December 15, 1975
    - “Rules and Regulations”
    - Correspondence from Edwin A. Thompson – May 19, 1983
    - Correspondence from William H. Weathersby – May 11, 1983
    - Correspondence to Ronald Swerczek – November 7, 1977
    - Correspondence to John E. Taylor – June 27, 1978
    - Correspondence to Frederick W. Pernell – January 17, 1978
    - Correspondence to Ronald Swerczek – December 12, 1977
    - Correspondence from Barbara Ennis – November 15, 1977
    - Correspondence to Barbara Ennis – October 31, 1977
    - Correspondence to Freedom of Information Staff – August 11, 1977
    - Correspondence to Ronald E. Swerczek – September 27, 1977
    - Correspondence from William R. Emerson – September 6, 1974
    - Correspondence from Maria Cecilia Ribas Carneiro – September 2, 1974
    - Correspondence to Albert U. Blair – August 21, 1974
    - Correspondence to J.C. James – August 28, 1974
    - Correspondence to James J. Hastings – May 5, 1976
    - Correspondence from Milton O. Gustafson – April 30, 1976
    - Correspondence from James J. Hastings – April 22, 1976
    - Correspondence to Milton O. Gustafson – March 18, 1976
    - Correspondence from Ronald E. Swerczek – February 10, 1976
    - Correspondence to Milton O. Gustafson – January 8, 1975
    - Correspondence to John E. Taylor – January 8, 1976
    - Correspondence to Milton O. Gustafson – September 30, 1975
    - Correspondence to Anthony Crawford – September 30, 1975
    - Correspondence from Anthony R. Crawford – June 26, 1975
    - Correspondence from William R. Emerson – September 23, 1974
    - Correspondence from John E. Taylor – May 15, 1975
    - “Freedom of Information Request”
    - Handwritten notes
    - “Catalogs, Indexes, Finding Aids” – The Library of Congress
    - “Furnished Rooms – Hotels in Downtown D.C.” – July 1972
    - “Furnished and Unfurnished Apartments Available on Short or Long Term Lease (D.C.)” – July 1972
    - “Furnished and Unfurnished Apartments Short or Long-Term Lease” – November 1971
    - “Apartments – Furnished and Unfurnished. Vicinity of State Department” – August 1, 1972
6-26 Research: Notes (n.d.)
    - Handwritten research notes by Dur
6-27 Research: Interview Notebooks (Interviews performed by Philip F. Dur) (1973-1975)
    1973
    - Metzger, Ham
    - Walmsley, Newbold
    - Bonsal, Philip
    - Matthews, Doc
    - Xanthaby, Ted
     
    1974
    - Mattison, Gordon
    - Corrigan, Robb
    - Thorning, Joseph
    - Simpson, Robert
    - Griggs, Margaret
    - Weathersby
    - Farley, Jas A.
     
    1974/75
    - Adams, Ware
    - Harrison, Randolph
    - Briggs, Ellis
    - Roosevelt, Kermit
    - Matthews, H. Freeman
    - Tyler, Wm R
    - Ireland, Philip W.
    - Oliver, Covey Thomas
    - Palenski, Gaston
    - Georges-Picot, Jacques
    - Knight, Ridway
     
    1975
    - MacArhtur, Doug
    - Come de Murville, Maurice
    - Alphand, Henre
    - Bridault, Georges
    - Stabler, Wells
    - Stefan and Maurice
6-28 Correspondence: Caffery Booklet (1982-1988)
    - “Certificate of Copyright Registration” – April 5, 1982
    - “The Journal” – September 1985
    - “Write at Home” – news article
    - Dacor Bulletin – June 1982
    - “Jefferson Caffery, Cold War Diplomat, American-French Relations 1944-1949” – handwritten copy
    - Correspondence from “Mario”
    - Correspondence to The Review of Politics
    - Correspondence to Donald L. Saporito – March 31, 1981
    - Correspondence to Foreign Affairs – April 26, 1982
    - Correspondence to Dr. Ray Authement – April 2, 1982
    - Correspondence from Ray Authement – April 5, 1982
    - Correspondence to H. Kenneth Hill – April 8, 1982
    - Correspondence to the Editor at the Morning Advocate – April 8, 1982
    - Correspondence to Professor Henry C. Dethloff – April 23, 1982
    - Correspondence to the Catholic Historical Review – April 24, 1982
    - Correspondence to the American Historical Review – April 24, 1982
    - Correspondence to Father Hesburgh – April 26, 1982
    - Correspondence to the American Political Science Review – April 26, 1982
    - Correspondence to the Journal of Southern History – April 26, 1982
    - Correspondence from “Ben” – May 4, 1982
    - Correspondence from Frances Love – May 4, 1982
    - Correspondence from Patrick T. Caffery – May 3, 1982
    - Correspondence from Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh – May 6, 1982
    - Correspondence from W.C. Hollier – May 11, 1982
    - Correspondence to the Southern Studies Institute – May 13, 1982
    - Correspondence to Charles M. Bonjean – May 13, 1982
    - Correspondence to the Editor at Social Science Journal – May 13, 1982
    - Correspondence to Allan Kornberg at the Journal of Politics – May 13, 1982
    - Correspondence from Allan Kornberg – May 18, 1982
    - Correspondence from W. H. Weathersby – May 27, 1982
    - Correspondence from “Bob C.” – May 29, 1982
    - Correspondence from Charles M. Bonjean – June 1, 1982
    - Correspondence from Mr. and Mrs. William C. Rudolph – June 1, 1982
    - Correspondence from R. Henry Norwell – June 2, 1982
    - Correspondence from John Bovey – June 2, 1982
    - Correspondence from “Stefan” – June 19, 1982
    - Correspondence from “John” at the Catholic University of America – July 8, 1982
    - Correspondence to Dr. Steven P. Sapp – July 20, 1982
    - Correspondence to Vice President George Bush – July 20, 1982
    - Correspondence – July 20
    - Correspondence from Franklin Roudybush – July 28, 1982
    - Correspondence from Cynthia J. Rice – August 24, 1982
    - Correspondence from Vice President George Bush – August 10, 1982
    - Correspondence from Carol Gates – August 19, 1982
    - Correspondence to Carol Gates – August 31, 1982
    - Correspondence to Dr. Jack Testerman – October 6, 1982
    - Correspondence to Dr. Jack Testerman – October 6, 1982
    - Correspondence from Steven Sapp – October 19, 1982
    - Correspondence to “Mr. Lamson” – November 2, 1982
    - Correspondence to “Jim and Kaye” – November 2, 1982
    - Correspondence to Dean Mary E. Dichmann – January 21, 1983
    - Correspondence from Henry Norweb – January 28, 1983
    - Correspondence from John B. Boles – July 29, 1983
    - Correspondence to John B. Boles – August 5, 1983
    - Correspondence from John E. Taylor – August 26, 1983
    - Correspondence from Ray Authement – October 8, 1985
    - Correspondence to Ray Authement – October 16, 1985
    - Correspondence from William Astill – October 23, 1985
    - Correspondence from William C. Rudolph – October 31, 1985
    - Correspondence from Bill Kesler – October 26, 1986
    - Correspondence from H. Eugene Bovis – December 30, 1986
    - Correspondence from Richard E. Usher – July 1, 1988
6-29 Correspondence: About Caffery (1967-1974)
    - Correspondence from Mary Fredrick Hulman
    - “USL Professors Write Biography of Caffery” News article – August 22, 1969
    - Correspondence to Constance Smith – June 30, 1967
    - Correspondence to Dr. Clyde L. Rougeou – November 17, 1967
    - Correspondence from Maurice Schexnayder – November 20, 1969
    - Correspondence from Clyde L. Rougeou – November 22, 1967
    - Correspondence from P.A. Chieri – December 30, 1967
    - Correspondence to the Editor at the Foreign Service Journal – September 5, 1968
    - Correspondence to “Dr. Dethloff” – September 25, 1968
    - Correspondence to Jefferson Caffery – April 17, 1969
    - Correspondence to Dr. Thomas Nevitt from Henry C. Dethloff – August 6, 1969
    - Correspondence from Henry C. Dethloff – September 21, 1969
    - Correspondence to Henry Dethloff – November 5, 1969
    - Correspondence from H.T. Mooers – November 12, 1969
    - Correspondence from Rev. Msgr. Richard con Phul Mouton – November 12, 1969
    - Correspondence from Mrs. C. Thad Montgomery – November 13, 1969
    - Correspondence from Patrick T. Caffery – November 14, 1969
    - Correspondence from “Ben” – November 14, 1969
    - Correspondence from “Isabella” – November 16, 1969
    - Correspondence to the Editor at the Foreign Service Journal – November 24, 1969
    - Correspondence to the Chief, Historical Division of the Department of State – November 24, 1969
    - Correspondence to Constance C. Smith – November 24, 1969
    - Correspondence from Joel L. Fletcher – November 24, 1969
    - Correspondence from Henry C. Dethloff – November 25, 1969
    - Correspondence from Jean Le Cannellier – November 26, 1969
    - Correspondence from William Riley – November 29, 1969
    - Correspondence from William R. Tyler – December 3, 1969
    - Correspondence from “Joe” – December 5, 1969
    - Correspondence from Shirley R. Newhall – December 8, 1969
    - Correspondence from Dan T. Caffery – December 9, 1969
    - Correspondence from Edwin S. Costrell – December 11, 1969
    - Correspondence from Lionel M. Summers – December 11, 1969
    - Thank You card – December 12, 1969
    - Correspondence from H. A. Metzger – December 12, 1969
    - Correspondence from Russell Caffery – December 14, 1969
    - Correspondence from Jean Soula – July 6, 1970
    - Correspondence from Mary Caffery Wilborn – January 28, 1970
    - Calling card, Mr. and Mme. Marcel Ladous – January 18, 1970
    - Correspondence from Douglas MacArthur II – February 9, 1970
    - Correspondence from R.G. Cleveland – February 20, 1970
    - Dacor Bulletin – February 1970
    - Correspondence from George Picard – February 25, 1970
    - Correspondence from Constance C. Smith – February 26, 1970
    - Correspondence to James C. Wilbourn – March 4, 1970
    - Correspondence from Ridgway B. Knight – March 4, 1970
    - Correspondence to Constance C. Smith – March 5, 1970
    - Correspondence from Mary Caffery Wilbourn – March 19, 1970
    - Correspondence from Howard B. Gordon – April 15, 1970
    - Correspondence from Daniel F. McCarthy – May 4, 1970
    - Correspondence from Gertrude Caffery to “Elena” – July 14, 1970
    - Correspondence to Clyde L. Rougeau from Ben H. Thibodeaux – November 24, 1970
    - Correspondence from Patrick T. Caffery – March 5, 1971
    - Correspondence to Stanley E. Hilton – April 19, 1971
    - Correspondence to Jules R. Benjamin – April 27, 1971
    - Correspondence from William C. Rudulph – June 15, 1971
    - Correspondence to the Editor at the Sunday Advocate Magazine – June 15, 1971
    - Correspondence to Henry Dethloff – July 7, 1971
    - Correspondence from Henry Dethloff – July 12, 1971
    - Correspondence to The Honorable Patrick Caffery – July 16, 1971
    - Correspondence from William C. Rudulph to Dr. Forrest Pogue – September 20, 1971
    - Correspondence to the Editor at the Foreign Service Journal – November 18, 1971
    - Correspondence to William C. Affeld, Jr. – December 6, 1971
    - Correspondence from the Diplomatic and Consular Officers, Retired – December 20, 1971
    - Correspondence to the Editor at the Foreign Service Journal – February 7, 1972
    - Correspondence from Thomas R. DeBrine – March 2, 1972
    - Correspondence from Constance C. Smith – May 14, 1974
6-30 Correspondence About Caffery (1973-1997)
    - Correspondence from Richard Fyfe Boyce – May 17, 1972
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – May 23, 1972
    - Correspondence to Richard Fyfe Boyce – May 26, 1972
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – July 5, 1972
    - Correspondence from William Rudulph to Sid C. Ory – July 14, 1972
    - Correspondence to William H. Franklin – July 17, 1972
    - Correspondence to William Bootner Reilly – July 17, 1972
    - Correspondence from Patrick T. Caffery – August 11, 1972
    - Correspondence from Patrick T. Caffery – August 14, 1972
    - Correspondence from Russell Long – August 21, 1972
    - Correspondence from H.A. Metzger – January 25, 1973
    - Correspondence from Sidney K. Lofoon – February 2, 1973
    - Correspondence from Rev. Dr. Joseph F. Thorning – July 26, 1973
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – July 30, 1973
    - Correspondence from Ellis Briggs – August 9, 1973
    - Correspondence to Rev. Dr. Joseph F. Thorning – August 13, 1973
    - Correspondence to Ambassador Ellis O. Briggs – August 22, 1973
    - Correspondence to Douglas MacArthur II – August 22, 1973
    - Correspondence from Ellis O. Briggs – August 25, 1973
    - Correspondence from H. Freeman Matthews – October 28, 1973
    - Correspondence from Patrick T. Caffery – October 17, 1973
    - Correspondence from Patrick T. Caffery – October 25, 1973
    - Correspondence from Ray Authement – November 26, 1973
    - Correspondence from “Clare” to “Helena” – November 1973
    - Correspondence from Maria Helena S. de Donnelly – February 4, 1974
    - Correspondence from William R. Tyler – April 1, 1974
    - Correspondence from “Ben” – April 8, 1974
    - Correspondence to Senator Russell B. Long – April 16, 1974
    - Correspondence to David J. Wallace – April 16, 1974
    - Correspondence from the Editor of the Abbeville Meridional to Patrick T. Caffery – August 27, 1979
    - Correspondence from “Bill” – December 16
    - Correspondence from “Bob” – December 26, 1996
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – December 29, 1996
    - Correspondence to “Mr. Matthews” – January 16, 1997
6-31 Correspondence About Caffery: After April 13, 1974 (1974)
    - Correspondence from Marshall S. Carter to William C. Rudulph – December 9, 1974
    - Correspondence from James Boudoin – May 29, 1974
    - Correspondence from Ann Castleberry – May 9, 1974
    - Correspondence to Douglas MacArthur – April 19, 1974
    - Correspondence to Gordon Mattison – April 22, 1974
    - Correspondence to Philip Bonsal – April 22, 1974
    - Correspondence from Robert McClintock – April 26, 1974
    - Correspondence form Douglas MacArthur II – April 24, 1974
    - Correspondence from Robert Simpson – May 28, 1974
    - Correspondence from Russell Long – April 19, 1974
    - Correspondence from Kermit Roosevelt – May 30, 1974
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – June 3, 1974
    - Correspondence from Ellis O. Briggs – May 30, 1974
    - Correspondence from James A. Farley – June 3, 1974
    - Correspondence from John Bernbaum – June 3, 1974
    - Correspondence from William H. Weathersby – May 29, 1974
    - Correspondence from “Stefan” – June 6, 1974
    - Correspondence from William H. Weathersby – April 26, 1974
    - Correspondence from Ellis O. Briggs – April 14, 1974
    - Correspondence from Robert Simpson – May 6, 1974
    - Correspondence to Thomas G. Pears – October 25, 1974
    - Correspondence from “Theo” – May 10, 1974
    - The Fordham University Quarterly, THOUGHT, Summer 1974
    - Correspondence from Bessie Caffery – October 17, 1974
    - Correspondence to William Horton – September 30, 1974
    - Correspondence from James A. Farley – July 18, 1974
    - Correspondence from Galen L. Stone – September 10, 1974
    - Correspondence to Galen L. Stone – September 4, 1974
    - Correspondence from Nathaniel Davis to Bessie Caffery – April 19, 1974
    - Correspondence from James A. Farley to Mrs. Caffery – April 22, 1974
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Kenneth M. Setton – July 24, 1974
    - Correspondence from Mrs. David Juanita Addison – April 19, 1974
    - Correspondence from Margaret Setton – August 19, 1974
    - Correspondence to Nathaniel Davis – April 30, 1974
    - Correspondence to Galen L. Stone – September 4, 1974
    - Correspondence to Nathaniel Davis – April 30, 1974
    - Correspondence to Mr. and Mrs. Caffery from Robert McClintock – April 26, 1974
    - Correspondence to James A. Farley – April 30, 1974
    - Correspondence from “Doris” – April 25, 1974
    - Correspondence from C. Mae Wrangle – Easter, 1974
    - Correspondence from Sam P. Gilstrap – April 30, 1974
    - Correspondence from Cecil B. Lyon – April 29, 1974
    - Correspondence from Robert Corrigan – April 26, 1974
    - Correspondence from Philip W. Bonsal – April 29, 1974
    - Correspondence from H. Freeman Matthews – May 9, 1974
    - Correspondence from William C. Rudulph – November 6, 1974
    - Correspondence to H. Freeman Matthews – November 7, 1974
    - Correspondence to Dr. Ray Authement – November 27, 1974
    - Correspondence from Maria Cecilia Ribas Carneiro – November 13, 1974
    - Correspondence to Ellis O. Briggs – November 6, 1974
    - Correspondence from Gordon H. Mattison – May 25, 1974
    - Correspondence from Galen L. Stone – November 19, 1974
    - Correspondence from Ray Authement to Galen L. Stone – December 18, 1974
    - Correspondence from James A. Farley – July 18, 1974
    - Correspondence from Galen L. Stone – November 19, 1974
    - Correspondence from William R. Emerson – September 6, 1974
    - Correspondence to Maria Cecilia Ribas Carneiro – December 20, 1974
    - Correspondence from Marshall S. Carter to William C. Rudulph – December 9, 1974
    - Correspondence from H. Freeman Matthews – November 14, 1974
    - Correspondence from the Imperial Embassy of Iran to Russell Caffery – August 30, 1974
    - Correspondence from “Ridegeway” – June 10, 1974
    - Correspondence from Marshall S. Carter to William C. Rudulph – December 9, 1974
    - Correspondence to Thomas G. Pears – October 25, 1974
    - Correspondence from Ray Authement to Galen L. Stone – December 16, 1974
    - Correspondence to Marshall S. Carter – December 20, 1974
    - Correspondence from William R. Tyler – April 26, 1974
    - Correspondence from James A. Farley – May 9, 1974
    - Correspondence to Marshall S. Carter – December 20, 1974
    - List of interviews
    - Correspondence from William C. Rudulph – August 16, 1984
    - Correspondence from Maurice D. Leach, Jr. to William C. Rudulph – September 18, 1984
    - USL Alumni Association letter – February 8, 1988
    - Correspondence from Adele M. Bulliard – September 27, 1988
    - “Caffery awards presented” news clipping copy
    - “Ambassador Caffery’s Decorations: Trophies of an Outstanding Career” – Talk delivered before Friends of Caffery in Lafayette, LA, December 1, 1974
    - Correspondence from Eleanor B. McCarthy – April 20, 1974
    - Correspondence from Constance C. Smith – April 14, 1974
    - “The Cogwheel” – Weekly Bulletin of the Rotary Club of Lafayette, April 23, 1998
    - Correspondence from William C. Rudulph to Russell Caffery – April 15, 1974
    - Correspondence from Marcel E. Malige to James Domengeaux – September 27, 1973
    - Correspondence from James Domengeaux to Marcel E. Malige – April 16, 1974
    - Correspondence from Douglas MacArthur II – April 5, 1974
    - Correspondence from William C. Affeld, Jr. – April 16, 1974
    - Correspondence from Katharine T. Dooley – April 17, 1974
    - Correspondence to Mrs. W. R. Dooley – April 23, 1974
    - Correspondence to Barr V. Washburn – April 17, 1974
    - Correspondence to Robert Simpson – April 18, 1974
    - Correspondence to Robert Corrigan – April 18, 1974
    - Correspondence to Philip W. Ireland – April 17, 1974
    - Correspondence to William Lakeland – April 18, 1974
    - Correspondence to Cecil B. Lyon – April 18, 1974
    - Correspondence to James Bonbright – April 18, 1974
    - Correspondence to Theodore Xanthaky – April 18, 1974
    - Correspondence to Robert McClintock – April 18, 1974
    - Correspondence to William Weatherby – April 18, 1974
    - Correspondence to William Tyler – April 18, 1974
    - Correspondence to Ware Adams – April 22, 1974
    - Correspondence to Samuel Gilstrap – April 19, 1974
    - Correspondence to Ridgway B. Knight – April 19, 1974
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Walter N. Walmsley – April 19, 1974
    - Correspondence from Margaret Setton – June 15, 1974
    - Correspondence from William C. Rudulph to Mr. and Mrs. Armistead Inge Soldon – July 15, 1974
6-32 Correspondence: About Caffery, After January 1975 (1975-2002)
    - Correspondence from Eleanor McCarthy – May 8
    - Correspondence from David F. Schoenbrun – November 12
    - Correspondence – May 21, 1974
    - Correspondence from Galen L. Stone to Ray Authement – January 8, 1975
    - Correspondence to Robert F. Corrigan – January 16, 1975
    - Correspondence to Kenneth M. Setton – January 21, 1975
    - Correspondence to Dr. Maria Cecilia Ribas Carneiro – January 23, 1975
    - Correspondence to Ellis O. Briggs – January 23, 1975
    - Correspondence from Maria Cecilia Ribas Carneiro – January 27, 1975
    - Correspondence from Leon J. Bajek – January 27, 1975
    - Correspondence to Russel Caffery from Milorad M. Drachkovitch – January 30, 1975
    - Correspondence from Ellis O. Briggs – February 2, 1975
    - Correspondence from Ben H. Thibodeaux – February 2, 1975
    - Correspondence from Ellis O. Briggs – February 2, 1975
    - Correspondence from William C. Rudulph – February 4, 1975
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – February 6, 1975
    - Correspondence from Jack Bowie – February 9
    - Correspondence re: painting brought by Dur from American Embassy in Paris – February 18, 1975
    - Correspondence to H. Freeman Matthews – February 25, 1975
    - Correspondence to H. Freeman Matthews – February 25, 1975
    - Correspondence from Ray Authement to Galen Stone – February 28, 1975
    - Correspondence from Eleanor B. McCarthy – March 2, 1975
    - Correspondence from Ellen E. Awkward – March 4
    - Correspondence from Gaston Palewski – April 2, 1975
    - Correspondence to Robert F. Corrigan – April 7, 1975
    - Correspondence to Miles Copeland – April 7, 1975
    - Correspondence to Robert F. Corrigan – April 7, 1975
    - Correspondence to Miles Copeland – April 7, 1975
    - Correspondence to Mrs. Walter Donnelly – April 7, 1975
    - Correspondence to Kermit Roosevelt – April 7, 1975
    - Correspondence to Kermit Roosevelt – April 7, 1975
    - Correspondence from W.C. Hollier – April 9, 1975
    - Correspondence from Kermit Roosevelt – April 10, 1975
    - Correspondence from Ambassador Ridgway B. Knight – April 10, 1975
    - Correspondence from William C. Rudulph – April 16, 1975
    - Correspondence from Douglas MacArthur II – April 23, 1975
    - Correspondence from Maria Teresa Dennelly de Sanz Santamaria – May 2, 1975
    - Correspondence from Eleanor B. McCarthy – May 6, 1975
    - Correspondence from Wells Stabler – May 6, 1975
    - Correspondence from Ellis O. Briggs – May 6, 1975
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – May 13, 1975
    - Correspondence from Philip W. Ireland – May 15, 1975
    - Correspondence from John Bovey – May 15, 1975
    - Correspondence from Stefan Bajo – May 20, 1975
    - Correspondence from Joseph Tharring – May 20, 1975
    - Correspondence from James A. Farley – May 22, 1975
    - Correspondence from William R. Tyler – May 23, 1975
    - Correspondence from H. Freeman Matthews – May 28, 1975
    - Correspondence from “Stefan” – May 28, 1975
    - Correspondence from Robert Simpson – June 5, 1975
    - Correspondence from Joe Buffalo – May 15, 1975
    - Correspondence from “John” – July 21, 1975
    - Correspondence from Wells Stabler – August 1, 1975
    - Correspondence from Randolph Harrison – August 7, 1975
    - Correspondence from Margaret Betton – August 13, 1975
    - Correspondence to Patrick T. Caffery – September 11, 1975
    - Correspondence to Robert F. Corrigan – September 18, 1975
    - Correspondence to Robert F. Corrigan – September 19, 1975
    - Correspondence to Robert F. Corrigan – September 18, 1975
    - Correspondence to Wells Stabler – September 23, 1975
    - Correspondence to Wells Stabler – September 23, 1975
    - Correspondence to Douglas MacArthur II – September 23, 1975
    - Correspondence to John E. Taylor – September 23, 1975
    - Correspondence to John E. Taylor – September 23, 1975
    - Correspondence to Douglas MacArthur II – September 23, 1975
    - Correspondence from Wells Stabler – October 8, 1975
    - Correspondence from Douglas MacArthur II – October 21, 1975
    - Correspondence to David F. Schoenbrun – November 5, 1975
    - Correspondence to Jack N. Anderson – November 5, 1975
    - Correspondence – November 8, 1975
    - Correspondence to Bob Angers – November 10, 1975
    - Correspondence from John Bovey – November 16, 1975
    - Correspondence to Leo Whitten – November 18, 1975
    - Correspondence to David F. Schoebrun – November 18, 1975
    - Correspondence from Lucy T. Briggs – March 19, 1976
    - Correspondence to Gordon H. Mattson – March 10, 1976
    - Correspondence from Leo Briggs – April 10, 1976
    - Correspondence from Benjamin Welles – March 14, 1980
    - Correspondence from William C. Rudulph – August 14, 1980
    - Correspondence to R. Henry Norweb – November 17, 1981
    - Correspondence from R. Henry Norweb – December 3, 1981
    - Correspondence from R. Henry Norweb – January 15, 1982
    - Correspondence from Ray Authement to Ms. C. S. Spillane – May 24, 1984
    - Correspondence to Ambassador Hickerson – May 24, 1985
    - Correspondence from William Astill – January 21, 1986
    - Correspondence from Robert Vitalis – November 24, 1986
    - Correspondence to Robert Vitalis – January 30, 1987
    - Correspondence from W. Sterling Parkerson – March 1987
    - Correspondence from Francis S. Wyman – August 29, 1987
    - Correspondence from Philippe Gustin – September 28, 1987
    - Correspondence from “Stefan” – May 18, 1988
    - Correspondence to I. Bruce Turner – September 20, 1988
    - Correspondence from USL Vice President of Academic Affairs – July 2, 1990
    - Correspondence from Todd P. Zimmerman – August 6, 1992
    - Thank You note from Todd P. Zimmerman
    - Correspondence from Rev. Msgr. Glen John Provost – September 17, 1992
    - Correspondence from Frances Love – September 20, 1992
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – December 5, 1995
    - Correspondence from Joseph W. Maguire to Robert F. Corrigan – November 18, 1996
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – January 26, 1997
    - Correspondence from David M. Stokes – February 25, 1998
    - Correspondence to Milton Gustafson – May 10, 1999
    - Correspondence from Robert F. Corrigan – May 27, 1999
    - Correspondence to Jim Bradshaw – June 17, 1999
    - Correspondence to Jim Bradshaw – June 17, 1999
    - Correspondence from I. Bruce Turner to Charles L. Robertson – January 25, 2002
    - Photocopies of “Paris: After the Liberation”
    - “Ambassador Caffery Revisited: Jefferson Caffery book receives a face-lift with 1998 edition”
    - “Questions for Palewski”
    - Newspaper clippings
     
Box 7 - Class Notebooks
7-01 20 of Philip Dur’s class notebooks with handwritten notes. Many undated.
   
Box 8 - Caffery Photographs (n.d.)
8-01 Art/Christmas Cards/Letters
8-02 Rome Calling Cards
8-03 Family and Friends
8-04 Rome
8-05 Brazil
8-06 Brazil
8-07 Greece
8-08 “From Matthews”
8-09 Retirement
8-10 Spain
8-11 El Salvador
8-12 Colombia
8-13 Cuba
8-14 Colombia and Cuba
8-15 Persia
   
Box 9 - Caffery Photographs (n.d.)
9-01 Berlin
9-02 Venezuela
9-03 Japan
9-04 Egypt
9-05 France
9-06 Germany
9-07 Miscellaneous
9-08 Unidentified Negatives
   
Box 10 - Oversize (1942-1959)
10-01 Philip Francis Dur – Ensign in the Naval Reserve of the US – Jan 8, 1942
10-02 Philip Francis Dur completion of Naval Training School (Japanese Language) – February 29, 1944
10-03 Philip F. Dur Certificate of Foreign Service Officer Class Two – March 9, 1959
10-04 “The People of Justice” – political cartoon
10-05 Caricature of Ambassador Jefferson Caffery – Brazil, June 12, 1941
   
Box 11 - Oversize (n.d.)
11-01 Notebook with math work
11-02 Research Notecards
11-03 14 Oversize b/w photographs of Ambassador Caffery
11-04 Oversize copies of research material
11-05 Three caricatures of Ambassador Caffery
11-06 Photographs: Embassy Residence of the United States of America at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.; Mrs. Caffery (portrait studio) Stefan Rosenbauer, rio, Rau, Araujo, Porto, Alegre, no date