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Known within the Eisenhower Library as the Ann Whitman Files, these are the confidential papers kept under the President_s immediate control for ready reference. Included are personal correspondence; diaries; telegrams; memoranda; reports; appointment, speech, and topical files; press conference transcripts; and press releases. UPA has selected the two file series from the Ann Whitman Files that shed the most light on the history of the Eisenhower administration. Both series are reproduced in their entirety. Part 2: International Series A majority of this material was previously classified, but it is now about 90% open. The arrangement is alphabetical by country name and organization (e.g., Arab League, European Economic Community). Many country files are subdivided by topic. Heads of state are heavily represented in correspondence and notes of meetings. Among them are de Gaulle, Churchill, Eden, Adenauer, Bulganin, and Khrushchev.

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