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Charles Augustus Lindbergh papers

 Collection
Call Number: MS 325

Scope and Contents

The papers consist of correspondence; diaries; writings; childhood, school and college materials; financial, legal, and housekeeping records; reports; memoranda; drawings; maps; publications; artifacts; and memorabilia documenting the life and interests of Charles Augustus Lindbergh. The papers form the largest and most extensive collection of his personal, professional, and family papers. They document his work as a pilot, developer of commercial aviation and rocketry, bio-engineer, air force officer and consultant, pioneer environmentalist, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and public figure. The papers also document his personal life, including his marriage to Anne Morrow Lindbergh, the loss of his son, and his interest in his family history. Notable correspondents include: William Benton, Kingman Brewster, Richard E. Byrd, Alexis Carrel, William E. Castle, Michael Collins, James H. Doolittle, W. L. Glenn, Robert Goddard, Harry Guggenheim, Donald A. Hall, Herbert Hoover, Thomas Lamont, James Newton, Harold Nicolson, Edward Rickenbacker, S. Dillon Ripley, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Igor Sikorsky, Lowell Thomas, Russell Train, Juan Trippe, Billy Wilder, Robert E. Wood, and Orville Wright. Notable family correspondents include his wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, and his mother, Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh.

The papers are notable for the breadth and depth to which they document the life of Charles Augustus Lindbergh. In addition to containing his correspondence, diaries, writings, and reports that provide a glimpse into how he saw himself and the world, the papers also contain a significant body of material, including publications and unsolicited correspondence, documenting how others responded to his actions and views. His finances and interests are also well documented. The extensive financial, legal, and housekeeping records provide minute details of his and Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s finances and households. Memorabilia, maps, and publications collected by Lindbergh provide further evidence of his activities and interests. Despite the size of the collection, it does not represent the entirety of Lindbergh’s papers and researchers should be aware of additional collections at Yale and elsewhere. Of primary importance are the related visual materials and supplementary papers in the Lindbergh Picture Collection (MS 325B) and the Anne Morrow Lindbergh Papers (MS 829). Collections of Lindbergh’s papers and artifacts, especially those documenting the Spirit of St. Louis aircraft and flights, early airlines, and the kidnapping, are held by the Missouri Historical Society. Aircraft and a collection of aviation-related artifacts are at the National Air and Space Museum. Additional papers relating to his childhood and family home in Little Falls are included in the papers of his father, U. S. Congressman Charles August Lindbergh, at the Minnesota Historical Society.

The collection also includes the personal papers of several family members. The most extensive documentaion regards Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh, a science teacher, and Charles Henry Land, a pioneer dentist and inventor of the porcelain crown. Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh's (mother) papers include over fifty years of correspondence, financial records, and memorabilia. Charles Henry Land's (grandfather) papers include correspondence, patents, and financial and legal papers documenting his career. A small amount of papers of other family members, such as Charles August Lindbergh (father) and Charles Henry Land, Jr. (uncle), are also present..

Dates

  • 1780-1999
  • Majority of material found within 1911 - 1974

Creator

Language of Materials

The materials are primarily in English.

Conditions Governing Access

Accession 2002-M-079, boxes 3 and 3A are closed to research until January 1, 2023. Series XVIII, boxes 515 and 517 may only be used under the supervision of a Manuscripts and Archives staff member due to the physical nature of the materials. Original audiovisual materials, as well as preservation and duplicating masters, may not be played. Researchers must consult use copies, or if none exist must pay for a use copy, which is retained by the repository. Researchers wishing to obtain an additional copy for their personal use should consult Copying Services information on the Manuscripts and Archives web site. Copies of commercially produced audiovisual materials contained in this collection cannot be made for researcher use outside of the repository.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright has been transferred to Yale University for unpublished materials authored or otherwise produced by Charles Augustus Lindbergh. Copyright status for other collection materials is unknown. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owners. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The papers were the gift of Charles A. Lindbergh and his estate, 1941-1988; gift of Joan Lovrien, 2001; gift of the Estate of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, 2002; gift of Reeve Lindbergh, 2003; gift of Harlan L. Gurney, 2004; transferred from Princeton University Library, 2015.

Arrangement

The papers are arranged in twenty series: Series I. Select correspondence, 1911-1974. Series II. General correspondence, 1925-1975. Series III. Aviation, 1920-1974. Series IV. Conservation, 1945-1975. Series V. Writings, speeches, statements and diaries, 1912-1974. Series VI. Family correspondence and records, 1780-1974. Series VII. Financial, legal, and housekeeping records, 1883-1974. Series VIII. Letters in response to speeches, 1939-1941. Series IX. Scientific research, 1922-1974. Series X. Lindbergh's notes regarding biographical treatments, 1927-1974. Series XI. Writings about Charles Augustus Lindbergh, 1927-1973. Series XII. Trips file, 1922-1974. Series XIII. Maps, 1915-1969. Series XIV. Political pamphlets, 1934-1970. Series XV. Donor records, 1927-1974. Series XVI. The Kidnapping and Hauptmann trial, 1932-1935. Series XVII. Childhood books and school records, Circa 1908-1922. Series XVIII. Miscellany, 1865-1974. Series XIX. Public opinion mail, 1927-1973. Series XX. Book collection, 1821-1975; and subsequent additions.

Associated Materials

Related materials: Anne Morrow Lindbergh Papers (MS 829), Lindbergh Picture Collection (MS 325B), and Lindbergh Gift Collection (MS 325A).

Associated materials: Charles Augustus Lindbergh Papers, Missouri History Museum; Charles A. Lindbergh and Family Papers, Minnesota Historical Society.

Extent

597 Linear Feet ( (892 boxes))

Catalog Record

A record for this collection is available in Orbis, the Yale University Library catalog

Persistent URL

http://hdl.handle.net/10079/fa/mssa.ms.0325

Overview

The papers consist of correspondence; diaries; writings; childhood, school and college materials; financial, legal, and housekeeping records; reports; memoranda; drawings; maps; publications; artifacts; and memorabilia documenting the life and interests of Charles Augustus Lindbergh. The papers form the largest and most extensive collection of his personal, professional, and family papers. They document his work as a pilot, developer of commercial aviation and rocketry, bio-engineer, air force officer and consultant, pioneer environmentalist, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and public figure. The papers also document his personal life, including his marriage to Anne Morrow Lindbergh, the loss of his son, and his interest in his family history. Notable correspondents include: William Benton, Kingman Brewster, Richard E. Byrd, Alexis Carrel, William E. Castle, Michael Collins, James H. Doolittle, W. L. Glenn, Robert Goddard, Harry Guggenheim, Donald A. Hall, Herbert Hoover, Thomas Lamont, James Newton, Harold Nicolson, Edward Rickenbacker, S. Dillon Ripley, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Igor Sikorsky, Lowell Thomas, Russell Train, Juan Trippe, Billy Wilder, Robert E. Wood, and Orville Wright. Notable family correspondents include his wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, and his mother, Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh. The family papers include those of Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh, a teacher; his father Charles August Lindbergh; and his grandfather Charles Henry Land, a pioneer dentist and inventor of the porcelain crown.

Biographical / Historical

Charles Augustus Lindbergh (1902 Feb 4-1974 Aug 26), aviator, author, biologist, and engineer, was the son of Charles August Lindbergh, a lawyer and congressman, and Evangeline Lodge Land, a science teacher whose father was Dr. Charles Land, a dentist and inventor. Born in Detroit, Lindbergh grew up in Little Falls, Minnesota, and Washington, DC. After studying engineering at the University of Wisconsin for three semesters, he left in1922 to become an airplane pilot and barnstormer. In 1925 he graduated first in his class from the United States Army Air Service Flying School and became chief pilot of the new airmail line from St. Louis to Chicago.

On May 21, 1927, Lindbergh completed the first non-stop transatlantic flight from New York to Paris and was awarded the first Distinguished Flying Cross and the Congressional Medal of Honor. This feat, followed by the publication of his best-selling book We, great public receptions in Washington and New York, and an air tour making eighty-two stops in forty-eight states followed by one to Latin America in 1927 to 1928 revolutionized commercial air service. Lindbergh worked with Juan Trippe, Henry Ford, Amelia Earhart, Will Rogers and others to develop a number of airlines, including Pan American Airways and TWA. After his marriage to Anne Spencer Morrow in 1929, the internationally famous couple conducted scientific air explorations that led to the first transoceanic air passenger service. He and Anne had six children: Charles, Jr.; Jon; Land; Scott; Anne; and Reeve, between 1932 and 1945. The tragic kidnapping and murder of their son Charles, Jr., in 1932 was called “The Crime of the Century.”

In the 1930s Lindbergh became a biomedical engineer with Dr. Alexis Carrel at the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (now Rockefeller University) and invented the perfusion pump, a prototype of the artificial heart, documented in their book, The Culture of Organs. To protect their son Jon from unwelcome press attention, the Lindberghs moved to England in 1935 and in 1938 to France to live near Carrel. At the request of the American Embassy in Germany, Lindbergh made five trips from 1936 to 1938 to evaluate German air power for the U.S. State Department. The Lindbergh family returned to the United States in 1939. Before and after World War II, he served in the United States Air Force, but resigned to speak out against American intervention and joined the America First Committee in 1941. During the war Lindbergh served as technical consultant for the Ford Motor Company developing the B-24 bomber and for United Aircraft testing fighter planes. He also conducted air altitude flying tests at the Mayo Clinic Aero Medical Unit using himself as a guinea pig and invented the “jump bottle,” to provide oxygen to flyers when they lost consciousness. As a civilian advisor he flew fifty combat missions in the South Pacific in 1944.

After the war Lindbergh served on numerous government advisory committees concerned with aviation training, national security, and space exploration. In 1954 President Eisenhower promoted him to the rank of brigadier general stating that Lindbergh’s work had significantly shortened the war in the Pacific by enabling pilots to reach many targets formerly beyond their range and thereby saving many lives. In the same year he was awarded the 1953 Pulitzer Prize for his autobiography The Spirit of St. Louis. Billy Wilder directed the movie version starring Jimmy Stewart released in 1957.

Thereafter Lindbergh dedicated himself to conservation causes as an officer and spokesman for the Nature Conservancy, the World Wildlife Fund, and other groups. He announced his growing concerns in a series of articles published in Reader’s Digest, one of which included his most famous quote, “I realized that if I had to choose, I would rather have birds than airplanes.” In 1966 Lindbergh became a member of the board of trustees of the World Wildlife Fund. His election to this board came after several years of active participation in the conservation movement. Although Lindbergh had been concerned for some time about the pollution of the environment, the encroachment of civilization on the earth’s remaining natural areas, and the precarious existence of the world’s wildlife, a trip to East Africa in 1964 persuaded him that he should take up the cause of conservation in earnest. Lindbergh traveled extensively throughout the world during these years, to East Africa; Indonesia; Japan; Madagascar; the Pacific Islands and Australia; the Philippines; South America; and throughout the United States. He worked to limit the hunting of the nearly-extinct blue and humpback whales; preserve the monkey-eating eagle of the Philippines; and shield the Tasaday, a stone-age people discovered on Mindanao in 1971, from the assaults of a curious public. He actively lobbied governments and private interests for measures to protect and preserve the natural environment.

He was successful in persuading the Alaska legislature to alter the planned route of the oil pipeline to mitigate its impact on polar bear migration and some countries to limit their whale harvesting. In 1969 he was awarded the Bernard M. Baruch Conservation Prize for 1968. One of his last successful projects was to convince the United States government not to permit America to support supersonic air transportation. For the last thirty years of his life Lindbergh lived in Connecticut, with homes in Switzerland and in Hana, Maui, where he died of lymphoma in 1974. In 1978, his Autobiography of Values was published posthumously.

Chronology

1902 Feb 4
Born in Detroit, Michigan. Son of Charles August and Evangeline Lodge (Land) Lindbergh. Siblings are half-sisters, Eva and Lillian Lindbergh.
1906
Father is elected to U.S. Congress from 6th Minnesota District.
1907-1918
Attends school in Washington, DC, Detroit, and Little Falls.
1912
Attends his first air meet.
1916
Drives with mother to California.
1917
Father leaves office to oppose U.S. entry into World War I.
1918
Excused from senior year of high school in Little Falls to operate family farm, Lindholm, for war effort.
1920
Enrolls in University of Wisconsin as mechanical engineering student.
1922
Leaves college in February to become flying student at Nebraska Standard Aircraft Corporation.
1922 Apr 9
Makes first flight.
1923
Buys first plane, a war-surplus Curtiss Jenny.
Goes barnstorming.
1924
Enlists as U.S. Army flying cadet.
1924 May 24
Father, Charles August Lindbergh, dies.
1925
Commissioned second lieutenant in Air Service Reserve Corps.
Graduates first in class from U.S. Air Service Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio.
Becomes Chief Pilot, Robertson Aircraft Co., St. Louis.
1926
Makes first Chicago-to-St. Louis airmail flight.
1927
Tours U.S. with Spirit of St. Louis, making 82 stops in 48 states.
Is awarded first Distinguished Flying Cross.
Awarded Medal of Honor by act of Congress.
Makes first nonstop flight (27 hours, 10 minutes) from Washington to Mexico City where he is guest of Ambassador Morrow and meets Anne Morrow.
1927 Feb
Purchases Spirit of St. Louis.
1927 May 10-12
Establishes transcontinental air record (21 hours, 20 minutes), San Diego to New York.
1927 May 20-21
Flies from New York to Paris (33½ hours) and wins Orteig Prize of $25,000 for first nonstop transatlantic flight betwen these cities.
1927 Oct
Publishes We.
1928
Completes air tour of Latin America.
Begins service as consultant to Transcontinental Air Transport and to Pan American Airways.
1929
Marries Anne Morrow.
Inaugurates first transcontinental air passenger service.
Meets Robert Goddard and works to fund rocket research.
1930 Jun 22
Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr., is born.
1930-1934
Develops perfusion pump with Dr. Alexis Carrel.
1931
Makes flight across North Pacific to China with Anne.
1932 Mar 1
Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr., is kidnapped.
1932 May 12
Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr., is found.
1932 Aug 16
Jon Morrow Lindbergh is born.
1933
Makes Atlantic survey flight and trip to Russia with Anne.
1935
Richard Hauptmann is tried and convicted for kidnapping.
1935 Dec
Moves, with family, to England and resides at Weald, Sevenoaks, Kent, in "Long Barn" on estate of Harold Nicolson and Vita Sackville-West.
1936
Makes first of five trips to Germany to investigate and evaluate air power.
1937
Flies to India with Anne.
1937 May 12
Land Morrow Lindbergh is born.
1938
Moves to Illiec Island, off the coast of France, near Carrel's summer laboratory.
Publishes The Culture of Organs with Alexis Carrel.
1938 Oct
Receives Service Cross of the Order of the German Eagle from Hermann Göring.
1939
Returns with family to United States
1939-1941
Speaks against United States intervention in war in Europe.
1940 Oct 2
Anne Spencer Lindbergh is born.
1942
Becomes technical consultant for bomber production to Ford Motor Company.
1942 Aug 13
Scott Morrow Lindbergh is born.
1942-1943
Serves as test pilot and aviation consultant.
1944
Flies fifty combat missions in South Pacific while serving with Navy and Marines as adviser on fighter planes.
1945
Is member of naval technical mission to study Germany's missile and aircraft developments.
1945 Oct 2
Reeve Morrow Lindbergh is born.
1946
Becomes consultant for University of Chicago Ordinance Research Project (CHORE).
1947-1954
Serves as special adviser to Air Force.
1948
Publishes Of Flight and Life.
1949
Is awarded Wright Brothers Memorial Trophy.
1953
Publishes The Spirit of St. Louis.
1954
Is appointed to rank of brigadier general.
Is awarded Pulitzer Prize for The Spirit of St. Louis.
1954 Sep 7
Mother, Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh, dies.
1954-1974
Goes on conservation and wildlife preservation expeditions.
1965
Redesigns perfusion pump for Naval Medical Research Institute.
1966-1972
Serves on World Wildlife Board of Trustees.
1968
Addresses Alaska legislature, first public speech in twenty-seven years.
1969
Is awarded the Baruch Conservation Prize for 1968.
1969-1972
Is member of Citizens Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality.
1970
Publishes Wartime Journals.
1972
Publishes Boyhood on the Upper Mississippi.
1974 Aug 26
Dies on Maui, Hawaii. Buried at Kipahulu.
1978
Autobiography of Values is published posthumously.

Index of Correspondents--Aviation

The information following a correspondent's name refers to one of the five sections of the Aviation series. The name following the section heading refers to a sub-section of one of the five sections.

Index of Correspondents

  1. Aldrin, E. E. Private Industry, Pan American
  2. Allen, C. B. Private Industry, Martin; Government-U. S. Department of Commerce, Civil Aeronautics Authority
  3. Allen, Joseph P. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. Allen, William M. Private Industry, Boeing
  5. Ames, Joseph S. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  6. Anders, William A. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. Anderson, S. E. Government-U. S. Department of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secretary: Weapons Evaluation Group
  8. Andrews, Frank M. Military-Army Air Corps
  9. Armstrong, Neil A. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. Arnold, H. H. Military-Army Air Corps
  11. Babb, Charles H. Private industry-General correspondence
  12. Baekeland, George Private industry-Ford Motor Company
  13. Baker, Paul S. Private industry-United Aircraft
  14. Banks, Donald Government-Air Ministry, London
  15. Banks, Maurice Government-Air Ministry, London
  16. Barbour, W. Warren Private industry-Trans World Airlines (TWA)
  17. Barron, C. I. Private industry-Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
  18. Beasley, P. R. Private industry-Detroit Aircraft; Personal files-Lockheed Sirius airplane; Personal files-Lambert Monocoupe airplane
  19. Beisel, Rex B. Private industry-United Aircraft
  20. Bell, Paddy Leigh Private industry-Pan American
  21. Bendix, Vincent Private industry-General correspondence
  22. Bisplinghoff, Raymond L. Organizations-American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
  23. Bixby, Harold M. Private industry-Pan American
  24. Black, Hugo L. Private industry-Trans World Airlines
  25. Blake, Norman P. Private industry-Pan American
  26. Boedecker, Kenneth J. Private industry-Curtiss-Wright Corporation
  27. Boothby, Walter M. Military-Army Air Forces-Mayo (Clinic) Aero Medical Unit
  28. Borger, J. G. Private industry-Pan American
  29. Borman, Frank Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  30. Bowlus, Hawley Private industry-General correspondence
  31. Boyd, Albert Military-Air Force
  32. Boyd, Charles A. Government-U. S. Department of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secretary: Weapons Evaluation Group
  33. Boyd, Max B. Military-Air Force
  34. Bradley, Mark E., Jr. Military-Air Force
  35. Brand, Vance D. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  36. Breech, E. R. Private industry-North American Aviation, Inc.
  37. Brett, George H. Military-Army Air Corps
  38. Briggs, James E. Military-Air Force
  39. Bunch, Clare W. Personal files-Lambert Monocoupe airplane
  40. Burchall, H. Private industry-Imperial Airways Ltd.
  41. Burnelli, Vincent J. Military-Army Air Corps; Private industry-General correspondence
  42. Burns, Robert W. Military-Air Force
  43. Bush, Vannevar Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  44. Carr, Gerald P. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  45. Chapman, Philip K. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  46. Chenea, V. E. Private industry-Pan American
  47. Christie, Arthur R. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  48. Cleary, James F. Private industry-Pan American
  49. Cleaves, Prentiss Private industry-General correspondence
  50. Coffin, Howard E. Private industry-National Air Transport
  51. Cole, Sterling Government-U. S. Congress, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Continental Defense Panel
  52. Cone, J. Carroll Government-Federal Aviation Commission; Government-U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Air Commerce; Private industry-Pan American Airlines
  53. Cook, Orval R. Military-Air Force
  54. Cooper, John C., Jr. Private industry-Pan American
  55. Cooper, Merian C. Private industry-Pan American
  56. Cortright, Edgar M. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  57. Cowdin, J. C. Private industry-Trans World Airlines
  58. Crabb, Jarred V. Military-Air Force
  59. Craig, H. A. Military-Air Force
  60. Cunningham, Walter Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  61. Cuthell, Chester W. Private industry-National Air Transport
  62. Damon, Ralph S. Private industry-Republic Aviation; Private industry-Trans World Airlines
  63. Darcy, Thomas C. Military-Air Force
  64. Dassault, Marcel Private industry-General correspondence
  65. Dern, George H. Private industry-Pan American
  66. DeWitt, J. L. Military-Army Air Corps
  67. Doolittle, James H. Military-Air Force
  68. Douglas, James H. Military-Air Force
  69. Driscoll, John J. Government-U. S. Department of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secretary: Weapons Evaluation Group; Military-Air Force
  70. Duke, Charles M., Jr. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  71. Eastland, Thomas B. Private industry-Transcontinental Air Transport
  72. Eastland, Thomas B., Jr. Private industry-Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
  73. Eaton, J. M. Private industry-Pan American Airlines
  74. England, Anthony W. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  75. Enke, Stephen Private industry-General correspondence
  76. Evans, Edward S. Personal files-Lockheed Sirius airplane
  77. Evans, L. J. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Private industry-General correspondence
  78. Fairchild, Sherman M. Private industry-General correspondence
  79. Farley, James A. Private industry-Trans World Airlines
  80. Fleet, Reuben H. Private industry-Consolidated Aircraft Corporation
  81. Fleming, C. C. Private industry-Pan American
  82. Ford, Henry Private industry-Ford Motor Company
  83. Ford, Vincent T. Military-Air Force
  84. Freed, Lyle C. Military-Air Force
  85. Friendly, Henry J. Private industry-Pan American
  86. Frye, Jack Military-Army Air Corps; Private industry-Trans World Airlines; Private industry-General correspondence
  87. Gaffney, D. V. Military-Air Force
  88. Gardner, Trevor Military-Air Force
  89. Gates, John B. Private industry-Pan American
  90. Gates, Thomas S. Military-Air Force
  91. Gavin, Joseph G., Jr. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  92. Gibson, Edward G. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  93. Gledhill, Franklin Private industry-Pan American
  94. Glezner, Roland M. Military-Air Force
  95. Gluhareff, M. E. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  96. Gray, Haroldl E. Private industry-Pan American
  97. Grierson, John Private industry-Pan American
  98. Grumman, L. R. Private industry-General correspondence
  99. Gwinn, William P. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  100. Haddon, Carl Private industry-Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
  101. Halaby, Najeeb E. Government-Federal Aviation Agency; Private industry-Pan American
  102. Hancher, Virgil M. Military-Air Force
  103. Harmon, H. R. Military-Air Force
  104. Henderson, Paul Private industry-Transcontinental Air Transport
  105. Henize, Karl G. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  106. Henning, H. P. Private industry-Ford Motor Company
  107. Hill, A. G. Government-U. S. Department of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secretary: Weapons Evaluation Group
  108. Hobbs, L. S. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  109. Holland, Maurice Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  110. Hoover, Robert A. Organizations-Society of Experimental Test Pilots
  111. Horner, H. M. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  112. Howley, Frank L. Military-Air Force
  113. Huebner, C. R. Military-Air Force
  114. Hunsaker, Jerome C. Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  115. Hurley, Roy T. Private industry-Curtiss-Wright Corporation
  116. Huyot, Robert Private industry-Pan American
  117. Ide, John J. Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  118. Irvins, Bill Military-Air Force
  119. Irwin, James B. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  120. Johnson, Leon W. Military-Air Force
  121. Johnson, S. Paul Organizations-Institute of Aeronautical Sciences
  122. Kauffman, S. B. Private industry-Pan American
  123. Kellett, Wallace Private industry-General correspondence
  124. Kenney, George C. Military-Air Force
  125. Keys, Clement M. Private industry-Curtiss-Wright Corporation; Private industry-Transcontinental Air Transport; Private industry-Trans World Airlines; Private industry-National Air Transport
  126. Kilner, Walter G. Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  127. Knight, Harry H. Personal files-Lambert Monocoupe airplane
  128. Kuhrt, Wesley A. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  129. Kuter, Lawrence S. Military-Air Force
  130. Langewiesche, Wolfgang Private industry-Pan American
  131. Lea, Robert B. Private industry-Sperry Gyroscope Company, Inc.; Personal files-Miles Mohawk airplane
  132. Lederer, Jerome Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  133. Lee, F. B. Government-U. S. Department of Commerce, Civil Aeronautics Administration
  134. Lee, Robert M. Military-Air Force
  135. LeMay, Curtis E. Military-Air Force
  136. Leslie, John C. Private industry-Pan American
  137. Leuteritz, Hugo C. Private industry-Pan American
  138. Lewis, G. W. Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  139. Lewis, Roger Private industry-General correspondence
  140. Lichty, Ben W. Military-Air Force
  141. Lipscomb, Willis G. Private industry-Pan American
  142. Litchfield, P. W. Private industry-General correspondence
  143. Logan, R. A. Private industry-Pan American
  144. Lousma, Jack R. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  145. Lovelace, W. Randolph III Military-Army Air Forces-Mayo (Clinic) Aero Medical Unit
  146. Lovell, James A., Jr. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  147. Lovett, Robert A. Private industry-Ford Motor Company
  148. Lyman, Lauren D. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  149. MacLeod, Scott Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  150. Macy, Josiah, Jr. Private industry-Pan American
  151. Maddux, J. L. Private industry-Transcontinental Air Transport-Maddux; Private industry-Transcontinental Air Transport; Private industry-General correspondence
  152. Magee, J. V. Private industry-Transcontinental Air Transport
  153. Magruder, William M. Government-U. S. Department of Transportation, Office of the Secretary; Private industry-Pan American
  154. Mahoney, B. F. Private industry-General correspondence
  155. Martin, Glenn L. Private industry-Martin (Glenn L.) Company
  156. Mayo, W. B. Private industry-General correspondence
  157. McAdoo, William G. Organizations-National Aeronautic Association
  158. McCandless, Bruce II Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  159. McCarthy, C. J. Private industry-Chance Vought Aircraft, Inc.; Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  160. McDonnell, J. S., Jr. Private industry-General correspondence
  161. McMullen, Clements Military-Air Force
  162. Mead, George J. Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  163. Menasco, A. S. Personal files-Miles Mohawk airplane
  164. Miles, F. G. Private industry-General correspondence; Personal files-Miles Mohawk airplane
  165. Miles, G. H. Personal files-Miles Mohawk airplane
  166. Miller, H. B. Private industry-Pan American
  167. Millikan, Clark B. Military-Air Force
  168. Millikan, Robert A. Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  169. Minser, E. J. Private industry-Trans World Airlines
  170. Montgomery, J. B. Military-Air Force
  171. Moorman, Thomas S. Military-Air Force
  172. Morrow, Charles T. Private industry-General correspondence
  173. Morrison, W. L. Private industry-Pan American
  174. Mullahey, W. J. Private industry-Pan American
  175. Norstad, Lauris Military-Air Force
  176. O'Donnell, Emmett, Jr. Military-Air Force
  177. Pace, Frank, Jr. Private industry-General correspondence
  178. Paine, Thomas O. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  179. Parker, Robert A. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  180. Pearson, C. C. Private industry-Martin (Glenn L.) Company
  181. Peckham, Cyril Private industry-Imperial Airways Ltd.; Personal files-Miles Mohawk airplane
  182. Player, Willis Private industry-Pan American
  183. Pogue, William R. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  184. Post, George B. Private industry-Edo Aircraft Corporation; Personal files-Lockheed Sirius airplane
  185. Power, Thomas S. Military-Air Force
  186. Priester, André Private industry-Pan American
  187. Pryor, Samuel F. Private industry-Pan American
  188. Putt, D. L. Military-Air Force
  189. Reece, Bob Private industry-Pan American
  190. Reinecke, Ed Organizations-Society of Experimental Test Pilots
  191. Rentschler, Frederick B. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  192. Richter, Paul E. Private industry-Trans World Airlines
  193. Rihl, George L. Private industry-Pan American
  194. Ristine, Carl L. Private industry-Trans World Airlines
  195. Robbins, Richard W. Private industry-Trans World Airlines
  196. Robertson, William B. Private industry-Robertson Aircraft Corporation
  197. Rockwell, W. F., Jr. Private industry-North American Rockwell Corporation
  198. Ross, Ira G. Private industry-Pan American
  199. Ryan, Claude T. Private industry-Ryan Aeronautical Company
  200. Schirra, Walter M. Organizations-Society of Experimental Test Pilots
  201. Schoonmaker, J. M. Private industry-Pan American; Private industry-Trans World Airlines
  202. Schriever, B. A. Military-Air Force; Private industry-General correspondence
  203. Scranton, William W. Private industry-Pan American
  204. Seawell, William T. Private industry-Pan American
  205. Shannon, John T. Private industry-Pan American
  206. Sheaffer, Daniel M. Private industry-Pennsylvania Railroad, The
  207. Shelmerdine, Francis Government-Air Ministry, London
  208. Shepard, Alan Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  209. Sikorsky, Igor I. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  210. Smith, F. L. Military-Army Air Forces-Mayo (Clinic) Aero Medical Unit
  211. Snyder, J. Buell Government-U. S. House of Representatives, Committee on Appropriations
  212. Sorenson, Charles E. Private industry-Ford Motor Company
  213. Sprague, John T. Military-Air Force
  214. Spriggs, James O. Military-Air Force
  215. Squier, Carl B. Private industry-Lockheed Aircraft Corporation; Personal files-Lockheed Sirius airplane
  216. Stafford, Thomas P. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  217. Steele, John A. Private industry-Pan American; Personal files-Lambert Monocoupe airplane
  218. Stefansson, Vilhjamur Private industry-Pan American
  219. Streett, St. Clair Military-Air Force
  220. Swigert, John L., Jr. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  221. Symington, W. Stuart Military-Air Force, Office of the Secretary
  222. Taylor, David W. Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  223. Taylor, James B. Private industry-General correspondence; Private industry-Pan American
  224. Taylor, Vernon F. Private industry-Pan American
  225. Tillinghast, Charles C. Jr. Private industry-Trans World Airlines
  226. Tillinghast, T. E. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  227. Tomlinson, D. W. Private industry-Transcontinental and Western Air
  228. Trippe, Juan T. Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics; Private industry-Pan American
  229. Twining, Nathan F. Military-Air Force
  230. Vanaman, A. W. Military-Air Force
  231. Vandenberg, A. H. Private industry-Pan American
  232. Vandenberg, Hoyt S. Military-Air Force
  233. Van Dusen, William Private industry-Pan American
  234. Vaughn, Guy W. Private industry-Curtiss-Wright
  235. Victory, John F. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  236. Vidal, Eugene Government-U. S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Air Commerce
  237. Voorhees, Tracy S. Government-U. S. Department of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secretary: Weapons Evaluation Group; Government-U. S. Department of Defense, Office of the Assistant Secretary
  238. Vought, R. R. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  239. Vultee, Gerard Private industry-Detroit Aircraft Corporation Personal files-Lockheed Sirius airplane
  240. Warner, Edward P. Government-National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics
  241. Webb, James E. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  242. Wedemeyer, Albert C. Government-U. S. Congress, Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Continental Defense Panel; Military-Army Air Forces; Military-Air Force
  243. Weitz, Paul J. Government-National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  244. Whelan, B. L. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation; Personal files-Lambert Monocoupe airplane
  245. White, Thomas D. Military-Air Force
  246. Wilson, Eugene E. Private industry-United Aircraft Corporation
  247. Wilson, R. C. Military-Air Force
  248. Wolfe, K. B. Military-Air Force
  249. Woodbridge, John Private industry-Pan American
  250. Woodring, Harry H. Military-Army Air Corps; Private industry-Transcontinental and Western Air
  251. Woods, Humphrey G. E. Private industry-Imperial Airways Ltd.
  252. Work, James Personal files-Lockheed Sirius airplane
  253. Wright, T. P. Private industry-General correspondence
  254. Wyman, E. E. Private industry-Pan American
  255. York, Herbert F. Military-Air Force
  256. Young, Clarence M. Private industry-Pan American
  257. Young, Evan E. Private industry-Pan American
  258. Zimmerman, Carroll L. Private industry-Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc.; Private industry-North American Aviation, Inc.
  259. Zink, Harry J. Government-Civil Aeronautics Board

Index of Correspondents--Conservation

The information following a correspondent's name refers to one of the three sections of the conservation series: Organizations, Geographic areas, and General. The name of each correspondent is followed by the name of one or more organizations or geographic areas or by the heading General, indicating where correspondence is filed. In many cases, the specific dates of incoming letters are indicated. If there are too many letters to list individually or if the letters are filed in General under the individual’s name, only the inclusive dates are given.

List of Correspondents

  1. Adams, Alexander B. The Nature Conservancy 1968 Apr 29; 1969 May 7
  2. Adamson, Joy. East Africa: 1964 Apr 27
  3. Alvarez, Jesus B., Jr. Philippines: 1968 Sep 3; 1969 Mar 20, Jul 24, Aug 27, Oct 6; 1970 Jun 22, Aug 3, 6, Sep 4, Nov 25; 1971 Apr 20, 29, May 15, Jun 29, Sep 14; 1972 Jan 22, Feb 13, Oct 24, Nov 17; 1973 Aug 27
  4. Amory, Cleveland. General: 1966
  5. Andersen, Elmer L. (MN): 1969 Feb 14, Aug 11, Sep 29, Oct 17; 1970 Mar 12, Jun 4, 30, Oct 5
  6. Ashe, James. East Africa: 1967 Dec 28; 1968 Jul 20
  7. Atkinson, Clinton E. Japan: 1968 Mar 22; 1970 Apr 24
  8. Ayodo, Samuel O. East Africa: 1966 Mar 3
  9. Ball, George W. General: 1966
  10. Bechtel, Kenneth K. Baja (CA) 1968 Feb 16, May 6, Jun 11, Dec 10; 1969 Feb 6, Apr 18; 1970 Jan 14, Sep 23, Nov 5, 13; 1971 Jan 26, Dec 7; 1972 Feb 14, Mar 1, 7, 30
  11. Belaunde Terry, Fernando. South America: 1967 Jul 12
  12. Bell, James Dunbar. General: 1967
  13. Benavides, Felipe. World Wildlife Fund: 1968 Dec 11; 1970 Aug 11; South America: 1967, undated; 1968 Oct 10, Nov 6, Dec 17; 1969 Jan 23; 1972 Dec.
  14. Benitez, Helena. Philippines: 1969 May 8
  15. Bernhard, Prince of the Netherlands. World Wildlife Fund: 1966 Dec 15; 1967 May 15; 1969 Nov 9; 1970 Jan 14, Feb 2, 12, Dec 2; 1971 Jan 18; 1972 Feb 11, Jun 9, Dec 13, 23, 31; 1973 Jan 9, 22, Nov 24
  16. Berwick, E. J. H. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1966 Sep 22, Oct 26, Nov 14; 1967 Jan 11, Jun 16, Aug 9, Nov 3, Dec 19; 1968 Feb 1, 2, 6, Mar 5, 12, 13, Jun 21, 28, Jul 8, Oct 1
  17. Bleazard, Stan. East Africa: 1964 May 18, Dec 3; 1967 Dec 27
  18. Bok, Cary W. The Nature Conservancy: 1969 Apr 28, Jul 31, Aug 21
  19. Bourne, Arthur G. General: 1966-1969, undated
  20. Brown, David W. J. East Africa: 1966 Nov 30; 1967 Apr 18, Aug 22
  21. Brown, Harold. Aldabra: 1967 Oct 11
  22. Brycson, D. N. M. East Africa: 1966 Mar 10; 1973 May 16
  23. Budowski, Gerardo. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1971 Jan 14, Mar 3, Sep 15, Oct 23
  24. Burns, John A. Pacific Islands: 1968 Apr 22; 1970 Jun 22
  25. Canine, William L. The Nature Conservancy: 1968 Oct 3
  26. Chamberlain, John. General: 1966-1968
  27. Chapin, James. General: 1962-1963
  28. Coenen, Ernst. General: 1970
  29. Collins, W. A. R. East Africa: 1962 Oct 2
  30. Colson, Charles W. Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: 1971 Jan 27, Feb 16
  31. Coolidge, Harold J. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1962-1974; World Wildlife Fund: 1966, undated; 1969 Mar 9; 1973 Apr 13
  32. Creekmore, J. H. World Wildlife Fund: 1968 Feb 26
  33. Crowe, Philip Kingsland. World Wildlife Fund: 1965 Jun 7, Jul 14; 1966 Feb 25, Apr 3, 29, May 21, Jul 6, 11, Aug 30, Oct 22, Dec 6; 1967 May 17, Jul 20, Aug 19, 25; 1968 Jul 2, 9, Aug 1, Oct 31; 1969 Mar 6, 14, 25, Apr 4, May 3, Jul 2, Oct 24; 1970 Jan 18, 22, Oct 21
  34. Dalgas Frisch, Johan. South America: 1968 Jul 1, Aug 2, 6, Sep 10, 26, Oct 25; 1969 Jan 14, Oct 9, undated; World Wildlife Fund: 1968 Aug 2, 6, 9, 22
  35. De Haes, Charles. World Wildlife Fund: 1970 Nov 27, Dec 8; 1971 Apr 30; 1972 Jan 18
  36. Delano, Warren. The Nature Conservancy: 1970 Feb 10, 11, Aug 8
  37. Denis, Armand and Michaela. East Africa: 1966 May 31; 1969 undated
  38. Diamond, Henry L. Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: 1973 Mar 15, Apr 26, Jun 11, 21, Jul 31, Aug 24, Oct 24
  39. Douglas, Jack. General: 1968
  40. Dungan, Ralph A. South America: 1967 Apr 18, May 31
  41. Elizalde, Manuel, Jr. Philippines: 1969 Apr 14; 1970 Mar 2, Apr 25, Oct 16; 1971 Feb 2, Mar 20, Jun 22, Oct 8; 1972 Jan 11, Apr 2, 7, May 11, Sep 26, Oct 9, undated; 1974 Mar 8
  42. Elliot, Sir Hugh F. I. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1966 May 25, Aug 10, Oct 4, Nov 15
  43. Fitter, Richard S. R. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1968 Jun 5, 7, 15, 16; General: 1966-1968
  44. Fong, Hiram L. Pacific Islands: 1968 May 22
  45. Fontana, Omar. South America: 1968 Dec 30
  46. Fox, Robert. Philippines: 1969 Oct 10; 1970 Apr 23, 24
  47. Gabrielson, Ira N. World Wildlife Fund: 1964-1973
  48. Geigy, Rudolf. World Wildlife Fund: 1968 Jan 14, Feb 20; 1970 Mar 18
  49. Gill, Thomas P. Pacific Islands: 1969 Mar 14, Apr 28, May 16, Jul 24, Oct 16
  50. Gilmore, Warner E. Indonesia: 1967 Jun 26, Jul 10, 11, 31, Aug 23, Sep 6, 8
  51. Godfrey, Arthur. World Wildlife Fund: 1969 Jul 7; Pacific Islands: 1968 Sep 30; General: 1968
  52. Green, Marshall. Indonesia: 1967 May 8, Dec 12; 1968 Mar 1: General: 1970
  53. Grimwood, Ian. East Africa: 1962 Oct 2; 1963 Feb 14, Aug 3, Oct 2, Nov 11, Dec 8, 29; 1964 Jan 13, May 2, 29, Jul 18, Aug 1, Sep 22, Dec 4: South America: 1965 May 11, Jun 30, Aug 12, Dec 26; 1966 Feb 18, May 30, Jun 21, Jul 16, Sep 27, Oct 15, Nov 9, Dec 4; 1967 Feb 8, Apr 14, Jul 11, Sep 6, Nov 18; 1968 Jun 11; Philippines: 1974 Apr 9; General: 1968
  54. Grzimek, Bernhard. General: 1965-1971
  55. Guest, Winston F. C. World Wildlife Fund: 1970 Sep 2, Dec 17; 1971 Dec 3
  56. Gutermuth, C. R. World Wildlife Fund: 1964-1973
  57. Haleck, Pepe. Pacific Islands: 1964 Nov 26; 1965 Jan 13; 1966 Feb 28
  58. Harrisson, Tom. Philippines: 1967 undated; 1968 Dec 28; 1969 Jan 14, 17, 21, 27, 29, Feb 5, 14, Apr 27, Jul 14, Sep 15, Nov 13; International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1969 Feb, Apr 24, Jun 24
  59. Hatfield, Mark. The Belle W. Baruch Foundation: 1969 Jan 17
  60. Hickel, Walter J. General: 1968-1972
  61. Hiller, Herbert S. The Nature Conservancy: 1969 Apr 21
  62. Hoffmann, Luc. World Wildlife Fund: 1968 Feb 2, 28, Oct undated, Nov 6, 7; 1969 Jul 3, 4, 5, Aug 4, 20, Oct 9, Nov 17, Dec 16; 1971 Jul 22, Oct 12; 1972 Mar 24
  63. Holloway, Colin W. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1968 Feb 28, May 16, Jun 24, Aug 12, 19; 1969 May 22; 1971 Oct 15; 1972 Jan 14, Mar 30; 1973 May 25, Jun 13, Jul 13, Aug 8
  64. Holt, Sidney J. General: 1966-19*68
  65. Inouye, Daniel K. Pacific Islands: 1968 May 20
  66. Johnson, Huey D. The Nature Conservancy: 1968 Oct 8; 1969 Jul 25; 1971 Dec 23; 1972 Feb 9, Mar 2, Aug 31
  67. Jones, John Wesley. South America: 1966 Aug 26; 1967 Dec 29; 1968 Mar 5, 25, May 6
  68. Jouanin, Christian. General: 1967
  69. Jourde, Paul. General: 1967
  70. Kellogg, Francis L. World Wildlife Fund: 1966 Apr 18; 1969 Mar 25; 1971 Jun 15; 1973 May 16, Jul 3, 30, Aug 1, 8, 9, 13, 16, 20, 23, Oct 18; 1974 Jan 18, Feb 19, Mar 13, Apr 29
  71. Kenyatta, Jomo (S. T. Kairo, private secretary). East Africa: 1966 Mar 22, Nov 12
  72. Kleinwort, Ernest G. World Wildlife Fund: 1970 Jan 8, Dec 7, 30; 1971 Jan 5, May 10
  73. Konchellah, John L. N. Ole. East Africa: 1962 Aug 30, Sep 17, Nov 1; 1963 Jan 11, Mar 20, Apr 4
  74. Kortlandt, A. General: 1968
  75. Lamont, Austin. The Nature Conservancy: 1968 Nov 4, Dec 6, 26; 1969 Mar 11, Apr 22
  76. Leakey, Louis S. B. East Africa: 1964 Jun 2, Jul 13, Aug 13, Sep 17; 1965 Dec 17, undated
  77. Lee, H. Rex. Pacific Islands: 1964 Apr 28, May 12, 30, Jul 17, Aug 21, Sep 17, Oct 29, Dec 31; 1965 Feb 12, Jul 2, Oct 22, Dec 3; 1966 Oct 21
  78. Lewis, T. L. Pacific Islands: 1969 Aug; 1971 Mar 17, Jun 4; 1972 Aug 24, 30, Sep 19; 1973 Jul 17
  79. Lindsay, George E. Baja (CA): 1967 Oct 10; 1968 Oct 22, 24, Nov 18; 1969 Feb 4, Oct 25; 1970 Apr 17, Sep 1, Dec 8; 1971 May 12, Oct 6; 1972 Oct 31
  80. Little, Royal. General: 1966-1973
  81. Lovejoy, Thomas E. World Wildlife Fund: 1973 Dec 19; 1974 Jan 9
  82. MacPhail, Ian. World Wildlife Fund: 1965 May 7; 1967 Jun 15, Jul 10, 13, 24; 1968 Feb 1
  83. Marcos, Ferdinand E. E. Philippines: 1973 Dec 26
  84. Marcos, Imelda (Romualdez). Philippines: 1969 May 13; 1970 Jan 13, Jun 12; 1973 Aug 2
  85. Marshall, Anthony D. Madagascar: 1970 Aug 18, Sep 15, 25, Oct 3; 1971 Feb 11, Apr 10; General: 1971-1972
  86. McBride, Robert H. Baja (CA): 1972 Apr 2
  87. McCall, Tom. Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: 1971 Sep 16
  88. McDonald, David L. General: 1965-1967
  89. McHale, Thomas R. Philippines: 1969 Feb 22
  90. McHugh, J. Laurence. General: 1966-1974
  91. McVay, Scott. General: 1970
  92. Messel, Harry. General: 1968
  93. Miller, R. H. General (undated)
  94. Miller, Richard Gordon. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1966 Nov 25, Dec 5
  95. Mills, Herbert H. World Wildlife Fund: 1966-1972
  96. Mitchell, Edward. General: 1968-1969
  97. Morton, Rogers C. B. General: 1972
  98. Mountfort, Guy. World Wildlife Fund: 1971 Jan 18
  99. Mullahey, William J. Pacific Islands: 1963-1974
  100. Mungai, N. East Africa: 1967 Feb 14
  101. Murchison, John D. World Wildlife Fund: 1965 Oct 28; 1969 Mar 13, Oct 18; 1971 Feb 18
  102. Nance, John. Philippines: 1973 Jan 1; 1974 Apr 2
  103. Nelson, Gaylord. General: 1972
  104. Nicholls, Frank G. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1971 Dec 6; 1972 Dec 29; 1973 Jan 4, Feb 7, 8, May 8, Dec 26
  105. Nicholson, E. M. General: 1968
  106. Nierenberg, William A. General: 1970
  107. Nishiwaki, Masaharu. Japan: 1969 Jan 13; International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1969 Nov 21; 1970 Sep 10; 1972 Dec 11
  108. Nixon, Richard M. Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: 1971 Apr 23
  109. Nogueira-Neto, Paulo. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1969 Aug 28; 1972 Apr 26; World Wildlife Fund: 1969 Nov 17
  110. Norris, Kenneth S. The Oceanic Foundation: 1970 Apr 20, May 12, Aug 25; 1971 Jan 19
  111. Noonan, Patrick. The Nature Conservancy: 1973 Dec 7; 1974 Apr 12
  112. Olin, John M. General: 1966-1967
  113. Olson, Erwin A. South America: 1966 Sep 1, Oct 6, 12, Nov 15; 1967 Jun 13; 1968 Feb 2
  114. Oram, Harold L. World Wildlife Fund: 1965 Apr 23, Jul 13, Oct 1, 5, 27; 1966 Jan 12, Mar 24, 30, Apr 4, 6, 19, 26, 28, Aug 8, Sep 2, 6, Dec 2; 1967 Jun 15
  115. Osborn, Fairfield. New York Zoological Society: 1964 Oct 15, 30; 1966 Apr 7, 29, Sep 12; 1968 Apr 8, 24, Oct 24, Dec 20; 1969 Jan 16, undated
  116. Owen, John S. East Africa: 1965 May 14, Jul 20, Aug 13, Oct 5, Nov 4, 26; 1966 Jan 3, 18, 26, 31, Feb 11, 14, Apr 1, 15, May 26, Jun 20, Aug 1, 29; 1967 Jan 15, Mar 9, Jul 18, Aug 31, Oct 19, Dec 6, 18; 1968 Jan 4, 30, Jul 14, Nov 20; 1969 Mar 7, Oct 27; 1970 Feb 24, Oct undated, Nov 14; 1972 Jun 14
  117. Polunin, Nicholas. General: 1968-1972
  118. Pough, Richard. World Wildlife Fund: 1965 Oct 29; 1966 Sep 20; 1971 Feb 3; General: 1966-1971
  119. Preston, Frank W. World Wildlife Fund: 1968 Nov 2
  120. Pryor, Taylor. The Oceanic Foundation: 1968 Apr 16, 17, 18, Jun 11, Oct 29; 1969 Jul 2, Aug 15, 20; 1970 Feb 18, Apr 18; 1971 Mar 17, Dec 27
  121. Reischauer, Edwin. Japan. 1965 Aug 30
  122. Richards, Thomas W. The Nature Conservancy: 1968 Oct 7, Nov 1; 1969 Jan 10, Feb 25, Mar 5, 11, Sep 4, 12, Dec 4; 1970 Mar 20, 26, May 18, Jun 16; 1971 Jan 26, May 26, Jul 8
  123. Richardson, Edward T., Jr. The Nature Conservancy: 1969 Jan 2, Mar 26, Apr 1, May 29, Jul 11, Dec 23
  124. Ripley, Dillon. Madagascar: 1966 Oct 10, Dec 8; Aldabra: 1967 Aug 22, 29; World Wildlife Fund: 1973 Apr 13; General: 1965-1972
  125. Rockefeller, Godfrey A. World Wildlife Fund: 1973-1974
  126. Rockefeller, Laurence S. Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: 1970 Apr 30, May 8, Jul 21, 25, Aug 12, Sep 17, Nov 12, 20; 1971 Mar 10, Jun 10, 22, Sep 22; 1972 Jan 5, 11, Mar 3, Apr 12, Jul 14, Oct 18, 23, Dec 7: New York Zoological Society: 1970 Jun 17; 1971 Aug 27
  127. Rogers, William P. General: 1969
  128. Roosevelt, Archibald B. General: 1971
  129. Roxas, Sixto K. Philippines: 1969 Jan 30, Feb 5, Mar 30, Apr 7, 28, May 5, 19, Jun 30, Aug 26; 1970 Feb 5, Mar 4, Aug 31, Sep 3; 1971 May 3
  130. Rumsfeld, Donald. Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: 1972 Sep 15
  131. Sanvictores, Jose G. Philippines: 1969 May 13; 1972 Feb 11
  132. Schelle, William E. World Wildlife Fund: 1973 Jul 16
  133. Schenkel, Rudolf and Lotte. World Wildlife Fund: 1967 Jun 2; 1968 Jan 9; 1969 Oct 7; undated
  134. Scott, Peter. World Wildlife Fund: 1965 Jun 18; 1966 Apr 6, May 3, Jul 20, Aug 21, Sep 9, 28; 1967 Jul 20, Dec 5; 1968 Apr 22, May 29, Sep 12; 1969 May 6, Jun 6; 1970 Jan 20, 29, Feb 7, Apr 3, Nov undated; 1971 Jan 18; International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1966 Nov 15; 1967 Jun 20, Oct 31, Nov 6; 1968 Jan 31, undated, Mar 15, Apr 27, Jul 3, Aug 5; 1969 Aug 2; 1971 Nov 15; 1972 Feb 19
  135. Sheldrick, David. East Africa: 1965 Nov 9; 1967 Feb 8
  136. Simon, Noel. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1962 Sep 10; 1963 Nov 8; 1964 May 15, Aug 13, Oct 6, 21, Nov 23, Dec 9; 1965 Jun 23, Dec 22; 1966 Feb 9, May 20, Jun 14, Oct 9, 18, Nov 16; 1967 Feb 14, Apr 13, Jul 27, Aug 3, Sep 6, Nov 9, 14, Dec 4, 5; 1968 Feb 20, Apr 30, May 20, Jul 12, 15, Aug 23, Sep 23; 1969 Jan 7, Feb 28, Aug 6, 16, Sep 2, Oct 7, Nov 3
  137. Smith, Fred. Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: 1971 Sep 10; 1972 Nov 13
  138. Soemarwoto, Otto. Indonesia: 1968 Feb 12
  139. Solheim, Wilhelm G., II. Philippines: 1972 May 16
  140. Sri Budojo. Indonesia: 1967 Jun 26, Jul 11, Sep 1, 6; 1968 Jan 5; 1969 Apr 14
  141. Stark, Virgil. East Africa: 1966 Aug 26
  142. Starker, A. Leopold. Baja (CA): 1970 Jan 14, Oct 30, Nov 13; 1971 Oct 6, Nov 15; 1972 Apr 4, Jul 19
  143. Stevens, Lawrence N. Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: 1970-1973
  144. Stewart, J. McLain. World Wildlife Fund: 1971 Jun 25, Dec 20; 1973 Mar
  145. Swift, Lloyd. World Wildlife Fund: 1965-1971
  146. Talbot, Lee M. Aldabra: 1967 Jun 20
  147. Talcott, Shirley Whitney. The Nature Conservancy: 1969 Jan 6
  148. Taylor, Roy. (MN): 1970 Jul 7
  149. Thomas, Lowell. General: 1968-1972
  150. Thomas, Lowell, Jr.and Tay. General: 1968-1972
  151. Thresher, Philip B. East Africa: 1967 Oct 10, 22; 1968 Jan 17; 1972 Apr 5
  152. Togasaki, Gordon S. Japan: 1965 Jan 21, Apr 23; 1966 Dec 9; 1967 Sep 28; 1968 Apr 17
  153. Train, Russell E. World Wildlife Fund: 1966 Sep 20; 1968 Apr 10; 1969 Jan 18; General: 1963-1973
  154. Tsiang, Y. S. Taiwan: 1969 Feb 10
  155. Tufele-Faia'oga. Pacific Islands: 1964 Jun 17, Jul 5, 12, Aug 20, Sep 11
  156. Tufele, Lia F. Pacific Islands: 1964 Dec 28
  157. Turner, Myles. East Africa: 1966 Jun 6, undated.
  158. Verschuren, Jacques. Indonesia: 1967 Jun 30
  159. Villadolid, Deogracias V. Philippines: 1967 Apr 5
  160. Vincent, Jack. Madagascar: 1966 Aug 30, Sep 13, 21, 26, Oct 14; International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1966 Oct 21; 1967 Feb 7, Apr 11, May 19, Jul 7, Nov 16; 1968 Feb 17
  161. Vollmar, Fritz. World Wildlife Fund: 1965-1974
  162. Walkowicz, Thaddeus F. Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: 1971 Feb 17, Mar 10, Apr 19
  163. Warland, Moira A. G. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: 1971 Sep 1; 1972 Mar 6, Apr 14
  164. Warner, William W. Aldabra: 1967 Aug 21
  165. Watt, James G. Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: 1972 Sep 15
  166. Webley, Michael. East Africa: 1966 Jun 17, Nov 3, Dec 20; 1967 May 22, Nov 27; 1968 Jun 10
  167. Whitaker, John C. Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality: 1970 Apr 23, May 27, Jun 12, 26, Jul 13
  168. Williams, G. Mennen. Philippines: 1969 Feb 4, 5, 18, 25
  169. Woodman, Everett M. The Nature Conservancy: 1972 Oct 19, Nov 21
  170. Zaphiro, Denis R. P. East Africa: 1963 Feb 28; 1964 Apr 24, Jul 2, Sep 27; 1965 Jul 28, Sep undated, Oct 26; 1966 Aug 26; 1967 Jan 2, Sep 2; 1968 Oct 5; 1969 Feb 25; 1971 undated

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Title
Guide to the Charles Augustus Lindbergh Papers
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Under Revision
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complied by Linda Wrigley, John Espy, Mary Caldera, and staff of Manuscripts and Archives
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June 1979
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