Presidential Library Oral Histories

These oral history interviews are not available via interlibrary loan. You may contact the Vietnam Archive or the appropriate Presidential Library to obtain copies of transcripts.

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A

  • ABEL, ELIE (LBJ Oral History)
    • Journalist, foreign correspondent. 28pgs.
  • ABEL, I. W. (LBJ Oral History)
    • President, United Steelworkers of America. 52pgs.
  • ACKLEY, GARDNER (LBJ Oral History)
    • Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers. Two interviews: 35 and 47pgs. Retains copyright; written permission required to publish more than 150 words of direct quotation.
  • ACHESON, DEAN (JFK Oral History)
    • Secretary of State
  • ADAMS, EDIE (LBJ Oral History)
    • Entertainer. 16pgs.
  • ANDERSON, ROBERT B. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Businessman; friend and adviser to LBJ; Secretary of the Treasury, 1957-1961. 35pgs.
  • ANGEVINE, DAVID W. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Administrator, Farmer Cooperative Service, Department of Agriculture. 33pgs.
  • ASHMORE, HARRY (LBJ Oral History)
    • Executive editor, Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, Arkansas; Executive Vice President and later President, Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. 51pgs.

B

  • BACHELDER, TOINETTE (LBJ Oral History)
    • Career secretary in the White House. 34pgs.
  • BAIRD, CHARLES FITZ. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Financial Management, 1965-1967; Under Secretary, 1967-1968. 14pgs.
  • BAKER, JOHN A. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Assistant Secretary of Agriculture; adviser, War on Poverty Task Force; member, Board of Commodity Credit Corporation. Four interviews: 29, 46, 57 and 31pgs.
  • BARTLETT, VIDE G. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Widow of Senator E. L. "Bob" Bartlett, Alaska. Two interviews: 22 and 28pgs.
  • BELL, DAVID ELLIOTT, (JFK Oral History)
    • Director, Bureau of the Budget (1961-62); Administrator, Agency for International Development (1963-66). 1964, 1965. 169pgs. Permission Required to Cite, Quote, or Paraphrase. No Copying.
  • BELL, DAVID ELLIOTT (LBJ Oral History)
    • Director, Bureau of the Budget; Administrator, Agency for International Development. 72pgs. Retains copyright.
  • BELLMON, HENRY (LBJ Oral History)
    • Governor, Oklahoma, 1962-1966; U.S. Senator, Oklahoma, 1968-1981. 49pgs.
  • BENCHLEY, PETER B. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Speech Writer and White House Staff Assistant. 55pgs.
  • BENNETT, IVAN L., Jr. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Deputy Director, Office of Science and Technology, Executive Office of the President; member, President's Science Advisory Committee, 1966-1969. 43pgs.
  • BENNETT, ROBERT L. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Department of Interior. 44pgs.
  • BENTSEN, LLOYD, Jr. (LBJ Oral History)
    • U. S. Congressman and Senator, Texas. 10pgs.
  • BERNBAUM, MAURICE M. (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Ambassador to Ecuador and Venezuela. 40pgs.
  • BERTSCH, HOWARD (LBJ Oral History)
    • Administrator, Farmers Home Administration, Department of Agriculture, 1961-1969. 33pgs.
  • BLACKBURN, WILLIAM M. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Member, White House staff. 44pgs.
  • BOGGS, HALE (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Congressman, Louisiana; Majority Whip. Two interviews: 22 and 17pgs.
  • BOHLEN, CHARLES E. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Career diplomat; U.S. Ambassador to USSR., 1953-1957; to the Philippines, 1957-1959; to France, 1962-1967; Deputy Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, 1968-1969. 28pgs.
  • BOWLES, CHESTER (JFK Oral History and LBJ Oral History)
    • Long-time government official; U.S. Ambassador to India, 1963-1969. 67pgs.
  • BROWN, HAROLD. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Secretary of the Air Force. 33pgs.
  • BUNDY, WILLIAM P. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs; Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs. Five interviews: 42, 44, 36, 46 and 24pgs.

C

  • CALIFANO, JOSEPH A. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Special Assistant to the President. Interviewed by Robert E. Hawkinson. 41pgs.
  • CARPENTER, LESLIE (LBJ Oral History)
    • Journalist. 60pgs. Copyright retained by Elizabeth Carpenter.
  • CARTER, HODDING, JR. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Newspaper editor, Delta Democrat-Times, Greenville, Mississippi; active in the civil rights movement and the War on Poverty. 30pgs.
  • CARTER, JOSEPH H. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Speech writer for LBJ. 24pgs.
  • CASE, CLIFFORD P. (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Congressman and Senator, New Jersey. 25pgs.
  • CASPARIS, JOHN BROOKS (LBJ Oral History)
    • Childhood friend and schoolmate of LBJ. 19pgs.
  • CATER, S. DOUGLASS. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Educator, author and editor; Special Assistant to the President, 1964-1968. Two interviews: 30 and 32pgs.
  • CHRISTIAN, GEORGE E. (LBJ Oral History)
    • White House Press Secretary and Special Assistant to the President, 1966-1969. Five interviews: 14, 39, 27, 43, and 31pgs.
  • CLEVELAND, HARLAN (LBJ Oral History)
    • Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs, 1961-1965; U.S. Ambassador to NATO, 1965-1969. 44pgs. Retains copyright.
  • CLIFFORD, CLARK M. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Special Counsel to the President, 1946-1950; Secretary of Defense, 1968-1969. Nine interviews: 30, 27, 35, 36, 26, 12, 21, 6 and 11pgs. Retains copyright.
  • COOPER, CHESTER L. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Staff, National Security Council, 1964-1966; Assistant to Averell Harriman on Vietnam, 1966-1967. Three interviews: 27, 38 and 36pgs.
  • COUVE DE MURVILLE, (Jacques) MAURICE, 1907- (JFK Oral History)
    • Minister of Foreign Affairs, France (1958-68). 1964. 15pgs.
  • CROSS, JAMES U. (LBJ Oral History)
    • General, U.S. Air Force; pilot of Air Force One and Military Aide to the President, 1963-1968. Two interviews: 62 and 81pgs.
  • CUTLER, LLOYD N. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Executive Director, National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, 1968-1969. 23pgs.

D

  • DECKER, GEORGE HENRY, 1902-80 (JFK Oral History)
    • General, Chief of Staff, U.S. Army (1960-62). 1968. 45pgs. Permission Required to Quote.
  • DEMING, FREDERICK L. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Under Secretary of the Treasury for Monetary Affairs, 1965-1969. Three interviews: 36, 45 and 26pgs.
  • DICKERSON, NANCY. (LBJ Oral History)
    • News Correspondent. 35pgs.
  • DILLON, C. DOUGLAS. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Secretary of the Treasury, 1960-1965. 29pgs.
  • DUNGAN, RALPH. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Special Assistant to Presidents Kennedy and Johnson, 1961-1964; U.S. Ambassador to Chile, 1964-1967. 38pgs. Pages 34-35 are restricted; retains copyright.
  • DUTTON, FREDERICK G. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Special Assistant to President Kennedy; Organizing Director of JFK Oral History Project; Executive Director, RFK Memorial. 33pgs.

E

  • EISENHOWER, MILTON S. (LBJ Oral History)
    • President, Johns Hopkins University, 1956- 1967, 1971-1972; member, President's Commission on Government Organization, 1953-1960; Special Ambassador, Latin American Affairs, 1953, 1957-1960; Chairman, National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, 1968- 1969. 40pgs. Restricted until ten years after his death except with written permission.
  • ENTHOVEN, ALAIN C. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, 1962; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Analysis, 1965-1968. 46pgs.

F

  • FARLEY, JAMES A. (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Postmaster General, 1933-1940; Chairman, Democratic National Committee, 1932-1940. 47pgs.
  • FITT, ALFRED B. (LBJ Oral History)
    • General Counsel, Department of the Army, 1964- 1967; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Manpower and Reserve Affairs, 1967-1969. Four interviews: 31, 31, 32 and 26pgs.
  • FORRESTAL, MICHAEL V. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Assistant, National Security Council staff, 1961-1964; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, 1964-1965. 51pgs.
  • FORTAS, ABE. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court, 1965-1969; long-time friend and adviser to LBJ. 37pgs.
  • FOWLER, HENRY HAMILL. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Investment banker; Secretary of the Treasury, 1965-1968. Four interviews: 39, 30, 35, and 13pgs. Retains copyright.
  • FOX, SANFORD L. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Administrative Officer of the White House Social Entertainment Office. 31pgs.
  • FRIED, EDWARD R. (LBJ Oral History)
    • National Security Council Adviser for International Monetary Affairs and Western European Affairs, 1967-1969. Two interviews: 40 and 26pgs.

G

  • GAITHER, JAMES C. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Special Assistant to the President. Five interviews: 34, 5, 35, 13, 41pgs.
  • GAUD, WILLIAM S. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Deputy Administrator, Agency for International Development. 48pgs.
  • GOLDSTEIN, E. ERNEST. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Special Assistant to the President, 1967- 1969. Four interviews: 39, 44, 42 and 14pgs.
  • GOODPASTER, ANDREW J. (LBJ Oral History)
    • General, U.S. Army; Defense Liaison Officer and Staff Secretary to the President, 1954-1961; Assistant Division Commander, 3rd Infantry Division; Supreme Allied Commander, Europe. 47pgs.
  • GORDON, KERMIT (LBJ Oral History)
    • Economist; member, Council of Economic Advisers, 1961-1962; Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1962-1965; Vice President, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., 1965- 1967, President, 1967-1976. Four interviews: 24, 26, 22 and 27pgs.
  • GRUENING, ERNEST (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Senator, Alaska. 28pgs.

H

  • HARDESTY, ROBERT (LBJ Oral History)
    • Speech writer, Assistant to President Johnson, 1965-1972. 30pgs.
  • HARRIMAN, W. AVERELL (LBJ Oral History)
    • Governor, New York; Ambassador at Large, 1965-1968; Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs; Chief Negotiator at Paris Peace Talks on Vietnam, 1968-1969. 38pgs.
  • HAYS, WAYNE L. (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Congressman, Ohio. 15pgs.
  • HEBERT, F. EDWARD (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Congressman, Louisiana. 51pgs.
  • HEINEMAN, BEN WALTER (LBJ Oral History)
    • Business executive; Chairman, White House Conference, "To Fulfill These Rights," 1966; Chairman, President's Task Force on Government Organization, 1966- 1967; President's Commission on Income Maintenance Programs. 30pgs.
  • HEINZ, LUTHER CARL, 1912- (JFK Oral History)
    • Admiral, U.S. Navy; Regional Director for the Far East, Office of International Security Affairs, Department of Defense (1960-63); commander, cruiser-destroyer flotilla 12 (1964); staff, CINCPAC (1965). 1970. 55pgs.
  • HERSHEY, LEWIS BLAINE (LBJ Oral History)
    • Director, Selective Service System, 1947- 1969. 54pgs.
  • HILSMAN, ROGER, 1919- (JFK Oral History)
    • Director, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State (1961-63); Assistant Under Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs (1963-64). 1970. 36 pp
  • HOPKINS, WILLIAM J. (JFK Oral History and LBJ Oral History)
    • Career White House official; Executive Assistant to the President, 1966-1971. 33pgs.
  • HUGHES, PHILLIP S. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget. 29pgs.
  • HUMPHREY, HUBERT H. (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Senator, Minnesota; Vice President of the U.S., 1964-1969. Three interviews: 45, 17 and 28pgs.
  • HUNTLEY, CHESTER R. "CHET" (LBJ Oral History)
    • NBC news commentator. 31pgs.

J

  • JACOBSEN, JAKE (LBJ Oral History)
    • Texas Democratic Party worker; Special Counsel to the President, 1965-1967. 132pgs.
  • JOHNSON, LYNDON BAINES (LBJ Oral History)
    • President of the U.S., 1963-1969; Vice President, 1961-1963; U.S. Senator, Texas, 1949-1961; U.S. Congressman, Texas, 1937-1949. Interviewed by Raymond Henle on the subject of Herbert Hoover. 22pgs.
  • JOHNSON, LYNDON BAINES (LBJ Oral History)
    • President of the U.S., 1963-1969; Vice President, 1961-1963; U.S. Senator, Texas, 1949-1961; U.S. Congressman, Texas, 1937-1949. Interviewed by Robert E. McKay, Chairman, National Education Association. 25pgs.
  • JOHNSON, LYNDON BAINES (LBJ Oral History)
    • President of the U.S., 1963-1969; Vice President, 1961-1963; U.S. Senator, Texas, 1949-1961; U.S. Congressman, Texas, 1937-1949. Interviewed by Elspeth Rostow. 31 pp
  • JOHNSON, U. ALEXIS (LBJ Oral History)
    • Deputy Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, 1961-1964, 1965-1966; Deputy Ambassador to South Vietnam, 1964-1965; U.S. Ambassador to Japan, 1966-1969. 43pgs.
  • JONES, ROGER W. (JFK Oral History)
    • Deputy Under Secretary of State for Administration, 1962; Senior Consultant, Special Assistant to the Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1962-1968. 43pgs.
  • JORDEN, WILLIAM J. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs; member, U.S. Delegation to the Paris Peace Talks on Vietnam. 40pgs.

K

  • KROCK, ARTHUR (LBJ Oral History)
    • Columnist; author. 32pgs.
  • KRULAK, VICTOR (Harold), 1913- (JFK Oral History)
    • Lt. General, United States Marine Corps; specialist on counterinsurgency, Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1962-64)  1970. 22pgs. Permission Required.

L

  • LATIMER, GENE. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Student of LBJ's at Sam Houston High School, Houston, Texas; member, LBJ's Congressional staff. Three interviews: 24, 66 and 31pgs.
  • LILIENTHAL, DAVID E. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Author; Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission; Chairman, Joint Postwar Development Group, Vietnam, 1967- 1968. 26pgs.
  • LINCOLN, GOULD (LBJ Oral History)
    • Journalist, Washington Evening Star, 1909-1967. 23pgs.
  • LOCKE, EUGENE M. (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan, 1966-1967; Deputy Ambassador to South Vietnam, 1967-1968. 34pgs.
  • LODGE, HENRY CABOT, 1902-85 (JFK Oral History)
    • Senator from Massachusetts (1947-53); Ambassador to South Vietnam (1963-64, 1965-67). 1965. 36pgs. Portions Closed.

M

  • MACOMBER, WILLIAM BUTT, JR. (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Ambassador to Jordan, 1961- 1964; Assistant Administrator, Agency for International Development, 1964-1967; Assistant Secretary for Congressional Relations, Department of State, 1967-1969; Deputy Under Secretary of State for Administration, 1969-1973. 42pgs. Retains copyright.
  • MACY, JOHN W. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Chairman, Civil Service Commission, 1961-1969. Five interviews: 21, 27, 39, 34 and 6pgs.
  • MAGUIRE, CHARLES M. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Staff Assistant to the President. Three interviews: 48, 53 and 62pgs. Retains copyright.
  • MANATOS, MIKE (LBJ Oral History)
    • Special Assistant to the President for Congressional Liaison, Senate. 58pgs.
  • MANSFIELD, MICHAEL JOSEPH, 1903- JFK Oral History)
    • Senator from Montana (1953-77); Senate majority leader (1961-77). 1964. 46pgs.
  • MARKMAN, SHERWIN J. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Assistant to the President, 1966-1968. 79pgs.
  • MARKS, LEONARD H. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Assistant to General Counsel, Federal Communications Commission, 1942-1946; Director, United States Information Agency, 1965-1969. Two interviews: 58 and 30pgs.
  • MARTIN, JOHN BARTLOW (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic. 59pgs.
  • MCCLOY, JOHN J. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Assistant Secretary of War 1941-1945; President of the World Bank, 1947-1949; Coordinator of United States disarmament activities, 1961-1963. 21pgs.
  • MCCONE, JOHN A. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Director of Central Intelligence. 29pgs.
  • MCCONNELL, JOHN P. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Vice Commander-in-Chief of Strategic Air Command, 1961-1962; Deputy Commander-in-Chief, U.S. European Command, 1962-1964; Vice Chief of staff of the Air Force, 1964-1965, Chief of Staff of the Air Force, 1965-1969
  • MCPHERSON, HARRY (LBJ Oral History)
    • United States Senator, 1956-1959; Associate Counsel, 1959-1961; General Counsel, 1961-1963; Deputy Undersecretary of International Affairs, Department of the Army, 1963-1964; Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, 1964-1965; Special Assistant and Counsel to the President, 1965-1966; Special Counsel to the President, 1966-1969. 279pgs.
  • MEANY, GEORGE (LBJ Oral History)
    • President, AFL-CIO. 22pgs.
  • MOORER, THOMAS H. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Admiral, U.S. Navy; Commander, Seventh Fleet, 1962-1964; Commander in Chief, Pacific, 1964-1965; Chief of Naval Operations, 1967-1970. Two interviews: 12 and 42pgs.

N

  • NITZE, PAUL HENRY (LBJ Oral History)
    • Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1961-1963; Secretary of the Navy, 1963-1967; Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1967-1969. Two interviews: 30 and 21pgs. Restricted during his lifetime except with written permission; retains copyright.

O

  • OKUN, ARTHUR M. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers. Two interviews: 26 and 50pgs.

P

  • PACE, FRANK, JR. (Harry S. Truman Oral History and LBJ Oral History)
    • Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1949-1950; Secretary of the Army, 1950-1953; member, President Johnson's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. 17pgs.
  • PALMER, WILLISTON BIRKHIMER, 1899-1973 (JFK Oral History)
    • Director of Military Assistance, Department of Defense (1960-73). 1970. 19pgs.
  • PARSONS, James GRAHAM, 1907-91 (JFK Oral History)
    • Ambassador to Laos (1956-58); Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs (1959-61). 1969. 42pgs.
  • PATTERSON, BRADLEY HAWKES, 1921- (JFK Oral History)
    • Assistant to the secretary of President Eisenhower's Cabinet (1955-61); Executive Secretary, Peace Corps; National Security Affairs Adviser, Department of the Treasury. 1968. 57pgs.
  • PECHMAN, JOSEPH AARON (LBJ Oral History)
    • Economist and author; Executive Director, Studies on Government Finance, Brookings Institution, 1960- 1969; Consultant, Council of Economic Advisers, 1961-1968. 27pgs.
  • PIERSON, W. DEVIER (LBJ Oral History)
    • Special Counsel to the President. Three interviews: 31, 35 and 13pgs.
  • PIKE, DOUGLAS (LBJ Oral History)
    • Foreign Service Information Officer; expert on Viet Cong; author. 45pgs.
  • PROXMIRE, WILLIAM (LBJ Oral History)
    • U.S. Senator, Wisconsin. 32pgs.

R

  • READ, BENJAMIN H. (JFK Oral History and LBJ Oral History)
    • Executive Secretary of the State Department; Special Assistant to the Secretary of State. Two interviews: 30 and 35pgs.
  • REEDY, GEORGE E. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Journalist; member of LBJ's staff, 1951-1965, 1968; White House Press Secretary, 1964-1965. Sixteen interviews: 135, 42, 68, 40, 34, 64, 41, 134, 75, 32, 51 plus an eleven-page addendum, 59, 38 plus a six-page attachment, 70, 35 and 79pgs. Retains copyright.
  • RICHARDSON, ELLIOT (LBJ Oral History)
    • Long-time Government official; Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, Nixon Administration. 10pgs.
  • ROBERTS, CHALMERS M. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Journalist, Washington Post, 1949-1971. 34pgs.
  • ROCHE, JOHN P. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Professor of Political Science, Brandeis University; Special Assistant to the President, 1966-1968. 78pgs.
  • ROSTOW, EUGENE V. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, 1966-1969. 41pgs.

S

  • SALISBURY, HARRISON (LBJ Oral History)
    • Foreign Affairs Correspondent, New York Times. 34pgs.
  • SCHLESINGER, ARTHUR M., JR. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Historian; Special Assistant to the President, 1961-1964. 36pgs. Retains copyright.
  • SIDEY, HUGH (LBJ Oral History)
    • Author; Washington correspondent, Time. 47pgs.
  • SMITH, BROMLEY (LBJ Oral History)
    • Executive Secretary, National Security Council, 1961-1969. Two interviews: 37 and 29pgs.
  • SMITH, BROMLEY (LBJ Oral History)
    • Executive Secretary, National Security Council, 1961-1969. Two interviews: 37 and 29pgs.
  • SORENSEN, THEODORE CHAIKIN, 1928- (JFK Oral History)
    • Staff assistant, speech writer to Senator John F. Kennedy (1952-61); Special Counsel to the President (1961-64). 1964. 169pgs. Portions Closed..
  • SULLIVAN, WILLIAM H. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs; U.S. Ambassador to Laos and Iran. 40pgs.

T

  • TAYLOR, MAXWELL D. (LBJ Oral History)
    • General, U.S. Army; Chief of Staff, 1955- 1959; Military Representative to the President, 1961-1962; Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1962-1964; Ambassador to South Vietnam, 1964-1965; Special Consultant to the President, 1965-1969. Four interviews: 22, 26, 42 and 13pgs. Tape recordings of Interviews III and IV are restricted.
  • TEMPLE, LARRY E. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Special Counsel to the President, 1967-1969. Eight interviews: 42, 43, 42, 3, 44, 20, 46 and 10pgs.
  • THOMPSON, LLEWELLYN E., 1904-72 (JFK Oral History)
    • Ambassador to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (1957-62); U.S. Ambassador-at-Large (1962-66). 1964, 1966. 62pgs.

V

  • VALENTI, JACK (LBJ Oral History)
    • Special Assistant to the President, 1963-1966. Five interviews: 29, 46, 12, 33 and 35pgs.

W

  • WARNKE, PAUL C. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs. Three interviews: 38, 38 and 14pgs.
  • WEAVER, ROBERT C. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1966-1968. Three interviews: 49, 21 and 12pgs.
  • WHEELER, EARLE G. (LBJ Oral History)
    • General, U.S. Army; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Two interviews: 30 and 25pgs.
  • WIGGINS, J. RUSSELL (LBJ Oral History)
    • Executive Vice President and Editor, Washington Post; U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., 1968-1969. 46pgs.
  • WILSON, HENRY HALL (LBJ Oral History)
    • Administrative Assistant to the President for Legislative Liaison, 1963-1967. 17pgs.

Y

  • YARMOLINSKY, ADAM (LBJ Oral History)
    • Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense, 1961-1964; Deputy Director, War on Poverty Task Force, 1964; Special Assistant to the President, 1964-1965; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs, 1965- 1966. Three interviews: 34, 25 and 44pgs. Restricted until 11-21-91 except with written permission; retains copyright until 11-21-91.

Z

  • ZWICK, CHARLES J. (LBJ Oral History)
    • Assistant Director, Bureau of the Budget, 1965- 1968; Director, 1968-1969. Two interviews: 42 and 41pgs.