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Series Description

Box 1-9

CORRESPONDENCE, 1928-1964.

Additional Note

Correspondence, arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent
Box 10

LOG BOOKS, DIARY, AND NOTEBOOKS, ca. 1931-1954.

Scope and Content Note

Log entries of air flights made by C. M. Cooke, 1931-1948, typewritten diary, 1946, and holograph appointment and address notations
Box 11-15

SPEECHES, WRITINGS, AND INTERVIEWS, 1931-1964.

Additional Note

Holograph, typescript, carbon, mimeograph, and printed copies of speeches, radio broadcasts, articles, essays, reviews, public statements, congressional testimony, reports, interviews, and accompanying correspondence, notes, and news clippings, arranged alphabetically by title, or form in cases where no title is available, with page length of the most complete draft or copy
Box 16-25

NAVAL CAREER OFFICE FILE, 1920-1950.

Additional Note

Official correspondence, reports, memoranda, orders, vouchers, messages, notes, rosters, lists, conference papers, minutes, charts, maps, and diagrams accumulated by C. M. Cooke during his naval career. The organization of material, patterned as closely as possible after Cooke's own organization, begins with a chronological arrangement of the Navy Department orders affecting Cooke's duty assignments, continues with a chronological arrangement, by year, month, and day, of material dealing with general naval affairs, and concludes with an alphabetical arrangement of material related to major projects and assignments in which Cooke was involved. Citations to selected memoranda and reports have been added under many subseries in order to indicate the variety and significance of the material authored and collected by Cooke during his career
Box 26-29

PROJECT FILE OF COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL CHINA, SPECIAL TECHNICIAN PROGRAM (STP) TO THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA, 1949-1954.

Additional Note

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, lists, diagrams, contracts, agreements, financial records, plans, maps, and charts related to a project, coordinated by C. M. Cooke, to assist the organization, training, and equipment maintenance programs of the military services of the Republic of China (Taiwan). Arranged alphabetically by subseries
Box 30-31

PROJECT FILE OF INGALLS TAIWAN SHIPBUILDING AND DRY DOCK COMPANY (AFFILIATE OF CHINA INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION AND INGALLS TAIWAN SHIPBUILDING CORPORATION), 1956-1961.

Additional Note

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, financial statements, publicity releases, organizational charts, and diagrams related to a project, in which C. M. Cooke participated, to increase the productive capacity of shipyard facilities in Taiwan. Arranged alphabetically by subseries
Box 32-35

SUBJECT FILE, ca. 1937-1961.

Additional Note

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, charts, histories, newsletters, news clippings, notes, speeches, papers of congressional hearings, rosters, offprints, and other typewritten, mimeograph, printed, and photocopied material, arranged alphabetically by subject
Box 35

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE.

Scope and Content Note

Autobiographical and biographical material, including vitae, biographical sketches, and correspondence concerning Admiral Cooke and the Cooke family history. Also includes awards, citations, and diplomas received by Admiral Cooke
 

AUDIO-VISUAL.

Additional Note

See photo file card index
box 37, reading room workstation

DECLASSIFIED RECORDS 1932-1957

Scope and Content Note

Formerly security-classified records, released in full or in part. Includes some government records determined by the government to be unclassified. Arranged chronologically by date of release by Hoover

Container List

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1928-1964

Box 1

General

 

Unidentified

 

Adams, Mary (Mrs. W. J. B.), 1937

 

Admas, Mary Luce, 1956

 

Adamkiewicz, L. L., 1948

 

Ainsworth, Commander W. L. (Pug), 1936-1937

 

Aircraft Industries Association of America, Inc.; L. D. Webb, 1948

 

Aitcheson, Inc., 1941

 

Alden, Florence, 1962

 

Alexander, Commander J. T. (Alek), 1937-1938

 

Alford, Lieutenant Commander L. O., 1933

 

Allen, Commander Arthur A., 1949

 

Allien (Henry V.) & Co., 1936

 

American Bureau for Medical Aid to China; George E. Armstrong, 1962

 

American Legion (Department of Illinois); Karl Yost, 1962

 

American Oil Company (South Washington, Va.), 1930

 

Anderson, Admiral George W., 1961

 

Anderson, Rear Admiral W. S., 1942

 

Andrews, Rear Admiral Adolphus, 1934-1942

 

Andrews, Rear Admiral Philip, 1931

 

Ansel, Walter, 1950

 

Arkansas (University of) Alumni Association, 1930

 

Armstrong, Congressman O. K., 1951, 1953

 

Army & Navy Country Club (Washington, D.C.), 1936

 

Army & Navy Journal, 1931

 

Army & Navy Register, 1931, 1941

 

Austin, Captain M. H.; Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, Progress Analysis Group, 1958

 

Bacardi, Antonio, 1934-1935

 

Bacardi, Joaquin, 1934-1935

 

Badger, Rear Admiral Oscar, 1944-1946

 

Bagley, Rear Admiral D. W., 1941

 

Baker, Commander Wilder D., 1938

 

Ballentine, Lieutenant Commander J. J., 1937

 

Ballentine, Captain John, 1942

 

Barrett, Brigadier General C. D. (Charlie), 1942

 

Barrett, Paul L., 1942

 

Barry, Commander J. R., 1935

 

Bartholomew, Frank H.; United Press International, 1955, 1963

 

Batista, Colonel Fulgencio, Cuba, 1936

 

Beary, Commander D. B. (Red), 1930, 1937

 

Bechler, Elfriede, 1946-1947

 

Bell, Arthur F., 1960

 

Bennett, Claude; Bellvue-Stratford Hotel (Philadelphia, Pa.), 1936

 

Benson, Captain H. H. J. (Howard), 1938

 

Berguelich, C. B., 1936

 

Bieri, Commander B. H. (Bernhart), 1931, 1948

 

Blandin, J. J. (Ducky); Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., 1938-1939, 1947

 

Blandy, Commander W. H. P. (Spike), 1936-1937, 1948

 

Bloch, Admiral C. C., 1937

 

Bode, Captain Howard D., 1932-1933, 1936-1937, 1942

 

Boone, Rear Admiral W. F. (Fred), 1947, 1950

 

Bowman, Commander M. C., 1937

 

Bowman, Commander R. L., 1942

 

Boyd, Vice Admiral, Sir Denis, Great Britain, 1947

 

Bozell, L. Brent; Committee for the Goldwater Book, 1960

 

Bradley, Major General Follett, 1948

 

Brandt, Karl E., 1957

 

Brashears, Lieutenant Commander G. W., 1937

 

Brekken, Mrs. A. B., 1942

 

Bright, Captain Clarkson, 1942

 

Broadbent, Commander E. W., 1936-1937

 

Brooke, Lieutenant G. M., 1932

 

Brow, Lieutenant Commander Harold J., 1938

 

Brown, Commander M. S. (Chub), 1935

 

Brown, Lieutenant Colonel R. Duncan, 1936

 

Browning, Lieutenant Commander Miles R., 1938, 1941-1942

 

Brucker, Secretary of War Wilber M., 1958

 

Brumby, Rear Admiral F. H., 1936

 

Bryan, David Tennant, 1948

 

Buckmaster, Commander Elliott, 1937

 

Buell, Raymond Leslie, 1941

 

Bullitt, William C., 1951

 

Bunkley, Captain J. W., 1941

 

Burke, Admiral Arleigh, 1956, 1958-1961

 

Burnside, Lieutenant J. L., 1931

 

Burrough, Captain E. W. (Ed), 1942

 

Byrd, Rear Admiral Richard E., 1947-1948

Box 2

Caffery, Ambassador (to Cuba) Jefferson, 1936

 

Cain, Senator Harry, 1951

 

Calhoun, Rear Admiral W. L. (Bill), 1938, 1942, 1948

 

Carney, Robert B. (Mick), 1942

 

Carpenter, Rear Admiral A. S. (Chips), 1942, 1948

 

Carroll, Captain P. L. (Pen), 1936, 1942

 

Carter, Captain W. R. (Nick), 1936, 1941

 

Cecil (Hotel) (San Francisco, Ca.), 1937

 

Chen, Cheng, Vice President and Prime Minister of the Republic of China, 1947, 1954, 1961-1962

 

Chen, Mrs. Pearl, 1958

 

Cheng, Kai-ming, Vice Minister of National Defense, China 1947

 

Chennault, General Claire, 1950

 

Chen-yi, General, China, 1946

 

Chesterton, A. K., 1962

 

Chiang, Kai-shek, President of the Republic of China, 1947, 1950-1951, 1953-1954, 1956-1957, 1959-1960

 

Chiang, Madame Kai-shek (Soong May-ling), 1947-1948, 1952, 1957, 1959-1961, undated

 

China, Republic of. Embassy, Paris; M. L. Tuan, 1952

 

China, Republic of. Consulate General, San Francisco; Patrick P. Sun, 1958

 

China. Salt Administration - Shantung District; C. G. G. Pearson, 1947

 

China House Association; C. H. Lowe, 1955

 

China Merchants Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., 1951

 

China Tiffin Club; W. Dalton Davis, 1958

 

Chrysler Corporation, 1937

 

Church, Captain A. T., 1936-1937

 

Churchill, Winston, Prime Minister of Great Britain; J. R. Colville, 1944

 

Churchill, Mrs. Winston (Clementine S.), 1944

 

Clark, Bob, undated

 

Clark, Lieutenant Commander D. E., 1946

 

Clark, Mrs. Frances Anne, 1937

 

Clay, General Lucius D., 1947

 

Clifton, Guy L., 1936

 

Cobey, Captain E. A., 1942

 

Coblentz, E. D. (Cobbie); San Francisco Call-Bulletin, 1950-1951, 1955

 

Cochrane, E. L., 1948

 

Cole, Rear Admiral W. C., 1931

 

Cole, Congressman W. Sterling, 1953

 

Coll, Lieutenant Commander J. O. L. (Reilly), 1941-1942

 

College Graduates Against Educating Traitors at Government Expense; Harold Bailey, 1960-1961

 

Collier's Magazine; Louis Ruppel, 1949

 

Committee of One Million Against the Admission of Communist China to the United Nations, 1958-1959

 

Committee to Defend America by Aiding Anti-Communist China; Mrs. Geraldine Fitch, 1951

 

Commonwealth Club of California; Stuart R. Ward, 1958

 

Compton, Karl T., 1953

 

Conaghan, Miss Hazel S., 1942

 

Connor, Lieutenant Commander Fred W., 1937

 

Connally, Senator Tom, 1943

 

Connolly, Captain J. A. (Joe), 1946

 

Conolly, Vice Admiral R. L., 1945-1946, 1948, 1952-1953

 

Constitution Party (California); Mrs. Samuel G. (Lena Lee) Clark, 1959

 

Cooke, Alexander, 1931-1932, 1935

 

Cooke, Anne Bleecker, 1934-1937, 1941, 1950, 1960, undated

 

Cooke, Carol, undated

 

Cooke, Charles Maynard, Sr., 1936-1937, 1941-1942, 1946

 

Cooke, Mrs. Charles Maynard, Sr., 1935-1936, undated

 

Cooke, Charles Maynard, Jr. (III), 1950, 1960-1962, undated

 

Cooke, Cornelia P. (Nee), 1934-1935, 1937, 1941

 

Cooke, Elizabeth, 1937

 

Cooke, Captain H. D., 1931

 

Cooke, Commander John B., 1928, 1931-1932, 1936-1937, 1939-1940, 1947-1948, 1959, 1961-1962, undated

 

Cooke, Mary (Mrs. C. M.), 1936-1937

 

Cooke, Mary Maynard, 1937, 1950, 1963

 

Cooke, Lieutenant Commander Stephen B., 1928, 1933-1934, 1936-1937

 

Cooke, William F., 1936, 1959, 1961

 

Cooper, Harry F., 1938

 

Coward (James S.) Shoe Co., 1932

 

Crain, Ralph W., 1937

 

Crayton, Sherman G.; The Torch, 1956

 

Crenshaw, Captain Russell S., 1942

 

Crocker, George N., 1960

 

Crosbie, W. G., 1935

 

Crosby, Captain T. A., Great Britain, 1943

 

Crosley, P. C., 1942

 

Crutchfield, Commander James A., 1935

 

Culp, Captain R. S., 1936

 

Curtis, Senator Carl, 1962

Box 3

Davidson, Commander L. A. (Davy), 1933, 1937

 

Davidson, Lyal, 1934

 

Davis, Commander Arthur C., 1937

 

Davis, Monnett B., 1946-1948

 

Davis, Commander R. O., 1937, 1948

 

Dawes, Captain R. A., 1937-1938

 

Dean, Lieutenant Commander Frank H., 1932, 1937

 

Deane, Johnny, 1948

 

Defrees, Rear Admiral J. R., 1937

 

Delano, Captain Harvey, 1937

 

Denebrink, Captain F. C., 1937, 1942

 

Denfeld, Admiral Louis E., 1937, 1943, 1947, 1949

 

Desmond's (Long Beach, Ca.), 1936

 

Dessez, Captain J. H. S., 1937

 

Dickey, Lieutenant Commander Fred C., 1938

 

Dickson, George L., 1937, 1948

 

Dollar Steamship Lines (San Francisco, Ca.), 1936

 

Dollard, Captain Henry L., 1935

 

Domingo y Morales del Castillo, Andres, 1936

 

Donelson, Commander John F., 1932

 

Douglas, Senator Paul H., 1951

 

Doyle, Vice Admiral A. K. (Arty), 1957

 

Doyle, Commander T. J., 1936-1937

 

Doyle, Commander Walter E. (Red), 1933, 1937-1938

 

Duncan, Admiral Donald B. (Wu), 1937, 1953

 

DuVal, Miles, 1964

 

Duvall, Jo, 1964

 

Dyer, Lieutenant Commander George C., 1932, 1936-1937

 

Edison, Charles, 1957, 1959

 

Edwards, Admiral R. S., 1937, 1951

 

Eisenhower, President Dwight D., 1952-1953, 1961

 

Eldred, Lieutenant Commander A. W., 1936-1937

 

Eliot, George Fielding, 1962

 

English, Commander R. H. (Bob), 1931-1932, 1935-1937

 

Erck, Lieutenant C. F., 1935

 

Eurasia Travel Service (Taipei, Taiwan), 1951

 

Ewald, Commander J. B., 1936-1937

 

Ewing, Auguste B., 1951

 

Fagan, Louis, 1942

 

Fang, Rear Admiral Yin, China, 1947

 

Field, Major C. F., 1954

 

Fife, Rear Admiral James, 1937, 1945, 1948

 

Fischler, Rear Admiral Pete, 1942, 1948

 

Fisher, John W.; American Security Council, 1962

 

Fitch, Vice Admiral Aubrey W., 1945

 

Fitzgerald, James P., 1957

 

Floyd, Lieutenant William O., 1931

 

Ford, Ellsworth (see: George H. Townsend)

 

Foreign Service Educational Foundation; William C. Schmeisser, Jr., 1953

 

Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy (and Defense) James V., 1946-1949

 

Fort, Commander George H., 1936-1937

 

Freeman, Rear Admiral C. S., 1935

 

Friedell, Captain W. L. (Eph), 1937-1938

 

Galliford, Mae (Mrs. W. T. H.), 1935-1936

 

Gardner, Vice Admiral M. B. (Mat), 1955

 

Ghormley, Captain Robert L., 1938, 1945

 

Glover, Lieutenant Commander R. O., 1931

 

Goldwater, Senator Barry, 1960, 1962, 1964

 

Gordon, Emily Bamford, 1948

 

Gorham Company (Providence, R.I.), 1936

 

Gorry, Lieutenant Commander William A. (Hod), 1935-1937

 

Grant (Ulysses S.) Hotel (San Diego, Ca.); Edward S. Bernard, 1933

 

Graves, Lieutenant E. D., Jr., 1935

 

Gray, General; Veterans Administration, 1949

 

Gray, Commander A. H. (Gus), 1935

 

Great Britain. Consulate General, San Francisco, Ca.; E. W. Meiklereid, 1948

 

Greenslade, Rear Admiral J. W., 1933

 

Greenway, Reverand Cornelius, 1939

 

Gregerson, Magnus I., 1963

 

Griffin, Vice Admiral R. M. (Bob), 1942, 1947

 

Griffith Consumers Company (Washington, D.C.), 1930

 

Grisham, Lieutenant Commander Charles F., 1934-1937, 1939-1940, 1948, undated

Box 4

Guild, Captain Eugene R., 1955

 

Gulf Refining Co. (Rosslyn, Va.), 1930

 

Guy, George Frederick, 1952

 

Gwan, Terry, 1959

 

Gygax, Captain Felix X., 1938

 

Haase, Mrs. Walter, 1942

 

Haislip, H. S.; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corporation, 1936

 

Hamel, Lieutenant L. S., 1936

 

Hanan & Son Shoes (Los Angeles, Ca.), 1936

 

Hancock, Joy Bright (Mrs. Lewis), 1942

 

Handy, General Thomas T., 1948

 

Hardison, By, 1946

 

Harriman, Secretary of Commerce W. Averill, 1949

 

Hart, Rear Admiral Thomas C., 1934

 

Hawaiian Electric Co., 1932

 

Hawes, Francesca, 1937

 

Haygood, General Johnson, 1940

 

Healy, Lieutenant Commander H. R., 1938

 

Hearst, Randolph A., 1950

 

Hearst, William R., Jr., 1954

 

Hede, Lieutenant Adolph (Al), 1935, 1937

 

Heffernan, Captain John B., 1942

 

Hein, Commander H. R. (Hop), 1931, 1938-1939

 

Helm, Captain Jesse B. (Jay), 1937

 

Hepburn, Rear Admiral A. J., 1934, 1936, 1938

 

Hersey, Captain Mark L., Jr., 1935-1938

 

Hewitt, Captain H. Kent, 1937-1938, 1948

 

Hicks, Lieutenant Commander W. A.; Navy Department, Bureau of Navigation, Officer Detail Section, 1932-1933

 

Hill, Captain, Harry W., 1934, 1938-1939, 1942, 1948

 

Hill, Judge Joseph M., 1930

 

Hoffman, Congressman Clare E., 1953

 

Hoffman, Lieutenant Commander Harry D., 1937

 

Holcomb, Lieutenant General Thomas, 1942

 

Holden, Rear Admiral Carl F., 1942, 1948

 

Holloway, Rear Admiral J. L., 1948

 

Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, 1932

 

Hooker, Commander J. F., 1937

 

Hornbeck, Stanley K., 1956

 

Horowitt, Julius, 1942

 

Hoskins, H. C., 1932

 

Hou, Lieutenant General Fisher T., Republic of China, 1953

 

Howard, Roy; Scripps-Howard Newspapers, 1949

 

Hsieh, Jen-chao, 1959

 

Hsueh, Yueh, 1950

 

Huang, General J. L., Republic of China, 1951

 

Huang, Siu feng, 1949

 

Huang, S. K., Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China, 1959

 

Hudson, Captain M. F., 1942, undated

 

Hughes Hallett, Vice Admiral Cecil, Great Britain, 1953

 

Ingersoll, Vice Admiral R. E., 1938, 1942

 

International Mark Twain Society; Cyril Clemens, 1944

 

International News Service; Barry Faris, 1950

 

Izac, Congressman Ed V., 1947

 

Jackson, Senator Henry M., 1961

 

Jacobs, Captain Randall, 1936

 

Jen Ai Children's Home; Taipei International Women's Club, 1953-1954

 

Jersey, Commander Chester C., 1936-1937

 

Jessup, Ambassador-at-large Philip C., 1949

 

Johnson, Admiral A. W., 1936

 

Johnson, Captain E. A., 1933

 

Johnson, Helen (Mrs. M. W.), 1936, 1940

 

Johnson, Maynard P., 1939

 

Jones, Chesley, 1931

 

Jones, Lieuenant D. L., 1936

 

Jones, Fred L., 1939

 

Jordon, Commander Leland, 1934

 

Joslin, Hamilton B., 1940

 

Joy, Vice Admiral Charles Turner, 1950, 1952

 

Judd, Congressman Walter H.; Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals, Inc.; American-Asian Educational Exchange, Inc.; American Bureau for Medical Aid to China, 1952-1954, 1958-1962

 

Jungbluth, O. J., 1935

 

Juvenal, W. W., 1946

 

Kane, R. Keith, 1948

 

Kauffman, Vice Admiral J. L. (Reg), 1948

 

Keating, J. S., 1948

 

Kempff, Rear Admiral C. S., 1934

 

Kidd, I. C., 1934

 

Kilpatrick, Captain W. K., 1942

 

Kimmel, Admiral Husband E., 1960-1961

 

King, Fleet Admiral Ernest J., 1942, 1945-1946, 1948-1950

 

King, Samuel W., 1931

 

Kinkaid, Admiral Thomas C., 1934-1936, undated

 

Kirk, Captain Alan G. (Bill), 1937, 1942, 1962

 

Knowland, Senator William F., 1950-1951, 1954

Box 5

Kohlberg, Alfred and Ida; Alfred Kohlberg, Inc.; American China Policy Association; Citizens Foreign Relations Committee, 1949-1961, miscellaneous; (contains copies of numerous letters from Kohlberg to third parties)

Box 6

Krause (Fred W.) Agency, 1937

 

Kubeck, Anthony, 1960

 

Kwei, C. S., 1953-1954

 

Kwei, General Yun-chin, Republic of China, 1947, 1950-1954

 

Ladd, Lieutenant Colonel Jesse A., 1937

 

Lademan, Joseph U., Jr., 1950-1951

 

Land, Rear Admiral E. S. (Jerry), 1936-1937, 1942

 

Laning, Captain Richard B., 1960

 

Lansdale, Maria H., 1934

 

Lauman, Commander P. G. (Phil), 1935

 

Lawrence, Raymond; Oakland Tribune, 1954-1955 (correspondence with Shih-chi Wu attached)

 

Leahy, Fleet Admiral William D., 1953

 

Leary, Captain Herbert F., 1937

 

Lee, K. S., 1957

 

LeTang, Linus L., 1957

 

Leverton, Captain J. W., Jr., 1958

 

Lewis, Fulton, Jr., 1955

 

Lewis, Captain H. K., 1942

 

Li, Colonel David, Republic of China, 1950

 

Li, Sien-liang, 1948, 1955-1956

 

Li, Dr. Ti-tsun, Chinese Ambassador to Turkey, 1952

 

Liang, Admiral Hsu-chao, Republic of China, 1956

 

Liberty Lobby, undated

 

Liebman, Marvin; Committee of One Million; American-Asian Educational Exchange, Inc.; American Emergency Committee for Tibetan Refugees, 1957, 1959-1960, 1962

 

Lincoln, G. A. (Abe), 1948

 

Lind, Commander W. L., 1934

 

Lindsay, Commander L. E. (Cardinal), 1937

 

Litchfield-Speer, Captain J. S. S., Great Britain, 1946

 

Little, Brigadier General Louis M., 1934

 

Liu, Rear Admiral Hoh Tu, Republic of China, 1956, 1962

 

Lockwood, C. A., Jr., 1942

 

Loder, Commander Ames, 1937

 

Loeb, William, 1963

 

London, Captain J. J., 1935

 

Longstaff, Lieutenant John B., 1931

 

Longstaff, Vee (Mrs. John B.), 1937

 

Low, Vice Admiral F. S., 1937, 1948, 1954

 

Lowe, A. B., undated

 

Lowe, Commander Loper, 1936-1937

 

Lowry, Rear Admiral F. J., 1948

 

Luce, Bill, 1945

 

Luce, Charlotte, 1936

 

Luce, Henry R.; Time and Life, 1952, 1961

 

Luckel, Commander Frank, 1937, 1942

 

Lynch, Robert M., 1962

 

Ma, Chi Chuang, 1952

 

MacArthur, General Douglas, 1947, 1950, 1952

 

McCandlish, Bain V., 1937, 1948

 

McClean, Lieutenant Commander H. H. (Tex), 1935, 1937

 

McCormick, Vice Admiral Lynde D., 1942, 1948

 

McCrea, John, 1948

 

McElroy, C. W., 1921

 

McElroy, Secretary of Defense G. W.; Charles A. Coolidge, 1958

 

MacFarlane, Scott Bartlett, undated

 

McGee, William, 1948

 

MacMillan, Alexander, 1936-1937, 1946

 

MacMillan Company, 1953

 

MacMillan, Sally Willoughby, 1946

 

Mandel, Benjamin; U.S. Senate, Committee on the Judiciary, Internal Security Subcommittee, 1960

 

Manly, Captain M. E., 1935

 

Manor Club (Washington, D.C.), 1928

 

Mansfield, Congressman Mike, 1947

 

Markham, Sir Henry V., Secretary of the Admiralty, Great Britain, 1946

 

Marshall, Ed, 1948

 

Marshall, Secretary of State George C., 1946-1948

 

Mayhew, Dorothy Ford, 1945

 

Mechem, Edwin, 1941

 

Merwin, Davis, 1961

 

Miles, Rear Admiral Milton E., 1951

 

Miller, L. H., 1934

 

Minute Women of the U. S. A., Anita Phister, 1960

 

Mitscher, Commander M. A., 1938

 

Molinet, Elise (Mrs. Joaquin), 1934

 

Montgomery, George S., Jr., 1957

 

Moon, Carl; Brookings Institution, 1942, 1948

 

Moore, Lieutenant Commander C. G., 1936

 

Moore, Rear Admiral C. J. (Charlie), 1937, 1942, 1963

 

Morand, Commander C. G., 1945

 

Morgan, Gail, 1936

 

Morgan, R. E., 1942

 

Moreell, Admiral Ben, 1942, 1961

 

Morison, Samuel E., 194-

 

Morris, Lieutenant Commander Earl W. (Crusty), 1937

 

Mountbatten, Admiral Lord Louis, 1943-1944

 

Mudgett, Katherine (Mrs. William A.), 1958

 

Murphy, Rear Admiral M. E., 1952

 

Murphy, Captain V. R., 1940, 1942

 

Murray, Lieutenant Commander Chauncey R., 1936

 

Murray, Lieutenant Commander S. S. (Sunshine), 1936-1937

Box 7

Naquin, Lieutenant Oliver F., 1940

 

Nash, Ernest T., 1949-1953, undated

 

National Cyclopedia of American Biography, 1955

 

National Geographic Society, 1944

 

National Majestic Radio & Electric Company, 1939

 

National War College, 1956

 

Naval Clothing Depot (Brooklyn, N.Y.), 1947

 

Naval Historical Foundation, 1948

 

Naval Order of the United States, General Commandery, 1947

 

Navy Ball Committee, Biltmore Hotel (Los Angeles, Ca.), 1933

 

Navy Relief Society; Admiral J. O. Richardson, 1944

 

Need, Lieutenant Commander Harry W., 1937

 

Nelson, Walter, 1942

 

New York Herald-Tribune, 1936-1937

 

Newsweek Magazine, 1960

 

Newton, Captain John Henry, 1937

 

Ni, Admiral Yue-si, Republic of China, 1952, 1961

 

Nicholson, Lieutenant Commander T. A., 1940, 1942

 

Nielson, Lorena, 1937

 

Nimitz, Fleet Admiral Chester W., 1946-1947, 1962

 

Nixon, Commander E. B. (Nick), 1935

 

Nixon, Vice President Richard M., 1958, 1960

 

Norman, Lieutenant Commander R. G., 1942

 

Noyes, Charlotte Luce (Mrs. Boutelle), 1936-1937, 1940, 1945, undated

 

Noyes, Pauline (Mrs. R. B.), 1938-1942

 

Odlin, Commander L. A., 1936

 

Ogan, Captain J. V., 1938

 

Olsen, Rear Admiral C. E., 1944

 

Orem, Captain Howard, 1950

 

Orville, Commander H. T., 1942

 

Osborne, John; Life Magazine, 1952

 

Osment, William; Guantanamo & Western Railroad Co., 1934-1936

 

Osterhaus, Rear Admiral Hugo W., 1936-1937

 

Ostermann, Colonel E. A., 1934-1937

 

Ouang, Max and Eppie, 1948

 

Pace, Lieutenant Commander Leo L., 1935-1937

 

Pacific Coast Club, 1937

 

Painter, William L., 1946-1947

 

Palma, Jose, 1935

 

Pan American Airways; Colonel Clarence Young, 1937

 

Parks, Doris (Mrs. Benjamin S.), 1958, 1961-1962

 

Parsons, Lieutenant Commander W. S. (Deak), 1936-1938

 

Paul, Edith (Mrs. W. W.), 1936, 1940

 

Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy R., 1947

 

Peel, J., 1947

 

Persons, Rear Admiral H. S., 1958

 

Peterson, Lieutenant Commander E. B. (Pete), 1937

 

Pfeiffer, Colonel O. T. (Omar), 1942

 

Pinkerton, C. F., 1951

 

Pond, T. E., 1934

 

Popham, Captain and Mrs. W. S. (Bill and Louisa), 1942

 

Portsmouth, Va. Chamber of Commerce, 1943

 

Possony, Stefen T., 1960

 

Pownall, Commander Charles A. (Baldy), 1938

 

President's Board of Consultants on Foreign Intelligence Activities; Brigadier General John F. Cassidy, 1957

 

Prouty, Senator Winston L., 1962

 

Purnell, Captain W. R. (Speck), 1933, 1938

 

Putman, Charles E., 1964

 

Putnam, Abby, 1945

 

Pye, Admiral W. S.; U.S. Naval War College, 1943

 

Pyroil Company, 1937

 

Quinn, Major General William W., 1960

 

Radford, Admiral Arthur W., 1953-1955, 1958-1959

 

Raguet, Commander E. C. (Ed), 1934-1935

 

Ramsey, D. C., 1937, 1946

 

Randolph, John, 1935, 1936

 

Ransom, Mollie (Mrs. P. C.), 1934

 

Read, Commander O. M. (Monk), 1931-1932

 

Reader's Digest, 1941, 1949-1950

 

Rees, W. L., 1948

 

Reichmuth, Rear Admiral F. L. (Dutch), 1936, 1942

 

Reifsnider, Rear Admiral L. F., 1948

 

Reinicke, Commander F. G. (Red), 1936

 

Reinider, Rex, 1948

 

Reynolds, Elizabeth, 1937

 

Rhee, Syngman, President of the Republic of South Korea, 1955

 

Rice, Mr. L. P., 1934

 

Richardson, Admiral James O., 1935-1937, 1939

 

Rivers, Congressman L. Mendel, 1963

 

Roach, J. T., 1940

 

Robertson, Assistant Secretary of State Walter, 1954, 1958-1959

 

Robinson, Senator Joe T.; Pearl Hendricks, 1930

 

Robinson, S. M.; Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, 1948

 

Rodgers, James L. (Ducky), 1936-1937

 

Rogers, Lieutenant Commander Edward B., 1937

 

Rood, George A., 1935-1936, 1948

 

Roosevelt, Nicholas; New York Times, 1944

 

Roper, Captain Clifford H. (Stony), 1942

 

Rosendahl, Captain C. E., 1942

 

Rossell, Henry E. (Moose), 1930, 1948

 

Roswall, Lieutenant Commander Paul E., 1937

 

Rothwell, C. Easton, 1960

 

Rowley, Lieutenant Commander Welton, 1942

 

Royce, Don, 1948

 

Rupertus, Lieutenant Colonel W. H., 1937

 

Rutter, Commander J. B., 1936

Box 8

Sabel, Captain F. L.; Chinese Maritime Customs, 1947-1948

 

Sabin, Captain L. S., 1946-1947

 

Salisbury, Stanton W., 1944, 1948

 

San Francisco Chronicle; Paul C. Smith, 1948

 

San Francisco Council of Republican Women; Vere de Vere Adams Hutchins (Mrs. Robert B.), 1956

 

Santa Fe Railroad (Long Beach, Ca.), 1937

 

Saturday Evening Post, 1948, 1958-1959

 

Saurette, Lieutanant J. O. (Joe), 1934-1935

 

Scandland, Captain Francis W., 1936-1937

 

Schlichtiger, J. H., 1947

 

Schuyler, Franklin J., 1932

 

Scoville, Lieutenant Commander J. A., 1936

 

Scudder, Congressman Hubert B., 1949

 

Seattle, Washington. Chamber of Commerce, 1937

 

Severt, R. W., 1951

 

Seyfried, Lieutenant Commander J. H., 1938

 

Sharp, Captain Alexander (Sandy), 1937, 1948

 

Sharpe, Norvelle, W., 1937

 

Shaw, James, 1950

 

Sheaffer (W. A.) Pen Co., 1936

 

Sheehan, Jerry, 1936-1937

 

Shen, Chang-huan; Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China, 1954

 

Sherman, Captain Frederick C. (Ted), 1937, 1942

 

Sherman, Fannie (Mrs. Frederick C.), 1942

 

Sherman, Admiral Forrest P., 1946, 1950

 

Shih, Chao-ying; Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China, 1950

 

Simons, Commander R. B. (Bentham, Bill), 1942

 

Sims, Admiral William S., 1934

 

Smeallie, Captain John M., 1932

 

Smedberg, Vice Admiral William R. (Smeddy), 1946, 1963

 

Smellow, Lieutenant Morris, 1936-1937

 

Smith, John J., 1958

 

Smith, Admiral W. W. (Poco), undated

 

Smith News Company (San Francisco, Ca.), 1951

 

Snyder, Rear Admiral C. P.; U.S. Naval War College, 1937

 

Sokolsky, George, 1959

 

Soong, Ching Ling (Madame Sun Yat-sen), 1946

 

Soong, Laura (Mrs. T. V.), undated

 

Soong, Stassen Y. C., 1959

 

Soong, T. V., 1946

 

Sourwine, J. G., 1959

 

Sparkman, Senator John J., 1951

 

Spears, Captain W. O., 1936

 

Spiller, Rufe, 1949

 

Spivak, Lawrence E., 1962

 

Sprague, Rear Admiral Thomas L., 1947-1948

 

Spruance, Raymond, 1948

 

Stakemiller, Mr., 1936

 

Standard Oil Company of New Jersey (Washington, D.C.), 1930

 

Stark, Admiral Harold R., 1941-1942, 1947-1949, 1951 (with letter from Dwight Eisenhower to Stark attached)

 

Steel, A. T.; New York Herald-Tribune, 1946-1947

 

Steele, Captain J. M., 1948

 

Stewart, Captain G. V., 1937

 

Stone, Rear Admiral Ellery W., 1944-1945

 

Stone, Captain Ellis S., 1934, 1936-1937, 1942, undated

 

Strausz-Hupé, Robert, 1945

 

Stuart, Marie (Mrs. Harry A.), 1942-1943, 1946

 

Stuart, Ambassador (to China) J. Leighton, 1947-1948

 

Sulzberger, Mrs. Iphigene Ochs, 1944

 

Sun, General Li-jen, 1952

 

Swanson, Rear Admiral C. A., 1947

 

Swenson, Lieutenant Commander Lyman K., 1937

 

Taft, Senator Robert, 1951

 

Tan, Koh Choh; Chung Shing Jit Pao, Ltd., 1952

 

Tang, Ka Ting, 1946

 

Taylor, Roger C.; U.S. Naval Institute, 1963(?)

 

Theiss, Commander Paul S., 1939

 

Thomas, Dorsey O., 1948, 1964

 

Thompson, Edith, 1940-1941

 

Thompson, H. Keith, 1946-1947

 

Thurber, H. R., 1948

 

Tisdale, Commander Mahlon S., 1936

 

Todd, Captain Ford A., 1934-1935, 1937

 

Townsend, George H., and Ford, Ellsworth (Lank), 1936

 

Train, Captain Harold C., 1937-1938, 1942

 

Trammell, Niles; National Broadcasting Company, 1944

 

Truman, President Harry, 1945

 

Trump, H. R., 1937

 

Tsen, Captain T. C., Republic of China, 1956-1957

 

Tsiang, Tingfu F., 1951

 

Tso, Chang-chin; Chinese Customs Service, 1948

 

Tu, Hoh, 1958-1959

Box 9

Union Pacific Railroad Co. (Los Angeles, Ca.), 1937

 

United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia; Arthur L. Carson, 1956

 

U.S. Army. Office of the Chief of Military History, 1959-1960

 

U.S. Comptroller General, 1938-1939

 

U.S. Consulate, Santiago, Cuba; William P. Blocker, 1936

 

U.S. Consulate General, Shanghai, China; Paul W. Meyer, 1947

 

U.S. Consulate General, Taipei, Taiwan; Robert C. Strong, 1950

 

U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service; Bruce G. Barber, 1956

 

U.S. Embassy, Taipei, Taiwan; K. L. Rankin, 1953

 

U.S. Naval Academy. Alumni Association, undated

 

U.S. Naval Academy. Navy Athletic Association, 1936

 

U.S. Naval Air Station, Anacostia, D.C., Ship's Service Store, 1936-1937

 

U.S. Naval Institute, 1938-1941, 1954, 1960

 

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Anacostia, D.C., 1932, 1937

 

U.S. Navy. Bureau of Navigation, Library; Isabel Dubois, 1931

 

U.S. Navy. Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Special Payments Division, 1933, 1950

 

U.S. Navy. Eleventh Naval District Library, 1937

 

U.S. Navy. Hydrographic Office, 1934, 1936

 

U.S. Senate. Internal Security Subcommittee; Senator McCarran, 1951

 

U.S. Treasury Department. Bureau of Customs, 1936

 

Upham, Rear Admiral F. B., undated

 

Van de Carr, Commander James C., 1935-1937

 

Wall, Jimmie G., 1948

 

Waltham Watch Company, 1932

 

Wang, General Shu-ming, Republic of China, 1957-1958

 

Ware, Commander James G., 1937-1938, 1942

 

Warlick, Lieutenant Commander William W. (Walter), 1937, 1948

 

Warner, Rawleigh, 1948

 

Warren, Governor Earl, 1950

 

Wedemeyer, General Albert C., 1944, 1949-1950, 1953, 1959-1962

 

Wei, Captain C. M., China, 1947

 

Welker, Lieutenant Commander George W., 1936-1937

 

Welch, Robert; John Birch Society, 1959

 

Wellbrock, Commander J. H. (Jack), 1937

 

Wheeler, C. Julian, 1942, 1963

 

Wheeler, Doanda (Mrs. Julian), 1960

 

White, Captain R. A., 1936

 

Whitney, W. L., 1934

 

Wilkens (John H.) Company (Los Angeles, Ca.), 1937

 

William, Maurice; American China Policy Association, undated

 

Willoughby, Major General C. A.; Foreign Intelligence Digest, 196-

 

Willson, Russell, 1948

 

Wilson, A. Vincent, 1953-1954

 

Wiltse, Commander L. J., 1937

 

Wingo, Congressman Otis, 1930

 

Woods, Captain J. S., 1938

 

Woods, Lieutenant Colonel S. A. (Sam); 1937-1938

 

World Affairs Council of Northern California; Monroe E. Deutsch, 1950

 

Wortman, Captain Ward K., 1931

 

Worden, Lieutenant Commander Frank L., 1937

 

Wright, Commander C. H., 1937-1938

 

Wu, Shih-chi, 1953, 1955

 

Wylie, Evan M., undated

 

Wynkoop, Rear Admiral T. P. (Tom), 1948

 

Yang, Lieutenant Hsi-han, Republic of China, 1954, 1961

 

Yang, Paishen (Lieutenant Colonel Sammy Young) Republic of China, 1954-1955

 

Yeh, George K. C., Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China, 1950-1954, 1956-1957, 1960-1961, 1963

 

Yen, C. K., Minister of Finance, Republic of China, 1960-1961

 

Yin, K. Y., 1951

 

Yik, Chen Yeh, 1952

 

Young Americans for Freedom, Bay Area Association; James Ashley, 1961

 

Yu, James, Chinese Ambassador to Italy, 1954

 

Yu, Ta-wei, Minister of Defense, Republic of China, 1951, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1960

 

Zacharias, Commander E. M., 1934-1935

 

Zemke, Captain Eric, 1932-1933, 1948, 1960

 

Ziroli, Lieutenant Commander Humbert W. (Tony), 1931

 

Miscellaneous

 

LOG BOOKS, DIARY, AND NOTEBOOKS, 1931-1954(?)

Box 10

Aviators Flight Log Book, 1931-1945

 

Aviators Flight Log Book, 1945-1948

 

Diary, January-May 1946

 

Notebooks (3), undated

 

Address book

 

SPEECHES, WRITINGS, AND INTERVIEWS, 1931-1964

Box 11

Admiral King's Return to Active Command in 1940 at the Age of 62, undated. Typescript drafts with carbon copies.

Physical Description: 3 pages.
 

The Army's Need for Big Carriers and a Marine Corps, undated. Typescript drafts with carbon copies.

Physical Description: 9 pages.
 

Background of Our Strategy in the Second World War, undated. Typescript draft (incomplete).

Physical Description: 5 pages.
 

The Battle of Taiwan, March 5, 1950, published as a newspaper article, April 16, 1950. Typescript drafts; printed copies.

Physical Description: 4 pages.
 

Bombing North Korean Towns, undated. Carbon copies of typescript draft.

Physical Description: 2 pages.
 

Buck Peters Cleans Up the Town, by Charles Maynard (Cooke), ca. 1932 or 1933. Typescript draft with carbon copy.

Physical Description: 17 pages.
 

Casablanca Conference, undated. Typescript drafts with carbon copies.

Physical Description: 6 pages.
 

The Coming Communist Leadership, June 1946. Typescript draft; carbon copies of another typescript draft.

Physical Description: 9 pages.
 

Comments on Draft of Manuscript 'U.S. Army in World War II, The War in the Pacific, Strategy and Command: Turning the Tide, 1941-1943' by Louis Morton, August 14, 1959. Carbon copy of typescript; photocopies with letter addressed to the Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Military History.

Physical Description: 38 pages plus enclosures.
 

Creative Authority, April-May 1959. Typescript draft.

Physical Description: 17 pages.
 

The Development and Use of the Armed Forces, April 11, 1958. Typescript draft.

Physical Description: 3 pages.
 

Far East and Where to Go From Here, remarks made before the Camp Pendleton Monthly Officers' Seminar, ca. 1954-1955. Carbon copies of typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 23 pages.
 

Fitness Records and Selection for Promotion, United States Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol. 57 (May 1931), 647-652. Reprints.

Physical Description: 6 pages.
 

The Foreign Policy Survey Board, proposal submitted to President's Consultants Commission on International Intelligence Activities, 1956. Carbon Copies of typescript drafts.

Physical Description: 5 pages.
 

Forty-Two Years in the Navy, undated. Typescript draft.

Physical Description: 10 pages.
 

Growth and Genesis of Freedom, undated. Typescript draft.

Physical Description: 5 pages.
 

How Formosa Was Dropped But Did Not Fall, ca. 1952-1953. Typescript draft with carbon copy.

Physical Description: 8 pages.
 

Importance of Quemoy to World Communism, speech delivered before the Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco, California, Spetember 26, 1958. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript; printed transcript; printed copy reproduced in Vital Speeches, October 15, 1958.

Physical Description: 11 pages.
 

Indo China - Laos, undated. Carbon copy of typescript draft.

Physical Description: 4 pages.
 

Interview with Charles M. Cooke, by John Osborne, Sonoma, California, June 4, 1952. Typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 43 pages.
 

Interview with Charles M. Cooke, by Frank H. Bartholomew, Sonoma, California, November 21, 1948. Wire service copy; newspaper copies.

Physical Description: Approximately 4 typed pages.
 

Inteview with Charles M. Cooke, by Frank H. Bartholomew, May 16 and 25, 1954. Typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 5 pages.
 

Interview with Charles M. Cooke, by Frank H. Bartholomew, Sonoma, California, October 13, 1958. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript; wire service copy.

Physical Description: 3 pages.
 

Interview with Charles M. Cooke, by Frank H. Bartholomew, Sonoma, California, May 31, 195-. Carbon copy of typewritten wire service copy; wire service copy.

Physical Description: 3 pages.
 

Interview with Charles M. Cooke, by Charles R. Moore, Sonoma, California, May 16, 195-. Wire service copies.

Physical Description: 3 pages.
 

Interview with Chiang Kai-shek, by Charles M. Cooke, Taipei, Taiwan, March 17, 1959. Multiple copies of typescript and carbon copy drafts; wire service copy; newspaper copy, April 17, 1959; letter to Huang Shao-ku, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China.

Physical Description: 6 pages.
 

Interview with Chiang Kai-shek, by Charles M. Cooke, undated. Typescript draft with miscellaneous questions.

Physical Description: 10 pages.
Box 12

The Joint Chiefs of Staff. Why Always the Whipping Boy? January 22, 1958. Carbon copies of typescript draft; photocopies; galley proof prepared for publication but not accepted.

Physical Description: 6 pages.
 

Keeping (the) Fleet at Sea, undated. Typescript drafts with carbon copies.

Physical Description: 2 pages.
 

Letters to editors. Numerous typescript, carbon copy, and mimeograph letters, ca. 1950-1964.

 

The Liberalisms of the Two Parties, January 1949. Typescript and carbon copy drafts.

Physical Description: 16 pages.
 

Lieutenant Commander Chen Runs the Gauntlet, undated. Typescript and carbon copy drafts.

Physical Description: 10 pages.
 

The Line Officer Problem, United States Naval Institute Proceedings, Vol. 65 (November 1939). Reprints.

Physical Description: 12 pages (1587-1598).
 

Marshall Island Attack, address to the National Executive Committee, American Legion, Washington, D.C., February 1, 1944. Typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 9 pages.
 

Memorandum on the Situation in China, prepared for James Fulton, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Foreign Affairs, March 28, 1948. Carbon copy of typescript.

Physical Description: 2 pages.
 

Memorial Day Talk, Bubbling Well Cemetary, Shanghai, China, May 30, 1946. Typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 6 pages.
 

Naval Defense of the United States, address delivered to the Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia, June 15, 1940. Mimeograph transcript; printed copies; correspondence.

Physical Description: 13 pages.
 

Naval Strategy of the Far East, speech at the National Defense College, Taipei, Taiwan, December 18, 1953. Mimeograph.

Physical Description: 8 pages.
 

Navy Day Address, undated. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 10 pages.
 

Navy Day Address, broadcast from U.S.S. S-47, Honolulu, Hawaii, October 27, 1931. Carbon copies of typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 10 pages.
 

Navy Day Address, 1935. Typescript transcript.

Physical Description: 9 pages.
 

Navy Day Address, Portsmouth, Virginia, October 27, 1943. Mimeograph transcripts; correspondence.

Physical Description: 6 pages.
 

The Navy--Pearl Harbor to the Philippines, remarks before the National Geographic Society meeting, Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C., November 17, 1944. Mimeograph transcript; typescript transcript of entire program.

Physical Description: 30 pages.
 

News dispatch on Russo-Chinese military alliance, published as a newspaper article, February 17, 1950. Printed copy.

Physical Description: 2 columns.
 

Notes on Military Operations Required for Restoration of Freedom in East Asia and Western Pacific, memorandum prepared for Minister of Defense Yu Ta-Wei, Republic of China, May 28, 1960. Carbon copy of typescript.

Physical Description: 6 pages.
 

Notes on the Advantages of Being Assigned to Line Officers Duties in the Navy Following Graduation from the Naval Academy, January 17, 1953. Carbon copy of typescript.

Physical Description: 10 pages.
 

Notes on the Strategic Aspects of Crusade Against World Communist Aggression, undated. Carbon copies of typescript.

Physical Description: 10 pages.
 

Organization of the Armed Services Establishments in Washington, comments and recommendations by C. M. Cooke, ca. 1953. Typescript and carbon copy drafts.

Physical Description: 17 pages.
 

Our Policies and Prospects in the Far East, speech delivered before The Economic Club of Detroit, Detroit, Michigan, September 26, 1949. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript; mimeograph copies; printed copy and reprints of speech as reproduced in Vital Speeches, December 15, 1949.

Physical Description: 14 pages.
 

Outline of projected memoir subjects, September 1961. Typescript draft (incomplete).

Physical Description: 9 pages.
 

A Policy of Freedom, 1952. Typescript and carbon copy article drafts.

Physical Description: 21 pages.
Box 13

Preceptorial on the Battle of the Philippines, made before Secretary of War Stimson, Assistant Secretary Gates, and Admiral King, ca. 194-. Typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 21 pages.
 

Proposals for eliminating militant world communism, April 30, 1954. Typescript.

Physical Description: 2 pages.
 

Quemoy: The Immediate Threat to Peace, Collier's, October 14, 1955. Typescript draft entitled Why Does the Kremlin Want Quemoy?; carbon copies of typescript drafts and revisions; correspondence; reprints.

Physical Description: 6 pages.
 

The Relation of the China Situation to Possible World War, excerpts from a speech delivered to the Berkeley City Commons Club, February 4, 1955. Carbon copies of typewritten transcript; typescript draft (incomplete).

Physical Description: 9 pages.
 

The Relationship Between French Policy and Strategy in the War of the Coalition, 1778-1783, and Its Lessons to Us, thesis submitted to the Department of Intelligence, Naval War College, February 1, 1934. Typescript.

Physical Description: 47 pages.
 

The Relationship in War of Naval Strategy, Tactics, and Command, with Special Reference to Aircraft and Submarines, thesis submitted to the Department of Intelligence, Naval War College, May 7, 1934. Typescript.

Physical Description: 22 pages.
 

Relationship of Military Preparedness to the National Policy and the National Interests of a Democracy, undated. Holograph draft.

Physical Description: 7 pages.
 

Review of The Conscience of a Conservative by Barry Goldwater, May 6, 1960. Typescript and carbon copy drafts.

Physical Description: 4 pages.
 

Review of Formosa by Joseph W. Ballentine, undated. Carbon copies.

Physical Description: 5 pages.
 

The Road to Defeat? October 24, 1960. Carbon copies of typescript.

Physical Description: 6 pages.
 

The Road to Rehabilitation, June 15, 1959. Typescript drafts (incomplete).

Physical Description: 12 pages.
 

Scraps of Paper, April 7, 1958. Typescript drafts.

Physical Description: 5 pages.
 

Shanghai Destitute But People Welcome Nationalist Bombing, March 3, 1950. Carbon Copy of typescript.

Physical Description: 4 pages.
 

Should We Have a Single Department for Our Armed Forces? remarks made in radio broadcast (America's Town Meeting), November 15, 1945. Typewritten transcript; correspondence.

Physical Description: 4 pages.
 

Should We Recognize the Chinese Communist Government? remarks made in radio broadcast (America's Town Meeting of the Air), December 6, 1949. Typescript and carbon copy transcripts; mimeograph transcript; printed transcript.

Physical Description: 3 pages.
 

Soldiers Need Wings: The Development of Ground-Air Forces, Foreign Affairs, Vol. 27 (July 1949). Carbon copy of typescript draft; printed copies.

Physical Description: 11 pages.
 

Solution to Hypothetical Operational Problem, submitted to the Naval War College, March 20, 1934. Typescript.

Physical Description: 28 pages.
 

Solution to Hypothetical Problem in International Law Concerning the Pact of Paris, August 1928, submitted to the Department of Intelligence, International Law, Naval War College, January 1934. Typescript.

Physical Description: 36 pages.
 

Speech delivered on the occasion of the launching of the Timothy Pickering, Richmond Shipbuilding Corporation, Richmond, California, March 28, 1942. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 9 pages.
 

Speech delivered to the officers and crew of the U.S.S. Pennsylvania, December 10, 1941. Carbon copy of typescript; mimeograph.

Physical Description: 1 page.
 

Speech to the graduating class, Tsingtao American High School, Tsingtao, China, June 27, 1947. Typewritten transcript; correspondence.

Physical Description: 4 pages.
 

Speech on the situation in Taiwan, March 16, 1950. Typewritten transcripts.

Physical Description: 13 pages.
 

Speech commemorating American independence, prepared for radio broadcast, Taipei, Taiwan, July 4, 1950. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 2 pages.
 

Speech on combined military operations, delivered in MND (Ministry of National Defense, Taiwan -?), January 5, 1951.

 

Speech on the situation in Taiwan, made in radio broadcast on the Voice of Free China, January 22, 1952. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 6 pages.
 

Speech on Korea and East Asia, made in radio broadcast, November 2, 1952. Typewritten transcripts.

Physical Description: 7 pages.
 

Speeches on American foreign policy and military strategy, made in radio broadcasts ( Bob Siegrist and the News) in Wisconsin, August 28-30, 1957. Mimeograph transcripts of remarks and question and answer sessions.

Physical Description: 8 pages each.
Box 14

Speech on conduct of military personnel while on shore leave, Shanghai, China, ca. 1946-1948. Mimeograph transcript.

Physical Description: 6 pages.
 

Speech on Admiral Cooke's experiences in East Asia subsequent to World War II, undated. Typescript draft.

Physical Description: 11 pages.
 

Statement on the proposal for a unified command for the military services, delivered before the U.S. Senate, Committee on Military Affairs, November 8, 1945. Mimeograph transcripts; correspondence with W. Sterling Cole attached.

Physical Description: 20 pages.
 

Statement on Reorganization Plan No. 6, delivered before the U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Government Operations, undated. Carbon copy of typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 9 pages.
 

The Strategic Direction of World War II, lecture delivered at the Naval War College, December 16, 1952. Mimeograph copies; carbon copies of typewritten transcripts; typescript transcript (incomplete).

Physical Description: 43 pages.
 

Submarine Design, undated. Typescript and carbon copy drafts.

Physical Description: 5 pages.
 

Taiwan - Citadel of Freedom, undated. Typescript and carbon copy drafts.

Physical Description: 9 pages.
 

Testimony before the U.S. Senate, Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws, October 19, 1951. Mimeograph transcripts; correspondence; news clippings.

Physical Description: 22 pages.
 

Testimony to the Staff Conference of the U.S. Senate, Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws, October 7, 1956. Mimeograph transcripts; printed copy.

Physical Description: 9 pages.
 

They Ran the Red Gauntlet on the Yangtze River, with Gene Coughlin, The American Weekly, November 25, 1951. Printed copies. 3 pages. (See: Lieutenant Commander Chen Runs the Gauntlet).

 

'Torch': The North African Campaign in 1942, undated. Typescript and carbon copy drafts.

Physical Description: 8 pages.
 

U.S. War II Navy, July 29, 1951. Typescript and carbon copy drafts.

Physical Description: 4 pages.
 

United States Relations with the Republic of China, 1945-1955, 1959. Typescript draft.

Physical Description: 91 pages.
Box 15

The Washington Story - The Job Ahead in the Japanese War, radio broadcast, May 13, 1945. Typewritten transcript.

Physical Description: 2 pages.
 

We Planned It That Way, 1953, subsequently revised. Mimeograph and carbon copies; correspondence with Walter Muir Whitehill.

Physical Description: 50 pages.
 

We Still Have a War to Win, radio broadcast, April 20, 1944. Mimeograph, typescript, and carbon copy transcripts of remarks and question and answer session; news clippings.

Physical Description: 12 pages.
 

What Is Happening in East Asia, 1952. Typescript and carbon copy drafts.

Physical Description: 31 pages.
 

What Will the World Be Like Thirty Years from Now? 1934(?). Carbon copy of typescript draft.

Physical Description: 4 pages.
 

Witches Wool ( Beggar's Velvet), by Charles Maynard (Cooke), ca. 1932-1933. Typescript and carbon copy drafts.

Physical Description: 5 pages.
 

Miscellaneous

 

Drafts and notes, incomplete and unidentified

 

Typescript and carbon copy

 

Holograph notebook

 

News clippings and wire service releases concerning the public statements of Admiral Cooke

 

NAVAL CAREER OFFICE FILE, 1920-1950

Scope and Content Note

Includes citations to selected memoranda and reports
Box 16

Navy Department orders (change of duty), endorsements, and vouchers, 1928-1950

 

General naval affairs, 1930-1949

 

1930. Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M. Midshipman Age Limits for Entrance in the U.S. Naval Academy, April 5, 1930

 

1931. Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M. Selection for Promotion of Commissioned Officers in the United States Navy, May 12, 1931

 

1934

 

1935

 

1936. Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

Submarine Organization with the U.S. Fleet and the Assignment of Commanders, July 2, 1936

 

Battleship Design, December 1936

 

1937. Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M. Naval Aviation Policies, October 1, 1937

 

1938. Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

Fleet Organization, April 28, 1938

 

Fleet War Plans, June 5, 1938

 

Some Principles Affecting Zigzagging, June 5, 1938

 

Atlantic War Plans, October 7, 1938

 

1939. Includes:

 

Crenshaw, R. S. Steps to be Taken in the Event that England and France Enter the War Against Germany, September 1, 1939

 

Cooke, C. M. Organization and Command of Major Forces of the U.S. Fleet, November 16, 1939

 

1940. Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M. Characteristics of Heavy Cruisers, March 23, 1940

 

1941. Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M. Comments on Tentative War Plans 0-1 (Rainbow Three), April 7, 1941

 

1942

Box 17

1943. Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M. Analysis of the Functions of Ground, Sea, and Air Forces in Time of War, July 9, 1943

 

1944. Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

Naval Organization for Handling Operations and Logistics, February 8, 1944

 

The Navy's Job, May 27, 1944

 

1945. Includes:

 

Office of Naval Intelligence.

 

Combattant Vessels of the Seven Principle Naval Powers, January 1 and September 1, 1945

 

Number of Vessels Lost Incident to the Present War, January 1 and September 1, 1945

 

Strausz-Hupé, Robert. Outline of proposal to establish a research unit concerned with the study of seapower within the framework of national policy, April 10, 1945 (letter from M. B. Gardner to Admiral Cooke attached)

 

Analysis of the Venezuelan Revolution of October 19, 1945, October 24, 1945

 

The Joint Chiefs of Staff Organization, World War II, 1945

 

1946

 

1947. Includes:

 

Naval Effort in China, February 1947

 

1948. Includes:

 

Roster of Flag Officers, February 1, 1948

 

Brief of Logistic Situation in Service Squadron Three on 15 February 1948, Prepared for the Occasion of the Turnover of Command of Naval Forces Western Pacific by Admiral C. M. Cooke, U.S. Navy, to Admiral O. C. Badger, U.S. Navy, February 1948

 

Narrative History of Seventh Fleet and Naval Forces Western Pacific, 8 January 1946 - 24 February 1948, February 1948

 

1949

 

Undated. Includes:

 

Lists of important personalities in Chinese cities

Box 18

Allied wartime conferences, 1943-1945

 

Casablanca Conference, January 1943 (2 bound volumes)

 

Minutes, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff meetings

 

Minutes, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff meetings (presided over by the President)

 

Papers, Combined Chiefs of Staff

 

Minutes, Anfa (Symbol) meetings

 

Minutes, Combined Chiefs of Staff meetings

 

Trident Conference (Washington, D.C.) and Algiers Conference, May 1943 (bound volume)

 

Papers (Trident), Combined Chiefs of Staff

 

Minutes (Trident), White House meetings

 

Minutes (Trident), Combined Chiefs of Staff meetings

 

Minutes (Algiers), Algiers meetings

Box 19

Quadrant Conference (Quebec), August 1943 (bound volume)

 

Papers, Combined Chiefs of Staff

 

Minutes, Citadel meetings

 

Minutes, Combined Chiefs of Staff

 

Sextant Conference (Cairo) and Eureka Conference (Teheran), November - December, 1943 (bound volume)

 

Papers (Sextant), Combined Chiefs of Staff

 

Minutes (Sextant), Plenary meetings

 

Minutes (Sextant and Eureka), Combined Chiefs of Staff meetings

 

Minutes (Eureka), Plenary and Military sessions

Box 20

Octagon Conference (Quebec) and London Conference, September 1944 (bound volume)

 

Messages, Supreme Allied Commanders

 

Papers (Octagon), Combined Chiefs of Staff

 

Minutes (London), Combined Chiefs of Staff meetings

 

Minutes (Octagon), Combined Chiefs of Staff meetings

 

Minutes (Octagon), Plenary meetings

 

Argonaut Conference (Malta and Yalta), January 1945 (bound volume)

 

Papers, Combined Chiefs of Staff

 

Messages, Supreme Allied Commanders

 

Minutes (Malta), Combined Chiefs of Staff meetings

 

Minutes (Yalta), Combined Chiefs of Staff meetings

 

Minutes (Yalta), Tripartite military meetings

 

Minutes (Malta and Yalta), Plenary meetings

 

Minutes (Yalta), Tripartite Plenary meetings

 

Terminal Conference (Babelsberg/Potsdam), July 1945 (bound volume)

 

Papers, Combined Chiefs of Staff

 

Minutes, Combined Chiefs of Staff meetings

 

Minutes, Plenary meeting

 

Minutes, Tripartite military meeting

 

Minutes, U.S. - U.S.S.R. Chiefs of Staff meeting

Box 21

Anti-submarine campaign, 1942-1943

 

German Navy and Merchant Marine, Disposition of, 1945. Correspondence, messages, and reports related to the work of the Tripartite (U.S. - Great Birtain - U.S.S.R.) Commissions for Distribution of the German Navy and Merchant Marine

 

Hoover Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of Government - Eberstadt Committee on National Security Organization, 1947-1948. Briefing data, correspondence, and memoranda

 

Military operations and planning, 1942-1945

 

European Theater

 

Volume I (April - September 1942). Includes:

 

(Marshall, G. C.), Chief of Staff. Memorandum for the President on the Basis for Preparation of Attached Outline Plan for the Invasion of Western Europe, June(?) 1942

 

Marshall, G. C., and King, E. J. Memoradum for the President on the Sledgehamer - Roundup Operation, July 28, 1942

 

Marshall, G. C. Torch, August 17, 1942

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

Operation Torch, August 24, 1942

 

Torch Operation, August 29, 1942

 

King, E. J. Directive for Participation of U.S. Atlantic Fleet in Operation Torch, September(?) 1942

 

Volume II (September 1942 - January 1944) Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

Naval Command Set-up in U.K. for Cross-Channel Operations, October 7, 1943

 

Overlord - Rankin, October 8, 1943

 

Volume III (January 1944 - August 1945) Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

U.S. Naval Forces for Overlord, January 14, 1944

 

Steps to Reduce the Determination of the German People to Continue the War, January 21, 1945

Box 22

Pacific Theater

 

Volume I (May 1942 - March 1943) Includes:

 

Marshall, G. C.; King, E. J.; and Arnold, H. H.

 

Memorandum for the President on Pacific Operations, July 12, 1942 ( sent and rejected copies)

 

Marshall, G. C. Strategic Direction of Operations in Southwest Pacific, December 21, 1942

 

King, E. J. Strategic Direction of Operations in the Southwest Pacific, December 30(?), 1942

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

Moroccan Conference Trip, January 1943, January, 31, 1943

 

A Pattern for the War in the Pacific, March 6, 1943

 

Volume II (April 1942 - May 1944) Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

Future Campaign Operations in Pacific Ocean Areas, June 8, 1943

 

Command Organization - Pacific, July 28, 1943

 

Plans and Operations for the Pacific Campaign, September 5, 1943

 

Operations in the South - Southwest Pacific, September 16, 1943

 

Volume III (May 1944 - March 1945) Includes:

 

Joint Chiefs of Staff. Strategic Deployment of U.S. Forces Following the Defeat of Germany - JCS 521/9, January 1945

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

Future Operations in the War Against Japan, March 21, 1945

 

Blockade Against Japan and Establishment of Sea Communications to the Russian Maritime Provinces, March 22, 1945

 

Volume IV (April - August 1945) Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

The War Against Japan: Part Played by Russia, April 4, 1945

 

Command Set-up for Invasion of Japan, April 8, 1945

 

(Joint Chiefs of Staff-?). Memorandum for the President on the Over-all Strategy for the Defeat of Japan, April 6, 1945

Box 23

China, India, Burma Theater, 1942-1945 Includes:

 

Miles, M. E. SACO, April 1, 1943

 

Headquarters, U.S. Forces, China Theater. (A. Wedemeyer-?). Far East Strategy - 1945, February 1945 (see also: Pacific Theater, Volume III, Far East Strategy)

 

Postwar military policy and planning, 1944-1946

 

General

 

Reorganization of the Department of Defense

 

Reports on the conduct of the war by Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King, 1944-1945

 

Official reports to the Secretary of the Navy

 

Report to the Congress in Joint Assembly, January 24, 1945 (drafted by C. M. Cooke-?)

 

Shipbuilding - Wartime Production, 1941-1945 Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

Application of Production to Strategical Requirements, October 20, 1942, speech before members of the War Production Board Council

 

Allocation of United States Built Landing Craft, October 29, 1942

Box 24

Strategic policy for the conduct of the war, 1942-1945 Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M. Functions of the Offices of Strategic Services, November 26, 1942

 

Strategic Policy of the United States for the Conduct of the War, November 27, 1942

 

Cooke, C. M. Basic Strategic Concept for 1943, December 28, 1942

 

Joint Planners. Global Estimate of the Situation, April 28, 1943

 

Cooke, C. M. Conduct of the War in 1943-1944, May 5, 1943, comments to Admiral King attached

 

U.S. - British Strategy, ca. 1943

 

U.S. Fleet. Pacific Conference, 1943-1945, minutes of meetings

 

U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay Cuba, 1934-1937 Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M.

 

Report on Projects for Supplying Water to Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, August 20, 1935

 

Water Supply for the Naval Station, Guantanamo, September 26, 1937

 

U.S. Navy. Submarine Division Eleven, Pearl Harbor, 1931-1933 Includes:

 

Cooke, C. M. Organization and Employment of Submarines at Pearl Harbor, June 17, 1932

 

U.S. relations (military) with U.S.S.R., 1942-1945

 

General

 

Operation Lockup

Box 25

U.S.S. S-5 submarine, sinking and rescue of crew (September 1-3, 1920), eyewitness accounts and related material, 1920-1940

 

White House meeting on the naval efforts in the Pacific, May 17, 1945

 

General

 

Talk by C. M. Cooke

 

Miscellaneous

 

PROJECT FILE OF COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL CHINA, SPECIAL TECHNICIAN PROGRAM (STP) TO THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA, 1949-1954

Box 26

Contracts and agreements

 

Documents related to the history of the Special Technician Program, arranged with a table of contents by C. M. Cooke, 1949-1951

 

Documents related to the Mao (Mow) - Hsiang Case and 3 shells involving Chinese military procurement, arranged with a partial table of contents by C. M. Cooke, 1950-1951

 

Employment classification lists

 

Financial records, 1950-1952

 

Maps

 

Personnel files

Access Information

(RESTRICTED until 2025)
 

Personnel rosters

 

Plans and reports of military manuveurs and exercises, 1950-1951

 

Project correspondence, 1950-1954

 

Technical memoranda, inspection reports, and correspondence related to the organization, training, and equipment maintenance programs of the Republic of China, 1950-1951

 

General

 

Chinese Navy

 

General

 

1950:

 

June

 

July

 

August

 

September

 

October

 

November

 

December

 

1951:

 

January

 

February

Box 28

March

 

April

 

May

 

June

 

July

 

August

 

Chinese Air Force

 

Chinese Marine Corps

 

Chinese Army (Ground Forces)

 

Report by General O. T. Pfeiffer, with comments by C. M. Cooke, November 4, 1950

 

Reports by R. A. Baker, with select list of documents by C. M. Cooke

 

Reports by A. B. Ewing, with select list of documents by C. M. Cooke

 

Chinese Engineer Corps

Box 29

Miscellaneous reports, memoranda, and charts, 1950-1951

 

General

 

Cooke, C. M. Composition of Naval Advisory Group, analysis submitted to U.S. Military Advisory Assistance Group (MAAG), May 14, 1951

 

Estimate of the Situation of the Chinese Communist Forces as of June 15, 1950, photoprints of report from Commodore Kao to C. M. Cooke (?)

 

History of Chinese Army in Taiwan, 1951

 

Information about Chinese Navy, 1950 or 1951

 

Military Establishment of the Republic of China in Taiwan - 1951, 1951

 

Pawley, William E. Memorandum for General of the Army, George C. Marshall, undated

 

Shah, K. C. The Chinese Air Force, 1951

 

PROJECT FILE OF INGALLS TAIWAN SHIPBUILDING AND DRY DOCK COMPANY (AFFILIATE OF CHINA INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION AND INGALLS TAIWAN SHIPBUILDING CORPORATION), 1956-1961

Box 30

Correspondence of C. M. Cooke

 

General

 

Unidentified

 

Barslaag, Karl, 1957

 

Chen, Cheng, 1958

 

Chiang, Kai-shek, 1957

 

Chiang, (Madame) Kai-shek, 1960

 

Coakley, John P., 1961

 

De Carlo, Joseph, 1957-1960

 

Eastland, Senator James O., 1957

 

Gregerson, Magnus I., 1957-1963

 

Hou, Chi-ming, 1957

 

Knowland, Senator William F., 1957

 

Lanier, Monroe B., 1958-1962

 

Lee, S. T., 1961

 

Liu, Hoh-tu, 1961

 

McLaughlin, H. P., 1957-1958

 

Mayo, Fred J., 1960

 

Pao, K. Y., 1960

 

Radford, Admiral Arthur W., 1958

 

Tong, Hollington K., 1958

 

U.S. Department of Commerce. Maritime Administration, 1957

 

U.S. Department of the Navy. Bureau of Ships, 1957

 

U.S. Department of the Navy. Secretary of the Navy, 1957

 

U.S. Development Loan Fund; Dempster McIntosh, undated

 

U.S. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act; Robert Morris, 1957

 

Walter, Congressman Francis E., 1957

 

Wang, N. T., 1961

 

Wasson, Houston H., 1958-1960

 

Wei, C. C., 1957-1960

 

Yeh, George K. C., Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China, 1957

 

Yen, C. K., Minister of Finance, Republic of China, 1960

 

Yu, Ta-wei, 1958

 

Diagram of proposed Ingalls Taiwan shipyard, January 17, 1957

 

List of officers of Ingalls Taiwan Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, April 8, 1957

 

Organizational charts and diagrams

 

Inter-company relationships, April 1, 1957

 

China International Foundation, April 9, 1957

 

Ingalls Taiwan Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, March 12, 1957

 

Project correspondence

 

1956

 

1957

 

1958

 

1959

 

1960

 

Undated

Box 31

Project news reports, American and Chinese press (in translation)

 

1957

 

1958

 

1959

 

1960

 

Undated

 

Project records (reports, memoranda, minutes of meetings, financial statements, and agreements)

 

1956

 

1957

 

1958

 

1959

 

1960

 

Undated

 

Taiwan steel mill project documents

 

Correspondence, memoranda, and agreements of Kaiser Engineers and Constructors and Engineers Tanker Corporation, 1958-1959

 

Feasibility Report on a Proposed Steel Mill in Taiwan, China, prepared by Kaiser Engineers Constructors, June 11, 1959

 

Miscellaneous

 

SUBJECT FILE, ca. 1937-1961

Box 32

Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals, Inc., 1952

 

Air power - naval

 

American-Asian Educational Exchange, Inc., 1959

 

American Bureau for Medical Aid to Free China, 1961

 

American China Policy Association, 1949-1959

 

American Coalition of Patriotic Societies, 1959

 

Atomic energy

 

Bombers

 

Bombing, aerial

 

Chiang, Kai-shek - Addresses, statements, interviews

 

China

 

Air defenses, military, 1951

 

Military affairs, 1945-1947

 

Politics and government, 1937-1957

 

China International Foundation, 1956

 

China Merchants Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.

 

Chinese in the United States, ca. 1957-1958

 

Committee for Freedom for All People, 1960

 

Committee for the Voice of Free China, 1954

 

Committee of One Million Against the Admission of Communist China to the United Nations, 1958-1958

 

Committee to Defend America by Aiding Anti-Communist China, 1949

 

Communism

 

General, 1948-1960

 

China

 

General

 

U.S. War Department. Military Intelligence Division. The Chinese Communist Movement, July 5, 1945

 

Taiwan

 

Constitution Party (California), 1959

 

European War, 1914-1918 - Submarine campaign

 

Foreign correspondents in Taiwan

 

General Electric Company, 1955

 

Guatemala - United Nations debate, 1954

 

Guerillas - China, ca. 1950

 

Hartmann, Arkadius - Biographical material

 

John Birch Society, 1961

 

King, Ernest J. - Biographical material

 

Whitehill, Walter Muir. A Postscript to Fleet Admiral King: A Naval Record, Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Vol. 70 (1950-1953), 203-226. Offprint

 

Kohlberg, Alfred - Biographical material

 

Korean War, 1950-1953 - Armistice

 

Latin America, 1960

 

Luce, Stephen B. - Bibliographic essay

 

Malayan Chinese Association, 1949-1951

 

Mao, Tse-tung

 

Military justice - Uniform Code, 1950

Box 33

Patriotism

 

Political opinion

 

Our Country, 1958

 

Right: A Monthly Newsletter of, by and for the American Rightwing, 1958

 

Task Force, 1957

 

Sea-power, 1940

 

Shanghai - Map, 1940's

 

Ships

 

Taiwan (Republic of China)

 

General

 

Climate and weather, 1944

 

Foreign relations

 

General, 1950-1959

 

Russia

 

Forest policy, 1950

 

Military affairs

 

Oceanography, 1944

 

Politics and government

 

Technical assistance, Russian China, 1950

 

Tsingtao American School, 1948

 

United Nations - Admission of Communist China

 

United States

 

Armed Forces

 

Amphibious Training Command

 

Far East Command, 1950

 

Organization

 

1950

 

1952

 

1953

 

1955

 

1956

 

1957

Box 34

1958

 

Undated

 

Defense - Technical and military aspects

 

Foreign aid

 

Taiwan (Republic of China)

 

Foreign relations

 

General

 

Far Eastern policy, 1946-1960

 

Military policy

 

National security

Box 35

U.S. Air Force - Congressional hearings, 1949

 

U.S. Information Service

 

U.S. Marine Corps - Clothing

 

U.S. Military Advisory Assistance Group (MAAG) - Roster, 1951

 

U.S. Naval Academy. Class of 1910 - Fiftieth reunion

 

U.S. Navy

 

General

 

Guided missiles

 

History

 

Personnel

 

Regulations

 

Roster, 1961

 

Ship transfers to China - Public Law 512

 

Submarines

 

U.S.S. Luce - Commissioning ceremonies, 1961

 

Ventura, California - Harbor project

 

World Affairs Council of Northern California - China Conference, 1950

 

World War, 1939-1945

 

Aerial operations, American

 

History

 

Military strategy

 

Miscellaneous

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE

Box 35

Autobiographical and biographical material concerning Admiral Cooke and the Cooke family

 

Awards, citations, and diplomas of Admiral Cooke

 

AUDIO-VISUAL

Additional Note

See photo file card index
 

DECLASSIFIED RECORDS 1932-1957

Reading room workstation

2010 release of record 1945

Scope and Content Note

Consists of OSS Research and Analysis Branch report: Capabilities and Intentions of the U.S.S.R. in the Post-War Period, 1945 January 5 (R & A number 2669). Available as a PDF file. The PDF file consists of page images, so full-text search is not possible.
Box 37

2011 July release of records 1932-1957

Scope and Content Note

Box/Folder 37 : 1

Unclassified letter received and Cooke will 1932-1953

Box/Folder 37 : 2

Naval career office file 1942-1945

Box/Folder 37 : 3-9

Commerce International China file 1950-1954

Box/Folder 37 : 10

Ingalls Taiwan file 1957