Register of the Frances E. Willis Papers, 1906-1983.

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Register of the Frances E. Willis Papers, 1906-1983

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
Processed by:
Dana M. Harris and Grace M. Hawes
Date Completed:
1985
Encoded by:
James Ryan
© 1998 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Frances E. Willis Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1906-1983
Collection Number: 84031
Creator: Willis, Frances E.
Collection Size: 39 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box, 3 album boxes, 35 envelopes, memorabilia (18.2 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, speeches, memoranda, reports, bulletins, printed matter, and photographs, relating to post-World War II American foreign policy, especially in Switzerland, Norway, and Ceylon.
Language: English.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Frances E. Willis Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1984.

Accruals

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Access Points

United States. Dept. of State.
Norway.
Norway--Foreign relations--United States.
Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka--Foreign relations--United States.
Switzerland.
Switzerland--Foreign relations--United States.
United States--Foreign relations.
United States--Foreign relations--Norway.
United States--Foreign relations--Sri Lanka.
United States--Foreign relations--Switzerland.
Diplomats--United States.

Biographical Note

1899, May 20 Born, Metropolis, Illinois
1916-1917 University of Redlands
1917-1920 B.A., History, Stanford University
1920-1921 Graduate work, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
1923 Ph.D., Political Science, Stanford University
1923-1924 Instructor, History, Goucher College, Baltimore, Maryland
1924-1927 Assistant Professor, Political Science, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
1927 Foreign Service Exam Vice-Consul, Valparaiso, Chile
1931, January Vice-Consul, Santiago, Chile
1931, December Third Secretary, Stockholm, Sweden
1934-1940 Third Secretary, Brussels, Belgium Second Secretary, Luxembourg
1940-1944 Second Secretary, Madrid, Spain First Secretary, Madrid, Spain Consul, Madrid, Spain
1944-1947 Assistant to the Undersecretary of State, Washington, D.C.
1947-1951 First Secretary and Consul, London, England
1951-1953 Counselor of Legation, Helsinki, Finland
1953-1957 Ambassador to Switzerland
1955 Appointed Career Minister
1957-1961 Ambassador to Norway
1962 Appointed Career Ambassador
1961-1964 Ambassador to Sri Lanka
1964, November 5 Retirement
1983, July 20 Died, Redlands, California

Series Description

Box No. 1-3.

Early Life, 1906-1927.

Scope and Content Note

Grammar school, high school and university papers, scrapbooks, doctoral thesis, and printed matter, arranged chronologically.
Box No. 3.

Biographical File, 1946-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Articles and biographical data, arranged chronologically.
Box No. 3-14.

Family Correspondence, 1920-1966.

Scope and Content Note

Letters and copies of letters from Frances E. Willis to her family, and other family correspondence, arranged chronologically.
Box No. 14-17.

Foreign Service, 1927-1953.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, clippings, memoranda, speeches, career records, arranged chronologically.
Box No. 17-20.

Ambassador to Switzerland, 1953-1957.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, speeches, memoranda, notes, reports, printed matter, arranged by form.
Box No. 21-23.

Ambassador to Norway, 1957-1961.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, speeches, visits, memoranda, printed matter, arranged by form.
Box No. 24-31.

Ambassador to Sri Lanka, 1961-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, speeches, visits, memoranda, printed matter, arranged by form.
Box No. 32-38.

Post Retirement, 1964-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, speeches, visits, printed matter, arranged by form.
Box No. 39.

Memorabilia, 1920-1977.

Scope and Content Note

Identity cards, passports, guest book, stamp books, diplomas, etc.
Albums A-C, Envelopes D-AL.

Photographs, ca. 1916-1977.

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically.

Container List

 

EARLY LIFE, 1899-1928

Box 1.

Grammar school papers

Folder 1

1906

Folder 2

1910

Folder 3

1910-1911

 

High school (Kemper Hall), 1911-1915

Folder 4

Scrapbook

Folder 5

Report card, medals, and honor roll

Box 2.

Undergraduate university education

Folder 1

Class notes, history

 

Papers

Folder 2

"Sino-Japanese Relations, 1914-1915"

Folder 3

"Woodrow Wilson's Theory of Party Government," December 7, 1921

Folder 4

Stanford University Commencement

 

Post-graduate education

Folder 5

University of Brussels, 1921-1922

Folder 6

Doctoral thesis, "The Belgian Parliamentary System," June 1923

Folder 7

Miscellaneous printed matter, 1920-1924

Box 3., Folder 1

Teaching career. The Vassar Miscellany News, May 15, 1926 (article mentioning F. E. Willis)

 

Foreign Service School

Folder 2

"The Road to Success, or the Career of a Diplomat," by M. C. Perts, 1924. Book of drawings

Folder 3

American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 31st Annual Meeting, April 22-23, 1927. Program

Folder 4

"How Much Did You Pay for Your Job?, an Obsolete Mystery Play in Modern Dress, a Prologue, and an Act," presented by The Foreign Service School, Department of State, Washington D. C.

Folder 4a

"The Elements of Sea Power and Its Meaning to the United States," by William Howard Gardiner. Lecture given to the Foreign Service School, February 13, 1928

Folder 4b

"Naval Power in War and as a Peaceful Support of Policy," by William Howard Gardiner. Lecture given to the Foreign Service School, February 13, 1928

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1946-1965.

Box 3., Folder 5

Articles and biographical data

Folder 6

Undated

 

1920

Folder 7

May

Folder 8

August

Folder 9

September

Folder 10

October

Folder 11

November

Folder 12

December

 

1921

Folder 13

January

Folder 14

February

Folder 15

March

Folder 16

April

Box 4., Folder 1

May

Folder 2

June

Folder 3

July

 

1932

Folder 4

January

Folder 5

February

Folder 6

March

Folder 7

April

Folder 8

May

Folder 9

June

Folder 10

July

Folder 11

August

Folder 12

September

Folder 13

October

Folder 14

November

Folder 15

December

 

1933

Folder 16

January

Folder 17

February

Folder 18

March

Folder 19

April

Folder 20

May

Folder 21

June

Folder 22

July

Folder 23

August

Folder 24

September

Folder 25

October

Box 5.

1934

Folder 1

July

Folder 2

August

Folder 3

September

Folder 4

October

Folder 5

November

Folder 6

December

 

1935

Folder 7

January

Folder 8

February

Folder 9

March

Folder 10

April

Folder 11

May

Folder 12

June

Folder 13

July

Folder 14

August

Folder 15

September

Folder 16

October

Folder 17

November

Folder 18

December

Box 6.

1936

Folder 1

January

Folder 2

February

Folder 3

March

Folder 4

April

Folder 5

May

 

1937

Folder 6

January

Folder 7

February

Folder 8

March

Folder 9

April

Folder 10

May

Folder 11

June

Folder 12

July

Folder 13

August

Folder 14

September

Folder 15

October

Folder 16

November

Folder 17

December

 

1938

Folder 18

January

Folder 19

February

Folder 20

March

Folder 21

April

Folder 22

May

Folder 23

June

Folder 24

July

Folder 25

August

Folder 26

September

Folder 27

October

Folder 28

November

Folder 29

December

Box 7.

1939

Folder 1

January

Folder 2

February

Folder 3

March

Folder 4

April

Folder 5

May

Folder 6

June

Folder 7

July

Folder 8

August

Folder 9

September

Folder 10

October

Folder 11

November

Folder 12

December

 

1940

Folder 13

January

Folder 14

February

Folder 15

March

Folder 16

April

Folder 17

May

Folder 18

June

Folder 19

July

Folder 20

August

Folder 21

September

Folder 22

October

Folder 23

November

Folder 24

December

 

1941

Folder 25

January

Folder 26

February

Folder 27

March

Folder 28

May

Folder 29

June

Folder 30

July

Folder 31

August

Folder 32

September

Folder 33

October

Folder 34

November

Folder 35

December

Box 8.

1942

Folder 1

January

Folder 2

February

Folder 3

March

Folder 4

April

Folder 5

May

Folder 6

June

Folder 7

July

Folder 8

August

Folder 9

September

Folder 10

October

Folder 11

November

Folder 12

December

 

1943

Folder 13

January

Folder 14

February

Folder 15

March

Folder 16

April

Folder 17

May

Folder 18

June

Folder 19

July

Folder 20

August

Folder 21

September

Folder 22

October

Folder 23

November

Folder 24

December

 

1944

Folder 25

January

Folder 26

February

Folder 27

March

Folder 28

April

Folder 29

May

Folder 30

June

Folder 31

July

Folder 32

August

 

1945

Folder 33

June

Folder 34

July

Folder 35

August

Folder 36

September

Folder 37

October

Folder 38

November

Folder 39

December

Box 9.

1946

Folder 1

April

Folder 2

May

Folder 3

June

Folder 4

August

Folder 5

September

Folder 6

October

Folder 7

November

Folder 8

December

 

1947

Folder 9

January

Folder 10

February

Folder 11

March

Folder 12

April

Folder 13

May

Folder 14

June

Folder 15

July

Folder 16

August

Folder 17

September

Folder 18

October

Folder 19

November

Folder 20

December

 

1948

Folder 21

January

Folder 22

February

Folder 23

March

Box 10.1

April

Folder 2

May

Folder 3

June

Folder 4

July

Folder 5

August

Folder 6

September

Folder 7

October

Folder 8

November

Folder 9

December

 

1949

Folder 10

January

Folder 11

February

Folder 12

March

Folder 13

April

Folder 14

May

Folder 15

June

Folder 16

July

Folder 17

August

Folder 18

September

Folder 19

October

Folder 20

November

 

1950

Folder 21

January

Folder 22

February

Folder 23

March

Box 11.1

April

Folder 2

May

Folder 3

June

Folder 4

July

Folder 5

August

Folder 6

September

Folder 7

October

Folder 8

November

Folder 9

December

 

1951

Folder 10

January

Folder 11

February

Folder 12

March

Folder 13

April

Folder 14

May

Folder 15

June

Folder 16

July

Folder 17

August

Folder 18

September

Folder 19

October

Folder 20

November

Folder 21

December

Box 12.

1952

Folder 1

January

Folder 2

February

Folder 3

March

Folder 4

April

Folder 5

May

Folder 6

June

Folder 7

July

Folder 8

August

Folder 9

September

Folder 10

October

Folder 11

November

Folder 12

December

 

1953

Folder 13

January

Folder 14

February

Folder 15

March

Folder 16

April

Folder 17

May

Folder 18

June

Folder 19

July

Folder 20

August

Folder 21

September

Folder 22

October

Folder 23

November

Folder 24

December

Box 13.

1954

Folder 1

January

Folder 2

February

Folder 3

March

Folder 4

April

Folder 5

May

Folder 6

June

Folder 7

July

Folder 8

August

Folder 9

September

Folder 10

October

Folder 11

November

 

1958

Folder 12

April

Folder 13

June

Folder 14

July

Folder 15

August

Folder 16

September

Folder 17

October

Folder 18

November

Folder 19

December

 

1959

Folder 20

January

Folder 21

February

Folder 22

March

Folder 23

April

Folder 24

May

Folder 25

June

Folder 26

July

Folder 27

August

Folder 28

September

Folder 29

October

Folder 30

December

 

1960

Folder 31

January

Folder 32

February

Folder 33

March

Folder 34

April

Folder 35

May

Folder 36

June

Folder 37

July

Folder 38

August

Folder 39

September

Folder 40

October

Folder 41

November

Folder 42

December

 

1961

Folder 43

January

Folder 44

February

Folder 45

March

Folder 46

April

Folder 47

May

Folder 48

June

Folder 49

July

Folder 50

August

Folder 51

September

Folder 52

October

Folder 53

November

Folder 54

December

Box 14.

1962

Folder 1

January

Folder 2

February

Folder 3

March

Folder 4

April

Folder 5

May

Folder 6

June

Folder 7

July

Folder 8

August

Folder 9

September

Folder 10

October

Folder 11

November

Folder 12

December

 

1963

Folder 13

January

Folder 14

February

Folder 15

March

Folder 16

May

Folder 17

June

Folder 18

July

Folder 19

August

Folder 20

September

Folder 21

October

Folder 22

November

Folder 23

December

 

1964

Folder 24

January

Folder 25

February

Folder 26

March

Folder 27

April

Folder 28

May

Folder 29

June

Folder 30

July

Folder 31

1966. November

 

FOREIGN SERVICE, 1927-1953.

Box 14.

Career records, including correspondence, memoranda, expense reports, clippings, printed matter, memorabilia, miscellany.

Folder 31a

Miscellaneous printer matter

Folder 32

1927

Folder 33

1928

Folder 34

1929

Folder 35

1930

Folder 36

1931

Box 15., Folder 1-3

1932

Folder 4-5

1933

Folder 6

1934

Folder 7

1935

Folder 8

1936

Folder 9

1937

Folder 10

1938. Executive orders from F. D. Roosevelt

 

September 3

 

December 27

Folder 11

1939. Executive orders from F. D. Roosevelt

 

June 22

 

July 8

 

July 17

 

November 30

 

December 4

Folder 12

1940. Includes The Case for the King of the Belgians, by John Cudahy (1940)

Box 16., Folder 1

1941

Folder 2

1942

Folder 3

1943

Folder 4

1944

Folder 5

1945

Folder 6

1946

Folder 7

1947

Folder 8

1948

Folder 9

1949

Box 17., Folder 1

1950

Folder 2

1951

Folder 3

1952

Folder 4

1953

 

AMBASSADOR TO SWITZERLAND, 1953-1957

Box 17.

Correspondence, 1953-1957

Folder 5

Undated

Folder 6

1953

Folder 7

1954

Folder 8

1955

Folder 9

1956

Folder 10

1957

Box 18.

Chronological file of speeches and visits. Holograph notes, typewritten outline and text, correspondence.

Folder 1

Undated drafts and holograph notes

Folder 2

"Freedom Has Responsibilities," 1953

 

Appointment as Ambassador, statement for press and television, August 10, 1953

 

Voice of America broadcast, August 14, 1953

 

Presentation of credentials, October 9, 1953

 

Statement for press conference, October 9, 1953

 

"The Foreign Policy of the United States," Swiss Friends of the United States of America, Zurich, November 7, 1953

Folder 3

Visit to Canton of Vaud, January 20, 1954

 

University of Lausanne, January 20, 1954

 

Swiss-American Society for Cultural Relations, January 20, 1954

 

"What Has Been Accomplished 1945-1954," American Club of Geneva, January 21, 1954

 

Reception, Government of the Canton of Basel, May 12, 1954

 

American Books Exhibition, Zurich, June 21, 1954

 

Museum of Fine Arts, Lucerne, July 17, 1954

 

CBS Coast to Coast Broadcast, December 17, 1954

 

University of Redlands, Redlands, California, December 17, 1954

Folder 4

Berne Women's Club, January 7, 1955

 

Farewell to Egyptian Minister, January 14, 1955

 

Colombia Society, University of Fribourg, January 20, 1955

 

Ed Murrow Program, February 3, 1955

 

"Some Aspects of Life in the United States," International Forum, Geneva, March 9, 1955

Folder 5

Musical Salute between Basel, Switzerland, and Denver, Colorado, recording made at Radio Bern, May 17, 1955

 

"Some Aspects of Life in the United States of America," Swiss Institute of International Studies, Zurich, May 23, 1955

 

"Americans Abroad," Federation of American Women's Clubs Overseas, Zurich, May 24, 1955

Folder 6

"The Individual and International Cooperation," General Federation of Women's Clubs, Geneva, June 1, 1955

Folder 7

Confrerie des Vignerons de Vevey, August 1, 1955

 

Ceremony Transferring the United States Reactor to Switzerland, August 20, 1955

 

International Federation of Business and Professional Women, August 22, 1955

Folder 8

United States Information Agency, tape recording, October 10, 1955

 

Opening of the Comedie Francaise, New York, October 25, 1955

 

Sixty-ninth Anniversary of the Statue of Liberty, Bedloe's Island, October 28, 1955

Folder 9

Virginia Women's Forum, Richmond, Virginia, November 3, 1955

 

Newspaper Women's Club, Inc., New York, ca. November 19, 1955

 

American Women's Association, Annual Achievement Award, New York, November 19, 1955

Folder 10

Georgetown Junior Year Luncheon, Fribourg, Switzerland, January 25, 1956

 

Remarks on the Role of the Ambassador, Soleure, Switzerland, March 13, 1956

 

ABC Radio Broadcast, July 10, 1956

 

Presentation of an Atomic Energy Library to the Swiss Government, Zurich, August 15, 1956

 

Remarks at reception, Fribourg, Switzerland, September 24, 1956

 

Fragment of speech, Geneva, November 2, 1956

Folder 11

Bern Art Museum, January 26, 1957

 

Kiwanis Club, Redlands, California, March 27, 1957

 

Reply to speech by President Streuli, April 26, 1957

Box 19.

Subject File, 1953-1957. Correspondence, memoranda, career records, speeches, honorary degree, etc.

Folder 1

Appointment to Switzerland

Folder 2

Archives Diplomatiques et Consulaires, July/August, 1955

Folder 3

Attorney General's List of Subversive Organizations

Folder 4

Brown, Winthrop G. Advance text of remarks to be delivered at a luncheon of the Swiss Friends of the U.S.A., January 27, 1955

Folder 5

Career records. Appraisal of language proficiency, bond, leave reports, residency and dependency reports, salary, etc.

Folder 6

Customs information

Folder 7

Department of State instructions

Folder 8

Departure from Switzerland. Remarks addressed to F. E. Willis, April 17, 1957

Folder 9

Dillon, Ambassador (Thomas P. ?). Speech at American Club, Geneva, May 17, 1956

Folder 10

Dulles, John Foster. Remarks to the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, January 7, ca. 1956; Remarks to Girls Nation, July 12, 1956

Folder 11

Eisenhower, Dwight D. Thanksgiving Proclamations, n.d.; Address to Congress, January 6, 1957; Message to the President of the Swiss Confederation, n.d.

Folder 12

Entertainment. Guest lists, accounts, calling cards

 

Expenses of the Embassy

Folder 13

Miscellaneous

Folder 14

1953-1954

Folder 15

1955

Folder 16

1956

Folder 17

1957

Folder 18

Foreign Policy Briefs

Folder 19

Foreign Service Circular

Folder 20

Foreign Service. Security Information Bulletin

Folder 21

Honorary Degree from University of Redlands, December 16, 1954; Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio, October 15, 1955

Folder 22

Household employees and inventory

Folder 23

Lodge, Ambassador Henry Cabot, Jr. Statement on disarmament, January 14, 1957

Folder 24

Members of the Diplomatic Corps in Switzerland, December 21, 1954

Folder 25

Memoranda

Box 20.1

Menus, invitations, programs, etc.

Folder 2

Miscellany

Folder 3

Newsbriefs

Folder 4

Press releases

Folder 5

Printed material

Folder 6

Schedules, phone calls, appointments

Folder 7

Travel vouchers and itineraries

Folder 8

U.S. employees in Switzerland

Folder 9

Women

 

Clippings, 1953-1957

Folder 10

Undated

Folder 11

1953

Folder 12

1954

Folder 13

1955

Folder 14

1956

Folder 15

1957

 

AMBASSADOR TO NORWAY, 1957-1961

Box 21.

Correspondence

Folder 1

Undated

Folder 2

1958

Folder 3

1959

Folder 4

1960

Folder 5

1961

 

Chronological file of speeches and visits. Holograph notes, typewritten outline and text, correspondence.

Folder 6

Department of State speech, May 17, 1957

 

Remarks on receiving appt. to Norway, May 23, 1957

 

Opening ceremony of summer session, University of Oslo, July 6, 1957

 

American Women's Club of Oslo, September 10, 1957

 

Norwegian Defense College, December 12, 1957

Folder 7

"Some Basic Concepts of American Foreign Policy in the Mid-Twentieth Century," Bergens Handelsforeningen, February 4, 1958

 

Roof-raising ceremony, April 25, 1958

 

Minnesota Centennial celebrations, May 5, 1958

 

Remarks onboard ship, Haakon VII, June 30, 1958

 

American Women's Club of Oslo, September 9, 1958

 

"Some Aspects of American Foreign Policy in the Mid-Twentieth Century," Norwegian Defense College, December 12, 1958

 

Remarks on career, December 23, 1958

Folder 8

Dedication of Lincoln Statue, Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address, Frogner Park, February 12, 1959

 

USAFE Band Concert, May 21, 1959

 

Opening of New Embassy, June 15, 1959

 

American Women's Club of Oslo, September 8, 1959

 

Rustan NIKE Battery Site, October 9, 1959

 

Los Angeles World Affairs Council, December 15, 1959

 

University of Redlands, Redlands, California, December 15, 1959

Folder 9

Opening of the PAO Conference, remarks to be read by Charge d'Affaires, Oslo, May 23, 1960

 

Commencement Address, American School, Oslo, June 11, 1960

 

World Affairs Center, remarks to community leaders, October 7, 1960

 

Convocation on Peace, Rochester, New York (?), October 14, 1960

 

Remarks, Bangor, Maine, October 21, 1960

 

Trusteeship Council Chamber, remarks to community leaders, United Nations, October 28, 1960

 

"What the U.S. Means to Us," AAUN (American Association for the United Nations?), Englewood, New Jersey, October 30, 1960

 

Foreign Service Women's Association, Washington, D.C., November 9, 1960

 

NGO Briefing, December 7, 1960

 

"Mid-Career Course FSO," U.S. Delegation to U.N., December 9, 1960

Folder 10

American Women's Club, Oslo, January 10, 1961

 

Commendable Service Award Ceremony, February 1, 1961

 

Norwegian American Chamber of Commerce Meeting, February 6, 1961

 

The Norway America Association, February 21, 1961 and Kolsas (?) Wives Club, February 23, 1961

 

Subject file, 1957-1961. Correspondence, career records, memoranda, memorabilia, etc.

Folder 11

Accident of Ambassador Willis

Folder 12

Bodo Lofoten Islands, trip to, March 16-19, 1957

Folder 13

Career records. Notes on GNP of Norway, personal notes relating to ambassadorial duties, diplomatic mission in Norway, etc.

Folder 14

Department of State. Booklets, manuals, bulletins, procedures

Folder 15

Department of State instructions

Folder 16

Departure from Norway

Folder 17

Eisenhower, Dwight D.

Folder 18

Embassy Bulletin

Folder 19

Embassy. Christmas gratuities

Folder 20

Embassy organization

Folder 21

Entertaining. Receipts, guest lists

Folder 22

Foreign Service Extension Education Department. Continuing education, self-assessed language proficiency

Folder 23

Menus, invitations, programs, namecards

Box 22.

Memoranda

Folder 1

Undated

Folder 2

1957

Folder 3

1958

Folder 4

1959

Folder 5

1960

Folder 6

1961

Folder 7

Miscellany

 

Norway

Folder 8

Defense

Folder 9

Foreign Ministers Statement, March 9, 1961

Folder 10

Personal business and household employees

Folder 11

Presentation of medal by the President of the U.S.A. honoring Norwegian Air Force Pilot Fenrik Arne Vatne

Folder 12

Press releases and USIA Information Releases

Folder 13

Security violations

Folder 14

Souvenir booklets

Folder 15

Travel vouchers and itinerary

Folder 16

United Nations

Folder 17

Visitors

Box 23.

Clippings, 1957-1961

Folder 1-3

1957

Folder 4-5

1958

Folder 6-7

1959

Folder 8

1960

Folder 9

1961

 

AMBASSADOR TO SRI LANKA, 1961-1964

Box 24.

Correspondence

Folder 1

Undated

Folder 2

Collected

Folder 3

1961

Folder 4-5

1962

Folder 6

1963

Folder 7-9

1964

 

Chronological file of speeches and visits. Holograph notes, typewritten outline and text, correspondence.

Folder 9a

Fragments and holograph notes, etc.

Folder 9b

"Political Power in Ceylon," n.d.

 

"The Power of Choice," n.d.

 

"Disarmament," n.d.

 

"United States Foreign Policy," YWCA and Ceylon American Society, Kandy, n.d.

Folder 10

American Association of Colombo, June 6, 1961

Folder 11

Remarks on American Foreign Policy, June 7, 1961

Folder 12

American Association Celebration of the Fourth of July, Colombo, July 4, 1961

Folder 13

Opening of Cancer Week, Ceylon Cancer Society, July 8, 1961

Folder 14

YMCA of Colombo, July 11, 1961, and Midland Ceylon American Society, July 12, 1961

Folder 15

Kingswood College, Kandy, July 15, 1961

Folder 16

Dutch Reformed Sunday Schools, Wolrendaal Church, July 24, 1961

Folder 17

Opening of the Housewives' Exhibition, Colombo Art Gallery, July 28, 1961

Folder 18

Opening Ceremony of the Stanford Management Seminar, Ceylon, July 31, 1961

Folder 19

Pageant of Flowers, Church of Ceylon Sunday Schools, August 13, 1961

Folder 20

Remarks made to Embassy wives, October 5, 1961

Folder 21

Association of Teachers of Domestic Science, St. Bridget's Convent, October 7, 1961

Folder 22

St. Benedict's College, October 8, 1961

Folder 23

"What Everyone Serving the United States Government Aboard Should Know," USOM Orientation Program, October 14, 1961

Folder 24

"Maternity and Child Welfare," League of Wellewalte, October 14, 1961

Folder 25

Western Province Girls' Schools, Athletic Association Championship Meet, October 20, 1961

Folder 26

"American Foreign Policy," Vincent Girls' High School, Batticaloa, October 27, 1961

Folder 27

USOM Award of Certification of Achievement, Red Cross Hall, November 14, 1961

Folder 28

YMCA Christmas Dinner, December 20, 1961

Box 25.1

Dedication of the Building Given to the YMCA by the American Women's Club of Colombo, January 23, 1962

Folder 2

"Some Aspects of American Foreign Policy," Colombo Rotary Club, February 15, 1962

Folder 3

Bishop's School, February 16, 1962

Folder 4

"Role of University Women in Public Life," Seminar of the Ceylon Federation of University Women, Radus (?) College, February 17, 1962

Folder 5

"Some Aspects of American Foreign Policy," Women's International Club, February 20, 1962

Folder 6

Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Death of the Venerable Sri Sumangala Nayaka Thero, Vidyodaya University, April 28, 1962

Folder 7

Reception for Returned Grantees, Ministry of Transport and Communications, USAid Mission, May 10, 1962

Folder 8

Opening of the Exhibition of American Arts and Crafts, Kandy, June 7, 1962

Folder 9

Jaffna College, June 9, 1962

Folder 10

Opening of the Exhibition of Friendship, Lt. Col. John Glenn's Spaceship, National Museum, Colombo, June 28, 1962

Folder 11

American Picnic, Race Course, July 4, 1962

Folder 12

Remarks for Broadcast by Radio Ceylon, July 4, 1962

Folder 13

"A Message on the National Holiday of the United States of America from the American Ambassador," July 4, 1962

Folder 14

Remarks on sports, August 5, 1962

Folder 15

Prize Day of the Trinity College of Music, Ladies College, Colombo, August 11, 1962

Folder 16

Annual Dinner of the Ceylon Association of Pediatricians, August 11, 1962

Folder 17

Opening of the Sarana Feteana Fair (Uelala), September 1, 1962

Folder 18

Welcome Address to Peace Corps Volunteers, September 8, 1962

Folder 19

Award Presentation to the US Marine Corps, Certificate of Good Conduct, presented to Corporal Daniel Naclaw, September 11, 1962

Folder 20

Ceylon American Youth League, Matura, September 19, 1962

Folder 21

Opening of the Central Vocational Training and Trade Testing Centre, October 5, 1962

Folder 22

Salvation Army Girl's Home, Dehiwela, November 24, 1962

Folder 23

American Women's Club, Tenth Anniversary, December 15, 1962

Folder 24

Opening of the Jaffna YMCA, Jaffna, December 29, 1962

Folder 25

Silaboli Exhibition and Fair, March 9, 1963

Folder 26

Bible Society Sale, June 1, 1963

Folder 27

CARE Presentation of Eleven Sets of Bottling Equipment to Lanka Mahila Samita(?), June 1, 1963

Folder 28

Annual General Meeting of the CNAPT, June 28, 1963

Folder 29

American Picnic, Cricket Club, July 4, 1963

Folder 30

"United States Participation in International Organizations and Activities," Rotary Club, Colombo West, August 21, 1963

Folder 31

"United States Participation in International Organizations," Mt. Lavinia Rotary Club, August 27, 1963

Folder 32

Exhibition of Paintings and Drawing of Patricia Jeffrey, Lionel Munde Memorial Hall, September 6, 1963

Folder 33

Safety Seminar, Colombo Oval, November 1, 1963

Folder 34

Opening Ceremony of the Alutnuwara-Padiyatalawa, January 30, 1964

Folder 35

AWA Annual Meeting and Luncheon, March 3, 1964

Folder 36

World Health Day Celebration, Colombo, April 7, 1964

Folder 37

School for the Blind, Mt. Lavinia, April 9, 1964

Folder 38

Church of Ceylon, Board of Women's Work, May Time Fair, YMCA Jubilee Hall, May 9, 1964

Folder 39

Luncheon held in honor of F. E. Willis' 65th Birthday, May 20, 1964

Folder 40

All Ceylon Government English Assistant Teachers' Trade Union, Ganipahe, June 13, 1964

Folder 41

American Celebration, July 5, 1964

Folder 42

St. Michael's Youth Group, August 13, 1964

Folder 43

Statement of Ambassador upon Departure from Ceylon, 1964

Box 26.

Subject file, 1961-1964. Correspondence, memoranda, career records, printed matter, bulletins, etc.

Folder 1

Ambassador's appointments

Folder 2

American citizens in Ceylon

Folder 3

American Community Center

Folder 4

Appointment to Ceylon

Folder 5

Atomic Energy Test Ban Treaty, 1963

Folder 6

Belgian-American Education Foundation

Folder 7

Career records. Promotion, leave, shipment of effects, biographic data sheet, appointment affidavits, allotment of pay, travel voucher

Folder 8

Ceylon. U.S. Aid

Folder 9

Colombo Plan. Cooperative Economic Development of South and Southeast Asia

Folder 10

Department of State

Folder 11

Education. Ryan, Bruce, "The Dilemmas of Education in Ceylon."

 

Embassy

Folder 12

Duty officers conduct

Folder 13

Gratuities

Folder 14

Information bulletins

Folder 15

Personnel

Box 27.

Fourth of July

Folder 1

1961

Folder 2

1962

Folder 3

1963

Folder 4

1964

Folder 5

Grant, Robert Y.

Folder 6

International Cooperation Administration

Folder 6a

Iran

 

Kennedy, President John F.

Folder 7

Correspondence

Folder 8

Death

Folder 9

Printed matter

Box 28.1

Map of Colombo

Folder 2

Memoranda, 1961-1964

Folder 3

Miscellany

Folder 4

National Civil Service League Award to Frances Willis

 

Newsbriefs, digests, bulletins

Folder 5

Undated

 

1961

Folder 6

March

Folder 7

June

Folder 8

July

Folder 9

August

Folder 10

September

Folder 11

October-December

 

1962

Folder 12

January-March

Folder 13

April-June

Folder 14

July-September

Folder 15

October-December

 

1963

Folder 16

January-February

Box 29.1

May

Folder 2

June

Folder 3

July-September, December

 

1964

Folder 4

January-February

Folder 5

April-August

Folder 6

Norge-Amerika Foreningen

Folder 7

Nuclear Energy Test Ban Treaty

Folder 8

Organization of American States

Folder 9

Printed material

Folder 10

Rusk, Dean

Folder 11

Society for the Cause of Mother's Lineage

Folder 12

Southeast Asia, proposed economic conference

Folder 13

Souvenir, proclamation

 

Sri Lanka

Folder 14

Ambassador to the United States

Folder 15

Economic conditions

Folder 16

Rainfall

Folder 17

Tamil. Karalasingham, V., "The Way Out for the Tamil- Speaking People."

Folder 18

Thanksgiving

 

Travel

Folder 19

England

Folder 20

India, Nepal, Pakistan, Iran

Folder 21

Japan

 

Sri Lanka

Folder 22

General

Folder 23

Alutnuwara Rd.

Folder 24

Ampara

Folder 25

Galle

Folder 26

Kandy

Folder 27

Matara and Hambantota

Folder 28

Washington, D.C.

Box 30.1

Trinity College of Music (Ceylon Center)

Folder 2

United Nations

 

United States

Folder 3

Ambassador to Vietnam

Folder 4

Foreign aid

Folder 5

Policy towards Communist China

Folder 6

U.S.S.R. "The Sources of Soviet Conduct," by X (George Kennan), with clipping by Walter Lippmann

Folder 7

Visit of Mrs. de Marconnay

Folder 8

Voice of America

Folder 9

Women's International Club

Folder 10

Y.M.C.A., Jaffna

 

Clippings

Folder 11

1961

Box 31.1-2

1962

Folder 3

1963

Folder 4-6

1964

 

POST-RETIREMENT, 1964-1983

Box 32.

Correspondence

Folder 1-2

1964

Folder 3

1965

Folder 4

1966

Folder 5

1967

Folder 6

1968

Folder 7

1969

Folder 8

1970

Folder 9

1971

Folder 10

1972

Folder 11

1973

Folder 12

1977

Folder 13

1978

Box 33.

Chronological file of speeches and visits. Holograph notes, typewritten outline and text, correspondence.

Folder 1

Introduction of Dr. Frances Elizabeth Willis, 1965

Folder 2

Mount Senior Convocation of Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio, February 13, 1965

Folder 3

Redlands Reading Club, March 4, 1965

Folder 4

P.E.O. Sisterhood, Redlands, March 15, 1965

Folder 5

Joint meeting of the Rotary Club of Redlands and the Soroptimist Club, March 25, 1965

Folder 6

Young People's Fellowship, Trinity Episcopal Church, Redlands, April 4, 1965

Folder 7

Yucaipa Rotary Club, April 6, 1965

Folder 8

Riverside Rotary Club, May 12, 1965

Folder 9

"Afterthoughts of an Ambassador," Kiwanis Club, Riverside, August 26, 1965

Folder 10

Citrus Belt, U.N.A., Ramada Inn, Riverside, January 8, 1966

Folder 11

"The United Nations General Assembly," Retired Officers Club, Norton Air Force Base, January 28, 1966

Folder 12

United Nations Association, Long Beach, January 29, 1966

Folder 13

"The United Nations - The General Assembly," Business and Professional Women, San Bernardino, February 1, 1966

Folder 14

Breakfast Club, Redlands, February 3, 1966

Folder 15

"What a Foreign Service Officer is Expected to Do," Junior Contemporary Club, March 5, 1966

Folder 16

American Association of Retired Persons, Redlands Branch, April 18, 1966

Folder 17

Contemporary Club, April 18, 1966

Folder 18

U.N.A., Palm Springs, April 25, 1966

Folder 19

"Look Who is Doing the Talking," Kemper Hall, May 7, 1966

Folder 20

Redlands Lions Club, May 27, 1966

Folder 21

Red Cross Annual Award Ceremony, Redlands, June 15, 1966

Folder 22

China Lake Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration, December 6, 1966

Folder 23

"The Christian's Mission in a World of Dilemma," Congregation Church, Redlands Christian Fellowship Meeting, January 4, 1967

Folder 24

"The United States in a Changing World," The Clark Lecture, Scripps College, Claremont, January 10, 1967. Printed program of speech, programs, clippings, menu and seating charts, schedules

Folder 25

"The U.S. Foreign Service and the Role of an Ambassador," Lawyer's Wives Annual Benefit Luncheon, San Bernardino, February 8, 1967

Folder 26

"Christianity in a Changing World," El Centro, February 14, 1967

Box 34.1

American Association of University Women, Redlands March 7, 1967

Folder 2

"Your Representatives Abroad," Torch Club, San Bernardino, May 10, 1967

Folder 3

"Our Changing World," Cap and Gown, Stanford, May 13, 1967

Folder 4

Knights of the Round Table, Grail Award, Acceptance Speech, Redlands, June 27, 1967

Folder 5

Presentation of Red Cross Length of Service Award, September 18, 1967

Folder 6

"The Foreign Service of the United States, Your Representative Abroad," Nine O'Clock Players, Hollywood, October 4, 1967

Folder 7

"The United States in a Changing World," Fortnightly Club, October 7, 1967

Folder 8

"The Need to Know," Sweet Briar College, Founder's Day Address, October 18, 1967

Folder 9

Introduction of the Honorable William P. Bundy, World Affairs Council Inland Southern California, San Bernardino Orange Show, October 11, 1967

Folder 10

Prospect Park Volunteer Meeting, Casa Loma, University of Redlands (?), November 6, 1967

Folder 11

California League of Senior Citizens, January 3, 1968

Folder 12

Introduction of Fulton Freeman, U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, Redlands Community Forum, January 24, 1968

Folder 13

Highland Women's Club, February 9, 1968

Folder 14

Book Club, Redlands, March 7 1968

Folder 15

"The Role of the United States in a Changing World," Loma Linda, March 18, 1968

Folder 16

"The U.S. Foreign Service and the Role of an Ambassador," Banning Women's Club, March 26, 1968

Folder 17

University of Redlands, March 28, 1968

Folder 18

"The Role of Women in the Observance of International Human Rights Year," Yokohoma, Japan, May 14, 1968

Folder 19

Tsuda College, May 16, 1968

Folder 20

"Human Rights, Avenue to Progress," Women Leaders, Tokyo, May 17, 1968

Folder 21

"The Role of Women in Good Government," Hiroshima, May 21, 1968

Folder 22

Japanese American Society, Osaka, May 30, 1968

Folder 23

Fourth Conference of the Status of Women Commission, June 22, 1968

Folder 24

"The Foreign Service," Redlands High School, July 8, 1968

Folder 25

Baptist Women's Society of the First Baptist Church in Redlands, September 11, 1968

Folder 26

"The United Nations," Kiwanis Club, Redlands, November 26, 1968

Folder 27

IX Foreign Service Day Program, Acceptance Speech, U.S. Department of State, November 16, 1973

Folder 28

Unidentified speech 1974

Folder 29

"Abraham Lincoln: His Views Applied Today," Watchorn Lincoln Dinner, Redlands Round Table International, February 12, 1974

Folder 30

Model U.N. Conference, VII, February 22, 1974

Folder 31

International Club of the California State College, San Bernardino, April 13, 1974

Folder 32

California Baptist College, Riverside, April 26, 1974

Folder 33

Board of Overseers, University of Redlands, June 2, 1974

Folder 34

United Nations Association, San Bernardino, October 25, 1974

Folder 35

Book Club, October 3, 1974

Folder 36

Unidentified speech, November 1974

Folder 37

United Nations Association Dinner, October 22, 1975

Folder 38

"Round the World Journey," Book Club, November 6, 1975

Folder 39

Round Table, Luncheon Meeting, December 2, 1975

Box 35.

Subject file, 1964-1983. Correspondence, memorabilia, printed matter, etc.

Folder 1

American Foreign Service Association

Folder 2

American Red Cross

Folder 3

American-Scandinavian Foundation

Folder 4

American Society for Friendship with Switzerland

Folder 5

American-Swiss Association

Folder 6

American Women's Association

Folder 7

Council of Community Service

Folder 8

Crowe, Philip K., writings

 

Department of State

Folder 9

General

Folder 10

Publication, "Women in American Foreign Affairs"

Folder 11

Stimulation of Creativity Task Force

Box 36.1

Economic Commission for Europe

Folder 2

Europe, travel in, 1966

Folder 3

Foreign Policy Conference

Folder 4

Foreign Service Journal

Folder 5

Hollins College

Folder 6-7

Japan, travel in, 1968

Box 37.1

Miscellany

Folder 2

Pitzer College

Folder 3

Redlands, California Chamber of Commerce

Folder 4

Sri Lanka

Folder 5

Swiss Society of New York

Folder 6

United Nations

Folder 7

University of California, Riverside

Folder 8

Vietnam

Folder 9

Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio

Folder 10

Women

Box 38.

Clippings

Folder 1

Undated

Folder 2

1964

Folder 3

1965

Folder 4

1966

Folder 5

1967

Folder 6

1968

Folder 7

1969

Folder 8

1970

Folder 9

1971

Folder 10

1972

Folder 11

1973

Folder 12

1974

Folder 13

1975

Folder 14

1976

 

OVERSIZE.

Box 39.

One box containing identity cards, passports, membership cards, certificates, awards, appointment book (1977), book of Swiss stamps, dinner record book (1957), guest book, diplomas and honorary degrees, retirement certificate, commemorative stamp booklet, and other memorabilia.

 

PHOTOGRAPHS, 1916-1979.

Album box fA

Album of prints in Belgium, 1939; 4 albums of Switzerland, 1953-1957.

Album box fB

1 album in Switzerland, 1954; 3 albums in Norway, 1957-1961

Envelope fC

3 albums in Sri Lanka. 1961-1964

Envelope D

4 prints of Frances Willis at Stanford graduation, 1923; 3 prints of Frances Willis and others in Chile; 5 prints of scenes in Peru.

Envelope mE

3 prints of Francis Willis; 2 prints of Francis Willis and others. circa 1930

Envelope F

3 prints of Frances Willis, Chile; 11 prints of Francis Willis and others, Chile, 1928-1931; 1 print of Stanford University, 1928.

Envelope G

4 prints of Frances Willis' living quarters, Stockholm; 5 outdoor scenes; 5 prints of Francis Willis; 1 print of unidentified man; 24 prints of Frances Willis and others; 2 unidentified prints; 2 prints of Julius Wadsworth; 1931-1934; 13 prints of Frances Willis, American Ambassador and Mrs. Moorehead (?) and others, 1933; 1 print of Agnes and William Dawson; 1 print of Frances Willis and Anne Morrow Lindbergh; 2 prints of Charles and Anne Lindbergh, leaving Stockholm; 1 print of Charles and Anne Lindbergh and others; 1 print of Charles Lindbergh and others, 1933.

Envelope H

3 prints of Captain C.H.J Keppler, U.S. Navy; 3 prints of Frances Willis; 17 prints of Francis Willis and others; 23 unidentified prints; 1 outdoor scene; 2 prints of indoor scenes; 1 print of King Leopold of Belgium; 1 print of Queen Astrid of Belgium, 1934-1940.

Envelope I

5 prints of Frances Willis and others in Spain, circa 1941; 5 unidentified prints in Spain; 1 print of Frances Willis and others, 1948; 3 prints of Francis Willis, Joseph C. Grew and others; 1 unidentified print; 1 print of wedding, 1950; 1 print of Frances Willis and others, 1950; 1 print of Frances Willis, 1951.

Envelope J

14 prints of Frances Willis and others, circa 1952; 4 prints of Frances Willis, circa 1952, Helsinki, Finland; 4 scenes of Finland; 1 print of the American Legation, Helsinki, Finland.

Envelope mK

2 prints of Frances Willis. circa 1952

Envelope L

10 prints of scenes in Switzerland,; 3 unidentified prints. circa 1953

Envelope M

8 prints of Frances Willis in Switzerland; 78 prints of Frances Willis and others during her Ambassadorship. 1953-1957

Envelope N

21 prints of Frances Willis and others; 2 prints of Francis Willis. 1953

Envelope O

4 prints of Frances Willis, Mr. and Mrs. John Foster Dulles, and others, 1954; 33 prints of Frances Willis and others; 17 prints of Frances Willis and others at "Hospes" Exhibition, Bern, Switzerland, given by U.S. Lines, June, 1954.

Envelope P

10 prints of Frances Willis, President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower, 1955; 6 prints of Frances Willis, 1955; 23 prints of Frances Willis and others; 16 prints of Frances Willis and family members, circa 1955; 2 prints of Frances Willis and her mother at a concert, June 1955;

Envelope mQ

1 print of Frances Willis, President and Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower, and others, July 1955; 3 prints of the American Embassy in Switzerland, 3 sets of Album pages of Frances Willis and others, 1955, 1956, 1957.

Envelope mR

11 prints of the American Embassy, Oslo, Norway; 6 prints of the U.S.S. Intrepid; 4 prints of Frances Willis and others aboard the U.S.S. Intrepid, 1958; 3 prints of Frances Willis and others, 1959.

Envelope S

1 print of Frances Willis in Switzerland; 67 prints of Frances Willis and others, Switzerland. 1956

Envelope T

1 print of Frances Willis and under Secretary Robert Murphy; 1 print of Frances Willis and John Foster Dulles. 1 print of Frances Willis, John Foster Dulles and others; 12 prints of Frances Willis and others. 1957

Envelope U

7 prints of Frances Willis and others, Norway; 9 prints of Frances Willis and others at a ship launching, Norway; 4 unidentified prints;

Envelope V

1 print of Francis Willis in Norway; 1 print of Frances Willis and others in Norway, 1957. undated

Envelope W

12 prints of an American Embassy party; 16 prints of Frances Willis and others. 1958

Envelope X

1 print of Frances Willis; 2 prints of Frances Willis and her mother; 4 prints of an Embassy Christmas party; 2 prints of the Embassy interior. 3 prints of Frances Willis and others; 5 prints of Frances Willis, Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, Under Secretary of the United Nations on his visit to Norway, 1958; 1 outdoor scene.

Envelope Y

22 prints of a wreath-laying ceremony, 1959; 5 prints of a NIKE missile ceremony; 14 prints of Frances Willis and Norwegian fisherman; 1959.

Envelope Z

36 prints of Frances Willis and others, Norway. 1959

Envelope AA

6 prints of Frances Willis, Louis Armstrong on his visit to Norway; 2 prints of Frances Willis and others, Norway. 1959

Envelope AB

3 prints of Frances Willis at the Indian Embassy, Oslo, January 1960; 11 prints of the visit of Admiral Burke, May, 1960; 1 print of Frances Willis and others at a conference in Paris, May, 1960; 3 prints of Francis Willis and others; 6 prints of Frances Willis United Nations publicity photos; 4 prints of Frances Willis and others at the United nations; 6 prints of Frances Willis and others, 1960; 4 prints of Francis Willis and others, circa 1960.

Envelope AC

1 print of Frances Willis and others, Norway; 12 prints of Frances Willis' swearing-in ceremony as Ambassador to Sri Lanka; 2 prints of Frances Willis and Dean Rusk; 33 prints of Frances Willis and others at various ceremonial gatherings in Sri Lanka; 3 prints of Frances Willis in Honolulu; 2 prints of Frances Willis and Mrs. Bandaranike, Prime Minister of Sri Lanka. 1961

Envelope AD

7 prints of Frances Willis; 8 prints of Frances Willis and others at Career Service Awards ceremony; 5 prints of Frances Willis and others as she took oath as Career Ambassador; 30 prints of Frances Willis and others at various ceremonial and social functions in Sri Lanka; 1 print of Frances Willis and Mrs. Bandaranike, Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, 1 print of U.S.S. Power; 1 outdoor scene. 1962

Envelope AE

37 prints of Frances Willis and others, 1 print of Frances Willis, 2 unidentified prints, 1 print of the American Embassy, (?) Colombo, Sri Lanka/ circa 1962

Envelope AF

2 prints of Frances Willis and others on the U.S.S. Owens, 4 prints of Frances Willis and others at the Marine Ball; 3 prints of Frances Willis and others on the U.S.S. Lloyd Thomas; 17 prints of Frances Willis and others, 2 unidentified prints; 4 prints of Frances Willis and others on her travels in Sri Lanka, 1963.

Envelope mAG

6 prints of Frances Willis and Dean Rusk at her retirement ceremony. 7 prints of Frances Willis and W. Averell Harriman at her retirement ceremony; 1 print of Frances Willis and LaRue R. Lutkins. 1964

Envelope AI

30 prints of Frances Willis and others at her birthday party, May 20, 1964; 9 prints of Frances Willis and others, 24 prints of Frances Willis and others on her visit to Kandy, Sri Lanka; 4 prints of Frances Willis and others on her visit to Alutnuwara, Sri Lanka, January, 1964; 6 prints of Frances Willis and others at her farewell dinner, Colombo, September 1964.

Envelope AJ

3 prints of Frances Willis and others; 1 print of Frances Willis; 3 prints of Frances Willis and others, United Nations, 1965.

Envelope AK

1 print of Frances Willis and other, 1966; 3 prints of Francis Willis; 4 prints of Frances Willis and others, 1967; 2 prints of Frances Willis; 2 prints of Frances Willis and others, 1968; 1 print of Frances Willis and others, 1970.

Envelope AL

6 prints of Frances Willis, George F. Kennan, and others at Foreign Service Day honoring Willis and Kennan, November, 1973; 3 prints of Frances Willis and others; 2 prints of Frances Willis, 1974; 1 print of Frances Willis and others, 1978; 6 scenic postal cards; 8 slides; 18 negatives.