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Index Terms

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University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Laurence Jolidon Collection, 1987-2002



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Jolidon, Laurence
Title: Laurence Jolidon Collection
Dates: 1987-2002
Abstract: Collection consists of correspondence, research notes, notebooks, copies of military and government documents, media pool reports, news clippings, printed material, maps, articles written by Jolidon, photographs, audio and video cassettes, and files for book Last Seen Alive. The bulk of Jolidon's research relates to prisoners of war and soldiers missing in action during the Korean War.
Accession No.: 2001-159; 2002-271; 2009-227
Extent: 56 ft., 3 in.
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Laurence Jolidon's journalism career yielded work as a veteran journalist, author, war correspondent, independent writer, and producer. Jolidon held senior reporting and editing positions at a number of major daily newspapers, including USA Today, Detroit Free Press, Dallas Times Herald, Newsday, Austin American-Statesman and the St Petersburg Times. He was a media advisor, publisher of an Internet news service, and university lecturer. He founded his own publishing company, Ink Slinger Press, which produced his book, Last Seen Alive, about Americans missing in the Korean War, and Turn Back Before Baghdad, a compilation of journalists' dispatches from the Gulf War. Jolidon was a Gannett professional in residence from 1981-82. He served a year as press adviser to the NATO Implementation Force (IFOR) in Bosnia-Herzegovnia in 1996. Jolidon also trained journalists in Indonesia, the Russian Federation and the former Yugoslav republic of Macedonia. He served as spokesman for the NATO Peace Stabilization Force, known as SFOR, for most of 2001-2002. A native of Oklahoma, Laurence Jolidon was a graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio. Colleagues knew Jolidon as a competitive reporter who was passionate about the news business and loved to argue about almost anything, especially military topics. His military background came from his service in Vietnam and working as a war correspondent for USA Today.

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Scope and Contents

Collection consists of correspondence, research notes, notebooks, copies of military and government documents, media pool reports, news clippings, printed material, maps, articles written by Jolidon, photographs, audio and video cassettes, and files for book Last Seen Alive. The bulk of Jolidon's research relates to prisoners of war and soldiers missing in action during the Korean War. There is also a significant amount of material concerning the Gulf War of 1991 and military actions in Bosnia during 1996. The research for his book, Last Seen Alive, came from not only the National Archives and the families of MIAs and returned POWs, but also from declassified Russian documents and Russians and Chinese who were participating in the war and interrogation of American POWs. Jolidon's research also describes new details about the transfer of American POWs to Manchuria and the Soviet Union, and makes definite parallel's between the fate of UN prisoners from Korea and Cold War airmen who were also subjected to Soviet captivity. In Turn Back Before Baghdad, published in 2001, Jolidon tells of finding an archive of 1,500 "media pool" reports by American and British reporters that had been filed away in a U.S. military public affairs office at the Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, hotel that served as media headquarters during the war. These media pool reports are also part of the collection.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted access.

Use Restrictions

Some audio/video materials are restricted. Please contact Center for advance retrieval.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Jolidon, Laurence -- Archives.
Subjects
Press -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Persian Gulf War, 1991 -- Press coverage.
Yugoslav War, 1991-1995.
Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Prisoners and prisons, North Korean.
Prisoners of war -- United States.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Laurence Jolidon Collection, 1987-2002, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Processing Information

Subsequent revisions were made by Megan Mummey, September 2009.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Inventory

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3J450 Gulf War:
Desert Shield/Desert Storm pool report index, January 6 – March 1, 1991
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2.325/D46 Drafts of Turn Back Before Baghdad
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3J442 American print pool reports
Miscellaneous, January 6-16, 1991
001-293, January 6-24, 1991
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3J443 294-624, January 23 – February 9, 1991
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3J444 625-944, February 9-22, 1991
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3J445 945-1264, February 23-27, 1991
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3J446 1265-1352, February 28 – March 6, 1991
British print pool reports
001-140, January 6-26, 1991
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3J447 141-357, January 26 – February 25, 1991
Laurence Jolidon notes, Arabia
1-6, [1990]
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3J448 7-14, [1990]
Printed material
Desert Shield, Press Kit for American Journalists Visiting Saudi Arabia, 1990
How They Fight, Desert Shield, Order of Battle Handbook, September 1990
Joint Information Bureau, Operation Desert Shield Survival Guide, January 1, 1991
Identifying the Iraqi Threat and How They Fight, August 1990
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3J449 Print pool records, 1990-1991
Office copies, data sheets
Briefings texts
Fax receipts
Notes for Becky
Television pool reports
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3J450 Hotel
Debits
Assets
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4La132 The Middle East and South Asia, by Malcolm B. Russell, 1989
News clippings, February, April 1991
“Gulf War aftermath,” news clippings, memos and reports, 1991-1992
Turkey, news clippings, 1991-1992
Correspondence and printed material regarding news coverage of the Gulf War, 1991
Printed material about the Fulbright Program
Testimony of various journalists at Gulf War press coverage hearings
Agence France-Presse v. United States Department of Defense, 1991
The Nation Magazine v. United States Department of Defense/Agence France-Presse v. United States Department of Defense, 1991
The Nation Magazine v. United States Department of Defense, 1991
J. B. Pictures, Inc. v. United States Department of Defense, 1991
“Operation Desert Storm Media Pool Personnel locator,” February 22, 1991
Newsclippings and book chapters, 1991
Saudi Arabia, allies, newsclippings, 1992
Korean War:
Printing and publishing information on Jolidon’s book : The Search for Missing POWs from the Korean War, 1995
U.S. Military regulations and Reports: The Korean War, 1962 Active Assignments, General Accounting Office, July 1998
POW/MIA Affairs: Issues Related to the Identification of Human Remains from the Vietnam Conflict, General Accounting Office, October 1992
Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office, Korean and Cold War Accounting Initiatives, annual briefing, printed material and articles, 2001
Yangtze River expedition, China, 1986
Letter from Ruth MacIver regarding Yangtze expedition press conference tapes and slide, 1987
[cassettes and slide removed]
Printed material and news clippings on exploration, 1980s Asiam Magazine media kit, 1986
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4La138 Research on the Gulf War, 1991
Rough drafts of news articles
Research notes: copied articles
“Instant Thunder” Iraq-Kuwait, August 1990-February 1991
Interviews with military personnel
Materials on Kuwait
Iraqi atrocities material
Patriot scuds material
Khobar tower clippings
Iran clippings
Clippings
Demographic reports on Iraq and Saudi Arabia
Assorted reports
Lawyers committee for Human Rights
Refugee Project
Media Ground Rules reports
General Accounting Office reports, 1999, 2000
Correspondence
Iraq surprise (August 1993)
Friendly fire
Gulf War casualties
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4Ae70 Correspondence
Maps, charts and diagrams
Jolidon’s Gulf War articles
Intelligence reports
Pre-pool reports and clippings
News clippings
“Free Kuwait” bumper stickers
Miscellaneous pamphlets and flyers
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4La133 Bosnia 1996:
Elections
Speeches
Interviews and transcripts
IFOR briefings
NATO press briefings
Correspondence
Press releases
Press advisories and reports
“Current News Early Bird” newspaper copies from 9/3/1996-9/25/1996
Physicians for human rights
Maps
Miscellaneous
News clippings
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4La134 Bosnia news clippings
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4Ae104 Bosnia news clippings
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4Ae62 Correspondence to/from Jolidon
Media briefings and correspondence
Media transcripts
Media reports
General framework agreement for peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Zvornik 7
Despatches No. 3 Autumn 1992
Manual: America’s team, the odd couple: A report on the relationship between the media and the military
Assorted publications
Notes
Material written in Serbo-Croatian or Russian
Maps
News clippings
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4Ae65 Jolidon correspondence
Receipts
Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies
Media Advisor reports
News clippings and press releases
Notebooks
Research notes: handwritten, contact lists, source guide
Collected articles
Collected publications
Maps
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4La142 Korean War:
Research Files:
Notes
Press releases
News clippings
Copies of government documents
Air Intelligence Information reports
Returned POWs, statements, correspondence and memos
Pre-Invasion
Notes, news clippings and copies of government documents
Psychological warfare
Notes, news clippings and copies of government documents
Freedom of Information Act requests
Correspondence and copies of government documents
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4La134 Korean War prisoners of war who returned alive
Russians in Korea
Air Force
Prisoners of war/ missing in action
Killed in action/ missing in action
General
Prisoners of war/ missing in action
Prisoner of war, Jack Lively
Soviet casualties
Open POW cases from families/ responses to book Last seen alive
Russian POW names
Russian POW names
Americans in Gulag
Gulag, Peter Tsouras
United Nations prisoners of war camps and conditions in Korea, Manchuria, and China
News clippings
Copies of articles used for research
Newly classified information relative to the Korean war
U.S. Army intelligence and threat analysis center
Copies of correspondence relating to POW/MIA
Memoirs—USSR
American ex-prisoners of war, August 1988
Jolidon, interviews
Articles written by Jolidon
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4La139 Photocopied photographs of POWs
Report: Status of POW/MIA negotiations with North Korea
Lists of casualties incurred by U.S. military personnel
Lists of POWs
Lists of POWs who escaped or died under investigation
Unresolved 1954 and unaccounted for 1961
Operation Glory
Missing by name
Return of American POWs who have not been accounted for by the communists
Accounted for as dead, 1951, 1953
Roster of UN military personnel believed to be in enemy hands but not communist list, 1951
Escaped/ died in prison
List written in Russian
Actual Missing in Action
Eastfoto agency: serials covering the time period from 1930-1960
MacArthur files
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4La141 Clippings
Charity reports
Manchuria
Mukden POWs
POW rescue
Asia trip, 1994
NNRC—Turncoats
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4La124 Copy of book Dateline: Korea
Assorted Newsletters
The Korean War An assessment of the historical record July 24 & 25, 1995
Operation Smack
Operation “Glory”
Orbit
Peking man
Pentagon- ammo law
Letters- family to government
Letters found
Letters home
Logistics (cargo)
Mao-Stalin pact
MIG- 15
Military attaches
Military spies
Missionaries
Movies- Korea
News- people
North Korean exchange remains
North Korean honchos
Tourists (North Korea)
Nurses- plane crash
Operation rat killer
Kapaun
Last rites
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4La128 International Red Cross
Copies of government documents, news clippings, publications, correspondence
POWs
Public Statements
The Pueblo (ship), 1968
Collaboration
Reports
Rescue and recovery
Returned to military control (RMC): copies of government documents
Repatriation/United Nations
Seized records
Seventh division
Correspondence, rosters, and copies of government documents
South-North Korea
News clippings, 1988-1990
List of soldiers killed, wounded or missing—by state
District of Columbia
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Other
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
West Virginia
Wyoming
Copies of photographs
Assorted pamphlets and postcards
Clippings
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4La135 Prisoner of War/ Missing in Action research notes
Bibliography
Handwritten notes
Copied articles
Correspondence: To and from Jolidon
Copied correspondence
Letters to or from individuals relaying and requesting information on POWs
Copies of governmental correspondence regarding POWs
Returnee reports
Declassified prisoner of war statements and interrogation questions, 1951-1954
Statements made by Trotsenko
Declassified military reports
Declassified military and governmental reports
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4La142 Information on the National Alliance of Families
List of name associated Korean War cases in punchbowl
Personal and school history sheets
Freedom of Information Act requests, correspondence, and documents
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4M700 Bibliographic research
Assorted lists of names and contacts
Correspondence: to and from Jolidon
Handwritten notes
Maps and charts
Report: Transfer of U.S. Korean War POWs to the Soviet Union by the Joint Commission Support Branch Research and Analysis Division, August 26, 2004
Copies of governmental reports and documents obtained from the National Archives
Copies of governmental correspondence obtained from National Archives
News clippings
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4La136 Last Seen Alive
Correspondence, invoices, book reviews, photocopied picture
Note/index cards
Missing in action photos (fake)
Directory of U.S. non-governmental Vietnam programs, 1992
Le Quang Khai- Vietnam’s Foreign Ministry Veteran
U.S. POWS/MIA
Missing in Action- Vietnam
Vietnamese agents
Indochine
Shelton, Colonel Charles E.
Laos - Flight of Baron 52
Hanoi
Statements made by Henry A. Kissinger, September 22, 1992
POW/MIA affairs committee hearing, September 24, 1992
National Alliance of families, March 22, 1994
Statistical government reports
Report of proceedings: Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act… April 3, 1962
Assorted governmental reports, 1991-1992, 1996
Research notes
Bibliography
Handwritten notes
Lists of contacts
MIA-research 1992
Copied correspondence regarding POWs/MIAs
Correspondence, 1992
Clippings
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4La126 Bibliographic research
Bibliography: sound recordings
Research material
Request for copy of gun camera film from US/SN aircraft
Maps and charts
Copied maps and charts
Copied governmental report: United States Army, Berlin
Historical Report CY. 1961
Copied article: Managing change on the Korean Peninsula William Roy Atkins: United States political prisoner or common criminal?
Copied articles and newsletters relating to POWs
Copies of governmental documents and reports
Copy of memorandum of conversation involving Henry A. Kissinger on August 16, 1972
Chronology of US/SRV, POW/MIA activities and US/LAOS relations
Report: U.S. Department of Defense Fiscal Year 2000 World War II report to Congress
The Open House Collection: Documents from the military archives of former Warsaw Pact countries in the Library of Congress
Assorted speeches and Presidential addresses
National league of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia
National Vietnam Veteran’s Coalition
“Operation Rescue” materials
Assorted pamphlets and booklets
2000 conference of army historians
Clippings: lists of U.S. prisoners of war freed in Korea
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4Ae78 Copied government/military correspondence
Copied POW rosters and lists of names
Information relating to the Korean war period
Cold War International History Project Bulletin
U.S.—Russia Joint Commission on POW/MIAs, August 1994
Working group sessions, April 1995
U.S. Air force project Rand
The Man with the Gun, by Louis (Danny) Dans
Translations of Intelligence reports
Material written in Russian
MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History, Autumn 2000
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4Ae63 Cuba
POW camps
Mystery camp
Sightings
Russia- Ex Soviets
MIA History
Rules of Engagement
Tiger Camp
News clippings
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4Ae69 The Transfer of U.S. Korean War POWs to the Soviet Union
Task Force Russia reports, 1992-1993
Comprehensive report of the U.S. side of the U.S. Russia Joint Commission on POW/MIA, 1996
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4Ae83 Korean War soldier remains research
Miscellaneous research material
Material written in Russian
Women in combat
Articles written by Jolidon
Articles written by Jolidon
News clippings
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4La123 Correspondence
To and from Jolidon
Copied correspondence relating to POW/MIA issues
Research materials
Bibliography
1995, 1997 Records relating to American POW/MIA personnel from the Korean War and during the Cold War era
Applications for Information (rejected)
Handwritten notes
Assorted lists of names and contacts
Articles written in German and Spanish
The Korean War Veterans Memorial
National Archives conference information
Rough draft of book Three times a prisoner sent to Jolidon by the author
Copies of governmental reports and documents obtained from the National Archives
Copies of governmental correspondence obtained from National Archives
National Alliance of Families news clippings
News clippings
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4La137 Individuals researched in POW/MIA cases
Bailey, Major Lawrence R., Jr.
Baumeister, Willy—Burma
Beaumont, Bill
Belkin, Mikhail
“Benjamin Contee”
Cantani, Ursula
Davis, Rowley—AC130
Dmitri—Poland, 1972
Duggan, 1948
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4Ae80 Roger Dumas
Research notes, clippings, and correspondence
Government documents relating to Dumas
Correspondence to/from Robert Dumas
Copied correspondence
POW-MIA You Are Not Forgotten
Individual deceased personnel file
Court cases
Odyssey react
Admiral Storms
Pate, Lloyd
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4La137 Dun (real name unknown)
Fletcher, Ernie
French, George: Air Force Captain, 1957 spy case
Gilbert, Lt. Leon, court martial- Korean war
Harry, Captain Ronald (POW list reported died in camp alive and well)
Hendon, Billy
Hildebrandt, General Richard
Hurst, John K.
Hvasta, John
Jackson, Colonel- Iran
Jandl, Simon
Kilby, Thomas E. III
Kimball, Hunter
Krasner, Dixon and Applegate
Levinson, Roman
Mackensen, Reverend Paul J.
Maples, Clyde—German POWs
Mixon, Lt. Quinton
Marchuk, Verdin and Noubl
Noble, Harold
Norton, Antonio
Okhrimovich, Vasily O.
Patterson, James (Kazakhstan)
Selman, Karpowicz
Servaas, B.
Seybold, Lt. Roger: Execution of two German POWs (Forker and Krause)
Steimel, Dr. Karl
Stafford, James
Toll, Barry A.
Volin, Victor
Axis POWs in U.S.A.
Military Deserters- Germany
Civilian POWs—World Wars
China 1930s
POWs World War II—U.S.A.
Shanghai—Aliens
National Operations Plan
Le Grand Rendezvous
Oss-Manchuria
Project Stitch—espionage study
POWs—Quang
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4Ae60 Research bibliography
Research bibliography
Copied government reports obtained from the National Archives
Copied government correspondence obtained from National Archives
Copied correspondence
Correspondence to/from Jolidon
Copied alphabetical list of personnel missing in action
Lists of names
Disciplinary cases
MIA/POW rosters
Copy of select committee on POW/MIA affairs November 9, 1992
News clippings
Assorted articles
Material written in Russian and German
DNA tests on war remains
Copies of governmental reports relating to POWs
Interrogated
Interrogated
Pilots
Trains
Collected material to be translated
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4Ae64 Research bibliography, notes, and contacts lists
Copied interview transcripts
Jolidon correspondence
Copies of government reports obtained from National Archives
Copies of government correspondence obtained from National Archives
Collected publications
Miscellaneous lists of names and research notes
Notebooks
List of soldiers who died in Korean War and whose remains were not recovered
Copies of governmental documents obtained from National Archives
News clippings
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4Ae73 Correspondence, 1994-2000
Research:
Bibliography, notes, lists of names/contacts
FOIA-Freedom of Information Act Intelligence data
Copied government documents
News clippings and articles
Collected publications and pamphlets
Collected publications and pamphlets
U.S. Veteran News and Report, April 1991
Veterans Outlook, September 1989
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4Ae66 Soviet research:
Bad border crossings
Bolsheviks
Gulag exiles
Seaton/Saunders
Appendix
Derevyanko Tsvetkov- NKGB
Derskiy
Djagarov, G.
Grigoriyev/Skrynnik Prudnikov (Vietnam)
Hanoi-Pyongyang POWs
Japan-U.S.S.R.- Gulag
Khabaroysk
Kolyma Gulag uprisings
Korotkov, Col.
Kuznetsov- 1963
Lend-Lease-U.S.S.R
Lunev, Colonel
Magadan
MIG pilot memoirs
Moscow 536
Nagorski, Z.
Oatis, William (Czech)
Oggins/Clifford
Pilczuk—Poland
Poland
Rand—Paul Cole report
Rastvorov, Yuni
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4Ae67 Redmond, Hugh
Romania
Russians names
Russian democrats
Russia sources
Sakhalin—Kurils
Shabat/Schifrin (Israel)
Sokolov, Boris
Soviet Aid—to China , N. Korea
Soviet Defectors
Soviet Diplomats generals
Soviet photos
Soviet—Deportees
Soviet Air Units (Chinese)
Soviet Forces
Soviet—Intel
Soviet military
Soviet “plot”
Soviet POWs in USA in WWII
Soviet—Red Cross
Soviet Repat Mission (Austria)
Soviet Repat Mission (Austria)
Straubing (USSR POWs)
Tanker “Tuapse”
WWII Americans in USSR
WWII Siberia
Yeltsin list of 41 (1992)
Yeltsin—POWs
Copied government documents
To be filed and noted
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4La140 Media survey in Kyrgyzstan
Trip arrangements
Correspondence
Assorted announcements for fellowships and partnership programs in Russia
Media resources:
“The media in central Asia an analysis conducted by interviews for USAID”
Fact sheets
Kyrgyzstan: country descriptor
Kyrgyzstan investment guide
“Training foreign journalists..” May 1994
“Writing, editing, and investigating” and “Getting the story”
“Peacekeeping under fire”
Poynter Institute seminar booklet
Assorted reports
Clippings
Research
Handwritten
Copied articles
Bibliography
The Knight International Press Fellowship Program
The Center for Foreign Journalists material
Lists of Contacts
Lists of Contacts
Radio Free Europe material
Newsletters: Center for foreign journalists, 1994, 1995
News articles written by Jolidon
Newsletters: assorted
Clippings
Assorted material written in Russian
Copies of maps
Pamphlets
Maps
Miscellaneous
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4La125 Assorted newspapers written in Russian
Material written in Russian
Republic of Macedonia Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Romania December 1994
Notebooks
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4Ae64 Indonesia trip:
Trip preparations and medical clearance
Fulbright program material
Copies of various articles regarding Indonesia
News clippings
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4La127 Subject files:
Articles that address publishing issues
Research materials on LSA photo captain
U.S. ideas
Castration: assorted clippings
“Loose nukes”
1989 projects: clippings
F-86 jets
Casolo, Jennifer- El Salvador
Nicholas W. Schrock- Sinaloa
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Nazis
Korea- Seoul, 1988
Moon church Inc.
America- Yolanda Urigar/ Ruth Brooks Tharting
Kuwait- exercises, August 1992
Iraq
Senate hearings discussing the “Scope of Soviet activity in the U.S.”
Material obtained by the Freedom of Information and privacy acts: Eastfoto agency serials covering period, 1930-1960
Newsletter: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, July-September 1995
Report to the U.S. Delegation, U.S.- Russian joint commission on POWS/MIAs, April 23, 1993
Newsletters: Korean War Veterans Association (1993, 1994, 2000)
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4La131 Pershing Hall, Paris
Jolidon article, “Saga Over Paris Landmark Nears an End,” USA Today/International Edition, April 25, 1994
Council on International Educational Exchange, 1986, 1992-1993
Open records requests, 1992-1994
Notes on people and organizations involved in Pershing Hall dispute
“Porter Letters,” copies of correspondence and articles
“Porter Letters,” copies of correspondence and articles regarding Pershing Hall and Russel M. Porter, 1984-1995
Black Jack: The Life and Times of John J. Pershing, Volume 1, by Frank E. Vandiver, photocopies of sections
“Money,” correspondence, memos and reports regarding finances of Pershing Hall, 1978, 1982-1993
Correspondence, notes, articles and other documents regarding Pershing Hall, 1985-1994
Notebook and loose notes on contacts and resources
VFW Magazine, World War I commemorative issue, November 1993, with copies of airmail from 1940s
Correspondence and documents from United States
Department of State, 1985-1990, 1994
Documents from United States Department of State, 1943, 1945
Correspondence and documents from United States
Department of State, 1983-1992, 1994
Correspondence from Internal Revenue Service, 1994
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4La132 Documents from Internal Revenue Service
Tax returns for Council on International
EducationalExchange, 1987-1992
Tax returns for Mona Bismark Foundation, 1987-1992
Drafts of Jolidon’s Pershing Hall articles
Yangtze River expedition:
Jolidon notes on expedition
News clippings on Yangtze expedition and China in general
Correspondence and articles on Indo-USA Chenab river expedition, 1988-1989
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4Ae70 Trip presentation report
Copied correspondence between parties involved
Correspondence to Jolidon, 1987
Clippings and notes
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4La142 Press releases on Gerald Posner’s Mengele: The Complete Story, 1986
Cole, Paul M. POW/MIA Issues, vol. I & II, 1994
U.S. Army postcards
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4Ae71 Desert Storm medal scandal
Cold War
French material (articles used for research)
Tobacco factory
Celebici, February 28, 2002
Benevolence International Foundation—Enaam Arnaout
Karadzic—hunt down
Milosevic
Post-Algerians—Madeleine Rees
Delimustafic
Pifwics—History
Pogorelica
Karadzic and Milosevic
Smuggling
Stuttgart— January 17, 2002
Electronic monitoring
Algerians
Liljana letter
Arnaout—Arnaut
Counter-T
Pogorelica camp
Corruption
Muslim—ism
Proliferation
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4Ae81 Atrocities
Biber, James
Benjamin, Leslie
Egan, Bobby
Families
Fergusons
Grenier, Richard
Gunnoe, Lt. James
Holmes, Robert
Holmes, Robert
Kersten/Wilf
Kretchmer—Rhansberg
Nordeen, John
Panterimi forest
Radford—POW file
Reisman, Charles
Reitz
Scientists
Taylor, Olen
U.S.—Denials
Verdine/Pitterson
Winter, Richard
Young, Richard
931st signal—Drake
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4Ae104 Andre, Valerie
Chaplains
D.B. Benson
Egyptair
Hanna, Richard
Levanevsky—Alaska, 1937
Operation Desert rock
Pasquinelli
Rigoulot, P.
Salahutdin
Soviet military, 1992
Wanderers
Miscellaneous clippings, 1999-2001
Assorted pamphlets
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4M848 ECA (AMIK)
Escapee program
Escape/evasion
Defectors
Defectors (U.S.)
DNA
DPMO (Defense POW Missing Personnel Office)
Espionage
Evacuation
Evangelisches
Fighting home folks
Foreign claims (Korean POWs)
Foreign relations--Korea
Friendly fire—Korea, British, U.S.
German priests, nuns
France
Germ warfare
Germ war--Japanese
Germ war—crews
Germany (Soviet military)
HICOG—1950s
International Trade Agency
Interviews—Korea
Italy—Gulag
Japan—balloons
Japan—American
Japan—War crimes
Japan—volunteers
Joint Commission
KAL—007 (Korean Airlines)
KATYN—Nuremberg
KGB
Kim Il Sung—Letters
Korean-American front
Korea—Media
Korean War memorial
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4Ae76 Air Force:
Bumpass/Brown, 1955
Glenn/Pipes, 1956
Julius/Peters
Crawford, Loepke, Hofstatter, 1969
Stutts/Voltz, 1964
Ransom (hostage negotiations)
Air Force lists
B-26
B-29 June 13, 1952
October 7, 1952
Parker/Beaman
Beardall, Captain Harold
Black, Wayne
Boyle, Clarence
Clayberg
Dawson, Lt. Perry
Drama, Donald J.
Duquette, N.
Dunham, Captain John
Festini, Steve J.
Fletcher, Ernie
Greene, Major William J.
Grisham, Captain David
Harker, Charles
Hyatt, Don
King/St. Mary
Heise, Captain Art
Hoff, Warren
Lafferty, Tom
Lebaron, James
Lewis, Wayne E.
Logan, Samuel
Long, Major Joseph
Mast, Sargent Clifford
McLoughlin, Robert
Miller, Lt. Ralph B. Jr.
Niemann, Robert
Olson, Maurice
O’Meara, James
Padilla, Capt. Alexander
Royer, Capt. Ted
Sanderson, Warren
Seitzinger, FF?
Shaddick, Lt. John P. III
Stevenson, Frank
Tahsequah, Lt. Col. Meech
Tejeda, Francisco
Van Fleet, Capt. James
Wilson, James
Zeigler, Joseph P.
Zingerella, Anthony
Army:
Army-Last Seen Alive
Beenau list
Bailey, James
Balbi, Joseph
Boyd, Capt. Harold
Broome, Otis
Buttrey, William V.
Craig, Paul E.
Creagan—Storm
Cummings, Capt. Barnard
Dickenson, Donald R.
Duhaime, 1955
Duryea
East, Wildon C.
Gibson, Lt. Hall
Glasser, Gerald
Holt, Crenshaw
Hoysradt, Donald
Kimball, Hunter
Kim, George Leon
Kristanoff, G.W.
LaPointe, John
Ledbetter, Lt. Jack
Linebaugh/Anderson
Lopes, Alfred
Maus, Donald
Moreland, Harry Jr.
Morris, Russell F.
Ruddell, Lt. James
Schanck, Russell
Schantz—Dieh
Sowles, Sgt. Lewis (Bill)
Spiller, Sgt. William
Sternod, John
Strylowski
Travers, Joseph
Van Wees
Watkins, S. Kelly
Westphall, Johnnie
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4Ae77 Marines:
Chidester
Lawson, Milton
Mandra, Sgt. Philip
Meagher, Neil W.
Openbaugh, Tom
Peters, 1954
Stephen, St. James William
Navy:
Batson, Roland Russell
Brown, William Edmund
Bourassa, Jay
Thomsen, J. Keith
Venes, Lt. James J.
Miscellaneous:
Armenia C-130
Babinski
Bering sea shootdown
Bolling Air Force Base
Caruth, Bobby
Cox, Sgt. Richard
Demmler
DeSautels, Richard
Eaton, Sgt. K.
Enbom/Preston
Enbom, Walter
Galindo, Raymondo
Garrison, Lt.
Germany Defectors
Insung, Lee
Lies
Miller, Tracy
Oprica, Serban
Oranges, Kolchak
Oshinski, Robert
Paektusan
Parrish, 1964
Petra, Paulette
Saluden, P.
Turkey—Last Seen Alive
Vogeler—koblakov
Xu, Pinghua
FOIA (Freedom of Information Act), 1999-2000
POW/MIA hearings, November 1992
FOIA requests—Freedom Corps Information
Charity Interrogation Reports
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4Ae84 Charity Interrogation Reports
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4M847 Air Force--tactics
Akebono , Maru
Amerasia
American Red Cross
Artichoke
Atom plan
Black Vet heroes
British angles
B-25 China
Broadcasts—lists
Chaplains—Father Kapan
Charlie camp number 5
China, 1992
China, 1998
China—civilian POWs
China—POW remains returned
China—U.S. evacuation, 1950
Chinese forces
Chinese military
China—search teams
China—Gulag
CIA
CIC—441 st. (Counter Intelligence Corps)
Civilians in China and North Korea
Commerce department
Commie POWs
Congress—POWs/MIAs
Covert operations
Czech POWs
Danens
Declassification
Decorations/ medals
Deane (1956)—survivors in China
Farler, Hugo
Flook, Grady
Freed POW—Seoul
Gibra, John
Gooldsman, Bob
Harrison, David Taylor
Holt, Captain Vyvian
Huralsky, Jack
Hutchinson, M. (August 1956)
Johnson, Carlos P.
Lorenz, Carl
McKinney, G.M.
Martin/Marken
Menson-Soyka, H.
O’Neal, Floyd
Walatka, Simon
Racek, Thomas (Timothy)
Room/Rum
Sawicki, Richard (Pole)
Soviet Union POWs
Stevenson, Colonel
Wallace, Private Donald E.
Woodring, Raymond
6004th Air Intelligence United States Air Force
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2.325/M21b Acheson, Dean
Alfono, Dolores
Andreyko
Arnold, John Knox
Arredondo
Artemiev, V.P.
Bach, Lawrence
Bender/Smith (Freed 1948)
Bettinger, Stephen
Bigan, Lt. Andrew (Russian officers)
Blake, George
Bohlen, Charles
Brown, Clifford C.
Brown, Wallace Lamar
Button, Leonard
Camish, Feingirsh, Hopkins
Carlisle—24th Infantry
Chanteloup, Maurice
Cho, Lt. Chang-Ho
Ciscek-Makinen
Clark, General Mark
Coopers, Sally
Cox, Homer & Towers, Leland
Crosbie (Russians and “Blondie”)
De Mesco, Michael/ Makinen
Dodd, General
Dowe, Ray
Downey, John
Druto, Jan
Eisenhower, D.
Dulles
Ennis, Rose E.
Fabian, Captain Jimmy
Field, Herman
Fischer, Captain Harold E.
Flores, Nick
Gardella, Lawrence (sing a song)
Gigantes, Philippe
Gile, Captain Mel
Green, George-Vorkuth
Gulag/Survivors/LSA
Hamblen, General Archelaus Lewis
Hammarskjold, Dag
Hoover/Sgovio
Jackson, Jesse
Kah/Sklifton-Cruz
Kalugin, Oleg
Kang, San Ho
Kerrick, Guy (Captain Towers, Verdine)
Kanady, Pilmus
Kiba, Steve
Khokhlov, Nikolai E.
Kim, Sergei Feyedor
Kim, Vasily Ivanovich
Klaus, Samuel
Kuzmitch, Gregory & Kuznetsov, Pyotr
Lady, Harold Wendell
Langfang
Launey, Lt. Archie
Lee Sang Cho (Nina Iranova)
Lee, Jero
Li, General Vitali M.
Lieberman, Joseph
Lillard/Ruble
Lobov, General Georgi
Lodge, Henry Cabot
Logan, Hardy
Lukin-Russia Ambassador
Mackay, Olga
MacKenzie—Sq leader
Maultsby, Charles
McCain, John
Miller, Protoyerelis
Mohr, Sargent Major William
Monat, Pawel
Morris, Stephen
Mucclo—Ambassador
Nagy, John (Romania)
Noble, John
O’Brien, Mike
Oneill, Thomas
Parks, Lt. Roland
Pell, Senator Claiborne
Perot
Petrov, Vladimir
Posch, Frank
Potter, Senator Charles
Powell, John
Rhee, President Syngman
Ridgway, General Matthew
Rohrbacher, F.
Rosenberg, Anna
Rositzke, Harry
Rozbicki (Buffalo)
Schwable
Shaw, John
Shin Sang Ok
Simpson, Colonel O’Wighton Delk
Skala, Adelbert
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2.325/M22 Skero, Charles
Smirnov, Yuri A.
Smith, Senator Robert
Solarz
Song, Chun Kap
Sparks, Sidney & Schultz, Scott
Sronfek, Leonard
Stalin
Stiter/Llewellyn
Streit, Lt. John
Vincent, William P.
Suh, Ann W.
Swiatlo, Joseph
Thurmond, Strom
Tikhvinsky, Sergei
Tolstikov, V.G.
Truman, Harry
Tsutsui, Mike
Tsvetkov
Tunkin, G.I.
Van Atta
Volkogonov, Dmitry
Von Schwab
Wallenberg
Woods-B50
Worthy, William Jr.
Wu, Harry
Yu San Che
Yankovsky, Andy
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4Ae72 Research articles by subject:
China
Korea
Espionage
Russia
Civil conflict (China, Russia, Korea)
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4Ae68 China—Yangtze
Editor’s day
Knight Fellowships
Damman etc.
Indian bones
Russia 1995
Missing persons
Tajikistan
DPKO—UN
Uzbekistan
New, Michael
Cuba
Rwanda
Macedonia
Special Ops
Soviets—Armenia
South Africa, 1992
Assorted news clippings
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4Ae74 Missing in Action—Vietnam
Task Force Russia
Suitland
Room 400 microfilm
Papers, books, interviews, films, libraries
Soviet Archives
Soviet research
Tambov camps
Tibet
Turks
Turncoats
Non-repatriates
Turkestan
Ukraine
United Nations
United Nations
Command
Admirals
Letters
POWs
Order of Battle
U.S. Embassies
Valley Forge hospital
Vlasov vets
Women in Korea
Volunteer freedom corps
War crimes
White Russians
World War II/ U.S. POWs
Pawnee Indian graves research
Notebook and clippings
Copied correspondence
Statements and testimonies
Copied articles, 1981, 1988, 1989
Collected publications
Earthwatch 1986, 1989
Explorer’s Journal 1975
Soviet Research
Freedom of Information requests
Miscellaneous articles, clippings, and notes
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2.325/M22 Collected publications
Air Forces Monthly, January 2001
Appeal to Reason, vol. 5, no. 4, winter 1979-1980
Federal Benefits for Veterans and Dependents, 2000 ed.
Foreign Policy Spring 1997
International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, vol. 9, no.4 winter 1996/1997
The Knight International Press Fellowship Program, 1998-1999
Korea Focus,vol.8, no. 3 2000, May-June
Le Comite International de la Croix-Rouge et le Conflit De Coree, 1952
Media Studies Journal, Spring 1997
National Archives Microfilm Publications, pamphlet describing M1750
Nieman reports. Vol. 55, No. 1 Spring 2001
Patterns of Global Terrorism
Permanent Missions to the United Nations No. 84, April 1957
RFE/RL Research Report, Vol. 2, No. 25
Time, August 17, 1992
Verification Technologies: Cooperative Aerial Surveillance in International Agreements, July 30, 1991
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4Ae75 Cold War International History Project, Spring1992-Winter 1998
Report of the U.S. Senate Select Committee of POW/MIA Affairs, January 25, 1993 and Appendices
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4Ae79 The Graybeards July-December 1995
U.S. Korean Security Relation: New challenges and opportunities November 29-December 1987
Human Rights in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) December 1988
Miscellaneous publications
Materials in German and other foreign languages
box
4Ae81 Assorted articles about
POWs
Cold War, Russia, Korea, and China
Bibliography of selected Rand publications
box
4Ae82 Cold War International History Project: the Cold War in Asia 1995/1996
Assorted newsletters and articles
Assorted pamphlets and booklets
Copied articles regarding the Korean War
box
4A310 Ephemera: Jolidon’s name plate from the St. Petersburg Times
Articles written by Jolidon
box
2W70 Newspapers and news clippings of articles written by Jolidon
box
2X387b Cassettes (restricted)
Alfredo Cesar San Jose, January 15, 1987; Manuel Jiron San Jose, January 15, 1987
Amirov, V., Perskiy
Begins with Ken Warren question and answer
Buena Vox 1st day—Natalie Goodall
Buford McNamara, April 8, 2000
Busauyev, November 16, 1994
Carlos Fuentes, September 1, 1988
Charles Shamel Legislative Archive; Roger Jorstad Pentagon—Korean War casualty data
Colonel A. Orlov, November 29, 1993
Colonel G. Korotkov, January 12, 1993
Colonel Gavril Plotnikov, December 1, 1993; General Vitali M. Li, December 5, 1993
Conversation with Almesoy state department, November 3, 1988
Derskiy
Desdemona/Heeter and Guthery
DPMO MILW, July 28, 2000
Foster stair
General Lerbov, C. Plornikov, Gulag #2
Glasser/Kapaun/Thom Parker
Hartwell Champagne, April 20, 2000
Ho Jong, May 28, 1990
I. Lee, July 7, 2000
Innsbruck, Gulag #1
John Hill transcripts
Kenneth Banister
Kim Sergei Fevedorovich; Korea July 12, 1993
Lee Sang Cho, December 1993
Lobov, Gen. Georgy Ageerich Moskva, December 1993
Lost mode of prayer
Magadon archives; Pupova, L.; Gulag #3
Muratovic
N. Bolanos—coffee farm
Press conference San Francisco—Yangtze Expedition—Warrens, April 16,
Prichard/Roseanne/Perot/Khuylmeyer/Lee/Han
Red Gray August 16, 1981; Haerle (cont.) Bob Heller; Jim Wilson
Rogers company commander 24th division, November 29, 1986
Smirnov, Yuri December 9, 1993; Kang San Ho (St. Pete) December 11, 1993
Swartzkoff medal scandal
Tikhvinski, S.H.—December 13, 1993; Tolstikov, V.G.— December 13, 1993
Trotsenko
Ty Harrington; Chong Hol Su
The World this Week: Indonesia, August 16, 2001
(2 cassettes)
Yu San Che—December 16, 1993; Li San Cho—December 17, 1993; Tashkent
“4/16/87, Press Conference, San Francisco, Yangtzee Expedition, Warrens”
[removed from 4La132]
“Begins with Ken Warren Q&A” [removed from 4La132]
“Red Gray, 8-16-81” [removed from 4La132]
Colonel Drake 1&2
Cummings-City Confidential
Dayton agreement press conference, Bosnia 1996
Dedication; Korean memorial, August 29, 1992
First marine division: trip to Korea
Full telephone conversation with Colonel Land, March 27, 1986
Interview of Korean War prisoners: General Wallace & General Rogers
Lievikov, Giorgi, November 26, 1994; Pak, Valentin, Moscow, November 27, 1994
November 4, 1988
POW and MIA—The Fullest Possible Accounting
box
2X86b Microcassettes (restricted)
1st combat
A. Koshnia; B. Eidson; DVA-D.C., 1994; Pershing Hall
Al Graham; Volkog
“A. Kushnia, B. Eidson DVA-DC Pershing Hall, 23 March 1994” [removed from 4La132]
Altshul-Carpio
ASVAT
AWACS #1; Arabs-Hafar
B. Dumas #1, July 1989
Baidoa—Oakley
Bishkeil; MIA-Korea
Bob Carrell, September 5, 1994
Bushuyev
Carrington; Senator Smith, May 19, 1995
Cho Chang Ho; Bobby Thomas; I. Mandra
Cole/McDonald, May 23, 1995
Colonel Plotnivov, January 12, 1993
Colorlov, A.S., October 29, 1993
CSSD 111 night supply run
Dae Sook Suh; D.C. February 10, 1994; Nellie Dyer
DC & TP, May 26, 1998
Dearmond/Wright/Etting
Derskiy
Djagarov; Derskiy
DNA—MIA #1
Eckrich
Egan—Quang Khai
Experts Dr.
F. Gerhard Dishon
Frank Bessae – Mackler and Corriga
French Foreign Legion
Fubbs
G. Blake, Moscow
General V.M. Li, May 12, 1993
General Walker, November 18, 1996
General Yezerki, August 1994
Gore
Guy King; Zwiacher
Hart, John—CIA—Seoul
Herrington
Innsbruck, August 1991
Insung Lee, 1999
John Sylvester, May 4, 1976
Kang San Ho, December 11, 1993 and Y. Smirnov, December 9, 1993
Kim, Sergei F., September 12, 1993
Korean War Veterans (pres.) 1988
Korotkov, January 12, 1993
KW Video—Alliance; Sanders 1993
Lee San Cho, December 17, 1993
Leiyevica, G.; Pak, Valenar
Les Edinburg; O.P. Glory
Li, M. Nina Ivanova, December 16, 1993
M. Cacoyannis; Nunn
Maria Kilin
McBroom; Apaches January 14
McCellum, October 3, 1998
Mercours
Monika Ampferl; German Red Cross, Munich, November 1993
Nancy Lovell Dean
Natalya, E.; Yuri Smirnov, December 9, 1993; Archives 6 names POWs; Parliament
North Korean—U.N.—New York
Opricka, July 1989
Pagonis; Ed Foster—Women
Pat Plumadore, September 1994
Pershing hall 1994; E. Banks; R. Porteo
POW—MIA
Press Conference – General Walker, 1996
Randall Adams; Mrs. Wood (Robert’s mom); Thin blue line
Rigoulot
Russian archives
Russian Inspectors
Saga Sagaholdin, July 1993
Shila/Fontaine/Knego/Parks/Hearn/Dunning
Schwartzkopf
Thanksgiving—1st CAV
Tikhvinski, Sl., Moscow, December 13, 1993
Tim (punch bowl), 1998; Colonel Lano Din, 1986
Tolstikov, December 13, 1993
Tom Hawk, 1998
Toon, September 17, 1992
Toon/Volk; Korotkov, December 8-9
Trotsenko; Mandela
Unlabeled
Uzbek defect
Wisda; Kass, Wold—J. Dear—Document November 5, 1995.
Yu San Che, December 16, 1993
Zellers and G. Rogers
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2X387c Video cassettes (restricted)
Amirov, V. (interview for Last Seen Alive)
Answering machine; Mack Wallace , Fall 1990
Bobby Carut, 1984
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3W17i 3.5 Floppy Diskettes (restricted)
Bandong, September 2001
Expensed Bishkek names; interviews; Kronikul
Oranges, Kyrghyz, ground, Bishkek, expenses, names, report, Kronikul, Word 1 September 13, 1994
Fulbright 2001; Indonesia; Radio Journalist
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3So18b Photographs
Laurence Jolidon at French [regiment] camp, undated
Cover of book Last Seen Alive
Contact sheet of Private Wildon
Christopher Janus and President Ford
Photo of a Vietnam Defector, 10/22/1992
Yangtze River Expedition, China 1986 or 1987
Bosnia (unlabeled photos) 1996
Unidentified men
Photographs removed from Mutual of Omaha information kit
Steve Currey[?] from letter from LaMont Gunnerson, 1985
Headshot of Joel S. Fogel, resume printed on back, 1987
Removed from Nicholas W. Schrock—Sinaloa folder
Family portrait, ca. 1960’s
Unidentified American soldier
Secretary of Defense and Mrs. Cheney hosted dinner 3/17/1992
Dmitri Volkogonov
Ambassador Ho Jong, John Holland and Bob Dumas
Cemetery in South Korea
Unidentified soldiers and Korean officials
Black and white photograph removed from Pawnee Indian graves research material
POW: Ernie Fletcher
Sgt. George G. Tatavaki, Joseph Raymond “Bucky Travers,” Djagoarov Grigoriy
Two black and white photos removed from Bosnia 1996 material (to be reproduced for Mikhail Belkin story)
Photo of camp number 5 in North Korea, unidentified POW’s
box
3So18a Black and white photograph of “Valley of South McAlester D.M. Hailey Memorial” group, undated
box
3S105b Slides (restricted)
Yangtze River expedition press conference, Chu Siming, Zhao Xixin, Consul General of the People’s Republic of China in San Francisco and Ken Warren, 1987
Negatives (restricted)
Last Seen Alive negatives and Macedonia 1995
Unlabeled military personnel
box
3W5 16 mm film labeled “Reynolds AV Department Rochester Public Library, The Soviet” (restricted)
box
2.116/OD1220 Oversize maps and posters
List of inhabitants in Montebelle, in the county of Hancock, state of Illinois, June 1,1880
[2009-227]
box
4Zf1 NATO
Bosnia, 1996 and 2001-2002
London, 1996-1998
Events
Kudos and Letters of Recommendation
Last Seen Alive
Publicity materials
POWs - Jolidon
Correspondence, 1993-1997
Letters Out – Responses, 1994-1995
Chasing – LSA Documentary, 2001-2002
North Korea – research materials, 2001
North Korea Chang Business
Monica Felton
Alive at North Korea
box
4Zf2 Korean War POW true account
Search for info regarding Capt. Don Hyatt
box
4Zf1 Moscow, 1995
Gulf Media War, 1991
State and Local Insider and AMBACK, 1998
Laurence, Kansas, 1981
Dallas Times Herald
Free Press, 1974
Journalism Fellowship, 1967
Cold War – IL12, July 1953
Camp Butmir - Personnel
Morocco, 2002
Turn Back Before Baghdad
Mail Lists
Turn Back, February 2002
Turn Back Reporters
Fulbright Scholar Program Directory, 2001-2002
Notebooks:
Bosnia, undated
OP Joint Endeavor, undated
Key Leaders – Landcent, undated
Untitled, 1999
Untitled, undated
Letters Requesting Employment and rejections
Kudos and Letters of Recommendation
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4Zf2 Appointment Books, 1979-2001
Calendar, 1999
Report to President, 1992
History Project – Bulletin
Visas
Work Correspondence
Business Cards
Membership Press Club Cards
Airline Cards, etc.
Research Cards
Clippings, June 1978- June 1980
box
2.325/M1 Clippings, 1960s-1980s
box
3W17i Floppy Discs (restricted)
IFOR Bosnia
Jetcapades
Unlabelled
Videocassetes (restricted)
APTV – Sarajevo Han Pijesak events, 1996
(2 copies)
Bosnian Television, 1996
IFOR Television Pilot Program
Jusici Camera Confiscation, October 11, 1996
Normality Indicators
box
2X387c Bosnia, 1996
Bosnia Compilation
Bosnian TV Coverage Courtesy of IFOR
COMARRC’s Address
Media Briefing at Key Ladership Training, HQ AFCENT, Allied Effort 97.
MND/SE: Phoenix-Tobacco Factory, 1996
Nightline Mahala, August-September 1996
(2 copies)
Silent Armies of Bosnia HQ ARRC, March 1, 1996
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2X387b Cassettes (restricted)
Bobby Cartt on Roges, 1984
About Sarajevo during the war, How it was for the women
Sgt. Smith’s WorkTape #2
General Wallace Press Conference
Bosnia, 1996

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