Letter to the President of the American Red Cross on the Nation's Voluntary Disaster Relief in Chile.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Letter to Governor Underwood of West Virginia on further federal Activities in Aid of Chronic Labor Surplus Areas.
Letter to Senator Bennett on the Need for Legislation Authorizing the President To Make Adjustments in Sugar Quotas.
Letter to Syngman Rhee Upon His Withdrawal From Political Life in Korea.
Letter to the Administrator of General Services Offering the President's Papers and Other Documentary Materials as a Gift to the United States
Letter to the Co-Chairmen of the Joint Federal-State Action Committee on Receiving the Committee's Final Report.
Letter to the Governors Concerning Assumption by the States of Regulatory Functions Relating to Atomic Energy.
Exchange of Telegrams Between the President and President Garcia on the Philippine Sugar Quota.
Letter to Frederick M. Eaton, U.S. Representative to the Ten-Nation Disarmament Conference in Geneva.
Letter to Dr. Henry Wriston on His Acceptance of the Chairmanship of the Commission on National Goals.
Letter to T. Keith Glennan, Administrator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, on High Thrust Space Vehicles.
Letter to Gordon Gray Designating Him Chairman of the Operations Coordinating Board
Letter to Karl G. Harr, Jr., Concerning His Duties With the Operations Coordinating Board.
Letter to Senator Cooper on Federal Programs and Activities in Aid of Chronic Labor Surplus Areas.
Letter to the Attorney General on Receiving His Report on Deceptive Practices in Broadcasting Media.
Letter to Admiral Robert L. Dennison on His Designation as Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic
Letter to Admiral Jerauld Wright on His Release From the Position of Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic.
Letter to the Comptroller General of the United States Concerning His Request for Reports Evaluating the Mutual Security Program in Iran and Thailand.
Letter to Chairman Khrushchev Proposing a Four-Power Summit Conference in Paris.
Letter to Dr. Erwin D. Canham, President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, on the Federal Budget.
Letter Accepting Resignation of Neil H. McElroy as Secretary of Defense.
Letter to Secretary Flemming on Receiving Report of the Federal Council on Aging.
Letter to the Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee, Concerning His Request for a Report Evaluating the Mutual Security Program in Viet-Nam.
Letter to the Attorney General Directing Him To Petition for an Injunction in the Steel Strike.
Letter to Senator Gore Concerning the Interstate Highway Program.
Letter to the Attorney General Directing Him To Petition for an Injunction in the Maritime Strike.
Letter to Secretary Anderson Approving the Increase in Interest Rates for Savings Bonds.
Letter to the President of the United Steelworkers and to Representatives of the Steel Industry.
Exchange of Letters Between the President and the Chief of State, General Franco, of Spain.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Transmitting the Final Report of the President's Committee To Study the U.S. Military Assistance Program.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Transmitting Report "Economic Assistance: Programs and Administration."
Letter to President Meany Acknowledging AFL-CIO Support of the Government's Position on West Berlin.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Transmitting Report on Mass Transportation in the Washington Region.
Letter to Governor Egan Concerning the Presentation to Alaska of the First 49-Star Flag.
Letter to the Secretary, Western Association of State Highway Officials, on the Interstate Highway Program.
Letter Accepting Resignation of Secretary of Commerce Strauss.
Letter to David J. McDonald, President of the United Steelworkers of America.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Transmitting Report "The Organization and Administration of the Military Assistance Program."
Letter to William H. Draper, Jr., Regarding the Second Interim Report of the President's Committee To Study the U.S. Militaryÿ Assistance Program.
Letter to John Foster Dulles Awarding Him the Medal of Freedom, and Accompanying Citation