Letter to Harry A. Bullis of Minneapolis on Foreign Economic Policy.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Letter to Chairmen, Senate and House Agriculture Committees, on the Farm Bills in Conference.
Letter Directing the Attorney General To Petition for an Injunction in Labor Dispute at the Atomic Energy Commission Facilities at Oak Ridge and Paducah.
Exchange of Letters Between the President and Chancellor Adenauer Concerning Vested German Assets in the United States.
Letter to President Hoover on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday.
Letter to Herbert Hoover, Jr., on His Contribution to the Settlement of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Dispute.
Letter to Ambassador Loy W. Henderson on His Contribution to the Settlement of the Anglo-Iranian Oil Dispute.
Letter to the Governors of the States Urging Them To Establish Committees To Assist in Implementing the Refugee Relief Act
Letter to the Governor of New York Congratulating Him on Establishing a Committee To Assist in Implementing the Refugee Relief Act.
Exchange of Letters Between the President and the Shah of Iran Concerning the Settlement of the Oil Problem.
Letter to Joseph T. Meek, Illinois Republican Candidate for the Senate.
Letter to Secretary Weeks Establishing a Cabinet Committee on Transport Policy and Organization.
Letter to Dr. Chester I. Barnard, Chairman, National Science Board, Concerning United States Participation in the International Geophysical Year.
Exchange of Letters Between the President and President Coty of France After the Fall of the Laniel Cabinet.
Letter to Secretary McKay Establishing a Cabinet Committee on Water Resources Policy.
Letter to Charles H. Percy of Chicago Concerning the President's Foreign Economic Policy Proposals.
Letter to the Secretary of Defense Directing Him To Withhold Certain Information from the Senate Committee on Government Operations.
Letter to General Wladyslaw Anders of the Polish Armed Forces in Exile on Commemoration of the Battle of Monte Cassino.
Telegram Inviting the Governors of States Afflicted by Dust Storms To Attend Conference at the White House.
Letter to Lindsay Warren Regarding His Retirement as Comptroller General of the United States
Letter Accepting Resignation of Joseph M. Dodge as Director of the Bureau of the Budget.
Letter to the Governors of the States and Territories Requesting Them To Serve as Honorary Chairmen, United Defense Fund.
Letter to Prime Minister Nehru of India Concerning U.S. Military Aid to Pakistan.
Letter to Governor Thornton, Chairman of the Governors' Conference 1954, Proposing a Visit to Korea by a Select Group of Governors.
Letter to Frederic L. Vorbeck, Executive Chairman, United Catholic Organizations for the Freeing of Cardinal Mindszenty.
Letter to Walter Reuther, President, United Automobile Workers, CIO, Concerning Economic Growth and Stability.
Letter to President Hoover Regarding the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch
Letter to Julius Ochs Adler, Chairman, National Security Training Commission, Concerning the Reserve Establishment.
Letter to the Governors of the States Calling for a Conference on Highway Safety.
Letter to Dr. Joseph J. Eller, Executive Director, Pan American Medical Association.
Letter to Walter P. Reuther Extending Greetings to the 15th Constitutional Convention of the Congress of Industrial Organizations.
Letter to Myron M. Cowen Concerning the Philippine Elections.
Letter to Representative Clement J. Zablocki on the Arrest of Cardinal Wyszynski of Poland.
Letter to Secretary of the Interior McKay Establishing a Cabinet Committee on Minerals Policy.
Exchange of Letters Between the President and President Paz Estenssoro of Bolivia Concerning the Need for Economic Assistance
Letter to the Attorney General Directing Him To Petition for an Injunction in the Maritime Strike.
Letter to the Chairman, Air Coordinating Committee, Requesting a Review of Aviation Policy.
Exchange of Letters Between the President and Mayor Ernst Reuter Concerning Conditions in Berlin.
Letter Accepting Resignation of Martin P. Durkin as Secretary of Labor.
Letter to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs Concerning His Meetings With the Major Tribal Groups.
Exchange of Letters Between the President and Prime Minister Zahedi Concerning the Need for Increased Aid to Iran.
Letter to Lewis W. Douglas Concerning Report on His Financial and Economic Mission to the United Kingdom.
Letter to Clarence Randall, Chairman, Commission on Foreign Economic Policy, Transmitting the Douglas Report.
Letter to Heads of Departments and Agencies Concerning Further Economies in Government.
Letter to Chancellor Adenauer of Germany Concerning the Uprisings in East Berlin and East Germany.
Letter to the Chairman, Senate Appropriations Committee, on the Mutual Security Program.
Telegram Congratulating Ben Hogan.
Exchange of Letters Between the President and Chancellor Adenauer Concerning the Soviet Government's Refusal To Admit Food for the people of East Germany.
Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Transmitting a Proposed Supplemental Appropriation for the Department of Agriculture.
Exchange of Letters Between the President and Chancellor Adenauer of Germany Concerning Aid for the People of the Soviet Zone.
Letter to the Secretary of Agriculture Requesting a Study of the Problems of the Domestic Wool Industry.
Letter on Intellectual Freedom to the President of the American Library Association.
Letter to Chairmen of Senate Foreign Relations and House Foreign Affairs Committees Concerning the European Coal and Steel Community.
Letter to President Syngman Rhee of Korea, Concerning Acceptance of the Panmunjom Armistice.
Letter to General Gruenther Regarding His Nomination as Supreme Allied Commander, Europe.
Letter to Admiral Carney Regarding His Nomination as Chief of Naval Operations.
Letter to General Ridgway, Supreme Allied Commander, Europe, Regarding His Nomination as Chief of Staff of the Army.
Letter to the Chairman, North Atlantic Council, Requesting the Release of General Ridgway as Supreme Allied Commander, Europe.
Letter to General Ridgway on His Service as Supreme Allied Commander, Europe.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Recommending Establishment of a Commission on Foreign Economic Policy.