Register of the Kenneth Rush Papers, 1937-1989

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Register of the Kenneth Rush Papers, 1937-1989

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

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  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
Processed by:
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Date Completed:
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© 1997 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Kenneth Rush Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1937-1989
Collection number: 85019
Creator: Rush, Kenneth, 1910-
Extent: 34 manuscript boxes (13.6 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, speeches, memoranda, interview transcripts, financial records, and printed matter, relating to United States foreign relations with Germany and France, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and United States foreign, economic, and defense policy during the administrations of Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Kenneth Rush Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1985.

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Access Points

United States. Dept. of State.
United States. Dept. of Defense.
United States--Foreign relations--Germany (West)
United States--Foreign relations--France.
Germany (West)--Foreign relations--United States.
France--Foreign relations--United States.
United States--Foreign relations--1969-1974.
United States--Foreign relations--1974-1977.
United States--Defenses.
United States--Economic policy.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-
Ford, Gerald R. (Gerald Rudolph), 1913-
United States--Foreign relations.
United States--Armed Forces.
France.
Germany.
Diplomats--United States.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

1910, Jan. 17 Born, Walla Walla, Washington
1930 B. A. degree, the University of Tennessee
1932 J. D. degree, Yale University
1936-1937 Assistant Professor, Duke University Law School
1966-1969 President, Union Carbide Corporation
1969 July-1972 Feb. U.S. Ambassador to the Federal German Republic
1972 Feb.-1973 Feb. Deputy Secretary of Defense
1973 Feb.-1974 May Deputy Secretary of State
1974 May-Oct. Counsellor to the President for Economic Policy
1974 Nov.-1977 Mar. U.S. Ambassador to France
1979-1984 Chairman, The Atlantic Council of the United States

SERIES DESCRIPTION

Box 1

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1942-1975

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Correspondence, printed matter and reports arranged by form.
Box 1

UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION FILE, 1937-1969

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Personnel questionnaires and speeches arranged by form.
Boxes 2-3

CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1939-1969

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Correspondence arranged alphabetically.
Boxes 4-8

OFFICE FILE, U.S. EMBASSY, GERMANY, JULY 1969-FEBRUARY 1972

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Clippings and speeches and writings arranged by form.
Boxes 9-12

OFFICE FILE, DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE, FEBRUARY 1972-FEBRUARY 1973

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Speeches and writings, correspondence and schedule arranged by form.
Boxes 13-15

OFFICE FILE, DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE, FEBRUARY 1973-MAY 1974

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Subject files and speeches and writings arranged by form.
Boxes 16-17

OFFICE FILE, COUNSELLOR TO THE PRESIDENT FOR ECONOMIC POLICY, MAY-OCTOBER 1974

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Appointments, correspondence, speeches and writings arranged by form.
Boxes 18-32

OFFICE FILE, U. S. EMBASSY, FRANCE, NOVEMBER 1974-MARCH 1977

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Personal file, correspondence and speeches and writings arranged by form.
Boxes 33-34

LATER YEARS, 1977-1989

Scope and Content Note

Arrangement

Correspondence arranged by form.

Container List

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1942-1975

Box 1, Folder 1

American National Red Cross

Folder 2

Biography

Folder 3

Distinguished Civilian Service Awards Board

Folder 4

Draft registration

Folder 5

Institute of International Education

 

UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION, 1947-1969

Box 1, Folder 6

President's letter, April 6, 1967

Folder 7

Security questionnaires, 1947-1967

 

Speeches and writings. Typescript unless otherwise indicated

Folder 8

"'Research on Research' Needed by the Chemical Industry," Journal of Commerce, n.d.

 

"Tooling Up For Effective Marketing," n.d.

 

Graduation address, Tusculum College, May 21, 1961

 

"The Operations of Union Carbide Corporation for the United States Atomic Energy Commission," November 2, 1961

 

"Education for a Life of Accelerating Change," December 15, 1962

 

"Let's Be Realistic About Exports and Foreign Investment," November 17, 1964

 

Address, annual meeting of stockholders, April 22, 1965

 

Comments, New York Society of Security Analysts, April 14, 1966

 

"Union Carbide's Current Progress Towards Attaining Its Long-Range Objectives," speech, Charleston, West Virginia, November 10, 1966

 

"Business Planning in Union Carbide," February 1, 1967. Also includes printed copy

 

Introductory comments, Underwriters' Information Meeting, February 16, 1967

 

"Communications and the Chemical Industry," American Business Press, March 1, 1967

 

Address, annual meeting of stockholders, April 18, 1967

 

Dedication talk, Hot Springs, Arkansas, May 20, 1967

 

Luncheon talk, Hot Springs, Arkansas, May 20, 1967

 

Address, Dinner of Governor Winthrop Rockefeller, Little Rock, Arkansas, August 30, 1967

 

Address, West Virginia Tech, October 14, 1967

 

"Reflections on Oak Ridge and Union Carbide Corporation," remarks at Oak Ridge Rotary Club Meeting, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, October 26, 1967

 

Address, annual meeting, April 18, 1968. Draft

 

"International Education and the Multinational Corporation," speech, Institute of International Education, October 15, 1968

 

Address, annual meeting, April 22, 1969

Folder 9

Travel

 

CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1939-1969

Box 2, Folder 1

A-B

Folder 2

Business Advisory Committee for Nixon-Agnew. Relates to the 1968 presidential campaign of Richard M. Nixon

Folder 3

G-H

Folder 4

J-L

Folder 5

M-O

Folder 6

P-R

Box 3, Folder 1

S-V

Folder 2

W-Z

 

OFFICE FILE, U.S. EMBASSY, GERMANY, JULY 1969-FEBRUARY 1972

 

Clippings

 

General

Box 4, Folder 1

1969 June 12-October 11

Folder 2

1969 October 12-November 30

Folder 3

1969 December 1-1970 January 30

Folder 4

1970 January 31-February 5

Folder 5

1970 February 6-April 13

Folder 6

1970 April 15-June 30

Box 5, Folder 1

1970 July 1-October 21

Folder 2

1970 October 22-December 24

Folder 3

1971 January 6-March 19

Folder 4

1971 March 20-April 30

Folder 5

1971 May 3-December 29

Folder 6

1972 January

Folder 7

1972 February 1-9

Box 6, Folder 1

Berlin Four Power Talks

Folder 2

1970 February 11-March 31

Folder 2

1970 April 1-May 15

Folder 3

1970 June 1-July 4

Folder 4

1970 July 10-September 30

Folder 5

1970 October 1-December 12

Folder 6

1971 January 8-July 18

Box 7, Folder 1

1971 July 23-August 19

Folder 2

1971 August 20-24

Folder 3

1971 August 25-31

Folder 4

1971 September 3-4

Folder 5

1971 September 5-28

Folder 6

1971 October 1-1972 June 27

Folder 7

Letters on signing of the Berlin Four Power Talks Agreement, August, September 1971. Photocopies

 

Speeches and writings. Typescript unless otherwise indicated

Box 8, Folder 1

Untitled, n.d. Speech cards

 

Remarks, October 10, 1969

 

Columbus Day dinner address, Berlin, October 12, 1969

 

"Which Countries Count in Europe?," Chiefs of Mission meeting address, November 11, 1969

 

"America: Guardian or Partner?," speech, Hessischer Kreis, February 20, 1970

 

"An Era of Negotiation - Its Objectives and Requirements," German Society for Foreign Policy address, March 10, 1970

 

"The American Security Interest in Germany," Farbstein Committee address, April 8, 1970

 

Remarks, inaugural ceremony, German-American Friendship Week, April 27, 1970. Draft

 

Remarks, principal officers' meeting, May 11, 1970. Talking points

 

Speech on Cambodia, May 12, 1970. Speech cards

 

Speech at dedication of new America House, Hannover, May 22, 1970. Speech cards

Folder 2

"The German-American Partnership: Its Necessity and Promise," German American Society address, Essen, May 25, 1970

 

"Ties Between Berlin and the Western World," American Chamber of Commerce address, Berlin, July 1, 1970

 

"The New Era in Europe and Its Meaning for America," read by Minister Russell Fessenden to the Foreign Policy Society of Munich for Ambassador Rush, October 20, 1970

 

"The Relationship of the European Communities with the United States of America," Europa-Haus Marienberg e.V., November 7, 1970

 

"America and Europe in the 1970s," German Atlantic Society address, November 25, 1970

 

"The New Era in Europe and its Meaning for America," The Department of State Bulletin, December 7, 1970

 

Speech before the Council of Foreign Relations, January 14, 1971

 

"The United States and Europe: The Continuing Need for Security," speech, American Club of Hamburg and the American Chamber of Commerce, Hamburg, March 17, 1971

 

"Dimensions of Partnership," Steuben Schurz Society address, Hannover, March 18, 1971

 

"An Agenda for the Alliance," Fuldaer Zeitung, Fulda, April 20, 1971

 

"Action in a Changing Environment," American Women's Club of Germany address, April 24, 1971

 

"Protectionism or Free Trade: A Decision for Our Time," Export Club of Munich address, May 3, 1971

 

"Protektionismus oder Freihandel: Wir mussen uns entscheiden," Export Club, Zeitschrift des Export-Clubs, Munich, June-July 1971

 

"American Diplomacy in Europe in a Period of Change," World Affairs Council address, Los Angeles, June 17, 1971

 

"Die Beziehungen der Vereingten Staaten zu den europaischen Gemeinschaften," Europa, Wunsch und Wirklichkeit, July 28, 1971

 

Speech on the signing of the Quadripartite Agreement, September 2, 1971

 

"The Berlin Agreement - An Assessment," speech Industrie-und Handelskammer zu Berlin, September 22, 1971. Includes transcript of question and answer period

 

Speech cards, October 21, 1971

 

"A New Role for the USA?", address at seminar on international affairs, September 27, 1971

 

"Berlin: The Four Power Agreement," Current Foreign Policy (Bureau of Public Affairs, Department of State) December, 1971

 

Remarks to U.S. Forces in Berlin, Tempelhof Airport, February 7, 1972

 

"The Berlin Agreement: An Assessment," January 20, 1972. Updated from the September 22, 1971 speech

 

"The American Commitment in Europe," January 26, 1972

 

Remarks, Golden Book Ceremony, Berlin, February 4, 1972

 

"The United States and an Expanded European Economic Community - Partners in a World Economy," speech, Rhein-Ruhr-Klub e.V., Duesseldorf, February 9, 1972

Folder 3

Speech material

Folder 4

Speeches-Reactions

Folder 5

Stamps, Commemorative

Folder 6

Travel

 

OFFICE FILE, DEPUTY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE, FEBRUARY 1972-FEBRUARY 1973

 

Clippings

Box 9, Folder 1

1972 February-April

Folder 2

1972 May-1973 February

 

Correspondence, 1972-1974

Folder 3

A

Folder 4

Allen, Peter, 1966-1974

Folder 5

B

Folder 6

C

Folder 7

D

Folder 8

E

Box 10, Folder 1

F

Folder 2

Ford, Gerald R.

Folder 3

G

Folder 4

H

Folder 5

I

Folder 6

J

Folder 7

K

Folder 8

Kissinger, Henry A.

Folder 9

L

Folder 10

M

Folder 11

N

Folder 12

Nixon, Richard M.

Folder 13

O

Folder 14

P

Folder 15

Q

Box 11, Folder 1

R

Folder 2

S

Folder 3

Scheer, Dieter

Folder 4

T

Folder 5

U

Folder 6

V

Folder 7

W

Folder 8

Y, Z

 

Invitations

Box 12, Folder 1

Accepted

Folder 2

Regretted

Folder 3

To the Secretary's residence

Folder 4

Interviews

Folder 5

Miscellaneous

Folder 6

Nomination hearing before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate

Folder 7

Schedules

Folder 8

Speeches. Typescript unless otherwise indicated

 

Addresses

 

Armed Forces Day Commemoration luncheon, Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta, Georgia, May 15, 1972

 

National Security Industrial Association Cost Symposium, Washington, D.C., August 16, 1972

 

National Security Industrial Association, Washington, D.C., September 14, 1972

 

Department of Defense Procurement Conference, September 28, 1972

 

Army War College, Montgomery, Alabama, October 12, 1972

 

National War College, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C., December 4, 1972

 

Advisory Council, National Committee of Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, Washington, D.C., December 8, 1972

 

Remarks

 

Governor's Conference, Washington, D.C., February 24, 1972

 

Joint Civilian Orientation Conference, Rosslyn, Virginia, May 12, 1972. Two copies

 

Presentation of the National Transportation Award, Bolling Air Force Base, May 19, 1972

 

Reserve Forces Policy Board, Pentagon, May 25, 1972

 

Manufacturing Chemists' Association, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, June 8, 1972

 

American Council on Germany, Inc., New York, New York, June 19, 1972

 

Republican Candidates' Conference, Washington, D.C., July 1, 1972

 

Combined Federal Campaign, Pentagon, October 13, 1972

 

Statements

 

Ratification of the Seabed Arms Control Treaty, State Department, Washington, D.C., May 18, 1972

 

Pentagon press conference, June 23, 1972

Folder 9

Speech materials

Folder 10

Travel

 

OFFICE FILE, DEPUTY SECRETARY OF STATE, FEBRUARY 1973-MAY 1974

 

Appointments and invitations, 1973-1974

Box 13, Folder 1

Appointments book, 1974. Includes Kenneth Rush's positions as Deputy Secretary of State, Counsellor to the President for Economic Policy and Ambassador to France

 

1973

Folder 2

Accepted

Folder 3

Regretted

Folder 4

Guest lists, Mrs. Rush

 

1974

Folder 5

January

Folder 6

February

Folder 7

March

Folder 8

April

Folder 9

May

Folder 10

Guest lists

Folder 11

Guest lists for functions hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Rush

Box 14, Folder 1

Board of the Foreign Service

Folder 2

Casey, William J.

Folder 3

Christmas gift thank yous

Folder 4

Clippings

Folder 5

Correspondence, January 1973-May 1974

Folder 6

Departure

Folder 7

Memoranda of conversations and reporting cables

Folder 8

Moynihan, Daniel P.

Folder 9

Personnel recommendations

Folder 10

Procedures and miscellaneous

Folder 11

Representation expenses and reimbursements

Folder 12

Responsibilities

Folder 13

Rhodesian chrome

 

Schedules

Folder 14

Social, February 1973-June 1974

Folder 15

Social, Mrs. Rush, January 1973-May 1974

Folder 16

January-May 1974

Folder 17

Kissinger, Secretary Henry, March-April 1974

 

Speeches and writings. Typescript unless otherwise indicated

Box 15, Folder 1

Foreign Service Day Message, n.d.

 

Parting remarks to Ambassador Ushiba, n.d.

 

Interview for German television, March 13, 1973

 

"The United States and the Changing World," remarks to Fulbright-Hays scholars honored by the Department of State and the Washington International Center, March 21, 1973. Printed copy in Department of State Bulletin, May 1973

 

"U.S. Policy Toward Eastern Europe," speech, U.S. Naval Academy 13th annual students' conference on foreign affairs, Annapolis, Maryland, April 4, 1973

 

"The Nixon Administration's Foreign Policy Objectives," Department of State Bulletin, April 23, 1973

 

Statement before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, May 2, 1973

 

Interview, United States Information Service, May 8, 1973

 

Statement before the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, May 15, 1973

 

"The NATO Alliance, the Basis for an Era of Negotiations," speech, Southern Council for International and Public Affairs, Atlanta, Georgia, May 22, 1973

 

Speech before the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, June 5, 1973

 

Statement before the Subcommittee on Foreign Commerce and Tourism, Senate Committee on Commerce, June 7, 1973

 

Statement before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee June 12, 1973

 

"The United States With Europe," Los Angeles World Affairs Council address, June 14, 1973

 

Speech to the Country Day School Headmasters' Association, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, June 21, 1973

 

Speech, workshop for foreign service families, Foreign Service Institute, June 22, 1973

 

"United States Troop Levels in Europe," testimony before the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Subcommittee on European Affairs. Printed copy with news release in pamphlet of Bureau of Public Affairs, Department of State, July 13, 1973. Appears as an article in Vital Speeches, August 1, 1973. Testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Arms Control

 

Address to the SEATO Council meeting, September 28, 1973

 

Address, President's Conference on Export Expansion, October 11, 1973

 

Speech, Yale Law School, October 13, 1973?

 

Statement before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee, November 5, 1973

 

"The Dilemma of Choice," United Synagogue of America address, November 13, 1973

 

Statement before the House Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, House Appropriations Committee, November 14, 1973

 

Remarks for Norwegian luncheon, November 27, 1973

 

"A New Era in U.S. - Latin American Relations," The Council of the Americas address, December 5, 1973

 

"The Middle East and Detente," Council on Foreign Relations, address December 12, 1973

 

Statement before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, December 13, 1973

 

Japanese Planning Group luncheon, December 18, 1973

 

"America and Asia: The Old and the New," Cleveland Council on Foreign Relations address, January 21, 1974

 

"U.S. Commitment to a Generation of Peace," commencement address, Tusculum College, Greenville, Tennessee, May 26, 1975

Folder 2

Speech material

Folder 3

Travel

 

OFFICE FILE, COUNSELLOR TO THE PRESIDENT FOR ECONOMIC POLICY, MAY-OCTOBER 1974

Box 16, Folder 1

Appointments, June-July 1974

 

Correspondence

Folder 2

Chronological, May 29-October 18, 1974

Folder 3

Congratulatory letters, May, June 1974

Folder 4

Personal

Folder 5

Press conferences, press releases, interviews

Folder 6

Resignation

 

Schedules

Box 17, Folder 1

1974 June-October

Folder 2

Mrs. Rush, August-September 1974

Folder 3

Speech agencies

Folder 4

Speeches. Typescript

 

"Observations About Germany," n.d.

 

Speech, Tusculum College, n.d.

 

Remarks, National Association of Manufacturers, Washington, D.C., June 11, 1974

 

Address, July 26, 1974

Folder 5

Statements and testimony before Congress. Typescript

 

Testimony, July 26, 1974. Draft

 

Statement, Joint Economic Committee, July 29, 1974. Also speech cards

 

Statement, Senate Committee on the Budget, August 14, 1974

 

Statement, Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, n.d.

 

Executive privilege

 

White House

Folder 6

Camp David

Folder 7

Memoranda

Folder 8

Organizational procedure

Folder 9

President Gerald R. Ford's remarks, August 9, 1974

Folder 10

Presidential yacht

Folder 11

Telephone calls

Folder 12

Travel voucher

 

OFFICE FILE, U.S. EMBASSY, FRANCE, NOVEMBER 1974-MARCH 1977

 

Personal file

Box 18, Folder 1

Appointment, September 1974

Folder 2

Arrival in France

Folder 3

Arts patronage

Folder 4

Departure, March 14, 1977

Folder 5

Financial interests statements

Folder 6

Hijacking of TWA flight 355

Folder 7

Interview about the Concorde airplane

Folder 8

Monthly expenses

Folder 9

Personal bills paid

Folder 10

Resignation

 

Appointments and invitations

Folder 11

Appointments book 1974

Folder 12

Appointments book 1975

Box 19, Folder 1

Appointments book 1975

Folder 2

Invitations accepted and regretted

Folder 3

Central Intelligence Agency

Folder 4

Clippings

Folder 5

Commissary bills

 

Correspondence

Folder 6

A-B

Folder 7

Abrasimov, Petr

Box 20, Folder 1-2

C

Folder 3

Chambrun, Rene, comte de

Folder 4-5

D-E

Box 21, Folder 1-7

F-L

Box 22, Folder 1-7

M-S

Box 23, Folder 1-3

T-Z

Box 24, Folder 1-4

Chronological file, October 10, 1974-April 4, 1977

Box 25, Folder 1

Franco-American relations

Folder 2-7

Guest lists, October 1974-March 1977

Folder 8

Miscellaneous information

Folder 9

Office procedures

 

Personnel

Box 26, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Audit reports

Folder 3-5

Evaluation reports

Folder 6

Press corps

Folder 7

Representation vouchers and allowances

Folder 8

Replies to congratulatory letters

 

Residence

 

Finances

Folder 9

Bills paid

Folder 10

Expenses

Folder 11

Monthly statements

Folder 12

Petty cash

Box 27, Folder 1

Inventory

Folder 2

Move to Paris

Folder 3

Paintings

Folder 4

Security

Folder 5

Servants

 

Schedules

Folder 6

1974 November -December

Folder 7

1975 January

Folder 8

1975 February

Folder 9

1975 March

Box 28, Folder 1

1975 April

Folder 2

1975 May

Folder 3

1975 June

Folder 4

1975 July

Folder 5

1975 September

Folder 6

1975 October

Folder 7

1975 November

Box 29, Folder 1

1975 December

Folder 2

1976 January

Folder 3

1976 February

Folder 4

1976 March

Folder 5

1976 April

Box 30, Folder 1

1976 May

Folder 2

1976 June

Folder 3

1976 July

Folder 4

1976 September

Folder 5

1976 October

Folder 6

1976 November

Folder 7

1976 December

Folder 8

1977 January

Box 31, Folder 1

1977 February

Folder 2

1977 March

 

Social contacts

Folder 3

A-J

Folder 4

K-Z

 

Speeches. Typescript unless otherwise indicated

Folder 5

Remarks, presentation of credentials, Elysee Palace, November 21, 1974

 

Speech, American Club, November 25, 1974. Also a French translation and speech cards

 

Toast, Sons of the American Revolution, November 26, 1974

 

Remarks, France-United States Friendship Group, December 19, 1974. Speech cards

Folder 6

Speech on multinational cooperation, American Society of International Law, January 9, 1975

 

Speech, Anglo-American Press Club, January 31, 1975

 

Remarks, France-Amerique dinner, February 25, 1975 With French translation

 

Speech, Harvard-Yale-Princeton luncheon, February 28, 1975. With speech cards

 

Speech, Men's Club of the American Cathedral, March 12 (1975?). Speech cards

 

Speech, Association France-Etats-Unis, March 20, 1975. Speech cards and French translation

 

Speech, Diplomatic Press Association, March 24, 1975. With questions and answers following speech

 

Speech, North American Treaty Association Defense College, March 27 (1975?)

 

Toast, Clos du Vougeot. Also a Franch translation and speech cards

 

Remarks, Franco-American Institute, April 23 (1975?)

 

Remarks, Rennes Museum, April 23 (1975?)

 

Remarks, dinner in Rennes, April 23, (1975?)

 

Remarks, Rennes International Fair, April 24 (1975?)

 

Remarks, American Women's Group Scholarship luncheon, May 12, 1975

 

Toast, Franco-American Friendship Group of the National Assembly, May 15 (1975?)

 

Remarks, opening of American Days in Mulhouse, France, May 21, 1975

 

Remarks, Suresnes Cemetery, May 25, 1975

 

Academie Diplomatique Internationale, June 24, 1975. Speech cards and a French translation

 

Remarks at a dinner in honor of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Mme. Sauvagnargues, July 1, 1975

 

Remarks, Picpus Cemetery, July 4, 1975

 

Remarks, Sons of American Revolution dinner, October 16, 1975

 

President Ford's Thanksgiving Proclamation read by Ambassador Rush, American Church, Paris, November 27, 1975

 

University Club speech, December 8 (1975?) Themes.

 

"U.S. Policy on International Capital Movements," speech, French Chamber of Commerce in the United States, December 10, 1975

 

Remarks, French television first network program: Americana, December 11, 1975. With French translation

 

Remarks, tree lighting ceremony, December 15, 1975

Folder 7

"U.S. - French Relations." U.S. Army Association address, Heidelberg, January 29, 1976

 

"Independence, NATO, and Western Security," French Defense Institute address, February 5, 1976. Speech cards; questions and answers summary

 

Remarks, France-Amerique dinner, February 6, 1976

 

Remarks, Washington Birthday dinner, February 23, 1976

 

Proposed speech, Chamber of Commerce, Marseille, March 4, 1976 (speech not given)

 

Proposed remarks, U.S. Trade Center, March 8, 1976

 

"Current State of U.S. - French Relations," National War College, April 29, 1976

 

Remarks, an international festival, Mont-St-Michel, May 2, 1976

 

"America's Third Century: The International Economic Setting," Academie Diplomatique Internationale, May 4, 1976. With speech cards

 

Remarks, Suresnes Cemetery, May 30, 1976

 

Remarks, Memorial Day Service, American Cathedral, May 30, 1976

 

Remarks, the Association "Les Parisiens de Paris," June 3, 1976

 

"The U.S. Bicentennial - The History of a Revolution," Deauville, June 12, 1976. With French translation

 

President Ford's statement read by Ambassador Bush at Deauville, June 12, 1976

 

Remarks, Wooster (School) Program dinner, Roussillon, June 14, 1976

 

Remarks, reception at the Mairie, Arles, June 16, 1976

 

Remarks, Le Havre, June 17, 1976. With French translation

 

Remarks, Bicentennial reception, Vendome, June 19, 1976

 

Remarks, Tilly Bicentennial celebration, June 26, 1976

 

Press release about landing rights for the Concorde airplane, July 1, 1976. With French translation

 

Remarks in reply to the Prefect's toast, Lyon, July 2, 1976

 

Address, Lyon City Hall, July 2, 1976

 

Remarks, American Cathedral, July 4, 1976

 

Remarks, Picpus Cemetery, July 4, 1976

 

"Current State of U.S. - French Relations," Mid-America luncheon address, Chicago, July 28, 1976. Outline

 

Remarks, Lafayette Day, Chateau de Chavaniac, September 6, 1976

 

Statement, Academie d'Agriculture de France, November 4, 1976

 

Remarks, Ecole Francaise Libre des Attaches de Presse, November 4, 1976

 

Remarks, the Marine Ball, November 10, 1976

 

Speech to the British and Commonwealth Women's Association, Versailles, December 3, 1976

 

Remarks, Sons of the American Revolution, December 7, 1976

 

Speech to the American Club on current state of U.S. - French relations, March 10, 1977. Outline

Box 32, Folder 1

Draft for Vice-President Nelson A. Rockefeller, February 23, 1976

 

Travel

Folder 2

Schedules and itinerary, 1975

Folder 3

United States, July 18 -September 3, 1975

Folder 4

Spain, December 1975

Folder 5

Schedules and itinerary, 1976

Folder 6

United States, May 1976

Folder 7

United States, July 17 -September 1, 1976

Folder 8

Authorizations

Folder 9

Reimbursements

Folder 10

Washington Economic Community statement

 

LATER YEARS, 1977-1989

 

Correspondence

Box 33, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Atlantic Council of the United States

Folder 3-4

Grand Central Art Galleries, 1949-1977

 

Mattison, Jay L. See also Box 14, Correspondence

Folder 5

1969-1970

Folder 6

1971-1972

Box 34, Folder 1

1973-1974

Folder 2

1975-1977

Folder 3

Photocopies of documents and letters from officials

 

Interviews

Folder 4

ARD, German television, 1980

Folder 5

ARD, German television, on the tenth anniversary of the signing of the Four Power Agreement, 1981

Folder 6

With Dirk Rotenberg. Department of History, Free University of Berlin, 1989