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Fri Mar 21 17:03:22 2014 UTClccn-n851981790.00Papers,0.411.00Newspapermen who worked in the administration of President Harry S. Truman, 1945-1953, oral history interviews,112933497n 851981791417651lccn-n80005801Johnson, Lyndon B.(Lyndon Baines)1908-1973lccn-n79144788Goldwater, Barry M.(Barry Morris)1909-1998lccn-n79022161United StatesCongressSenatelccn-n92012663Spivak, Lawrence E.(Lawrence Edmund)1900-1994lccn-n93047046Brooks, Ned1901-1969lccn-n81112494NBC Television Networklccn-n93000799Craig, May1889?-1975lccn-n80067040Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )lccn-n82258053Wilson, Richard1905-1981lccn-n95071911Harkness, Richard1907-1977Bell, Jack1904-1975BiographyUnited StatesPolitical scienceExecutive powerJohnson, Lyndon B.--(Lyndon Baines),Goldwater, Barry M.--(Barry Morris),United States.--Congress.--SenateLegislatorsConservatismPresidentsPoliticiansInternational relationsVietnam War (1961-1975)JournalismBell, Jack,Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )JournalistsGreene, Charles J.--(Charles Jerome),Relations with journalistsEdwards, Willard AHoleman, FrankCull, Richard CLowry, W. McNeil--(Wilson McNeil),Truman, Harry S.,Theis, J. William--(John William),CommunismRiggs, Robert L.--(Robert Langmuir),Strout, Richard L.--(Richard Lee),Fox, Joseph A.,Kent, Carleton,Walsh, Robert K.,Washington (D.C.)Tames, George,Lincoln, Gould,Folliard, Edward T.--(Edward Thomas),Trohan, Walter,Kenworthy, Carroll HBrandt, Raymond P.--(Raymond Peter),Associated PressVietnamRepublican National Committee (U.S.)Social securityIllinoisExpenditures, PublicJohn Birch SocietyYugoslaviaUnited States.--Department of Health, Education, and WelfareBrooke, Edward W.--(Edward William),Knowland, William F.--(William Fife),Baker, Howard H.,--Jr.--(Howard Henry),Hatfield, Mark O.,19041975196019611962196419651967196919701972197619791989241972100353.03E8467187ocn000718584book19650.33Bell, JackThe Johnson treatment : how Lyndon B. Johnson took over the presidency and made it his ownDallas, November 22, 1963--the President of the United States dies. For an instant the nation seems on the edge of chaos. Then, less than a hundred minutes later, on a jet set down on Love Field, a new President is sworn in. Drawn largely from personal, on-the-spot observation and from exclusive interviews, this is the story of the hours, days, and months that followed. --Book Jacket64310ocn006556072book19610.37Bell, JackMr. Conservative : Barry GoldwaterBiography5686ocn001213957book19600.47Bell, JackThe splendid misery; the story of the Presidency and power politics at close range2685ocn001014411book19670.53Bell, JackThe Presidency: office of power1535ocn031145695book19600.50Bell, JackThe splendid misery : a study of the American Presidency and power politics at close range21ocn492711294book19650.10Bell, JackThe Johnson treatment21ocn002858330rcrd19760.47McCarthy, Eugene JFace the nation Sen[ator] Eugene J. McCarthy (D-MN), 5/1/66Senator McCarthy is interviewed by Bruce Morton, Jack Bell, and Martin Agronsky on CBS's Face the nation. He discusses the approaching elections in South Vietnam, expressing doubt that the resulting government will be a stable one; and criticizes the administration's Vietnam policy11ocn061762878book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, January 15, 1967 with guests Senator Howard H. Baker Jr. (Republican - Tennessee) ; Senator Edward W. Brooke (Republican - Massachusetts) ; Senator Cliff Hansen (Republican - Wyoming) ; Senator Mark O. Hatfield (Republican - Oregon) ; and Senator Charles H. Percy (Republican - Illinois)11ocn056558047book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, January 20, 1957, with Senator Paul Douglas (Democrat - Illinois)11ocn056621430book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, January 5, 1958, with Senator William F. Knowland (Republican - California)11ocn057783060book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, June 17, 1962 with guest the Honorable Abraham A. Ribicoff, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare11ocn056556599book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, December 16, 1956, with guest Dr. Farid Zeineddine, Syrian Ambassador to the United States11ocn056553800book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, July 1, 1956, with guest Leo Mates, Yugoslav Ambassador to the United States11ocn061460324book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, July 10, 1966 with guest Senator George Murphy (Republican - California)11ocn056730639book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, July 6, 1958 with guest Senator George A. Smathers (Democrat - Florida)11ocn056533057book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, March 11, 1956, with guest Governor of Massachusetts Christian Herter11ocn056556487book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, December 9, 1956, with guest Senator Hubert H. Humphrey (Democrat - Minnesota)11ocn056782821book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, October 12, 1958 with guest Meade Alcorn, Chairman of the Republican National Convention11ocn057454053book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, May 21, 1961 with guest Robert Welch, founder of the John Birch Society11ocn056571766book19720.47Meet the press Sunday, June 16, 1976, with guest Arthur Larson, Director of USIA21ocn028421298mix1.00Newspapermen who worked in the administration of President Harry S. Truman, 1945-1953, oral history interviewsInterviewsTranscripts (typewritten) of tape-recorded interviews with Washington, D.C., journalists Jack L. Bell, Raymond P. Brandt, Richard C. Cull, Willard A. Edwards, Edward T. Folliard, Joseph A. Fox, Charles J. Greene, Frank Holeman, Carleton Kent, Carroll H. Kenworthy, Gould Lincoln, W. McNeil Lowry, Robert G. Nixon, Robert L. Riggs, Richard L. Strout, George Tames, J. William Theis, Walter Trohan, and Robert K. Walsh11ocn086100403mix19691.00Bell, JackReminiscences of Jack L. Bell :InterviewsAssociation with Senator Robert A. Taft as Associate Press representative11ocn122411640mix19721.00Bell, JackReminiscences of Jack L. Bell :United States Senate correspondent during Eisenhower administration and chief political reporter for Associated Press01ocn045914121mixBell, JackPapersRecords and correspondenceJournalist. Manuscripts and galley proofs of books by Bell, including "The Johnson Treatment," "Mr. Conservative: Barry Goldwater," and "The Splendid Misery." Typescripts of interviews with Hubert H. Humphrey, Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy, and Robert F. Kennedy. Also, Bell's correspondence with various political figures, including Dwight D. Eisenhower, Everett Dirkson, Barry Goldwater, J. Edgar Hoover, Hubert H. Humphrey, Lyndon B. Johnson, Edward M. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, William Proxmire, Douglas MacArthur, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Harry S. Truman, and Adlai E. Stevenson. Includes newspaper articles written by Bell on various subjects. Jack Bell Photograph Collection also in repositoryFri Mar 21 15:18:57 EDT 2014batch13597