JMAS.B

Princeton University Library

Abstract

The Princeton University Library (Seely G. Mudd Manuscript Library) houses both the John Foster Dulles and Allen Dulles papers. To complement the J.F. Dulles papers, Philip A. Crowl of Princeton University, initiated an oral history programme to fill any gaps that existed in written form. The documents relating to Jean Monnet and European affairs have been extracted from the brothers' collections in Princeton and from the oral history project. The closeness of the relationship between J.F. Dulles and Monnet in particular is clear from these documents. The original record code from Princeton is detailed in each individual dossier description. Included in this unit is a letter relating to Monnet from the James V. Forrestal papers which are also in Princeton. Furthermore, because of the relationship between John Foster Dulles and President Eisenhower, documents in the Eisenhower Presidential Library in Kansas, relating to John Foster Dulles were copied and are available in the Seely G. Mudd Manuscript Library. These include the Ann Whitman File, Dulles-Herter Series and the John Foster Dulles Files, these documents have been listed in this unit as they relate to Dulles and are mainly concerned with American policy in Europe.
The J.F. Dulles and Allen W. Dulles papers, the JFD oral history sources and the "Princeton external sources" are treated seperately within the unit - Princeton University Library.
The European Community Historical Archive in deference to Princeton Library rules regarding reproduction and duplication, must follow the policy of prohibiting any copies to be made. However, notes can be made of the collection
Use of documents in this collection is subject to American copyright legislation

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