JMAS.C Franklin Delano Roosevelt Library
Content and Structure
The material relating to Jean Monnet extracted from the collections in the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library is derived from the Presidential Personal files, the Presidential Secretary's files, the White House Official files, the Map Room files, Official files, the Morgenthau Diaries, the Harry L. Hopkins collection, the Oscar Cox papers and the Isador Lubin files. While Monnet had direct contact with the President, most of his dealings during the crucial years of the Roosevelt Presidency was with his chief administrators, Henry Morgenthau, Henry L. Hopkins and indeed Oscar Cox. Therefore, these documents provide a wealth of information on Monnet's relationship with the Roosevelt adminstration. The original record code from the Roosevelt library is detailed in each individual dossier description.
The documents have been grouped together according to their provenance in the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library. However, I have grouped the White House Official files, the Presidential Secretary's files, the Map Room files and the President's Personal files together under the arrangement title - Presidential files.
There are no restrictions on the use of the Roosevelt Papers as they were obtained from a Presidential Library where no copyright or copying restrictions exist.
The originals are held in various Archives and Presidential Libraries in the USA