Dwight D. Eisenhower Library


The documents of relevance found in the Eisenhower presidential library pertaining to Jean Monnet and European integration have been taken from the Presidential and official file series, the Alfred Gruenther papers, the Clarence Randall journals, the US Council on FEP records, the Samuel Waugh papers, the Walter Bedell Smith Papers and the John Foster Dulles Series. Monnet had a network of officials in the Eisenhower administration through which he sought to create a positive approach to European unity with the administration. Furthermore, Monnet was a friend of General Eisenhower and his Secretary of State John Foster Dulles (1). The original record code from the Eisenhower Library is detailed in each individual dossier description.
The system of arrangement is according to individuals and their collections.
There are no restrictions on the use of the Eisenhower Library papers as it is a presidential library.

Notes and Remarks

(1) See papers of John Foster Dulles (JMAS-B).

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