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Lawrence E. Walsh Papers, 1919-2008

Series V: Public Service and Paris Peace Talks

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Subseries V.1: Public Service


Civil Rights:



Box 75 Folder 15 "Supreme Court Taboos" by Phil Elman


Box 75 Folder 16 Letters to and from Norman I. Silber regarding Martin Luther King, 2004



Box Unknown Folder Unknown New York State:



Box 75 Folder 17 Press release re. State Commission on Legislative and Judicial Salaries, 22 September 1972


Box 75 Folder 18 Moreland Commission on the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law, 1963

Walsh was Chairman


Box 75 Folder 19 Lindsay Crime Task Force - Police Civilian Review Board Recommendations, 1966

(mostly clipping and 1 letter from Calvin Boxley)



Box 114 Folder 1 Certificate, signed by Thomas Dewey, for the pen used to sign bills establishing civil defence law, 1951-04-12T00:00:00+00:00

(provides for the continuating of sate government with greatly expanded powers in the event of a nuclear attack. These laws became a model fo other states.


Box 114 Folder 6 Certificate, signed by Thomas Dewey, for the pen used to sign bills re. state aid to libraries, 1950-03-13T00:00:00+00:00


Box 114 Folder 2 Document, signed by Dwight D. Eisenhower, appointing Lawrence E. Walsh Deputy Attorney General, 1958-02-07T00:00:00+00:00

(provides for the continuating of sate government with greatly expanded powers in the event of a nuclear attack. These laws became a model fo other states.



Box Unknown U.S. Government:



Box 75 Folder 22 Deputy Attorney General, 1957-1960

(re. his resignation and benefits)


Subseries V.2: Paris Peace Talks


Box 75 Folder 23 Correspondence, 1969-1970



Box 114 Folder 9 Commission, signed by William Rogers, appointing Walsh Ambassador at Paris Peace Talks on Vietman, 1969-01-22T00:00:00+00:00



Box 75 Folder 24 Resignation letter, 20 November 1969


Box 75 Folder 25 Invitations, 1969


Box 75 Folder 26 Background Information Relating to Southeast Asia and Vietman, March 1968


Box 75 Folder 27 Trip to Saigon, 1969


Box 75 Folder 28 Keim interview, 10 April 1969


Box 75 Folder 29 Essay on the Peace Talks, 12 November 1968

(Final Draft)



Box 80 Folder 1 Vietnam Mission list; Dinner at the Residence list; LEW calendar page for May 1969


Box 80 Folder 2 UCIS Daily Radio Bulletins, 1969


Box 80 Folder 3 Opening Statement Delivered by Ambassador Lawrence E. Walsg at the Eleventh Plenary Session of the Paris Meetings on Veit-Nam, 3 April 1969


Box 80 Folder 4 Contacts (cards)


Box 80 Folder 5 Address Book and Contacts list


Box 80 Folder 6-10 Clippings re. Paris Peace Talks



Mapcase 15-H-15 Two large situational charts re. the negotiations (stamped "Confidential"