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The Presidential Historical materials of Jeffrey Donfeld are in the custody of the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of Title I of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-526, 88 Stat. 1695) and implementing regulations. In accordance with the Act and agency regulations, archivists reviewed the file group to identify personal and private materials and non-historical items. These items have been returned.

Materials covered by the Act have been archivally processed and are described in this register. Items that are security classified or otherwise restricted under the Act and regulations have been removed and placed in a closed file. A Document Withdrawal Record (NA Form 14021) with a description of each restricted document has been inserted at the beginning of each folder from which materials have been removed. A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.

Employees of the National Archives will review periodically the unclassified portions of closed materials for the purpose of opening those which no longer require restriction. Certain classified documents may be declassified under authority of Executive Order 13526 in response to a Mandatory Review Request (NA Form 14020) submitted by the researcher.
  • Linear feet of materials:  16 linear feet, two linear inches
  • Number of boxes:  37
  • Approximate number of pages:  29,600

Biographical Note

Jeffrey Ely Donfeld was born on June 9, 1943, in New York. After graduated from Los Angeles High School in 1961, he earned a political science Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in 1965 at the University of California, Los Angeles. During his undergraduate years, he was elected Freshman Class President and 1965 Student Body President. In 1968, he earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, and was admitted to the California Bar in January 1969. Mr. Donfeld joined the White House staff in February 1969.

As a law student in 1966, Mr. Donfeld worked as a summer intern to the California Legislative Assembly with an assignment to the Assembly Industrial Relations Committee. As part of his internship, he wrote an interim report on the State’s involvement in the war on poverty. Mr. Donfeld also had a second internship that summer with Dr. Gaylord Parkinson, Chairman of the California Republican State Central Committee. The following year, he worked as a summer associate with future President Nixon’s law firm Nixon, Mudge, Rose, Guthrie, Alexander and Mitchell in New York. Although he received a permanent employment offer, he returned to California. In October 1968, he accepted an associate position with the law firm of Kaplan, Livingston, Goodwin, Berkowitz & Selvin of Beverly Hills. He left the firm in January 1969 and began working as a White House staff member in the position of Staff Assistant to the President on February 3, 1969.

During his time at the White House, Mr. Donfeld worked first for Charles B. “Bud” Wilkinson, Special Consultant to the President, before transferring in late 1969 to the office of Egil “Bud” Krogh, Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs. The following July, Mr. Donfeld remained with Mr. Krogh when the latter was made Director of the Domestic Council. In July 1971, Mr. Donfeld joined the staff of the newly-created Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention (SAODAP) where he worked as Assistant Director under Dr. Jerome Jaffe. In February 1970, Mr. Donfeld was one of twelve White House staff members profiled by LOOK magazine.

After leaving SAODAP, Mr. Donfeld became the Director of the Office of Hearings and Appeals in the U.S. Department of the Interior before leaving public service in mid-1973. During a visit to Israel in October, he was an eyewitness to the Yom Kippur War. He once again returned to California in late 1973, whereupon he joined the Century City law firm of Pacht, Warne, Bernhard and Sears. He later became a partner in the firm of Fulop, Rolston, Burns & McKittrick until it dissolved in 1982, at which time he joined Selvin & Weiner as a partner before forming the Law Offices of Donfeld, Kelley & Rollman in 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Jeffrey Donfeld joined the White House staff on February 3, 1969. He initially worked under Charles B. “Bud” Wilkinson, Special Consultant to the President, during which time he was tasked with studying the vast array of Presidential and interagency advisory committees, commissions, and boards. Mr. Donfeld determined that many of the 1,500 to 1,800 advisory committees and other groups he studied were either winding down, inactive, or no longer relevant. In some cases, he made termination recommendations based on the groups’ relevance and feasibility. He also studied the drug abuse problem and drug treatment programs.

Mr. Donfeld’s drug abuse research led to his transfer in October or November 1969 to the staff of Egil “Bud” Krogh, Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Affairs, Assistant Director of the Domestic Council Staff, Executive Director of the Cabinet Committee on International Narcotics Control, and liaison officer for the White House to the District of Columbia. Mr. Donfeld worked under Mr. Krogh on the Domestic Council staff from the time of the council’s creation on July 1, 1970, until transferring to the Special Action Office of Drug Abuse Prevention on July 23, 1971.

The Domestic Council staff worked on the problems of drug abuse, government reorganization, law enforcement, mass transit, crime, and issues pertaining to the District of Columbia. Staff members included Geoffrey Shepard, Andrew Rouse, Charles Clapp, Richard Nordahl, and Sallyanne Payton. Work was assigned by topic to the different staff members who, in turn, reported directly to Mr. Krogh. Although most of his time was spent working on the issue of drug abuse, Mr. Donfeld also created the bill for the Legal Services Corporation (LSC), a non-profit corporation established by the United States Congress. The LSC provides civil legal assistance to those who are unable to pay. The bill authored by Mr. Donfeld was sent by President Nixon to Congress on May 5, 1971. After various negotiations and the creation of alternative bills, the LSC was eventually created by the Legal Services Corporation Act of 1974.

During his time with the Domestic Council, Mr. Donfeld organized White House conferences on drug abuse for elected officials, religious leaders, and the media. He visited drug treatment centers in New York and Chicago in 1970 and also visited South Vietnam for four days in July 1971 in order to better understand the drug problem both in urban centers and in the military. In addition, Donfeld and Krogh made a recommendation to the President that a new office to unify and coordinate the government’s drug abuse efforts be established within the Executive Office. President Nixon subsequently established the Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention (SAODAP) by Executive Order 11599 on July 17, 1971. Mr. Donfeld joined the staff of the new office’s director, Dr. Jerome Jaffe.

Richard Nordahl assumed Mr. Donfeld’s Domestic Council duties when the latter transferred to SAODAP. As such, some documents that originated with Mr. Donfeld could be located in Mr. Nordahl’s collection. Additional documents from the period of Mr. Donfeld’s involvement with SAODAP may exist in the Records of Organizations in the Executive Office of the President (EOP) Federal Record Group 429, which are located elsewhere in the National Archives and Records Administration.

The materials are arranged in five series, including general correspondence, a general subject file, reviews and studies of government commissions and committees, a youth and intern programs subject file, and a narcotics treatment programs and studies subject file. Major correspondents in the collection include Egil Krogh, Charles Wilkinson, Richard Nordahl, and Robert Odle, Jr. In addition, the narcotics treatment series contains correspondence from sports world figures such as Hank Aaron, Gale Sayers, and Joseph V. Paterno.

The general correspondence series primarily contains file copies of letters and memorandums to members of the administration, copies of correspondence provided to Mr. Donfeld by original recipients, and letters from the general public on various topics.

The subject files span a wide range of diverse topics including student unrest, pornography, and the Legal Services Corporation, which Mr. Donfeld contributed to with his work on the drafting of the administration’s bill to create a corporation. Issue files concerning crime and the environment in Washington, DC are also located in the series.

The reviews and studies of Presidential and interagency commissions and other groups are diverse and numerous, spanning organizations such as the President’s Council on Youth Opportunity, Bicentennial Commission, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, President’s Committee on Consumer Interest, and the Commission on White House Fellows.

The intern programs subject file contains materials pertaining to the White House’s 1969 Executive Intern program, which placed college-age interns with various executive branch departments. Photographs of the White House Executive Interns have been photocopied and the originals transferred to the Nixon Presidential Library and Museum’s audiovisual collections. In addition, folders related to various groups and programs for young people around the nation are found in the series.

The narcotic treatment series contains reports and studies on the medical and societal effects of drugs such as marijuana (marihuana), LSD, heroin, and amphetamines. In addition, the series includes studies of various drug treatment programs and protocols including methadone, as well as drug abuse in the military and other demographic groups. Anti-drug message campaigns, education efforts, and media projects include the D.A.R.E. program and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (PBS) series The Turned On Crisis. Materials related to drug abuse conferences held in 1970 and 1972 are included. Several files pertain to drug-related legislation and congressional hearings.

Series Description

Boxes:   1-3
Series:   General Correspondence Files | Folder Title List
Spans:  February 1969-July 1971
Description:  The series is arranged alphabetically and contains memorandums, correspondence, clippings, and reports. Subjects include drug abuse, the war in Vietnam, revenue sharing, event invitations, and requests for meetings or visits to the White House.

Boxes:   4-7
Series:   Subject Files | Folder Title List
Spans:  February 1969-August 1973
Description:  The series is arranged alphabetically. The boxes primarily contain memorandums, correspondence, reports, publications, clippings, and photographs. Audiovisual materials such as photographs and sound recordings have been removed from the collection and relocated to the Nixon Library’s audiovisual holdings. In the case of photographs, photocopies have replaced the original prints in the folders. Subjects include drug abuse, the war in Vietnam, revenue sharing, event invitations, and requests for meetings or visits to the White House.

Boxes:   8-18
Series:   Commission/Committee Reviews and Studies | Folder Title List
Spans:  February 1969-July 1971
Description:  The series is arranged alphabetically and contains memorandums, correspondence, reports, grant applications, publications, questionnaires, and clippings. Subjects include reviews of myriad Presidential and interagency advisory committees, commissions, and boards for the purpose of assessing their continued feasibility. Several groups are represented by a substantial number of folders including the President’s Council on Youth Opportunity, the President’s Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped, the President’s Committee on Mental Retardation, and the President’s Committee on Consumer Interests.

Boxes:   19-22
Series:   Youth and Intern Programs | Folder Title List
Spans:  February 1969-September1971
Description:  The series is arranged alphabetically and contains memorandums, correspondence, clippings, reports, photographs, and publications. The primary subject within the series is the White House’s 1969 Executive Intern program, which gave summer internships in Executive Branch departments in Washington, D.C. to college-age individuals from across the country. Applications for internships, approved and rejected applications, photographs of the interns, internship program events, and publicity of the program are included. Other youth programs include programs for children and young adults created by municipal organizations.

Boxes:   23-37
Series:   Narcotic Treatment Programs and Studies | Folder Title List
Spans:  February 1969-July 1973
Description:  The series is arranged alphabetically. It contains correspondence, memorandums, clippings, reports, publications, anti-drug message literature, and ephemera. Numerous studies and reports focus on the causes and effects of drug abuse. The use of methadone as a treatment for heroin addiction is covered in studies of drug treatment centers and clinical research. The varied approaches of drug treatment centers and anti-drug message organizations are described in both government and peer-reviewed studies.

Folder Title List

Series I: General Correspondence Files

Box 1

A-B [OA 6726] [1 of 5]
A-B [OA 6726] [2 of 5]
A-B [OA 6726] [3 of 5]
A-B [OA 6726] [4 of 5]
A-B [OA 6726] [5 of 5]
C-D [OA 6726] [1 of 5]
C-D [OA 6726] [2 of 5]
C-D [OA 6726] [3 of 5]
C-D [OA 6726] [4 of 5]
C-D [OA 6726] [5 of 5]
John Dean
E-F [OA 6726] [1 of 2]
E-F [OA 6726] [2 of 2]
G-H [OA 6726] [1 of 3]
G-H [OA 6726] [2 of 3]
G-H [OA 6726] [3 of 3]
I-J
Krogh – General [OA 6726] [1 of 4]
Krogh – General [OA 6726] [2 of 4]

Box 2

Krogh – General [OA 6726] [3 of 4]
Krogh – General [OA 6726] [4 of 4]
K-L [OA 6726] [1 of 3]
K-L [OA 6726] [2 of 3]
K-L [OA 6726] [3 of 3]
M-N [OA 6726] [1 of 5]
M-N [OA 6726] [2 of 5]
M-N [OA 6726] [3 of 5]
M-N [OA 6726] [4 of 5]
M-N [OA 6726] [5 of 5]
JEB S. MAGRUDER correspondence [OA 6726]
O-P [OA 6726] [1 of 3]
O-P [OA 6726] [2 of 3]
O-P [OA 6726] [3 of 3]
Q-R [OA 6726] [1 of 3]
Q-R [OA 6726] [2 of 3]
Q-R [OA 6726] [3 of 3]
S-T [OA 6726] [1 of 3]
S-T [OA 6726] [2 of 3]
S-T [OA 6726] [3 of 3]

Box 3

U-V-W [OA 6726] [1 of 4]
U-V-W [OA 6726] [2 of 4]
U-V-W [OA 6726] [3 of 4]
U-V-W [OA 6726] [4 of 4]
X-Y-Z [OA 6726]

Series II: Subject Files

Box 4

Baseball Stadium Security (DC) [OA 5643]
Bomb Legislation [OA 5642] [1 of 2]
Bomb Legislation [OA 5642] [2 of 2]
Cambodia & Student Unrest – May 1970 (May 9, 1970) [OA 5643] [1 of 3]
Cambodia & Student Unrest – May 1970 (May 9, 1970) [OA 5643] [2 of 3]
Cambodia & Student Unrest – May 1970 (May 9, 1970) [OA 5643] [3 of 3]
Circle K [OA 5643] [1 of 2]
Circle K [OA 5643] [2 of 2]
Congressional Comments – Gvt. Reorganization [OA 5642]
Correspondence: CBW [Charles B. Wilkinson] [OA 5642]
Correspondence: JDA [James D. Atwater] [OA 5642]
DC “Helicopters” [OA 5642] [1 of 5]
DC “Helicopters” [OA 5642] [2 of 5]
DC “Helicopters” [OA 5642] [3 of 5]
DC “Helicopters” [OA 5642] [4 of 5]
DC “Helicopters” [OA 5642] [5 of 5]
Draft [OA 5643]

Box 5

Federal Aid to Education [OA 5643]
Federal Credit Union Act [OA 5643]
Indians [OA 5643]
Legal Services Corporation [CFOA 841] [1 of 5]
Legal Services Corporation [CFOA 841] [2 of 5]
Legal Services Corporation [CFOA 841] [3 of 5]
Legal Services Corporation [CFOA 841] [4 of 5]
Legal Services Corporation [CFOA 841] [5 of 5]
Longshoreman’s Act [OA 5643]
Memoranda: From JDA [James D. Atwater] [OA 5642]
National Cowboy Hall of Fame [OA 5642]
Organized Crime [OA 5642]
Peace Corps [OA 5643] [1 of 2]
Peace Corps [OA 5643] [2 of 2]
Pornography/Obscenity [OA 5642] [1 of 3]
Pornography/Obscenity [OA 5642] [2 of 3]
Pornography/Obscenity [OA 5642] [3 of 3]
Sterling Tucker/DC Environment [OA 5642] (contained subfolder:)
            D.C. ENVIRONMENT [OA 5642] [1 of 2]
            D.C. ENVIRONMENT [OA 5642] [2 of 2]
Student Disorders [OA 5643] [1 of 4]
Student Disorders [OA 5643] [2 of 4]

Box 6

Student Disorders [OA 5643] [3 of 4]
Student Disorders [OA 5643] [4 of 4]
Student Unrest – Newspaper Clips [OA 5643] [1 of 2]
Student Unrest – Newspaper Clips [OA 5643] [2 of 2]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [1 of 12]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [10 of 12]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [11 of 12]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [12 of 12]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [2 of 12]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [3 of 12]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [4 of 12]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [5 of 12]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [6 of 12]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [7 of 12]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [8 of 12]
Student Unrest – Reports [OA 5643] [9 of 12]
Sunday Services, Publication Issue [OA 5642] [1 of 2]
Sunday Services, Publication Issue [OA 5642] [2 of 2]
Tennis Stadium Proposal – DC [OA 5643]

Box 7

Veterans Day Proclamation [OA 5642]
Vietnam Veterans Committee [OA 5643]
Washington Equal Employment Program [OA 5643] [1 of 6]
Washington Equal Employment Program [OA 5643] [2 of 6]
Washington Equal Employment Program [OA 5643] [3 of 6]
Washington Equal Employment Program [OA 5643] [4 of 6]
Washington Equal Employment Program [OA 5643] [5 of 6]
Washington Equal Employment Program [OA 5643] [6 of 6]
Worship Services [OA 5643]
Youth Task Force Report [OA 5642] [1 of 10]
Youth Task Force Report [OA 5642] [2 of 10]
Youth Task Force Report [OA 5642] [3 of 10]
Youth Task Force Report [OA 5642] [4 of 10]
Youth Task Force Report [OA 5642] [5 of 10]
Youth Task Force Report [OA 5642] [6 of 10]
Youth Task Force Report [OA 5642] [7 of 10]
Youth Task Force Report [OA 5642] [8 of 10]
Youth Task Force Report [OA 5642] [9 of 10]
Youth Task Force Report [OA 5642] [10 of 10]

Series III: Commission/Committee Reviews and Studies

Box 8

[Accordion file – A] [1 of 2]
[Accordion file – A] [2 of 2]
[Accordion file – B]
[Accordion file – C]
[Accordion file – D]
[Accordion file – E]
[Accordion file – F] [1 of 2]
[Accordion file – F] [2 of 2]
[Accordion file – G]
[Accordion file – H] [1 of 8]
[Accordion file – H] [2 of 8]
[Accordion file – H] [3 of 8]
[Accordion file – H] [4 of 8]
[Accordion file – H] [5 of 8]
[Accordion file – H] [6 of 8]
[Accordion file – H] [7 of 8]
[Accordion file – H] [8 of 8]
[Accordion file – IJ]
[Accordion file – K] [empty]
[Accordion file – L]
[Accordion file – M] [empty]
[Accordion file – N]
[Accordion file – O] [empty]
[Accordion file – PQ] [empty]
[Accordion file – R] [empty]
[Accordion file – S] [1 of 2]

Box 9

[Accordion file – S] [2 of 2]
[Accordion file – T]
[Accordion file – UV]
[Accordion file – W] [1 of 2]
[Accordion file – W] [2 of 2]
[Accordion file – XYZ] [empty]
Alcoholism, National Advisory Committee on
American Battle Monuments Comm’sn. [1 of 2]
American Battle Monuments Comm’sn. [2 of 2]
Bicentennial Commission [1 of 3]
Bicentennial Commission [2 of 3]
Bicentennial Commission [3 of 3]
Blind-Made Products, Committee on Purchase of [1 of 2]
Blind-Made Products, Committee on Purchase of [2 of 2]
Careers for Women, President’s Study Group on [1 of 2]
Careers for Women, President’s Study Group on [2 of 2]
[Changing patterns in residential services for the mentally retarded]

Box 10

Commission Questionnaires
Commission Review--DuBridge [empty]
Commission Review--Ehrlichman [1 of 2]
Commission Review--Ehrlichman [2 of 2]
Commission Review--Flanigan [empty]
Commission Review--McCracken (CEA)
Commission Review--Shakespeare
CONSOLIDATE [empty]
Consumer Finance, National Commission on
CONTINUE [contained subfolder:]
            Intl. Monetary & Financial Policy, National Advisory Council on
DISCONTINUE [contained subfolder:]
            Cabinet Committee on Price Stability
Distinguished Civilian Service Award Board
Education of Disadvantaged Children, National Advisory Council on the
           [1 of 3]
Education of Disadvantaged Children, National Advisory Council on the
           [2 of 3]
Education of Disadvantaged Children, National Advisory Council on the
           [3 of 3]
Employment of the Handicapped (Also see notebook) [1 of 5]
Employment of the Handicapped (Also see notebook) [2 of 5]
Employment of the Handicapped (Also see notebook) [3 of 5]
Employment of the Handicapped (Also see notebook) [4 of 5]
Employment of the Handicapped (Also see notebook) [5 of 5]
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY COUNCIL [empty]
Evaluations of Commissions [1 of 6]
Evaluations of Commissions [2 of 6]
Evaluations of Commissions [3 of 6]
Evaluations of Commissions [4 of 6]

Box 11

Evaluations of Commissions [5 of 6]
Evaluations of Commissions [6 of 6]
[EXTRA – President’s Council on Youth Opportunity] [1 of 2]
[EXTRA – President’s Council on Youth Opportunity] [2 of 2]
Father Marquette Tercentenary Commission [1 of 5]
Father Marquette Tercentenary Commission [2 of 5]
Father Marquette Tercentenary Commission [3 of 5]
Father Marquette Tercentenary Commission [4 of 5]
Father Marquette Tercentenary Commission [5 of 5]
Fire Prevention & Control [1 of 3]
Fire Prevention & Control [2 of 3]
Fire Prevention & Control [3 of 3]
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Commission
Golden Spike Centennial Celebration Commission
Historic Preservation, Advisory Council on [1 of 4]
Historic Preservation, Advisory Council on [2 of 4]
Historic Preservation, Advisory Council on [3 of 4]
Historic Preservation, Advisory Council on [4 of 4]

Box 12

Hollofield Commission
[Howard Phillips meeting – September 5, 1969] [President’s Council on
           Youth Opportunity]
International Athletics
James Madison Memorial Commission
Lewis & Clark Trail Commission [1 of 2]
Lewis & Clark Trail Commission [2 of 2]
List of Commissions [1 of 4]
List of Commissions [2 of 4]
List of Commissions [3 of 4]
List of Commissions [4 of 4]
Marine Corps Memorial Commission
Memos re Commission Review
Mental Retardation, President’s Committee on [1 of 7]
Mental Retardation, President’s Committee on [2 of 7]
Mental Retardation, President’s Committee on [3 of 7]
Mental Retardation, President’s Committee on [4 of 7]
Mental Retardation, President’s Committee on [5 of 7]
Mental Retardation, President’s Committee on [6 of 7]
Mental Retardation, President’s Committee on [7 of 7]

Box 13

Mexican-American Affairs, Inter-Agency Committee on
National Armed Forces Museum Advisory Board
National Highway Safety Advisory Committee
National Historical Publications Commission [1 of 2]
National Historical Publications Commission [2 of 2]
Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise
Pa. Ave. Commission [OA 5643]
[PCOYO Staff Report to the Vice President, 11/22 - 12/5/69]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity]
[PCOYO Staff Report to the Vice President, Sept. 27 – Oct. 3, 1969
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity] [1 of 2]
[PCOYO Staff Weekly Report, Sept. 27 – Oct. 3, 1969]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity] [2 of 2]
[PCOYO Staff Report to the Vice President, August 22, 1969]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity]
Personnel Interchange, President’s Commission on
Physical Fitness & Sports, The President’s Council on
[PRELIMINARY REPORT – September, 1969]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity][1 of 3]
[PRELIMINARY REPORT – September, 1969]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity][2 of 3]
[PRELIMINARY REPORT – September, 1969]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity][3 of 3]
Preservation of the White House, The Committee for
Presidential Scholars, Commission on [1 of 3]

Box 14

Presidential Scholars, Commission on [2 of 3]
Presidential Scholars, Commission on [3 of 3]
PRESIDENT’S COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER INTERESTS [1 of 6]
PRESIDENT’S COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER INTERESTS [2 of 6]
PRESIDENT’S COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER INTERESTS [3 of 6]
PRESIDENT’S COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER INTERESTS [4 of 6]
PRESIDENT’S COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER INTERESTS [5 of 6]
PRESIDENT’S COMMITTEE ON CONSUMER INTERESTS [6 of 6]
President’s Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped [1 of 8]
President’s Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped [2 of 8]
President’s Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped [3 of 8]
President’s Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped [4 of 8]
President’s Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped [5 of 8]
President’s Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped [6 of 8]
President’s Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped [7 of 8]
President’s Committee on the Employment of the Handicapped [8 of 8]
President’s Commission [Council] on Youth Opportunity [1 of 11]
President’s Commission [Council] on Youth Opportunity [2 of 11]

Box 15

President’s Commission [Council] on Youth Opportunity [3 of 11]
President’s Commission [Council] on Youth Opportunity [4 of 11]
President’s Commission [Council] on Youth Opportunity [5 of 11]
President’s Commission [Council] on Youth Opportunity [6 of 11]
President’s Commission [Council] on Youth Opportunity [7 of 11]
President’s Commission [Council] on Youth Opportunity [8 of 11]
President’s Commission [Council] on Youth Opportunity [9 of 11]
President’s Commission [Council] on Youth Opportunity [10 of 11]
President’s Commission [Council] on Youth Opportunity [11 of 11]
President’s Council on Aging
[President’s Council on Mental Retardation – miscellaneous] [1969]
[President’s Council on Youth Opportunity] [1 of 2]
[President’s Council on Youth Opportunity] [2 of 2]
PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL ON YOUTH OPPORTUNITY July, 1969 [1 of 3]
PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL ON YOUTH OPPORTUNITY July, 1969 [2 of 3]
PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL ON YOUTH OPPORTUNITY July, 1969 [3 of 3]

Box 16

President’s Quetico – Superior Committee [1 of 4]
President’s Quetico – Superior Committee [2 of 4]
President’s Quetico – Superior Committee [3 of 4]
President’s Quetico – Superior Committee [4 of 4]
Product Safety, National Commission on [1 of 3]
Product Safety, National Commission on [2 of 3]
Product Safety, National Commission on [3 of 3]
[Report to the Vice President – September 26, 1969]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity]
[REPORT TO THE VICE PRESIDENT September 19, 1969]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity][1 of 2]
[REPORT TO THE VICE PRESIDENT September 19, 1969]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity][2 of 2]
[REPORT TO THE VICE PRESIDENT September 12, 1969]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity][1 of 3]
[REPORT TO THE VICE PRESIDENT September 12, 1969]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity][2 of 3]
[REPORT TO THE VICE PRESIDENT September 12, 1969]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity][3 of 3]
Recreation & Natural Beauty, The President’s Council on [1 of 2]
Recreation & Natural Beauty, The President’s Council on [2 of 2]
[Report on Activities of the Council Staff, October 4 to 10]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity]
[Report on Activities of the Council Staff, October 11 to 17]
           [President’s Council on Youth Opportunity]

Box 17

Review of Boards & Commissions [OA 6727] [1 of 7]
Review of Boards & Commissions [OA 6727] [2 of 7]
Review of Boards & Commissions [OA 6727] [3 of 7]
Review of Boards & Commissions [OA 6727] [4 of 7]
Review of Boards & Commissions [OA 6727] [5 of 7]
Review of Boards & Commissions [OA 6727] [6 of 7]
Review of Boards & Commissions [OA 6727] [7 of 7]
Review of Boards & Commissions: Mailing List [empty]
[Ripon Society report on the youth of America]
Rural Electrification Administration
[Special Study on Implementation of the Fire Research and Safety Act
           of 1968] [1 of 3]
[Special Study on Implementation of the Fire Research and Safety Act
           of 1968] [2 of 3]
[Special Study on Implementation of the Fire Research and Safety Act
           of 1968] [3 of 3]
Status of Women [1 of 2]
Status of Women [2 of 2]
[STUDY OF PRESIDENTIAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS] [1 of 6]
[STUDY OF PRESIDENTIAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS] [2 of 6]
[STUDY OF PRESIDENTIAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS] [3 of 6]
[STUDY OF PRESIDENTIAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS] [4 of 6]
[STUDY OF PRESIDENTIAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS] [5 of 6]

Box 18

[STUDY OF PRESIDENTIAL BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS] [6 of 6]
U.S. Territorial Memorial C.[commission]
Vocation Education, National Advisory Council
White House Conference on Children/Youth
White House Fellows, Commission on
[Youth Coordinator Planning Grant program]

Series IV: Youth and Intern Programs

Box 19

3. Bills before Congress on Youth
42. YOUTH PARTICIPATION ACT
[1969 Executive Intern Program - applications] [1 of 5]
[1969 Executive Intern Program - applications] [2 of 5]
[1969 Executive Intern Program - applications] [3 of 5]
[1969 Executive Intern Program - applications] [4 of 5]
[1969 Executive Intern Program - applications] [5 of 5]
[1969 Executive Intern announcements] [1 of 2]
[1969 Executive Intern announcements] [2 of 2]
[1969 Executive Intern announcements - duplicates]
[1969 Executive Intern photographs] [1 of 2]
[1969 Executive Intern photographs] [2 of 2]
[1969 Executive Intern Program - Rejections #1] [1 of 2]
[1969 Executive Intern Program - Rejections #1] [2 of 2]
[1969 Executive Intern Program - 2nd Rejections]
[1969 Executive Intern Program - Xeroxed Acceptances]
Bennett, Jamie [OA 5643] [1 of 3]
Bennett, Jamie [OA 5643] [2 of 3]
Bennett, Jamie [OA 5643] [3 of 3]

Box 20

Executive Intern Program [OA 5642] [1 of 7]
Executive Intern Program [OA 5642] [2 of 7]
Executive Intern Program [OA 5642] [3 of 7]
Executive Intern Program [OA 5642] [4 of 7]
Executive Intern Program [OA 5642] [5 of 7]
Executive Intern Program [OA 5642] [6 of 7]
Executive Intern Program [OA 5642] [7 of 7]
[EXECUTIVE INTERNS] [1 of 2]
[EXECUTIVE INTERNS] [2 of 2]
[Executive Interns - press release May 27, 1969]
Golden State Boys Basketball [OA 5643]
Intern Programs [1 of 3]
Intern Programs [2 of 3]
Intern Programs [3 of 3]
Police Athletic League Plan [OA 5643]
Publicity [OA 5642] [1 of 10]
Publicity [OA 5642] [2 of 10]

Box 21

Publicity [OA 5642] [3 of 10]
Publicity [OA 5642] [4 of 10]
Publicity [OA 5642] [5 of 10]
Publicity [OA 5642] [6 of 10]
Publicity [OA 5642] [7 of 10]
Publicity [OA 5642] [8 of 10]
Publicity [OA 5642] [9 of 10]
Publicity [OA 5642] [10 of 10]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [1 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [2 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [3 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [4 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [5 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [6 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [7 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [8 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [9 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [10 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [11 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [12 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [13 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [14 of 18]

Box 22

[Reports on youth and student programs] [15 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [16 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [17 of 18]
[Reports on youth and student programs] [18 of 18]
Schedules [OA 5642]
Seminars and Appointments [OA 5642] [1 of 4]
Seminars and Appointments [OA 5642] [2 of 4]
Seminars and Appointments [OA 5642] [3 of 4]
Seminars and Appointments [OA 5642] [4 of 4]
"Thank You" [OA 5642]
WHITE HOUSE FELLOWS [OA 5642]
Yacht Party [OA 5642]
Young Americans for Responsible Action [OA 5642]
Youth [OA 5643] (Folder discarded. Contained subfolders:)
            Otterbein Plan (Faculty-Student) Otterbein College - Ohio
                        [OA 5643]
            Government Youth Programs or General [OA 5643] [1 of 2]
            Government Youth Programs or General [OA 5643] [2 of 2]
            Youth Employment [OA 5643]
            Youth College/Community Activity [OA 5643]
            Youth Education including Financial Aid to [OA 5643] [1 of 2]
            Youth Education including Financial Aid to [OA 5643] [2 of 2]
            Eighteen-year-old Vote [OA 5643]
            Youth Task Force [OA 5643]
[Youth Programs of the Federal Government] [1 of 3]
[Youth Programs of the Federal Government] [2 of 3]
[Youth Programs of the Federal Government] [3 of 3]

Series V: Narcotic Treatment Programs and Studies

Box 23

Ad Council Campaign [OA 6728] [contained subfolder ADVERTISING
           COUNCIL] [1 of 8]
Ad Council Campaign [OA 6728] [contained subfolder ADVERTISING
           COUNCIL] [2 of 8]
Ad Council Campaign [OA 6728] [contained subfolder ADVERTISING
           COUNCIL] [3 of 8]
Ad Council Campaign [OA 6728] [contained subfolder ADVERTISING
           COUNCIL] [4 of 8]
Ad Council Campaign [OA 6728] [contained subfolder ADVERTISING
           COUNCIL] [5 of 8]
Ad Council Campaign [OA 6728] [contained subfolder ADVERTISING
           COUNCIL] [6 of 8]
Ad Council Campaign [OA 6728] [contained subfolder ADVERTISING
           COUNCIL] [7 of 8]
Ad Council Campaign [OA 6728] [contained subfolder ADVERTISING
           COUNCIL] [8 of 8]
ADVERTISING COUNCIL [OA 6728] [1 of 2]
ADVERTISING COUNCIL [OA 6728] [2 of 2]
Ad Hoc Committee Meetings [OA 6727] [1 of 6]
Ad Hoc Committee Meetings [OA 6727] [2 of 6]
Ad Hoc Committee Meetings [OA 6727] [3 of 6]
Ad Hoc Committee Meetings [OA 6727] [4 of 6]
Ad Hoc Committee Meetings [OA 6727] [5 of 6]
Ad Hoc Committee Meetings [OA 6727] [6 of 6]
American Medical Association [CFOA 841] [1 of 2]
American Medical Association [CFOA 841] [2 of 2]
Appleton-Linkletter Plan [CFOA 841]

Box 24

Ash Council – Drugs [OA 6728] [1 of 5]
Ash Council – Drugs [OA 6728] [2 of 5]
Ash Council – Drugs [OA 6728] [3 of 5]
Ash Council – Drugs [OA 6728] [4 of 5]
Ash Council – Drugs [OA 6728] [5 of 5]
Boy Scouts of America [CFOA 841] [1 of 4]
Boy Scouts of America [CFOA 841] [2 of 4]
Boy Scouts of America [CFOA 841] [3 of 4]
Boy Scouts of America [CFOA 841] [4 of 4]
BUREAU OF PRISONS DRUG PROGRAM [OA 6730]
Governor Carter [CFOA 841]
Dr. Casreil [CFOA 841]
CODAC--Community Organization for Drug Abuse Control [CFOA 841]
           [1 of 2]
CODAC--Community Organization for Drug Abuse Control [CFOA 841]
           [2 of 2]
Dr. Alan Cohen [CFOA 841]
“The Concept” – NYC – [OA 6730]
Controlled Dangerous Substances Act [OA 6729] [1 of 4]
Controlled Dangerous Substances Act [OA 6729] [2 of 4]
Controlled Dangerous Substances Act [OA 6729] [3 of 4]
Controlled Dangerous Substances Act [OA 6729] [4 of 4]

Box 25

Corporation for Public Broadcasting [OA 6730] [1 of 5]
Corporation for Public Broadcasting [OA 6730] [2 of 5]
Corporation for Public Broadcasting [OA 6730] [3 of 5]
Corporation for Public Broadcasting [OA 6730] [4 of 5]
Corporation for Public Broadcasting [OA 6730] [5 of 5]
D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1969-70) [CFOA 841] [1 of 6]
D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1969-70) [CFOA 841] [2 of 6]
D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1969-70) [CFOA 841] [3 of 6]
D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1969-70) [CFOA 841] [4 of 6]
D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1969-70) [CFOA 841] [5 of 6]
D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1969-70) [CFOA 841] [6 of 6]
D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1971-73) [CFOA 841] [1 of 6]
D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1971-73) [CFOA 841] [2 of 6]
D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1971-73) [CFOA 841] [3 of 6]
D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1971-73) [CFOA 841] [4 of 6]

Box 26

D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1971-73) [CFOA 841] [5 of 6]
D.C. Narcotic Treatment Agency (1971-73) [CFOA 841] [6 of 6]
Dart Drugs [CFOA 841]
Daytop Village [OA 6730] [1 of 3]
Daytop Village [OA 6730] [2 of 3]
Daytop Village [OA 6730] [3 of 3]
[DOMESTIC COUNCIL DECISION PAPER: NARCOTIC ADDICTION AND
           DRUG ABUSE PROGRAMS, MARCH 19, 1971] [OA 6730]
Drug Abuse Conference 2/3/72, Press Clippings and Releases [CFOA 841]
           [1 of 2]
Drug Abuse Conference 2/3/72, Press Clippings and Releases [CFOA 841]
           [2 of 2]
Drug Abuse Conference 2/3/72, Statements and Biographies [CFOA 841]
           [1 of 2]
Drug Abuse Conference 2/3/72, Statements and Biographies [CFOA 841]
           [2 of 2]
Drug Abuse Conference February 3, Checklist for Athletes [CFOA 841]
           [1 of 2]
Drug Abuse Conference February 3, Checklist for Athletes [CFOA 841]
           [2 of 2]
Drug Abuse Conference February 3, General [CFOA 841] [1 of 3]
Drug Abuse Conference February 3, General [CFOA 841] [2 of 3]
Drug Abuse Conference February 3, General [CFOA 841] [3 of 3]
Drug Abuse Education [CFOA 841] [1 of 3]
Drug Abuse Education [CFOA 841] [2 of 3]

Box 27

Drug Abuse Education [CFOA 841] [3 of 3]
Drug Information Kit -- prepared by JED for President and “Wives” 1/21/70
           [OA 6727] [1 of 6]
Drug Information Kit -- prepared by JED for President and “Wives” 1/21/70
           [OA 6727] [2 of 6]
Drug Information Kit -- prepared by JED for President and “Wives” 1/21/70
           [OA 6727] [3 of 6]
Drug Information Kit -- prepared by JED for President and “Wives” 1/21/70
           [OA 6727] [4 of 6]
Drug Information Kit -- prepared by JED for President and “Wives” 1/21/70
           [OA 6727] [5 of 6]
Drug Information Kit -- prepared by JED for President and “Wives” 1/21/70
           [OA 6727] [6 of 6]
Drug Use in Vietnam [OA 6728] [1 of 2]
Drug Use in Vietnam [OA 6728] [2 of 2]
“The Family” – Mendocino St. Hosp’l. [OA 6728] [1 of 2]
“The Family” – Mendocino St. Hosp’l. [OA 6728] [2 of 2]
FEDERAL DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION COODINATING
            COMMITTEE [OA 6729] [1 of 3]
FEDERAL DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION COODINATING
            COMMITTEE [OA 6729] [2 of 3]
FEDERAL DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION COODINATING
            COMMITTEE [OA 6729] [3 of 3]
Federal Policy of Drug Abuse [OA 6727]
Federal/State Coordinating Committee on Drug Abuse [CFOA 841] [1 of 2]
Federal/State Coordinating Committee on Drug Abuse [CFOA 841] [2 of 2]
Dr. Robert Forney [CFOA 841]
Dr. Daniel Freedman [CFOA 841]

Box 28

[Paula Gordon] [OA 6730] [1 of 8]
[Paula Gordon] [OA 6730] [2 of 8]
[Paula Gordon] [OA 6730] [3 of 8]
[Paula Gordon] [OA 6730] [4 of 8]
[Paula Gordon] [OA 6730] [5 of 8]
[Paula Gordon] [OA 6730] [6 of 8]
[Paula Gordon] [OA 6730] [7 of 8]
[Paula Gordon] [OA 6730] [8 of 8]
HEW Drug Education Coordinator [OA 6728]
Hughes’ Drug Bill [OA 6727] [1 of 6]
Hughes’ Drug Bill [OA 6727] [2 of 6]
Hughes’ Drug Bill [OA 6727] [3 of 6]
Hughes’ Drug Bill [OA 6727] [4 of 6]
Hughes’ Drug Bill [OA 6727] [5 of 6]
Hughes’ Drug Bill [OA 6727] [6 of 6]
Dr. Hutchnecker [Hutschnecker] [CFOA 841]
“Inner Voices” [OA 6730] [1 of 2]
“Inner Voices” [OA 6730] [2 of 2]
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM TO COMBAT DRUG ABUSE [OA 6729]
           [1 of 5]
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM TO COMBAT DRUG ABUSE [OA 6729]
           [2 of 5]

Box 29

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM TO COMBAT DRUG ABUSE [OA 6729]
           [3 of 5]
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM TO COMBAT DRUG ABUSE [OA 6729]
           [4 of 5]
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM TO COMBAT DRUG ABUSE [OA 6729]
           [5 of 5]
International Protocol on Psychotropic Drugs [OA 6728] [1 of 2]
International Protocol on Psychotropic Drugs [OA 6728] [2 of 2]
JAFFE REPORT National Rehabilitation Task Force--Independent
           [OA 6729] [1 of 8]
JAFFE REPORT National Rehabilitation Task Force--Independent
           [OA 6729] [2 of 8]
JAFFE REPORT National Rehabilitation Task Force--Independent
           [OA 6729] [3 of 8]
JAFFE REPORT National Rehabilitation Task Force--Independent
           [OA 6729] [4 of 8]
JAFFE REPORT National Rehabilitation Task Force--Independent
           [OA 6729] [5 of 8]
JAFFE REPORT National Rehabilitation Task Force--Independent
           [OA 6729] [6 of 8]
JAFFE REPORT National Rehabilitation Task Force--Independent
           [OA 6729] [7 of 8]
JAFFE REPORT National Rehabilitation Task Force--Independent
           [OA 6729] [8 of 8]
Justice Department [OA 6730]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [1 of 13]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [2 of 13]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [3 of 13]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [4 of 13]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [5 of 13]

Box 30

Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [6 of 13]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [7 of 13]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [8 of 13]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [9 of 13]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [10 of 13]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [11 of 13]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [12 of 13]
Krogh – Drugs [OA 6727] [13 of 13]
Legislation [OA 6728] [1 of 10]
Legislation [OA 6728] [2 of 10]
Legislation [OA 6728] [3 of 10]
Legislation [OA 6728] [4 of 10]
Legislation [OA 6728] [5 of 10]
Legislation [OA 6728] [6 of 10]
Legislation [OA 6728] [7 of 10]
Legislation [OA 6728] [8 of 10]
Legislation [OA 6728] [9 of 10]

Box 31

Legislation [OA 6728] [10 of 10]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [1 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [2 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [3 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [4 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [5 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [6 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [7 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [8 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [9 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [10 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [11 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [12 of 13]
MARIHUANA [OA 6729] [13 of 13]
[“MARIHUANA AND HEALTH” A REPORT TO CONGRESS] [OA 6728]
           [1 of 4]
[“MARIHUANA AND HEALTH” A REPORT TO CONGRESS] [OA 6728]
           [2 of 4]
[“MARIHUANA AND HEALTH” A REPORT TO CONGRESS] [OA 6728]
           [3 of 4]
[“MARIHUANA AND HEALTH” A REPORT TO CONGRESS] [OA 6728]
           [4 of 4]

Box 32

Marin Open House San Francisco – [OA 6730] [1 of 3]
Marin Open House San Francisco – [OA 6730] [2 of 3]
Marin Open House San Francisco – [OA 6730] [3 of 3]
Methadone [CFOA 841] [1 of 4]
Methadone [CFOA 841] [2 of 4]
Methadone [CFOA 841] [3 of 4]
Methadone [CFOA 841] [4 of 4]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [1 of 13]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [2 of 13]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [3 of 13]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [4 of 13]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [5 of 13]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [6 of 13]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [7 of 13]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [8 of 13]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [9 of 13]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [10 of 13]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [11 of 13]

Box 33

Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [12 of 13]
Methadone, Use [OA 6730] [13 of 13]
National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information [OA 6729] [1 of 9]
National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information [OA 6729] [2 of 9]
National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information [OA 6729] [3 of 9]
National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information [OA 6729] [4 of 9]
National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information [OA 6729] [5 of 9]
National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information [OA 6729] [6 of 9]
National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information [OA 6729] [7 of 9]
National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information [OA 6729] [8 of 9]
National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information [OA 6729] [9 of 9]
National Coordinating Council Film Review [OA 6728] [1 of 5]
National Coordinating Council Film Review [OA 6728] [2 of 5]
National Coordinating Council Film Review [OA 6728] [3 of 5]
National Coordinating Council Film Review [OA 6728] [4 of 5]
National Coordinating Council Film Review [OA 6728] [5 of 5]
National Drug Foundation [CFOA 841] [1 of 5]

Box 34

National Drug Foundation [CFOA 841] [2 of 5]
National Drug Foundation [CFOA 841] [3 of 5]
National Drug Foundation [CFOA 841] [4 of 5]
National Drug Foundation [CFOA 841] [5 of 5]
NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM -- JUNE 14, 1971 PRESIDENTIAL
           BREAKFAST BRIEFING [OA 6729]
NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM – CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS
           [OA 6729] [1 of 5]
NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM – CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS
           [OA 6729] [2 of 5]
NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM – CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS
           [OA 6729] [3 of 5]
NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM – CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS
           [OA 6729] [4 of 5]
NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM – CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS
           [OA 6729] [5 of 5]
NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM -- CONGRESSIONAL RELATIONS
           [OA 6729]
NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM -- CORRESPONDENCE – GENERAL
           [OA 6728]
[NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM -- DRUG BRIEFING] [OA 6727] [1 of 2]
[NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM -- DRUG BRIEFING] [OA 6727] [2 of 2]
NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM -- NOTES AND DRAFTS [OA 6729]
NATIONAL DRUG PROGRAM – OUTSIDE CORRESPONDENCE
           [OA 6729]
National Rehabilitation Program [OA 6728] [1 of 6]
National Rehabilitation Program [OA 6728] [2 of 6]
National Rehabilitation Program [OA 6728] [3 of 6]
National Rehabilitation Program [OA 6728] [4 of 6]

Box 35

National Rehabilitation Program [OA 6728] [5 of 6]
National Rehabilitation Program [OA 6728] [6 of 6]
National Urban League [CFOA 841]
Nat’l. Coordination Council on Drugs [OA 6729] [1 of 4]
Nat’l. Coordination Council on Drugs [OA 6729] [2 of 4]
Nat’l. Coordination Council on Drugs [OA 6729] [3 of 4]
Nat’l. Coordination Council on Drugs [OA 6729] [4 of 4]
Nat’l. Rehabilitation Task Force – Gov’t. [OA 6727] [1 of 2]
Nat’l. Rehabilitation Task Force – Gov’t. [OA 6727] [2 of 2]
Nat’l Rehabilitation Task Force – Independent [OA 6728]
           [contained subfolder Copies of all…] [CFOA 841] [1 of 6]
Nat’l Rehabilitation Task Force – Independent [OA 6728]
           [contained subfolder Copies of all…] [CFOA 841] [2 of 6]
Nat’l Rehabilitation Task Force – Independent [OA 6728]
           [contained subfolder Copies of all…] [CFOA 841] [3 of 6]
Nat’l Rehabilitation Task Force – Independent [OA 6728]
           [contained subfolder Copies of all…] [CFOA 841] [4 of 6]
Nat’l Rehabilitation Task Force – Independent [OA 6728]
           [contained subfolder Copies of all…] [CFOA 841] [5 of 6]
Nat’l Rehabilitation Task Force – Independent [OA 6728]
           [contained subfolder Copies of all…] [CFOA 841] [6 of 6]
Copies of all notes distributed at 3 meetings [OA 6728] [1 of 2]
Copies of all notes distributed at 3 meetings [OA 6728] [2 of 2]

Box 36

NEWSCLIPPINGS – METHADONE [OA 6729]
NIHM Centers: Lexington & Ft. Worth [OA 6730]
DR. HELEN NOWLIS [OA 6729] [1 of 2]
DR. HELEN NOWLIS [OA 6729] [2 of 2]
Odyssey House – N.Y. [OA 6727] [1 of 4]
Odyssey House – N.Y. [OA 6727] [2 of 4]
Odyssey House – N.Y. [OA 6727] [3 of 4]
Odyssey House – N.Y. [OA 6727] [4 of 4]
Radio & TV Drug Programs [CFOA 841] [1 of 8]
Radio & TV Drug Programs [CFOA 841] [2 of 8]
Radio & TV Drug Programs [CFOA 841] [3 of 8]
Radio & TV Drug Programs [CFOA 841] [4 of 8]
Radio & TV Drug Programs [CFOA 841] [5 of 8]
Radio & TV Drug Programs [CFOA 841] [6 of 8]
Radio & TV Drug Programs [CFOA 841] [7 of 8]
Radio & TV Drug Programs [CFOA 841] [8 of 8]
“Smarteens” [OA 6730] [1 of 5]
“Smarteens” [OA 6730] [2 of 5]
“Smarteens” [OA 6730] [3 of 5]

Box 37

“Smarteens” [OA 6730] [4 of 5]
“Smarteens” [OA 6730] [5 of 5]
Smithsonian Drug Exhibit [OA 6727]
White House Referrals [CFOA 841] [1 of 3]
White House Referrals [CFOA 841] [2 of 3]
White House Referrals [CFOA 841] [3 of 3]

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