Papers, 1919-1993 (bulk 1981-1987).

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Regan, Donald T. Papers, 1919-1993 (bulk 1981-1987).

Papers, 1919-1993 (bulk 1981-1987).

Correspondence, memoranda, chronological and subject files, speeches and engagements file, personal file, scrapbooks, and other papers documenting Regan's government service as U.S. secretary of the treasury and chief of White House staff during the presidency of Ronald Reagan. Dept. of the Treasury files include such topics as domestic finance, economic policy, federal budget, financial deregulation, monetary affairs, savings and loan institutions, tax cut legislation, tax policy, and the thrift industry, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, Secret Service, and United States Mint, and other U.S. Treasury Dept. bureaus, and on the Cabinet Council on Economic Affairs, Council of Economic Advisers, Federal Reserve Board, and Office of Management and Budget. White House files include material on the arms control negotiations with the Soviet Union, Iran-Contra affair, and the summit meetings between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in Geneva, Switzerland, and Reykjavik, Iceland. Of particular note is a letter (1985) from Richard M. Nixon offering his impressions and advice on running the White House Office. Persons represented include George Bush, William J. Casey, Michael K. Deaver, Marc Leland, Robert C. McFarlane, Ann Dore McLaughlin, Richard T. McNamar, Roger W. Mehle, John M. Poindexter, Nancy Reagan, Beryl W. Sprinkel, David Alan Stockman, and Paul Volker.

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