Papers of Frederick Nolting

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Nolting, Frederick. Papers of Frederick Nolting, 1936-1989.

Papers of Frederick Nolting

1936-1989

The collection contains a large quantity of routine personal and official correspondence; a smaller portion of "Selected Correspondence"; professional papers associcated with Nolting's governmental, business and academic career activities with the State Dept., at Morgan Guaranty Trust and the University of Virginia; personal papers containing school, medical, military, financial and property records; manuscript notes, drafts and correspondence relating to his publications particularly "From trust to tragedy"; and an assortment of photographs, many of which were taken in Vietnam. Of interest within these groups are an exchange of letters with Dean Rusk, W. Averell Harriman, C.L. Sulzberger, and other editors of the New York Times in which Nolting challenges some of the U.S. policy strategies of the 1961-1963 Vietnam experience; copies of State Dept. declassified documents revealing the day-to-day actions that led to a major shift in U.S. relations with the Vietnam government and the resulting overthrow and death of President Diem; and photographs of many of the key personnel in those actions. Also of interest are Nolting's journal, March to November, 1944, as armed guard commander, Liberty Ship S.S. Roger Williams; records of the Nolting family involvement in the restoration and preservation of the historic Sully plantation in Chantilly, Fairfax County, Virginia, and a student paper Nolting wrote for Bertrand Russell with Russell's comments on it. Major correspondents or writers of a few letters of interest include Dean Acheson, Charles F. Baldwin, Harry F. Byrd, Jr., William E. Colby, Virginius Dabney, Elbridge Durbrow, Harry D. Felt, John Kenneth Galbraith, Roswell L. Gilpatric, Joseph A. Hagan, Paul D. Harkins, W. Averell Harriman, Frank L. Hereford, Jr., Marguerite Higgins, Ivan Hill, U. Alexis Johnson, Boyce Loving, Robert H. McBride, Frank McCarthy, Madame Nguyen Dinh Thuan, John D. Rockfeller III, Dean Rusk, Oliver Jackson Sands, Jr., C.L. Sulzberger, Maxwell D. Taylor, William C. Trueheart, Sully curator Robert E. Wagstaff, and Murat W. Williams. Correspondents represented by routine or brief cordial letters to Nolting include Rudy Abramson, Omar Bradley, Hodding Carter III, Colgate W. Darden, John Foster Dulles, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Edward G. Lansdale, Walter Lippmann, L.L. Lemnitzer, Dumas Malone, Robert S. McNamara, Edward R. Murrow, Richard M. Nixon, Rouhollah K. Ramazini, Bertrand Russell, Edgar F. Shannon, Francis Cardinal Spellman, Harold E. Stassen, and Edward R. Stettinius.

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United States diplomat; ambassador to the Republic of Viet Nam, 1961-1963; author of "From trust to tragedy." From the description of Papers of Frederick Nolting, 1936-1989. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 55620625 ...

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