Persons

    • Acheson, Dean, Secretary of State from 1949 until 1953
    • Ackerman, William C., Deputy Director, Public Information and Reports Staff, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State until August 29, 1965; thereafter Special Assistant to the Deputy Assistant Secretary
    • Adams, Ruth, Branch Chief, America Illustrated, Publications Division, Press and Publication Service, United States Information Agency until 1966
    • Adamson, Keith E., Deputy Director, Broadcasting Service, United States Information Agency from October 10, 1963, until December 19, 1966; Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Saigon until May 1968; thereafter Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Vientiane
    • Adenauer, Konrad, former Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany; Christian Democratic Union Chairman until March 1966
    • Adoula, Cyrille, Prime Minister of the Congo from August 2, 1961, until June 30, 1964
    • Akers, Robert W., Deputy Director, United States Information Agency from August 19, 1965
    • Allen, George Venable, Director, United States Information Agency, from November 1957 until 1960; Director of the Foreign Service Institute of the Department of State from March 1, 1966
    • Anderson, Burnett, Assistant Deputy Director, Policy and Plans, Office of Policy, United States Information Agency until January 18, 1965; Deputy Director until June 1967; thereafter Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Madrid
    • Andreas, Dwayne O., Chairman, Executive Committee, National City Bank of Minneapolis; member, President’s General Advisory Committee on Foreign Assistance Programs
    • Andrew, George William, Jr., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Alabama)
    • Arzac, Daniel N., Second Secretary, U.S. Embassy in Bogota from December 22, 1963, until April 12, 1964; First Secretary until November 21, 1965; thereafter Foreign Affairs Officer, Bureau of Public Affairs, Department of State
    • Askey, Dennis, Publications Editor, Press and Publications Service, United States Information Agency until April 25, 1965; thereafter Supervisor, International Information Program
    • Ayub Khan, Field Marshal Mohammad, President of Pakistan and Minister of Defense
    • Babbidge, Homer D., Jr., President of the University of Connecticut from 1962 until 1972; Chairman, United States Advisory Commission on International Education and Cultural Affairs until July 1967
    • Ball, George W., Under Secretary of State until September 30, 1966; Representative to the United Nations from May 14, 1968, until September 25, 1968
    • Bardos, Arthur A., Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Conakry from August 1963 until May 1965; Cultural Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Saigon until February 1967; United States Information Agency member of the Foreign Service Board of Examiners until May 1968; Cultural Affairs Advisor, Office of Policy and Research, United States Information Agency from June 1968
    • Barker, John S., Administrative Officer, United States Information Agency until May 9, 1965; Administrative Manager, Montreal Exhibition, until September 26, 1965; Budget Officer until November 14, 1966; thereafter Employee Development Officer
    • Barnsley, Richard S., Program Coordinator, Office of the Assistant Director, Far East, United States Information Agency until December 19, 1965; thereafter Publications Officer and Attaché, U.S. Embassy in Beirut
    • Bartlett, Lynn M., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Education from 1965 until 1968
    • Bator, Francis M., member of the National Security Staff from April 1964; Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from October 1965 until September 1967
    • Batson, Douglas N., Consultant to the Policy Planning Council, Department of State from February 24, 1964, until October 31, 1964; Director, Multilateral Planning Staff, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs from November 22, 1964, until February 28, 1965; Director, Multilateral and Special Activities until October 10, 1966; thereafter Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs
    • Battle, Lucius D., Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs until August 20, 1964; U.S. Ambassador to the United Arab Republic, from September 22, 1964, until March 5, 1967; Assistant Secretary of State for Near East and South Asian Affairs from April 5, 1967
    • Belk, Samuel, member, National Security Council Staff until 1965; Coordinator for International Cooperation, Department of State, until March 1967; thereafter Director, Reports and Information Staff, Office of the War on Hunger, Agency for International Development
    • Bell, David E., Administrator, Agency for International Development until July 1966; member, President’s General Advisory Committee on Foreign Assistance Programs
    • Bell, Gordon H., Assistant Director, Office of Private Cooperation (abolished in 1967), United States Information Agency, from September 1966 until July 1967; thereafter Special Assistant, Information Center Services
    • Bell, James Dunbar, U.S. Ambassador to Malaysia from March 23, 1964
    • Bennett, W. Tapley Jr., U.S. Ambassador to the Dominican Republic from March 23, 1964, until April 13, 1966; U.S. Ambassador to Portugal from July 20, 1966
    • Betancourt, Rómulo, President of Venezuela until March 11, 1964
    • Betz, Margaret J., Chief, Correspondence Unit, Public Information and Reports Staff, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Exchange, Department of State, until July 1964; Educational and Cultural Exchange Officer, Office of Near Eastern and South Asian Programs, until November 1965; thereafter Staff Assistant, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Educational and Cultural Affairs
    • Black, Eugene R., former President of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development; member of the President’s General Advisory Committee on Foreign Assistance Programs; Special Advisor to the President on Southeast Asian Economic and Social Development after 1965
    • Bliss, Ray C., Chairman of the Republican National Committee from 1965 until 1969
    • Blough, Roger M., Chairman and Chief Executive of the United States Steel Corporation until 1969
    • Bow, Frank T., member, U.S. House of Representatives (R-Ohio)
    • Bowles, Chester B., U.S. Ambassador to India
    • Brady, Leslie S., Assistant Director, Soviet Bloc, United States Information Agency until July 1964; Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Paris
    • Brandt, Herbert Frahm (Willy), Governing Mayor of Berlin until 1966; Foreign Minister from 1966
    • Brezhnev, Leonid I., General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
    • Brooke, Edgar D., Assistant Deputy Director, Media Content, United States Information Agency, until February 1965; Inspector General, until January 1968; Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Brussels
    • Brown, Kermit K., Deputy Assistant Director, Office of the Assistant Director, Latin America, United States Information Agency, until January 17, 1965; Assistant Director for Latin America until early 1968
    • Bruce, David Kirkpatrick Este, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom from March 17, 1961, until March 20, 1969
    • Brumberg, Abraham, Supervisor and Technical Publications Editor, United States Information Agency from February 1961
    • Brzezinski, Zbigniew, member of the Policy Planning Council, Department of State, from 1966 until 1967
    • Bui Diem, Vietnamese Chief of Staff in the Quat government until June 1965; Special Assistant for Planning and Foreign Aid in the Thieu-Ky government from June 1965
    • Bunce, W. Kenneth, Assistant Director, Far East, United States Information Agency, until August 15, 1965; Counselor of Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Seoul
    • Bundy, McGeorge, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs until February 28, 1966
    • Bundy, William P., Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs until March 15, 1964; Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs from March 16, 1964 (title change to Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs on November 1, 1966)
    • Bunker, Ellsworth, Consultant, Department of State until January 1964; Representative to the Organization of American States from January 29, 1964 until November 7, 1966; Ambassador at Large from 1966 until 1967; U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam after April 5, 1967
    • Byrd, Robert C., Senator (D-West Virginia)
    • Byroade, Henry A., U.S. Ambassador to Burma from September 10, 1963, until June 11, 1968
    • Califano, Joseph A., Jr., Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Army until July 1, 1963; General Counsel of the Army until 1964; Special Assistant to the Secretary and Deputy Secretary of Defense from April 1, 1964, until July 26, 1965; thereafter Special Assistant to the President
    • Campbell, Gerald J., Reverend, President of Georgetown University from 1964 until 1968
    • Cannon, Thomas Langley, Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Press and Publications Service, United States Information Agency, from February 1961
    • Canter, Jacob, Director, Office of Inter-American Programs, Department of State, until July 1966; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs until June 1968; thereafter United States member, Executive Committee, Inter-American Cultural Council, Organization of American States
    • Cao Van Vien, General, Army of the Republic of Vietnam, Commander of III Corps, Chief of the Vietnamese Joint General Staff from September 1965
    • Carmichael, Leonard, Secretary, Smithsonian Institution from 1953 until 1964
    • Carter, Alan, Director, Television Services, United States Information Agency from July 1963 until December 1965; thereafter, Assistant Director, Near East and South Asia
    • Castro Ruz, Fidel, Prime Minister of Cuba
    • Cater, S. Douglass, Special Assistant to the President, May 1964 until October 1968
    • Catherman, Terrence F., Russian Branch Chief, European Division, Broadcasting Service, United States Information Agency, from July 1964
    • Chamberlin, Charles Dean, Foreign Information Specialist, United States Information Agency, from May 1964
    • Chancellor, John W., Assistant Director, Broadcasting Service, (Voice of America), from August 1965 until June 1967
    • Chandler, Dorothy B., Vice President, Corporate Relations, the Times Mirror Company; member, United States Advisory Commission on Information from 1965 until 1967
    • Chernoff, Howard L., Executive Assistant to the Director, United States Information Agency, from August 1965 until October 1968; thereafter Osaka Commissioner General, United States Exhibition, Japan World Exposition
    • Christian, George E., Jr., Special Assistant to the President from December 1966 until February 1967; thereafter White House Press Secretary
    • Churchill, Winston S., Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and 1951 to 1955
    • Clark, William Ramsey, Deputy Attorney General from January 1965 until March 1967; Attorney General until January 1969
    • Claxton, Philander Priestly, member, Multilateral Forces Negotiating Team until January 1967; Special Assistant, Office of the Secretary until April 1966; thereafter Special Assistant to the Secretary for Population Matters
    • Clay, Lucius D., Chairman of the Board of Free Europe, Inc.
    • Clifford, Clark M., attorney and unofficial adviser to President Johnson; Secretary of Defense from March 1, 1968
    • Colligan, Francis, J., Director, Policy Review-Research Staff and Executive Director, Council on International Education and Cultural Affairs, Department of State, from June 1963
    • Cox, W. Russell, Executive Officer United States Information Agency until June 1964; Personnel Officer, United States Information Agency, from December 1965
    • Crespi, Leo P., Assistant Director for Research, Research and Reference Service (changed to the Research and Analysis Division in the Office of Policy and Research in 1967), United States Information Agency, until July 1967; thereafter Deputy Assistant Director, Research Development
    • Crockett, William J., Deputy Under Secretary for Administration, Department of State, from June 4, 1963, until 1967
    • Cronkite, Walter L., Jr., American television journalist at CBS News
    • Cushing, Richard Golle, Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Caracas, until January 1967; thereafter, Deputy Assistant Director, Office of the Assistant Director, Broadcasting Service, and Acting Assistant Director, United States Information Agency
    • Daly, John Charles, Assistant Director, Broadcasting Service (Voice of America), from June 1967 until June 1968
    • Davies, Richard Townsend, Deputy Executive Secretary, Executive Secretariat, Department of State, until January 1966; detailed to United States Information Agency as Assistant Director, Soviet Union and Eastern Europe until July 1968; thereafter Principal Officer, U.S. Consulate General in Calcutta
    • Davis, Richard Hallock, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs until April 1965; Acting Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, until 1965; thereafter U.S. Ambassador to Romania
    • De Gaulle, Charles, President of France from 1959 to 1969
    • Dentzer, William T., Director, Office of Bolivian-Chilean Affairs, Bureau for Latin America, Agency for International Development until August 1965; Director, Agency for International Development Mission, U.S. Embassy in Lima, until September 1968
    • Díaz Ordaz, Gustavo, President of Mexico from December 1964
    • Dillon, Thomas Patrick, Director, Policy Plans and Guidance Staff, Department of State, from November 1963
    • Dobrynin, Anatoli F., Soviet Ambassador to the United States
    • Donnelley, Dixon, detailed to the Department of Treasury until March 21, 1966; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs
    • Donovan, James A., Jr., Staff Director, United States Advisory Commission on International Education and Cultural Affairs, from 1961
    • Dorey, Frank D., Program Research Officer and Attaché, U.S. Embassy in Beirut, until January 1964; Regional Program Research Officer until December 1964; Attaché, U.S. Embassy in Manila until November 26, 1965; Chief, Program Analysis Staff, Office of the Director, United States Information Agency, until December 11, 1966; Coordinator, Program Analysis Division, Research and Analysis Division in the Office of Policy and Research, until January 1967; Acting Assistant Director, Research and Analysis Division, until July 1967; thereafter detailed to the Brookings Institute
    • Doster, Jerry C., Chief, Publications Division, Press and Publications Service, United States Information Agency, until March 1964; Chief, Personnel Division, Office of Personnel and Training, until April 1967; thereafter, Executive Officer, U.S. Embassy in Rio de Janeiro
    • Douglas-Home, Alexander (Alec) Frederick, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1963 until 1964
    • Dulles, Allen Welsh, Director of Central Intelligence from 1953 to 1961
    • Dungan, Ralph A., Special Assistant to the President until September 1964; U.S. Ambassador to Chile from December 10, 1964, until August 2, 1967
    • Echols, James R., Foreign Information Specialist, United States Information Agency, until January 1965; Cultural Affairs Adviser until December 1965; thereafter, Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Santiago
    • Eisenhower, Dwight D., President of the United States from January 20, 1953, until January 20, 1961
    • Eisenhower, Milton S., President, Johns Hopkins University, from 1956 until 1967
    • Emond, Robert G., Deputy Director, Office of Security, United States Information Agency, 1965
    • Erhard, Ludwig, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of German until December 1966; Christian Democratic Union Party Chairman from 1966 until 1967
    • Esterline, John Hanly, Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Manila, until September 1965; thereafter detailed to the Department of State as Director, Office of Far East Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
    • Ewing, Gordon A., Director, Information Center Service, United States Information Agency, until February 1964; Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Rome, until July 1967; thereafter Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Bonn
    • Fanelli, A. Alexander, detailed to the Department of State as an Educational-Cultural Exchange Officer, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, until August 30, 1964; Supervisor, Educational-Cultural Exchange Office, until March 1, 1965; West Coast Programs Chief, Office of Inter-American Programs, until January 26, 1966; thereafter Cultural Affairs Adviser, Office of Policy, United States Information Agency
    • Fanget, Louis A., Supervisor, International Information Program Specialists, United States Information Agency, from November 9, 1965
    • Fascell, Dante B., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Florida); Chairman, Subcommittee on International Organizations and Movement, Committee on Foreign Affairs
    • Faubus, Orval, Governor (D-Arkansas) until January 10, 1967
    • Fong, Hiram L., Senator (R-Hawaii)
    • Frankel, Charles, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs from September 15, 1965, until December 31, 1967; Chairman, Council on International Educational and Cultural Affairs
    • Fredman, Herbert I., Assistant Director, Research and Analysis Service, Office of Policy and Research, United States Information Agency, from September 25, 1966, until July 1967; thereafter Assistant Director, Information Center Services
    • Freeman, Orville, L., Secretary of Agriculture
    • Fulbright, J. William, Senator (D-Arkansas)
    • Gandhi, Indira, Indian Minister of Information and Broadcasting from June 9, 1964, until January 24, 1966; thereafter Prime Minister; Minister of External Affairs from August 22, 1967
    • Gardner, John W., Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare from August 18, 1965, until March 1, 1968; Chairman of the United States Advisory Commission on International and Cultural Affairs
    • Gates, Thomas, President, Morgan Guaranty Trust Company
    • Gaud, William S., Assistant Administrator for Near East and South Asia, Agency for International Development, until February 27, 1964; Deputy Administrator until August 1, 1966; thereafter Administrator
    • German, Robert K., Second Secretary, U.S. Embassy in Moscow, until October 25, 1964; thereafter Special Assistant to the Director, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Department of State
    • Glatzer, Morton, Deputy Director, Information Center Service, United States Information Agency, until September 18, 1966; thereafter Deputy Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Bonn
    • Glazer, Joseph, Information Officer and Attaché, U.S. Embassy in Mexico City, until September 8, 1965; thereafter Labor and Minorities Advisor (changed to Labor & Equal Opportunity Advisor in 1966), Office of Policy (changed to Office of Policy and Research in 1966), United States Information Agency
    • Goldberg, Arthur J., Representative to the United Nations from July 26, 1965, until June 24, 1968
    • Goldwater, Barry, Senator (R-Arizona); Republican Presidential candidate in 1964
    • Goodwind, Richard N., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs until 1963; Special Assistant to the President from 1963 until 1966
    • Green, Marshall, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, until June 4, 1965; thereafter U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia
    • Greenewalt, Crawford H., Chairman of the Board of DuPont from 1962 until 1967
    • Greenfield, James L., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs until August 17, 1964; Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs until March 12, 1966
    • Griffith, William E., Professor of Government, Tufts University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • Groff-Smith, Geoffrey, Branch Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Consulate General in Trieste, until July 4, 1965; Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer and Attaché, U.S. Embassy in Rome, until January 1, 1968; thereafter Assistant Cultural Affairs Advisor, Office of Policy and Research, United States Information Agency
    • Gromyko, Andrei A., Foreign Minister of the Soviet Union
    • Guggenheim, Charles E., U.S. film director and producer who made several films for USIA
    • Guthrie, John C., Director, Office of Soviet Union Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until May 26, 1965; Minister Counselor, U.S. Embassy in Moscow, until November 1967; thereafter Personnel Officer
    • Hadsel, Fred L., Planning Advisor, Office of Inter-African Affairs, Bureau of African Affairs, Department of State, until March 29, 1964; thereafter Director
    • Haider, Michael L., Chairman of the Standard Oil Company from 1965
    • Hall, Theo Elmer, Foreign Service Inspector, Director General of the Foreign Service, Deputy Under Secretary for Administration, Department of State, until December 20, 1964; Executive Director, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, until April 1968; thereafter detailed to the Agency for International Development
    • Halsema, James J., Counselor of Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Cairo, until September 19, 1966; thereafter Chief, Training Division, Office of the Assistant Director, Personnel and Training, United States Information Agency
    • Hansen, Allen C., Foreign Information Specialist, United States Information Agency, until January 29, 1967; thereafter Information Officer, U.S. Embassy in Montevideo
    • Hanson, Joseph O., Advisor for National Security, Planning and Program Advisory Staff, Office of Policy and Plans, United States Information Agency
    • Harkins, General Paul D., Commander, Military Assistance Command, Vietnam, until 1964
    • Harriman, W. Averell, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs until March 1965; thereafter U.S. Ambassador at Large
    • Harrar, J. George, member, President’s General Advisory Committee on Foreign Assistance Programs
    • Harris, Reed, Executive Assistant to the Director, Office of the Director, United States Information Agency, until January 21, 1964; Director, Information Center Service, until July 1967; thereafter Assistant Director, Policy and Plans, Office of Policy and Research
    • Hayden, Carl Trumbull, U.S. Senate (D-Arizona); President pro tempore of the Senate
    • Hayes, John S., former president of Washington Post-Newsweek television and radio stations; U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland from November 18, 1966
    • Hays, Otis E., Jr., member, Viet-Nam Working Group, Office of the Assistant Director, Far East (changed to Office of the Assistant Director, East Asia and Pacific, in late 1966), United States Information Agency, until late 1966; thereafter Deputy Assistant Director, Viet-Nam
    • Hays, Wayne, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Ohio)
    • Helms, Richard M., Director of Central Intelligence from June 1966
    • Henry, David Howe II, Deputy Director, Office of Soviet Union Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until August 2, 1964; Director until July 3, 1966; thereafter Counselor, U.S. Embassy in Reykjavik
    • Hewlett, William R., president of Hewlett-Packard; member, President’s General Advisory Committee on Foreign Assistance Programs
    • Hines, Earl, jazz musician and bandleader
    • Hitchcock, David I., Branch Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Consulate General in Fukuoka, until July 12, 1965; Foreign Information Officer, Japan, Korea and Okinawa Affairs, Office of the Assistant Director, Far East (changed to Office of the Assistant Director, East Asia and Pacific, in late 1966), United States Information Agency, until April 23, 1967; thereafter Policy Officer
    • Ho Chi Minh, President of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam
    • Holbrooke, Richard C., field officer, staff assistant to the Ambassador, U.S. Embassy in Saigon, until 1966; White House Staff from 1966 until 1968; staff member of the U.S. Delegation to the Paris Peace Talks from 1968
    • Hoover, J. Edgar, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
    • Howland, Harold E., Deputy Director, Office of Far East Programs, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State, until August 30, 1964; Director until August 29, 1965; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs until August 14, 1966; Senior Seminar, Foreign Service Institute, until July 1967; thereafter Principal Officer, U.S. Embassy in Amsterdam
    • Hoyt, Palmer, editor and publisher of the Denver Post ; member, United States Advisory Commission on Information
    • Hull, Cordell, Secretary of State from March 1933 until November 1944
    • Humphrey, Hubert H., Jr., Senator (D-Minnesota) and Senate Majority Whip until 1964; Vice President of the United States from January 1965
    • Ikeda, Hayato, Prime Minister of Japan from July 1960 to November 1964
    • Inouye, Daniel K., Senator (D-Hawaii)
    • Jacobs, John K., Information Specialist, Press and Publications Service, United States Information Agency, until April 7, 1964; Arabic Magazine Staff Executive Editor, until December 1965; thereafter, American Illustrated Branch Chief
    • Jaffie, Robert B., Public Affairs Officer and Attaché, U.S. Embassy in Kathmandu, until May 24, 1965; thereafter English Teaching Division Chief, Information Center Service, United States Information Agency
    • Javits, Jacob K., Senator (R-New York)
    • Jenkins, Kempton B., International Relations Officer, Office of Soviet Union Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State, until May 23, 1965; thereafter Political Officer, U.S. Embassy in Caracas
    • Jessup, Peter, member, National Security Council Staff and Executive Secretary of the 303 Committee
    • Johnson, Lyndon Baines, President of the United States from November 22, 1963, until January 20, 1969
    • Johnson, U. Alexis, Deputy Under Secretary for Political Affairs until July 1, 1964; Deputy U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam until September 1965; Deputy Under Secretary for Political Affairs until October 9, 1966; U.S. Ambassador to Japan from November 8, 1966
    • Jonathan, Chief Leabua, Prime Minister of Lesotho from July 7, 1965
    • Jones, Walter Warren, Management Analyst, Media Services, Management Division, Office of the Assistant Director, Administration, United States Information Agency, until November 1967; thereafter Deputy Director
    • Jorden, William J., Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs until April 11, 1965; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs until May 1966; senior member of the National Security Council Staff until May 1968; thereafter member of the Delegation to the Paris Peace Talks on Vietnam
    • Kaplan, Harold, Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Geneva, until January 1965; Deputy Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Saigon, until September 1965; detailed to the Department of State as Counselor for Press Affairs until July 1966; detailed to Department of State as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs until August 1967; thereafter Public Affairs Counselor, U.S. Embassy in Brussels
    • Katzenbach, Nicholas deB., Deputy Attorney General until January 28, 1965; Attorney General until October 2, 1966; thereafter Under Secretary of State
    • Kennan, George F., former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia
    • Kennedy, Edward M. (Ted), Senator (D-Massachusetts)
    • Kennedy, John F., President of the United States from January 20, 1961, until November 22, 1963
    • Kennedy, Robert F., Attorney General until 1964; Senator (D-New York) from January 1964 until June 1968
    • Keogh, William Howard, Foreign Information Specialist, United States Information Agency, until January 1965; Special Assistant to the Director until August 1965; Special Assistant to the Deputy Director until February 1967; thereafter Deputy Public Affairs Officer, Consulate General in Hong Kong
    • Khrushchev, Nikita S., Chairman of the Soviet Council of Ministers (Premier) to October 15, 1964
    • Kiesinger, Kurt Georg, Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Germany from 1966
    • King, Martin Luther, Jr., civil rights leader, Baptist minister, and social activist; co-founder and first President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
    • Kintner, Robert E., Secretary of the Cabinet from April 1966 until June 1967
    • Kitchen, Jeffrey C., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs until May 1967
    • Klein, David, member, National Security Council Staff, until August 1965
    • Klieforth, Alexander A., Program Manager, Voice of America, Broadcasting Service, United States Information Agency, until August 1966; thereafter Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Rome
    • Koda, Edward, owner and operator with brother William of a large rice farming interest in California, who is of Japanese descent
    • Koda, William, owner and operator with his brother Edward of a large rice farming interest in California, who is of Japanese descent
    • Kohler, Foy D., U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union until November 14, 1966; Deputy Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs from November 29, 1966, until December 31, 1967
    • Kolarek, Joseph C., Chief, European Division, Broadcasting Service, United States Information Agency, until March 1966; thereafter Press Officer, U.S. Embassy in Bonn
    • Komer, Robert, member, National Security Council Staff, until September 1965; Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from October 1965 to March 1966; Special Assistant to the President from March 1966 to May 1967; thereafter Deputy to the Commander, U.S. Military Assistance Command, Vietnam with the personal rank of Ambassador
    • Kornienko, Georgi M., Minister Counselor at the Soviet Embassy in Washington to 1964; Chief of the American Department, Soviet Foreign Ministry, from 1966
    • Kosygin, Alexei N., First Deputy Chairman of the Soviet Council of Ministers until October 1964; thereafter Chairman
    • Larmon, Sigurd S., member, United States Advisory Commission on Information
    • Larsen, Roy Edward, Chairman of the Executive Committee of Time and Time, Inc., in the 1960s
    • Leddy, John M., U.S. Representative to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, until June 15, 1965; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs
    • Lewis, Mark B., Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Accra until July 1964; thereafter Assistant Director, Africa, United States Information Agency
    • Lincoln, Robert A., Assistant Director, Near East and South Asia, United States Information Agency, until March 1964; Assistant Director, Europe, from March 1964 until December 1965; thereafter Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Ankara
    • Lindley, Ernest K., Special Assistant to the Secretary and member, Policy Planning Council, Department of State
    • Linowitz, Sol M., Consultant to the Department of State and U.S. Representative on the Council of the Organization of American States, the Inter-American Economic and Social Committee, and the Inter-American Committee on the Alliance for Progress from October 13, 1966
    • Lipscomb, Glenard P., member, U.S. House of Representatives (R-California)
    • Littell, Wallace W., Political Officer, U.S. Embassy in Warsaw, until November 1964; Press-Cultural Officer until August 1965; thereafter Deputy Assistant Director, Office of the Assistant Director, Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, United States Information Agency
    • Locke, Eugene M., U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan from June 9, 1966, until April 16, 1967; Deputy Ambassador to South Vietnam after May 1967
    • Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr., U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam until June 28, 1964, and from July 31, 1965, until April 25, 1967; U.S. Ambassador at Large from May 3, 1967, until May 7, 1968; Ambassador to Germany from May 27, 1968, until January 14, 1969
    • Loomis, Henry, Assistant Director, Broadcasting Service (Voice of America), United States Information Agency, until March 1965
    • Lopez Arellano, Colonel Oswaldo, later General, leader of the military junta in Honduras until June 6, 1965; thereafter President of Honduras
    • Louchheim, Katie S., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Community Advisory Services, until October 1966; thereafter Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs
    • Macy, John W., Chairman, Civil Service Commission
    • Magnuson, Warren G., Senator (D-Washington); Chairman, Senate Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee
    • Maguire, Charles M., Staff Assistant for Cabinet Affairs, White House, from 1965 until 1968
    • Mahon, George H., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Texas)
    • Mann, Thomas C., Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs and U.S. Coordinator of the Alliance for Progress, from January 3, 1964, until March 17, 1965; Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs from March 18, 1965, until May 31, 1966
    • Manning, Robert Joseph, Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs until July 31, 1964
    • Mansfield, Michael, Senator (D-Montana); Majority Leader and member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
    • Marks, Leonard H., Director of the United States Information Agency, from September 1, 1965, until December 6, 1968
    • Marshall, George C., Secretary of State from January 21, 1947, until January 20, 1949; Secretary of Defense from September 21, 1950, until September 12, 1951
    • Martin, Mary, theater and film actor
    • Mason, Professor Edward S., founder of the Development Advisory Service (Harvard University); member, President’s General Advisory Committee on Foreign Assistance Programs
    • Mason, Francis S., Jr., Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer and Attaché, U.S. Embassy in London, until March 1, 1965; East West Exhibits Officer, United States Information Agency, until August 1966
    • Matsunaga, Spark M., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Hawaii)
    • Mays, Willie Howard, baseball player
    • McCone, John A., Director of Central Intelligence until April 28, 1965
    • McCrocklin, James, President, Southwest Texas State College
    • McGhee, George C., U.S. Ambassador to Germany until May 21, 1968; thereafter, U.S. Ambassador at Large
    • McKisson, Robert M., Deputy Director, Office of Eastern European Affairs, Bureau of European Affairs, Department of State
    • McNamara, Robert S., Secretary of Defense until February 29, 1968
    • McNichol, Paul John, Assistant Director, Office of Security, United States Information Agency
    • McPherson, Harry C., Jr., Assistant Secretary for Educational and Cultural Affairs from August 1964 until August 1965; Special Assistant to the President until February 1966; thereafter Special Counsel to the President
    • Meyers, Tedson J., Assistant to the Director of the United States Peace Corps
    • Miller, Paul A., Assistant Secretary of Education from 1966 until 1967
    • Miller, William Doran, Deputy Assistant Director, Office of the Assistant Director, Near East and South Asia, United States Information Agency until March 1964; Assistant Director until December 1965; thereafter Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in New Delhi
    • Mink, Patsy T., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Hawaii) from January 3, 1965
    • Modic, Paul A., Information Officer, U.S. Embassy in Beirut, until May 1964; Supervisor, International Radio Information Specialists, United States Information Agency, until May 1966; thereafter Chief, Policy Application Staff, Broadcasting Service
    • Mondale, Walter F. (Fritz), Senator (D-Minnesota)
    • Montgomery, Orville J., Attorney-Advisor, United States Information Agency until February 1966; thereafter Deputy General Counsel
    • Moore, Daniel E., Deputy Assistant Director, Office of the Assistant Director, Far East, United States Information Agency, until April 1965; Acting Assistant Director, until October 1965; Assistant Director until August 1966; thereafter Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Seoul
    • Moore, Paul, Jr., Reverend, Bishop (Episcopal) of Washington, D.C.
    • Mora-Otero, Jose Antonio, Uruguayan, Secretary General of the Organization of American States
    • Morales-Carrion, Arturo, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs until 1963; Special Assistant to the Secretary General of the Organization of American States from 1964
    • Morgan, Thomas E., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-Pennsylvania)
    • Morton, Thurston B., Senator (R-Kentucky) until December 18, 1968
    • Moseman, Albert H., Agricultural Administrator, Department of Agriculture, until 1964; Consultant, Agency for International Development, until August 1, 1965; thereafter Assistant Administrator, Office of Technical Cooperation and Research
    • Mosley, Lionel S., Director, Office of Personnel-Training, United States Information Agency, from September 1964
    • Mowinckle, John W., Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Paris, until May 24, 1964; Public Affairs Officer and Attaché, U.S. Embassy in Leopoldville, until February 1966; Counselor for Public Affairs until January 1, 1967; thereafter Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Rio de Janerio
    • Moyers, Bill D., Special Assistant to the President until January 31, 1967; White House Press Secretary from July 8, 1965, until January 31, 1967
    • Mumford, Lawrence Quincy, Librarian, Library of Congress
    • Mundt, Karl E., Senator (R-South Dakota)
    • Murrow, Edward R., Director of the United States Information Agency from 1961 until January 1964
    • Muskie, Edmund S., Senator (D-Maine)
    • Mussolini, Benito, Italian Prime Minister from 1922 until 1943
    • Nalle, David, Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Amman, until August 1965; Program Coordinator, Office of the Assistant Director, Near East and South Asia, until September 1967; thereafter Deputy Assistant Director
    • Nasser, Gamal Abdel, President of UAR/Egypt from June 23, 1956
    • Nelson, Lyle M., Director of University Relations and lecturer with the Department of Communications, Stanford University
    • Nguyen Cao Ky, Air Vice Marshal, VNAF; Vietnamese Prime Minister and Chairman, National Executive Committee until October 1967; thereafter Vice President of Vietnam
    • Nguyen Van Thieu, Lieutenant General, ARVN; Vietnamese Chief of State and Chairman, National Leadership Committee, until October 1967; thereafter President of Vietnam
    • Nitze, Paul H., Secretary of the Navy until June 1967; Deputy Secretary of Defense from July 1967
    • Nixon, Richard M., former Vice President of the United States; Republican candidate for President in 1968; thereafter President-elect
    • Nkrumah, Kwane, President of Ghana until February 1966
    • Novik, Morris S., member, United States Advisory Commission on Information
    • Oleksiw, Daniel Philip, detailed to the National War College until February 1965; Assistant Deputy Director, Media Content, United States Information Agency, until August 1966; thereafter Assistant Director, East Asia and Pacific
    • Orlich Bolmarcich, Francisco Jóse, President of Costa Rica until May 8, 1966
    • Osborn, David L., Consul General, U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, until August 1964; detailed to the National War College until July 1965; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs until January 1967; thereafter Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Tokyo
    • Pahlavi, Mohammed Reza, Shah of Iran
    • Parelman, Samuel T., Political Officer, U.S. Embassy in Bonn until December 1965; Deputy Director, Office of International Conferences, Bureau of International Organization Affairs, Department of State, until November 1967; thereafter Acting Director
    • Patterson, Floyd, U.S. boxer
    • Pauker, John, Chief, Policy Guidance Staff (changed to Policy Guidance and Media Reaction Staff in 1966), Office of Policy (changed to the Office of Policy and Research in 1966), United States Information Agency, from October 1962
    • Paul IV (Giovanni Battista Montini), Pope
    • Payeff, William K., Foreign Affairs Officer, Office of the Assistant Director, Far East, United States Information Agency, until February 1964; Deputy Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Consulate General in Hong Kong, until February 1968
    • Peers, General William R., Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Special Operations; Special Assistant for Counter-Insurgency and Special Activities for the Joint Chiefs of Staff until January 1967
    • Perkins, James A., President of Cornell University; Chairman of the President’s General Advisory Committee on Foreign Assistance Programs
    • Peterson, Ruth L., Secretary, Office of the Director, United States Information Agency
    • Phan Huy Quat, Vietnamese Premier from February 16 to June 11, 1965
    • Plesent, Stanley, General Counsel of the United States Information Agency until 1966
    • Porter, Paul, attorney and founding partner, Arnold & Porter, Washington D.C.
    • Quat, see Phan Huy Quat
    • Raborn, William F., Jr., Vice Admiral, USN (retired); Director of Central Intelligence from April 28, 1965 until June 30, 1966
    • Randolph, A. Philip, U.S. civil rights leader; founder, Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters
    • Re, Edward D., Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs from February 1968 until January 1969
    • Read, Benjamin M., Special Assistant to the Secretary of State and Executive Secretary of the Department
    • Reedy, George E., White House Press Secretary from 1964 until 1965
    • Reinhardt, John E., Cultural Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Tehran, until August 1966; thereafter Deputy Assistant Director, Office of the Assistant Director, East Asia and Pacific, United States Information Agency
    • Reischauer, Edwin O., U.S. Ambassador to Japan until August 19, 1966
    • Reston, James B., journalist and columnist for the New York Times
    • Richardson, John, Jr., President of Radio Free Europe
    • Ripley, Sidney Dillon, Secretary, Smithsonian Institution from 1964
    • Rivers, L. Mendel, member, U.S. House of Representatives (D–South Carolina)
    • Roberts, Edward V., Assistant Director, Africa, United States Information Agency, until May 1965; Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Rabat, until April 1968; thereafter Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Tokyo
    • Roberts, Juanita, personal secretary to President Johnson
    • Robison, Olin C., Special Assistant for Youth, Deputy Under Secretary for Political Affairs, Department of State, from January 2, 1966, until mid-1968
    • Rockefeller, David, banker and philanthropist; member of the President’s General Advisory Committee on Foreign Assistance Programs
    • Rockefeller, John D., IV, member, West Virginia House of Delegates from 1966 until 1968
    • Ronalds, Francis S., Jr., Deputy Assistant Director, Programs, Office of the Assistant Director, Broadcasting Service, United States Information Agency, from August 1966
    • Rooney, John J., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-New York)
    • Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, President of the United States from 1933 until 1945
    • Rosenthal, Jacob, Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State from October 1966 until mid-1967
    • Rostow, Eugene Victor Debs, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs from October 14, 1966, until January 20, 1969
    • Rostow, Walt W., Counselor for the Department of State and Chairman of the Policy Planning Council until March 31, 1966; thereafter Special Assistant to the President
    • Rowan, Carl T., Director of the United States Information Agency from February 1964 until July 1965
    • Rusk, David Dean (Dean), Secretary of State
    • Russell, Richard Brevard, Jr., Senator (D-Georgia)
    • Ryan, Hewson A., Assistant Director, Latin America, United States Information Agency, until February 1965; Associate Director, Policy and Plans, Office of Policy, until August 1966; thereafter Deputy Director, Policy and Research, Office of Policy and Research
    • Rylance, George A., Deputy Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Buenos Aires, until June 1965; Deputy Assistant Director, Office of the Assistant Director, Latin American, United States Information Agency, until January 1968; thereafter Assistant Director
    • Sabri, Ali, Prime Minister of the United Arab Republic until September 1965
    • Salant, Richard S., president of CBS News Division
    • Salinger, Pierre E. G., White House Press Secretary until 1964
    • Salisbury, Harrison E., U.S. journalist
    • Sandvos, Annis, Foreign Affairs Officer, Multilateral Policy Planning Staff, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Department of State
    • Sato, Eisaku, Prime Minister of Japan from November 1964
    • Sayles, V. George, Chief, Policy and Columns Staff, Press and Publications Service, United States Information Agency
    • Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr., historian and former Special Assistant to President Kennedy
    • Schmidt, Richard M., General Counsel of the United States Information Agency from 1965
    • Schuetz, Klaus, First State Secretary (Political and Administrative Affairs) in the West German Foreign Office until October 1966; Governing Mayor of Berlin from 1966
    • Schultze, Charles L., Assistant Director, Bureau of the Budget, until 1965; thereafter Director until January 1968
    • Sharek, Carl Robert, Foreign Information Specialist, Polish and Hungarian Affairs, Office of the Assistant Director, Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, United States Information Agency, until April 1967; thereafter Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Belgrade
    • Shea, Donald Taylor, Branch Public Affairs Officer, U.S Consulate General in Bombay, until August 1964; detailed to the National War College until June 1965; thereafter Deputy Assistant Director, Office of the Assistant Director, Europe, United States Information Agency
    • Shelepin, Alexandr N., Deputy Chairman of the Soviet Council of Ministers to 1965; member of the Presidium (Politburo) of the Central Communist Party from November 1964
    • Shriver, Robert Sargent, Jr., Director of the Peace Corps until 1966; Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity until 1968; U.S. Ambassador to France from May 25, 1968
    • Simpson, Daniel H., Foreign Affairs Reserve Officer, Bureau of Security and Consular Affairs, Department of State, until April 1967; thereafter detailed to the United States Information Agency
    • Slack, John M., member, U.S. House of Representatives (D-West Virginia)
    • Slocum, John J., Cultural Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Cairo, until May 1965; Program Manager, Montreal Exhibition, United States Information Agency, until August 1966; thereafter Staff Assistant, Office of Policy and Research, until 1967; thereafter Cultural Affairs Advisor, Policy Guidance and Media Reaction Staff
    • Smiley, Joseph R., Chairman, United States Advisory Commission on International Education and Cultural Affairs from July 1967
    • Smith, Bromley K., Executive Secretary of the National Security Council
    • Smith, Howard K. co-anchor, ABC Evening News, until 1975; thereafter political analyst and commentator, ABC News
    • Smith, Morton S., Press Officer, U.S. Embassy in Rangoon until February 1964; Foreign Affairs Officer, Thailand, Cambodia & Burma Affairs, Office of the Assistant Director, Far East Policy Office, United States Information Agency until February 1967; thereafter Deputy Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Seoul
    • Solomon, Anthony M., Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs until June 1965; thereafter Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs
    • Sorensen, Thomas C., Deputy Director, Policy and Plans, Office of Policy, United States Information Agency until 1965
    • Sorkin, Marvin, Information Officer-Press Officer, U.S. Embassy in Vienna until August 1965; thereafter Deputy Chief, Policy Guidance Staff, Policy Guidance and Media Reaction Staff, Office of Policy (changed to Office of Policy and Research in 1966), United States Information Agency
    • Stanton, Frank, President of the Columbia Broadcasting System; chairman, United States Advisory Commission on Information
    • Steigman, Andrew L., Economics Officer, U.S. Consulate General in Benghazi, until October 1964; Foreign Affairs Officer, Department of State, until April 1966; Staff Assistant to the Secretary of State until January 1968; thereafter International Relations Officer
    • Steinbeck, John E., U.S. author and Nobel Prize recipient
    • Stephens, Oren M., Assistant Director, Research and Reference Services, United States Information Agency, until July 1966; thereafter Senior Research Officer, European Research Center
    • Stevens, George, C., Jr., Director, Motion Picture Service (changed to Motion Picture and Television Service in 1966), United States Information Agency, until June 1967
    • Stevenson, Adlai E., U.S. Representative to the United Nations until July 14, 1965
    • Stoessel, Walter J., Jr., Consul General, U.S. Embassy in Moscow, until September 1965; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs until September 12, 1968; thereafter U.S. Ambassador to Poland
    • Streibert, Theodore C., Director of the United States Information Agency from 1953 until 1956
    • Sukarno, President of Indonesia until March 12, 1967
    • Suzuki, Chiyoko (Pat), U.S. singer and recording artist in the 1950s and 1960s
    • Talbot, Phillips, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs until September 1, 1965; thereafter U.S. Ambassador to Greece
    • Taylor, Maxwell D., General, USA, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff until June 30, 1964; U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam until July 30, 1965
    • Temple, Lawrence, E., Special Counsel to the President from September 1967 until January 1969
    • Thant, U, Secretary General of the United Nations
    • Thompson, Llewellyn E., U.S. Ambassador at Large until December 26, 1966; thereafter Ambassador to the Soviet Union
    • Thompson, Tyler, Director General of the Foreign Service until February 15, 1964; thereafter U.S. Ambassador to Finland
    • Tito, Josip Broz, President of Yugoslavia
    • Trilling, Lionel, author and professor of English at Columbia Univerity
    • Trueheart, William C., Consul General, U.S. Embassy in Saigon, until May 1964; Director, Office of South East Asian Affairs, Bureau of Far Eastern Affairs, Department of State, until August 1966; Deputy Director for Coordination, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, from June 1967
    • Truman, Harry S, President of the United States from April 12, 1945, until January 20, 1953
    • Tull, James N., Foreign Affairs Officer, United States Information Agency, until November 1964; Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Manila until February 1967; thereafter Evaluations Officer, U.S. Embassy in Saigon
    • Vail, Thomas Van Husen, member, United States Advisory Commission on Information from 1967
    • Valenti, Jack, Special Assistant to the President until May 15, 1966
    • Vance, Cyrus R., Deputy Secretary of Defense until June 1967; member, U.S. Delegation to the Paris Peace Talks from June 1967
    • Vaughn, Jack H., Director for Latin America, Peace Corps, until April 8, 1964; U.S. Ambassador to Panama until February 27, 1965; Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs until February 28, 1966; thereafter Director of the Peace Corps
    • Vien, see Cao Van Vien
    • Vogel, Arthur C., Chief, Photographic Division, United States Information Agency, until December 1965; thereafter Chief, Bibliographic Division, Information Service Center
    • Wade, Floyd A., Jr., International Private Cooperation Specialist, United States Information Agency, until July 1964; Foreign Affairs Officer, Japan, Korea and Okinawa Affairs, Office of the Assistant Director, Far East, until August 1965; Senior Field Representative, U.S. Embassy in Saigon until 1967
    • Walker, Lannon, Foreign Service Officer, U.S. Embassy in Rabat until September 1964; Principal Officer, U.S. Consulate General in Constantine until October 1966; thereafter Foreign Affairs Officer, Secretariat Staff, Executive Secretariat, Department of State
    • Wallace, George, Governor (D-Alabama)
    • Watson, Arthur K., member, President’s General Advisory Committee on Foreign Assistance Programs
    • Watson, Marvin, Special Assistant to the President from January 1965 until April 1968
    • Wattenberg, Benjamin J., White House Staff of the President
    • Weld, William E., Jr., Deputy Assistant Director, Office of the Assistant Director, Africa, United States Information Agency until December 1965; thereafter Assistant Director, Europe
    • Wells, Herman B., former Chancellor of Indiana University; Chairman of the Board, Education & World Affairs
    • Westmoreland, William C., General, USA; Commander, Military Assistance Command, Vietnam, from 1964 until 1968; thereafter Army Chief of Staff
    • Wheeler, Earle G., General, USA; Chief of Staff, until July 2, 1964; thereafter Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    • Wheeler, John R., Deputy Assistant Director, Office of Assistant Director, Administration, United States Information Agency, until September 1966; thereafter Executive Officer, Motion Picture and Television Service
    • White, Barbara M., Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Santiago, until May 1966; Special Assistant to the Director of the United States Information Agency until August 1966; thereafter Associate Director, Policy and Research, Office of Policy and Research
    • White, Theodore, U.S. journalist and author, The Making of the President series
    • Wiener, Ernest G., Counselor for Cultural Affairs, U.S. Embassy in Moscow, until July 1966; thereafter Deputy Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Brasilia
    • Wilken, David, Director, Inter-Department Relations and Government Accounting Office Liaison Staff, Deputy Under Secretary for Administration, Department of State, until January 1967; thereafter Deputy Chief of Mission, U.S. Embassy in Kingston
    • Wilkins, Roy, U.S. civil rights leader and activist; head of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People from 1955 until 1977
    • Williams, G. Mennen, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs until March 23, 1966; U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines from June 17, 1968
    • Wills, Maurice (Maury), U.S. baseball player
    • Wilson, Donald M., Deputy Director of the United States Information Agency until June 1965
    • Wilson, James Harold, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1964
    • Wright, Thomas Lloyd, Director, Press and Publications Service, United States Information Service, until 1967; Executive Assistant to the Director until 1968
    • Xuan, Thuy, Chief of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam Delegation to the Paris Peace Talks
    • Yamasaki, Minoru, U.S. architect
    • Young, Milton Ruben, Senator (R-North Dakota)
    • Zellerbach, William J., member, President’s General Advisory Committee on Foreign Assistance Programs
    • Zhivkov, Todor, Prime Minister of Bulgaria from November 1962
    • Zorthian, Barry, Deputy Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, until Feb__ruary 1964; Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy in Saigon, until January 1965; Minister-Counselor for Public Affairs until September 1965; Minister-Counselor for Information at the U.S. Embassy in Saigon and head of the Joint U.S. Public Affairs Office until February 1968; thereafter Special Assistant to the Ambassador