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286. Memorandum From Robert W. Komer of the National Security Council Staff to the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy)

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, China Representation. Secret. The memorandum is marked “Hold for Bundy.”


287. Memorandum From Secretary of State Rusk to President Johnson

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Miscellaneous. Confidential. Drafted by Nathan Pelcovits and Elmore Jackson (IO) on January 31 and cleared by Tyler and Meeker (L).


288. Memorandum From Samuel Belk of the National Security Council Staff to the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy)

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Article 19, Vol. 1. Confidential.


289. Memorandum From the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy) to President Johnson

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Article 19, Vol. 1. Confidential.


290. Memorandum From the Under Secretary of State (Ball) to the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy)

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Agency File, United Nations, UNCTAD. Limited Official Use.


291. Telegram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Memoranda of Conversation, Vol. 1. Confidential; Priority; Limdis. Repeated to Moscow.


292. Memorandum From the Under Secretary of State (Ball) to President Johnson

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Agency File, United Nations, UNCTAD. Confidential.


293. Memorandum From the Executive Secretary of the Department of State (Read) to the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy)

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Miscellaneous. Confidential.


294. Telegram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Article 19, Vol. 1. Confidential; Limdis. Repeated to Moscow and London.


295. Memorandum From the Deputy Under Secretary of State for Administration (Crockett) to the President's Special Assistant (Jenkins)

Source: Kennedy Library, Crockett Papers, MS 75–45, WJC Book, Deputy Under Secretary of State for Administration. No classification marking. Drafted by Richard Fox (O).


296. Telegram From the Department of State to the Mission to the United Nations

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Article 19, Vol 1. Confidential; Limdis. Drafted by Pelcovits and Jackson on May 6; cleared in CIA, L, EUR, SOV, UNP, and IO; and approved by Cleveland. Repeated to London, Moscow, and Geneva for Gardner.


297. Memorandum From Samuel Belk of the National Security Council Staff to the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy)

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Miscellaneous Memos. No classification marking.


298. Telegram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: Johnson Library, Administrative Histories, Department of State During the Presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson, Vol. II, Part 5. Confidential. Another copy is in the National Archives and Records Administration, RG 59, Central Files 1964–66, POL 27–4 UN.


299. Memorandum From the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy) and Samuel Belk of the National Security Council Staff to President Johnson

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Article 19, Vol. 1. Confidential. A note on the memorandum reads: “For Information Only.”


300. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: Department of State, Conference Files: Lot 79 D 246, United Nations. Confidential. Drafted by Polansky and approved in M on August 31. The meeting took place in Harriman's office.


301. Memorandum From the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy) and Samuel Belk of the National Security Council Staff to President Johnson

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, U Thant Visit. Confidential. A memorandum of the President's conversation with U Thant on Southeast Asia is in Foreign Relations, 1964–1968, vol. I, Document 298.


302. Memorandum From Samuel Belk of the National Security Council Staff to the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy)

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Miscellaneous Memos. Confidential.


303. Intelligence Note From the Director of the Bureau of Intelligence and Research (Hughes) to Secretary of State Rusk

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Article 19, Vol. 1. Limited Official Use.


304. Telegram From the Department of State to the Mission to the United Nations

Source: Johnson Library, Administrative Histories, Department of State During the Presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson, Vol. 2, Part 5. Confidential. Repeated to Moscow. Drafted by Sisco, Buffum, and Cleveland; cleared in G, L, EUR, and IO; and approved by Rusk. Another copy is in the National Archives and Records Administration, RG 59, Central Files 1964–66, UN 10–4.


305. Memorandum From Samuel Belk of the National Security Council Staff to the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy)

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Miscellaneous Memos. Confidential.


306. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: Department of State, Conference Files: Lot 79 D 246, United Nations. Secret. Drafted by Polansky. A note on the memorandum reads: “uncleared. never distributed.” The memorandum is “Part 2 of 4.” The meeting took place in Rusk's office.


307. Memorandum From Chester Cooper of the National Security Council Staff to Samuel Belk of that Staff

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Miscellaneous Memos. No classification marking.


308. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: National Archives and Records Administration, RG 59, Conference Files: CF 2440. Secret. Drafted by Cleveland and approved in S on November 9. The meeting was held in the Secretary's Conference Room.


309. Memorandum From Samuel Belk of the National Security Council Staff to the President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (Bundy)

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Miscellaneous Memos. Confidential.


310. Memorandum From the Director of Public Affairs of the Mission to the United Nations (Fritchey) to the Representative to the United Nations (Stevenson)

Source: Princeton University, Stevenson Papers, Correspondence, Fritchey. No classification marking.


311. Memorandum for the Record

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Bundy Files, Memos of Conversation, 1964–1966. Secret.


312. Letter From the Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs (Cleveland) to the Representative to the United Nations (Stevenson)

Source: Department of State, U.S. Mission to the United Nations, Subject Files, Reel 141, Frame 104. Confidential. The date is handwritten on the letter.


313. Telegram From the Mission to the United Nations to the Department of State

Source: Johnson Library, Administrative Histories, Department of State During the Presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson, Vol. 2, Part 5. Secret. Repeated to Moscow. Another copy is in the National Archives and Records Administration, RG 59, Central Files 1964–66, UN 10–4.


314. Special Report Prepared in the Central Intelligence Agency

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Miscellaneous Memos. Secret; No Foreign Dissem. Prepared in the Office of Current Intelligence.


315. Memorandum of Conversation

Source: Johnson Library, National Security File, Country File, United Nations, Memoranda of Conversation. Confidential. Drafted by Alexander Akalovsky on November 30 and approved in S on December 8. The memorandum is Part I of VI. The meeting took place at the Secretary's Suite in the Waldorf Astoria during a luncheon.


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