Source: Reagan Library, Papers of George P. Shultz, AIDS testing. No classification marking. Drafted by Rouse, Krumm, and Brown on July 29; cleared by Funseth, Passage, Coffey, Goff, Mochary, Henderson, Colson, and Newlin. Copies were sent to Bowen, Nelson, and McCance.
Source: Department of State, Central Foreign Policy File, D870674–0267. Confidential. Also sent to USCINCPAC, COMUSNAVPHIL Subic Bay, and Clark Air Force Base.
Source: Department of State, Central Foreign Policy File, D870708–0607. Confidential. Sent for information to USIA. Text is from telegram 13845, August 26, from Moscow.
34. Memorandum From the National Intelligence Officer at Large and the Director of the Analytic Group, Central Intelligence Agency (Hall) to Director of Central Intelligence Webster and the Deputy Director of Central Intelligence (Gates)
Source: Central Intelligence Agency, National Intelligence Council, Job 91B00776R: Policy Files, Lectures, Briefings Files (1980–1989), Box 3, Folder 8. Secret; [handling restriction not declassified]. The memorandum was printed on National Intelligence Council letterhead and identified Hall as both the National Intelligence Officer at Large and the Director of the Analytic Group.
35. Memorandum From the Chairman of the Foreign Intelligence Priorities Committee, Central Intelligence Agency, [name not declassified] to the Deputy Director of Central Intelligence (Gates)
Source: Central Intelligence Agency, Community Management Staff, Job 00B01635R: Committees, Task Forces, Boards, Councils Files, Box 6, Folder 390, FIPC Change Notice #27 Topics For Intelligence on the AIDS Pandemic. Secret [handling restriction not declassified]. Approved by Gates on December 17.
36. Letter From Michael Peterson of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs to the Director of Research and Development, Department of the Navy (Melaragno)
Source: Washington National Records Center, OSD Files: FRC 330–91–0088, Box 4, Loose Document. No classification marking. Drafted by Peterson on April 11.
Source: Department of State, Central Foreign Policy File, P880041–2106. No classification marking. Levitsky sent the paper to Powell under a December 9 covering memorandum with the subject line: “Three-Year Plan for International Effort Against HIV Infection.”