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A Finding Aid to Records Relating to American Prisoners of War and Missing in Action from the Vietnam War Era, 1960-1994

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Appendix N: Box List of Records of the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on Missing Persons in Southeast Asia, 94th Congress (1975-76)

[For more information about the records described in Appendix N, contact the Center for Legislative Archives, National Archives and Records Administration, 7th and Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20408. Telephone: 202-357-5350]

Box Contents
1 Committee objectives, committee policy letters, talking papers, witnesses, suspense file
2 Inter-committee memorandums, comments on final report
3 Inter-committee memorandums, request letters, replies from Members
4 Interest groups; AMVETS, Disabled American Veterans, VFW, VIVA, miscellaneous
5 Interest groups; National League of Families, national headquarters, Washington, DC
6 National League of Families, state chapters
7 Government Agencies: contact persons, White House, State Dept., Defense Dept, FBI, CIA, McCloskey questions to CIA
8 Government Agencies: DIA, Joint Casualty Resolution Center, Joint Economic Commission, Four Party Joint Military Team, International Committee of the Red Cross, UNHCR, Military Br.
9 Individual contact persons
10 Codes, regulations, legislation: background data
11 Codes, regulations, legislation: Court Cases and lawyers, status changes, McDonall v. McLucas
12 Codes, regulations, legislation: bills and committee report, FOIA, Dept. of State policies, Defense Dept. policies, Federal Election Campaign Act, Title 50 USC
13 Accountability: statistics, prison camps, follow up; status determinations; search and rescue; pervious wars
14 Socialist Republic of Viet Nam; correspondence, data, trips of committee, background on Hanoi trip (not taken)
15 Socialist Republic of Viet Nam: US aid to VN, reconstruction aid, list of equipment, third party negotiations, refugees and immigrants
16 Cambodia; China; France; Laos; Soviet Union; Switzerland; Thailand
17 General correspondence: A-M by last name
18 General correspondence: N-Z
19 Primary Next of Kin (PNOK) files A-Z
20 Alphabetical carbons, correspondence from select committee filed alphabetically
21 Chronological correspondence: Sept. 1975-Jan. 1977
22 Final Report parts 1-5; committee print "Summary Conclusions and Recommendations"
23* Data and lists of POW/MIAs submitted by government agencies
24* Committee investigations: individual case files reviewed
25* Committee investigations: individual case files reviewed
26* Committee investigations: select committee analyses of POW/MIA cases
27* Miscellaneous committee investigations*
28* Secret memorandums for the record. Open sessions held by the committee
29* Executive and Closed Secret sessions
30* Background files: French experience, country to country relations, graves registrations, people still in SUN
31* Dept. of Defense and State telegrams, also file on unidentified US POWs (DoD) and US captured equipment
32* Secret DoD responses, index to notebooks March-June 1976
33* Secret DoD responses, October 20, 1975-December 1976
34 News compilations, committee press releases
35 Legislative background of committee, HRes 335; HRes 1454; HRes 744; committee rules; general administrative files; office space, equipment, hill memorandums
* = box contains classified files
Note: Compiled by Charles E. Schamel. Published by the National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC, 1996.

Web version prepared 1999. Additions and changes incorporated in the Web version are between brackets [] and in italics.

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