Special Collections 
	and Archives

FBI (FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION) RECORDS

, 1925-1977


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 1 u.n. Guide to the Scholarly Resources microfilm Edition of the Official and Confidential File of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, 1988
16 1 1 White House Correspondence, 1945 Official and Confidential Technical Summaries, June 14, 1945
16 - - Technical Summaries Sent to White House
16 1 2
Volumes I-II, May 8-November 20, 1945; 7 folders
16 2 2
Volume III, November 21, 1945-February 14, 1946; 6 folders
16 3 2
Volumes IV-V, February 15-September 30, 1946; 5 folders
16 4 2
Volumes V-VI, September 30, 1946-January 9, 1947; 6 folders
16 5 2
Volumes VI-VII, October 1, 1946-April 28, 1948; 6 folders
16 6 3 FBI  Television Series Agreement, December 11, 1964-February 6, 1973
16 6 4 White Slave Traffic Act Violation, February 7-12, 1962
16 6 5 Henry Cabot Lodge, March 13, 1937-October 18, 1967
16 6 6 CRIMDEL-Civil Rights Section, Los Angeles, April 7-27, 1960; 2 folders
16 6-7 7 Inga Arvad Fejos (Mrs. Paul), Internal Security-Espionage, November 16, 1940-March 15, 1945; 4 folders
16 7 8 Richard M. Nixon, Bureau application Rejected, May 4, 1937-May 4, 1971
16 7 9 Robert Kennedy, Meyer Lansky - Anti-Racketeering, August 4, 1962-November 22, 1963
16 7 10 Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. (Ambassador to the United Nations), Special Inquiry, December 1, 1952-July 12, 1957
16 8 11 Joseph Patrick Kennedy, Special Inquiry, March 15, 1956-June 5, 1968
16 8 12 Robert Kennedy, Anti-Racketeering, August 4-20, 1962
16 8 13 John F. Kennedy, March 12, 1947-November 19, 1976; 5 folders


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 9 13 John F. Kennedy, Sub A (clippings), December 5, 1961-December 16, 1977
16 9 14 Joseph P. Kennedy, Administrative File, September 7, 1943-November 19, 1969
16 9 15 Bomb Summary, FBI Uniform Crime Reports, 1972
16 9 16 Adlai E. Stevenson, Congressional Investigative File, November 4, 1970-December 3, 1974
16 9 17 Adlai E. Stevenson, April 3, 1952-October 31, 1964
16 9 18 Information Concerning Bradley University, November 25, 1952-May 28, 1968
16 9 19 David Blair Owen, December 2, 1952-April 12, 1970
16 10 20 Loyalty of Government Employees, Willard S. Kriegh, August 9, 1950-April 24, 1959; 6 folders
16 10 21 Patricia Kennedy, State Department, Special Inquiry, March 18, 1952-September 11, 1957
16 11 22 Lyndon B. Johnson, Congressional-Presidential April 10, 1956-February 13, 1964


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 11 23 Individual Conducting Surveillance of Agents in Miami Division, March 24-August 13, 1956
16 11 24 Martin Luther King, Jr., Administrative/Investigative File, December 31, 1956-July 1, 1969; 2 folders
16 11 25 FBI/Secretive Service Agreement, Regarding Presidential Protection, February 3, 1965-June 6, 1966
16 11 26 Joseph Alsop, March 27, 1957-April 23, 1959
16 11 27 Clinton P. Anderson (Senator), Congressional File, September 18-26, 1952
16 11 28 Congress William Anderson, December 14, 1970-January 26, 1971
16 12 29 Anonymous Communications, January 6, 1933
16 12 30 Attorney General, Submission of Memoranda by FBI, January 12, 1925-July 3, 1956
16 12 31 Robert G. Baker, January 17-19, 1967
16 12 32 Manuel Benitez, Cuban General, November 3, 1942


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 12 33 Willard Bennett:  Rumor that Hoover was a "Queer," June 27-July 5, 1944
16 12 34 Elizabeth Bentley, Investigative File, November 20, 1953
16 12 35 Francis Biddle, Administrative File, October 8-December 2, 1941
16 12 36 "Black Bag" Jobs, July 19, 1966-January 6, 1967
16 12 37 Fred B. Black, Jr., May 23, 1952-December 13, 1966; 3 folders
16 12 38 Charles Bohlen, April 16, 1953-September 23, 1959
16 12 39 Bombing at U.S. Capitol, March 1-29, 1971
16 12 40 Harry Bridges, Investigative File, September 18-19, 1941
16 12 41 Bureau Recording Instruments, Administrative File, February 25, 1941
16 13 42 E. R. Butts, Administrative File, April 2, 1951


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 13 43 Gwendolyn Cafritz, January 24, 1963
16 13 44 Charlotte Division, Personnel File, January 10, 1938
16 13 45 Winston Churchill, August 1, 1940
16 13 46 Civil Rights and Domestic Violence, Administrative/Policy File, March 10-25, 1947
16 13 47 CO Summaries (Listing of Deliveries to White House), Administrative File, Thomas Corcoran Wiretap, ca. April, 1947-May 21, 1948
16 13 48 Communist Party, Investigative and Information File, September 30, 1940
16 13 49 Communist Party Coverage, Investigative File, July 28, 1958
16 13 50 Communist Party, USSR,  Information from other Agency, September 24, 1959
16 13 51 Confidential Informants, Investigative/Administrative File, January 2, 1946-September 20, 1965
16 13 52 Fred J. Cook, Administrative File, July 14, 1971


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 13 53 Judith Coplon-Case, Administrative/Investigative File, June 14, 1949
16 13 54 "Peace Agreement" Investigative File, November 4, 1942
16 13 55 Departmental Applicant Investigations, Administrative File, April 17-24, 1970
16 13 56 Louis De Rochemont, "Crime of the Century," Administrative File, July 13, 1951
16 13 57 Thomas E. Dewey (Governor, d. 1971), Administrative File, April 27, 1948-January 6, 1953
16 13 58 Samuel Dickstein, December 3, 1941
16 13 59 Martin Dies, Congressional File, October 21, 1940-December 16, 1953
16 13 60 Presidential Directives Policy, June 26, 1939-June 9, 1962
16 13 61 Mrs. Donlan, February 26-March 5, 1953
16 13 62 Colonel William Donovan, Administrative File, November 18, 1941


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 13 63 General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Administrative File, December 1, 1952
16 13 64 Expansion of FBI Foreign Intelligence Coverage, Policy, September 21, 1970-September 28, 1971
16 14 65 FBI Appropriation Difficulties, Administrative File, March 13, 1936
16 14 66 FBI Counterintelligence Activities, Technical Devices and Techniques, Administrative File, March 5, 1955
16 14 67 "The FBI Story," Administrative File, October 8, 1945-June 26, 1956
16 14 68 FBI (Review of Information From), Administrative File, February 5, 1953
16 14 69 Personnel File, November 24, 1977
16 14 70 Foreign Influence in the Black Extremist Movement/Investigative File, February 28, 1969
16 14 71 Abe Fortas, July 20-24, 1967
16 14 72 P.E. Foxworth, Administrative and Policy File, May 30, 1940


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 14 73 Felix Frankfurter, Administrative and Information File, December 3, 1940
16 14 74 Otto Frankfurter, October 29, 1942-November 24, 1943
16 14 75 Memorandum Regarding Hoover's Reputed Homosexuality, June 30, 1943
16 14 76 Clayton Fritchey, Criticism of FBI and Hoover, July 12-14, 1971
16 14 77 Germany Official and Confidential, July 4, 1940
16 14 78 M.E. Gilfond Official and Confidential, December 11, 1941
16 14 79 Marshal Goding, September 15, 1949
16 14 80 Henry Grunewald (Potential Presidential Candidate), Prominent Persons Investigative File, March 19, 1940-June 16, 1948
16 14 81 Congressional Investigative File, January 25-26, 1963
16 14 82 J. T. Hartin, March 31, 1934-October 26, 1965


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 14 83 Personnel (female employee wearing wig), March 2, 1971
16 14 84 Henry Grunewald, Technical Coverage Summaries, June 14, 1945-September 6, 1946; 2 folders
16 15 85 J. Edgar Hoover (Directorship), Administrative File, August 28, 1941-January 22, 1958
16 15 86 John Edgar Hoover Statement of Employment and Financial Interests, June 15, 1966-August 6, 1971
16 15 87 Harry L. Hopkins (Special Assistant to the President), Investigative File, May 10, 1940-July 25, 1945; 3 folders
16 15 88 Cordell Hull (Secretary of State), Prominent Persons Investigative File, October 29, 1942
16 15 89 Bill Hutchinson, January 18, 1943
16 15 90 Intelligence Coverage, Domestic and Foreign, March 25-April 12, 1971
16 15 91 Robert H. Jackson, Administrative File, March 24-April 4, 1941


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 15 92 Lyndon B. Johnson, Presidential File, November 29, 1963-March 8, 1966
16 16 93 Mrs. Grace D. Johnson, April 30, 1947
16 16 94 C. G. Burrows, INS, December 16, 1966
16 16 95 Thomas V. Quinn, May 2, 1949
16 16 96 John F. Kennedy (Congressional-Presidential), Personal Misconduct, March 29, 1960-July 2, 1963
16 16 97 Robert F. Kennedy, Autopsy, June 6, 1968
16 16 98 Kansas City Election Fraud Case, June 5, 1947-June 10, 1948; 3 folders
16 16 99 Khrushchev Visit and Soviet Intelligence Activities in the U.S., December 15, 1959
16 16 100 Martin Luther King, Jr., Possible Phone Surveillance, December 10, 1965-June 10, 1969
16 16 101 Miss Frances G. Knight (Director, Passport Office), May 6, 1964-March 23, 1971; 2 folders


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 17 102 Victor Kravchenko, Defection and Possible Redefection, December 26, 1944-February 9, 1966
16 17 103 Joseph P. Lash, Prominent Persons Investigative File, December 31, 1943-February 2, 1954
16 17 104 Max Lowenthal, June 7, 1951-January 9, 1952
16 17 105 Senator Joseph McCarthy, March 18-July 14, 1953
16 17 106 Senator George S. McGovern, March 9-June 1, 1971
16 17 107 Matthew F. McGuire, Information, November 15, 1941
16 17 108 Harry McMullin, Information, October 20-27, 1941
16 17 109 Roderick Mabie, January 30-31, 1939
16 17 110 Possible Soviet Agent, Information File, March 27-April 2, 1963


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 17 111 Strike Force, New York City, Policy, March 21, 1969
16 17 112 J. R. Menefee, July 31-October 20, 1943
16 17 113 Derogatory Remarks About Mr. Hoover, Information, June 20-23, 1951
16 17 114 Microphone Surveillance, Administrative Policy, November 10, 1950-July 1, 1966
16 17 115 John N. Mitchell (Attorney General), Prominent Persons/Administrative File, March 14, 1969-June 4, 1971
16 17 116 Statement by John Monroe denying he had sexual relations with relative of Attorney General Biddle,  January 24, 1944
16 17 117 John Monroe, Technical Summaries, August 13, 1945-October 16, 1949; 2 folders
16 17 118 Frank Murphy (Attorney General) January 4, 1939-January 24, 1949
16 18 119 Richard M. Nixon Administration Organization, Homosexuals in Government, February 4-July 3, 1969
16 18 120 Dr. Jacob Nosovitsky, 1920-1925; 2 folders


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 18 121 Gerald P. Nye (Senator), Information, December 5, 1941
16 18 122 Organized Crime, Information, January 13-October 26, 1966
16 18 123 Pearl Harbor Attack, Information, December 12, 1941
16 18 124 Drew Pearson, November 29, 1945-June 5, 1953
16 18 125 Pentagon Papers, Administrative File,  July 19-21, 1971
16 18 126 Cong. Claude Pepper, March 23, 1942
16 18 127 Lt. Col. Charles Poletti, Administrative May 3, 1943
16 18 128 Police Killings, Administrative File, May 28-June 4, 1971
16 18 129 The Long Committee:  Possible Testimony, U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary,  Subcommittee on Administrative Practice and Procedure, December 21, 1965-January 10, 1967
16 18 130 Presidential Authority, Administrative File, May 19, 1954


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 18 131 Presidential Message on Crime, Administrative File, March 4-5, 1969
16 18 132 Press Media Campaign Against Director, Information, February 4-June 11, 1970
16 18 133 Admiral William F. Raborn, Administrative File, May 25-July 1, 1966
16 19 134 Admiral Arthur W. Radford, Information, July 28, 1949
16 19 135 Riots-Summer, 1964, Investigative Files, July11-November 20, 1964; 4 folders
16 19 136 Franklin D. Roosevelt, Policy, August 24, 1936-May 29, 1942
16 19 137 Gary Thomas Rowe (informant), Administrative File, December 29, 1965-February 16, 1966
16 19 138 H. L. Scaife, Personal and Confidential, The Metlakahtla Case, n.d.
16 19 139 Frank Sinatra, Association with Hoodlums, February 26, 1947
16 19 140 Special Intelligence Section Coverage Charts, January 26, 1942


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 19 141 M. C. Smith, Head of Special Defense Unit, Information, October 2-3, 1941
16 19 142 Specialized Mail Coverage, Soviet Bloc Countries and Europe, July 2-7, 1971
16 20 143 Adlai Stevenson, Jr.,  December 11, 1948-May 26, 1960; 2 folders
16 20 144 E. A. Tamm, Information, November 3, 1941-January 12, 1944
16 20 145 Technical Surveillance, Policy, June 9, 1952-June 1, 1967
16 20 146 Title VIII Guidelines, Investigative Files, December 7, 1970
16 20 147 Leon Turrou, September 28, 1938
16 20 148 U.S. Attorney's Conference-1950, Administrative File, May 17, 1951
16 20 149 U.S. Foreign Intelligence Activities, Investigative Files, January 20, 1956
16 20 150 Arthur Vandenburg, Jr., June 5, 1948-December 16, 1952


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 20 151 Brig. General Henry Hawkins Vaughan, Information, June 13, 1945-February 15, 1947
16 20 152 Henry A. Wallace, Prominent Person, March 24, 1934-June 5, 1941
16 20 153 Sen. David Walsh frequenting house where homosexuals engaged in espionage activities, Investigative File, May 20-June 27, 1942
16 20 154 War Plans, Administrative File, June 26, 1950
16 20 155 Washington Field Division, Personnel File, September 6, 1941-September 6, 1944
16 21 156 Washington Field Division, Miscellaneous, Congressional-Information File, June 5, 1958-October 29, 1965
16 21 157 Sumner Welles, Under Secretary of State, Investigative File, January 23, 1941-September 14, 1943
16 21 158 White House Correspondence, Information, December 29, 1939-March 9, 1944
16 21 159 White House Employees-Homosexuals, Investigative File, April 17-May 10, 1957
16 21 160 White House Security Survey, July 31-August 13, 1945


FBI
Series 16

Series Box Folder Folder Title
16 21 161 Wendell Wilkie, Policy, July 2, 1940
16 21 162 Walter Winchell, Prominent Person File, March 2, 1942
16 21 163 Wiretapping, Presidential Authority, Policy, May 21, 1940-November 10, 1950
16 21 164 Wiretapping, Use of in FBI, Policy, December 22, 1937-March 28, 1955; 2 folders
16 21 165 White House Security Survey:  Leaks to Press Regarding Hopkins-Stalin Conversations in Moscow, FOIPA Copy, July 31, 1945; 2 folders
16 21 166 White House Security Survey:  Leaks to Press Regarding Hopkins-Stalin Conversations in Moscow, Truman Library copy, July 31, 1945; no redactions