Martin J. Hillenbrand PapersMartin J. Hillenbrand Papers

Martin J. Hillenbrand Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Martin J. Hillenbrand Papers
Creator: Hillenbrand, Martin Joseph, 1915-2005.
Dates: 1910s-2005
Extent: 39.0 boxes (37.25 linear feet)
Collection Number: RBRL/155/MJH
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: Ambassador Martin J. Hillenbrand served for thirty-five years as a professional United States Foreign Service Officer, including service in Burma, India, Mozambique, Hungary, France, and Germany. He was appointed as the first U.S. Ambassador to Hungary (1967-1969), Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs (1969-1972) and Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany (1972-1976). The collection consists of Hillenbrand's personal papers and provides an overview of his life and career in diplomatic service. The papers also document his academic career at The University of Georgia (1982-1997) and involvement in international diplomatic organizations. Of particular interest are his personal, hand-written journals and notebooks which begin with adolescence and extend through retirement. Included in the collection are published and unpublished articles, drafts, speeches, notes, journals, correspondence, clippings, photographs, artifacts and audiovisual material.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Martin Joseph Hillenbrand was born, August 1, 1915, in Youngstown, Ohio, and grew up in Chicago, Illinois. He graduated from the University of Dayton with a Bachelor of Arts in 1937. He received a Doctorate in Philosophy in 1948 from Columbia University and completed postgraduate work at Harvard in 1950. He received honorary degrees from both the University of Dayton and the University of Maryland.

Ambassador Hillenbrand served thirty-five years as a professional United States Foreign Service Officer, including service in Burma, India, Mozambique, Hungary, France, and Germany. He entered the Foreign Service in 1939 as vice consul in Zürich and also served in Rangoon, Burma. Hillenbrand worked in Bremen, Washington and Paris, rising to Embassy First Secretary in 1952. In 1956, Hillenbrand served as an American political adviser in Berlin. Later he was appointed as the first U.S. Ambassador to Hungary (1967-1969) and Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs (1969-1972). Hillenbrand concluded his diplomatic career serving as Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany from 1972 until his retirement in 1976.

After retiring from diplomatic service, Hillenbrand worked from 1977 to 1982 as the Director General of the Atlantic Institute for International Affairs in Paris. In September 1982, he became the first Dean Rusk Professor of International Relations at The University of Georgia. He also served as the Director of the Center for Global Policy Studies and Co-Director of the Center for East-West Trade Policy (Center for International Trade and Security) at the University. In 1983, Hillenbrand received a Director General’s Cup, an award which recognizes retired Foreign Service officers for distinction in service and continued interest in foreign affairs. Upon his retirement from The University of Georgia in 1997, Hillenbrand completed his memoirs, Fragments of Our Time: Memoirs of a Diplomat. He authored, co-authored and edited four books and more than twenty-five book chapters and articles including: Power and Morals (1949); Zwischen Politik und Ethik (1968); The Future of Berlin (1980); Global Insecurity: A Strategy for Energy and Economic Renewal (1982); Germany In An Era of Transition (1984). In 1997, the Robert Bosch Foundation created the Martin J. Hillenbrand Fellowship at The University of Georgia’s Department of Political Science.

Hillenbrand was married to Faith Stuart (1917-2004). The couple had three children David, John and Ruth. The Hillenbrands resided in Athens, Georgia until his death on February 2, 2005, at the age of 89.

Scope and Content

The papers of Martin J. Hillenbrand document his diplomatic career with the U.S. Foreign Service from 1939 to 1976, his involvement with international diplomatic organizations, and his academic career at the University of Georgia from 1982 to 1997. Several important events highlighted in this collection include: the imprisonment of Cardinal Mindszenty; 1971 Quadripartite Agreements; 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty; SALT I and SALT II; U.S.-Soviet Cultural Exchange Agreement; Agreement of Cooperation on Environmental Affairs between U.S. and Federal Republic of Germany; and the reunification of Germany. The majority of the collection is comprised of Hillenbrand’s writings and research on numerous topics including pre and post-unification German-American Relations, the European Community, the global economy between the 1970s and mid-1990s, arms control and morality in international relations. Biographical materials, early writings and correspondence provide insight into his the personal life from his school age years through retirement. Of particular interest are the forty hand-written, personal journals documenting Hillenbrand’s life from the 1920s to 2004. Included in the collection are published and unpublished articles, drafts, speeches, notes, journals, reports, correspondence, clippings, photographs, artifacts and audiovisual material.

Organization and Arrangement

Dr. Hillenbrand and his assistant, John Thomaston, arranged the papers into series and sub-series prior to donation to the Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies. As much as possible, the original arrangement of the collection, as established by Ambassador Hillenbrand and John Thomaston, has been preserved. The papers are divided into eight series: I. Biographical Material; II. Writings, Speeches and Interviews; III. Personal Correspondence; IV. Supplemental Material; V. References to Hillenbrand archival materials; VI. Photographs; VII. Artifacts; and VIII. Audiovisual Material.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

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Confidential and sensitive materials have been restricted.

Preferred Citation

Martin J. Hillenbrand Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Processing Information

The collection was re-foldered in acid free folders and re-housed in archival boxes during processing. Clippings, telegrams and thermo fax paper have been photocopied onto bond paper. Paperclips, rubber bands and binder clips have been replaced. Photographs, artifacts, and oversize items have been separated from manuscript materials for preservation and storage.

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2008.


Related Materials

Access Points

Ambassadors--United States--20th Century.
Berlin Wall, Berlin, Germany, 1961-1989.
Burma.
Cold War--Diplomatic history.
Dillon, Read & Company.
Diplomatic and consular service, American--Germany.
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969
Germany (West).
Hillenbrand, Martin Joseph, 1915-2005.
Hungary.
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
Kissinger, Henry, 1923-
Mindszenty, József, 1892-1975.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhouse), 1913-1994.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
Nuclear arms control--United States
Photographs.
Quadripartite Agreement on Berlin (1971).
Rusk, Dean, 1909-1994
Strategic Arms Limitations Talks.
United States--Foreign relations--20th century.
United States--Foreign relations--Germany.
United States--Foreign relations--Hungary.
United States. Dept. of State.
University of Georgia.

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Register of the Christopher Temple Emmet, Jr. Papers, 1913-1974, Correspondence, Hoover Institution Archives


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

I. Biographical Material

Extent: 4.0 boxes
Extent: (3.75 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series is organized into three sub-series: A. Biographical Files, B. Memorabilia, and C. Major Organizational Affiliations. The majority of this series is comprised of memorabilia gathered by Hillenbrand throughout his career as a Foreign Service officer and University of Georgia professor.



A. Biographical Files

Extent: 23.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: This sub-series is arranged chronologically and includes certificates, clippings, curriculum vitae, press releases, telegrams, and University of Georgia activity reports and departmental biographies.
Box
OS1[Central News, 1933-1934. U of D News, 1935], 1933-1935
BoxFolder
I.1 2[University of Dayton, Bachelor of Arts], 1937
Box
OS1[Columbia University, Doctor of Philosophy], 1943
BoxFolder
I.1 4[Biographical material], 1960-1964, 1969
Box
OS1Doctor of Letters, University of Dayton, 1963 January 27
OS1Department of State, Superior Service Award, 1960 December 5
BoxFolder
I.1 5[Press release, Hillenbrand named Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs], 1962
Box
OS1[Certificate of Flight], 1970
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I.1 7Biographical material, 1971
Box
OS11971 Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of Dayton, 1971 September 25
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I.1 8Biographical material dates not determined, circa 1972-1976
I.1 9Biographical material [clippings and telegrams], 1972
Box
OS1Certificates: National Civil Service League, Kentucky Colonel, Summit Meeting, 1972
Box
OS2Honorary Board Memeber, Federation of German American Clubs, certificate, 1972 June 23
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I.1 10Biographical material [certificates and clippings], 1973
Box
OS1Doctor of Laws, University of Maryland, 1973 June 3
Box
OS2Certificate of Appointment, ELFERRAT, Embassy Motor Pool, 1973 March 2
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I.1 11Biographical material [clippings], 1974
I.1 12Biographical sketch [and clippings], 1974-2001
I.1 13Biographical material [clippings], 1975
I.1 14Biographical material, 1976
Box
OS1Distinguished Civilian Service, Department of the Army, 1976
Box
OS2Certificate, Das Groskreuz des Verdienstordens der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 1976 October 14
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I.1 15[West German Foreign Minister, Hans Dietrich Genscher remarks at Hillenbrand’s retirement], 1976 October 15
I.1 16Biographical material, 1980s-1990s [certificates and clippings], 1980-1989, 1998
Box
OS1Director General's Cup Certificate, 1983
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I.1 17[University of Georgia Faculty Service Award], 1991
I.1 18Biographical sketches, 1989, 1992
I.1 19Notable U.S. Ambassadors Since 1775, 1997
I.1 20[American Academy of Diplomacy], 1999
I.1 21Biographical sketch [Who’s Who in America], 2003
I.1 22Biographical sketch [The International Who’s Who], 2004
I.1 23Biographical material [Memorial service], 2005 February 21



B. Memorabilia

Extent: 2.75 boxes
Extent: (2.75 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: This sub-series is arranged chronologically and documents the professional activities of Martin J. Hillenbrand. Materials include correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, invitations, notes, and ephemera that illustrate the duties and events that populated his daily life. Several items relate to official state visits of Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy, Henry Kissinger, Lyndon Johnson, Ronald Reagan, Helmut Schmidt, and Gerald Ford. Also included in this sub-series are recruitment materials illustrating the events that brought Dr. Hillenbrand to the University of Georgia in 1982.
BoxFolder
I.1 24[Vice Consul], 1939-1940
I.1 25[Scrapbook] (Folder 1 of 2), 1939-1976
I.1 26[Scrapbook] (Folder 2 of 2), 1939-1976
Box
OS1[Certificates of Appointment, Vice Consul], 1940-1942
BoxFolder
I.1 28Burma Reports [RESTRICTED], 1941-1943
I.1 29Burma Reports [RESTRICTED], 1941- 1942 July 15
I.1 30Burma Reports, includes undated papers, 1942 July 16 – 1943 October 2
Box
OS3Burma map [removed from I.B.1.30]
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I.1 31India Notes, 1942-1943
Box
OS2[Certificates of Appointment], 1943-1972
BoxFolder
I.1 33700th Anniversary Celebration [Gothic Cathedral in Cologne (Koln)], 1948
I.1 34[Memorabilia, programs and tickets], 1955, 1957
I.1 35Memorabilia [Diplomatic passport], 1952 July 10
I.1 36[Travel papers, Berlin], 1956
I.1 37[List of officials], 1958 May 8
I.1 38[Clippings (German)], 1958 August 13
I.1 39Memorabilia, [Dwight D. Eisenhower], 1959
I.1 40[Ceremony of Presentation of Credentials, agenda], circa 1960s
I.1 41Memorabilia [invitations and programs], 1960-1961
I.1 42Memorabilia, 1962
I.1 43Memorabilia, 1963
I.1 44Memorabilia [John F. Kennedy] (Folder 1 of 2), 1963 June
I.1 45Memorabilia [John F. Kennedy] (Folder 2 of 2), 1963 June
I.1 46[Program, New York Philharmonic in Bonn], 1963 November 21
I.1 47[Guestbook. Bonn, Germany], 1963
I.1 48[Amerika Haus Program] [photographs removed], 1964
I.1 49Memorabilia [clippings and programs], 1964
I.1 50Memorabilia, 1965
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OS351[Certificates of Appointment] [oversize], 1965-1966
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I.1 52Memorabilia [clippings and correspondence] [photographs removed], 1966
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I.2 1[USIS Space Exhibit], 1966 February 25
I.2 2Memorabilia, Budapest Assignment [photographs removed], 1966-1967
I.2 3Memorabilia [clippings, programs, Lyndon B. Johnson], 1967
I.2 4Floor plans of various homes (Budapest/Bad Godesburg) [and Paris,] [oversize removed], 1967-1982
Box
mapcaseFloor plans of various homes (Budapest/Bad Godesburg) [and Paris,] [oversize]
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I.2 5Building Report Chief of Mission’s Residence, Budapest [photographs removed], circa 1968
I.2 6Memorabilia [photographs removed], 1968-1970
I.2 7Various itineraries and “plans of the day”, 1958-1993
I.2 8[Richard M. Nixon], 1969 February 24-28
I.2 9[Soviet Policy on Europe Conference], 1970
I.2 10Memorabilia (Folder 1 of 2) [photographs removed], 1971
I.2 11Memorabilia (Folder 2 of 2), 1971
I.2 12[Memorabilia, visit of President Josip Broz Tito], 1971 October 28
I.2 13Memorabilia [photographs removed], 1972
BoxFolder
I.229-31[Clippings - includes German and Russian], 1972
BoxFolder
I.2 14[NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Ministerial Meeting, Bonn, Germany], 1972
I.2 15[Richard M. Nixon trip to Austria, U.S.S.R, Iran and Poland], 1972 May-June
I.2 16[Guestbook. Bonn, Germany], 1972-1975
I.2 17[Inauguration of Richard M. Nixon], 1973 January
I.2 18Memorabilia (Folder 1 of 3), 1973
I.2 19Memorabilia (Folder 2 of 3), 1973
I.2 20Memorabilia (Folder 3 of 3), 1973
I.2 21[Calendar], 1974
I.2 22Memorabilia (Folder 1 of 2), 1974
I.2 23Memorabilia (Folder 2 of 2), 1974
I.2 24[Official visit of Helmut Schmidt, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany to the United States], 1974 December
I.2 25Memorabilia, 1975 [Walter Scheel, President of the FRG], 1975 June
I.2 26[Visit of Gerald R. Ford], 1975 July
I.2 27[Headquarters, United States European Command], 1975 March 27
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I.228[60th Birthday Celebration Guestbook], 1975 August 1
BoxFolder
I.3 1[Visit of Henry A. Kissinger], 1975
I.3 2[Itineraries and invitations], 1975-1976
I.3 3Memorabilia (Folder 1 of 3), 1975-1976
I.3 4Memorabilia (Folder 2 of 3), 1975-1976
I.3 5Memorabilia (Folder 3 of 3), 1975-1976
I.3 6[Farewell speech to Ambassador and Mrs. Hillenbrand, Bonn, Germany], circa 1976
I.3 71976 contact list, Germany, 1976
I.3 8Official visit of His Excellency the Federal Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany [Helmut Schmidt] and Mrs. Schmidt, 1976 July
I.3 9[Memorabilia, Guestbook], 1976-1977
I.3 10[Herbert Leo Palm v. The U.S. Department of State], 1977
I.3 11[Memorabilia, invitation to the North Atlantic Alliance Summit], 1978 May 30
I.3 12[Agendas and clippings], 1984, 1987-1988
I.3 13[Ronald Reagan, Inaugural Ball], 1981 January
I.3 14University of Georgia Memorabilia (Folder 1 of 2), 1981-1983
I.3 15University of Georgia Memorabilia (Folder 2 of 2), 1981-1983
I.3 16[Calendar], 1982
I.3 17[Moving from Paris to Athens, Georgia], 1982
I.3 18Memorabilia after arriving in Georgia, 1982-1985
I.3 19[Visit of Vice President George H. W. Bush], 1983
I.3 20[Hillenbrand's Golden Key National Honor Society Certificate], 1985 November
I.3 21[Calendar], 1986
I.3 22Memorabilia, 1986 [Visit of Helmut Kohl], 1986 October
I.3 23[“Dean Acheson and the Making of U.S. Foreign Policy,”] (2 copies(, 1989 April 6-7
I.3 24[Agendas and clippings], 1990s
I.3 25[NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) after Bosnia Conference], 1996 February
I.3 26[Hillenbrand’s retirement from The University of Georgia], 1997 May 13
I.3 27[Memorabilia], 2000
I.3 28[Center for Strategic & International Studies] [photographs removed], 2004
I.3 29[Memorabilia, agendas, clippings, invitations], undated



C. Major Organizational Affiliations

Extent: 0.75 box
Extent: (.75 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: This sub-series is arranged by organization and chronologically there under. It includes agendas, bylaws, correspondence, financial statements, pamphlets, and meeting files. Six organizations are represented in this sub-series: The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs, Paris, France; International Advisory Associates, New York; The American Academy of Diplomacy, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.; The Southern Center for International Studies, Atlanta, Georgia; The Center for International Trade and Security, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia; and The Robert Bosch Foundation, Stuttgart, Germany.
BoxFolder
I.4 1The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs (Folder 1 of 2), 1977-1994
I.4 2The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs (Folder 2 of 2), 1977-1994
I.4 3The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs, 1979, 1986
I.4 4Project proposal [The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs, “The Soviet Approach to Strategic Doctrine and the Implications for Western Security Policy,”], 1980
I.4 5International Advisory Associates, 1983-1994
I.4 6International Advisory Associates, 1984-1991
I.4 7The American Academy of Diplomacy (Folder 1 of 2), 1983-1984
I.4 8The American Academy of Diplomacy (Folder 2 of 2), 1983-1984
I.4 9The Southern Center for International Studies, 1984-1989
I.4 10[The Southern Center for International Studies], 1988, 1997
I.4 11Center for International Trade and Security, 1995, 2004
I.4 12Center for International Trade and Security, 2004
I.4 13The Robert Bosch Foundation, 1995-2003
I.4 14[Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program], 2000
 

II. Writings, Speeches and Interviews

Extent: 9.0 boxes
Extent: (9 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series consists primarily of writings by Hillenbrand and is organized into 16 sub-series: A. Selective Bibliographies; B. University of Dayton/Columbia University Writings; C. Study Notes; D. General Study Notebooks; E. Thesis/Post-Doctorate Papers; F. Publishers’ Correspondence/Reviews; G. Personal Journals; H. Dillon, Read, and Co./International Advisory Associates Reports; I. Essays; J. Speeches; K. Interviews; L. Book Reviews Written by Hillenbrand; M. Conference Notes; N. Course Files; O. Working Files for Memoirs; P. Books.
Materials in this series include drafts, versions, notes and published writings as well as related correspondence and other materials.



A. Selective Bibliographies

Extent: 3.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: This sub-series is arranged chronologically and contains some duplicates of material found in Series I: Biographical Material. Included are Dr. Hillenbrand’s University of Georgia annual activity reports, curriculum vitae and a comprehensive bibliography.
BoxFolder
II.11[University of Georgia Activity Reports], 1987-1996
II.12[Curriculum vitae], 1983-1984
II.13Reference list of additional works, 2004



B. University of Dayton/Columbia University Writings

Extent: 15.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: Arranged chronologically, this sub-series contains fifteen essays, several incomplete, written by Hillenbrand between 1937 and 1939. During this time Hillenbrand completed his bachelor’s degree at the University of Dayton and began the Masters Program at Columbia University. Many of the files include notes, drafts and related correspondence.
BoxFolder
II.14“The Church and State”, circa 1937
II.15“Ethical Dynamic on War”, 1937 February 15
II.16“Buttons Don’t Tell”, 1937 September 17
II.17[Letter to The American Federationist related to a proposed article], 1937 June 9
II.18[Untitled, incomplete draft essay on the Treaty of Versailles], circa 1938
II.19“A Note on Swedish Cooperatives”, circa 1938
II.110“A Nation of Goats”, circa 1938
II.111“She Preferred the Intellectual Type”, circa 1938
II.112[Untitled essay], circa 1938
II.113“After sixteen Years”, circa 1938
II.114“When Scholars Convene”, circa 1938
II.115“The Philosophy of Political Obligation”, circa 1938
II.116“Democratic Ideas and the Scholastic Tradition”, circa 1938
II.117“American Muddle – How Not to Keep Out of War” [Includes letter], 1938 April 29
II.118“Legal Theory and the Law of Nations – The Last One Hundred Years”, 1939 May 14



C. Study Notes (Columbia University)

Extent: 2.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: This sub-series consists of two undated files of loose-leaf notes, the majority handwritten, on various subjects including European economic history, sociology and folklore.
BoxFolder
II.119[Notes, mixed subjects], circa 1938
II.120[Notes, mixed subjects], circa 1938



D. General Study Notebooks

Extent: 8.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: Arranged chronologically, this sub-series contains seven notebooks and one file of index cards related to various subjects including: the Ruhr; foreign affairs; war; philosophy of history; evil; psychology; and Germany.
BoxFolder
II.121M.J. Hillenbrand [General Subjects Headings: Foreign Affairs; War; Philosophy of History], 1943-1948
II.122M.J. Hillenbrand [Evil; Psychological Truth], circa 1949
II.123German, circa 1949
II.124The Ruhr [study notebook], circa 1950
II.125Germany [study notebook (majority blank)], circa 1950
II.126Other writings [majority blank], 1950
II.127[Index cards], circa 1962
II.128[Unlabeled notebook, with book list], undated



E. Thesis/Post-Doctorate Papers

Extent: 3.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: Two folders containing an outline, a couple of draft pages and the final version of Hillenbrand’s Master’s Thesis, “Moral Sanction in International Law.” One folder containing the paper “The Ruhr in the Post-War World,” submitted by Hillenbrand to the Economics Department, Harvard University, and to the Foreign Service Institute, Department of State, in May 1950.
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II.129Draft pages from master’s thesis [Moral Sanction in International Law], circa 1939
II.130“Moral Sanction in International Law”, circa 1939
II.131“The Ruhr in the Post-War World”, 1950 May



F. Publishers’ Correspondence/Reviews

Extent: 8.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: This sub-series, organized by publication and arranged chronologically there under, contains clippings, correspondence, and financial information. The publications discussed in these files are Power and Morals (1949), Die Zukunft Berlins (1981), The U.S. Congress and the German Bundestag (1990), and Fragments of Our Time (1998).
BoxFolder
II.132[Power and Morals], 1949
II.133[Columbia University Press, financial correspondence related to the sale of Power and Morals], 1949-1950
II.134[Power and Morals], 1949-1952
II.135[Power and Morals], 1950-1951
II.136[Power and Morals], 1951-1952
II.137[Die Zukunft Berlins], 1982
II.138[The U.S. Congress and the German Bundestag: Comparison of Democratic Processes], 1994
II.139[Fragments of Our Time], 1998



G. Personal Journals

Extent: 2.0 boxes
Extent: (2 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: This sub-series is arranged chronologically and consists of forty personal, primarily handwritten, journals that document Hillenbrand’s personal and professional activities from his childhood in the Boy Scouts through retirement. Many of the entries were written spontaneously and illustrate the evolution of his opinions and views developed and changed over time. Between 1942 and 1983, Hillenbrand regularly wrote journal entries related to a variety of topics from his preferences in airplanes to his views on marriage to his ideas about foreign relations. The journals also include notes and drafts for some of the essays listed in sub-series I. After 1983, the journal entries decrease in length and occur less frequently.
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II.140Personal Journal [Boy scouts, Germany and weather], circa 1920s
II.141Personal Journal [Typed. 2 copies], 1940 August 3
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II.2 1[includes original draft of “Burma: A Tragedy of Unpreparedness”], December 1941-May 15, 1942
II.2 2Personal Journal (typed with revised pages integrated), April 22, 1942-June 9, 1942
II.2 3Personal Journal, two versions of “Burma: A Tragedy of Unpreparedness”, May 8, 1942-June 6, 1942
II.2 4[Journal], May 16, 1942- July 25, 1942
II.2 5[Journal], July 26, 1942- October 5, 1942
II.2 6[Journal], October 6, 1942 - March 18, 1943
II.2 7[Journal], March 19, 1943 -December 26, 1943
II.2 8[Journal], December 30, 1943- December 31, 1944
II.2 9Mozambique, 1945
II.2 10[Journal], January 1, 1945- [August 1, 1950]
II.2 11[Journal], August 1, 1952- July 29, 1964
II.2 12[Notebook], 1958-1960
II.2 13[Journal], August 3, 1964-September 30, 1965
II.2 14[Journal], October 2, 1965-December 28, 1966
II.2 15[Journal], December 30, 1966-April 27, 1968
II.2 16[Journal], April 28, 1968-December 12, 1968
II.2 17[Journal], December 14, 1968-July 19, 1970
II.2 18[Journal], July 20, 1970-August 4, 1971
II.2 19[Journal], August 5, 1971-August 29, 1972
II.2 20[Journal], August 30, 1972-June 14, 1973
II.2 21[Journal], June 16, 1973-December 9, 1973
II.2 22[Journal], December 11, 1973- August 15, 1974
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II.3 1[Journal], August 16, 1974-April 1, 1975
II.3 2[Journal], April 3, 1975- September 29, 1975
II.3 3[Journal], September 30, 1975- April 24, 1976
II.3 4[Journal], April 27, 1976- December 14, 1976
II.3 5[Journal], December 16, 1976- September 29, 1977
II.3 6[Journal], October 1, 1977- October 15, 1978
II.3 7[Journal], October 17, 1978- August 31, 1980
II.3 8[Journal], September 1, 1980- May 30, 1983
II.3 9[Journal], June 7, 1983- April 13, 2004
II.3 10[Journal], November 23, 1983- [October 1993]
II.3 11[Writings from two different time periods, undated, September–October 2003
II.3 12[Journal] [not chronological], November 23, 2003, 2003-2004]
II.3 13[Journal] [Mixed dates, not chronological], 2003-2004
II.3 14Personal journal, April 25, 2004- September 18, 2004
II.3 15Personal journal, May 23, 2004- September 28, 2004
II.3 16Various notes, a number of pages appear to be from meetings involving Ambassador Thompson, Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko, others, undated



H. Dillon, Read, and Co./International Advisory Associates Reports

Extent: 4.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: Arranged chronologically, the sub-series contains fifty quarterly reports written between 1978 and 1994 for Dillon, Read, and Co. and International Advisory Associates related various European affairs including relations with the United States, the role of the dollar in Europe, and discussion of various elections and summit meetings.
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II.4 1[Correspondence related to articles for Dillon, Read, and Co.], 1977-1981
II.4 2Reports for Dillon, Read, and Co./International Advisory Associates, 1-50 [Folder 1 of 3], 1978-1994
II.4 3Reports for Dillon, Read, and Co./International Advisory Associates, 1-50 [Folder 2 of 3], 1978-1994
II.4 4Reports for Dillon, Read, and Co./International Advisory Associates, 1-50 [Folder 3 of 3], 1978-1994



I. Essays

Extent: 0.5 box
Extent: (.5 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Thirty-five essays, arranged chronologically, related to a variety of topics including the European Community, post-World War II German-American and Soviet-American relations, nuclear deterrence, international trade and Berlin. Many of these essays were written as chapters in books and can be found in their published form in sub-series P. Books.
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II.4 5Writings by Hillenbrand [Various proposals, outlines and essays], 1970-1990
II.4 6“The Germans Today: Is the Old Nationalism Reviving?”, 1976
II.4 7“European Cultural Pessimism and the Conduct of Affairs” [2 copies], 1977 August
II.4 8“Die USA and Die EG: Spannungen und Moglichkeiten” [4 copies], circa 1978
II.4 9“U.S. Foreign Policy Options with Respect to Hungary: Comments of Martin J. Hillenbrand”, circa 1980s
II.4 10[Notes and clippings for an essay about German-American relations][Include 1997 retirement statement], 1982-1989
II.4 11“Forward” [Written for a transcript of the meeting of four former Secretaries of State, Atlanta], 1983
II.4 12“Is Re-Industrialization Feasible?” [Written as preparation for a speech to investment executives in Kansas City], 1983 October 28
II.4 13“Gap Closing between East, West Germany”, 1984
II.4 14“America and the Alliance” [3 copies and notes], circa 1985
II.4 15“The Two German States: Sing a New Song”, circa 1985
II.4 16“Forward,” to Nuclear Deterrence-Does it Deter?, 1985
II.4 17“U.S. Foreign Policy Objectives and Policy Responses to the European Community over Its Common Agricultural Policy,” [includes correspondence], 1985
II.4 18“U.S.-Soviet Political Interaction”, 1985
II.4 19Proposal for a study of European-American relations [2 drafts], 1985 August
II.4 20“Twenty Years of Berlin History” [Chapter 6, Living with the Wall: West Berlin, 1961-1985], 1985 August
II.4 21“The Soviet Factor in Inner-German and German-American Relations”, 1985 September 30
II.4 22“Strategic Forces and Deterrence”, 1986
II.4 23“Is There Anything Beyond Deterrence?” [Chapter 7, Nuclear Winter, Deterrence and the Prevention of Nuclear War. Includes prospectus. Edited by Peter C. Sederberg], 1986
II.4 24“International Trade and American Necessity”, 1987
II.4 25“The Foreign Service: Ten Years from the Outside”, 1987
II.4 26“Change in Eastern Europe and the USSR: A Role for Georgia?” [by Gary Bertshe and Hillenbrand], circa 1988
II.4 27“Summit: Little Substance, Lots of Glitz”, 1988 May 28
II.4 28“1992 and its Implications” [ITDC Quarterly, Vol. 7], Summer 1989
II.4 29“Afterward”, circa 1990
II.4 30“America’s Role in a European Peace Order”, circa 1990
II.4 31“Managing Strains with COCOM” [Includes outline], circa 1990
II.4 32“The Atlantic Triangle”, circa 1990
II.4 33“Soviet Politics Toward the West, Including Arms Control Issues and Japan”, circa 1990
II.4 34“A Look Ahead”, circa 1991
II.4 35“The European Community: Prospects and Problems”, circa 1991
II.4 36“The U.S. and Europe: An Overview”, 1992
II.4 37“An Assessment of the EC Future” [Includes correspondence], 1993-1994
II.4 38“What the End of the Cold War has Meant for the United States of America” [Includes correspondence], 1999
II.4 39“The Berlin Crisis” [Includes cover letter], 1999 January 9



J. Speeches

Extent: 14.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: Arranged chronologically, this sub-series includes a small sample of twenty-three speeches given by Hillenbrand throughout his career. A majority of the speeches date from the 1980s and include a number of topics such as German-American and Canadian-American relations, East-West relations, morality in international relations and The Strategic Defense Initiative. Of interest are the remarks made by Ambassador Hillenbrand at the Memorial Service for Dean Rusk on 6 February 1995.
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II.4 40[Transcript, given at Miami University, Oxford Ohio, includes correspondence], 1952 February
II.4 41Speeches and other writings [9 speeches/outlines], 1964, 1970, 1972, 1980, 1993
II.4 42[2 speeches], 1966 October 28 and 1967 July 27
II.4 43[Draft, untitled speech on German factor in East/West relations], circa 1982
II.4 44Text of commencement address [Given by Dr. Hillenbrand at the 180th Graduation Exercise of The University of Georgia], 1983 June 11
II.4 45[“40 Years: Triumph of Democracy,” Hyde Park, New York], 1985 May 7
II.4 46The Strategic Defense Initiative: An International Perspective [“The Strategic Defense Initiative: Stabilizing or Destabilizing”], 1987
II.4 47Morality in International Relations, 1987 July 3
II.4 48[Draft, related to Canadian-American relations], circa 1988
II.4 49[Untitled, related to German-American relations], 1989
II.4 50Speech to be made by Professor Martin J. Hillenbrand at Kanazawa, Japan, 1991 August 25
II.4 51Outline of remarks [made by Hillenbrand at MBNA Board Meeting], 1992 July 6
II.4 52Remarks made at the Memorial Service for Dean Rusk, 1995 February 6
II.4 53“Postwar Germany before the Stuttgart Speech of September 6, 1946, of Secretary of State James F. Byrnes”, 1996 November 18



K. Interviews

Extent: 4.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: Arranged chronologically, this sub-series contains seven transcripts, of interviews including Martin Hillenbrand. Of interest are an interview conducted by Shepherd Stone at the Aspen Institute in Berlin in 1983 and a 1988 interview with Francois Duchene related to the Bundestag and the Preamble to the Franco-German Friendship Treaty of 1963. Also included is a transcript of an interview including Dean Rusk, Richard Rusk, Martin J. Hillenbrand, Loch Johnson and Thomas Schoenbaum, which is a duplicate of a transcript found in the Dean Rusk Oral History Collection.
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II.4 54[Interview der woche in Deutschlandfunk mit Martin Hillenbrand], 1976 July 4
II.4 55Prior to October , interview conducted by a Harvard historian for the dedication of the new Kennedy Library and Museum, Boston, 1979
II.4 56[Conducted by Shepherd Stone, Aspen Institute in Berlin, possibly done in conjunction with a conference, includes a copy of Berlin: From Symbol of Confrontation to Keystone of Stability] [Folder 1 of 2], 1983
II.4 57[Conducted by Shepherd Stone, Aspen Institute in Berlin, possibly done in conjunction with a 1983 conference, includes a copy of Berlin: From Symbol of Confrontation to Keystone of Stability] [Folder 2 of 2], 1983
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II.51[Transcripts of interviews including Dean Rusk, Richard Rusk, Martin J. Hillenbrand, Loch Johnson and Thomas Schoenbaum, 1984-1989
II.52[Transcript of interview with Francois Duchene. “The Bundestag and the Preamble to the Franco-German Friendship Treaty of 1963”], 1988 October 6
II.53Interview of Dr. Hillenbrand by Christian Bremen. Subject: The Berlin Crisis, 1991 August 19



L. Book Reviews Written by Hillenbrand

Extent: 7.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: This sub-series consists of correspondence with the authors Marc Catudal, Robert S. Jordan, Marc Trachtenburg, George F. Kennan and Bill Chittick and related book reviews written by Martin Hillenbrand.
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II.54[Correspondence with Marc Catudal related to his publications], 1976
II.55[Review of The Nuclear Delusion Soviet-American Relations in theAtomic Age by George F. Kennan], 1983
II.56[Book reviews], 1983-1990
II.57[Correspondence and writings by Marc Catudal], 1984
II.58[Letter to Robert S. Jordan related to Norstad], 1996
II.59The Berlin Crisis [Manuscript and correspondence with Marc Trachtenburg], 1988
II.510[Bill Chittick’s manuscript with Hillenbrand’s revisions], circa 1999



M. Conference Notes

Extent: 3.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: Arranged chronologically, three files of conference notes from the 1980s include notes from the 40th Anniversary Dinner of the British Branch of the European League for Economic Co-Operation and the 1989 Moscow Conference on the Cuban Missile Crisis.
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II.511Conference Notes, 1982-1985
II.51240th Anniversary Dinner of the British Branch of the European League for Economic Co-Operation, 1987 June
II.513[Moscow Conference on the Cuban Missile Crisis], 1989



N. Course Files (University of Georgia)

Extent: 34.0 folders
Scope and Contents note: Course files include syllabi, lecture notes and course reference materials related to the courses taught by Dr. Hillenbrand during his career at The University of Georgia. The course subjects include international trade, East-West relations, global policy, international monetary affairs, arms control and international law.
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II.514Pol Sci 831 [Seminar in Developed Political Systems], Fall 1986
II.515Developmental Economics [Political Science 827], 1986-1990
II.516The European Community, 1986-1997
II.517[Notes on various topics including INF (Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces) Treaty and American-European relations, circa 1987
II.518U.S. Competitiveness and National Industrial Policies [Political Science 427], 1987-1991
II.519[Notes on the EDC (European Defense Community)], 1987-1992
II.520Pol 856 [Global Security Policy], Fall 1989
II.521Strategies in the Nuclear Age, 1989-1995
II.522Arms Control/International Law, 1989-1996
II.523Energy and Natural Resources, 1989-1997
II.524Pol Sci 831(B) [Seminar in Developed Political Systems], Fall 1990
II.525East-West Relations, 1990-1997
II.526[Various notes related to courses], 1990-1997
II.527Third World, 1991
II.528International Political Economy [Political Science 827], 1991
II.529International Arms Trade [Political Science 827], 1991-1992
II.530Environmental Problems, 1991-1995
II.531International Trade [Political Science 827], 1991-1997
II.532World Politics in Transit [Political Science 827], 1992-1994
II.533Multinational Corporations [Political Science 920], 1992-1997
II.534Pol Sci 427 [Politics of International Economic Relations], 1992- 1997
II.535Japan & Germany: Two Successful Economies, 1992-1997
II.536Course reference material – World Politics in Transition, 1993-1994
II.537International Organizations, circa 1994
II.538Emergence of Post-War Order/Post-War History, Pol 203/213 (H), circa 1994
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II.61Diplomacy, 1994
II.62Pol 427 Where do we go from here in the International Economy, 1994
II.63World Politics in Transition [Political Science 827], 1994-1995
II.64Pol Sci 203 [Introduction to Global Policy Studies] syllabi and exam, 1994-1995
II.65Pol Sci 827 [International Political Economy], 1994, 1997
II.66Pol Sci 213 (H) [Introduction to Global Policy Studies], Fall 1995
II.67Pol Sci 321 (H) [Introduction to Global Policy Studies], Fall 1996
II.68Pol Sci 321 [Introduction to Global Policy Studies], Winter 1996
II.69International Monetary Affairs [Political Science 827], 1997



O. Working Files for Memoirs

Extent: 1.5 boxes
Extent: (1.5 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: The working files contain drafts, notes and proofs for Martin J. Hillenbrand’s memoir, Fragments of Our Time: Memoirs of a Diplomat and Latter-Day Academic, published by The University of Georgia Press in 1998.
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II.610Berlin Crisis [Notes and clippings], 1982
II.611[Notes, research and correspondence], 1982-1994
II.612Notes [and correspondence], 1984-1986
II.613[Notes], 1986-1987
II.614Final Chapter [Notes], 1987
II.615[Notes, prospectus and correspondence], 1995
II.616Fragments of Our Time: Memoirs of a Diplomat and Latter-DayAcademic [draft] [Folder 1 of 2], circa 1997
II.617Fragments of Our Time: Memoirs of a Diplomat and Latter-DayAcademic [draft] [Folder 2 of 2], circa 1997
II.618[Marked draft] [Folder 1 of 2], circa 1997
II.619[Marked draft] [Folder 2 of 2], circa 1997
II.620[Correspondence with The University of Georgia Press], 1998
II.621[Preface, ix-x. proofs], undated
II.622[Chapters I, II, and bibliography draft], undated
II.623[Chapter III, draft], undated
II.624[Chapter III, draft], undated
II.625[Chapter IV, draft], undated
II.626[Chapter V, draft], undated
II.627[Various pages from Chapter V], undated
II.628[Chapter VI, draft], undated
II.629[Chapter VIII, draft and notes], undated
II.630[Chapter IX, draft and notes], undated
II.631[Chapter IX, draft and notes], undated
II.632[Chapter X, draft], undated
II.633[Chapter XI, draft and notes], undated
II.634[Chapter XI, draft], undated
II.635[Chapter XI, draft and notes], undated
II.636[Memoirs drafts and notes] [Folder 1 of 4], undated
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II.71[Memoirs drafts and notes] [Folder 2 of 4], undated
II.72[Memoirs drafts and notes] [Folder 3 of 4], undated
II.73[Memoirs drafts and notes] [Folder 4 of 4], undated
II.74[Drafts of various pages], undated
II.75[Various pages with edits], undated
II.76[Notes and clippings], undated
II.77[Drafts and notes], undated
II.78[Notes on Burma], undated
II.79[Notes on various chapters], undated
II.710[Notebook on various chapters], undated
II.711[Notebook with list of edits], undated
II.712[Various notes and edits] [Folder 1 of 2], undated
II.713[Various notes and edits] [Folder 2 of 2], undated
II.714Notes [Bibliography], undated
II.715[Notes], undated
II.716[Notes], undated



P. Books

Extent: 37.0 volumes
Scope and Contents note: Arranged alphabetically by the author’s last name, this sub-series includes thirty-seven volumes authored, co-authored, or edited by Martin J. Hillenbrand. Topics include the Berlin Crisis, the Quadripartite Agreement (1971), nuclear deterrence, the Berlin Wall, international monetary relations and East-West relations. A complete listing can be found in the folder list located at the Russell Library.
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II.8Ausland, John C. Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Berlin Crisis, 1961-1964. Cambridge: Scandinavian University Press, 1996.
II.8Badger, Daniel and Robert Belgrave. “Oil Supply and Price: What Went Right in 1980?” The Atlantic Papers, no. 47 (1982). [2 copies]
II.8Baring, Arnulf. Machtwechsel: Die Ara Brandt-Scheel. Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 1982.
II.8Basagni, Fabio, ed. “International Monetary Relations After Jamaica” The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs. The Atlantic Papers, 4/1976 (1977).
II.8Belgrave, Robert. “Oil Supply and Price: Future Crisis Management.” The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs. The Atlantic Papers, no. 48 (1982). [5 copies]
II.8Birrenbach, Kurk. Meine Sondermissionen: Rückblick auf zwei Jahrzehnte bundesdeutscher Aussenpolitik. Germany: Econ Verlag, 1984.
II.8Borkowski, Francis T. and Susan A. Macmanus. Visions for the Future: Creating New Institutional Relationships among Academic, Business, Government, and Community. Tampa: University of South Florida Press, 1989.
II.8Burr, William. “Avoiding the Slippery Slope: The Eisenhower Administration and the Berlin Crisis, November 1958-January 1959.” The Journal of the Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations, Vol. 18, no. 2 (Spring 1994).
II.8Catudal, Honore M. Nuclear Deterrence—Does It Deter? Berlin: Berlin Verlag, 1985.
II.8Catudal, Honore M. Kennedy and the Berlin Wall Crisis: A Case Study in U.S. Decision Making. Berlin: Berlin-Verlag, 1980
II.8Catudal, Jr., Honore M. A Balance Sheet of the Quadripartite Agreement on Berlin: Evaluation and Documentation. Berlin: Berlin-Verlag, 1978.
II.8Catudal, Jr., Honore M. The Diplomacy of the Quadripartite Agreement on Berlin: A New Era in East-West Politics. Berlin: Berlin-Verlag, 1978
II.8The Curry Foundation. Confrontation or Negotiation: United States Policy and European Agriculture. Millwood, New York: Associated Faculty Press, 1985.
II.8Dallmeyer, Dorinda G., ed. The Strategic Defense Initiative: New Perspectives on Deterrence. Boulder: Westview Press, 1986.
II.8Eren, Nuri. "Turkey, NATO and Europe: a Deteriorating Relationship?" The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs. The Atlantic Papers, no. 34 (1977).
II.8Festschrift für Freidrich Carl Freiherrn von Oppenheim. Bonn, Germany: Bildungswerk Europaische Politik, 1973.
II.8Fuchs, Stephen. Dreiecksverhältnisse sind immer kompliziert: Kissinger, Bahr and die Ostpolitik. Hamburg: Europaische Verlagsanstalt, 1999.
II.8Goldstein, Walter, ed. Reagan’s Leadership and the Atlantic Alliance: Views from Europe and America Pergamon-Brassey’s International Defense Publishers, Inc., 1986.
II.8Haug, C. James. The Strategic Defense Initiative: An International Perspective. Boulder: Social Science Monographs, 1987.
II.8Hillenbrand, Martin J. “Germany in an Era of Transition.” The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs. The Atlantic Papers, Special Issue (1983). [5 copies]
II.8Hillenbrand, Martin J. ed. Die Zukunft Berlins. Berlin: Ullstein, 1981.
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II.9Hillenbrand, Martin J. Power and Morals. New York: Columbia University Press, 1951. [4 copies]
II.9Hillenbrand, Martin J, ed. The Future of Berlin. Montclair, New Jersey: Allanheld, Osmun & Co. Publishers, Inc., 1980. [2 copies]
II.9Kaiser, Karl, and Hans-Peter Schwarz, eds. America and Western Europe: Problems and Prospects. Lexington, Massachusetts: Lexington Books, 1977.
II.9McGhee, George. At the Creation of a New Germany: From Adenauer to Brandt, An Ambassador’s Account. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989.
II.9Merritt, Richard L. and Anna J. Merritt, eds. Living with The Wall: West Berlin, 1961-1985. Duke University Press, 1985.
II.9Morgan, Roger. The United States and West Germany, 1945-1973: A Study in Alliance Politics. Great Britain: The Eastern Press Ltd., 1974.
II.9Rustow, Alexander, Martin J. Hillenbrand, and Ferdinand A. Hermens. Demokratische Existenz heute Band 16: Zwischen Politik und Ethik. Germany: Westdeutscher Verlag Koln und Opladen, 1968. [4 copies]
II.9Sederberg, Peter C., ed. Nuclear Winter, Deterrence and the Prevention of Nuclear War. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1986.
II.9Sokoloff, Georges and Francoise Lemoine. “China and the U.S.S.R.: Limits to Trade with the West.” The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs. The Atlantic Papers, no. 46 (1982).
II.9Swiridoff, Paul, and Günther Neske. Portraits from German Political Life. Pfullingen, Ger: Neske, 1968.
II.9Thaysen, Uwe, Roger H. Davidson, and Robert Gerald Livingston, eds. The U.S. Congress and the German Bundestag. Boulder: Westview Press, 1990. [2 copies]
II.9Torrens, Ian M. “Changing Structures in the World Oil Market.” The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs. The Atlantic Papers, no. 41 (1980).
II.9Tsuru, Shigeto. “The Mainsprings of Japanese Growth: A Turning Point?” The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs. The Atlantic Papers, 3/1976 (1977). [2 copies]
II.9Warnecke, Steven J. “Uranium, Nonproliferation and Energy Security.” The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs. The Atlantic Papers, no. 37 (1979).
II.9Wessels, Wolfgang, ed. “Europe and the North-South Dialogue.” The Atlantic Institute for International Affairs. The Atlantic Papers, no. 35 (1978). [2 copies]
II.9Yergin, Daniel and Martin Hillenbrand, eds. Global Insecurity: A Strategy for Energy and Economic Renewal. New York: Penguin Books, 1983.
 

III. Personal Correspondence

Extent: 1.0 box
Extent: (.75 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Arranged chronologically, this series contains correspondence in English, German and French with publishers, politicians, writers, ambassadors, political activists, and friends around the world. This series also contains a small amount of correspondence between Martin Hillenbrand and his parents, wife and children. Some of the correspondence is personal, reflecting longstanding friendships with people whom Hillenbrand met in various countries he visited, including ambassadors and their wives, journalists and politicians. Topics discussed in the personal correspondence include World War II, Hillenbrand’s three children, vacations and sightseeing, religion and philosophy, and American and German politics. Where the correspondence was not strictly personal, Hillenbrand often kept carbon copies of the letters he wrote. Regular correspondents over the course of the years include James S. Sutterlin, Walter Annenberg, Coburn Kidd, Frank Cash and Kurt Birrenbach. Numerous congratulatory letters from U.S. Presidents, German Chancellors and several congressmen regarding Hillenbrand’s appointments can be found in this series. Topics discussed in the professional correspondence include the Atlantic College, the Atlantic Institute, diplomatic issues, communism, and American politics and international relations with a special emphasis on Burma, Hungary and Federal Republic of Germany.
A complete chronological listing of correspondence is available at the end of the folder list.
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III.11Correspondence, 1930s
III.12Correspondence, 1940s
III.13Correspondence, 1950s
III.14Correspondence [Folder 1 of 2], 1960s
III.15Correspondence [Folder 2 of 2], 1960s
III.16Correspondence [Folder 1 of 3], 1970s
III.17Correspondence [Folder 2 of 3], 1970s
III.18Correspondence [Folder 3 of 3], 1970s
III.19On Being 65! [Correspondence], July/August 1980
III.110Correspondence [Folder 1 of 2], 1980s
III.111Correspondence [Folder 2 of 2], 1980s
III.112Correspondence [Folder 1 of 3], 1990s
III.113Correspondence [Folder 2 of 3], 1990s
III.114Correspondence [Folder 3 of 3], 1990s
III.115Correspondence, 2000-[2004]
III.116[Correspondence], undated
 

IV. Research Material

Extent: 7.0 boxes
Extent: (7 linear feet)
Scope and Content: The materials in this series are organized into two sub-series: A. Publications and B. Declassified Documents. Topics include the Berlin Question, the 1971 Quadripartite Agreement, modern German and Hungarian political developments, Cardinal Mindszenty, Henry Kissinger, Willy Brandt and Helmut Schmidt.



A. Publications

Extent: 120.0 publications
Scope and Contents note: This sub-series consists of 120 publications in English and German, arranged chronologically by publication date, related to topics such as the 1971 Quadripartite Agreement, German history and development of the modern German political system, Hungary, World War II, the Ruhr area, the history of Burma and its independence, U.S.-Soviet relations, fascism and the U.S. Department of State.
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IV.11Clark, J. Reuben. Memorandum on the Monroe Doctrine. Publication, no. 37. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1930
IV.12Hrdlicka, Ales. The People of the Soviet Union. War background studies, no. 3. Washington, D.C.: The Smithsonian Institute, 1942
IV.13Deigan, H.G. Burma – Gateway to China. Washington, D.C.: The Smithsonian Institute, 1943
IV.14Brecht, Arnold. Federalism and Regionalism in Germany: The Division of Prussia. New York: Oxford University Press, 1945
IV.15Moçambique: Documentario Trimestrial, No. 44, December 1945
IV.16Moçambique: Documentario Trimestrial, No. 44, December 1945
IV.17United States. The Axis in Defeat: A Collection of Documents on American Policy Toward Germany and Japan. [Washington, D.C.]: Department of State, 1945
IV.18Kecskemeti, P., and N. Leites. Some Psychological Hypotheses on Nazi Germany. Washington: Library of Congress, Experimental Division for the Study of War Time Communications, 1945
IV.19Lakebrink, Bernhard. Der lateinische Gendanke und Die Deutsche Subjektivitat. Koln: J.P. Bachem, 1946
IV.110Kogan, Eugen. Der SS-STAAT. Frankfurt/Main: Verlag der Frankfurter Hefte, 1946
IV.111International Conciliation, no. 421, May 1946
IV.112Legislative Reference Services, Library of Congress. Fascism in Action. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1947
IV.113United States. Making the Peace Treaties, 1941-1947: A History of the Making of the Peace Beginning with the Atlantic Charter, the Yalta and Potsdam Conferences, and Culminating in the Drafting of Peace Treaties with Italy, Bulgaria, Hungary, Rumania, and Finland. Department of State publication, 2774. Washington, D.C.: Department of State, 1947
IV.114United States. Occupation of Germany: Policy and Progress, 1945-46. Washington, D.C.: The Department of State, 1947
IV.115Bericht der Handelskammer Bremen uber das jahr 1948. Bremen: [Handelskammer], 1948
IV.116The Berlin Crisis: A Report on the Moscow Discussions. Publication, 3298. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1948
IV.117Koranyi, Karl H., and Myrtle Brickman. The Ruhr Area. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1949
IV.118Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955: U.S. Zone). Political Parties in Western Germany, 1949
IV.119Taylor, Telford. Final Report to Secretary of the Army on the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials under control Council Law No. 10. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1949
IV.120Civil Administration Division, Office of Military Government for Germany (U.S.). Documents on the Creation of the German Federal Constitution, 1949
IV.121Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. 1st Quarterly Report on Germany, September 21, 1949 – December 31, 1949. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1949
IV.122Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. 2nd Quarterly Report on Germany, January 1, 1950 – March 31, 1950. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1950
IV.123Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. 3rd Quarterly Report on Germany, April 1, 1950 – June 30, 1950. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1950
IV.124Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. 4th Quarterly Report on Germany, July 1, 1950 – September 30, 1950. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1950
IV.125Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. 5th Quarterly Report on Germany, October 1, 1950 – December 31, 1950. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1950
IV.126Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. Basic Law and Occupation Statute. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office [2 copies], 1950
IV.127Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. 1950 Berlin Constitution and Electoral Law. Washington, D.C.: United States, undated
IV.128Government Printing Office, 1950. Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. 6th Quarterly Report on Germany, January 1, 1951 – March 31, 1951. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1951
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IV.21Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. 7th Quarterly Report on Germany, April 1, 1951 – June 30, 1951. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1951
IV.22Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. 8th Quarterly Report on Germany, July 1, 1951 – September 30, 1951. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1951
IV.23Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. 9th Quarterly Report on Germany, October 1, 1951 – December 31, 1951. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1951
IV.24Governmental Affairs Institute (U.S.). Research in Occupation Administration, 30 Sept. 1951, 1951
IV.25United States. Documents on German Unity. [Bad Godesberg/Mehlem]: Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, 1951
IV.26United States. Documents on German Unity, Volume II. [Bad Godesberg/Mehlem]: Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, 1952, 1952
IV.27Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. 10th Quarterly Report on Germany, January 1, 1952 – March 31, 1952. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1952
IV.28Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany. Report on Germany, September 21, 1949 – July 31, 1952. Washington, D.C.:United States Government Printing Office, 1952
IV.29Mason, John Brown. German Government and Politics. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 1952
IV.210Plischke, Elmer. The West German Federal Government. [Bonn?]: Historical Division, Office of the Executive Secretary, Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, 1952
IV.211Plischke, Elmer. Berlin Development of Its Government and Administration. [N.p.]: Historical Division, Office of the Executive Secretary, Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany [2 copies], 1952
IV.212Plischke, Elmer. Berlin Development of Its Government and Administration. [N.p.]: Historical Division, Office of the Executive Secretary, Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, 1952
IV.213Plischke, Elmer. Allied High Commission Relations with the West German Government, 1949-1951. Historical Division, Office of the Executive Secretary, Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, 1952
IV.214United States. Documents on German Unity, Volume III. [Bad Godesberg/Mehlem]: Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, 1953
IV.215Plischke, Elmer. The Allied High Commission for Germany. [N.p.]: Historical Division, Office of the Executive Secretary, Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, 1953
IV.216Gillen, J. F. J. State and Local Government in West Germany, 1945-1953, With Special Reference to the U.S. Zone and Bremen. [N.p.]: Historical Division, Office of the Executive Secretary, Office of the U.S. High Commissioner for Germany, 1953
IV.217United States. The American Military Occupation of Germany 1945-1953, by Oliver J. Fredericksen. [Stars and Stripes, Darmstadt, Germany], 1953
IV.218United States. London and Paris Agreements, September-October 1954. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1954
IV.219Protocol on the Termination of the Occupation Regime in the Federal Republic of Germany and Protocol to the North Atlantic Treaty on the Accession of the Federal Republic of Germany: Message from the President of The United States Transmitting the Protocol on the Termination of the Occupation Regime in the Federal Republic of Germany and the Protocol to the North Atlantic Treaty on the Accession of the Federal Republic of Germany. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1954
IV.220Conference of Ministers. Documents Agreed on by the Conference of Ministers Held in Paris, October 20-23,1954; Presented by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs to Parliament. Cmd. 9034. H.M.S.O., 1954
IV.221Four-Power Conference (1954 : Paris). The Termination of the occupation regime in the Federal Republic of Germany: official texts, 1954
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IV.31Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich. The Dethronement of Stalin: Full Text of the Khrushchev Speech. Manchester: Manchester Guardian, [2 copies], 1956
IV.32The Dublin Review. London: Burns & Oates, 1957
IV.33Speier, Hans. Disengagement. Santa Monica, Calif: Rand, 1958
IV.34Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, and Peter Boerner. Mit Goethe durch das Jahr; ein Kalender fur das Jahr 1958. Zürich: Artemis-Verlag, 1957
IV.35Smith, Michael F. The Reconstruction of Germany’s Foreign Policy-Making Machinery. [N.p.]: Department of State, 1959
IV.36Smith, Bruce L. R. The Governance of Berlin. International conciliation, no. 525. [New York]: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1959
IV.37Gablentz, Otto von der. Documents on the Status of Berlin, 1944-1959. Munchen: R. Oldenbourg, 1959
IV.38United States. Background of Heads of Government Conference, 1960: Principal Documents, 1955-1959, with Narrative Summary, 1960
IV.39United States. Events Incident to the Summit Conference. Hearings Before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Eighty-Sixth Congress, Second Session. May 27, June 1,2, 1960. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1960
IV.310In the Heart of Germany in the Twentieth Century: The Zonal Border. Bonn: Federal Ministry for All-German Affairs [Bundesministerium f. gesamtdeutsche Fragen], 1960
IV.311Hermens, Ferdinand Aloys. Ethik, Politik und Macht: Christlicher Realismus und Manichaischer Dualismus. Frankfurt am Main: Athenaum, 1961
IV.312Stearman, William Lloyd. The Soviet Union and the Occupation of Austria: An Analysis of Soviet Policy in Austria, 1945-1955. Bonn: Siegler, 1961
IV.313War Crimes of World War II. Minneapolis: Minnesota Review, 1963
IV.314Hadik, Laszlo. The Berlin Question, 1943-1962: A Historical Summary. Washington, D.C: Institute for Defense Analysis, Economic and Political Studies Division, 1963
IV.315Ausland, John C. and Col. Hugh F. Richardson. “Crisis Management: Berlin, Cyprus, Laos.” Foreign Affairs, January 1966
IV.316Argyris, Chris. Some Causes of Organizational Ineffectiveness Within the Department of State. Occasional papers / Center for international systems research, 2, 1967
IV.317Cahier, Philippe, and Luke T. Lee. Vienna Conventions on Diplomatic and Consular Relations. New York: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1969
IV.318United States. The Soviet Approach to Negotiation; Selected Writings. Washington: U.S. Government. Printing Office, 1969
IV.319Germany (West). Erfurt, March 19, 1970: A Documentation, 1970
IV.320Germany (West). Kassel, May 21, 1970: A Documentation, 1970
IV.321United States. Briefing Materials on the Visit of the Committee on Ways and Means to the European Community and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971
IV.322Michelin: Germany, West Germany, and Berlin. London: Dickens Press, 1971
IV.323Gleumes und Co. The Rhine from Mainz to Duesseldorf, 1971
IV.324Germany. Agreement between the Government of the German Democratic Republic and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany on the Transit Traffic of Civilian Persons and Goods between the Federal Republic of Germany and Berlin (West). Dresden: Verlag Zeit im Bild, 1971
IV.325The Quadripartite Agreement on Berlin of September 3, 1971 [Bonn]: Press and Information Office of the Federal Government, [2 copies], 1971
IV.326The Berlin Settlement: The Quadripartite Agreement on Berlin and the Supplementary Arrangements. [Bonn]: Press and Information Office of the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1972
IV.327Germany (East). Vertrag uber die Grundlagen der Beziehungen zwischen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland und der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik. Bonn: Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung, 1972
IV.328Freemasons. Baumeister einer bruderlichen Welt: Golo Mann: Dokumente einer Ehrung. Hamburg: Bauhutten Verlag, 1972
IV.329Geyer, Dietrich. Sowjetunion. Aussenpolitik 1917-1955. Koln: Bohlau, 1972
IV.330The Marshall Plan and the Future of U.S.-European Relations. New York: German Information Center, 1973
IV.331Nerlich, Uwe. Der amerikanisch-sowjetische Bilateralismus und seine Auswirkung auf die Sicherheit Westeuropas. Arbeitspapiere zur internationalen Politik, 1. Bonn: Forschungsinstitut der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik, 1974
IV.332Thomas, Stephan, and Wolfgang Leonhard. "Die Diskussion": aktuelle Probleme der sowjetischen Innen- und Aussenpolitik in einer veranderten Welt : ein Gespräch zwischen Stephan Thomas und Wolfgang Leonhard : Sendung, Freitag den 6. Dezember 1974, 20.15-21.00 Uhr. [S.l.]: Deutschlandfunk, 1974
IV.333Meissner, Boris. The Soviet Conception of Coexistence and the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe. East-West relations, 11. [The Hague]: East-West Institute, 1975
IV.334United Nations. Charter of the United Nations and Statute of the International Court of Justice. New York, NY: United Nations, Department of Public Information, 1975
IV.335Muhlen, Norbert. Amerikabilder der deutschen Literatur und Deutschlandbilder der amerikanischen Literatur. Düsseldorf: Dt. Fraternitas-Vereinigung für Brüderl. Verständigung [2 copies], 1975
IV.336Nolte, Ernst, and Stephan Thomas. Deutschland und der kalte Krieg: e. Gespräch zwischen Ernst Nolte u. Stephan Thomas ; gesendet im DLF am 13. Juni 1975 in d. Sendereihe "Zur Diskussion." Deutschlandfunk, [18]. Koln: Deutschlandfunk, Presseabt, 1975
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IV.41Dutschke, Rudi, Manfred Wilke, and Reinhard Crusius. Die Sowjetunion, Solschenizyn und die westliche Linke. Reinbek (bei Hamburg): Rowohlt, 1975
IV.42Croan, Melvin. East Germany: The Soviet Connection. A Sage policy paper. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1976
IV.43Brandt, Willy, Helmut Schmidt, and Jürgen Kellermeier. Deutschland 1976: zwei Sozialdemokraten im Gespräch. Rororo, 4008. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, 1976
IV.44Livingston, Robert Gerald. “Germany Steps Up.” Foreign Policy. 76 (22): 114-182, Spring 1976
IV.45Germany (West). An Outline of German History. Bonn: Press and Information Office of the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1977
IV.46Burmeister, Irmgard. Americans and Germans, What We Have in Common: The U.S. Bicentennial in the Fed. Republic of Germany : a Summing-Up. Hamburg: Atlantik-Brücke e.V., 1977
IV.47Kurt Birrenbach zum siebzigsten geburtstag, 1977
IV.48Germany (West). The Federal Republic of Germany, Member of the United Nations: A Documentation. Bonn: Siegler, Verlag für Zeitarchive, 1977
IV.49Wettig, Gerhard. Die Berliner Zugangsproblematik vor dem Vier-Mächte-Abkommen von 1971. Köln: Bundesinstitut für Ostwissenschaftliche und Internationale Studien, 1978
IV.410Martin, Jacques. Les Relations politiques et économiques germano-soviétiques depuis la conférence tripartite de Postdam: 17 juillet au 2 août 1945, jusqu'à l'ostpolitik des chanceliers Brandt : 21 octobre 1969 au 6 mai 1974, et Schmidt : 16 mai 1974 jusqu'en 1979. Thèse 3ème cycle Sociol. politiques, Paris, E.H.E.S.S., 1980, 1979
IV.411Holzman, Franklyn D. 1980. "Are the Soviets Really Outspending the U.S. on Defense?" International Security. 4, no. 4, undated
IV.412French Defense Policy, Circa 1980
IV.413[Articles related to West Germany, photocopies], 1980s
IV.414Merritt, Anna J. Annotated bibliography on postwar Berlin: (preliminary version). Berlin: IIVG, 1981
IV.415Genscher, Hans Dietrich. 1982. "Toward an Overall Western Strategy for Peace, Freedom and Progress". Foreign Affairs. 611: 42-66, undated
IV.416United States. Documents on Germany, 1944-1985. Department of State publication, 9446. [Washington, D.C.?]: U.S. Dept. of State, Office of the Historian, Bureau of Public Affairs, 1985
IV.417United States. Documents on Germany, 1944-1985. Department of State publication, 9446. [Washington, D.C.?]: U.S. Dept. of State, Office of the Historian, Bureau of Public Affairs, 1985
IV.418American Institute for Contemporary German Studies. West Germany, East Germany and the German Question: Five Lectures at the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies. German issues, 1. [Washington, D.C.]: The Institute, Johns Hopkins University, 1986
IV.419Livingston, Robert Gerald. West German Political Parties: CDU, CSU, FDP, SPD, the Greens. German issues, 4. [Washington, D.C.]: American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 1986
IV.420Blight, James G., Joseph S. Nye, and David Welch. The Cuban Missile Crisis Revisited. New York: Council on Foreign Relations, 1987
IV.421Goodpaster, Andrew Jackson, Walter J. Stoessel, Robert Kennedy, John M. Weinstein, and William T. Shinn. U.S. Policy Towards the Soviet Union: A Long-Term Western Perspective, 1987-2000 : Report of the Atlantic Council's Working Group on U.S.-Soviet Policy. Washington, D.C.: Atlantic Council of the United States, 1987
IV.422Kahlenberg, Friedrich P. Starting Toward Freedom: The German Experience 1945-1950: a Retrospective with Documentary Films from the Federal Republic of Germany. Munich: Goethe-Institut, 1987
IV.423Thaysen, Uwe, Roger H. Davidson, and Robert Gerald Livingston US-Kongress und Deutscher Bundestag: Bestandsaufnahmen im Vergleich. Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag [2 copies], 1988
IV.424Kennan, George F. The German Problem: A Personal View. German issues, 6. Washington, D.C.: American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, 1989
IV.425Allan, Richard. Terrorism: Pragmatic International Deterrence and Cooperation. New York: Institute for East-West Security Studies, 1990
IV.426Lepenies, Wolf. Aktuelle Probleme der europäischen Wissenkultur und Wissenschaftspolitik. Stuttgart: Robert-Bosch-Stiftung, 1990
IV.427Maier, Hans. Die vielen Sprachen und die eine Welt. Ein Jahrhundert wird besichtigt. Stuttgart: Robert-Bosch-Stiftung, 1990
IV.428Atlantik-Brücke, and American Assembly. The United States of America and United Germany: Pillars of a Post-Wall World: the Eightieth American Assembly, November 14-17, 1991, Arden House, Harriman, New York. New York: American Assembly, Barnard College, Columbia University, 1991
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IV.51Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. German Democracy on Guard: Confronting Political Extremism, Neo-Nazism, and Xenophobia. Washington (2005 Massachusetts Ave., N.W. Washington 20036): Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 1993
IV.52Anderlik, Heidemarie, and Hans-Martin Hinz. Unabhängigkeitserklärung der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika, 4. Juli 1776 = Declaration of Independence of the United States of America, July 4, 1776. Berlin: Deutsches Historisches Museum, 1994
IV.53Die zukünftige Gestaltung transatlantischer Partnerschaft. Stipendienprogramm zur Förderung von amerikanischen Führungsnachwuchs = The Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program : Veranstaltung zum zehnjährigen Bestehen 1984-1994 : Tenth Anniversary Celebration 1984-1994 : Dokumentation : Documentation. Stuttgart: Robert Bosch Stiftung, 1994
IV.54[Portions of a publication by W.P. Bundy], 1995
IV.55Deutsch-Amerikanische Beziehungen = German-American Relations, 1980-1997. Stuttgart: Robert Bosch Stiftung, 1997
IV.56[Unidentified publication related to German-American relations], undated
IV.57[Chapters II and III from an unidentified publication related to strategic theory and the McNamara Doctrine], undated



B. Declassified Documents

Extent: 2.5 boxes
Extent: (2.5 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: This sub-series contains photocopies of declassified materials relating to foreign policy events experienced by Martin J. Hillenbrand during his time as a Foreign Service Officer. It includes American and German government press releases on specific events, meetings, or speeches; press conference transcripts; summit meeting texts; and copies of memoranda, correspondence, or official background briefing material released by the White House and the State Department. Topics include the Berlin Question, European security, NATO, the Quadripartite Agreement, modern German and Hungarian political developments, Malta, Cardinal Mindszenty, Henry Kissinger, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, Willy Brandt and Helmut Schmidt.
BoxFolder
IV.58Studies in Federalism, 1952 September 15
IV.59[Declassified documents, photocopies, Declassified 1991-1995], 1961-1971
IV.510[Declassified documents, photocopies, Declassified 1988-1991] [Folder 1 of 2], 1961-1978
IV.511[Declassified documents, photocopies, Declassified 1988-1991] [Folder 2 of 2] [RESTRICTED], 1961-1978
IV.512[Declassified documents related to Thompson-Gromyko and Rusk-Dobrynin talks, photocopies, Declassified 1991], 1962
IV.513[Six Berlin Incidents, 1961-1964, by John Ausland, Declassified with excised portions, 1989], 1964
IV.514Crisis Over Berlin, Part I, 1991 [declassified] version, 1966
IV.515Crisis Over Berlin, Part II, 1991 [declassified] version, 1966
IV.516Crisis Over Berlin, Part III, 1991 [declassified] version, 1966
IV.517Crisis Over Berlin, Part IV, 1991 [declassified] version, 1966
IV.518Crisis Over Berlin, Part V, 1991 [declassified] version, 1966
IV.519Crisis Over Berlin, Part VI, 1991 [declassified] version, 1966
IV.520Crisis Over Berlin, Part I, 1987 [declassified] version, 1966
IV.521Crisis Over Berlin, Part II, 1987 [declassified] version, 1966
IV.522Crisis Over Berlin, Part III, 1987 [declassified] version, 1966
IV.523Crisis Over Berlin, Part IV, 1987 [declassified] version, 1966
IV.524Crisis Over Berlin, Part V, 1987 [declassified] version, 1966
IV.525Crisis Over Berlin, Part VI, 1987 [declassified] version, 1966
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IV.61[Declassified documents related to Cardinal Mindszenty, photocopies. Declassified in 1989], 1967
IV.62[Declassified documents related to Cardinal Mindszenty, photocopies. Declassified in 1989], 1967
IV.63NARA for Archives of Ambassador Martin J. Hillenbrand. Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty, Legation of the United States of America Budapest, Hungary, Envelope 1, 1967
IV.64NARA for Archives of Ambassador Martin J. Hillenbrand. Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty, Legation of the United States of America Budapest, Hungary, Envelope 2, 1967
IV.65Hungarian Political Developments [Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1987-1988], 1967-1968
IV.66Meeting of World Communist Parties hosted by Hungary in Budapest [Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1987], 1967-1968
IV.67NARA for Archives of Ambassador Martin J. Hillenbrand. Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty, Legation of the United States of America Budapest, Hungary, Envelope 1, 1968
IV.68NARA for Archives of Ambassador Martin J. Hillenbrand. Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty, Legation of the United States of America Budapest, Hungary, Envelope 2, 1967
IV.69Declassified copies of telegrams, [photocopies. Declassified 1987], 1968-1970
IV.610[Declassified documents, photocopies], 1968-1976
IV.611Telegrams on Budapest [Declassified, photocopies. Declassified 1981], 1968
IV.612[Declassified documents related to Hungarian/Czechoslovakian relations, photocopies. Declassified 1981], 1968
IV.613NARA for Archives of Ambassador Martin J. Hillenbrand. Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty, Legation of the United States of America Budapest, Hungary, 1969
IV.614[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1996] [Folder 1 of 2], 1969-1972
IV.615[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1996] [Folder 2 of 2], 1969-1972
IV.616[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1992] [Folder 1 of 2], 1969
IV.617[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1992] [Folder 2 of 2], 1969
IV.618[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1992], 1970
IV.619[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1992] [Folder 1 of 2], 1971
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IV.71[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1992] [Folder 2 of 2], 1971
IV.72[Declassified documents related to Willy Brandt, photocopies. Declassified 1991-1993], 1971-1972
IV.73Offset Agreement [Department of State Bulletin, photocopies], 1971-1974
IV.74[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1992], 1972
IV.75[Declassified documents related to Yom Kippur War, Henry Kissinger and Soviet Ambassador Falin, photocopies. Declassified 1991], 1972-1975
IV.76[Declassified documents related to 4 Power lunches, United Nations, Schmidt and German politics, photocopies. Declassified 1991], 1972-1975
IV.77Official Documents, Declassified – 1973 [photocopies. Declassified 1991], 1973
IV.78[Declassified documents related to visit of Willy Brandt, photocopies. Declassified 1991], 1973
IV.79[Unclassified documents, photocopies], 1973
IV.710State Dept. – Year of Europe, Nixon/Kissinger [Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1991], 1973-1974
IV.711[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1991], 1973 and 1976
IV.712[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1991-1992], 1974
IV.7131974 active [Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1991], 1974
IV.714State Dept. – Oct. 3 Schmidt Visit [Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1991], 1974-1975
IV.715[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1991], 1975
IV.716[Declassified documents, photocopies. Declassified 1991], 1976
IV.717[Declassified documents related to Kissinger’s visit, photocopies. Declassified 1991], 1976
IV.718[The Quadripartite Berlin Negotiations, 1970-1971, photocopy. Declassified 1988], 1977
IV.719The Quadripartite Berlin Negotiations, 1970-1971 [photocopy. Declassified 1994] [Folder 1 of 5], 1977
IV.720The Quadripartite Berlin Negotiations, 1970-1971 [photocopy. Declassified 1994] [Folder 2 of 5], 1977
IV.721The Quadripartite Berlin Negotiations, 1970-1971 [photocopy. Declassified 1994] [Folder 3 of 5], 1977
IV.722The Quadripartite Berlin Negotiations, 1970-1971 [photocopy. Declassified 1994] [Folder 4 of 5], 1977
IV.723The Quadripartite Berlin Negotiations, 1970-1971 [photocopy. Declassified 1994] [Folder 5 of 5], 1977
IV.724[Bibliography of materials related to Germany], 1982
IV.725[Unclassified, Agreement between the United States of America and The Federal Minister of Defense of the Federal Republic of Germany], 1983
IV.726[Freedom of Information Act correspondence], 1984-1998
IV.727[Freedom of Information Act correspondence], 1990
 

V. References to Hillenbrand archival materials

Extent: 4.0 folders
Scope and Content: This small series contains four files related to the creation of Martin J. Hillenbrand archival collections and related collection and includes correspondence with the Richard B. Russell Library, the Hoover Institute and John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library.
BoxFolder
V.11[Hoover Institute], 1976
V.12[Dean Rusk Oral History Project], 1985
V.13[Correspondence related the Richard B. Russell Library], 1993
V.14[John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library], 1998
 

VI. Photographs

Extent: 8.0 boxes
Extent: (4 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Arranged chronologically, this series consists of black and white and color photographs, negatives and contact sheets depicting the professional events and activities of the Ambassador Hillenbrand. Included in this series are images of Willy Brandt, Henry Kissinger, John F. Kennedy, Helmut Kohl, Konrad Adenauer, Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon, William Rogers, Alexander Haig and others. Of significance are the photographs documenting John F. Kennedy address in Bonn, President Nixon and Leonid Brezhnev signing the Anti-Ballistic Missiles Treaty, the signing of the 1971 Quadripartite Agreement, the signing of U.S.-Soviet Cultural Exchange Agreement, wreath-laying ceremony on the 23rd anniversary of the liberation of Hungary, European Chiefs of Mission meetings and the signing of Agreement of Cooperation on Environmental Affairs between the U.S. and the Federal Republic of Germany. Many of the photographs have been separated from their associated files; this information is recorded on the separation sheet accompanying the photo. A complete listing of photographs is available in the folder list at the Russell Library.
BoxFolder
VI.11Joseph and Marie Hillenbrand (Martin J. Hillenbrand’s parents) wedding portrait, circa 1910s.
Extent: [1 b/w photocopy]
VI.12Boy Scout group photos, Camp Dan Beard, 1928 July and 1929 July.
Extent: [2 (5x7”) b/w ]
Box
OS3St. Michael Central High School, Class of 1934. [oversize], 1934.
Extent: [1 (11x14”) b/w]
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VI.14Staff of American Consulate General, Calcutta, India, 1934.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.15The Casablanca Summit, Chiang Kai-shek, Franklin D. Roosevelt Winston Churchill and Madame Chiang, 1943.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.16General Clay, General Maurice Altoffer, Martin J. Hillenbrand and others, Bremen, 1946.
Extent: [2 (8x10”)b/w]
VI.17Staff in Bremen, 1949.
Extent: [9 (3x4”) b/w]
VI.18Unidentified event, Martin J. Hillenbrand and others, circa 1950s.
Extent: [3 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.19Unidentified group photo, Martin J. Hillenbrand in the 2nd row, circa 1950s.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.110[Faith Hillenbrand?] portrait, circa 1950s.
Extent: [1 (2.5x3”) b/w]
VI.111Martin J. Hillenbrand and an unidentified man aboard an airplane, 1951.
Extent: [1 (3.5x4”) b/w]
VI.112Group photo, Martin J. Hillenbrand is 2nd from left, SRE [?], Paris, 1952.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.113Joseph and Maria Hillenbrand (Martin J. Hillenbrand’s parents), circa 1956.
Extent: [1 (3x5”) b/w]
VI.114West Berlin protest march against Soviet action in Hungary, 1956 November 5.
Extent: [20 (4x6”) b/w ]
VI.115Martin J. Hillenbrand’s family house, 14 Limastrasse, West Berlin, 1956-1958.
Extent: [1 (3x5”) b/w]
VI.116Martin J. Hillenbrand at the opening of a new cafeteria, Berlin, 1957.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.117Unidentified portrait [illegible], transcribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1957 July.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.118Martin J. Hillenbrand, Faith Hillenbrand, and others, unidentified event, circa 1958.
Extent: [2 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.119Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, 1958 November 25.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.120Acting Secretary of State Christian A. Herter meeting with German Foreign Minister Von Brentano, British Foreign Minister Selwyn Lloyd and French Foreign Minister Henri Couve de Murville, 1959 March 31.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.121Martin J. Hillenbrand and Bernard Guflur, Geneva, 1959 June 1.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.122Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, circa 1960s.
Extent: [4 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.123Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, circa 1960s.
Extent: [1 (2.5x2.5”) b/w]
VI.124Martin J. Hillenbrand and an unidentified man, 1960s.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.125Konrad Adenauer portrait cards, 1960s.
Extent: [4 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.126Dean Rusk portrait, inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1960s.
Extent: [1 (8.5x11”) b/w]
VI.127John Archibald Calhoun portrait. American Embassy, Bad Godesberg, 1960s.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.128Unidentified female office worker, 1960s.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w ]
VI.129Martin J. Hillenbrand and others, Hungary, 1960s.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.130Group photo of men, including Martin J. Hillenbrand, looking at photographs, circa 1960s.
Extent: [2 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.131Budapest, Hungary, 1960s.
Extent: [8 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.132Martin J. Hillenbrand with unidentified Task Force, 1960s.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.133Unidentified man and Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1960s.
Extent: [2 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.134Two unidentified men, 1960s.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.135Martin J. Hillenbrand and others, unidentified event, 1960s.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.136Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait used for German ids and AGO, 1960s.
Extent: [2 (2.5x2.5”) b/w, 5 (1x1.5”) b/w, 35 mm negatives]
VI.137Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at Altonaer Museum, 1960s.
Extent: [7 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.138Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, 1960.
Extent: [1 contact sheet b/w]
VI.139Martin J. Hillenbrand and others meeting Adenauer at the airport, 1960s.
Extent: [1 (3x5”) color]
VI.140Martin J. Hillenbrand and unidentified man, 1960 December 5.
Extent: [3 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.141Undersecretary of State George Ball, inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, circa 1961-1966.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.142Chancellor Adenauer’s visit to Washington, D.C., John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy in front row, Dean Rusk in second row, 1961.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) 2 (3x5”) negatives]
VI.143Faith Hillenbrand and other women listening to audio recordings, 1961 November 8.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.144John F. Kennedy, Heinrich Lubke, Walter Scheel, Konrad Adenauer and others, circa 1963.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w ]
VI.145Martin J. Hillenbrand, Mr. & Mrs. George C. McGhee and others, 1963.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.146Group photo, Martin J. Hillenbrand is 4th row center, Chiefs of Mission Conference, Bonn, 1963 October 24-28.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.147Martin J. Hillenbrand speaking at the opening of Frankfurt International. Includes letter, 1963.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.148Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1963.
Extent: [1 (3.5x4.5”) b/w]
VI.149Martin J. Hillenbrand presenting a gift to an unidentified man, 1963.
Extent: [10 b/w]
VI.150John F. Kennedy address, The Rathaus, Bonn. Includes images of Konrad Adenauer and Ludwig Erhardt, 1963.
Extent: [16 b/w]
VI.151John F. Kennedy in front of Martin J. Hillenbrand’s home, Bonn, 1963.
Extent: [3 (5x7”)b/w]
VI.1521964 Presidential Election event, George C. McGhee, Cecilia McGhee, 3 unidentified people and Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1964.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.153Amerika Haus Program, 1964.
Extent: [5 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.154Martin J. Hillenbrand at the dinner for General Jacob Smart [?] on the Godesbury, 1964 August 20.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.155Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1965.
Extent: [1 (3.5x4.5”) b/w]
VI.156Martin J. Hillenbrand speaking at the opening ceremony of the 18th Annual Convention of the Federation of German-American Clubs, Hamburg. Includes letter, 1965.
Extent: [2 (3.5x5.5”) b/w]
VI.157Martin J. Hillenbrand and an unidentified man, 1965.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w ]
VI.158Martin J. Hillenbrand and others, Mainz Reception, 1965 October 4.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.159Group photo, Martin J. Hillenbrand is 2nd from left, visit of Dr. Seaburg [?], Head of AEC, Bonn, 1966.
Extent: [1(8x10”) b/w]
VI.160Martin J. Hillenbrand, Max Mayer and Norman Neureiter, USIS Space Exhibit, 1966 February 25.
Extent: [3(8x10”) b/w]
VI.161Martin J. Hillenbrand speaking, opening address of a conference, Bergneustadt, 1966 April.
Extent: [(7x9”) b/w]
VI.162Martin J. Hillenbrand and others, press seminar, “German-American Partnership within the Framework of US-European Interdependence, 1966 June 21.
Extent: [6 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.163General Holloway and Heinrich Lubke meeting, 1966 July.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.164Martin J. Hillenbrand and unidentified man, Little League Drawing, 1966 July 27.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.165Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, 1967.
Extent: [6 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.166Wilhelmina Lubke portrait, inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1967.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.167Martin J. Hillenbrand and others, opening of the Frankfurt art exhibit, 1967.
Extent: [5 (8x9.5”) b/w]
VI.168Ludwig Erhard, Martin J. Hillenbrand and 2 unidentified men, 1967.
Extent: [1 (9.5x12”) b/w]
VI.169Martin J. Hillenbrand and Geneve Brooks (Faith’s cousin), Bonn, 1967.
Extent: [1 (4x6”) color]
VI.170Group photo, Junior Officer Training, 1967 March.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.171Dinner given by Federal Chancellor Kiesinger for Vice President and Mrs. Humphries, 1967 April 1.
Extent: [1(7x9”) b/w]
BoxFolder
VI.21Fourth of July Party, Bad Godesberg, 1967 July.
Extent: [9 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.22Fourth of July Garden Party, Bad Godesberg, 1967 July.
Extent: [9 (7x9”) b/w]
Box
OS3Martin J. Hillenbrand and Lyndon B. Johnson [oversize], 1967 September 18.
Extent: [1 (11x14”) color]
BoxFolder
VI.24Martin J. Hillenbrand and Lyndon B. Johnson, 1967 September 18.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.25Martin J. Hillenbrand being sworn in as ambassador to Hungary [Folder 1 of 3], 1967 September 26.
Extent: [26 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.26Martin J. Hillenbrand being sworn in as ambassador to Hungary [Folder 2 of 3], 1967 September 26.
Extent: [26 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.27Martin J. Hillenbrand being sworn in as ambassador to Hungary [Folder 3 of 3], 1967 September 26.
Extent: [26 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.28Martin J. Hillenbrand and others, reception in office after presentation of credentials ceremony, 1967 October 30.
Extent: [1 (5x8”) b/w]
VI.29Award ceremony for Budapest embassy staff, 1967 December.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.210Award ceremony for Budapest embassy staff, 1967 December.
Extent: [18 (3.5x5”) b/w]
VI.211Chief of Missions residence, Budapest, circa 1968.
Extent: [5 (5x7”) color]
VI.212Interior and exterior of American Embassy, Budapest, circa 1968.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.213Martin J. Hillenbrand and J. C. Kakar, 1968.
Extent: [1 (3.5x4”) b/w]
VI.214Martin J. Hillenbrand at Foreign Minister’s Reception, Budapest, 1968.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.215Martin J. Hillenbrand at National C[?] Register Exhibit, Budapest, 1968.
Extent: [2 (3.5x5”) b/w]
VI.216Martin J. Hillenbrand at reception on Hungarian National Day in House of Parliament, 1968.
Extent: [2 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.217Martin J. Hillenbrand at President Losonczi’s New Year reception, 1968 January 2.
Extent: [4 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.218Martin J. Hillenbrand at wreath-laying ceremony on the 23rd anniversary of the liberation of Hungary, 1968 April.
Extent: [16 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.219Martin J. Hillenbrand at wreath-laying ceremony on the 23rd anniversary of the liberation of Hungary [Folder 1 of 3], 1968 April.
Extent: [33 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.220Martin J. Hillenbrand at wreath-laying ceremony on the 23rd anniversary of the liberation of Hungary [Folder 2 of 3], 1968 April.
Extent: [33 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.221Martin J. Hillenbrand at wreath-laying ceremony on the 23rd anniversary of the liberation of Hungary [Folder 3 of 3], 1968 April.
Extent: [33 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.222Martin J. Hillenbrand at wreath-laying ceremony at American military cemetery, Budapest, 1968 April 2.
Extent: [2 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.223Martin J. Hillenbrand’s visit to Lenin Steelworks, 1968 May.
Extent: [15 (5x8”) b/w ]
VI.224Martin J. Hillenbrand at HUNGEXPO opening ceremony, 1968 May 17-27.
Extent: [2 (5x7”) b/w, 1 (4.5x7”) b/w, 6 (3.5x5”) b/w]
VI.225Apollo 8 Earth view card, signed by James Lovell, 1968 December 24.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) color]
VI.226Martin J. Hillenbrand, Faith Hillenbrand, Mr. & Mrs. George C. McGhee, Mr. & Mrs. Mark Elyn and other, circa 1969.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.227Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at a party, circa 1969.
Extent: [10 b/w]
VI.228Gaston Thorn portrait, inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, circa 1969.
Extent: [1 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.229Professor Hojo [?] Holborn, Bonn, circa 1969.
Extent: [1 (5.5x7.5”) b/w]
VI.230Martin J. Hillenbrand, Jacob Beam and others, 1969.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.231New Year’s Eve reception, 1969 January 2.
Extent: [3 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.232Marie Hillenbrand, Cardinal Mindszenty and Martin J. Hillenbrand, Budapest, 1969 February 18.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.233Martin J. Hillenbrand and William Rogers, Swearing in as Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, 1969 February 20.
Extent: [6 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.234Martin J. Hillenbrand and William Rogers, Swearing in as Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, 1969 February 20.
Extent: [6 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.235Ruth Quinet [?], Martin J. Hillenbrand and William Rogers, Swearing in as Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, 1969 February 20.
Extent: [6 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.236Ruth Quinet, Martin J. Hillenbrand and William Rogers, Swearing in as Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, 1969 February 20.
Extent: [6 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.237Ruth Quinet, Martin J. Hillenbrand and William Rogers, Swearing in as Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, 1969 February 20.
Extent: [6 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.238Martin J. Hillenbrand and William Rogers, Swearing in as Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, 1969 February 20.
Extent: [4 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.239Martin J. Hillenbrand, Swearing in as Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, 1969 February 20.
Extent: [6 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.240Martin J. Hillenbrand, Swearing in as Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, 1969 February 20.
Extent: [6 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.241Martin J. Hillenbrand and others, signing of Canadian-US Agreement on Niagara Falls Diversion, 1969 March 21.
Extent: [9 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.242Ambassador Jones, Martin J. Hillenbrand and Mr. Wortzel, Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy, 1969 June 6.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w ]
VI.243Martin J. Hillenbrand and Dr. Frederico Bigi, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs of San Marino, 1969 June 13.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.244President Nixon’s trip to Romania to meet President Ceausescu. NATO photo, 1969 August.
Extent: [5 (7x10”) b/w]
VI.245European Chiefs of Mission meeting, Rome, 1969 November 10-12.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w ]
BoxFolder
VI.31USS Nomotz with the Minister of Defense, circa 1970s.
Extent: [1 (4x6.5) b/w]
VI.32Martin J. Hillenbrand portraits, circa 1970s.
Extent: [3 (8x10”) b/w, 3 (7x10”) b/w, 3 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.33Group photo, Martin J. Hillenbrand and Sir Nicholas Henderson front row on right, circa 1970s.
Extent: [1 (6x8”) b/w]
VI.34Mildred Scheel portrait, signed, 1970s.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.35Martin J. Hillenbrand at an unidentified meeting, 1970s.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.36Martin J. Hillenbrand and an unidentified man, 1970s.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.37National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Group Achievement Award, Helios Team, 1970s.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
Box
OS3Martin J. Hillenbrand, Faith Hillenbrand and Nelson Rockefeller. [oversize], 1970s.
Extent: [2 (11x14”) color ]
OS3Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait [oversize], 1970s.
Extent: [1 (11x14”) b/w]
BoxFolder
VI.310Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, 1970s.
Extent: [4 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.311Faith Hillenbrand portrait, 1970s.
Extent: [3 (2.5x2.5) b/w]
VI.312Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, signed, 1970s.
Extent: [2 (4x6”) b/w, 1 (4x4.5”) b/w]
VI.313Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, 1970s.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.314Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, 1970s.
Extent: [4 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.315Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at dinner, Godesberg, 1970s.
Extent: [1 (3.5x5”) color]
VI.316Martin J. Hillenbrand and an unidentified Army General, 1970s.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.317Friedrichstrasse, Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin, 1970s.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.318Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, 1970s.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
BoxFolder
VI.91Harold Wilson inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1970 January.
Extent: [1 (8x9”) b/w]
BoxFolder
VI.320Martin J. Hillenbrand, John E. Kelly, Ambassador Jones and Professor Andrew Gyorgy, National War College. Includes letter, 1970 January 30.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.321Martin J. Hillenbrand and Anatoly Dobrynin, reception at Soviet Embassy, Washington, D.C., 1970 February.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.322Martin J. Hillenbrand and Ambassador Lunkov, signing of US-Soviet Cultural Exchange Agreement, 1970 February 10.
Extent: [9 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.323Martin J. Hillenbrand, Length of Service Award presentation, 1970 March 12.
Extent: [5 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.324Elbert Mathews, Martin J. Hillenbrand and Jordan T. Rogers Foreign Service Institute, Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy, 1970 April 16.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.325Martin J. Hillenbrand and others disembarking from the Presidential Jet, returning from a NATO meeting in Rome, 1970 May 31.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.326Martin J. Hillenbrand and students, “Visiting Young Scholars who spent week in EUR”, 1970 June 12.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.327President Kekkonen of Finland and Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1970 July 24.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.328Group photo, Chiefs of Mission meeting, The Hague. Walter Amenburg and Martin J. Hillenbrand Letter included, 1970 September 16-17
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
BoxFolder
VI.92Richard Nixon, Martin J. Hillenbrand, Henry Kissinger and others Naples, 1970 September 30.
Extent: [1 (10x14”) color]
BoxFolder
VI.330Martin J. Hillenbrand and Consul General, Bermuda, circa 1971.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.331Martin J. Hillenbrand and unidentified men during Willy Brandt's visit, Washington, D.C. Includes letter, 1971.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.332Ambassador’s residence, Berlin, Germany, 1971.
Extent: [4 (8x10”) color]
VI.333EUR Awards Ceremony held in Assistant Secretary Martin J. Hillenbrand’s office, 1971 January 6.
Extent: [8 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.334Elbert Mathews, Martin J. Hillenbrand and an unidentified man Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy, 1971 February 16.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.335Martin J. Hillenbrand and Franco Malfatti, 1971 April.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.336Rabat Labor Attaché Conference Participants, 1971 April 19-23.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.337Haus Concert, Walther Caspar with Karajan, 1971 April 25.
Extent: [1 (4.5x7”) b/w]
VI.338Farewell party for Bob McKisson, 1971 June.
Extent: [1 (3.5x5”) color]
VI.339Martin J. Hillenbrand and Willy Brandt, circa 1972-1975.
Extent: [2 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.340Stressman family, Berlin, 1972 or 1973.
Extent: [1(3x5”) b/w]
VI.341Martin J. Hillenbrand and Minister Cash with a group of Marines, circa 1972.
Extent: [1(7x9”) b/w]
VI.342Martin J. Hillenbrand, American Embassy, Bad Godesberg, circa 1972.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.343Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, circa 1972.
Extent: [4 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.344The American Chamber of Commerce in Germany plaque listing US Representatives, circa 1972.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.345Martin J. Hillenbrand and others with Laura Schaefer Bexley, Miss America, 1972.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.346William Rogers portrait, inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1972.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) color]
VI.347Anniversary of Dresdner Bank, Berlin, 1972.
Extent: [1 (4x6”) color]
VI.348Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at an unidentified event, Bonn, 1972.
Extent: [1 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.349Martin J. Hillenbrand, Faith Hillenbrand and others at the 1972 Marine Ball, 1972.
Extent: [13 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.350Martin J. Hillenbrand presenting credentials, Bonn, 1972.
Extent: [7 (3x4”) color]
VI.351Faith Hillenbrand portraits, Bonn, 1972.
Extent: [5 (5.5x7.5”) b/w, 1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.352NATO Council on Pre-Summit, Brussels, 1972 May 25.
Extent: [1 (6.5x9.5) b/w]
Box
OS3President Nixon and Leonid Brezhnev signing the Anti-Ballistic Missiles Treaty. [oversize], 1972 May 26.
Extent: [1 (19x24”) color]
OS3President Nixon and Leonid Brezhnev at the signing the Anti-Ballistic Missiles Treaty. [oversize], 1972 May 26.
Extent: [1 (14x14”) color]
BoxFolder
VI.355Signing of the Quadripartite Agreement, 1972 June.
Extent: [3 (8x10”) color, 4 (7x9”) color, 9 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.356Signing of the Quadripartite Agreement, 1972 June.
Extent: [11 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.357Martin J. Hillenbrand sworn in as Ambassador to Germany, 1972 June 5.
Extent: [4 (8x10”) b/w, 1 (8x8”) color]
VI.358Martin J. Hillenbrand sworn in as Ambassador to Germany, 1972 June 5.
Extent: [10 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.359Undersecretary of State John Irwin portrait, inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1972 June 22.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.360Martin J. Hillenbrand and Jean Sauvagnargues, 1972 July 14.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
Box
OS3Martin J. Hillenbrand and David Klein, Berlin [oversize], 1972 September.
Extent: [2 (11x14”) b/w]
BoxFolder
VI.362Martin J. Hillenbrand appearance in Stgt. [Stuttgart], 1972 October 6.
Extent: [3 (5x7”) b/w ]
VI.363Martin J. Hillenbrand presenting the Apollo 17 lunar sample to President Gustav Heinemann, 1972 October 22.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.364Faith Hillenbrand and girl scouts, 1972 November.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.365Martin J. Hillenbrand and Frank Cash, inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, Bonn, circa 1973.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.366Paris Air Show 1973, USA. Photo album, 1973.
Extent: [19 (7x9.5”) b/w]
VI.367Martin J. Hillenbrand, Faith Hillenbrand, John Hillenbrand, and Mr. & Mrs. Willy Brandt, 200 Years of American Art Exhibit, 1973.
Extent: [16 (7x9”) b/w]
BoxFolder
VI.41Martin J. Hillenbrand presenting an award to John Chapman, High school award day, 1973 May.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.42Martin J. Hillenbrand and Faith Hillenbrand at an unidentified event, Wirtschaftsbeirat, Munchen, 1973.
Extent: [10 (3.5x5.5”) b/w]
VI.43Martin J. Hillenbrand and Faith Hillenbrand in Luebeck, 1973.
Extent: [3 (3.5x3.5”) color]
VI.44Leonid Kostandov, Martin J. Hillenbrand, Konstantine Brekhow, Consul General Harlan and Gus Coont, 1973.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.45Martin J. Hillenbrand’s visit to the Frankfurt Chapter of the Association of the US Army, 1973 February 23.
Extent: [9 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.46White House dinner for Willy Brandt, 1973 May 1.
Extent: [1 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.47Martin J. Hillenbrand with men from Dow Chemical, 1973 May 17.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) color ]
VI.4835 Year Award Ceremony for Agriculture Attaché George Parks, 1973 June.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.49Martin J. Hillenbrand with a group of Texas Baptists, 1973 June.
Extent: [4 (3.5x5) b/w]
VI.410Martin J. Hillenbrand at Max-Planck-Institut fur Kernphysik, 1973 June 11.
Extent: [6 (5x7”) b/w, 1 (7x9”) b/w ]
VI.411Award ceremony for Al Brainard, 1973 June 10.
Extent: [5 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.412Martin J. Hillenbrand and Girl Scouts, 1973 October.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.413Martin J. Hillenbrand, Lt. General Vogel, Dr. Jordan, Frank Cash and Lt. General Limberg, 1973 October 18.
Extent: [2 (3.5x4.5”) b/w]
VI.414Sergeant John Domingo, Sergeant “Andy” Anderson, GySgt Don Lohmeier, Martin J. Hillenbrand, Sergeant Bob Abney, Sergeant Steve Brewer, Sergeant Frank Cresswell, Sergeant Jerral Owens, Sergeant “J” Wren, Sergeant Phil Deland and Sergeant Tony Ellis, 1973 October 24.
Extent: [4 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.415Martin J. Hillenbrand receiving Honorary Board Member of Federation of German-American Clubs, 1973 October 26.
Extent: [6 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.416Marine Banquet, 1973 November 10.
Extent: [6 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.417Joseph Sisco, Dr. Paul Frank and Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1973 November 12.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.418Joseph Sisco briefing, 1973 December.
Extent: [2 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.419Martin J. Hillenbrand delivering an award of decoration to a German officer, circa 1974.
Extent: [7 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.420Martin J. Hillenbrand, Faith Hillenbrand and others at an unidentified event, circa 1974.
Extent: [1 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.421Martin J. Hillenbrand at the Frankfurt Book Fair, 1974.
Extent: [1 (4x5”) b/w]
VI.422Martin J. Hillenbrand presiding over a rodeo in Frankfurt, 1974.
Extent: [1 (3x5”) b/w]
VI.423Martin J. Hillenbrand at Steuben Scharz Ball, 1974. Includes letter, 1974.
Extent: [1 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.424Martin J. Hillenbrand and Heinrich Boll, 1974 January.
Extent: [1 (8.5x10.5) b/w ]
VI.425Exhibit opening in Beethovenhalle, Bonn, 1974 January 8.
Extent: [22 (4.5x5.5”) b/w ]
VI.426John Richardson, Jr. and Dr. Hans Arnold signing notes amending the 1962 German-American Educational Exchanges Agreement, 1974 January 11.
Extent: [2 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.427Consul General party, Frankfurt, 1974 February.
Extent: [2 (3.5x3.5) color]
VI.428Farewell reception for Hans-Georg Wieck, 1974 February.
Extent: [(5x7”) b/w]
VI.429Martin J. Hillenbrand’s visit to the 1st Armored Division’s 2nd Brigade, 1974 February.
Extent: [3 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.430Martin J. Hillenbrand speaking, 1974 February.
Extent: [2 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.431Martin J. Hillenbrand and General Clay T. Buckingham, 1974 February 14.
Extent: [3 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.432Signing of Agreement of Cooperation on Environmental Affairs between US and Federal Republic of Germany, 1974 March 9.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.433Meeting of Principle Officers, Bonn, 1974 March 11-12.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.434Martin J. Hillenbrand and Miss Black America, 1974 March 21.
Extent: [2 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.435Martin J. Hillenbrand at Soviet exhibit, Dusseldorf, 1974 April.
Extent: [19 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.436Martin J. Hillenbrand with returnee Senior Civil Servants, 1974 April 4.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.437Martin J. Hillenbrand speaking, Industrie-und Handelskammer Kassel, 1974 April 15.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w, 1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.438Martin J. Hillenbrand signing the Environmental Agreement, 1974 May 9.
Extent: [5 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.439Martin J. Hillenbrand and A.K. Barakat, Kuwait, 1974 December.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.440Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at an unidentified event, accompanied by a brochure for The Frankfurt International School, circa 1975.
Extent: [5 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.441Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at an unidentified event related to American/German industry, Germany, circa 1975.
Extent: [1(7x9.5”) b/w, 7 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.442Martin J. Hillenbrand and Sajjad Hyder [?], Ambassador of Pakistan, circa 1975.
Extent: [1 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.443Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, circa 1975.
Extent: [5 (2.5x2.5”) b/w, 5 (2x3”) b/w, 5 (1.5x2”) b/w]
VI.444Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, circa 1975.
Extent: [9 (4x5”) b/w]
VI.445Martin J. Hillenbrand and an unidentified group of men, circa 1975.
Extent: [3 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.446Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at an unidentified event, circa 1975.
Extent: [3 (4x5”) b/w]
VI.447Martin J. Hillenbrand and the Ambassador of Belgium, circa 1975.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.448Martin J. Hillenbrand, Heinz Mohr and others, Verein Berliner Kaufleute und Industrieller, circa 1975.
Extent: [6 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.449Martin J. Hillenbrand and 2 unidentified men, circa 1975.
Extent: [2 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.450Martin J. Hillenbrand at an industrial sales convention, circa 1975.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w ]
VI.451Martin J. Hillenbrand and Willy Brandt, circa 1975.
Extent: [1 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.452Martin J. Hillenbrand, Walter Scheel and the USAREUR Commander, circa 1975.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.453UCSB Chamber Singers, circa 1975.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.454Martin J. Hillenbrand and Wilhelmina Lubke, Fourth of July reception at US Ambassador’s residence, circa 1975 July 4.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.455Martin J. Hillenbrand speaking, circa 1975.
Extent: [1 (9x12”) b/w]
VI.456Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, circa 1975.
Extent: [3 (2.5x2.5”) b/w]
VI.457Martin J. Hillenbrand tour of NCR, circa 1975.
Extent: [6 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.458Martin J. Hillenbrand at the Air Show at Le Bourget, 1975.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.459Meeting of the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany, 1975.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
BoxFolder
VI.51US Pavilion at the Paris Air Show. Photo album, 1975.
Extent: [18 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.52Martin J. Hillenbrand, Congressman Diggs and an unidentified Congressman, Spring 1975.
Extent: [3 (8x10”) b/w]
BoxFolder
VI.93Martin J. Hillenbrand, Henry Kissinger and others, 1975.
Extent: [1 (10x12”) b/w]
BoxFolder
VI.54Martin J. Hillenbrand and Ambassador Toon, Koln-Bonn Airport, 1975.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.55The Japanese Ambassador, Bill Schott, the wife of the Japanese Ambassador, Martin J. Hillenbrand and Faith Hillenbrand, Emperor Hirohito’s Birthday Party, Bonn, 1975.
Extent: [1 (7x9.5”) b/w, 1 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.56Faith Hillenbrand portrait, 1975.
Extent: [2 (2.5x3.5”) b/w]
VI.57Faith Hillenbrand and Louise Hiltzmann [?], Bonn, 1975.
Extent: [2 (3.5x3.5”) color]
VI.58Green Week in Berlin, 1975 January 24.
Extent: [3 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.59Martin J. Hillenbrand and others, reception by President Sibley of Boston University. Hamburg, Germany, 1975 February 11.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.510Henry Kissinger, Helmut Schmidt, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, Robert Anderson and Martin J. Hillenbrand (in the background), Bonn, 1975 February 16.
Extent: [2 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.511Dr. Herbert Grunewald, Mrs. Grunewald, Mrs. Hennemyer, Martin J. Hillenbrand and Robert T. Hennemyer, visit to Leverkusen, 1975 February 20.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.512Meeting with German labor leaders, 1975 March.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.513Martin J. Hillenbrand at the University of Koln, 1975 April 4.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.514Martin J. Hillenbrand at the EMBA Mink Fashion Show, 1975 April 25.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.515Martin J. Hillenbrand speaking at a conference at Tutzing, 1975 May 2-4.
Extent: [2 (3.5x5”)]
VI.516Martin J. Hillenbrand and Faith Hillenbrand at a dinner launching G-A Friendship Week, Munich, 1975 May 3.
Extent: [1 (3.5x5”) color]
VI.517General Blanchard, Martin J. Hillenbrand, Minister President Goppel and C. G. Spivack, launch of G-A Friendship Week, Munich, 1975 May 3.
Extent: [1 (3.5x5”) color]
VI.518Martin J. Hillenbrand and students, visit of Neshamini Langhorne High School Choir, Pennsylvania, 1975 May 7.
Extent: [2 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.519Martin J. Hillenbrand, Dr. Siegfried Mann, LaBerge and Mrs. Woht, 1975 May 30.
Extent: [3 (3.5x4”) color]
VI.520Martin J. Hillenbrand, Duke Johnston and an unidentified man at the Paris Air Show, 1975 June 1.
Extent: [1 color Polaroid]
VI.521Paul Frank, Dietrich Genscher, Walter Scheel, Gerald Ford, Henry Kissinger, Martin J. Hillenbrand and 2 unidentified men, Washington D.C., 1975 June 16.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.522Federal Republic of Germany event, Chicago, 1975 June 18.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.523Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at an unidentified event promoting American goods, Bonn, 1975 July.
Extent: [6 (6.5x8.5”) b/w]
VI.524Faith Hillenbrand and Princess Helga zu Lowenstein, Fourth of July reception at US Ambassador’s residence, Bonn, circa 1975.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.525Fourth of July reception at US Ambassador’s residence, Bonn [Folder 1 of 6], circa 1975 July.
Extent: [64 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.526Fourth of July reception at US Ambassador’s residence, Bonn [Folder 2 of 6], circa 1975 July.
Extent: [64 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.527Fourth of July reception at US Ambassador’s residence, Bonn [Folder 3 of 6], circa 1975 July.
Extent: [64 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.528Fourth of July reception at US Ambassador’s residence, Bonn [Folder 4 of 6], circa 1975 July.
Extent: [64 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.529Fourth of July reception at US Ambassador’s residence, Bonn [Folder 5 of 6], circa 1975 July.
Extent: [64 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.530Fourth of July reception at US Ambassador’s residence, Bonn [Folder 6 of 6], circa 1975 July.
Extent: [64 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.531Martin J. Hillenbrand at the airport during Kissinger’s departure, 1975 July.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.532Martin J. Hillenbrand at the Budeswehr Ball, Stuttgart, 1975 September 4.
Extent: [2 (4x6”) b/w]
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VI.94Alexander Haig and Martin J. Hillenbrand, inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1975 September 19.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) color]
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VI.534Principle Officers meeting, Berlin, 1975 October 21-22.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w, 1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.535Simon-Felipe, Jackson, Martin J. Hillenbrand and Beckworth, 1975 November.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.536Martin J. Hillenbrand, Berliner Kindl Braueri, Treffpunkt Ratskeller, 1975 November 21.
Extent: [14 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.537Martin J. Hillenbrand speaking, Berliner Morgenpost, Berliner Kindl Braueri, Treffpunkt Ratskeller, 1975 November 25.
Extent: [12 (7x9”) b/w]
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VI.61Martin J. Hillenbrand’s visit to Friedrich Krupp. Photo album, 1975 December 5.
Extent: [27 (5x7”) b/w, 1 (5x7”) color]
VI.62Colonel George D. Van Huss, Jr. and Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1975 December 17.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.63Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait [photographs stuck together], circa 1976.
Extent: [12 (4x5”) color]
VI.64Martin J. Hillenbrand and Jacques Leprette [?]. Warolin of Paris, circa 1976.
Extent: [1 (5x5”) b/w]
VI.65Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait [photographs stuck together], circa 1976.
Extent: [15 (2.5x3.5”) color]
VI.66Martin J. Hillenbrand at George Baker exhibit, 1976.
Extent: [5 color]
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VI.95Martin J. Hillenbrand at Alexander Haig’s home, Belgium, 1976.
Extent: [(8x10”) color]
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VI.68Martin J. Hillenbrand at United States of America bicentennial event, 1976.
Extent: [6 (7x9.5”) b/w]
VI.69Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, 1976.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) color]
VI.610Martin J. Hillenbrand and Faith Hillenbrand at a fashion show reception, 1976.
Extent: [2 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.611Faith Hillenbrand at AWAG Board Meeting, Bonn, 1976.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.612Martin J. Hillenbrand’s retirement ceremony, Berlin, 1976.
Extent: [2 (5x7”) color]
VI.613Vice President Nelson Rockefeller visits Bonn, Germany, 1976.
Extent: [14 (5x7”) b/w, 8 (5x7”) color]
VI.614Gabriele Henkel and Martin J. Hillenbrand. Includes note, 1976.
Extent: [(4x6”) color]
VI.615Martin J. Hillenbrand and Grune Woche [?], 1976 January.
Extent: [2 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.616Eichholz Conference, 1976 February 18-19.
Extent: [13 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.617Martin J. Hillenbrand’s visit to Siemens plant, Berlin. Includes letter, 1976 March 26.
Extent: [11 (3x5”) b/w]
VI.618Frankfurt Chamber of Commerce exhibit opening, 1976 April 1.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.619Bremer Tabak-Kollegiums. Includes letter, 1976 April 6.
Extent: [6 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.620Visit of the Deputy of Defense Ellsworth, 1976 April 17.
Extent: [3 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.621Martin J. Hillenbrand, Lord Mayor Vey and others, Opening of American Month, bicentennial, 1976 May 2.
Extent: [12 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.622Nelson A. Rockefeller, Walter Scheel, Annemarie Renger, Helmut Schmidt and Helmut Kohl, United States of America bicentennial, Frankfurt, 1976 May 15.
Extent: [10 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.623Henry Kissinger’s arrival at Bonn Airport, 1976 May 23.
Extent: [6 (7x9”) b/w ]
VI.624Fourth of July reception at the home of Martin J. Hillenbrand [Folder 1 of 3], 1976 July.
Extent: [45 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.625Fourth of July reception at the home of Martin J. Hillenbrand [Folder 2 of 3], 1976 July.
Extent: [45 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.626Fourth of July reception at the home of Martin J. Hillenbrand [Folder 3 of 3], 1976 July.
Extent: [45 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.627Martin J. Hillenbrand and Faith Hillenbrand at a Fourth of July reception, 1976 July.
Extent: [1 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.628Fourth of July reception at the home of Martin J. Hillenbrand. Bad Godesberg [Folder 1 of 3], 1976 July 4.
Extent: [31 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.629Fourth of July reception at the home of Martin J. Hillenbrand. Bad Godesberg [Folder 2 of 3], 1976 July 4.
Extent: [31 (7x9”) b/w]
BoxFolder
VI.71Fourth of July reception at the home of Martin J. Hillenbrand. Bad Godesberg [Folder 3 of 3], 1976 July 4.
Extent: [31 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.72Martin J. Hillenbrand, Walter Sickert, Faith Hillenbrand, Klaus Schutz, Heidi Schutz and Gunther Rosinus at an Egyptian exhibit opening, 1976 September 3.
Extent: [11 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.73Zur Erinnerg an die Eroffnung der Austellung FAR WEST Indianer und Siedler im Amerikanischen Westen, Photo album, 1976 September 21.
Extent: [21 b/w]
VI.74Heads of the Diplomatic Missions, Bonn. Photo album, 1976 October.
Extent: [32 b/w ]
VI.75Walter Scheel portrait, inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1976 October.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.76Helmut Schmidt portrait, inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1976 October 8.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.77Walter Scheel and Martin J. Hillenbrand with the American flight crew and pilots, 1976 October 9.
Extent: [1 contact sheet b/w]
VI.78Martin J. Hillenbrand’s farewell visit to Federal President Walter Scheel and Paul Frank, 1976 October 14.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.79Marian Ward, Wilshire, England, 1977.
Extent: [1 (3.5x3.5”) b/w]
VI.710Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at an unidentified event, 1977 December 23.
Extent: [15 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.711Tenth Trilateral Commission Plenary Meeting, Tokyo. Includes letter, 1979.
Extent: [4 (3x4”) b/w, 1 (3x4.5”) color]
VI.712Martin J. Hillenbrand, Dr. Peter Schimy, Professor Dr. G. Mensch, 1979 May 28.
Extent: [4 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.713Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, circa 1980s.
Extent: [9 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.714Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, circa 1980s.
Extent: [5 (2.5x3’) color]
VI.715Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, circa 1980s.
Extent: [2 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.716Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at Checkpoint Charlie, 1980s.
Extent: [2 (4x6”) color ]
VI.717Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at an unidentified event, Paris, 1980s.
Extent: [2 (7x9”) color]
VI.718Group photo, Martin J. Hillenbrand 2nd row center, Salzburg, circa 1980s.
Extent: [7 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.719Group photo, University of Dayton, Class of 1937 Reunion, circa 1980s.
Extent: [1 (4x6”) color]
VI.720Martin J. Hillenbrand and 2 others, Koln, 1980. Includes 1975 clipping about Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1980.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.721Karl Carstens portrait, signed, 1981 July.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.722Martin J. Hillenbrand and others at the Cockrail [?] Institute, 1982.
Extent: [4 (7x9”) b/w]
VI.723Wolfgang portrait, inscribed to Martin J. Hillenbrand and Faith Hillenbrand, 1982 February.
Extent: [1 (4x6”) b/w, 1 (5x7”) color]
VI.724Martin J. Hillenbrand, John Loudon and others, Atlantic Institute Board Meeting [2 photographs stuck together], 1982 March.
Extent: [8 (7x10”) color]
VI.725Hosenfeld, Germany, 1984.
Extent: [2 (3.5x3.5”) color]
VI.726Southern Center Secretaries of State Conference, 1987 November.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.727Unidentified man, Martin J. Hillenbrand and Werner Holzer, 1989 Spring.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) color]
VI.728Group photo, Martin J. Hillenbrand back row, 1990s.
Extent: [2 (5x7”) b/w ]
VI.729Martin J. Hillenbrand in Berlin, circa 1990.
Extent: [6 (4x6”) color]
VI.730Martin J. Hillenbrand and unidentified men, 1990s.
Extent: [2 (4x6”) color, 1 (3x5”) color]
VI.731Martin J. Hillenbrand speaking at an unidentified event, 1990s.
Extent: [1 (3x5”) b/w]
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VI.81Gary Bertsch and Steve Ellioth, 1990.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) b/w]
VI.82Martin J. Hillenbrand and Gary Bertsch, 1990.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) color ]
VI.83Martin J. Hillenbrand and President Goncz, 1991.
Extent: [2 (4x6”) color ]
VI.84Mercedes-Benz trip to Germany. Photo album, 1993.
Extent: [14 (5x7”) color]
VI.85Luncheon in honor of Dr. Gerhard Liener, Daimler-Benz AG. Martin J. Hillenbrand and unidentified others. Southern Center, 1993 May 18.
Extent: [3 (4x6”) b/w]
VI.86Martin J. Hillenbrand at Armstrong State College, 1993 October 29.
Extent: [2 (4x6”) color]
VI.87Southern Center for International Studies 14th Annual Foreign Policy Conference, 1997 February.
Extent: [2 (5x7”) color]
VI.88Martin J. Hillenbrand portrait, circa 1998.
Extent: [1 (5x7”) color ]
VI.89Martin J. Hillenbrand receiving an award, American Academy of Diplomacy, 1999.
Extent: [10 (5x7”) color]
VI.810Martin J. Hillenbrand, John Stark and Gary Bertsch, circa 2004.
Extent: [4 (4x6”) color]
VI.811La Pieta by Michelangelo, undated.
Extent: [1 (8x10”) b/w]
VI.812Martin J. Hillenbrand meeting with Klaus Schutz, 1971 September 3
VI.812National Security Council Meeting, White House Cabinet Room, 1971 December 1
VI.812Signing of Azores Ban Agreement with Portugal, Brussels, Belgium, 1971 December 9
VI.812Chiefs of Mission Conference, 1971 December
VI.812Martin J. Hillenbrand and Bill Witt, National War College, 1972 January 5
VI.813Martin J. Hillenbrand at first Dutch Treat Luncheon, 1972 February 28
VI.813Martin J. Hillenbrand at opening of Soviet Arts and Crafts Exhibit, 1972 March 10
VI.813Martin J. Hillenbrand and unidentified associates at the Fourteenth Senior Seminar in Foreign Policy, 1972 April
VI.813Martin J. Hillenbrand and unidentified associates arriving at unidentified airport, 1972 May 6
VI.813Signing of Berlin Final Protocol, Berlin, Germany, 1972 June 3
VI.814Martin J. Hillenbrand swearing-in as U.S. Ambassador to Germany, 1972 June 5
VI.814Martin J. Hillenbrand meeting unidentified man, 1972 June 12
VI.815Martin J. Hillenbrand meeting with German staff, 1972 June 13
VI.815Martin J. Hillenbrand arriving at the Koln [Cologne] Bonn Airport, 1972 June 23
VI.815Presentation of Credentials to Martin Hillenbrand, Bonn, Germany, 1972 June 27
VI.815Martin J. Hillenbrand broadcasting on radio and television after arrival in Bonn, Germany, 1972 June
VI.816Martin J. Hillenbrand attending outdoor event with staff and unidentified dignitaries, 1972 July 4
VI.817Farewell recognition of Martin J. Hillenbrand by Bureau of European Affairs, 1972 July 7
VI.817Martin J. Hillenbrand meeting Adonit Manouan, French Ambassador to the Ivory Coast, 1972 July 8
VI.817Admiral Elmo Zumwalt visit, 1972 July 10
VI.817Martin J. Hillenbrand visit to Berlin, Germany, 1972 July 31
VI.818Martin J. Hillenbrand meeting with Constant Schuurmans, circa 1972
VI.818Martin J. Hillenbrand meeting with Josef Huber, circa 1972
VI.818President Richard Nixon in Germany, circa 1972
VI.818Conference of the U.S. Secretaries of Defense at the Southern Center for International Studies, circa 1987 October
 

VII. Artifacts

Extent: 5.0 boxes
Extent: (5 linear feet)
Scope and Content: This series includes plaques, picture frames, Boy Scout patches and medals, various pins and buttons, honorary keys, medallions and academic regalia. Of interest are: Hillenbrand’s Eagle Scout ring used to stamp the SALT I Treaty; a special degree of the Grand Cross state decoration of the Federal Republic of Germany; Dayton University awards of excellence; and a Department of State Superior Service medallion.
Box
VII.1Welcome to Canton, Ohio, Martin J. Hillenbrand, 1969 April 23
VII.1U.S. Command, Berlin, circa 1976
VII.1National Defense Transportation Association, 13th Annual European International Conference, 1976 April 20-23
VII.1Phi Beta Delta Faculty Award, 1989
VII.1Defense College, Unitatem Alentes, undated
VII.1Recognition of 38 Years of Service and Dedication to the Government of the United States by Department of State, 1976, December 30
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VII.2Fifth Annual Distinguished Alumnus Award, 1971
VII.2University of Dayton, Award of Excellence in Religion, undated
VII.2University of Dayton, Award of Excellence in History, undated
VII.2University of Dayton, Award of Excellence in [?], undated
VII.2Two blue and gold picture frames with Federal Republic of Germany eagle emblem, undated
VII.2Blue and gold picture frame with American eagle emblem, undated
Box
VII.3Bundesverdienstkreuz, Special degree of the Grand Cross, State decoration of the Federal Republic of Germany, awarded October 14, 1976 by Federal President Walter Scheel, 1976 October 14
VII.3Boy Scout patches, circa 1928
VII.3Boy Scout whistle, circa 1928
VII.3Match book, President’s House, undated
VII.3Match book, Camp David, undated
VII.3Medallion, Distinguished Civilian Service, undated
VII.3Various cards, identifications and licenses, 1952-1980
VII.3Medallion, Department of State Superior Service, undated
VII.3Pins, tie tacks, clips, honorary keys, undated
VII.3Commemorative silver plate, 1976
VII.3Medal, National War College, 1976
VII.3Pan Am eye shade, undated
VII.3Eagle Scout ring used to stamp SALT I Treaty, undated
VII.3Eagle Scout medallion and pins, undated
VII.3Pins, AUSA Winter Ball, 1973
VII.3Key, City of Miami, undated
VII.3Reichsbanknote, undated
VII.3Virginia Treasury Note, undated
Box
VII.4Blue bag, “President Nixon’s Visit to Austria, U.S.S.R., Iran, Poland. May-June 1972”, May-June 1972
VII.42 Chief of Mission flags, undated
VII.4Nylon American flag, undated
Box
VII.52 sets of academic regalia
VII.5Boy Scout sash and neckerchief