Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953-1961)

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VICE PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY:

Richard Nixon
Richard Nixon
Mamie Eisenhower
Mamie Eisenhower

OVERVIEW:

Dwight EisenhowerWhite House
The Miller Center (UVA)
American National Biography
American Presidents: Life Portraits (C-SPAN)
Eisenhower: PBS
Obituary (New York Times)

THE FIRST LADY:

National First Ladies’ Library
White House
White House Historical Association
First Ladies (C-SPAN)
Obituary (Associated Press)

RESOURCES/ PAPERS:

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Online Documents (Eisenhower Library)
Public Papers (American Presidency Project)
Speech Archives (Eisenhower Library, Miller Center)
Oral Histories (Eisenhower Library)
Presidential Recordings (Miller Center)
National Archives
Papers ($) (Johns Hopkins University Press)

1952 ELECTION:

Adlai Stevenson
Adlai Stevenson

Results
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1956 ELECTION:

Adlai Stevenson
Adlai Stevenson

Results
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INAUGURATIONS:

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1953 Address (Transcript, Video)
1957 Address (Transcript, Video, Washington Post)
Eisenhower Library Documents (1953, 1957)
Library of Congress (1953, 1957)
Joint Congressional Committee (1953, 1957)

SUPREME COURT NOMINEES:

Earl Warren
Earl Warren

Potter Stewart (1959)
Charles Whittaker (1957)
William Brennan, Jr. (1957)
John Harlan (1955)
Earl Warren (1954)

CABINET/ STAFF:

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Vice President:
Richard Nixon (1953–1961)

Chief of Staff:
Sherman Adams (1953–1958)

Press Secretary: 
James Hagerty (1953–1961)

Secretary of Agriculture:
Ezra Taft Benson (1953–1961)

Budget Director:
Maurice H. Stans (1958-1961)
Percival F. Brundage (1956-1958)
Rowland R. Hughes (1954-1956)
Joseph M. Dodge (1953-1954)

Director of Central Intelligence:
Allen W. Dulles (1953–1961)
Walter B. Smith (1950–1953)

Secretary of Commerce:
Frederick H. Mueller (1959–1961)
Lewis Strauss (1958–1959)
Sinclair Weeks (1953–1958)

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff:
Lyman Lemnitzer (1960-1962)
Nathan F. Twining (1957-1960)
Arthur W. Radford (1953-1957)
Omar Bradley (1949-1953)

Secretary of Defense:
Thomas S. Gates Jr. (1959–1961)
Neil H. McElroy (1957–1959)
Charles E. Wilson (1953–1957)

Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Arthur Flemming (1958–1961)
Marion B. Folsom (1955–1958)
Oveta Culp Hobby (1953–1955)

Attorney General:
William P. Rogers (1957–1961)
Herbert Brownell, Jr. (1953–1957)

Secretary of the Interior:
Frederick A. Seaton (1956–1961)
Douglas J. McKay (1953–1956)

Secretary of Labor:
James P. Mitchell (1953–1961)
Martin P. Durkin (1953)

National Security Adviser:
Gordon Gray (1958–1961)
Robert Cutler (1957–1958)
William H. Jackson (1956–1957)
Dillon Anderson (1955–1956)
Robert Cutler (1953–1955)

Postmaster General:
Arthur E. Summerfield (1953–1961)

Secretary of State:
Christian A. Herter (1959–1961)
John Foster Dulles (1953–1959)

Secretary of the Treasury:
Robert B. Anderson (1957–1961)
George M. Humphrey (1953–1957)

United Nations Ambassador:
James J. Wadsworth (1960-1961)
Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. (1953-1960)

Chairman of the Federal Reserve:
William M. Martin (1951-1970)

CONGRESS:

Speaker of the House:
Joseph W. Martin, Jr.  (1953-1955)
Samuel T. Rayburn (1955-1962)

Senate Majority Leader:
Robert A. Taft (1953)
William F. Knowland (1953-1955)
Lyndon B. Johnson (1955-1961)

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