Meals Administration, during World Conflict I and the American Relief Administration 1919-21, later secretary National Research Council and trustee of Brookings Instn; Starr Murphy, who lists himself in Whos Who as the personal counsel and consultant of John D. Rockefeller in his bevenolences; Wickliffe Rose, director of public health, Rockefeller Basis 1913-23; president Peabody Faculty 1892-02, agent Peabody Schooling Fund 1907-15, Rockefeller Sanitary Fee and Southern Academic Board 1909-15, Worldwide Health Board 1913-28, president Basic Schooling Board 1913-28, International Training Board 1923-28, director Crimson Cross and Atlantic Council; A. Barton Hepburn, Supt. Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union since 1962, Planned Parenthood, ACLU, A. Philip Randolph Institute, Sidney Hillman Foundation, AFL-CIO, NAACP, Jewish Labor Committee, American Jewish Committee; Steven Muller, born in Hamburg, naturalized 1949, Rhodes Scholar, pres Johns Hopkins Univ., Center for International Studies, CSX Corp., vice chairman Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond; John L. Siegenthaler, publisher Nashville Tennessean; Richard C. Steadman, partner J.H. Whitney Co.; Jean Kennedy Smith; Donald B. Straus, president American Arbitration Assn., Planned Parenthood, Institute of Advanced Study; Leonard Woodcock, UAW, life member NAACP; Charles J. Zwick, director Bureau of Budget 1965-69, director Johns Manville, Southern Bell Telephone, Rand Corp. Roosa is a founding member. Roosa suggested to Carter that he appoint Volcker as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board. National City Bank 1897-99, president Chase Natl Bank 1899-1922, member Federal Advisory Council, Federal Reserve System, 1918, Director N.Y.
Korean War, while his brother, a director of Schroder Bank, set up the CIA; we find Karl T. Compton, who gave the word to drop the atomic bomb on Japan in 1945 and unleashed the horror of atomic warfare on the entire world (he was additionally trustee of Ford Foundation); we find Lord Franks, key member of the Rhodes Trust, the Schroder Bank; what we don’t find is anyone who has ever engaged in any charitable endeavor. Jessup was a member of the rich Stotesbury household, partners of J.P. Jessup had been assistant to Elihu Root on the Hague Courtroom; he was Herbert Lehmans Asst. Jessup was Chairman of the Pacific Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations, a hotbed of Communist intrigue and espionage. Robert was director Institute of International Education, Carnegie Foundation, American Group on Allied Reparations 1945,Citizens Committee for the Marshall Plan, Institute of Pacific Relations; Frank Stanton, OWI 1942-45, president of CBS for a few years; Robert T. Stevens, chairman of family firm J.T. T, Delmonte, Lockheed, Southern Cal Edison, Pacific Mutual Life Ins.; Frank T. Cary, chairman IBM, director J.P.
HUD her husband is chairman SEC, she is on board of IBM, American Airlines, Trilateral Commission, Woodrow Wilson School, Stanford, & Norton Simon Museum; Lane Kirkland, head of the CIO; Bruce K. McLaury, president of Brookings, was with Federal Reserve Bank of N.Y. Army med. serv. since 1950, Natl Institute of Mental Health, head dept. psychiatry Stanford Univ 1961-72, Harvard research on aggression; Helene L. Kaplan, lawyer with Webster & Sheffield, director Brandeis, Barnard College, Mitre Corp., John F. Guggenheim Fndtn, American Arbitration Assn her husband Mark Kaplan, president Drexel Burnham & Lambert, managed by the Belgian Rothschilds, president Engelhard Chemical, now legal professional Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, director Philbro, Elgin, Grey Advertising, DFS Group Ltd. He joined the State Dept. in 1940, serving until 1944. When Franklin D. Roosevelt requested him to affix the State Dept. team of Alger Hiss, Henry Wallace and Sumner Welles to prepare the United Nations, Shotwell was already Chairman of the Fee to review the Organization of the Peace, which he had arrange in 1939, before the struggle started, just as he had accomplished in 1916 !
House to set up a study group, the Inquiry, with Walter Lippmnann, to study postwar political economic historical and authorized developments, though we weren’t even within the war! He wrote a 150-volume historical past of World Battle I, published by Columbia. President Kennedy for national safety, Carnegie Commission, Paley lecturer Hebrew University, and director of Polaroid (financed by James Paul Warburg), trustee German Marshall Fund, Fulbright scholar London School of Economics, Guggenheim fellow, Ford Foundation fellow; Frederick Mosteller, spec. Carnegie Basis; Herbert Spencer Hadley, as atty gen. of Missouri prosecuted Customary Oil, they then backed him for Governor, he served from 1909-13; Wallace Ok. Harrison, architect Rockefeller Heart and UN Constructing; Theodore Hesburgh, president Notre Dame Univ., Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, Carnegie Foundation, Ford Basis, Rockefeller Bros Fund, Hoover Commission; Ernest M. Hopkins, asst. Tax Court 1957-65, chief counsel House Ways & Means Committee 1953-54, EPA 1973-77, president World Wildlife Fund, director Union Carbide, Trilateral Commission, U.S. 1960 to current, president Morgan Stanley 1976, FOMC 1973-76, chairman of Carnegie Hall; Hedley Donovan, Rhodes Scholar, director of Ford Foundation, Trilateral Commission, senior advisor to President of the U.S. Truman to drop the atomic bomb on Japan, the primary use of this horror weapon, additionally director of Ford Basis, Sloan Kettering Institute, Royal Society of London; John W. Davis, lawyer for Morgan and Rockefeller, Ambassador to Britain 1918-21, Democratic candidate president 1924; John Sloan Dickey, with Dept. State 1940-45, president Dartmouth, served on Presidents Fee on Civil Rights; Harold W. Dodds, president Princeton, was Herbert Hoovers executive secretary U.S. Harriman, director of Texaco, American Express, Owen Corning Fiberglass, director National Bureau of Economic Research, trustee Sloan Kettering Institute, and chairman of Brookings Institution.