Discussions at Washington, New York, and San Francisco on Procedures for a Meeting of the Heads of Government, June 6–24, 1955
134. Letter From the Chairman of the Quantico Vulnerabilities Panel (Rostow) to the President’s Special Assistant (Rockefeller)
Source: Department of State, S/S–NSC Files: Lot 66 D 148. Secret.
Source: Department of State, Central Files, 396.1/6–1255. Secret; Limit Distribution. Repeated to London and Paris.
Source: Department of State, Central Files, 033.62A11/6–1355. Top Secret. Drafted by Merchant.
138. Memorandum From the Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs (Merchant) to the Secretary of State
Source: Eisenhower Library, Dulles Papers, Strictly Confidential. Top Secret; Personal and Private.
Source: Department of State, Central Files, 033.62A11/6–1455. Secret. Drafted by Merchant.
Source: Department of State, Conference Files: Lot 63 D 123, CF 481. Top Secret. Drafted by Bowie. This meeting is also described briefly in Erinnerungen, pp. 461–462.
Source: Eisenhower Library, Dulles Papers, White House Memoranda. Secret-Personal and Private.
Source: Department of State, Conference Files: Lot 63 D 123, CF 486. Confidential. Attached to this letter was a cover sheet which noted that it had been drafted by Bohlen and delivered to Molotov just prior to his meeting with the three Western Foreign Ministers (see PMCG (SF) MC–2, infra ). The Foreign Ministers were at San Francisco for ceremonies of the tenth anniversary of the United Nations.
Source: Department of State, Conference Files: Lot 63 D 123, CF 487. Secret. Drafted by Bohlen on June 21. This conversation took place following Secretary Dulles’ dinner for the Foreign Ministers. Also discussed following dinner were Austria, the Berlin Autobahn situation, disarmament, and a declaration for the U.N. tenth anniversary meeting. Memoranda of these conversations, PMCG (SF) MC–3 through MC–6, are ibid. For Macmillan’s account of the dinner, see Tides of Fortune, pp. 609–610. For a French account of this conversation, see Documents Diplomatiques Français, 1955, Annexes, Tome 1, pp. 223–228.