223.8. linear feet.
Arranged in twenty-six series. Series 1: Chronological File (Classified), 1969-1975; Series 2: Geopolitical File (Classified), 1964-1978; Series 3: Cables (Classified), 1972-1976; Series 4: Memoranda of Conversations (Classified), 1968-1977; Series 5: Memoranda to the President (Classified), 1969-1974; Series 6: National Security Council (Classified), 1969-1977; Series 7: Department of State (Classified), 1968-1977; Series 8: Telephone Records (Unclassified), 1969-1976; Series 9: Telephone Records (Classified), 1969-1974; Series 10: Subject File (Classified), 1969-1977; Series 11: Speeches and Writings (Unclassified), 1957-1982; Series 12: Speeches and Writings (Classified), 1973-1982; Series 13: Miscellany (Unclassified), 1968-1976; Series 14: Miscellany (Classified), 1971-1972; Series 15: Top Secret, 1964-1977; Series 16: Sensitive Compartmented Information-Top Secret, 1969-1977; Series 17: Sensitive Compartmented Information-Secret, 1969-1976; Series 18: Sensitive Compartmented Information-Confidential, 1970; Series 19: Restricted Data-Top Secret, 1969-1976; Series 20: Restricted Data-Secret, 1969-1976; Series 21: Restricted Data-Confidential, 1972-1976; Series 22: Formerly Restricted Data-Top Secret, 1970-1976; Series 23: Formerly Restricted Data-Secret, 1971-1976; Series 24: Formerly Restricted Data-Confidential, 1971; Series 25: North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Classified), 1969-1972; and Series 26: Audiotapes (Unclassified), 1974-1975.
Correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, cables, memoranda of conversations, typewritten transcripts of telephone conversations ("telcons"), minutes of meetings, interviews, articles, speeches, reports, agenda and briefing papers, talking points, research and policy papers, notes, biographical material, press releases, printed material, maps, audiotapes, and other papers relating chiefly to Kissinger's service as assistant to the president for national security affairs, 1969-1975, and as secretary of state, 1973-1977, in the administrations of presidents Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford.
Subjects include the Vietnamese conflict, rapprochement with China and a triangular global balance between East and West, reduction of U.S.-Soviet tensions through arms control talks and detente, and the search for peace in the Middle East. Includes papers pertaining to Kissinger's July 1971 trip to China, the strategic arms limitation treaty (SALT), Anatoliĭ Fedorovich Dobrynin, Andrei Andreevich Gromyko, and the October 1973 Middle East war.
U.S. secretary of state and assistant to the president for national security affairs. Full name: Henry Alfred Kissinger.
Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: Container number, Henry A. Kissinger Papers, Part I, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C..
Photocopies of the telcons (1969-1976) produced from originals in the Manuscript Division Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1977.
Part II of the Kissinger Papers is comprised of materials that are owned either by the Library of Congress or Yale University. When they were in Kissinger's possession, the papers formed an integrated collection. To maintain that integrity, as well as increase access to these materials, the two institutions agreed to a joint project undertaken by Yale to arrange, describe, and digitize them. Each institution now holds both paper and digital copies of Part II. Part III of the Kissinger Papers was given to Yale University in 2011. It comprises material originally maintained by Kissinger's staff and primarily documents his post government career.
Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Division.
Collection material in English.
Finding aid available in the Library of Congress Manuscript Reading Room and at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/eadmss.ms016034.