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PAUL, NORMAN STARK Papers. 1964-1967

21 audio tapes

Call No. 168.7095

IRIS Nos. 1024736-1024756

(1919-1978). Lawyer and Government Official. Born 23 March 1919, Stamford, CT. AB, Yale U, 1940; LLB, U of Virginia, 1946. Career assignments include: Lawyer, Bleakley, Platt and Walker, 1946-1948; Deputy Assistant to Administrator, International Security Affairs, German Affairs, Economic Cooperation Administration, 1948-1952; Director of Mutual Security, Program Advisor Middle East and Asia, 1952-1954; Regional Director for Near East Africa and South Asia and Deputy Director, Foreign Operations Administration for Congressional Relations, 1954-1955; Staff Position, Central Intelligence Agency, 1955-1960; Assistant to Secretary of Defense for Legislative Affairs, Department of Defense, 1961-1962; Assistant Secretary of Defense, 1962-1965; Undersecretary of the Air Force, 1965-1967; lawyer, Chapman, Duff and Paul, 1967-1978. Died 30 May 1978, Washington, DC.

Items relating to Paul's position as Assistant Secretary of Defense and Undersecretary of the Air Force. Includes audio tapes of speeches, addresses and discussions with student groups, and civic and military organizations (1964-1976).

Related materials located elsewhere in the Document Collection, Air Force Historical Research Agency, include an interview with Paul, October 1965 (K168.911).