John Marsh/Richard Cheney Files

In 1975, Dick Cheney was Chief of Staff for President Gerald Ford. Some correspondence between his office and the Rockefeller Commission are part of the JFK Collection. These files are a sampling of the documents in that collection.

  1.NO TITLE, SUBJECTS: ROCKEFELLER COMMISSION; CONSPIRACY THEORIES, CASTRO; ANTI-CASTRO ACTIVITIES; CIA
  2.NO TITLE, SUBJECTS: FORD, GERALD R.; WARREN COMMISSION; ANTI-CASTRO ACTIVITIES; WARREN COMMISSION, INFORMATION WITHHELD FROM; CONSPIRACY THEORIES, CASTRO
  3.NO TITLE, SUBJECTS: OSWALD, LEE, RUSSIAN PERIOD; OSWALD, MARGUERITE; LAW ENFORCEMENT, MAIL INTERCEPTIONS; OSWALD, MARINA; CIA; WARREN COMMISSION, INFORMATION WITHHELD FROM
  4.NO TITLE, SUBJECTS: CHURCH COMMITTEE; OSWALD, LEE, PRE-RUSSIAN PERIOD, COURT-MARTIAL; DOCUMENT REQUEST, CHURCH COM.; OSWALD, LEE, PRE-RUSSIAN PERIOD, FINANCES; BOOK, THEY'VE KILLED THE PRESIDENT; ANSON, ROBERT; POWELL, JAMES W.; DOD
  5.NO TITLE, SUBJECTS: ASSASSINATIONS, FOREIGN LEADERS; CHURCH COMMITTEE; SCHWEIKER, RICHARD; NIXON, RICHARD; CIA; DOCUMENT REQUEST, CHURCH COM.; ANTI-CASTRO ACTIVITIES; CASTRO, FIDEL, PUBLIC STATEMENTS; CONSPIRACY THEORIES, CASTRO; CLANDESTINE OPERATIONS; TELEVISION, FACE THE
  6.NO TITLE, SUBJECTS: CHURCH COMMITTEE; ASSASSINATIONS, FOREIGN LEADERS; DOCUMENT REQUEST, CHURCH COM.
  7.AMLASH OPERATION
  8.CHURCH COMMITTEE'S "WARREN COMMISSION" REPORT
  9.CIA MATTERS
  10.DRAFT ASSASSINATION REPORT OF THE SENATE SELECT COM. ON INTELLIGENCE
  11.KENNEDY ASSASSINATION: UP-051
  12.LEE HARVEY OSWALD LETTERS
  13.MEETING WITH DAVID W. BELIN, APRIL 15, 1975
  14.MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD
  15.NOTES ON ROCKEFELLER REPORT
  16.REPORT ON CIA ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE U.S.
  17.SSC DRAFT REPORT ON ASSASSINATION
  18.SUMMARY OF FACTS, INVEST. CIA INVOLVE IN PLANS TO ASSASS ... LEADERS
  19.THE CIA
  20.THE FBI
  21.WARREN DATA INQUIRY: PANEL TO QUIZ FBI ON OSWALD

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