REGAN, DONALD T.:  Files, 1985-1987 – REAGAN LIBRARY COLLECTIONS

 

This collection has been reviewed by the Reagan Library staff and it is available for research.  You may access this collection in our research room.  There is no need to file a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for any of the contents of this collection.

 

REGAN, DONALD T.:  Files, 1985-1987

 

Office of the Chief of Staff: Chief of Staff, 1985-1987.

 

In late 1984, Donald Regan, the Secretary of the Treasury, and James Baker, the White House Chief of Staff, agreed to switch jobs. President Reagan consented to the exchange in a January 1985 meeting with them, and Regan began work as Reagan’s White House Chief of Staff on February 2, 1985.

 

Regan was born near Boston in 1918, and grew up in the area’s Irish-American neighborhoods. His family withstood the loss of his father’s full-time police job – he was fired for participating in the 1919 Boston police strike – and the death of Regan’s 12-year-old older brother from peritonitis. In his last year of parochial school, Regan passed the entrance exam at nearby Harvard University and won a partial scholarship to Harvard. He graduated in 1940, fourth in his class, with a degree in English. He also earned a scholarship to Harvard Law School. With war approaching, Regan left law school after a month for training at the Marine Corps’ Officer Candidates School in Quantico, Virginia. He earned a regular commission in the Marines, served in Iceland in 1941-42, got married during a short visit home, then fought in the South Pacific for the remainder of World War II. After Regan was discharged from active duty in 1946, he decided to pursue a business career instead of returning to law school. With little actual background in business, he chose a position with the brokerage firm of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fischer, and Beane largely because the company had a training school for new employees. Regan’s abilities as a stockbroker soon caught the attention of Merrill Lynch’s leaders. He became a general partner in 1954, an executive vice president in 1964, President of Merrill Lynch in 1968, and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer effective January 1, 1971.

 

In December 1980, Regan agreed to serve as Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration. After President Reagan took office the following month, Regan took the lead in getting the Administration’s proposed tax cuts through Congress. In Reagan’s Cabinet Council system, Regan ran the Cabinet Council on Economic Affairs, which advised the President on domestic and international economic policies. He served as a chief Administration spokesman on tax and economic issues, and was a strong public advocate for government deregulation. In November 1984, Regan presented the detailed tax proposals President Reagan had requested, launching a process that culminated in the tax reforms enacted in 1986.

 

As White House Chief of Staff, Regan replaced the senior staff “Troika” of the first Reagan term – Baker, Edwin Meese, and Michael Deaver – as the President’s sole top assistant in the White House. Regan was able to see to fruition the tax reform begun while he was Treasury Secretary. He was an advisor to the president on all domestic and foreign policy issues, and oversaw the running of the White House Office. His bold, direct manner as Chief of Staff was a contrast to Baker’s more cautious, behind-the-scenes approach.

 

Over time, Regan’s high public profile and controversial public statements led to clashes with Republican members of Congress, Administration leaders, and Presidential friends and advisers including Nancy Reagan. When the Iran-Contra affair broke in late 1986, Regan was widely blamed for allowing the crisis to develop, and becoming as severe as it did. The President’s Special Review Board (Tower Board), formed by President Reagan in the wake of Iran-Contra, echoed these criticisms of Regan in its final report published on February 26, 1987. The next day, Regan wrote a letter to the President announcing his resignation as Chief of Staff. In his autobiography For The Record: From Wall Street to Washington, published in 1988 before President Reagan left office, Regan defended his work as Chief of Staff while criticizing Nancy Reagan and several Administration figures. Regan spent his final years in Williamsburg, Virginia, where he died on June 10, 2003.

 

The records in this collection pertain only to Donald Regan’s role as White House Chief of Staff. Most documents pertaining to foreign policy were still security classified, and closed to research, at the time they were processed by the Reagan Library.

 

SERIES I: SUBJECT FILE, January 1985-February 1987 (1.4 l.ft., Boxes 1-5)

This material is an alphabetically arranged series documenting the full range of matters that Regan dealt with, from foreign and domestic policy to internal White House administration.

The Subject File includes: material from the 1985 bilateral Economic Summit in Quebec City, Canada; documents on US-USSR relations, including the Geneva and Reykjavik summits; a “reading file” on current foreign and domestic issues that Regan took to Reykjavik during the summit; articles on the Supreme Court; reports on candidates to replace Chief Justice Burger; material on the federal budget; correspondence on trade issues from a member of the Shipbuilders Council of America; reports on national security and terrorism, which were still security classified when processed by the Reagan Library staff; gift reports and travel logs for people in the Office of the Chief of Staff; Regan telephone logs; and material pertaining to some of Regan’s planned or tentative speaking engagements. Most Regan material from his meetings with White House and Administration staff is in Series II of this collection.

 

SERIES II: WHITE HOUSE LEGAL TASK FORCE FILE, 1985-1987 (1.1 l.ft., Boxes 5-7)

This alphabetically arranged series consists of Regan materials collected by the White House Legal Task Force. The Legal Task Force was formed in March 1987, after Regan left the Administration, to coordinate the White House response to requests by Congress and the Independent Counsel for material pertaining to Iran-Contra. The Task Force collected large numbers of documents, and then determined which documents were relevant to particular requests.

 

Much of this series consists of notepad paper on which Regan made notes during his meetings with President Reagan, White House and NSC staff, members of Congress, and other individuals and groups. Many of these sheets contain additional notes, apparently taken on Regan’s behalf, from meetings that Regan may not have attended in person. The series also contains Regan daily schedules covering most of his time in the White House, and a few memos and other documents, printed from 8‑inch and 5¼‑inch diskettes prior to the diskettes’ arrival at the Reagan Library. The Library staff has transferred all diskettes to preservation storage.

 

Since some documents in this series are quoted or cited in Regan’s book For the Record, it is possible that Regan retained some of the material, or kept copies of it, after he left the White House. In any event, the Task Force eventually delivered all material in this series to the White House Office of Records Management (WHORM) for permanent retention.

 

SERIES III: 1984-1985 TRANSITION FILE, January 1985 (1.3 l.ft., Boxes 7-11)

These files contain information collected for Secretary Regan to help him prepare for his new job as White House Chief of Staff. They consist mostly of materials from the office units within the White House, which contain descriptions of the units’ roles and internal workings, lists of policy issues that they were currently dealing with, forms used within the units to manage their work, and any additional information that Regan might need to know immediately. There are also materials on the history of the White House Office and the structure and staffing of the Reagan White House, and draft Presidential schedules for early 1985. Thus, the series provides valuable information on the structure and functioning of the White House Office at the end of President Reagan’s first term.

 

The series contains two alphabetically arranged subseries. Each subseries consist largely of originals or copies of the same material, but they are not identical sets as each subseries contain unique information.

 

Subseries A: Office of Administration Set, January 1985 (0.7 l.ft., Boxes 7-9)

This material came to the White House via the Office of Administration, in February 1985.

 

Subseries B: Treasury Department Set, January 1985 (0.6 l.ft., Boxes 9-11)

This material was sent to Regan at the Treasury Department in January 1985.

 

SERIES IV: PUBLICATIONS, 1985-1986 (1.9 l.ft., Boxes 11-16)

The bulk of this series consists of issues of the Daily Report for Executives published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), a Washington, DC company. The Daily Reports contain news directly affecting business, industry, and banking. Topics include legal and regulatory developments, Government contracts awarded to companies, accounting and tax issues, trade issues, and economic statistics. Many issues have notations from Regan identifying items of particular interest. Issues are numbered consecutively beginning at the start of each calendar year, with a few issues missing.

 

There are also some December 1985 issues of the White House News Summary. A full set of Reagan Administration News Summaries is open to research in the records of the White House News Summary Office. See the finding aid for that collection for more information on them.

 

Arranged alphabetically by publication, and chronologically thereunder.

 

CONTAINER LIST

 

SERIES I: SUBJECT FILE, 1985-1987

Box 1

[Administrative:] Combined Federal Campaign

[Administrative: Gift Reports 1985] (1)-(3)

[Administrative: Gift Reports 1986] (1)-(3)

[Administrative: Gift Reports 1987]

[Administrative:] Phone Logs [01/05/1987 – 02/25/1987]

[Administrative: Travel] (1)-(4)

[Anesthesia Care of President]

[Budget (1985-1986)] (1)-(7)

 

Box 2

          [Budget (1985-1986)] (8)-(19)

Budget [Documents Dated 1986] (1)-(4)

Budget Update [1985] (1)(2)

 

Box 3

[Chippewa River]

[Council of Economic Advisers:] Memos from Beryl W. Sprinkel (04/25/1985-07/09/1985)

[Council of Economic Advisers:] Memos from Beryl W. Sprinkel (07/10/1985-10/31/1985)

[Council of Economic Advisers:] Memos from Beryl W. Sprinkel (11/01/1985-08/31/1986)

[Council of Economic Advisers:] Memos from Beryl W. Sprinkel (09/01/1986-12/31/1986)

[Economic Bilateral Summit, Quebec City, 1985: Information and Printed

Materials] (1)-(4)

[Economic Bilateral Summit, Quebec City, 1985:] The Trip of President Reagan to Quebec City, Canada, 03/17/1985-03/18/1985 (1)(2)

Elections, November 1986

Elections [November 1986: Daniloff ]

[Elections November 1986: Planning/Schedules]

[Elections November 1986: Reykjavik]

[Elections November 1986 – and South Africa]

Elections [November 1986 – and USSR]

Trude Feldman I

Trude Feldman II (1)-(4)

[Government Executive Award] (object – transferred to Museum Collection)

[Gramm-Rudman: Department of Defense]

 

Box 4

[Invitation:] Republican Eagles 09/30/1986

[Invitation:] Chavez Fundraiser 10/22/1986

[Invitation: Conference Board 11/19/1986]

[Invitation:] National Defense University 11/24/1986 – Declined

[Invitation:] Marine Corps Command and Staff College 12/10/1986

[NSC: Poindexter-Carlucci Transition]

National Security Developments, July 1985-September 1985

[National Security Developments, October 1985-December 1985 (Cover Memo)]

National Security Developments, October 1985-December 1985

National Security Developments, June 1986

National Security Developments, July 1986

[National Security Planning Schedule Fall 1986]

National Security Developments, President’s Briefing on – November 1986

National Security Developments, President’s Briefing on – January 1987

Presidential Personnel

Presidential Personnel: Ambassadorial Nominations (Foreman Memos) (1)-(3)

Presidential Personnel: [Ambassadorial Selection]

 

Box 5

Presidential Personnel: Candidate Profile: Administrator of Veterans Administration

Presidential Personnel: HHS Candidates (1)-(3)

Presidential Personnel: Miscellaneous Memoranda (1)-(4)

Presidential Personnel: Peace Corps – Loret Ruppe

Presidential Personnel: Personnel Meeting Agendas

Presidential Personnel: Bob Tuttle – Personnel

Presidential Personnel: [U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council]

[Reading File for Regan/Iceland Summit] (1)-(5)

[The Return of the Grave Dancer] (object – transferred to Museum Collection)

[Rowny, Edward L.: 10 Commandments for Negotiating with the Soviet Union] (article)

Shipbuilders [Council of America (Christie, Alexander K.)] (1)

 

Box 6

Shipbuilders [Council of America (Christie, Alexander K.)] (2)(3)

[Shultz, George – Memo to President 04/02/1986]

[Spain: President’s Visit to Madrid 05/07/1985] (photo album – transferred to Audiovisual for storage)

[Staff Salaries]

State of the Union 1986 (1)-(3)

[Supreme Court, Articles re] (1)-(4)

[Supreme Court: Chief Justice Burger Vacancy – Candidates] (1)-(3)

[Terrorism: Summary of Meeting]

[USSR: Arms Control Issues]

[USSR: Economy] (1)-(3)

[USSR:] Geneva Oversight Group

 

Box 7

[USSR: Geneva Oversight Group]

[USSR: Gorbachev Meeting with Senators 09/03/1985]

[USSR:] Memoranda to the President from Robert C. McFarlane (1)-(3)

[USSR: Nuclear and Space Talks]

[USSR: President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board]

[USSR:] President Reagan’s Trip to Reykjavik, Iceland, 10/10/1986-10/12/1986

[USSR:] Reykjavik

[USSR:] SDI

[USSR:] Yurchenko

Vice President’s Task Force on Combatting Terrorism – Final Draft Report (1)(2)

Vice President’s Task Force on Combatting Terrorism – Final Report (1)-(3)

 

Box 8

Vice President’s Task Force on Combatting Terrorism – Final Report (4)

White House Secure Voice Telephone Directory

 

SERIES II: WHITE HOUSE LEGAL TASK FORCE FILE, 1985-1987

Box 8, cont.

[Diskettes 1 of 2 and 2 of 2 – Regan’s Files Backed Up 04/07/1987 LJK]

          (diskettes only – transferred to preservation storage)

[Diskette DTR] (file index only – diskette transferred to preservation storage)

[Diskette DTR 04/01/1985-09/30/1986] (file index only – diskette transferred to preservation storage)

[Diskettes DTR2, DTR3, and DTR4] (transferred to preservation storage)

[Diskette DTR2: Indexes and Printouts (Regan Schedules and Other Documents August 1985 – December 1985)] (1)-(3)

[Diskette DTR3: Indexes and Printouts (Regan Schedules and Other Documents January 1986 – October 1986)] (1)-(6)

[Diskette DTR4: Indexes and Printouts (Regan Schedules and Other Documents October 1986 – December 1986)]

[Diskette DTR5: Indexes and Printouts (Regan Schedules November 1986)]

[Diskette KAR1] (file index only – diskette transferred to preservation storage)

[Diskette KAR2 (Kathy)] (file index only – diskette transferred to preservation storage)

[Diskette KD2] (file index only – diskette transferred to preservation storage)

[Diskette PAGJAC (Travel 2) – Cards – Triple Type] (file index only – diskette transferred to preservation storage)

[Diskette Regan 09/30/1986- ] (file index only – diskette transferred to preservation storage)

[Diskette TD2] (file index only – diskette transferred to preservation storage)

[Diskette – Unlabeled (DTR5?)] (transferred to preservation storage)

[Documents, Relevant, from Two Diskettes (Regan Schedules December 1986 – January 1987)]

[Regan Documents 1985-1987, from Legal Task Force – Received by WHORM 05/15/1987] (1)(2)

 

Box 9

[Regan Documents 1985-1987, from Legal Task Force – Received by WHORM 05/15/1987] (3)-(11)

 

Box 10

[Regan Documents 1985-1987, from Legal Task Force – Received by WHORM 05/15/1987] (12)-(22)

 

Box 11

[Regan Documents 1985-1987, from Legal Task Force – Received by WHORM 05/15/1987] (23)(24)

[Regan Documents 1985-1987, from Legal Task Force – Received by WHORM 08/05/1987]

 

SERIES III: 1984-1985 TRANSITION FILE, January 1985

Subseries A: Office of Administration Set, January 1985

Box 11, cont.

[Cover Notes]

[Economic Policy Organization]

[Issue Papers/Legislative Affairs]

National Journal Articles on White House Organization (1)-(6) 

The President’s Strategic Defense Initiative

Regan/Deaver Breakfast, 01/11/1985 Briefing Book

White House Office Staff Manual, January 1984 (1)(2)

[White House Organization: Memos Porter to Regan]

 

Box 12

[The White House Staff – FDR-Jimmy Carter]

White House Transition: Briefing Materials

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for the Office of Administration and Management (Briefing Materials Not in File)

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for Office of Cabinet Affairs

[White House Transition]: Report on the Office of Communications

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for Office of the Counsel to the

          President

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for the Deputy to the Deputy Chief of Staff

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for the Office of the First Lady

White House Transition: Briefing Materials on the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs (1)-(4)

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs [Verstandig]

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for the Office of Legislative Affairs

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for the National Security Council (Briefing Materials Not in File)

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for the Office of Policy Development

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for Office of Presidential Personnel

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for the Press Office

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for the Office of Public Liaison

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for Offices of Scheduling and Advance (1)-(4)

 

Box 13

White House Transition: Briefing Materials for Special Support Services (Briefing

          Materials Not in File)

[White House Transition: Solicited Advice on Organization and Personnel] (1)-(3)

 

Subseries B: Treasury Department Set, January 1985

Box 13, cont.

[White House Transition Reports: Cover Notes]

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of Presidential Advance] (1)(2)

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of Presidential Appointments and Scheduling] (1)-(3)

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of Cabinet Affairs]

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of White House

          Correspondence] (1)-(3)

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of the Counsel to the President]

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Deputy to the Deputy Chief of Staff]

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of the First Lady]

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of Intergovernmental Affairs] (1)(2)

 

Box 14

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of Intergovernmental Affairs] (3)(4)

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of Legislative Affairs]

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of Management and

          Administration]

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of Policy Development]

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Presidential Personnel Office]

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Press Office] (1)-(3)

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Public Liaison, NSC, Strategic

          Defense Initiative] (1)-(3)

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Office of Records Management]

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Sample Trip Schedule Book

(President’s June 1984 Trip to Ireland, Normandy, and London)] (1)‑(3)

[White House Transition: Briefing Materials: Special Support Services]

 

SERIES IV. PUBLICATIONS, August 1985 – July 1986

Box 14, cont.

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 08/29/1985-09/03/1985 (Issues 168-170)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 09/04/1985-09/08/1985 (Issues 171-173)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 09/09/1985-09/11/1985 (Issues 174-176)]

 

Box 15

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 09/12/1985-09/13/1985 (Issues 177-178)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 09/16/1985-09/17/1985 (Issues 179-180)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 09/18/1985-09/20/1985 (Issues 181-183)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 09/21/1985-09/25/1985 (Issues 184-186)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 09/26/1985-09/30/1985 (Issues 187-189)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 10/01/1985-10/02/1985 (Issues 190-191)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 10/03/1985-10/04/1985 (Issues 192-193)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 10/05/1985-10/14/1985 (Issues 194-198)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 10/15/1985-10/16/1985 (Issues 199-200)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 10/17/1985-10/18/1985 (Issues 200-202)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 10/21/1985-10/23/1985 (Issues 203-205)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 10/24/1985-10/28/1985 (Issues 206-208)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 10/29/1985-10/30/1985 (Issues 209-210)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 10/31/1985-11/03/1985 (Issues 211-212)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 11/04/1985-11/06/1985 (Issues 213-215)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 11/07/1985-11/12/1985 (Issues 216-218)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 11/13/1985-11/14/1985 (Issues 219-220)]

 

Box 16

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 11/15/1985-11/18/1985 (Issues 221-222 +

Two-Week Index)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 11/19/1985-11/21/1985 (Issues 223-225)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 11/22/1985-11/26/1985 (Issues 226-228)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 11/27/1985-12/02/1985 (Issues 229-231)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 12/03/1985-12/06/1985 (Issues 232-235)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 12/07/1985-12/10/1985 (Issues 236-237)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 12/11/1985-12/12/1985 (Issues 238-239)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 12/13/1985-12/16/1985 (Issues 240-241)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 12/17/1985-12/18/1985 (Issues 242-243)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 12/19/1985-12/20/1985 (Issues 244-245)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 12/21/1985-12/26/1985 (Issues 246-248)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 12/27/1985-12/31/1985 (Issues 249-251)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 01/01/1986-01/07/1986 (Issues 1-4)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 01/08/1986-01/10/1986 (Issues 5-7)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 01/11/1986-01/15/1986 (Issues 8-10)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 01/16/1986-01/22/1986 (Issues 11-14)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 01/23/1986-01/24/1986 (Issues 15-16)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 01/25/1986-01/28/1986 (Issues 17-18)]

 

Box 17

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 01/29/1986-01/31/1986 (Issues 19-22)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 02/01/1986-02/05/1986 (Issues 23-24)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 02/06/1986-02/09/1986 (Issues 25-26)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 02/10/1986 (Issue 27)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 02/11/1986-02/13/1986 (Issues 28-30)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 02/14/1986-02/18/1986 (Issues 31-32)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 02/19/1986-02/20/1986 (Issues 33-34)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 02/21/1986-02/24/1986 (Issues 35-36)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 02/25/1986-02/27/1986 (Issues 37-39)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 02/28/1986 (Issue 40)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 03/01/1986-03/04/1986 (Issues 41-42)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 03/05/1986-03/06/1986 (Issues 43-44)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 03/07/1986-03/10/1986 (Issues 45-46)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 03/11/1986-03/12/1986 (Issues 47-48)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 03/13/1986-03/19/1986 (Issues 49-53)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 03/20/1986-03/21/1986 (Issues 54-55)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 03/22/1986-03/25/1986 (Issues 56-57)]

 

Box 18

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 03/26/1986-03/27/1986 (Issues 58-59)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 03/28/1986-04/02/1986 (Issues 60-63)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 04/03/1986-04/07/1986 (Issues 64-66)] (1)(2)

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 04/08/1986-04/09/1986 (Issues 67-68)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 04/10/1986-04/11/1986 (Issues 69-70)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 04/14/1986-04/16/1986 (Issues 71-73)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 04/17/1986-04/18/1986 (Issues 74-75)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 04/21/1986-04/22/1986 (Issues 76-77)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 04/23/1986-04/24/1986 (Issues 78-79)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 04/25/1986-04/28/1986 (Issues 80-81)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 04/29/1986-04/30/1986 (Issues 82-83)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 05/01/1986-05/04/1986 (Issues 84-85)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 05/05/1986-05/06/1986 (Issues 86-87)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 05/07/1986-05/08/1986 (Issues 88-89)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 05/09/1986-05/13/1986 (Issues 90-92)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 05/14/1986-05/15/1986 (Issues 93-94)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 05/16/1986-05/19/1986 (Issues 95-96)]

 

Box 19

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 05/20/1986-05/22/1986 (Issues 97-99)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 05/23/1986-05/27/1986 (Issues 100-101)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 05/28/1986-05/29/1986 (Issues 102-103)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 05/30/1986-06/02/1986 (Issues 104-106)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 06/03/1986-06/06/1986 (Issues 107-109)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 06/07/1986-06/10/1986 (Issues 110-111)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 06/11/1986-06/12/1986 (Issues 112-113)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 06/13/1986-06/17/1986 (Issues 114-116)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 06/18/1986-06/22/1986 (Issues 117-119)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 06/23/1986 (Issue 120)]

[BNA Daily Report for Executives 06/24/1986-07/01/1986 (Issues 121-126)]

[White House News Summary 12/02/1985]

[White House News Summary 12/04/1985]

[White House News Summary 12/05/1985]

[White House News Summary 12/06/1985]

[White House News Summary 12/16/1985]

[White House News Summary 12/17/1985]

[White House News Summary 12/18/1985]

[White House News Summary 12/23/1985]