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J. Wayne Fredericks papers.

Title
J. Wayne Fredericks papers.
Author
Fredericks, J. Wayne (Jacob Wayne), 1917-2004
Publication
1907-2010, bulk 1935 - 2005.
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Description
139.0 linear feet (260 boxes)
Subjects
Note
  • In most instances, conference materials are arranged chronologically and reports/papers are arranged alphabetically by author, organization, or title. In many instances, these materials were collected by Fredericks or the organization by which he was employed at the time. Some dates reflect the date of materials, not necessarily the dates of Fredericks's employment or participation.
Access (note)
  • Classified documents, mostly from the State Department series, have been permanently removed.
Source (note)
  • Gift of William C. Fredericks and Ivy L. Fredericks, April 2006.
Call Number
Sc MG 774
OCLC
1319012158
Author
Fredericks, J. Wayne (Jacob Wayne), 1917-2004, creator.
Title
J. Wayne Fredericks papers.
Production
1907-2010, bulk 1935 - 2005.
Type of Content
text
still image
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
sheet
Summary
This collection consists of J. Wayne Fredericks’s personal papers (biographical information, correspondence, military materials, etc.); materials related to his careers at various institutions (mainly, the Kellogg Company, his first stint at the Ford Foundation, the State Department, his second stint at the Ford Foundation, Chase Manhattan Bank; and Ford Motor Company); materials on his post-retirement consultancies; information on the various boards for which he served; materials related to his wife, Anne (nee Curtis) Fredericks; and subject and country files (mostly printed matter).
acob Wayne Fredericks, known in his early life as Jake and professionally as Wayne, was a diplomat, business executive, and foundation official. He served in the administrations of John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson, from 1961 to 1967, as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs and Acting Assistant Secretary. Prior to that, he held management positions with the Kellogg Company and Ford Foundation. Following his government service, he returned to the Ford Foundation for six years, and, after a year at Chase Manhattan Bank, became Executive Director of International Governmental Affairs for the Ford Motor Company from 1974 until his retirement in 1988. He was a member of numerous boards and commissions concerned with foreign policy, African affairs, education, and health. In retirement, he was Counselor-in-Residence at the Institute for International Education and the Carnegie Corporation, and an adviser to the Ford Foundation Study Group.
Restricted Access
Classified documents, mostly from the State Department series, have been permanently removed.
Location of Other Archival Materials
Materials Separated from the Resource: Transferred to the Art and Artifacts Division: posters and artifacts. Transferred to the Jean Blackwell Hutson Research and Reference Division: books and periodicals. Transferred to the Moving Image and Recorded Sound Division: audio and moving image materials. For more information, please contact the division at schomburgaudiovisual@nypl.org or 212-491-2270. Transferred to the Photographs and Prints Division: photographs and slides.
Source
Gift of William C. Fredericks and Ivy L. Fredericks, April 2006.
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Occupation
Businessmen.
Diplomats.
Government employees.
Research Call Number
Sc MG 774
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