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December 12, 2016
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May 1, 2002
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.~9-r.~ 25X1 ~~ ~~ Approved For Release 2002/05/10: CIA-R P7 -008838000100140035-5 r ~~ ~ ~~~ ~ SUBJECT: Dulles Papers 1. Mr. Deputy Director of Security, discussed with me on 3 anuary isposition of the remaining papers of Mr. Allen Dulles still in custody of the Office of Security. These papers originally were retained by Mr. Dulles at his residence and were part of a larger group. The larger group was screened by two senior Agency officials, most recently by The unclassified documents were returned to Mrs. Dulles for transfer to the Princeton University for inclusion in their library. 2. There is a residue of approximately 16 cubic feet of this Dulles material which is classified or sensitive and which is being held now by the Office of Security. has looked at the material superficially and suggeste 'o r. eiss that we consider it for inclusion in the Agency archives. 3. I briefed Q on the status of the formal Agency archives program as well as on the existence of the 17,000 cubic feet archives collection at the Records Center. We agreed that it would be appropriate that following 30 June 1972 these materials be trans- ferred from the Office of Security to the archives collection at the Records Center. 4. ~ further indicated that had examined the approximately 4 cubic feet of OSS materials which is part of the 16 cubic feet total and had determined that the OSS materials in all robability are duplicated in the headquarters OSS collection. also stated that in his opinion, after a few years the Dulles materials could be screened and some of them destroyed as being of little value. Deputy Chief, Support Services to 25X1 25X1 25X1, 25X1 Approved For Release 00~1%0'5"/1~ . ~A~ F~ P76-008838000100140035-5