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STAT Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2010/08/23: CIA-RDP90-00806R000100430001-2 X, jvationai in "C l e d SUITE 805, 1015 EIGHTEENTH STREET. N.W. WASHINGTON, D.C. 20036 JOHN A. BROSS WILLIAM J. CASEY LEO CHERNE DANIEL O. GRAHAM LT. GEN. USA I RET.I THOMAS L. HUGHES LYMAN B. KIRKPATRICK. JR. CLARE BOOTHE LUCE J. WILLIAM MIDDENDORF. II PAUL H. NITZE WILLIAM W. QUINN LT. GEN. USA IRET.I EUGENE F. TIGHE. JR. LT. GEN. USAF IRET.I ROBERTA WOHLSTETTER OFFICERS RAY S. CLINE PRESIDENT J. MILNOR ROBERTS, JR. MAJ. GEN. AUS IRET.I VICE PRESIDENT MARJORIE W. CLINE TREASURER BETTE VALENTI SECRETARY NORMAN R. ASHTON RICHARD W. BATES CAPTAIN USN IRET., WALTER E. BEACH JOHN CLARKE RAY S. CLINE JULES DAVIDS JOHN W. DIXON HERBERT H.FOCKLER STEFAN A. HALPER SAMUEL HALPERN RICHARD LEHMAN WALTER PFORZHEIMER J. MILNOR ROBERTS. JR. MAJ. GEN. AUS (RET.) THAXTER SWAN THOMAS F. TROY STAT TELEPHONE: 12021 =6~-6029 ? L_ OF THE NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE STUDY CE[ITSS'" AND THE TRUSTEES OF THE GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LIBRARY ASSOCIATES INVITE YOU TO AN EXHIBIT OF BOOKS ON INTELLIGENCE from the RUSSELL J. BOWEN COLLECTION Thursday, November 3, 1983, 7:00 P.M. Howard A. Gunlocke Special Collections Room Joseph Mark Lauinger Memorial Library 37th and 0 Streets, N.W. Washington, D.C. YJ For many years, Colonel Russell J. Bowen has been collecting titles on intelligence, security, and covert activities. He has deposited, in the George- town University Library, more than six thousand books and documents for use by students,. faculty, and researchers. ~..,., ,~. ,. In connection with 'this,, the National Intelligence Study Center has re- cently published a subject bibliography of the Bowen Collection, en- titled Scholar's Guide to Intelligence Literature. The exhibit will open on November 3, 1983, at 7:00 p.m., with a special reception to honor Colonel Bowen. The brief program will include re- marks by Colonel Bowen, Dr. Ray S. Cline and Dr. Walter Pforzheimer who will focus on the key role intelligence plays in U.S. national security and foreign policy. Please R.S.V.P. by November 1, if you plan to attend the opening recep- tion. Call Bette Valenti in Dr. Cline's office at 223-8596. Parking will be available on campus in lot at end of Prospect Street. Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2010/08/23: CIA-RDP90-00806R000100430001-2