SIA Acc. 14-100, National Air and Space Museum (U.S.), Enola Gay Exhibition Records, 1968, 1970, 1981-2006

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Summary

Creator:
National Air and Space Museum (U.S.)
Title:
Enola Gay Exhibition Records, 1968, 1970, 1981-2006
Dates:
1968, 1968-2006, 1968, 1970, 1981-2006
Summary:
This accession consists of records created and maintained by Martin Harwit, Director of the National Air and Space Museum (NASM), 1987-1995, documenting plans to exhibit the "Enola Gay" and the resulting controversy. A script for "The Crossroads: The End of World War II, the Atomic Bomb and the Origins of the Cold War" was released for comment in January 1994. The exhibition was retitled "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II" and the script underwent several major revisions through January 1995. Each version of the script was met with controversy, particularly from veterans groups. On January 30, the exhibition was cancelled and Harwit resigned as Director on May 2, 1995. Prior to his resignation, Harwit had collected copies of all of NASM's current and historical documents related to the "Enola Gay" in order to prepare for his testimony during Congressional hearings on the matter; however, the hearings occurred shortly after his resignation and Harwit was not asked to testify. On June 28, 1995, "Enola Gay" was presented as a fact-based exhibition with little interpretation and significant emphasis on the aircraft's restoration. After his resignation, Harwit continued to collect clippings, journal articles, and television coverage related to the "Enola Gay" and its exhibition and received related materials from veterans groups. He also spoke on the subject in a variety of settings. In 1996, Harwit published the book "An Exhibit Denied: Lobbying the History of Enola Gay." A Japanese translation was published in 1997. Materials include correspondence and memoranda; exhibition scripts (some annotated); Congressional hearing transcripts; journal articles, preprints, and book reviews; copies of "An Exhibit Denied: Lobbying the History of Enola Gay" in English and Japanese; Director's calendars, notes, and Rolodex; chronology of the "Enola Gay's" restoration and exhibition; lecture scripts and slide presentations; newspaper clippings and videotaped news stories and television programs; radio interviews with Harwit on audiotape; video elements created during the production of exhibition videos; and related materials. This accession also includes several compilations of documents related to the "Enola Gay" that served different purposes. Some materials document projects and professional activities undertaken by Harwit after his resignation
Topics:
Aeronautical museums, Atomic bomb, Exhibitions, World War, 1939-1945, Legislative hearings, Museum directors
Subjects:
Harwit, Martin 1931-, Enola Gay (Bomber), National Air and Space Museum (U.S.) Office of the Director, The Crossroads: The End of World War II, the Atomic Bomb and the Origins of the Cold War (Proposed exhibition), The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II (Proposed exhibition), Enola Gay (Exhibition) (1995-1998: Washington, D.C.)
Place:
United States
Form/Genre:
Books, Collection descriptions, Clippings, Manuscripts, Black-and-white transparencies, Color transparencies, Audiotapes, Videotapes
Local Number:
SIA Acc. 14-100
Physical Description:
7.3 cu. ft. (7 record storage boxes) (2 3x5 boxes)

Finding Aids to Official Records of the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Accession 14-100

National Air and Space Museum

Enola Gay Exhibition Records, 1968, 1970, 1981-2006

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: National Air and Space Museum
Title: Enola Gay Exhibition Records
Dates: 1968, 1970, 1981-2006
Quantity: 7.3 cu. ft. (7 record storage boxes) (2 3x5 boxes)
Collection: Accession 14-100
Language of Materials: English

Descriptive Entry

This accession consists of records created and maintained by Martin Harwit, Director of the National Air and Space Museum (NASM), 1987-1995, documenting plans to exhibit the "Enola Gay" and the resulting controversy. A script for "The Crossroads: The End of World War II, the Atomic Bomb and the Origins of the Cold War" was released for comment in January 1994. The exhibition was retitled "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II" and the script underwent several major revisions through January 1995. Each version of the script was met with controversy, particularly from veterans groups. On January 30, the exhibition was cancelled and Harwit resigned as Director on May 2, 1995. Prior to his resignation, Harwit had collected copies of all of NASM's current and historical documents related to the "Enola Gay" in order to prepare for his testimony during Congressional hearings on the matter; however, the hearings occurred shortly after his resignation and Harwit was not asked to testify. On June 28, 1995, "Enola Gay" was presented as a fact-based exhibition with little interpretation and significant emphasis on the aircraft's restoration.

After his resignation, Harwit continued to collect clippings, journal articles, and television coverage related to the "Enola Gay" and its exhibition and received related materials from veterans groups. He also spoke on the subject in a variety of settings. In 1996, Harwit published the book An Exhibit Denied: Lobbying the History of Enola Gay. A Japanese translation was published in 1997.

Materials include correspondence and memoranda; exhibition scripts (some annotated); Congressional hearing transcripts; journal articles, preprints, and book reviews; copies of An Exhibit Denied: Lobbying the History of Enola Gay in English and Japanese; Director's calendars, notes, and Rolodex; chronology of the "Enola Gay's" restoration and exhibition; lecture scripts and slide presentations; newspaper clippings and videotaped news stories and television programs; radio interviews with Harwit on audiotape; video elements created during the production of exhibition videos; and related materials. This accession also includes several compilations of documents related to the "Enola Gay" that served different purposes. Some materials document projects and professional activities undertaken by Harwit after his resignation.

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Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 14-100, National Air and Space Museum , Enola Gay Exhibition Records

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Container List

Box 1

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, December 1968, May-June 1986 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, July-November 1987 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, December 1987 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, January-March 1988 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, April 1988 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, May 1988 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, June 1988 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, July 1988 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, August 1988 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, September 1988 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, October 1988 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, November-December 1988 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, January-April 1989 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, May-June 1989 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, August-December 1989 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, 1990 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, February-June 1991 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, July-September 1991 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, October-November 1991 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, January-July 1992 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, August-December 1992 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, January-February 1993 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, March 1993 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, April 1993 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, May 1993 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, June 1993 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, July 1993 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, August 1993 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, September 1993 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, October 1993 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, November 1993 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, December 1993 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, January 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, February 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, March 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, April 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, May 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, June 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, July 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, August 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, September 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, October 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 1 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, November 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, December 1994 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Box 2

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, January 1995 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, February 1995 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

Box 2 of 9

Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents, March-May 1995 (compiled in preparation for Congressional testimony)

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Enola Gay and Its Exhibition - Correspondence and Other Documents (Aftermath), 1995-1997

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Exhibition Script #1 - "The Crossroads: The End of World War II, the Atomic Bomb and the Origins of the Cold War," January 1994 (this script was sent to the Air Force Association with a request for comments - not included in this accession - but was not initially sent to the Veterans of Foreign Wars) (3 folders)

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Exhibition Script #2 - "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II," May 1994 (annotated by the Veterans of Foreign Wars with Robert D. Manhan as the primary contact and given to Harwit after the exhibition was cancelled) (3 folders)

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Exhibition Script #3 - "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II," August 1994 (annotated by the Veterans of Foreign Wars with Robert D. Manhan as the primary contact and given to Harwit after the exhibition was cancelled) (3 folders)

Box 2 of 9

Exhibition Script #4 - "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II," October 1994 (annotated by the Veterans of Foreign Wars with Robert D. Manhan as the primary contact and given to Harwit after the exhibition was cancelled) (3 folders)

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Box 3

Exhibition Script #5 - "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II," October 1994 (annotated by the Veterans of Foreign Wars with Robert D. Manhan as the primary contact and given to Harwit after the exhibition was cancelled) (3 folders)

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Exhibition Script #2 - "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II," Section 000, December 1994 (annotated by the Veterans of Foreign Wars with Robert D. Manhan as the primary contact and given to Harwit after the exhibition was cancelled) (3 folders)

Box 3 of 9

Exhibition Script (Unnumbered) - "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II," January 1995 (2 folders)

Box 3 of 9

Documentation of the Enola Gay Exhibit Annotated by Martin Harwit for Use in His Book An Exhibit Denied: Lobbying the History of Enola Gay (5 folders)

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"The Enola Gay Debate, August 1993-May 1995" - Chronology, Correspondence, Script Analyses, and Other Key Documents Issued by the Air Force Association to the Press

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"Enola Gay Coverage, 1994" - Media Report and Clippings Issued by the Air Force Association

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Box 4

"Enola Gay Coverage, 1995" - Media Report and Clippings Issued by the Air Force Association

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"Enola Gay Coverage, 1995" - Media Report and Clippings Issued by the Air Force Association in 1996 (expanded from 1995 issue)

Box 4 of 9

"Hearings Before the Committee on Rules and Administration, United States Senate, One Hundred and Fourth Congress, First Session on the Smithsonian Institution Management Guidelines for the Future, May 11-18, 1995"

Box 4 of 9

Reactions to the Cancellation of "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II" Exhibition in "Technology and Culture: The International Quarterly of the Society for the History of Technology," Volume 39, Number 3, July 1998

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Reactions to the Cancellation of "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II" Exhibition in "Technology and Culture: The International Quarterly of the Society for the History of Technology," Volume 45, Number 2, April 2004

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Reactions to the Cancellation of "The Last Act: The Atomic Bomb and the End of World War II" Exhibition in "The Journal of American History," Volume 82, Number 3, December 1995

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Preprints and Notices of Future Publications Related to the Exhibition of the Enola Gay, 1996-2005

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An Exhibit Denied: Lobbying the History of Enola Gay by Martin Harwit, Published by Copernicus (Springer-Verlag), 1996 - Annotated by Harwit to Mark Sections to Be Dropped from Japanese Translation

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Japanese Translation of An Exhibit Denied: Lobbying the History of Enola Gay by Martin Harwit, Published by Misuzu Shobo, 1997

Box 4 of 9

An Exhibit Denied: Lobbying the History of Enola Gay Book Reviews, 1996-1998

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Miscellaneous Talks by Martin Harwit on the Cancellation of the Enola Gay Exhibition, c. 1995-1996

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Director's Calendars, 1987-1994

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Director's Calendars, 1991-1995

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Martin Harwit's Calendars, 1997-1998

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Box 5

Director's Daily Activity Schedule, August 17, 1987-August 14, 1992 (index cards)

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Box 6

Director's Daily Activity Schedule, August 17, 1992-May 1, 1995 (index cards)

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Director's Rolodex (index cards)

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Box 7

Notes and Reminders, May 23, 1988-June 10, 1992

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Notes and Reminders, June 24, 1992-April 16, 1995

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Notes and Reminders, undated

Box 7 of 9

Compilation of Letters and Other Documents Related to the History, Restoration, and Exhibition of the Enola Gay, 1968, 1981-1991

Box 7 of 9

"Log on Enola Gay Restoration and Exhibition and Some Related Military Public Programs, 1987-1995, (and a Prior Chronology from 1945-1987)" (3 folders)

Box 7 of 9

"General Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Library and Memorials of the Committee on House Administration, House of Representatives, 91st Congress, Second Session, July 1970 - Smithsonian Institution: General Background - Policies, Purposes, and Goals from 1846-present"

Box 7 of 9

Talks - World Conference of Mayors for Peace through Inter-City Solidarity, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the International Astronomical Union General Assembly, Kyoto, August 1997

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Talks - University of Chicago and Loyola University, January 1997

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Talks - Deutsches Historiches Museum, November 1995, and Manuscript, 1996

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Talks - Virginia Association of Museums, March 1996

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Talks - Philosophical Society of Washington, February 1998

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Projects - Proposed Participation in NHK Japan Broadcasting Corporation Cyber Exhibit and Documentary, 1997

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Talks - Tokyo University, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science Conference in Kanagaw Prefecture, and Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo, November 1996

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Talks - New York University, April 1998

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Talks - Bell Labs and WFMU, New Jersey, January 1997

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Talks - New York Academy of Sciences, January 1995

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Museum Visit - Museum fur Verkehr und Technik Berlin, May 1995

Box 7 of 9

Talks - Various Events in Sydney, Canberra, and Melbourne, Australia, April-May 1999

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Talks - Cornell University, October 1996

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Talks - Infrared Process and Analysis Center (IPAC), California Institute of Technology, October 1997

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Talks - Lockheed, April 1997

Box 7 of 9

Talks - Slide Presentation on the Restoration of the Enola Gay, Its Exhibition, and the History of World War II for the American Legion, Minneapolis, Labor Day Weekend, 1994

Box 7 of 9

Talks - Miscellaneous (4 folders)

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Box 8

Clippings, 1988

Box 8 of 9

Clippings, 1991-1992

Box 8 of 9

Clippings, March 1994

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Clippings, April 1994

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Clippings, May 1994

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Clippings, June 1994

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Clippings, July 1994

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Clippings, August 1994

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Clippings, September 1994

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Clippings, October 1994

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Clippings, November 1994

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Clippings, December 1994

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Clippings, January 1995

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Clippings, February 1995

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Clippings, March 1995

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Clippings, April 1995

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Clippings, May 1995

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Clippings, June 1995

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Clippings, July 1995

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Clippings, August 1995

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Clippings, September 1995

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Clippings, October 1995

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Clippings, December 1995

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Clippings, 1996

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Clippings, 1997

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Clippings, 1998

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Clippings, 1999

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Clippings, 2000, 2001, 2006

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Clippings, undated

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Clippings - Editorial Cartoons, 1994-1995

Box 8 of 9

Clippings - Japanese Coverage, 1996-1998

Box 8 of 9

Clippings - Selection of New Director (Donald Engen), 1996

Box 8 of 9

Clippings - Enola Gay Exhibit Opening Day Protests, June 28, 1995

Box 8 of 9

Martin Harwit Letter of Resignation, May 2, 1995

Box 8 of 9

Artwork for An Exhibit Denied: Lobbying the History of Enola Gay

Box 8 of 9

"Skimming Over the Mushroom Clouds: The Saga of the Atomic Bomb Exhibit," by Saito Michio in "Japan" Magazine, Summer 1995

Box 8 of 9

"Statement Offered by Brigadier General Paul W. Tibbets (United States Air Force, Retired) at the Airmen Memorial Museum on June 8, 1994 Upon Acceptance of the Air Force Sergeants Association's Freedom Award"

Box 8 of 9

Letters from Public and Colleagues Related to the Enola Gay, Its Exhibition, and the End of World War II, 1994-1995

Box 8 of 9

ABC/NHK Poll of Japanese and Americans, December 1991

Box 8 of 9

Miyo Morikawa Hayashi, Origami Instruction and Philosophy - Writings, Clippings, and Event Notices, 1995

Box 8 of 9

Martin Harwit on "We the People with Jerry Brown," 59 minutes, March 5, 1997, audiocassette

Box 8 of 9

Martin Harwit on "1370 Connection," WXXI Radio Rochester, New York, November 25, 1996, audiocassette

Box 8 of 9

Martin Harwit and "An Exhibit Denied: Lobbying the History" on Derek McGinty, March 19, 1997, 2 audiocassettes

Box 8 of 9

Enola Gay/Dr. Harwit on "The Doug Wilder Show," May 8, 1995, 2 audiocassettes

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Martin Harwit on "The Green Room with Dorian," WFMU East Orange, New Jersey/WXHD Mount Hope, New York, 88 minutes, January 20, 1997, audiocassette

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Box 9

Video Recording - Enola Gay Opening Press Conference, June 28, 1995, VHS

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Video Recording - Secretary Michael Heyman's Press Conference, January 30, 1995, VHS

Box 9 of 9

Exhibition Video - "The Last Act," Rough Cut, January 26, 1995, VHS

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Exhibition Video - "The Last Act" Presentations, Work-in-Progress, VHS

Box 9 of 9

Exhibition Video - "Enola Gay: In Their Own Words," Looped Master, Straight Transfer from Betacam SP, 14 minutes, June 19, 1995, VHS

Box 9 of 9

Video Recording - Forum on Enola Gay, American University, VHS

Box 9 of 9

Public Service Announcement - Air and Space Heritage Council, Copy, VHS

Box 9 of 9

Video Recording - University of Michigan Conference Organized by Michael Heyman, Tape 1 of 2, April 1995, VHS

Box 9 of 9

Video Recording - University of Michigan Conference Organized by Michael Heyman, Tape 2 of 2, April 1995, VHS

Box 9 of 9

Television Coverage - Opera, Fox TV, McNeil-Lehrer, NBC News, etc., VHS

Box 9 of 9

Television Coverage - "What about Bob?," "Hiroshima" (Peter Jennings), "Sunday Morning" (CBS, Terrence Smith, July 30, 1995), VHS

Box 9 of 9

Television Coverage - "Enola Gay," Die Zeit-TV Magazine, July 13, 1995, VHS

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Television Coverage - Enola Gay Exhibit, Time Warner Communications, VHS

Box 9 of 9

Television Coverage ("Downwinders" and Nuclear Contamination) - "America's Nuclear Shame" (July 3, 1994), "Turning Point - Atomic Exposure" (February 2, 1994), "Atomic Guinea Pigs" (NOW, January 5, 1994), "Bombs Lethal Legacy" (NOVA, February 13, 1990), "Secrets of a Bomb Factory - Rocky Flats" (October 26, 1993), "Nightmare Next Door" (48 Hours), "Atomic Towns" (CNN), VHS

Box 9 of 9

Television Coverage - Martin Harwit on CNN (August 21, 1994), Martin Harwit on ABC (September 21, 1994), Martin Harwit on CBS (September 25, 1994), Martin Harwit on "Nightline" (October 25, 1994), Martin Harwit on "MacNeil/Lehrer" (November 23, 1994), VHS

Box 9 of 9

Television Coverage - Martin Harwit, "CNN Profiles in Government," January 10, 1989, VHS

Box 9 of 9

Television Coverage - "This is America" with Dennis Wholey, Show #287, Guests: Harwit/Pritchard/Boaz/Cochran/O'Leary/Nissenson, May 9, 1997, VHS

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Japanese Coverage - August 6, VHS

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Japanese Coverage - NHK-BS1, August 2, 1997

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Japanese Coverage - Martin Harwit, NHK TSS Home HTV RCC (August 5, 1997), NHK BS (August 6, 1997), NHK (August 15, 1997), VHS

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Japanese Coverage - NHK, June 11, 1996, VHS

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Japanese Coverage - August 6, 1995, VHS

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Japanese Movie - "The Lunch Box," VHS

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Documentary - "The Men Who Brought the Dawn: The Atomic Missions of Enola Gay and Bock's Car," Greenwich Workshop, 64 minutes, 1995, VHS

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Documentary - "Atomic Bomb Survivors Uncensored," by Tania Mathias, c. 2003, VHS

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