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William F. Friedman Collection of Official Papers

In one of its largest and most significant declassification and release of documents to date, the National Security Agency (NSA) released over 52,000 pages of historical material relating to the career of William. F. Friedman.

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Lectures and Speeches

(Folder ID: ACC39582) DIRNSA Letter to William Friedman Regarding Classification of Friedman Lecture Given to Marine Corps Schools, 1960
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A275649 Reclassification of Mr. Friedman's Lecture Script Reviewed by DIRNSA, Lt. General Samford 41782689082174.pdf
A275659 Reclassification of Mr. Friedman's Lecture Script Reviewed by DIRNSA, Lt. General Samford (Draft) 41782719082177.pdf
(Folder ID: ACC4125) Lecture on the Relations Between the Army Security Agency and the Signal Corps Between 1944-1945 by William Friedman, and Memorandum for the Chief Signal Officer on Research and Development Responsibilities 5 January 1946, 1946-1948
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A99668 Relations Between the Army Security Agency and the Signal Corps; Lecture Given by W.F. Friedman to ASA Officers Course, 10 February 1948 41783949082301.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 019) Transcript, Special Cryptologic Advisory Math Panel (SCAMP) Lecture I, June 1958
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A38510 SCAMP Series 1958 41700299073962.pdf
A38511 SCAMP I, Lecture I, Section 2; Cryptography History from the Revolutionary War 41700339073966.pdf
A38515 SCAMP I, Lecture I, Section II; Revolutionary War Period-Systems Used by Americans and by British 41700369073969.pdf
A38523 SCAMP I, Lecture I, Section I; Historical Background on Cryptology 41700409073973.pdf
A38526 Lecture: SCAMP I 41700449073977.pdf
A38531 SCAMP Lecture II, Section I; History of Cryptography (Egyptian Hieroglyphs) 41700479073980.pdf
A38535 Lecture: SCAMP I; SCAMP Series Lecture. Wwi Codes and Ciphers 41700509073984.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 020) Transcript, Special Cryptologic Advisory Math Panel (SCAMP) Lecture II, June 1958
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A38502 SCAMP II Lecture, Section 1 41700169073949.pdf
A38503 SCAMP II Lecture, Section 1 41700189073952.pdf
A38505 SCAMP II Lecture I, Section 1 41700229073955.pdf
A38509 SCAMP I, Lecture II, Section I 41700269073959.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 021) Transcript, Special Cryptologic Advisory Math Panel (SCAMP) Lecture III, June 1958
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A38475 SCAMP III Lecture, Section 1 and 2; Zimmerman Telegram 41700089073941.pdf
A38495 SCAMP III, Section 2 41700119073944.pdf
A38500 Lecture: SCAMP III; World War I Codes and Ciphers 41700139073947.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 022) Transcript, Special Cryptologic Advisory Math Panel (SCAMP) Lecture IV, June 1958
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A38404 SCAMP IV, Lecture IV, Section 1 and 2; Discussion of the Zimmerman Telegram 41699949073927.pdf
A38456 SCAMP IV Detailed Story About the Zimmermann Telegram 41699999073932.pdf
A38457 Lecture IV; How I Came to Be A Cryptanalyst 41700039073936.pdf
A38470 SCAMP IV Lecture 41700069073939.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 023) Transcript, Special Cryptologic Advisory Math Panel (SCAMP) Drafts and Note Cards, Part II, June 1958
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A38382 SCAMP IV, Lecture I, Section 2; 3 X 5 Cards About the SCAMP, Lecture I, Section 2 41699799073912.pdf
A38392 SCAMP IV Lecture I, Section I; SCAMP 1958-- Cryptologic History 41699839073916.pdf
A38396 SCAMP IV, Lecture V; History of the Invention and Development of Cipher Devices and Machines 41699869073919.pdf
A38400 SCAMP IV, Lecture V, Part II; Communication Security and Its Importance In Modern Warfare 41699909073923.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 024) Special Cryptologic Advisory Math Panel (SCAMP) Lecture V, June 1958
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A38378 SCAMP V Lecture; History of the Invention and Development of Cipher Devices and Cipher Machines 42037759107657.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 025) Special Cryptologic Advisory Math Panel (SCAMP) Lecture VI, June 1958
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A38353 Briefing on the Authenticity of the Zimmerman Telegram Episode of Wwi; SCAMP VI Lecture 41699259073859.pdf
A38356 1958 SCAMP Lecture VI; Briefing Notes for Lecture VI, Section I 41699419073876.pdf
A38359 SCAMP VI Lecture 41699499073883.pdf
A38363 SCAMP VI Lecture, Section 1; Types and Use of Codes and Ciphers During Wwii 41699609073894.pdf
A38365 SCAMP VI Lecture, Section 2 41699689073902.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 158) Lecture to the US Naval Academy Graduation Class, Annapolis, 1922
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A66639 Lecture on Code Work Given to the Naval Academy Graduating Class at Annapolis In 1922 41745669078487.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 161) West Point Lectures, 1952
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A66489 Letter In Reply to A Letter of Appreciation for Mr. Friedman's Lectures at West Point 28 and 29 May 1952 41745129078433.pdf
A66491 Letter of Appreciation for Mr. Friedman's Lectures at West Point 28 and 29 May 1952 41745099078430.pdf
A66496 Letter from Mr. Friedman Explaining His Travel Arrangements for His Trip to West Point 41745289078449.pdf
A66503 Letter from Col. Nicholas to Mr. Friedman Describing the Layout of the Lecture Hall at West Point 41745249078445.pdf
A66507 Letter from Mr. Friedman to Col. Bessel at West Point with Details from Mr. Friedman's Career That Could Be Used In Introductory Remarks 41745219078442.pdf
A66508 Letter from Col. Bessell at West Point to Mr. Friedman, Requesting Personal History Information for Use In Introductory Remarks 41745349078455.pdf
A66511 Letter from Mr. Friedman to Col. Nicholas at West Point, Accepting Lodging Proposal and Commenting on Lecture Plans 41745279078448.pdf
A66535 Letter from Col. Nicholas to Mr. Friedman-Details Re Friedman Trip to West Point to Lecture Cadets 41745199078440.pdf
A66546 Acknowledgement Letter from Mr. Friedman to Col. Bessell with Draft of West Point Lecture Announcement 41744989078420.pdf
A66557 Letter from Gen. Canine to Maj. Gen. Irving-Authorizing Mr. Friedman to Lecture at West Point 41745269078447.pdf
A66562 Letter from Col. Bessell to Mr. Friedman-Discussion of Upcoming West Point Lecture 41745369078457.pdf
A66565 Letter from MAJ.GEN. Irving to MAJ.GEN. Canine Requesting That Mr. Friedman Lecture to Cadets at West Point 41745469078467.pdf
A66567 Letter from Mr. Friedman to Col. Bessell Re Subject Matter and Times of West Point Lecture 41745539078474.pdf
A66572 Letter from Col. Bessell to Mr. Friedman Re Upcoming Lectures at West Point 41745569078477.pdf
A66576 Letter from Mr. Friedman to Col. Bessell Re Invitation to Lecture to West Point Cadets 41745259078446.pdf
A66580 Letter from Mr. Friedman to Col. Bessell Acknowledging Receipt of Letter of 11 Jan 1952 and Accepting Invitation 41745589078479.pdf
A66582 Letter from Col. Bessell to Mr. Friedman Requesting That Mr. Friedman Lecture to West Point Cadets This Spring 41745649078485.pdf
A66584 Letter from Col. Laird to Mr. Friedman Expressing Appreciation for Lecture Given to USAF Security Service Operations People on 14 & 15 March 41745619078482.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 162) Lecture at Air University, Maxwell AFB, Alabama 1950-1954
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A66426 List of Slides Used with Lecture on Communication Intelligence (Revised for Lecture at Maxwell Air Force Base, 3 Oct 1951 41744719078392.pdf
A66429 Letter of Appreciation for Mr. Friedman's Presentation on Communications Intelligence to Students of the USAF Communications-Electronics Staff Officer Course 41744809078401.pdf
A66433 Letter of Gratitude from Deputy Chief, Air Command and Staff School, for Mr. Friedman's Presentation on "Communications Intelligence" Also Certificate Awarded Mr Friedman and Title AS Honorary Faculty Member (05-09-1952) 41744899078410.pdf
A66436 Letter of Appreciation from the Commandant, Air Command and Staff School, for Mr. Friedman's Presentation to Students of the Communications-Electronics Staff Officer Course on 26 August, 1953 41744959078416.pdf
A66442 Letter of Appreciation from the Commandant, Air Command and Staff School, for Mr. Friedman's Talk on "Communications Intelligence" at the Communications-Electronics Staff Officer Course 41744709078391.pdf
A66446 Letter of Appreciation from Col. Choate, Secretary, Air Command and Staff School for Mr. Friedman's Presentation to Students of the Communications-Electronics Staff Officer Course on 26 Aug 1953 41744969078417.pdf
A66450 Letter of Thanks for Mr. Friedman's Lecture at Air Command and Staff School 41744919078412.pdf
A66452 Letter In Reply to Col. Sheetz's 12 Mar 53 Letter Thanking Mr. Friedman for His Presentation at the Air University on 11 March 41744979078418.pdf
A66454 Letter from Col. Sheetz Thanking Mr. Friedman for His Presentation at the Air University 41744929078413.pdf
A66456 Letter from Col. Sheetz Thanking Mr. Friedman for His Presentation at the Air Command and Staff School 41745049078425.pdf
A66460 Letter of Thanks from Col. Sheetz for Mr. Friedman's Lecture at the Air Command and Staff School 41744949078415.pdf
A66462 Letter of Thanks from Col. Sheetz for Mr. Friedman's June 1951 Presentation to the Air Command and Staff School 41745019078422.pdf
A66466 Letter of Thanks from USAF Air Command and Staff School to William Friedman 41745069078427.pdf
A66472 Notification of A Letter of Appreciation from Air Command and Staff School for Mr. Friedman's 29 Sept 1950 Presentation to Students of the Air Communication & Electronic Staff Officers Course 41745179078438.pdf
A66477 Letter of Appreciation from Col. Sheetz for Mr. Friedman's 29 Sept 1950 Presentation at Gunter Air Force Base, Alabama 41745149078435.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 163) Friedman Lecture on Communications Intelligence (COMINT) Toward Victory In World War II and Its Relatively Small Cost, 1951
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A66394 Contribution of Signal Intelligence Toward Victory In World War II and Its Relatively Small Cost 41744869078407.pdf
A66399 Outline of Presentation by Mr. Friedman at the Second Annual Communications Security Officers' Conference to Be Held at Brooks AFB, 3-7 Mar 1952 41744769078397.pdf
A66401 List of Articles Belonging to Mr. William F. Friedman Which Were Sent to Brooks Air Force Base, 3 March 1952 41744779078398.pdf
A66402 Communications Intelligence-A Presentation by Mr. William F. Friedman to the Faculty and Students of Class 50-B, Air Communication & Electronic Staff Officers' Course, on 29 Sept 1950 41744379078361.pdf
A66405 Communications Intelligence-Outline of Presentation by Mr. William F. Friedman at the Second Annual Communications Security Officers' Conference at Brooks Air Force Base, 3-7 March 1952 41744749078395.pdf
A66417 Communications Intelligence-A Presentation by Mr. W.F. Friedman to the Faculty and Students of Class 50-B, Air Communication & Electronic Staff Officers' Course at Maxwell Air Force Base, 29 Sep 1950-Second Carbon of Revised Lecture 41744879078409.pdf
A66419 Extracts from the Recommendations of the Joint Committee on the Investigation of the Pearl Harbor Attack 41744799078400.pdf
A67551 Report of the Joint Committee on the Pearl Harbor Attack 41747709078690.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 164) Correspondence and Miscellaneous Lecture Notes, 1921-1954
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A66345 Friedman Lecture Intro Re Cryptography 41744489078369.pdf
A66348 NSA Lecture and Policy Statement; Oct 1954; Draft Copy of Lecture to Be Given by Captain Holtwick, USN, Special Assistant, on 17 Nov 1954 at the Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Virginia 41744529078373.pdf
A66357 Synopsis of A Course of Three Lectures on Codes and Ciphers, Given to ROTC Students, Camp Vail, N.J., July 6-8, 1921, by W.F. Friedman 41744579078378.pdf
A66359 News Article Re Friedman Talk at Monthly Meeting of the Temple Brotherhood In Washington, D.C. and Unintelligible Personal Letter 41744349078355.pdf
A66361 Notice for Talk Titled "Events In The Daily Life Of A Cryptanalyst" to Be Given by W.F. Friedman on Oct 14 at the Regular Meeting of the Technical Club of Madison 41744609078381.pdf
A66363 Resolution Adopted at the Sixth Annual Convention of the Wisconsin Department, Reserve Officers Association of the U.S.; Appreciation Expressed for Addresses at the Convention 41744679078388.pdf
A66368 Announcement, Bulletin and Letter of Thanks from the University Club of Washington for A Lecture Given by W.F. Friedman on Nov 5, 1931 41744299078350.pdf
A66370 Thanks for Lecture Delivered by Major Friedman to the Coast Guard Academy on Dec 16, 1927 41744659078386.pdf
A66378 Letter from Friedman Expressing Thanks to the Supt. of the U.S. Coast Guard 41744329078353.pdf
A66380 Letter from Commander Hinckley, U.S.C.G., to Major Friedman Confirming Payment of Travel Expenses to Coast Guard Academy 41744629078383.pdf
A66383 Letter to Major Friedman Acknowledging Dec 16, 1927 AS the Date of His Lecture Before Officers and Cadets of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy 41744739078394.pdf
A66386 Request by Maj. Friedman on Whether There Was an Objection to His Lecturing and Request for Maj. Friedman to Lecture Officers and Cadets of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Beginning Nov 4, 1927 41744829078403.pdf
A66388 Letter from Mr. Meals to Superintendant U.S. Coast Guard Academy Suggesting That Maj. Friedman Deliver Lecture In His Stead on Dec 16, 1927 41744549078375.pdf
A66391 Letter to Capt. Friedman from D.J. Friedall, Navy Department, Requesting That He Present A Lecture on "Cryptanalysis" to Officers Taking the Post Graduate Communications Course 41744849078405.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 166) Memoranda, Correspondence, Friedman Consultation Contract to NSA, the Friedman Lectures (Six Lectures on Cryptology) Publication, 1958-1963
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A63421 Narrative Security Requirements Check List for Contract Da18-119-SC-109; Letter to William F. Friedman from Contracting Officer 41759159079829.pdf
A63422 Modification No. 1 Dated 17 June 1958 to Change Friedman Address to Contract Da18-119-SC-109 41759119079825.pdf
A63425 Contract No. Da18-119-SC-109, Between U. S. Govt and William F. Friedman; for A Series of 6 Lessons, with Slides, and History of Cryptology 41759279079841.pdf
A63426 Da18-119-- SC-109 , Acceptance of Contract and Consideration for $10,000 41759149079828.pdf
A63427 Negotiated Contract, Da49-170-Sc1739, Between U. S. Govt and William F. Friedman 41759239079837.pdf
A63428 Transmittal for Invoice, Da18-119-SC-109 41759219079835.pdf
A63508 Contract Da18-119-SC-109, Friedman Progress Report; William F. Friedman Bi Monthly Report on Contract 41759579079871.pdf
A63509 William F. Friedman Progress Report, Contract No. Da18-119-Ac-109 41759089079821.pdf
A63512 Da18-119-SC-109, Contract Dated 1 May 1958 : Fifth and Sixth Bi-Monthly Progress Report; William F. Friedman Contract Report 41759589079872.pdf
A63515 Contract Da18-119-SC-109, File No. 167-Lyn-68: Funds Originally Be Obligated from Subject Contract Will Be Restored.; Funds for Contract, William F. Friedman, 41759379079851.pdf
A63516 Contract Da18-119-SC-109, File No. 267-Lyn-58; Completion of Contract Delayed by NSA or with Approval of Tng 41759469079860.pdf
A63520 Contract No. Da18-119-SC-109: Request Contract Not Be Terminated 41759169079830.pdf
A63521 Contract No. Da18-119-SC-109: Request for Termination of Contract Since Three Lessons Submitted Satisfy Current Requirements 41759349079848.pdf
A63523 Cancellation of Contract No. Da18-119-SC-109, File No. 267-Lyn-58, Requested by William F. Friedman for Reasons of Health.; Request for Cancellation of Contract 41759319079845.pdf
A63524 Amendment of Contract Da18-119-SC-109 Delivery Date to 1 Feb 1960 41759299079843.pdf
A63526 Cryptogram Sent to President Roosevelt, Slide 44.1; Ndoimdeyloaueetviebr (or Else You Die) 41759389079852.pdf
A63527 Contract No. Da 18-- 119-SC-109, 257-Llyn-58 (Mr. William F. Friedman): Progress Reports 3 and 4 Meet Requirements.; Progress Reports 3 and 4 to Director of Training 41759339079847.pdf
A63566 Amendment to Contract No. Da18-119-SC-109: All Material Produced Will Be Classified "Confidential" 41759309079844.pdf
A63568 Request for Amendment to Contract No. Da18-119-SC-109 That the Six Lessons May Be Classified by Contractor Up to and Including "Confidential" 41759329079846.pdf
A63572 Contract No. Da18-119-SC-109: Progress Report No. 2 Meets Technical Requirements of Office of Training 41759369079850.pdf
A63574 Contract No. Da 18-119-SC-109: Progress Report No. 1 Meets Requirements of Office of Training.; Progress Report No. 1 41759679079881.pdf
A63578 Quotation No. 58-Lyn-Pr-1580: Bid Is Acceptable.; Bid on Quotation by William F. Friedman 41759429079856.pdf
A63583 Response to Request for Quotation, No. 58-Lyn-Pr-1580, by William F. Friedman; Article VI and Contractor Info Forwarded by William F. Friedman 41759419079855.pdf
A63585 Request for Contract with Mr. William F. Friedman, 58-Lyn/Pr-1580 Has Been Approved 41759409079854.pdf
A63587 Purchase Request and Receipt, 58-Lyn/Pr-1580; NSA Form J135 Rev 27 July 1955 41759289079842.pdf
A63604 Negotiated Contract with Mr. William F. Friedman, Da49-170-SC-1739 41759439079857.pdf
A63608 William F. Friedman Contract, Matrix of Progress; History of Cryptology, William F. Friedman 41759459079859.pdf
A63610 Friedman Contract: Proposal of 25 Oct 60 to Amend His Contract to Change Coverage to Extend Through the Entry of US Into WW I 41759449079858.pdf
A63625 NSA Technical Journal Articles for Mr. William Friedman 41759479079861.pdf
A63627 RD Parker Letter to William F. Friedman, Comments on Lecture No. 4 41759529079866.pdf
A63630 Tng Contract with William F. Friedman: Cancel Last Sentence In Paragraph 2 41759519079865.pdf
A63632 Tng Contract with Mr. William F. Friedman: Supplies and Clerical Assistance to Mr. Friedman Will Be Furnished by Tng Division 41759489079862.pdf
A63818 Receipt of Friedman Contract Material; Lectures 1,2,3; Tape Recordings and Slides 41759779079891.pdf
A63821 Transmittal of Friedman Contract Material; Lectures 1,2,3; Slides and Tape Recordings 41759559079869.pdf
A63823 Equipment for Mr. Wm. F. Friedman; Request for File Cabinet, Tape Recorder, Magnetic Tape 41759569079870.pdf
A63824 Interim Product of Lectures 1, 2, 3, Memorandum for the Record by William Friedman 41759539079867.pdf
A63825 Lecture by Mr. William F. Friedman "Historical Cryptology" Delivered to NSA Cryptomathematics Institute.; Address to NSA Cryptomathematics Institute on 8 Sept 1958 41759639079877.pdf
A63828 Letter from Friedman Regarding Contract Negotiations; Handwritten Letter to Shelby Patterson 41759849079899.pdf
A63829 Proposed Friedman Contract: Discussion of Possible Media for Presentation of Lectures.; Valuable Orientation Media 41759719079885.pdf
A63843 William Friedman's Proposed Contract; Concurrence In Callimahos and Lowman's Opinions 41760049079918.pdf
A63845 WFF's Proposal for A Contract: Tng-03 Thinks Lectures Are A Good Idea.; William F. Friedman Proposal 41759509079864.pdf
A63847 Proposed Talks by Mr. Friedman; Film Talks More Effective Than Taped Lectures.; Interest In Classified and Unclassified Friedman Lectures 41759689079882.pdf
A63851 Friedman Lectures: Proposed Topics, Proposed Uses of Lectures, Contract Details.; Six Lectures, Fifty Minutes Each, and Description of Coverage 41759619079875.pdf
A63853 Draft Outline of A Proposed Contract for Production of Training Material; William F. Friedman Letter to Shelby Patterson, Re Proposal; William F. Friedman Letter to Shelby Patterson, Re Proposal 41759629079876.pdf
A63857 Friedman Lectures 41759699079883.pdf
A63860 the Friedman Lectures, Office of Training Services 41759739079888.pdf
A64026 Contract No. Da18-119-SC-109: Request for Current Status of Project.; Completion of Contract for William F. Friedman 41760139079927.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 167) Lecture No. 3 Draft, Making the Most of A Cryptologic Opportunity, Part I (Zimmerman Telegram Lecture), 1957
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A63374 the Influence of Cryptologic Power on History-Lecture No. 3 "Making The Most Of A Cryptologic Opportunity"-the Zimmerman Telegram; William F. Friedman, USMC Lecture Series: History of Cryptology - 41758819079795.pdf
A63376 Eyes of the Navy,; Letter to William F. Friedman: from-Deputy SUSLO, Cheltenham 41758679079781.pdf
A63379 William F. Friedman, History of Cryptology-Typed and Handwritten Lecture Notes Dealing with the Zimmerman Telegram.; William F. Friedman Notes on Cryptologic History-the Zimmerman Telegram 41759029079816.pdf
A63381 Note to Pat Feeney, Photo Division, from William F. Friedman; Request for Slides 41758739079787.pdf
A63383 Notes to Mr. Friedman; Draft of History of Cryptology Changes 41758939079806.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 168) Marine Corps Lecture Series, First Period, 1960
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A63356 History of Cryptology, Address to Staff and Students Senior School USMC " Communications Intelligence and Communication Security" First Period Modified, with 34 Slides 41758889079802.pdf
A63359 History of Cryptology, " the Influence of C-Power (Cryptologic ) on History" Second Period with 9 Slides, William F. Friedman 41758909079804.pdf
A63360 History of Cryptology "Communications Security" Third Period, William F. Friedman with 35 Slides 41758709079784.pdf
A63362 Presentation AS Modified and Delivered on 26 April 1960, Before Staff and Student Officers of Advanced Officers Course USMC, Quantico, VA.; Marine Corps Lecture Series, William F. Friedman 41758879079801.pdf
A63365 Lecture to Marine Corps, Draft and Corrections No. 2 41758649079779.pdf
A63366 U. S. Marine Corps Lecture, 1st Draft; William F. Friedman: Marine Corps Lecture Series 41758979079811.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 169) Marine Corps Lecture Series, Second Period, Draft Lectures 1, 2, and 3, and Final Copy, 1952-1959
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A63391 William F. Friedman, History of Cryptology, Second Period-Typed and Handwritten Lecture Notes.; William F. Friedman Notes and Drafts 41758619079775.pdf
A63395 Transcription of the Tape from the SCAMP Lectures (Lecture VI Set "E"); William F. Friedman Notes And Drafts 41758799079792.pdf
A63397 Transcription from Tape of the SCAMP Talks (Lecture VI Set "F"); William F. Friedman Notes And Drafts Of Lectures 41758769079790.pdf
A63400 the Influence of Cryptologic Power on History, Final Period; William F. Friedman, History of Cryptology, Notes and Lectures 41759059079819.pdf
A63403 Second Period, Communications Security, History of Cryptology, William F. Friedman; William F. Friedman, Notes and Lectures, History of Cryptology 41758999079813.pdf
A63404 William F. Friedman, History of Cryptology, Third Period: Development of Cipher Machines.; William F. Friedman, Notes and Lectures Papers 41758959079808.pdf
A63406 Second Period, Communications Security, History of Cryptology, William F. Friedman 41758849079797.pdf
A63409 Notification to Director, NSA of Presentation to USMC, Quantico on 11 Dec 1958: Request That Tapes of Lectures Be Held for Friedman.; William F. Friedman Notes 41759049079818.pdf
A63411 Exhibits for Friedman Lecture-11 Dec 1958, USMC Lecture, Quantico 41759259079839.pdf
A63413 Lecture to USMC, Quantico on 11 Dec 1958 41759189079833.pdf
A63417 Slides for First Period, History of Cryptology, William F. Friedman; William F. Friedman, Notes and Documentation of Slides for Lecture to USMC, 11 Dec 1958 41759269079840.pdf
A63418 Third Period, Communications Security, William F. Friedman, History of Cryptology 41759099079823.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 170) Lecture Cards & Notes, 1961
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A62870 Friedman Lecture Notes and Cards; Cryptograph and Cryptanalysis Go Back to the Dawn of Invention of Writing 41758969079810.pdf
A62871 Friedman Notes and Lectures, 31 Cards; Preparation of Slides 41758989079812.pdf
A62872 Lecture Note for Slide 6.8, 27 Cards; the Benedict Arnold Indecipherable Treasonable Cow Letter 41759009079814.pdf
A62873 Lecture Notes on Communications Security 41759019079815.pdf
A62874 Lecture Notes, Instances of Cipher In the Bible: Jerremiah 25:26 and 51:41, 71 Cards 41759039079817.pdf
A62875 Lecture and Notes, William F. Friedman, Parts I, II, III, and the Influence of Cryptologic Power on History 41759069079822.pdf
A62878 Lecture Cards and Notes, for Lecture at U.S.M. A., 100 Cards 41759129079826.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 171) Zimmerman Telegram Lecture, Given to the Crypto-Math Institute, 8 September 1958, Including Notes and Newspaper Clippings, 1921-1960
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A62864 the Influence of C-Power* on History. Lecture No. 3, Making the Most of A Cryptologic Opportunity; Walter Cronkite Story Entitled "The Secret Message That Plunged American Into War!"-You Are There Episode Aired on 23 October 1955 41758949079809.pdf
A62866 Washington Post, the Men Who Won the War, Mr. Lloyd Georges View; Importance of the Politician, Advice to Aspiring M.P.S 41789219082822.pdf
A62868 the Scotsman, July 12, 1923, Edinburgh University, Honorary Graduates Entertained; Mr. Churchill on Theory and Practice 41789259082826.pdf
A62869 the Scotsman, 19 July 1921, Tributes to British Leaders, Especially Sir Alfred Ewing 41789299082830.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 172) Final Lecture #1, 1960
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A62861 Final, Lecture No. 1, Introduction to Cryptology by William F. Friedman; Introductory Remarks and General Introduction of the Subject 41758929079807.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 173) Final Lecture #2, 1961
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A62859 Lecture 2, Final Version, Introduction to Cryptology by William F. Friedman; Historical Information About Cryptology 41758919079805.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 174) Final Lecture #3, 1961
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A62858 Final Version of Lecture 3 "Survey Of The American Revolution" Introduction to Cryptology by William F. Friedman 41758899079803.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 175) Printed Lectures I, II, III, & IV, In the NSA Technical Journal, 1960s
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A62827 Receipt for Classified Items Addressed to Friedman and Signed for by Mrs. Clyde Christian 41758559079769.pdf
A62856 NSA Technical Journal-Winter 1961 Issue-Contains William F. Friedman Lectures on Introduction to Cryptology-IV 41758839079798.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 176) Lecture #3 AS Revised, 1962
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A62852 Lecture 3, Introduction to Cryptology, Draft, William F. Friedman; Deals with the Cryptosystems Employed by the British Regulars and the Colonials During the Period of American Revolution 41758859079800.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 177) Lecture #4 Final, 1962
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A62847 Lecture No. 4, Codes and Ciphers of the Civil War; William F. Friedman, Fourth In Series (of 6) 41758759079789.pdf
A62848 Introduction to Cryptology IV, Cryptology In the Civil War by William F. Friedman 41758789079793.pdf
A62851 Introduction to Cryptology-IV, Draft, Cryptology In the Civil War by William F. Friedman 41758809079794.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 178) Lecture #5 Final, 1962
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A62840 Introduction to Cryptology by William F. Friedman, 1st Draft, Lecture No. 5 41758669079780.pdf
A62842 Introduction to Cryptology by William F. Friedman, Lecture No. 5 41758689079783.pdf
A62844 Handwritten Notes for Introduction to Cryptology by William F. Friedman, Lecture No. 5 41758719079785.pdf
A62846 Typed Notes of Lecture 5 of Introduction to Cryptology by Friedman, Pages 17 to 41 41758729079786.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 179) Lecture #6 First and Second Draft and Final, 1962
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A62831 Introduction to Cryptology-VI by William Friedman; Handwritten Draft of Lecture Deals with Cryptology from the End of WW I to End of WW II, No. 6, 1st Draft 41758569079771.pdf
A62832 Introduction to Cryptology-VI, by William F. Friedman; Lecture No. 6, 2nd Draft 41758589079772.pdf
A62834 Introduction to Cryptology-VI by William F. Friedman; Lecture No. 6, 3rd Draft 41758599079773.pdf
A62837 Introduction to Cryptology-VI by William F. Friedman; Final Draft 41758629079776.pdf
A62839 Introduction to Cryptology VI by William F. Friedman; Lecture 6, Draft 41758639079778.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 451) Revised Lecture on Communications Intelligence, A Presentation by William Friedman, to the Faculty and Students of Class 50-B, Air Communication and Electronic Staff Officers' Course, 29 September 1950
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A56916 Communications Intelligence-A Presentation by Mr. William F. Friedman; Presented to the Faculty and Students of Class 50-B, Air Communications and Electronic Staff Officers' Course 41749979078918.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 463) Drafts and Working Papers for Various Lectures and Speaking Engagements, Proposed Remarks of the Director of Logistics Before Congress (1950), List of Lectures In AS-14 File, Speeches Delivered by William Friedman, Colonel Harold G. Hayes, and Lt. Gen. Stephen J. Chamberlin on the Occasion of the Graduation of the First Advanced Class Army Security Agency Officer General Course (7 May 1948), Communications Security Published by the Authority of the Joint Communications Board (April 1947, First Edition), Responsibility for Code and Cipher Work In the US Army (1861-1945), 1948-1949
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A65316 Text of Friedman Lecture on History of US Cryptanalysis 41751479079066.pdf
A65319 Rhoades (NFI) Talk Delivered to Reserve Officers at ASA School 18 June 1948 41751499079069.pdf
A65359 Proposed Remarks of the Director of Logistics Before Congress, Fiscal Year 1950 Budget 41751529079071.pdf
A65360 Lectures In AS-14 File 41751549079073.pdf
A65361 Speech Delivered to the ASA Officers Division Graduating Class on 1 July 1949 41751579079076.pdf
A65362 Central Repository for Lectures; Request for Available Lectures 41751609079078.pdf
A65363 List of CSGAS-14 Folders Loaned to Major Jones, 29 December 1948 41751629079080.pdf
A65364 Speeches; Text of A Series of Talks Given at ASA Headquarters, Arlington Hall Station on 9 February 1949 41751659079083.pdf
A65365 Procedures to Be Followed During Major General Packard, British Army Intelligence, Speech, 7 March 1949 41751689079086.pdf
A65366 Memorandum for the Record: Lecture Given at the National War College on 19 January 1949 Titled "Electronic Countermeasures" 41751719079089.pdf
A65367 AFSS Request for File of Lectures 41751739079092.pdf
A65368 Speeches Delivered on the Occasion of the Graduation of First Advanced Class ASA Officer General Course, 7 May 1948 41751769079095.pdf
A65369 Communications Security (First Edition, 7 April 1947) 41751789079096.pdf
A65370 Organizations Responsible for Code and Cipher Work In the U.S. Army 1861-1945 41751809079098.pdf
A65371 Message Flow Chart from Originator to Military Intelligence Service 41751829079099.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 472) Notes, Drafts, and Final Lecture to the Strategic Intelligence School, Command and Staff College on Signal Intelligence and Communications Security, Prepared for Colonel Bicher by William Friedman, 1946-1951
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A71122 Security Release of Lecture on C.I., 30 January 1951 41721639076090.pdf
A71124 Outline of Course on Signal Intelligence, 1 January 1946 41721669076093.pdf
A71128 Lecture to Be Given In Strategic Intelligence School 41721689076095.pdf
A71129 Lecture, Strategic Intelligence School, Command and Staff College; Signal Intelligence and Communications Security 41721719076098.pdf
A71130 Outline of Friedman Lectures and Presidential Directive Re COMINT, 28 August 1945 41721739076100.pdf
A71131 Lectures I ⅈ Magic-What Is It?, 1 January 1948 41721769076103.pdf
A71132 Lecture on Communications Security and Signal Intelligence Activities 41721789076105.pdf
A71133 Signal Intelligence and Communications Security; A Special Course of Lectures, 15 August 1946 41721809076107.pdf
A71134 Extracts from Friedman Lecture "Intelligence Available In Washington "The Magic", 13 August 1946 41721829076109.pdf
A71135 Various Graphs Showing Unspecified Message Totals, 1 January 1946 41721849076111.pdf
A71136 Copy of A Special Course of Lectures on Signal Intelligence and Communications Security, 11 February 1947 41721869076113.pdf
A71137 the Reliability and Security of Cipher Machines; Three Pages of Text from an Unspecified Friedman Lecture on COMINT, 1 January 1947 41721889076115.pdf
A71138 Concerning Capture of M-209 Key Lists by Germans During Wwii-TICOM 41721909076117.pdf
A71139 Functions of the Security Division 41721929076118.pdf
A71140 Press Extracts Re Yamamoto Aircraft Shootdown, 6 August 1946 41721959076120.pdf
A71141 Outline of Course Given In European Theater to G-2 Personnel of 12th A.G., First, Third, Ninth and Fifteenth Armies, 1 January 1946 41721969076122.pdf
A71142 Outline of Unspecified Lecture Course, 1 January 1946 41721989076125.pdf
A71143 Handwritten Note Re Strategic Intelligence and Ultra, 25 July 1946 41721999076126.pdf
A71334 Text of an Unspecified Lecture Given by Friedman on History of COMINT During WW II, 1 January 1946 41722209076147.pdf
A71335 Example of Russian Air Warning Service Code Message, 1 January 1946 41722219076148.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 491) William Friedman Interview, Army War College, 1950
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A72912 Interview by Dr. Dulany Terrett, Captain Frederick Reinstein Office of Military History, of Mr. William F. Friedman and Captain Mark Rhoads, Signal Corps Reserve 41782799082185.pdf
A72915 Interview with Friedman by Thompson and Harris 41782759082181.pdf
A72916 Interview Sigc Hist Div with Col. William F. Friedman, Washington, D.C 41783059082211.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 536) Graduation Speeches at Army Security Agency Officer General Course, 1948
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A4148559 Army Security Agency School Speeches by Mr. William P. Friedman, Colonel Harold G. Hayes and Lt. Gen. Stephen J. Chamberlin 41772129081121.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 537) Friedman Lecture on Security of Radio Traffic, 1935
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A4148560 Security of Radio Traffic Lecture Given by Major W.F. Friedman, Sig-Res. at the Signal School 41772149081123.pdf
(Folder ID: FOLDER 538) Friedman Communications Intelligence Presentation to Air Staff Officers' Course, 1950
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A4148562 Communications Intelligence Presentation by Mr. William F. Friedman 41772169081126.pdf