Halloran, Richard (1930- )
NOTE: All or part of this collection is stored off-site. Several days' advance notice is required for retrieval.
The Richard Halloran collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, professional materials, research materials, audio materials, scrapbooks, notebooks, and other items.
Manuscripts in the collection include To Arm a Nation, Serving America, and "Volunteer or Conscript: Raising America’s Armed Forces in Peacetime." Numerous articles, chapters, outlines, and drafts are also present. Of particular note are manuscript items regarding the Reagan administration and remarks prepared for speeches.
The collection includes both personal and professional correspondence. Items of interest pertain to speeches, reports, and research, as well The New York Times.
Printed materials in the collection consist of conference reports, hearing transcriptions, newsclippings, and a progress report pertaining to Save the Children Korea.
Collected professional materials include correspondence, printed materials, manuscripts, and memos from Knopf, The New York Times, and Nagai News. Subject files regarding Japan, Hawaii, expenses, souvenirs, proposals, and contracts are also present.
Halloran kept research files for various projects, many of which are included here. In addition to a wealth of reporter’s notebooks, the collection includes surveys and reports on military-related affairs: medical programs, defense spending, nuclear arms race, and espionage, among others. Biographical data for four-star generals and items pertaining to G.I. bills and Korean human rights constitute additional materials.
A cassette tape contains a recording of Newsmaker Saturday on which Casper Weinberger appeared.
Scrapbooks contain clippings from issues of New York Times, Washington Post, and Business Week.
The collection’s notebooks document various occurrences between 1988 and 1994, such as Army War College and the JASH-J Global Symposium.
Other items include address books, a map of Honduras, and financial documents from Diplomat Bank. Certificates for Chaminade University of Honolulu and Lions Club of Honolulu are also present, alongside items pertaining to Halloran’s father’s death.