Timberlake, Clare (1907-1982)
The Clare Timberlake collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, professional material, photographs, notebooks, and miscellaneous other material.

Manuscript material in the collection consists of speech drafts and articles by Timberlake ranging from 1933 to 1970; most regard foreign affairs, including the Congo's independence from Belgium.

Printed material in the collection consists of articles, event programs, reports, and clippings, regarding a variety of topics, including the Department of State's Foreign Service Institute, The University of Michigan, the United States Naval Academy of Foreign Affairs, and the Annapolis Yacht Club.

Professional material consists of office and subject files which date from 1912 to 1978. Notable subjects include Timberlake's time in the Congo; files on his time spent in other countries, such as Germany and Spain; and correspondence with President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, and Jacqueline Kennedy.

Photographs include war images, including Franklin Delano Roosevelt with the First Pacific War Council; prints from a trip to Spain; and other photographs.

Notebooks in the collection consist of five notebooks  regarding Near East South Asia and Africa from the 1960s; the General Consulate of Hamburg; Politico-military relations within US foreign policy; and a 1936 photographic register, as well as two untitled notebooks.

Other material in the collection consists of recipts, insurance documents; eight of Timberlake's passports; and three reel-to-reel tapes titled "Africa South of the Sahara," "Arub – Spread of Nuclear Weapons," and "UN Panel Discussion".
Notable Figures
1. Timberlake, Clare
Associated Subjects
1. Public Affairs Subject Guide
2. Diplomacy Subject Guide