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This is a recorded interview with Mrs. Elizebeth Smith Friedman at the George C. Marshall Foundation in Lexington, Virginia on June 4, 1974 in which Mrs. Friedman discusses the choice of the Marshall Research Library as the repository for the Friedman’s collection, the opening of the collection to researchers, and the publication of the Riverbank pamphlets with Marshall Research Library staff members Tony Crawford and Lynn Biribauer.
CONTENTS AND USE OF THE FRIEDMAN COLLECTION
• Friedman’s intentions for the collection
• Opening the collection to research
• Contents of the collection
• Parker Hitt’s contribution to cryptology
• Development of cryptology field
• Friedman’s work with NSA
• Classified government work
• The Riverbank publications
THIS INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT MAY BE USED FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY. IT MAY NOT BE QUOTED FROM, CITED OR PUBLISHED EXCEPT BY PERMISSION OF THE GEORGE C. MARSHALL FOUNDATION.