MARSH, John Otho, Jr., 1926-


Guide to Research Collections

Gerald R. Ford Library
Ann Arbor, MI
Papers: 1973-1974. 5 feet.
Congressional papers and correspondence. Register in library.

Papers: 1974-1977, 49.6 linear feet.
John O. Marsh worked on a wide range of domestic and foreign policy issues and handled special assignments. The latter included coordination of White House responses to congressional investigations of the intelligence community, celebration of the Bicentennial of American independence, and transition matters related to former President Nixon. Congressional relations are especially well documented, sometimes including minutes of Republican and bipartisan leadership meetings with Ford. There is little Public Liaison Office material. A file series on intelligence matters is closed. A finding aid is available in the library and online.

Oral History: 1977, 6 pages.
An interview of John O. Marsh conducted on September 2, 1977.


University of Virginia Library
The Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
Charlottesville, VA
Papers: In the Stuart E. Brown Papers, ca. 1946-1978, approximately 3000 items.
Correspondents include John O. Marsh.

Papers: In the Ralph Eisenberg Papers, 1950-1973, 6 linear feet.
Correspondents include John O. Marsh.

Papers: In the Charles Rogers Fenwick Papers, 1938-1973, 103 items.
Letters in his honor were written by John O. Marsh.

Papers: In the J. Michael Harry Papers, 1966-1976, 20,000 items.
Correspondents include John O. Marsh.

Papers: In the William B. (William Belser) Spong Papers, 1957-1988, 19,000 items.
Other authors include John O. Marsh.