Miller Center

Lloyd N. Cutler Biographical Oral History

On three occasions in the summer of 2003 interviewers spent a full day with Washington attorney Lloyd Cutler to record an oral history of Cutler's life and times. The subjects discussed in these interviews included Cutler's reminiscences of his days growing up in New York City; his service in World War II; his work in the wartime and postwar intelligence community; the development and growth of his law practice; his service on a wide variety of governmental and private commissions; and his associations with Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. These interviews complement the two earlier oral history interviews with Cutler in connection with his service as White House counsel to Presidents Carter and Clinton, the latter of which is still embargoed.

Russell Riley directed the project. Joining him on the interview teams were Timothy Naftali, Stephen Knott, and Darby Morrisroe of the Miller Center, and Daniel Ernst of the Georgetown University Law School.

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