Photographic Coverage Volume III

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Material Information

Title:
Photographic Coverage Volume III
Series Title:
D. P. McAuliffe, Administrator, Panama Canal Commission, Photographic Coverage
Physical Description:
Book
Creator:
Panama Canal Commission
Donor:
McAuliffe, Dennis ( donor )
Copyright Date:
1983-1986
Materials:
Gelatin silver prints ( Photographs )
Measurements:
9.75 x 12.25 inches

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
McAuliffe, Dennis P., 1922-   ( lcsh )
Federal government--Officials and employees   ( fast )
United States. Panama Canal Commission   ( lcsh )
Ambassadors.   ( lsch )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Central America -- Panama Canal Zone

Notes

Abstract:
Photograph albums documenting the term of Dennis P. McAuliffe in his role as Administrator of the Panama Canal Commission. The albums contain photographs with detailed printed captions that document award presentations, official meetings and briefings, visits from esteemed guests and ambassadors, and other official business.
Biographical:
From the Autoridad del Canal de Panama website, Governors and Administrators section: Dennis P. McAuliffe was born on April 8, 1922 in New York City, the son of Michael McAuliffe and Mary Ryan. He graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point and commissioned as a second lieutenant of field artillery on June 6, 1944; assigned to the 89th Infantry Division as a battery officer; served through the division’s wartime deployment to Europe in late 1944. In 1946 he married Kathleen Bolton. From 1946 to 1948 he was assigned to the US Army Military Government in South Korea functioning in an advisory role. He earned his master's degree in electrical engineering in 1950; in June 1950, he joined Army Field Forces Board No.1 at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and for two years was a test officer with new artillery radar and electronic equipment; in 1952 participated in the overall preparatory and operational effort for the firing of the first artillery nuclear shell. After attending the Artillery Advanced Course at Fort Sill (1953-54), he joined the 663d Field Artillery at Fort Bragg as operations officer; from 1955 to 1956 served as battalion operations officer in Okinawa; in 1957 was appointed as the Secretary of the General Staff of Headquarters, US Army Ryukyu Islands; from 1958 to 1959 was student at the US Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. McAuliffe attended the National War College from 1963 to 1964 and then served for 13 months in Korea as the assistant commander, I Corps Artillery; he was designated to the Army Chief of Staff in 1966; in 1967 he became the executive officer to the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff; and joined the 1st Infantry Division in Vietnam in 1969. McAuliffe then became deputy denior advisor in the III Corps and Military Region until 1970. He returned to Europe for duty with Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe and in 1973 was reassigned to Fort Leavenworth as deputy commanding general until 1974. On October 1, 1979, he was appointed by President Carter as the first administrator of the new Panama Canal Commission, position created by the new Panama Canal treaties signed in 1977, and with the requirement of McAuliffe's retirement from the army. McAuliffe’s tenure as administrator, from 1979 to 1989, was marked by the many challenges and changes involved in shepherding the newly organized Canal agency through its first ten years of existence. During his administration the Canal tolls were increased three times in 1979, 1983, and 1989; in 1983 a permanent transit reservation system was implemented; the project to deepen the river bed of the Canal by three feet was completed in 1985 as well as the construction of the hydrographic station in Rio Piedras at Madden reservoir in 1985; and finally the widening project at Bohio was finished in 1989. Dennis McAuliffe died July 31, 2012 in Fort Belvoir, Virginia. His work during the first ten years of the Canal's transition period to Panamanian administration was greatly recognized. A Panama Canal tugboat is named after him. His co-workers remember him as a being a mediator and good-natured person. https://www.pancanal.com/eng/history/biographies/mcauliff.html

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Panama Canal Museum Collection at the University of Florida
Rights Management:
Works of the Federal Government. (Short Description: Federal Government Document.) This item is a work of the U.S. federal government and not protected by copyright pursuant to 17 U.S.C. §105.
Resource Identifier:
accession number - 2014.56.1c
System ID:
AA00024697:00005

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Senator Patrick J. Leahy visits with the Administrator, D. P. lMcAuliffe, Panama Canal Coniission, at Miraflores Locks.

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Ing. Denostenes Vergara presents a copy of his book entitled CANAL A NIVEL to the Administrator, Mr. D. P. McAuliffe, and the Deputy Administrator, Mr. Fernando Manfredo, Jr., Panama Canal Commission.

January 11, 1983







Congressman Roy Dyson visits Gatun Locks accompanied by the Administrator of the Panama Canal Commission, Mr. D. P. McAuliffe.

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The Honorable Joel E. Bonner, Jr., Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installation, Logistics and Financial Management pays a Courtesy Call on the Administrator and Deputy Administrator of the Panam Canal Comission.

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General Charles A. Gabriel, Chief of Staff, United States Air Force, visits with the Administrator of the Panama Canal Commission, Mr. D. P. McAuliffe, at Miraflores Locks.

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The Administrator of the Panama Canal Con-mission, Mr. D. P. MAuliffe, presents the Master Key Certificate in the grade of MASTER DEBUGGER to r. Edgar B. Mcrthur, Financial Managers Office.
January 18, 1983







Senators D'Amato and Murkowski are briefed at Miraflores Locks by the Administrator of the Panama Canal Comission, Mr. D. P. McAuliffe.

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Mr. Richard Lombard, Vice President and General Counsel EXXON Corporation, pays a Courtesy Call on the Administrator, D. P. McAuliffe, Panama Canal Comission January 21, 1983












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The Grand Exalted Ruler of B.P.O. Elks, Mr. Iarvin M. Lewis, pays a Courtesy Call on the Administrator of the Panama Canal Connission, Fr. D. P. McAuliffe.

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Mr. Daniel E. Bowers, M.D., Inmperial Potentate of the Shrine of North America, pays a Courtesy Call on the Administrator and Deputy Administrator of the Panama Canal Coniission.

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February 1, 1983








Courtesy Call of Minister Richard B. Moon, Special Assistant to the CINC for
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Mr. Shannon Wall, National President, NMU, visits with the Administrator, Panama Canal Commission, Honorable D. P. McAuliffe. Also in photo are the Deputy Administrator, Mr. Fernando Manfredo, Jr., and the Industrial Relations Officer, Mr. William Bell.


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February 23, 1983








Mr. Albert Keller, Jr., National Commander, The American Legion, Indianapolis, Indiana, pays a Courtesy Call on the Administrator, Panama Canal Commission, Mr. D. P. McAul iffe.

March 7, 1983









Captain Robert Lowen, President, International Organization of Masters, Mates and Pilots pays a Courtesy Call on the Administrator, Panama Canal Commission, D. P. McAuliffe, Monday, April 4, 1983







The Administrator, Panama Canal Commission, presents The Master Key Certificate in the grade of MASTER CONSUL to the Vice Counsul, American Embassy, Mr. T. B. Taylor.

April 6, 1983










The Honorable James D. Theberge, U. S. Ambassador to Chile pays a Courtesy Call on the Administrator, Panama Canal Commission, Honorable D. P. McAuliffe.

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Ing. Nilson Espino, Mayor of Panama pays a Courtesy Call on the Administrator and Deputy Administrator of the Panama Canal Commission, Honorable D. P. McAuliffe and Fernando Manfredo, Jr.
June 20, 1983







Mr. Robert M. Cooney, Vice President, Citibank, pays a Coi Panama Canal Commission, Honorable D. P. McAuliffe.

July 25, 1983









Mr. Michael Rhode, Jr., Secretary, PCC Washington Office, receives an award from the Administrator, PCC, Mr. D. P. McAuliffe. Present at the ceremony are: PCC Deputy Administrator, Mr. Fernando Manfredo, Jr., and the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works), Mr. William Gianelli.

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The Secretary of the Air Force, The Honorable and Mrs. Verne Orr, visit Miraflores Locks accompanied by the Administrator, Panama Canal Commission, The Honorable D. P. McAuliffe.

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The Secretary for the Minority, U.S. Senate, and Mrs. Patrick Griffin, visit Miraflores Locks accompanied by the Administrator, Panama Canal Commission, the Honorable D. P. McAuliffe.

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Lieutenant General Bernhard T. Mittenmeyer, Surgeon General, Department of the Army, pays a Courtesy Call on the Administrator, PCC,
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The National President of the Navy League of the U.S., Mr. Albei Call on the Administrator, Panama Canal Commission., Honorable D, January 31, 1984



























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Captain Charles E. Ryan, USN, New Commanding Officer, U.S. Naval Station pays a Courtesy Call on the Administrator, Panama Canal Commission, Honorable D. P. McAuliffe.


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February 2, 1984







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Miraflores (VIP Tour) visit of Secretary General of the United Nations, Dr. Javier Perez de Cuellar accompanied by the PCC Administrator, Mr. D. P. McAuliffe, and Public Affairs Officer, Mr. Anel Beliz.

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Master Key Award Presentation to Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Kredel presented by Administrator and Deputy Administrator.

June 21, 1984









Outstanding Award Presentation to House Staff by the Administrator and Mrs. D. P. McAuliffe.

June 29, 1984









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The Administrator, Honorable D. P. McAuliffe and Mrs. McAuliffe distribute Outstanding Certificates to the House Staff.

August 13, 1984










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September 17, 1984







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September 18, 1984









Courtesy Call of Mr. Robert Howlett, Arbitrator of the Federal Service
Impasses Panel Washington, D. C.

October 22, 1984









Courtesy Call on the Administrator by the Director, British Nuclear Fuels, Dr. Alan Salmon.

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Presentation of Certificate to Ms. Russell, Office of Personnel Management, Washington, recognizing her as the PCC nominee for Outstanding Handicapped Employee of the year.

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December 17, 1984






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Visit to Miraflores Locks of the Defense Orientation Conference Association
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Major General Henry D. Canterbury, Deputy Commander in Chief, USSOUTHCOM and Commander, USAF Southern Air Division (USAFSO) pays a Courtesy Call on the Administrator, PCC.

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Courtesy Call on the Administrator by Mr. S. Koniwa, Outstanding Auditor, Mitsubishi Corporation, accompanied by Mr. Suzuki, Assistant to Mr. Koniwa, Mr. Susumo Ono, Local Representative for Mitsubishi Corporation.

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Courtesy Call on the Administrator by Mr. Tony DeSiervi, Federal Agency Program Officer (Regional 2-New York), Occupational Safety & Health Administration, accompanied by Mr. Frances Nardone, Safety & Health Specialist, OSHA, National Office, Washington D. C., Mr. Ronald L. Seeley, PCC Personnel Director and Mr. Brunner, Chief, Safety Division.

March 19, 1985








Honorable Gabriel de la Guardia, newly appointed Panamanian Ambassador to the ,United States.

March 22, 1985








Courtesy Call on the Administrator by Mr. Richard Kovacevich, Executive Group for Consumer Services, International Group of the Citibank, accompanied by Mr. Robert Cooney, Vice-President, Citibank N. A.

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