Documents given to Giovanni Volpi by Mrs. Olive Schuler, widow of Frank A. Schuler, Jr., at Vienna, Virgina, on 14 July 2005.A certain number of documents composed by Frank and/or Olive Schuler may appear redundant. Until they will be compounded, these documents, however, will appear separately as seen below.
- Correspondence between RAdm A.H. McCollum U.S.N. (Chief of the Far East section at the O.N.I. at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack) and Paul Freeman.
- Article by Drew Pearson and R.S. Allen, 15 December 1941.
- Excerpt from The Reminescenses of Captain Henri Smith-Hutton, USN (Ret.), Naval attaché at the Tokyo embassy, USNI 1976.
- Excerpts from Amb. Grew's report to FDR and of Grew's testimony.
- Excerpts from the introduction of Pearl Harbor by Roland H. Worth, Jr., McFarland & Co., 1993.
- Pearl Harbor Myths and Realities by Frank A. Schuler, Jr., 1980.
- Countdown to Pearl Harbor, by Frank A. Schuler, Jr., 16 November 1984.
Japans's Master Spy and the Dinner Party (Hidenari Terasaki).
Letter from J. Edgar Hoover to Adolf A. Berle, 9 December 1941.
Memorandum of 10 March 1986 by Frank A. Schuler, Jr.
Department of State Adviser on Public relations, 16 december 1941.
Document 1044 Congressional Investigation Pearl Harbor Attack.
The Many Versions of the "Source" of Grew's Telegram #125 of 27 January 1941.
Pearl Harbor facts not in, Ferguson says, from the Washington Post, 22 August 1946.
- Telegram #125, 27 January 1941, from Grew to Department of State, with paraphrase and legend.
Memorandum of 13 September 1941 by the Far Eastern Department Junior Officers.
About 13 September 1941 memorandum, by Olive Schuler.
Interview of Amb. Rivera Schreiber to the Peruvian newspaper El Comercio of 5 February 1949.
State Department document #148 about Amb. Rivera Schreiber interview to El Comercio.
- Affidavit by Helen Thomas and Olive Schuler of 12 December, 1994, quoting Helen N. Shaffer on the wholesale forgery of Japan-related official documents, done by the Division of Far Eastern Affairs at the Department of State.
- US Department of State document (16 December 1941), initialed by Alger Hiss, self-sanctioning what became a major document-forging cover-up.
- Letter from Allen Drury ("Advise and Consent") to Helen Thomas, 4 October 1992.
- Mrs Rivera Schreiber's affidavit, original text in Spanish. Handsigned.