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There is a great deal of information on Henry Byroade available from the National Archives which would support your research effort. Here are some examples:
Here is a transcript of an oral history interview Mr. Byroade gave in 1988, which is housed at the Truman Library: https://www.trumanlibrary.org/oralhist/byroade.htm
Some of Byroade’s personal papers are housed at the Eisenhower Library: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/573330
Contact the library for information about accessing the collection: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a selection of other results for Mr. Byroade from the National Archives Catalog: https://catalog.archives.gov/search?q=henry%20byroade
The publication series “Foreign Relations of the United States” (FRUS) will have reproductions of many original documents issued by the Department of State which will be helpful to you. Here is a link: https://www.archives.gov/research/foreign-policy/other-resources.html
In addition, the Central Files of the Department of State (in Record Group 59) will have information about Byroade’s tenure as Ambassador to Egypt and the Suez Crisis which may be useful in your research.
Here is a guide on how to access the 1910-1963 segment of the department’s Central Files. These records are housed at the Archives II facility in College Park, Maryland, though you may find some records available online in the National Archives Catalog or in the FRUS volumes.
In addition, Mr. Byroade’s Official Personnel Folder is available from the National Personnel Records Center. Information on ordering is here: https://www.archives.gov/st-louis/civilian-personnel
Best of luck in your research!
Compiled by Alan Walker, with input from Cara Moore