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Finding Aid for the Norman Cousins papers, 1924-1991, bulk 1944-1990

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Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
Box 951575
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
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The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Finding Aid for the Norman Cousins Papers, 1924-1991, bulk 1944-1990

Collection number: 1385

UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections

Manuscripts Division



Los Angeles, CA

Contact Information

  • Manuscripts Division
  • UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections
  • Room A1713, Charles E. Young Research Library
  • Box 951575
  • Los Angeles, CA 90095-1575
  • Telephone: 310/825-4988 (10:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m., Pacific Time)
  • Email: spec-coll@library.ucla.edu
  • URL: http://www.library.ucla.edu/libraries/special/scweb/
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Norman Cousins papers,
Date (inclusive): 1924-1991, bulk 1944-1990
Collection number: 1385
Creator: Cousins, Norman.
Extent: 1816 boxes (908 linear ft.)
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

Copyright of portions of this collection has been assigned to the Department of Special Collections, UCLA. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

Restrictions on Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF: Open for research. Advance notice required for access. Contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.

Provenance/Source of Acquisition

  • Gift of Norman Cousins, 1984-1987.
  • Gift of Mrs. Ellen Cousins, 1991.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Norman Cousins papers (Collection 1385). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 964546 

Biography

Cousins was born on June 24, 1915 in Union Hill, New Jersey; attended Teachers College, Columbia University; began working at New York post as the education editor, 1934-35; worked at Current history as book reviewer, literary editor, and managing editor, 1935-40; married Eleanor (Ellen) Kopf in 1939; executive editor (1940-42), and editor-in-chief (1942-71) of Saturday Review Of Literature, later known as Saturday Review; editor of World (1972-73), Saturday Review/World (1973-74), and Saturday Review (1975-78); worked on editorial board of Office of War Information during World War II; he was involved with organizations fostering world government and control of nuclear weapons, serving as president of United World Federalists from 1952-54 and as founding member of the Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy (SANE); founded US-USSR and US-Chinese Writers Conferences; served as a diplomat during 3 presidential administrations; produced numerous books on political, social, and medical issues; adjunct professor of medical humanities, UCLA, beginning in 1978, where he initiated the Task Force in Psychoneuroimmunology; received many awards, including the United Nations Peace Medal, the Albert Schweitzer Prize of Humanitarianism, and nearly fifty honorary doctorate degrees; he died on Nov. 30, 1990 in Los Angeles, CA.

Scope and Content

Collection covers the range of Cousins' career as magazine editor, author, and professor, with particular concentration in the subject areas of world government and medical issues, mostly concerning the role of the mind in healing the body. It consists of correspondence, subject files, photographs, scrapbooks, videotapes, audio tapes, datebooks and calendars, telephone logs, posters, and drafts of editorials, articles, speeches, radio broadcasts, and books.

Organization and Arrangement

Summary
  • 1. Material of the Office of War Information
  • ······Document Cases 1-14
  • 2. Project X
  • ······Document Cases 15-43
  • 3. UWF
  • ······Document Cases 44-59
  • 4. Personal and Business Correspondence
  • ······Document Cases 60-107
  • 5. Printed Material
  • ······Document Cases 108-128
  • 6. Personal and Business Correspondence
  • ······Document Cases 120-180
  • 7. Personal and Business Correspondence
  • ······Document Cases 180-299
  • 8. Personal and Business Correspondence
  • ······Document Cases 300-329
  • 9. Miscellaneous (Trips, Old Keedick lectures, reprints of Connecticut Educ., Amy Loveman)
  • ······Document Cases 330-333
  • 10. Mayor's Task Force on Air Pollution
  • ······Document Cases 334-336
  • 11. Transcripts used for Present Tense
  • ······Document Case 337
  • 12. Editorials
  • ······Document Cases 338-344
  • 13. Present Tense - Encore - Project X
  • ······Document Cases 345-351
  • 14. Correspondence
  • ······Document Cazes 352-395
  • 15. Miscellaneous
  • ······Document Cases 395-401
  • 16. Miscellaneous and Correspondence
  • ······Document Cases 402-403
  • 17. Miscellaneous
  • ······Document Case 404
  • 18. Amy Loveman, Neila Danielus materials
  • ······Document Case 405
  • 19. Miscellaneous
  • ······Document Cases 406-412 (407-HPCA, 410-UWF, 412-USIA)
  • 20. McCall's
  • ······Document Cases 413-414
  • 21. Dec. 1965 Itinerary - Philippines, McCalls
  • ······Document Case 415
  • 22. McCall's
  • ······Document Cases 416-417
  • 23. Miscellaneous
  • ······Document Cases 418-429 (419-SANE, 420 - UWF)
  • 24. Correspondence - 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970
  • ······Document Cases 430-493 (1968-Family of Man)
  • 25. UWF/WAWF - 1966
  • ······Document Cases 495-500
  • 26. National Programming Council: Biographies
  • ······Document Cases 501-504
  • 27. National Programming Council: Meeting materials
  • ······Document Cases 505-509
  • 28. National Programming Council; Accounting Information and Newsclips
  • ······Document Cases 510-515
  • 29. Public TV
  • ······Document Cases 516-521
  • 30. National Programming Council: Projects
  • ······Document Cases 522-524
  • 31. National Programming Council: Membership Information
  • ······Document Cases 525-530
  • 32. Miscellaneous and Correspondence
  • ······Document Cases 531-532
  • 33. Miscellaneous, Correspondence, Dartmouth VI
  • ······Document Cases 533-536
  • 34. Miscellaneous
  • ······Document Case 537 (Lester Pearson, Who Speaks for Man? Film script)
  • 35. Miscellaneous and Correspondence
  • ······Document Cases 538-555 (Hiroshima Maidens, Moral Adoptions, Hiroshima-Nagasaki exhibit)

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Cousins, Norman--Archives.
University of California, Los Angeles--Faculty--Archival resources.
Saturday review.
Periodical editors--United States--Archival resources.
Authors, American--20th century--Archival resources.
Political activists--Archival resources.
International relations.
Psychoneuroimmunology.

Related Material

World citizen [oral history transcript] / Norman Cousins, interviewee. UCLA Oral History Department interview, 1992. Available at Department of Special Collections, UCLA.

Container List

 

Volume 1

 

Material of The Office of War Information

 

Section 1 The Arts.

 

Clip. Unbound pamphlets, loose paper

Box 1, Folder 1

S-2231 The Arts in the United States by Ishbel Ross

Scope and Content Note

  • x. Her resume. Table of Contents.
  • y. Captions of the pictures.
  • Contents.
    • 1. Music in America.
    • (2. Folk Music in America) *missing
    • 3. Folk Festivals.
    • 4. American Art.
    • 5. American Architecture.
    • 6. U. S. Sculpture and Museums.
    • (7. The Commercial Theatre)
    • (8. The Community Theatre)
    • 9. The American Radio.
    • 10. Motion Pictures.

Note

See folder 4 for complete copy.
Box 1, Folder 1

The War's Effect upon the American Theatre. Part II. by John Cassner.

Box 1, Folder 1

S-2860 The Cultural Growth of the United States since 1900. by Stanley Williams.

Scope and Content Note

Serial article, three parts
Box 1, Folder 1

S-7667 Trends in American Architecture: 1940-1945. by Wm. Wilson Wurster. April, 1945.

 

Dance.

Physical Description: Unbound pamplets, loose paper.
Box 1, Folder 2

S-6215 Heidi Schoon, Dancer, Operates U.S. Ceramics Plant. Sept, 1944.

Box 1, Folder 2

S-5691 English Choreographer 0utstanding in U.S. Ballet. (d.c. Anthony Tudor) July, 1944.

Box 1, Folder 2

S-5692  English Dancer in U.S. Champions Ballet for All. July, 1944. (d.c.Anton Dolin)

Box 1, Folder 2

S-5984  U.S. Furniture of Modern Design. Oct, 1944.

Box 1, Folder 2

S-6613  Art and Archaelogy Newsletter. Oct, 1944.

Note

See folder 4 of this section.
 

Literature.

Box 1, Folder 3

S-7606  Literary Newsletter (editorial, Sat. Rev.) April, 1945. by Wm. Rose Beset. (patriotica ...)

Box 1, Folder 3

S-6230   Art and Archaelogy Newsletter. by Steph S. Luce & Millard Meiss. Sept 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

S-6125  Workshop in Intercultural Education. Sept 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

S-7638  The Amer. Acad. of Arts and Sciences, (anniversary) April 1945.

Box 1, Folder 3

S-7053  Islamic Art Shown in the United States. Dec 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

S-7136  Review of 1944, Science, the Arts, and Education. Jan, 1945.

Box 1, Folder 3

S-6517  Museum of Modern Arts, "Design for Use" Exhibit. Oct 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

S-5912  A Century of Creative Photography. Aug 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

S-5299   America House Markets U. S. Hand Crafts. June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-2231   The Arts in the United States by Ishbel Ross (complete)

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-6426   Fine American Glassware. Oct 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-4554   U. S Architects Plot Post-war Housing, Part I.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-6321  Prefabricated "Half-Hour" Houses. Sept 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-5293  Achievements in Modern Architecture in America. Sept 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-5329 San Francisco Ballet, Oldest Civic Company in America. June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-6763  The Byzantine Institute of Istanbul, Paris and Boston. by Seth T. Gano, secy of the Institute. Nov 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-5365  U. S. Exports Uncover the Mosaics of Hagia Sophia. June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-2260  Pottery of North Carolina

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-6255  Guggenheim Scholarships Benefit the Arts and Sciences. Sept 1944

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-7708  Literary Newsletter (Temper of the century... ) April, 1945 by Amy Loverlian.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-7538  Literary Newsletter (New publishing houses...) March, 1945 by Norman Cousins.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-7476  Literary Newsletter (Amer. Humour...) 13 March, 1945 by Henr Seidel Canby.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-7260  Literary Newsletter (Publisher's New Year....) Febr, 1945 by Norman Cousins.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-5772  Profile: Robert Frost, Amer. Poet. 21 July 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-5420  Wm Saroyan. A 'Living Legend' OWI June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-5475  The Pilgrimage of Ernest Hemingway. July, 1944.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-3737  Chas F. Lummis-----A Literary Biography.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-3474  John Steinbeck. Literary Reporter.

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-3973  U. S. Newspaperman a Leading Post. (d.r. Clifford J. Laube.)

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-2860  The Cultural Growth of the United States since 1900. by Stanley Williams. *2nd copy

Box 1, Folder 3

 S-4153  Profile: Sinclair Lewis, U. S. Author. 25 Jan 1944.

 

Miscellaneous

Box 1, Folder 4

 S-7586  Philatelic Review, by Ernest H. Kehr, Stamp Ed. N. Y. Her-Trib. April, 1945. OWI

Box 1, Folder 4

 S-7562  Art and Archaeology Newsletter #7. by Steph S. Luce & Millard Meiss April, 1945. OWI

Box 1, Folder 4

 S-7670  The Reconstruction of Education by I. N. Kandel April, 1945.

Box 1, Folder 4

 S-7436  Art and Archaeology, Newsletter #5. by Steph S. Luce & Millard Meiss. March, 1945.

Box 1, Folder 4

 S-7246  Art and Archaeology Newsletter. by Steph S. Luce & Millard Meiss. 15 Jan 1945.

Box 1, Folder 4

 S-7084  Art and Archaeology Newsletter #3. by Steph. S. Luce & Millard Meiss. JAN, 1945.

Box 1, Folder 4

 S-5616  Philatelic Newsletter by Ernest A. Kehr July, 1944.

Box 1, Folder 4

 S-4881  Inter-American Art by David E. Finley.

 

Motion Pictures (Radio &).

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7838  Library of Old Film Pictures Contains Collectors' Items. June 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7331  Film Actor Holds U.S. Democratic Office. (Albert Dekker) Febr 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7289  French Film Star Visits United States. (Pierre Blanchar) Febr 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7291  New Film Star Climbed to Success in One Picture. (Lauren Bacall) Febr 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7378  New Uses For Radio in the United States. Febr 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7371  Danny Kaye an Outstanding Comedian of the Screen. Febr 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7290   New Film Reflects U.S. Wartime Spirit. Febr 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7248    U.S. Radio used as Education Aid. Jan 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7179    Young U. S. Composer Enters Cinema Field. Jan 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6785    "The Sullivans"---American War Heroes. Dec 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7005    Helen Hayes, "The Mighty Atom" Dec. 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7178    Famed Novel Filmed in United States. (Richard Llewellyn: "None but the Lonely Heart") Jan 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7180    Paul Muni to play Alfred Nobel on Screen. Jan 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7177    Popular Film Star Returns from Philipine Battle. Jan 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7225    Hollywood Guild to Train Young Actors. Jan 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7222    Film of "Grand National" Popular in United States. Jan. 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6982    Ethel Barrymore, Stage Star at 65. Jan. 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6912    Post-War Schoo1 Courses in Motion Pictures. Dec. 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6905    Hour a Television Studio Operates. Dec 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6985    French. Italian and Spanish "Dubbed" into Hollywood Film. Dec. 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6924    American and Russian Film developments. Dec, 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6741    America's Pictorial Record. Oct 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6986    "Winged Victory" depicts Drama of U. S. Air Forces. Dec 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-7011    Teurneur, Film Director, Merges U. S. and French Techniques. Dec 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6823    The Walt Disney Studios---Home of Mickey Mouse. Nov 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6770    The American Soldier's Favorite Entertainer. (Dinah Shore) Nov 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6277    Robert Montgomery's War Career. Sept 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6975  Andre Girard's "Stations cf the Cross". Dec 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6884  Art and Archaeology Newsletter #3. Steph. S. Luce and Millard Meiss. 8 Dec 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6925  Michele Morgan finds "One World" Ideas at Work. Dec 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6641  America's Radio Voice. October, 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6683  Hollywood Newsletter. 10. Nov 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5148  Jennifer Jones, Star of Hollvwood's "Song of Bernadette".

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6326 Hollywood Newsletter. 2 Oct 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-4707 Hollywood Newsletter. 11 April 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6684  Humphrey Bogart. Blunt and Outspoken Film Star. Nov 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6589 Carole Landis, Hollywood Film Star in Pacific War Theatre. Oct 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6557  Paris-born TJ. S. Film Player plans to Return to France. Oct 1944. (d.c. Andrea King)

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6406  Barrier Finally Plays an American Role. 6 Oct 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6389 Manjou, Screen Star Entertained Soldiers Overseas. Oct 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6405  James Newcombe, Hollywood Film Editor. Oct 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6207  Hollywood Newsletter. 11 Sept 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6282  U. S. Film Star of Spanish Descent. Sept 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6414  Ann Sheridan Reports on Far-East Tour. 15 Sept 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6411  Ann Richards, Australian-born Film Star.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6284  Hollywood Script Girl Holds an Important Job. Sept 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6137  Arc Lamps Flood Film Sets with Brilliant Light. Sept 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6138  Maria Palmer, New Film Actress. Sept 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6285 Hollywood Newsletter. Sept 14, 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6209 Artists Work as Film Directors. Sept 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6139 Hollywood Newsletter Sept 8, 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6063  George Korvin. European-born. U.S. Film Star. Sept 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6136  Alfred Tbarra, Versatile U. S. Artist. Sept 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6090 Hollywood's Stunt Men Do Dangerous Work for Stars. Sept 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6121  Film Tells of Impact of War on Amer. Family. Aug 1941

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5789 Hollywood Newsletter Aug 1944.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5872  "Soldiers in Greasepaint" Entertain United Nations Troops. Aug 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5766  "Soldiers in Greasepaint" Lead Home-front Drives. 2 Aug 1944? )

Box 1, Folder 5

S-6061 Hollywood Nswsletter. 31 Aug 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5966  Charles Boyer, Film Star, Busy with War Work. Aug 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-5901  Claudette Colbert, French-born Amer. Film Star. Aug 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5937  Merle Oberon, British-born Hollywood Film Star. Aug 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5965  Victor Francen, Belgian-born Actor, in Hollywood. Aug 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5831  Explosives Experts devise Hollywood Battle-scene Blasts. Aug 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5817  Gracie Fields, English Star in Hollywood. Aug 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5816  Carts Grant to Star in Hollywood's "None but the Lonely Heart". Aug 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5819  Peter Godfrey, English-born Hollywood Director. Aug 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5725 Son of Korean Patriot is U. S. Film Actor. July 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5727  Film Dog's Earnings Help Blinded War Veterans. July 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5696 Hollywood Newsletter, 4 July 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5641 Rouben Mamoulian, Popular Film Director. July 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-5555  Hollywood Entertainers Expect Philippine Assignments. July 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-5661  Bette Davis tells of Her Work. July 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-7641 The Motion Picture Academy's Activities during 1944 by Walter Wanger, president, Acad. Mot. Fict. Arts & Sc. Mar. 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-7546  Hollywood Studios Maintain Schools for Child Actors. March 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-7507 America's Amateur Film Makers April 1945

Box 1, Folder 5

S-7506  Sound Technique Overcomes "Dead" Spots in Cinema Houses. March 1945

Box 1, Folder 5

S-7377  Screen Star returns from China Burrs India Tour. (Pat O'Brien) Febr 1945

Box 1, Folder 5

 S-6439 British Hospital Setting For Broadway Play. Oct 1944

Box 1, Folder 5

S-4366 U.S. Film Star Entertains Troops in Alaska. (Ingrid Bergman)

Box 1, Folder 5

S-7378 New Uses for Radio in the United States. Febr 1945.

Box 1, Folder 5

S-7491 The Radio Corporation of America Research Laboratory. March 1945

 

Motion Pictures Folder.

Note

Note in folder: Motion Pictures to Aug. 20/44 - Cousins' file
Box 1, Folder 6

S-4185  The Complex Job of Hollywood Costume Designers.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5556  Hollywood Newsletter, 12 July 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5259 Ray Milland, Welsh-born Film Star. June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5508 How Film Stars Lesrn their Lines. July 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5471  Hollywood's Youngest Top-flight Director is of Russian Descent. June 1944 (Edw. Dmytryk)

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5330  Jack Benny, U. S. Film and Radio Star, Entertaining Troops. June 1941

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5328  Authentic Russian Scenes Recreated in U.S. Film. June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3720  Maureen O'Hara Portrays Varied Screen Types.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3770  Hollywood Newsletter, 4 Jan 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5422  Fan Mail Advice Heeded in Hollywood. June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5423  Hollywood Newsletter, June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5324  Joseph Calleia, Nollvwood Film Player,, Native of Malta. June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5232  Motion Picture Hazards Restful for Italian-born Actor. May 1944 (Geo. Dolenz)

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5244  Hollywood Newsletter, June 1944

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5233 Hollywood Cameramen Working on All War Fronts. June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5051 European Stars in Hollywood Continue Battle against Fascism.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5326  LeRoy Prinz, Hollywood Dance Director. June 1944

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5327  Sydney Greenstreet U.S. Film Villain, born in England. June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5149  Liorel Barrymore, Composer. *2nd copy

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5199  Betty Grable, "Pin-up" Champion. June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5023  Hollywood Newsletter. 19 May 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5000  U. S. Screen Idol Returns to Films. (Francis Y. Bushman)

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5198  Los Angeles Honours United Nations. May 1944

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5069  Hollywood Honours George Pal, Hungarian-born Producer.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5276  U.S. Firms send Medicines to Many Parts of World. June 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5118  Hollywood Films Reflect Public Desire for Fine Literature.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-5052  Paulette Goddard--"Kiss Precious Cargo".

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4923  Film Star Paulette Goddard entertains U. S. Troops in India and China.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4929  Hollywood Newsletter. 6 May 1944.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4921  Hedy Lamarr. Film Beauty and U.S. Canteen Hostess.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4761  Hollywood Newsletter. 18 April 1944

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4610  Hollywood Newsletter. 8 April 1944

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4714  American Cinema Looks back over First 50 Years.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4444.  Hungarian Motion-Picture Director Stresses Music. By Joseph Pasternak.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4563  The Army studies Films.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4626  Seven Sons of Lebanon Operate Motion-Picture Chain.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4431  Hollywood Newsletter.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4104  Hollywood Newsletter.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4225  Hollywood supports League for War-workers and Troops.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4322  Yugoslav Film-expert Perfects Montage Technique.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4334  Wounded U.S. War Heroes fight again, but for Films.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4257  U. S. Soliers enjoy Varied Motion-picture Fare.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4227  Hollywood Newsletter.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4347 U. S. Motion-picture Ingenuity Creates Wartime Substitutes,

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4267  The Future of Motion-Pictures in China.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4075  America's Box-office Mr. Leaders.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4200  Hollywood Actor of Yugoslav Descent Works for Victory.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4094  Hollywood Property Men Specialise in Old Furnishings.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4183  U.S. Screen Star made Acting Debut in School Pageant. (Don Ameche)

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3968  Joseph Calleia: U.S. Actor. with International Background

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4022  Actor of Irish Descent Portrays Many Nationalities. (J. Carroll Naish)

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4073  Master Plasterer of Hollywood.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4027  Hollywood Experts Achieve Miracles in make-up.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-4093  Hollywood Newsletter.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3776  Youthful Actors Go to School on Hollywood Lots.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3819  Hungarian-born Paul Lukas a Star of U. S. Stage and Screen.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3707  Hollywood Is 'Special Effects'.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3733  Utmost Skill Required of Hollywood Stuntmen.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3430  Hollywood Newsletter. 18 Nov 1943.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3639  Hollywood Newsletter. 11 Dec 1943

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3583  Turhan Bev's Success in Hollywood Films.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3335  Film Premieres in Hollywood.

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3344  Hollywood Newsletter, 3 Nov 1943

Box 1, Folder 6

S-3100  Hollywood's Role in War Photography. by Vera Caspary.

 

Music.

Box 1, Folder 7

S-7746 A Brief Resumé of Musical Activity in Southern California (1939-1945) by Lawrence Morton May 1945.

Box 1, Folder 7

S-7742  Music in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. by George Frederick McKay May 1945.

Box 1, Folder 7

S-7480  Musical Education in the United States. by R. D. Welch March 1945

Box 1, Folder 7

S-7488  The Metropolitan Opera on Tour. March 1945

Box 1, Folder 7

S-7334  Opera in the United States during the War. by Douglas Moore Febr 1945

Box 1, Folder 7

S-6978  Rare Cvmbals Made from Middle East Formula. (d.r. Avedis Zildjian, coppersmith) Dec 1944

Box 1, Folder 7

S-7091  World Music Organisation Proposed. Jan 1945

Box 1, Folder 7

S-6935  America's Industrial Museums. Dec 1944

Box 1, Folder 7

S-7590  America's Appreciation of Tchaikovsky. April 1945

Box 1, Folder 7

8-7600  Music in San Francisco. by Alfred Frankenstein. April 1945.

Box 1, Folder 7

S-6981  Music in American Schools. Dec 1944

Box 1, Folder 7

S-6756  America's Musician's Congress. Nov 1944.

Box 1, Folder 7

S-6649  Oldest U.S. Settlement Music School has 1200 Pupils. Oct 1944.

Box 1, Folder 7

S-6553  English-born Engineer Photographs Music in Colour. Oct 1944.

Box 1, Folder 7

S-5620  Carrillons new Part of American Scene. Sept 1944.

Box 1, Folder 7

S-6307  Trend of American Music. by Gian-carlo Menotti. Oct 1944.

Box 1, Folder 7

S-6112  Classical Albums Sent to Servicemen Sept 1944.

Box 1, Folder 7

S-6089  Study Modern Music Education Sept. 1944.

Box 1, Folder 7

S-6757  America Preserves Art of Making Fine Violins. Oct 1944.

Box 1

Painting.

 

S-6821  America's Collection of Italian Art. Kress Donation Enriches National Gallery of Art. Nov 1944.

Box 1

S-6921  America's Institute of Fine Arts. Dec 1944.

Box 1

S-6290  Program to Salvage Heritage of Art in Europe. Sept 1944.

Box 1

S-6069  U. S. War Workers Exhibit Own Art. August 1944.

Box 1

S-6175  American Art Restorer Now in War Work. Sept 1944.

Box 1

S-5782  America's Primitive Painters Foster a Significant Art. July 1944.

Box 1

S-5559  U.S. Marine Corps Artists. June 1944.

Box 1

S-5445  Metropolitan Museum Celebrates Return of Masterpieces. June 1944.

Box 1

S-4819  Frederic Goudy, Famous U.S. Type Designer.

Box 1

S-4850  Curry, American Regional Painter.

Box 1

S-5266  Current Exhibit of American Portraits.

Box 1

S-5306  Grandma Moses wins Reknown at 84.

Box 1

S-5040  New York Artist Paints People of Many Nations.

Box 1

S-4933  Burchfield, American Water-colourist.

Box 1

S-4899  Dorothy Eaton, New England Painter of Village Scenes.

Box 1

S-4617  Art Students League Plans for Returning Veterans.

Box 1

S-4464  Caleb Bingham, U.S. Painter of Turbulent Scenes.

Box 1

S-4283  Currier and Ives: Recorders of Americana.

Box 1

S-4198  Religious Art of New Mexican Colonists.

Box 1

S-4142 John Holmgren---U.S. Advertising Artist.

Box 1

S-3397 Fred Pansdorf, Unusual American Artist.

Box 1

S-4846  Sergeant Paints Mural of U.S. Infantry School Training.

Box 1

S-3592  John Sloan---A Leading U. S. Impressionistic Artist.

Folder 9

Sculpture. folder

Box 1

S-3190  Malvina Hoffman, Noted Sculptor, Turns to New Tasks.

Box 1

S-6813  Art Club in. America for United Nations Servicemen. Dec 1944

Box 1

S-6351  Interest in Rovers Groups as Folk-art Revived. Oct 1944

 

Material of The Office of War Information

 

Section A.

Box 2, Folder 1

Axis Boasts. Intelligence Notes

Box 2, Folder 2

Administration. OWI Administrative Instructions

Box 2, Folder 3

Agriculture. Italy

Box 2, Folder 4

Albania.

Box 2, Folder 5

Airraids Italy. Evacuation, Looting, Profiteering, etc.

 

Section B.

Box 2, Folder 1

Balkans.

Scope and Content Note

Balkan Target Area Plan for Propaganda in Balkans, incl. supplies for guerillas.
Box 2, Folder 2

Barnes, Joseph. Functions of Broadcast Control Division 15 Nov 1942.

Box 2, Folder 3

Beller. Propaganda for Italy

Scope and Content Note

Letter, Edw. Stanley to Joseph Facci. 19 Oct 1942 d.c. publications in Italian.
Box 2, Folder 4

British. Propaganda for Britain.

Scope and Content Note

OWI, 2 memoranda.
 

Section C.

Box 2, Folder 1

Cables. mostly d.c. the state of Amer. Propaganda in the Middle East.

Box 2, Folder 2

Calendar. *incl. one memo on Italian War Statistics.

Box 2, Folder 3

Campanari. Propaganda for Italy.

Box 2, Folder 4

Cartoons. clipped from newspapers, political, all dated.

Box 2, Folder 5

Corsica. annexation by Italy.

Box 2, Folder 6

Cranston, Alan. chief, Foreign Lang. Div., OWI, Washington.

 

Section, CONTEMPORARY AMERICA.

 

1. Miscellaneous Americana.

Box 2

S-6040 Comparative Distances, Pacific & European War Theatres. tables.

Box 2

S-7828 Leadership Opinion Poll Set up in United States. Jun 1945.

Box 2

S-7344 America and the Americans. Febr 1945.

Box 2

S-7127 Modern Industrial Town. Kingsport, Tenn. Febr 1945.

Box 2

S-7155 Modern U.S. Food Looker Plant. Jan 1945.

Box 2

S-6868 The Future of Alaska. Oct 1944.

Box 2

S-7156 Background on St Lawrence Seaway Project. Jan 1945.

Box 2

S-6883 Background on U.S. Presidential Inauguration. Dec 1944.

Box 2

S-6881 America's Fourth Wartime Christmas. Nov 1944.

Box 2

S-6812 January Anniversaries. Nov 1944.

Box 2

S-6417 New York City Parks. Oct 1944.

Box 2

S-6413 New American Millinery Styles. Oct 1944.

Box 2

S-6338 Guarding the U.S. Statue of Liberty. Sept 1944.

Box 2

S-6248 Philatelic Newsletter, by Ernest A. Kehr Sept 1944.

Box 2

S-4473 Heritage of the American Indian (Part IV)

Box 2

S-4990 Philatelic Newsletter, by Ernest Kehr 17 May 1944.

Box 2

S-3632 Autobiographical Notes, by Faith Baldwin

Box 2

S-3732 Philatelic Newsletter, by Ernest A. Kehr 20 Dec 1943

Box 2

S-3340 Edna Slocum---Housewife, Mother and War-worker.

Box 2

S-3423 The American Parade 17 Nov 1943

Box 2

S-3460 Letters from Home, by Faith Baldwin

Box 2

S-2996 An American Friend of Mine, by Martha Ostenso

Box 2

S-2921 The Carnegie Endowment's Work Abroad.

Box 2

S-2867 Guggenheim Foundation Advances Scholarships.

Box 2

S-3525 Retired Bakery Owner Works in U.S. Shipyard.

Box 2, Folder 2

American Newsletter.

Scope and Content Note

Headings:
  • SCIENCE & Industry
  • AGRICULTURE
  • ARTS
  • LABOUR
  • EDUCATION
Box 2

S-7709 2 May 1945

Box 2

S-7762 May 1945

Box 2

S-7611 17 Apr 1945

Box 2

S-7523 26 March 1945

Box 2

S-7458 12 March 1945

Box 2

S-7326 Febr 1945

Box 2

S-7389 28 Febr 1945

Box 2

S-7234 #5 Jan 1945

Box 2

S-7164 Jan 1945

Box 2

S-7070 28 Dec 1944

Box 2

S-6996 Dec 1944

Folder 3

Agriculture.

Box 2

S-7947 Soilless Gardens for Desert Areas. July 1945.

Box 2

S-7669 Rototiller Designed for Many Farm Uses. April 1945.

Box 2

S-7585 U.S. Laboratory for Agriculture Statistics.

Box 2

S-7310 U.S. Wheat and Growing Methods, Part I. Febr 1945.

Box 2

S-7355 Floating Food Laboratory Tours Agricultural Country. March 1945

Box 2

S-7230 America Awaits Complete Rural Electrification. Jan 1945

Box 2

S-6886 New Futures for Wood Jan 1945.

Box 2

S-7165 Science in Agriculture, by E. C. Auchter, Administrator of Agricultural Research, U.S. Dept. Agr. Jan 1945.

Box 2

S-6738 Swamp Drainage Methods in the United States. Nov 1944

Box 2

S-6904 Reclamation of American Arid Region. Nov 1944.

Box 2

S-7012 New Machine Hay-baler Developed. Dec 1944.

Box 2

S-6937 The Mechanical Cotton-picker. Dec 1944

Box 2

S-6631 Toward Greater Soil Fertility, By Geo. D. Scarseth, Director, American Farm Research Association. Nov 1944.

Box 2

S-6433 Cottonseed Processing Methods in the United States. Nov 1944

Box 2

S-62 U.S. Grain Elevators. Sept 1944.

Box 2

S-6372 Mechanical Handling of American Crops. Sept 1944.

Box 2

S-6162 Irrigation Makes U.S. Desert Areas Fertile.

Box 2

S-6205 U.S. Boy Foresters Solve Wartime Manpower Problem.

Box 2

S-6689 U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics.

Box 2

S-6343 America's Post-war Agriculture Problems. Oct 1944.

Scope and Content Note

(Statement of U.S. Secy of Agr, Claude R. Wickard at a Hearing of the House Sp. Comm. 23 Aug 1944.
Box 2

S-6504 U.S. Government Uses Natural Cold Storage Plant. Oct 1944.

Box 2

S-6582 Trends in the Industrial Use of Cottonseed Products. Oct 1944.

Box 2

S-6583 Wartime Uses of Cottonseed Products. Oct 1944.

Box 2

S-5386 Weeds Help Save Precious Topsoil. May 1944.

Box 2

S-4879 U.S. Govt Program Improves Small Farms and Farm Life.

Box 2

S-4919 Work of the U.S. Rural Electrification Administration.

Box 2

S-4867 Speech Excerpts for your file:

Scope and Content Note

SOIL CONSERVATION: NUMBER ONE POST-WAR JOB. U.S. Secy of Agr. Claude Wickard. 17 Apr 1944, Reading, Penna.
Box 2

S-4760 Agriculture and Industry Cooperate under U.S. Department.

Box 2

S-4732 California Figs for Men on Fighting Fronts.

Box 2

S-4423 Shelterbelts in the U.S. Mid-west.

Box 2

S-4755 Peary's Conquest of the North Pole. By Commander Donald B. MacMillan.

Box 2

S-4569 Lowdermilk. U.S. Expert on Soil Conservation.

Box 2

S-4447 Agricultural Research Project of War Importance. by Robt. M. Salter, Chief, Bur. Plant Industry, Soils & Agr. Engineering, U.S. Agr. Research Administration.

 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 3, Folder 1

Descriptions.

Physical Description: (10 pamphlets)
Box 3, Folder 2

Government.

Physical Description: (15 pamphlets)
Box 3, Folder 3

Industry. (34 pamphlets, 12 of them are Developments and Trends in American Industries.)

Box 3, Folder 4

Labor.

Physical Description: (22 pamphlets)
Box 3, Folder 5

Natural Resources.

Physical Description: (8 pamphlets)
Box 3, Folder 6

Negro. (21 pamphlets, 16 of them are Negro Newsletter)

Box 3, Folder 7

Negro. (49 pamphlets, 33 of them are Negro Newsletter and 8 are Profile)

Box 3, Folder 8

Politics.

Physical Description: (14 pamphlets)
Box 3, Folder 9

Profile - Civil.

Physical Description: (87 pamphlets)
Box 3, Folder 10

Religion. (12 pamphlets, 9 of them are Catholic News of the Week)

 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 4, Folder 1

Religion. (86 pamphlets, most of them consisting of Catholic News of the Week and Protestant Newslatter)

Box 4, Folder 2

Social.

Physical Description: (35 pamphlets)
Box 4, Folder 3

Women.

Physical Description: (26 pamphlets)
Box 4, Folder 4

Sports. (72 pamphlets, 68 of them are In the U.S. Sports World)

Box 4, Folder 5

Transportation.

Physical Description: (2 pamphlets)
Box 4, Folder 6

Dalmatia.

Physical Description: (1 pamphlet)
Box 4, Folder 7

Davis, Elmer. (11 letters of correspondence to and from Mr. Elmer Davis.)

Box 4, Folder 8

Desser, Hanna F.

Physical Description: (1 loose sheet)
 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 5, Folder 1

Directives.

Physical Description: (19 -pamphlets and loose sheets)
Box 5, Folder 2

Distribution, Proof of.

Physical Description: (1 loose sheet)
Box 5, Folder 3

De Bosis, Lauro.

Physical Description: (14 - mostly loose sheets of paper)
Box 5, Folder 4

Economic.

Physical Description: (25 Intelligence Notes)
Box 5, Folder 5

Egypt.

Physical Description: (1 pamphlet)
Box 5, Folder 6

Eisenhower.

Physical Description: (1 loose sheet)
Box 5, Folder 7

England.

Physical Description: (1 pamphlet)
Box 5, Folder 8

Eritrea.

Physical Description: (11 - pamphlets and loose sheets)
Box 5, Folder 9

F.C. C. Letters.

Physical Description: (1 loose sheet)
Box 5, Folder 10

Food - Italy. (22 - mostly Intelligence Notes)

Box 5, Folder 11

Books and Periodicals. (65 pamphlets, most of which are Book News and Book Notes.)

Box 5, Folder 12

Colleges.

Physical Description: (10 pamphlets)
Box 5, Folder 13

Schools.

Physical Description: (18 pamphlets)
Box 5, Folder 14

Booklet. The U.N. fight for the FOUR FREEDOMS.

Box 5, Folder 15

Fascist Government.

Physical Description: (65 pamphlets and loose sheets, mainly Intelligence Notes.)
 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 6, Folder 1

Freedom of Press.

Physical Description: (13 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 2

Fringe.

Physical Description: (2 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 3

Arabs.

Physical Description: (4 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 4

German - Austria-Hungary.

Physical Description: (14 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 5

Balkans.

Physical Description: (27 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 6

Belgium.

Physical Description: (12 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 7

Canada.

Physical Description: (2 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 8

China.

Physical Description: (47 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 9

Czechoslovakia.

Physical Description: (6 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 10

Denmark.

Physical Description: (12 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 11

Dutch.

Physical Description: (10 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 12

England.

Physical Description: (4 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 13

France.

Physical Description: (36 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 14

Germany.

Physical Description: (27 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 15

Greece.

Physical Description: (12 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 16

India.

Physical Description: (24 pamphlets)
Box 6, Folder 17

Italy.

Physical Description: (39 pamphlets)
 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 7, Folder 1

[UNK].

Physical Description: (39 pamphlets)
Box 7, Folder 2

Near East.

Physical Description: (18 pamphlets)
Box 7, Folder 3

Norway.

Physical Description: (5. pamphlets)
Box 7, Folder 4

Philippines, etc.

Physical Description: (34 - pamphlets and loose sheets)
Box 7, Folder 5

Latin America.

Physical Description: (25 pamphlets)
Box 7, Folder 6

Poland.

Physical Description: (5 pamphlets)
Box 7, Folder 7

Russia.

Physical Description: (13 pamphlets)
Box 7, Folder 8

Spsin.

Physical Description: (2 pamphlets)
Box 7, Folder 9

Sweden.

Physical Description: (5 pamphlets)
Box 7, Folder 10

Turkey.

Physical Description: (2 pamphlets)
Box 7, Folder 11

German Economic Penetration.

Physical Description: (3 pamphlets)
Box 7, Folder 12

Germany - Conditions.

Physical Description: (17 - pamphlets and loose sheets)
Box 7, Folder 13

Greece.

Physical Description: (21 - pamphlets, loose sheets, and newspapers clippings.)
Box 7, Folder 14

Memorandum.

Physical Description: (36 pamphlets and loose sheets)
Box 7, Folder 15

Home Front.

Physical Description: (28 pamphlets and loose sheets - mostly Intelligence Notes)
Box 7, Folder 16

Hungary.

Physical Description: (5 pamphlets)
 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 8

1. Index of Feb. 11, 1943.

Box 8, Folder 2

Italian Desk.

Physical Description: (3 pamphlets and 1 map)
Box 8, Folder 3

Intelligence Digest.

Physical Description: (3 pamphlets)
Box 8, Folder 4

Japan.

Physical Description: (1 sheet)
Box 8, Folder 5

Jugoslavia.

Physical Description: (97 Intelligence Notes)
Box 8, Folder 6

LL Complete-Leaflets, Italian.

Physical Description: (3 pamphlets)
Box 8, Folder 7

Lagoudakis, H. C.

Physical Description: (2 notes)
Box 8, Folder 8

Leaflets. (empty)

Box 8, Folder 9

Letter Project.

Physical Description: (1 pamphlet)
Box 8, Folder 10

Libya. (empty)

Box 8, Folder 11

Losses-Italian.

Physical Description: (4 pamphlets-Intelligence Notes)
Box 8, Folder 12

Megaro, Gaudens.

Physical Description: (2 loose sheets)
Box 8, Folder 13

Moorehead, Alan.

Physical Description: (1 loose sheet)
Box 8, Folder 14

Office of War Information Reports.

Physical Description: (2 newspaper articles and 1 pamphlet)
Box 8, Folder 15

Outpost.

Physical Description: (6 pamphlets)
Box 8, Folder 16

O. W. I. Staff Orders.

Physical Description: (7 pamphlets and loose sheets)
Box 8, Folder 17

Arts and Letters.

Physical Description: (20 newspapers)
Box 8, Folder 18

FYI.

Physical Description: (57 newspapers)
Box 8, Folder 19

Mickey Mouse Hitler Quotes.

Physical Description: (17 pamphlets and loose sheets)
Box 8, Folder 20

Military.

Physical Description: (29 Pamphlets-Intelligence Notes)
 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 9, Folder 1

Highlights.

Physical Description: (51 newspapers)
Box 9, Folder 2

Review.

Physical Description: (69 newspapers)
Box 9, Folder 3

Round-Up.

Physical Description: (11 newspapers)
Box 9, Folder 4

Science Review.

Physical Description: (18 newspapers)
Box 9, Folder 5

Patrick, Ted.

Physical Description: (18 pamphlets and loose sheets)
Box 9, Folder 6

Pictures.

Physical Description: (5 pictures)
Box 9, Folder 7

Plan - Appendix. (empty)

Box 9, Folder 8

Prisoners.

Physical Description: (6 pamphlets and one picture)
Box 9, Folder 9

Public Opinion in Italian Areas.

Physical Description: (9 pamphlets)
Box 9, Folder 10

Propaganda Campaign.

Physical Description: (4 pamphlets)
Box 9, Folder 11

Propaganda from R.R.S.

Physical Description: (39 loose sheets - mainly memos)
 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 10, Folder 1

Propaganda - Plans.

Physical Description: (13 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 2

Post War Reconstruction.

Physical Description: (41 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 3

Radios - Clandestine.

Physical Description: (1 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 4

Requisitions.

Physical Description: (33 loose sheets and pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 5

Research Miscellaneous. (empty)

Box 10, Folder 6

Resistance.

Physical Description: (7 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 7

Rochford, Daniel.

Physical Description: (18 loose sheets and pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 8

Roosevelt.

Physical Description: (26 pamphlete)
Box 10, Folder 9

Russia.

Physical Description: (8 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 10

Sammis, Ed.

Physical Description: (34 loose sheets and pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 11

Sears, Tom.

Physical Description: (6 loose sheets)
Box 10, Folder 12

Security.

Physical Description: (1 pamphlet)
Box 10, Folder 13

Shaw, Bruno.

Physical Description: (3 loose sheets)
Box 10, Folder 14

Slave Traffic for Hitler.

Physical Description: (1 pamphlet)
Box 10, Folder 15

Special.

Physical Description: (1 pamphlet)
Box 10, Folder 16

Specialities.

Physical Description: (12 loose sheets and pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 17

Stanley, Ed.

Physical Description: (4 loose sheets)
Box 10, Folder 18

State Department.

Physical Description: (2 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 19

Steel Pact.

Physical Description: (3 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 20

Aviation.

Physical Description: (7 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 21

Engineering.

Physical Description: (5 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 22

Health.

Physical Description: (7 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 23

Inventions.

Physical Description: (16 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 24

Medicine.

Physical Description: (25 pamphlets)
Box 10, Folder 25

Miscellaneous.

Physical Description: (12 pamphlets)
 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 11, Folder 1

Truman.

Physical Description: (5 pamphlets and loose sheets)
Box 11, Folder 2

On Domestic Subjects.

Physical Description: (43 loose sheets and pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 3

On International Subjects.

Physical Description: (50 pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 4

Target Area Plan.

Physical Description: (19 pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 5

T. A.C. S.

Physical Description: (20 loose sheets and pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 6

Transportation.

Physical Description: (2 loose sheets)
Box 11, Folder 7

Travel.

Physical Description: (12 loose sheets)
Box 11, Folder 8

Tripoli.

Physical Description: (4 pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 9

Tunisia.

Physical Description: (3 pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 10

No Title.

Physical Description: (6 pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 11

Spanish Pamphlets.

Physical Description: (8 pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 12

Burlingame, M.

Physical Description: (7 pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 13

U.S., Nazis Comment On.

Physical Description: (21 pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 14

U.S.A., Memos to O. Dystel.

Physical Description: (15 loose sheets and pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 15

United Nations.

Physical Description: (33 pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 16

Vatican. (8 loose sheets - Intelligence Notes)

Box 11, Folder 17

Victory Book.

Physical Description: (3 loose sheets)
Box 11, Folder 18

Wallace, Henry.

Physical Description: (2 pamphlets)
Box 11, Folder 19

Warehouse Inventory.

Physical Description: (2 loose sheets)
Box 11, Folder 20

Welles, Summer.

Physical Description: (2 newspaper clippings)
Box 11, Folder 21

Workers.

Physical Description: (29 pamphlets and loose sheets)
 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 12, Folder 1

World War I.

Physical Description: (7 pamphlets and loose sheets)
Box 12, Folder 2

World Wide Broadcasting Foundation.

Physical Description: (7 pamphlets)
Box 12, Folder 3

WRUL. (empty)

Box 12, Folder 4

AMG.

Physical Description: (13 pamphlets)
Box 12, Folder 5

Armed Services.

Physical Description: (52 pamphlets)
Box 12, Folder 6

Axis Quotes.

Physical Description: (13 pamphlets)
Box 12, Folder 7

Events of War.

Physical Description: (35 pamphlets)
Box 12, Folder 8

Events of War.

Physical Description: (22 pamphlets)
Box 12, Folder 9

Production.

Physical Description: (10 pamphlets)
Box 12, Folder 10

Profiles - Military.

Physical Description: (49 pamphlets)
Box 12, Folder 11

Personalities - Military.

Physical Description: (172 pamphlets and loose sheets)
 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 13

1. Looseleaf containing information from the letter I-Z. (See #6 on this page.)

Box 13, Folder 2

Booklet. The Life of Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Box 13, Folder 3

Book. Directory of Organization in America Concerned With China by Wilma Fairbank. Publ. by American Council of Learned Societies. 1942.

Box 13, Folder 4

Pamphlet. Divide and Conquer. by Office of War Information.

Box 13, Folder 5

Booklet. Report on the Far East from Gripsholm Passengers. (1942)

Box 13, Folder 6

Looseleaf containing information from the letter A-H (Placed in front of #1).

Box 13, Folder 7

Blue looseleaf containing miscellaneous information (suggestions, syndicate, synd. recap., microfilm, reports, cables, exoutposts, Am. Review, photos)

Box 13, Folder 8

Booklet. Chinese wording. U.S.A. written on top.

Box 13, Folder 9

Booklet. Asia. Magazine of Nov., 1941.

Box 13, Folder 10

Congressional Record. Proceedings and Debates of the 78th Congress, 2nd session. Vol. 90, No. 11.

 

Material of The Office of War Information

Box 14, Folder 1

Book. China After Five Years of War, Prepared under the auspices of the Ministry of Information of the Republic of China. (Chinese News Service, an agency of the Chinese Government)

Physical Description: 2 copies.
Box 14, Folder 2

Italian Monthly Magazine. Il Mondo Mensile (The World) 6 copies of Aug., 1942, July, 1942, April, 1942, June, 1942 and two of June, 1941.

Box 14, Folder 3

Congressional Record. Proceedings and Debates of the 78th Congress, 2nd session, Vol. 90, No. 1. and Vol. 90, No. 12

Box 14, Folder 4

Federal Register. The National Archives of the U.S. Vol. 9, No. 14.

Box 14, Folder 5

1 loose sheet of paper entitled “Tanker in Convoy” by K.W. Salyer.

Box 14, Folder 6

Pamphlet. Through Hell to Murmansk by Fred Herman. Original and carbons (2)

Box 14, Folder 7

Pamphlet. Chapter XII “Full Stride” (From Target: Germany) Original.

Box 14, Folder 8

Pamphlet. T.V.A.--An Inspiration for World Reconstruction by James Pope. Carbon.

Box 14, Folder 9

Pamphlet. Tomorrow's Casoline: TRIPTANE by John A. Mirt. Carbon.

Box 14, Folder 10

Pamphlet. The Are All Our Children by Otto Zoff. from They Shall Inherit the Earth. Carbon.

Box 14, Folder 11

Pamphlet. Target: Germany. Carbon.

Box 14, Folder 12

Large smooth sheets of paper. Front one entitled U.S.A. A Portrait in miniature of America and Americans in Wartime.

Box 14, Folder 13

Group of 15 photos clipped together. Picture story U.S.A. IV

Box 14, Folder 14

More large smooth pages front one entitled Regional Chiefs.

Box 14, Folder 15

Miscellaneous correspondence to and from Norman Cousins.

Box 14, Folder 16

1 Memorandum dated 7/30/43.

Box 14, Folder 17

One Every Day File containing mainly newspaper clippings.

 

Project X.

Box 15, Folder 1

One Every Day File. containing mainly correspondence and [UNK]

Box 15, Folder 2

One Every Day File containing miscellaneous articles on original or carbon.

 

Project X.

Box 16, Folder 1

Proofs. (Dewey, Schreiber, Robinson, White, “What We Expect,” Rank, Ruml, Burton, Knight, Gruening, Frank-Football, Klein-“We Occupy”)

Box 16, Folder 2

John P. Marquand. (Proofs of Repent in Haste, A Short Novel in Two Parts by Marquand.)

Box 16, Folder 3

# 1 Editorials ready for press. (“Anniversary Coming Up” “Hopeful But Anxious” “ `Si' Equals `Ja' ” “Nothing to Stand On” “The Silent Army” “How to Prevent Strikes”)

Box 16, Folder 4

Box Copy #1. (30 pages and pamphlets of editorials etc.)

Box 16, Folder 5

Copy #1 as sent to Press. (38 pages and pamphlets of stories by various authors)

Box 16, Folder 6

Miscellaneous Writings.

Physical Description: (83 pages and pamphlets)
 

Project X.

Box 17, Folder 1

Needle on a Scratchy Record. (short story by J.D. Salinger)

Box 17, Folder 2

St. Elmo's Fire. (short story by Ken W. Purdy)

Box 17, Folder 3

The Hidden Cate. (short story by Roderick Lull)

Box 17, Folder 4

Alaska: The Veterans' State? (by Ernest Gruening)

Box 17, Folder 5

Are Movie Fans Human? (covers of old movie magazines and some photos)

Box 17, Folder 6

Violets are Red. (cuttings for the article)

Box 17, Folder 7

The Wall. (cutting for the articles)

Box 17, Folder 8

The Sins of Jasner Crispy. by Leo [UNK] (cuttings for the article)

Box 17, Folder 9

Pernard [UNK] to Future Historians: Some Unknown Facts About My Career. (cuttings and photos)

Box 17, Folder 10

Advertising Art. (sample photos, some negatives)

Box 17, Folder 11

The Daily News. (clippings, photos, comics, some in negative)

Box 17, Folder 12

Do the Generals Have a Chance? (cuttings and photos)

Box 17, Folder 13

Protrait of the Actor as a Young Man. by Selden Rodman (cuttings)

Box 17, Folder 14

Fly Your Own ăCoffin. by Neil Naiden (cuttings)

Box 17, Folder 15

Schools are Child Prisons. (empty)

Box 17, Folder 16

This Man Marshall. by Merle Miller (cuttings)

Box 17, Folder 17

How Not to Tell a Story. by Bennett Cerf. (cuttings and photos, some negatives)

Box 17, Folder 18

General Groves. by Merle Miller. (cuttings, photo, negative)

Box 17, Folder 19

Are You Promoting an Atomic War? by Leland [UNK]

Box 17, Folder 20

Chromosomes. (photos, clippings, negatives)

Box 17, Folder 21

America Wants to [UNK] (negative, photo)

Box 17, Folder 22

The Magnificent Yankees. (photos, clippings, negatives)

Box 17, Folder 23

The Business [UNK] Last Chance. by Beardsley Ruml

Box 17, Folder 24

State of the Union. (play, dummy #2)

Box 17, Folder 25

How to Run A Castle. (photos, negatives)

Box 17, Folder 26

The 80th Congress. (photo, negative)

Box 17, Folder 27

[UNK]

 

Project X.

Box 18, Folder 1

Mr. Myles' Power. by William Krauss.

Box 18, Folder 2

Thunder Out of China. (photos, negatives, clippings)

Box 18, Folder 3

Too Many Vice Presidents. (photos, negatives, clippings)

Box 18, Folder 4

Male Sperm. by William Laurence. (cuttings, sketches; part of Too Many Vice Presidents - see no. 3)

Box 18, Folder 5

Mr. Meany. (clippings, photos, negatives)

Box 18, Folder 6

Vatican. (clippings from an Italian newspaper, sketches)

Box 18, Folder 7

Why Remain A Negro. (cuttings, sketches)

Box 18, Folder 8

Your Heart Can Take It. by Charles Robinson. (cuttings, advertisements)

Box 18, Folder 9

Medal for the Major. by Ira Wolfert. (clippings, negative, sketches)

Box 18, Folder 10

Oklahoma. by John Cunther. (clippings)

Box 18, Folder 11

Only Judas Hates the Jews. by Thomas Sugrue. (clippings, sketches, also cuttings from one other article What Does George Say?)

Box 18, Folder 12

Joseph Newton Pew. (clippings, negatives, photos, sketches)

Box 18, Folder 13

Preview New Američans. by Ruth Gruber. (clippings, advertisements)

Box 18, Folder 14

Notes From Occupied Germany. by Georg Meyers.

Box 18, Folder 15

Pari-Mutuels: Painless Tax Collector. by Paul Gardner. (cuttings, advertisements)

Box 18, Folder 16

Night Clubs: New York's Gold Rush by Thyra Winslow.

Box 18, Folder 17

Where Do We Go From Here? by Bill Mauldin. (cuttings, cartoons)

Box 18, Folder 18

Records. Record Week by David Hall.

Box 18, Folder 19

To My Newspaper. (articles, advertisements)

Box 18, Folder 20

Love and the Gynsy. by Robert Fontaine. (cuttings, sketches)

Box 18, Folder 21

Blockbuster - Communism. (photos, negatives)

Box 18, Folder 22

[UNK] Paintings by [UNK] Cartier-Bressant (photos, clippings)

Box 18, Folder 23

Block Buster - [UNK] by editors of USA. (photos, cuttings)

 

Project X.

Box 19, Folder 1

Sample Artists Work. (Charles Wadsworth, McCallum, Eleanor De Free, freund, and miscellaneous illustrations)

Box 19, Folder 2

The Shamp of [UNK] (an article in picture)

Box 19, Folder 3

Dummy. USA. (Dummy #2 - early 1946)

Box 19, Folder 4

Blockbuster. (photos)

Box 19, Folder 5

Sherborne: A British School. (photos, negatives)

Box 19, Folder 6

Caption and Blurb - Dummy Type.

Box 19, Folder 7

Fifth Aveaue. (photos and negatives)

Box 19, Folder 8

Dummy #2. type tissue.

Box 19, Folder 9

The Sins of Jasper Crispin by Leo Brady. (dummy)

Box 19, Folder 10

Nothing but Pathing Beauties by W.C. Heinz. (dummy)

Box 19, Folder 11

The Bureaucrat by N. Dembling. (dummies)

Box 19, Folder 12

Pari-Mutuels by Paul Gardner. (dummies)

Box 19, Folder 13

The Hidden Gate by Roderick Lull. (dummies)

Box 19, Folder 14

Mr. Myles' Power by William Krauss. (magazine clippings and advertisements)

Box 19, Folder 15

Love and the Gypsy. by Robert Fontaine. (dummy)

Box 19, Folder 16

Are Movie Fans Human? by Llewellyn Miller. (dummy)

Box 19, Folder 17

3-Star Final by Merle [UNK]. (dummy of the General Saw the [UNK])

Box 19, Folder 18

St. Elmo's Fire by Purdy. (magazine clippings and advertisements)

Box 19, Folder 19

You Can't Help Hearing by Ren Schiller. (dummy)

Box 19, Folder 20

Sins of Jasper Crispin. (dummy)

Box 19, Folder 21

Photographs.

Box 19, Folder 22

America Wants to Know. (photos)

 

Project X.

Box 20, Folder 1

Biography Folder. (photographs)

Box 20, Folder 2

Catholic University [UNK]. (photograph)

Box 20, Folder 3

China From Within. (photos)

Box 20, Folder 4

Collecting the [UNK] photographed by J.B. Peaty. (photos)

Box 20, Folder 5

Conductor Story. Photographed by Ford Motor. Title: Are Conductors Necessary?

Box 20, Folder 6

Liberal Catholics. (empty)

Box 20, Folder 7

Personalities. (photos)

Box 20, Folder 8

Applications. (correspondence to Mr. Cousins)

Box 20, Folder 9

17 Final Weeks of 1946. (27 loose sheets and pamphlets of various schedules)

Box 20, Folder 10

Budget - Work Sheet Figures.

Physical Description: (3 loose sheets)
Box 20, Folder 11

Audits - Financial Analyses - Gallop.

Physical Description: (20 pamphlets)
Box 20, Folder 12

Statements, Monthly Finances. (a pamphlet and a loose sheet)

Box 20, Folder 13

Research, Pre-view. (pamphlet and loose sheets)

Box 20, Folder 14

SRL, and Data. (tickets for the SATURDAY REVIEW of Literature, rates, office memos for SATURDAY REVIEW, SRL, misc.)

Box 20, Folder 15

Circulation. (SATURDAY REVIEW Office Memos, a SRL circulation, misc.)

 

Project X.

Box 21, Folder 1

X Contracts, Prospective, Printing Paper.

Physical Description: (9 pamphlets)
Box 21, Folder 2

SRL Production Costs. (several loose sheets to be filled in)

Box 21, Folder 3

Latest Budgets.

Physical Description: (12 pamphlets)
Box 21, Folder 4

Paper Inventory SRL. (Saturday Review of Literature office memos, 6 pamphlets and loose sheets)

Box 21, Folder 5

Personnel, Possible X.

Physical Description: (6 loose sheets)
Box 21, Folder 6

Journal - Review.

Physical Description: (2 pamphlets)
Box 21, Folder 7

The Conscience of Major Converse. (galley for Project X)

Box 21, Folder 8

Miscellaneous Galleys.

Physical Description: (7 dummies)
 

Project X.

Box 22, Folder 1

Manuscripts (Galleys).

Physical Description: (5 dummies)
Box 22, Folder 2

Cartoon on Cardboard by Kirk Stiles.

Box 22, Folder 3

Cover of USA, June 1, 1946.

Box 22, Folder 4

An article by George Bernard Shaw “Schools are Child Prisons.”

Box 22, Folder 5

Pictorial Cartoons. (large photos showing inflation)

Box 22, Folder 6

Miscellaneous artists' work on cartoons. (cartoons wrapped in paper)

Box 22, Folder 7

A copy of USA.

Box 22, Folder 8

Cartoons.

Box 22, Folder 9

Brown Folder. Cartoons - Miscellaneous. Rest of case is also cartoons.

 

Project X.

Box 23, Folder 1

Front half of the case is only miscellaneous cartoons.

Box 23, Folder 2

Abea Jay. (Cartoon)

Box 23, Folder 3

Ned Hilton. (Cartoon)

Box 23, Folder 4

Brumsic Brandon. (Cartoons)

Box 23, Folder 5

Anatole Kovarsky. (Cartoons)

Box 23, Folder 6

USA Editorials.. (cuttings, photos)

Box 23, Folder 7

World Peace Conference, March 25, 1949. (letter)

Box 23, Folder 8

What do People Want?

Physical Description: (12 copies, 1 page each)
Box 23, Folder 9

America Wants to Know. and Portrait of the Actor as a Young Man.

 

Project X.

Box 24, Folder 1

Miscellaneous covers for USA.

Box 24, Folder 2

Miscellaneous Articles. (Broadcast by Prof. A. Einstein, 2 pamphlets of speech delivered by Stalin and Molotov, and misc, articles)

Box 24, Folder 3

Negative Drawings, Paintings & pos stats, Proofs.

Box 24, Folder 4

How Not to Tell a Story, by Bennett Cerf. (dummies)

Box 24, Folder 5

Rank of England by Bosley Crowther.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
Box 24, Folder 6

Illustrations by Dali.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
Box 24, Folder 7

Jonathan Daniels. (empty)

Box 24, Folder 8

Editorials.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
Box 24, Folder 9

Football's Gravy Bowls by Stanley Frank.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
Box 24, Folder 10

Pari-Mutuels: the Painless Tax Collector by Gardner.

Physical Description: (2 dummies)
Box 24, Folder 11

What We Expect by Robin.

Physical Description: (3 copies, 3 dummies)
Box 24, Folder 12

A Businessman's Philosophy by Ruml.

Physical Description: (3 copies)
Box 24, Folder 13

Economics by Bernard Shaw.

Physical Description: (4 dummies)
Box 24, Folder 14

Schools are Child Prisons by G. Bernard Shaw.

Physical Description: (3 proofs)
Box 24, Folder 15

Quiz by Chase Taylor. (proof)

Box 24, Folder 16

Right to Make Love in Public by Thompson.

Physical Description: (4 copies)
Box 24, Folder 17

Voters Guide by Editors of USA.

Physical Description: (1 copy and several proofs)
Box 24, Folder 18

What it was Like to Work on the Atom Bomb by Milton Burton.

Box 24, Folder 19

Only Judas Hates the Jews by Thomas Sugrue.

Box 24, Folder 20

You Can't Help Hearing Them. by Ronald Schiller.

Box 24, Folder 21

Cover. (for USA)

Box 24, Folder 22

Night ăClubs by Winslow.

 

Project X.

Box 25, Folder 1

Squatters in the Empire State by S.T. Williamson.

Box 25, Folder 2

Zoo I.Q. - Zoo Story. (Pictorial Story)

Box 25, Folder 3

Collecting by Zeitlin.

Box 25, Folder 4

What's Behind the Civil War in China? by White and Jacoby. (dummies)

Box 25, Folder 5

Fly Your Own Coffin by Neil Naiden. (dummies)

Box 25, Folder 6

Preview, New Americans by Ruth Gruber. (dummies)

Box 25, Folder 7

Alaska by Gruening. (several copies)

Box 25, Folder 8

One-Man Art Shows by Hanna.

Physical Description: (4 copies)
Box 25, Folder 9

One Against the G-ds by Hanson. (copy)

Box 25, Folder 10

What Does George Say by Herbert Harris. (dummies)

Box 25, Folder 11

Column by Jack Iams. (dummies)

Box 25, Folder 12

Home Fires by Karcher. (dummy)

Box 25, Folder 13

Why Men Try to Look Like Galley 5 by Sophie Kerr. (dummy)

Box 25, Folder 14

We Occupy by Klein.

Physical Description: (2 copies)
Box 25, Folder 15

Do Women Know How to Grow Old? by George Lawton. (dummies)

Box 25, Folder 16

Occupied Germany by Georg Meyers. (dummies)

Box 25, Folder 17

Are Movie Fans Human? by Llewellyn Miller.

Box 25, Folder 18

Three Star Final by Menle Miller. (dummy)

Box 25, Folder 19

America Wants to Know.

Box 25, Folder 20

Allen Phog. (proofs of articles)

Box 25, Folder 21

The Shooting at Nogales.

Box 25, Folder 22

Equal Rights for Men by Philip Wylie.

Box 25, Folder 23

Sidewalks of New York. (photos, negatives)

Box 25, Folder 24

Shorts. (miscellaneos articles)

Box 25, Folder 25

Dummy Type.

Box 25, Folder 26

Faces of Destiny. (photos, negatives)

Box 25, Folder 27

By Lines. (clippings)

Box 25, Folder 28

Folios. (clippings)

Box 25, Folder 29

Caption - Dummy Type. (small clippings)

Box 25, Folder 30

Blurb - Dummy Type.

Physical Description: (1 clipping)
Box 25, Folder 31

The Human Spine. (Key to Anatomical Chart from the Clay-Adams Co.)

Box 25, Folder 32

Faces in Destiny. (photos, article clippings)

Box 25, Folder 33

Hudson Vally Photofolio. (photos)

Box 25, Folder 34

People. (clipping)

Box 25, Folder 35

USA Recommends. (misc. articles)

 

Project X.

Box 26, Folder 1

USA Reader's Report. (UN Questionnaire, USA Ratings, clippings)

Box 26, Folder 2

I Remember Father by Douglas Fairbanks Jr. (negatives)

Box 26, Folder 3

US Art by William Schwartz.

Physical Description: (1 copy with clippings)
Box 26, Folder 4

The Fall of Rome. (negatives, 1 msp)

Box 26, Folder 5

The World is not Too Crowded. by Ronald Schiller. (clippings of the article)

Box 26, Folder 6

Tilly the Toiler. (pages from The New Yorker)

Box 26, Folder 7

Philosopher's Quest by William Gropper. (clippings)

Box 26, Folder 8

Why I Remain a Negro by Walter White. (copy)

Box 26, Folder 9

Dreamer Awakes by Nancy Wilson Ross. (dummies)

Box 26, Folder 10

Generals. (clippings of “Do the Generals Have a Chance.”)

Box 26, Folder 11

Jealousy. (photos, negatives)

Box 26, Folder 12

In Defense of Drinking by Elliot Paul. (clippings)

Box 26, Folder 13

Frigidity. (clipping, photos, negative)

Box 26, Folder 14

Fifty Years of Motoring. (photos, sketches, negatives)

Box 26, Folder 15

The Bureaucrat by Merwin Dembling. (sketch, 1 copy of the story)

Box 26, Folder 16

American Production.

Physical Description: (135 pages)
Box 26, Folder 17

Maxwell Anderson.

Physical Description: (1 pamphlet)
Box 26, Folder 18

Arnstein. ( A Mother's Prayer, musical arrangement)

Box 26, Folder 19

Miscellaneous Articles. (Wedemar, Landes, Barnes, Bergson, Naft, Dewey, Marquand, List, Gruber, Castle, Lippman, Hess)

Box 26, Folder 20

John Attlee. (Article entitled “Mrs. Corti Hits Forty Thousand”)

Box 26, Folder 21

Book Excerpts. (Karen Horney, “Divided Personalities,” “People in the Blitz,” and G. Bernard Shaw)

Box 26, Folder 22

John Bovey. ( The Wall by Bovey, 1 original, 2 carbons, letter about Bovey)

 

Project X.

Box 27, Folder 1

Milton Burton. (2 folders, stories, articles by M. Burton)

Box 27, Folder 2

Cartoonists - A-G. (correspondence)

Box 27, Folder 3

Cartoonists - H-M. (correspondence)

Box 27, Folder 4

Cartoonists - N-R. (correspondence)

Box 27, Folder 5

Cartoonists - R-Z. (correspondence)

Box 27, Folder 6

Castle, Molly. (2 short stories)

Box 27, Folder 7

Cohn, D.L. (3 copies of “Fireside Chat in the Persian Gulf”)

Box 27, Folder 8

Conant. James B. - Close Up by Russell Maloney.

Box 27, Folder 9

Congress. (several copies)

Box 27, Folder 10

Kent Cooper. (various articles)

Box 27, Folder 11

Copy - Dummy I. (miscellaneous articles)

Box 27, Folder 12

J. Arthur Rank of England by Bosley Crowther. (several copies)

Box 27, Folder 13

William H. Davis. (article “Text of a Statement”)

Box 27, Folder 14

Dewey - Membership in a World Society. (several copies)

Box 27, Folder 15

Editorials - Dummy #2.

Box 27, Folder 16

Miscellaneous Editorials.

 

Project X.

Box 28, Folder 1

England's Public Schools. (article)

Box 28, Folder 2

Dr. Farnham - “Woman” (Frigidity) (the article and review about it)

Box 28, Folder 3

Thurston Gentry. (correspondence)

Box 28, Folder 4

Feature Ideas. (supplementary reports by Dr. Kornhauser)

Box 28, Folder 5

Hoffman Editorials. (editorial, correspondence)

Box 28, Folder 6

Jack Iams Says. (dummy)

Box 28, Folder 7

Idea Dummies. (miscellaneous articles)

Box 28, Folder 8

Inside Track. (articles)

Box 28, Folder 9

Vittelli - Italian Material.

Box 28, Folder 10

Kerr, Sophie - Why Men Try to Look Like Women. (article)

Box 28, Folder 11

We Occupy by Jerome Klein. (article)

Box 28, Folder 12

The Myth of Lincoln's Doctor's Dog. (Folder)

Box 28, Folder 13

Loeb, Harry - Random Aberations.

Box 28, Folder 14

Mevere, Georg. (article, also article by William Krauss)

Box 28, Folder 15

Miller, Merle - The General Saw the Dawn.

Box 28, Folder 16

Merle Miller - General Groves. (miscellaneous)

 

Project X.

Box 29, Folder 1

Miscellaneous. (letters, articles, pamphlats)

Box 29, Folder 2

Night Clubs. by T.H. Winslow. (several copies)

Box 29, Folder 3

Oswego Story. (Preview: New Americans by Ruth Gruber and They Hold Up a Mirror.)

Box 29, Folder 4

Padover, Saul - Articles.

Box 29, Folder 5

Patent Material. (including Thurman Arnold article)

Box 29, Folder 6

Preview: New America by Ruth Gruber. (dummy and copies)

Box 29, Folder 7

Ken Purdy. (The Japanese Box, St. [UNK] Fire, The Eve of Redemption.)

Box 29, Folder 8

William Robertson - Wish You Were Here. (Same article by Horace Coon.)

Box 29, Folder 9

J.D. Salinger Story.

Physical Description: (1 copy)
 

Project X.

Box 30, Folder 1

Ships - Our Shipping Soandal Story - Memo by H. Harris (to be written by Robert Nathan)

Box 30, Folder 2

The Sidewalks of New York. (miscellaneous articles and clippings)

Box 30, Folder 3

Smith, Robert - Baseball. (several copies)

Box 30, Folder 4

Southern Cooking. (by Elizabeth Broome and Duncan Hines, magazine clippings)

Box 30, Folder 5

State Department. (correspondence, clippings, releases, pamphlets)

Box 30, Folder 6

State Department. (article, clipping)

Box 30, Folder 7

State Department - Joseph Jones. (article - several copies)

Box 30, Folder 8

Stock on Hand. (inventory)

Box 30, Folder 9

Stowe. (article - 4 copies)

Box 30, Folder 10

Sturm, Alex. (Its a Long Time Between Drinks andWorld Without End)

Box 30, Folder 11

Sugrue, Thomas. (Myths - or are they all?)

Box 30, Folder 12

Only Judas Hates the Jews by Thomas Sugrue.

Physical Description: (1 copy)
Box 30, Folder 13

Walters - Miscellaneous.

 

Project X.

Box 31, Folder 1

John Wharton - One Against the [UNK].

Physical Description: (1 copy)
Box 31, Folder 2

Teddy White - Civil War in China. (and Annalee Jacoby)

Box 31, Folder 3

Ira Wolfert Original MMS.

Physical Description: (2 stapled folders)
Box 31, Folder 4

The Human Sperm by Dr. Stone. (article and memos)

Box 31, Folder 5

Dexter Masters Dummy.

Box 31, Folder 6

Advertisements. (clippings from magazines)

Box 31, Folder 7

Bills.

Box 31, Folder 8

Frigidity in Women - Interim Rept. by Herbert Harris.

Box 31, Folder 9

Office Notes.

Box 31, Folder 10

USA Surveys. (Redesigning America, Neutral Disease)

Box 31, Folder 11

Post cards - Vacations.

Box 31, Folder 12

Surplus. (pamphlets, clippings)

Box 31, Folder 13

Merle Miller. (correspondence, clippings, pamphlets)

 

Project X.

Box 32, Folder 1

Jordan, Carroll. (correspondence to Merle Miller about Fingerprints)

Box 32, Folder 2

Norman Cousins. (correspondence)

Box 32, Folder 3

Know Your Ulcers. (correspondence, article)

Box 32, Folder 4

October “X” Dummy. (misc.)

Box 32, Folder 5

Henry Christman. (Misc.)

Box 32, Folder 6

Memorandums - Herbert Harris.

Box 32, Folder 7

Time Tables - Airplanes.

Box 32, Folder 8

Lobsenz, Worman. (article)

Box 32, Folder 9

Photostats of Hank Greenberg.

Box 32, Folder 10

Mabel Wood. (correspondence, article)

Box 32, Folder 11

Blockbusters. (book entitled Your City Tomorrow by Guy Greer)

Box 32, Folder 12

Editorial Ideas.

Box 32, Folder 13

Inflation Editorial by Herbert Harris

Box 32, Folder 14

Editorials - July 15 Dummy. (several articles)

Box 32, Folder 15

Entertainment Ideas.

Box 32, Folder 16

Maps.

Box 32, Folder 17

Time Tables - Railroad.

 

Project X.

Box 33, Folder 1

Cartels. (definition, book of 356 pages, unbound, and pamphlet)

Box 33, Folder 2

Cartels. (correspondence, contiuation of book to page 668)

Box 33, Folder 3

Possible Profiles. (clipping, memos, vaious articles)

Box 33, Folder 4

Sports Ideas. (memos, correspondence)

Box 33, Folder 5

Staff Assignments. (memos, assignments, schedule)

Box 33, Folder 6

Bills.

Box 33, Folder 7

Office Service.

Box 33, Folder 8

Training Veterans. (correspondence)

Box 33, Folder 9

Quotations. (Magazine clipping)

Box 33, Folder 10

Tucker, Jack.

Physical Description: (article, 2 copies)
Box 33, Folder 11

Zany.- Under the Chinaberry Trees. (article)

Box 33, Folder 12

Hughes, Robert. (various articles by Hughes)

Box 33, Folder 13

Aptitude Testing. (research)

Box 33, Folder 14

Arnold, Thurman - Research Memo.

Box 33, Folder 15

Army Story. (magazine and newspaper clippings)

 

Project X.

Box 34, Folder 1

Cancer. (memos, various articles on cancer)

Box 34, Folder 2

Science Ideas.

Box 34, Folder 3

Railroads. (memos, magazines)

Box 34, Folder 4

STW Dummy. (memos, notes, correspondence.)

Box 34, Folder 5

Desk - MTW. (newspapers clippings)

Box 34, Folder 6

Notes. (miscellaneous notes on articles about famous people)

Box 34, Folder 7

Editorials - Nov, 10 dummy. (memos, articles)

Box 34, Folder 8

Art Swipes. (magazine clipping)

Box 34, Folder 9

Art Story. (article, correspondence)

Box 34, Folder 10

Cancer - List of Names.

Box 34, Folder 11

“Baseball” Murphy. (newspapers clippings)

Box 34, Folder 12

Shipping - Allen Bernard. (research memo)

Box 34, Folder 13

Steel Shortage - Memo by Robert Nathan. (research memo.)

Box 34, Folder 14

Surplus Property.

Box 34, Folder 15

Miscellaneous Ideas. (memos, Magazine War Guide - several issues, articles)

Box 34, Folder 16

Jack Iams - Editorials. (articles - Jack Iams Says)

 

Project X.

Box 35, Folder 1

2k Schuman - Ideas story. (articles)

Box 35, Folder 2

Edgar Sisson. (several articles)

Box 35, Folder 3

Herbert Harris. (memos, clippings)

Box 35, Folder 4

Robert Hughes. (memos, article)

Box 35, Folder 5

Innes MacCammond. (story idea)

Box 35, Folder 6

William Robinson. (picture story idea, memo)

Box 35, Folder 7

Ronald Schiller. (story idea, memos)

Box 35, Folder 8

(in booklet form) Office of War Information Washington, (Magazine Section, Mag. War Guide Dec, 1942 - Jan., 1943 )

Box 35, Folder 9

Miscellaneous.

Box 35, Folder 10

Group of Magazines.

Scope and Content Note

15 issues of Magazine War Guide
1 copy of Better Health for Rural America
Box 35, Folder 11

Copy Returned from Printer, November, 1946.

Box 35, Folder 12

Monthly Dummy from Printer, November, 1946. (article)

Box 35, Folder 13

Crowther-Rank of England. (article)

Box 35, Folder 14

America Wants to Know (questions asked of Nehru)

Box 35, Folder 15

Alaska - Gruening Article.

 

Project X.

Box 36, Folder 1

Porter, Henry - Material on Atom.

Box 36, Folder 2

Writers - C. (correspondence)

Box 36, Folder 3

Hanna, Charlotte, (story - Isabel Bishop, rewrite - Bringing Up Fathers and Mothers by Knight)

Box 36, Folder 4

Graham, Fred - Air Travel. (correspondence)

Box 36, Folder 5

Gorden, Matt.

Box 36, Folder 6

Feder, Sid. - Leaves From the Rhubarb [UNK].

Physical Description: (2 copies)
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Bids - Project T.

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Dabney, Virginius. (correspondence)

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Requisition Blanks.

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Jonathan Daniels - Writers. (corres.)

 

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Personal Philosophies by Bishop Sheil. (Several folders combined; names of articles on index cards, story - The Critical Period of Fromage by Gehman, Zany and short editorial, X-shorts)

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Tom Sugrue. (corres.)

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Memorandum from Ron Schiller.

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Memorandum - Miscellaneous.

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Memos to Staff.

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Nat Cohn. (corres. with banks and Dept. of Labor.)

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Sobel, Bernard. (article)

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Empty Spaces of the World by Ronald Schiller. (corres.)

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S. J. Simon - Bridge Columns. (dummy)

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Samuel Norkin. (sketches)

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Innes MacCammond.

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Lagemann, John - Airplanes. (memos, article)

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Walter White. (miscellaneous articles about Negroes)

 

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United World Federalists.

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Photocopy of the Chicago Sun, Jan. 1, 1947.

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Six notebooks with: Phone Story Notes, Meeting Notes - 1946, belonging to M. Wood.

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Voters' Guide. (corres., pamphlets, articles)

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Congress Reading. (titles and authors, 530 names of Senators)

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Carlo Levi. (Christ Stopped at Eboli -trans. from Italian)

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Misc. Tests. (vocabulary test, clerical test, corres., Modified Alpha Exam, Mechanical Comprehension)

 

United World Federalists.

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Ft. Ontario Refugee Camp. (Photographer - Nancy Clemens - 20 photos, more photos by misc. photographers)

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Medical Economics.

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USA Survev. (photos by Permanente Foundation)

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Vatican Going New Deal. (photos by Acme News Pictures)

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USA Ratings. (photos by Acme and United Artists)

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Rank of England. (empty)

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Parl-Mutuel. (empty)

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Football's Gravy Bowls. (photo)

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What it was Like - Atomic Bomb. (photos - Hanley)

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Best Novel. (photos)

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United World Federalists.

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Nancy Wilson Ross. (memo on the Dreamer Wakes)

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Housing - General.

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Peter Piening. (article)

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Research on Bilbo.

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Color Breakdown. (about dummy)

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Wedeman's Attack on Cancer. (memo)

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Voters Guiee. (listing of all the candidates)

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Voters Guide. (memos and more listings)

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Mabel Wood - Telephone Girl. (newspaper clipping)

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America Wants to Know. (clipping, Newspaper Editors)

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Leland Stowe. (Personal Philosophies)

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Lawton, George - Do Women Know How. (dummy)

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Iams Says. (dummy)

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Kircher, Ralph -Keep the Home Fires. (dummy)

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Personal - Herbert Harris. (memos, corres.)

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Fred Robin - What I Expect. (article)

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USA Ratings. (article)

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Veterans - What I Found. (articles)

 

United World Federalists.

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Robert Knight. (Bringing Up Fathers and Mothers)

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Short Features #1.

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Foreign Affairs Letter. (Jan. 15, 1946)

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Manila envelope - Eugenie's Story.

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Franzen, Raymon. (article, corres.)

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Charts.

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Dr. Wings. (From a 17th Century Point of View)

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Ressiguie. (corres,, article)

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Ideas. (articles, clippings, miscellany)

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Ideas. (Project X - articles)

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Current Copy for Press. (Jan, 1947)

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Manila envelope with material on Stuart Davis. (by Charlotte Hanna)

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Misc. Filings. (corres., memos)

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Memorandum - 1945.

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Avedon, Charles. (newspaper clippings, magazines)

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Herbert Harris Broadcasts.

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Newspaper Clippings.

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Clippings. (newspaper)

 

United World Federalists.

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Voters Guide.

Physical Description: (includes 2 pamphlets)
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Heart - Robinson. (memos, article)

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USA Survey. (Notes on Further Installment, and Spine article)

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Medical Economics - USA Survey.

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America Wants to Know. #1.

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America Wants to Know - June dummy.

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Argentina - Peron. (editorial)

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America Wants to Know - Can We Win the Housing Battle?

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USA Ratings.

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Blockbuster - Medical Economics by Alfred Jones.

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Nehru - India (Am. Wants to Know)

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M.F.K. Fischer - Southern Cooking.

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To the Editor.

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To My Newspaper. (clippings)

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Letters to Editors.

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Gripes and Groans.

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Inside Track.

 

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Miscellaneous. (Agenda for Exec. Committee Meetings, Council, Memos etc.)

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Engagements - 1949 - [UNK] (correspondence)

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World Government. - 1948. (empty)

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Pamphlets. (What About the Russians? and Freedon and Union)

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Congressmen (letters from - to).

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Reese Letter - 1950.

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Norwalk Petition Plan. (from United Nations World)

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UWF - Chester Bowles - June 10, 1948. (articles, corres.)

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UWF - Partial Federation.

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Atlantic Union Material. (magazine clippings)

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Reprints. (10 copies of “Point Four” Our Chance to Achieve Freedom from Fear and 10 copies of a reprint from Harpers' Mag. by Chester Bowles)

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World Affairs Council - Letters Abroad.

 

Document Case #49. United World Federalists.

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UWF - Correspondence - 1948.

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UWF Literature.

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World Government. (literature, corres.)

 

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Foreign Policy and World Government. (pamphlets, corres. clippings, minutes)

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UWF - Releases - 1948.

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UWF - 1949. (corres., etc.)

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World Government - Niebuhr.

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World Government - 1945-1947.

 

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UWF - Correspondence - 1949 (some).

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UWF - Releases - 1950.

 

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World Movement for World Federal Government - E.M. Borgese.

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UWF - Correspondence - 1951.

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UWF - 1952.

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The Great Proposal - 1952. (corres.)

 

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UWF - Name Change.

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Colston, E. - Ex. Secretary. (corres., memos, talegram, booklets)

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Harrington, Donald. (corres., pamphlet)

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UWF - Project Appeal. (project, memos, pamphlets)

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UWF National Council. (memos, National Exec. Council Minutes and Agenda.)

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UWF Exec. Committee. (corres., minutes, agenda, memos)

 

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UWF.- Arden House Conference. (corres., memos, schedule)

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Congradulatory Messages.

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Convention Data (1956) - Sheraton Cadillac Hotel.

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Conway, Father E. A. (corres., pamphlets)

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Essay Contest. (corres., essays)

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Executive Council. (memos, agenda, news releases)

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Finances. (corres., pledges)

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Gould House Conference. (corres., pamphlets, memos.)

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Harrington, Donald. (corres., article)

 

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Holt, George C. (corres.)

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Leghorn, Richard. (corres., pamphlets)

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Pamphlet - Recapitulation - Contuibutors and Contributions.

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Migel, J.A. (memo, corres.)

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Miscellaneous Correspondence A-L.

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Miscellaneous Correspondence M-Z.

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Complaint, Letters of (Misc.) --- 1955.

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Nichols, Elliott S. - The Family Revolt. (memo)

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Riverdale. (corres., Riverdale newspaper)

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Slick, Tom. (corres.)

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Spingarn, Jerry. - Is Disarmament Possible? (corres., telegram, memo)

 

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Merck, George - 1954 (U. N. Charter Revision)

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UWF Convention: Detroit. (Sheraton Cadillac Hotel)

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#2 Misc. Material (mimeographed - printed)

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#1 Misc. Material (mimeographed - printed)

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Miscellaneous - House. (clippings, corres.)

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UWF. (bibliography, corres.)

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A - D.- 1957. (corres., pamphlets)

 

United World Federalists.

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E-Z - 1957. (corres., memos, clippings, pamphlets, telegram)

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Miscellaneous Finances and Statistics - 1957.

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UWF Names and Addresses.

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Manila envelope with miscellaneous mimeos.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

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1941 - A-B.

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1941 - C-E.

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(John Campbell, Cortland Canby, Edward Canby, Henry Canby, Carl Cannon, Cardiff, Paul Carre, Bennett Cerf, John [UNK] W.H.Chamberlain, Frederick Chase, Richard S. Childs, V.L.O.Chittick, Erwin Canham, Allen Churchill, Donald Clark, John Abbot Clark, Freeman Cleeves, James Clifford, Upton Close, Gardner Clouch, Wilson [UNK] Ernest Calkins; Erskine Caldwell, L.N. Calahan, George Coffman, A.P. Coleman, Agatha Collins, Howard Collins, L.R.Connor, S.V. Constant, [UNK] Cooke, Miss Mary CooleyEleanor S. Cooper, Cooper Union Forum, Irene Cooper, Edward Corwin, John O'Hara Cosgrave, Ben Cossart, Richard Costa, Thoman Cottan, Miriam Breen, Robert Cousins, Alexander Cowie, John ăCowles, Malcolm Cowley, Joan Coyne, Cheryl Crawford, W.D. Crocker, Ken Crossen, Lewis Curtis, Sewell Haggard, Curtis Brown Ltd., John Campbell, Lib. of Congress, George Dalzell, George Dangerfield, Kedarnath Das Gupta, [UNK] Davenport, Hassoldt David, Isidore Davidson, Elmer Davis, Clarence Day, John Defandorf, Marie Driscall, David Dempsey, Leon Dennen, George Denny, August Derleth, Eric Devine, Gertrude Diamant, JP Didier, EJ Dintroff, Robert Disraeli, Vera Dodds, Wm Doerflinger, Wm Dogan, Fairfax Downey, Peter Drucker, H. Dudwick, Charles Duell, Edward Duff, Stephan Early Wm Easton, Charles Eaton, Cyrus Eaton, N. Eliot, Paul Ellerbe, Raude Elliot, Ann Elmo, Clark Emery, R.E. Engelsberg, Monroe England, Theodore English, Abraham Epstein, Lloyd Wendell Eshleman.
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1941 - F-G.

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Clifton Fadiman, N.B. Fagin, James Farrell, Charles Feldman, Otis Ferguson, Harold Fields, James Finan, Louis Fischer, Stuyvesant Fish, Dudley Fitts, Wlmer Wm Flaccus, Barthold Fles, Rev. Vincent Flynn, Mrs. Ford Madox Ford, Janice Ford, Harrison Foreman, Henry Ja mes Foreman, Ruth Foster, Douglas Fox, Harry Franck, Justice Felix Frankfurter, Louise Franklin, Joseph Freeman, George Freitag, Constance Frick, Ralph Friedrich, Wm Frierson, G. Fry, R.N. Fuller, Deoch Fulton, Caroline Fuller, Flagler Fultz, Clifton Joseph Funness, James Gallagher, Miriam Gallaher, Joseph Ganther, Harold Gardiner, Martin Gardner, C. Garfield, GR Garrett, Dean Gauss-Princeton U., Norman Bel Geddes, Wm Gekle, John Geoghegan, Philip Gerard, Frank Gerrodette, Leo Gershoy, Jack Ghene, Elsa Gidlow, S. Giedion, Miss Gilman, Wm Gold, Dan Golempaul, NM Goodwin, Donald Gordon, Eleanor Gorham, Herbert Gorman, Rubin Gotesky, Manfred Gottfried, SB Gould, Wm Grace, Hartlay Grattan, John Temple Graves, Leslie Gray, James Gray, George Green, Garland Greever, Annie Greenwood, Marjorie Griesser, H. Griffin, EB Griffith, Frank Gruber, Frederick Gunsky, Bertha Gunterman, Walter Gustafson, Frederick Gutheim, PN Guyol, Harry Gwinner.
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1941 - F.

Scope and Content Note

Ralph Habas, Sewell Haggard, B. Hall, David Hall, Addison Hallock, Philip Hamburger, Alvin Hamer, WJ Hamilton, Esther Hance, Marius Hansome, Francis Harding, Jane Hardy, Elfrieda Haret, Herbert Harley, Palmer Harman, Harper & Bros., Harrell, Herbert Harris, Leon Harris, Marleine Harris, Joseph Hersch, James Hart, Louis [UNK] Stella Haverland, George Hawley, Sara H. Hay, Albert Hayes, Alvin Hayim, Raymond Healy, Richard Heindel, RW Helprin, Archibald Henderson, Ramona Herdman, Ross Hersey, Max [UNK] Addison Hibbard, Clifford Hicks, Granville Hicks, Maurice Hindus, Milton Hindus, E. Hoberescht, Francis Hodge, Charles Hodge, Raymond Holden, Elizabeth Holding, Mary Holland, Ross Holman, Bernard Holway, Robert Holzman, Louis Homig, EA Hootm, Franz Horch, Horizon, Wm Makins, Joe Horrell, Herbert Hosking, Houghton Mifflin ăCo., Wm Houghland, Belford Howard, Paul Hoysradt, Zora Hurston, Fernald Hutchins, A. Huxley, Julian Huxley, Bernard Hyman.
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 61, Folder 1

1941 - I-L.

Scope and Content Note

Ickes, Ralph Ingersoll, Inex H Irwin, Christoper Isherwood, Masahito Iwamoto, Henry Jackson, Jacob Jaffe, George Jaffin, Kenneth Jaffray, HC James., Mrs. FH James, Philip James, Wm James, John Jamison, Joseph Jastrow, Grace Keeffe-Jewish [UNK] George Joel, CA Johnson, Isabel Johnston, Claude Jones, Howard M Jones, Rufus Jones, Robert Jordan, Nannine Joseph, Matthew Josephson, [UNK] Kahler, Sholom Kahn, McKnight Kauffer, Samuel Kaufman, Fred Kelly, Mary L Kelly, Arthur Kennedy, ED Kennedy, Stetson Kennedy, WMP Kennedy, Donald Kennicott, John Kern, Thomas Kernan, Chris La Farge, Hirsopp Lake, Jean Lambert, Klaus Lambrecht, Thomas Lamont, Judson Landis, Lang, Oliver Larkin, Cedric Larson, Edwin Larson, Gosta Larsson, Joseph Lash, Lousie Morley, Victor Lasky, Harold Lasswell, Louis Latour, Richard Lauterback, Henry Laurens, Lavelle School for the Blind, Harold Lavine, Don Lawson, Ruth Lawyer, Mrs. N Leachman, Leacock, Pauline Leader, Leslie Learned, Alfred Lee, Constance Lehde, [UNK] Lee. Wm Lengel, Lernau, Max Lerner, Al Lewis, Frederick Lewis, Sinclair Lewis, Willy Lay, Jay Leyda, Stuart Lill RL Limpus, Alex Lindey, Ernest Lindley, G. Lipkind, Lippincott Co., Aktiebloaget Ljus, David Lloyd, Kurt London, Bryand A Long, Harry Long, Stephen Longstreet, Philip Lonsdale, Marie Londobardi, David Lord, Niss HH Lord, Pardee Lowe, Mrs. Henry Luce, Isabel Lundberg, AE Lunder, J. Luzzatto, Harry Lydenberg, Harold Lynch, George Lyon, Mabel D Lyon, Euùgenes Lyons
Box 61, Folder 2

1941 - M.

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. E MacDonald, Wilson MacDonald, Findlay [UNK] Jean Mac Lachlan, MacLeish-Archibald, Rosa Hutchinson,- The Macmillan Co., John Macrae, George Macy, George Dilkes, Lloyd Mallan, John Malony, Ralph Marcellino, Joseph Markin, John Marquand, Miriam Marsh, James Marshall, SLA Marshall, John Martin, Mrs. Arthur Mason, Arthur Moolidge, Richard Match, Harold Matson, Garrett Mattingly, Harry Maule, Andre Maurois, Walter Mayer, GF McCleary, Helen McCloy, Camilla McComber, Neil [UNK] Louise Harrison McCraw, Julia McCune, Helen McDivitt, John McDonald, Wm McFee, George McKay, WK McKee, Nathaniel McKelvey, Theophile J. Meek, Bernard Meland, Lauritz Melchior, Joseph Bachelor-Miami U., Joy Bayless-Methodist Church, Ruth [UNK] Millard, Douglas Miller, Richmond Miller, Mary Mitchell, Harry Thornton Moore, Otis Moore, Christopher Morley, Theodore Morrison, Herbert Muller, Lewis Mumford, Gorham Munson, Helen Munson
Box 61, Folder 3

1941 - T-Z.

Scope and Content Note

Norman Kiell, Miss E. Taggard, Mortiner Taube, Marjorie Taylor, Edmond Taylor, Wm Taylor, Russell Thackrey, LH Titterton, Atwood Townsend, Arthur Tourtellot, Carroll Towle, Frank Trager, Miles Trammell, Anne K. Tuell, Dorothy Norman, Louis Untermeyer, Thomas Usell, Freda Utley, Thomas Uzzell, Herman Ullstein, Mark Van Doren, Hendrick Willem van Loon, Miles Vaughn, The Viking Press, Oswald Garrison Villard, Hugh Mason Wade, Philip Wagner, Nym Wales, Stanley Walker, Margaret Walraven, Mary Walsh, Richard Walsh Jr., Erich Walter, DM Stewart, Ruth Farrar Walton, James Warburg, Vernon Ward, Henry Warfel, Dale Warren, CN Watkins, Goodwin Watson, Carl Weber, Wm Weber, Joseph Wechsberg, Israel SSpanier Wechsler, Harry Wedeck, Edward Weeks, Louis Weinberg, Marcel Weinrich, WL Weiss, Rene' Wellek, Orson Welles, Linton Wells, Martha Wendt, Gerald Wendt, Ives Washburn, John Hall Wheelock, EB White (Mrs.) Mrs..J. Foster White, Robert Whitehand, Milo Whitlatch, Whitman-Ransom-Coulson and Goetz, Thornton Wilder., Albert Williams. Byron Williams, Clarabel Williams, Eleanor Troy Williams, Richmond Williams, Wendell L. Willkie, Winnipeg Free Press Co. Ltd., Robert Withington, EJ Wintringham, Mary Reely-Wisconsin Free Lib. Commission, Joseph Wittlin, Henry Wolfe, Julian Wolff, RE Wolseley, Miriam Wood, Peggy Wood, Weldon Woodson, Lola Worthman, Austin Wright, Cuthbert Wright, Emil Zubryn, Ziemer, Anne Young.
Box 61, Folder 4

1942 - L1.

Scope and Content Note

Cedrid Larson, Gosta Larsson, Bruno Lasker, Augustus Ludwig, Victor Lauriston, HS Latham, J. Laughlin, RS Lawrence, Alfred McClung Lee, Amy Freeman Lee, Henry Lee, Marcia Lee, Wm. Lengel, Florence Becker Lennon, Mauriee Leon, Harold Leorard, Leo Lerman, Max Lerner,.
Box 61, Folder 5

1942 - L2.

Scope and Content Note

Ed Lacy, Llewellyn La Bruce, Oliver La Farge, Juliette Laine, Klaus Lambrecht, Thomas Lamont, Frank Lane, Paul Lang, Leo Lania, Leo Lanier, Fanita Lanier, Cedric Larson, Max Lerner, Albert Rice Leventha, Isaac Don Levine, Jack Lewi, B. Lewis, Bernard Lewis, Jay Leyda, Clars Leiser, Richard Lillard, Edward Lindeman, [UNK] Lindey, Andre' Lion HH Lippincott, Bryant Alden Long, JB Lippincott Co., Lawrence Lipton, Richard Lockridge, Frank Lockwood, Marie Loizeaux, Amy Loreman, Pierre Loving, Faith Mario Loving, Virginia Lowell, Rebecca Lowrie, Mrs. John Lowrie, Flora Ludington, Mildred Lukeman, George Lyon, Gene Lyons
Box 61, Folder 6

1942 - M.

Scope and Content Note

Robert McBride and Co., Coward-McCann, Inc., Buell McCash, Gilbert McClintock, Marion McClure, McFee, Harry Maule, Sidney McGee, Andrew McNally, Paul McNutt, Oscar McPherson, John S Mabon Robert E MacAlarney, Charles Mackintosh, Archibald MacLeish, Fern Maddox, Hugh MacLennan, The Macmillan Co., Magazine Digest, John Magee, P. Magg, Lloyd Mallan, LK Malvern, Conant Manning, Richard Maney, Ronald Mansbridge, WR Manor, Margery Mansfield, Dawes Markwell, AN Marquis Co., Mrs. M Marquis, Marianne Marschak, Bertha Marshall, SLA Marshall, CH Martin, Louis Martin, GE Martling, Martin Matheson, Mary Mathews, Harold Matson, Ernest Matsunaga, G. Mattingly, Charles Maunebach, Andre Maurois, Cliff Maxwell, Ken Macabee, Isaac Mendoza, The Menorah Journal, Dr. HG Merriam, Mrs, Norman Merriam, Hazel Merrimar, Robert Merton, Earl Schenck Miers, Stephen Millard, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Bill Miller, Elizabeth Miller, KM Miller, Mary Miller, WR Miner, Henry Misselwitz, Lilliace Mitchell, Modern Age Books, David Zablodowsky, Modern Industrial Bank, Greg Moller, Lilliam Moltros, Frank Monaghan, Lillian Montecinos, Minnie Hite Moody, William Vaughn Moody, Harry Thornton Moore, John G Moore, Mabel Moore, May Moore, Otis Moore, Dale Morgan, E Winspear, Christopher Morley, Mrs. Dorsey Morris, Jack Morris, Theodore Moffison, [UNK] Morse, Miss L. Morse-Roylett, Robert Moses, Mrs. Murray G Motter, Arnold Mulder, Willard Mullin, Lewis Mumford, Gorham [UNK] Robert Murdock, Tor Myklebost, Moyslyn, Moscow Conference
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 62, Folder 1

1942 - O.

Scope and Content Note

Stephen Naft, James Naismith, Gusta Nance, Robert Nathan National Foundation for Education-Samuel Harrell, Carl Naumberg, Walter Naumann, Frank Knox. Charles Neider, Boris Erich Nelson, Arthur Nesbitt, Richard Neuberger, Allan Nevins, Douglas Newman, Rabbi Louis Newman, Adda Newsom, Mr. Newton, New York Dress Inst., Irene Neymeyer, Mrs. Yorke Nicholson, John Nixon, Jr., John Noll, Lindsay Norden, Lewis Nordyke, James Norman, WW Norton, Hayden Norwood, Kathryn O'Brian, Justin O'Brien, Howard Odum, Fredetick Oeshner, Office of Public Relations, Archibald Ogden, Harry Oliphant, Egbert Oliver, Alton O'Steen, Bonaro Overstreet, AM Owens, Russell Owen, E Walsh,- Oxford University.
Box 62, Folder 2

1942 - P-Q.

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Alexander Page, Mrs. Frank Palmer, Albert Parry, Coleman Parsons, Alma Paschall, Mr. Passaretti, WA Patterson, Dr. PM Payne, William Powell, Post-War World?-Gilbert Cam, SF Porter, Sidney Pomerantz, Lewette Pollock, JH Pollack, ER Pollak, James Sweeny-The Poetry Guild, Edward Podesta, Pocket Books, Inc., Mr. Crayhon-PM Daily, Richard Plant, Frank Place, RE Pierce, Robert Pick, Ben G. Phillips, Dorothy Blair, Wm Phelps, Irving Pflaum, Mary L Pettis, Olga Peterson, Houston Peterson, Charles Peters, Maxwell Perkins, Angus Perkerson, RW Pence, John Pemberton, Jr., Josephine Pemberton, Drew Pearson, NB Pearce, Charles A Pearce, MP Paxton, William Powell, Carroll Pratt, Fletcher Pratt, John L Pratt, Mr. Quinn, Ann Pridky, Prentice-Hall, Press Association, Wm H Price, WC Prime, Print, John W Pritchard, George Pugh, Norma J Pugh, Purdue University, Lawson Purdy, Ruth Putnam, Lucy Putnam Diana Pittman Quarles, Ellery Queen, Margery Quigley, Quote.
Box 62, Folder 3

1942 - R.

Scope and Content Note

Anthony Passaretti-Romeike, Wm Radloff, WM Ramsey, George Randlett, Leah Daniels-Random House, Burton Rascoe, Kenneth Rawlings, B Rector, Ben Ray Redman, Donald [UNK] Helen Reichenbaum, Guenter Reimann, Mary Reinau, George Renard, Emery Reves, George Reynolds, Harold Ribalow, James Ricci, Edwin Rice, Isla Paschal Richardson, Sullivan C Richardson, Barbara Richardson, Vivian Richardson, Dow Richardson, Rose Richter, EV Rickenbacker, Roger Wm Riis, David Ritchie, Mrs. Simpson Ritter, Stewart Robb, Darius Roberts, Ellis Roberts, Dautri Robin, Max Robin, Henry M Robinson, CA Robinson, HB van Wesep-the Rockefeller Foundation, Max Roden, Rodman, Ginger Rogers, John Wm Rogers, Abe Rogow-A Plan for Immediate and Lasting Peace, Jack Rohan, Carl Rollins, Charles Rolo, Jules Romains, Ben Rose, Jean Rose, Rosen, Malcolm Rosholt, Cecil Poole-The [UNK] Rosicrucian Order, Fred Rose, Nathan Rothman, Herman Rovner, Richard Rowan, John Rowe, Edna Rulein, Beatrice Rupp, AW [UNK] David Russell, Wm Russell, Edward Ruten, Stephen Ryan, CT Ryan, Edward Ryan.
Box 62, Folder 4

1942 - S-1.

Scope and Content Note

Anup Singh, John Sise, Bill Slcan, Harold Small, J.H. Small, Charles E Smith, Datus Smith Jr., Dent Smith, Grace Partridge Smith, Jessica Smith, Robert Aura Smith, Norman Smith, Rebecca Smith, Edith Snow, Virginia Smith, Frank Snowden, Carl Snyder, Margaret Snyder, Bernard Sobel, Gilbert Rae Sonbergh, Walter Sorell, Winthrop Southworth, FI Spanayes, Larry Spivak, Walter Spofford, George W Spohn, Claire M Spotswood, John Stainer, Theron Staples, Ada Bell Stapleton, Vincent Starrett, John Steindler, Mrs. Lee R Steiner, Edith Stern, Philip Van Doren Stern, George Stevens, Burton Stevenson, George Stewart, WK Stewart, Dan Stiles, James Stokely, Dillard Stokes, Air Cadet Stone, Phil Stong, Irwin Strouss, Robert Strauz-Hupe, Laura Polanyi Striker, Arthur Stringer, Simeon Strunsky, Charles Stuart, Charles Studin, Thomas Sugrue, Sidney Salkin, Donna Sullivan, Aaron Sussman, Jesse Sutton, Margaret Sutton, [UNK] (AV)
Box 62, Folder 5

1942 - S-2.

Scope and Content Note

Edwin Sabin, IL Salomon, Gaetano Salvemini, Hugh Sanford, Ely Sanger, Stefan Santesson, George B Saul, Mark Saxton, Alfred Sayers, Roger Scaife, FJ Scheerer, Elizabeth Schenck, Harry Scherman, Bernardine Scherman, Joseph Schmedding, Nat Schmulowitz, MB Schnapper, Emily Schossberger, Flora Rheta Schreiber, Paul Schubert, Frederick Schuman, Max Sbhuster, John Schweitzer, Frances Scialy, Hilory Scott, PG Perrin, Frederick Seely, Burr Shafer, Alexander de Seversky, Count Carlo Sforza, Kenneth Shaffer, Dorothy Shapiro, Albert Shaw, Clay Shaw, Mrs. (E) Lenon Shaw, Elton Shaw, Harry Shaw, Roger Shaw, Jack Shay, Lt. Governor Odell Shepard, Douglas Shepardson, Martin Sheridan, Ellen Sherman, Sol Sherman, Mrs. AM Sherwood, AJ Shirley, Francis Shoemaker, [UNK] [UNK] Krishnalal Shridharani, Harry Shriver, George Shuster, Leon [UNK] Mildred Silver, Saul Silvers, Richard Simon, Margaret Simon, OS Sindelka, FA Singer
Box 62, Folder 6

1942 - T.

Scope and Content Note

Mortimer Taube, Herbert Taylor, Ordway [UNK] Leon Tabbetts, Negley Teeters, Miriam Teichner, PW Tell, Musa Tellier, Theatre Library Association, David Thomas, FLR Thomas, Lydia Thomas, Alan Thompson, Malvina Thompson, Stanley Thompson, John Stuart Thomson, Clarence Thorpe, Merle Thorpe, Dorothy Thum, Agnes Tierney, Hugh Tigner, Jane Tiller, Lon Tinkle, LH Titterton, Arthur Tourtellot, Henry C Tracy, Argus Tresidder, Roberta Trigg, Lillian S Troy, Lawrence Tucker, Frank Tully, Jim Tully.
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 63, Folder 1

1942 - U-V.

Scope and Content Note

Charles Underhill, Nell Unger, Louis Untermeyer, Anderson-Dewey, University of California, University of North Carolina, U. of Oklahoma Press, Thomas Uzzell, Oswald G Villard, George S Viereck, Viking Press, Samuel Van Valkenburg, Pierre Van Paassen, James Van Alen, Diane Valentine, Arejas Vitkauskas, Henry Volkening, CAV Volinhofer.
Box 63, Folder 2

1942 - Wage and Hours.

Box 63, Folder 3

1942 - W.

Scope and Content Note

Nym Wales, DeWitt Wallace, Honorable Henry A Wallace, Jame a H Wallace, K. Wang, Chi-Chen Wang, Roy Walford, Walter Wagner, Lenore Ward, Vernon Ward, Mrs. Richard F. Warner, CN Watkins, HA Watt, Robert Watt, Addison Webb, Wm Weber, Margaret Webster, Carl Wecks, Edward Weeks, Frank Weil, FC Weiskopf, Maxim Lieber, Otis Weise, Ruth Weiss, Genevieve Welch, MS Welch, Charles Weller, Gertrude Wellington, Carlton Wells, Fay Gillis Wells, Linton Wells, John Welsh, Gerald Wendt, Alfred Werner, Edgar Wesley, Ernest Wheeler, Mrs. Eugene Wheelock, John White, WA White, Robert Whitehand, Harold Whitnell, Margaret Widdemer, Isabel Wilder, Captain [UNK] Wilder, Roland Wiley, Tom Wilhelm, Jacob Wilk, Kenneth Skinner, Al Williams, [UNK] Laurie Williams, CT Williams, Frieda Williams, Henry Wilson, Lola Wilson, The Hon. John Winant, Rose Bigman-Mr. Winchell, Mrs. Clayton Winn, Maurice Winograd, Emanuel Winters, Robert Withington, Joseph Wittlin, Ann Wolfe, R E Wolseley, Geraldine - The Woman, Ray Wood, Dorothy Woodruff, Henry Woods, SJ Woolf, Dr. Leon Kubowitzki-World Jewish Congress, World Publishing Co., George Wosk, Hilda Wray, Richardson Wright, Ruth Jones-Writers Digest, Writer's Journal
Box 63, Folder 4

1942 - X-Y-Z.

Scope and Content Note

SA Yorks, Eva Young, Grace Young, Lucien Zacharoff, Jake Zeitlin, Gregory Zilboorg, Dr. Zylstra.
Box 63, Folder 5

Lamont Controversy.

Scope and Content Note

Arthur Edison, Henwood, Owen Young, SJ Smitney, Frank M Millers, Thomas Lamont, Bill Benet, Harrisoh Smith, Franklin Wentworth, John F Kelleher, Cyrus Eaton, Winthrop Parkhurst, David A Bailey, Albert H Flaig, Clyde A. Mann, CF Ratham, Irwin Joseph, Rev. Edward Doane, Frances A Randolf, Nathaniel Blaisdell, Alfred Holman, WJ Euggan, David Lyle
Box 63, Folder 6

Mrs. Kingsley,. Bernard Shea, JJ Estabrook,

Box 63, Folder 7

1943-44 - A.

Scope and Content Note

Hallett Abend, Charles Abrams, Carl Ackerman, Louis Adamic, James Truslow Adams, Hervey Allen, Alfred Knopf, The American Economic Foundation, American Council on Public Affairs-Schnapper, American National Red Cross-Charles Cogging, Bert Andrews, Ben Appel, David Appel, George Arms, WP Armstrong, Nathan Ausubel, CE Ayees, Stanley Anderson, Brig, Gen. Armstrong, Olga Peterson, - American Library Association
Box 63, Folder 8

1943-4 - B.

Scope and Content Note

Hon Joseph Ball, Hugh Beach, Maurice Basseches, Leomrd Bacon, Joseph Baker, John Barkham, Jacques Barsun, Pete Baumann, Carl Beck, Norman Bel Geddes, Silas Bent, Edward Bernays, Philip Bernstein, Struthers Burt, Mr. Van Wyck Brooks, Dan Brown, John Mason Brown, Robert Burns, Devereux Butcher, EV Biel, Abraham Bienstock, LM Birkhead, Frederick Birmingham, Charles Blanchard, Dr. Smiley Blanton, Joseph Blickensderfer, David Bowers.
Box 63, Folder 9

B. Cerf 1943-4. (letters to and from Bannett Carf)

Box 63, Folder 10

Conscription. (Howard Collins)

Box 63, Folder 11

Editorials.

Box 63, Folder 12

1943-4 - D.

Scope and Content Note

Virginuis Dabney, Joseph Daniels, Jonathan Daniels, Jerome Davis, Wallace Duell, Bernard DeVoto, Thomas Dewey, Dorothy W Downes,
Box 63, Folder 13

1943-4 - E.

Scope and Content Note

Roger Scaife-Encore, Winifred Eddington, Irwin Edman, Gus Edson, George F Eliot, Harris Ellsworth, Wm. Ernst, JJ Estabrook, Raymond Everitt, LC Goodrich, Mrs. AR Evans, Ronald F Eyer,
Box 63, Folder 14

1943-4 - F.

Scope and Content Note

Clifton Fadiman, JN Sayre-Fellowship, Charles Ferguson, Marshall Field, John Gould Fletcher, John T. Flanagan, Helen Hartness Flanders, A Keith Fowler, Lawrence Frank, Jerome Frank, Barbara Fleury, George Freitag, Doris Flowers,
Box 63, Folder 15

1943-4 - G.

Scope and Content Note

Montgomery Gambrill, LR Blanchard - Gannett Newspapers, Mrs. George Garfield, Helen A Gaubert, Donald Porter Geddes, Harry D. Gideonse, Edmund Gilligan, Dr. Sol W Ginsburg, JH Gipson, John Goette, Abel Green, Lt. Col. Roy Grinker, Antoni Gronowicz, Sara C Gross.
Box 63, Folder 16

1943-4 - K.

Scope and Content Note

Waldemar Kaempffert, HM Kallen,
Box 63, Folder 17

1943-4 - L.

Scope and Content Note

Loning, Walter Lippmann, HH Lippincott, Sm Levitas, Max Lerner.
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 64, Folder 1

1943-4 - M.

Scope and Content Note

BJ Mullaney, Robert Mead Jr., Dr. Karl Menninger, Francis Merchant, Isidore Meyer, Henry Allen Moe, John Mills, James Marshall, Mother McCaffrey, Robert Wetzel, Col. HS Mazet, Wilson McCutchan, Oscar McPherson, Wm McFee, Marybelle McClelland.
Box 64, Folder 2

1943-4 -N.

Scope and Content Note

Martin Niembeller, Louis Nizer.
Box 64, Folder 3

O.W.I.

Scope and Content Note

Wallace Pratt, Harold Ickes, Ralph Gallagher, Elmer Davis, RT Haslam, The East and West Association, Negroes and the War, Women War Workers, GC Lucas, Victory Gardens, Magazine War Guide, Tale of a City, - pamphlets and correspondence from the Office of War Information.
Box 64, Folder 4

1943-4 - P. Pierotti,

Box 64, Folder 5

1943-4 - S.

Scope and Content Note

Emily Schossberger, Stanley Peter Silbey, Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey, Messrs. Teagle and Farish, Frank Howard, Brig. Gen. Oscar Westover,- Standard Oil Development Co., Julian Street, Sugrue.
Box 64, Folder 6

Jonathan Daniels - Byrd - 1945. (articles by Daniels, memos)

Box 64, Folder 7

1945 - H-K.

Scope and Content Note

Lorrain Holcombe, Alfred Holloway, Raymond Holden, Henry Holt and Co., Byron Hopkins, Alphonse Heningburg, Mr. Henderson, John Hersey, Max Herzberg, Addison Hibbard, Serrell Hillman, Curtice Hitchcock, Alfred Haake, Caryl Haskins, Louis Halle Jr., [UNK] Hadden, Lawrence Hall, Walter Phelps Hall, Richard Edes Harrison, Paul Harrison, Laurance Harwood, Samuel Harrell, Chester Kerr, Leopold Koh Manuel Komroff, Robert Jackson, CM Jansky, Howard Mumford Jones, Eric Johnston, Ben H. Lambe.
Box 64, Folder 8

Engagements.

Scope and Content Note

Dublin Conference Committee, Ruby Hurley, Inauguration of Bryn Hovde, Symposium on the Problems and Tasks of International Education, The Community Churchof N.Y., Columbia Univ., Contemporary Club, Charles W Dunn, American Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Assoc., Cooper Union, The Century Club, Carteret Book Club, NAACP, The United Church, Viking Press Inc., Candor, Princeton, UN Forum, Atomic Energy Control Conference, Foreign Policy Assoc., East Tenn, Education Assoc, National Council of Teachers of English,
Box 64, Folder 9

Cousins - Lecture Data.

Scope and Content Note

Henry Canby, Milton Caniff, Melville Cane, Carl Carmer, Helen Cartier, Pierre Cartier, Mr. Jo Hubbard Chamberlin, Charlotte Observer, Stuart Chase, Sheldon Cheney, Elizabeth Schenk, Mary Anglemyer, Amy Loveman - Lee Keedick,
Box 64, Folder 10

1946 - A-General.

Scope and Content Note

George Arms, David Adkins, John Atlee, Charles Abrams, Hamilton F Armstrong, Gay Allen, JF Albright, Rouben Abel, AM Anderson, Edward Allen, Harriet Anderson, Robert Arthur, Michael Amrine, Peter Arno, Irene Kuhn, Frank Altschul, Eddie Albert, OK Armstrong,
Box 64, Folder 11

Americans United Press Releases - 1946.

Box 64, Folder 12

Americans United - Ra: Mr. Bell.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence,

Box 65, Folder 1

Atomic - Misc. (misc. articles and committees)

Box 65, Folder 2

Atomic Age Column - SRL.

Scope and Content Note

(first article appeared in issue of 11/17/45-piece by Eugene Wigner; correspondence abt. Atomic Age: Lois Clark, Mildred Fenner, Hazel Davis, John Voelker, Crate Dalton, Paul Kellogg, address by Dr. Henry DeWolf, KZ Morgan, Dr. Milton Burton, Arthur Morgan, Anno Perkins, Robert Bordner, Rev Rowland Nye, Robert Wilson,
Box 65, Folder 3

AU Releases. (Americans United for World Government)

Box 65, Folder 4

Atomic Information - Bulletins.

Box 65, Folder 5

Atomic Energy.

Scope and Content Note

Gordon Connelly, Editte Huntington Snow, Ulric Bell, Richard Scandrett, Richard Fagley, (corres. and articles and pamphlets)
Box 65, Folder 6

Meeting at AU.

Scope and Content Note

Raymond Swing, Ordway Tead, Rex Stout, Eugene Wigner, HD Smyth, Carlos Romulo, Emery Reves, Harry Read, Harry Scherman, David Sarnoff, Raymond Fosdick, RM MacIvers, James Shotwell, Henry Atkinson, Wm Fox, Max Lerner, Beardsley Ruml, Walter Millis, Leo Cherne, Sumner Wells, Grenville Clark, Henry Smyth,
Box 65, Folder 7

Dinners for Atomic Scientists. (letter from JH Rush and list of names)

Box 65, Folder 8

Atomic Scientist Bulletins.

Box 65, Folder 9

1946 - B-General.

Scope and Content Note

Frederick D Bond, John M Brown, Boston Post, Alena Bernaskova, Frida Sarsen-Bucky, Joseph Brandt, Ben L Burman, Dorothy Briggs, George Braziller, Rev. Franklin Bower, Norman Bowen, Paul Brooks, JR de la Torre Bueno Jr., Lawton Brayton, Edward Bernard, Wm Rose Benet, Marshall Best, CP Brett Jr., Dwight Bolinger, Norman Behr, Thomas Benton, E. Munroe Bates, Chaster Bowles, Peggy Boyesen, Carl Brandt, Lorraine Letcher Butler, Marie Bliss, Mr. Pear, Karen Harden Bynum, DS Burleson, Hanson Baldwin, Charles Bryan, Edward Bernays, Miss Lee Borgida, Earl Browder, Jacques Barsun, Harlow Shapley, AS. Burack, Emile Benoit-Smullyan, Mrs. C. Pierson Booraem, Milton Burton, Julia Roche-sec'ty to Donald Bishop, Wm Benton, Roger Baldwin, George Brent, Mary Bruce, Constance Barnet, The Blackbook, Paul Bird, Carl Binger, Roark Bradford, Leon Blum, Frank Crowninshield, Stanley Baum, Hal Brody, Edgar Bissantz, Wayne Burns, Roger Butterfield, Natalie Brown, Mrs. AG Brush, Henry Bruere, Alan Blackmer;. CM Bertolette, Harrison Brown, Jack Goodman, Max Schuster,
Box 65, Folder 10

Book Reviews Correspondence.

Scope and Content Note

Milton Stewart, Richard Morse, Woodburn Ross, Horace Reynolds, Ralph de Toledano, John Conly, Frederick D Bond, S. Gilinsky, John Hastings, Louis Ridnour, George F Milton, Mary K Hickman, Watson, Arthur Rosenheimer, Laurence Johnson, Mark Watson, Elmer Davis, Paul O'Leary, Budd Schulberg, Erwin Edman, Allen Haden, SLA Marshall, Alan DeVoe, Maxwell Cohen, Mr. Todrin, Alfred McClung Lee, Grace Estap, Ray Walsh, Charles Rolo, Jerry Voorhis, Crdway Tead, Renee Nell, Raymond Walsh, Mrs. Phil Stone, Harry Scherman, Eduard Lindman, Arthur Schlesinger, Marjory Douglas, Wm Ziff, Lon Tinkel, Larry Kubie, Paul Flowers, HM Kallen, Bill Lynch, Kurt Bernheim, Milton MacKaye, Tom Sugure, Kester Svendson, Marchella Powers, Richard Walsh, Ron Schiller, Ella Winter, Gilmore Warner, Rubin Gotesky, Mark Starr, Harold Fields, Carl Brandt, Cass Canfield, Robert Smiller, J hm Wharton, [UNK] Hockelberry, Victor Knauth,
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 66, Folder 1

C-1.- 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Melville Cane, Robert Crawford, Council on Foreign Relations, Helen Carleton, Celia Delafield, FR Coudert, Bennett Cerf, HR Carson, Karl Chworowsky, Donald Carmony, Richard Cordell, HS Canby, Charles Coryell, Doloris Coulter, Gerald Chittenden, Marian Carter, Columbia Univ. Press-Catherine Scott, Paul Cutright, Bob Cluett, Howard Collins, David Cohn - You Can't Eat Democracy, Judith Churchill, TE Cronk, Ely Culbertson, Stuart A Cohen, Courtland Canby, Margaret Cassidy, Saul Cohn, GE Carvell, Robert Cousins, Mary Cornwal Andree Colt, Marie Whitbeck Clark, Alfred Cohn, Earl Crowder, Thomas Coward, Henry Canby, Chase Conley, R Clary, John Chambers, Edward Canby, Benjamin Cohen, Gordon Chalmers, Howard Collins, Lois D Cole, Cass Canfield, John Clayton, Miss Carter, M. Estes Cocke, Mrs. Paul Comstock, Laurence Campbell, WS Campbell, Columbia Broadcasting, Tsungthai Cleng, Wm Kilpatrick, Ely Culbertson, Margaret B Charles, Dean Cheng, Henry Christman, Carrie Les Collins, Edgar Cole, Helen Coggeshall, Helen F Carleton, T. Wood Clarke, WT Couch, Ralph Collins, Katherine Cromwell, Howard Curtis, Cyril Clemens, C. Ward Crampton, Peggy P Church, Marvin Chaiken, Everett Clinchy, Stilwell Clopp.
Box 66, Folder 2

C-2 - 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Bennett Cenf, John Wm Rogers, Robert Wayne, Arthur Mayer, Julien Cornell, Thomas Coward, EZ Dimitman, Richard Simon, Louise Frankenstein, Earl Halmer, Louis Finkelstein, Jessica Feingold,- Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion, Dr. Clarence Chapelle, John Davis,
Box 66, Folder 3

D-General - 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Bob Dworkin, Mary S Douglas, Charles W Dunn, Sister Mary Dorothy, Mary Gould Davis, EL DeGolyer, Elmer Davis, Wm G Dooley, Richard Daiuelsas, JR Dunning, Richard Ely Danielson, Louis Dobbs, Henry Dreyfuss, Marjory S Dauglet, Paul Douglass, Jerome Davis, Virginuis Dabney, Basil Davenport, Miriam A deFord, Arthur Draper, David Cohn, Jonathan Daniels, Jerome Davis, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Elsie Dick, Beatrics Desfosses, Marian Diller, George Denny, Joseph Dolan, Alan Devoe, Norman Donaldson, Howard Dietz, John Desmond, Jerome Frank, Sidney Dark, Wm J Donovan
Box 66, Folder 4

Dublin Material.

Scope and Content Note

(Dublin Conference Committee, Alan Cranston, Chairman, Wayne D Williams, article)
Box 66, Folder 5

E-General - 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Morris L Ernst, Mrs. George Fielding Eliot, Chades Edison, Fred W Ellsworth, Irwin Edman, Marint Ebon, George de Huszar-Encyclopedia Britannica, Albert Einstein - Transcript of broadcast, Telephone conversation with David Lilienthal, Fred Eikel, Mr. and Mrs. Ellison, A. Einstein, Frank A Aydelotte, Christopher Emmet, James B Conant, Bob Eaton
Box 66, Folder 6

Federal World Government. (letters, news, signatures)

Box 66, Folder 7

G-General - 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Richard Gehman, Reverend Crossman, Woodrew Geier, Edmund Gilligan, Arthur Gordon, Cecil Gamble, S. Gordon, Marguerite, Livingston, Cleland Garber, Lewis Galantiere, Elinor Green, Julian Griggs, Ferris Greenslet, Gimbel's Dept. Store, Bruce Gould-Ladies' Home Journal, Eva Grant, JR Cominsky, Lulu Gabel Giese, S. Gilinsky, Lynn Carrick, Lloyd Garrison, Marjorie Griesser, Bernice Goospeed, Abel Green, Richard Gehman, Elliott Goldman, Jan-Albert Goris, Wm E Gross, Mrs. Rufus M. Gibbs, OJ Silverthern, Alice Goodman, Mr. Goldman, Emanuel Greenberg, Frank Gervasi, Frances O'Brian Garfield, John Kenneth Galbraith, Anna L Gaantz, JW Gitt,- Gazette and Daily, SW Garlington, Mrs. U. Graham, Fred Greth, Matt Gordon, Miss Gerard, Lewis Gannett, RG Gustavson
Box 66, Folder 8

Freedom House, George Field, Executive Secretary, Letters and articles.

Box 66, Folder 9

Federation of Atomic Scientists. M. Amrine, releases, J. Rush,

Box 66, Folder 10

N.C.A.I. Releases.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 67, Folder 1

Dublin Conference.

Scope and Content Note

Alan Cranston, Henry Cabot, Rev. EA Conway, Thomas Mahony, JA Migel, Grenville Clark, Harrison Brown,; Articles, booklets releases etc.
Box 67, Folder 2

H - 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Mason Hurd, HL Boff, George Harris, Sidney N Hillyard, Prof. Felix Hirsch, Harold Helfer, Mark Haymon, Raymond Himelick, Howard Huntington, David Hall, David Hinshaw, George Holt, Alexander Hehmeyer, Maurice Hill, John H Holmes, GP Lohman--Haynes-Griffin, Lawrence Hill, Rollin Hemens, BW Huebsch, Rey Heagy, RB Hudson, Bert Hedges, Henry Holt and Co., Joseph Hirsh, John Hastings, Henrietta Hardman, Charlotte Hageman, Laura Hobson, John Hutchens, Mark Haymon, Bernice D Hall, Cordell Hull, Claire Hunter, Myron Hoch, Max Herzberg, CL Heyman, Harnett Kane, Haldeman-Julius Publ., Frederick Hehr, Sally [UNK] Mr. Huff, Barbara Howes, Arthur Hodges, Paul Hollister, Donald Hock, Richard Harrity, Miss Haas, Cuthbert Hurd, Laura Hobson, Colton Hand, Alexander Hawes, Esther Hibbard, Dr. Julian Huxley, Richard Harrity, Hazel Hutchison, Morris Hadley, Hans Bendix, Dr. Wm E Hocking
Box 67, Folder 3

L-General - 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Charles Lee, Alfred McClung Lee, Theo. Lentz, HH Lippincott, Bernard Lewis, Charles Lee, Jules Levire, Clarence Low, Albert Lasker, Leo Lania, David Lilienthal, Kit Lehman, Bill Lynch, Mary M Lloyd, TW Lamont, WM Lowry, Thomas Lamont, Lauterbach, Charles Lee, Edward Sanders, Leo Lerman, Wm E Larned, Beulah Hagen Russell Lord, Langer, Wm Lawrence, Albert Lasker, Alma W Levinson, JJE Linton, Lester Longman, CA Liepmann, Howard Lesourd, Lucius Beebe Memorial Library--HF Carleton, Nathan Levin, [UNK] Jager, Fitzhugh Lee, Wm. Laurence, Clarence Lee, Mr. Logan, Harlan, Lee Loomis, Elizabeth Lyman, Paul Leedy, Andrea Simon, Matthew Woll, George Little, Reginald Lang, Mario Rollier, R. Lindquist, Amy Les, Helen Lowe, Maria Levinskaya.
Box 67, Folder 4

M-General - 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Henry Meyers, L. Goldberg, Harry Moore, George Macy, Frederick Mills, Richmond Miller, Margaret Meiklehan, HG Merriam, RM Macdonald, Mary Murphy, David Munro, James McLeod, Helen Mamas, JA Migel, Georg Mann, Rev, Harold E Martin, Lee Meyers, Prof. Mary Murphy, Christopher Morley, Groucho Marx, Karl Menninger, Brien McMahon, Goerge Fort Milton, Mercantile Library, Fern Maddox, Mary-Clare McHugh, Christian Miller, Edward McSweeney, Allen Moritz, James Minifie, Edgar A Mowrer, Dexter Matters, James H Mann, Lowis Mumford, Eunice T Miner, JA McKaughan, F Maddox, Helen MacDonald, AJ Muste, Paul E Miller, Robert Misch, Charles Lam Markmann, Daniel Melcher, Kenneth Mayall, Issac L Myers, Richard D McCann, Winifred Moore, Maria Moravsky, Mr. McGill, Mr. McDowell, Hal McIntosh, Ed Nofziger, HB Miller, Frank Frazier, Russell Mack, Thomas Malley, W McAtee.
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 68, Folder 1

Marx, [UNK].

Physical Description: (3 letters)
Box 68, Folder 2

Murford, Lewis; 1946.

Physical Description: (33 letters, telegram, memos)
Box 68, Folder 3

Library of Int. Relations. (notes and quotes on world affairs)

Box 68, Folder 4

Lilienthal Report. (notes on the report, How Can Atomic Energy be Controlled?, 4 letters, A Report on the International Control of Atomic Energy - pamphlet)

Box 68, Folder 5

Clare Booth Luce, 1946. (newspaper clippings, 8 letters)

Box 68, Folder 6

Keedick Lecture Agency.

Physical Description: (5 letters)
Box 68, Folder 7

Oak Ridge. (Association of Engineers and Scientists, 10 letters and World Gov't Committees reports not for release)

Box 68, Folder 8

Propaganda Battlefront (Bulletins). (bi-monthly publication)

Box 68, Folder 9

Q - General - 1946. (empty)

Box 68, Folder 10

R - General - 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Robert Rothberg, S. Raddock, Horace Reynolds, Owen Roberts, Hilary Richardson, George Raffalovich, Bill Robinson, Shiva Rao, Santha Rana Rau, Rev. Nelson Rightmyer, Jessyca Russell, Carlos Romulo, Ben Ray Redman, John Wm Rogers, Gertrude Ruhnka, John, Rogers, Cares Rollins, JS Reid, Paul Ramsey, Robert Ruhl, Arthur Roberts, Waverly Root, Henry Robinson, Innes Rose, Constance Robertson, Charles Raddock, Louis Rabinowitz, Clarence Randall, Henry Robinson, Louis Ridenour, Corinne Johnson-Reader's Digest, Erich Rosenthal, Eleanor Roosevelt, JH Rush, Harold Ribalow, George Ross, Clete Roberts, [UNK] Rehkopf, Beardsley Ruml, Frederick Rinehart, Wm Robinson, Mr. Reves, Robert Rogers,
Box 68, Folder 11

Religious Material.

Scope and Content Note

(taken from The Annals of The [UNK] Academy of Political and Social Science, Religious Press Committee, Minister of the Gospel-preached in the First Union Congressional Church, Council for Social Action, The Jewish Forum, The Bible Auditorium of the Year, Challenge, Our Listeners' Monthly Newspaper, American Broadcasting [UNK], United Israel Bulletin, Calvary Radio Ministry, Christian Register Unitarian, Voice of Prophecy, America Back to G-d, Columbia Broadcasting System, Word of Life Fellowship, National Broadcasting Co., Religion and Labor, Liberty.
Box 68, Folder 12

Science. (Whither is Science Leading Us? - lecture)

Box 68, Folder 13

Stamford Advocate. (dummies, letters, clippings, articles, photostats.)

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 69, Folder 1

S - General - 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Upton Sinclair, Helen Sioussat, Bernard Sobel, Donald Snyder, John Seovil, Robert Saudek, Roger Straus, George Stevens, Henry Stewart, Lesley B Simpson, SL Shneiderman, Raymond Schuessler, Paula Snelling, John Storck, Marie Seton, James [UNK] Soby, TV Smith, Mark Starr, Ik Shuman, SJ Simon, Leo Sigl, Wm Sloane, Sue Solomon, Joseph Sternbach, Ellery Sedgwick, Spencer Scott, Leon Shimkin, John Scotford, Arthur Sylvester, Edward Seay, Cecil Smith, Eric Sevareid, M Schuster, Ramon Servito, Wm Spicer, Margaret Shardelow, Emile [UNK]-Smullyan, Frederick Sorenson, Ruth Smith, Alex [UNK], Joseph Steinhardt, Frank Sullivan, Marion Sanders, Elaine Stern, Joseph Sugarman, Guy Emery Shipler, Selma Snyder, Gerald Simon, Sanford Skilton, Charley Schloss, Szilard, Wallace Stegner, Raymond Swing, Wm Sloane, Julius Seligson, Budd Schulberg, Ruth Stowe, Leland Stowe, Thomas Stix, Theodore Schapiro, Kenneth Stewart, Rex Stout, Ron Schiller, Murry Salberg, Dr. Snapper, James Speer, Harlan Smith, Sigrid Schultz, John Slocum, RW Stoughton, AC Spectorsky, Mr. Strunsky, Emily Schossberger, Maron Simon, Beecher Spees, Louis Weiss, Frances Pollack, Thomas Sugrue, Paul Sharron, Harold Taylor, George Bernard Shaw.
Box 69, Folder 2

Students' Organizations - World Government. (Pamphlets, letters, telegrams, dlippings to Norman Cousins.)

Box 69, Folder 3

T - General - 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Milton H Thomas, Terminal Barber Shops, Ordway Tead, Larry Tighe, Louis Tannen, James Thrasher, Jay Tower, Charles Treacy, BA Tompkins, AF Trevisan, Jack Trepel, FM Turner, Mr. Sulzberger, EA Lyman,
Box 69, Folder 4

Uranus. (newspaper clipping)

Box 69, Folder 5

UNRRA - UNESCO. (Carl Milam's UNESCO letter, Monthly UNRRA Review)

Box 69, Folder 6

W - General - 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Nicholas Wreden, FC Weiskopf, Phil Wylio, Sam Williamson, John and Carly Wharton, WL White, WW [UNK], Joseph Wechsberg, Alexander Woollcott - Twenty Years [UNK] White, Henry Wolfe, Miriam Wheeler, Roy Waite, Frederick [UNK], Dixon Wecter, Reese Wade, Thompson Webb, DeWitt Wallace, Walter Werner, Robert Willcox, A Washington, Margaret Webster, Rita J Williams, Philip Wylie, Sidney Wallach, Mark Watson, Edmund Wilson, Walter Wanger, Robert Wilkin, Albert Williams Jr., Dee Woods, Jerry Voorhis, John Voelker, Mrs. Van Holland, Joseph Vodrey, Wm. J. Zaleski, Robert Young, George Zook, Martin Yoseloff, Walter Yust, Milton Zisowitz, JA Migel, John Wharton, Dixon Wecter, Ray Walters, RB Wolseley, Julia Roche, Richardson Wright, Henry Wolf, Fritz von Windegger, Edgar [UNK], Emery Reves, John Whiting, John Wolbarst, Colston Warne, Harvey Williams, Clifford Forster, Hermine Norden, Ross Hoffman, CF Winslow,
Box 69, Folder 7

Folder, Warner, Rex. article called Common Sense is Not Enough.

Box 69, Folder 8

World Federalists. pamphlet, telegram, letter to Mr. Whitehouse)

Box 69, Folder 9

World Government - Miscellanėous.

Scope and Content Note

pamphlet - World Gov't and Peace, Education for Survival, Peace Plan, Spiritual Approach to the Atomic Age, Reports, etc.
Box 69, Folder 10

UWF - Unsorted.

Scope and Content Note

bulletins, pamphlets - World Gov't, The Path to Peace, releases, letters-George Allen, Wm Barrett, Jesse MacKnight, clippings, pamphlet - Vital Speeches of the Day, Search for Security, [UNK] of the Mind (article) Personal Philosophies by Leland Stowe, World Gov't High-lights, The World Next Door, Saturday Review of Lit., photos, National edition of One World or None (several copies)
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 70, Folder 1

N.C. Manuscript - “A Treasury of Democracy.” (several hundred pages)

Box 70, Folder 2

UWF Unsorted.

Scope and Content Note

Minutes of meetings, photostat of A virginian in Texas, supplements, releases, bulletins, letters, speeches, memos, pamphlet - “Yes, But-” about Federal World Gov't, UWF - Policy, program, finances, clippings
Box 70, Folder 3

Army Education. Press information, pamphlet - The Army at War, section from magazine.

Box 70, Folder 4

Atomic Age Dinner.

Scope and Content Note

corres.- William Woodward, Suzanne Shuler, Uric Bell, Richard Scandrett, Mrs. Schubert, Brien McMahon, Wm Laurence, Harry Sherman, Henry Smyth, releases - Americans United, more corres.-Raymond Swing, reservations
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 71, Folder 1

Atomic Age - Misc.

Scope and Content Note

pamphlet - Atomic Energy and American Policy, Peace Day in the U.N., US Foreign Policy; corres.- Thomas Finletter, Henshaw, Robert Stone, Lincoln Schuster, Sam Marx, Kurt Kraus, pamphlets - Health Protection Activities of the Plutonium Project, A Chance for PeaceThe Atomic Age and Education, Message from the President, Corres.- John L Balderston Jr., John Simpson, Joel Hedgpeth, Thomas Lamont, EC Mayer, pamphlet - Peace and the Atom Bomb, How to Control the Atomic Threat, conference, Clare Booth Luce - letter and article The Secret of the Atom Bomb, Jacob Wilk, Jerome Mathanson, Will Yolen,JR Reid, Theodore Welton, Gustav BuckyAlbert Einstein, Leo Cherne, Theodore Welton, Alex EiseinmannEdward [UNK],
Box 71, Folder 2

Bevin Speech. (corres. and speech)

Box 71, Folder 3

N. Cousins.

Scope and Content Note

Jeanette Connolly, Dorothy Canfield, [UNK] Brossard, Robert Cousins, Thomas Lamont, Grace Mayer, GI Patterson, Marian Carter, Julian Street, Thomas Sugrue, Ferris Greenslet, Marcella Powers, Natalie Brown, Joseph Hirsh, Emery Reves, Estelle Mandel, David Sprung, HD Pier, Heinz Norden, Lewis Arthur, Louis Dolivet, Wm Carr, Carl Carmer, Richard Plant, Leonard Carlton, AS Burack, Harry Farren, Lillian Lustig, ([UNK] and something about Norman Cousins)
Box 71, Folder 4

Cousins, Norman Personal.

Scope and Content Note

Miss Shenk, Dorothy Diemer, Lee Keedick - manager, Theodore Stuart, article about education by NC, bills, Noah G Gallop, Wesley Tuttle, S Bronstein, Wm Sadowsky, Roger Scaife, Clare Horvath,
Box 71, Folder 5

American Civil Liberties Union - Corres.

Scope and Content Note

Frederick Robin, John H Holmes, Clifford Forster, Fred Robbins, Roger Baldwin, BW Huebsch, and some pamphlets.
Box 71, Folder 6

Americans United - Corres.

Scope and Content Note

Alan Green, Virginues Dabney, Frederica Barach, Mary Bolte, Edgar Ansel [UNK], Clifton Fadiman, [UNK] Edgarton, Russell Davenport, Mac [UNK], Lilliam Swift, Edwin Chinlund, Colgate Prentice, Louis Ridenour, Karl Morgan, Charles [UNK], Westmore Willcox, Henry Cabot, [UNK] Case, Pierrepont Noyes, Darryl Zanuck, Robert Thayer, Margaret Banning, Ellen Carpenter, Thomas Eliot, Frank Schaffner, Fyke Farmer, Franklin Schaffner, Donald Cowling, Arthur Goldsmith, Taylor Caldwell, Darryl Zanuck, Russell Smith, Raymond Swing, SL Davidoff, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Archer Morgan, JA Migle, Clifton Fadiman, leo Cherne, Robert Wilson, Robert Tilove, AJG Priest, Marion Etcheverry, Neal Potter, Richard Gehman, Ferdinand Everstadt, Gusta We ber, LH Schultz, Ulric Bell,
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 72, Folder 1

Atomic - Misc. US Atomic Energy Proposals, Monsanto Magazine - December 1946,

Scope and Content Note

Using the Atom for Peace, Attitudinal Aspects of the Atomic Crisis by TF Lentz, Atomic Energy Its Future in Power Production, Recent Developments in the UN Commission on Atomic Energy, Atomic Key to the Future, A Personal Memo on Pacifist Strategy in the Atomic Age, America and the Winning of the Peace, Atlantic Topics, Ethical Imperatives for an Atomic Age, Foreign Policy Reports, Atomic Energy - Or Security and Life?, Background and Early History Atomic Bomb Project in Relation to President Roosevelt, Morality of Obliteration Bombing. letters from the Monsanto Chemical Company.
Box 72, Folder 2

Atomic Scientists of Chicago. Leo Szilard, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, releases,

Box 72, Folder 3

Harrison Brown. article, letters, telegram,

Box 72, Folder 4

Education.

Scope and Content Note

The Independent College in an Interdependent World, The Independent School Bulletin, Builders of the New World, Public Education AssociationThe Bennington Idea in Action, Education is a Complicated Thing, Mass Education a Weapon in World Power Struggle, The Meaning of Scholarship for Today, What's Ahead in the Colleges?, Trends in Curriculum-Building
Box 72, Folder 5

Food. Report of the FAO Preparatory Commission on World Food Proposals, Foreign Agriculture Circular - Nov. 4, 1946.

Box 72, Folder 6

Freedom House. George Field, Executive Secretary;

Physical Description: 18 letters of correspondence, minutes and reports.
Box 72, Folder 7

Germany. Edgar A Mowrer, National Conference on the German Problem, William Warner, Chaos in Germany by Joseph Evans

Box 72, Folder 8

Halsey Letters. Malcolm Sharp, Lambert Fairchild.

Box 72, Folder 9

Jewish.

Scope and Content Note

Alone..?, United Jewish Appeal, What Are the Facts?, You and the Council, Emancipation: the Rediscovered Ideal by Rabbi E Berger, What Do We Really Want Out of Life? Jews Must Choose [UNK] vs. Judaism, The Anglo-AmericanCommittee of Inquiry, Christian [UNK] on Jewish Nationalism and a Jewish State.
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 73, Folder 1

Italy. The Committee for a Just Peace with Italy, Inc.

Box 73, Folder 2

Health Data.

Scope and Content Note

Department of Health, N.Y. Hyman Kleinfeld, Health Inspector. Joseph Bernstein, Building America; A Series of Seminars on Human Structure and Human Relations, several lectures, Rheumatic Fever, William Rienhoff, Jr. New Opportunities for the Improvement of Mental Hospitals, Committee for the Nation's Health, Better Healths for Rural America; Publicity Assoc., Bulletin of the NY Academy of Medicine.
Box 73, Folder 3

Literary Agents - Test.

Scope and Content Note

Heflich and DistenfeldTony Noel, Miss Eleanor Knight, Authors' and Publishers' Service, Monte's Literary Agency, Parker*Starr Literary Agent, story.
Box 73, Folder 4

Los Alamos Newsletters, an association of scientists, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, newsletter, several copies.

Box 73, Folder 5

PNCC. Pacific Northwest College Congress, Summary of the 2nd PNCC.

Box 73, Folder 6

Secondary Education Board.

Scope and Content Note

Trinity Church, Rev. Robert Smyth, Esther Osgood, Laurence Springer, John Bigelow, Guy Baskerville, John Morse, Eleanor Jacob, Narguerite Livingston, Norwalk Petition,
Box 73, Folder 7

Spanish. Prelates Against Franco, What Franco Made of Spain, Franco - Peron - Trujillo, Premier Giral Resigns.

Box 73, Folder 8

United Nations. Department of State, Committee for Peace Day in the UN, The UN in 1947.

Box 73, Folder 9

World Government News. 7 copies, Carl van Doren, A World-Wide Brotherhood Mobilization,

Box 73, Folder 10

World Peoples' Congress.

Scope and Content Note

Eugene Belisle Co-ordinator, We Face an Immediate Crucial Test of Our Power to Generate an Effective Will for Peace from Kirtley Mather, World Republic, A Preliminary Call to a Joint Organizing Conference May 17-18, 1947, Samuel Levering Robert Brainerd,
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 74, Folder 1

A General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

American Broadcasting Co., Morris Abrams, Donald Adams, American Civil Liberties Union, Richard Andrews, Ruth Nanda Anshen, Duncan Aikman, Brig. Gen. Donald Armstrong, Hugh Stix-The Artist's Gallery, E Allen, Anita Goldberg, Air France, Walter Gifford-American Telephone and Telegraph Co., JJ Hanselman-AT&T, Gordon Fraser-Michael Roshkind-Am. Broadcasting Co., Leslie Allen, Stan Anderson, Hervey Allen, Colonel Leslie Simon, Frank Altschul, Elaine Shaplen, Herbert Allen, John Ahrens, Bert Andrews, Authors Guild-Paul Gallico, Datus Smith-Association of American University Presses, Karl Anderson, Chester Bowles, Leo Nevas, Clarence Pickett-American Friends Service Committee, The Authors League of America, Andrew Somers-Amer, Palestine Aviation Society, Theodore Scheel, Paul Bixler-Antioch Review, Harold Schiff-Anti-Defamation League, Mortimer Adler, Elmer Berger-The Amer. Council for Judaism, Howard Lindsay, Joseph Lash-Americans for Democratic Action, Eleanor Daniels, Mrs. Don Andrews, Automobile Safety Association, Harrison Smith, RE Buchanan, American Library Assoc., Frances Adams, Assoc. of NY Scientists, Amer. Library Association, James Burns-ENCORE, John Aldridge,
Box 74, Folder 2

A Applications 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Natalie Leighton, Jean Lowe, BeatriceBuckler, Louise James, Kathleen SproulMargaret Well Fuller, Margaret Cuthbert, Isabel Brown, Ruth Belov, Richard Waddell, Virginia Schwartz, [UNK] Davis, Virginia May, Catherine Marshall, Charles Freedhand, Anna Stradal, Sue Cardozo, Alice Sternberg, Fred Zepp, Robert Gerdy, Kathleen Bowen, Melvin Lewis, Allan Spalding, Dean Smith, Beth Wilson, Dewey Pinsker, Hella Bernays, Oliver Bell, Harry Shepard, Arthur Unger, James Kantor, Kathleen Dolan, Kathleen Sproul, Nathalie Ronis, Joan Lyon.
Box 74, Folder 3

Book Review Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Mary Anne Guitar, Margaret Clucas Josephine Hemphill, Simon and Schuster, Miss Levinthal-Whittlesey House, Donald Demarest, Roger Straus, Elizabeth Wright, Abel Green, John Selby, Norman Hood, Thomas Coward, Estelle [UNK] Chester Bowles, Lon Tinkle, Dillon Anderson-Baker, Botts, Andrews [UNK] Preston Cutler, Hiram Haydn-Crown Publishers, Dale [UNK] [UNK], William Hamilton, Rinehart-John Selby, John Chase-Longmans, Green & Co., Charles Norman, Cass Canfield-Harper and Bros, Dillon Anderson-DeGoyler and MacNaughton, Nocholas Wreden-EP Dutton and Co., Virginia Carrick, David McCord, Wallace Carroll, Frederick Rinehart, Frederick Fell, Norman Hood-Wm Sloane Assoc., Virgilia Peterson, Richard Cordell, Faith Maris, Classics Clup, Raymond Holden, Lilian [UNK], Jeanne Singer, Stuart Preston, Storer [UNK], Stanley Brunshaw, Martin Yoseloff, Anna Feinberg, Merle Miller, Benn Hall, NYTimes-Nancy MacLennau, Clare Leighton, Peta Fuller, Herman Finer-Univ. of Chicago, Marjorie Brace, Lon [UNK], Ramona Herdman, Carlton Wells, Myrtle Cherryman.
Box 74, Folder 4

B General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Dr. CC Burlingame, Margaret Bartlett, Herbert Brucker, Briarcliff Junior College, ON Bradley, Edward Bernays, Rev. Karl Bach, Ray Bowen, George Balsem, John Mason Brown, Rabbi Elmer Berger, Rev. Harold L Bowman, Julian Bach, Martin Yoseloff-Beechhurst Press, Herman Greenberg, Orlo M Brees, Merrill Bates, Trigant Burrow, Elisabeth Borgese, Phyllis Bernstien, Simon M Bessie, Algernon Black, Wm Rose Benet, Francis Ehrenberg-Blanchard Press, Ruth Beittel, [UNK] Book and Magazine Guild-Henry Schlanger, Theodore Brenson, Arthur Bodenheimer, Barbara Adam, Bernice Baxter, Francis Ehrenberg, Herbert Schwartz, Lu Burke, John Williams-Bobbs-Merrill Co., Don Bolt, Francis Brennan, Ernest Boyer, Wm Benton, Rachel Bard, Betsey Barton, Harrison Brown, Elizabeth Bragdon, Alexander Hehmeyer, The Briarcliff Handbook, Blanchard Press, Alice Brusselmans, Fred Smith, Book-of-the-Month Club, Harry Becker, Norman Bel Geddes, Roger Baldwin, Pearl S. Buck, Abraham Bargman, Leonard Boudin, Colonel R VC Bodley, Gretta Baker, Whit Burnett, Katherine Brown, Betsey Barton, Arthur Brooks Baker, Paul Benke, Anne Richter, Marion Saunders, Amy Loveman-Book-of-the-Month Club, Crosswell Bowen, Ernst Bauer, Calvin Byers, Gene Buck, Ben Lucien Burman, June Herman-Jim Bishop Agency, Lyman Bryson, M Bettelheim
Box 74, Folder 5

C General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Thomas Beck-Crowell-Collier Pub. Co., Phyllis Bernstein, Harlan Hatcher-Ohio State Univ., Montrose Newman-Childrens Press, Cyril Houle-Univ. of Chicago, C Croxton, Cass Canfield, Elihu Stamm-Cooper, John Chase, Ernst, Cane & Berner-Melville Cane, Robert Cousins, Jack Chase, Daniel Poling-Christian Herald, Edna Ruth Johnson-Office of the Churchman, Wallace Campbell, Guy Emery Shipler-The Churchman, Elizabeth Mann Borgese-Common Clause, Thomas Coward, Richard Mardus, CH Coyle, Council on Foreign Relations, Robert Crowell, Harry Carman, Henry Cristman, Kenneth Collins, Grenville Clark, Gordon Halstead, Jessica Feingold, Louis Finkelstein, Es Colbo, Harry Bigelow Coffin, Hugh Craig, Fred Carney, Jay Clements, Henry Atkihson, Philip Randolph, Robert Cluett, Madeleine Brennan, Henry Sedel Canby, Margaret Cuthbert, George Catlin, Nancy Yates, Wm Cooper Robert Colborn, WS Campbell, Robert Wagner, Allen Chruchill, Oscar Cox, Randolph Compton, Ken Crossen, Emily Castiglione, James Keller-The Christophers, Harry Wright-City College, Alexander Chatin, Julius Lunsford, John Close, [UNK] Miner, Paul Hutchinson, Marjorie Chadbourne, Barl Harrison, John Chase, John Crosby, Paul Knapp,
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 75, Folder 1

D General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Gertrude Devon, Katherine Dowling Ernest Dewey, Hassoldt Davis, Charles Denhard, Louis Dolivet, Elmer Davis, Ebba Dalin, August Derleth, Displaced Persons Commission-Harry Rosenfield, EP Dutton-Nicholas Wreden, William Davis, Hugo Duke, Hallivell Duell, Edison Dick, Jonathan Daniels, Carlcs Davila, Maurice Dreicer, Janice Gregg-Columbia Univ., Wm Hamilton-Dayton Public Library, Allan Dawson, Sumner Pike-Atomic Energy Commission, Everett DeGolyer Jr., Bogomir Dalma, Marina del Prado, Bower Aly-Debate Handbook, Howard Cady-Doubleday, Rev. Wm Denney, Richard Walsh-John Day Co., David Dallin, Bruce Hughes-Daily Iowan, Elmer Davis,
Box 75, Folder 2

E General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Morris Ernst, Albert Einstein-Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists, Clark Eichelberger, Irwin Edman, Walter Yust-Encyclopedia Britannica, Arne Eckstrom, BP Brodinsky-Educators Washington Dispatch, Harold Ehrensperger, Mrs. Maurice St. John, John Eastlick, Wilson Lloyd, Wm MacMillen-Eagle Lion Films, Harold Brigham-Amer. Library Assoc., Wm Benton-Britannica Films, Eugene Exman, JJ Smith-Encyc. Americana, Helen Dukas, Clara Tead-The Elbow Beach, George Slobin-G, Fox and [UNK], Russell Potter-Columbia Univ.
Box 75, Folder 3

F General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Foundation for Intergrated Ed., Nathan Field-Federation for Zionist Youth, Nancy Fay, Federalist Press, George Field-Freedom House, Film Counselors, James Farrell, Jerome Frank, W. Foges, Judy Flander, Harold Fields, Federal Security Agency, Gordon Halstead-Found. for Integrated Ed., John Farrar, Fellowship of Reconciliation-AJ Muste, Arthur C. Fields, Isac Friedlander, Stanhope Ficke, Louis Finkelstein, Howard Fast, Gerhard Friedrich, Thomas Finletter, Margaret Floyd, Friends of Democracy-Birkhead, Jessica Feinhold, Julian Fein, will Maslow-[UNK]. Jewish Congress, Franklin Forsberg, Roger Straus Jr-Farrar, Straus and Co., Herman Finer, George Freedley, Gordon Halstead-Integrated Ed., Prof. Myron Files
Box 75, Folder 4

Marshall Field. correspondence.

Box 75, Folder 5

Freedom House Conference 1948.

Box 75, Folder 6

G General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Grosse Pointe Unitarian Church-Merril Bales, Louis Gunn, Jack Goodman, Lewis Gennett, Ruth Gogliardo, Edmund Gilligan, Alan Green, Lee Greenberg, Marie Gosselin, Gates, Levitt and Notkins, Joseph Gollomb, Matthew Gordon, Harold Guinzberg, Alan Green, Gertrude Jacobs, TO Griessemer, Emanuel Greenberg, Maxwell Geismar, Richard Goodman, Norman Bel Geddes, Joe Glover, Chrystine Grace, Wm Gahagan, Greenbaum, Wolff & Ernst, Mrs. Richard Grace, Norton Gerber, Herbert Groesbeck, Mr. John Gunther, Sanford Greenburger, Robert Guill, Norton Gerber, Woodrew Geier, Theodore Nathan, Walter Grove, KS Giniger
Box 75, Folder 7

Group Libel. Will Maslow, -American Jewish Congress, Congress Weekly.

Box 75, Folder 8

H General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Frederick Hehr, Benn Hall Assoe., RT Haslam, Mr. Hollenbeck, Wm Hitzig, Hugh Head, Bryn Hovde, Don Hollenbeck, Jan Hoyt, Miss Hone, John Haynes [UNK], Cyril Houle, Benn Hall, John Hehenberg, Ronny Hobbs, Philip Haber, Max Heraberg, George Huszar, Charles Hodges, May Bell Harper, David Hall, Mary Hoctor, Joseph Hirsh, Eloise [UNK] Hazard, Ruth Haefner, Samuel Hood, Clayton Hildum, Ranald Hobbs, George Kahrl-Harbard Univ., Robert Hutchins, Lawrence Hill, Curtis Hoxter, George Holt, Helen Hiett, Hamilton Holt, Bruce Hughes, Mortimer Hays, Wm Harlan [UNK], Jane Haselden, Al Hart, Howard Hall, Bernard Heller, Margaret Halsey, Paul Hoffman, Gerald Heard, Lynn Poole-Johns Hopkins Univ., Lesley Heathcote, Stewart Holbrook, Laura Hobson, Hiram Haydn, KR Fourcher, Louis Halle, George Holt, Myron Leslie Hurwitz, Charles Hurd, John Harkrider
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 76, Folder 1

I General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Charles Ikle, Gordon Halstead, Carl Jerandsen, WT Hageboeck, Frank Fremont-Smith-Inteernational Committee for Mental Hygiene, Andrew Lomers-Amer. League for a Free Palestine, Harry Martin, Antonio [UNK] Henry Still-Iowa City Press-Citizen, Daily Iowan, James Lombard-International Assoc. forLecturers and Concert Artists, Mr. Wm Hanway-International Paper Co.
Box 76, Folder 2

J General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Walter Johnson, Peter John, Joan Javits, Ray Josephs, Robert Johnson, Howard M Jones, Joachim Joesten, Eliot Janeway, Paula Jakobi, Philip Wiener-Journal of the History of Ideas.
Box 76, Folder 3

K General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Bernard Krisher, Robert Keedick, Jim Kelly, Alfred Kreymborg, Jessica Kerr, Louis Kronenberger, Alfred Kazin, Florence King, Jere Long, Frank Oliver-Kemsley Newspapers Ltd. of London, Alfred Knopf, Herman Kogan, Richard Lonsdale, CO Wright-Kansas State Teachers Assoc., Siegfried Kracauer, Ruth Keener, Sid Kline, Robert Kinter, George Kratsch, Nanette Kutner, Owen Y Kinnard, Frances Parkinson Keyes, Arthur Knight, Wm Cole, Felix Streyckmans-Kiwanis Magazine, Lois Chevalier, Elizabeth Kingsley, Jack Kimball, Elliott Belden-Franklin Life Insurance
Box 76, Folder 4

L General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Margaret LowisolearGeorge Lawton, Bill Lawrence, Jessica Lewis, David Lilienthal, Russell Lord, James Kelly-Lippincott Co., Katherine Little, Erwin Lessner, Edward Mills-Longmans, Green and Co., Amy Freeman Lee, Clarence Lank, [UNK] Lampe, Earl Leaf, Robert Linscott, K Lehman, Loretta Hawkins, Paul Henry Lang, James Farrell, Carl Victor Little, AR Wilson, Umphrey Lee, Mrs. Robert Lehman, Ben Lieberman, Frances [UNK] Arthur Lockwood, John Logue, Cedric Larson, John La Touche, Louise Thomas, Fred Lyon, Joseph Lewis, Erich Leinsdorf, John McCallum [UNK] Theodore Lentz, Norman Lewis, Themas Lesure, Savoie Lottinville, Mr. Laney, Dudley Frasier-Little Brown and Co., N Louderback, [UNK] [UNK] Alexander Lindey, Robert Landry, Margaret Lowengrund, Amy Loveman.
Box 76, Folder 5

Longman, Green and Co. 1948 Symposium. John Chase, “Years of the Modern “Miss L. Burke, Mildred Carson, Prof. Barzun, “Years of the Modern”-outline (several copies), Archibald MacLeish, Mr. Blank, Edward Mills,

Box 76, Folder 6

M General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Edgar Ansel [UNK] Margaret MacColl, Allen Lesser-Menorah Journal, Karl Menninger, Alan Olmstead-Manchester Evening Herald, George Stevenson-Mental HealthDrive, Arthur Morgan, Ernest Marx, Lawrence Mayers, Ted Mills, Lewis Mumford, Scott Meredith, Margret Wagner-Main Currents in Modern Thought, Dora Neuffer-Mouvement Universel pour une Confederation Mondiale, Robert Landry, Eric Mainquist, Anne Solomon-Midwood High School, Charlotte Munger, Helen Mears, Sherwin Montell, John Clare, Mac Migle, Ted Murkland, Robert Magidoff, Merle Miller, Wendell MacRae, Marie Minuto, Archibald MecLeish, Julius Manson, Helen Mudgett, Warren Moscow, Albert Maltz, Monica McCall, Anne Loveland Meyering, Roland Mueser, Herbert [UNK] Courtney Groeschel, Hope Stuart-Magic MIrror Assoc., Joan Meth, Harry Moore, Sanford Schwarz-Marvel Comic Group, James Maher, Al Malstrom, Wm [UNK] Maxwell, Albert Maltz, Wm Ziff, Mary Moon, allen Maxwell, Alice McClallister, Naney MacLennan, Rebecca Mixner, Garrett Mattingly, Grace Mayer, HS Latham-MacMillan Co., AJ Musta, Curtis Marting, WH Mason, Theodore Malcolm TO Griessemer, Gabriel Martin, Richard McLaughlin, Christopher Morley, Elizabeth McKee, MM Musselman, Russell Maloney, JW Mason, Paulette Raphel, Elixabeth Ann McMurray, Marcella Powers, Herbert Mays
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 77, Folder 1

Several Folders within one folder. a) M Manuscripts - Correspondence about 1948 b) Marlowe Article. several CollinsMagazines (6)

Scope and Content Note

A) Ilda Leoni, Alexander [UNK] Ray Walters, Ken Macrorie, Alfred Steinberg, Gerhard Friedrich, Muriel Johnstone, Frank Dobie, Frances Hayes, Elizabeth Walling, Hermine Isaacs, Karl Anderson, John Hersay, Wm Esslinger, Helen Puner, Frank Weitenkampf, Janet Walter, Richard Neuberger, Bernard Ikaler, George Braziller, Edward Choate, Arthur Burling, John Voelker, Sidney Fuller, Royal Purcell, [UNK] Kraus, Walter Gelhorn, Roy Norr, Morris Ernst, Hans Rosenhaupt, Harold Guinzburg, John [UNK] Rex Crawford, Edith Buckwald, Frederich Smedley, Bernard Reines, Howard Moorepart, Robert Olson, Emil Lengyel Bernard Frechtman, Morris Ernst, Liesl Frank, Ron Schiller, Esther Mrus, HW Holzer, Geoffrey Hellman, Samuel Levenson, Will Maslow, John Wharton.
B) Roger W Riis, Howard Florance.
Box 77, Folder 2

P General Correspondence 1948. Gladys Persons, Elizabeth Matthews-Pennsylvania State Education Assoc., Lucy Pilibosian, William Patterson,

Box 77, Folder 3

People's World Convention. Stringfellow Barr,

Box 77, Folder 4

Quote: a weekly digest.

Physical Description: 47 copies.
Box 77, Folder 5

R General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Alex Robinson, James Rosenberg, Rodolfo [UNK] Aileen Robinson, James Reitmulder, Henry Morton Robinson, George Lyons Rubin, Beardsley Ruml, Raymond Rubinow, David Rockefeller, Stanley Rinehart, Dan H Sangster, Gwynne Ross, Emery Reves, Samuel Redmond, [UNK] Zaven, James Rogers, James Roosevelt, Charles Raddock, John Ballenger, De Witt Wallace, Lee Rogow, Carl Rollins, Herman Radin, Carlos Romulo, Ben Ray Redman, Beardsley Ruml, Lillian Rosensweig, Eleanor Roosevelt, John Robling, HW Ross, Henry Regnery, Michael Romanoff, Maurice Rosenfeld, Fred Robin, Bertrand Russell, Hans Rosenhaupt, Billy Rose
Box 77, Folder 6

Reader's Digest, Corinne Johnson, Howard Horace, De Witt Wallace, Daniel [UNK] Alfred Dashiell, Howard Florence,

Box 77, Folder 7

Record Review. Coleman Rosenberg, Everett L Degolyer Jr., David Hall.

Box 77, Folder 8

John William Rogers, correspondence, newspaper clippings.

Box 77, Folder 9

S General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Harry Scherman, Dore Schary, Steinberg, Max Lincoln Schuster, Bob Sherwood, Alfred Steinberg, Henry Spelman, Larry Schultz, Guy Emery Shipler, Cyril Smith, Hugh Stix, Julius Stulman, Frederic Smedley, Betty Chamberlain, Bradford Smith, Nancy [UNK] James Thrall Soby, Lawrenee Spivak, John Decker, Thomas Street, Datus Smith, Ann Stevick, His Eminence Francis Joseph Cardinal Spellman, Bob Haslam, Harold Sherman, Samuel Shellabarger, Robert Smith, Richard Andrea, CL Stoit, RC Page, Samuel Sharkey, Jr., Carl B Smith, Leo Szilard, Richard Simon, Mildred Stroop, James Stokely, Charles Schrock, H. Scherbak, J. Sobel, HelenBall, Arthur Morse - Salute, Mark Starr, [UNK] DH Sangster, Raymond Spottiswoode, Smedley, Edward Stanley, Roger Strauss, Milton Jay Salamon, Colonel [UNK] Simon, James Soby, Raymond Swing, Gerard Piel, Martin [UNK], Jay Scott, JJ McKeon-SoundScriber Corp., Preston Shadwell, Paul Sakwa, I Snapper, Richard Scandrett, Harold Stassen, Dorothy Sara, Townsend Scudder, John Scoon, Wilbur Smith, Sigrid Schultz, Walter Selden, Robert Streger, Benjamin Sonnenberg, William [UNK] Benet, George Seldes, Studebaker Corp., Simon and [UNK], Myron Emanual-Science, The Southern Packet, Harlow Shapley, Mabel Wood [UNK] Schiller.
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 78, Folder 1

T General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

The United Lodge of Theosophists, Ordway Tead, Gene Tunney, Fritz [UNK], Topeka State [UNK], Miss Tobe-Tobe and Assoc., William Shirer, Monte Thornton, Alan Reynolds Thompson, Martha Franklin, Elizabeth Colclough, TO [UNK], James Tuck, Sam Thomas, Major Harry Moore, Florence Rossi, Richard Pleasant-The The Town Hall, Chase Taylor, Myra Thompson, Wilbur Nelson, Charles Tobey, Dennis Trueblood, LE Burke-Time, Inc., [UNK] Kreymborg, Ellen Thayer, Vincent Tubbs, G. Bott, Allan Ralph Zenowitz, Gertrude Katcher-Telamuse Productions.
Box 78, Folder 2

U General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

John Ullman, Fred Warner Neal, Reverand Victor Brown, Lucille McCormick, Harold Urey, Charles Tobey, Wayne Morse, Dennis Chavez-US Senate, Unitarianism, David KeefeJulian Street-UNRSCO.
Box 78, Folder 3

W General Correspondence 1948.

Scope and Content Note

Rita Walter, Sumner Welles, Samuel Williamson, Louise Dreifus-Writer's Digest, Dorothy Winters, Kenneth Nickel-Wichita High School East, Ted Weeks, Ira Wolfert, John Wharton, FC [UNK], Richard Walsh, Ray Walters, Stillman Williams, John Horace Wear, James Werburg, Josephine Wilkins, Son•aa Levinthal-Whittlesey House, Irving [UNK], Ted Waller, John Winterich, Jack Whitehouse, B. Robinson-Wealth Inc., Victor Weybright, Mary Hays Weik, Willard Ruliffson, Fred Wertham, Arthur White, Lee Wright, Corrine Johnson, Raymond Wise, Sterling Fisher, Mrs. Elbert Wortman, David Westheimer, Helen Lee Wessel, Mrs. Lloyd Williams, Dyke Williams, Roland Wolseley, Max [UNK], William White, Calder Willingham, Robert Allen, What are We Waiting For? by Smedley, Harris Wofford, Carleton Wells, What Can I Do? by Denny, Oscar Williams, James Warburg, Donald Engle, H Wechsler, Joan Wharton, Janet Waller, Elaine Wayne, Walter Wanger, Jacob Wilk,
Box 78, Folder 4

Folder, Wharton. Frederick Selen, article by Wharton.

Box 78, Folder 5

[UNK] Wharton. corres. and articles.

Box 78, Folder 6

Wolfe - Perkins. Schreiber, John Terry, Edward [UNK], Irma Muench William Bond, Thomas Little.

Box 78, Folder 7

Robert R. Young - Letters to Ed on notes of an Int. Meddler. ARTIcle also.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 79, Folder 1

A - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Max Ascoli, Carter Atkins, Sidney Moore-Atlantic Monthly, Robert Landry-The Arthors Guild, Akio Asano, Denton Anderson, American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service, Arnold Foster-Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith, Michael Amrine, John Anderson, Devere Allen, Frank Armer, Florence Adler, Russell Pierce-Abbott Kimball Co. of Claifornia, Patrick Armstrong, Franklin Adams, George Matthew Adams, J. Donald Adams, Lewis Abrahams, Duncan Aikman, A.S. Akamatsa, Eve Alexander, W. C. Allee, Tom Allen, Frank Altschul, America National Catholic Weekly, John Eastman-American Arbitration Assoc, Ralph Warren-American Broadcasting Co., Fred Carney, American Collector of Customs, Elmer Berger-The Council News, Mrs. Samuel Kuhn-Americans for Democratic Action, Jessie Poesch-American Friends Service Committee, John Mackenzie Cory-American Library Assoc., Sidney Hook-Americans for Intellectual Freedom, American Telephone and Telegraph, Gail Rowe-The American University, Phyllis Bernstein-American-Russian Institute, Ed Aswell, Walden Moore-Atlantic Union Committee, Joseph Alsop, Reverend Robert Hartnett-America, A. Archawski, Frank Armer, Dr. C.A. Aldrich, American Silk Spinning Co., Al Hart, Edwin Armstrong, Melvin Arnold, Gene Weeks, Morris Appelman, Patrick Armstrong
Box 79, Folder 2

Williams, Albert. Wayne C. Williams, Albert Williams, Norman Cousins, Robb Sagendorph, Dale Warren,

Box 79, Folder 3

B - 1 - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Thomas Beck, Leonard Bacon, Vilma Ballo, Mildred Maroney-The Brookings Institution, Dick Bertrandias, Mrs. John Mason Brown, John Benn, John Berryman, William Benton, L.M. Birkhead, E.A. Borgese, John DeQ. Briggs, Herbert Br•ucker, Margaret Bartlett, Birkhead, Malcolm Bingay, Senator William Benton, Edward Barrett, Lilliam Chiriaka-Newsweek, Julia Bogert, Ordway Tead-Briarcliff Junior College, Maurice Basseches, John Horace Broujos, Clyde Beck, Edward [UNK], Howard Cutler, Prof. Joseph Brandt, Prof. Craig Baird, [UNK] Balwin, Senator Raymond Earl Baldwin, Walter Bradbury, Carl Bassett Jr., S. V. Baum, Ralph Beals, Ethel Beckwith, Don Belding, Canon Bernard Iddings Bell, Libby Benedict, William Rose Benet
Box 79, Folder 4

B - 2- 1949.

Scope and Content Note

John Benn, Leo Margolin-Bennett, Coleman and Co., John Mason Brown, Herbert Br•ucker, James Blaine, Harry Bergman, Morroe Berger, Elmer Berger, Russell Bletzer, Milton Blackstone, E.M. Bluestone, Bennett Cerf, R. T. Bond, Stephen Bonsal, Geraldine Clayton-Book [UNK] Club, Lois Billinger, Henry Birkel, G. A. Borgese, Herbert Br•ucker, Amy Loveman-Book-of-the-Month Club, Dr. Frederika Blankner, Arthur [UNK] - The VitalCenter, Bradford Booth, Mrs. Elizabeth Mann Borgese, Margaret Bourke-White, Orlo Brees, Ordway Tead-Briarcliff Junior College, Leonard Bacon, Julien Boyd, Paul Braisted, Francis Brown, Harrison Brown, Spencer Brown, Robert Brunow, Pearl S. Buck, Hiram Rasely-Burdett College, Lu Burke, Gelett Burgess, C. C. Burlinghame, Ben Lucien Burman, John Horne Burns, Struthers Burt, Roger Butterfield, H. R. Baukhage, Francis Brown, Curt Beck, Burl Ives, Alice Franklin Bryant.
Box 79, Folder 5

Wm. Rose Penet. photo and letter.

Box 79, Folder 6

C - 1 - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Elizabeth Cope Collins, George M. Cohen, Willard Elsbree, Citizens' Committee on the Public Schools, Hiram Haydn-Crown Publishers, Mary Lou Collins, Lucille Carlson, Mrs. Bernard Cahn, Ruth Carson, Ben M. Cherrington, Sue Cardozo, Raymond Ciarcia, Miriam Merritt-Ruth Carson, Edwin Calhoun (Mrs.), Robert Conly, Melville Cane, Cyril Clemens, Barbara Chapin, Bernard Cahn, Urana Clarke, Henry Commager, Sherwin Cody, Robert Cummins, Ted Curtis, Henry Canby, Courtlandt Canby, Cass Canfield, Lewsi Rosenstiel, Faul Comly French-CARE, Inc., Ernest Camp, Dean Harry Carman, William Canine, George Cassidy, Katherine Chamberlain, Jacques Chambrun, C. L. Chandler, Ralph Chapman, John Chase, Allen Chellas, Caleb Foote
Box 79, Folder 7

C - 2 - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Bennet Cerf, Stanley Chapman, Leo Cherne, Lynn Williams., Montrose Newman-Childrens Press, Sidonie Gruenberg-Child Study Assoc. of Am., W. Dix-Chinese Embassy, Katy Christopherson, Russell Church, S. A. Anthony-Civilian Protection Group, Joseph Clark, Urana Clarke, Helen Clarkson, Reverend Claxton, General Lusius Clay, Wilson Clough, Bob Cluett, Vesder Colangelo, Disney MoKeen-Colby College, George Cole, Howard Collins, E. A. Borgese-Committee to Frame a World Constitution, Thomas Collinoon, Philip Culuschuas, Richard Clurman, Charles St. Thomas-Columbia Univ., Collier's All-Scholastic, Everett Clinchy, R. P. Compton, Conscription News, Elihu Stamm-Cooper, Richard Cordell, Norman Cornish, Louis Cowan, Thomas Coward, Fleur Cowles, Neal Cross, Allan Cranston, Larabie Cunningham, Ernest Simmons-Curcent Digest of the Soviet Press, The Real Danger - Fear of Ideas by Henry Steele Commager.
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 80, Folder 1

D.

Scope and Content Note

R. Buvall, Richard Walsh-John Day Co., Jonathan Daniels, Elmer Davis, Charles Dollard, A. Den Doolaard, Beatride Desfosses, J. G. Dickey, Norman Draper, Whitney Darrow, Senator Douglas, Louis Thomas Virginuis Dabney, Henry Dana, Leigh Banenberg, Bill Dauforth, Margery Darrell, Carlos Davila, Hassoldt Davis, Martha Davis, Vera Micheles Dean, Mary Gould Davis, Brooks Emeny, Victoria B. Demarest, Aleda Barclay Sec't to Judge Wm Denman, Edison Dick, Marion Dodd, Fairfax Downey, Emanael Demby, Charles Denhard, Lee Barker-Double-day and Eo., Prof. John Downs, Donald Dunham, Theodore Waller
Box 80, Folder 2

Encyclopedia Britannica, articles, John V. Dodge, Walter Yust-Ed.,

Box 80, Folder 3

Freedom House. George Field, minutes, Authority in an Unbelieving Worldby Leo Cherne

Box 80, Folder 4

Fast, Howard. articles, newspaper clippings.

Box 80, Folder 5

G.

Scope and Content Note

Johanna Grant, Peter Grimm, Antoni Gronowicz, Norman Richardson-Gettysburg College, Joseph Grew, Lewis Gannett, Hudson Grunewald, Harry Green, John Gleason, Alan Green, Bishop Gilbert of N.Y., Tom Groessemer, CR. Graham, Den Raeburn-Gaer Assoc., C G Gaum, Larry Gara, Edith Garthe, Kenneth Gebbie, Robert Hutchins, Samuel Goldwyn, Mrs. W.J. Goodwin, Cord Meyer Jr., John Temple Graves, Walter Gray, Elinor Green, Wm Grouse, Thomas Wilson, Sidney Satenstein, Diggory Venn, John Gunther
Box 80, Folder 6

Hackett. correspondence, article, pamphlets (an American School, The Riverdale Plan for Peace Through School Experience.)

Box 80, Folder 7

Hillver Piece, Bollinger - Pantheon.

Scope and Content Note

Luther Evans, Robert Gooch, Hon. James Patterson, Archie MacLeish, Jacob Javits, articles, Ezra Loomis Pound, John Davis Lodge, Mary Ella Hopkins, Alexander Lindey, Harrison Smith, John Lewis, Kurt Wolff
Box 80, Folder 8

Holiday-Standard Oil. corres.

Box 80, Folder 9

H - 1 - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Hornell Hart, John Haynes Holmes, CC Hamenway, Wilna Hervey, Bernice E. Hicks, Gladys Huss, Robert Hutchins, Dale Warren-Houghton Mifflin, John Hohenberg, Frank Hacket, Ben Hall, Oscar Hammerstein, Edward Harris, Doris Flowers-Henry Holt and Co., Alexander Hehmeyer, Carle Hodge, Mortimer Hays, John Hersey, Frank Hackett, Stanley Heath, Alan Hathway, Raymond Hurel, Wm Hitzig, James Humphry III, Alfred Lilienthal-HELP, Hornell Hart, Laura Hobson, Hans Hackenbruch, Alan Haemer, Hiran Haydn, Les Hafner, David Hall, Gordon Halstead, Mrs. Morgan Hamilton, Russell Hamilton, Jane Hammer, Herbert Harris, Henry Hanson, Herdis Hanson.
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 81, Folder 1

H - 2 - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Herdis Hanson, Henry Hanson, Howard Hanson, Russell Lynes-Harper's Magazine, Victor Hass, Robert Betts-Harcourt, Brace & Co., Hadassah Winer-Harper & Bros., Robert H. Haynes-Harvard College Library, Arthur Garfield Hays, Francis Hayes, H. Nugent Head, Paul Brooks-Houghton Mifflin, Quincy Howe, Garland Evans Hopkins, Chat Paterson-Committee for the Nation's Health, James Hearst, Stanley High, Lilian Britt Heinsohn, Henry Sloane Coffin-Holyland Emergency Liaison Program, Hugo Saclio-Hillyer College, Joseph Hirsh, William Hitzig, Laura Hobson, Thayer Hobson, Rita J. Crocker-Hockaday School, John Haynes Holmes, Paul Hoffman, Hollenbeck, Norman Hood, Sidney Hooz., P. McManus-Houghton Mifflin, Martha Huddleston, Katherine Hruska, Ben Huebsch, R. Bruce Hughes, Robert Hutchins, Harold Hurwitz, Laurence Hyde.
Box 81, Folder 2

I.

Scope and Content Note

Frances Grant-International League for the Rights of Man, Samuel Guy InmanFather Albert Murray-Information, John Ivey, Mr. Intner, Harold Ickes, Charles Ikle, Genevieve Schneider-Intercollegian, Ilma's Grapevine, Richard Byrd-Iron Curtain Refugee Campaign.
Box 81, Folder 3

Integrated Education--Foundation.

Scope and Content Note

correspondence, articles, newsletter, Fritz Kunz-Counsellor on Studies, Emmet Lavery, Gordon Halstead, Draft for the foundation, Agenda and Supplementary Material for Organizational Meeting of the Research Coordinating Board, The World Institute-A Proposal for a Scientific Institute Devoted to Integrated Cultural, Ethical, and Economic World Progress by Julius Stulman, The Recovery of Culture, Doris Hoffman, Issuxes in Integration.
Box 81, Folder 4

J.

Scope and Content Note

Robert Jungle, Marvin Fisher Jones, Rebecca Jarard, Stanley Jones, Albin Johnson, Wallace Harrison, Jan Juta, Malcolm Jones, Ben Javits, JL Teller-Office of Jewish Information, Robert Johnson, Helen Fried Joseph
Box 81, Folder 5

K.

Scope and Content Note

Philip Kurland, K, Karvano, Albert Ralph Korn, Sholdon Karlan, Grayson King, Howard Kurtz, Father James Keller-The Christophers, Hans Kaltenborn, Kiyoshi, John Boynton Kaiser, Horace Kallen, Rolf Kalterborn, Alberta Kelley, CO Wright-Kansas State Teachers Assoc., J.M. Kaplan, Janet Rodgers Kaye, Roger Keane, Frances Keene, Jim Kelly, Joseph Joel Keith, Chester Kerr, Marion Kenworthy, Harry Kern, Wm Heard Kilpatrick, Andrew Kind, Elizabeth Kingsley, Clark Kinnaird, Alfred Knopf, Wm Cole-Alfred Knopf, Inc., Sidney Kingsley, Ed Kuhn, Leon Kochuitzky, Fritz Kunz, Howard Kuttz
Box 81, Folder 6

L - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Peter Lavan, Emmet Lavery, Max Lerner, Amy Freeman Lee, Philip Lesserman III, Erich Leinsdorf, Herbert Lehman, Mrs. Robert Dehman, Sonia Levisnthal, SM Levitas, Adele Levy, Nathan Levin, Donald Romm Levy, Mrs. David M. Levy, Ralph Leyden, Henry Link, David Lilienthal, Edward Litchfield, John Davis Lodge, Robert Low, Merrylen Townsend Lerman, Marguerite Livingston, Wm. Bross Lloyd, Roger Loomis, Marion Canby, Savoie Lottinville, Margaret Floyd, Storer Lunt, Louis Lusky, Isaac Don Levine, Edward Litchfield, J.K. Lasser, Frederick Lewis, Leo Lania, Jessica Lewis, William Lawrence, Christopher LaFarge, Bob Landry, Al Laney, Paul Henry Lang, Henry Langer, William Lynch, E. Lyman, W. J. Burke-Look, Frances Lyon, LARA-Elizabeth Reiss Alexander Lewis, Fred Luchs, Miss Lawson, Toshiko Ohsawa, LARA-Esther B. Rhoads.
Box 81, Folder 7

M - 2 - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Lewis Mumford, A.J. Muste, George Murdock, Tracy D. Mygatt, Tom McNeil, J.P. Bethel-Merriam Co., Mrs. Frederic March, Pierre Burton-Maclean's Magazine, Mailings Inc., Edyth Milberg, Richmond Miller-The Messenger, Otto von Simson Measure, Linda Mangelsdorf, Brien McMahon (Senator), E.B. Moorehouse, Christopher Morley, Dorothy McFadden, Elsa Maxwell, Mollie Moon, Milton McLean, Micheal Mok, Hal McIntosh, Ashley Montagu, Henry Lee Moon, Walter Murphy, Lawrence Mayers, Carey McWilliams, Kenneth McCormick, Fern Maddox, Robert Mahoney, Theodore Malcolm, Martin Mane, Thomas Mann, Alan Olmstead-Manchester Evening Herald
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 82, Folder 1

M - 2- 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Merle Miller, F. DeWolfe Miller, Edyth Milberg, Leo Miller, [UNK] Minuto, Bernard Mishkin, Douglas [UNK], Ashley Montagu, Dale Morgan, William Morris Agency, Walter Mosse, Charles Edgerton, Montclair Education Assoc., Ernest [UNK], Louise Thomas, Arthur Motley, Edgar Ansel Mowrer, H. J. Muller, Harold Mantell, Pieree Matisse, Grace Mayer, Lawrence Mayers, Herbert Mayes, Malcolm R. McBride, Mrs. McBride, John McCaffery, Margaret MacColl, Jinx McCrary, John McCutcheon, Dorothy McFadden, Archibald MacLeish, Senator Brien McMahon, [UNK] [UNK] McMurray, Virginia Patterson-the Macmillan Co., McMurray's the Personal Bookshop, Thomas Means, A.A. Medved, Measure A Critical Journal, Frederic Melcher, Cord Meyer,James A. Michener, Lamar Middleton, J.A. Migel
Box 82, Folder 2

Folder, N.

Scope and Content Note

Harry Carman-N.Y. Adult Education Council, Everett Clinchy-National Conference of Christians and Jews, Mildred Fenner-National Education Assoc. of the U.S., The New School for Social Research, Heinz Norden, James Nield, J.J.Singh-India League of America (Nehru), Jerome Nathanson, Maurice Rosenblatt-National Committee for an Effective Congress, James Lambie-National Committee for Free Europe, Elinore Herrick-National Citizen's Council on Civil Rights, Allen Nevins, Nathan Field, Richard Neuberger, Leo Nevas, Sigmund Neumann, Victor Waybright-The New American Library, Paul Hoffman, Geoffrey Hellman-The New Yorker, Frida Nielsen, John Swomley-National Council Against Conscription, A.J. Carlson-National Society for Medical Research, Stanley Noble, [UNK] Symphony Society.
Box 82, Folder 3

S - 1 - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Gustave Simons, Robert Mercer, State [UNK] Commission, Dale Stafford, [UNK] Schilp, Wiliam Sadowsky, Merritt Stone Jr., San Francisco State College-Seminar in Europe, Milo Sutliff, Milton Smith, I. Snapper, Kathleen Sproul, Mort Singer, Alix Szilasi, Upton Sinclair, John Sullivan, Margaret Sebree, Arthur Schlesinger, Horace Sutton, Sidney Satenstein, Laurence Salisbury, Marquess of Salisbury, Robert [UNK] William Comb, Herbert Schneider, Guy Emery Shipler, Norman Smith, William Sloane, Bernard Sobel, Edward Schmerler, [UNK] Schary, H. Scherbak, M.B. Schnapperz, Georges Schreiber, Charlotte [UNK], Judge Samuel Seabury, Julius Seligson, [UNK] Shapley, Max Schuster, Clifford Shaw, Harris Shevelson, Roger Shaw, Judge Sherry.
Box 82, Folder 4

S - 2 - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Guy Emery Shipler, Mary Shipley, James Shotwell, George Shuster, Lawrence Siegel, Henry Simon, Dick Schuster, Anabel Simpson, Gregg Sinclair, Spyros [UNK], Upton Sinclair, Herbert Sloan, William Sloane, Harry Slochower, [UNK] Smedley, Bernard [UNK], Bernard Smilowitz, Allen Smith, Paul Smith, Smith College-Prof. Esther C. Dunn, Norman Smith, Susan Smith, Leon Schinasi Assoc., Edgar Snow, Bernard Sobel, Norma Miller-Society for the Prevention of WW III, Bill Soskin, Sound Stages Inc., Judith Staples, Roy Stryker, Joe Barnes and Bartley Crum-New York Star, Mark Starr, Mrs. John Stewart, Alfred Steinberg, Abram Spanel, Norman Isaacs-St. Louis Star, Rex Stout, Nathan Straus, Roger Straus, Harold Strauss, Hope Stewart, Frank Sullivan, Gael Sullivan, Ellen Sulzberger, Aaron Sussman, Herbert [UNK] Swope, Arthur Schlėsinger Jr., Kathleen [UNK], A.A. Suppan
Box 82, Folder 5

T.

Scope and Content Note

Norman Taylor, Tobe, Diana Trillings, Ordway Tead, Bernard Drew, Telford Taylor, Nelson Talbott Jr., Kiyoshi Tanimoto, Frank Erager, Nathaniel Maxwell-Thoughtways, Annexation Agreement Between the U.S. and Texas-The Texas State Teachers Assoc., Charles Tennyson, Lon Tinkle, Goodwin Watson-Teachers College, Malcolm Ross-20th Century-Fox Film Corp., Norman Thomas, Dr. Terhune, Sarah Augusta Taintos, Elbert Thomas, Nelson Talbott, Mary Toppi, Bud Talbott, Herbert Welte--Techears College of Conn., Monte Bartlett Thornton, Jerry Tallmer, W. W. Teece, Mrs. M.S. Turk, Catherine [UNK], Jay Tower, Robert Trout, James Thurber, Grover Theis, Harriet Tracy, Doris Lavelle, Corlisa Lamont, Norman Taylor, Catherine [UNK], Tracy Tyler, Mrs. Edward Thomas, Mrs. Bernard Tomson, Tom Townsend, Helen Tapper, Shepard Traube, Clara Tead, Ralph Pitcher, Ruth Teiser, Lovell Thompson, John Thompson, Henry Luce-Time, Alfred Baker-Time Magazine, Louise Brown, Arnold Toynbee, Marian Carter-The Town Hall, Frank Tubridy.
Box 82, Folder 6

P - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Charles Prince, Princeton Film Center, Wilferd Peterson, William Patterson, Laurence Sebel-Phi Sigma Delta's Ruby Celebration, Jane Hudson-P.E.N. Club, Jack Cominsky, Fred Smith, Book Service for Newspapers, K.B. Elliot, Red Motley-Parade, The “Point Four” Program by James Warburg, Rosemary Park, William Parker, Edwin MacEwan-Paterson Chamber of Commerce, Floyd and Betty Pattee, John Pearson, Houston Peterson, F.W. Perocter, Prof. Ralph Barton Perry, Anna Laise Phillips, Merlyn Pitzele, article from Plain Talk by Asher Brynes, Mrs. E.E. Piper, Laura Huxtable Porter, Post War World Council, Orville Prescott, K.S. [UNK], Inc., Clifford Snaw,Senator Brien MacMahon, Mrs. Henry Leach-Public Ed. Assoc.
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 83, Folder 1

R - 1 - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Walter Orr Roberts, Frederick Rinehart, Lt. Cmdr. J.C. Reardon, Allen Rivkin, Sylvia Rodenbach, Ruth Rome, William Rosenblum, Beardsley [UNK], Cowl Rider, Philip Ewald-Rineharf, The Reader's Bigest-DeWitt Wallace, Charles [UNK] Reader's Digest, Bob Ross, Stanley Rugg, Janet Roe, G.D. Rudd, Arthur Hays Sulzaberger, George Reetz, Rossell Hope Robins, Elizabeht Clarke Reiss, Burton Raffel, Mary R. Rondeau, Frank Ramsey, Radcliffe College, Simon [UNK], Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt (Peter [UNK] Next Voter) Anna Roosevelt, Ira Reid, Louis Ruppel, N. Crwin Rush, Valentine Sorokin-Embassy of the USSR, Franz Rubinow, Leo Doyle, Louis Dolivet, James Rosenberg, Earl Ross, [UNK] Florance-Reader's Digest
Box 83, Folder 2

R - 2 - 1949.

Scope and Content Note

D. Wallace-Reader's Digest, Beardsley Roml, Irwin Robinson, Robert Rosamond, Carlos Romulo, Cowl Rider, Ben Ray Redman, Helen Appleton Read, Burton [UNK], Roger W. Riis, Donald Klopfer, Maule-Random House, Byron Colling, Bayard Rustin, Francis Russell, John William Rogers, Alan Raphael, James Shotwell, Russell Rhodes, Rebecca and Dean Richardson, Bob Ran, Emery Reves, Quentin Reynolds, Norman Richardson, Ranald [UNK] and Co., Frederick Rine-hart, Stanley Rinehart, Stewart Robb, Frederick Robin, Henry Robinson, Nelson Rockefeller, Wellington, Roe, John Wm Rogers, Ruth Bryan Owen Rohde, Eleanor Roosevelt, Fred Rosen, Percy Knauth, Alison Raymond, Dean James Russell.
Box 83, Folder 3

Roosevelt - Spellman Controversy.

Scope and Content Note

Grenville Clarke, Rocherster, Robert Hutchins, Keith Funston, Helen Cunningham, [UNK] Reid, Wm Green, Frank Graham, C.A. [UNK], J.W. Harrelson, Myron Taylor, AR Robb, Arhtur Fox, Albert C Jacobs, Josephine Jasper, Samuel Callaway, List of Potential Signers
Box 83, Folder 4

Town Hall Trip.

Scope and Content Note

John Nelson, Memo, mailing address for members, Helen Wessells, application, background editorial info., Chester Williams, World Town Hall Seminar, Visa aplication, Freedom's [UNK] Rings Round the World (pamphlet)
Box 83, Folder 5

Town Meeting Mutual. Town Hall scripts, talks, clippings, Elizabeth Schenk, articles, talk on alcohol.

Box 83, Folder 6

Town Meeting. Am. Broadcasting Co., “Good Evening Neighbors!”-America's Town Meeting of the Air, George V. Denny Jr., C.R. Pettes.

Box 83, Folder 7

Town Hall Club. Sture Mathew, Mary Grimes, Thurston Davies, Charles Beckwith, Wm Traum, Elizabeth Colclough, Wilbur Nelson, Walter Cooking,

Box 83, Folder 8

Thyssen. article, trial, Regarding: Thyssen Trial, Thyssen vs. Reves, photocopies, letter to Fritz Thyssen,

Box 83, Folder 9

U.

Scope and Content Note

Esther Stamats-United Council of Church Women, Mrs. Richard Loengard-United Negro College Fund, Harold Bentley-University of Utah Press, Leah Trelease-Univ. of Illinois, Mrs. J.D. Williams-Univ. of Mississippi, Dean Spalding-Univ. of Ill., Clifton Utley, Avis Schulman-United Jewish Appeal, Jean Starr Untermeyer, W. T. Couch-Univ. of Chicago Press, Charles Werz, Fred Werner Neal, Charles Probes, John Ullman, Organizations Cooperating in All-Day Conference on the United [UNK] Nations, Datus Smith-Assoc. of Am. University Presses, Louis Untermeyer.
Box 83, Folder 10

V.

Scope and Content Note

The Viking Press, Gore Vidal, Dorothy Shereff, Fritz von Windegger, Henry Volk, Everett Fontaine, Amy Vanderbuilt, Mamie Volpe, Carl Van Doren, Ted Van Fossen, James Patteson III-Vitamin Productz Co., Harriet Van Horne, William Veale, Jerry Voorhis, Rafael Heliodore Valle, Eleanor Van Alen-Training Americans for World Careers, Carroll Van Court, John Vizzard, Ben Huebsch-Viking Press.
Box 83, Folder 11

Summer Welles. corres.

Box 83, Folder 12

Wharton. Paul Newlon, Evolution and the Erotic Impulse, Stock Ownership of Saturday Review Assoc.,J.R. Cominsky, Ada McCormick.

Box 83, Folder 13

XYZ.

Scope and Content Note

Clara Leiser-Youth of all Nations, Inc., Hideki Yukawa, Chester Kerr, Yale Univ. Press, Fred Zepp, Jack Zaiman, Mitsuo Yamagishi, Paul Yaig Mrs. Barton Yount, Robert Young, Robert Dresser-The Yale Literary Magazine, Blanche Yurka, Stanley Young, William Hitzig, Frederic Zeman, Samuel Zemurray, William Ziff,
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 84, Folder 1

A.

Scope and Content Note

The American Academy of Political and Social Science, Mrs. Louis Azrael, Ella Alford, Russell Anderson, A.M. Pitcher-The Authors Guild, Richard Andrews, Raymond Allen, T. S. Repplier-The Advertising Council, Frank Altschul, Devere Allen, Frederick Alexander, Mariana Amram, MacEnnis Moore-American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service, Allen White-American Friends Service Committee, Aerial Livery, Dean Paul Shipman Andrews, Dean Achesoh, Raymond Allen, Cyrilly Abels, Reverend Norman Anderson, Ahad Polier,Dorothy Aylward, Paul Andrews, Beatrice Auerbach, Abercrombie & Fitch, Edward Aswell, Shannon Allen, Sadie Alexander, Russell Anderson, Mrs. Curtis Amen, Pearl Kluger-American Committee for Cultural Freedom.
Box 84, Folder 2

B.

Scope and Content Note

Thomas Hart Benton, George Brett, Edward Barrett, Sarah Ball, Dean Burchard, Elizabeth Buchanan, Ben Lucien Burman, Stringfellow Barr, Herbert Brucker, George Bye, G. A. Borgese, Stephen Benedict, George Brett, Sam Bierman, Winifred Bartlett, Phyllis Battelle, Hon. Frances Bolton, Dr. H.G. Burks Jr., Marjorie Browne, Wm Bottiglia, Lawrence Blochman, Donna Begen Baer, Harvey Breit, Clark Barrett, Wm Benton, Windsor Booth, Thomas Bledsoe, Aupela Bruce, Richard Brickner, Pearl S. Buck, Mary Lou Baker, John Bracken, Chester Bowles, Joseph Blumenthal, Thurman Barnard, Joseph Brewer, Robert Rockmore Barron, Rice & Rockmore, James Best, Benjamin Goldstein, T. L. Barnard, Charles, Burwell, William Rose Benet, Robert Bogen, Mrs. L.W. Brown, George Burr, Morroe Berger, Curtis Benjamin, Joseph Prandt, David Burrell, Leonora Berry, Commencement Exercises of Briarcliff Junior College, Joseph Brooks, John Barkham, Arno Bellack, David Bailey, Grace Burt, M. Brammer, Struthers Burt, Richard Bertrandias, Alice Bullock, T. Francis Bennett, A. V. Bodine, Antoinette Buchanan, Roland Gelatt-[UNK] Books, Hugh Behymer, Theodore Brameld, Herbert Brucker, Ulric Bell, William Benton, Ruth Barash, Bert Barker, Marshall Best, Julien Bryan, Elizabeht Mann Borgese, George Britt.
Box 84, Folder 3

C.

Scope and Content Note

Charles Cherringell, Elihu Cooper, Don Cougdon, Stuart Chase, Mrs. Norman Cox, Houston Cole, Page Cross, Estelle Clapp, Beryl Cohon, Mrs. Harold Cole, Ridgely Cummings, Bess Cunningham, Arch Crawford, David Cohn, Andrew Crichton, Alexander Clark, Hadley Cantril, Caravan Travel Club, Wm J. Calvert Jr., Agnes Clark, Anne Chambers, Dana Cotton, Thomas Collens, Howard Gorham-Carver Found,, Jacques Chambrus, Anna Caples, Kenneth Carter, Ralph Colp, John Cowles, Clarence Faust-Connecticut Educational Survey, Walter Mallory-Council on Foreign Relations, Henry Chauncey, Louise Clark, Raymond Crowley, Angelo Cohn, Thomas Collens, James Caldwell, Ruth Corbet, O.C. Carmicheel, M, K. Cooke, Henry Cabot, Stuart Chase, The Commonweal, Robert Christopher, W.L. Clayton, Swasey Crocker, Hadley Cantril, Raymond Crist, Harold Case, C.W. Chase, Ralph Colp, Henry Steele Commager, Gardner Cowles, Rina Clas, Mr. and Mrs. Candreva, Hon. ASJ Carnahan, Gordon Cole, Ted Cott, Elizabeth [UNK], Harry Carmen, Mr. Cominsky, Mable Frances Conant, W. B. Cotton Jr., Randolph Compton, Wm Christopherson, Margaret Clark, Will Clayton, Cass Canfield, Lucy Cores, Ted Cott, Alicia Cogan, George Counts, Jay H. Clow, James Keller-The Christophers.
Box 84, Folder 4

D.

Scope and Content Note

Malcolm Diamond, Frank Dobie, LeRoy Dreher, Wm Downton, A.F. Davies, Elber Davis, Mary Gould Davis, Virginius Dabney, Hon. Joseph Darst. Paul Ditzel, R. S. Damon, James Chambers-The Daily Times Herald, Lawrence Martin-The Denver Post, Emmett Dedmon, John Dobbin, Leigh Danenberg, E. DeGolyer, Arthur DuBrow, Watson Davis, Leo Doyle, Louis Dailey, Kanji Dwarkadas, Anastasia Dragon, Thomas [UNK], Harold Danziger, Joseph Daniels, Liube Drndic, Josephine Duveneck, Michel Dumont.
Box 84, Folder 5

East West Conference. Charles Odegaard, American Council of Learned Societies, U.N. Educational Scientific and Cultural Org.-Department of Cultural Activities.

Box 84, Folder 6

ECA Book Council. Hilda Livingston, The New American Liorary of World Literature, Hon. Wm Foster, Victor Weybright, Hon. Paul Hoffman.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 85, Folder 1

Engagements 1951.

Scope and Content Note

John Everett, Rosamond Haas, Rex Stout-Writers Board for World Government, Ann Newbold, Hotel Statler, Elizabeth Bloch, Marshall Woods Fund, Elizabeth Colclough, Marc Rieffel, Wm Traum, Max Routtehberg, Chinni Sundram, Taraknath Das, Robert Williams, Richard Shaman, Roger Mastrude, Dorothy Norman, Richard Griffith, Edward Bernays, Eleanor Kask, N.Y. Newspaper Women's Club, Beryl Cohon, Hulda Goetz, David Lurensky, Hilton Buley, Dr. Minoo Masani, Clark Kuebler, C.A. Robinson Jr., Mrs. Harley Perkins, Nordecia Johnson, Mary Constantine, Clarence Pickett, D. Guerneey, Sir B. N. Rau, Oscar Israel, Arthur DuBrow, Rabbi Morris Kertzer, Rabbi Roland Gittelsohn, Max Franzen, Henry Walck, J.S. Doughty, A.V. Bodine, Paul Brooks, Charles Wilson, Isabel Leighton, Elmira College Commencement, N.J. State Teachers College, The American Education Fellowship, Eugene Wilkins, Colgate University, Bostonia-Boston University Alumni Mag. Susie Smith, C.G. Sargent, Eugene Wilkins, Ed Wegener, C.M. Stanley, Mrs. Edward Collier, George Field, Theodore Brameld, Thurston Davies, Wilmer Shultz, Mary Syke, Lewis Eldred, Mr. & Mrs. Edward Norman, Pauline Fairbanks, Mrs. Edward Collier, Mr. & Mrs. Rajeshwar Dayal, Helen Brandon, Seville Kistler, Rudolf Newburger, Howard Vickery, George Wulp, Pauline Fairbanks.
Box 85, Folder 2

E.

Scope and Content Note

F.E. Engelman, Edgar Ansell Mowrer, Henry Cabot, Donna Dagen Baer, S.M. Levitas, Dorianne Guernsey, Robert Leeper, Hedvig Sweetland, Meryle Evans, Eastern Airlines, Wm Emerson, James Eighelberger, Mary Elizabeth Edes, Arthur Elliot, W.W. Livengood, Lona Eldredge, Dwight Eisenhower, Morris Ernst, Allan Elston, Muriel Eldridge, Violet Edwards, Lewis Eldred, John Thompson Everitt, Ralph Ellsworth, Roger Evans
Box 85, Folder 3

F.

Scope and Content Note

Eugina Frost, John Sim on Guggenheim Memorial Found., George Field, Charles Ferguson, Mrs. Lincoln Foster, Clarence Faust, Harriet Fillinger, Fulbright Scholarship, Mary Fabing, Wesner Fallaw, Sterling Fisher, Harry Fiss, Harold Fields, Louis Fischer, Peggy Fowler, Sarah Ann Frost, David Finn, Foundation for Ingegration of Education, Robert Franklin, Eugene Ferrero, Lawrence Fuchs, Jeanne Frenry, Anne Ford, Claude Fuessues, Louis Fischer, Arthur Fields, Claude Fuess, [UNK] [UNK], John Farrar, Michael Florinsky, Irwin Fredman, Norman [UNK], Benjamin Fine, Walter Frese, Howard Florance, Commander John [UNK], Lionel Friedmann, Keith Funston, Charles Frazier, Murray Frank, Joseph Fujikawa, James Finucane, Virginia Fortiner, Varian Fry, Marshall Field, Harrison Forman, Hon. Wm Foster, Arthur Fabry, Merwyn Fenner
Box 85, Folder 4

G.

Scope and Content Note

Richard Griffith, Emanuel Greenberg, Gordon Gilmore, Alan Green, Peter Gelliers, Baverly Gizzard, Frank Graham, Victor Gollancz, Carol Gibbs, Marion Gaadale, Audrey Glass, Glenn Gregory, Joseph Greenberg, L.H. Grunebaum, Albert Guerard, Norman Glenn, Robert Gatenbee, Mrs. Peter Gossman, Abel Green, Manny Greenberg, Harold Glickman, George Gould, Karl Graf, W.D. Guild, (Mrs.), Martin Gumpert, James Oliver Brown, John Gruber, Ashton Greene, James Grigsby, Rabbi Roland Gittelsohn, Martin Gold, Leo Gruliow, Freida Hennock, Dr. H.R. Gant, Frank Goehring, Harry Gambichler, Florence Garing, Mvrtle Geyer, Karl Goedecke, Frances Greenberger, Richard Gehman, Rose Gates, Joseph Goodbar
Box 85, Folder 5

H.

Scope and Content Note

Ernest Hollis, Sol Hurwitz, Josephine Hemphill, Donald Harrington, Kent Horner, Robert Hume, Paul Hoffman, Richard Hubbell, Richard Heindel, Everett Hallock, Wm Harlan Hale, Paul Hoffman, Floyd Hageman, Barbara Halton Hallam, Holiday Magazine, Merwin Hart, H.W. Holzer, Will Henderson, Laurence Hyde, C.H. Haines, N.R. Hoover, Helen Hutchinson, George Holt, Samuel Halperin, Francis Hayes, Dorothy Hammond, Charles Haigh, [UNK] Hartwell, Palmer Hoyt, Bernard Heller, Ben Huebsch, Wm Higinbotham, August Heckscher, George Harris, Col. J.D. Holtzermann, Robert Hynson, Carl Humelsine, Loy Henderson, Wayne Hartwell, Garland Evans Hopkins, Bob Haslam, Frieda Hennock, Sidney K Hertzberg, Hon. Averell Harriman, Sidney Hergby, Rev. Donald Harrington, Curt Heymann, Helen Anne Hilker, Kimmis Hendrick, Josephine Hemphill, Alexander Hehmeyer, Harlan Hatcher, Mary Hone, Sidney Hertzberg, John Hill, Sidney Hook, Sally Harrison, Percy Linder Hodgson, Gordon Hagberg, H.F. Harding, Max Herzberg, George Holt, Mildred Harty, Dean Martin Harveyl, August Heckscher, John Hersey, Calya Hitzig, John Harter, Althea Hottel, Wm Hoffman, Nell Hutchinson, Dr. Hamilton Holt, Benjamin Hitz, Robert Hopkins, Emmet Hughes, TrudieHunt
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 86, Folder 1

Folder. India 1951. At th Crossroads, by Kamaladewi (book), Letter from Times of India, Conversation with Mrs. Shivran

Physical Description: (18 pages), 8 photographs.
Box 86, Folder 2

Folder. J.

Scope and Content Note

Justice Robert H. Jackson, Harriet W. Jones, Eliot Janeway (speech), W. K. Kelsey, Hannah Josephson, Alvin Johnson (editorial), Burges Johnson, Dr. Ivor Johnson, Ray E. Jennings, Gertrude Jordon, Daniel James, Dallas Johnson, Joseph Johnson, Blossom G. Jaffray, G.P.Jain, Eugene Jones, Daniel James, Dorothy Jose, Mary Hilburn Jackson, William P. Jenkins, William Jacobs, C. Walton Johnson, Albert E. Jolis, Alan K. James, B. Lamar Johnson and newsletter.
Box 86, Folder 3

Folder. K.

Scope and Content Note

Eleanor Kennedy and article by Dan Wickenden, Richard Wallace and Estes Kefaufer address, Dr. Henry Kagen, Kenneth R. Kurtz, Howard G. Kurtz Jr. and manuscript, Edna Hoew Kuser, Irene Katz, Louis Kon, W. Penn Kime Jr., Morris N. Kertzer, Ray King, Irvin R. Kuenzli and article from NEA, Horace M. Kallen and Pamphlet, Father James Keller, Arthur Knight, Douglas Kelly, Eleanor Kask and Newsletter, Ralph Kircher, Alfred A. Knopf, Frances Keene, Robert E. Kuehn, Margaret Kinard, Joseph Joel Keith, Dr. F. A. Karim, James H. Kelleghan, B.G.Knowles, Richard Barnes Kennen, William Kasius, Frederick L. Lane, Harry F. Klinefelter, Walter M. Kollmorgen, Earl Keeling, E.C.Krauss, Rita Kissing, Chester Kerr, Alexander Klein, Henry W. Kaessler, Emmett Kelly, Arthur Krock, Mrs. M. Knighton, F.L.Kunz, George Kandreva, Mary Paxton Keely, James Kelly, Victor W. Knauth, Dessie E. Kushell, Henry B. Kranz, Bela Kornitz, A.R.Nykl.
Box 86, Folder 4

Folder. L.

Scope and Content Note

Robert Littell, Ted Lentz, Hilda Livingston and introduction to The Prince, Alexander Laing, Joseph T. Lambie, Anatol Litvak, Madeline Latham, Francis Locke, Jessica Lewis, S.M.Levitas, R. McAneny Loud, Blossom J. Lewis, Pare Loretz, E. Wilson Lyon, Cedric A. Larson, Carl E. Lindstrom, Norman Draper, and Lacy Report, Corliss Lamont, Dan Lewis, Neil Laidler, Clarence A. Lyman, H.H. Lippincott, Louis Levand, Edwin D. Lundquist, James Leyburn, N.S. Light, Hans Hamm, Savoie Lottinville, John Lodge, David Levy, Patsy Look, Storer B. Lunt, (address), J.B.L. Lawrence, Fitzhugh Lee and article, Ernest E. Leisy, Diana Lucas, J.K. Lasser, Robert J. Misch, Clara Logan, Roy E. Larson, Frederick J. Libby, Norman A. Lessack, John David Lodge, R.P.Lincoln, Margaret Ligon, Shippen Lewis, H.P.Layer, Norman Lewis, Reginald D. Lang, Strang Lawson, H.W.Culbreth, and Murray D. Lincoln address.
Box 86, Folder 5

Folder. M.

Scope and Content Note

Ralph Morrissey articles, Dorothy Gardner, Lawrence S. Mayers, Ashley Montagu, Roger G. Mastrude, Walter A. McCleneghan, Monica McCall, Josephine MacLatchy, George C. McGhee, Edward McSweeney, Edythe Millberg, James Marshall and Princeton conference Statement, Frances Marquis, John Murdoch, Grace Mayers, Howard A. Meyerhoff, Worthington Minor, George McGHee, Lawrence S. Mayers, Howard A. Meyerhoff, Lucile M. Morsch, Harold Matson, Dwight W. Morrow, (Mrs.), Al Maelstrom, James L. Madden, Charlotte, Munger, Allan McMahan, Edgar Ansel Mowrer, Gordon B. McNeil, F. Ronald Mansbridge, Ken McCormick, Elezabeth Ann McMurray, Margaret Mara, Zerline Morje, Charles Merz, John Mayer, Jesse Merritt, Mary Alice Meyer, Helen Miley, Senator Brien McMahon, D. Walton (Mabon & Co.), Eugene T. Murphy, Amalak R. Mehta, Thurston Macauley, Robert Marlowe, Richard V. Marks, Paul Miller, Harry G. Mendelson, (Matushita) Matsushita Muneyoshi, Flora McCarter Macauley, Leland Mathis, and booklet - Notes on the Theory of Progress, Herbert E. McMahan, Helen Strauss, Joseph Meiers, M. D., Virginia Abrams, article by Will Maslow, Brien Mc Mahon, James Michener, Capt. K. C. McIntosh, Fern Maddox, Haridas T. Muzumdar, R. M. MacIver, D. M. Morandini, Gilbert McAllister, M.P., Donald J. Merwin, John McAfee, Virginia Scott Miner, Don Morris, Senator Joseph McCarthy, David A. Munro, John Moynahan, LeRoy Burke Meagher, Arthur G. McDowell, Steere Mathew, Lenore G. Marshall, William McCleery, Merle Miller, Bruce D. Mudgett, Mary Mack, and Address, Joan Mayer, Elizabeth Mckee, Ved Mehta, Marilyn Meyer, Arthur E. Morgan, Harold N. Munger, Mary P. Mass, Berwyn T. Moore, Alexander Marshall, R. E. Corish, Bernice Dainard Gestie, Samuel Martin, W. V. Morgenstern, Virginia DeGolyer Maxson, A. Malstrom, Ward Morehouse, Lenore G. Marshall, Moynahan & Matthews, Inc., Booklet, Albert Maltz, Harold C Metzner,M.D., Robert J. Misch, Arthur Mizener, Karl E. [UNK] Arthur H. Motley.
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 87, Folder 1

Louis Levand. The Kansas Publisher-magazine, Telegram, George V. Denny, Jr., Letters written by Louis Levand dated August 1, and 17, 1950, November 8,9,13, 1950, and December 16, 1950., Tear sheets dated October10, 18, 1950, December 5,9,16, and 26, 1950.

Box 87, Folder 2

S-1951 -#1.

Scope and Content Note

Julius Stulman, A.H. Sulzberger, Reed Severin, William Shawn, Henry C. Sprinkle, jr., Mary Arnold Sykes, Leo Sauvage, Dean Gordon A. Sabine, Justin Sturm, Wallace Stegner, Norman Smith, Letter-Simon and Schuster (Dick), Lillian Smith, Speech, H. L. Shapiro, Thomas L. Stokes, Roger W. Straus, Jr., Walter D. Spain, Kathleen Sproul, George D. Stoddard, Gerald E. Smith, Samuel Shellabarger, Rabbi Lou H. Siberman, Robert H. Snow, Max Schling (bill), Walter R. Sharp, Paula Snelling, Seymour Sussman, Dr. James T. Shotwell, Herbert Bayard Swope, Gabe Sanders, Willis Smith, Julius Stulman address, Seymour Stern, Townsend Scudder, Robert Lewis Shayon, Science News Letter, Gertrude H. [UNK] George B. Savage, A.M. Schauffler, Jane Scholl, Henry Schuman, Milton J. E. Senn, William C. Starkweather, Sherwood Warwick - Editorial, Susie Smith, Benjamin Sonnenberg, Langdon Sully, with Dr. Everette Lee DeGolyer and R. P. Shaha letters, Albert Schiller, Emily [UNK] Lawrence M. C. Smith, “The Truth About Red Channels”-Article, Nat Schmulowitz, Edna Stewart, John Squire, Uli Schaeffer, Dr. Walter P. Schuck, Lisi, Kit Sturn, James Thrall Soby, Cecile Starr, Elizabeth N. Steploe, Mary Sax, Harry Scherman, Jerome Spingarn, Gzayson Kirk telegram on behalf of James T. Shotwell, J. E. Schmidt, M.D., Melvin Schaengold, Gilbert Seldes, Dr. Shotwell,.
Box 87, Folder 3

S-1951 -#2.

Scope and Content Note

Elizabeth K. Sanders, Lois Anne Schultz, Donald J. Shank, Martin L. A. Sternberg, Ann Stevick, Rex Stout, and newspaper Common Sense, Herbert Bayard Swope, Albert Schiller, Wilmer L. Shultz, Susie Smith, Rodney Shaw, James M. Speers, Henry Schuman, Marian W. Smith, Lee Somers, Jerome Salzmann, Eric Sevareid, broadcast, Ivar Spector, Mark Starr, Richard L. Simon, Paul E. Smith, Norman Smith, Harry Sherman-Address, Dore Schary, Russell Scott, Gustave Simon, Aaron Sussman, Ben Sonnenberg,ll, P. B. Stovin, Kathleen Sproul, Clara Aiken Speer, Townsend Scudder, Julius Stulman, James Thrall Sobey, Jacob Steinberg, Julius Schatz, James T. Shotwell - Nomination 1952 Nobel Peace Prize, and Intoduction to “Governments of Continental Europe”, [UNK] [UNK] Carnegie Endowment for International Peace - Summary, Dr. Roger W. Spencer, Roger W. Straus, Jr., Charles E. Saltzman, Helen C. Spaid, M. Lincoln Schuster, Townsend Scudder, Andrew Stewart, R.R.Spencer, Barry Stevens, Tear sheet - Keio University, Dorothy Stout, Elizabeth Schenk, Iwanami Shoten, Dean Gordon A. Sabine, Lao Sziland, Gregg M. Sinclair, Robert Lewis Shayon, Robert N. Strauss, Sidney Satenstein, Eleanor F. Street,.
Box 87, Folder 4

Folder T.

Scope and Content Note

Argus J. Tresidder, Lovell Thompson, James S. Tyler, Paul A. Tierney, and address by Alvin C. [UNK] Monte Thornton, Lt. Ted L. Taylor, Donald K. Tead, R. S. Damon (Trans World Airlines), Arthur Hays Sulzberger, Joseph G. Thomas, W. J. Trent, Jr., Henry Toy, Jr., Edward M. Tuttls, Vernon D. Tate, Helen K. Taylor, Dale M. Thompson, Nelson S. Talbott, Jr., J. Taylor and U.S.Air Force Information Bulletin #13, Address by Ordway Tead, Town Meeting of the Air, Col. James Taylor, Clara Tead, Theosophy, Herbert I. Thompson, Argus J. Tresidder, Joseph Brooks (Time Travel Service), Donald K. Tead, W. Harford Th....
Box 87, Folder 5

Monte Thornton.

Scope and Content Note

Margaret Bartlett, poems, Mary Sykes, Marion Tracy, Malcolm Cary, The Town Hall Club, Mrs. Sherwood Anderson, William Rose Benet, Letters to Mrs. Sherwood Anderson
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 88, Folder 1

Job Applications-1949.

Scope and Content Note

Margery Lewis, Helen G. Davis, Harold Knoll, Cyril Eagan, Richard Cheatham, Paul Goldman, Elaine Greene, Jean Manchester, H. M. Spitzer, John W. Cobb, Stark Smith, Keith de Folo, Marguerite P. Murphy, Mildred Schachinger, Charles F. Cuddihy, Jr., Louis Doyle, Kathleen Tappen, George M. Muramoto, Sandra L. Sherwood, Mary Dustan, Eleanor Thomas, William C. Dillinger, Eleanor Bolster, Antoinette Booth, Dorothy Eiser, John H. Ware, Jr., Theresa Coolidge, Claire Redman, Bert B. Salter, Ruth Friedman, Betty Bettinger, Johanna F. Zubek, Vera A. Harrison, M. B. Thompson, Shirley Etkin, Mary G. Johnson, Agnes Crooks, Vivian Spielberg, Helen F. Bestafka, Edette Borell, Ralph D. Vance, James Roland Kantor, Stanley Sauerhaft, Charles P. May, Dorothy Peabody Laverty, Stanley Mann, Odette Jensen, Robert Gale, Gerson Millier, Russell Kennedy Jones, Jr., Sylvia K. Moore, William A. Buck, Sheldon J. Karlan, Rena Milton Hamelfarb, Alan Reitman, William M. Wynkoop, Nancy Huntington Hudson, Irraine Barry, Lucia Snyder, Harrison Kinney, Paul L. Payne, C. B. Colby, Emily Rubin, Mary E. McDonnell, Jesse D. Green, Charles P. May, Jerome Salzmann, James Roland Kantor, Paul Denis, Tillie W. Green, Milton A. Smith, Edward J. Fitzgerald, Mical O'Maher, Edna Reindel, Herta Jurim, Karl W. Wendel, II, Lois Frederickson, Arnold Rabin, Lila L. Hinsdale, Michael D. Reagan, Patricia Willis, Christine Gainer, Suzanne G. Rhoads, Robin Park, Eve Weiss, Caroline Smith, Robert N. Strauss
Box 88, Folder 2

E. Upshur Evans, Luther H. Evans, M. P. Echols, Mrs. Arne [UNK] Francis Ehrenberg, Irwin Edman, Leonard Erikson, Max Ehrlich, Morris L. Ernst, Bergen Evans.

Box 88, Folder 3

Hillyer College Commencement Address. Hugh T. Saglio.

Box 88, Folder 4

F.

Scope and Content Note

Simone France, Arthur Fields, Madeleine Farrell, Louis Fisher, Fraser, Morris & Co., Inc., Caleb Foote, Hugh Russell Fraser, Clifton Fadiman, John Farrar, Wilma Felger, Harold Fields, Dr. David Harold Fink, Louis Finkelstein, G. Keith Funston, Benjamin Fine, May Falk, Michel Farano, James A. Farley (with Harper Sibley and Herbert H. Lehman) Fyke Farmer, Lynn Farnol, Mayor Charles Farnsley, James T. Farrell, Nancy Fay, Jessica Feingold, Thomas K. Finletter, H. Lawrence Fisher, Paul Flowers, Margaret H. Floyd, Rosemary Park, Peter de Francia, Anne Ford, Jerome N. Frank, Waldo Frank, Katherine Watters, Felix Frankfurter, Kenneth D. Wells, Gerhard Friedrich, Mrs. Franklin Leerburger, Elizabeth Fry.
Box 88, Folder 5

Edmund Gilligan.

Box 88, Folder 6

Leonov.

Box 88, Folder 7

W.

Scope and Content Note

Thomas J. Wilson, Phillips Wyman, Robert F. Williams, Frank A. Brandenstein, Martin Wolfson, Raymond Walters, Alice B. Whelen, Sloan Wilson, Byrl A. Whitney, Richard J. Walsh, J. Paul Williams, David Wodlinger, Kenneth Holland, Raymond H. Wittcoff, H. C. Webster, Mrs. George A. Wulp, Phillip Wilson, John Wolbarst, Dorothy Mumford Williams, John F. Wharton, Mary Watts, J. P. Womack, Betty Westfeldt, Russell F. Wulff, Bertram Walker, Lee Wright, Fred Wieck, Sidney Wallach, General A. C. Wedemeyer, Ethel Wilhelm, Robert O. Wilbur, Albert N. Williams, Jr., Mrs. Vernon A. Ward, Sr., Abe Wilson, Al Williams, Helen E. Wessells, Wayne C. Williams, Thomas J. Watson, Patrick M. Westfeldt, Blanche S. Wagstaff, DeWitt Wallace, Clara Shapiro, Jerry White, Elizabeth [UNK] James L. Rubenstone, Edward P. Wegener, Henry C. Wolfe, Charles L. Wheeler, Rena A. Wilnot.
 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 89, Folder 1

Correspondence Re Manuscripts.

Scope and Content Note

Lawrence S. Mayers, Henry S. Canby, Petar Heggie, Antonio Iglesias(?), Norman W. Schur, Bradford Smith, Paul Arthur Schilpp, Alma Pritchard, Jack A. Goodman, Atherton Bristol, John T. Elliott, Joseph H. Allen, George Stevens, Al Hine, J. Alvin Kugelmass, Paul H. Oehser, Catherine McCarthy, Mark Starr, Ralph McGill, Doyle L. McCuller, Samuel B. Miller, John Malick, Linda Manglesdorf, Edward T. Mills, Francis P. Matthews, John D. McCutcheon, Malcolm McBride, Ralph McDonald, Helen Mears, Cord Meyer, Jr., Anne Loveland Meyering, Ashley Montagu, William Kent, Ernest Camp, Jr., Dr. Lawrence S. Kubie, John Mason Brown, Michael Sheridan, Eric Eisner, Dorothy Bowen, Parke Rouse, Jr., C. A. Robinson, Jr., David Russell, Lelle Swann, John D. Whiting, Allen Rivkin, Karl Menninger, Hester Buell, Upton Sinclair, Struthers Purt, Cass Canfield, J. L. Teller, Harold W. Thatcher, George Biddle, Edward N. Saveth, Raymond B. Allen, Donald K. Anderson, Merritt E. Benson, Margaret Christie, Harrison Smith, S. J. Kornhauser, James Wheat, Mark Harris, George T. Bye, Agnes Scott Yost, Harry Roskolenko, Helen Taylor, Willard Range, James Vincent, Carl Bode, Kathryn Sloan, Gerhard Friedrich, Gladys Huss, Martin S. Allwood, Cecilia Lauritz, Ruth Walker, Mrs. Irving Elbaum, Douglas N. Morgan, Ezra Goodman, Dr. Charles A. Levinson, Katherine W. Nelson, Daniel Whitehead Hicky, Jack DeVine, William Rose Benet, Walter Mosse, Alfred Steinberg, Olga L. Butterworth, Boyne Grainger, [UNK] Jones, F. Emerson Andrews, Dorothy Adelson, Francis F. Dobo, Robert A. Hereford, Virginia Rice, Nelson Valjean, James P. C. Southall, [UNK] G. Goodman, Carol N. Gess, John B. Kaiser, Eleanor Olmstead Miller, Nathan L. Bengis, Minnie May Thayer, J. P. McKnight, Kathryn G. Messner, J. R. [UNK] Will Maslow, Corley McDarment, Richmond P. Miller, E. B. Moorhouse, Mrs. Fredric March.
Box 89, Folder 2

A tomic Energy. Several pamphlets.

Box 89, Folder 3

O-1950.

Box 89, Folder 4

R-1950.

Box 89, Folder 5

Reader's Digest.

Box 89, Folder 6

Walter Orr Roberts.

Box 89, Folder 7

Anna [UNK]

Box 89, Folder 8

Emily [UNK]

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 90, Folder 1

S-1950 January-June. General correspondence with people whose names begin with S.

Box 90, Folder 2

S-1950 July-. Same as above.

Box 90, Folder 3

SRL - Anniversary Issue. Praise for 25th anniversary issue and letters to and from contributors to that issue.

Box 90, Folder 4

SRL - Book Service. Book reviews to be sent to newspapers.

Box 90, Folder 5

SRL - Finances.

Box 90, Folder 6

SRL - Good News. A feature column in the Saturday Review.

Box 90, Folder 7

SRL - Ideas.

Box 90, Folder 8

SRL - Publishers Clinic. Correspondence with publishers regarding the establishing of a column to be written by J. K. Lasser.

Box 90, Folder 9

Secretary of War - Report To. Apparently taken from a June, 1945 issue of the Saturday Review.

Box 90, Folder 10

Simon & Schuster.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 91, Folder 1

Smith, Chard Powers.

Box 91, Folder 2

SRL - Memos. Miscellaneous, Etc., 1946-49. Letters, memoranda, financial data.

Box 91, Folder 3

SRL - Memos 1949.

Box 91, Folder 4

SRL - Memos 1950.

Box 91, Folder 5

SRL - Payments in Advance.

Box 91, Folder 6

SRL - Plans.

Box 91, Folder 7

Smit, J. J.

Box 91, Folder 8

Sonnenberg, Benjamin. Contains speeches by Charles Luckman, president of Lever Bros., apparently ghosted by Norman Cousins.

Box 91, Folder 9

Sonnenberg, Benjamin - File No. 2.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 92, Folder 1

Spanel. Correspondence with A. N. Spanel of International Latex Corp. pertaining to an ad for United World Federalists.

Box 92, Folder 2

Steinberg Press.

Box 92, Folder 3

Stephens College - Inauguration. Speech made at the inauguration of Homer P. Rainey.

Box 92, Folder 4

Raymond Swing.

Box 92, Folder 5

UN - Norwalk Petition Plan.

Box 92, Folder 6

U.S. A. Volume 1, number 3 of a pocket-sized magazine issued in English and foreign languages.

Box 92, Folder 7

W - 1.

Box 92, Folder 8

W - 2.

Box 92, Folder 9

W - 3.

Box 92, Folder 10

Wolfert. Manuscript of Ira Wolfert's The Victory.

Box 92, Folder 11

Robert R. Young.

Box 92, Folder 12

Westfeldt, Betty. 1611 Niagara, Denver.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 93, Folder 1

1947-48. Correspondence Re Mss.

Box 93, Folder 2

A - 1950.

Box 93, Folder 3

Clippings - Atom.

Box 93, Folder 4

American Civil Liberties Union - Correspondence.

Box 93, Folder 5

Applications.

Box 93, Folder 6

Atlantic Union Committee.

Box 93, Folder 7

Atom.

Box 93, Folder 8

B - 1950.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 94, Folder 1

Bogus Best - Sellers. Inaccuracies of best seller lists.

Box 94, Folder 2

Briarcliff Junior College.

Box 94, Folder 3

John Mason Brown.

Box 94, Folder 4

C - 1950.

Box 94, Folder 5

Edward Tatnall Canby.

Box 94, Folder 6

Century Club.

Box 94, Folder 7

Bennett Cerf.

Box 94, Folder 8

Chambers Letter. Three copies of a letter from Whittaker Chambers.

Box 94, Folder 9

Chicago University.

Box 94, Folder 10

Child Study Association.

Box 94, Folder 11

Citizens Committee on Displaced Persons.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 95, Folder 1

Cleveland. Material on United World Federalists.

Box 95, Folder 2

Committee on Standards (French-American).

Box 95, Folder 3

Common Council for American Unity.

Box 95, Folder 4

Conference on Science. Philosophy and Religion.

Box 95, Folder 5

Council On Foreign Relations.

Box 95, Folder 6

E - 1950.

Box 95, Folder 7

Education For An Atomic Age. Speech by Norman Cousins.

Box 95, Folder 8

Expenses.

Box 95, Folder 9

F - 1950.

Box 95, Folder 10

G - 1950.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 96, Folder 1

H - 1950.

Box 96, Folder 2

I - 1950.

Box 96, Folder 3

J - 1950.

Box 96, Folder 4

Japanese Matters - 1950.

Box 96, Folder 5

L - 1950.

Box 96, Folder 6

L To E. (Letters To The Editor).

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 97, Folder 1

Longman's, Green.

Box 97, Folder 2

Luce, Claire Boothe - Speeches.

Box 97, Folder 3

Luckman.

Box 97, Folder 4

M - 1950.

Box 97, Folder 5

M - 1950.

Box 97, Folder 6

Motion Picture Material.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 98, Folder 1

Maduro.

Box 98, Folder 2

Comments Re Waldorf Speech.

Box 98, Folder 3

Q - General Correspondence - 1953.

Box 98, Folder 4

RA - RN 1953.

Box 98, Folder 5

RO - RZ 1953.

Box 98, Folder 6

Reader's Digest.

Box 98, Folder 7

Reissner - 1953.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 99, Folder 1

R. C. Roper.

Box 99, Folder 2

Jerome Rothstein.

Box 99, Folder 3

SA - SH(General Correspondence) 1953.

Box 99, Folder 4

SI - ST(General Correspondence) 1953.

Box 99, Folder 5

ST - SZ(General Correspondence) 1953.

Box 99, Folder 6

Saturday Review - Clippings.

Box 99, Folder 7

Appendix: Public Reaction To Policy Statement On Books, July 13, Department of State.

Box 99, Folder 8

Saturday Review - Format - Miscellaneous.

Box 99, Folder 9

Thomas B. Sherman.

Box 99, Folder 10

George E. Sokolsky.

Box 99, Folder 11

Benjamin Sonnenberg.

Box 99, Folder 12

TA - TE(General Correspondence) 1953.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 100, Folder 1

TF - TZ General Correspondence 1953.

Box 100, Folder 2

U General Correspondence 1953.

Box 100, Folder 3

UNESCO 1953.

Box 100, Folder 4

V General Correspondence 1953.

Box 100, Folder 5

W - 1.

Box 100, Folder 6

W - 2.

Box 100, Folder 7

W - 3.

Box 100, Folder 8

Raymond Walters.

Box 100, Folder 9

Washington University.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 101, Folder 1

Williams, Stillman--World Order Library, Inc.

Box 101, Folder 2

Windolph, F. Lyman

Box 101, Folder 3

Winters, William --Public Education-- Mass Media.

Box 101, Folder 4

Wittmer, Sylvia

Box 101, Folder 5

Wooster College--Alumni Association.

Box 101, Folder 6

Worldover Press--1954.

Box 101, Folder 7

Wortman, Doris Nash--1953.

Box 101, Folder 8

X-Gen. Corres.--1953.

Box 101, Folder 9

Y- Gen. Corres. 1953.

Box 101, Folder 10

Z-Gen. Corres. 1953.

Box 101, Folder 11

Memoranda.

Box 101, Folder 12

Mark Van Doren.

Box 101, Folder 13

SRL.--Syndicate.

Box 101, Folder 14

SRL.--General.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 105, Folder 1

Misc. Correspondence.

Box 105, Folder 2

American Booksellers. 1952.

Box 105, Folder 3

1952 --Columbia Library-Friends of.

Box 105, Folder 4

Fine, Benjamin-1952.

Box 105, Folder 5

Finklestein, Jewish Theological Seminary-1952.

Box 105, Folder 6

Hoover, David-1952.

Box 105, Folder 7

Mundel case-1952.

Box 105, Folder 8

N.A.A.C.P.--(Walter White).

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 106, Folder 1

Viereck, Peter. 1951-1952.

Box 106, Folder 2

Wolfson, Martin--Articles--Some Confidential.

Box 106, Folder 3

America and the Mind of Europe”. Jan. 13, 1951.

Box 106, Folder 4

Mind of Asia Issue--August 4, 1951.

Box 106, Folder 5

MacNichols, Kenneth.

Box 106, Folder 6

Pasadena review--1951.

Box 106, Folder 7

American Community Project--1954.

Box 106, Folder 8

Comics File.

Box 106, Folder 9

Cowles, Virginia.

 

Personal and Business Correspondence.

Box 107, Folder 1

Ford Foundation--1954.

Box 107, Folder 2

Korean Aid.

Box 107, Folder 3

Teacher's Letter--1954

Box 107, Folder 4

World Literacy--1954.

Box 107, Folder 5

American Camera Guild--Personal.

Box 107, Folder 6

Klein, Alexander--Personal.

 

Printed Material.

Box 108, Folder 1

Africa. Special background material for trip.

Box 108, Folder 2

Liberia. Printed Matter.

Box 108, Folder 3

Africa. Printed Matter.

Box 108, Folder 4

Africa. Printed Matter.

Box 108, Folder 5

Bulletins of Institute of African American Relations.

Box 108, Folder 6

Albert Schweitzer. Printed Matter.

Box 108, Folder 7

Africa. Miscellaneous Printed Matter.

Box 108, Folder 8

Africa Trip. Background Materials.

Box 108, Folder 9

American Civil Liberties Union. Jan.--Mar. 1955.

Box 108, Folder 10

American Civil Liberties Union. May--August 1954.

Box 108, Folder 11

American Civil Liberties Union. Sept.--Dec. 1954.

 

Printed Material.

Box 109, Folder 1

Radiation. Printed Matter.

Box 109, Folder 2

Atom.

Box 109, Folder 3

Guided Missiles.

Box 109, Folder 4

Atomic Energy-U.S. Senate Hearings.

Box 109, Folder 5

Asian Conversations. (Talks with [UNK] and Mohammed Ali).

Box 109, Folder 6

Asia. Printed Matter.

 

Printed Material.

Box 110, Folder 1

Bandung-May 1955.

Box 110, Folder 2

Bandung Conference.

Box 110, Folder 3

Bandung-Printed Material.

Box 110, Folder 4

China-Printed Material.

Box 110, Folder 5

China-Refugees From Free Asia.

Box 110, Folder 6

Communism And Communist Activity.

Box 110, Folder 7

Communist Anti-Semitism.

Box 110, Folder 8

Congress. Printed Matter.

 

Printed Material.

Box 111, Folder 1

Disarmament. Printed Matter.

Box 111, Folder 2

Education. Printed Matter, some Confidential.

Box 111, Folder 3

Education. Printed Matter.

Box 111, Folder 4

Education. Printed Matter.

 

Printed Material.

Box 112, Folder 1

Educational TV. Printed Matter.

Box 112, Folder 2

Public School Crisis. Reprints from SR- Sept. 8, 1951

Box 112, Folder 3

Federal Aid to Education. Printed Matter.

 

Printed Matter.

Box 113, Folder 1

Korea. Printed Matter.

Box 113, Folder 2

Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy. Printed Matter.

Box 113, Folder 3

Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy. Printed Matter.

Box 113, Folder 4

“Joe Must Go”. Leroy Gore. Printed Matter.

Box 113, Folder 5

Statement of Senator William Benton, relating to Senate Resolution 187.

Box 113, Folder 6

Campaign Speeches.-Aclai E. Stevenson.

Box 113, Folder 7

Campaign Speeches.-President Eisenhower, 1956.

Box 113, Folder 8

Business. Printed Matter.

 

Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 1

Canada. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 2

Censorship. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 3

Coexistence. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 4

Colonialism. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 5

Cultural Freedom. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 6

“Facts Forum News”. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 7

Freedom. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 8

Germ Warfare. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 9

Grants. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 10

Hiss, Alger. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 11

Ladejinsky Clippings. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 12

Loyalty. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 13

Oppenheimer, Robert, J. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 14

Population. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 15

Propaganda. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 16

Reprints of N. C. Articles. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 17

“Review of International Affairs”. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 18

S.R. Photography Supplement.

Box 114, Folder 19

Technical Assistance. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 20

Trade. (No material).

Box 114, Folder 21

Wilson, Woodrow. Printed Matter.

Box 114, Folder 22

Yalta. Printed Material.

Box 114, Folder 23

NAACP. Printed Matter.

 

Printed Matter.

Box 115, Folder 1

Pakistan. Printed Matter.

Box 115, Folder 2

Pakistan. Printed Matter.

Box 115, Folder 3

Point Four. Printed Matter.

Box 115, Folder 4

“Quote”. Printed Matter.

Box 115, Folder 5

Race Relations. Printed Matter.

Box 115, Folder 6

Segregation Decision. Printed Matter.

Box 115, Folder 7

Religion. Printed Matter.

Box 115, Folder 8

Russia & Soviet Satellites. Printed Matter.

Box 115, Folder 9

De-Stalinization. Printed Matter.

 

Printed Matter.

Box 116

Russia & Soviet Satellites. Printed Matter.

 

Document Case # 117 Printed Matter.

Box 117, Folder 1

Science. Printed Matter.

Box 117, Folder 2

Science News Letter, 1955.

Box 117, Folder 3

Science News Letter, 1954.

Box 117, Folder 4

Suez. Printed Matter.

Box 117, Folder 5

Suez. Printed Matter.

Box 117, Folder 6

UNESCO. Printed Matter.

 

Volume 2

 

Printed Matter.

Box 118, Folder 1

Booklet. Conference on World Awareness. “The American Undergraduate and the Non-Western World”.

Box 118, Folder 2

Columbo Plan. Printed Matter.

Box 118, Folder 3

“Eastern Economist”.

Box 118, Folder 4

“Eastern World”. 1953, 1954, 1955.

Box 118, Folder 5

Middle East.

Box 118, Folder 6

Egypt.

Box 118, Folder 7

Far East Material.

Box 118, Folder 8

[UNK]

Box 118, Folder 9

Kashmir.