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Final report of General John J. Pershing: Commander-in-chief, American Expeditionary forces. Washington: Government Publishing Office, 1919.
Official register of the officers and cadets of the U.S. Military Academy. June 1901.
Official register of the officers and cadets of the U.S. Military Academy. June 1904.
Annual report of the superintendant of the U.S. Military Academy, 1904. Washington: Government Publishing Office.
Class of 1904 U.S. Military Academy from graduation to June 1909.
U.S. Military Academy alumni reunion at Ye Moana Hotel, Honolulu, June 17, 1916. Menu.
Annual West Point dinner, Rauscher's, March 22, 1924 . Washington, D.C.
Thirty-year book. Class of 1904, 1934. U.S. Military Academy.
The Amateurs. n.p., 1953. autographed copy to P.D.G.
An Historical Sketch of the Providence Marine Corps of Artillery: 1801-1951. By Everett S. Hartwell. n.d.
Scrapbook of newsclippings: 1933-1957. covers: Washington D.C., Arizona, Imperial Valley, Laguna Beach.
Washington section, association of graduates. U.S. Military Academy 1927.
Folder--Bonus March clippings & correspondence, and miscellaneous clippings.
1 large envelope of clippings, pamphlets, etc. Unorganized.
An award to P.D.G. by the War Department Safety Council.
Collier's, October 29, 1932.
1 envelope of miscellaneous clippings.
1 scrapbook--Trip to Mexico City.
Extract--Orders being the military orders of P.D.G.
The Howitzer. 1904 Being a book of the class of 1904.
History of the 77th Division: 1917-1918. n.d.
Radio--West Point, 1911.
Class of 1904.
Clippings--1945-1947. Includes various political columnists.
Institute of World Affairs.
Correspondence: art exhibition in Laguna Beach, 1955-56.
Memorial Record--Mrs. Allie Davis Glassford, 1858-1937.
Correspondence, etc. re P.D.G.'s father and his death.
Essay on Puerto Rico and St. Thomas. Strategic Value of St. Thomas. by P.D.G. also correspondence relating to the article.
Miller, William J.--correspondence concerning, 1946-47, 1956.
Horses we raised and sold.
Correspondence relating to Admiral Glassford.
Police and public administration--correspondence.
Washington D.C. articles: crime and police.
Data: laws and government.
Artese property: correspondence.
American Veteran, July 1933.
Time, August 8, 1932.
For What? By Howard Preston Dew. Charleston, South Carolina, 1936. Volume of poetry
Lucky Bag, 1906.
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Leather Holder With Index Cards
School credential materials.
Kidron--General Pershing's favorite mount and his story.
Time--August 15, 1932.
Harpers--November 1932. Reprint: Glassford and the B.E.F.
Time--October 21, 1932.
Festival of Arts & Pageants of the Masters. 10 programs; Laguna Beach, California.
Several folders of photographs. loose photographs. A few miscellaneous letters, a photograph album, various sketches and drawings, paintings, etc. all unorganized and unarranged.
Various and sundry photos, drawings, etc. unorganized.
Family--pictures, records, correspondence, etc. all unarranged.
Pyle, Ernie. Here is Your War. New York: Holt, 1943.
Kernan, W.F. and Henry T. Samson. History of the 103rd Field Artillery (twenty-sixth division, A.E.F.) World War: 1917-1919. n.p., n.d.
Service, Robert W. Songs of a Sour Dough. 3rd ed. Toronto: William Buggs, 1907.
Samson, Henry T. and George C. Hull. The War Story of C Battery. 103rd U.S. Field Artillery. France: 1917-1919. n.p., 1920.
Soloviev, Captain L.Z. Actual Experiences in War. July 1906. Washington: Government Publishing Office.
Captain Chaffee. The Egotistical Account of an Enjoyable War. n.p., 1951.
Pyle, Ernie. Brave Men. New York: Henry Holt, 1944.
Barr, Lionel. Army Life. Honolulu, 1913.
U.S. Military Academy, West Point. 156th Year. Catalogue, 1957-58.
Howard, James M. The Autobiography of a Regiment: a History of the 304th Artillery in the World War. New York, 1920.
Willkie, Wendell L. One World. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1943.
Simpson, Walter M. Brucellosis. (reprint) Hagestown, Maryland: W.F. Prior, 1952.
Herzog, Stanley J. Helmets, Second Battle of the Marne. Illustrated, 1930.
McKenna, Fred A. ed. Battery A, 103rd Field Artillery in France. Illustrated.
Bank statements. various banks, n.d.
Four diaries--1934-39, 1940-43, 1944-49, 1950-53.
Crawford, Captain Jack. Whar' the Hand o' God is Seen, and Other Poems. New York: Lyceum Publishing Company, 1913.
Not Guilty; Report of Commission of Inquiry into the Charges Made Against Leon Trotsky in the Moscow trials. John Dewey, chairman. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1938. Paperback.
Ding, J.N. Acex & Kings, War Cartoons from the Des Moines Register. Book #6.
Miscellaneous clippings, photos, etc.
2 folders of articles, clippings, correspondence relating to the BEF.
Copies of editorials, etc. by P.D.G.
Trotsky--P.D.G.'s interview with Trotsky--August 1938. An American Warrior Looks at Trotsky.
Boy's Club of America.
West Point society of America.
1938 Mexico The Mexican Dilemma by P.D.G. 1st draft, August 31, 1938.
President for a day by P.D.G. 1 letter from Reader's Digest. May 1955.
Shame on us DriversJuly 1955.
Expressions of personal opinion. Letters to editors of various magazines, to Governor Warren, etc.
Nation, August 17, 1932.
Excerpts from Collier's, October 29, 1932.
Script, June 1948.
Letter to Mr. Hoover re article in May 24 Collier's on Bonus army.
Picture frame with U.S. Military Academy emblem and class of 1904 in it.
2 ribbons for 14th annual (1949) Festival of Arts, Laguna Beach, California.
Official register of the officers and cadets of the U.S. Military Academy. June 1900.
Furlough songs, 1904.
Furlough book, U.S. Military Academy, 1914.
Christmas dinner menu from Battery B, 1st field artillery. Hawaii, 1914.
The Island Lantern, vol.6. August 1929. U.S. Penitentiary, Washington, D.C.
Harper's magazine, November 1932. Glassford and the B.E.F.
The Plane Shooter. U.S. Navy, Armed Guard School. ca. late 1940s.
Blount, B. Boyd. Eyes-Light. A Bobbee Book. New York, 1941.
One oversize envelope--cartoon clippings.
One photo album.
One envelope--color advertising clippings.
General Glassford--Personal file, 1933.
Saumur article: Pupil of the French. Our Field Artillery School in France.
A new policy for military prepardness. Related correspondence about article, also typed copies of poems on military life by Private Jones.
P.D.G for Congress-press clippings, 1936.
Personal biography materials. Clippings, etc.
Military service after the war--clippings and correspondence.
World War I--correspondence, etc., re P.D.G's appointments, activities, awards during war.
Camp America. Typescripts of articles on training camps for the unemployed.
Practicle patriotism Also correspondence relating to its publication in August 1936 issue of Foreign Service.
The Scourge of War. 1934. Also related correspondence.
The Southwest--articles: Barbarity of Arizona. 1940.
“Social Aspects of our Agricultural Strikes”. 1936.
“Notes About the West”. November 1933.
Two proposed editorials by P.D.G. Sent to editor of Veterans' Army News, 1941.
Why Fight Japan. 1933. Submitted to Collier's, not printed.
Patriotic Address. Flag day program, 1936. Included is an article on national defense. November 1945.
Copies of speeches made in Arizona. 1930's.
Orange County Chamber of Commerce. 1953-56.
MacArthur and the Bonus Army. May 1948.
Better men for Government. Phoenix, Arizona. September 1936
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Correspondence re army efficiency. 1936.
Police incompetency in labor disturbances. September 1938.
My Sympathy With the Cop.
Crime gambles and wins.
Personnel of the army war college, 1924-25. Same: 1926-27.
Fort Riley football team: 1904-07. Photograph.
Fort Riley: 1904-07.
Bonus Army Materials
1. Handling of special groups.
2. Report on bonus expeditionary force emergency camp. August 10, 1932.
1. letter from Pelham D. Glassford to Robert W. Bruere, October 29, 1932. and letter from Bruere to Glassford, October 25, 1932. Article.
3. Opportunity to become Chief of the Metropolitan Police Force in Washington.
4. Penciled note. Local ordinances.
5. Day I took over the command of the Washington police force, Letter from Mathew F. Boyd to Glassford.
6. Policing of a Metropolitan area.
7. Unemployed Veteran.
8. Letter from Thomas M Garth regarding registration list, October 29, 1932.
9. The Fighting Vet, vol.1, no.2. October 15, 1932.
10. Outline of book.
11. Poster for Glassford's articles in the Washington Herald.
1. Proposed project for ameliorating existing conditions of the hungry, destitute and unemployed. November 19, 1932.
2. Letter to M.F. Boyd. January 13, 1933.
3. Tentative list of articles. June 15, 1933.
4. Training camps for the unemployed. no.1.
5. Training camps for the unemployed. no.2.
6. Training camps for the unemployed. no.2-A. no.3.
7. Destitute conditions in an industrial city. no.3.
8. Housing difficulties of an industrial city. no.4.
9. Lack of real knowledge and sympathy for poverty and distress. no.5.
10. Subjects covered.
11. Relief article.
12. Nesessity for a national movement for the early establishment of community camps.
13. Miscellaneous notes.
14. Subjects covered.
15. An experiment is being made by Miss Gardner of the Children's Bureau.
16. Clay Naff. Newspaper articles.
17. Widow Faces Loss of Home. San Francisco News. July 15, 1933.
18. Sweeping Changes Made By Roosevelt's New Deal. Phoenix Gazette. June 13, 1933.
19. There's no escaping taxes.
20. The Listening Post by Carlisle Bargeron. Herald. May 24, 1933.
21. U.S. Organizes Camp for Jobless Women. Denver Post. June 2, 1933.
22. President Asks Congress for Power Over Oil. Denver Post. June 2, 1933.
23. Public Work Plan Provides No Job for White-Collar Man. Denver Post.
24. Pity the Policeman! Phoenix Gazette. October 26, 1934.
25. Descration of Flag Disgraceful Spectacle.
26. E.A. O'Neal gives talk at fair grounds. October 22.
27. Field for Veterans. New York Sun. September 24.
28. End Poverty in California. Los Angeles Examiner. November 2, 1933.
29. Giving the President control over banks. March 9, 1933.
30. Labor Board Meets on Recovery. Herald. January 23.
31. Public Work Plan to Benefit Only Part of Jobless. By Walden E Sweet.
32. Costigan Gets But Few Jobs for Democrats. Denver Post. June 2, 1933.
33. Letter to John Chamberlain from Glassford. January 25, 1952.
34. Letter to Freeman Magazine from Glassford. December 2, 1951.
35. Demoncrats hid heroic role of General MacArthur. July 12, 1951.
36. Letter from John Chamberlain to Glassford. December 10, 1951.
37. The Freeman. October 22, 1951.
38. Reader's Digest. Story of a smear. December 1951.
39. Bonus Riot of 1932 Back in News. Washington Post. July 22, 1951.
40. The B.E.F. News. Man of the Hour. July 23, 1932.
1. Be a Homecrofter! Zanesville Signal. June 2, 1932.
2. Acreage for jobless veterans. June 18, 1932.
3. Pioneer in New Farming. The Homecroft Advocate. (2).
4. Circulars. (4) Suggestions to homesteaders. Soldiers and sailors' homestead and preference rights. Stock raising homestead act of December 29, 1916. Vacant public lands on July 1, 1931.
5. Debts and Taxes, by Calvin Coolidge. Reprint from Saturday Evening Post. 1932.
6. Job loan plan outlined. Letter from Olice Hartley to Glassford and a copy of ASA Bulletin. March 1931. no.59.
7. Memorandum from Glassford. June 15, 1932.
8. A bill in the Senate. May 11, 1920. S. 4372.
9. Key men of America. Letter and report. June 25, 1932.
10. John J Eastman. Youngstown Post. July 1, 1932. Eastman Magazine. Born June 6, 1932.
11. Jobless Families Pioneer on Farms. Sunday Star. July 3, 1932.
12. Letter to Glassford from Major William Halliday Kyle. June 17, 1932.
13. Create Your Own Job. Detroit News. May 29, 1932.
14. A Working Army. An address by James A.B. Scherer. September 20, 1915.
16. Memorandum from Glassford. re the soldier's bonus.
15. Memorandum. June 14, 1932. Make the bonus--bring the country--back to prosperity.
Collier's. October 29, 1932. General Glassford's Story. An interview by Owen P. White.
Letter to Glassford. May 25, 1932 (Exhibit no.1.).
Letters of thanks and important commendations.
1. 2 letters: Joseph B. Hansen to William C. Adams, August 8, 1932, and Glassford to Adams, August 3, 1932.
2. 2 letters: Glassford to Viola Bacon, August 10, 1932, and Bacon to Glassford, August 4, 1932.
3. Letter and reply: Glassford and C.F. Risk.
4. 2 letters: Hansen to Coucher and C.A. Coucher to Glassford.
5. 2 letters: Hansen to W.F. Beck and Beck to Glassford.
6. 2 letters: Hansen to W.P. Adams and Adams to Glassford.
7. 2 letters and a clipping: Hansen to J.M. Lehr and Lehr to Glassford.
8. Letter and reply: Glassford and M.W. Leonard.
9. Letter and reply: Glassford and J.W. Wimer.
10. Letter and reply: Glassford and Henderson.
11. Letter to Glassford from James E. Hart.
12. Letter and reply: Glassford and L.S. Dennis.
13. Letter and reply: Glassford and S.F. Stout.
14. Letter and reply: Glassford and James A. Heverin.
15. Letter and reply: Glassford and A.R. Montgomery, Commander.
16. Letter and reply: Glassford and C.V. Kelly.
17. Letter and reply: Glassford and H.L. Wert.
18. Letter and reply: Glassford and M.B. Estes.
19. Letter: Hansen to J.E. Cook, Commander.
20. Letter: Glassford from H.J. Bryson.
22. Telegram: Ex-service men of Maury County, Tennessee.
23. Telegram: Gus Furdon.
24. Letter: G.W. Holcombe to Glassford.
25. Letter and reply: Glassford and A.H. Fensterer.
26. Letter and reply: Glassford and P. Boblin.
27. Letter and clipping. Glassford and Harry Murray.
28. Letter: from H.E. Gasch.
29. Letter: from J.P. Tumulty.
30. Letter and reply: Glassford and G.O. Gillingham.
31. Memorandum: September 13, 1932.
32. Letter: Hansen to L.P. Moore.
33. Letter and reply, membership card, mimeograph sheet: Glassford and R.L. Innes.
34. Letter: Glassford from Martha Parks.
35. Letter: Glassford from F.G. Somers.
36. Telegram: Glassford from Lt. Weber.
37. Letter: Glassford from J.D. Williamson.
38. Letter and reply: Glassford and W.J.B. Giles.
39. Letter and reply: Glassford and A.F. Bentley.
40. Letter and reply: Glassford and F.A. Churchill.
41. Letter: Glassford from Ensign F.A. Mulcahy.
42. Letter: Glassford from E.D. O'Sullivan.
43. Letter and reply: Glassford and W.A. Croffet.
44. Letter and reply: Glassford and W.H. Reeves.
45. Letter and reply: Glassford and E.H. Crill.
46. Letter and reply: Glassford and F.M. Walter.
47. Letter and reply and 2 clippings: Glassford and T.M. Grimes.
48. Letter and reply: Glassford and P. Harris.
49. Letter and reply: Glassford and J.W. Searles.
50. Letter, reply, and poem: Glassford and J.B. Reeves.
51. Letter and reply: Glassford and W.B. Whipp.
52. Letter and reply: Glassford and H.B. Vincent.
53. Letter and reply: Glassford and H.B. Vincent.
54. Letter and reply: Glassford and H.B. Foulkrod.
55. Letter and reply: Glassford and M.H. Worrell. Pamphlet.
56. Letter: Glassford from J.C. Hamilton.
57. Postcard and reply: Glassford and R.W. Hambrook.
58. Letter: Glassford from K.C. Green.
59. Resolution: Glassford and R.J. Cottrell.
60. Letter and reply: Glassford and M.S. Sheehy.
61. Letter and reply: Glassford and C.B. Slemp.
62. 2 Letters and reply: Glassford and C. Sard and W. LaRoe.
63. Letter: Glassford from H.A. Seay.
64. 2 letters: H Newsom to H.B. Crosby, Glassford from E.H. Young.
1. Memorandum: Glassford--September 13, 1932.
2. Hold for release.
3. Letter and reply: Glassford and M.M. Watson.
Regarding General Mitchell.
1. Telegram: Glassford from G. Pinchot.
2. Letter and reply: Glassford and E. McLoskey;.
3. Letter: from Duhig.
4. Letter: from Blankenship.
5. Letter: from Leiberger.
6. Letter: from Hilker, Williams. Wynn, Stapleton, and Ochs.
7. Letter and resolution: from Kujawski.
8. Letter and reply: Glassford and Blankenship. Clipping and resolution.
9. Letter: from G.W. Daly.
10. 2 letters: from G. Savaid and W.D. Mitchell.
11. Telegram: from J.J. Mandracchia.
12. Letter and reply. Glassford and C. Zavadil.
13. Letter: from E.J. Correll.
14. Letter and reply: E.T. Atwell.
15. Letter: from Louis B. Hofmann.
16. 2 letters: from R.F. Lightner and Trees-Carlisle Post no.166.
17. Letter: from W.B. Hally.
18. Letter--Resolution: H.F. Hiltner.
19. Letter and resolution: C.L. De Peu.
20. Letter and resolution: G.J. Rosenberg and H.S. Drezner.
22. Letter: from Scheibner.
21. Letter: from A.M. Tigaden.
23. Telegram: Hartman, Somerville, and Barron.
24. Telegram: Heitz, Burka, and Schmidt.
25. Telegram: Coplin.
26. 5 letters: Glassford and J.F. Duggar.
27. Letter and reply: E.C. Bickford.
28. Letter: G.H. Rossmann.
29. 2 letters: Glassford from C. Richardson and President Hoover from Richardson.
30. Letter: G.A. Hoehn.
31. Letter: M. Walker.
32. Letter, reply, and programme. J. Konechy.
33. Letter and reply: S.D. Zlotnick.
34. Letter and reply: R.J. Clincy.
35. Telegram: G. Pinchot.
36. Letter, reply, and 2 pamphlets: F. Hoskins.
37. Telegram: F. Gibbons.
38. Letter: P. Harris.
39. Letter: J.C. Connelly.
40. Letter: W.F. McCaleb.
41. 3 letters and clipping: F.S.E. Smith, South Dakota Legionaires, T.F. Weiss T. Weiss, F.S. Easby-Smith.
42. Letter: A.G. Snyder.
43. Letter: J.E. Wolford.
44. Letter: R. Markey.
45. Letter: G.T. Philip.
46. Letter: M.A. Fair.
47. Letter: M.A. Goman.
48. Letter: E. Masters.
49. Letter: A. Wiertz.
50. Letter: A.R. Lord.
51. Letter and reply: H. Smith.
52. Letter and replu: M.M. Loun.
53. Letter and reply: E. Steyeberg.
54. Letter and reply: E. White.
55. Letter and reply: L.D. Roe.
56. Letter, reply and article: G.E. Hanes.
57. Letter and reply: C.J. Getchell.
58. Letter and reply: C Strand.
59. Letter: B. Conroy.
60. Letter: L.S. Minckler.
61. Letter and reply: I.L. Reeves.
62. Letter and reply: F. Moore.
63. Letter and reply: C Reid.
64. Letter and reply: W.E. Ryan.
65. Letter and reply: J.E. Landers.
66. Letter and poem: J. O'Brian.
67. Letter: C.R.
68. Letter and clipping: unsigned.
69. Letter: R.W. Welsh.
70. Letter: A.D. Shepard.
71. Letter: T.T. Schafer.
72. Letter: A.E.
73. Letter and reply: E.W. Whitehorne.
74. Telegram: Battery E. 103rd U.S.F.A. Veterans.
75. Letter: C.C. Cole.
76. Letter: E.P. Jekcoyer.
77. News release: American Civil Liberties Union. September 14, 1932.
78. Letter and reply: J.B. Hansen and N.F. Coates.
79. Letter and reply: N.G. Gills.
1. Telephone message: Congressman Erk, August 13, 1932.
2. Letter and reply: Honorable M.T. Norton.
3. Telegram and reply: J. Kvale.
4. Letter and reply: Honorable J.W. McCormack.
5. Letter and reply: Honorable W.G. Andrews.
6. Letter and reply: Honorable A. Capper.
7. Letter: J.G. Cooper.
1. Pictures numbered 1-7.
8. Envelope containing pictures numbered 8-30.
1. Memorandum and letter: Statement of Wellesley M. Sheard.
2. Statement of E.C. Payne, October 13, 1932.
3. Letter and 3 copies: Statement of Commander J.W. Wilford.
4. Penciled note and statement to the press: R.B. Ellison.
5. Statement and copy of Charles F. Mugge.
6. Statement of Wellesley M. Sheard.
1. Interview at district jail, August 18, by Glassford and N.D. Golden.
2. Record of crimes, and copy.
1. Memorandum: Glassford--chief of Finance.
2. Memorandum and invoice: Finance office. Discontinuance of allotment.
3. 2 letters: A.J. Maxwell and J.R. McCarl.
4. Letter and receipt: Office of Army Mutual Aid Association; R.D. LaGarde.
5. Receipt for taxes.
6. Cancelled check: Rosenkrans, April 12, 1932.
7. Receipt for dues: Policemen's Assn., July 1, 1932.
8. Receipt: The Raleigh, July 30, 1932.
9. Receipt: The Washington Times Company, July 25, 1932.
10. Letter: Hansen and Batchelder.
11. Letter: C.C. Smith.
12. Letter of thanks: Bank of Commerce and Savings, June 27, 1932.
13. Letter: Glassford to the Auditor, D.C.
14. Receipt: Washington Daily News, April 30, 1932-July 16, 1932.
15. Clipping: Glassford Granted Right to Draw Pay.
16. Receipt: Don Zelaya.
17. Memorandum and letter: Glassford - Board of Commissioners and J.R. McCarl.
18. Letter: L.M. Carey.
20. Letter, reply and clipping: C.E. Hunter.
21. Insured service invoice, August 26, 1932.
22. Letter: Statement of account, Captain James J. Coy - W.H. Heriff.
23. Blank checks: Washington Loan and Trust Company.
1. Grace Abbott named with General Glassford in Nation award.
2. Clipping: Washington observations, by F.W. Wile.
3. Letter: The Nation, December 22, 1932.
4. Letter: W.A. Glassford.
5. Letter: J. Asher.
6. Clippings: Glassford entitled to praise for work and answers critics of the Bonus Marchers.
7. Letter: A.S. Beane.
8. Clipping: The Glassford they remember. Providence Journal, August 7, 1932.
3. Hoover's Address--Accepting the nomination.
1. Letter: J. Borden Harriman, May 24, 1933.
2. Pamphlet: Hoover finally speaks! by E. St. John Greble.
3. 2 pamphlets; address of President Hoover, August 11, 1932.
4. Newspaper men.
1. Clipping and list of signatures, September 17, 1932.
2. Clipping: Unwise Hectoring. Times, June 6, 1932.
3. Clipping: Bonus or Jobs. by Eleanor Patterson.
4. Editorial: Fourth Estate. September 24, 1932.
5. Clipping: Mr. Mulrooney Reports Progress.
6. Clipping: Capital Reporters Honor Glassford. Fourth Estate, September 24, 1932.
7. Clipping: Washington Daily News, January 28, 1933.
5. B.E.F. News.
1. B.E.F. News. November 5, 1932.
2. B.E.F.-- Camp Hushka News. vol.1, no.2.
3. B.E.F. News. August 6, 1932.
4. B.E.F. News. June 25, 1932.
5. B.E.F. News. July 2, 1932.
6. B.E.F. News. July 2, 1932.
7. B.E.F. News. July 2, 1932.
8. B.E.F. News. November 5, 1932.
9. General Goober at the Battle of Anacostia. A play in two acts. Amos Pinchot.
10. Veterans Close Ranks. Workers Ex-Servicemen's League. no.1.
11. The Washington Police Post. November 10, 1931.
12. B.E.F. News. July 23, 1932. vol.1, no.5.
13. B.E.F. News. September 3, 1932. vol.1, no.12.
B.E.F., Personal, General Glassford.
B.E.F. Contributions--Contributions Acknowledged.
B.E.F.--Commendations and Suggestions.
Envelope: Heroes All and William Glassford, U.S. Navy.
Editorials--Out of Town Papers.
Emergency, June 2.
Evictions, Orders Leading to.
Eviction--Statements and Evidence.
Eviction--Reply to General Mitchell.
Eviction--Use of Troops.
Bonus Marchers, June 2, 1932.
Bonus Marchers, June, 1932.
Bonus Marchers, May, 1932.
Veterans' Bonus March, June 1932.
Glassford named secretary and treasurer to Bonus Seekers, May 28, 1932.
Floyd Gibbons' Story on B.E.F. Evacuation.
Bonus Marchers, June, 1932.
Bonus Marchers, June, 1932.
Bonus Marchers Deny Red Backing, Washington Post. June 3, 1932.
Character of B.E.F.
Clippings and articles on P.D.G.
Harper's, November 1932. Also 11 issues of Washington Herald.
Bonus Marchers--Shelter for mixed item numbers.
Letters of Commendation--Unimportant.
Letters of Commendation--unimportant, continued.
Resignation Regrets, continued.
B.E.F.--Contributions Acknowledged, continued.
Receipts of Paid Bills.
Imperial Valley Labor Disputes
News stories, press clippings and ACLU correspondence.
Reports, press releases and statements of P.D.G.
Typed copies of news stories, 1935.
P.D.G's appointment and reception by Imperial Valley--news clippings.
News stories re P.D.G's investigations of labor discontent.
Clippings fron the Imperial Valley Press.
Miscellaneous press clippings from papers outside the Imperial Valley.
Editorials: Imperial Valley papers.
Clippings of ACLU statements, activities, etc.
ACLU correspondence with P.D.G, clippings, printed material.
P.D.G's departure and reports--clippings.
Miscellaneous printed items--2
Reprint from Epworth Herald, March 3, 1934.
Article from Collier's, September 26, 1936.
Reports, hearings, and union materials.
Taylor, Paul S. Mexican Labor in the United States Imperial Valley. University of California Press, publications in economics, 1928.
International labor defense, report. April 12, 1934.
Hearings before National Labor Board, Los Angeles Regional Labor Board. January 1934.
Hearings before National Labor Board, Los Angeles Regional Labor Board. January 1934.
Copy of testimony given before P.D.G and investigating committee by members representing CAWIU, April 8, 1934.
National Labor Board Report. State Committee Report.
Asociacion Mexicana (Joaquin Terrazas--Consul of Mexico).
Cannery and Agricultural Workers Industrial Union.
Shippers and Growers Association. correspondence, reports, etc.
Vegetable Packers Association--Resolution and letter to P.D.G.
Complaints made to P.D.G and correspondence with John R. Lester.
Correspondence and final report
Washington correspondence re Glassford's appointment as special conciliator, March-April 1934.
P.D.G's correspondence with Washington, March-July, 1934.
Simon Lubin, chief, Bureau of Commerce, State of California. correspondence and speeches, March-April 1934.
U.S. Department of Labor, local and state representatives.
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Correspondence with various state and local governmental departments.
Correspondence, etc., re investigation of assault on Ernest Besig--ACLU attorney.
Miscellaneous and unsorted correspondence.
Official report--and correspondence relating to report itself.
U.S. Senate subcommittee, (Civil Liberties Committee) Investigation, 1939-40.
Scope and Content Note
California Indigents by P.D.G with R.H. Johnson. 1938.
1. Photographs and drawings.
2. Commissions, diplomas, degrees. (Rolled).
3. Commissions and awards of merit. (Metal cylinder).