Register of the Hugh Gibson Papers, 1900-1957

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Register of the Hugh Gibson Papers, 1900-1957

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
Processed by:
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Date Completed:
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© 1998 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Hugh Gibson Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1900-1957
Collection number: 56000
Creator: Gibson, Hugh, 1883-1954
Collection Size: 126 manuscript boxes, 26 oversize boxes, 22 envelopes, 1 phonorecord, memorabilia (90 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Diaries, writings, correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, photographs, and printed matter, relating to American foreign relations, international disarmament, the League of Nations, and relief work in Europe during World Wars I and II. Diaries also available on microfilm. Food mission diaries of 1946 and 1947 also available at http://www.hoover.org/library-archives/collections/food-mission-diaries-hugh-gibson-1946-and-1947 .
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.
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Alternative Form of Materials Available

The diaries written as Gibson accompanied Herbert Hoover on his food mission around the world in 1946 and 1947 (diaries dated March 17 - June 19, 1946 and February 2-22, 1947) are digitized and available on the Hoover Institution Archives website at http://www.hoover.org/library-archives/collections/food-mission-diaries-hugh-gibson-1946-and-1947 .

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Hugh Gibson papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1956.

Accruals

Materials may have been added to the collection since this finding aid was prepared. To determine if this has occurred, find the collection in Stanford University's online catalog at http://searchworks.stanford.edu/ . Materials have been added to the collection if the number of boxes listed in the online catalog is larger than the number of boxes listed in this finding aid.

Access Points

League of Nations.
Disarmament.
International relief.
World War, 1914-1918.
World War, 1914-1918--Civilian relief.
World War, 1939-1945.
World War, 1939-1945--Civilian relief.
Belgium.
Belgium--Foreign relations--United States.
Brazil.
Brazil--Foreign relations--United States.
Poland.
Poland--Foreign relations--United States.
Switzerland.
Switzerland--Foreign relations--United States.
United States--Foreign relations.
United States--Foreign relations--Belgium.
United States--Foreign relations--Brazil.
United States--Foreign relations--Poland.
United States--Foreign relations--Switzerland.
Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
Diplomats--United States.

Biographical Note

1883 August 16 Born, Los Angeles, California

Attended Los Angeles Military Academy

Attended Pomona College
1907 Graduated, Ecole Libre des Sciences Politiques, Paris
1908 Took the Diplomatic Service Examination
1908-1909 Secretary, American Legation, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
1909-1910 Second Secretary, American Embassy, London
1910 Private secretary to the Assistant Secretary of State, Washington
1911 Clerk, Department of State, Washington
1911-1913 Secretary, American Legation, Havana, Cuba
1913 Observer, elections for Constituent Assembly of Santo Domingo
1914-1916 Secretary, American Legation, Brussels

Liaison between Herbert Hoover and the Belgian Government for the Commission for Relief in Belgium
1916 First Secretary, American Embassy, London
1917 Assigned to State Department -War Missions

Author, A Journal from Our Legation in Belgium

Aide to Lord Balfour, British Minister of Foreign Affairs, during visit to the U.S

Attached to Belgian War Mission during visit to the U.S.
1918 First Secretary, American Embassy, Paris

Advisor to General Pershing
1918-1919 Member, Interallied Mission to Countries of former Austro-Hungarian Empire
1919-1924 Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Poland (Warsaw)
1922 Married Ynes Reyntiens, Brussels
1924 Attended Temporary Mixed Commission for the Reduction of Armaments, League of Nations, Geneva

Maintained as Ambassador-at-Large, League of Nations
1924-1927 Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Switzerland (Bern)
1925 Vice-Chairman, American Delegation, Arms Traffic Conference, Geneva
1926-1930 Chairman, American Delegation, Preparatory Commission for the Disarmament Conference, Geneva
1927 Delegate, Conference on Private Manufacture of Arms, Geneva

Chairman of American delegation and conference, Conference for the Further Limitation of Naval Armaments (also called Tripartite Naval Conference or the Three Power Conference), Geneva
1927-1933 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Belgium and Envoy Extraordinary Minister Plenipotentiary to Luxemburg (Brussels)
1928 Doctor of Diplomacy and Political Science, Universite Catholique de Louvain
1929 Birth of son Michael Francis, Brussels
1930 Delegate, London Naval Conference

Doctor of Law, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
1931 Doctor of Law, Yale University

Observer, Conference of Experts for a Moratorium on Intergovernmental Debts (also called the London Conference or the International Conference of Ministers), London
1932-1933 Acting Chairman, American Delegation, General Disarmament Conference, Geneva
1933-1937 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Brazil (Rio de Janeiro)
1935 American Representative, Mediatory Group to end the Chaco War between Bolivia and Paraguay Delegate, Chaco Peace Conference, Buenos Aires
1937 Author, Rio
1937-1938 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Belgium and Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Luxemburg (Brussels)
1938 Retired from foreign service
1939 Author, Belgium: The Country and Its People

Vice-President, Belgian American Educational Foundation

Chairman, A.R.A. Association
1940 Escaped from France during German occupation

European representative for the National Committee on Food for Small Democracies
1940-1941 Director General for Europe of the Commission for Polish Relief and the Commission for Relief in Belgium
1942 Author, The Problems of Lasting Peace (with Herbert Hoover)
1944 Author, The Road to Foreign Policy
1945 Author, The Basis of Lasting Peace (with Herbert Hoover)
1946-1947 Member, Herbert Hoover Food Mission (Herbert Hoover, Chairman)
1947 Member, Investigatory Committee for postwar German economic policies
1950 Death of Ynes R. Gibson
1952 Director, Provisional Intergovernmental Commission on Movements of Migrants from Europe (ICEM)
1954 December 12 Death of Hugh Simons Gibson, Geneva

Container List

Box: 1-9

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1911-1955

Scope and Content Note

Bank statements, bills, clippings, identification cards and laissez-passers, insurance policies, legal papers, military record, tax forms, arranged alphabetically by subject
Box 1

Accounts

 

Disallowed through loss of exchange, while Minister to Poland - Correspondence re relief bill, 1922-1930

 

For the Committee on Public Information, 1918

 

With Macy's

 

With the State Department, including salary statements and per diem allowances

 

1911-1914

 

1921-1927

 

1932-1942

 

With various banks

 

Banque H. Lambert, 1934-1935

 

Banque Populaire Suisse, 1926

 

Banque St. Phalle, 1929

 

Credit Suisse, 1926-1927

 

Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, 1918

 

Guarantee Trust Company of New York, 1924-1933

Physical Description: 3 folders)
Box 2

National City Bank of New York

 

1922-1933

 

1933-1936

 

1953

 

National Metropolitan Bank, 1924-1926

 

Security - First National Bank of Los Angeles, 1933-1936

 

Societe Generale de Belgique, 1923-1934

 

Union de Banques Suisses, 1926

 

Articles and press clippings on Hugh Gibson (hereafter H.G.)

 

Attorneys (Chapman and Chapman, Los Angeles)

 

1930-1933

 

1934-1937

Box 3

Autograph requests

 

Automobiles

 

General

 

Bills (gas, repairs, etc.)

 

Insurance

 

General

 

Cadillac Limousine

 

Cadillac Toledo

 

Packard

 

Permits, driver's licenses, etc.

 

Bills

 

Paid, 1923-1933

Box 4

Paid, 1923-1933

 

Unpaid, 1924-1927

 

Biographical data

 

Bonds, stocks

 

Books, magazines

 

Cards (entry, identity, membership, visiting)

 

Clothing

 

Clubs

Box 5

Death

 

Condolances

 

Notices and obituaries

Physical Description: 3 folders)
 

Tributes - Bohemian After Glow Party, New York, October 30, 1955

 

Fishing, hunting

 

Friends - List of names and addresses

 

Guns

 

Health. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Bourgeois, Maurice and Ferrero, Constantin

 

Home furnishing

Box 6

Homes

 

General

 

In Geneva

 

Honorary membership in the Patriotic Order Sons of America, 1951

 

Hotels

 

1922-1929

 

1930-1935

 

Insurance

 

Invitations

 

Laissez-passers

Box 7

Laissez-passers

Physical Description: 2 folders)
 

Letters of introduction sent to, or written by, H.G.

 

Letters of introduction and recommendation for H.G. himself, written by Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1918-1919

 

Letter of appreciation for H.G.'s cooperation written by Henry L. Stimson, 1933

 

Miscellaneous

 

Passports

Box 8

Pets. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Jacquet, Mr.; Lister, Winifred H. and Picton, Harry

 

Poster collection

 

Retirement from foreign service, 1938

 

Servants

 

Speaking engagements

 

Taxes

 

Telegram account

Box 9

Travel

Physical Description: 2 folders)
 

U.S. Army - Officers' Reserve Corps

 

Wedding

 

General

 

Congratulations sent to Hugh and Ynes

 

Will

 

Wine cellar

Box: 10-67

CORRESPONDENCE, 1902-1954

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent
Box 10

Unidentified

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified correspondents probably include Walter Lippman, Maurice Pate, Maude Simonson, Lewis Strauss, "Jimmy" James Dunn, Gilchrist Stockton, Robert E. Tod, Charles de Kerchore, Peter Keena, and Anthony Lyell. Specific notes available in folder
 

General

 

A-F

Box 11

G-N

Box 12

O-Z

Box 13

A.R.A. Association, N.Y., 1925-1933

 

Aaroe, B., 1952

 

Abele, Clarence A., Capt., 1919-1927

 

Abingdon, Lady, n.d.

 

Academie Diplomatique Internationale, Paris, 1932

 

Academy of Political Science, N.Y., 1930-1932

 

Achenbach, Frederick, 1926

 

Achilles, Theodore C., 1954

 

Ackerman, Carl, 1921

 

Ackerman, Ernest R., 1929

 

Adamovicz, Dominik, 1922

 

Adams, C. Stacy, 1931

 

Adams, E. D., 1920-1929. See also Hoover War Library

 

Adatci, M., 1928-1929

 

Addams, Jane, 1926

 

Addinson, Thomas, 1922

 

Adee, Alvey Augustus, 1920

 

Adler, Cyrus, 1920

 

The Aeroplane, London, 1933

 

Affairs, W.,D.C., 1930

 

Agence Belge Des Grandes Editions, Brussels, 1928-1929

 

Aghnides, A., 1931

 

Aguiera, Francisco Gutierrez, 1928

 

Ahlefeldt, P., 1931

 

Akeley, Mary L. Jobe (Mrs. Carl), 1928-1929

 

Akerson, George, 1927-1929

 

Alba, Duke of, 1927

 

Albin, Pierre, 1919

 

Aldrich, Mr., 1942

 

Algara de Terreros, Angel, 1952-1954

 

Allard, Josse, Baroness, n.d.

 

Allen, Frederick H., 1924-1929

 

Allen, Henry T., Maj. Gen., 1921

 

Allen, Jay, 1927-1932

 

Alles, Fred L., 1929

 

Almeida, Oscar, 1934

 

Ambrose, William H., 1924

 

American Ambassador, Brussels, n.d.

 

American Association for International Conciliation, N.Y., 1924

 

American Chamber of Commerce, London, 1930

 

American Club of Antwerp, 1930-1933

 

American Club of Brussels, 1931

 

American Committee to Aid the University of Nymegen (Holland), N.Y., 1949

 

American Council on NATO, N.Y., 1953

 

American Embassy, Brussels, 1924-1927

 

American Female Guardian Society, N.Y., 1930

 

American Foundation, N.Y., 1930

 

American Friends Service Committee, Philadelphia, 1929-1930

 

American Legation, Athens, n.d.

 

American Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the U.S., N.Y., 1920

 

American Red Cross, W.,D.C., 1924

 

American Relief Administration, N.Y., 1920-1924

 

Amory, Copley, Jr., 1922

 

Anckarsvard, Charles, 1930

 

Andersen, Ibart(?), Jr., 1920

 

Anderson, Chandler P., 1918

 

Anderson, Eleanor Garnett W., 1924

 

Anderson, Larz, 1931

 

Anderson, P. A., 1931

 

Andres, E., 1926

 

Andrews, Adolphus, 1927

 

Andrews, Arthur J., 1920

 

Andrews, Philip, Adm., 1923-1924

 

Andrews, William Whiting, 1918-1924

 

Annuaire du corps diplomatique et consulaire, Geneva, 1930

 

Ansembourg, Gaston d', 1930

 

Anstey, R. W., 1923

 

Arct, Stanislaw, 1923-1931

 

Argus Pressclipping Service, N.Y., 1925-1926

 

Armee du Salut, Brussels, 1932

 

Armour, Allison V., 1931

 

Armour, Norman, 1924-1953. See also DISARMAMENT CONFERENCES, Preparatory Commission, Second Part and General Disarmament Conference

 

Armstrong, Hamilton Fish, 1924-1928

 

Army and Navy Co-operative Society, Ltd., London, 1929-1930

 

The Arnett Athenaeum, Oklahoma City, 1932

 

Arnold, Marion, 1927

 

Arnott, Noel, 1927

 

Arrowsmith, H. W., 1928-1929

Box 14

Ashley, James A., 1927

 

Askenazy, Szymon, 1919-1921

 

Assche, Marquis d', 1919-1929

 

Association Suisse pour la Societe des Nations, (E. Bovet), Lausanne, 1924-1925

 

Astor, J. J., Maj., 1930

 

Atherton, Ray, 1927-1933

 

Atkinson, Henry A. (The Church Peace Union, N.Y.), 1921

 

Atwood, William G., 1924

 

Aubert, Theodore (Entente Internationale contre la IIIe Internationale, Geneva), 1932

 

Auchincloss, Charles C., 1952

 

Auchincloss, Gordon, 1919-1920

 

Auckarsvard, Charles d', 1924

 

Auckenthaler, Dr., 1925

 

Backus, E. Burdette, Rev., 1931

 

Baels, Mr., 1927

 

Baetens, Fernand, 1930

 

Bailey, James G., 1923

 

Bailey, Walter C., 1920

 

Baillet-Latour, Guy, Count, and Countess Elisalex (Liz) de, 1929-1933

 

Baker, Fred, 1922

 

Baker, George Barr, 1919-1929

 

Baker, Josephine (Mrs. James Blair), 1930

 

Baker, Newton D., 1925

 

Baker, Philip Noel, 1926-1932

 

Baker, Thomas S. See Merle-Smith, Van S., Sept. 18, 1920

 

Baldwin, Elbert F., 1920-1927

 

Baldwin, Frederick W., 1925-1926

 

Baldwin, Mary A., n.d.

 

Baldwin, Philip S., 1920-1933. See also DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Poland, Relief Work, Correspondence

 

Ballairs, Roger M., Capt., 1930

 

Ballenbergh, Leigh, 1922

 

Bannerman, R. C., 1929

 

Barber, A. B., Col., 1921

 

Barker, Lew Ellis F., 1924-1932

 

Barlow, Walter Jarvus, 1922

 

Barnes, Howard R., 1923

 

Barnes, Julius H., 1924-1926

 

Barnes, Robert L., 1924

 

Barneville, M. F. de, 1927-1931

 

Barni, Margaret, 1929

 

Barnum, Mary G. (Mrs. O. Shepard), 1928-1929

 

Barrows, Albert L., 1920

 

Barrows, David Prescott, 1920-1924

 

Bartels, Cynthia J., 1931

 

Bartels, Earl G., 1921-1931

 

Barton, Alex, n.d.

 

Baruch, Bernard M., 1927

 

Bates, Marie Alice, 1925

 

Bathon, Wingrove, 1920

 

Baudoin, Prince, 1948-1951

 

Bavaria, Lori, Duchess, and Duc Buby of, 1953

 

Baxter, Norman W., n.d.

 

Bay, Charles A. See Yrureta-Goyena y Errazu, Don Joaquin

 

Beal, Boyston A., 1920-1942. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Beaupre, Mary M., 1930-1933

 

Beck, James M., 1927

 

Beck, William Hopkins, 1923-1926

 

Beckton, Jean (Mrs. Hugh A.), 1929-1930

 

Beebe, William, 1953

 

Belden, Perry, 1920

 

Belin, F. Lammot, 1922-1933

Box 15

Bell, Edward Price

 

1915-1918

 

1919-1924

 

1926-1930

 

Bell, Elliot, 1952

 

Belmont, Perry, 1921

 

Benson, 1953

 

Bent, Ernest F., 1930-1932

 

Bent, Mattie, S. F. (Mrs. H. K. W.), 1932

 

Bentley, Thomas, 1920

 

Bentwick, V. Cavendish, 1922

 

Berenson, 1921

 

Berli, Antonina (Mrs. Adolph Berli), 1952

 

Besterman, Walter M., 1950-1953

 

Beughem, Irone de, 1928

 

Beukelaer, Louis Xavier de, 1931-1932

 

Biddle, Eleanor, 1926

 

Bishop, Roland P., 1922

 

Bishop, William Warner, 1924

 

Bisping, Helen de, 1923

 

Bissing, Moritz von, Baron, 1916

 

Blair, Percy, 1921-1923

 

Blair, Seymour, 1918

 

Blaisdell, Donald C., 1953

 

Blake, Gilson G., Jr., 1929-1932

 

Blaker, Dorothea C., 1918

 

Blanc y Menocal, Guillerme de, 1929

 

Blanck, G. de, 1927

 

Bland, George Nevile Maltby, 1930-1931

 

Blandy, C., Mrs., 1950-1954

 

Bliss, Tasker H., Gen., 1921

 

Bliss, Mrs., n.d.

 

Bliss, Robert Woods, 1918-1933. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Bloodgood, William D., 1933

 

Blount, Daniel L., 1919-1933

 

Boal, Pierre de L.

 

1919-1926

 

1927-1954

 

Boifeuillet, John F., Col., 1933

 

Bomburg (?), Jacques, 1954

 

Bonney, M. Therese, 1926

 

Borchgrave, Ruth de, 1928

 

Borg, Carl Oscar, 1931-1946

 

Borowski, Adm., 1920-1921

Box 16

Borum, Neal D., 1930-1931

 

Borum, Wylie G., 1929-1930

 

Bory, Mr., 1927

 

Bosch, Elisa, 1932

 

Boswell, Walter O., Lt. Col., 1926

 

Botcine, Pierre, 1926

 

Botella, Cristobal, 1927. See also SUBJECT FILE, Gibson, Ynes

 

Bouillon, H. Franklin, 1918

 

Bourgeois, Maurice, 1929

 

Bouton, Edward H., 1923

 

Bowles, F. T., Rear Adm., 1918

 

Bownton, Horace R., 1921-1952

 

Brabant, Duc of, 1928

 

Brackett, Frank P., 1928-1929

 

Brainard, David L., Gen., 1925. See also SUBJECT FILE, Chaco War, Correspondence, Diplomatic

 

Bree, Firmin van, 1922-1954

 

Bree, Parish of (Belgium), 1919

 

Breitstein, P. H., 1927

 

Brener, Carl, 1929

 

Bridge, Helen L., 1925-1927

 

Briey, Renaud de, Count, 1932

 

Briggs, Lawrence P., 1934

 

Briggs, Mitchell Pirie, 1932

 

Briggs, William H., 1926

 

British Embassy, Paris, 1926

 

Bronson, Mrs., 1929

 

Brooke, Mark, 1925

 

Brooks, Walter, 1915-1925

 

Broom, John H., 1951

 

Brown, Arnold, 1932

 

Brown, Edward D., 1952-1953

 

Brown, Harrison, 1930-1931

 

Brown, Isabel Grant, 1929

 

Brown, Milton M., 1927-1931

 

Brown, Philip Marshall, 1920-1932

 

Brown, Walter Lyman, 1920. See also DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Poland, Relief Work, Correspondence

 

Browne, Philip, 1931

 

Buchanan, Edward W., 1921-1932

 

Buckler, William H., 1929-1930

 

Bucklin, George A., 1918

 

Buell, Raymond Leslie, 1929

 

Buero, 1926

 

Buisseret, Francois de, 1930

 

Bullard, Arthur, 1924-1932

 

Bullock, Hugh, 1953

 

Bundy, Harvey H., 1931

 

Burdett, William C., 1928-1932

 

Burdette, Clara B. (Mrs. Robert J.), 1926

 

Burdette, Franklin L., 1932

 

Burge, R. T., 1922

 

Burger, Morris, n.d.

 

Burland, E., 1919-1922

 

Burnham, Hubert, 1931

 

Burnham, Roderick and Gayle, 1954

 

Burroughs, Josephine Isadore, 1931

 

Burton, Theodore E., 1925-1928

 

Bushea, Frances F. (Mrs. W. J.), 1926

 

Butler, Mrs., 1925

 

Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1925

 

Butterworth, William, 1928

 

Byington, Homer Morrison, 1931-1932

 

Byrne, William H., 1928

 

Cable, Bertha Lovejoy, 1932

 

Cable, Philander L., 1929

 

Cabot, John Moors, 1933-1936

 

Caffery, Jefferson, 1926-1933

 

California Grape Grower, San Francisco, 1925

 

Call, Mabel S. (Mrs. Arthur D.), 1924

 

Cameron, C. R., 1933

 

Camp, Loretta F., 1953

 

Campbell, P. Llambi, 1933-1934

 

Cantacuzene Speransky, Julia, Princess, 1927-1928

 

Carbonell, Jose Manuel, 1936

 

Carey, William F., 1936

 

Carmichael, James J., 1930

 

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, N.Y., 1925

 

The Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1929

 

Carpenter, Clayton, n.d.

 

Carpenter, Ford Ashamo, 1925-1929

 

Carr, Harry C., 1930-1932

 

Carr, Lenore Czarnecki, 1934

 

Carr, Wilbur J., 1920-1936

 

Carriel, Mary Turner, 1927

 

Carroll, Joseph W., 1924-1933. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Carter, E. C., 1925-1926

 

Cartier, E. de, Baron, 1920-1932

 

Carton de Wiart, Adrien, Maj. Gen., 1930

 

Carton de Wiart, Juliette, 1934

 

Carton de Wiart, Baron de, 1930-1934

 

Cartwright, Henry A., Capt., 1932

 

Carvalho, Carlos Delgado de, 1936

 

Case, J. F., Maj., 1927

 

Casenave, 1919

 

Cash, Oliver H., 1926

Box 17

Castle, A.(?), Brig., 1922

 

Castle, William R., Jr. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G., and DISARMAMENT CONFERENCES, Preparatory Commission, Second Part

 

Undated

 

1918

 

1920

 

1921

 

1922

 

1923

 

1924

 

1925

 

1926

 

1927

 

1928

Box 18

1929

 

1930

 

1931

 

1932

 

1933

 

1934-1938

 

1954

 

Castro Maya, Raymond O. de, 1936

 

Causey, W. B., Col., 1921-1928

 

Cavalcanti de Lacerda, Felix de Barros, 1935

 

Cazzelett, V., 1941-1943

 

Cecil, Eleanor, 1925

 

Cecil, Robert, Lord, 1930-1932

 

Chadbourn, Philip H., Capt., 1921-1926

 

Chamberlain, Lee, 1936

 

Chance, Leslie G., 1953

 

Chandler, Charles Lyon, 1935-1936

 

Chapman, Frazer and Lindley, 1953

 

Chapman, Ward, 1922

 

Cheney, Charles H., 1928

 

Chermont, E. L., 1933

 

Chester, S. Beach, 1929

 

Chevrel, Yvonne, 1952

 

Chevrillon, Louis, 1919-1930

 

Chilean Delegation to the League of Nations, 1926

 

Chilton, Billy, 1928-1934

 

Churchill, John, 1942

 

Chute, Mervyn, Mrs., 1954

 

Ciechanowska, Gladys (Mrs. John), 1952-1954

 

Ciechanowski, John, 1920-1954

 

Ciechanowski, Stanislav, 1952-1954

Box 19

Clark, J. Reuben, 1919-1936

 

Clark, Kenneth, 1930

 

Clark, Sarah R., 1921

 

Clarke, Ernest P., 1930

 

Clarke, Louise Harvey, 1921-1932

 

Clary, Resy, Princess, 1936

 

Clary, Sophie, Countess, 1928-1954

 

Clary, Alfred, Prince, 1921-1954

 

Clary, Carlos, Prince, and Princess Felicie, 1920-1922

 

Clary, Lidi, Princess, 1935-1954

 

Clary, Siegfried, Count, 1925

 

Clary Kinsky, Princess, 1927-1933

 

Clinchy, Dr., 1950

 

Clynans, H., 1930

 

Coakley, Henry L., 1925

 

Coates, Charles B., 1953

 

Cobb, Candler, 1923

 

Cobian, Eduardo, 1927-1934

 

Cochrane, L. J., 1920-1925

 

Coen, A. See BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Accounts with various banks, Societe Generale de Belgique

 

Cognard, Count, 1927

 

Cohn, Edith A. (Mrs. Morris), 1923

 

Colcord, Samuel, 1926-1932

 

Cole, 1930

 

Coleman, W. H. A., 1924-1933

 

Collier, John, 1927

 

Collyer, Bert E., 1926

 

Connes, Frank, 1924

 

Connor, W. W., 1929

 

Cook, Arthur E., 1923

 

Cook, O. W. E., 1929

 

Cook, T. C., Maj., n.d.

 

Coolidge, Archibald Cary, 1921-1928

 

Coolidge, Calvin, 1924

 

Cooper, Harriet M. (Mrs. James), 1953

 

Cooper, John C., 1921

 

Cooper, Ken. See Hooper, Jessie J.

 

Cooper, Merian C., 1921-1933

 

Copeland, A. Reilly, 1932

 

Copland, Douglas, 1954

 

Corcoran, George Eustis, 1928

 

Corey, Ida G., 1929

 

Corse, Frederick M., 1922

 

Coshman(?), Eleanor, n.d.

 

Coster, Henrietta Fox (Mrs. Norman), 1922-1936

 

Coster, Norman B., 1920

 

Coulson, Basil I. B., 1930

 

Council on Foreign Relations, N.Y., 1921-1932

 

Cowan, Denys, 1924-1928

 

Cox, Capt., 1941

 

Cox, Raymond E., 1928-1936

 

Coxe, Francis Travis, 1919

 

Crane, Richard, 1919-1926

 

Craig, Nancy, n.d.

 

Craig, Robert Howell, 1929-1954

 

Craigie, R. Leslie, 1930-1931

 

Cravath, Paul, 1920

Box 20

Creel, George, 1918

 

Crews(?), Margaret, 1922

 

Crocker, Edward S., 1924

 

Crocker, Gertrude E., 1919

 

Crocker, Henry J., 1930

 

Crocker, Stuart M., 1933

 

Cronan, W. P., Mrs., 1930

 

Crosby, Chuffy, 1920-1936

 

Crosby, Sheldon Leavitt, 1925-1930

 

Crossett, John B., 1927

 

Crowder, E. H., 1913-1929

 

Cruger, Alexander Pendleton, 1919-1928

 

Cuban delegation to the League of Nations, n.d.

 

Cudahy, John, 1934-1943

 

Cumming, Hugh, 1953

 

Cumming, Hugh S., Jr., 1934-1953

 

Cummings, Miss, 1936

 

Curti, Arthur, 1927

 

Curtis, Edward Davison, 1915-1922

 

Curtis, Emerson, 1928

 

Curtis Brown Ltd., London, 1927-1930

 

Czapski, Emeric, Count, 1921-1952

 

Czarnowska, Eleanora, 1921-1922

 

Czartoryski, Olgierd, 1924

 

Darney(?), Kattarine, 1922

 

Daubeny, C. J., 1930

 

Davie, May (Mrs. Preston), 1952-1954

 

Davies, David, 1932

 

Davila, Miguel R., 1909

 

Davis, Ben G., 1923

 

Davis, D. A. (The Progressive College; The International W.M.C.A. School, Geneva), 1933

 

Davis, Harry Edgar, 1932

 

Davis, Hugh, 1954

 

Davis, Livingston, 1920-1929

 

Davis, Malcom W., 1926

 

Davis, Mary, 1954

 

Davis, Norman H., 1920-1938

 

Davis, Richard Harding, n.d.

 

Davis, Robert Beale, 1920

 

Dawes, Charles G., Gen., 1929-1941

 

Dawes, Henry, 1932

 

Dawson, Allan, 1935-1936

 

Dawson, Geoffrey, 1941

 

Dawson, Warrington, 1919-1933

 

Dawson, William, 1921-1934

 

Day, Arden L., 1930-1936

 

Dean, Basil, 1930

 

Dearing, Fred Morris, 1919-1936

Box 21

Deboever, Alice, n.d.

 

De Courcy, Kenneth, 1953

 

Deering, John A., 1932

 

Deisler, Paul F., 1928-1929

 

Delacroix, Leon, 1927

 

Delme-Radcliffe, Charles, 1926

 

De Masi, H. Armand, 1933

 

Den, Ray, 1954

 

Dennis, William Cullen, 1919-1933

 

Derby, Ethel, 1928

 

Desvernine, Raoul, 1952

 

De Ville, John Baptist, Father, 1932. See also Sartori di Montecroce, Anna, Baroness

 

Dexter, Fletcher, 1924-1929

 

Dewey, C. S., 1930

 

Dewey, Thomas E., 1943

 

De Witt, J. L., Col., 1927

 

Dinichert, Paul, 1925

 

Ditmars, Walter E., 1953-1954

 

Dixon, Gertrude C., 1926

 

Dmowski, Roman, 1919

 

Dobrowski, M. H., 1920-1921

 

Dod, Clara E., 1927

 

Dodd, Mead and Co., N.Y., 1934

 

Dodd, William E., 1935

 

Dodge, H. Percival H., 1921-1926. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Doerman, A., 1919

 

Dolbeare, Frederick R. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

1918-1924

 

1925-1954

 

Donaubaur, 1931

 

Donnally, Harry H., 1926

 

Donovan, William L., Col., 1920-1941

 

Doran, J., 1928

 

Dosch-Fleurot, Arno, 1923-1936

 

Doss, Corwin M., 1924-1930

 

Doss, Milburn, 1921

 

Doty, Madeleine Z., 1926

 

Doty, S. W., 1926-1927

 

Doubleday & Company Inc., N.Y. See Robins, Robbie

 

Doubleday, Russell (Doubleday, Page & Co.), 1918-1927

 

Doughty, H. R., 1923

 

Downey, Fairfax, 1932

 

Doyle, W. T. S., 1928-1936

 

Drake, E. Millington, 1925

 

Drake, Sarita, 1953

 

Dravo, Hudson D., 1933-1936

 

Dresel, Ellis Loring, 1919-1924

 

Drugman, 1922

 

Drummond, Eric, Sir, 1924-1933

 

Duarte, Luis M., 1926

 

Duffek, Adolphe, 1928

 

Duggan, A. L., 1927

 

Duggan, Laurence, 1936

 

Duggan, Mary Alice, 1926

 

Duggan, Stephen P., 1923

Box 22

Dulles, Allen Welsh

 

1919-1925

 

1926-1927

 

1928-1954

 

Dulles, John Foster, 1953

 

Dunham, George B. and Jessie, 1919-1936

 

Dunn, Gano, 1925

 

Dunn, James Clement, 1923-1954

 

Dunn, Julia, n.d.

 

Dunning, J. J., 1930

 

Dupont, Gen., 1923

 

Durand, E. Dana, 1920-1925

 

Durand, William Dana, 1931

 

Duras, Victor Hugo, 1932

 

Durazzo, Marquise, 1930

 

Durham, John Selwyn, 1928

 

E.D.I.C., Paris, 1952

 

Eadie, James, 1929-1933

 

Earle, Homer P., 1921-1936

 

Eberhardt, Charles C., 1923

 

Ecole Libre des Sciences Politiques, Paris, 1924

 

Eden, Anthony, 1943-1953

 

Edgar, William C., 1920

 

Edge, Walter E., 1931. See also DISARMAMENT CONFERENCES, General Disarmament Conference, Correspondence with Walter E. Edge

 

Edmunds, C. K., 1934

 

Edwards, L. A., 1926

 

Egan, Martin, 1918-1926

 

Ehman, Mr., 1953

 

Ehrlich, Carl, 1926-1933

 

Einstein, Lewis, 1922-1936

Box 23

Elio, Tomas M., 1935

 

Elisabeth, Queen of Belgium, 1934-1936

 

Elizalde, Rafael, 1928

 

Elst, Jo, Baron, and Baroness Allie van der, 1950-1954

 

Eltz, Eleanore von, 1926

 

Elwes, Simon, 1952-1953

 

Elwes, Monseignor, 1941

 

Ely, Gertrude, 1926

 

Ely, James B., 1930

 

Emerson, Haven, 1927

 

Erhardt, John G., 1934

 

Erice, 1953

 

Erice, Jose de, 1930

 

Erk, Edmund Frederick, Col., 1926-1929

 

Eshman, Jo, 1932

 

Esley, Bertram T., 1936

 

Etelka, n.d.

 

Ewing, Helen Hadley (Mrs. J. L.), 1932

 

Faille, J. Della, Baroness, 1926

 

Farman, Elbert E., Col., 1921-1927

 

Farnham, Charles W., 1920-1931

 

Farquhar, Harold, 1924-1928

 

Fatio, Louis J., 1926

 

Faunt-Leroy, Cedric, Col., 1920-1932

 

Federation Universitaire Internationale pour la Societe des Nations, Paris, 1926

 

Felber, 1927

 

Felix, Prince of Luxemburg, 1937

 

Ferguson, Charles, 1920

 

Ferguson, Donald, 1933

 

Ferrero, Constantin, 1952

 

Field, Frederick V., 1925

 

Filipowicz, Tytus, 1931

 

Finley, David, 1931

 

Finley, John H., 1921

 

Finley, Martha Boyden, 1923

 

First Methodist Episcopal Church (Walter H. Smith), 1928

 

Fitz Alan of Derwent, Viscount, 1925-1930

 

Fitz Patrick, F., 1928

 

Fitzgerald, F. E., 1953

 

Flanders, Count of, 1934

 

Fleming, Frank, 1919

 

Fletcher, Alfred C. B., n.d.

 

Fletcher, Henry P., 1921-1934. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Medford, Mass., 1952

 

Flint, Francis P., 1907

 

Flournoy, Richard, n.d.

 

Foa, Carlo, 1934

 

Fogbaum, R. F., Jr., 1922

 

Foley, William T., 1952-1954

 

Font, Mariano, 1924

 

Fontaine, Jean de, 1928

 

Fontes, Ernesto, n.d.

 

Ford, J. D. M., 1930

 

Forestier, J. C. N., 1928

 

Forster, Arnold, 1932

 

Forthomme, Pierre, 1930

 

Fortune, N.Y., 1934

 

Foster, Carol H., 1934-1936

 

Foster, George H., 1928

 

Foster, Reginald, 1920-1921

 

Foster, Reginald C., 1919-1924

 

Fotitch, Constantin, 1933

 

Fowle, Charles W., 1920

 

Fowler, Emily G. (Mrs. William Eric), n.d.

 

Fowler, Harold, Col., 1921-1932

 

Foy, R. C., Col., 1931

 

Franck, Louis, 1928

 

Francois, Leon, Mrs., 1928

 

Francqui, Emile, 1927-1933

 

Frank, Glenn (The Century Company, N.Y.), 1922

 

Franks, Grace A. G., 1925-1954

 

Fraser, Maj., n.d.

 

Frazer, Robert, Jr., 1925

 

Frazier, Arthur Hugh, 1920-1925

 

Frear, James A., 1929

 

Freeman, Henrietta B., 1936

 

Freitas Valle, Ciro, 1934

 

Fremont, Jessie and John, 1931-1932

Box 24

Frick, Donald J., 1924-1953

 

Frick, Margaret, 1925-1934

 

Fritsch, John F., Jr., 1928

 

Fronczak, Francis E., 1924

 

Frost, C. L., 1935

 

Frost, Holloway H., Commander, 1927-1930

 

Frost, Wesley, 1935

 

Frothingham, Donald, 1920-1922

 

Fruhwirth(?), Cardinal, 1925

 

Fuller, Mrs., 1936

 

Fuller, W. Parmer, Jr. and Adeline, 1921-1927

 

Fyfe, Howard, 1932

 

Gagnon, Clarence A., 1926-1935

 

Gagnon, Kathryn I., 1910

 

Galen, Sophie, Countess, 1953-1954

 

Gallatin, Emile Morris, n.d.

 

Gallet, n.d.

 

Galpin, Perrin C., 1920-1954. See also SUBJECT FILE, C.R.B. Educational Foundation, Inc.

 

Gampert, Emile, 1932

 

Gardner, Lester D., 1928-1930

 

Garner, Wilford J., 1929

 

Garrett, John W., 1919-1936. See also DISARMAMENT CONFERENCES, General Disarmament Conference, Correspondence with John W. Garrett

 

Garrette, Eve, 1943

 

Garvin, J. L., 1930-1931

 

Gary, Hampson, 1920

 

Gase, W. E., 1953

 

Gaskill, Charles S., Col., 1921

 

Gaspari, Cardinal, 1922

 

Gassera, 1925

 

Gay, Edwin F., 1920

 

Gay, George Innes, 1921

 

General Motors Corporation, N.Y., 1953

 

General Motors Export Company, N.Y., 1924

 

Gerry, Harvey L., 1929-1930

 

Gerson, Louis J., 1929

 

Geynst, J. de, 1927

 

Gherardi, Walter, 1929-1930

 

Gibbons, Helen Davenport, 1921

 

Gibbons, Herbert Adams, 1920

 

Gibson, Carleton B., 1921

 

Gibson, David H., 1931

 

Gibson, Hugh, 1930

 

Gibson, J. M., 1922

 

Gibson, Mary

Box 25

April 1909 -May 1909

Box 26

June 1909 -July 1910

Box 27

August 1910 -August 1911

Box 28

September 1911 -August 1912

Box 29

September 1912 -October 1913

Box 30

November 1913 -May 1914

Box 31

June 1914 -August 1914

Box 32

September 1914 -February 1915

Box 33

March 1915 -July 1916

Box 34

August 1916 -September 1917

Box 35

October 1917 -April 1919

Box 36

May 1919 -April 1920

Box 37

May 1920 -May 1921

Box 38

June 1921 -July 1922

Box 39

August 1922 -September 1923

Box 40

October 1923-1928

Box 41

1929

Physical Description: 2 folders)
 

1930

 

Gibson, Michael, 1952-1954

 

Gibson, Peter, 1953

 

Gibson, Precentor William, Rev., 1929-1933

 

Gibson, Ynes

 

Letters

 

1934

 

1935

 

1938-1946

 

Telegrams, 1922-1937

Box 42

Gilbert, Manson, 1930

 

Gilbert, Prentiss B., 1928-1933

 

Gilbert, S. Parker, 1928

 

Gilchrist, Huntington, 1924-1928

 

Gill, Capt., n.d.

 

Gilson, Henry, 1932

 

Gipson, James H., 1952

 

Giusti del Giardino, Justo, Count, 1953

 

Gizyka, Eleanor, Countess, 1921-1922

 

Glazebrook, Otis A., 1924

 

Glenn, Otis F., 1932

 

Glennon, John, 1934

 

Glinka, Ladislas, 1920

 

Godoy, Albert L., 1929

 

Godson, F. A., Col., 1924

 

Goedecke, Walter J., 1920-1924

 

Goetz, Robert C. F., 1931-1952

 

Goetz, William, 1933-1934

 

Gonzales, William E., 1923

 

Gonzalez, Antonio C., 1935

 

Goode, R. N., 1920

 

Goode, William, 1931

 

Goodheart, Arthur L., 1930

 

Goodheart, A. C., Col., 1920-1925

 

Gordon, George A., 1927-1936

 

Gordon, P. Paul, Father, 1953

 

Gorlof, 1924

 

Gowen, Franklin C., 1947-1954

 

Grandi, Dino, 1930

 

Grant, Nesta, 1953

 

Grant-Smith, Ulysses, 1919-1924. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Graves, J. A., 1927

 

Gray, Prentiss N., 1920-1933

 

Greely, John Nesmith, 1929

 

Green, Joseph C., 1918-1936

 

Green, Betty (Mrs. Gordon), 1954

 

Green, Ida A., 1926

 

Greene, Caroline S. (aunt of H.G.), 1921-1936

 

Greene, Eva Hirdler (Mrs. F. C.), 1927

 

Greene, George S., 1927

 

Greene, Winthrop S., 1933

 

Greenough, William, 1924

 

Gregory, T. T. C., 1919-1927

 

Grenier, Baroness, 1953

 

Grew, Joseph C. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

1910-1923

 

1924-1925

Box 43

1926-1936

 

Grimes, Lyman, 1925

 

Groati, Carl D., 1951

 

Grocholsky, Remi, 1934

 

Grodski, Stanislaw, 1921-1923

 

Groedel, Franz M. See Kerckhoff, Louise E.

 

Grollemund, J., Lt. Col., 1925

 

Grosjean, Paul, 1952-1954

 

Grosser, Freda, 1921

 

Grove, William R., 1920

 

Groves, J. Philip, 1927-1952. See also DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Belgium, Correspondence with Embassy, Groves, J. Philip

 

Groves, Leslie R., 1953

 

Grunne, Charles de Hemricourt de, Count, 1933

 

Grunne, Guillaume de Hemricourt de, Count, 1925-1954

 

Grunne, Eugene de, Count, 1928

 

Guggenheim, Harry F., 1927

 

Guggenheimer, Untermeyer & Marshall, N.Y., 1920

 

Guillaume, Elizabeth (Baroness Jules), born Wittouck, 1923-1933

 

Guinle, Carlos, Mrs., n.d.

 

Gunther, Franklin M., 1919-1934. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G

 

Gurney, F. W., 1929

 

Gurney, H., Sir, n.d.

 

Gustavo Guerrero, J., 1929

 

Gutt, Camille, 1932

 

Gwynn, William Martin, 1921-1929

 

Gyllenbogel, Karl Volter Boris, 1920-1921

 

Habsburg-Lorraine, Felix von, 1953

 

Habsburg-Lorraine, Otto von, 1946-1947

 

Habsburg-Lorraine, Robert von, 1953-1954

 

Habsburg-Lorraine, Rudolf von, 1953-1954

 

Hacker, William H. U., 1923

 

Hacking, Michael, 1954

 

Haines, Henry, 1935

 

Hale, George, n.d.

 

Hall, W. Reginald, Sir, Rear Adm., 1921-1932

 

Haller, General, 1920

 

Hallet, Max, 1919

 

Hallowell, John W., 1921

 

Halpern, Seymour, 1930

 

Halpert, Tadeusz, 1921-1953

 

Hamilton, William H., 1933

 

Hamlet, H. G., Capt., 1930

 

Hammond, Paul, 1921

 

Hammond, W. T. S., 1925-1931

 

Hanks, Stedman S., 1953

 

Hanna, Mathew E., 1928-1932

 

Hanna, Margaret M., 1932

 

Hanrahan, David C., 1922-1927

 

Hard, William, 1927-1936

 

Harding, Warren G., 1921

 

Harjes, H. H., Maj., 1918-1925

 

Harley, J. Eugene, 1926

 

Harman, Clifford B. (International League of Aviators, Paris), 1929

 

Harmon, Dudley, 1922

 

Harriman, Oliver B., 1923

 

Harris, Ray, 1930-1931

 

Harrison, Leland, 1919-1929

 

Harrison, Marguerite E., 1921

 

Harrison, Mrs., n.d.

 

Harts, William W., Gen., 1932

 

Haskell, Lewis W., 1924-1927

 

Hausmanowa, E., 1921

 

Haveman, Ir B. W., 1954

 

Havlicek, Frantisek S., 1931

 

Hawks, Stanley, 1924-1932

 

Hayden, H. B., 1929

 

Hayes, Ralph, 1919-1927

 

Haynes, John Randolph, 1920-1936

Box 44

Healy, James A., 1920-1953

 

Heath, Donald R., 1926

 

Hebb, Arthur, 1932

 

Heineman, Dannie N., 1930-1936

 

Helgert, Rudolph, 1926-1930

 

Hemphill, Alexander J., 1920

 

Henderson, Arthur, 1932

 

Henderson, James E., 1932

 

Hendrick, Anna, 1928

 

Hengstler, Herbert C., 1928-1935

 

Hennessy, Jean, 1926

 

Henry, I. I. R. (Mrs. Bayard), 1930-1936

 

Henry, Snowden, 1931

 

Henry Atterbury Smith, Inc., N.Y., 1929

 

Hensy, Margaret E., 1952-1954

 

Hepburn, Arthur J., Capt., 1927-1933

 

Herrick, Myron T., 1924-1929

 

Herse, Boguslaw, 1923

 

Hershfield, Isidor, 1922

 

Herter, Christian A., 1920-1927

 

Heymar, Alfred, 1919-1920

 

Hibbard, Frederick Pomeroy, 1922-1936

 

Hibben, John Grier, 1923

 

Hickerson, Jack D., 1933

 

High, Stanley, 1954

 

Hill, Edmund C., 1926

 

Hill, Hayward Gibbes, 1935-1953

 

Hill, Wallace, 1925

 

Hills, John W., 1933

 

Hills, Laurence (New York Herald), 1929-1932

 

Hilton, Charles E., Capt., 1934

 

Hinckle, Eugene, 1936

 

Hitch, Calvin M., 1924-1927

 

Hittell, Theodore H., 1902

 

Hoard, H. L., 1927

 

Hochart, W. H., 1932

 

Hodgson, Roberta, 1930

 

Hodson, Edward J.

 

1922-1928

 

1929-1936

Box 45

Hodson, Francis, 1919-1921

 

Hoehling, A. A., 1954

 

Holler, John E., 1923

 

Hollyday, T. Worthington, 1921

 

Holman, William J., 1954

 

Holquin y Caro, Uvaro, 1933-1934

 

Holt, George C., 1929

 

Holt, Winifred, 1920

 

Holvoet, Baron, 1929-1931

 

Honnold, William L., 1929-1934

 

Hooker, Katharine P., 1922-1933

 

Hooper, Jessie J. (Mrs. Ben), 1932

 

Hoover, Allan, 1932

 

Hoover, Herbert. See also Miller, Bernice; SUBJECT FILE, Pecher, Charles and Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.; DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Poland, Relief Work, Correspondence

 

Undated

 

1915-1941

 

1942-1954

 

1954 (humorous correspondence on the subject of shingles)

 

Hoover, Herbert, Jr., 1953-1954

 

Hoover, Lou Henry, 1918-1935

 

Hoover Overseas and War Service Organizations, N.Y., 1929-1930

 

Hoover War Library, Stanford, California, 1924

 

Hopkinson, Leslie W., n.d.

 

Horodyski, Jan, Count, 1920-1929

 

Hotel du Sport, Sannenmoser, Switzerland (Mr. Wehren), 1925

 

Hough, David L., 1929

 

Houghton, Alanson B., 1922-1926

 

Houghton(?), D., n.d.

 

Houghton, William H., 1929

 

Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1930-1931

Box 46

House, Edward M., Col., 1919-1933

 

Hoving, Pauline, 1954

 

Howard, Finley K., 1935

 

Howard, Isabella, 1926

 

Howard, James H., 1930-1931

 

Howard, John K., 1935

 

Howe, F. C., 1930

 

Howell, W. S., Jr., 1921

 

Howie, John MacFarlane, 1930

 

Hubbard, Ella P., n.d.

 

Hubbard, G. Evans, 1928

 

Hubbard, Margaret, 1926

 

Hubscher, Carl P., 1925

 

Huddle, A. W., 1921

 

Hudson, Manley O., 1922-1924

 

Hughes, 1954

 

Hughes, Charles E., 1924-1942

 

Hughes, John C., 1953

 

Hukill, George R., 1926

 

Hull, Cordell, 1934-1942

 

Hull, William Ed (Republican National Committee, Chicago), 1932

 

Hunt, Edward Eyre, 1933

 

Hunt, Frazier, 1929

 

Hunt, Mary H., n.d.

 

Hunt, Sumner, Mrs., 1922

 

Hunt, William H., 1927

 

Hunter, Rosamond (Mrs. John R.), 1927

 

Huntington, Constant. See Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston

 

Huntington, Douglas St. George, 1921-1932

 

Hurley, William L., 1919-1924

 

Huston, Howard, 1926-1934

 

Hutchinson, C. K., 1933

 

Hutchinson, Lincoln, 1920-1929

 

Hutterly, William U., 1921

 

Hyde, James Hazen, 1921-1933

 

Hymans, Paul, 1930-1937

 

Hynderick de Theulegoet, Yves, Chevalier, and Claire, 1922-1953

 

Hynderick de Theulegoet, Ghislaine, 1952-1954

 

Irwin, Will, 1918-1922

 

Isaacs, C. Grant, 1941

 

Ischer, K., 1924

 

Iselin, Mrs., 1924

 

Iwanowski, Maj., 1921

 

Jack, James, Gen., 1954

 

Jackson, J. A., 1920

 

Jackson, John B., 1920

 

Jackson, Robert A., 1920-1921

 

Jackson, Thomas J., 1927

 

Jacobs, A. J., 1932

 

Jaqua, Ernest J. (Scripps College, California), 1933

 

Jacquet, 1927

 

Jacquetin-Joubert, J., Abbot, 1931

 

Jadwin, Edgar, 1921

 

James, A. L., Maj., 1918-1926

 

James, Henry, n.d.

 

James, Lucy (godmother of Michael Gibson, the former Mrs. Huntington Wilson)

 

1920-1926

 

1927-1930

Box 47

1931-1932

 

1933-1937

 

Janssen, Emmanuel, 1921

 

Jay, DeLancy K., 1920-1921

 

Jay, Peter Augustus, 1918-1927. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Jayne, R. K., 1927

 

Jeffes, W. F. H., 1924

 

Jefferson County Union, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, 1927

 

Jennings, Pauline, 1932

 

Joffre, Marshal Joseph Jacques Cesaire, 1918

 

John Burnham & Company, Chicago, 1920

 

Johnson, E. P., 1925

 

Johnson, H. H., 1921-1922

 

Johnson, Herschel V., 1927-1953

 

Johnson, Nelson Truslee, 1928-1936

 

Johnston, J. Kendall, 1929

 

Johnstone, Lady, 1923-1932

 

Johnstone, Edward, Mrs., n.d.

 

Joint Distribution Committee, N.Y., 1920

 

Jones, Hilary P., Adm., 1926-1936

 

Jones, Mary L., n.d.

 

Josephine-Charlotte, Princess of Belgium, 1948

 

Joyce, K. A., 1927

 

Joyce, Robert P., 1927

 

Joyce, W. E., 1921

 

Judge Company, N.Y., 1902

 

Jusserand, Jean Jules, 1917-1932

 

Kahn, Otto, 1923

 

Kauffman, Reginald Wright, 1930-1954

 

Keena, Leo John, 1921-1932

 

Keene, Peter J. T., 1929

 

Kelley, Robert Francis, 1934

Box 48

Kellogg, Frank B., 1924-1934

 

Kellogg, Vernon and Charlotte, 1918-1928

 

Kelly, D. Victor, 1930

 

Kelly, Madeleine, 1953

 

Kemp, Arthur, 1952

 

Kemp, Edwin C., 1923-1924

 

Kennaday, Paul, 1918

 

Kennt, Fred I., 1934

 

Kenyon, William Crellin, 1925

 

Kerchove de Denterghem, Charlie, Count, 1934-1954

 

Kerchove de Denterghem, Maggie, Countess, 1953-1954

 

Kerckhoff, Anne W. (Mrs. H. H.), 1931-1954

 

Kerckhoff, Louise E. (Mrs. W. G.), 1929-1936

 

Kerckhoff, Stephens, 1918

 

Kerckhoff, William G., 1924-1931

 

Kerney, James, 1919-1927

 

Kerr, Philip(?), 1930

 

Kerssenbrock, Therese S., Countess, 1952-1954

 

Key, David, 1932

 

Kiley, Henry Pat, 1930-1953

 

Kimens, Richard E., 1922

 

King, Alice (later, Mrs. Robert Forrest Stephen), 1919-1952

 

King, David, 1927

 

King, Lenora H., 1929

Box 49

Kinsky, Alphy, Count, 1953

 

Kinsky, Paula, Countess, 1921-1932

 

Kinsky, Frantisek, Count, 1931-1953

 

Kirby, John (Polish Government Loan National Campaign Committee, W.,D.C.), 1920

 

Kirk, Alexander C., 1929-1933

 

Kirk, Alexandre, 1919

 

Kite, S., 1918

 

Kittredge, Tracy B., 1920-1930

 

Kleiderer, E. C., 1953

 

Klein, Julius, 1927-1953

 

Kleindienst, R. A., 1919-1920

 

Kleist, Baroness, 1930

 

Kleyn van Halluck, Fanny H., 1954

 

Klopstock, Paul, 1925

 

Klotz, Justine, 1921-1927

 

Knapp, H. S., 1919

 

Knight, Charly, 1918

 

Knoles, Tully C., 1929

 

Knox, Charles F., Jr., 1924

 

Koch, Gerald, 1930

 

Koch, Priscilla, 1926-1929

 

Koch de Gooreind, Manuela, 1928

 

Koch de Gooreind, Peter, 1932-1952

 

Koehler, Hugo W., 1919-1923. See also SUBJECT FILE, Germany, General

 

Kohlberg, Alfred, 1951-1953

 

Kohler, Louis, 1927

 

Kokot, S. N., 1921

 

Kolp, Victor, 1934

 

Komatsu, Takashi, 1935

 

Kotnowski, Leopold, 1924-1926

 

Krasitiski, Edouard, 1923

 

Kreisler, Fritz, 1938

 

Krock, Arthur, 1943

 

Kroll, Jacques, 1922

 

Krommer, Arnoldo, 1930

 

Krueger, J. W., Maj., 1922

 

Kuhn, Irene Corbally, 1951

 

Kunz, George F., 1920

 

Kwapiszewski, Michael, 1923-1936

 

Kyle, Pearl, 1932

 

Lada-Zablocki, K., 1921

 

Ladeuze, Monseigneur, 1928

 

Laemmle, Carl, 1937

 

La Follette, Suzanne, 1951

 

La Grandiere, Georges, Viscount, and Viscountess Monique de, 1952-1953

 

Lambert, Hansi, Baroness, 1953-1954

 

Lambert, Henri, 1927-1930

 

Lambert, Lucie, 1953

 

Lanctot, John B., 1952

 

Lane, Arthur Bliss. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

1919-1920

 

1921-1922

Box 50

1923-1927

 

1928-1953

 

Lane, James Warren, 1920-1926

 

Lang, John P., 1929

 

Langelaan, G., 1927

 

Langhorne, Marshall, 1920

 

Lansing, Robert, 1918-1920

 

Lantsheere, Theo de, Viscount, 1924-1933

 

Larache, Count of Paris, 1942

 

Larner, Caroline S., 1920-1931

 

Lasocki, George, 1953-1954

 

Lathrop, Charles N., 1920

 

Laughlin, Irwin, 1919-1935

 

Lawford, Vincent, 1929

 

Lawrence, David, 1954

 

Lawrence, George W., 1933

 

Lawton, Elizabeth, 1927

 

Lay, Anne Howard (Mrs. Julius G.), 1934

 

Lay, Julius G., 1925-1935

 

Leach, Charles N., 1919-1920

 

The League of Nations Non-Partisan Association, N.Y. (Mrs. Waggoner), 1930

 

LeClerq, Frederick D. K., 1920

 

Ledebur, Eugene, Count, 1924-1935. See also SUBJECT FILE, Czechoslovakia

 

Leech, Stephen, 1919

 

Le Gallais, Hughes, 1953

 

Leiser, Clara M., 1932

 

Leith-Ross, F. W., 1931

 

Leland, J. D., Mrs., 1930

 

Leonard, Bernard W., 1953

 

Leopold III, King of Belgium, 1930-1951

 

Lepage, George A., 1929-1930

 

Lepine, Jean, 1930

 

Lerchenfeld, Hugo, Count, and Countess Sophie von, 1926-1934

 

Le Tallec, Paul, 1924

 

Letcher, Marion, 1926-1933

 

Leval, Gaston de, 1915-1932

 

Lew, Isadore, 1924

 

Lewis, Mr. (Committee on Public Information, Paris), 1918

 

Lewis, James Hamilton, 1926

 

Librach, Jan, 1953

 

Librairie Hachette & Cie, Paris (Breton, G.), 1918

 

Ligne, Albert de, Prince, 1927-1953

 

Ligne, Charles de, Prince, n.d.

 

Ligne, Eugene de, Prince, 1928

 

Lima, Jose C. de, 1933

 

Lima de Silva, 1933

Box 51

Lindbergh, Charles, 1933

 

Lindley, Francis H., 1929

 

Lindsley, Henry, 1926

 

Lineberger, Walter Franklin, 1927

 

Linn, Howard and Lucy, 1926

 

Lipkowski, Stanislaw, 1924

 

Lippens, Maurice, 1929-1938

 

Lippmann, Walter, 1919-1931

 

Lissner, Meyer, 1920-1930

 

Lister, Winifred Harriett, 1928-1931

 

Lithuanian National Council, N.Y., 1920

 

Little, Anna (Mrs. John), 1928

 

Little, Charles G., 1924

 

Littlefield, Leland and Marian, 1919-1920

 

Lobkowicz, Anita (Mrs. Edward), 1952

 

Logan, F. A., 1932

 

Logan, James A., Jr., 1919-1929

 

Lokaly(?), F., 1927

 

Londonderry, Circe of, The Dowager Marquise, 1952

 

Long, Andrew T., Adm., 1927-1930

 

Long, Boaz W., 1920-1930

 

Long, Breckinridge, 1919-1920

 

Lonsdale, Jane White, 1920

 

Loomis, Julia S. (Mrs. Henry P.), American Society for Relief of Russian Exiles, Inc., N.Y., 1929-1932

 

Loraine, Percy, 1941

 

Lord, Robert H., 1920-1922

 

Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce (Arnoll, Arthur G.), 1928-1929

 

Loschitz, Valerie, 1931-1932

 

Lothian, Marquise Tony de, 1952-1954

 

Loudon, 1928-1929

 

Lubimoff, Ludmila, 1921-1933

 

Lubomirski, Casimir, Prince, 1920-1921

 

Lucas, Alice R., 1927

 

Luce, Clare Boothe, 1953-1954

 

Lucey, J. F., Capt., 1929

 

Lumley, Christopher, 1922

 

Lummis, Charles F., 1902-1911

 

Lunn, Henry, Sir, 1929

 

Luppe, Jean Bertrand de, Count, 1922

 

Lush, William G., 1923-1927

 

Lutz, Bertha(?), 1936

 

Lutz, Julian Herbert, 1931-1932

 

Lutz, Pinto, 1930

 

Lyell, Antony, 1938-1943

 

Lyman, Edward D., 1927

 

Lynch, Henry, Sir, 1936

 

Lyons, Maurice F., 1922

Box 52

MacAndrews, John H. E., 1931

 

Macatee, Robert B., 1919

 

Macauley, Adalin W. (Mrs. J. W.), 1927

 

McBride, Harry A., 1919-1921

 

McCabe, E. R., Col., 1921-1931

 

McCabe, Hilton H., 1954

 

MacCabes, 1922

 

McCarthy, Daniel J., 1927

 

McCarthy, E. Avery, 1928

 

McClure, Wallace, 1925

 

MacCochran, Clinton, 1924

 

McCook, Martha, 1920

 

McCormick, Anne O'Hare, 1952-1953

 

McCormick, Chauncey, 1919

 

McCormick, H., 1923

 

McCormick, Medill, 1921

 

McCormick, Mrs., 1938

 

McCoy, Frank, 1920-1923

 

MacCracken, Henry Noble, 1922-1924

 

McDermott, Michael James, 1932-1953

 

McDonald, D. C., Lt. Col., 1928-1933

 

MacDonald, Ramsay, 1929-1932

 

McFadden, George, 1919-1922

 

McKay, Arnold A., 1924

 

McKenna, J. G., 1920

 

MacKenzie, Cameron, 1921

 

MacKenzie, Dewitt, 1930

 

McLaughlin, William C., 1952

 

MacLeod, Louise, 1953

 

McLeod, Scott, 1954

 

MacLoghlin, James W., 1930

 

McManus, George Stuart, 1927-1928

 

MacMurray, John von Antwerp, 1930

 

MacNeil, Hugh, Mrs., 1931-1932

 

Macready, Gordon, 1922

 

McWilliams, Roy, 1929

 

Macy, Edward W., Maj., 1929

 

Madariaga, S., 1926-1930

 

Maglione, Luigi, 1924-1926

 

Magruder, Alexander R., 1924. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Magruder, Elinor P., 1924

 

Maguire, J. J., 1924

 

Maher, Thomas, Rev., 1931

 

Malcolm, Ian, Sir, 1922

 

Mallet, Victor A. L., 1931

 

Mallon, Dwight S., 1929

 

Mallone, Cecil L., Col., 1930

 

Malone, Dudley Field, 1930

 

Mangini, Armando, 1953

 

Marburg, Teodore, 1926

 

Marcosson, Isaac F., 1927-1929

 

Marden, C. S., 1920

 

Marks, Edward B., 1952-1954

 

Marriner, James Theodore

 

1925-1927

 

1928-1929

 

1930-1933

Box 53

Marshall, Hugh G., 1928-1933

 

Marshall, William F., 1919-1921

 

Martin, Charles E., 1932

 

Martin, Charlotte D., 1952

 

Martin, Lawrence, 1920-1921

 

Martin, P. A., 1933

 

Martin, Walton, Mrs., 1952

 

Martin, William, 1925

 

Martin-Franklin, S., Count, 1933

 

Masaryk, Jan, 1929-1930

 

Mason, Alfred Bishop, 1931

 

Mason, Frank E., 1951-1954

 

Mason, Richard N., 1920-1933

 

Massigli, Rene, 1929-1932

 

Maton, 1928

 

Matthews, H. Freeman, 1953

 

Matthews, Julia Nelson (Mrs. Calvin Bruce), 1929

 

Maud, Harry, Col., 1919-1933

 

Maule, W. H. F., 1921-1930

 

Max Muller, William, Sir, 1922-1929

 

Maxse, H. F. B., 1923

 

Maxwell & Company, London. See Hodson, Edward J.

 

Mayer, 1922

 

Mayer, Ferdinand Lathrop. See also DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Belgium, Correspondence with Embassy

 

1919-1931

 

1932

 

1933-1954

 

Mayhew, F. H., 1927-1930

 

Mayo, Katherine, 1925

 

Mayo, Margaret, 1933

 

Mayo, Paul, 1929

 

Mayr-Melendorff, Fritz, Baron, 1932

 

Mederos, Tomas S., 1928-1932

 

Medofsky, Martin, 1931

 

Medofsky, Morris, 1922-1927

 

Medofsky, Nathan, 1926-1933

 

Meeus, Adrien de, Count, 1928

 

Megevand, Mrs., n.d.

 

Mehta, Diwan Anantram, 1928

 

Melin, Anne, 1920

 

Melhorn, Kent C., 1932

 

Mendeville, Valdes, 1926

 

Merle-Smith, Van S., 1920

 

Merrill, Gregor C., 1930-1931

 

Merz, Charles, 1923

 

Mesmer, Joseph, 1929

 

Messersmith, George, 1927-1928

 

Mevius, Gustave de, Baron, 1929-1931

 

Meynard, Marie A., 1924-1927

Box 54

Micara, Clemente, Cardinal, 1928-1952

 

Michalski, St. (Nauka Polska, Warsaw), 1921

 

Michel, Mr., 1925

 

Middleton, Herbert P., 1924-1925

 

Mikolajczyk, Stanislaw, 1943

 

Milbank, Jeremiah, 1952

 

Miles, Basil and Daisy, 1911(?)-1953

 

Military Order of the World War, W.,D.C. (John Ross Delafield), 1930

 

Miller, Bernice, 1952-1954. See also Hoover, Herbert

 

Miller, David Hunter, 1926

 

Miller, G. Harlan, 1925-1926

 

Miller, John C., 1921

 

Miller, Lily Murray, 1920

 

Miller, Ransford S., 1927

 

Miller, Raymond C., 1929-1933

 

Mimbela, 1926

 

Mitchell, Viola, 1929-1930

 

Mitchell, Wendell, 1932

 

Mlynarski, Emil, 1922-1927

 

Moffat, Curtis, 1930

 

Moffat, Jay Pierrepont

 

1919-1920

 

1921-1923

 

1924-1938

 

Moncheur, Baron, 1924-1930

 

Money, M. J., 1927

 

Montefiore, Mrs., 1929

 

Montellano, Duc and Duchess de, 1927-1931

 

Montgomery, Monty (Mrs. Robert W.), 1953

 

Montille, L. de, 1919

 

Montini, J. B.(?), 1947-1954

 

Moore, Alexander P., n.d.

 

Moore, Ernest, 1932

 

Moore, Ernest C., 1929

 

Moore, J. Stanley, Maj., 1920

 

Moore, Thomas Ewing, 1928

 

Morand, Paul, 1908-1928

 

Morem(?), M., 1917

 

Morgan, Charles D., 1921

 

Morgan, Edwin, 1931-1933

 

Morgan, Gerald, 1922-1926

 

Morgan, Harry, n.d.

 

Morgan, Junius Spencer, 1931

 

Morgan, Harjes & Company, Paris, 1919

 

Morgenthau, Henry, 1919-1923

 

Morinni, Jacques de, Mrs., 1932

 

Morris, Alice V. (Mrs. Dave H.), 1925

 

Morris, David, 1933

 

Morrison, Thomas, 1922-1925

 

Morrow, Dwight W., 1927-1931

 

Morse, Clyly H., 1932

 

Morse, Frank W., 1920-1922

 

Moscicki, Michael C., 1952

 

Mosselman de Chenoy, Maj., 1928

 

Mott, T. Bentley, 1924-1925

 

Mowrer, Paul Scott, 1922

 

Muller, Max, 1926

 

Murdoch, W. L., Mrs., 1927

 

Murphy, n.d.

 

Murphy, Elmer, n.d.

 

Murphy, Ignatius I., 1930

 

Murphy, James J., 1924-1925

 

Murphy, Robert, 1953-1954

 

Murray, George D., 1931

 

Musaus, W. P., 1921-1925

 

Myers, Denys P., 1924-1929

Box 55

Nabuco, Mauricio, 1952

 

Nagai, M., 1928

 

Naliche, Count de, 1919

 

Nasmith, Charles Roy, 1921-1933

 

Nathan, Harry Lewis, 1930

 

National Committee For A Free Europe, Inc., N.Y., 1952

 

National Council For Prevention Of War, W.,D.C. (Frederick J. Richy), 1929-1930

 

National Geographic Society, W.,D.C., 1929

 

National Lutheran Council, N.Y., 1920

 

Neall, Adelaide, 1954

 

Needham, Harry, 1924

 

Neil, Margaret Verna, 1921-1922

 

Nerincx, Ida, 1927-1932

 

Neville, Edwin L., 1924

 

New Orient Society of Chicago (Henry Field), 1932

 

Newcome, W. A., 1921-1927

 

Newson, H. Dorsey, 1923-1935. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Newton, Burkett Dunlap, 1927

 

Newton, Isaac B., 1927

 

Niblack, A. P., 1921

 

Nichols, William I. (This Week Magazine, N.Y.), 1952-1954

 

Nichols, William Wallace, 1926

 

Nickerson, Hoffman, 1953

 

Nixon, Agnes (Mrs. Robert H.), 1952

 

Noel-Baker, Philip, 1953-1954

 

Nolan, Dennis E., Gen., 1918-1929

 

Norrenberg, Marcel, 1927

 

Nortitz, Henriette, 1932

 

Norton, Edwin C., 1923-1924

 

Norton, Laurence H., 1924

 

Norweb, R. Henry, 1920-1933

 

Nowak, Jaroslav, 1921-1922

 

Nufia(?), Pedro, 1910

 

Nulton, L. M., 1927

 

Nulty, V. H., 1925

 

Nunez, Fernan, 1932

 

Nye, Joseph M., 1918-1932

 

O. E. McIntyre, Inc., N.Y., 1951

 

Oastler, Isabelle, 1932

 

Obermer, Nesta Seymour, 1922-1954

 

O'Connor, Hector, 1927-1929

 

Oechler, Henry V., 1952-1953

 

Office Francais de Protection des Refugies et Apatrides, Paris, 1954

 

Ogilvie, Paul M., 1920-1922

 

Ohlson, Ruth F., 1921

 

O'Laughlin, John Callan. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

1918-1920

 

1921-1929

 

Olds, Robert E., 1926-1932

 

Olivaux, Ange, 1927

 

Olmsted, Florence Fay (Mrs. Remington), 1932

 

Olson, Reuel L., 1926

 

O'Melveny, H. W., 1922-1925

 

O'Neill, Meredith, 1921-1929

 

Orde, Captain, 1930

 

Ordynski, Richard, 1921

 

O'Reilly, Mary Boyle, 1921

 

Orr, Arthur, 1920-1932

 

The Osaka Mainichi Publishing Company, Ltd., Osaka & Tokyo, 1930

 

Osborne, Lithgow, 1918

 

Ostoja-Zagorska, Julius R. von, Mrs., 1933

 

Otto, Henry S., 1919

 

Oultremont, Jean d', 1918

 

Oultremont, Guy d', 1918

 

Oursler, Grace (Mrs. Fulton), 1953

 

Owen, Herbert, 1918

Box 56

Paderewska, Helena, 1918-1919

 

Paderewski, Ignacy Jan, 1921-1934

 

The Paderewski Foundation, Inc., N.Y., 1952

 

Page, Arthur W., 1919-1933

 

Page, Frank C., 1923-1931

 

Page, James R., 1927

 

Page, Walter H., 1917

 

Paley, William S., 1930-1932

 

Pallavicino, Ansalde, Count, and Countessa Andreola, 1921-1954

 

Pallavicino, Baby. See Vinci, Countess

 

Palmer, Frederick, 1919-1928

 

Pam, Hugo, 1921-1924

 

Parc, Gatien du, Viscount, 1951-1954

 

Parker, Force, 1930-1931

 

Parker, George S., 1929

 

Parraperez, M. C., 1926

 

Parsons, Herbert, 1924

 

Patchin, J. H., 1920

 

Patchin, Philip Halsey, 1918-1932

 

Patchin, Polly (Mrs. Philip), 1954

 

Patchin, Robert H., 1925-1933

 

Pate, 1940

 

Patek, Stanislas, 1920

 

Patterson, Richard, Jr., 1919

 

Paul-Boncour, Joseph, 1930

 

Paulucci, E. Chludzinska, 1921-1930

 

Pavlohhi, M., 1923

 

Pearce, Richard A., 1922

 

Pearson, Alfred J., 1924

 

Peden, Allen N., 1925

 

Peden, E. A., 1926

 

Pell, Robert T., 1932

 

Peltzer, Fernand, 1924-1927

 

Penfield, Walter S., 1924

 

Pennoyer, Richard, 1920-1932

 

Peoples Industrial Trading Corporation, N.Y. See O'Laughlin, John Callan

 

Percy, Eustace, 1924

 

Perlowski, Frank M., 1919

 

Perlowski, Stanislas, 1920

 

Pershing, John J., Gen., 1922

 

Peters, Andrew J., 1927

 

Pfluegh, Harriette, n.d.

 

Philip, Hoffman, 1920-1932

 

Philippson, M., 1927

 

Phillippe, C. C., n.d.

 

Phillips, Charles, 1921

 

Phillips, W. E., 1953

 

Phillips, William. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

1915-1929

 

1930-1936

Box 57

Picton, Harry, 1922-1923

 

Piemonte, Maria Jose of, Princess, 1934

 

Pieper, 1927

 

Pierrepont, R. Stuyvesant, 1920-1930

 

Pierrepont, Seth Low, 1920-1921

 

Piltz, Erasme, 1921

 

Pinkham, J. Roy, 1931

 

Piotrowska, Grazyna, 1924

 

Pirenne, Jacques, 1947-1950

 

Pirenne, Jeanne, 1949

 

Podbielski, Rene Gerhard, 1953

 

Poland, William B., 1920-1932

 

Police Federale des Etrangers, Bern, Switzerland (Baechtold, P.), 1954

 

Polish Food Draft Relief (Flint, Motley H.), 1920

 

Politis, Nicolas, 1931

 

Polk, Elisabeth (Mrs. Frank L.), n.d.

 

Polk, Frank L., 1918-1941

 

Pomona College, 1936. See also Brackett, Frank P.

 

Poniatowska, Princess, 1923

 

Poole, DeWitt C., 1922-1929

 

Popoff, George, 1926

 

Porras, Belisario, 1926-1927

 

Portales, Marguerite, 1932

 

Porter, Ivy (Mrs. Seton), 1953

 

Porter, Stephen G., 1920-1924

 

Portland, Duc and Duchess of, 1940-1942

 

Potie, n.d.

 

Potocka,

 

Potocka, Anna, Countess, 1922

 

Potocki, Alfred, Count, and Countess Betka, 1919-1953

 

Potocki, George, Count, 1920-1953

 

Potocki, Henry, Count, 1921-1929

 

Potocki, Joseph, Count, 1922-1954

 

Potocki, Roman, 1922

 

Potulicki, Michael, 1953

 

Pousette, Sven Harald, 1919-1929

 

Prendergast, Walter T., 1931

 

Prince, D. C., 1921

 

Prince, John Dynely, 1929-1930

 

Przezdziecki, Etienne, Count, 1921-1922

 

Pulaski, 1919

 

Pulitzer, Joseph, 1928

 

Purcell, J., n.d.

 

Puslowski, Xavier, Count, 1919-1932

 

Putnam, G. P., 1919-1920

 

Quekemeyer, J. G., 1918

 

Quinn, Cyril J. C., 1921-1923. See also DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Poland, Relief Work, Correspondence

 

Quinones de Leon, Jose, 1926-1927

 

Radziszewski, Henry, 1920

 

Radziszewski, J., 1921

 

Radziwill, Felicie. See Clary, Prince Carlos and Princess Felicie

 

Raemaekers, Louis, 1929

 

Rand, Elbridge D., 1926-1929

 

Rarogiewicz, E. W., 1921

 

Raulston, Marion Churchill (Mrs. Burrell Otto), n.d.

 

Ravensdale, Irene, Baroness, 1952

 

Ravndal, G. Bie, 1925-1926

 

Rawlings, H. B., 1921-1922

 

Rawnsley, Claude, 1927

 

The Reader's Digest, Pleasantville, N.Y., 1951-1952

 

Reber, James, 1933

 

Reber, Samuel, 1953

 

Redecker, Sidney Brayton, 1921-1954

 

Reed, David A., 1930

 

Reed, Edward L., 1927-1930

 

Reed, Ralph J., 1929

 

Register, Albert Layton, 1932

 

Regnery, Henry, 1952

 

Regnier, Dr., 1954

 

Reid, John Rogers (Herald Tribune, N.Y.), 1942

 

Reid, Whitelaw, 1910-1911

 

Reinsch, Paul S., 1919

 

Reyntiens, Alice, 1924

 

Reyntiens, Eric, n.d.

 

Reyntiens, Guy, 1922

 

Reyntiens, Mrs., 1922

 

Rice, Paran F., 1931-1932

 

Richards, Lewis, 1922-1929

 

Richards, Miss, 1926

 

Richardson, Dorsey, 1923-1927

 

Richardson, Gardner, 1921-1952

 

Richardson, Norval, 1918

Box 58

Rickard, Edgar. See also SUBJECT FILE, C.R.B. Educational Foundation, Inc.

 

1918-1921

 

1922-1925

 

1926-1929

 

1930-1939

 

Ridder, A. de, 1931

 

Ringland, Arthur C., 1942

 

Risquez-Iribarren, Rafael, 1954

 

Ristitch, Yovan, 1930

 

Robbins, Warren D. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

1920-1923

 

1924-1933

Box 59

Roberts, Kenneth, 1923-1931

 

Robins, Robbie, 1954

 

Robinson, Henry M., 1928-1929

 

Robinson, T. Douglas, 1927

 

Rockefeller, David, 1953

 

Roden, Albert Andrews, 1930

 

Rodman, Willoughby and Arabella, 1920-1921

 

Rogers, Edith Louise, 1925

 

Rogers, James Grafton, 1933-1941

 

Rogers, Leighton W., 1923-1924. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Rogers, Louise de G., 1919-1920

 

Rogers, Walter S., 1920

 

Romeike, Henry, Inc., N.Y., 1919-1930

 

Romer, E., 1921

 

Roosevelt, Eleanor (Mrs. Theodore), 1941-1954

 

Roosevelt, Frances (Mrs. Quentin), 1953

 

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1920-1942

 

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1938-1944

 

Rossi Longhi, Alberto, 1953-1954

 

Rossi Longhi, Fabrizio, 1954

 

Rossi Longhi, Roberto, 1953

 

Rosso, A., 1930-1932

 

Rousseau, Theodore, 1919-1931

 

Rowe, Leo S., 1924-1933

 

Roy, Lieut. du, 1922

 

Roy, A. C., 1923

 

Roy de Blicquy, Minime (Mrs. Jean du), 1954

 

Rozycki, Ludomir, 1921

 

Ruddock, Albert B., 1919-1927

 

Ruhl(?), Arthur, 1920

 

Rumbold, Horace, Sir, and Lady, 1921-1928

 

Rumrill, L. L., 1951

 

Runyon, Ralph C., 1929

 

Ryan, Edward, n.d.

 

Ryan, Ethel M., 1953-1954

 

Ryan, T. R., Maj., 1920-1921

 

Ryott, Harold A., 1919-1922

 

Rzewnski, 1926

 

Rzyszczewska, Emily, Countess, 1921

 

Sackett, Frederic M., 1932

 

Sage, Robert, n.d.

 

Salmon, David A., 1927

 

Salvation Army, Brussels. See Armee du Salut

 

Sands, William Franklin, 1919-1930

 

Saphro, Elisabeth MacVeen, 1926

 

Sapieha, Leon, Prince, 1928

 

Sapieha, Theresa, Princess, 1954

 

Sartiges, Count de, 1927

 

Sartori di Montecroce, Anna, Baroness, 1933

 

Sartorius, Herman U., 1920-1934(?)

 

Sato, M. N., 1929

 

Satterlee, Herbert L., 1926

 

Savage, Catherine Comer (Mrs. Robert), 1954

 

Savery, Frank, 1921-1924

 

Savinkoff(?), B., 1920

 

Sawicki, Joseph F., 1920-1938

 

Schell, Frank R., 1920

 

Schelling, Ernest, 1922-1933

 

Schmettau, Charles A., 1928

 

Schmid, C., 1925

 

Schmidt, Josef, 1932

 

Schnessler, William C., 1927

 

Schoeffter, Martin George, n.d.

 

Schoenfeld, H. F. Arthur, 1923

 

Schofield, Frank H., Adm., 1927-1928

 

Schurman, Jacob Gould, 1927

 

Schwartz, Abba, 1953

 

Schwarzenberg, Jean, Princess, 1952-1953

 

Schwenker, W. M., 1920

 

Scidmore, Eliza R., 1928

 

Scoggin, H. D., 1930-1931

 

Scott, James Brown, n.d.

 

Scott, Mabel Janet, 1925

 

Search, Preston W., 1927

 

Searchinger, Cesar, 1930

 

Seaver, Frank R., 1927

 

Sebastian, Sr. M., 1952

 

See, Fong F., 1922

 

Seidner, Emeric, 1930

 

Sengier, E., 1924

 

Serre-Sanlaville, E., 1932

Box 60

Shaler, Millard King. See also SUBJECT FILE, C.R.B. Educational Foundation, Inc.

 

1915

 

1920-1929

 

1930-1933

 

Sharkey, Joseph E., 1927-1931

 

Sharp, Mrs., 1929

 

Shaw, G. Howland, 1926. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Sheffield, James Rockwell, 1926

 

Shepardson, Whitney, 1919-1921

 

Sheppard, Morris, 1926

 

Sheppey, Marshall, 1926

 

Sherman, H. G., 1931

 

Sherrill, C. H., Gen., 1927-1932

 

Sherwood, Renaud, 1926

 

Shipley, Ruth B., 1952

 

Shirrill, Charles H., 1927

 

Shoecraft, Eugene C., 1919-1932

 

Sholes, 1933

 

Shotwell, James T., 1930

 

Shuster, George N., 1952

 

Shutter, Joseph, 1932

 

Sikorski, Gen., 1928

 

Silvercruys, Franz, 1928-1933

 

Simon, John, Sir, 1932

 

Simpson, John Lowrey, 1921

 

Simonds, George S., Gen., 1927-1932

 

Simonson, Warren and Maude, 1952-1954

 

Sincay, Gaston, 1924

 

Singer, W. H., Jr., 1932

 

Skrzynski, Alexandre, Count, 1920

 

Smiddy, T. C., 1930

 

Smith, Alice Rapalge, 1929

 

Smith, Aubrey, Sir, Adm., 1924-1954

 

Smith, Carroll L., 1927

 

Smith, Dorothy M. and Larry, 1952-1954(?)

 

Smith, Edgar W., 1924

 

Smith, H. Alexander, 1924-1953

 

Smith, Helen D. (Mrs. H. Alexander), n.d.

 

Smith, Henry B., 1922-1928

 

Smith, Marc, 1929-1933

 

Smith, Mildred Witchell (Mrs. Beardslee), 1924-1930

 

Smith, Paul C., 1953-1954

 

Smith, Sarah B. (Mrs. Paul Jordan), 1929

 

Smith, Thomas, 1927

 

Smith, William Walker, 1924-1928

 

Smulski, John F., 1920-1922

 

Smuts, Jan Christian, 1943

 

Smyth, W. W., Capt., 1927-1933

 

Snively, John R., 1927

 

Sobanska, Marie, Countess, 1922-1931

 

Sobanski, Ladislas, 1921-1922

 

Sokal, F., 1927

 

Sokolowski, Venceslas de, 1921

 

Solvay, Louis, 1927-1950s

 

Souchon, Lucien, 1932

 

Southerland, Katherine, 1924-1925

 

Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, 1952

 

Spalding, William D., 1924-1930

 

Spanish Embassy, Paris, 1926

 

Spencer, Willing, 1920

 

Spender, Hugh F., 1926-1927

 

Sperling, Rowland, 1924-1930

 

Sperry, William H., 1921

 

Speyer, H., 1931

 

Spoelberch, Eric de, 1926-1933

 

Spoelberch, Guillaume de, Viscount, 1927-1929

 

The Spur, N.Y. (Tobin, Agnes E.), 1927

Box 61

Squiers, Arnon L., 1921

 

St. Phalle, Francois de, 1920-1923

 

Stabler, Jordan Herbert, 1920-1930

 

Stahl, Carl A., 1923

 

Stalinski, Jan, 1933

 

Starret, Henry P., 1920-1931

 

Stearns, Frank W., 1924-1932

 

Steenhault, Baron, 1925-1929

 

Stephen, Robert Frost, Mrs. See King, Alice

 

Stephens, D. S., Mrs., 1928-1930

 

Sterling, Frederick A., 1919-1954

 

Stetson, Clarence C., 1920-1926

 

Stetson, John B., Jr., 1925

 

Stettinius, Edward Reily, 1919

 

Stevens, Laurence Sterne, 1925

 

Stewart, John K., 1952-1953

 

Stewart, Mary, n.d.

 

Stewart, Nathaniel B., 1929

 

Stimson, Henry L., 1929-1933

 

Stockton, Gilchrist B.

 

1918-1929

 

1930-1933

 

Stoermer, Grace S. (National Statuary Hall, W.,D.C.), 1933

 

Stoever, Edward R., 1923

 

Stone, Donald, 1918

 

Stone(?), Tommy, 1954

 

Stone, William T., 1931

 

Storey, Charles M., 1922

 

Stotesbury, Edward T., 1923

 

Stovall, Pleasant A., 1920

 

Stowell, Ellery C., 1927-1933. See also Garner, Wilford J. and SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Straten, Robert van der, Count, 1933-1935

 

Straten Ponthoz, Roger van der, Count, 1953-1954

 

Strauss, Lewis L., 1918-1952

 

Streit, C. K., 1931

 

Strong, George V., 1927-1932

 

Strother, French, 1928-1930

 

Stull, William, 1921

 

Sturges, Jeanne (Mrs. Hollister), n.d.

 

Sullivan, Mark, 1930-1931

 

Summerlin, George Thomas, 1920-1931

 

Super, Paul, 1923

 

Sussex County Magazine, Eastbourne, Great Britain, 1930

 

Sutherland, Jane, 1928-1932

 

Sutliff, Milo J., 1951

 

Suydam, Henry, 1921

 

Swaelus-Godenne, L., 1928-1932. See also Shaler, Millard King

 

Swanson, Claude A., 1932-1933

 

Sweetser, Arthur, 1920-1932

Box 62

Swett, Trevor, 1932-1933

 

Swift, Merrit Wesley, 1923-1930

 

Symington, Pete, Capt., 1926

 

Szapary, Eilzabeth, Countess, 1954

 

Szczeniawski, I., 1919-1922

 

Szechenyi, Laszlo, 1932

 

Taft, Robert A., 1919-1943

 

Talbot, Clare Ryan (Mrs. E. C.), 1934

 

Tanco e Argaez, Mrs., n.d.

 

Tarler, G. Cornell, 1920

 

Taylor, Alonzo E., 1921-1936

 

Taylor, Henry J., 1943

 

Taylor, Josephine, 1924

 

Taylor, R. M., 1922

 

Taylor, William H., 1926

 

Terry, Prentiss M., 1927

 

Thakara, A. M., 1933

 

Thaw, Benjamin T., Jr., 1920-1932

 

Thayer, P. M. (Mrs. Nathaniel), n.d.

 

Theodoli, Ugo, 1953-1954

 

Theunis, George. See Aubert, Theodore

 

Thomas, Albert, 1925-1926

 

Thomas, Frances R. (Mrs. Lowell), 1953

 

Thomas, John R., Jr., 1930-1931

 

Thomas, Julian M., 1930

 

Thomas, Lowell, 1943-1954

 

Thomas, Norman, 1942

 

Thompson, Llewellyn E., Jr., 1953

 

Thompson, W., 1927-1933

 

Thomson, Basil, 1926

 

Thomson, Lord, 1930

 

Thornburg, Pherbia, Jr., 1953-1954

 

Thornburg, Raymond and Pherbia, 1952-1954

 

Thurston, Walter C., 1933-1934

 

Thys, R.(?), 1931

 

Times Book Club, London, 1927-1933

 

Titcomb, George E., Mrs., 1927

 

Tittman, Harold, 1931

 

Titulesco, 1932

 

Titus, Paul, 1933-1934

 

Tobin, Richard M., 1929-1933

 

Topping, Thomas T., 1924-1931

 

Torrey, Clare, 1922-1928

 

Totten, Ralph J., 1929-1930

 

Tovvem(?), Marquis of, 1926

 

Townsend, Laurence, Mrs., n.d.

 

Trafford, Betty, 1931-1936

 

Train, Harold C., 1927-1931

 

Trainor, Joseph H., 1920-1929

 

Trapp, Robert, 1922

 

Traus, Edouard, 1927-1931

 

Traux, Bon de, 1927

 

Travess, Howard, 1954

 

Treanor, John, 1928

 

Trippe, Juan T., 1934

 

Trippet, Cora W. L. (Mrs. Oscar A.), 1932

 

Trissel, Sam B., 1927

 

Tronchin, Mr., 1932

 

Tronor, Edward, 1926

 

Tropin, Ruth, n.d.

 

Tucholka, L., 1921

 

Tuck, Alec J. M., 1953

 

Tuck, S. Pinckney, 1924-1954. See also Cheney, Charles H.

Box 63

Tuck, William Hallam. See also SUBJECT FILE, C.R.B. Educational Foundation, Inc.

 

1920-1929

 

1930-1954

 

Tucker, Albert J., Maj., 1926

 

Tucker, H. C., Rev., 1933

 

Tuckerman, Walter, 1921

 

Turner, Campbell, 1934-1935

 

Turner, Norman, Capt., 1925

 

TWA Ambassadors Club, N.Y., 1954

 

Twitchell, Kenaston, 1932

 

Tyler, Royall, 1952

 

Tyng, S. T., 1919

 

Tyszkiewicz, Rose (Countess Benoit), 1929

 

Ullens de Schooten, Jean and Marie-Therese, 1932-1954

 

United Press Associations, N.Y., 1930

 

United States. Department of State, 1920

 

United States. Department of the Treasury, 1941

 

University Club of Los Angeles (Thompson, Oscar), 1924-1925

 

University of Brussels, 1930

 

Urquhart, Augusta W., 1929

 

Ursel, Louis d', Count, n.d.

 

Vacuum Oil Company, N.Y., 1924

 

Valuyeff, Serge and Macha, 1924-1954

 

Van Coover, Jeanne, 1932

 

Van Dyke, Henry, 1915-1921

 

Van Dyke, Paul, 1921

 

Van Heuven, Goedhart, 1954

 

Van Horne, E. J., 1953-1954

 

Van Keuren, A. H., 1932

 

Van Maldeghem, Pierre, 1931

 

Van Norman, Louis E., 1921-1934

 

Van Rensselaer, W. S., 1929

 

Van Snick-Koslowski, Alph., 1929-1930

 

Van Truen, C. P., 1931

 

Vanderhoof, Ruth (Mrs. Ralph Scovell), 1932-1953

 

Vandoren, Josy, 1927

 

Vane, Francis Fletcher, 1929

 

Vansittart, Robert, 1931

 

Vauclain, Samuel, 1920-1933

 

Vaufrelant, Georges de, Baron, 1932

 

Vaufrelant, Louis de, Baron, n.d.

 

Vaughan, George, 1925

 

Veilborg, Kay, 1933

 

Vigano, Beatrice, 1929

 

Villalobar, Rodrigo and Marquise de, Marquis, 1915-1929

 

Villaret, 1926

 

Villenfagne, Baron de, 1932

 

Vinci, Baby, Countess (born Pallavicino), 1922-1933

 

Virden, Ray, n.d.

 

Visson, Andre, Mrs., 1953

 

Vollen, 1924

 

Vos, J. M., 1952-1954

 

Vulliamy, A. C., 1922

 

Wadsworth, Craig W., 1922-1930's

 

Wadsworth, Eliot, 1920-1936

 

Wadsworth, James W., 1926

 

Wagoner, Clarence R., 1927

 

Waha, Raymond de, Baron, 1932

 

Walden, (Daily Telegraph, London), 1936

 

Wales, Henry, n.d.

 

Walewska, Countess, 1920

 

Walker, Harold, 1935

 

Walker, L. C., 1951-1954. See also SUBJECT FILE, Hoover, Herbert, Correspondence

 

Wall, Frank, n.d.

Box 64

Wachtel, C. H., 1923

 

Wallace, DeWitt, 1952-1953

 

Wallace, Hugh Campbell, 1922

 

Waller, George Platt, 1931-1953

 

Walling, William English, 1921

 

Walouiew. See Valuyeff

 

Walter, Francis, 1952

 

Walvjewski, 1924

 

Wambaugh, Sarah, 1927

 

Wands, Ernest H., 1931

 

Warburg, Felix A., 1920(?)

 

Warburton, Maj., 1918

 

Ward, Cabot, Col., 1918-1927

 

Ward, Robert E., 1953

 

Warner, Charles D., n.d.

 

Warner, Ernest, 1930

 

Warren, Avra M., 1936

 

Warren, George, 1952

 

Warren, Lee, 1932

 

Warren, R. L. (Mrs. Benjamin), n.d.

 

Warren, Whitney, 1928

 

Washburn, Albert, 1925

 

Washburn, G. E., Capt., 1925

 

Watkins, S. C. G., 1921

 

Watson, Edwin M., 1927-1942. See also Houghton Mifflin Company

 

Watson, J. B. S., 1930

 

Webb, C. A., 1931

 

Weddell, Alexander W., 1934-1936. See also SUBJECT FILE, Chaco War, Correspondence, Diplomatic

 

Wedemeyer, Albert C., 1954

 

Weemaes, 1948

 

Wegenfeld, Henri de, 1938

 

Weibel, Gustav, 1935

 

Weill, Irma, 1927

 

Welch, Robert H. W., Jr., 1952

 

Welles, Sumner. See also SUBJECT FILE, Chaco War, Correspondence, Diplomatic

 

1933-1935

 

1936-1938

Box 65

Wells, Louise, 1919

 

Wendling, Charles, 1952

 

Western Union Telegraph Company, n.d.

 

Weygand, Maxime, Gen., 1949

 

Wheeler, Howard, 1920

 

Whelan, Harriette Millar, 1927

 

Whelan, Thomas E., 1953

 

White, 1926

 

White, Francis, 1926-1934

 

White, Henry, 1919-1926

 

White, James C., 1920-1936

 

White, John Beaver, 1919-1934

 

White, John Campbell. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

1920

 

1921-1936

 

Whitehead, Lieutenant, 1930s

 

Whitehead, R. F., Rear Adm., 1954

 

Whitehouse, Sheldon, 1925-1934. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Whiteley, James Gustavus, 1920-1933

 

Whiting, Flora (Mrs. Giles), 1954

 

Whitlock, Brand and Ella, 1915-1921

 

Whitridge, Arnold, 1919

 

Whitridge, Arnold, Mrs., 1928

 

Wickersham, George W., 1920

 

Wielopolska, Sophie, 1921

 

Wilbur, Ray Lyman, 1920-1921

 

Wilcox, 1930s

 

Wilder & Buell, N.Y., 1920

 

Wile, Frederic William, 1932

 

Wiley, John C., 1952

 

Wiley, Luis, 1929

 

Wiley, Samuel Hamilton, 1926

 

Wilford, Ph., 1932

 

Wilkie, D. P. D., 1928

 

Wilkinson, James R., 1926

 

Willems, F., 1927

 

Willems, Jean (Fondation Francqui, Brussels), 1932

 

Willert, Arthur, 1920

 

Williams, H., 1918

 

Williams, J. D., 1930

 

Williams, James, Jr., 1927

 

Williams, Wythe, 1929-1934

 

Williamson, Charly, 1931

 

Williamson, Harold L., 1921-1932

 

Williamson, Margaret W., n.d.

 

Willis, Frances E., 1953-1954

 

Wills, Davis B., 1920-1921

 

Wills, Frances, 1935-1936

 

Wills, William Le Moyne and Susan G., 1927-1935

 

Willys, John N., 1931

 

Wilson, Charles S., 1921-1926. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Wilson, Edwin Carleton, 1932-1936

 

Wilson, F. M. Huntington, 1921-1925

 

Wilson, Florence, 1927

Box 66

Wilson, Hugh R. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

1918

 

1919-1921

 

1923-1924

 

1925

 

1926

 

1927

 

1928

 

1929

 

1930

 

1931

 

1932

 

1933-1942

 

Wilson, Katherine (Mrs. Hugh R.), n.d.

Box 67

Wilson, Thomas M., 1935

 

Wilson, Warden McK., 1931. See also DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Belgium, Correspondence with Embassy

 

Wilson, Woodrow, 1920

 

Winkler, Fred H., 1953

 

Winship, North, 1926

 

Winslow, Alan F., 1919-1932. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Winslow, Lawrence Lanier, 1919-1929

 

Winslow, Rollin R., 1927

 

Wiseman, William, 1942-1953

 

Wittouck, Albertine (Mrs. Franz), 1928-1954

 

Wittouck, Jean, 1924-1954

 

Wockerle, Anna(?), 1932

 

Wolfe, Robert, 1953

 

Women's Auxiliary to the Strangers' Hospital, Rio de Janeiro, 1936

 

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, W.,D.C., 1929-1930

 

Wood, Leona P. (Mrs. F. W.), 1928-1936

 

Wood, Otis F., 1927

 

Wood, W. A., Jr., Maj. Gen., 1953

 

Wood, Walter, 1921-1925

 

Woods, Arthur, 1922

 

Woodward, Stanley, 1933-1934. See also Clynans, H. and DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Belgium, Correspondence with Embassy

 

Woodworth, E. S., 1936

 

Woolf, S. J., 1931

 

Woolley, Mary E., 1932-1933

 

Woolsey, Lester H., 1921-1936

 

Woolwine, J. E., 1920

 

Woracziczky, Count, 1928

 

Worksop, Winnie, 1942

 

Worsthorne, Alexander K., 1924-1953

 

Wouters d'Oplinter, 1932

 

Wright, Hamilton, 1925

 

Wright, I. A., 1918-1932

 

Wright, J. Butler, 1920-1936. See also SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of H.G.

 

Xanthaky, George, 1952

 

Xanthaky, Theodore, 1933-1953

 

Yale University, New Haven, 1931

 

Yoch, Josephine, 1919

 

Young, C. C., 1920

 

Young, Evan, 1920-1931

 

Young, Harry R., 1924

 

Young, Kenneth, 1953

 

Young, Pamela Schnyler, n.d.

 

Young, Robert F., n.d.

 

Young, Samuel S., 1934-1936

 

Young, Wallace J., 1919

 

Ypersele, 1926

 

Yrureta-Goyena y Errazu, Joaquin de, 1932-1936

 

Yrureta-Goyena y Errazu, Manuel, 1926-1927

 

Zagorski, Steven D., 1921-1933

 

Zamoyski, Adam, 1928-1929

 

Zamoyski, Maurice, 1919-1924

 

Zapala, Father, 1920

 

Zeckendorf, William, 1954

 

Zeeland, Paul van, 1953

 

Zeldin, Mary-Barbara, 1954

 

Zoltowska, Sophy, 1923

 

Zoltowski, A., Count, 1920-1923

 

Zucker, A., 1921

 

Zurich de Reynold, Countess de, 1929

 

Zurpelle, R. M. J. van, 1928

 

Zyberk, Margaret Plater, Countess, 1921

Box: 68-72

DIARIES, 1904-1947

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically
Box 68

1904-1905

 

1918

 

February-April

 

May

 

June

 

July

 

August

 

September-October

Box 69

November

 

December

 

1919

 

January

 

February

 

March

 

March 28 -April

 

May

Box 70

June

 

July

 

August

 

September

 

October

 

November

 

December

 

"Paris to London via a number of places, June and July 1940," June 9 -July 4

 

Herbert Hoover Food Mission, 1946-1947

 

March 17 -June 19, 1946 (2 binders)

Box 71

March 17 -May 12, 1946

 

Four typewritten carboncopies

 

One typewritten photocopy

 

May 25 -June 19, 1946

 

Three typewritten carboncopies

 

One typewritten photocopy

Box 72

February 2-22, 1947

Physical Description: 2 folders)
Box: 72-78

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1900-1952

Scope and Content Note

Addresses, articles, drafts of books, essays, notes, outlines, radio broadcasts, arranged alphabetically by title

Additional Note

See also SUBJECT FILE, Belgium, King Leopold III -Controversy leading to his abdication, July 16, 1951, Writings of H.G., and Provisional Intergovernmental Committee for the Movement of Migrants from Europe, Speeches of H.G.; DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Belgium and Brazil, Speeches; and DISARMAMENT CONFERENCES, Speeches
Box 72

Unidentified

 

Addresses

 

American Society of International Law, W.,D.C., May 1, 1943. One printed copy

 

British War Relief Society, December 1, 1942. Four typewritten carbon copies

 

Canterbury School Graduation Day, June 5, 1943. One typewritten carbon copy

 

Cleveland Community Chest Organization, November 15, 1920. One typewritten carbon copy

 

Testimonial dinner honoring Otto A. Rosalsky, Hotel Commodore, New York, June 17, 1920. One printed copy and one mimeograph copy

 

Yale Alumni Luncheon, New Haven, June 17, 1931. One typescript and two typewritten carbon copies

 

"An Approach to Peace Making," ca. 1945. Two typescripts and two carbon copies of a draft of remarks about a book on peace making

 

"Ask Questions," July 30, 1951. One typewritten carbon copy of a memorandum for an article

 

Belgium, The Country and Its People, 1939. One typescript and one typewritten carbon copy of an interview of H.G. regarding his book

 

"The Chronicles of Woolworth Abbey," 1940-1941. One typescript (in a binder) and one typewritten carbon copy of a collection of short stories

 

The Commission for Relief in Belgium during World War I. Typewritten carbon and mimeograph copies of six memoranda and speeches

 

The Commission for Relief in Belgium during World War II. One typewritten carbon copy of a memorandum of conversations

Box 73

Diplomacy." One typescript of a draft for a book and typewritten notes

Physical Description: 2 folders)
 

"The Duty to Oppose." Two printed copies of an article published in The Freeman, October 22, 1951

 

"The Feast of the Dead," ca. 1900. One typescript of an account of Chinese customs in Los Angeles

 

"Feed the Starving Now." One copy of an article reprinted from Collier's Weekly, February 20, 1943 (with Herbert Hoover)

 

"Food Is a Weapon." Two printed copies of an article published in The Saturday Evening Post, February 21, 1942 and one reprint

 

The Foreign Service and the State Department, 1940s and 1950s. Typescripts of memoranda and essays

 

"Foreigners Don't Like Santa Claus," 1951. One typewritten carbon copy of an article

 

Forewords

 

Homage to Paderewski, ca. 1939-1941. One photocopy of the printed form

 

"Our National Policies in This Crisis," publication of Herbert Hoover's radio address, New York, December 20, 1950. One typewritten carbon copy

 

"Further New Approaches to Lasting Peace." Two copies of an article reprinted from Collier's Weekly, May-June 1943 (with Herbert Hoover)

 

"German Rule in Belgium." Typescript, mimeograph and carbon copies of an address delivered on several occasions, 1917-1918

 

"Here is the New Frontier," April 28, 1953. One typescript and two carbon copies of a draft of an article for This Week's Magazine

 

"History's Greatest Murder Trial." One printed copy of an article published in This Week's Magazine, August 29, 1943 (with Herbert Hoover)

 

Humorous writings

 

Letters

 

General

 

On the foreign service

 

Light verse, limmericks

 

Short stories

Physical Description: 2 folders)
 

Speeches

Box 74

Introductions of various speakers, 1927-1929

 

"Is Bi-Partisan Foreign Policy Desirable?" n.d. One typescript of an article

 

A Journal from our Legation in Belgium, 1917. Related correspondence and reviews of H.G.'s book

 

"Justice for the Fremonts," 1903. One printed copy of an article published in the Ostrich Farm, South Pasadena

 

Letters to the editor

 

Indianopolis Star. One copy reprinted in the Christian Science Sentinel, June 16, 1945

 

The New York Times, April 20, 1943. Three typewritten carbon copies

 

"The Little Dog Laughed." Collection of handwritten and typewritten humorous short stories, light verse and puns

Physical Description: 2 folders)
 

"Luxembourg." One typescript of an essay on the history of Luxemburg

 

Message to Belgian friends sent through OWI, September 1, 1944. One typewritten carbon copy

 

"My Battle with Moby Dick," March 13, 1952. One typewritten carbon copy of a draft of an article to be approved by Herbert Hoover, with possible comment or footnote by him

Box 75

"A New Way to Make Peace," November 7, 1943. One printed copy of an article published in This Week's Magazine

 

Notes

 

Diplomacy, the foreign service, international relations. Handwritten and typewritten

 

National interest in the post World War II era. Handwritten

 

Portraits of personalities and friends. Handwritten and typewritten

 

Relations with Europe in the post World War II era. Handwritten

 

"Peace or Revenge." Typescripts of memoranda on the treatment of Germany after World War II

 

The Problems of Lasting Peace, 1942. Galley proofs and related correspondence, interviews and reviews of H.G.'s book

 

"The Prospects for Democracy in Europe," 1939. Two typewritten carbon copies of a speech

 

Radio broadcasts. Typescripts and carbon copies

 

July 4, 1936 (on Brazil-U.S. friendship)

 

September 10, 1939 (on Spain)

 

November 4, 1939 ("The New Diplomacy")

 

November 21, 1939 ("German Aims")

 

November 28, 1939 ("Propaganda")

 

December 7, 1939 ("The War for the Neutrals")

 

December 12, 1939 ("Removing Russia from the League of Nations")

 

December 23, 1939 ("Alice in Wonderland!")

 

December 30, 1939 ("Slogans")

 

Radio forums. Typewritten carbon and mimeograph copies

 

Unidentified

 

Ca. 1941-1945 ("Beyond Victory!")

 

July 12, 1942 ("Wake Up America!")

 

Recollection of a visit to Vienna and calling on President Koerner, 1952. One typescript and one typewritten carbon copy

 

Remarks, American Colony Dinner, Geneva, February 22, 1932. One typewritten mimeograph copy and one carbon copy

Box 76

The Road to Foreign Policy, 1944. Correspondence and reviews of H.G.'s book

 

"Secret Diplomacy," 1940. One typewritten carbon copy of a rough draft of an article

 

Speeches. Typescripts and typewritten carbon copies

 

American Women's Voluntary Services, May 27, 1942

 

City Club of Milwaukee, February 6, 1918 (with Joseph C. Grew)

 

Dutch Treat Club, New York, April 15, 1939

 

Fourth of July Celebration, Hotel Beau Rivage, Geneva

 

1925

 

1926

 

Hoover Overseas and War Service Organizations Reunion Dinner, New York, March 3, 1929

 

On American foreign policy, 1920s

 

On Brazil, December 13, 1940

 

On Chaco War, 1935

 

On diplomacy, after 1938

 

On Poland, 1920s

 

On the United States and World War I

 

On World War II

 

"Suggestions for the Republican Party," January 1947. One typescript of a memorandum

 

"What Diplomacy Is and Isn't." One typewritten carbon copy of an essay

 

"What Price Peace?" October 8, 1944. One printed copy of an article published in This Week's Magazine

 

"Widow Grogan's Reflections" and other short stories and articles. Typescripts and typewritten carbon copies

 

"A World of Free Peoples," ca. 1942-1944. One typescript of a speech before the Rotary Club

 

"The World We Want," ca. 1942-1945. One typewritten copy

Box 77-78

Five binders put together by Hugh Gibson, containing typewritten copies of addresses, broadcasts and remarks, 1927-1947. Index in box 77

Box: 79-97

SUBJECT FILE, 1902-1955

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, studies, arranged alphabetically by subject
Box 79

American Child Health Association, N.Y., 1923

 

American Club(?), London, 1940

 

The American Committee to Aid the University of Nymegen (Holland), N.Y., 1947-1953 (Hugh Gibson, chairman)

 

American Consular Bulletin, W.,D.C., Volume IV, No. 1, January 1922

 

American Mission of Relief for Poland, 1919

 

American Red Cross, 1918-1945

 

American Relief Administration, N.Y.

 

General, 1919-1923

 

Austria, 1922-1923

 

Soviet Union, 1921. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Castle, William, October 8, 1921

 

Armenia, 1920

 

Beard, Charles A. and Mary R.

 

Belgium

 

General

 

Inter-war period. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Castle, William, January 20, 1931

 

King Leopold III - Controversy leading to his abdication, July 16, 1951

 

Clippings, correspondence

 

Official documents from World War II used as evidence, including letters by Hitler, Adm. Keyes, Lord Gort, etc.

 

Writings by H.G.

 

Post-World War II period

Box 80

World War I

 

General. See also Lancken, Baron von der and CORRESPONDENCE, Ridder, A.

 

German rule and atrocities

 

Relief. See also Hoover, Herbert, Relief work, World War I - Belgium

 

World War II

 

General

 

Relief. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Aldrich,

 

Surrender of the Belgian Army, May 28, 1940

 

Bliss, Robert W.

 

Bolivia, 1954

 

Boyce, Richard F., "The American Consul in Action and What It Means to Be One"

 

Brazil, 1936

 

Briand, Aristide - Plan for a Proposed Federation of Europe, 1930

 

Briand-Kellogg Pact, 1928

 

Briggs, Ellis O.

 

Browne, Albert S. (secretary of H.G.) - Accounts during London Naval Conference, 1930

 

Buell, Raymond L., "Sea Law under the Kellogg Pact," May 15, 1929

 

Bullitt, William. See CORRESPONDENCE, Shepardson, Whitney

 

C.R.B. Bulletin, May 1, 1920

 

C.R.B. Educational Foundation, Inc., N.Y.

 

California - Movement towards autonomy, 1919

 

Carpenter, Ford A., "Weather and Its Effects on Air Transport," 1929

 

Carr, Wilbur J. See also American Consular Bulletin

 

Castle, William R., Jr., "Diplomacy under the New Deal," 1936

 

Cavell, Edith

 

Central Europe, 1935

 

Chaco War between Bolivia and Paraguay, and Peace Conference in Buenos Aires, 1935-1936. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Dawson, Allan, August 24 and 30, 1935

 

Correspondence

 

Diplomatic

 

January 1935 -March 1936

Box 81

April 1936 -October 1936

 

Personal, May 8 -November 11, 1935

 

Despatches of American Delegation to Peace Conference

 

November 25, 1935 (no. 93) -April 16, 1936 (no. 160)

Box 82

April 17, 1936 (no. 162) -July 7, 1936 (no. 210)

 

July 14, 1936 (no. 211) -September 24, 1936 (no. 280)

Box 83

September 28, 1936 (no. 281) -January 5, 1937 (no. 348)

 

January 7, 1937 (no. 349) -January 14, 1937 (no. 353)

 

Personal expenses, 1935-1936

 

Chamberlain, Austen, Sir

 

Chile - Political situation, 1924

 

Colby, Bainbridge - Address delivered before the Democratic National Convention, San Francisco, July 2, 1920

 

Colcord, Samuel, "A Way to Insure the Permanence of the Multilateral Treaty to Outlaw War"

 

Collective security

 

College Jean de Brebeuf, Montreal

 

Committee on Public Information, W.,D.C., 1918

 

Communist International - VI Congress, August 28, 1929

 

Conference of Experts for a Moratorium on Intergovernmental Debts, London, 1931. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Gilchrist, Stockton, July 11 and Tuck, William Hallam, July 7 and DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Belgium, Correspondence with Embassy, Ferdinand L. Mayer

 

Committees

 

Of Experts

 

General

 

Directory

 

Documents

Box 84

Memoranda

 

General

 

Of conversations

 

Miscellaneous

 

Report

 

Sub-Committees

 

On Deliveries in Kind

 

On Non-German Questions

 

Of Finance Ministers

 

Conference held in the Prime Minister's Room - Stenographic notes of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th meetings

 

Directory

 

Documents

 

General

 

Bulgaria. See also Greece

 

Greece. See also Bulgaria

 

Hungary

 

Romania

 

Yugoslavia

Box 85

Final declaration

 

German-Belgian negotiations

 

Herbert Hoover's proposal of June 21

 

Text

 

Reactions and statements from various countries

 

Miscellaneous

 

Press clippings

 

Reports and letters on situation in Europe (not by H.G.)

 

Telegrams, in and outgoing, between the Secretary of State and various American embassies and consulates

 

Basel

 

Belgrade

 

Berlin

 

Brussels

 

Budapest

 

London

 

Paris

 

Received in Paris

 

Sent from Paris

 

Rome

 

Sofia

 

Vienna

 

U.S. Mixed Claims Commission

 

Coolidge, Calvin - Speech before the American Legion, W.,D.C., November 11, 1928

 

Craigie, Robert Leslie

 

Czechoslovakia, 1918-1924

Box 86

Davies, David, "The Problem of Disarmament"

 

Diplomacy

 

Diplomatic immunities

 

Durand, E. D., "The Alleged Imperialism of Poland," 1920

 

Eastern Galicia, 1919

 

Economic history

 

The Educational Reviewer, New York, 1950-1951

 

Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1949-1954

 

Elisabeth, Queen of Belgium, 1928

 

L'est polonais, Warsaw, October 20, 1920

 

Europe, ca. 1919-1923

 

European Children's Fund

 

Attacks upon

 

In Austria, 1920-1921

 

Mission to Poland, 1919-1922

 

European Relief - World War II. See also Hoover, Herbert, Relief Work, World War II - The Hoover Plan

 

General

Physical Description: 2 folders)
 

Appeals from various individuals and organizations to send food

 

Correspondence

 

1940 (l)

Box 87

1940 (2)

 

1941

 

January-February

 

A-O

 

P-Z

Box 88

March

 

A-O

 

P-Z

 

April

 

May

 

A-O

 

P-Z

Box 89

1941-1942

 

Food maps

 

Printed matter

 

Telegrams

 

1940 (1)

 

1940 (2)

 

1940 (3)

 

1941

 

Received

Box 90

Sent

 

European Relief Council, 1920

 

Eyck, Andrew Ten. See CORRESPONDENCE, Baldwin, Elbert F.

 

Ferguson, Homer, "Remarks for Delivery in the Senate," January 16, 1951

 

Fishing

 

Flynn, John T., The Thought Police: An Episode in Radical Bigotry, N.Y., 1946

 

Ford, Henry. See Jewish Question, General

 

France - Foreign relations

 

Germany, 1932

 

Poland, 1918(?)-1932

 

Fremont, Jessie Benton, Mrs.

 

Fremont, John C., Gen.

 

Fuerstenberg, Elisabeth von, Countess

 

Germany

 

General, 1921-1932

 

Naval Question, 1912-1914

 

World War I. Speech of Chancellor Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg before the Reichstag session of December 2, 1914

 

Gibson, Mary (Mrs. Frank A.)

 

Gibson, Michael

 

Gibson, Ynes

 

General. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Cobian, Eduardo

 

Correspondence

 

Clary, Resy

 

Clary, Sophie

 

Potocka, Betka

 

Villalobar, Marquis de

 

Others

 

Driver's license, 1925

 

Gibson Code (for the transmission and translation of languages

Box 91

Goedeke, Walter John

 

Great Britain - Schools, 1930

 

Griffiths, Austin E., George Washington, World Court, League of Nations, 1923

 

Halpert, Thaddeus

 

Hard, William, "Tour of Central Europe," 1921

 

Harding, Warren G.

 

Harmon, Clifford

 

Hawkins, Harry C.

 

Herbert, Felix, Senator

 

Holland, Kenneth. See CORRESPONDENCE, Bent, Ernest F.

 

Honduras

 

Honeij, James A., "How Long Will Poland Last?" 1921

 

Hoover, Herbert C. See also American Child Health Association and CORRESPONDENCE, King, Alice

 

General

 

Correspondence. See also MacDonald, J. Ramsay

 

Relief work

 

World War I - Belgium

 

World War II - The Hoover Plan

 

Speeches

 

Howland, Samuel Shaw

 

Humor

 

Hurley, Edward N., "World Industrial Leaders Can Prevent War," 1929

 

Interallied Committee for the Re-Education of War Cripples, 1918

 

Interallied Mission to Countries of Former Austro-Hungarian Empire, January 1919

 

Interallied Mission to Poland. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Dresel, Ellis Loring, October 5, 1920

 

General

 

Of Control for Teschen

 

Sub-Committee for Posen

 

International Catholic Migration Commission, Geneva, 1954-1955

 

International Conciliation, N.Y., February 1924

 

Interparliamentary Union Conference, Bern and Geneva, 1924

 

Italy

Box 92

Jefferson, Thomas

 

Jewish question

 

General

 

Poland

 

General

 

Mission to Poland (Henry Morgenthau)

 

Reports by H.G. See also DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Poland, Reports, Weekly Political Reports

 

United States

 

Kellogg, Vernon, "Washington Five and Eight O' Clocks," 1920

 

Kennan, George F.

 

Kitchener, Horatio Herbert, Lord

 

Klopstock, Paul, "Poland Today?" 1920(?)

 

Knights of Columbus

 

Lancken, Baron von der

 

Lansing, Robert

 

Latin America, 1954

 

Lausanne Conference with regard to the convening of a world economic and financial conference, 1932

 

League of Nations, Geneva

 

General

 

Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes. Draft submitted by the First and Third Committees to the Assembly, October 1, 1924

 

Special Commission for the Preparation of a Draft Convention on the Private Manufacture of Arms and Ammunition and of Implements of War, 1927-1928

 

Temporary Mixed Commission for the Reduction of Armaments - Proceedings of the 1st session, Geneva, July 7, 1924

 

Lebrun, Albert

 

"The Lesson of the Day" (in Harper's Weekly of October 10, 1857)

 

La libre Belgique, Brussels, nos. 21, 30, 34, 36, 37, 38, 42, 46, 52, 53 (2 copies), 56, 1915

 

Lindbergh, Anne Morrow, "The Wind of Privation or the Sun of Mercy?" December 24, 1940

 

Loeb, James

 

Louvain Library, 1928

 

McCarthy, Joseph

 

Marshall, E. Newell

 

Mason, Frank

 

Miscellanea

 

Moffat, Jay Pierrepont

 

Morand, Paul (talk on H.G.)

 

Nam, General Cesare

 

National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies, N.Y., 1940-1943

 

National Council of Churches of Christ (from the files of the Committee on Un-American Activities - U.S. Congress. House of Representatives)

 

Das neue Europa, Berlin, January-February-March 1932

Box 93

Paderewski, Ignace Jan

 

Pan American Union, W.,D.C. (Barrett, John, Director General), 1920

 

Paul-Boncour, Joseph

 

Pearson, Drew

 

Pecher, Charles, 1940-1941

 

Pegler, Westbrook

 

Permanent Court of International Justice - American reservations to

 

Pierce, Daniel T. See American Red Cross

 

Poland. See also Durand, E. F.; Eastern Galicia; Honeij, James A.; Interallied Mission to Poland; Klopstock, Paul; Upper Silesia

 

General, 1920-1921

 

Economic situation. Annual Report of American Trade Commissioner, June 1921

 

Financial transactions - Romania, October 10, 1939

 

Relief

 

World War I. See also Russian Red Cross in Poland

 

General

 

British Committee for Relief in Poland

 

Methodist Mission (activities in Poland under attack)

 

World War II

 

General

 

Correspondence and memoranda of conversations of H.G., 1940

 

Poraj, L., "The Proteest of the Slave-Soul," 1919

 

Provisional Intergovernmental Committee for the Movement of Migrants from Europe, Geneva

 

General, 1952-1955

 

Speeches by H.G., 1952-1954

Box 94

Reid, Frank A.

 

Reyntiens, Guy N.

 

Roberts, Cecil

 

Rocky Mountain Club, N.Y., 1919

 

Rogers Bill (on the reorganization of the Consular and Diplomatic Services)

 

Addresses by Charles E. Hughes; Robert Lansing, and J. Butler Wright

 

Amendments, proposals

 

Anecdotes regarding ministers and diplomats

 

Correspondence of H.G.

 

Beal, Boylston A., 1923

 

Bliss, Robert Woods, 1922-1924

 

Carroll, Joseph W., 1923

 

Castle, William R., Jr., 1922-1923

 

Daniels, Thomas L., 1923

 

Dearing, Fred Morris, 1921-1924

 

Dennis, Lawrence, 1923

 

Dodge, H. Percival, 1923

 

Dolbeare, Frederick R., 1923

 

Einstein, Lewis, 1923

 

Fletcher, Henry P., 1921-1923

 

Grant-Smith, Ulysses, 1919-1924

 

Grew, Joseph C., 1919-1924

 

Gunther, Franklin M., 1925

 

Hall, Barton, 1923

 

Hoover, Herbert, 1921

 

Hughes, Charles Evans, 1923

 

Hugins, C. R., 1920

 

Jay, Augustus Peter, 1923-1924

 

Johnson, Stewart, 1923

 

Lane, Arthur Bliss, 1919-1924

Box 95

Madden, Martin B., 1923

 

Magruder, Alexander R., n.d.

 

Meyer, Cord, 1923

 

Newson, H. Dorsey, 1923

 

O'Laughlin, John Callan, 1923

 

Phillips, William, 1923

 

Richardson, R. Gilmore, 1923

 

Robbins, Warren D., 1921-1923

 

Rogers, John Jacob, 1919-1924

 

Ruddock, Albert B., 1919-1920

 

Schalk(?), H. A., 1924

 

Shaw, G. Howland, 1923

 

Stowell, Ellery C., 1918

 

White, John Campbell, 1923

 

Whitehouse, Sheldon, 1923

 

Williamson, Harold L., 1923

 

Wilson, Charles S., 1923

 

Wilson, Hugh R., 1919-1923

 

Wilson, Verne, Jr., 1923

 

Winslow, Alan F., 1923

 

Wright, J. Butler, 1919-1923

 

Correspondence of Secretary of State Charles E. Hughes (released for the press, November 9, 1922)

 

Data on foreign service's total strength

 

Departmental order no. 295 (Department of State), June 9, 1924

 

Executive Order no. 4022, June 7, 1924

 

Memoranda (mostly by H.G.)

 

Printed matter

Box 96

Reports, studies

 

By H.G.

 

By others

 

Text of House Resolution 6357

 

Roosevelt, Eleanor (Mrs. Franklin D.)

 

Roosevelt, Eleanor (Mrs. Theodore, Jr.)

 

Roosevelt, Franklin D.

 

Russian Red Cross in Poland, 1921

 

Sadikowa Choupaz, Natalie

 

Schmidt-Chevalier, Curt

 

Schofield, Rear Admiral, "Freedom of the Seas," December 21, 1921

 

Sims, Admiral William S.

 

Sino-Japanese War, 1932

 

Smith, Bedell

 

Soviet Union

 

General, 1920-1924

 

Agriculture. See CORRESPONDENCE, Rickard, Edgar, August 22, 1925

 

Foreign relations - Germany

 

Spaak, Paul Henri

 

Spain

 

Stalin, Joseph

 

Strother, French

 

Switzerland. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Martin, William

 

Thomas, Lowell

 

Thompson, Dorothy (Mrs. Sinclair Lewis), "The New Patriotism Is Peace: Third and Last Article in Which Women from Many Lands Make Their Pleas," 1930

 

Toynbee, Arnold J.

 

Turkey - Entry to the League of Nations, 1932

 

Tyler, Royall

 

United States

 

General

 

Armed forces, 1923

 

Army

 

American Expeditionary Forces, 1918

 

Headquarters Third Corps Area, 1924-1925. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Officers' Reserve Corps

 

Intelligence, 1918

 

Training manual, 1923

 

"Behold the Flag," by Ignatius I. Murphy

 

Comptroller General

 

Department of Justice

 

Department of State

 

General

 

Commercial attaches

 

Embassies - London

 

Foreign Service School

 

United Nations Affairs Division

 

Legations - Berne (Office of the military attache), 1918

 

Department of the Treasury

 

Elections, 1932

 

Financial situation, 1932

 

Foreign relations

 

General - Post World War II era

 

Argentina, 1920

 

Belgium, 1918

 

Cuba, 1903

 

France, 1918

 

Great Britain, 1911-1941

Box 97

Latin America, 1909-1911

 

Netherlands, 1921

 

Poland, 1919(?)

 

Soviet Union, 1920-1923

 

Switzerland, 1918

 

Foreign Relations Committee, 1917-1918

 

World War I

 

Moral preparadness

 

Treatment of prisoners of war

 

Upper Silesia - Plebiscite of March 20, 1921

 

General

 

Reports by H.G.

 

Upton, Charles S., "Peace? Why Not?" 1942

 

Vacuum Oil Company, N.Y., 1916-1919. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Maguire, J. J.

 

Walter Hines Page School of International Relations, N.Y.

 

Wheeler, Post and Hallie Ermine Rives

 

White, William Allen

 

Whitlock, Brand. See Belgium, World War I, German rule and actrocities

 

Wilbur, Ray Lyman

 

Wile, Frederic William

 

Williams, William Carlos

 

Wilson, Alexander, Why a New League of Nations Will Not Succeed in Enforcing a Permanent Peace in an Uncivilized World, 1944

 

Wilson, Hugh R.

 

Wilson, Woodrow

 

Wolf, Otto

 

Wood, Leona P. - Correspondence re her request for birthdates and a few lines for the "Friendship Calendar" (birthday book) she is preparing for H.G., 1909

 

World War I

 

Allied intervention in Russia

 

Debts payments

 

France

 

Germany

 

Great Britain

 

Pamphlets (mostly Belgian, some French)

 

Poland

 

Reports by H.G., August 21, 1917 -April 16, 1918

 

Yale University

 

Young Women's Christian Associations

 

Yugoslavia

Box: 98-101

DIPLOMATIC POSTS, 1908-1938

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and speeches arranged alphabetically by name of country where Hugh Gibson was assigned in the course of his foreign service career
Box 98

Belgium (Brussels), 1914-1916; 1927-1933; 1937-1938

 

Appointment as Ambassador

 

1927

 

General

 

Congratulations sent to Hugh and Ynes Gibson

 

1937 - Congratulations sent to Hugh and Ynes Gibson

 

Clubs

 

Correspondence with Embassy

 

General, 1927-1930

 

Groves, J. Philip, 1930-1933

 

Mayer, Ferdinand L., 1931

 

Wilson, Warden McK., 1930

 

Woodward, Stanley, 1932-1933

 

Embassy compound and servants

 

Evaluation of State and other Departments' officials

 

German accusations against H.G., 1918

 

Miscellaneous

 

Resignation, 1933

 

Speeches

Box 99

Brazil (Rio de Janeiro), 1933-1937

 

General

 

Appointment as Ambassador, 1933

 

Clubs

 

Correspondence - In and outgoing telegrams, 1933-1935

 

Frost, Mr., Counselor of the Embassy

 

Memoranda on U.S.-Brazil relations and U.S. Latin American policy

 

Speeches

 

Trade agreement between Brazil and the U.S., 1935

 

Cuba (Havana), 1911-1913

 

France (Paris), 1918

 

General

 

Assignment as First Secretary, 1918

 

Correspondence - In and outgoing telegrams

 

March-July 1918

 

July-November 1918

 

Miscellaneous

 

Honduras (Tegucigalpa), 1908-1909

 

Luxemburg (Brussels, stationed in), 1927-1933; 1937-1938

Box 100

Poland (Warsaw), 1919-1924

 

General

 

Accountant of Legation, John Weber

 

Accounts

 

General

 

Telegram account

 

Clubs. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Grodski, Stanislaw

 

Correspondence

 

With Polish officials, 1921-1924

 

With the Secretary of State, 1919-1923

 

Guarantee Trust Company of New York - Contract with the Polish Government, 1921

 

Guest lists

 

Invitations

 

Received by H.G.

 

Sent out by H.G.

 

Legation compound and servants

 

Miscellaneous

 

Memoranda

 

For conversations with Polish officials

 

Re the Frank Morse case, 1923-1924

 

Polish Red Cross - Honorary Diploma confered upon H.G., 1921

 

Relief work

 

Assistance extended

 

To individuals

 

To Russians in Poland. See also SUBJECT FILE, Russian Red Cross in Poland

 

To the intelligentsia

 

Correspondence

 

With Philip S. Baldwin, 1921

 

With Walter L. Brown, 1920

 

With Herbert Hoover, 1920

 

With Cyril J. C. Quinn, 1920-1921

 

With various relief groups and organizations

Box 101

Reports

 

Re Paderewski's return, 1919. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Dulles, Allen, November 20, 1919; Hoover, Herbert, and House, Edward M., April 29, 1919; and Wilson, Woodrow, July 18, 1920

 

Weekly Political Reports to the Secretary of State

 

1921

 

1922

 

1923

 

1924

 

Request for increase in contingent fund due to higher cost of living, 1924

 

Secretaries of Legation

 

Boal, Pierre de L.

 

Moffat, Jay Pierrepont

 

Telegrams, October 1919 -January 1923

 

Transfer to Switzerland, 1924

 

Travel within the country

 

Switzerland (Bern), 1924-1927

 

Appointment as Ambassador, 1924. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Ambrose, W. H.

 

Correspondence with Lucile Atcherson, 1926

 

Invitations, received and sent out

 

Memoranda

 

Miscellaneous

 

Transfer to Belgium, 1927

Box: 102-121

DISARMAMENT CONFERENCES, 1926-1933

Scope and Content Note

Charts, correspondence, graphs, memoranda, minutes of meetings, printed matter, reports, and studies arranged chronologically by conference. As the series of disarmament conferences was an ongoing process, with conferences adjourning to await the outcome of others, some overlap could not be avoided
Box 102

Conference on the Limitation of Armament, Cannes, France, 1922

 

Conference for the Supervision of the International Trade in Arms and Ammunition and in Implements of War, Geneva, 1925

 

Preparatory Commission for the General Disarmament Conference, 1926-1932. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Murray, George D.

 

General

 

Outline of the positions of the leading countries for and against budgetary limitations, 1931

 

Papers put together by H.G. (32 indexed documents)

 

1st session, May 1926

 

Instructions for the American delegation

 

Speeches

 

2nd session, September 1926

 

Correspondence

 

Sub-Commission B

 

3rd session, March 1927 (4th session, Nov.)

 

Documents

 

List of delegates

 

Official report

 

Speeches

 

5th session, March 1928

 

Anglo-French Agreement

 

Correspondence

 

With other delegations

 

With the Secretary of State

 

Memoranda

 

Press clippings

 

Speeches

 

Telegrams, March 12-28

 

6th session

 

First Part, April 1929 (adjourned May 6 to await the outcome of the London Naval Conference, 1930)

 

General

 

Adjournment

 

Correspondence

 

Between Herbert Hoover and J. Ramsay MacDonald

 

Of H.G.

 

Congratulations and proposals sent by various individuals and peace organizations

 

Miscellaneous

 

With other delegations

 

With the Secretary of State

 

Documents

 

France

 

Great Britain

 

Turkey

Box 103

Memoranda

 

General

 

Of conversations

 

Press clippings. See also Memoranda, General

 

Report by Frank B. Kellogg

 

Speeches

 

By H.G.

 

By others

 

Telegrams

 

Received

 

April-May

 

June-September

 

Sent out, April-May

 

Second Part, November 1930

 

Commendation of advisors attached to the American delegation

 

Correspondence

 

Congratulations and proposals sent by various individuals and peace organizations

 

With other delegations

 

With Norman Armour, November 1930 -April 1931

 

With William Castle

 

With the Secretary of State

Box 104

Documents

 

Instructions for H.G.

 

Invitations received from other delegations

 

List of delegates

 

Memoranda

 

Miscellaneous

 

Press clippings (including bound volume). See also Correspondence with Norman Armour

 

Speeches

 

Telegrams

 

Received, Nov. 3 -Dec. 8

 

Sent out, Nov. 5 -Dec. 9

Box 105

Further talks and negotiations, 1931-1932. See also 6th session, Second Part, Correspondence with Norman Armour

 

Memoranda

 

General

 

Of conversations, September 1931

 

Notes and suggestions regarding budget limitation, April 21, 1931

 

Press clippings

 

Statement by H.G., September 7, 1931

 

Telegrams between the Secretary of State and

 

London embassy, Jan.-Nov. 1931

 

Rome embassy, Feb. 1931 -Jan. 1932

 

Other embassies and legations, June-Nov. 1931

Box 106

Tripartite Naval Conference, Geneva, 1927

 

General

 

Coolidge Proposal calling for the conference, February 10

 

Correspondence between the United States, Great Britain, Japan, France and Italy

 

Data, maps

 

Delegations - United States

 

Department of the Navy. General Board Report

 

Informal meeting of delegates held at the Hotel Beau Rivage in Viscount Saito's Rooms, July 6

 

Memoranda of conversations, June-July

 

Press clippings. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Dulles, Allen, November 14, 1927

 

Speeches

 

Telegrams

 

Received, February 3 -August 5

Box 107

Sent out

 

February 14 -July 15

 

July 16 -August 5

 

London Naval Conference, 1929-1931

 

General

 

Anglo-American policies

 

Anglo-French-Italian Naval Agreement, March 1931

 

Congratulations and proposals sent by various individuals and peace organizations. See also CORRESPONDENCE, American Friends Service Committee

 

Data

 

Delegations - American

 

General

 

Secretariat memoranda

 

Tentative plan

 

Directory

Box 108

Documents

 

General

 

France

 

Great Britain

 

Italy

 

Japan

 

First Committee - Meetings and reports

Physical Description: 4 folders)
Box 109

Fourth plenary session, February 11

 

Franco-Italian negotiations, 1930-1931

 

Memoranda

 

General

 

Of conversations

 

Sent to other governments

 

Miscellaneous

 

Naval intelligence reports and statistics

 

Preliminary talks and negotiations, 1929

 

General

 

Anglo-American understanding

 

Anglo-French conversations (including accord of 1928)

 

Convocation of Powers signatory to the Washington Treaty - Correspondence, October-December

 

Memoranda of conversations

 

Telegrams sent to the Secretary of State from

 

London embassy, June-August

 

Paris embassy, November-December

Box 110

Press clippings

 

Press communiques

 

Printed material

 

Secretariat notices

 

Speeches

 

Subcommittees reports

 

Submarines - The question of their abolition

 

Summaries of the British and French press

Box 111

Telegrams

 

Received

 

January 11 -February 9, 1930

 

February 10 -February 25

 

February 26 -March 16

 

March 17 -April 3

 

April 4 -April 20

Box 112

Sent

 

To American embassy, Tokyo, January 21 -April 11, 1930

 

To American embassies in Paris and in Rome, and to the Secratary of State, October 14 -November 6

 

To the Secretary of State, January 17 -April 14

 

Summary of telegrams exchanged on the subject of naval armaments since May 27, 1929

 

Treaty

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General Disarmament Conference, Geneva, 1930-1933

 

General

 

Agreement of Understanding and Cooperation between the Four Western Powers, Dec. 11, 1932

 

Appointment of H.G. as delegate, January 4, 1932

 

Armaments Year Book. General and Statistical Information in regard to Land, Naval and Air Armaments, 1932

 

Correspondence

 

Congratulations and proposals sent by various individuals and peace organizations. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Adams, Jane and Glenn, Otis F.

 

With Norman Armour, April-July 1932

 

With Walter E. Edge, May-June 1932

 

With John W. Garrett, June-July 1932

 

With other delegations, 1932

 

Delegations - American - Sick reports

 

Diaries

 

Of H.G. (minutes and memoranda of meetings)

 

Of Jay Pierrepont Moffat

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Documents

 

Belgium

 

Czechoslovakia

 

Denmark

 

France

 

General. See also Preparatory Commission, Correspondence with Norman Armour

 

Budget, 1931-1932

 

Germany

 

Great Britain

 

Greece

 

Hungary

 

Italy

 

Japan