Preliminary Inventory to the Lawrence Fertig Papers, 1943-1978

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Preliminary Inventory to the Lawrence Fertig Papers, 1943-1978

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

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  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Lawrence Fertig Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1943-1978
Collection number: 78112
Creator: Fertig, Lawrence
Collection Size: 6 manuscript boxes, 3 oversize boxes, 2 motion picture film reels, 9 phonotapes (7.8 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Speeches and writings, correspondence, printed matter, sound recordings, and motion picture film, relating to U.S. and international economic policy, and laissez-faire economics
Language: English.

Administrative Information


Collection is open for research.
The Hoover Institution Archives only allows access to copies of audiovisual items. To listen to sound recordings or to view videos or films during your visit, please contact the Archives at least two working days before your arrival. We will then advise you of the accessibility of the material you wish to see or hear. Please note that not all audiovisual material is immediately accessible.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Lawrence Fertig papers, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1978.


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 . 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

Economic policy.
International economic relations.
United States--Politics and government.
United States--Economic conditions--1945-
United States--Economic policy.

Container List

Box 1.

Accuracy in Media


America's Future, Inc.


American Civil Liberties Union


American-African affairs


Anderson, Martin


Mises, Ludwig von










Foundations contributing to his projects


Festschrift and other honors


Committee for Economic Development


Barnes, Harry Elmer


Baruch, Bernard


Burgess, W. R. (U.S. Treasury)


Brozen, Yale


Burns, Arthur


Colleges and universities (Correspondence)


General and miscellaneous


Conservative Party


Cortney, Philip

Box 2.

Hayek, Friedrich


Dahlberg, Arthur G.


Davenport, John


Federal Reserve


Foundation for Economic Education


Friedman, Milton


Hahn, Albert


Goldwater, Barry


Haberler, G.


Gainsbrugh, Martin H.


Hahn, Nicolaus and Nora


Harriman, Averell


New York University


Resignation from Board








General, 1962-1976

Box 3.

Heller, Walter




Institute of Economic Affairs (London)


Peterson, William H.


Hicks, Orton (Dartmouth)


Human Events


Hutt, W. H.


Javits, Ben


Keynes, John M.


Levine, Isaac Don


McLearn, Bill


Lyons, Gene (Readers Digest)


McArthur, Charles


Petro, Sylvester


Philadelphia Society (Don Lipsett)


Norwegian publications


Perlo, Victor


Right to work


Roepke, Wilhelm


Rueff, Jacques


Rimanoczy, Richard


Rusk, Dean


Rogge, Ben


Saulnier, Raymond


Tullner, Dan (Cornell alumni)


Sennholz, Hans


West, Rebecca


Wedemeyer, General A.C.


Wilson, C.E. (General Motors)


"Right Premise - Wrong Conclusion," The Freeman, Jan. 1967


World-Telegram and other papers (Column)


Fortnight Magazine (Reprints)

Box 4.

World-Telegram (Correspondence)


Columbia Features (Correspondence)


Column correspondence




Commonwealth Club, Oct. 21, 1966


Rockford College, Dec. 1972




Conservative Party, 1966


Women's Republican Club, Jan. 27, 1966


Economic Club of Detroit, May 1, 1961


Society of the Four Arts, March 2, 1971


Employers Association, Milwaukee, Apr. 13, 1972


Statement on educational policy, 1971-72


Meet the Press, 1965-66


Women Investors, Nov. 9, 1965


U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Apr. 28, 1965


New York Federation of Women's Clubs, Feb. 26, 1964


National Conference of Christians and Jews, Dec. 3, 1964


Committee for Monetary Research and Education, Nov. 14, 1974

Box 5.

New York University Men-in-Finance Club, 1965-68


Miscellaneous, 1963-67


Invitations to speak


Mont Pelerin




The Image of the Entrepreneur in the U.S., 1970




Miscellaneous printed matter

Box 6.

Stepelevich, Lawrence S., ed., The Capitalist Reader


New York State Temporary Commission on Educational Finances, Final Report, 1956


The Incredible Bread Machine


Fertig, Lawrence, Prosperity through Freedom


Wiegand, G. Carl, ed., The Menace of Inflation


What's Past Is Prologue

Box 7.

Scrapbook I, 1944-1949


Scrapbook II, 1949-1952


Scrapbook IV, 1963-1966

Box 8.

Scrapbook III, 1953-1962

Box 9.

Scrapbook V, 1966-1967


Scrapbook on Prosperity through Freedom