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Series Description

Boxes 1-2.

Biographical File, 1937-1978.

Scope and Content Note

Biographical sketches, clippings, interviews, lecture notices, and miscellany, relating to the life of Freda Utley, arranged alphabetically by form
Boxes 2-13.

Correspondence, Alphabetical, 1886-1977.

Scope and Content Note

Significant correspondence of Freda Utley, arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Includes a few letters neither from nor to Freda Utley, arranged alphabetically by author
Boxes 14-18.

Correspondence, Chronological, 1919-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Less significant correspondence of Freda Utley, arranged chronologically. Includes a few letters neither from nor to Freda Utley
Boxes 18-29.

Speeches And Writings, Dated, 1930-1974.

Scope and Content Note

Drafts and/or printed copies of speeches and writings by Freda Utley, arranged chronologically. Includes reviews of her books and some related promotional material
Boxes 29-32.

Speeches And Writings, Undated.

Scope and Content Note

Drafts of undated, and mainly unpublished, speeches and writings by Freda Utley, arranged alphabetically by title. In a few cases includes printed copies of articles whose publication dates could not be ascertained
Boxes 32-36.

Speeches And Writings, Fragments Of, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Fragments of drafts for unidentifiable speeches and writings by Freda Utley, unarranged
Boxes 37-41.

Notebooks, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Notes assembled by Freda Utley for use in her speeches and writings, not readily divisible by subject, unarranged
Boxes 42-84.

Subject File, 1936-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, serial issues, pamphlets, reprints, leaflets, bulletins, newsletters, other printed matter, typed copies and translations of printed matter, press summaries, press releases, news dispatches, speech transcripts, memoranda, lists, notes, and miscellany, relating broadly to contemporaneous political, social and economic conditions in most parts of the world, arranged alphabetically by subject. In most cases subjects are names of countries or other geographical areas
 

Audio-Visual File.

Scope and Content Note

See Photo Card Catalog

Container List

 

Biographical File, 1937-1978

Box 1., Folder 1

Biographical sketches

Folder 2-4

Clippings

Folder 5

Immigration materials (affidavits, applications, memoranda, and bills, relating to the admission of Freda Utley to the United States)

Folder 6

Interviews (summaries and notes of interviews of Freda Utley by others)

Box 2., Folder l

Lecture notices

Folder 2

Miscellany (includes certificates, and memorial service program)

Folder 3

Publicity materials (press releases, and brochures)

 

Correspondence, Alphabetical, 1886-1977

Box 2., Folder 4

Achenbach, Ernst, 1952-1954

Folder 5

Ad Hoc Committee on the Middle East, 1968

Folder 6

Ahrens, Hanns Dietrich, 1953-1970

Folder 7

Alsop, Joseph, 1952

Folder 8

American China Policy Association, 1944-1949

Box 3., Folder 1-2

American China Policy Association, 1950-1959

Folder 3

American Committee for Christian Refugees, 1940

Folder 4

American Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression, 1938

Folder 5

American Council for Judaism, 1956-1959

Folder 6

American Friends of the Middle East, 1957-1958

Folder 7

American Friends' Service Committee, 1941-1958

Folder 8

American Legion, 1953-1955

Folder 9

American Legion Magazine, 1950-1953

Folder 10

American Mercury, 1942-1956

Folder 11

American Middle East Rehabilitation, 1964-1968

Folder 12

Amini, Ali, 1957-1958

Folder 13

App, Austin J., 1950-1974

Folder 14

Arabian American Oil Company, 1957

Folder 15

Asha, Rafik, 1957

Folder 16

Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League, 1956-1968

Folder 17

Atequi, Abdul Rahman, 1971-1973

Folder 18

Atlantic Monthly, 1941-1968

Box 4., Folder 1

Baird, Alexander, 1944-1955

Folder 2

Balabanoff, Angelica, 1944-1945

Folder 3

Baldwin, Roger N., 1942

Folder 4

Barnes, Harry Elmer, 1951-1957

Folder 5

Barten, Ernst H., 1949-1971

Folder 6

Battle, Lucius D., 1965-1971

Folder 7

Bauer, Maximilian B., 1960

Folder 8

Bell Syndicate, 1948

Folder 9

Bertrand Russell Archives, 1969-1970

Folder 10

Besant, Annie, 1886

Folder 11

Biddle, Francis, 1942

Folder 

Bingham, Alfred M. see Common Sense

Folder 12

Bishara, Abdulla Yaccoub, 1973

Folder 13

Blake, Peter, 1951-1961

Folder 14

Blomberg, Frary von, Baron, 1951-1971

Folder 15

Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1947-1950

Folder 16

Boeker, Alexander, 1948

Folder 17

Boettiger, Anna Roosevelt, 1942

Folder 18

Bourguiba, Habib, Jr., 1962

Folder 19

Bowles, Chester, 1941-1944

Folder 20

Boxer, Charles, 1939

Folder 21

Brailsford, H. N., 1954

Folder 22

Brandt, Karl, 1949

Folder 23

Braun, Freiherr von, 1951-1958

Folder 24

Brewster, Owen, 1950

Folder 25

Bridges, Styles, 1953-1958

Folder 26

Bucerius, Gerd, 1950-1951

Folder 27

Buchanan, Rab, 1928-1959

Folder 28

Buck, Pearl S., 1940-1945

Folder 29

Buckley, James L., 1971

 

Buckley, William F., Jr. see National Review

Folder 30

Buffett, Howard, 1952

Folder 31

Burton, Dora, 1946-1950

Folder 32

Burton, Wilbur, 1948-1954

Folder 33

Cain, Harry P., 1954

Folder 34

Calverton, V. F., n.d.

Folder 35

Campaign for the 48 States, 1955

Folder 36

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1958

Folder 37

Capper, Arthur, 1943

Folder 38

Carlson, Evans, 1939-1946

Folder 39

Carr, E. H., 1936

Folder 40

Chamberlin, William Henry, 1952-1955

Folder 41

Chambrun, Jacques, 1947-1954

Folder 42

Chanderli, Abdul Kader, 1957

Folder 43

Chang, Hajji Yusuf, 1956-1960

Folder 44

Chang, Kuo-sin, 1948

Folder 45

Chavez, Dennis, 1950

Folder 46

Chen, Chih-mai, 1945-1972

Box 5., Folder 1

Chen, Chih-ping, 1957

Folder 2

Chiang, Kai-shek, 1956-1957

Folder 3

China Weekly Review, 1938-1948

Folder 4

Christian Anti-Communist Crusade, 1974

Folder 5

Cincinnati Enquirer, 1954-1957

Folder 6

Clay, Lucius D., 1948

Folder 7

Cohn, Roy, 1954

Folder 8

Columbia Lecture Bureau, 1940-1950

Folder 9

Common Sense, 1940-1944

Folder 10

Commonweal, 1952

Folder 11

Congress for Cultural Freedom, 1950-1954

Folder 12

Congress of Freedom, 1955-1956

Folder 13

Cooke, Charles M., 1955-1963

Folder 14

Crane, John B., 1949-1955

Folder 15

Dallas, George, 1954-1955

Folder 16

Degras, Jane, 1941-1970

Folder 17

Dennis, Lawrence, 1955. see also SUBJECT FILE

Folder 18

Dessouki, Salah, 1961-1964

Folder 19

Devin-Adair Company, 1958-1973

Folder 20

Dewar, Rita, 1941-1972

Folder 21

Dirksen, Everett McKinley, 1964

Folder 22

Dodd, Thomas J., 1962-1965

Folder 23

Dodd, Mead and Company, 1970-1972

Folder 24

Donovan, William J., 1948

Folder 25

Dooley, Thomas A., 1957-1958

Folder 26

Dooman, Eugene H., 1952

Folder 27

Douglas, Paul H., 1955-1958

Folder 28

Duehring, Walter, 1960-1968

Folder 29

Duff, J. Arthur, 1956

Folder 30

Durdin, Tillman, 1962

Folder 31

Eastland, James O., 1955

Folder 32

Eastman, Max, 1940-1966. see also SUBJECT FILE

Folder 33

Eaton, Charles A., n.d.

Folder 34

Elliott, William Yandell, 1950

Folder 35

Emmet, Christopher, 1947

Folder 36

Epstein, Julius, 1951-1953

Folder 37

Ernst August, Prince, 1952-1953

Folder 38

Evans, M. Stanton, 1955-1970

 

Evans, Medford. see Facts Forum

Folder 39

Evans, Rowland, Jr., 1971

Folder 40

Everett, Willis M., Jr., 1954

Folder 41

Faber and Faber Company, 1939-1974

Folder 42

Facts Forum, 1954-1955

Folder 43

Ferguson, Homer, 1944-1952

Folder 44

Ferlisi, Alfredo, 1960-1971

Box 6., Folder 1

Fischer, Hanns, 1958-1970

Folder 2

Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 1940

Folder 3

Flanders, Ralph E., 1957-1958

Folder 4

Flynn, John T., 1944-1949

Folder 5

Foreign Affairs, 1940

Folder 6

Forster, Clifford, 1953-1954

Folder 7

Fortune, 1942-1949

Folder 8

Foundation for Foreign Affairs, 1950-1958

Folder 9

Fraser, A. G., 1939

Folder 10

Freeman, 1950-1955

Folder 11

Frei, Erich, 1953-1970

Folder 12

Friends of Democracy, 1951

Folder 13

Fulbright, J. William, 1971-1972

Folder 14

George Allen and Unwin Company, 1949-1955

Folder 15

Goldsmith, Sybil, 1949-1968

Folder 16

Gould, Randall, 1939-1940. see also Starr, Park and Freeman Company

Folder 17

Graves, Sidney, 1944-1961

Folder 18

Green, Theodore Francis, 1958

Folder 19

Grenfell, Russell, 1953

Folder 20

Grundner, Gerhard, 1952-1953

Folder 21

Haikal, Y., 1958

Folder 22

Hamilton, Edith, 1945-1949

 

Hanighen, Frank C. see Human Events

Folder 23

Hankinson, Norman, 1953-1954

 

Hart, Merwin K. see National Economic Council

Folder 24

Harten, K. P., 1952-1953

Folder 25

Hatem, Abdul Kader, 1963

Folder 26

Hatfield, Mark O., 1971

Folder 27

Hebert, Edward, 1971

Folder 28

Heffron, Edward J., 1952-1953

Folder 29

Heimlich, William F., 1955

Folder 30

Henderson, Loy W., 1940-1969

Folder 31

Henry Holt and Company, 1958

Folder 32

Henry Regnery Company, 1948-1959

Box 7., Folder 1

Henry Regnery Company, 1961-1977

Folder 2

Herron, George B., 1958

Folder 3

Heymann, Egon, 1950-1958

Folder 4

Hickenlooper, Bourke B., 1958-1966

Folder 5

Hill and Knowlton Company, 1952-1970

Folder 6

Ho, Shai Lai, 1955-1972

Folder 7

Hocking, William Ernest, 1963-1964

Folder 8

Hogan, John F., Jr., 1967-1972

Folder 9

Holman, Rufus C., 1944

Folder 10

Holmes, John Haynes, 1942

 

Holt, L. Emmett, Jr. see American Middle East Rehabilitation

Folder 11

Holt, Olivia, 1964

Folder 12

Hook, Sidney, 1941-1970

Folder 13

Hoover, Herbert, 1949-1955

Folder 14

Hu, Chiu-yuan, 1956-1958

Folder 15

Hu, Shih, 1942-1944

Folder 16

Hudson, Geoffrey, 1938-1970

Folder 17

Human Events, 1944-1956

Folder 18

Humphrey, Hubert H., 1957-1964

Folder 19

Hunt, H. L., 1956

Folder 20

Hussein, Ahmed, 1957

Folder 21

Independent Labour Party, 1939-1949

Folder 22

Jackson, Henry M., 1971

Folder 23

Jamali, Mohammad Fadhel, 1957

Folder 24

Javits, Jacob K., 1969

Folder 25

Jewish Labor Committee, 1942-1943

Folder 26

John Day Company, 1940-1946

Folder 27

Johnson, Philip, 1963-1965

Folder 28

Judd, Walter H., 1944-1961

Folder 29

Jung, Ernst, 1955

Folder 30

Kalckreuth, Gerty, Graefin, 1958-1963

Folder 31

Kalckreuth, Joachim, Graf, 1952-1965

Box 8., Folder 1

Kamel, Mostafa, 1958

Folder 2

Kampelman, Max M., 1968-1970

Folder 3

Kao, Tsung-wu, 1943-1944

Folder 4

Keedick, Lee, 1947-1953

Folder 5

Kem, James P., 1951

Folder 6

Kennedy, John F., 1957

Folder 7

Kerensky, Alexander, 1940

Folder 8

Kesselring, Albert, 1953-1958

Folder 9

Kfoury, Robert, 1957-1959

Folder 10

Kilpatrick, James J., 1957

Folder 11

Klein, Herbert G., 1971

Folder 12

Klingelhofer, Albert, 1952-1961

Folder 13

Knowland, William F., 1954-1958

Folder 

Kohlberg, Alfred. see American China Policy Association

Folder 14

Kranzbuehler, Otto, 1953-1962

Folder 15

Kuebler, Paul C., 1948-1952

Folder 16

Kuhn, Irene Corbally, 1947-1977

Folder 17

Laird, Melvin R., 1971-1974

Folder 18

Langer, William, 1949-1954

Folder 19

Laski, Harold J., 1937

Folder 20

Lattimore, Owen, 1952. see also Schmidt, Egan and Murray; BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, under Clippings; and SUBJECT FILE

Folder 21

Leinfelder, Georg, 1953

Folder 22

Levine, Isaac Don, 1946-1963

Folder 23

Lewis, Fulton, Jr., 1951

Folder 24

Life, 1945-1954

Folder 25

Lilienthal, Alfred, 1971

Folder 26

Lindbergh, Anne Morrow, 1944

Folder 27

Lindbergh, Charles A., 1970

Folder 28

Loeb, William, 1952-1973

Folder 29

Loewenstein, Hubertus zu, Prince, 1953-1955

Folder 30

Longworth, Alice Roosevelt, 1944

Folder 31

Lovestone, Jay, 1956

Folder 32

Luce, Clare Boothe, 1944-1947

Folder 

Luce, Henry R. see Life. and Time

Folder 

Lyons, Eugene. see American Mercury. and Reader's Digest

Folder 33

MacArthur, Douglas, 1954

Folder 34

McCarran, Pat, 1951-1952

Folder 35

McCarthy, Joseph R., 1950-1954. see also SUBJECT FILE

Folder 36

Macdonald, Dwight, 1962-1967

Folder 37

McKneally, Martin B., 1951-1953

Folder 38

McNamara, Robert, 1972

Folder 39

Maloney, Francis, 1943-1944

Folder 40

Mandel, Benjamin, 1950-1956

Folder 41

Manes, Alfred, 1942-1943

Folder 42

Mannin, Ethel, 1964

Folder 43

Marquand, John P., 1944-1948

Folder 44

Mason, Frank E., 1947-1962

Folder 45

Matthews, J. B., 1942

Folder 46

Maurer, Herrymon, 1948

Box 9., Folder 1

Menjou, Adolphe, 1954-1955

Folder 2

Miles, Milton E., n.d.

Folder 3

Mohr, Gretel, 1952-1963

Folder 

Morley, Felix. see Human Events

Folder 4

Muggeridge, Malcolm, 1948-1971

Folder 5

Mundt, Karl E., 1946-1964

Folder 6

Nasser, Gamal Abdel, 1959-1965. see also SUBJECT FILE, under Egypt

Folder 7

National Economic Council, 1952-1972

Folder 8

National Press, 1967-1970

Folder 9

National Review, 1952-1971

Folder 10

Nedelmann, Heinz, 1949-1976

Folder 

Nelson, Frederic. see Saturday Evening Post

Folder 11

Nelson, Sylvia, 1942-1945

Folder 12

New Statesman and Nation, 1939

Folder 13

New York Times, 1947-1968

Folder 14

News Chronicle (London), 1938

Folder 15

Nixon, Richard M., 1955-1971

Folder 16

Noelke (H. H.) Verlag, 1951-1957

Folder 17

North, Robert C., n.d.

Folder 18

Norton, Florence, 1951-1966. see also Freeman

Folder 19

Nye, Gerald P., 1943-1944

Folder 20

O'Conor, Herbert, 1952

Folder 21

Odlum, Victor W., 1948-1949

Folder 22

Oeftering, H. M., 1953

Folder 23

Ogren, Pat, 1958-1959

Folder 24

O'Hara, Joseph P., 1941-1944

Folder 25

Palestine Arab Refugee Office, 1956-1957

Folder 26

Papen, Franz von, 1948-1954

Folder 27

Papen, Franz von, Jr., 1958-1959

Folder 28

Pathfinder, 1952-1953

Folder 29

Pearson, Drew, 1954

Folder 30

Pegler, Westbrook, n.d.

Folder 31

Phillips, Emily, 1933-1963

Folder 32

Plesse Verlag, 1958-1963

Folder 33

Ponce de Leon, Guy, 1965

Folder 

Powell, J. B. see China Weekly Review. and SUBJECT FILE, under Eastman, Max

Folder 34

Princeton University, 1941-1944

Folder 35

Progressive, 1944

Folder 36

Rahim, Kamil A., 1957-1960

Folder 37

Ram Goel, Sita, 1953-1958

Folder 38

Ram Swarup, 1955-1974

Box 10., Folder 1

al-Rashid, Rashid, 1973

Folder 2-3

Reader's Digest, 1942-1974

Folder 4

Redpath Bureau, 1951-1970

Folder 

Regnery, Henry. see Henry Regnery Company

Folder 

Regnery, William H. see Foundation for Foreign Affairs

Folder 5

Reimann, Guenter, 1937-1974

Folder 6

Religion and Society, 1970-1971

Folder 7

Reporter, 1952-1957

Folder 8

Rheinlaender, Paul, 1952-1965

Folder 9

Ribbentrop, Annelies von, 1958

Folder 10

Richardson Foundation, 1956

Folder 11

Rifa'i, Abdul Monem, n.d.

Folder 12

Robertson, Walter S., 1954-1957

Folder 13

Roechling, Ernst, 1955

Folder 14

Rohland, Walter, 1952-1966

Folder 15

Rolland, Romain, 1937

Folder 16

Rountree, William M., 1957-1958

Folder 17

Russell, Bertrand, 1930-1968. see also Bertrand Russell Archives; and SUBJECT FILE

Folder 18

Russell, Patricia, 1937-1961

Folder 19

Russell, Richard B., 1944

Folder 20

Ryskind, Morrie, 1955

Folder 21

St. George, Katherine, 1950-1964

Folder 22

Sansom, Sir George, 1940-1944

Folder 23

Sansom, Lady Katherine, 1939-1954

Folder 24

Saturday Evening Post, 1942-1974

Folder 25

Saturday Review of Literature, 1951-1961

Folder 26

Sayegh, Fayez A., 1957

Folder 27

Schacht, Hjalmar, 1953-1954

Folder 28

Schelfhout, Paul, 1960

Folder 29

Schlafly, Phyllis, 1969-1970

Folder 30

Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr., 1961-1970

Folder 31

Schmid, Karlo, 1950

Folder 32

Schmidt, Egan and Murray (law firm), 1952

Box 11., Folder 1

Schoknecht, Werner, 1953-1954

Folder 2

Schumacher-Nelles, Johann, 1949-1950

Folder 3

Scott, Charles Ernest, 1949-1956

Folder 4

Scott, H. Vernon, 1970

Folder 5

Selvage, Lee and Chase Company, 1953-1955

Folder 6

Shah, Konsin C., 1957-1971

Folder 7

Shakespeare, Frank, 1969-1970

Folder 8

Sharaf, Abdul Hamid, 1971-1972

Folder 9

Shaw, George Bernard, 1937

Folder 10

Shehab, Fakri, 1963-1964

Folder 11

Sign, 1947

Folder 12

Skoniecki, A. A., 1945

Folder 13

Skorzeny, Ilse, 1954-1958

Folder 14

Skorzeny, Otto, 1954-1959

Folder 15

Smal-Stocki, Roman, 1953

Folder 16

Smedley, Agnes, 1944

Folder 17

Smith, Margaret Chase, 1951

Folder 18

Smith, Truman, 1944-1953

Folder 19

Sohl, Hans-Guenther, 1963

Folder 20

Sokolsky, George E., 1950-1954

Folder 21

Sourwine, J. G., 1972

Folder 22

Souvarine, Boris, n.d.

Folder 23

Speidel, Hans, 1949-1954

Folder 24

Spiegel, 1952

Folder 25

Staar, Richard F., 1956

Folder 26

Starr, Park and Freeman Company, 1941-1971. see also Subject File

Folder 27

Stennes, Walther, 1952-1972

Folder 28

Stimson, Henry L., 1939

Folder 29

Stinnes, Otto, 1953-1955

Folder 30

Stratemeyer, George E., 1955

Folder 31

Strausz-Hupe, Robert, 1951-1956

Folder 32

Taft, Robert A., 1944-1953

Folder 33

Tariki, Abdullah H., 1960-1961

Folder 34

Taylor, Telford, 1948

Box 12., Folder 1

Thomas, Norman, 1944-1964

Folder 2

Thompson, Dorothy, 1955-1958

Folder 3

Thompson, H. Keith, 1954

Folder 4

Thompson, Llewellyn E., 1962

Folder 5

Time, 1940-1970

Folder 6

Toynbee, Arnold, 1961

Folder 7

Triumph, 1967

Folder 8

Tyson, Francis D., 1943-1944

Folder 9

U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, 1947-1958

Folder 10

U.S. Consulate General, Montreal, Canada, 1940-1944

Folder 11

U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1940-1945

Folder 12-13

Utley, Emily, 1926-1945

Folder 14

Utley, Emsie, 1933-1961

Folder 15

Utley, Jon, 1941-1973

Folder 16

Utley, Temple, 1913-1935

Folder 17

Utley, William, 1911-1917

Folder 18

Valdeiglesias, Jose Ignacio, Marques, 1954-1958

Folder 19

Veale, F. J. P., 1953-1961

Folder 20

Verlag Fritz Schlichtenmayer, 1961-1963

Folder 21

Verlag Karl Heinz Priester, 1960-1961

Box 13., Folder l

Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1944-1945

Folder 2

Voorhis, Jerry, 1942-1944

Folder 3

Wagner, Hans, 1950

Folder 4

Wahba, Moustapha, 1960

Folder 5

Waldman, Louis, 1970

Folder 

Walsh, Richard J. see John Day Company

Folder 6

Walter, Heinrich, 1949

Folder 7

Washington Post, 1952-1970

Folder 8

Webb, Sidney, 1936

Folder 9

Weber, Erhart, 1948-1969

Folder 10

Weber, Wilhelm, 1952

Folder 11

Wedemeyer, Albert C., 1946-1961. see also SUBJECT FILE

Folder 12

Wehner, Herbert, 1952

Folder 13

Wei, James, 1972

Folder 14

Werner, Franz, 1949-1953

Folder 15

Wheeler, Burton K., 1944

Folder 16

White, Harry Dexter, 1945

Folder 17

White, William L., 1948-1955

Folder 18

William, Maurice, 1944

Folder 19

William Collins Sons and Company, 1970-1971

Folder 20

William Volker Fund, 1953-1954

Folder 21

Williams, C. Dickerman, 1943-1961

Folder 22

Wilms, Ernst, 1948-1955

Folder 23

Wittfogel, Karl A., 1951. see also SUBJECT FILE

Folder 24

Wolfe, Bertram D., 1946

Folder 25

Wolfe, Ella, 1945

Folder 26

Women for Nixon-Agnew, 1968

Folder 27

Wood, Robert E., 1942-1958

Folder 28

Yeh, George, 1954-1968

Folder 29

Young, A. Morgan, 1939-1941

Folder 30

Zapp, Manfred, 1950-1958

Folder 31

Zeit, 1953-1955

Folder 32

Zeitschrift fuer Geopolitik, 1952-1954

Folder 33

Zezulak, Hans H., 1949-1952

 

Correspondence, Chronological, 1919-1976

Box 14., Folder 1

1919

Folder 2

1923

Folder 3

1930

Folder 4

1931

Folder 5

1933

Folder 6

1935

Folder 7

1936

Folder 8

1937

Folder 9

1938

Folder 10

1939

Folder 11

1940

Folder 12

1941

Folder 13

1942

Folder 14

1943

Folder 15

1944

Folder 16

1945

Folder 17

1946

Folder 18

1947

Folder 19

1948

Box 15., Folder l

1949

Folder 2

1950

Folder 3

1951

Folder 4

1952

Box 16., Folder 1

1953

Folder 2

1954

Folder 3

1955

Folder 4

1956

Folder 5

1957

Box 17., Folder 1

1958

Folder 2

1959

Folder 3

1960

Folder 4

1961

Folder 5

1962

Folder 6

1963

Folder 7

1964

Folder 8

1965

Folder 9

1966

Folder 10

1967

Folder 11

1968

Folder 12

1969

Folder 13

1970

Folder 14

1971

Folder 15

1972

Folder 16

1973

Folder 17

1974

Folder 18

1975

Folder 19

1976

Box 18., Folder 1-3

Undated (includes many fragments of letters)

 

Speeches And Writings, Dated, 1930-1974

Box 18., Folder 4

"Safeguarding the Geisha," New Statesman and Nation, Sept. 13, 1930

Folder 5

Japan's Feet of Clay, 1936 (reviews and financial statements)

Folder 6

Japan Can Be Stopped (pamphlet co-authored with David Wills), 1937 (reviews)

Folder 7

"A Chinese Popular Front?" New Statesman and Nation, Jan. 9, 1937

Folder 8

"Why Labour Is Cheap in Japan," Manchester Evening News, Jan. 18, 1937

Folder 9

"Humours of Trading in China," New Statesman and Nation, Apr. 3, 1937 (review of Carl Crow, 400 Million Customers)

Folder 10

"Why Japan Makes War Now," News Chronicle (London), July 28, 1937

Folder 11

"What Does Japan Want? Background of the War in the East," Common Sense, Sept. 1937

Folder 12

"Why Japan May Meet Her Waterloo," Reynolds News, Sept. 19, 1937

Folder 13

"Japan Fears a Boycott," Nation, Oct. 2, 1937

Folder 14

"Why China Must Not Be Conquered," News Chronicle (London), Oct. 5, 1937

Folder 15

"Comment On Pourrait Arr^ter l'Agression Japonaise: Ses Faiblesses Economiques et Sociales," Journal des Nations, Oct. 6, 1937

Folder 16

"Dossier des Agressions Totalitaires: On Peut Encore Enrayer l'Agression Japonaise," Journal des Nations, Nov. 25, 1937

Folder 17

"The Vulnerability of Japan," New Statesman and Nation, Dec. 25, 1937 (letter to the editor)

Box 19., Folder 1

Japan's Gamble in China, 1938 (reviews)

Folder 2

"The Japanese God," New Statesman and Nation, Jan. 22, 1938 (review of Carl Crow, I Speak for the Chinese)

Folder 3

"Japan Now Feels the Boycott," News Chronicle (London), May 16, 1938

Folder 4

"The Danube and the Yellow River," New Statesman and Nation, June 11, 1938

Folder 5

"Japanese Prepare Big Drive," News Chronicle (London), July 19, 1938

Folder 6

"More Civilians Massacred by Japan's Planes," News Chronicle (London), July 20, 1938

Folder 7

"Truckloads of Babies Escape Bombs," News Chronicle (London), July 22, 1938

Folder 8

"China Will Fight On and Defend Hankow," News Chronicle (London), Aug. 4, 1938

Folder 9

"A Day in Canton," New Statesman and Nation, Aug. 13, 1938

Folder 10

"The South Yangtze Front," New Statesman and Nation, Oct. 15, 1938

Folder 11

"A Woman in China's War Zone," San Francisco Chronicle, Nov. 27, 1938

Folder 12

China at War, 1939 (reviews and financial statements)

Folder 13

"Having It Both Ways," Far Eastern Service, 1939

Folder 14

"The Knouto-Soviet State," Observer (London), 1939 (review of Boris Souvarine, Stalin: A Critical Survey of Bolshevism)

Folder 15

"War Aims," New Statesman and Nation, 1939 (letter to the editor)

Folder 16

"An Iron Constitution!" Synopsis, Jan. 1939

Folder 17

"China," New Statesman and Nation, Jan. 28, 1939 (letter to the editor)

Folder 18

"China's Many Problems: Left or Right? Wang Ching-wei's Departure: A New Stage Beginning," Manchester Guardian, Feb. 2, 1939

Folder 19

"Japan Beginning to Feel the Pinch," Far Eastern Service, June 7, 1939

Folder 20

"Incidents and the Currency War in North China," Far Eastern Service, June 14, 1939

Folder 21

"The Blockade of Tientsin: Japan's Aims: Currency Control in North China: Need of Foreign Exchange," Manchester Guardian, June 19, 1939

Folder 22

"Tientsin: The Choice Before Us," Far Eastern Service, June 21, 1939

Folder 23

"Tientsin," New Statesman and Nation, June 24, 1939

Folder 24

"Tientsin," Far Eastern Service, June 26, 1939

Folder 25

"Currency Control in North China: 'Background' of Tientsin Blockade: Worthless Japanese Paper," Johannesburg Star, July 1, 1939

Folder 26

"Who's Who in Asia," New Statesman and Nation, July 1, 1939 (review of John Gunther, Inside Asia)

Folder 27

"Can We Stay in China?" News Chronicle (London), July 5, 1939

Folder 28

"Second Anniversary of the Sino-Japanese War," New Statesman and Nation, July 8, 1939

Folder 29

"Front Line Horrors," Daily Record (Glasgow), July 10, 1939

Folder 30

"China at War," North Mail and Newcastle Chronicle, July 11, 1939

Folder 31

"Upper and Middle Class Idlers," Manchester Daily Dispatch, July 12, 1939

Folder 32

"The Sino-Japanese War," July 14, 1939 (radio interview with W. H. Stoneman)

Folder 33

"Will a Betrayal of China Profit Us?" Far Eastern Service, July 27, 1939

Folder 34

"Serve Notice on Japan!" Daily Herald (Manchester), Aug. 7, 1939

Folder 35

"The Tokyo Negotiations," Service Extr`me-Orient, Aug.9, 1939

Folder 36

"Co-operate with America - or Japan?" Time and Tide, Aug. 12, 1939

Folder 37

"Habeas Corpus in the Far East?" Far Eastern Service, Aug. 16, 1939

Folder 38

"The Chinese Currency Problem," Far Eastern Service, Aug. 23, 1939

Folder 39

"Left in the Lurch," Sept. 1, 1939

Folder 40

Letter to the editor, New Statesman and Nation, Sept. 30, 1939

Folder 41

"China and Japan: Two Views of the Struggle," Observer (London), Oct. 15, 1939 (review of C. R. Shepherd, The Case against Japan, and I. Epstein, The People's War)

Folder 42

"Has Stalin Become a 'Trotskyist'?" Common Sense, Dec. 1939

Folder 

The Dream We Lost, 1940

Folder 43

Drafts

Folder 44

Promotional material

Folder 45

Reviews

Box 20., Folder 1

"Making the World Safe for Stalin," 1940

Folder 2

"Who Owns the Future?" 1940?

Folder 3

"Today and the Far East," Independent Woman, Mar. 1940

Folder 4

"Japan and the Double Standard," Common Sense, May 1940

Folder 5

"Russia and Germany," July 1, 1940 (radio address)

Folder 6

"Japan's Great Bluff," Nation, Oct. 12, 1940

Folder 7

"The Limits of Russian Resistance," 1941

Folder 8

"The Russo-German War," 1941

Folder 9

"What Shall It Profit a Man..., or, The Great Delusion," 1941

Folder 10

"Will Russia Betray China?" 1941

Folder 11

"Revolutions and Reality," Saturday Review of Literature, Jan. 18, 1941 (review of Jan Valtin, Out of the Night)

Folder 12

"A Terse, Authentic Report of the Terror in China," New York Times Book Review, Mar. 9, 1941 (review of Edgar Snow, The Battle for Asia)

Folder 13

"Can Democracy Survive Total War?" Apr. 4, 1941 (address, annual meeting of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Philadelphia; published in Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, July 1941)

Folder 14

"If You Could See What I Have Seen," Asia, July 1941 (clippings about article only)

Folder 15

"Must the World Destroy Itself?" Common Sense, Aug. 1941 (reprinted in Reader's Digest, Oct. 1941; includes clippings about article)

Folder 16

Speech, Oct. 15, 1941?

Folder 17

"How Could We Combat a Hitler-Dominated Europe?" Nov. 16, 1941 ( American Forum of the Air radio symposium with John M. Vorys, H. R. Knickerbocker and Herbert Elliston)

Folder 18

"This War Can and Will be Won: Jap Treachery Unites All U.S.," New York Journal-American, Dec. 14, 1941

Folder 19

"Japan Is Not Germany," 1942

Folder 20

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, Oct. 1942

Folder 21

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, Nov. 24, 1942 (date written)

Folder 22

"Britain at the Halfway House," Asia, 1943

Folder 23

"The Totalitarian Menace Within," 1943

Folder 24

"Big Business and Communists: A New Alliance," New Leader, May 22, 1943

Folder 25

Review of Harry Paxton Howard, America's Role in Asia, Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, July 23, 1943

Folder 26

"Stalin's Recognition of the Badoglio Regime," New Leader, Mar. 18, 1944

Folder 27

"A British Plea for India's Freedom," Progressive, Apr. 24, 1944 (review of H. N. Brailsford, Subject India)

Folder 28

"British Realism," Progressive, May 22, 1944

Folder 29

"The Theory of Realism," New Leader, June 17, 1944 (review of Alfred Bingham, The Practice of Idealism)

Folder 30

"Frances Gunther's Revolution in India," Progressive, July 3, 1944 (book review)

Folder 31

"Why Pick on China?" American Mercury, Sept. 1944

Folder 32

"When, How, and If Russia Fights Japan," Progressive, Mar. 26, 1945

Folder 33

"Are They Real Communists?" Apr. 19, 1945

Folder 34

"To Have and to Hold," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Nov. 10, 1945

Folder 35

"Inflation," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Nov. 13, 1945

Folder 36

"Vengeance, Justice and Economic Rehabilitation," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Nov. 16, 1945

Folder 37

"Manchuria," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Nov. 19, 1945

Folder 38

"Prospects for Foreign Business in China," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Nov. 21, 1945

Folder 39

"China's Responsibilities," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Nov. 23, 1945

Folder 40

"China's New Supreme Economic Council," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Nov. 30, 1945

Folder 41

"Views of China," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Dec. 5, 1945

Folder 42

"Pearl Harbor," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Dec. 11, 1945

Folder 43

"King Can Do No Wrong," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Dec. 19, 1945

Folder 44

"Peace on Earth, Good Will towards Men," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Dec. 24, 1945

Folder 45

"The Hour of Decision," China Critic, Dec. 27, 1945

Folder 46

"General Marshall's Failure in China, or, Time for a Change in China," 1946

Folder 47

"The Plain Facts of Yenan: A U.S. Journalist Finds the Chinese Communists Run True to Form," 1946

Box 21., Folder 1

"Manchuria: The First Test and the Last," Foreign Notes, Apr. 12, 1946

Folder 2

"See Red China in U.S. Policy: Soviet Domination Growing since Yalta Deal with Stalin," New York Journal-American, July 7, 1946

Folder 3

"Mme. Sun Yat-sen's Appeal," July 23, 1946 (co-signer with Alfred Kohlberg and others)

Folder 4

Statement to Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, July 24, 1946 (co-signer with others)

Folder 5

"What Should We Do about China?" Aug. 20, 1946 ( American Forum of the Air radio symposium with Harrison Forman, J. Spencer Kennard and Alfred Kohlberg)

Folder 6

"'Behind the Curtain,'" Washington Post, Sept. 7, 1946 (letter to the editor)

Folder 7

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Sept. 12, 1946 (date written)

Folder 8

"Communistic Activities, as Especially Related to the Far East," Dec. 18, 1946 (speech, Washington, D.C.)

Folder 

Last Chance in China, 1947

Folder 9-12

Drafts

Box 22., Folder 1

Promotional material

Folder 2

Reviews

Folder 3

"Letters from Russia," 1947

Folder 4

Radio interview, Nov. 14, 1947 ( Woman of Tomorrow program with Nancy Craig)

Folder 5

Radio interview, Nov. 22, 1947 (with Irene Kuhn and Rene Kuhn)

Folder 6

"America's Stake in China," Dec. 2, 1947

Folder 7

"America's Unrealistic View of China," 1948

Folder 8

Letter to the editor, Saturday Review of Literature, 1948

Folder 

Lost Illusion, 1948 (revised version of The Dream We Lost)

Folder 9

Drafts

Folder 10

Printed copy

Folder 11

Promotional material

Folder 12

Reviews

Folder 13

"Sees U.S. Blunders Giving China to Reds: Expert Would End Appeasement," Mar. 7, 1948

Folder 14

"Our Futile China Policy," New York Journal-American, Mar. 8-9, 1948 (two-part article)

Folder 15

"Marshall and Coalition Government: Our China Policy," New Leader, Mar. 27, 1948

Folder 16

"Decline and Fall," Human Events, Apr. 21, 1948

Folder 17

"Let's Face the Facts in China," Sign, May 1948

Folder 18

"Ruhr Wrecking Goes On: Arms Factory Stays: Siegen Loses Plants of Peace Time Use," Chicago Daily Tribune, Oct. 18, 1948

 

The High Cost of Vengeance, 1949

Box 23., Folder 1-4

Drafts

Folder 5

Galleys

Folder 6

Promotional material

Folder 7

Reviews

Box 24., Folder 1

"Obstacle to German Recovery: Dismantling of Equipment Opposed as Loss to Europe's Economy," New York Times, Mar. 11, 1949 (letter to the editor)

Folder 2

"Author's View," New York Times, Aug. 7, 1949 (letter to the editor)

Folder 3

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Oct. 10, 1949 (date written)

Folder 4

"Bungled into War: From Yalta to Korea," Nov. 29, 1949 (synopsis of projected book)

Folder 5

"According China Recognition: Criticizing Britain's Course, Author Warns against Similar Action by Us," New York Times, Dec. 8, 1949 (letter to the editor)

Folder 6

"Sheean's Newest Pilgrimage," Plain Talk, Jan. 1950 (review of Vincent Sheean, Lead Kindly Light)

Folder 7

"Course of United States Policy in China," Feb. 1950

Folder 8

"The Real Strength of Communism," Plain Talk, Mar. 1950 (review of A. Rossi, A Communist Party in Action)

Folder 9

"Chasing Chameleons," Human Events, Mar. 29, 1950

Folder 10

Letter to the editor, Washington Post, Apr. 14, 1950 (date written)

Folder 11

Testimony, U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, May 1, 1950

Folder 12

Untitled, May 13, 1950

Folder 13

Review of Louis Francis Budenz, Men without Faces: The Communist Conspiracy in the U.S.A., Human Events, July 12, 1950

Folder 14

Review of Victor Serge, The Case of Comrade Tulayev, Human Events, Aug. 30, 1950

Folder 15

"What 'Second Crusade' Has Got Us Into," Chicago Sunday Tribune, Oct. 15, 1950 (review of William Henry Chamberlin, America's Second Crusade)

Folder 16

"The Incurables," Freeman, Oct. 16, 1950 (review of Victor Serge, The Case of Comrade Tulayev)

 

The China Story, 1951

Folder 17

Drafts

Folder 18

Printed copy

Folder 19

Promotional material

Folder 20

Reviews

Box 25., Folder 1

Review of Barbara West, Policy for the West, Keith Hutchison, The Decline and Fall of British Capitalism, and Frederic R. Sanborn, Design for War: A Study of Secret Power Politics, 1937-1941, Economic Council Review of Books, Mar. 1951

Folder 2

Review of B. H. Liddell Hart, Defence of the West, Elinor Lipper, Eleven Years in Soviet Prison Camps, Helen MacInnes, Neither Five nor Three, and Douglas Reed, Somewhere South of Suez, Economic Council Review of Books, Apr. 1951

Folder 3

Review of Sumner Welles, Seven Decisions that Shaped History, Women Investors Research Institute, Special Report No. 80l in re Will Present United Policies Defeat Communist World Empire Program? and Henry C. Link, The Way to Security, Economic Council Review of Books, May 1951

Folder 4

Review of Paul G. Hoffman, Peace Can Be Won, Leigh White, Balkan Caesar: Tito versus Stalin, and Hede Massing, This Deception, Economic Council Review of Books, June 1951

Folder 5

"The Case of Owen Lattimore," American Mercury, Sept. 1951

Folder 6

Review of Edward Crankshaw, Cracks in the Kremlin Wall, and Elizabeth Bentley, Out of Bondage, Economic Council Review of Books, Oct. 1951

Folder 7

Testimony, U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws, Oct. 11, 1951

Folder 8

"And Now the Smear of the McCarran Committee," Human Events, Oct. 17, 1951

Folder 9

Review of William F. Buckley, Jr., God and Man at Yale, and George F. Kennan, American Diplomacy, 1900-1950, Economic Council Review of Books, Nov. 1951

Folder 10

Review of Robert A. Taft, A Foreign Policy for Americans, Joseph McCarthy, Retreat from Victory: The Story of George Catlett Marshall, and Gary MacEoin, The Communist War on Religion, Economic Council Review of Books, Jan. 1952

Folder 11

"How a Handful of Americans Gave East Asia to Russia," Pathfinder, Feb. 6, 1952

Folder 12

"Gen. Willoughby's Report on Sorge Spy Conspiracy," Chicago Sunday Tribune, Feb. 10, 1952 (review of Charles A. Willoughby, Shanghai Conspiracy: The Sorge Spy Ring)

Folder 13

"Was It Treason or Ignorance that Destroyed Our Far East Policy?" Pathfinder, Feb. 20, 1952

Folder 14

"The Strange Case of the I.P.R.," American Legion Magazine, Mar. 1952

Folder 15

Review of William Hillman, Mr. President, and Chester Wilmot, The Struggle for Europe, Economic Council Review of Books, Apr. 1952

Folder 16

"The Isolationism of 'Internationalists,'" Commonweal, Apr. 11, 1952

Folder 17

"The China Lobby," Reporter, May 27, 1952 (letter to the editor)

Folder 18

"Die Bedeutung der Amerikanischen Praesidentschaftswahlen fuer Deutschland," June 17, 1952 (speech, Deutsche Parlamentarische Gesellschaft, Bonn)

Folder 19

"Germany's Fifth Man," Pathfinder, Oct. 22, 1952

Folder 20

"Facing Both Ways in Germany," Freeman, Dec. 15, 1952

Folder 21

"The Saar: A 'Free' Police State," Human Events, Dec. 31, 1952

Folder 22

"Shall Freedom Ring?" 1953

Folder 23

"Atlantic Disunion," Human Events, Feb. 25, 1953

Folder 24

"Germany's Dilemma," Freeman, Mar. 9, 1953

Folder 25

Testimony, U.S. Senate Committee on Government Operations Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, Apr. 1, 1953

Folder 26

Letter to the editor, Washington Times-Herald, Apr. 3, 1953 (date written)

Folder 27

"Report from Washington," Apr. 13, 1953

Folder 28

"Timely Reappraisal," Freeman, May 4, 1953 (review of Norbert Muhlen, The Return of Germany)

Folder 29

"Facing the Facts in Germany," American Mercury, June 1953

Folder 30

"Appeasement 'la Mode,'" Human Events, June 24, 1953

Folder 31

"France and Germany," July 10, 1953

Folder 32

"Theory versus Fact," Freeman, July 27, 1953 (review of Arnold J. Toynbee, The World and the West)

Folder 33

"Second Chance in Germany," American Legion Magazine, Oct. 1953

Folder 34

"Freda Utley's Answer to Criticism of Her Article 'Second Chance in Germany,'" Nov. 19, 1953

Folder 35

"The Book Burners Burned," American Mercury, Dec. 1953

Folder 36

"Victor's Justice: Then and Now," Dec. 8, 1953

Folder 37

"War Crimes Trials and American Security," Dec. 9, 1953

Folder 38

"The Spectre of Rapallo," 1954

Box 26., Folder 1

"England after Austerity," Freeman, Feb. 22, 1954

Folder 2

"Lion into Ostrich," Freeman, Mar. 8, 1954

Folder 3

"Berlin: The Republican Yalta?" Human Events, Mar. 10, 1954

Folder 4

"A Plan for Molotov," Freeman, Apr. 19, 1954

Folder 5

Testimony, U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws, July 1, 1954

Folder 6

"Scribes and Pharisees," Human Events, July 28, 1954

Folder 7

"France against Europe," Sept. 13, 1954

Folder 8

"Kremlin Orchestra," Freeman, Oct. 1954 (review of Joseph Z. Kornfeder, Brainwashing and Senator McCarthy)

Folder 9

"That London Agreement," Human Events, Oct. 20, 1954

Folder 10

"Malmedy and McCarthy," American Mercury, Nov. 1954

Folder 11

Untitled, 1955

Folder 12

"Was It Planned that Way?" Human Events, Jan. 1, 1955

Folder 13

"Russians Hate Communists," Facts Forum News, Feb. 1955

Folder 14

"A Program to Govern Our Foreign Relations," New York Times, Feb. 28, 1955 (paid political advertisement; co-signer with others)

Folder 15

"Modern Barbarism," Freeman, Mar. 1955 (review of Whitney R. Harris, Tyranny on Trial: The Evidence at Nuremberg, F. J. P. Veale, Advance to Barbarism, and K. O. Kurth, comp., Documents of Humanity)

Folder 16

"Peace in Our Time?" Facts Forum News, Apr. 1955

Folder 17

"Yalta Then and Now," Human Events, Apr. 16, 1955

Folder 18

Speech, Apr. 25, 1955

Folder 19

Letter to the editor, Washington Post, May 12, 1955 (date written)

Folder 20

"The Truce of the Bear: Present Communist Strategy," Human Events, May 21, 1955

Folder 21

"The Triumph of Owen Lattimore," American Mercury, June 1955

Folder 22

"Geneva - and a New Pattern of Soviet Imperialism," Human Events, July 16, 1955

Folder 23

"Can We Be Sure of Germany?" Facts Forum News, Oct. 1955

Folder 24

"Can the Kremlin Relax?" Nov. 15, 1955 (speech)

Folder 25

"The World Views the U.S.," National Review, Nov. 26, 1955 (column)

Folder 26

"The German Cycle," Freeman, Dec. 1955 (review of Ernst von Salomon, The Questionnaire [ Fragebogen])

Folder 27

"The World Views the U.S.: British Comments on American Politics," National Review, Dec. 28, 1955 (column)

Folder 28

"End of the Adenauer Era?" 1956

Folder 29

"The Formosa Story," 1956

Folder 30

"Formosan Surprises," 1956

Folder 31

"Friends, Enemies and Neutrals: From Formosa to Cairo in 1956," 1956

Folder 32

"The Hong Kong Mind," 1956

Folder 33

"'No Flies on Formosa,'" 1956

Folder 34

"On the Island of Formosa," 1956

Folder 35

"With the Free Chinese Armed Forces," 1956

Folder 36

"The World Views the U.S.," Jan. 9, 1956 (column; date written)

Folder 37

"India: Neutral against Whom?" Human Events, Jan. 28, 1956

Folder 38

"Chinese Red and Scholastic Blue," National Review, Feb. 1, 1956 (review of Richard L. Walker, China under Communism, and James Cameron, Mandarin Red)

Folder 39

"The World Views the U.S.: Mr. Dulles' Best Defense - from England," National Review, Feb. 15, 1956 (column)

Folder 40

"Living Letters from the Dead," National Review, Feb. 29, 1956 (review of Last Letters from Stalingrad)

Folder 41

"The World Views the U.S.," National Review, Mar. 14, 1956 (column)

Folder 42

"The World Views the U.S.," National Review, Mar. 28, 1956 (column)

Folder 43

"Escape," National Review, June 13, 1956 (review of Markoosha Fischer, The Right to Love)

Folder 44

"Hong Kong in Mid-1956," June 27, 1956

Folder 45

"No Softening of U.S. Policy, Nixon's Reassurance," Cincinnati Enquirer, July 20, 1956

Folder 46

"No Escape from Fate," National Review, Aug. 1, 1956 (review of Luigi Villari, Italian Foreign Policy under Mussolini)

Folder 47

Untitled, Sept. 4, 1956

Folder 48

"Formosa Is Striving to Set an Example for All of Asia," Sunday Tiger Standard (Hong Kong), Sept. 9, 1956

Folder 49

"The Voice of China as Heard in Hong Kong," Sept. 12, 1956

Folder 50

"'Old-Hat' Notions of Marxism 'Modern' in Tokyo: The Strange Case of Japan," Standard-Times (New Bedford, Mass.), Sept. 25, 1956

Folder 51

"The Amazing Mr. Diem," National Review, Nov. 24, 1956

Folder 52

"Taiwan: Trial and Error," National Review, Dec. 22, 1956

Folder 

Will the Middle East Go West? 1957

Box 27., Folder 1-2

Drafts

Folder 3

Printed copy

Folder 4

Promotional material

Folder 5

Reviews

Folder 6

"Letter from Formosa: A Going Concern," National Review, Jan. 26, 1957

Folder 7

"Dissent on Egypt," National Review, Mar. 9, 1957

Folder 8

"Nationalizing Suez: Legality of Egyptian Move Said to Be Supported by Record," New York Times, Mar. 12, 1957 (letter to the editor)

Folder 9

"Brief Interlude," Los Angeles Times, Mar. 28, 1957 (letter to the editor)

Folder 10

"Visitor to Formosa Scores U.S. Policy on the Island," New York Herald-Tribune, June 15, 1957 (letter to the editor)

Folder 11

Speech, Nov. 26, 1957

Folder 12

Letter to the editor, Middle East Journal, 1958

Folder 13

Radio interview, July 1958 ( Tex and Jinx Jury program)

Folder 14

Radio interview, July 15, 1958 ( Life and the World program)

Folder 15

Statement, Special Memorandum from Universal Research and Consultants, Inc., Oct. 17, 1958

Folder 16

"Taiwan Cause Supported: Nationalists Held Only Hope of Oppressed Mainland Chinese," New York Times, Nov. 1, 1958 (letter to the editor)

Box 28., Folder 1

Letter to the editor, New York Times, Aug. 30, 1960 (date written)

Folder 2

"The Middle East and the Elections," Washington Post, Sept. 11, 1960 (letter to the editor)

Folder 3

Letter to the editor, National Review, 1961

Folder 4

Letter to the editor, Washington Post, Feb. 1, 1961 (date written)

Folder 5

Letter to the editor, Washington Post, Apr. 15, 1961

Folder 6

"Divide and Conquer," Oct. 20, 1961 (letter to the editor of the New York Times. date written)

Folder 7

Untitled, July 10, 1964

Folder 8

Letter to the editor, Human Events, Nov. 23, 1964 (date written)

Folder 9

"Israel on Trial," Triumph, Aug. 1967

Folder 10

Speech, Mar. 18, 1968 (Italian-German Friendship Association, Rome)

Folder 11

"Strange Anniversary of the June War: Report from the West Bank," Triumph, June 1968

Folder 12

"Who Will Win the 'June War?': Report from the Holy Land," Triumph, June 1968

Folder 13

Letter to the editor, Washington Post, June 10, 1968 (date written)

Folder 14

"Upside Down Victory in the Holy Land," Arab World, Jan.-Feb. 1969

Folder 

Odyssey of a Liberal, 1970

Folder 15-17

Drafts

Folder 18

Galleys

Box 29., Folder 1

Promotional material

Folder 2

Reviews

Folder 3

"Fulbright and the Mideast," Washington Post, Oct. 19, 1970 (letter to the editor)

Folder 4

"God Save Israel (and Us) from Her Friends," Religion and Society, Feb. 1971

Folder 5

"Zionist Propaganda: An Evaluation of Its Effect upon the World," Daily Star (Beirut, Lebanon), May 9-10, 1971 (two-part article)

Folder 6

"The Pro-Red China Lobby Rides Again: How China Was Lost," Human Events, Sept. 4, 1971

Folder 7

"Will Chou En-lai Outmaneuver Nixon?" Human Events, Oct. 9, 1971

Folder 8

"As the Bell Tolls for China," 1972

Folder 9

"John Carter Vincent," Washington Post, Jan. 1, 1973 (letter to the editor)

Folder 10

"Forcing the Arabs into Devil's Arms," Washington Star-News, Oct. 21, 1973

Folder 11

"Who Can Be the Real Mideast Winner? The Kissinger Cease-Fire," Human Events, Nov. 24, 1973

Folder 12

"No Hope Except in God," Washington Star-News, Jan. 27, 1974 (review of Malcolm Muggeridge, Chronicles of Wasted Time: Chronicle 1: The Green Stick)

Folder 13

"Repatriation Measured in Lives," Washington Star-News, Mar. 10, 1974 (review of Julius Epstein, Operation Keelhaul)

Folder 14

"Oppression by a 'General Idea' Can Affect Us All," Human Events, May 11, 1974 (review of Malcolm Muggeridge, Chronicles of Wasted Time: Chronicle 1: The Green Stick)

 

Speeches And Writings, Undated

Box 29., Folder 15

"Agrarian Crisis in Russia?"

Folder 16

"America House Libraries in Germany"

Folder 17

"American Business between Two Fires"

Folder 18

"Auction in the Far East"

Folder 19

"Australia and Japan"

Folder 20

"Bases of British Policy"

Folder 21

"The Book of the Month Club Too!"

Folder 22

"British Foreign Policy"

Folder 23

"The Budget and Dismantlement"

Folder 24

"The Camouflaged Communist Press"

Folder 25

"Can Russia Win Germany? Ominous Reactions to the 'Contractual Agreement'"

Folder 26

"Can Russia Win Our War?"

Folder 27

"Can the New World Save the Old?"

Folder 28

"Can We Be Sure of the Philippines?"

Folder 29

"Can We Count upon Russia as an Ally?"

Folder 30

"Cardboard Colossus"

Folder 31

"Castlereagh's Strategy against Napoleon"

Folder 32

"Chiang Kai-shek and the Communists"

Folder 33

"China Focus of Conflict"

Folder 34

"China's Camouflaged Communists"

Folder 35

"China's Industrialization," Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury

Folder 36

"China's Tragic Dilemma"

Folder 37

"China's War Effort"

Folder 38

"Chinese Communism"

Folder 39

"Chinese Representation in the United Nations: An Analysis"

Folder 40

"The Chinese Situation"

Folder 41

"Coffee without Caffeine"

Folder 42

"The Colonisation of Eastern Europe"

Folder 43

"Communism in Asia"

Folder 44

"Communism in the Middle East"

Folder 45

"Communist Influence in America"

Folder 46

"The Communist Menace in America"

Folder 47

"Communist Myths"

Box 30., Folder 1

"Congress and the Preservation of Democracy"

Folder 2

"Contrasts on Formosa"

Folder 3

"Coue Diplomacy"

Folder 4

"The Crime of the 'China Experts' and the Drama of China Today"

Folder 5

"Danger at Geneva"

Folder 6

"The Dangerous Mr. Davis"

Folder 7

"The Danubian Lands and the Balkans"

Folder 8

"De Gaulle and Pandora's Box"

Folder 9

"Did Communists Influence Our Far Eastern Policies?"

Folder 10

"Dismantlement at Salzgitter: Hermann Goering Works"

Folder 11

"Dry Well," National Review (review of Michael Bialoguski, The Case of Colonel Petrov)

Folder 12

"The Economic and Political Structure of Fascist Germany"

Folder 13

"Emergency Appeal to All Freedom-Loving People: Aid Refugees from Communism in China" (paid political advertisement; co-signer with other members of the Emergency Committee for Chinese Refugees)

Folder 14

"The Enslaved Women of Japan"

Folder 15

"Exit Economic Man: Enter Ethical Man?" Common Sense (review of Peter Drucker, The Future of Industrial Man: A Conservative Approach)

Folder 16

"False Dawn in Chungking"

Folder 17

"The Far East in World Affairs"

Folder 18

"The Far East in World Politics"

Folder 19

"The Far Eastern Crisis"

Folder 20

"The Far Eastern Situation"

Folder 21

"Feng Yu-hsiang"

Folder 22

"Foreign Trade and Exchange Control"

Folder 23

"Four Hundred Million Lost Allies"

Folder 24

"The French Sickness"

Folder 25

"From Mongolia to Madrid"

Folder 26

"Full Circle"

Folder 27

"German Realities"

Folder 28

"Germany Abandons Japan for Russia"

Folder 29

"Germany and Russia"

Folder 30

"Good News from China"

Folder 31

"How Communist Myths Are Spread in America"

Folder 32

"How Dumb Can You Get?"

Folder 33

"How Many Switzerlands?"

Folder 34

"How We Blackmail the Germans"

Folder 35

"I March with the Red Cross in China," Reynolds News

Folder 36

"Ice Age or Iron Age" (review of Max Lerner, Ideas for the Ice Age, and William Henry Chamberlin, The World's Iron Age)

Folder 37

"Illusions about Soviet Russia"

Folder 38

"Imperialism"

Folder 39

"The Italian-German Agreement"

Folder 40

"Italy"

Folder 41

"Japan and Russia"

Folder 42

"Japan over China"

Folder 43

"Japan Prepares to Don Sheep's Clothing"

Folder 44

"The Japanese Budget"

Folder 45

"Japan's Hopes of British Friendship"

Folder 46

"Last Chance for Israel"

Folder 47

"Laying Lenin's Ghost"

Folder 48

Letter to the editor, National Review

Folder 49

Letter to the editor, New Statesman and Nation

Folder 50

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune

Folder 51

Letter to the editor, New York Times

Folder 52

Letter to the editor, Times (London)

Folder 53

Letter to the editor, Washington Evening Star

Folder 54

Letters to the editor, unknown publications

Folder 55

Letters to the editor, Washington Post

Folder 56

"'Like a God in France'"

Box 31., Folder 1

"'Mad Hatter's Party'" (letter to the editor)

Folder 2

"The Malmedy Case"

Folder 3

"Manchuria"

Folder 4

"The Miracle Railway"

Folder 5

"'Moderates' and 'Extremists' in Japan'"

Folder 6

"Moscow's Failure in the Middle East"

Folder 7

"The Neutrals' War"

Folder 8

"A New Bid from Peking to Cairo?"

Folder 9

"The New Imperialism: National Socialism: Can We Escape It?"

Folder 10

"The New Type of Fellow Traveller"

Folder 11

"No Easy Way Out," American Mercury

Folder 12

"One Step Backward, Two Steps Forward," National Review

Folder 13

"An Open Letter to President Johnson by Middle East Specialists" (paid political advertisement; co-signer with others)

Folder 14

"The Opening of the Gates"

Folder 15

"Our German 'War Criminals'"

Folder 16

"Our Liberal Bourbons"

Folder 17

"Paris Is Not Europe"

Folder 18

"Political Developments in Germany"

Folder 19

"The Political World Is Also Round"

Folder 20

"Post-Mortem on Capitalism"

Folder 21

"The Quaker Report: A Dissent"

Folder 22

"Raw Materials, Colonies, Markets, and 'Overpopulation'"

Folder 23

"Recent Events in Europe and the Far Eastern War"

Folder 24

"Red Star over Independence Square: The Strange Case of Edgar Snow and the Saturday Evening Post," Plain Talk

Folder 25

"The Reluctant American Dragon"

Folder 26

Review of Pearl Buck, Imperial Woman

Folder 27

Review of James Burnham, The Coming Defeat of Communism

Folder 28

Review of James Burnham, The Managerial Revolution

Folder 29

Review of Alistair Cooke, A Generation on Trial

Folder 30

Review of John Gunther, Behind the Curtain

Folder 31

Review of Thor Heyerdahl, Kon-Tiki, and Erik Hesselberg, Kon-Tiki and I: A Sketch-book of the Famous Kon-Tiki Expedition

Folder 32

Review of Douglas Hyde, I Believe

Folder 33

Review of John F. Kennedy, Profiles in Courage

Folder 34

Review of Owen Lattimore, The Situation in Asia

Folder 35

Review of Herbert Luethy, France against Herself

Folder 36

Review of Felix Morley, The Power in the People

Folder 37

Review of Komakichi Nohara, The True Face of Japan, Edgar Lajtha, The March of Japan, Hessel Tiltman, The Far East Comes Nearer, Guenther Stein, Far East in Ferment, and E. N. Courton, Militarism and Foreign Policy in Japan

Folder 38

Review of George Orwell, 1984

Folder 39

Review of Henry L. Roberts, Russia and America: Dangers and Prospects

Folder 40

Review of A. L. Sadler, The Maker of Modern Japan: The Life of Tokugawa Ieyasu

Folder 41

Review of Philip Spratt, Blowing up India

Folder 42

Review of Edward R. Stettinius, Jr., Roosevelt and the Russians: The Yalta Conference

Folder 43

Review of George R. Stewart, The Years of the City

Folder 44

Review of John L. Strohm, Just Tell the Truth

Folder 45

Review of G. A. Tokaev, Betrayal of an Idea

Folder 46

Review of Harry S. Truman, Memoirs

Folder 47

"Right and Left Illusions"

Folder 48

"The Russian Dilemma"

Folder 49

"Russian Neutrality"

Folder 50

"Russo-Chinese Rapprochement"

Folder 51

"The Saar: Test Case for Democracy and European Defense"

Folder 52

"Shall It Profit Us to Betray China?"

Folder 53

"Shall Not the Judge of All the Earth Do Right?"

Folder 54

"Shanghai"

Folder 55

"Signs and Significance of the Communist Turn to a 'Soft' Line"

Folder 56

"The Sky Is Dark"

Folder 57

"Socialism Must Be Democratic"

Folder 58

"Some Contradictions in British Foreign Policy"

Folder 59

"Stalin's Left Hand in America"

Folder 60

Statement, U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee

Folder 61

"A Statue to Patton"

Folder 62

"The Strange Case of Japan"

Folder 63

"Structure of the Nazi State"

Folder 64

"Those Whom the Gods Wish to Destroy..."

Folder 65

"Total War and the Nemesis of Imperialism"

Folder 66

"Tragedy or Triumph on the Nile, or, Should We Back Nasser?"

Folder 67

"Truth Will Out," Freeman (review of Walter Millis, ed., The Forrestal Diaries)

Folder 68

"Turn the Flood of Lend Lease Over to China!"

Box 32., Folder 1

"Unending Quest"

Folder 2

Untitled

Folder 3

"Versailles Treaty"

Folder 4

"A Visit to Quemoy"

Folder 5

"The War to Make the World Safe for Stalin"

Folder 6

"What Is Behind the Attempt to Discredit Congress?"

Folder 7

"What Is the Stalin Plan?"

Folder 8

"What Is to Be Done in the Far East?"

Folder 9

"What of the Chemical Revolution? Synthetics and the Future" (co-author with Alexander Baird)

Folder 10

"What Power Has the Mikado?"

Folder 11

"What's Wrong with the Right - and the Left Too, or, A Plague on Both Your Houses"

Folder 12

"Where Liberty Is Not"

Folder 13

"Where the Fate of the World Is Being Decided"

Folder 14

"Whither Bound?"

Folder 15

"Who Are the Chinese Liberals?"

Folder 16

"Who Rules Japan?"

Folder 17

"Why German Industrialists Need Public Relations in the United States"

Folder 18

"Why I Like You"

Folder 19

"Why Japan Cannot Face a Long War"

Folder 20

"Why So Tender to Nehru? or, As the Pakistanis See Us"

Folder 21

"Will America Fall for Nehru?"

Folder 22

"Will Germany Turn East or West? Importance of the Paris Conference"

Folder 23

"Will the Chinese Communists Break the United Front?"

Folder 24

"The World Views the U.S." (column)

Folder 25

"The Wrong Premise"

Folder 26

"Yesterday China, Tomorrow the Middle East, or, Last Chance in the Middle East"

Folder 27-28

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, FRAGMENTS OF, n.d.

Box 33., Folder 1-4

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, FRAGMENTS OF, n.d.

Box 34., Folder 1-4

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, FRAGMENTS OF, n.d.

Box 35., Folder 1-4

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, FRAGMENTS OF, n.d.

Box 36., Folder 1-4

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, FRAGMENTS OF, n.d.

 

Notebooks, n.d.

Box 37-40.

Notebooks, n.d.

Box 41. , Folder 1-3

Notebooks, n.d.

Folder 4

Calling cards n.d.

 

Subject File, 1936-1976

Box 42., Folder 1

Africa

Folder 2-3

Algeria

Folder 4-5

Asia

Box 43., Folder 1

Asia

 

China

Folder 2-3

General

Box 44., Folder 1-3

Bulletins

Box 45., Folder 1-5

Printed matter

Box 46., Folder 1-5

Printed matter

Box 47., Folder 1-2

Printed matter

Folder 3

Speeches (by persons other than Freda Utley)

Folder 4

Communism (communism in the United States or in international aspects only; material on communism in countries other than the United States filed under geographical headings)

Box 48., Folder 1-3

Communism

Folder 4

Dennis, Lawrence. see also CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL

Folder 5

Eastman, Max (includes draft of "The Fate of the World Is at Stake in China" by Max Eastman and J. B. Powell) see also CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL

Folder 

Egypt

Box 49., Folder 1

General

Folder 2-4

Bulletins

Folder 5

Printed matter

Box 50., Folder 1-5

Printed matter

Box 51., Folder 1-4

Printed matter

Folder 5

Speeches and interviews of Gamal Abdel Nasser (mimeographed)

Folder 

Europe

Box 52., Folder 1

General

Folder 2-4

Printed matter

Folder 5

France

Box 53., Folder 1-2

France

Folder 

Germany

Folder 3-5

General

Box 54., Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Displaced persons (post-World War II)

Folder 3-4

Reparations (post-World War II)

Box 55., Folder 1-4

War crime trials (post-World War II)

Box 56., Folder 1-2

Press summaries

Folder 3-4

Printed matter

Box 57., Folder 1-4

Printed matter

Box 58., Folder 1-4

Printed matter

Box 59., Folder 1-5

Printed matter

Box 60., Folder 1-3

Great Britain

Folder 4

Hong Kong

Folder 

India

Folder 5

General

Box 61., Folder 1-5

Printed matter

Box 62., Folder 1

Iran

Folder 2-3

Iraq

Folder 

Israel

Folder 4

General

Folder 5

Printed matter

Box 63., Folder 1-5

Printed matter

Box 64., Folder 1-2

Printed matter

Folder 3

Italy

Folder 4-5

Japan

Box 65., Folder 1-2

Japan

Folder 3-4

Jordan

Folder 5

Korea

Box 66., Folder 1

Kuwait

Folder 2

Latin America

Folder 3-4

Lattimore, Owen (includes draft of "Japan, Nanking and the Chinese Red Armies" by Owen Lattimore) see also CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL; and BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, under Clippings

Folder 5-6

Lebanon

Box 67., Folder 1

Lebanon

Folder 2

Libya

Folder 3-5

McCarthy, Joseph R. see also CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL

Folder 

Nasser, Gamal Abdel. see Egypt; CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL

 

Near East

Folder 6

General

Box 68., Folder 1

General

Folder 2-4

Printed matter

Box 69., Folder 1-4

Printed matter

Box 70., Folder 1-5

Printed matter

Box 7l., Folder 1-2

Poland

Folder 

Powell, J. B. see Eastman, Max; CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL, under China Weekly Review

Folder 3

Russell, Bertrand. see also CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL

Folder 

Russia

Folder 4

General

Folder 5-6

Printed matter

Box 72., Folder 1-3

Printed matter

Folder 4-5

Saudi Arabia

Box 73., Folder 1

Schieber, Haviv

Folder 2

Spain

Folder 3-5

Starr, Park and Freeman Company. see also CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL

Folder 6

Syria

Box 74., Folder 1-4

Taiwan

Folder 

United States (see also Communism)

Box 75., Folder 1-2

General

Folder 3-4

Printed matter

Box 76., Folder 1-4

Printed matter

Box 77., Folder 1-4

Printed matter

Box 78., Folder 1-3

Printed matter

Folder 4

Vietnam

Box 79., Folder 1-2

Vietnam

Folder 

Wedemeyer, Albert C. (see also CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL)

Folder 3

General

Folder 4

Wedemeyer Reports! (drafts of the book by Albert C. Wedemeyer)

Box 80., Folder 1-3

Wedemeyer Reports! (drafts)

Box 81., Folder 1

Welles, Sumner (notes for interview)

Folder 2

Wittfogel, Karl A. (draft of Chapter 9 of Oriental Despotism by Karl A. Wittfogel) see also CORRESPONDENCE, ALPHABETICAL

Folder 3-4

World Anti-Communist League

Folder 

World politics

Folder 5-6

General

Box 82., Folder 1-5

Printed matter

Box 83., Folder 1-5

Printed matter

Box 84., Folder 1-4

World War, 1939-1945

Folder 5

Yugoslavia