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Preliminary Inventory of the Paderewski Testimonial Fund Records, 1911-2005
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Box 1

Administrative Material

 

Incorporation papers (Delaware, 1941 March 14)

 

Board of Directors meeting minutes

 

Executive Committee meeting minutes, 1941-1944 (#1)

 

Board of Directors meeting minutes

 

Executive Committee meeting minutes, 1945-1948

 

Treasurer's Report, etc. (#2)

 

Same, 1947-1954 (#3)

 

Executive Committee meetings - Incorporation papers, 1941 (#4)

Box 2

Board of Directors - Executive Committee

 

Francis N. Bangs - Attorney (dissolution of funds) (#1)

 

Deceased members - Paderewski Fund, 1946-1947 (#2)

 

Board of Directors of Paderewski Fund, 1941-1949 (#3)

 

Executive Committee (#4)

 

James F. Best, 1943-1948 (#5)

 

Honorable Robert Woods Bliss

 

1948- (#6)

 

1939-1941 (#7)

 

Calvin Bullock, 1941-1942 - Treasurer (#8)

 

Doda Conrad, New York City - Vice-Chairman (#9)

 

Hugh Gibson - member of Executive Committee and Board of Directors, Vice-Chairman (#10)

 

C. E. Gross - Treasurer (National City Bank for Basic Orders) (#11)

 

Dr. Arthur Hunter - Treasurer, 1943-1946 (#12)

 

Huger W. Jervey, 1941-1949 - member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee (#13)

 

Mrs. Vernon Charlotte Kellogg - Chairman (Board of Directors, Executive Committee) (#14)

 

Arthur Bliss Lane, 1950-1951 (#15)

Box 3

Honorable Arthur Bliss Lane, 1947-1949 (#1)

 

Bryce Le Jeune - Member of Board of Directors and Executive Committee (#2)

 

I. Nurkiewicz, 1951 (#3)

 

John Donald Robb, 1941 - Board of Directors and Executive Committee (#4)

 

Herbert L. Satterlee, 1939-1946 (#5)

 

Mrs. Ernest Schelling - Member of Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Chairman of New York City Committee (#6)

 

Mrs. Catherine Hughes Waddell - Member of Board of Directors, Chairman of New York City Committee (#7)

 

Photographs (Paderewski Testimonial Fund Board members) (#8)

 

Administration - Incorporation; Tax Matters

 

Incorporation, articles of by-laws (Dover, Delaware) (#9)

 

Tax

 

Information (#10)

 

U.S. Government withholding tax (#11)

 

N.Y. City (#12)

 

N.Y. State reports (#13)

Box 4

General ledger (#1)

 

Miscellaneous booklets, pamphlets (not Paderewski Testimonial Fund) on Poland, The Polish Review, etc. (#2)

Box 5

A - General, 1941-1946 (#1)

 

American Overseas Aid (#2)

 

Auditors - Deloitte, Plender, Griffitho, and Co. (1954 - succeeded by Haskins and Sells) (#3)

 

Appeals - Polish families and groups (#4)

 

Alabama Chests, 1943-1944 (#5)

 

Arizona Comm.

 

Phoenix (Henry T. Cuthbert, 1941-1947) (#6)

 

Tucson (Mrs. Eleanor Altman, 1941-1944) (#7)

 

Arizona Chests, 1942-1943 (#8)

 

Arkansas Chests, 1942- (#9)

 

B - General, 1941-1947 (for Belgian American Educational Fund, see box 10 and 11) (#10)

 

British War Relief Society, 1942-1944 (#11)

 

Budget (Paderewski Fund), 1943-1946 (#12)

 

C - General, 1941-1947 (#13)

 

Canada, 1940-1942 (#14)

Box 6

Care, 1945-trough 1949 (#1)

 

Audits

 

Co-operative for American Remittances to Everywhere, Inc., 1952-1957 (#2)

 

Co-operative for American Remittance to Europe, Inc., 1949-1951 (#3)

 

Mrs. Andrew Carnegie (#4)

 

Commission for International Education, 1946-1947 (#5)

 

Commission for Polish Relief, Inc. (Secretary Maurice Pate), 1940-1942 (#6)

 

Histories - Committees (#7)

 

Committees of Paderewski Fund, letters and bulletins (#8)

 

Committee lists (#9)

 

Community Chests and Councils, 1942 (#10)

 

Council - Foreign Voluntary Agencies in Poland, 1946 (#11)

 

Community Chests (Chests - general), 1942-1943 (#12)

 

California Committees

 

General (#13)

 

Berkeley - Mrs. Samuel Marks, 1941-1945 (#14)

 

Carmel - Mrs. Caroline Picket and Noel Sullivan, 1941-1947 (#15)

Box 7

Fresno - Mrs. Thos. Risley, 1941-1944 (#1)

 

Hollywood

 

Alan Mowbray, 1941-1944-1945 (#2)

 

O'Connor, 1939-1940 (#3)

 

Long Beach - Mrs. Fred Bixby, 1943 (#4)

 

Los Angeles

 

Friends of Poland - John Thomson, 1941-1944 (#5)

 

United Polish Society of Los Angeles, 1941-1944 (#6)

 

Consul Lech T. Nimeo, 1940-1943 (#7)

 

Napa - Miss Gertrude Lamden, 1942-1945 (#8)

 

Oakland - Dr. Geo. Reinle, 1941-1944 (#9)

 

Palo Alto - A. C. Giese, 1941-1945 (#10)

 

Pasadena - Mrs. Robert Millikan, 1941-1943 (#11)

 

Salinas - Chas. Butner, 1943 (#12)

 

San Diego

 

Louis van Norman, 1942-1947 (#13)

 

Irene Yasinka, 1941-1942 (#14)

 

San Fernando - Mrs. Martha Visser (#15)

 

San Francisco

 

Raymond Armsby, 1941-1946 (#16)

 

Committee newsclippings (#17)

Box 8

San Francisco Committee, from 1939 October (#1)

 

Polish Consul W. Sokolowski, 1942-1945 (#2)

 

San Jose - Mrs. John W. Davy, 1943 (#3)

 

Santa Barbara - Richard Crane, 1941-1945 (#4)

 

Santa Cruz - Mrs. B. B. Wilder, 1943 (#5)

 

Van Nuys, 1940-1941 Mrs. H. O. Drelinkiewicz and Rekwart (Chairman) (#6)

 

California Chests

 

B - R (#7)

 

S - Z (#8)

 

Polish Groups Cooperating, 1942-1945 (#9)

 

Colorado Committee, Denver - A. L. Forsyth, 1941-1943 (#10)

 

Colorado Chests, Denver - Fort Collins (#11)

 

Connecticut Committees

 

Hartford - Dr. R. B. Ogilby, 1941-1943 (#12)

 

New Britain - Maria Soroka, 1941-1942 (#13)

 

New Canaan - L. E. Hubbelly, 1941-1947 (#14)

 

New Heaven

 

Deane Keller, 1941-1943 (#15)

 

Mrs. C. B. Hogan, 1939-1940 (#16)

Box 9

West Hartford - K. M. Larkum, 1942-1943 (#1)

 

Polish Group Cooperating - Connecticut, 1941 (#2)

 

Connecticut Chests, 1942 (#3)

 

D - General, 1941-1949 (#4)

 

Delaware Committee, Wilmington - Mrs. C. Greenwalt, 1941-1943 (#5)

 

D.C.

 

Madame Gladys Ciechanowska (Polish Embassy) (#6)

 

Polish Embassy, 1941-1944-1948 (#7)

 

D.C. Washington

 

Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid

 

1950-1952 (#8)

 

1946-1947-1948-1949 (#9)

 

President's War Relief Control Board

 

1945 (#10)

 

1944 (#11)

 

1941-1943 (#12)

 

Directives

 

1942-1946 (#13)

 

1941-1942 (#14)

 

State Department, 1939-1940 (#15)

Box 10

District of Columbia - Columbia Chests, 1942-1943 (#1)

 

Washington, D.C. Committee

 

Mrs. Frank Simonds

 

1939-1940 (#2)

 

1941-1945

 

Mrs. Adam Gordon, 1946 (#3)

 

E - General, 1941-1949 (#4)

 

F - General, 1941-1949 (#4A)

 

Food packages to Poland (concerns handling) (#5)

 

Florida - General Committee Correspondence (#6)

 

Florida Chests, 1942 (#7)

 

G - General, 1941-1947 (#8)

 

Georgia Chests

 

Atlanta, 1942

 

Savannah, 1942-1943 (#9)

 

H - General, 1941-1949 (#10)

 

Hoover Institution Library - correspondence re matters sent to Hoover Library (C. E. Rothwell) (#11)

 

I - General, 1942-1943-1949) (#12)

 

Idaho Committee - Kellogg (S. A. Easton), 1939-1946 (#13)

 

Illinois, Chicago

 

American Friends of Poland (Chicago Chapter), 1941-1943 (#14)

 

American Polish National Council (#15)

 

Miss Florence Bartlett, 1941 (#16)

 

Gamma Phi Beta, 1942 (#17)

 

Miss Osterbera's visit, 1941 (#18)

 

Polish Civilian War Relief (Mrs. A. Mix), 1941-1944 (#19)

 

Polish Consul - Dr. Karol Ripa (#20)

 

Polish National Alliance - President Charles Rozmarek, 1945 (#21)

 

Polish Organizations (#22)

 

Polish Roman Catholic Union (#23)

Box 11

Archives and Museum, 1944 (#1)

 

Polish Women's Alliance - Mrs. H. B. Wolowska, 1945-1946 (#2)

 

American Relief for Poland, 1950-1952 (#3)

 

Polish War Relief, 1946-1949 and American Relief for Poland, from 1946 February (#4)

 

Polish War Relief, 1945 (#5)

 

American Relief for Poland - "Report on Organization and Operation of Mission in Poland, December 1945 to January 1947" by Henry J. Osinski (#6)

 

Polish War Relief, 1944 (#7)

 

Polish American Council - Polish War Relief

 

1942-1943 (#8)

 

1944 (#9)

 

Illinois Committee

 

Chicago

 

Chauncey McCormick, 1939-1946 (#10)

 

Gen. R. E. Wood, 1940-1942 (#11)

 

Peoria - Lillian MacKinnon, 1942 (#12)

 

Urbana - George Goble, 1940-1941 (#13)

 

Illinois Chests, 1942-1943 (#14)

Box 12

Indiana Committee

 

Indianapolis

 

Mrs. H. M. Woollen, 1946-1948-1953 (Irma Woollen Medical Library) (#1)

 

Medical Library Accounts, 1945-1947 (#2)

 

Mrs. Woollen

 

1945 (#3)

 

1944 (#4)

 

1943 (#5)

 

1941-1942 (#6)

 

Bookplates (#7)

 

M. D. Carrei, 1939-1946 (#8)

 

South Bend - Miss Mary Ilasz, 1941-1945 (#9)

 

Indiana Chests, 1942-1944 (#10)

 

Iowa Chests (Cedar Rapids, Centerville, 1942) (#11)

 

J - General, 1941-1949 (#12)

 

Jones Survey, John. P. (#13)

 

K - General, 1941-1949 (#14)

 

Mrs. Charlotte Kellogg correspondence and wires to and from headquarters

 

1941 (#15)

Box 13

1942 (#1)

 

1943 (#2)

 

1944 to 1945 December (#3)

 

1946 April to 1947 September (#4)

 

University of Krakow (#5)

 

Kansas Committee - correspondence (#6)

 

Kansas Chests, 1942 (Wichita, Topeka, Kansas City) (#7)

 

Kentucky - Committee correspondence (#8)

 

Kentucky Chests (Louisville, Lexington, 1942) (#9)

 

L - General, 1941 to 1949 (#10)

 

Labor League for Human Rights (U.N. Relief) - American Federation of Labor (#11)

 

Laski - for the blind (#12)

 

Lists - bulletin mailing list (#13)

 

Louisiana Chests (New Orleans, 1942) (#14)

 

Mc - General (#15)

Box 14

M - General, 1939-1947 (#1)

 

Medical Foundations, 1947 (#2)

 

Maine Committees

 

Bar Harbor - H. L. Satterlee, 1941

 

York Village - Elizabeth Perkins, 1944 (#3)

 

Maine Chests (Bangor-Brewer, 1943, Portland, 1942) (#4)

 

Maryland Committee, Baltimore

 

Miss K. E. Lucke, 1939-1943 (#5)

 

Mrs. White, 1942-1947 (#6)

 

Maryland Chests (Baltimore, 1942-1943) (#7)

 

Massachusetts Committees

 

Boston

 

B. W. Warren, Jr.

 

1941-1949 (#8)

 

1939-1940 (#9)

 

Friends of Polish Culture - Dr. Tadeusz Raczynski, 1945 (#10)

 

Greenfield - Paul Gorecki (Polish Relief Committee), 1941-1943 (#11)

 

Stockbridge - Mrs. A. Rodzinski, 1941 (#12)

 

Worcester

 

Mrs. E. Krawczynski, 1941-1946 (#13)

 

Polish Jr. League, 1941 (#14)

 

Polish groups cooperating (Massachusetts) (#15)

 

Massachusetts Chests (#16)

 

Michigan Committees

 

Ann Arbor, etc., 1941 (#17)

 

Detroit, 1939-1943 (#18)

 

Polish groups cooperating (Michigan) (#19)

 

Michigan Chests (#20)

Box 15

Minnesota Committees

 

Duluth - Rev. F. T. Schultz, 1943 (#1)

 

Minneapolis - Mrs. S. Hawks, 1940-1947 (#2)

 

Minnesota Polish Groups (#3)

 

Minnesota Chests, 1942-1943 (#4)

 

Mississippi Chests (Jackson, 1942-1943) (#5)

 

Missouri Committees

 

Kansas City - Mrs. Henry Haskell, 1939-1946 (#6)

 

St. Louis

 

J. L. Davis, 1942-1947 (#7)

 

David Gray, 1941-1943 (#8)

 

Missouri Chests, 1942-1943 (#9)

 

Montana - General Committee (#10)

 

Montana Chests (Billings, 1943) (#11)

 

N - General, 1941-1946 (#12)

 

National Federation of Music Clubs - Mrs. Vincent Ober, 1941 (#13)

 

Rev. W. Coleman Nevils, 1941-1952 (#14)

 

Nebraska (#15)

 

Nebraska Chests (Omaha, 1942) (#16)

 

Nevada Committee (Reno - Samuel Platt, 1943-1946) (#17)

 

Nevada Chests (Reno, 1942-1943) (#18)

 

New Hampshire Committees

 

Concord - Mrs. J. L. Smith, 1941-1944 (#19)

 

Dartmouth - Eric Kelly, 1939-1946 (#20)

 

New Hampshire Chests, 1942 (#21)

Box 16

New Jersey Committees

 

Montclair - Mrs. Anderson, 1941 (#1)

 

Newark

 

Mrs. Conklin, 1941 (#2)

 

Mrs. F. Fuld, 1941 (#3)

 

Mrs. Slowinska, 1942-1943 (#4)

 

Princeton - R. Lindabury, 1939-1944 (#5)

 

Trenton - John Colt, 1941-1943 and Anthony Brenzk, 1942-1943 (#6)

 

New Jersey - Polish groups cooperating (#7)

 

New Jersey Chests (#8)

 

New York Buffalo - Rev. Justin Figas (#9)

 

New York State Committees

 

Albany - Stanislaw Kosinski, 1941-1943 (#10)

 

Binghamton (#11)

 

Buffalo (#12)

 

Newburgh - Mrs. Wallach, 1942 (#13)

 

Poughkeepsie - Prof. Gordon ?, 1941? (#14)

 

Rochester

 

Dr. H. Hanson

 

Miss Josephine Dunham, 1941-1946 (#15)

 

Syracuse - Dr. Wm. Scheding, 1941 (#16)

 

Utica - Arthur Foley, 1940-1941 (#17)

 

Yonkers - H. Meyer, 1941-1945 (#18)

 

New York State - Polish groups cooperating (#19)

 

New York Chests (#20)

 

American Council of Voluntary Agencies

 

1950-1951 (#21)

 

1948-1949 (#22)

Box 17

American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service

 

1944-1945 (#1)

 

1946-1949 (#2)

 

Federal Reserve Bank (N.Y. City, 1941-1945 - Foreign Prop. Control Dept.) (#3)

 

Kosciuszko Foundation, 1940, 1943, 1948 (#4)

 

NYC - Medical and Surgical Relief Committee, 1945 (#5)

 

Motion Picture Industry (U.N. Week), 1942-1944 (#6)

 

National Catholic Welfare Conference (Washington D.C., NYC), 1942-1949 (#6A)

 

National City Bank (orders for payments)

 

1954-1959 (#7)

 

1950-1953 (#8)

 

1941-1949 (#9)

 

National Information Bureau, 1941, 1946, 1948 (#10)

 

National War Fund

 

1943, 1947, 1948 (#11)

 

Budget, publicity, etc. (#12)

 

New York War Fund, 1944-1945 (#13)

 

New York City - Polish Consul Sylwin Strakacz, 1941-1946 (#14)

 

Polish Embassy (NYC) - Financial Counselor, 1941 (#15)

 

NY - Polish Government Information Center, 1943-1944 (#16)

 

Polish Institute of Arts and Science (#17)

Box 18

Polish Social Service Bureau, 1940-1943 (#1)

 

New York - Rockefeller Fn., 1942-1947 (#2)

 

Carleton Smith (New York City), 1941 (#3)

 

New York City - Sigismond Slojowski (#4)

 

New York City Headquarters

 

Eagle Pins (#5)

 

Lease (#6)

 

37th E. 36th St. (and 39th E. 35th St.) (#7)

 

Insurance (N.Y.), 1942-1947 (#8)

 

Northwestern Storage Warehouse (#9)

 

Insurance policies (#10)

 

Personnel (#11)

 

Program Arrangements Section (#12)

 

Publicity (Chas. Gamble and Associates) (#13)

 

Utilities (#14)

 

J. A. Want, organization (#15)

Box 19

Bills, cancelled checks (1945 April-1946 October)

Box 20

Miscellaneous correspondence (Mrs. Edward Schelling), 1940 November-1941 September (#1)

 

National Paderewski Testimonial

 

Note from Eleanor Roosevelt, 1940 December 2

 

1941 February 15-22, correspondence - Chairman and Mrs. Ernest Schelling (#1A)

 

Correspondence with Hartwell Jobson and Kibbee (#2)

 

National Paderewski Testimonial

 

No.3, 1941 February 15-22; Mrs. Ernest Schelling (list of concert programs) (#3)

 

No.4, 1941 February 15-22; Mrs. Ernest Schelling (contributions, statement of accounts, payments to Hartwell, Jobson, and Kibbee (#4)

 

No.5 - report, circular letters, publicity releases (#5)

 

No.6 - sponsoring committee (#6)

 

Paderewski Testimonial - Golden Book, 1941 (No.7) (#7)

 

National Paderewski Testimonial - Homage to Paderewski (published by Boosey and Hawkes, Inc., NYC) (#8)

 

Homage to Paderewski - concert at home of Samuel L. Barlow, 1942 February 27 (#9)

 

Testimonial Concert

 

1941 January (at Mrs. Carnegie's home) (#10)

 

1941 March 8 (Palm Beach, Florida-Carleton Smith) (#11)

Box 21

New York City - Testimonial Concert, Carnegie Hall - Nadia Boulanger, 1941 April 4 (New York Philharmonic Symphony) (#1)

 

Paderewski Testimonial Day, 1941 April 18 (exhibition at Levy Gallery chaired by Mrs. Otto Preminger) (#2)

 

Garden lectures, 1942 March-April (Hugh Findlay) and correspondence with Hugh Findlay until 1945 (#3)

 

New York City

 

Polish Dolls (Women's International Exposition, 1942 December) (#4)

 

Town Hall, 1943 February 8 (Stanley Nowak of Harvard) (#5)

 

New York City Committee

 

1939-1940 (Col. W. J. Donovan) (#6)

 

1941-1942 (Mrs. Chauncey Waddell) (#7)

 

1942-1944 (Mrs. Ernest Schelling) (#8)

 

Brooklyn - Frank Serri, 1939-1940 (#9)

 

Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx - Polish Groups (#10)

 

North Caroline Committee - Raleigh (Mrs. R. L. McMillan, 1941) (#11)

 

North Dakota Chests

 

1942 (#12)

 

(Fargo, 1940) (#13)

 

O - General, 1940-1949 (#14)

 

Ohio Committee

 

Akron

 

Konarski, 1941-1942

 

Piotrowski, 1946 (#15)

 

Cincinnati (C. H. Thuman, 1941-1943) (#16)

Box 22

Cleveland

 

Mrs. A. Rodzinski, 1939-1943 (#1)

 

Thos. Jones, 1939-1940 (#2)

 

Ohio, Cleveland - Poland War Sufferers Aid Committee (Hon. Jos. F. Sawicki) (#3)

 

Ohio Committee

 

Columbus (Paul Clapp, 1939-1940) (#4)

 

Toledo (Grove Patterson, 1940-1942) (#5)

 

Ohio - Polish Groups (Ohio Chests, 1942-1943) (#6)

 

Ohio Chests, 1942-1943 (#6A)

 

Oklahoma Committee - Tulsa, 1939-1940 (#7)

 

Oklahoma Chests (#8)

 

Oregon Committee - Portland (Mrs. Spencer, 1941-1945) (#9)

 

Oregon - Polish Groups (United Polish Societies) (#10)

 

Oregon Chests

 

Portland, 1942

 

Salem, 1942 (#11)

 

P - General (1941-1947-1951) (#12)

 

Paderewski Fund for Polish Relief

 

1941-1943 (Mr. and Mrs. Guido Pantaleoni) (#13)

 

1940 (photos of committee members, etc. - Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Mrs. Kellogg, Mrs. Schelling, Hon. Ct. Potocki, Mayor La Guardia, Arthur Rubenstein, Col. Donovan, etc.) (#14)

 

Paderewski Foundation Inc., New York, 1951-1953 (President - Edward S. Witkowski) (#15)

 

Post-war work in Poland (#16)

 

Public health in Poland (report, 1949, put out by Polish Research and Information Service) (#17)

 

Mrs. T. L. Purdy (#18)

 

Pennsylvania Department of Welfare (Harrisburg, 1941-1942) (#19)

 

Pennsylvania Committee

 

Erie (T. P. Dunn, 1941-1942) (#20)

 

Philadelphia

 

(Anne Brock, 1940-1942) (#21)

Box 23

Mrs. Edward Bok, 1939-1940 (#1)

 

Polish Relief Committee, 1941-1945 (Leon. L. Kolankiewicz) (#2)

 

Pittsburgh

 

Horace Baker, 1940-1946 (#3)

 

Polish Falcons of America, 1941-1946 (Dr. T. A. Starzynski) (#4)

 

Counsul H. Sztark, 1940-1946 (#5)

 

Scranton (Sidney Grabowski, 1940-1942) (#6)

 

Pennsylvania Polish Groups (#7)

 

Pennsylvania Chests, 1942-1943 (#8)

 

Souvenir Program of The Paderewski Fund-10th Anniversary Ball, 1958 November 15; correspondence with Ignacy Jan Paderewski and Madame Wilkonska, 1939-1941 (#9)

 

Paderewski birthday card (80th birthday-1940 November 6) (#10)

 

Luncheon - Lotos Club, 1941 January 7 (Madame Wilkonska and Ignacy Jan Paderewski) (#11)

 

Paderewski Memorial Exhibition, 1941 July-August (#12)

 

Paderewski Memorials (Hoffman Exhibition, 1942 June 24), the CBS program, 1942 July 8 (#13)

Box 24

Paderewski Fund Projects

 

Special Assistance Committee

 

Britain

 

Reports

 

1943 (#1)

 

1944 (#2)

 

1945 (#3)

 

Remittances, 1941-1945 (#4)

 

Reports

 

1941 (#5)

 

1942 (#6)

 

France (Madame Sosnicka) (#7)

 

Box 25

Paris (Madame Sosnicka, 1945-1949) (#1)

 

Vichy (Madame Sosnicka, 1941-1942) (#2)

 

Sweden - Stockholm, 1941-1946 (#3)

 

Switzerland

 

Lausanne (Madame Lübke, 1941-1947) (#4)

 

Student Relief, 1940-1942 (#5)

 

Food relief parcels to Poland, 1946 (#6, #7)

Box 26

Special work

 

England (Countess C. Raczynska - British Isles) (#1)

 

Correspondence with Prince Olgierd Czartoryski (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) (#2)

 

Monthly reports (loose in box) re: Rules of Neutrality Act of 1939 (#3)

 

Pamphlet: The Farm Surplus and Hungry People, A proposal by CARE, 1954 February (#4)

 

Ledger - record of committee expenses (#5)

Box 27

R - General, 1940-1949 (#1)

 

Relatives - seeking (#2)

 

Dr. Charles Rosenberg (#3)

 

Rhode Island Committee - Providence (Mrs. Sharpe, 1942) (#4)

 

Rhode Island Chests (Providence, Woonsocket, 1942) (#5)

 

S - General (#6)

 

South Carolina Chests (Columbia, Greenville, 1942) (#7)

 

South Dakota Chests (Aberdeen, Sioux Falls, 1942) (#8)

 

T - General, 1940-1949 (#9)

 

Texas Committee

 

Dallas (Stanley Marcus, 1941-1946, and Marion Flagg) (#10)

 

Houston (St. John Garwood, 1939-1943, and Miss Grace Godard) (#11)

 

Texas Chests (#12)

 

U - General, 1941-1943 (#13)

 

Unitarian Service Committee, 1945-1949 (#14)

 

U.N.R.R.A.

 

Transportation for Doctors (#15)

 

Clothing collection, 1945-1946 (#16)

 

Utah Chests - Salt Lake City, 1942 (#17)

 

V - General, 1941-1942 (#18)

 

Vermont Committee - Burlington (Jos. Winterbotham, 1939-1941) (#19)

 

Virginia Committee - Alexandria (Mrs. Philip D. Mosser, 1939-1941) (#20)

 

Virginia Chests, 1942 (#21)

 

Volunteers, 1939 (#22)

Box 28

W - General, 1940-1949 (#1)

 

Mrs. Pat Washington, 1941-1946 (British Committee for Polish Welfare, London (#2)

 

Washington Committee - Seattle (Stephen Kluck, 1942-1948, and Mrs. Chas Richards) (#3)

 

Washington Chests, 1942-1943 (#3A)

 

West Virginia Chests, 1942 (#4)

 

Wisconsin Committee

 

Milwaukee (C. E. Saskowski, 1941-1942) (#4A)

 

Stevens Point (Ernest Lilien) (#5)

 

Wisconsin Chests (Green Bay, Kenosha, Madison, Milwaukee, Racine, 1942) (#6)

 

Wyoming Chests (Caster, 1942) (#7)

 

X, Y, Z - General, 1941-1946 (#8)

 

YMCA - Polish branch (Mr. Paul Super) (#9)

 

Bulletins - Paderewski Fund for Polish Relief Nos. 1-3 and Paderewski Testimonial Fund - bulletins and releases from 1941-1948 (#10)

 

Paderewski Testimonial Fund (PTF) - bulletin No.1, 1941 May (2 copies) (#11)

 

Paderewski Fund for Polish Relief (PFPR) - bulletins No.1, 2, 3 (1941 January-April) (#12)

 

Paderewski Testimonial Fund bulletins

 

No. 2, 1941 June (#13)

 

No. 3, 1941 July (2 copies) (#14)

 

No. 4, 1941 September (2 copies) (#15)

 

No. 5, 1942 January (2 copies) (#16)

 

No. 6, 1942 March (2 copies) (#17)

 

No. 7, 1942 July (#18)

 

No. 8, 1943 October (#19)

 

1944 January (no number) (#20)

 

No. 9, 1944 July (#21)

 

No. 10, 1944 September (#22)

 

No. 11, 1945 February (#23)

 

No. 12, 1948 July (#24)

Box 29

Paderewski Testimonial Fund, Inc. - Press releases, 1940 December-1948 October (#1)

 

Miscellaneous circulars (#2)

 

The official seal stamp (#3)

 

Microfilm - inventory of Paderewski Hospital (2 rolls) (#4)

 

Polish School of Medicine - at the University of Edinburgh, London, 1942 (1 copy in English, another in Polish) (#5)

Box 30

Early Files

 

A - General, 1939-1940 (#1)

 

Allied Relief, 1939-1940 (#2)

 

American Legion, 1940 (#3)

 

American Red Cross, 1939-1940 (#4)

 

Answers to current questions (#5)

 

Appeals (#6)

 

Articles of Incorp. and by-laws (#7)

 

B - General (#7A)

 

Bishop's Commission for Polish Relief (#8)

 

Broadcast - NBC, 1940 April 16 (#9)

 

Julien Bryan (#10)

 

Bulletins

 

Commission for Polish Relief

 

The Paderewski Fund for Polish Relief

 

Paderewski Testimonial Fund, Inc. and Paderewski Hospital (#11)

 

C - General, 1939-1940 (#12)

 

California Committee - General (#13)

 

California

 

Hollywood Committee

 

Thaddeus Wronski, 1940 (#14)

 

1939 September-1940 May (#15)

 

Pasadena Committee (#16)

 

San Francisco Committee, 1940 (#17)

 

Carrel, M.D., 1940 (#18)

 

Clothing, 1940 (#19)

 

Colorado Committee Corp., 1940 (#20)

Box 31

Commission for Polish Relief, Inc. (#1)

 

Commission for Polish Relief, Inc. - information on forming chapters (#2)

 

Paderewski Fund for Polish Relief (PFPR) - information for the formation of committees (#3)

 

Concerts - suggested, 1940 (#4)

 

Connecticut Committee - General, 1940 (#5)

 

Connecticut New Haven Committee, 1940 (#6)

 

D - General. 1939-1940 (#7)

 

Baron De Ropp's Report, 1940 January (#8)

 

Dinner, 1940 March 18 - speech by Potocki (#9)

 

District of Columbia - Washington Committee, 1940 (#10)

 

E - General, 1939-1940 (#11)

 

F - General (#12)

 

Fennell, Gerald M., 1940 (#13)

 

Form letters (#14)

 

G - General (#15)

 

Georgia - General Committee Corp. (#16)

 

Government Appropriations, 1940 (#17)

 

H - General, 1939-1940 (#18)

 

Herbert Hoover (#19)

 

I - General, 1940 (#20)

 

Inter-office memos (#21)

 

Illinois

 

Chicago Committee (#22)

 

Chicago Musical Arts Club (Mrs. S. V. ?) (#23)

 

Champaign, Urbana, Committee, 1940 (#24)

 

Indiana

 

Indianapolis Committee, 1940 (#25)

 

South Bend Committee, 1940 (#25A)

 

J - General, 1939-1940 (#26)

 

K - General, 1939-1940 (#27)

 

Kellogg, Mrs. V. (personal) (#28)

 

Knights of Columbus, 1940 (#29)

 

Knitting groups, 1940 (#30)

Box 32

L - General, 1939-1940 (#1)

 

Louisiana (New Orleans Committee), 1940 (#2)

 

M - General, 1939-1940 (#3)

 

Dr. Henry N. McCracken, 1940 (#4)

 

Massachusetts

 

Boston Committee, 1940 (#5)

 

Pittsfield Committee, 1940 (#6)

 

Michigan

 

Committees - General, 1940 (#7)

 

Detroit Committee, 1940 (#8)

 

Grand Rapids Committee, 1940 (#9)

 

Minnesota - Duluth Committee (#10)

 

Music dealers and organizations (#11)

 

N - General, 1940 (#12)

 

National Association of Music Merchants (#13)

 

National Committee (#14)

 

National Federation of Music Clubs (#15)

 

National Information Bureau (#16)

 

Nebraska - Omaha Committee (#17)

 

New Jersey

 

Princeton Committee (#18)

 

Sayreville, South Amboy, South River Committees (#19)

 

State Committee - Trenton (#20)

 

New York State

 

General Comm. Corp. (#21)

 

Albany Committee (#22)

 

Ohio - Toledo Committee (#23)

 

P - General, 1940 (#24)

 

Paderewski Welcoming Committee (#25)

Box 33

Old Paderewski Fund folder (circulars) (#1)

 

Guido Pantaleoni, Jr., 1940 May-1941 April (#2)

 

Pennsylvania

 

Erie Committee (#3)

 

Philadelphia Committee (#4)

 

Polish American Council, 1940 (#5)

 

Polish Embassy (WDC), 1939-1940 (#6)

 

Polish Falcons of America, 1940 (#7)

 

Polish film, 1940 (#8)

 

Problem of relief for Poland (#9)

 

R - General (#10)

 

Maximilian B. Rinov, 1940 (#11)

 

Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1940 re visit (#12)

 

S - General (#13)

 

St. Regis Meeting

 

1940 April 22

 

Acceptances (#14)

 

Regrets (#15)

 

St. Regis - other meetings (#16)

 

Speeches (#17)

 

Tennessee Committee (#18)

 

Texas Committee (#19)

 

Mrs. Lawrence Tibbett (#20)

 

U - General, 1940 (#21)

 

U.S. Committee for the Care of European Children (#22)

 

V - General (#23)

 

Vermont Committee - General (#24)

 

Victor Company, 1941 (#25)

 

W - General, 1939-1940 (#26)

 

Washington State Committee - General (#27)

 

Wisconsin Committee - General (#28)

 

X, Y, Z - General (#29)

Box 34

Paderewski Hospital

 

Trusteeship (#1)

 

Survey (A. C. Pierson)

 

1949-1950 (correspondence reports) (#2)

 

1951 (#3)

 

Inventory (from Pierson) (#4)

 

Pierson's correspondence with Coward and Chance (Deed of Trust) (#5)

 

Board of Trade, London (#6)

 

Coward and Chance - re Steczkowski (#7)

 

Deloitte, Plendor, Griffiths - report on Steczkowski accounts (#8)

 

Sale of hospital equipment (#9)

 

Medical Library (#10)

 

State Department and National War Fund (#11)

 

Paderewski Testimonial Fund - Steczkowski and Pierson correspondence (#12)

 

Depositions as to S. Claims (#13)

 

National City Bank (letters exchanged with London Branch) (#14)

 

Inventory - Dr.Steczkowski, 1952 October (#15)

Box 35

Sale of equipment, 1951 - Mr. Pearson (live bids) (#1)

 

Pierson - Steczkowski correspondence, 1951-1952 (#2)

 

Sale of equipment, 1951 - Mr. Pearson (no bids) (#3)

 

Shipment of equipment, 1950-1951 (#4)

 

Trans-World Surgical Corporation

 

Copy of contract included (#5)

 

Mr. Pierson, 1953 (#6)

 

Contract, 1951 November (#7)

 

Section of photographs of hospital (Paderewski Hospital - Polish School of Medicine) (#8)

 

Circulars (#9)

 

Tributes and letters of thanks (#10)

 

History - General Statement (#11)

Box 36

Paderewski Hospital's Director - Dr. Anthony T. Jurasz, M.D. (photos, testimonial letters) (#1)

 

1941

 

Correspondence and cables (#2)

 

Sponsors (#3)

 

October 17 - opening ceremonies, speeches (#4)

 

Madame Wilkonska Bed (Chairman, Helena Monsztyn) (#5)

 

1942 - correspondence and cables (#6)

 

1943 - correspondence and cables (#7)

 

Dr. Jurasz' visit to US, 1942-1943 (#8)

 

World's Fair Donation, 1943-1944 (#9)

 

Medical Library - Kosciuszko Foundation, 1943 (#10)

 

1944 - correspondence and cables (#11)

 

1945 - correspondence and cables

 

January-June (#12)

 

July-December (#13)

Box 37

Mobile Hospital to Poland (#1)

 

Gift of Mobile Chapel (#2)

 

Gifts in kind (#3)

 

Dr. Jurasz' report on German camps (#4)

 

Dr. Jurasz' visit to US, 1945 July 11-29 (#5)

 

1946

 

Correspondence and cables

 

January-June (#6)

 

July-December (#7)

 

Edinburgh Committee (#8)

 

Mobile Hospital to Poland (#9)

 

Special gift to David Band (#10)

 

Nursery - Remittances, 1943 March-1946 July and accounts, 1944 January 1-1945 October 30 (#11)

 

Student and Staff Special Fund Remittances (#12)

 

1947 - correspondence and cables (#13)

 

Mitana

 

Polish Trip, 1947 (#14)

 

Paderewski Institute - report on Switzerland (with Prof. W. Koskowski) (#15)

 

Paderewski Institute Plans, etc., 1947 (#16)

Box 38

Protest re removal of hospital, 1947 (#1)

 

1948 - Steczkowski's letter, 1948 August 17 establishing monthly remittance including salary (#2)

 

1949 (#3)

 

1949 - newspaper criticisms re disposal (#4)

 

1950 (#5)

 

1951 (#6)

 

1952 (#7)

 

1953 (#8)

 

Mr. Gross - correspondence re Paderewski Hospital, 1952-1953 (#9)

 

1954, 1955, 1956 (#10)

Box 39

Paderewski Mobile Hospital

 

Bills of lading (#1)

 

Office of Defense Transportation (#2)

 

Nash - Kelvinator Corp. (#3)

 

Studebaker Export Corp. (#4)

 

Photographs (glossy) (#5)

 

Paderewski Hospital Shipping

 

Atlantic Forwarding Co. (#6)

 

British Ministry of Supply Mission (#7)

 

British War Relief

 

1945-1946 (#8)

 

1944 (#9)

 

1942-1943 (#10)

 

Foreign Economic Administration (#11)

 

Northwestern Storage Warehouse (#12)

 

War Production Board (#13)

 

Shipping list (#14)

 

Refugees of England - N.Y. Office, 1941-1942 (list of instruments and equipment to Paderewski Hospital) (#15)

 

Allies Wing British War Relief Soc. (London, 1940) Mrs. Jack Crawshay, 1941 (#16)

Box 40

Refugees of England - N.Y. Office, 1941-1942 - correspondence (#1)

 

Allies Wing British War Relief

 

1942-1944 (#2)

 

1945-1949 (#3)

 

Paderewski Mobile Hospital to Poland, 1945-1948 (UNRRA - Amb. Griffis, American Relief for Poland, National Catholic Welfare Conf., Dr. Jurasz' report, National War Fund) (#4)

 

Translation - Mobile Hospital distribution (Polish Social Service Bureau) (#5)

 

Original Inventory from which translation was made (#6)

 

Paderewski Hospital Mobile Unit - Inventory of Distribution (#7)

Box 41

Paderewski Hospital and purchases

 

Balance requirements (#1)

 

Cambridge Instrument Company (#1A)

 

Collegiate Outfitting Company, 1945 (nurses uniforms) (#2)

 

Cochrane Physicians Supplies, Inc., 1943-1947 (surgical instruments, equipment, etc.) (#3)

 

Cochrane Physicians Supplies - duplicate bills (#4)

 

Colson-Merriam Company, 1944 (food conveyers) (#5)

 

Cornell Linen Company, 1942-1943 (#6)

 

County Surgical Company, Inc., 1942 (equipment) (#7)

 

Drey Hygienic Company, 1942 (#8)

 

Drugs and Books, 1942 (Towns and James - Commons Bros., 1944-1945) (#9)

 

Exercycle Company, 1946 (#10)

 

General Electric Company, 1946 (#11)

 

Frank A. Hall and Sons, 1942-1943 (#12)

 

Hospital Equipment Corporation, `943 (#13)

 

Hospital Supply Company (Watters Laboratories, 1942-1943) (#14)

 

International Silver Company, 1945 (#15)

 

Paderewski Hospital Library (#16)

 

Paderewski Hospital Library

 

Booklists, etc., donors, plates (#17)

Box 42

Renewal magazine subscriptions, 1949-1950 (#1)

 

Maplewood paper mills (#2)

 

Dr. Theodore Meltzer, 1941-1944 - NYC office (#3)

 

Miscellany (motion picture, etc.) (#4)

 

Picker X-Ray Corporation (#5)

 

Remington Rand Inc. (typewriters) (#6)

 

Nathan Straus-Duparquet, Inc. (#7)

 

Superior Linen Company (#8)

 

Tobacco (#9)

 

Ges. Wiegl and Co. (#10)

 

Westinghouse Electric International (#11)

 

Eastside Chevrolet Corporation (Mobile TB-Unit) (#12)

 

Licenses and permits (Mobile TB-Unit) (#13)

 

Packing and shipping (Mobile TB-Unit) (#14)

 

Photographs - glossies (Mobile TB-Unit) (#15)

 

Standard Body and Equipment Corporation (Mobile X-Ray TB-Unit) (#16)

 

Westinghouse Electric International (Mobile TB-Unit) (#17)

Box 43

Second Truck Mobile

 

Architects, 1943-1945 (#1)

 

Chev. Chasses (GMI) (#2)

 

Builders (#3)

 

Payments, etc. (#4)

 

Licenses, etc. (#5)

 

Photos, publicity (#6)

 

Chemical Warfare service (#7)

 

Chief of Engineers (#8)

 

Ordnance Department (#9)

 

Prop. Transfer Orders (#10)

 

Quarter Master Gen (#11)

 

Army Service Forces (#12)

 

Chief Signal Officer (#13)

 

Surgeon General (#14)

 

Transportation Officer (#15)

 

Treas. Department (#16)

 

War Department (#17)

 

British War Relief (shipping), 1944-1946 (#18)

Box 44

Paderewski Hospital - new sites

 

General correspondence (#1)

 

Correspondence with foundations, government, etc. (a few cross-indexed) (#2)

 

Catholic orders (some indexed) (#3)

 

Polish organizations (some) (#4)

 

Africa, 1949 (#5)

 

Alaska, 1948-1949 (#5A)

 

Argentina, 1949 (#6)

 

Columbia - Bogota, 1950 (#7)

 

Buffalo, NY, 1949-1950 (#8)

 

Canada

 

Montreal, 1950 (#9)

 

Toronto, 1950-1951 (#10)

 

Brazil, 1948-1950 (#11)

 

Toronto (includes photos), 1947-1949 (#12)

 

Canada

 

(Mr. G. R. Giradin - United Polish Relief Fund of Canada, United Emergency Fund for Britain, 1947-1949) (#13)

 

Miscellaneous sites (#14)

Box 45

War Assets Corporation (Ottawa) (#1)

 

Sisters of the Resurrection Hospital Project (Chicago) (#2)

 

Ecuador (#3)

 

England, 1947-1948 (#4)

 

France, 1947-1949 (#5)

 

Germany (#6)

 

PA. (Hazelton) (#7)

 

India (#8)

 

Jamaica (B.W.I.) (#9)

 

Dr. Jurasz' report, 1948 (#10)

 

Dr. Koskowski's report (France-England) (#11)

 

Korea, 1949-1950 (#12)

 

Bolivia (La Paz), 1950 (#13)

 

Correspondence with Ignatius Nurkiewicz (re new hospital), 1951 (#14)

 

Puerto Rico

 

1949-1950 (#15)

 

1948 (#16)

 

Proposed budget (#17)

 

Maine (Quoddy Village) (#18)

 

Switzerland (#19)

 

Turkey (#20)

 

United States, 1949 (#21)

 

Venezuela, 1949 (#22)

 

Virgin Islands, 1947-1951 (#23)

 

Yonkers (#24)

 

Paderewski Hospital staff (curriculae) - relocation

 

Chicago, Illinois - Dr. W. F. Kalisz, 1950 (org's cross-indexed) (#25)

 

University of Pennsylvania - Dr. Oscar V. Batson (#26)

Box 46

Alphabetically in folders A through L including the following names

 

Dr. J. B. Dekanski (#5)

 

Dr. K. P. Durkacz (#6)

 

Geo. Fegler (#9)

 

Dr. T. Falkiewicz (#10)

 

Dr. Josef Goldberg (#12)

 

Dr. Stefan Grzybowski (#13)

 

Dr. A. W. Jakubski (#16)

 

Dr. Antoni Jurasz (#16A)

 

Dr. Zenon Kocay (#18)

 

Dr. C. K. Kolodynski (#19)

 

Dr. W. Koskowski (#20)

 

Dr. Marjan Kostowiecki (#21)

 

Dr. K. Kuczynski (#22)

 

Dr. Lucas L. Kulczycki (#23)

Box 47

Alphabetically from M through Z with these particular names

 

Dr. Z. Malkiewicz (#2)

 

Dr. B. Markowski (#3)

 

Dr. Z. Menschik (#4)

 

Dr. Elizabeth Poland (#8)

 

Dr. Jan Ruszkowski (#10)

 

Dr. A. W. Soltysik (#12)

 

Dr. Herbert Staniszewski (#13)

 

Dr. Waclaw Szlichcinski (#14)

 

Dr. Wiktor Tomaszewski (#16)

 

Dr. Bernard Wronski (#20)

 

Dr. Antoni Waden (#21)

 

Dr. W. A. Wielhorski (#22)

 

Relocation of personnel - correspondence with organizations, etc., 1951-1952 (#24)

 

IBID, 1949-1950 (#25)

 

Paderewski Testimonial Fund - Loan Fund (hospital survey) (#26)

 

Dr. Jurasz' lists for Paderewski Hospital staff (#27)

Box 48-54

Bank statements-cancelled checks, 1941 April-1956

Box 55

Paderewski Hospital financial statements, 1944-1948 June

Box 56

Paderewski Hospital accounts, 1946

 

vouchers, 1947 January 1-May 14

Box 57

vouchers, 1947

 

London Office accounts

 

1948-1950

 

Dr. Steczkowski's monthly accounts, 1950 January-1952 August

Box 58

1950-1952 (Dr. Steczkowski)

 

List of books purchased for the Paderewski Hospital Library (card index)

Box 59-70

Acknowledgements of donations received from 1939-1948

Box 71

Miscellaneous WWII material (not Paderewski Testimonial Fund)

 

Miscellaneous Material

 

Carton 1

 

3" x 5" card file - key to Paderewski Testimonial Fund files (index)

 

3" x 5" - 4 drawer file - names of contributors to Paderewski Fund (by states, and Queens, Bronx, NYC, etc.)

 

Carton 2

 

Miscellaneous office ledgers, checkbooks stubs, etc.

Box 72

Miscellany

 

"Liberation - Russian Style" (n.s.), London, 1944, 88 pps (trials of women during war in Poland, attempt to locate relatives) (#1)

 

Elaborate ink pad folder with some personal items of Anne Osterberg (secretary - Paderewski Testimonial Fund) (#2)

 

Record cabinet

Sound Recordings (Phonorecords) 1940

Record cabinet

Sound recording of Jan Paderewski speech to the U.S. 1940 January 29

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 59024_a_0001713
Record cabinet

Sound recording of NBC Talk: Mr. Mikolojczyk undated

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 59024_a_0001778

Scope and Content Note

Part 3
Record cabinet

The Armies of Poland in Britain sound recording 1940 January 29

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 59024_a_0002810

Scope and Content Note

A documentary concerning the lives of Polish soldiers during World War II. Parts 2 and 4
Box: 79-84:

Incremental Materials

Scope and Content Note

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