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Guide to the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Collection

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University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
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© 2000
The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Guide to the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) Collection, 1950-1991 [bulk dates 1961-1987]

Collection number: Mss 18

Department of Special Collections

Davidson Library

University of California, Santa Barbara

Contact Information:

  • Department of Special Collections
  • Davidson Library
  • University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Santa Barbara, CA 93106
  • Phone: (805) 893-3062
  • Fax: (805) 893-5749
  • Email: special@library.ucsb.edu
  • URL: http://www.library.ucsb.edu/speccoll/speccoll.html
Processing Information:
Arrangement and description by Deborah Kennedy, David C. Tambo, Yolanda Blue, Louisa Dennis, and Elizabeth Witherell; also student assistants Elizabeth Aburto, Julie Baron, Marisela Bautista, Liz Bittner, Michelle Bowden, Chris Caldow, Jacqueline Chau, Alison Church, Hubert Dubrulle, Sivakumar Elambooranan, Richard Frausto, Michael Fry, Joseline Garde, Joseph Gardner, Tim Hagen, Arlene Hebron, Kara Heerman, M. Pilar Herraiz, Ain Hunter, Sandra Jacobs, Derek Jaeger, Gisele Jones, Julie Kravets, Annie Leatt, Kurt Morrill, Chris Shea, Robert Simons, Kay Wamser, Leon Zimlich, and other Library and Special Collections staff and student assistants. Latest revision D. Tambo.
Date Completed:
12/29/99
Latest Revision:
Mar. 10, 2011
Encoded by:
Xiuzhi Zhou
© 2000 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Collection
Dates: 1950-1991
Bulk Dates: 1961-1987
Collection number: Mss 18
Creator: Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
Collection Size: ca. 650 linear feet (942 boxes; 191 reels of microfilm; ca. 3,500 audiotapes, 127 reels of film, and 57 videotapes [various formats]. Online items available.
Repository: University of California, Santa Barbara. Library. Dept. of Special Collections
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
Abstract: Records of the internationally renowned Santa Barbara-based think tank, emphasizing issues such as education, freedom of the press, international relations, public policy, religion, and science and technology in modern society. Included are materials relating to CSDI leaders such as Robert Hutchins, Harry Ashmore, Elisabeth Mann Borgese, W. H. Ferry, Frank Kelly, Stanley K. Sheinbaum, and Harvey Wheeler. Also includes papers, talks, correspondence, and other materials relating to hundreds of other well known figures such as Mortimer Adler, Alexander Comfort, William O. Douglas, Mircea Eliade, J. William Fulbright, Hubert H. Humphrey, Clark Kerr, Eugene McCarthy, Gunnar Myrdal, Reinhold Niebuhr, Linus Pauling, James A. Pike, B. F. Skinner, Adlai Stevenson, Arnold Toynbee, UN Secretary-General U Thant, and Earl Warren.
Physical Location: Boxes 1-241, 255-269, 271, 273-880 (SRLF); Boxes 242-254, 881-942 (Annex 2); Boxes 270 and 272 transferred to Princeton University.
Language: English.

Access Restrictions

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for access.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections, UCSB. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which also must be obtained.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Collection. Mss 18. Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Acquisition Information

Bulk of the collection donated by the Center after it ceased operations at UCSB in 1987. Subsequent donations by Harry S. Ashmore and Otis L. Graham, Jr. , which are found in their respective sections of the Administrators' Files, 1995.

Funding

The UCSB University Libraries wishes to express its gratitude to the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, and to the California State Historical Records Advisory Board, not only for much needed funding support to process the collection, but also for numerous helpful suggestions which assisted in the planning and completion of this project.

History of the Center

The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions grew out of the 'Basic Issues' program of the Fund for the Republic. The Fund emerged from a desire to combat the rampant abuses of American civil liberties that characterized the McCarthy era. With a fifteen million dollar grant from the Ford Foundation, the Fund set in 1954 to provide support to church, educational, and social service organizations in their efforts to protect the rights enumerated in the first ten Amendments to the Constitution.
In 1957, unsatisfied with administering a grant making institution, Robert Maynard Hutchins, former president of the University of Chicago, assembled a group of, in his words, "great minds" to study "the current status" of corporations, trade unions, the common defense, religion, the mass media, political parties, pressure groups, and professional associations. With a core group of twelve consultants drawn from a variety of disciplines and careers, Hutchins attempted to foster interdisciplinary discussion on these 'basic issues.' Between 1957 and 1959 the core group was joined by more than 300 scholars and experts. Over a million copies of the Funds' fifty-four pamphlets, occasional papers, transcripts, and reports to the Fund were distributed from the Basic Issues program. As the consultants were unable to devote themselves entirely to these discussions, however, the level of these exchanges failed to meet Hutchins' expectations. He persuaded the Funds' Board of Directors to devote their remaining resources to the establishment of what he called a "center of operations that would allow us to enlarge the residential group and to extend the time that non-residential members might visit headquarters and take part in the Program." Thus, in 1959, the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions was born.
Early in the Center's existence, it entered into an agreement with the Encyclopaedia Britannica to undertake an ambitious project to revise the structure of the encyclopaedia. The project, scheduled for completion in time for the Britannica's 200th anniversary in 1968, called for the production of fifteen overarching 'Roof Articles' that would address the Political Order, the Economic Order, Religion, Philosophy, the Technological Order, the Legal Order, Nature, Human Nature, Education, Communications, Mathematics and Logic, the Social Order, the World Order, the Fine Arts, and Medicine. While the proposed restructuring of Britannica was not completed in time for the anniversary, the Roof Article project did result in the publication of Britannica Perspectives in 1968. The issues addressed by the Roof Articles, combined with the Basic Issues program, set the agenda for the Center's dialogues in the years to come.
Over the years Hutchins tried to explain this unusual institution, the Center. In a speech at the University of Chicago in 1967, he described it this way:
"The Center consists of twenty-five men who meet every day in a Spanish style building known to the members as El Parthenon. The men, one of whom is a woman, are writers, philosophers, scientists, social scientists, and lawyers, with two bishops and two ex-college presidents thrown in... It is not a think tank hired to do the planning that public agencies or private businesses cannot or will not do for themselves. Neither is it a refuge for scholars who want to get away from it all and do their research and write their books. It is an organized group, rather than a collection of individuals. It is an organization of men who are free of any obligation except to join in an effort to understand the subjects they have selected for study. It is a community. And, since its members are trying to think together, it may be called, at least in potentiality, an intellectual community."
Guided by Hutchins' vision of truly interdisciplinary discourse, this intellectual community flourished and the daily dialogue discussions brought together a wide variety of individuals to investigate these issues and their relationship to the world. Practically, however, the Center struggled to establish financial independence and political harmony among the staff. Over two-thirds of the original fifteen million dollars from the Ford Foundation was distributed as grants during the early years of the Fund, with grants going to the Anti-Defamation League, the Southern Regional Council, the NAACP, the American Friends Service Committee, and other organizations working to protect basic constitutional rights. The Encyclopaedia Britannica project helped finance the Center's operations during the early years but the need to generate new sources of funds continued to plague its administration.
Over and beyond Hutchins' intellectual vision, he demonstrated a talent for raising funds for the Center's operations. Outside of the Academic Program, many of the programs undertaken by the Center were attempts to raise capital. The Membership Program provided the Center with the means to raise funds, interact with interested individuals across the country, share some of the Center's discussions, and receive feedback from outside sources. In the latter 1960s Chester F. Carlson, inventor of the Xerox process, provided the Center with the funds, in the form of Xerox stock, to expand its publications program. This included the Center Magazine, which served as the main source of communication between the Center and its membership.
Perhaps predictably, the administrative course of the Center was not always smooth. Hutchins was a brilliant judge of ideas, and the men (and a few women) with whom he surrounded himself met his intellectual standards. But the Center was in many ways an extension of his formidable ego and his colleagues had their own agendas, which did not always match Hutchins' conception of the Center. By 1969, internal disputes made consensus among the staff impossible and, with the support of the Board, the Center underwent reorganization.
With reorganization, the legal authority remained vested in the Board of Directors of the Fund for the Republic, Inc., the legal entity. The offices of Chairman of the Board and the Chief Executive Officer of the Center were combined, with Hutchins assuming both roles. The status of Fellow was stratified into Senior Fellows, Visiting Fellows, Associates, and Consultants. The Senior Fellows became the governing body for the Academic Program. Hutchins appointed the first Senior Fellow and, as the group grew, each Fellow participated in the election of the other Fellows.
The Office of President of the Center (Chief Operating Officer) answered to the Chief Executive Officer and assumed responsibility for all Center functions except the academic program. The Center's publications came under the direct control of the Editor of the Center Magazine. While the Senior Fellows determined the content of the Academic Program, from which much of the mateial for the publications was drawn, the Editor decided what material would be selected for publication.
Center programs continued through the 1970s and Hutchins remained the Center's guiding force until his death in 1977. His one attempt to retire in 1973 met with failure when the changes proposed by his replacement, Malcolm Moos, proved unacceptable to the Board and the majority of the Senior Fellows. Moos resigned in 1975 amid controversy and Hutchins was reinstated. Without Hutchins presence and leadership after 1977, however, the Center was unable to continue as a freestanding institution.
Further reorganization and association with the University of California, Santa Barbara, occurred in late 1979. The Center moved from its home on Eucalyptus Hill to new quarters on the UCSB campus. The Fund for the Republic was dissolved, assets transferred to the university, and the Center's name changed to the Robert Maynard Hutchins Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. The Center's programs also underwent a change, with full-time Fellows being replaced with visiting scholars. Despite some encouraging developments in the early years of the Center's association with UCSB, financial and administrative problems continued. Following a series of short-term directors, the Center closed in 1987.

Scope and Content Notes

The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Collection, 1950-1991, contains 710 linear feet of material, including paper records, microfilm, photographs, audiotapes, films, videotapes, artwork, and artifacts. The paper records, photographs and microfilm have been processed, with partial funding by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. The audiovisual materials, artwork, and artifacts are largely unprocessed.
The greatest strengths of the collection lie in areas such as the dialogue discussion papers and transcripts of taped gatherings and interviews. These offer an insider's view of the examination of basic issues confronting contemporary society from the 1950s through the 1980s, by hundreds of the most astute observers of the time. Correspondence and accompanying materials provide further insight into participants responses to their colleagues' views. The extensive photographic holdings bring to life the numerous and varied Center programs, as well as the individuals participating in them. In many regards, the microfilm holdings constitute a large, separate but related collection, particularly strong in depicting the early years of the Center and its closely associated institution, the Fund for the Republic. Finally, the raw, unedited audiotapes of hundreds of conferences, convocations, meetings and interviews, give a fascinating account of the proceedings as they actually occurred.
The collection, however, does have some gaps. The files of many, but not all, of the Center's administrators are found in the collection. Documentation is increasingly incomplete after the Center's 1979 move to the University of California, Santa Barbara campus. There are conspicuous gaps in a number of correspondence series, particularly in cases where only a portion of an alphabetical sequence is present. Records of some conferences and convocations also are largely absent.
The materials in the CSDI Collection are predominantly from the 1959-1987 period, when the Center was located in Santa Barbara. Most of the records of the related Fund for the Republic, Inc., 1952-1959 and to some extent, 1959-1965, are located at Princeton University. Some of the post-1961 records at Princeton were returned to UCSB in 1999. These currently are unprocessed, although an in-house box-level list is available.
The organization of the collection generally follows the original order of the records, to the extent that it could be determined. For the most part it also reflects the administrative structure of the Center. The collection is organized by series, then sub-series. Each sub-series has received a unique alpha-numeric designation, e.g. M18-0102. 'M' indicates manuscripts, 'F' microformats, and 'P' photographic images. '18' indicates collection number 18, '01' series one, and '02' sub-series two. The collection contains the following series and sub-series, with each sub-series beginning box numbering anew. More detailed information about the individual series and sub-series is located in the container list.

Series Description

SERIES 01: ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS.
SUB-SERIES M18-0101: GENERAL. (Boxes 1-45).
Incoming/outgoing correspondence and related materials from various CSDI staff, including Robert Maynard Hutchins, Harry Ashmore, Gary M. Cadenhead, John Cogley, Hallock Hoffman, Frank K. Kelly and Donald McDonald; mainly relating to the Center Magazine and other publications business, including submission of articles, the bulk of the material ca. 1968-1974.
SUB-SERIES M18-0102: ADMINISTRATORS' FILES.
More detailed biographical sketches for each administrator are included in the container list. This sub-series includes files for:
Ashmore, Harry S.
CSDI: Member, Board of Directors, 1958-1979; Executive Vice-President, 1967-1969, 1974-1975; President, 1970-1974; Fellow of the Center, 1965-1983; Senior Fellow, 1969-1975; Associate, 1975-1983. Contains general correspondence and related material, files relating to Board of Directors, Communications Program, conferences and convocations (especially PIT II and trips to Hanoi), Mass Communications, Parvin Foundation, Senior Fellows meetings, speeches and engagements, and writings, 1959-1991. (Boxes 1-61).
Cadenhead, Gary M.
CSDI: Secretary/Treasurer, responsible for budget and cost control, investment management, and personnel administration, also Secretary to the Senior Fellows, 1970-1975. Fiiles include budget and financial material, correspondence, memoranda, and agenda regarding dialogue sessions, seminars, and conferences, ca. 1970-1975. (Boxes 62-65).
Fagan, Brian M.
CSDI: Director, 1979. Small amount of correspondence and memoranda, 1979-1980. (Box 66).
Ginsburg, Norton Sydney.
CSDI: Visiting Professor, 1971; Senior Fellow, 1972-1974; Dean/Director of Academic Program, 1971-1974; Associate, 1975-1983; Fellow, 1976-1983. Includes general files, with materials on Associates meetings, conference files, and correspondence, 1970-1974. (Boxes 67-96).
Graham, Otis L., Jr.
CSDI: Associate and Consultant, 1975-1983; Fellow, 1976-1983; Program Director, 1976-1979; Chairman, Steering Committee, 1979. Primarily files on participants and programs, the bulk from the latter 1970s. (Boxes 97-100).
Hutchins, Robert Maynard.
CSDI: Chief Executive Officer, 1954-1974; President, 1956-1969, 1975-1977; Member, Board of Directors, 1956-1969, 1974-1977; Chairman of the Consultants, 1958-1962; Fellow of the Center, 1965-1974; Senior Fellow, 1969-1974; Chairman, Board of Directors, 1970-1974; Chairman of Fellows, 1971-1974; Life Fellow, 1974-1977. Contains general administrative and conference files (including Pacem in Maribus and Pacem in Terris), and correspondence, 1961-1977. (Boxes 101-123).
Kelly, Frank K.
CSDI: Vice President, 1956-1974; Staff Administrator/Director of Mass Media Project, 1958-1967; Fellow, 1965-1969; Director of Continuing Education, 1965-1972. Correspondence and accompanying material, mainly relating to program ideas and proposals, 1964-1970. (Boxes 124-133).
Mitchell, Maurice B.
CSDI: Member, Board of Directors, 1977-1979; President, 1978-1979. Mostly incoming/outgoing correspondence, memoranda, agenda, minutes and reports, including Board of Directors and some University of Denver files, 1977-1979. (Boxes 134-150).
Moos, Malcolm Charles.
CSDI: President, 1974-1975. Files pertaining to Board members, staff, programs, Senior and Visiting Fellows, mainly 1974-1975. (Boxes 151-153).
Sills, Deborah.
CSDI: Program Coordinator, 1980-1981. Correspondence, memos, clippings and Reports, 1979-1983. (Boxes 154-156).
Tagger, Peter.
CSDI: Director of Membership Services, 1965-1970; Director of Promotion, Membership, and Development, 1971-1974; Director of Membership/Publications Program, 1975-1979; Secretary-Treasurer, 1975-1979; Consultant for Membership Services, 1979. Includes correspondence and related material pertaining to administrative matters such as Center reorganization, academic programs, conferences, contacts, fundraising, legal and financial issues, and Center property, 1966-1979. (Boxes 157-168).
Wheeler, Harvey.
CSDI: Staff, 1961-1964; Fellow/Senior Fellow, 1965-1975; Program Director, 1969-1975. Contains incoming/outgoing correspondence and accompanying materials relating to publications, programs and other Center business, as well as conference files, interviews, Roof Article files, and writings, ca. 1958-1975. (Boxes 169-194).
Wilkinson, John.
CSDI: Staff, 1962-1964; Fellow of the Center, 1965-1976; Senior Fellow, 1973-1974. Alphabetically arranged F-H files only, mainly correspondence, memos, and reports, 1962-1974. (Boxes 195-196).
SUB-SERIES M18-0103: ANNUAL REPORTS. (Box 242).
Contains printed reports, not always annual and lacking some years, with information on programs, plans, staff and budget, 1953-1984.
SUB-SERIES M18-0104: BOARD OF DIRECTORS. (Boxes 243-254; 932).
Contains Board meeting files, including minutes, indexes to minutes, attachments and related correspondence, reports and recommendations, 1952-1986. Also contains general files relating to prominent Board members such as Harry S. Ashmore, Robert M. Hutchins, and William O. Douglas, as well as files on issues such as the move to UCSB.
SUB-SERIES M18-0105: FINANCIAL. (Boxes 255-284).
Includes program-by-program budget files, 1962-1986; monthly and yearly financial statements, 1958-1986; tax records, 1953-1986; and files on grants, investments, and property.
SUB-SERIES M18-0106: LEGAL. (Boxes 285-292).
Primarily files on legal cases relating to the Chester F. Carlson estate, Alexander Comfort, and W. H. Ferry.
SUB-SERIES M18-0107: RELATED CENTERS. (Boxes 293-298).
Includes brochures, correspondence, flyers, reports and other literature, ca. 1978-1984.
SUB-SERIES M18-0108: ROBERT MAYNARD HUTCHINS CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS.
In 1979, as a result of continuing financial difficulties, the Center's status as a freestanding insitution came to an end. The Center's directors voted to dissolve the Fund for the Republic, Inc. and turn over its assets to the University of California, Santa Barbara. The UCSB chancellor, Robert Huttenback, named a new board of supervisors to oversee the reconstituted Center, which was named the Robert Maynard Hutchins Center for the Study of Democratic Instutions. A series of short term directors failed to regenerate the Center and, in 1987, the new UCSB Chancellor, Barbara Uehling, terminated university support for the Center. The files found in this series primarily represent the Center's activities while at UCSB but some earlier materials apparently were pulled and interfiled with the material from the UCSB era. This sub-series includes:
  • General. Administrative files, 1974-1987. (Boxes 299-300).
  • Administration
    Cathcart, Patricia
    CSDI: Center Magazine Editorial Assistant, 1975-1978; Associate Editor, 1978-1983; Managing Editor, 1984-1985. Contains small number of files relating to Center staff, 1979-1986. (Box 301).
    McDonald,Donald
    CSDI: Fellow, 1965-1969; Center Magazine Managing Editor, 1969; Executive Editor, 1970-1974; Editor, 1975-1986; World Issues Editor, 1978-1979. Contains correspondence, 1985-1987. (Box 302).
    Miller, James Grier
    CSDI: President, 1980-1982. Mainly files regarding appointment as President of the Center, Center reorganization, and resignation, 1979-1983. (Box 303).
    Weinstein, Allen
    CSDI: President and Editor of the Center Magazine, 1984-1985. Primarily files regarding new program initiatives, financial disagreements and departure from the Center, 1983-1985. (Box 6).
  • Board of Directors. Includes biographies, 1983-1987, and meeting files, 1979-1980. (Box 305).
  • Democracy in the World Project. Includes correspondence, contracts, and financial files, 1984-1987. (Box 306).
  • Faculty Advisory Committee. Includes memoranda and transcripts of meetings, and files on potential committee members. (Box 307).
  • Legal. Includes articles of incorporation and other documents such as the Fund for the Republic and UCSB affiliation, and the merger of The Fund for the Republic and the Robert Maynard Hutchins Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. (Box 308; 933).
SUB-SERIES M18-0109: SENIOR FELLOWS. (Boxes 309-328).
Contains files on activities and speeches of senior fellows, as well as meeting minutes and related material, ca. 1965-1975. Senior Fellows were in full-time residence in Santa Barbara, and they approved the general lines of program development and the appointment of all regular participants, including Visiting Fellows, in residence for periods up to one year, and Associates, engaged in Center activities on a continuing but less than full-time basis. Each Senior Fellow was responsible for an area of continuing study, with which Visiting Fellows, Associates, Consultants and special participants often were associated. The continuing studies were incorporated into the Center's ongoing dialogue discussions.
SERIES 02: ACADEMIC PROGRAM.
The core of the Center's academic program was the dialogue discussion. Senior and Visiting Fellows, Associates, Consultants, and invited guests gathered on an almost daily basis to discuss previously distributed papers which touched upon the major issues which they felt were shaping contemporary society.
SUB-SERIES M18-0201: GENERAL.
This sub-series includes:
Program Files
Mostly papers for dialogue discussions, conferences and other meetings, together with related material such as agenda, calendars, lists of participants, and some correspondence and financial records.
Alphabetical
ca. 1957-1976. (Boxes 329-435).
Chronological
ca. 1973-1987. Includes a few files from earlier years; also some Pacem in Terris V and Washington Office files. (Boxes 436-499).
Program Card Files, Calendars, Program Participants, Program Possibilities, Appointment Calendars, and Visitors' Registers (Boxes 496-505).
SUB-SERIES M18-0202: BASIC ISSUES PROGRAM. (Boxes 506-518).
The Basic Issues Program grew out of a Hutchins proposal to form an ongoing body which would define and examine the issues underlying the theory and practice of freedom. This marked a major departure from the original limited term grant-making focus of the Fund. Hutchins assembled a distinguished group of consultants, including: A. Berle, Jr., Professor of Law at Columbia; Clark Kerr, then President of the University of California; I. I. Rabi, Nobel laureate in physics; Reinhold Niebuhr and John Courtney Murray, theologians; Eric Goldman, Princeton historian; Eugene Burdick, political scientist and novelist; George N. Shuster, then President of Hunter College; and Harrison Brown, geochemist, California Institute of Technology. Six Basic Issues studies were identified. Berle headed "The Corporation"; Rabi, "The Individual and the Common Defense"; Kerr, "The Individual and the Labor Union"; Goldman, "The Mass Media"; Burdick, "Political Parties, Pressure Groups, and Professional Associations"; and Niebuhr and Murray, "Religion in a Free Society." The Basic Issues Program produced more than 50 publications, in the form of occasional papers, pamphlets and reports. More than one million copies were distributed. This sub-series primarily contains disbound notebooks relating to individual issues, and proceedings, with meeting transcripts and related materials, ca. 1954-1960.
SUB-SERIES M18-0203: ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA PROJECT. (Boxes 519-520).
Throughout the history of the Center a close relationship existed between Robert Hutchins and William Benton, co-owner, publisher, and chairman of the Board of Directors of the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Hutchins and Benton had known each other at Yale. While he was president at the University of Chicago, Huchins appointed Benton as one of two vice presidents, and later when Hutchins was chancellor, Benton became assistant to the chancellor. In 1943, when Benton took over Encyclopaedia Britannica, he appointed Hutchins as chairman of Britannica's Board of Editors. By 1959 the Board of Editors had concluded that Britannica required a basic reorganization, and Hutchins and Benton came to an informal agreement that the Center would be closely involved in planning the reorganization. To test the topical encyclopaedia approach, a number of Center staff and fellows were enlisted to produce lengthy essays dealing with broad scientific, social, political, educational, economic and cultural issues. These essays were entitled 'Roof Articles.' Misgivings about the saleability of the topical approach, however, led to the suspension of the project by 1964. Instead, the Roof Articles were issued as a three- volume set entitled Britannica Perspectives, which commemorated the 200th anniversary of Britannica in 1968. This sub-series contains minutes, memoranda, contracts, and drafts of essays/articles for the Encyclopaedia, 1960-1966.
SUB-SERIES M18-0204: HEW CONTRACT STUDY OF THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN SOCIETY. (Boxes 521-523).
In 1972 the Center contracted with the Department of Health, Education and Welfare to take part in a long-range planning initiative regarding the future of health care in America. Harvey Wheeler, director of the project, scheduled a three-day conference entitled Social Futures Relating to Health Care in the Year 2000, held May 22-24, 1972. A followup conference, The Pursuit of Well-being (Evaluation of the HEW Report), was held Oct. 30, 1972. This sub-series contains conference files and background papers, as well as reports and other files relating to HEW.
SUB-SERIES M18-0205: WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM. (Box 524).
A continuing program of the Center, monitoring developments in the field of Bill of Rights liberties. Program plans included occasional national convocations such as the one held Dec. 7-8, 1978, in Washington, D.C. The Center also assembled a group of legal scholars and practicing attorneys, mostly former law clerks to Douglas, as a board of review. The board prepared a series of papers as background for the Washington convocation. This sub-series contains correspondence, memoranda, press releases, and other files relating to the ongoing program and the 1978 convocation.
SERIES 03: COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM.
The Communications Program was one of four components of the Center's support services, the others being the Continuing Education Program, the Development Program, and the Membership Program. All four programs were interrelated and generally comprised the 'non-academic' side that conveyed Center ideas to the public and helped to secure public funding. The bulk of the files in this series pertain to the Center's publications and its tape program.
SUB-SERIES M18-0301: GENERAL. (Box 525).
Includes Mass Media Study proposal, 1975-1976.
SUB-SERIES M18-0302: EDITORIAL OFFICE. (Boxes 526-532).
Mainly correspondence, and releases for publication, 1981-1987.
SUB-SERIES M18-0303: PUBLICATIONS.
This sub-series primarily contains correspondence and related materials about the publications, as well as a few duplicate copies of printed items. Runs of serials such as the Center Magazine are cataloged separately and may be searched on Pegasus, the UCSB Libraries online catalog. Occasional Papers are cataloged individually and likewise may be searched on Pegasus. This sub-series includes:
General
Files on Center programs, proposed publications, and publishers, 1956-1987. (Boxes 533-535).
Bulletin
1956-1963, 1965. (Box 536).
Center Diary
1963-1967. (Box 537).
Center Magazine
Contains alphabetical subject files, correspondence, and files on permissions to reprint and sales, 1967-1987. Copies of the magazine (hard copy and microformat) are cataloged separately. (Boxes 538-560).
Center Newsletter
1969-1970. (Box 561).
Center Report
1970-1976. (Box 562).
Occasional Papers
ca. 1967-1984. (Box 563).
SUB-SERIES M18-0304: TAPES.
The Center's audiotape department recorded all dialogue sessions, meetings and conferences, then edited audiotapes of selected sessions into programs which were distributed on five-inch 3 3/4 ips, half track reel-to-reel tapes and cassettes. Audiotape program catalogs were issued on a regular basis. Tapes were distributed widely for radio broadcast, classroom use, informal discussion groups, and for individual listening. This sub-series includes:
Transcripts
Contains Associates, Board, Senior Fellows and Staff meetings, dialogue discussion papers, conference papers, individual and group papers, interviews and conversations, speeches and addresses. The tapes are in Series 10: Audiovisual Materials.
Alphabetical
ca. 1961-1981. (Boxes 564-600).
Chronological
1962-1987. (Boxes 601-683).
Editorial Office
Mostly agenda, dialogues, memos, papers, taping notes and some transcripts, arranged chronologically, 1971-1984. (Boxes 684-705).
Sales
Includes correspondence, financial statements, reports, and catalogs of tapes offered for sale, ca. 1964-1983. (Boxes 706-716).
Card Files
Includes cards arranged numerically, by speaker, and by subject. (Boxes 717-719).
SERIES 04: CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM.
The Continuing Education Program was developed to involve the Center's membership more closely in its activities and to encourage further support. Gatherings were organized in numerous cities around the country. Development organized local support groups which held regularly scheduled breakfasts, luncheons, dinners and other meetings. Center Fellows and staff frequently were enlisted to discuss topics related to the Center's academic program. Communications Program, Development Program, and Membership Program operations were closely associated with Continuing Education.
SUB-SERIES M18-0401: CHICAGO OFFICE. (Boxes 720-745).
In response to financial difficulties, Center operations at Santa Barbara were curtailed in 1975, and a plan was put forward move the dialogue to Chicago, where universities in the area could provide part-time personnel. After Hutchins death in 1977, and further worsening financial conditions, the Chicago office was closed. This sub-series contains administrative files, as well as discussion papers, program files, and transcripts pertaining to dialogues, conferences, and other Chicago programs, 1975-1977.
SUB-SERIES M18-0402: FORCES OF CHANGE PROGRAM. (Boxes 746-750).
The Forces of Change Program, with funding from Irving Laucks, was developed to promote and maintain voluntary discussion groups around the country. The Center provided specially prepared literature and audiotapes to help direct the discussion. This sub-series mainly contains general administrative files, with correspondence, memoranda, reports, and other related material, ca. 1964-1966.
SUB-SERIES M18-0403: LOS ANGELES OFFICE. (Boxes 751-753).
Primarily administrative files regarding development and support for events in California, 1971-1974.
SUB-SERIES M18-0404: NEW YORK OFFICE. (Boxes 754-764).
Contains files relating to Center activities, Board of Directors, foundations, fundraising, membership, and programs such as Pacem in Terris I, 1956-1966.
SERIES 05: DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. (Boxes 765-772).
Includes files relating to the Board of Directors, budget, Center Clubs, contacts, direct mailing efforts, Fellows of the Center, foundations, fundraising, gifts, publicity, research matters, and UCSB development, 1967-1987.
SERIES 06: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS.
In addition to Santa Barbara based dialogues and other programs, the Center maintained a regular schedule of public meetings around the country, and sometimes abroad. These were designed to deal with aspects of basic issues identified in the course of developing the Academic Program. They ranged from small dialogue-style conferences through large public symposia to major international convocations extending over a period of days. These public events were intended to communicate the ideas elaborated at the Center directly to those who attended, and indirectly through news coverage and commentary in the communications media.
SUB-SERIES M18-0601: GENERAL. (Box 773).
Small number of files relating to dinners and other activities, 1957-1984.
SUB-SERIES M18-0602: CONFERENCES. (Boxes 774-786).
Includes agenda, correspondence, financial records, planning materials, programs, reports, and some transcripts of presentations, mainly for Santa Barbara-based conferences such as Broadcasting and the First Amendment, The Changing Role of Religion in Contemporary Culture, and Energy Policies and the International System, ca. 1967-1981.
SUB-SERIES M18-0603: CONVOCATIONS.
Contains files mainly relating to major international gatherings organized by the Center. This sub-series includes:
Pacem in Maribus (PIM)
Four Pacem in Maribus (PIM) convocations were held between 1970 and 1973, to examine the impact of the Marine Revolution (the industrialization of the ocean) and appropriate responses to it. In addition there were a number of planning conferences and a Continuing Group for Policy Research. Contains correspondence, memoranda, programs, as well as financial and publicity files, mainly from Elisabeth Mann Borgese, chief organizer of the convocations. (Boxes 787-789).
Pacem in Terris (PIT)
The Pacem in Terris convocations came about as a direct response to Pope John XXII's 'Peace on Earth' Encyclical, issued in 1963. The Center organized five Pacem in Terris (PIT) convocations from 1965 to 1984. The first two, in particular, were planned as international events and were widely reported in the press.
Preliminary Conference
A small planning session held at Wingspread, the Johnson Foundation conference center at Racine, Wisconsin, May 17-19, 1964, to determine the feasibility of organizing a major convocaton focusing on Pacem in Terris. Files include agenda and correspondence. (Box 790).
PIT I: Convocation on the Requirements of Peace
Held in New York City, Feb. 18-20, 1965. Speakers included U.N. Secretary-General U Thant, Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey, Chief Justice Earl Warren, J. William Fulbright, Paul Hoffman, Adlai Stevenson, and Arnold Toynbee. Files include addresses and speeches, correspondence, programs, and publicity. (Boxes 791-792).
PIT II: A Second International Convocation to Examine the Requirements for Peace
Held in Geneva, Switzerland, May 28-31, 1967. Opening convocation with address by U.N. Secretary General U Thant. As a direct result of PIT II, two Center principals, Harry S. Ashmore and William C. Baggs, traveled twice to Hanoi in an effort to further a negotiated settlement of the war in Vietnam. Includes addresses and speeches, correspondence, financial records, and publicity. (Boxes 793-813).
PIT III: A National Convocation to Consider New Opportunities for United States Foreign Policy
Held in Washington, D.C., Oct. 8-11, 1973. Opening remarks by Harold Willens and Robert M. Hutchins. Sessions on The National Interests of the United States, The National Interest and Military Power, Deterrence through the Threat of Mutual Assured Destruction, Trade and Economic Competition, The Emergence of Transnational Issues, The Imperatives of Institution-Building, and The Requirements of Democratic Foreign Policy. Speakers included Clark Clifford, Sam J. Ervin, Jr., J. William Fulbright, John Kenneth Galbraith, Henry A. Kissinger, Marshall Shulman, Paul Warnke, and Herbert York. Related publications include: The Pacem in Terris III Proceedings, 4 vols., edited by Mary Kersey Harvey and Fred Warner Neal (1974). (Boxes 814-820).
PIT IV: The Fourth in a Series of Convocations Addressed to the Search for a Charter of Practical Agreements on the Issues of War and Peace
Held in Washington, D.C., Dec. 2-4, 1975. Sometimes entitled: A National Convocation to Consider the Foreign Policy Issues in the 1976 Presidential Campaign. Opening remarks by Robert M. Hutchins and Randolph P. Compton. Sessions on The National Interest (Detente in Practice: Problems, Opportunities and Pitfalls); National Security and the Domestic Economy; The Global Condition: The Economic Dimension of Foreign Policy; Our Military Posture and Detente; The Global Condition: The Political Dimension of Foreign Policy; Foreign Policy, National Security and the Democratic Process; and Key Foreign Policy Issues in the 1976 Campaign. Speakers included Les Aspin, John Brademas, Tom Bradley, Frank Church, William Colby, Edward M. Kennedy, Daniel P. Moynihan, James R. Schlesinger, and William E. Simon. Related publications include: Pacem in Terris IV: American Foreign Policy at Home and Abroad in the Bicentennial Year, 3 vols., edited by Fred Warner Neal (1976). (Box 821).
PIT V : Democracy and the Pursuit of a Peaceful, Humane World
Held at Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., Nov. 8-10, 1984. Opening remarks by Timothy Healy, Allen Weinstein, and Brian Urquhart. Sessions on War and Peace: The Superpowers; War and Peace: The Developing World; and American National Interests: Human Rights & Refugees. Commentators and speakers included Elliot Abrams, Jose Maria de Areilza, Mary Bitterman, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Edwin Feulner, Leslie Gelb, Max Kampelman, Stanley Karnow, Peter G. Kelly, Jonathan Kwitny, Melvin Lasky, Eulah Laucks, Robert McFarlane, David Newsom, Edward Rowny, Jeremy Stone, Edward Teller, R. James Woolsey, and Herbert York. (Box 821).
Tenth Anniversary Convocation: Challenges to Democracy in the Next Decade
Held in New York, Jan. 21-22, 1963. Includes agenda, attendees, correspondence, fundraising, program, and speeches, as well as files on Mass Media, with some 1955 material apparently pulled from the Basic Issues files. (Boxes 822-823).
University in America
Held in Beverley Hills, California, May 8-10, 1966. Opening remarks by William O. Douglas and Robert M. Hutchins. One folder, with excerpts by some convocation participants, analysis of the convocation by Donald McDonald, and the program. (Box 823).
SUB-SERIES M18-0604: PUBLIC PROGRAMS. (Boxes 824-828).
Mainly administrative files on programs for Center members, conducted in cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, and New York, 1961-1985.
SUB-SERIES M18-0605: PUBLICITY/PUBLIC RELATIONS. (Boxes 829-840).
Mainly press clippings and press releases, 1952-1985.
SERIES 07: MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM.
SUB-SERIES M18-0701: GENERAL. (Boxes 841-851).
Includes files for Center Club, gifts, mailings, and membership lists, 1959-1987.
SUB-SERIES M18-0702: CONTRIBUTORS. (Boxes 852-880).
Files for different levels of support for the Center, including Directors, Founding Members, Big Contributors, and California Sustaining Members, 1959-1979.
SERIES 08: MICROFORMATS.
The Center had many of its early administrative files microfilmed. Much of the microfilmed material for the period up to 1965 subsequently was sent by the Center to the Fund for the Republic Archives, Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library, Princeton University. Some material, mainly post-1961 files, was sent back to Santa Barbara in 1999. The returned material has not yet been processed and is not included in this guide. Some of the microfilmed material not sent to Princeton subsequently was dispersed and comingled with other CSDI files, while the remainder apparently was not retained. Positive copies of the following microfilm have been made and are available for research.
SUB-SERIES F18-0801: 16MM FILM - - ADMIN - - SUBJECT FILES. (Boxes 881-883).
Includes Basic Issues Program materials and other chronologically arranged administrative records, much of which is correspondence, ca. 1950-1969. 130 reels.
SUB-SERIES F18-0802: 16MM FILM - - ADMIN - - MANUSCRIPTS. (Box 883).
Includes addresses, speeches and papers delivered at conferences, convocations, dialogue discussions, lectures, symposia, and other meetings, together with related comments, correspondence, memoranda, and writings, ca. 1959-1973. 42 reels.
SUB-SERIES F18-0803: 16MM FILM - - ADMIN - - TRANSCRIPTS. (Box 883).
Includes transcripts from conferences, conversations, dialogue discussions, interviews, lectures, seminars, speeches, and symposia, ca. 1957-1969. 10 reels.
SERIES 09: PHOTOGRAPHS.
SUB-SERIES P18-0901: BLACK/WHITE PRINTS - - BIO FILES. (Boxes 884-901).
Contains alphabetically arranged prints, generally not dated, up to 8x10 in size, with some accompanying biographical sketches.
SUB-SERIES P18-0902: BLACK/WHITE PRINTS - - MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES. (Boxes 902-912).
Contains prints arranged alphabetically by name of event or gathering, many dated, up to 8x10 in size, the majority being contact sheets, with occasional accompanying information.
SUB-SERIES P18-0903: BLACK/WHITE PRINTS - - SEPARATIONS. (Boxes 913-919).
Contains prints separated (removed) from other series in the collection; arranged in the same series and subseries order as the files from which they came. Includes photographs from Pacem in Terris I and II, Administrators' Files, such as Harry Ashmore's trips to Hanoi, and Chicago and New York offices.
SUB-SERIES P18-0904: BLACK/WHITE PRINTS - - OVERSIZE. (Boxes 920-922).
Contains alphabetically arranged prints for bio files and meetings/conferences, including Pacem in Terris II.
SUB-SERIES P18-0905: BLACK/WHITE NEGATIVES. (Boxes 923-927).
Contains 35 mm and sheet film for bio files and meetings/conferences, including Pacem in Terris II.
SUB-SERIES P18-0906: BLACK/WHITE SLIDES (35mm). (Box 928).
Contains a few slides of the Center.
SUB-SERIES P18-0907: COLOR PRINTS. (Box 929).
Contains a few 4x5 and 8x10 prints of the Center.
SUB-SERIES P18-0908: COLOR TRANSPARENCIES. (Box 930).
Contains a few 4x5 transparencies of the Pacem in Maribus Wingspread Preconference.
SUB-SERIES P18-0909: COLOR SLIDES (35mm). (Box 931).
Contains a few slides relating to the Ford Fund.
SERIES 10: OVERSIZE. (Boxes 934-941).
Contains artwork, mainly commissioned by the Center for Center Magazine covers. Included are some original pieces, as well as matted copies of the covers.
SERIES 11: ARTIFACTS/EPHEMERA. (Box 942).
Two items - a small metal sailboat presented to the Center by the Malta Government Tourist Board on the occasion of the Pacem in Maribus Convocation, June 28-July 3, 1970, and an embosser.
SERIES 12: AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS.
Contains ca. 3,500 audio tapes of Center conferences, convocations, meetings and interviews. Unedited tapes of proceedings, as well as edited tapes intended for sale to the public, are included in several distinct numerical sequences. Lists for the edited tapes, prepared by Center staff and corrected later by Special Collections staff, are available in a separate guide which is in working-draft form. Also 127 reels of film, and 57 videotapes in various formats. There are some listening and viewing copies. Please check with Special Collections staff regarding availability of copies and procedures for requesting that copies be made.
SUB-SERIES A18-1201: AUDIOTAPES.
Over 5000 primarily open reel audiotapes of CSDI events. Some tapes have been digitized.
SUB-SERIES F18-1202: FILMS.
127 reels of films.
SUB-SERIES V18-1203: VIDEOTAPES.
57 videotapes, various formats.
The UCSB University Libraries wishes to express its gratitude to the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, and to the California State Historical Records Advisory Board, not only for much needed funding support to process the collection, but also for numerous helpful suggestions which assisted in the planning and completion of this project.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Albert Parvin Foundation.
Basic Issues Program.
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
Ford Foundation.
B.F. Skinner Conference (1972 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
City Through History Conference (1973 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Conference on Broadcasting and the First Amendment (1973 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Conference on the Changing Role of Religion in Contemporary Culture (1974 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Conference on Constitutional Principles: Their Validity and Vitality Today (1973 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Conference on the Corporation and the Quality of Life (1971 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Conference on Ethnicity and Historical Identity in the United States (1974 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Conference on the Population Problem: Key Issues in Food, Population, and Development (1975 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Conference on the Presidential Powers (1970 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Conference on the Public Interest in Education (1973 : Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions)
Conference on Social and Political Change: the Role of Women (1974 : Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions)
Conference on Technology, Development, and Values (1972 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Conference on United Nations and the Third World (1970 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Lifespan Conference (1970 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Pacem in Maribus Convocation.
Pacem in Terris Convocation.
Structuralism Conference (1970 : Santa Barbara, Calif.)
United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea.
"Violence in American Life" Conference (1981)
White House Conference on Balanced National Growth and Economic Development (1978 : Washinton, D.C.)
William O. Douglas Inquiry into the State of Individual Freedom (1978 : Washington, D.C.)
Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Adler, Mortimer Jerome, 1902-2001
Ashmore, Harry S.
Benton, William, 1900-1973
Barr, Stringfellow, 1897-1982
Berle, Adolf Augustus, 1895-1971
Bohannan, Paul
Borgese, Elisabeth Mann
Bradford, Miles Gerald
Brauer, Jerald C.
Brown, Harrison, 1917-1986
Brucan, Silviu, 1916-2006
Buchanan, Scott Milross, 1895-1968
Burdick, Eugene
Calder, Ritchie, 1906-1982
Capps, Walter H.
Carlson, Chester Floyd, 1906-1968
Carlson, Rick J.
Case, Clifford P. (Clifford Philip), 1904-1982
Clark, Ramsey, 1927-
Cogley, John
Comfort, Alex, 1920-2000
Crowther, C. Edward (Clarence Edward), 1929-
Douglas, William O. (William Orville), 1898-1980
Downs, Hugh
Fadiman, Clifton, 1904-1999
Fagan, Brian M.
Ferry, W. H. (Wilbur Hugh)
Fingarette, Herbert
Ginsburg, Norton Sydney
Goldman, Eric Frederick, 1915-1989
Gottlieb, Gerald H.
Graham, Otis L.
Harvey, Mary Kersey
Hoffman, Hallock B.
Hoffman, Paul G. (Paul Gray), 1891-1974
Hutchins, Robert Maynard, 1899-
Hutchins, Vesta
Huttenback, Robert A.
Jacobs, Paul, 1918-
Jacoby, Neil H. (Neil Herman), 1909-1979
Kelly, Frank K., 1914-
Kerr, Clark, 1911-2003
Kieffer, George David
Laucks, I. F. (Irving Fink), b. 1882
Lyford, Joseph P.
McDonald, Donald
Mayer, Milton Sanford, 1908-
Miller, James Grier
Mitchell, Maurice B., 1915-
Moos, Malcolm, 1916-1982
Mordy, Wendell A., 1920-
Murray, John Courtney
Myrdal, Alva Reimer, 1902-1986
Myrdal, Gunnar, 1898-1987
Neal, Fred Warner
Niebuhr, Reinhold, 1892-1971
Norris, Barnard
Parten, J. R.
Pauling, Linus, 1901-1994
Perry, John L.
Rabi, I. I. (Isidor Isaac), 1898-1988
Roper, Elmo, 1900-1971
Schwab, Joseph Jackson, 1909-
Seeley, John R.
Sheinbaum, Stanley K.
Shuster, George Nauman, 1894-
Skinner, B. F. (Burrhus Frederic), 1904-1990
Tagger, Peter
Tugwell, Rexford G. (Rexford Guy), 1891-1979
Weinstein, Allen
Wheeler, Harvey, 1918-2004
Wilkinson, John, 1915-
Fund for the Republic
Robert Maynard Hutchins Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (U.S.)

Related Collections

Additional information on the history of the Center and Robert Maynard Hutchins may be found in the following sources:
Adler, Mortimer J. Philosopher at Large: An Intellectual Autobiography. New York: Macmillan, 1977.
__________. Humanistic Education and Western Civilization: Essays for Robert M. Hutchins. New York, 1964.
Ashmore, Harry S. Unseasonable Truths: The Life of Robert Maynard Hutchins. Boston: Little, Brown, 1989. Contains a detailed annotated bibliography of published and unpublished sources.
Douglas, William O. Go East Young Man: The Early Years. New York: Random House, 1974.
Dzuback, Mary Ann. Robert M. Hutchins: Portrait of an Educator. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991. Contains an extensive annotated bibliography of published and archival sources.
Hyman, Sidney. The Lives of William Benton. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1969.
Kelly, Frank K. Court of Reason: Robert Hutchins and the Fund for the Republic. New York: Free Press, 1981.
Kogan, Herman. The Great EB: The Story of the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1958.
Macdonald, Dwight. The Ford Foundation: The Men and the Millions. New York: Reynal & Company, 1956.
McNeill, William H. Hutchins' University: A Memoir of the University of Chicago,1929-1950. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991.
Mayer, Milton Sanford. Robert Maynard Hutchins: A Memoir. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993.
Reeves, Thomas. Freedom and the Foundation: The Fund for the Republic in the Era of McCarthyism. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1969.
Materials relating to the Center and its major figures are housed in a number of other institutions, including the following [This information has come primarily from Harry S. Ashmore's Unseasonable Truths, Mary Ann Dzuback's Robert M. Hutchins, database searches, and responses by staff of individual repositories].
  • Berea College, Berea, Kentucky. Berea College Archives.
    • Hutchins [Francis S.] Papers
    • Hutchins [William James] Papers
  • Columbia University, New York, New York.
    • Oral History Research Office: Reminiscences of Richard Flacks (Lowenstein Project)
    • Rare Book and Manuscript Library: Fadiman [Clifton] Papers
  • Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire. Dartmouth College Archives.
    • Ferry [Wilbur H.] Papers
  • Ford Foundation, New York, New York (includes records of Hutchins tenure as Associate Director).
    • General Correspondence
    • Grant Files
    • Office of the President
      • Gaither [H. Rowan] Papers
      • Heald [Henry T.] Papers
    • Oral History Transcripts: Clarence Faust, W. H. Ferry, Robert M. Hutchins
    • Unpublished Staff and Consultant Reports
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, New York.
    • Tugwell [Rexford G.] Papers
  • Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Houghton Library.
    • Buchanan [Scott] Papers
  • Institute for Philosophical Research, Chicago, Illinois.
    • Adler [Mortimer J.] Files (includes Hutchins correspondence)
  • Library of Congress.
    • Douglas [William O.] Papers (includes Hutchins correspondence)
  • New York Public Library, New York, New York. Rare Books and Manuscripts Division.
    • Carlson [Chester F.] Papers
  • Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio. Oberlin College Library, Oberlin College Archives (includes records relating to Hutchins undergraduate days).
    • Bailey [Walter K.] Papers
    • Faculty Records
    • Fullerton [Kemper] Papers
    • Osborn [Logan Omer] Papers
    • Presidents' Papers - Henry Churchill King
    • Student Life Memorabilia (scrapbooks, albums, diaries)
    • Student Records
  • Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library.
  • Rockefeller Archive Center, Pocantico Hills, New York (includes material regarding support for the University of Chicago during the Hutchins era).
    • General Education Board Files
    • Hutchins [Robert Maynard] (some material transferred from Princeton in 1999)
    • Rockefeller [Laura Spelman] Memorial Files
    • Rockefeller Foundation Archives
  • Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Rutgers University Libraries.
    • Case [Clifford P.] Papers
  • Stanford University, Stanford, California. Stanford Univesity Libraries, Department of Special Collections.
    • Sheinbaum [Stanley K.] Oral History Interview
  • State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. Archives Division.
    • Schoenbrun [David] Papers (includes material on hist 1967 tour of Asia for CSDI)
  • University of California, Berkeley. Bancroft Library.
    • Tyler [Ralph] Interview
  • University of California, Santa Barbara. Davidson Library, Special Collections.
    • Ashmore [Harry S.] Collection
    • Hutchins [Robert M.] Collection
    • Mitchel [Maurice B.] Collection
    • UCSB Oral History Program
      • Ashmore [Harry S.] Interview
      • Kelly [Frank K.] Interview
      • Mitchell [Maurice B.] Interview
    • University Archives, Public Information Office, Subject Files - Hutchins Center
  • University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Joseph Regenstein Library, Special Collections (includes records of Hutchins' tenure as President and Chancellor).
    • Archival Biographical Files
    • Benton [William] Papers
    • Dean of the College Records
    • Dell [George] Interviews with Robert M. Hutchins, Lawrence Kimpton, Richard P. McKeon, and Ralph Tyler
    • Hutchins [Robert M.] Papers, Addenda, and Unprocessed Addenda
    • Nef [John U.] Papers
    • Presidential Papers
    • Redfield [Robert] Papers
    • Schwab [Joseph J.] Papers
    • Swift [Harold H.] Papers
  • University of Connecticut, Hartford, Connecticut. Thomas J. Dodd Research Center.
    • Roper [Elmo] Papers
  • University of Denver, University Library, Special Collections Department.
    • Mitchell [Chancellor Maurice B.] Papers
  • University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky. University Archives and Records Center.
    • Miller [James Grier] Personal Papers
    • Office of the President - - James Grier Miller
  • University of Minnesota, Walter Library, University Archives.
    • Moos [Malcolm] Papers
  • Yale University
    • Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library: Wilder [Thornton] Papers (includes Hutchins correspondence)
    • Law School Library: Faculty, Governing Board, and Board of Permanent Officers' Minutes

 

SERIES 01:  ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS.

Additional Note

The Administrative Records series contains general correspondence and memoranda, individual administrator and staff files, annual reports, Board of Directors files, financial records, legal records, files on related centers, the Robert Maynard Hutchins Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions records (for the reorganized Center located in its last years at UCSB), and Senior Fellows files. Notes indicate where major groups of related records are located in other parts of the collection.
 

SUB-SERIES M18-0101:  GENERAL.

 

Correspondence

Additional Note

Incoming/outgoing correspondence and related materials, arranged alphabetically by surname of correspondent, often in files which group together materials by the first letter or two of the surname, i.e. 'A,' 'Ar,' 'As'. Files from various CSDI staff, including Robert Maynard Hutchins, Harry Ashmore, Gary M. Cadenhead, John Cogley, Hallock Hoffman, Frank K. Kelly and Donald McDonald; mainly relates to Center Magazine and other publications business, including submission of articles. For related files see: MICROFORMATS - -16MM MICROFILM - - ADMINISTRATION - - SUBJECT FILES (18-0801).
Box 1: 1

A (incl. Mortimer J. Adler), 1968-1986

Box 1: 2

Ab, 1971-1972

Box 1: 3

Abrams, Elliott, 1984-1985

Box 1: 4

Ad (incl. S. O. Adebo), 1971-1973

Box 1: 5

Al, 1972, 1986

Box 1: 6

Alcoholism Comments, 1976

Box 1: 7

Allan - Allen, 1968-1976

Box 1: 8

Allen, Steve, 1970-1981

Box 1: 9

Am (incl. American Civil Liberties Union and American Jewish Congress), 1969-1973

Box 1: 10

American Revolution Bicentennial, 1972

Box 1: 11

An (incl. Joseph P. Antonow), 1971-1973

Box 1: 12-13

Anastaplo, George, 1974-1978

Box 1: 14

Andersen - Anderson, 1967-1975

Box 1: 15

Andrews, 1968-1971

Box 1: 16

Ar (incl. G. A. Arbatov, Hannah Arendt), 1971-1973

Box 1: 17

Arrowsmith, William, 1969-1972

Box 2: 1

As-At (incl. Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies), 1969-1983

Box 2: 2

Ashbrook, Norma S., 1975-1978

Box 2: 3-6

Ashmore, Harry S., 1969-1970, 1984

Box 2: 7

Atomic Energy Commission (Glenn T. Seaborg; New Frontiers of the Mind; Shaping the Future through Science and Technology; Symposium on Science and the Federal Government), 1971

Box 2: 8

Au, 1971-1975

Box 2: 9

Automation Project (automation and the industrial worker), 1971-1972

Box 2: 10

Av - Ax, 1971

Box 3: 1

B (incl. William Baggs and Roland Bainton), 1967-1987

Box 3: 2-3

Ba (incl. Stringfellow Barr), 1971-1973

Box 3: 4

Bab, Herbert J. G., 1983-1984

Box 3: 5

Bailey, Stephen K., 1960-1969

Box 3: 6

Bailey, Foster, 1971-1980

Box 3: 7

Baker, 1968-1973

Box 3: 8

Bar, 1968-1974

Box 3: 9

Bas-Bau, 1963-1982

Box 3: 10

Batterton, Wall, 1968-1969

Box 4: 1-5

Be (incl. William Benton), 1968-1974

Box 4: 6

Belew, Louise, 1970-1974

Box 4: 7

Bellman, Richard, 1970-1973

Box 4: 8

Bennis, Warren G., 1970

Box 4: 9

Ber-Bev, 1968-1981

Box 5: 1

Berger, Peter L., 1972-1984

Box 5: 2

Berinstein, Ron, 1970

Box 5: 3

Berkeley Barb, 1968

Box 5: 4

Berle, Adolf A, 1968-1970

Box 5: 5

Bernstein, Barton, 1979-1983

Box 5: 6

Berry, Elizabeth, 1970, 1972

Box 5: 7

Bethe, Hans, 1968-1983

Box 5: 8

Bh, 1972

Box 5: 9-10

Bi, 1967-1980

Box 5: 11

Bibliographies (Participants in the Publications of the Center and the Fund; Vietnam), 1971

Box 5: 12

Bicentennial Commission, American Revolution, 1972-1974

Box 5: 13

Binion, Gayle, 1981-1982

Box 5: 14

Biographies - Conference on the Constitution and America's Future, 1971

Box 5: 15

Biographies - Participants, 1971

Box 5: 16

Birnbaum, Norman, 1969

Box 5: 17

Bl, 1967-1979

Box 6: 1

Blake, Herman, 1974-1979

Box 6: 2

Bless the Beasts and Children (Preview Acceptances), 1971

Box 6: 3-7

Bo (incl. Julian Bond and Hubert H. Humphrey [with Bernard Boroson]), 1968-1983

Box 6: 8

Board of Directors, 1971

Box 6: 9

Board of Directors - Office and Home Addresses, 1971

Box 6: 10

Boggs, Grace L., 1969

Box 6: 11-12

Borgese, Elisabeth Mann, 1967-1982

Box 6: 13

Boulding, Kenneth, 1968

Box 6: 14-17

Br, 1969-1984

Box 6: 18

Bradley, Thomas, 1976, 1984

Box 6: 19

Bragg, Charles, 1968-1971

Box 7: 1

Brauer, Jerald C., 1972-1974

Box 7: 2

Bre, 1967-1982

Box 7: 3

Brice, William, 1967-1968

Box 7: 4

Bro - Bry (incl. Silviu Brucan), 1968-1982

Box 7: 5

Brown, 1968-1985

Box 7: 6

Brown, George, E., 1970-1971

Box 7: 7-9

Bu (incl. Art Buchwald), 1968-1981

Box 7: 10

Buchanan, Scott Milross, 1968-1985

Box 7: 11

Burger, Warren E., 1967-1968

Box 8: 1

Burger, Warren E., 1967-1968

Box 8: 2

Burhans, Daniel, 1977

Box 8: 3

By, 1971

Box 8: 4

Bycel, Benjamin, 1982

Box 8: 5

Byler, Ken, 1969

Box 8: 6

C, 1968-1982

Box 8: 7-10

Ca (incl. Chester F. Carlson and Rick J. Carlson), 1969-1981

Box 8: 11

Cadenhead, Gary M., 1970, 1975

Box 8: 12

Calderone, Mary Steichen, 1971-1972

Box 8: 13

Calendar, 1971

Box 8: 14

California English Campaign (CEC), 1985

Box 8: 15

Callahan, Daniel and Sidney Cornelia, 1972

Box 8: 16

Campion, Ann B., 1977

Box 9: 1

Carolyn Foundation Trustees, 1970

Box 9: 2

Casals, Pablo, 1967

Box 9: 3

Ce, 1968-1987

Box 9: 4

Center for a Voluntary Society, 1972-1973

Box 9: 5

Center for National Security Studies, 1975

Box 9: 6

Center Magazine, 1971-1972

Box 9: 7

Center Magazine - Bibliography of Articles and Index of Authors in Volumes I and II, 1971

Box 9: 8

Center Newsletter, 1971

Box 9: 9

Center Readers - Three Paperback Readers of Center Material Prepared for College Course, 1971

Box 9: 10

Center Report, 1971

Box 9: 11

Center - Trust Fund, 1971

Box 9: 12

Central Intelligence Agency, 1975

Box 9: 13-15

Ch (incl. Vernon I. Cheadle), 1971-1973

Box 9: 16

Chen, James, 1969-1973

Box 9: 17

Chicago Program, 1976-1978

Box 9: 18-20

Ci, 1968-1972

Box 9: 21

Cicin-Sain, Biliana, 1981-1982

Box 9: 22

Cl (incl. Harlan Cleveland), 1967-1983

Box 10: 1

Cl (incl. Ramsey Clark), 1971-1973

Box 10: 2-6

Co, 1968-1981

Box 10: 7

Cogley, Christopher, 1972-1982

Box 10: 8

Cohen, 1967-1976

Box 10: 9

Cohn, Haim Hermann, 1973

Box 10: 10

College and University Business, 1971

Box 10: 11

Collins, Ronald K. L., 1977-1981

Box 10: 12

Com, 1968-1983

Box 10: 13

Comer, John, 1969

Box 10: 14

Comfort, Alexander, 1970-1973

Box 10: 15

Commoner, Barry, 1975

Box 10: 16

Complimentary File, 1973

Box 10: 17

Conference on Crime Control Legislation - List of Persons Attending, 1971

Box 10: 18

Conference on Law-School - Based Task Forces to Investigate State Administrative Agencies, 1971

Box 10: 19

Conference on the Corporation and the Quality of Life, 1971

Box 10: 20

Contini, Edgardo, 1967

Box 10: 21

Cornell, Thomas, 1969-1972

Box 10: 22

Cousins, Norman, 1972, 1980-1983

Box 11: 1-4

Cr (incl. Alan Cranston), 1968-1983

Box 11: 5

Crawford, J. Delmar and Kaethe S., 1980-1981

Box 11: 6

Crowley, Patrick F., 1973

Box 11: 7

Crowther, C. Edward, 1968-1972

Box 11: 8-11

Cu - Cy (incl. Mario Cuomo), 1967-1985

Box 11: 12

Cz, 1971

Box 11: 13

D, 1969-1983

Box 11: 14-16

Da (incl. James Danielli), 1971-1973

Box 11: 17-18

Daily Memorandum, 1971-1972

Box 11: 19

D'Andrea, Norma, 1970-1973

Box 11: 20

Daniels, Douglas Henry, 1980

Box 11: 21

Darnley, Sandra, 1972

Box 11: 22

Davis, 1969-1984

Box 11: 23

Day, Anthony, 1982

Box 12: 1

Dayron, Norman - Proposal for a New College, n.d.

Box 12: 2-5

De, 1968-1985

Box 12: 6

Deeter, Catherine, 1974

Box 12: 7

Delgado, Richard, 1983-1984

Box 12: 8

Denver, Daniel J., 1972

Box 12: 9-12

Di, 1967-1986

Box 12: 13-16

Do, 1968-1986

Box 13: 1

Dole, William, 1969-1974

Box 13: 2

Dormaar, N. G., 1972-1975

Box 13: 3

Douglas Convocation, 1978

Box 13: 4

Douglas, Patricia, 1972-1975

Box 13: 5

Douglas, William O., 1968-1972

Box 13: 6

Downs, Hugh, 1973-1977

Box 13: 7-8

Dr, 1969-1985

Box 13: 9

Drake, 1969

Box 13: 10

Dreager, Jacqueline, 1972-1980

Box 13: 11-14

Du - Dw, 1968-1984

Box 13: 15

Dvortcsak, Michael, 1969-1970

Box 13: 16

Dy, 1971

Box 13: 17

Dzuback, Mary Ann, 1984

Box 13: 18

E, 1968-1987

Box 13: 19

Ea, 1971-1973

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Eb, 1971-1972

Box 13: 22

Ec, 1971-1973

Box 13: 23-24

Ed, 1971-1972

Box 13: 25

Edelstein, Jean, 1974-1975

Box 13: 26

Education: Viewpoints, 1971

Box 13: 27

Ee (incl. Richard Eels), 1971

Box 13: 28

Eg, 1972

Box 13: 29

Eger, Martin, 1973

Box 13: 30

Eh (incl. Paul R. Ehrlich), 1972-1973

Box 13: 31

Ei, 1972

Box 13: 32

Eisenman, Abram, 1969-1981

Box 13: 33-34

El - Em (incl. Mircea Eliade), 1967-1987

Box 13: 35

En, 1969-1980

Box 14: 1

Engberg, Edward, 1971

Box 14: 2

Environmental Legislation Summary Compiled by Sierra Club Chapter, 1971

Box 14: 3

Ep, 1971, 1977

Box 14: 4

Epstein, 1968-1982

Box 14: 5

Er, 1970-1983

Box 14: 6

Erickson, Howard, 1972

Box 14: 7

Erlich, Roth, 1976

Box 14: 8

Ernest, John, 1982

Box 14: 9

Es, 1972

Box 14: 10

Etzioni, Amitai, 1972-1973

Box 14: 11-12

Ev, 1968-1972

Box 14: 13-14

Ew (incl. William R. Ewald, Jr.), 1968-1981

Box 14: 15

Ex, 1968-1972

Box 14: 16

Exchange of Publications, 1971

Box 14: 17

Ez, 1972

Box 14: 18

F, 1968-1985

Box 14: 19-21

Fa, 1971-1973

Box 14: 22

Fackenheim, Emil L., 1973-1974

Box 14: 23-24

Fadiman, Clifton, 1969-1977

Box 15: 1

Fagan, Brian, 1979

Box 15: 2

Fe, 1968-1983

Box 15: 3

Federal Election Commission, 1978

Box 15: 4

Feiffer, Jules, 1970-1984

Box 15: 5

Ferry, W. H., 1968-1985

Box 15: 6-7

Fi, 1968-1978

Box 15: 8-9

Financial Information, 1971-1974

Box 15: 10

Finn, James, 1967-1972

Box 15: 11

Fl, 1968-1979

Box 15: 12

Flint, F. Harlan, 1968-1970

Box 16: 1

Fo, 1968-1987

Box 16: 2

Ford Foundation, 1971-1972

Box 16: 3

Foreign Exchange Visitors, 1961

Box 16: 4-7

Fr (incl. Harrop A. Freeman), 1967-1983

Box 16: 8

Frank, 1967-1970

Box 16: 9

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, 1968

Box 16: 10

Freed, Frank, 1968-1973

Box 16: 11

Frey, Cynthia, 1979

Box 16: 12

Friends of the Earth, 1978

Box 16: 13

Frome, Michael, 1977-1987

Box 16: 14

Fu, 1968-1983

Box 16: 15

Fund for Peace, 1975-1976

Box 16: 16

Fund for the Republic, Inc. - Board of Trustees/Directors, 1971

Box 16: 17

Future of the Center, 1971

Box 17: 1

G, 1967-1986

Box 17: 2-3

Ga (incl. Roger Garaudy), 1971-1973

Box 17: 4

Gardner, John W., 1970

Box 17: 5

Garo, Harry, 1973-1974

Box 17: 6

Garrett, Stephen A., 1973

Box 17: 7

Garrick, Thomas, 1972-1973

Box 17: 8

Gavurin, Sylvia T., 1975

Box 17: 9-12

Ge, 1967-1981

Box 17: 13

Gerding, Sue, 1976

Box 17: 14

Germann, A. C., 1968-1976

Box 17: 15

Gh, 1972

Box 17: 16-19

Gi, 1968-1986

Box 17: 20

Gilbert, Richard L., 1967

Box 17: 21-22

Ginsburg, Norton Sydney, 1970-1975

Box 17: 23

Giordano, John, 1972

Box 17: 24

Gitelman, Jacob, 1986

Box 18: 1

Gitlin, Todd, 1981

Box 18: 2

Gl, 1969-1982

Box 18: 3

GMC Memos, 1970

Box 18: 4-6

Go (incl. Janet Goldner, Paul Goodman, and Gerald H. Gottlieb), 1967-1984

Box 18: 7

Goldberg, Leo, 1971

Box 18: 8

Goldfarb, Alvin, 1969-1970

Box 18: 9

Goldschlag, Harry, 1969

Box 18: 10

Goldsen, Rose K., 1978

Box 18: 11

Goldstücker, Eduard, 1975-1976

Box 18: 12

Goodson, Max R., 1983

Box 18: 13

Gordis, Robert, 1968-1974

Box 19: 1

Gottschalk, Alfred, 1972-1973

Box 19: 2

Gould, William B., 1983-1984

Box 19: 3-5

Gr, 1968-1983

Box 19: 6

Graham, John Remington, 1970

Box 19: 7

Graham, Otis L., Jr., 1980-1983

Box 19: 8

Grant, 1971-1983

Box 19: 9

Grant, James P., 1970-1972

Box 19: 10

Green, Greene, Greenhalp, 1977-1982

Box 19: 11

Green, Peter, 1983

Box 19: 12

Greene, William B., 1978

Box 19: 13

Gross, Chaim, 1984

Box 19: 14

Grossman, Robert, 1967-1969

Box 19: 15

Groundwater, James R., 1968-1982

Box 19: 16

Grunert, Rodney G., 1972

Box 19: 17-19

Gu, 1971-1973

Box 19: 20

Gunsaullus, Marty, 1971-1974

Box 20: 1-3

H (incl. Oscar Handlin), 1968-1978

Box 20: 4-6

Ha, 1969-1973

Box 20: 7

Halivni, David Weiss, 1973

Box 20: 8

Hardwick, Elizabeth, 1972

 

Hathaway, Michael

Box 20: 9

1969-1970

Box 21: 1-5

1969-1970

Box 22: 1

1970

Box 22: 2-4

He (incl. John Hersey), 1971-1973

Box 22: 5-6

HEW (Health, Education and Welfare), 1972-1973

Box 22: 7-8

Hi, 1971, 1973

Box 22: 9-11

Ho (incl. Sidney Holt), 1971-1973

Box 22: 12

Hoffman, Hallock B., 1969-1974

Box 22: 13-16

Hu (incl. Harold E. Hughes and Hubert H. Humphrey), 1971-1973

Box 23: 1-2

Hutchins, Robert M., 1970

Box 23: 3

Ibrahim, Azmy, 1971

Box 23: 4

Ilfrey, Mozelle C., 1972

Box 23: 5

Illich, Ivan, 1973

Box 23: 6

In, 1971-1973

Box 23: 7

International Affairs Activities of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (incl. Convocation of American Hebrew Congregations), 1971

Box 23: 8-10

Investment Committee, 1970-1974

Box 23: 11

Ir, 1973

Box 23: 12

Is, 1972

Box 23: 13

Iw, 1972

Box 23: 14-16

Ja (incl. Neil H. Jacoby), 1971-1973

Box 24: 1

Japanese American Conference, 1971

Box 24: 2-3

Je, 1971-1972

Box 24: 4-6

Jo, 1971-1973

Box 24: 7

Ju, 1972

Box 24: 8-10

Ka, 1971-1973

Box 24: 11-13

Ke, 1969-1973

Box 24: 14-16

Ki, 1967-1980

Box 25: 1-2

Ki, 1972-1973

Box 25: 3

Kiers, Luc (The Steel Industry: A Relic of Our Past), 1979

Box 25: 4

King, 1969-1972

Box 25: 5

Kinzer, Nora Scott, 1974

Box 25: 6

Kirp, David L. (Sense and Sentimentality: Race and Schooling in Sausalito), 1978

Box 25: 7

Kl, 1968-1987

Box 25: 8

Kn, 1971

Box 25: 9-11

Ko, 1963-1983

Box 25: 12

Kolbenschlag, Madonna (The Mermaid and the Minotaur; The Effects of Female Monopoly of Child Care and the Implications for Public Policy), 1978

Box 25: 13-16

Kp - Kr, 1968-1982

Box 25: 17

Kramer, Harold M., 1973

Box 25: 18

Krieger, David (Peace Now), 1975-1983

Box 25: 19-20

Ku, 1971-1972

Box 25: 21-22

L, 1969-1974

Box 26: 1-4

La, 1968-1982

Box 26: 5

Lahti, Ahde K., 1970

Box 26: 6

Laliberte, Norman, 1968

Box 26: 7

Lamb, Edward, 1970-1972

Box 26: 8

Landau, Jacob, 1967

Box 26: 9

Laub-Novak, Karen, 1968-1970

Box 26: 10

Laucks, Eulah, 1970-1980

Box 26: 11

Law School Task Forces to Investigate Administrative Agencies (Center Meeting), 1971

Box 26: 12

Lazarus-Yafel, Hava, 1985-1986

Box 26: 13-16

Le, 1968-1985

Box 26: 17

Len, 1968-1982

Box 26: 18

Lent, Donald R., 1967

Box 26: 19

Levine, Martin, 1970-1972

Box 26: 20

Levinson, Morris L., 1973

Box 26: 21

Lewis, 1967-1984

Box 27: 1-4

Li, 1967-1985

Box 27: 5-6

Library, 1971-1972

Box 27: 7

Lin, Paul T. K., 1971-1974

Box 27: 8

Linde, Hans, 1982-1983

Box 27: 9

Lindshkov, Peter, 1972

Box 27: 10

Livezey, Lowell W., 1983-1984

Box 27: 11-12

Ll, 1968-1974

Box 27: 13

Lloyd, Peter O., 1971

Box 27: 14-17

Lo, 1969-1983

Box 27: 18

Lockwood, Chester C., 1974

Box 27: 19

Loewnberg, Peter, 1977-1983

Box 27: 20

Los Angeles Art Association, 1975

Box 27: 21-22

Lu, 1971-1972

Box 27: 23

Lubel, Samuel, 1971

Box 27: 24

Lubner, Martin, 1975

Box 27: 25-26

Ly, 1971, 1973

Box 27: 27

Lyford, Joseph P., 1967-1979

Box 28: 1-4

Ma, 1969-1987

Box 28: 5

Magazine ( Center Magazine) - Harry S. Ashmore, 1971

Box 28: 6

Mar - May, 1968-1980

Box 28: 7

Marin, Peter, 1969-1980

Box 28: 8

Martin, 1968-1973

Box 28: 9

Martinez, J. M., 1969-1971

Box 28: 10

Maslow, A. H., ca. 1968

Box 28: 11

May, Thomas W., 1968-1973

Box 28: 12

Mayer, Milton, 1976-1983

Box 29: 1-2

Mc (incl. Frances B. McAllister and George S. McGovern), 1971-1972

Box 29: 3

McA, 1967-1978

Box 29: 4

McB, 1971

Box 29: 5

McC, 1971

Box 29: 6

McCarthy, Eugene J., 1968-1978

Box 29: 7

McCurdy, Bruce, 1967-1968

Box 29: 8-9

McD, 1968-1979

Box 29: 10

McF - McG, 1969-1984

Box 29: 11

McH - McI, 1968-1984

Box 29: 12

McK, 1969-1978

Box 29: 13

McKern, Richard, 1980

Box 29: 14

McL, 1971

Box 29: 15

McM, 1971

Box 29: 16

McN - McW, 1968-1974

Box 29: 17-19

Me, 1968-1984

Box 29: 20

Membership, 1970-1971

Box 29: 21

Merton, Thomas, 1968-1972

Box 30: 1

Mesches, Arnold, 1974

Box 30: 2

Meyer, 1967-1971

Box 30: 3-6

Mi, 1968-1986

Box 30: 7

Michael, Donald N., 1973-1975

Box 30: 8

Miller, 1974

Box 30: 9

Miller, Arthur Selwyn, 1981-1983

Box 30: 10

Miller, William Lee, 1977-1980

Box 30: 11

Millis, Walter, 1967

Box 30: 12

Mischel, Florence, 1971

Box 30: 13

Mitchell, Maurice B., 1972, 1982

Box 30: 14-15

Mo (incl. Daniel Patrick Moynihan), 1967-1984

Box 31: 1-2

Mo (incl. Wendell A. Mordy), 1971-1973

Box 31: 3

Mollet, Sarah, 1980-1981

Box 31: 4

Monza, Louis, 1975-1976

Box 31: 5

Moore, 1968-1983

Box 31: 6

Morgan, 1969-1984

Box 31: 7

Morris, Edward A., 1980-1981

Box 31: 8

Morrow, Mrs. L., 1969-1970

Box 31: 9

Motley, Constance Baker, 1972

Box 31: 10

Mott, Stewart Rawlings, 1970

Box 31: 11

Moulette, Clarence E., 1968

Box 31: 12-15

Mu, 1968-1986

Box 31: 16

Mullen, Leini S. Nagel, 1973-1984

Box 31: 17

Muller, Robert, 1981-1984

Box 31: 18-19

My, 1971-1972

Box 31: 20

Myrdal, Gunnar, 1974-1978

Box 31: 21

N, 1967-1987

Box 31: 22

Na, 1971, 1973

Box 31: 23

Nand, F. C., 1970-1986

Box 31: 24

Ne, 1967-1985

Box 32: 1

Ne, 1971-1973

Box 32: 2

Neal, Fred Warner, 1969-1978

Box 32: 3

Neff, John U., 1969-1976

Box 32: 4

Neill, Wallace, 1969-1971

Box 32: 5

Nelson, 1968-1983

Box 32: 6

New York Times, 1971-1976

Box 32: 7

Newman, Paul, 1972-1983

Box 32: 8

Newton, Kathleen, 1971

Box 32: 9

Ni, 1970-1973

Box 32: 10

Niebuhr, Reinhold, 1971

Box 32: 11

Nigro, Samuel A., 1974-1975

Box 32: 12

No (incl. Barnard Norris), 1973

Box 32: 13

Norman, Liane, 1971-1987

Box 32: 14

Novak, Michael, 1968-1984

Box 32: 15

No - Ny, 1969-1986

Box 32: 16

O, 1967-1985

Box 32: 17

Ob, 1973

Box 32: 18

Obern, George, 1980

Box 32: 19

O'Conner, John A., 1972

Box 32: 20

O'Dea, Thomas F., 1968-1969

Box 32: 21

O'Donnell, Bill, 1970-1971

Box 32: 22

O'Hanlon, Daniel, 1980

Box 32: 23

Ol, 1973

Box 32: 24

On - Or, 1969-1979

Box 32: 25

Os, 1967-1976

Box 32: 26

Osborn, Robert, 1967-1976

Box 32: 27

Osipow, Belle, 1975-1982

Box 32: 28

Ot - Ow, 1968-1973

Box 32: 29

Outline of Materials for Center Discussion Group, 1971

Box 33: 1

P (incl. Albert Parvin), 1967-1984

Box 33: 2

Pa, 1973

Box 33: 3

Parker, Richard, 1969-1975

Box 33: 4

Parten, J. R., 1968-1972

Box 33: 5

Pawlikowski, John T., 1974-1976

Box 33: 6-7

Pe (incl. Claiborne Pell, Jack Peltason, and John L. Perry), 1967-1982

Box 33: 8

Peake, Channing, 1968

Box 33: 9

Perez, Jesus, 1971-1972

Box 33: 10

Petvchowski, Jakob J., 1973

Box 33: 11

Pf, 1967-1973

Box 33: 12

Ph (incl. Phenomenon of God), 1971-1974

Box 33: 13

Phillips, 1969-1974

Box 33: 14-15

Pi, 1968-1986

Box 33: 16

Po, 1970-1973

Box 33: 17

Potter, Frank M., Jr., 1983

Box 33: 18

Pr, 1968-1987

Box 34: 1

Pribram, Karl H., 1970

Box 34: 2

Provencher, Laurie, 1968-1975

Box 34: 3

Ptazynski, William, 1967-1973

Box 34: 4

Pu, 1968-1977

Box 34: 5-6

Q, 1968-1985

Box 34: 7

R, 1967-1980

Box 34: 8

Ra, 1971

Box 34: 9

Rapaport, Bernard, 1973-1974

Box 34: 10

Ratner, Herbert, 1969

Box 34: 11

Ravenal, Earl, 1977

Box 34: 12-13

Re, 1967-1973

Box 34: 14

Rh, 1971

Box 34: 15-16

Ri, 1967-1983

Box 34: 17

Richards, Howard, 1975-1976

Box 34: 18

Richardson, James T., 1981-1982

Box 35: 1

Richman, Barry M., 1970-1971

Box 35: 2

Richter, Irving, 1979-1982

Box 35: 3

Rieff, Philip, 1973

Box 35: 4

Rischin, Moses, 1973-1974

Box 35: 5

Rivkin, Ellis, 1973

Box 35: 6-8

Ro (incl. David Rockefeller, George Romney, Robert S. Rothenberg, and H. T. Rowe, 1969-1985

Box 35: 9

Rocca, Bernard T., 1974-1975

Box 35: 10

Rock, William Pennell, 1971

Box 35: 11

Rodgers, David Leigh, 1975

Box 35: 12

Rodin, Miriam, 1975

Box 35: 13

Rogers and Cowan Incorporated, 1984

Box 35: 14

Roper, Elmo, 1969, 1971

Box 35: 15

Rosenman, Yehuda, 1973

Box 35: 16

Rotenstreich, Nathan, 1969-1986

Box 35: 17

Rothschild, Robert, 1972-1973

Box 35: 18-19

Ru, 1968-1981

Box 35: 20

Rubenstein, Susan, 1973

Box 35: 21

Ry, 1969-1972

Box 36: 1

S, 1968-1986

Box 36: 2-3

Sa, 1971, 1973

Box 36: 4

Saar, Betye, 1984

Box 36: 5

Sagar, Leon B., 1969-1978

Box 36: 6

Salant, Richard, 1979

Box 36: 7

Saloutos, Theodore, 1974

Box 36: 8

Samora, Julian, 1974

Box 36: 9-10

Sc, 1971, 1973

Box 36: 11

Sch, 1967-1986

Box 36: 12

Schmitz, Bernard R., 1970-1987

Box 36: 13

Scho, 1968-1982

Box 37: 1

Scholem, Gershom Gerhard, 1973

Box 37: 2

Schorr, Daniel, 1976-1979

Box 37: 3

Schroeder, Ethel, 1973

Box 37: 4

Schumacher, Ernst F., 1975

Box 37: 5

Schwab, Joseph Jackson, 1974-1975

Box 37: 6

Scott, Peter Dale (The Tonkin Gulf Incidents: Their Meaning in 1968), 1968

Box 37: 7

Scriven, Michael, 1967-1968

Box 37: 8-9

Se (incl. John R. Seeley), 1966-1985

Box 37: 10

Secunda, Arthur, 1970-1985

Box 37: 11

Segal, Alex, 1970

Box 37: 12

Segal, Ronald, 1973-1976

Box 37: 13

Seiler, Barbara, 1976

Box 37: 14-16

Sh (incl. Stanley Sheinbaum), 1968-1986

Box 37: 17

Shahn, Ben (Estate), 1973

Box 37: 18

Shap, Ronald, 1976

Box 38: 1

Shattuck, John H. F., 1978-1980

Box 38: 2

Shenker, Israel, 1970-1974

Box 38: 3

Shepard, Charles W., 1968-1976

Box 38: 4

Shi - Shu, 1968-1982

Box 38: 5

Shue, Henry, 1983-1984

Box 38: 6

Shuper, Kay, and Phil Shuper, 1973-1975

Box 38: 7-9

Si, 1969-1984

Box 38: 10

Silbur, John R., 1971, 1974

Box 38: 11

Silverness, Beatrice, 1972-1974

Box 38: 12

Singer, Milton, 1974

Box 38: 13-14

Sk (incl. B. F. Skinner), 1968-1985

Box 38: 15-16

Sl, 1968-1973

Box 38: 17

Slater, Mariam K., 1972

Box 38: 18-20

Sm, 1968-1986

Box 39: 1

Smith, 1968-1981

Box 39: 2

Smith, Barbara, 1970-1980

Box 39: 3

Smith, Russ, 1970

Box 39: 4-6

Sn, 1969-1973

Box 39: 7

Snyder, Ruth, 1976

Box 39: 8-9

So, 1969-1984

Box 39: 10-12

Sp, 1968-1982

Box 39: 13

Speaking Arrangements, 1971

Box 39: 14

Speech Regrets, 1971

Box 39: 15

Speth, Gus, 1978-1979

Box 39: 16-18

St (incl. Gloria Steinem and Carl Stover), 1968-1987

Box 39: 19

Sti - Stu, 1968-1983

Box 39: 20

Stockwell, John, 1985-1986

Box 39: 21

Strier, Franklin Delano, 1983

Box 39: 22

Sturm, Ernest, 1980

Box 39: 23

Sturmo, Giampaolo, 1969

Box 40: 1

Su - Sw, 1967-1985

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Sy - Sz, 1968-1986

Box 40: 3

Syrkin, Marie, 1973

Box 40: 4

Szasz, Thomas S., 1975

Box 40: 5

T, 1968-1986

Box 40: 6-7

Ta, 1971, 1973

Box 40: 8

Tagger, Rhonda, 1973-1975

Box 40: 9

Tanner, Phyllis, 1976

Box 40: 10

Tapes, 1971

Box 40: 11

Taylor, George C., Jr., 1974

Box 40: 12

Te, 1971

Box 40: 13

Telephone Lists, 1971

Box 40: 14

Television Brochures, 1971

Box 40: 15

Teper, Shirley, 1978

Box 40: 16-17

Th (incl. Strom Thurmond), 1968-1985

Box 40: 18

Thompson, 1969-1974

Box 40: 19-20

Ti, 1968-1971, 1973

Box 40: 21

Timm, Donald H., 1971

Box 40: 22-23

To, 1969-1986

Box 40: 24

Tolin, Carol, 1974

Box 40: 25

Tollet, Kenneth S., 1969-1977

Box 40: 26-28

Tr, 1968-1987

Box 41: 1

Tribe, Laurence, 1978

Box 41: 2-3

Tu (incl. Rexford G. Tugwell), 1968-1981

Box 41: 4

Tw - Ty, 1969-1985

Box 41: 5

Tyler, Glen E., 1967-1979

Box 41: 6-7

U (incl. Morris K. Udall), 1967-1983

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Ul, 1973

Box 41: 9

Ullman, Richard H., 1983-1984

Box 41: 10

Un (incl. United Farm Workers), 1971, 1973

Box 41: 11

University Microfilm, 1984

Box 41: 12

University of Chicago, 1971

Box 41: 13

University of Oregon, 1971

Box 41: 14

Ur, 1973

Box 41: 15

Utsonomiya, Tokuma, 1975

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V (incl. John Vasconcellos), 1969-1982

Box 41: 18

Va, 1973

Box 41: 19

Van Dyke, Jon, 1976-1982

Box 41: 20

Varanini, Emilio E., III, 1981

Box 41: 21

Ve, 1971, 1973

Box 41: 22

Vecoli, Rudolph J., 1974

Box 41: 23

Villalpando, Manuel Vic, 1979

Box 41: 24

Visitors, 1971

Box 42: 1

Vo, 1971, 1973

Box 42: 2

W, 1967-1981

Box 42: 3-4

Wa (incl. Earl Warren), 1971, 1973

Box 42: 5

Wall Street Journal, 1975

Box 42: 6

Wam, 1967-1983

Box 42: 7

Warren, William J., 1968-1970

Box 42: 8

Warshaw, Howard, 1968-1977

Box 42: 9

Watt, Kenneth E. F., 1969

Box 42: 10-12

We (incl. Allen Weinstein), 1968-1986

Box 42: 13

Weare, Shane, 1968-1970

Box 42: 14

Weiner, Jack, 1979-1980

Box 42: 15

Weissbourd, Bernard, 1968-1973

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Wells, 1969-1982

Box 43: 2

Werblowsky, R. J. Zwi, 1973-1975

Box 43: 3

Wesson, Robert, 1982-1984

Box 43: 4-5

Wh (incl. Alden Whitman), 1967-1985

Box 43: 6-7

Wheeler, Harvey, 1970-1971

Box 43: 8

White, 1969-1978

Box 43: 9-11

Wi, 1968-1984

Box 43: 12

Wil, 1968-1987

Box 43: 13

Wilkie, John, 1977

Box 43: 14

Williams, Brian, 1972

Box 43: 15

Willens, Harold, 1968-1974

Box 43: 16

Wills, Garry, 1972

Box 43: 17

Wills, John A., 1971-1987

Box 43: 18

Wilson, 1968-1982

Box 43: 19

Win - Wit, 1968-1986

Box 44: 1-2

Wo - Wr, 1967-1986

Box 44: 3

Wolf, Arthur, 1970-1972

Box 44: 4

Wood, 1968-1982

Box 44: 5-6

Wy, 1971, 1973

Box 44: 7-8

Y (incl. Andrew J. Young), 1968-1986

Box 44: 9

Ya, 1973

Box 44: 10

Yaes, Robert, 1975

Box 44: 11

Yo, 1973

Box 44: 12

Z, 1967-1973

Box 44: 13

Za, 1973

Box 44: 14

Zachary, Donald L., 1982

Box 44: 15

Zada, Suzanne W., 1975-1984

Box 44: 16

Zammit, Paul, 1973

Box 44: 17

Zeitlin, Maurice, 1983

Box 44: 18

Zi, 1973

Box 44: 19

Zolotow, Milton, 1967

 

Memoranda

Additional Note

Arranged chronologically; mostly notices regarding personnel and programs.
box-folder 45: 1-2

General, 1958-1960

box-folder 45: 3-4

Seitner, Esther, 1961-1963

 

SUB-SERIES M18-0102:  ADMINISTRATORS' FILES.

Additional Note

Later administrators' files arelocated in ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS -- ROBERT MAYNARD HUTCHINS CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS (M18-0108).
 

Ashmore, Harry S.

Additional Note

Born: Greenville, S.C., July 27, 1916. Died: Santa Barbara, Jan. 20, 1998. CSDI: Member, Board of Directors, 1958-1979; Executive Vice-President, 1967-1969, 1974-1975; President, 1970-1974; Fellow of the Center, 1965-1983; Senior Fellow, 1969-1975; Associate, 1975-1983. Reporter, writer, editor with several newspapers, including Executive Editor, Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock, 1948-1959; on leave as Assistant to Stevenson for President campaign, 1955-1956. Recipient, Pulitzer Prize, editorial writing, 1958. Editor in Chief, Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1960-1963; Developer, Editorial Projects, 1963-1966; Chairman, Executive Committee, Board of Directors, 1962-1967; Editor of Britannica Perspectives, 1964-1968. Publications include: The Negro and the Schools (1954), An Epitaph for Dixie (1958), The Other Side of Jordan (1960), The Man in the Middle (1966), Mass Communications (with W. H. Ferry, 1966), Mission to Hanoi: A Chronicle of Double-dealing in High Places (with William C. Baggs, 1968), Fear in the Air; Broadcasting and the First Amendment: The Anatomy of a Constitutional Crisis (1973), The William O. Douglas Inquiry into the State of Individual Freedom (1979), Hearts and Minds:The Anatomy of Racism from Roosevelt to Reagan (1982), Unseasonable Truths:The Life of Robert Maynard Hutchins (1989), and Civil Rights and Wrongs: A Memoir of Race and Politics 1944-1994 (1994).
 

General

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically; primarily incoming/outgoing correspondence and attachments, including clippings, reports and memoranda.
Box 46: 1-2

Adlai Stevenson Institute, 1965-1972

Box 46: 3-6

Administration, 1966-1970

Box 46: 7

Advisory Committee Meetings, 1974

 

Biographies

Box 46: 8

Board of Directors, 1970

Box 46: 9

Senior Fellows, 1970

box-folder 46: 10

Staff Members, 1969

box-folder 46: 11

Book of the Month Club, 1971

box-folder 47: 1

Brookings Institution, 1964

box-folder 47: 2

Center - Chicago Office, 1971

box-folder 47: 3

Center Interfoundation, 1970

box-folder 47: 4

Center Library, 1969-1972

box-folder 47: 5

Center Magazine, 1968

box-folder 47: 6

Center Organization, 1971-1973

box-folder 47: 7

Center Personnel (list), 1970

box-folder 47: 8-9

Center Program, 1978-1982

box-folder 48: 1

Center Publications, 1970

box-folder 48: 2

Center Reorganization, 1970

 

Center Reports

box-folder 48: 3

General (mostly correspondence), 1968-1972

box-folder 48: 4

Fund for the Republic Three Year Report, 1956

box-folder 48: 5

Center Stock - Presidio Savings and Loan, 1968-1970

box-folder 48: 6

Center - Miscellany, 1969

box-folder 48: 7

Children's Classics, 1961

box-folder 48: 8

Committee on Alternatives, 1975-1976

box-folder 48: 9

Committee on Reorganization, 1970-1973

box-folder 48: 10-11

Daily Memoranda, 1970

box-folder 49: 1

Draft Declaration, 1969

box-folder 49: 2

Endowment Fund, 1970

box-folder 49: 3

Founding Members - General, 1969-1970

box-folder 49: 4

Governor's Design Awards Jury, 1966

box-folder 49: 5

Home Addresses of People Working at the Center, Dec. 1970

box-folder 49: 6

Institute of Soviet-American Relations, 1968-1971

box-folder 49: 7

International Dialogue Committee, 1968-1972

box-folder 49: 8

Joe Nevans v. Ben Hoberman, 1972

box-folder 49: 9

Junior Fellows, 1969-1970

box-folder 49: 10

Los Angeles Office - General Meetings, 1971-1972

box-folder 49: 11

National Science Foundation, 1973

box-folder 50: 1

New York Office, 1969-1970

box-folder 50: 2

Pacem in Maribus Promotion, 1975

box-folder 50: 3-5

Parten Controversy, 1975

box-folder 50: 6

Post-Center Activity, 1984

box-folder 50: 7

President's Annual Reports, 1971-1972

box-folder 50: 8

President's Report, 1973

box-folder 50: 9

Public Relations, 1969

 

Publications

box-folder 50: 10

Chandler Publishing Co., 1971

box-folder 50: 11

Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1970-1972

box-folder 50: 12

Glendessary Press, Inc., 1971

box-folder 50: 13

Goodboy, John C., 1971

box-folder 50: 14

Interbrook, Inc., 1970-1971

box-folder 51: 1-2

James E. Freel and Associates, 1971-1972

box-folder 51: 3

Senior Fellows, 1969-1970

box-folder 51: 4

Senior Fellows Retreat, 1974

box-folder 51: 5

Telephone Lists, 1970

 

Board of Directors

Box 52: 1

Board Mailings, 1970

 

Board Meetings

Box 52: 2-9

1968-1971

Box 53: 1-6

1971-1973

Box 54: 1-6

1974

Box 55: 1-3

1975

Box 55: 4

Calendar Prospectus, 1973-1975

 

Investment Committee Meetings

Box 55: 5

1968-1970

Box 56: 1

1970-1974

Box 56: 2

Press Clippings, 1962-1969

Box 56: 3-19

Report and Recommendations to the Board, 1960-1969

 

Communications Program

Box 57: 1

General, 1974

Box 57: 2

Center Communications Discussion (Clark, Wexler, Ashmore), 1970

Box 57: 3

Center for Cassette Studies, 1973-1974

Box 57: 4

Chicago Meeting, 1971-1974

Box 57: 5

Malpractice - Working Files, 1975

Box 57: 6

Public Broadcasting System - Pacem in Terris III, 1973

Box 57: 7

Video Cassette Market, 1971

Box 57: 8

Video Program Memo, 1971-1972

Box 57: 9

Videocassette and CATV Newsletter, 1973-1975

Box 57: 10

Vietnam Peace Proposal, 1967-1968

 

Conferences and Convocations

Box 58: 1

Basic Issues Facing Non-Aligned Nations at the United Nations Conference on Law of the Sea, 1974

Box 58: 2

Pacem in Terris Convocation and the Press, 1964-1965

Box 58: 3

Pacem in Terris I, 1963-1967

 

Pacem in Terris II

 

Hanoi Trip

Box 58: 4

Background, 1966-1967

Box 58: 5

Luis Quintanilla, 1967

Box 58: 6-7

Press Clippings, 1967

Box 59: 1

Press Coverage, 1967

Box 59: 2-5

Uncle Ho, 1966-1969

Box 59: 6

Hanoi Trip - Second, 1968

Box 59: 7

Publicity, 1967

Box 60: 1

Pacem in Terris III - New Opportunity for U.S. Foreign Policy, 1973

Box 60: 2-3

Southeast Asia Conference - Plans, 1967-1969

Box 60: 4-5

State of the Democratic Process - New York (Transcript), 1974

 

Correspondence

 

Early, to ca. 1970

Additional Note

Incoming/outgoing, primarily relating to work as Executive Editor of the Arkansas Gazette, with CSDI, and as Editor in Chief of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Box 61: 1-2

A, 1959-1965

Box 61: 3-4

B (incl. Leonard Bernstein, Britannica, Eric H. Boehm, Edmund G. Brown, Ralph Bunche, McGeorge Bundy, and Paul M. Butler - Democratic National Committee), 1959-1965

 

Baggs,William C. ( Miami News)

Box 61: 5

1959-1968

Box 62: 1-2

1960-1969

Box 62: 3

Memorial Service, 1969

Box 62: 4

Booker, James E., 1960-1964

Box 62: 5

Burnell, Elaine, 1970

Box 62: 6-8

C (incl. Elizabeth Carpenter, Hodding Carter, Turner Catledge - New York Times, Bruce Catton, LeRoy Collins, Alistair Cooke, and Norman Cousins), 1959-1967

Box 63: 1

C, 1967-1971

Box 63: 2

Center Communications Corp. (Carlson), 1968

Box 63: 3

Crowther, Edward, 1968-1972

Box 63: 4

CSDI, 1970

Box 63: 5-6

D, 1959-1970

Box 63: 7-8

Dominican Republic (incl. William O. Douglas), 1963

Box 64: 1

Douglas, William O., 1960-1970

Box 64: 2-3

E (incl. Cyrus Eaton and William R. Ewald, Jr.), 1959-1971

Box 64: 4

Edwards, Don, 1969

Box 64: 5-6

F (incl. J. W. Fulbright), 1960-1971

Box 64: 7

Freeman, Harrop, 1969-1971

Box 64: 8

G, 1960-1965

Box 65: 1

G (incl. Denis Goulet), 1965-1971

Box 65: 2

Grant, Arnold M., 1969

Box 65: 3-6

H (incl. Oscar Hammerstein, 2nd, Wallace Hebberd, Hallock Hoffman, Paul G. Hoffman, and Hubert H. Humphrey), 1960-1970

Box 66: 1

Harrison, Jack, 1965-1966

Box 66: 2

Haussamen, Crane, 1969-1971

Box 66: 3

Hutchins, Robert M., 1954-1973

Box 66: 4

I, 1960-1971

Box 66: 5-6

J (incl. Paul Jacobs and Lyndon B. Johnson), 1960-1971

Box 66: 7

Jensen, John H. (Director of Book Publications), 1968-1972

Box 67: 1-3

K (incl. Estes Kefauver, Stanley K. Sheinbaum - Kelso, Cotton & Ernst, Robert F. Kennedy, George F. Kennan, James K. Kilpatrick, and Stanley Kramer), 1960-1971

Box 67: 4-5

L (incl. Edward Lamb and Seymour Martin Lipset), 1960-1965

Box 67: 6-7

Mc (incl. Archibald MacLeish), 1960-1971

Box 68: 1-4

M (incl. John Bartlow Martin, Walter Millis, Newton N. Minow, William D. Moyers, Edward R. Murrow, and Gunnar Myrdal), 1960-1971

Box 68: 5

Mott, Stewart, 1968-1971

Box 69: 1

N (incl. National Conference of Christians and Jews, and Allan Nevins), 1960-1965

Box 69: 2

Non-File (Miscellany), 1960-1967

Box 69: 3

O, 1960-1971

Box 69: 4-5

P (incl. Jubal R. Parten, John L. Perry, and James Pike), 1959-1971

Box 70: 1

Q, 1962-1972

Box 70: 2

Quintanilla, Luis, 1968

Box 70: 3-4

R (incl. David Riesman, Winthrop Rockefeller, Elmo Roper, and Bayard Rustin), 1960-1965

Box 70: 5

Ritchie-Calder, Lord, 1969

Box 70: 6-8

S (incl. General David Sarnoff, Howard K. Smith, Adlai Stevenson, Thomas M. Storke, and Carl F. Stover), 1960-1965

Box 71: 1

S, 1970-1971

Box 71: 2

State of the Democratic Process - CSDI Regional Convocation, 1974

Box 71: 3

Stein, Howard (Center Board), 1968-1970

Box 71: 4

T (incl. Jack Tarver and Rexford Tugwell), 1963-1971

Box 71: 5

Telegrams (mostly from Ashmore), 1961-1968

Box 71: 6

Tollett, Kenneth S. (Visiting Fellow), 1969-1970

Box 71: 7

U, 1966-1973

Box 72: 1

V (incl. Jack Valenti, Sander Vanocur, and Charles Van Doren), 1959-1961

Box 72: 2-6

W (incl. John de Blois Wack, Theodore H. White, and World Press Institute), 1963-1971

Box 72: 7

X-Z, 1960-1971

 

Later

Additional Note

Incoming/outgoing; mainly in capacity as President of CSDI, 1970-1974.
Box 73: 1

A, 1971-1975

Box 73: 2

Adebo, Chief S. O., 1971-1975

Box 73: 3

American Jewish Committee, 1971-1973

Box 73: 4-6

B (incl. Stringfellow Barr, Lloyd Bentsen, Benjamin Bradlee, Edmund G.(Pat) Brown, and Edmund G. (Jerry) Brown, Jr.), 1972-1975

Box 73: 7

Beverly Hills Meeting, 1974

Box 73: 8

Bidner, William R., 1973-1974

Box 73: 9

Borgese, Elisabeth Mann, 1970

Box 73: 10

Brucan, Silviu, 1974

Box 74: 1-2

C (incl. Chester F. Carlson), 1969-1975

Box 74: 3-5

Cadenhead, Gary M., 1970-1974

Box 74: 6

Center Communications Corporation, 1971

Box 74: 7

Changing Social Values and Priorities, 1973

Box 75: 1

Chicago, 1974

Box 75: 2-3

Chronological File (outgoing), 1972-1973

Box 75: 4

Clark, Blair, 1972-1976, 1991

Box 75: 5

Clark, Ramsey, 1970-1978

Box 75: 6-7

Cleveland, Harland, 1969-1973

Box 75: 8

Cogley, John, 1972-1974

Box 75: 9

Conference - Human Ecology of the Mediterranean, 1972

Box 75: 10

Conference on Cultural Change, New York, 1972

Box 76: 1

Criminal Justice Conference, 1973

Box 76: 2

D, 1970-1975

Box 76: 3

Dae-Jung, Kim, 1973-1986

Box 76: 4

Dodd, Bill, 1975

Box 76: 5

Douglas, William O., 1970-1974

Box 76: 6

E, 1972-1974

Box 76: 7-8

Ewald, William, 1970-1972

Box 77: 1

F (incl. Alexander Foursenko, Harrop F. Freeman), 1975

Box 77: 2

Ferry, W. H., 1970

Box 77: 3

Financing Fundraisers - Pacem in Terris III, 1973

Box 77: 4-5

Fundraising - Pacem in Terris III, 1973

Box 77: 6

Future of Democracy - Santa Barbara, 1973

Box 77: 7

G (incl. Denis Goulet, Otis L. Graham, Jr.), 1972-1975

Box 77: 8

Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1970, 1975

Box 77: 9

Gilberts, Richard L., 1970

Box 77: 10

Ginsburg, Norton S., 1972-1973

Box 78: 1-2

Ginsburg, Norton S., 1974

Box 78: 3

Gomberg, Sy, 1972-1973

Box 78: 4-5

H, 1971-1973

Box 79: 1

H (incl. David Halberstam), 1973-1975

Box 79: 2

Hardin, Charles (Visiting Fellow), 1970

Box 79: 3

Hathaway, Michael, 1970-1971

Box 79: 4-5

Houston Meeting, 1972-1973

Box 79: 6

Hutchins Memorial Service, 1977

Box 79: 7

Hutchins, Robert M., 1970

Box 79: 8

J, 1972-1975

Box 79: 9

Jacoby, Neil H., 1970-1976

Box 79: 10

Judaic Tradition Conference; Values of Judaism, 1973

Box 79: 11

K, 1972-1974

Box 79: 12

Kelly, Frank K., 1971-1973

Box 80: 1

Kelly, Frank K., 1974-1977

Box 80: 2

Kelso, Scott, 1971-1972

Box 80: 3

L (incl. League of Women Voters Education Fund, Seymour Martin Lipset, and Joseph P. Lyford, 1972-1976

Box 80: 4

Lloyd, David, 1969-1971

Box 80: 5-6

M (incl. Arthur S. Miller, Maurice B. Mitchell, and Wayne Morse), 1972-1975

Box 81: 1

McAllister, Frances, 1971-1990

Box 81: 2

Marculescu, Ileana (Visiting Fellow), 1970

Box 81: 3

Mischel, Florence, 1970-1971

Box 81: 4-5

Moos, Malcolm, 1973-1978

Box 81: 6-7

Mordy, Wendell, 1973-1974

Box 81: 8

Myrdal, Alva, 1974

Box 81: 9

Myrdal, Gunnar, 1973-1974

Box 82: 1-2

N (incl. Michael Novak), 1972-1975

Box 82: 3-5

Neal, Fred, 1969-1971

Box 82: 6

Newman, Paul, 1972-1975

Box 82: 7

Norris, Bernard, 1972-1974

Box 83: 1

Norris, Bernard, 1972-1974

Box 83: 2

O (incl. Harold L. Oram and Seniel Ostrow), 1970-1975

Box 83: 3-4

P (incl. Linus Pauling), 1969-1975

Box 83: 5

Parten, J. R., 1972-1977

Box 83: 6

Perry, John L., 1970

Box 83: 7

Piers, Simson, 1970

Box 84: 1-3

R, 1971-1975

Box 84: 4

Rapoport, Bernard, 1973-1975

Box 84: 5

Ritchie-Calder, Lord, 1970-1982

Box 84: 6

Rotenstreich, Nathan, 1971-1977

Box 84: 7

Rothschild, Robert F. (Maurine), 1973-1985

Box 84: 8

S, 1972-1974

Box 85: 1

S (incl. Adlai E. Stevenson), 1974-1975

Box 85: 2

San Francisco Meeting, 1973

Box 85: 3

Sheinbaum, Stanley, 1969-1970

Box 85: 4

Stanford Fellows, 1973

Box 85: 5

T(incl. Kenneth S. Tollett), 1971-1975

Box 85: 6-9

Tagger, Peter, 1970-1974

Box 86: 1

Tagger, Peter, 1977

Box 86: 2

Tollett, Kenneth S., 1970

Box 86: 3

Tugwell, Rexford, 1970

Box 86: 4

Utisundomiya, The Honorable Tikuma, 1973-1975

Box 86: 5-6

Van Dyke, Jon, 1970

Box 86: 7

Vanocur, Sander - PIT III, 1973

Box 86: 8

Videotaping/Broadcasting - PIT III, 1973

Box 86: 9

W, 1972-1973

Box 87: 1

W (incl. Irving R. Warner and George F. Will), 1973-1975

Box 87: 2

Watergate Conference (Wheeler / Ervin), 1973

Box 87: 3

Weissbourd, Bernard, 1970-1977

Box 87: 4-6

Wheeler, Harvey, 1970-1977

Box 87: 7

White, Jean, 1971

Box 88: 1-2

Wilkinson, John, 1970-1975

Box 88: 3

Willens, Harold, 1967-1975

 

Mass Communications

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically; includes correspondence, memoranda, and clippings.
Box 89: 1

Ashmore, Harry S. - Cause and Effect Cure, 1965-1971

Box 89: 2

Association for Education in Journalism (incl. Public Affairs Journalism Seminar), 1967

Box 89: 3-4

Benton, William, 1964-1973

Box 89: 5

Commission on Mass Media, 1968

Box 89: 6

Dean, Sidney W. - Public Policy for TV, 1966-1968

Box 90: 1

Dean, Sidney W. - Public Policy for TV, 1966

Box 90: 2

Hesse, William C., 1966-1970

Box 90: 3-5

Meaning of Commercial TV, 1966

Box 91: 1

Public Affairs Journalism and the Free Society, Sept. 7-8, 1967

Box 91: 2

Subscription ETV, ca. 1961-1962

Box 91: 3

Technology for Megalopolis Metropolitan Fund, 1969

 

Parvin Foundation

Additional Note

Arranged chronologically; includes correspondence and clippings primarily regarding William O. Douglas' involvement with the Albert Parvin Foundation and its contributions to CSDI.
Box 92: 1-7

1963-1969

Box 93: 1-6

1969-1973

 

Senior Fellows Meetings

Additional Note

Includes agenda, attachments and minutes of meetings.
Box 94: 1-7

1974

Box 94: 8-11

1975

 

Speeches and Engagements

Additional Note

Arranged chronologically; includes texts of speeches and correspondence regarding engagements.
Box 95: 1

"Education for What?" New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 4, 1959

Box 95: 2

"The Philosophy of Journalism," University of California, Berkeley, Mar. 2, 1960

Box 95: 3

Stanford University Press Club, Mar. 3, 1960

Box 95: 4

"Journalism and the Basic Issues," Santa Barbara Woman's Club, Mar. 11, 1960

Box 95: 5

Louis Lyons Testimonial Dinner, Nieman Foundation for Journalism, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., Apr. 24, 1960

Box 95: 6-7

Communications Seminar, Conference on the Reduction of World Tensions, University of Chicago, May 11-13, 1960

Box 95: 8

"Politics and the Mass Media," University of California, Santa Barbara, Oct. 27, 1960

Box 95: 9

"The Mass Media," Modern Forum, Los Angeles, Dec. 9, 1960

Box 95: 10

Public Affairs Conference on Federalism, University of Chicago, Jan. 26-29, 1961

Box 95: 11

Luncheon Speech re Encyclopaedia Britannica, Union League of Chicago, Feb. 16, 1961

Box 95: 12

"Scholarship, Journalism and the World," Snyder Lecture, Los Angeles City College, Apr. 18, 1961

Box 95: 13

"Have Our Mass Media Failed Us?" Santa Barbara Adult Education Center, May 10, 1961

Box 95: 14

CIESPAL (Centro Internacional de Estudios Superiores de Periodismo Para America Latina / International; Center for Advanced Studies in the Field of Journalism for Latin America), 1961

Box 96: 1

CIESPAL, 1961

Box 96: 2

"Communications," Athens Conference on World Order and Freedom, Oct. 25, 1961

Box 96: 3

"The Great Challenge," CBS News, Mar. 1, 1962

Box 96: 4

"New Problems for an Old Agenda" (commencement speech and honorary doctorate), Grinnell College, May 31, 1962

Box 96: 5-7

National Assembly on Teaching the Principles of the Bill of Rights, Airlie Conference, Nov. 1962

Box 97: 1

Address to the California Newspaper Publishers Association, San Francisco, Feb. 8, 1963

Box 97: 2

"Mass Communications," Public Issues Conference for Elected Union Officials, Brookings Institution, Williamsburg, Mar. 12, 1963

Box 97: 3

Testimony, Anti-Trust Subcommittee, House Committee on the Judiciary, Apr. 4, 1963

Box 97: 4

Centennial Fund Campaign, Hampton Institute (regrets), Aug. 1964

Box 97: 5

"The Right of Fair Trial," Panel Remarks, Section of Judicial Administration, American Bar Association, New York, Aug. 11, 1964

Box 97: 6

"Reader, Reporter and Source," Public Relations Institute, Lake Arrowhead, Aug. 21, 1964

Box 97: 7

Lecturer in Residence, Monterey Peninsula College, Oct. 26, 1964

Box 97: 8

Critical Issues and Decisions Program, United States Department of Agriculture, Graduate School, 1964-1965

Box 97: 9

"The Emerging World of the American Negro," Challenge '65, Wake Forest Symposium on Contemporary World Affairs, Mar. 13, 1965

Box 97: 10

Brick Lectures: "The Public Happiness," "The Enduring Exception," and "Perils of Calm," University of Missouri, Columbia, Mar. 16-17, 1965

Box 98: 1

"Democracy and Communications," San Diego Open Forum, May 9, 1965

Box 98: 2

"Summation," Caribbean Conference on International Affairs, Mar. 19, 1966

Box 98: 3

"Remarks," Adolphine Terry Dinner, Arkansas Council on Human Relations, June 14, 1966

Box 98: 4

"The Role of Broadcasting in Communication," Panelist, Summer Broadcasting Conference - The Quest for Excellence, Memphis State University, June 15-18, 1966

Box 98: 5

"Our People and Their Cities," Urban America, Inc., Washington, D.C. (regrets), Sept. 11-13, 1966

Box 98: 6

Jewish Center Association of L.A. Camp, Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 1966

Box 98: 7

"What Meets the Eye" (keynote address), Photojournalism Conference, Santa Barbara, Oct. 21, 1966

Box 98: 8

Guest of Honor, South Carolina Homecoming, Nov. 18-22, 1966

Box 98: 9

"Image Building in Politics," California Press Association, Dec. 2, 1966

Box 98: 10

University of Massachusetts (regrets), May 1967

Box 98: 11-12

"View from Squaresville," University of Denver, Sept. 18, 1967

Box 99: 1

"This Revolutionary Age: The Challenge to Man," Jewish Centers Association, Sept. 26, 1967

Box 99: 2

Averell Harriman Equal Housing Opportunity Award, in honor of Chester E. Carlson, Oct. 11, 1967

Box 99: 3

Arts and Lectures Series, University of California, Santa Barbara, Dec. 5, 1967

Box 99: 4

"Reflections of an Expatriate," University of South Carolina, Mar. 4, 1968

Box 99: 5

"The Politics of Peace in a Revolutionary Age," North Shore Congregation Israel, Chicago, Apr. 23, 1968

Box 99: 6

Freedom of Information Conference, St. Cloud State College, Apr. 24, 1968

Box 99: 7

Keynote Address, Urban Dilemmas National Planning Conference, American Society of Planning Officials, San Francisco, May 6, 1968

Box 99: 8

"The Changing Role of the American Political Parties," American Association of Public Opinion Research, Santa Barbara, May 9, 1968

Box 99: 9

Graduation Remarks, University of San Fernando Valley, June 15, 1968

Box 99: 10

"Where Is America's Mainstream?" Editors Conference of California Publishers Association, June 21, 1968

Box 99: 11

"Politics: Summer 1968," Aspen Executive Program, Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Aug. 8, 1968

Box 99: 12

"Violence on TV" Seminar, National Academy of TV Arts and Sciences, Sept. 18, 1968

Box 100: 1

"Pollution in the Political Process," University of Arkansas, Oct. 14, 1968

Box 100: 2

"An Overview of Current National Trends Which Pose a Crisis for Democracy," American Jewish Committee Regional Conference, Jewish Community Center, Palm Springs, Mar. 7, 1969

Box 100: 3

"Making Our Political System Work," Chicago Center Series, Apr. 23, 1969

Box 100: 4

"The Prospects for Democracy in an Urban Society?" This Revolutionary Age: Series II - Crisis in Our Cities, Los Angeles, Apr. 30, 1969

Box 100: 5

"Communications and the Media," New School for Social Research, New York, Oct. 29, 1969

 

Writings

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically; includes book reviews, columns, correspondence, drafts, proofs, and offprints of monographs and articles.
Box 101: 1

Black Man's Burden, 1965

 

Book Reviews

Box 101: 2

Stokely Carmichael and Charles V. Hamilton, Black Power: The Politics of Liberation in America, 1967

Box 101: 3

James M. Gavin, Crisis Now, 1968

Box 101: 4

Harry Golden, The Right Time, 1969

Box 101: 5

John Keats, The New Romans, 1967

Box 101: 6

William Manchester, Arms of Krupp, 1968

Box 101: 7

New York Herald Tribune (incl. Charles O. Lerche, The Uncertain South), 1964

 

Columns

Box 101: 8-11

"What Kind of World?" Los Angeles Times, 1969-1972

Box 102: 1-3

"What Kind of World?" Los Angeles Times, 1973-1975

Box 102: 4

"The Coming Shakedown in the Race Crisis," Look Magazine, July 16, 1963

Box 102: 5

"Desegregation Decision: Ten Years After Brown," Saturday Review, May 16, 1964, 1969

Box 102: 6

"The Durable Issue," American Scholar, Autumn 1961

Box 102: 7

"Editing the Universal Encyclopaedia," American Behavioral Scientist, Sept. 1962

Box 102: 8

"Electoral Reform," Center Magazine (incl. 1968-1972 correspondence on the subject), Jan. 1969

Box 103: 1

Electoral Reform (incl. "What Happens When Everybody Loses?"), 1968-1972

Box 103: 2

Encyclopaedia Britannica - Roof Article and Addresses, 1965-1967

Box 103: 3

An Epitaph for Dixie, 1960-1963

Box 103: 4

Foreword to "The Great Debates," CSDI Occasional Paper, 1962

Box 103: 5

"Has Our Free Press Failed Us?" Adventure of the Mind Series, Saturday Evening Post, 1960

 

Introductions

Box 103: 6

Edward Lamb, Trial by Battle, 1964

Box 103: 7

Joseph Lyford, The Airtight Cage, 1966

Box 103: 8

Art Seidenbaum, Confrontation on Campus: Student Challenge in California, 1969

Box 103: 9

Invitations to Write Articles, 1960, 1962

 

The Man in the Middle

Box 103: 10

CSDI Conversation, 1961

Box 103: 11

University of Missouri Brick Lectures, 1966

Box 104: 1

McGraw-Hill Book Company (correspondence), 1968-1969

Box 104: 2

"The Media and the Quality of Life," Santa Monica Outlook, 1971

Box 104: 3

"Mr. Insides Trophy Case," (review of John Gunther, Procession), Bookweek, Sunday Herald Tribune, June 6, 1965

Box 104: 4

"The Negro in America," Voice of America Broadcast, Aug. 21, 1962

Box 104: 5-6

"The Negro in the North," Series for New York Herald Tribune, 1960

Box 104: 7

"New Votes and Old Ghosts," New York Herald Tribune, Sunday Forum Page, Sept. 21, 1960

Box 104: 8

New Yorker (incl. John Bainbridge article on the Center), 1960, 1963

Box 104: 9-10

The Other Side of Jordan, 1960

Box 105: 1-5

"Polemics and Press Agentry: The Intellectuals vs. Lyndon Johnson" (University of Missouri Brick Lecture), 1965

Box 105: 6

San Francisco Chronicle (articles by Colman McCarthy and Houstoun Waring about the Center), 1967, 1969

Box 105: 7

The Search for America (mostly royalty statements for Ashmore's chapter on "Race in America: A Southern Moderate's View"), 1962-1970

Box 105: 8

"Speaking Out," piece submitted but not accepted by Saturday Evening Post, 1963

Box 105: 9

"Ten Years After Brown," Saturday Review, 1964

Box 106: 1

"Thinking Man's Shelter," Esquire, 1960-1962

Box 106: 2

Thomas Y. Crowell Company (Publishers), 1967

Box 106: 3

"View of 'Solano' - 1922" (article by Walker A. Tompkins about the Center), 1969

Box 106: 4

Washington Star Syndicate Column (proposed), 1967

Box 106: 5

"What Is Said and Done," Southern Educational Report, 1969

Box 106: 6

"Where Democracy Is Talked to Life," Pageant, Aug. 1965

Box 106: 7

"Where Have All the Liberals Gone?" Center Magazine, July 1969

 

Cadenhead, Gary M.

Additional Note

CSDI: Secretary/Treasurer, responsible for budget and cost control, investment management, and personnel administration, also Secretary to the Senior Fellows, 1970-1975. Assistant Professor in Accounting, UCLA, before coming to CSDI.
 

Alpha Files

Additional Note

A-P files only, primarily for 1970-1975; includes correspondence, memoranda, and agenda regarding dialogue sessions, seminars, and conferences.
Box 107: 1

Aspen, 1973

Box 107: 2

Center Dialogue Sessions, 1971

Box 107: 3

Center for Psychosocial Sciences, 1972

Box 107: 4

Center Magazine, 1971

Box 107: 5

Center Report, 1970

Box 107: 6

Central Files, 1970-1971

Box 107: 7

Common Cause, 1972-1973

 

Conferences

Box 107: 8

Conference Budgets, 1971

Box 107: 9

Conference on Self Management, 1971

Box 107: 10-12

The Corporation and the Quality of Life, 1971-1972

Box 107: 13

Expanding World Needs for Food and Fiber and the Protection of the Ecosystem, 1971

Box 108: 1

Medical Malpractice, 1971

Box 108: 2

The Second Development Decade, 1972

Box 108: 3

Social and Philosophical Implications of Behavior Modification, 1971-1972

Box 108: 4

Social Futures Relating to Health Care, 1972

 

Correspondence

Box 108: 5

A, 1971-1975

Box 108: 6

B (incl. William Bidner and Jerald Brauer), 1971-1975

Box 108: 7

C (incl. Warren Christopher), 1970-1975

Box 109: 1

Common Fund, 1971

Box 109: 2

Community Relations, 1970-1971

Box 109: 3

Corbin, Tom, 1972-1974

Box 109: 4

D (incl. J. F. Danielli), 1970-1971

Box 109: 5

Daube, David, 1970

Box 109: 6

Davis, Louis E., 1970-1972

Box 109: 7

Development in the Second Development Decade Conference, 1971

Box 109: 8

E (incl. Energy Project), 1970-1974

Box 109: 9

Endowment Fund, 1972

Box 109: 10

F, 1970-1974

Box 109: 11

Fund for Peace, 1974-1975

Box 109: 12

G (incl. Roger Garaudy), 1971-1975

Box 109: 13

Moos, Malcolm - Memoranda, 1974

Box 109: 14

Public Interest in Education Conference, 1974

Box 109: 15

Santa Barbara Commission on Civil Disorders, 1970

Box 109: 16

Cost of Living, 1970-1974

Box 110: 1

Docket, 1961-1971

Box 110: 2

Employee Loans, 1967

Box 110: 3

Inter-Office Memos, 1970-1971

Box 110: 4-5

La Casa de Maria, 1971-1973

Box 110: 6

Perry, John L., 1969-1970

 

Fagan, Brian M.

Additional Note

CSDI: Director, 1979. Archeologist, anthropologist at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Publications include: Southern Africa during the Iron Age (1965), A Short History of Zambia: From the Earliest Times Until A.D. 1900 (1966), Africa in the Iron Age, c500 B.C. to A.D. 1400 (with Roland Oliver, 1975), The Rape of the Nile: Tomb Robbers, Tourists, and Archaeologists in Egypt (1975), Elusive Treasure: The Story of Early Archaeologists in the Americas (1977), Return to Babylon: Travelers, Archaeologists, and Monuments in Mesopotamia (1979), World Prehistory: A Brief Introduction (1979), The Aztecs (1984); Clash of Cultures (1984), The Great Journey: The Peopling of Ancient America (1987), The Journey from Eden: The Peopling of Our World (1990), Ancient North America: The Archaeology of a Continent (1991), Time Detectives: How Archeologists Use Technology to Recapture the Past (1995), Snapshots of the Past (1995), The Oxford Companion to Archaeology (1996), Eyewitness to Discovery: First-Person Accounts of more than Fifty of the World's Greatest Archaeological Discoveries (1996), Ancient Civilizations (with Christopher Scarre, 1997), and From Black Land to Fifth Sun: The Science of Sacred Sites (1998).
 

General

 

Correspondence (incoming/outgoing)

Box 111: 1

Huttenback, Robert A., 1979

Box 111: 2

Membership, 1979

Box 111: 3

Miscellany, 1979-1980

Box 111: 4

Memoranda, 1979

 

Ginsburg, Norton Sydney

Additional Note

Born: Chicago, Aug. 24, 1921. CSDI: Visiting Professor, 1971; Senior Fellow, 1972-1974; Dean/Director of Academic Program, 1971-1974; Associate, 1975-1983; Fellow, 1976-1983. Professor of Geography, University of Chicago, 1947-1986; Associate Dean, College, 1963-1966; Associate Dean, Social Sciences, 1967-1969. Director, Environment and Policy Institute, East-West Center, Honolulu, 1986-1991. Publications include: Malaya (with Leonard Comber and others, 1958), The Pattern of Asia (with John E. Brush and others, 1958), Atlas of Economic Development (1961), China, the 80s Era (editor, with Bernard A. Lalor, 1984), The Urban Transition: American and Asian Experiences (1990), The Extended Metropolis: Settlement Transition in Asia (editor, with Bruce Koppel and T. G. McGee, 1991), and The Ocean Yearbooks (co-editor, 1978-1994).
 

General

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically.
Box 112: 1-6

Associates Meetings (incl. transcripts, reports, summaries and memoranda), 1972

Box 112: 7

Center Files, 1971-1974

Box 112: 8

Center Report (primarily correspondence), 1971-1973

Box 113: 1

Communications Program, 1973-1974

Box 113: 2

Dialogue (mainly memoranda), 1972-1973

Box 113: 3

Finances, 1971-1974

Box 113: 4

National Science Foundation Proposal, 1971-1974

Box 113: 5

Program Discussion, 1974

Box 113: 6

Publications, 1972-1973

Box 113: 7

Senior Fellows (incl. correspondence, minutes, and paper on the Center Dialogue, by Harvey Wheeler, 1973-1974

Box 113: 8

Senior Staff Meetings (incl. agenda, memoranda, and transcripts), 1971-1974

 

Conference Files

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically.
Box 114: 1

Broadcasting and the First Amendment, Jan. 30-31, 1973

Box 114: 2

The Changing Role of Religion in Contemporary Culture, July 11-13, 1974

Box 114: 3-4

Changing Social Values and Priorities: Where Are We Heading? What Can Be Done? Jan. 27, 1973

Box 114: 5

The City through History, July 13-20, 1973

Box 114: 6

Constitutional Principles: Their Validity and Vitality Today, Dec. 9-13, 1973

Box 114: 7

Dual Purpose Agents (proposed conference), 1973

Box 114: 8-9

Energy Policies and the International System (National Science Foundation), 1973

Box 115: 1-2

Energy Policies and the International System (National Science Foundation), 1973

Box 115: 3

Ethnicity and Historical Identity in the United States, May 13-15, 1974

Box 115: 4-6

Guidelines for a Global Science Policy (National Science Foundation), Nov. 19-23, 1973

Box 115: 7

Legal-Political-Social-Economic Aspects of Climate and Weather Modification, Nov. 15-16, 1973

Box 116: 1

Modernity and Tradition (postponed), Nov. 21-23, 1974

Box 116: 2

Pacem in Terris III: New Directions in United States Foreign Policy, Oct. 8-11, 1974

Box 116: 3

Personal Responsibility in a Democratic Society, Aug. 1973

Box 116: 4

The Political, Social, Educational and Policy Implications of Structuralisms, July 29-31, 1974

Box 116: 5

The Presidency Reappraised, II (proposed), 1974

Box 116: 6

Public Education in the Public Interest, Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1973

Box 117: 1-2

The Public Interest in Education, Mar. 19-20, 1973

Box 117: 3

Reconstituting the Metropolity, July 23-24, 1973

Box 117: 4

The Social and Political Role of Women, Mar. 7-8, 1974

Box 117: 5-6

The State of the Democratic Process, June 1, 1974

Box 118: 1-2

Tokyo Energy Project, Oct. 29-30, 1973

Box 118: 3

U.N. Conference on the Law of the Sea, July 22-26, 1974

Box 118: 4

U.S. Commission on the Future of Man (proposed), 1973

Box 118: 5

World Communities, Nov. 6-8, 1972

 

Correspondence

Additional Note

Incoming/outgoing, arranged alphabetically.
Box 119: 1

Adams, Georgia S., 1974

Box 119: 2

Adebo, Simeon, 1971-1974

Box 119: 3

Adizes, Khak, 1971-1974

Box 119: 4

Agnelli Foundation, 1972-1973

Box 119: 5

Albritton, James, 1972-1973

Box 119: 6

Ambrose, Lee, 1972-1973

Box 119: 7

American Bicentennial, 1972-1973

Box 119: 8

American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, 1972-1974

Box 119: 9

Amsterdam, Anthony, 1972

Box 120: 1

Anastaplo, George, 1970-1974

Box 120: 2

Anderson, Arnold, 1972

Box 120: 3

Andon, Nancy, 1974

Box 120: 4

Arendt, Hannah, 1972

Box 120: 5

Arms Control and Foreign Policy, 1973

Box 120: 6

Ashmore, Harry S., 1971-1974

Box 120: 7

Aspen Affair, 1972-1974

Box 120: 8

A (incl. Gunnar Myrdal re Anil Kumar Agarwal), 1972-1974

Box 120: 9

Babbidge, Homer, 1971-1972

Box 120: 10

Barr, Stringfellow, 1972

Box 120: 11

Barzun, Jacques, 1974

Box 120: 12

Bauer, Raymond, 1971

Box 120: 13

Bellah, Robert, 1974

Box 120: 14

Bellman, Richard, 1972-1973

Box 120: 15

Bennet, Douglas, 1973-1974

Box 120: 16

Bersch, Neil, 1972-1973

Box 120: 17

Bidner, Bill, 1973

Box 121: 1

Bowden, Gordon, 1973

Box 121: 2

Brauer, Jerald, 1970-1974

Box 121: 3

Brenner, Michael, 1972

Box 121: 4

Bronson, Arthur, 1973

Box 121: 5

Brucan, Silviu, 1972-1973

Box 121: 6

Bruner, Andre, 1974

Box 121: 7

Butts, Freeman, 1973

Box 121: 8-10

B (incl. Elizabeth Berry), 1971-1974

Box 122: 1

Cadenhead, Gary, 1972-1974

Box 122: 2

Carlson, Rick, 1971-1974

Box 122: 3

Caspary, Anita, 1972-1974

Box 122: 4

Chakaraborty, Satyesh, 1974

Box 122: 5

Chalidze, Valery, 1972

Box 122: 6

Challenor, Herschelle, 1972

Box 122: 7

Chenault, Joann, 1972-1974

Box 122: 8

Chisolm, Shirley, 1971-1977

Box 122: 9

Chomsky, Noam, 1971

Box 122: 10

Clark, Ramsey, 1971

Box 122: 11

Clecak, Pete, 1973

Box 122: 12

Cleveland, Harlan, 1974

Box 122: 13

Cogley, John, 1971-1974

Box 122: 14

Cohen, Myer, 1973

Box 122: 15

Cohn-Haft, Louis, 1973

Box 122: 16

Cooper, Charles, 1971-1972

Box 122: 17

Cousins, Norman, 1971

Box 122: 18

Cronin, Thomas, 1971-1974

Box 122: 19

Culbert, Samuel, 1972

Box 123: 1

Cunningham, Allan, 1972

Box 123: 2

Curtler, Hugh, 1972

Box 123: 3

C, 1971-1974

Box 123: 4

Dahrendorf, Ralf G., 1974

Box 123: 5

Danielli, James, 1971-1972

Box 123: 6

Darin-Drabkin, Haim, 1973-1974

Box 123: 7

Daube, David, 1973

Box 123: 8

Davis, Louis, 1972-1973

Box 123: 9

Dayron, Norman, 1972

Box 123: 10

de Jouvenal, Bertrand, 1971-1973

Box 123: 11

de Jouvenal, Hugues, 1973

Box 123: 12

Dibble, Carl, 1973

Box 123: 13

Dodd, William, 1974

Box 123: 14

Dolci, Danilo, 1973-1974

Box 123: 15

Douglas, William O., 1973

Box 124: 1

Downs, Hugh, 1971-1973

Box 124: 2

Downs, James, 1973

Box 124: 3

Duffey, Joseph, 1973

Box 124: 4

Duttweiler Institute, 1972-1973

Box 124: 5

Dworkin, Ronald, 1974

Box 124: 6

D, 1971-1974

Box 124: 7

Eells, Richard, 1972-1974

Box 124: 8

Ehrlich, Paul, 1972-1973

Box 124: 9

Eliade, Mircea, 1972

Box 124: 10

Eren, Nuri, 1972-1974

Box 124: 11

ERIC/Chess (clearinghouse for conference papers, speeches, etc.), 1973

Box 124: 12

Erikson, Erik, 1971-1972

Box 124: 13

Etzioni, Amitai, 1971-1973

Box 124: 14

Ewald, William, 1972-1974

Box 124: 15

E, 1972-1974

Box 125: 1

Farmer, William, 1972

Box 125: 2

Ferrate, Luis, 1974

Box 125: 3

First, Ruth, 1972

Box 125: 4

Fisher, Louis, 1971-1974

Box 125: 5

Ford, Joseph, 1974

Box 125: 6

Forsenko, Alexander, 1973

Box 125: 7

Fox, Seymour, 1971-1974

Box 125: 8

Frankman, Myron, 1973

Box 125: 9

Fund for Peace, 1974

Box 125: 10

F (incl. Harrop A. Freeman), 1971-1974

Box 125: 11

Gabor, Dennis, 1973-1974

Box 125: 12

Gabriel, Leo, 1972

Box 126: 1

Garaudy, Roger, 1971-1973

Box 126: 2

Gardner, John, 1972-1974

Box 126: 3

Gardner, Richard, 1972

Box 126: 4

Garrett, Stephen, 1973

Box 126: 5

Gavin, James, 1972

Box 126: 6

German Marshall Fund, 1973-1974

Box 126: 7

Gianelli, Virgil, 1971-1977

Box 126: 8

Gladman, Arthur, 1973

Box 126: 9

Goldstein, Walter, 1973

Box 126: 10

Goldstücker, Eduard, 1971-1972

Box 126: 11

Goodman, Richard, 1972-1973

Box 126: 12

Gordis, Robert, 1972-1973

Box 126: 13

Gorham, William, 1973-1974

Box 126: 14

Gravel, Mike, 1972

Box 126: 15

Gruen Associates, Inc., 1972-1973

Box 126: 16

G (incl. Gerald Gottlieb and Sergei N. Grimm), 1971-1974

Box 127: 1

G, 1971-1974

Box 127: 2

Haber, Bernard, 1973-1974

Box 127: 3

Hardin, Charles, 1971-1972

Box 127: 4

Harrod, Roy, 1972

Box 127: 5

Harvey, Mary, 1971-1974

Box 127: 6

Heer, Friedrich, 1972

Box 127: 7

Herrnstein, Richard, 1971

Box 127: 8

HEW, 1972

Box 127: 9

Hewes, Laurence, 1971-1973

Box 127: 10

Hoffman, Hallock, 1972

Box 127: 11

Hoffman, Paul, 1972

Box 127: 12

Hoose, Harned, 1972

Box 127: 13

Howe, James, 1972

Box 127: 14

Hsu, Francis, 1973

Box 128: 1

Huglin, Henry, 1973

Box 128: 2

[Humanities] National Endowment for the Humanities, 1972-1974

Box 128: 3-4

H (incl. Calvin Hicks), 1971-1974

Box 128: 5

Illich, Ivan, 1971-1974

Box 128: 6

Interfoundation, 1972

Box 128: 7

International Cooperation Directory, 1972

Box 128: 8

International Dialogue Committee, 1972

Box 128: 9

International Relations and Human Rights, n.d.

Box 128: 10

I, 1973-1974

Box 128: 11

Jacobs, Barry, 1974

Box 128: 12

Jacobson, Herbert, 1970-1972

Box 129: 1

Jacoby, Neil, 1972-1974

Box 129: 2

Jahnige, Thomas, 1971

Box 129: 3

Jessup, Philip, 1972

Box 129: 4

Johnson, Earl, 1973

Box 129: 5

Jolly, William, 1972

Box 129: 6

Jordan, Boromir, 1972-1973

Box 129: 7

J (incl. Paul Jacobs), 1971-1974

Box 129: 8

Kahin, George, 1971-1972

Box 129: 9

KCET (public television station), 1972

Box 129: 10

Keeney, Barnaby, 1971-1972

Box 129: 11

Kelly, Frank K., 1971-1974

Box 129: 12

Kelso, Scott, 1972-1974

Box 129: 13

Kemp, Robert, 1971

Box 129: 14

Kerr, Clark, 1972-1973

Box 129: 15

Kinzer, Nora Scott, 1974

Box 129: 16

Kipling, Richard, 1973

Box 129: 17

Knelman, Fred, 1974

Box 129: 18

Knox, William, 1971

Box 130: 1

Kolakowski, Leszek, 1973

Box 130: 2

Konig, Franz, 1972

Box 130: 3

Krieger, David, 1972-1974

Box 130: 4

Kunzil, Arnold, 1972

Box 130: 5-7

K (incl. Bernard Kaplan), 1969-1974

Box 130: 8

Lamott, Kenneth, 1973

Box 130: 9

Larocque, Gene, 1972-1973

Box 130: 10

Lichtman, Richard, 1972

Box 130: 11

Lieberman, Jethro, 1973

Box 130: 12

Lin, Paul, 1971-1974

Box 130: 13

Lodge, George, 1972

Box 130: 14

Loewenberg, Peter, 1971-1973

Box 131: 1

Lowi, Theodore, 1971-1972

Box 131: 2-3

L, 1971-1974

Box 131: 4

McCall, Tom, 1973-1974

Box 131: 5

McCarthy, Eugene, 1972-1973

Box 131: 6

McClintock, Robert, 1972-1973

Box 131: 7

McDonald, Donald, 1971-1973

Box 131: 8

McHenry, Dean, 1972

Box 131: 9

McNamara, Robert, 1972

Box 131: 10

McNulty, Patrick, 1972

Box 131: 11

Mc (incl. Robert McGinn), 1971-1974

Box 131: 12

Macy, John, 1972-1973

Box 131: 13

Marois, Maria, 1972

Box 131: 14

Masserman, Jules, 1972-1973

Box 131: 15

Mates, Leo, 1973

Box 131: 16

Maxwell, Neville, 1974

Box 131: 17

Mayer, Milton, 1973

Box 131: 18

Medvedev, Zhores, 1972

Box 131: 19

Merriam, John, 1972

Box 131: 20

Michalowski, Jerry, 1972

Box 131: 21

Miller, Arnold, 1973

Box 131: 22

Miller, Arthur S., 1971-1974

Box 131: 23

Miller, William, 1972

Box 131: 24

Mordy, Wendell, 1973

Box 132: 1

Morgan, George, 1974

Box 132: 2

Motley, Constance, 1972

Box 132: 3

Movchan, Anatoly, 1972

Box 132: 4

Myrdal, Alva, 1973-1974

Box 132: 5

Myrdal, Gunnar, 1973-1974

Box 132: 6

Myrdal, Gunnar and Alva, 1972-1974

Box 132: 7-9

M (incl. Bill D. Moyers and Malcolm Moos), 1971-1974

Box 133: 1

Nader, Laura, 1972-1974

Box 133: 2

Nader, Ralph, 1973-1974

Box 133: 3

Nakane, Chie, 1974

Box 133: 4

National Council on Crime and Delinquency, 1973

Box 133: 5

Neal, Fred, 1971-1974

Box 133: 6

Nef, John, 1972-1973

Box 133: 7

Neiburger, Morris, 1970-1972

Box 133: 8

Neumann, Robert, 1973

Box 133: 9

Ngo Cong Duc, 1972-1973

Box 133: 10

Niblett, W. R., 1971

Box 133: 11

Nimmer, Melville, 1974

Box 133: 12

Nisbet, Robert, 1971

Box 133: 13

Norman, Liane, 1972

Box 133: 14

Norris, Barney, 1971-1974

Box 133: 15

Novak, Michael, 1972

Box 133: 16

Novick, David, 1971-1972

Box 133: 17

NOW (National Organization for Women), 1973

Box 133: 18

N, 1971-1973

Box 133: 19

Oates, Joyce Carol, 1972-1973

Box 133: 20

Ostrow, Seniel, 1973

Box 134: 1

Overseas Development Council, 1971

Box 134: 2

O, 1971-1974

Box 134: 3

Pauck, Wilhelm, 1973

Box 134: 4

Peterson, Russell, 1973

Box 134: 5

Phillips, Gifford, 1972

Box 134: 6

Pirages, Dennis, 1972

Box 134: 7

Podgorecki, Adam, 1973

Box 134: 8

Pollak, Louis, 1971-1972

Box 134: 9

Pollock, George, 1971-1972

Box 134: 10

Post, Richard F., 1972

Box 134: 11

Post, Richard S., 1971-1973

Box 134: 12

Poynter Fellows, 1974

Box 134: 13

Prebish, Raul, 1971-1972

Box 134: 14

Pribram, Karl, 1972-1974

Box 134: 15

Public Health, 1971

Box 134: 16-17

P, 1972-1974

Box 134: 18

Q, 1973

Box 134: 19

Rabinovitz, Francine, 1973

Box 134: 20

Rao, V. K. R. V., 1972

Box 135: 1

Rapoport, Bernard, 1973

Box 135: 2

Ravetz, Jerry, 1972

Box 135: 3

Reich, Charles, 1972

Box 135: 4

Retreat (Senior Fellows), 1972-1974

Box 135: 5

Revel, Jean-Francois, 1972

Box 135: 6

Revelle, Roger, 1972

Box 135: 7

Richman, Barry, 1972-1973

Box 135: 8

Riecken, Henry, 1971-1972

Box 135: 9

Rieff, Philip, 1972-1973

Box 135: 10

Ritchie-Calder, Lord Peter, 1972-1974

Box 135: 11

Robbins, Louis, 1973

Box 135: 12

Robinson, Donald, 1973

Box 135: 13

Robischon, Thomas, 1972

Box 135: 14

Rock, Pennell, 1971

Box 135: 15

Romney, George, 1972-1973

Box 136: 1

Rosen, Robert, 1972

Box 136: 2

Rosenau, James N., 1973

Box 136: 3

Rosenberg, Harold, 1971-1972

Box 136: 4

Rossi, Alice, 1972

Box 136: 5

Rotenstreich, Nathan, 1972-1974

Box 136: 6

Royaumont Foundation, 1972

Box 136: 7

Rubin, Vitali, 1973

Box 136: 8

Ruffin, Judge (?), 1972

Box 136: 9-10

R (incl. Nelson A. Rockefeller), 1971-1974

Box 136: 11

Sage Publications, 1973

Box 136: 12

Salk Meeting, 1973

Box 136: 13

Schaff, Adam, 1971-1973

Box 137: 1

Schwab, Joseph, 1971-1974

Box 137: 2

Segal, Ronald, 1971-1973

Box 137: 3

Shabtai, Sabi, 1974

Box 137: 4

Shera, Jesse, 1972-1973

Box 137: 5

Simson, Piers von, 1972

Box 137: 6

Singer, Milton, 1972-1974

Box 137: 7

Sisson, Dan, 1972-1973

Box 137: 8

Smith, George, 1972

Box 137: 9

Steinberg, Arthur, 1972

Box 137: 10

Steiner, George, 1972-1973

Box 137: 11

Stern, Richard, 1973

Box 137: 12

Stone, Jeremy, 1972

Box 137: 13

Sykes, Gerald, 1971-1972

Box 137: 14

S, 1971-1972

Box 138: 1-2

S, 1971-1974

Box 139: 1

Tugwell, Rexford, 1971-1973

Box 139: 2

Tunney, John, 1973

Box 139: 3

Turgeon, Lynn, 1972

Box 139: 4

T, 1971-1974

Box 139: 5

Udall, Stewart, 1973

Box 139: 6

U, 1972

Box 139: 7

Valenti, Jack, 1971

Box 139: 8

Van Leer Jerusalem Foundation, 1973

Box 139: 9

Vasconcellos, John, 1971-1973

Box 139: 10

Vitzthum, Wolfgang, 1971-1972

Box 139: 11

Voegelin, Eric, 1973-1974

Box 139: 12

V, 1971-1974

Box 139: 13

Waddington, C. H., 1971-1972

Box 139: 14

Wallenstein, Gerd, 1973-1974

Box 139: 15

Wattel, Harold, 1972

Box 139: 16

Weismiller, Frances, 1972

Box 139: 17

Weiss, Nancy, 1973-1974

Box 139: 18

Weissman, Ernest, 1973-1974

Box 139: 19

Weizsacker, Carl, 1973

Box 139: 20

Westerstahl, Jorgen, 1973

Box 139: 21

Wheatley, Paul, 1971-1974

Box 140: 1

Wheeler, George, 1972-1973

Box 140: 2

Wheeler, Harvey, 1971-1974

Box 140: 3-4

Wilkinson, John, 1971-1973

Box 140: 5

Williams, Harold, 1973

Box 140: 6

Winston, Kenneth, 1972-1974

Box 140: 7

Wintroub, Samuel, 1972-1973

Box 141: 1

Witke, Roxane, 1972-1973

Box 141: 2

Wittausch, William, 1969

Box 141: 3

Wittcoff, Raymond, 1973

Box 141: 4

Wood, James, 1971

Box 141: 5

Wright, Michael, 1972

Box 141: 6-7

W, 1971-1974

Box 141: 8

Y, 1973-1974

Box 141: 9

Z, 1972-1973

 

Graham, Otis L., Jr.

Additional Note

Born: Little Rock, Arkansas, June 24, 1935. CSDI: Associate and Consultant, 1975-1983; Fellow, 1976-1983; Program Director, 1976-1979; Chairman, Steering Committee, 1979. Professor of History, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1966-1980, 1989-1995; Distinguished University Professor of History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1980-1989. Publications include: An Encore for Reform: The Old Progressives and the New Deal (1967), From Roosevelt to Roosevelt: American Politics and Diplomacy, 1901-1941 (editor, 1971), The Great Campaigns: Reform and War in America, 1900-1928 (1971), The New Deal: The Critical Issues (editor, 1971), Portrait of a Nation: A History of the United States (with Morten Borden and others, 1973), Toward a Planned Society: From Roosevelt to Nixon (1976), Speculations on American History (with Morton Borden, 1977), Illegal Immigration and the New Reform Movement (1980), Franklin D. Roosevelt: His Life and Times (editor, with Meghan Robinson Wander, 1985), Soviet-American Dialogue on the New Deal (editor, 1989), Re-thinking the Purposes of Immigration Policy (1991), Losing Time: The Industrial Policy Debate (1992), Sifting through the Ashes: Lessons Learned from the Painted Cave Fire (with others, Graduate Program in Public Historical Studies, UCSB, 1993), Stearns Wharf: Surviving Change on the California Coast (with others, Graduate Program in Public Historical Studies, UCSB, 1994), A Limited Bounty: The United States since World War II (1996), and Aged in Oak: The Study of the Santa Barbara County Wine Industry (with others, Santa Barbara County Vintners' Association; Graduate Program in Public Historical Studies, UCSB, 1998). Editor, The Public Historian, 1989- .
 

Alpha Files

Box 142: 1

Advance Calendar (pending/current), 1972-1975

Box 142: 2

Calendar Lists, 1975-1976

Box 142: 3

California Council for the Humanities in Public Policy - Grant Information (incl. proposal ideas on affirmative action and implications of a changing multicultural society), 1978

Box 142: 4

Center Board (incl. names and addresses), 1970-1978

Box 142: 5-6

Center Calendar and Agenda, 1975-1979

Box 142: 7

Center Finances, 1979

Box 142: 8

Center Magazine, 1979

Box 142: 9

Curriculum Committee Minutes, 1975-1976

Box 142: 10

Dialogue Procedure and Visitor Information, n.d.

Box 142: 11

Participants, 1975

Box 142: 12

Personnel Lists, 1968-1978

Box 142: 13

Program Report, 1975-1977

Box 142: 14

Retired Professors, 1978

 

Trips

Box 142: 15

Berkeley, 1979

Box 142: 16

UCLA, n.d.

 

Program Files

Additional Note

Includes correspondence, memoranda, agenda and discussion papers regarding dialogues and other meetings.
 

Individuals

Additional Note

Arranged by surname of presenters and discussion leaders.
Box 143: 1

Baxter, Veronica Ann, 1979

Box 143: 2

Berger, Bennett, 1979

Box 143: 3

Bohannon, Paul J., 1979

Box 143: 4

Brown, E. Richard, 1979

Box 143: 5

Cahn, Robert, 1979

Box 143: 6

Capps, Walter, 1979

Box 143: 7

Fingarette, Herbert, 1979

Box 143: 8

Hammond, Philip, 1979

Box 143: 9

Jacobsen, Hans-Adolf, 1979

Box 143: 10

La Noue, George, 1979

Box 143: 11

Laucks, Eulah, 1979

Box 143: 12

Lyford, Joseph, 1979

Box 143: 13

McAlmon, George, 1979

Box 143: 14

Rochlin, Gene, 1979

Box 143: 15

Scheff, Thomas, 1979

Box 143: 16

Schwab, Joseph, 1979

Box 144: 1

Sindler, Allan P., 1979

Box 144: 2

Solomon, Lewis, 1979

Box 144: 3

Tugwell, Rexford Guy, 1977

 

Programs

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically by title.
Box 144: 4

Housing, 1976

Box 144: 5

Illegal Immigration, 1977-1979

 

Planning

Box 144: 6-7

1975-1981

Box 145: 1

1977-1978

Box 145: 2

Population, 1975-1981

Box 145: 3

Social Indicators, 1978

Box 145: 4

Vietnam War Project, 1977

Box 145: 5

White House Conference on Balanced Growth and Economic Development, 1977-1979

 

Hutchins, Robert Maynard

Additional Note

Born: Brooklyn, Jan. 17, 1899. Died: May 14, 1977. CSDI: Chief Executive Officer, 1954-1974; President, 1956-1969, 1975-1977; Member, Board of Directors, 1956-1969, 1974-1977; Chairman of the Consultants, 1958-1962; Fellow of the Center, 1965-1974; Senior Fellow, 1969-1974; Chairman, Board of Directors, 1970-1974; Chairman of Fellows, 1971-1974; Life Fellow, 1974-1977. Oberlin College, student, 1915-1917. Yale, A.B.,1921; A.M., 1922; LL.B., 1925. Yale Law School, Lecturer,1925-1927; Professor of Law, 1927-1929; Acting Dean, 1927-1928; Dean, 1928-1929. President, University of Chicago, 1929-1945; Chancellor, 1945-1951. Associate Director, Ford Foundation, 1951-1954. Board of Editors, Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1946-1974; Director, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 1947-1974; Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, Inc., 1947-1974. Publications include: The Higher Learning in America (1936), No Friendly Voice (1936), Education for Freedom (1943), Great Books of the Western World (Editor in Chief, 1948-1957), St. Thomas and the World State (1949), Morals, Religion and Higher Education (1950), The Democratic Dilemma (1951), The Great Conversation: The Substance of a Liberal Education (Great Books of the Western World, v. 1, 1952), The Conflict in Education in a Democratic Society (1953), The University of Utopia (1953), Great Books, the Foundation of a Liberal Education (1954), Freedom, Education, and the Fund: Essays and Addresses, 1946-1956 (1956), Some Observations on American Education (1956), The Learning Society (1968), Zuckerlandl! (1968), and Contemporary Ideas in Historical Perspective (edited with Mortimer Adler, 1977).
 

General Files

Additional Note

Arranged by year, then alphabetically.
 

1965

Box 146: 1

Byrne, Jerome C.

Box 146: 2

Viet Nam (Geneva Agreement)

 

1967

 

Board of Directors

Box 146: 3

General

Box 146: 4-5

Meeting, Dec. 1, 1967

Box 146: 6

Interview of Robert M. Hutchins by Donald McDonald for Columbia University Oral History Project, Nov-Dec. 1967

Box 146: 7

Memos

Box 146: 8

Pacem in Terris II -- Public Relations of Peace

 

1968

 

Board of Directors

Box 146: 9

General

Box 146: 10

Grant, Arnold M.

Box 146: 11

Meeting, May 10, 1968

Box 146: 12

Some Aspects of a Post-Industrial Age

 

1971

Box 146: 13

Senior Fellows Meeting - "The Day the Dogs Took Over the Center," July 17, 1971

 

1972

Box 147: 1

Board of Trustees

 

1973

Box 147: 2

Board of Directors

Box 147: 3

China Project

Box 147: 4

Miller, Arthur S.

Box 147: 5-6

National Science Foundation

 

1974

 

Conferences

Box 147: 7

Changing Role of Religion

Box 147: 8

Conference on Aging and the Media

Box 147: 9

Japanese-U.S. Foreign Policy

Box 147: 10

Pending

Box 148: 1

Financial Reports

Box 148: 2

Malcolm Moos Memoranda

Box 148: 3

Pending Programs - Minnesota Experimental City

 

Pending Proposals

Box 148: 4

General

Box 148: 5

Japan

 

Programs

 

Advisory Committee

Box 148: 6

Memos

Box 148: 7

Minutes

Box 148: 8

Convocations

 

Funding

Box 148: 9

General

Box 148: 10

Carolyn Foundation

Box 148: 11

Publications

Box 148: 12

Publicity

 

Senior Fellows

Box 148: 13

Agenda

Box 148: 14

Calendar

Box 148: 15

Ginsburg - Notes on Retreat

Box 148: 16

Meeting, 11 July 1974

Box 148: 17

Memos

Box 148: 18

Shenker, Israel - New York Times Article, 5 June 1974

 

1975

Box 149: 1

American Issues Program

Box 149: 2

Curriculum Committee

Box 149: 3

Education Project

Box 149: 4

Electro-Anaesthesia

Box 149: 5

Engagements

Box 149: 6

Exclusionary Zoning

Box 149: 7

Executive Committee

Box 149: 8

Jewish Tradition - Possible Conference

Box 149: 9

Santa Barbara News-Press Letter, 14 May 1975

 

1975-1977

Box 149: 10-11

Buchanan, Scott - Truth in the Sciences

Box 150: 1-2

Chicago CSDI

 

Conferences

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically by conference title; includes correspondence, agenda, programs, newclippings and other related material, for conferences, convocations, and seminars.
Box 151: 1

Adler, Mortimer J. - The Conditions of Philosophy (Lecture Series), 1964

Box 151: 2

Aging (Lifespan) Conference, 1970

Box 151: 3

Alternatives in Education, 1970

Box 151: 4

Ambassador's Conference, 1963

Box 151: 5-6

Athens Seminar, 1961

Box 151: 7

Broadcasting and the First Amendment, 1973

Box 152: 1

Celebration at the Biltmore for Mortimer J. Adler's Birthday, 1962

Box 152: 2

Chicago Symposium, 1963

Box 152: 3

Communications Satellites, 1966

Box 152: 4-5

Conference on the Mentally Ill and the Criminal Law, 1970

Box 152: 6

The Corporation and the Quality of Life, 1971

Box 153: 1

Crime Control Legislation, 1971

Box 153: 2

Development in the Second Development Decade, 1972

Box 153: 3

Governor Brown's Conference, 1963

Box 153: 4

Japanese-American Conference, 1969

Box 153: 5

Latin-American Conference, 1969

Box 153: 6

Pacem in Maribus, 1970

Box 154: 1-3

Pacem in Maribus, 1970

Box 154: 4-5

Pacem in Terris I, 1965

Box 155: 1

Pacem in Terris I, 1965

Box 155: 2-6

Pacem in Terris II, 1967

Box 156: 1-3

Pacem in Terris III - A National Convocation to Consider New Opportunities for United States Foreign Policy, 1973

Box 156: 4

Southeast Asia (Proposed Conference)

Box 156: 5

Structuralism Conference, 1970

Box 156: 6

Symposium: Prospects for Democracy, 1962-1973, 1962

Box 156: 7

Tenth Anniversary Convocations: Challenges to Democracy in the Next Decade, 1963

Box 156: 8

The University in America, 1966

 

Correspondence

Additional Note

Incoming / outgoing; arranged by year, then alphabetically by surname of correspondent.
 

1966

Box 157: 1

A-G (incl. Lord Caradon, Kirk Douglas, and Arthur J. Goldberg)

Box 157: 2

G-V (incl. Irving Laucks, Laurance S. Rockefeller, John R. Seeley, and Arnold Toynbee)

 

1968

Box 157: 3

A-K (incl. Ernest Bader, Adolf A. Berle, Jr., Warren E. Burger, and Abe Fortas)

Box 157: 4

M-W (incl. Walter Millis, Jr., George Romney, Gilbert Seldes, and Stephen Spender)

 

1969

Box 157: 5

A-W

 

1970-1971

Box 157: 6

C-W (incl. Walter J. Hickel and John Van Dyke)

 

1972-1974

Additional Note

Includes correspondence, memoranda and related material, much of it relating to invititations for Hutchins to speak or participate in programs, but also offers by correspondents to participate in Center programs, and questions regarding specific Center programs and publications.
Box 158: 1

Bo

Box 158: 2

Br-By

Box 158: 3

Ca

Box 158: 4

Ce (incl. Center for Psychosocial Studies)

Box 158: 5

Ci

Box 158: 6

Cl (incl. Harlan Cleveland)

Box 158: 7

Co (incl. Barry Commoner and Randolph P. Compton - Fund for Peace)

Box 158: 8

Cr

Box 158: 9

Da-Di (incl. Paul A. Dawson - Brookings Institution)

Box 158: 10

Do (incl. Hugh Downs)

Box 158: 11

E (incl. Emitai Etzioni - Center for Policy Research, Inc.)

Box 158: 12

F (incl. W. H. Ferry)

Box 159: 1

Ga-Ge

Box 159: 2

Gi

Box 159: 3

Go

Box 159: 4

Ha-He (incl. Bernard Haber and Crane Haussamen)

Box 159: 5

Hi

Box 159: 6

Ho

Box 159: 7

I

Box 159: 8

J

Box 159: 9

Jo

Box 159: 10-11

K (incl. Clark Kerr and Nora Scott Kinzer)

Box 160: 1

L

Box 160: 2

M (incl. Donald McDonald)

Box 160: 3

Me

Box 160: 4

Mi

Box 160: 5

Mo

Box 160: 6

N (incl. National Council on Crime and Delinquency and National Endowment for the Humanities)

Box 160: 7

Ni-No

Box 160: 8

O (incl. Warren Olson - Hutchins School of Liberal Studies, California State, Sonoma)

Box 160: 9

Os

Box 160: 10

P (incl. Jack Peltason)

Box 160: 11

Pi

Box 160: 12

Po-Pu

Box 161: 1

Q

Box 161: 2

R (incl. David Riesman)

Box 161: 3

Re

Box 161: 4

Ri

Box 161: 5

Ro (incl. Laurance Rockefeller)

Box 161: 6

S

Box 161: 7

Sch

Box 161: 8

Se-Sh

Box 161: 9

Si-Sk (incl. B. F. Skinner)

Box 161: 10

Sl-Sm

Box 161: 11

Sp-Sv

Box 161: 12

Ta-Th

Box 161: 13

Ti-Tu (incl. Kenneth S. Tollett)

Box 161: 14

U (incl. Stewart Udall)

Box 161: 15

V

Box 162: 1

Wa-Wh

Box 162: 2

Wi-Wy

 

1975-1977

Box 162: 3

A (incl. American Jewish Congress and George Anastaplo)

Box 162: 4

Adler, Mortimer J.

Box 162: 5-7

B (incl. Saul Bellow, Warren G. Bennis, William J. Brennan, Jr., and Warren E. Burger)

Box 162: 8

Badash, Lawrence

Box 163: 1-2

C

Box 163: 3

Carter, Laura Lee

Box 163: 4

D (incl. Hugh Downs)

Box 163: 5

E (incl. William R. Ewald, Jr.)

Box 163: 6

F (incl. Robben W. Fleming and Harrop A. Freeman)

Box 164: 1

G

Box 164: 2

Gibney, Frank

Box 164: 3

Giles, Robert H., Jr.

Box 164: 4

Gottlieb, Gerald

Box 164: 5

Graham, Otis

Box 164: 6-7

H (incl. Christian A. Herter, Jr. and Arthur C. Holden)

Box 165: 1

Harvey, Mary K.

Box 165: 2

I

Box 165: 3

J (incl. Neil H. Jacoby)

Box 165: 4

K (incl. Henry A. Kissinger)

Box 165: 5

L

Box 165: 6

Lockwood, Chester D

Box 165: 7

Lyford, Joseph

Box 166: 1-2

M (incl. Gunnar Myrdal)

Box 166: 3

Mordy, Wendall A.

Box 166: 4

N (incl. National Science Foundation)

Box 166: 5

O

Box 166: 6

P (incl. Potomac Institute, Inc.)

Box 167: 1

Price, Postel and Parma

Box 167: 2

Price, Timothy Key

Box 167: 3

Quirk, R. R.

Box 167: 4

R

Box 167: 5

Reber, D. H.

Box 167: 6

Roberts, C. J.

Box 167: 7-8

S (incl. Carl Sagan and Potter Stewart)

Box 167: 9

Slater, Joseph

Box 167: 10

Snyder, Edward I. and Lazarini and Willis, Consultants

Box 167: 11

T (incl. Kenneth S. Tollett)

Box 168: 1

Toulmin, Stephen

Box 168: 2

Tyler, Ralph W. - The Chicago Program

Box 168: 3

U

Box 168: 4

V

Box 168: 5

W (incl. R. J. Zwi Werblowsky)

Box 168: 6

Wheeler, Harvey

Box 168: 7

Y

Box 168: 8

York, Herbert

Box 168: 9

Z

 

Kelly, Frank K.

Additional Note

Born: 1914. CSDI: Vice President, 1956-1974; Staff Administrator/Director of Mass Media Project, 1958-1967; Fellow, 1965-1969; Director of Continuing Education, 1965-1972. Earlier career in journalism, as reporter and editor for the Associated Press and the Kansas City Star. Professor at Boston University. Speechwriter for President Harry Truman. Publications include: The Press and the Fund for the Republic (1957), Who Owns the Air: Testimony before the Federal Communications Commission (CSDI Occasional Paper on the Role of the Mass Media in the Free Society, 1960), The Fight for the White House: The Story of 1912 (1961), The Martyred Presidents and Their Successors (1967), Your Laws (1970), Court of Reason: Robert Hutchins and the Fund for the Republic (1981), Needed: A Nuclear Age Peace Corps: An Alternative to Annihilation (1985), Waging Peace in the Nuclear Age: Ideas for Action (editor, with David Krieger, 1988), Waging Peace II: Vision and Hope for the 21st Century (1992), and Harry Truman and the Human Family (1998).
 

Alpha Files

Additional Note

Correspondence and accompanying material, mainly relating to program ideas and proposals.
Box 169: 1

Adult Education, 1966

Box 169: 2

Adult Education Association of the U.S.A., 1967

Box 169: 3

Adult Education Center Series, 1967

Box 169: 4

Adult Education Series - Role of the Clergy, 1966

Box 169: 5

American Association of University Women (AAUW), 1967

Box 169: 6

Attorney General's List of Organizations Designated under Executive Order No. 10450, 1965

Box 169: 7

Bennington College, 1966

Box 169: 8

Bishop, H. E., 1967

Box 169: 9

Bucks County World Peace Fair, 1966-1967

Box 169: 10

Burhans, A. D. (Dan), 1966

Box 169: 11

Business Leaders and the Public Good, 1968

Box 169: 12

Carlson, Chester F., 1964

Box 169: 13-14

Catholic Human Relations Council, 1966

Box 169: 15

Center Dinners, 1970

Box 169: 16

Center Magazine, 1967

Box 169: 17

Center Promotional Activities, 1970

Box 170: 1

Chamber of Commerce of the United States, 1968

Box 170: 2

Chambliss, Allan, 1966

Box 170: 3

Church in Society (Donald McDonald), 1968

Box 170: 4

Communications Satellites, 1966

Box 170: 5

Correspondence - Unanswered, 1964-1966

Box 170: 6

Council on Religion and International Affairs (CRIA), 1967

Box 170: 7

Crisis in America: Do We Need a New Constitution? 1970

Box 170: 8

Cross-National and Cross-Cultural Communication and Coexistence (Frank K. Kelly), 1967

Box 170: 9

Deep Seas Project, 1968

Box 170: 10

Denver - Second Values Conference, 1967

Box 170: 11

Denver Seminar Series, 1967

Box 170: 12

Doctors, Adult Education for, 1967

Box 170: 13

Downs, Hugh, 1966

Box 170: 14

Eden in Jeopardy Quote, 1966

Box 170: 15

Editorial Communications, 1967

Box 170: 16

Endowment, 1966

Box 170: 17

ETV, 1966

Box 170: 18

Everywoman's Village, 1967

Box 170: 19

Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1967

Box 170: 20

Fight for the White House, 1964

Box 171: 1

Film, 1970

Box 171: 2

Financing Effective War on Poverty, 1967

Box 171: 3

Fire in Paradise, ca. 1964

Box 171: 4-6

Forces of Change, 1966-1967

Box 171: 7

Fordham University, 1965

Box 171: 8

Founding Members Seminars, 1966

Box 171: 9

Fryer, Lottie, 1966-1967

Box 171: 10

Fund Raising, 1965

Box 171: 11

Galileo Clips, 1964

Box 171: 12

Guadalupe College, 1968

Box 171: 13

Hayes, James, 1965

Box 171: 14

Houston Council on World Affairs, 1967

Box 171: 15

Houston Post, 1966

Box 171: 16

Hutchins Name List, 1966

Box 171: 17

Hutchins, Robert Maynard - Why They Don't Want Business Careers, 1966

Box 171: 18

Johnson, Paul, 1965

Box 172: 1

Kaiser Aluminum Letter, 1966

Box 172: 2

Kelly, Frank K. - Outside Publications, 1967

Box 172: 3

Litton Industries, 1967

Box 172: 4

Mariante, Benjamin, 1967

Box 172: 5

Mass Media, 1970

Box 172: 6

Memos, 1964

Box 172: 7

Mensa, 1967

Box 172: 8

Mundelein College, 1967

Box 172: 9

Nadel, Ruth, 1966

Box 172: 10

National Congress on the Rights and Responsibilities of the Public in Commercial Broadcasting - Planning Conference, 1966

Box 172: 11

National Newman Student Federation, 1966

Box 172: 12

Nieman Fellows, 1964

Box 172: 13

Notre Dame University, 1967

Box 172: 14

Orange County Free Library, 1966

Box 173: 1

Pacem in Terris II, 1967

Box 173: 2

Pike, Bishop, 1962-1966

Box 173: 3

Press Distribution List on Sept. Issue of the Center Magazine and Release of the Constitution, 1970

Box 173: 4

Radio and T.V., 1970

Box 173: 5

Responsibilities of Religious Citizens, 1966

Box 173: 6

Responsibility of the Press, 1967

Box 173: 7

Rickover, Admiral H. G., 1966

Box 173: 8

Rittenberg, Stephen (UCSB Associated Students), 1966

Box 173: 9

Riverside - University Extension Program, 1966

Box 174: 1

St. Mary's University - Pacem in Terris Follow Up, 1965

Box 174: 2

St. Xavier College (Sister Mary Olivia), 1965

Box 174: 3

Stanford Journalism Fellows, 1970

Box 174: 4

State of Mankind Proposal, 1967

Box 174: 5

Tales of the Kellys, 1966

Box 174: 6

Tolo, Marc, 1967

Box 174: 7

T.V. Editorials, 1967

Box 174: 8

University in America Form Letter, ca. 1966

Box 174: 9

University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, 1967

Box 174: 10

Visitors, 1970

Box 174: 11

Waring, Houston - Hous's Column, 1967

Box 174: 12

Who Owns the Air? - University Microfilms, Inc., 1967

Box 174: 13

Willens - University in America, 1966

Box 174: 14

Wills, Garry, 1966

Box 174: 15

Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association, 1965

Box 174: 16

Your Freedoms: The Bill of Rights, 1964-1966

 

Correspondence

Additional Note

Arranged chronologically; mostly outgoing, sometimes with incoming correspondence attached.
Box 175: 1

1965 (incl. William Benton and Paul G. Hoffman)

Box 175: 2-13

1966 (incl. William Benton, Chester F. Carlson, Norman Cousins, Patrick F. Crowley, Clifton Fadiman, Crane Haussamen, Stanley Marcus, Reinhold Niebuhr, J. R. Parten, James A. Pike, Claiborne Pell, Eugene Pulliam, Katharine Tremaine, Rexford G. Tugwell, and Harold Willens)

Box 176: 1-8

1967 (incl. Crane Haussamen, Hallock Hoffman, Paul Jacobs, Edward Lamb, Herbert Mitgang, Reinhold Niebuhr, J. R. Parten, and Thomas Reeves)

Box 177: 1-4

1967 (incl. Crane Haussamen, John V. Lindsay, Claiborne Pell, Thomas Reeves, Elmo Roper, and Thomas M. Storke)

Box 177: 5-9

1968 (incl. Chester F. Carlson, Forces of Change Kits, Seniel Ostrow, Thomas Reeves, George Romney and Harold Willens)

 

Mitchell, Maurice B.

Additional Note

Born: New York City, Feb. 9, 1915. Died: Santa Barbara, Nov. 30, 1996. CSDI: Member, Board of Directors, 1977-1979; President, 1978-1979. Early career in journalism and newspaper publishing. President/Director, Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, 1953-1962; President/Director Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., Chicago and all subsidiaries, 1962-1967; director, Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation, 1977-ca. 1997. Chancellor, University of Denver, 1967-1977. Member, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1968-1974; director, National Public Radio, 1977-ca. 1997. Publications include: articles on education and communications.
 

Alpha Files

Additional Note

Mainly lettered files, e.g. Br-By, followed by named files for that alphabetical sequence; mostly incoming/outgoing correspondence, memoranda, agenda, minutes and reports.
Box 179: 1-2

A (incl. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith), 1977-1979

Box 179: 3

Adler, Mortimer J., 1977-1978

Box 179: 4

Advisory Committee, 1979

Box 179: 5

AECT (Association for Educational Communications and Technology), 1978

Box 179: 6

Antonow, Joseph P., 1977-1978

Box 179: 7

APHA (American Public Health Conference), Los Angeles, 1978

Box 179: 8-10

Ashmore, Harry S., 1977-1978

Box 180: 1

Aspen, 1977-1979

Box 180: 2

Associates, 1979

Box 180: 3

Audiotape Program, 1979

Box 180: 4

Auditors - Arthur Andersen, 1977-1979

Box 180: 5

B (incl. Gerald A. Bartel), 1979

Box 180: 6

Ba - Be, 1973-1978

Box 180: 7

Bi - Br (incl. Ben Bradley and James T. Brady), 1973-1978

Box 180: 8

Br - By (incl. Edmund G. Brown, Jr.), 1973-1978

Box 180: 9

Bennett, Marshall, 1978-1979

 

Board of Directors

Box 181: 1-3

General (mainly correspondence and some minutes), 1977-1979

Box 181: 4-7

Dockets (includes Report and Recommendations to the Board), 1978-1979

Box 181: 8

Book and Tape Programs, 1977-1978

Box 181: 9-10

Borgese, Elisabeth Mann, 1975-1979

Box 182: 1-2

C (incl. Donald R. Cressey, Wilbur J. Cohen, and Norman Cousins), 1977-1978

Box 182: 3

Ca - Cu, 1978-1979

Box 182: 4

Calendar, 1978

Box 182: 5

Caponigri, Robert A., 1977-1978

Box 182: 6

Capps, Walter, 1977-1979

Box 182: 7

Carlos, Manuel Luis, 1979

Box 182: 8

Center Property, 1979

Box 182: 9

Chicago Center, 1977-1978

Box 182: 10

Clark, Ramsey, 1978

Box 182: 11

D (incl. Gaylord Donnelley), 1977-1978

Box 182: 12

Danforth Conference, Tamaron, 1978

Box 182: 13

Deerlin, Lionel Van, 1979

Box 182: 14

Development, 1977-1978

Box 183: 1

Dialogue Agenda, 1977-1978

Box 183: 2

Douglas, James H., 1978-1979

Box 183: 3

E, 1977-1979

Box 183: 4

Expense Reports, 1977

Box 183: 5

F, 1978-1979

Box 183: 6

Fa - Fl (incl. W. H. Ferry), 1977-1978

Box 183: 7

Fo - Fu, 1977-1978

Box 183: 8

Fadiman, Clifton, 1978-1979

Box 183: 9

Fagan, Brian M., 1978-1979

Box 183: 10

Financial Executives Institute, Denver, 1978

Box 183: 11

Fleming, Harold C., 1977-1979

Box 183: 12

Foundations, 1969-1979

Box 184: 1

Foundations, 1977-1978

Box 184: 2

G, 1979

Box 184: 3

Ga - Go (incl. Norton Ginsburg), 1969-1979

Box 184: 4

Go - Gu (incl. Gerald H. Gottlieb), 1977-1978

Box 184: 5

Gibney, Frank, 1978

Box 184: 6

Goldschmidt, Peter R., 1979

Box 184: 7

Gorman, William, 1979

Box 184: 8

Gourary, John P., 1978

Box 184: 9

Graham, Otis L., Jr., 1977-1979

Box 185: 1-5

Graham, Otis L., Jr., 1977-1979

Box 185: 6

Green, Barbara, 1979

Box 185: 7

H (incl. Robert M. Hutchins), 1977-1978

Box 186: 1

H (incl. Bernard D. Haber and Robert Heilbroner), 1977-1978

Box 186: 2

Haber - Texas Litigation, 1978-1979

Box 186: 3

Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs (John Adams, Director), 1978

Box 186: 4

Hutchins, Vesta, 1977-1979

Box 186: 5

Huttenback, Chancellor Robert A., 1979

Box 186: 6

I - L, 1977-1978

Box 186: 7

IIE (Institute of International Education) Pacific Project, 1978

Box 186: 8

Imperator, Pat, 1978-1979

Box 186: 9

Jacobson, Herbert L., 1979

Box 186: 10

Jacoby, Neil H., 1978-1979

Box 186: 11

Janda, Kenneth, 1978

Box 186: 12

Japanese Meeting - Working Papers, 1979

Box 187: 1-3

Japanese Project (Frank Gibney), 1975-1979

Box 187: 4

Jenner, Albert, Jr., 1978

Box 187: 5

K, 1979

Box 187: 6

Ka - Kl, 1977-1978

Box 187: 7

Kn - Ku, 1977-1978

Box 187: 8

Karl, Bill, 1978-1979

Box 187: 9

Klutznick, Philip M., 1977-1978

Box 188: 1

L, 1979

Box 188: 2

La - Le (incl. Edward Lamb), 1977-1978

Box 188: 3

Le - Lu (incl. Walter J. Leonard), 1977-1978

Box 188: 4

Lamb, Edward, 1978-1979

Box 188: 5

Laucks, Eulah C., 1977-1978

Box 188: 6

LBJ Foundation Award, 1978

Box 188: 7

Legal Services Retreat, 1978

Box 188: 8

Levinson, Morris, 1978-1979

Box 188: 9

M, 1978-1979

Box 188: 10

Ma - Me, 1977-1978

Box 188: 11

Me - Mi, 1977-1978

Box 189: 1

Mi - Mu (incl. Newton Minow and Iris Murdoch), 1977-1978

Box 189: 2

McAllister, Frances B., 1977-1979

Box 189: 3

McAlmon, George, 1977-1978

Box 189: 4

Membership, 1978-1979

Box 189: 5

Mid-East Symposium (Flapan), 1979

Box 189: 6

Mitchell, Maurice B., 1979

Box 189: 7

Myerhoff, Barbara (USC Anthropology Department), 1979

Box 189: 8

Na - Nu (incl. National Catholic Educational Association and Fred Warner Neal), 1977-1979

Box 189: 9-10

NEH Proposal, 1977-1979

Box 189: 11

Newman, Paul, 1977-1979

Box 189: 12

Nicholas, Frederick, 1977-1979

Box 190: 1

O, 1977-1979

Box 190: 2

Ostrow, Seniel, 1977-1979

Box 190: 3

Pa - Pf, 1977-1978

Box 190: 4

Ph - Pu, 1977-1978

Box 190: 5

Phoenix (Arizona Library Association), 1978

Box 190: 6

Program Planning, 1979

Box 190: 7

Q, 1977-1978

Box 190: 8

Ra - Ro, 1977-1979

Box 190: 9

Ro - Ru (incl. Nathan Rotenstreich), 1977-1979

Box 190: 10

Rapoport, Bernard, 1978

Box 190: 11

Rockefeller Foundation (Lee Strauss), 1978-1979

Box 190: 12

Rothschild, Robert, 1977-1979

Box 191: 1

Rothschild, Robert, 1977-1979

Box 191: 2

S, 1979

Box 191: 3

Sa, 1977-1978

Box 191: 4

Sc - Sh (incl. Stanley Sheinbaum), 1977-1978

Box 191: 5

Si - St, 1975-1979

Box 191: 6

St - Sw, 1977-1978

Box 191: 7

Santa Barbara Contacts, 1978

Box 191: 8

Schwab, Joseph, 1979

Box 191: 9

Singer, Benjamin, 1978

Box 191: 10

Staff Meetings - Discussion, 1978

Box 191: 11

Steering Committee, 1979

Box 192: 1-2

St. John's College, 1979

Box 192: 3-4

T (incl. Lowell Thomas), 1977-1979

Box 192: 5-7

Tagger, Peter, 1974-1979

Box 192: 8

Talk - Frederic Printing Co. 100th Anniversary, 1977-1978

Box 192: 9

Tyler, Glen E., 1979

Box 192: 10

Tyler, Ralph, 1978-1979

 

University of Denver

Box 193: 1-2

General, 1977-1978

Box 193: 3

The Denver Design, n.d.

Box 193: 4

Photographs (photocopies - originals separated to Photo Files), 1970

Box 193: 5

Proposal for a New Science Facility, 1977-1978

Box 193: 6

Publishing Institute, 1978

Box 193: 7

University Presidents, 1979

Box 193: 8

UCSB Foundation (Douglas Schmidt), 1979

Box 193: 9

V (incl. John Vasconcellos and Harriette von Breton), 1977-1978

Box 193: 10

V - W, 1978-1979

Box 193: 11

Volunteers, 1977-1978

Box 193: 12

W, 1978-1979

Box 194: 1

Ward, Paul Von, 1978-1979

Box 194: 2

Warner, Marvin, 1978

Box 194: 3

Weber, Robert, 1979

Box 194: 4

Weimer, Gary (UCSB Development), 1979

Box 194: 5

Weissbourd, Bernard, 1978

Box 194: 6

Weitz, Martin M., 1978

Box 194: 7

West Virginia Wesleyan Talk, 1978

Box 194: 8

Winblad, Marjorie, 1978

Box 194: 9

Wingspread, 1977-1978

Box 194: 10

Wise, David, 1978

Box 194: 11-12

Wright-Ingraham, 1976-1978

Box 195: 1

Y, 1977-1978

Box 195: 2

Yale University, 1978

 

Moos, Malcolm Charles

Additional Note

Born: St. Paul, Minnesota, Apr. 19, 1916. Died: Jan. 28, 1982. CSDI: President, 1974-1975. BA and MA, University of Minnesota; PhD, University of California. Taught at Johns Hopkins; later worked for Sherman Adams, President Eisenhower's chief of staff. President of the University of Minnesota, 1967-1973. Publications include: A Grammar of American Politics: The National Government (with Wilfred E. Binkley, 1950), Politics, Presidents, and Coattails (1952), Power through Purpose: The Realism of Idealism as a Basis for Foreign Policy (with Thomas I. Cook, 1954), The Republicans: A History of Their Party(1956), The Campus and the State (with Francis E. Rourke and others, 1959).
 

Advance Calendar

Box 196: 1

Current and Pending Activities, 1974-1975

 

Board Members

Additional Note

Mostly incoming/outgoing correspondence.
Box 196: 2

Biographical Material, n.d.

Box 196: 3

Antonow, Joseph P., 1974-1975

Box 196: 4

Clark, Blair, 1974

Box 196: 5

Douglas, James H., 1974-1975

Box 196: 6

Grant, Arnold, 1974

Box 196: 7

Lamb, Edward, 1974-1975

Box 196: 8

Laucks, Eulah, 1975

Box 196: 9

Laughlin, W. Price, 1974

Box 196: 10

Levinson, Morris L., 1974

Box 196: 11

McAllister, Frances, 1974-1975

Box 196: 12

Mott, Stewart R., 1974-1975

Box 196: 13

Newman, Paul, 1974

Box 196: 14

Parten, J. R., 1971-1975

Box 196: 15

Rapoport, Bernard, 1974

Box 196: 16

Ridder, Bernard, 1974

Box 196: 17

Stevenson, Eleanor B., 1975

Box 196: 18

Ward, L. Emerson, 1974

Box 196: 19

Weissbourd, Bernard, 1974

 

Personnel

Additional Note

Mainly correspondence, memos, and reports by Center staff.
Box 196: 20

Bidner, William R., 1974

Box 196: 21

Cadenhead, Gary, 1973-1975

Box 196: 22

Caponigri, A. Robert, 1975

Box 196: 23

Douglas, Patricia, 1974

Box 196: 24

Fadiman, Clifton, 1974

Box 196: 25

Flynn, Edward J., 1975

Box 196: 26

Harvey, Mary K., 1974-1975

Box 196: 27

Kelly, Frank, 1974-1975

Box 196: 28

McDonald, Donald, 1974

Box 197: 1

Mordy, Wendell

Box 197: 2

Neal, Fred Warner, 1971-1974

Box 197: 3

Norris, Barney, 1974-1975

Box 197: 4

Tagger, Peter, 1974-1975

Box 197: 5

Wheeler, Harvey, 1974-1975

Box 197: 6

Young Scholars, 1974

 

Programs

Additional Note

Primarily proposals and financial statements.
Box 197: 7

Center for Foreign Policy Analysis (J. William Fulbright), 1974

Box 197: 8

Conferences - Pending, 1974

Box 197: 9

Conference - (Jerusalem) - Modernity and Tradition: The Crisis of Religion in the Modern World, 1974

Box 197: 10

Financial Reports, 1975

Box 197: 11

Ford Foundation Proposals, n.d.

Box 197: 12

Fund for Peace, 1974-1975

Box 197: 13

Gerontological Proposal, 1975

Box 197: 14

Joint Economic Committee, 1975

Box 197: 15

Medical Malpractice, 1975

Box 197: 16

New Center Program, 1975

Box 197: 17

Proposals - Pending, 1974

 

Senior Fellows

Additional Note

Mainly correspondence and memos.
Box 198: 1

Memos, 1975

Box 198: 2

Ashmore, Harry S., 1971-1975

Box 198: 3

Borgese, Elisabeth Mann, 1974-1975

Box 198: 4

Cogley, John, 1974-1975

Box 198: 5

Comfort, Alex, 1974-1975

Box 198: 6

Hutchins, Robert, 1967-1975

Box 198: 7

Ritchie-Calder, Lord, 1974-1975

Box 198: 8

Tugwell, Rexford, 1975

Box 198: 9

Wheeler, Harvey, 1974-1975

Box 198: 10

Wilkinson, John, 1974-1975

 

Visiting Fellows

Additional Note

Primarily correspondence and memos.
Box 198: 11

Brauer, Jerald C., 1974

Box 198: 12

Ginsburg, Norton, 1974-1975

Box 198: 13

Hartshorne, Charles, 1974

Box 198: 14

King, Alexander, 1974

Box 198: 15

Mowshowitz, Abbe, 1974-1975

Box 198: 16

Schwab, Joseph J., 1974

Box 198: 17

Werblowsky, Zwi, 1974

 

Sills, Deborah

Additional Note

CSDI: Program Coordinator, 1980-1981.
 

Alpha Files

Additional Note

Correspondence, memos, clippings and reports.
Box 199: 1

Academy of Independent Scholars: Democracy Conference, Summer 1983, 1979-1982

Box 199: 2-3

American Journal Proposal, 1983

Box 199: 4

Basic Issues Resources, 1981

Box 199: 5

Board of Directors, 1980-1981

Box 199: 6

Book Exhibits, 1980-1981

Box 199: 7

Budget, 1979-1980

Box 199: 8

By-Laws, Fund for the Republic, Inc., 1975

Box 199: 9

Capps, Walter, 1980

Box 199: 10

Center Club - Letters, 1981

Box 199: 11

Center Goals, n.d.

Box 199: 12

Center Residence, 1979-1980

Box 199: 13

Chronological File, 1982

Box 199: 14

Clemens, Walter C., Jr., 1981

Box 199: 15

Contacts Regarding Various Subject Areas, 1982

 

Credibility

Box 199: 16

Membership, 1981-1982

Box 199: 17

Program, 1975-1981

Box 199: 18

Publications, 1981-1982

Box 199: 19

Democracy - T.V. Series, n.d.

Box 199: 20

Dialogue - Political Parties, n.d.

Box 199: 21

Dialogue Procedures/Guidelines, n.d.

Box 199: 22

Dialogue Program - General, 1982

Box 199: 23

Disarmament Series - Spring 1981, 1980-1981

Box 199: 24

Fund Raising Information, 1983

Box 200: 1

Intercampus Exchange/Activities Fund, 1980-1982

Box 200: 2

Intercampus Faculty Advisory Committee, 1981

Box 200: 3

Kieffer, George, 1982-1983

Box 200: 4

Membership Letters, 1981

Box 200: 5

Miller, James Grier, 1980

Box 200: 6

Mitchell, Maurice, 1963-1978

Box 200: 7

National Advisory Council, 1980

 

Oral History

Box 200: 8

Baylor University Oral-Video History Project, 1982-1983

Box 200: 9

Earl Warren Oral History, 1982-1983

Box 200: 10

Legal, ca. 1976

Box 200: 11

UCLA Oral History Project, 1983

Box 200: 12

Planning and Policy Meetings, 1981-1982

Box 200: 13

Robert Maynard Hutchins Center, 1980-1982

Box 201: 1

Sheinbaum, Stanley K. (Anti-Semitism), 1981

 

Steering Committee

Box 201: 2-4

General, 1979-1982

Box 201: 5

Program Subcommittee, 1980

Box 201: 6

Suri, Surindar, 1981

Box 201: 7

Universitywide Energy Research Group, 1981

Box 201: 8

Viable Options in an Energy Economy - Grant Proposal, 1980

 

Tagger, Peter

Additional Note

CSDI: Director of Membership Services, 1965-1970; Director of Promotion, Membership, and Development, 1971-1974; Director of Membership/Publications Program, 1975-1979; Secretary-Treasurer, 1975- 1979; Consultant for Membership Services, 1979. Earlier Los Angeles direct mail marketing career.
 

General

Box 202: 1

Better Business Bureau, 1978

Box 202: 2

Center Re-organization, 1969-1978

Box 202: 3

Copp Proposal, 1970

Box 202: 4

Drown Library Grant, 1967-1977

Box 202: 5

Endowment Campaign, 1973

Box 202: 6

Energy Policies and the International System, 1973

Box 202: 7

National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), 1978

Box 202: 8

Non-Voter Study, '77-'78, 1978

Box 202: 9

Saturday Review Proposal, 1975

Box 202: 10

Three Enquiries into Democratic Institutions and the Public Interest, 1973

Box 202: 11

U.S. Mission to the U.N., 1978

Box 202: 12

William O. Douglas Fund - Background, 1977-1978

Box 202: 13

William O. Douglas Inquiry - Financial, 1978

 

Academic Program

Box 202: 14

Advisory Committee, 1974, 1977

Box 202: 15

Curriculum Committee, 1975

Box 202: 16

Dialogues, 1975-1979

Box 203: 1

Dialogues, 1975-1979

Box 203: 2

Organization of Center - Memos, 1968-1974

Box 203: 3

Setting Up Center Discussion Group, 1971-1976

 

Conferences

Box 203: 4

Agenda for Conferences, 1971-1974

Box 203: 5

Crime - And What We Can Do about It, 1977

Box 203: 6

Criminal Justice Code, 1975

Box 203: 7

Critical Issues in Alcoholism, 1976-1977

Box 203: 8

Ethics of Exclusion: The Crisis of U.S. Immigration Policy, 1977

Box 203: 9

Jerusalem Conference: Modernity and Tradition - The Crisis of Religion in the Modern World, 1972-1975

Box 203: 10

Judaica Conference, 1974-1977

Box 203: 11

New International Economic Order and the Law of the Sea, 1975-1976

Box 203: 12

Out of Poverty... Reflections and Strategies, 1976

Box 203: 13

Philosophy of Education Conference, 1976-1977

Box 203: 14

Reappraisal of the White House Conference on Balanced National Growth and Economic Development, 1978

Box 203: 15

Where Shall We Live? 1976

 

Contacts

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically; includes files for organizations and Individuals.
Box 204: 1

Aspen Institute, 1977

Box 204: 2

Blum Associates, 1971

Box 204: 3

Breunig, Robert, 1975-1978

Box 204: 4

Broadcasting Foundation of America, 1972-1973

Box 204: 5

California Council for the Humanities, 1976-1977

Box 204: 6

Campaign Communications Institute of America, 1972-1973

Box 204: 7

Center for Policy Research, 1971-1972

Box 204: 8

Charles Feldstein and Company, 1974

Box 204: 9

Conal, Bernard, 1971

Box 204: 10

Craver, Roger, 1975-1978

Box 204: 11

Cumberford Corporation, 1974

Box 204: 12

Direct Mail Campaign (Mott Enterprises), 1977-1978

Box 204: 13

Drayne/Guttenberg, 1977

Box 204: 14

Fund for Peace, 1971-1974

Box 205: 1-4

Fund for Peace 1975-1977

Box 205: 5

Fund Raising Brochure, ca. 1971-1974

Box 205: 6

Gurin, Barnes, Roche, and Carson, 1969-1971

Box 205: 7

Henry Luce Foundation, Inc., 1971

Box 205: 8-9

J. R. Taft, 1970-1976

Box 206: 1-2

Jack Shelton, Inc., 1967-1977

Box 206: 3

Kelso, Scott, 1971-1972

Box 206: 4

Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, Inc., 1971

Box 206: 5

Oram Group, Inc., 1975

Box 206: 6

Potomac Institute, 1976

Box 206: 7

Rosenberg, George, 1976

Box 206: 8

Russell Sage Foundation, 1972

Box 206: 9

San Francisco Foundations, n.d.

Box 206: 10

Sidney Green Associates, 1977-1978

Box 206: 11

Stanley Foundation, 1971

Box 206: 12

Stern Fund, 1971

 

Correspondence

 

Ex-Personnel

Box 206: 13

benShea, Noah, 1976-1978

Box 206: 14

Bidner, William R. (L.A. Office), 1969-1974

Box 206: 15

Cadenhead, Gary M., 1970-1976

Box 206: 16

Harvey, Mary, 1970-1977

 

Staff

Box 206: 17

Andon, Nancy, 1975-1978

Box 207: 1

Ashmore, Harry S. - Patricia Douglas, 1966-1978

Box 207: 2-3

Ashmore, Harry S., 1970-1977

Box 207: 4-5

Borgese, Elisabeth Mann, 1970-1978

Box 207: 6

Calder, Lord Ritchie, 1973-1976

Box 207: 7

Capps, Walter, 1977-1978

Box 207: 8

Cressey, Donald, 1976-1978

Box 207: 9

Douglas, Patricia, 1974-1978

Box 208: 1

Fadiman, Clifton, 1974-1975

Box 208: 2-3

Ginsburg, Norton Sydney, 1974-1978

Box 208: 4

Graham, Otis L., Jr., 1975-1978

Box 208: 5

Haber, Bernard, 1975-1977

Box 208: 6-7

Hutchins, Robert Maynard, 1967-1977

Box 208: 8

Ibarra, Ted, 1977

Box 208: 9

Membership, 1970-1975

Box 208: 10

Mitchell, Maurice B., 1977-1979

Box 208: 11

Moos, Malcolm, 1974-1975

Box 209: 1

Rotenstreich, Nathan, 1976-1977

Box 209: 2

Schwab, Joseph, 1975-1976

Box 209: 3

Smith, Beryl, 1973-1978

Box 209: 4

Tagger, Peter, 1974-1975

Box 209: 5

Tugwell, Rexford Guy, 1974-1978

Box 209: 6

Tyler, Ralph, 1975-1977

Box 209: 7

Wise, David, 1977

Box 209: 8

Visitors / Consultants - Miscellany, 1970-1975

 

Fundraising

Additional Note

Correspondence, memos, agenda, and programs for public fundraising events. Related files in EXTERNAL AFFAIRS - PUBLIC PROGRAMS (M18-0604).
Box 209: 9

ABM Conference - New York, 1968

Box 209: 10

Adler Conference, 1977

Box 209: 11

Adler, Mortimer, 1976

Box 209: 12

Ambassadors' Conference, 1970

Box 209: 13

Ashmore - Crowther, 1971

Box 209: 14

BBC Preview - New York, 1971

Box 209: 15

Britannica Robert Maynard Hutchins Award, 1978

Box 209: 16

Center Council - New York, 1971

Box 209: 17

Chicago Committee Series, 1969

Box 210: 1-2

Chicago Dinners, 1972, 1975

Box 210: 3

Chicago Fall Public Meeting, 1976

Box 210: 4

China Policy - New York, 1971

Box 210: 5-9

Constitution Meetings, 1970-1971

Box 210: 10

Crime Legislation - New York, 1971

Box 210: 11

Crisis in Education, 1971

Box 210: 12

Cultural Changes Meeting - New York, 1972

 

Dinners

Box 210: 13

Chicago, 1971

Box 210: 14

Los Angeles, 1971

Box 211: 1

New York - Hutchins Luncheon, 1968-1972

Box 211: 2

Santa Barbara, 1970

Box 211: 3-6

Discussion Series - San Francisco, 1969-1970

Box 211: 7

Doctors - Los Angeles, 1971

Box 211: 8

Ecology Conference - Los Angeles, 1970

Box 211: 9

Foreign Policy at Center, 1972

 

Foreign Policy Dinners

Box 211: 10-11

Los Angeles, 1972

Box 211: 12

New York, 1972

Box 211: 13-14

Founding Members Annual Dinners - Beverly Hills, 1968-1969

Box 211: 15

Goldstücker, Eduard, 1972

Box 211: 16

Hutchins Luncheon, 1968

Box 212: 1

Leadership Day - Santa Barbara, 1970

Box 212: 2

Levinson Dinner, 1976

Box 212: 3

Los Angeles, 1972

Box 212: 4

Los Angeles Meetings, 1976

Box 212: 5

Los Angeles Seminar, 1975

Box 212: 6

Meeting - Beverly Hills, 1970

Box 212: 7

Militarism - Los Angeles, 1971

Box 212: 8

Milwaukee, 1972

Box 212: 9

Morse Dinner - Bel Air, 1971

Box 212: 10

Newman, Paul, 1972

Box 212: 11

Rotenstreich Dinner - Los Angeles, 1972

Box 212: 12

20th Anniversary Dinner, 1972

Box 212: 13

Union of American Hebrew Congregations - Los Angeles, 1971

Box 212: 14

Violence - Westport, 1971

Box 212: 15-16

Westside Jewish Community - Los Angeles, 1967, 1969

 

Legal and Financial

Box 213: 1

Internal Revenue Service, 1954, 1970

Box 213: 2

Legal and Financial Matters, 1970-1976

 

Tax Exemptions

Box 213: 3

California, 1960, 1973-1974

Box 213: 4

Chicago, 1975-1976

Box 213: 5

New York, 1971-1976

Box 213: 6

Washington, D.C., 1971-1975

 

Property

 

Eucalyptus Hill Property

Box 213: 7

Appraisal Report, 1974

Box 213: 8

Authorization to Sell, 1975-1976

Box 213: 9-10

Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1971-1975

 

Wheeler, Harvey

Additional Note

Born: Waco, Texas, Oct. 17, 1918. Died: September 6, 2004. CSDI: Staff, 1961-1964; Fellow/Senior Fellow, 1965-1975; Program Director, 1969-1975. Taught political science at Harvard, Johns Hopkins and Washington & Lee University before coming to the Center. Publications include: Fail-Safe (novel, with Eugene Burdick, 1962), Harvey Wheeler on the Restoration of Politics (CSDI Occasional Paper, 1965), Harvey Wheeler on the Rise and Fall of Liberal Democracy (CSDI Occasional Paper, 1966), Democracy in a Revolutionary Era: The Political Order Today (1968), The Politics of Revolution (1971), Beyond the Punitive Society; Operant Conditioning: Social and Political Aspects (1973), and Goethe and the Sciences (editor, with Frederick Amrine and Francis J. Zucker, 1987).
 

General

Box 214: 1

Organization Theory, 1958

Box 214: 2

Radical Right, 1961

Box 214: 3

Runden, John and Charity, 1972

Box 214: 4

Senior Fellows, 1969-1970

Box 214: 5

Speaking Engagements, 1968-1969

Box 214: 6

World Order, n.d.

 

Alpha Files

Additional Note

Arranged alphabetically by surname, mostly incoming/outgoing correspondence and accompanying materials relating to publications, programs or other Center business.
Box 215: 1

A. T. Cross Company, 1970

Box 215: 2

Abe, Masao, 1969

Box 215: 3

Ablin, Fred, 1970

Box 215: 4

Adebo, S. O., 1972

Box 215: 5

Ader, Bernard, 1973

Box 215: 6

Adler, Mortimer J., 1968-1974

Box 215: 7

Ahrens, Robert J., 1970

Box 215: 8

Albritton, James, 1973

Box 215: 9

Alexander, Herbert, 1974

Box 215: 10

Alexis, Joseph, Jr., 1970

Box 215: 11

Allan, David, 1970

Box 215: 12

Allen, Steve, 1975

Box 215: 13

Al-Talib, Rashid, 1973-1974

Box 215: 14

Altman, George T., 1970

Box 215: 15

Amato, Joseph A., 1974

Box 215: 16

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1972

Box 215: 17

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1969

Box 215: 18

Anderson, Arthur G., 1971

Box 215: 19

Antaeus Lineal Research, 1972-1973

Box 215: 20

Appleton, Frank, 1971

Box 215: 21

Arbatov, G. A., 1971

Box 215: 22

Arkens, James, 1970

Box 215: 23

Arnett, Dixon, 1969

Box 215: 24

Arrowsmith, William, 1969

Box 215: 25

Ashmore, Harry S., 1968-1973

Box 215: 26

Aubert, Vilhelm, 1968

Box 215: 27

Audley, R. J., 1969

Box 215: 28

Aujaleu, Eugene, 1972

Box 215: 29

Ausman, Milt, 1971

Box 215: 30

Avant, Robert, 1974

Box 215: 31

Bab, Herbert, J. G., 1970

Box 215: 32

Babbott, Edward F., 1973-1974

Box 215: 33

Badash, Lawrence, 1969

Box 215: 34-35

Bader, Ernest, 1971-1974

Box 216: 1

Bagnall, Joseph, 1973

Box 216: 2

Bailey, Weldon, 1969

Box 216: 3

Ball, Geoffrey H., 1971

Box 216: 4

Barber, James David, 1969

Box 216: 5

Barbour, Almanina, 1969

Box 216: 6

Barker, Charles A., 1973

Box 216: 7

Barth, Gail, 1969

Box 216: 8

Bartholomay, Phil, 1969

Box 216: 9

Batisse, Henri, 1970

Box 216: 10

Bayh, Birch, 1979

Box 216: 11

Beaty, Christopher, 1974

Box 216: 12

Beaumont, Constance, 1973

Box 216: 13

Beck, Paul V., 1974

Box 216: 14

Bedford, G. M., 1973

Box 216: 15

Beer, Samuel H., 1968

Box 216: 16

Beggs, Robert A., 1971

Box 216: 17

Beisser, S. A., 1969

Box 216: 18

Bellah, Robert N., 1974

Box 216: 19

Bellerby, John, 1974

Box 216: 20

Bellman, Richard, 1970-1973

Box 216: 21

Bengelsdorf, Irving, 1969

Box 216: 22

Benneth, John E., 1972

Box 216: 23

Bennis, Warren G., 1968-1970

Box 216: 24

Benton, William, 1970

Box 216: 25

Berkman, Herman G., 1969

Box 216: 26

Berle, Adolf A., 1969-1970

Box 216: 27

Berry, Edwin X., n.d.

Box 216: 28

Berry, Elizabeth, 1974

Box 216: 29

Berwick, Keith, 1969

Box 216: 30

Beuc, Vladislav, 1974

Box 216: 31

Bizinsky, Robert, 1972

Box 216: 32

Black, Max, 1974

Box 216: 33

Bloom, George, 1969

Box 216: 34

Blum, Fred H., 1971-1974

Box 216: 35

Bocock, Joe, 1970

Box 216: 36

Bodenheimer, Edgar, 1972

Box 216: 37

Borgese, Elisabeth Mann, 1968-1975

Box 216: 38

Borko, H., 1974

Box 216: 39

Botstein, Leon, 1974

Box 216: 40

Boyd, William J. D.,