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Boxes 1-2

Writings and Transcripts of Radio Broadcasts for the United States Office of War Information (French Section), 1942-1945

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, notes, a photograph, and transcripts related to Guérard's participation as a writer and a broadcaster for the French Section of the United States Office of War Information (OWI) during World War II, arranged chronologically. Most of the folders contain typescript copies, mimeograph copies, and carbon copies, with author and censor notations, of transcripts of French language broadcasts originating with OWI, 1942-1945. Arrangement of transcripts is chronological by initial broadcast date (when available) of each broadcast series.
Box 1

Project correspondence, 1942-1943

 

Notes and photograph, 1942-1943

 

Transcripts of radio broadcasts, 1942-1945

 

BBC Show Number 1, October 5, 1942

 

"Toulon a balayé les derniers nuages," November 27, 1942

 

"Réflexions d'un américain moyen"

 

"Vice-President Wallace," January 25, 1943

 

"Bombardement sur l'Allemagne," January 29, 1943

 

La Croix-Rouge américaine, January 30, 1943

 

Press review, February 1, 1943

 

"Le Président Roosevelt," February 2, 1943

 

"Winston Churchill en Turquie," February 3, 1943

 

"Stalingrad," February 4, 1943

 

Press review, February 5, 1943

 

Press review, February 7, 1943

 

Regional show for Belgium, February 9, 1943

 

"Les complices ennemis," February 9, 1943

 

"L'Amérique devant les succès russes," February 10, 1943

 

"President Roosevelt's Speech on Lincoln's Birthday: February 12, 1943", February 14, 1943

 

Press review, February 15, 1943

 

Press review, February 16, 1943

 

Press review, February 17, 1943

 

Press review, February 18, 1943

 

Press review, February 21, 1943

 

Press review, February 22, 1943

 

Press review, February 23, 1943

 

Press review, February 24, 1943

 

Press review, February 25, 1943

 

Press review, February 26, 1943

 

Press review, February 27, 1943

 

Press review, March 1, 1943

 

Press review, March 3, 1943

 

Press review, March 4, 1943

 

Press review, March 5, 1943

 

Press review, March 7, 1943

 

Press review, March 8, 1943

 

Press review, March 9, 1943

 

Press review, March 10, 1943

 

Press review, March 11, 1943

 

Press review, March 12, 1943

 

Press review, March 13, 1943

 

Press review, March 15, 1943

 

Press review, March 16, 1943

 

Press review, March 17, 1943

 

Press review, March 18, 1943

 

Press review, March 19, 1943

 

Press review, March 21, 1943

 

Press review, March 22, 1943

 

Press review, March 23, 1943

 

Press review, March 25, 1943

 

Press review, March 26, 1943

 

Press review, March 28, 1943

 

Press review, March 29, 1943

 

Press review, March 30, 1943

 

Press review, March 31, 1943

 

Press review, April 1, 1943

 

Press review, April 2, 1943

 

Press review, April 4, 1943

 

Press review, April 5, 1943

 

Press review, April 6, 1943

 

Press review, April 7, 1943

 

Press review, April 8, 1943

 

Press review, April 9, 1943

 

Press review, April 11, 1943

 

Press review, April 12, 1943

 

Press review, April 13, 1943

 

Press review, April 14, 1943

 

Press review, April 15, 1943

 

Press review, April 16, 1943

 

Press review, April 18, 1943

 

Press review, April 19, 1943

 

Press review, April 20, 1943

 

Press review, April 21, 1943

 

Press review, April 22, 1943

 

Press review, April 23, 1943

 

Press review, April 25, 1943

 

Press review, April 27, 1943

 

Press review, April 28, 1943

 

Press review, April 29, 1943

 

Press review, April 30, 1943

 

Press review, May 1, 1943

 

Press review, May 3, 1943

 

Press review, May 4, 1943

 

Press review, May 5, 1943

 

Press review, May 6, 1943

 

Press review, May 19, 1943

 

Press review, May 20, 1943

 

Press review, May 22, 1943

 

Press review, May 24, 1943

 

Press review, May 25, 1943

 

Press review, May 26, 1943

 

Press review, May 27, 1943

 

Press review (holograph), May 28, 1943

 

Press review, May 28, 1943

 

Press review, May 31, 1943

 

Press review, June 1, 1943

 

Press review, June 2, 1943

 

Press review, June 3, 1943

 

Press review, June 4, 1943

 

Press review, June 5, 1943

 

Press review, June 6, 1943

 

Press review, June 7, 1943

 

Press review, June 8, 1943

 

Press review, June 9, 1943

 

Press review, June 10, 1943

 

Press review, June 11, 1943

 

Press review, June 12, 1943

 

Press review, June 14, 1943

 

Press review, June 15, 1943

 

Press review, June 16, 1943

 

Press review, June 17, 1943

 

Press review, June 18, 1943

 

Press review, June 19, 1943

 

Press review, June 21, 1943

 

Press review, June 22, 1943

 

Press review, June 23, 1943

 

Press review, June 24, 1943

 

Press review, June 25, 1943

 

Press review, June 26, 1943

 

Press review, June 28, 1943

 

Press review, June 29(?), 1943

 

Press review, June 30, 1943

 

Press review, July 2, 1943

 

Press review, July 3, 1943

 

Press review, July 5, 1943

 

Press review, July 6, 1943

 

Press review, July 7, 1943

 

Press review, July 8, 1943

 

Press review, July 9, 1943

 

Press review, July 13, 1943

 

"L'Amérique au jour le jour"

 

Press review, July 22, 1943

 

Press and book review, July 31, 1943

 

Book review, August 4, 1943

 

Book review, August 6, 1943

 

Press review, August 9, 1943

 

Book review, August 10, 1943

 

Book review, August 12, 1943

 

Press review, August 13, 1943

 

Book review, August 18, 1943

 

Book review, August 20, 1943

 

Press review, August 21, 1943

 

Book review, August 26, 1943

 

Book review, August 31, 1943

 

Book review, September 3, 1943

 

Press review, September 7, 1943

 

Press review, September 11, 1943

 

Book review, September 14, 1943

 

Press review, September 15(?), 1943

 

Book review, September 18, 1943

 

Book review, September 21, 1943

 

Book review, September 24, 1943

 

Press review, September 25, 1943

 

Book review, September 28, 1943

 

Book review, September 30, 1943

 

Press review, October 1, 1943

 

Book review, October 5, 1943

 

Book review, October 7, 1943

 

Press review, October 8, 1943

 

Book review, October 19, 1943

 

Book review, October 21, 1943

 

Press review, October 22, 1943

 

Book review, October 27, 1943

 

Book review, October 28, 1943

 

Journal review, October 30, 1943

 

Book review, November 2, 1943

 

Book review, November 4, 1943

 

Press review, November 10, 1943

 

Book review, November 11, 1943

 

Book review, November 16, 1943

 

Book review, November 18, 1943

 

"Le Discours de Gettysburg," November 19, 1943

 

Book review, November 22, 1943

 

Book review, November 25, 1943

 

Book review, November 26, 1943

 

Book review, November 30, 1943

 

Book review, December 2, 1943

 

Press review, December 3, 1943

 

Book review, December 7, 1943

 

Book review, December 9, 1943

 

Book review, December 14, 1943

 

Book review, December 16, 1943

 

Book review, December 17, 1943

Box 2

"Franco-American Friendship"

 

"1917, 'Lafayette, nous voici!' Les américains en France," August 20, 1943

 

"L'Offensive. L'Armistice," August 26, 1943

 

"La France à New York," September 23, 1943

 

Commentary on Franco-American friendship by Julien Green, October 2, 1943

 

Dialogue on Franco-American friendship with Léon Rothier, October 9, 1943

 

"L'Amérique à vol d'oiseau," October, 1943-January, 1944

 

I. "Aperçu géographique," October 16, 1943

 

II. "Aperçu historique," October 23, 1943

 

III. "La Constitution," November 13(?), 1943

 

IV. "Vie politique," November 13(?), 1943

 

V. "Formation du peuple américain: les éléments non-européens," November 9(?), 1943

 

VI. "Formation du peuple américain: l'immigration européenne," November 18, 1943

 

VII. "L'enseignement primaire et secondaire," December 4, 1943

 

VIII. "L'enseignement supérieur," November 26(?), 1943

 

IX. "La religion aux Etats-Unis," December 18, 1943

 

X. "Le travail," December 25, 1943

 

XI. "La littérature (xixème siècle)," January 1, 1944

 

XII. "La politique étrangère aux Etat-Unis," December 12, 1943

 

"L'élément français dans l'histoire des Etats-Unis", November 8, 1943

 

"Voici l'Amérique," 1944-1945

 

I. "En traversant l'Amérique," undated

 

II. Les universités et l'effort de guerre: Stanford," undated

 

III. "L'Alaska," undated

 

IV. "San Francisco en temps de guerre", undated

 

V. "San Francisco (2)," undated

 

VI. "San Francisco (3): la ville chinoise," undated

 

VII. "San Francisco (4): la cité phénix," undated

 

VIII. "Deux vignettes de San Francisco," undated

 

IX. "Los Angeles (1)"

 

X. "Los Angeles (2): la ville centrifuge," undated

 

XI. "Los Angeles (3): centre intellectuel," undated

 

XII. "Walt Disney (1)," undated

 

XIII. "Walt Disney (2)," undated

 

XIV. "Le nord-ouest: l'Orégon et le Washington," undated

 

XV. "Les îles Hawaii (1)," undated

 

XVI. "Les îles Hawaii (2)," undated

 

XVII. "Le Texas," undated

 

XVIII. "Le Texas," undated

 

XIX. "L'Amérique par les livres: littérature et folklore," undated

 

XX. " Meet Dr. Franklin: Voici le docteur Franklin," undated

 

XXI. "Qu'est-ce qu'un américain?," undated

 

XXII. "L'éducation des adultes (James Truslow Adams, Frontiers of American Culture)," undated

 

XXIII. "L'éducation des adultes (2)," undated

 

XXIV. "La révolution technique (Garet Garrett: A Time is Born)," undated

 

XXV. "La démocratie en marche: l'Autorité de la Vallée du Tennessee" by David E. Lilienthal, Chairman, Tennessee Valley Authority, undated

 

XXVI. "La démocratie en marche (2)," undated

 

XXVII. "Le miracle américain (d'après le livre d'André Maurois), undated

 

XXVIII. "Les buts de guerre (d'après Walter Lippman, U.S. War Aims; Sumner Welles, The Time for Decision)" Hugh Gibson, The Road to Foreign Policy; James T. Shotwell, The Great Decision," undated

 

XXIX. "C'est toujours l'homme qui compte: Clyde W. Tombaugh, astronome," undated

 

XXX. "Reconstruction économique du monde (à propos de Bretton Woods: introduction)," undated

 

XXXI. "Reconstruction économique du monde (2)-- Bretton Woods: le fonds de stabilisation des changes," undated

 

XXXII. "Organisation economique du monde: la banque internationale," undated

 

XXXIII. "Retour aux principes," undated

 

XXXIV. "Rentrée dans le néant," undated

 

XXXV. "'Nous, le peuple...'," undated

 

XXXVI. "Au cinéma: les fêtes de la déliverance," September 25, 1944

 

XXXVII. "L'entrevue Stalin-Eric Johnson," October 2, 1944

 

XXXVIII. "Le film Wilson," undated

 

XXXIX. "Le projet de sécurité collective de Dumbarton Oaks," undated

 

XL. "Le projet de sécurité mondiale de Dumbarton Oaks," undated

 

XLI. "L'Amérique reconnaît la volonte du peuple français," undated

 

XLII. "L'armistice de 1918: à la recherche du temps perdu," November, 1944

 

XLIII. "La démocratie en action: les élections générales," undated

 

XLIV. "La France au comité européen de Londres," undated

 

XLV. "De New York à Belfort," undated

 

XLVI. "Le caractère américain, d'après D. W. Brogan," undated

 

XLVII. "La conférence internationale de l'aviation civile," undated

 

XLVIII. "Les fêtes de Noël," undated

 

XLIX. "La politique étrangère des États-Unis," undated

 

L. "La France signe la déclaration des Nations Unies, undated

 

LI. "Le châtiment des traîtres et la modération francaise," undated

 

LII. "Savoir oò l'on va: le rapport annuel du president," undated

 

LIII. "La sécurité internationale et l'emploi des contingents américains," undated

 

LIV. "La Cour Suprême des États-Unis," undated

 

LV. "L'Office International d'Education (Sources: Dean Kefauver, Dr. Harlow Shapley (Harvard), Mr. James Marshal, New York City Board of Education)," undated

 

LVI. "Lincoln et l'idéal américain," undated

 

LVII. "La Conférence de Yalta (Crimée): finir la guerre," undated

 

LVIII. "Georges Washington," undated

 

LIX. "Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes (Sources: Max Lerner, The Mind and Faith of Justice Holmes; Alfred Lief, Representative Opinions of Mr. Justice Holmes; Catherine Bowen, Yankee from Olympus)," undated

 

LX. "La Conférence de Mexico," undated

 

LXI. "L'avenir du Japon (Source: Forum on Japan)," undated

 

LXII. "La Conférence de San Francisco," undated

 

LXIII. "Le Conseil de Sécurité," undated

 

LXIV. "Les declarations de M. Stettinius," undated

 

LXV. "Paris, 1919-San Francisco, 1945," undated

 

LXVI. "La Conférence s'ouvre: perspectives historiques," undated

 

LXVII. "San Francisco: l'atmosphere de la ville," undated

 

LXVIII. "L'organisation (le mecanisme) de la Conference," undated

 

LXIX. "Coup d'oeil historique sur la deuxieme guerre mondiale," undated

 

LXX. "La Conférence et les accords regionaux," undated

 

LXXI. "Thomas Mann et l'idéal américain," undated

 

LXXII. "Le rapport de M. Stettinius," undated

 

LXXIII. "L'administration militaire des allies en Allemagne," undated

 

LXXIV. "'Rien n'est perdu.' L'appèl du General De Gaulle (18 juin 1940)," undated

 

LXXV. "La Charte de San Francisco devant le Senat américain," undated

 

LXXVI. "C'est le premier pas," undated

 

LXXVIIa. "Le Quatorze Juillet," undated

 

LXXVIIb. "Le Quatorze Juillet: 'Liberer pour mieux Unir'," undated

 

LXXVIII. "Le Liberateur Bolivar (1783-1830)," undated

 

LXXIX. "La fête nationale belge (Fête de la Constitution, 21 juillet)," undated

 

LXXX. "La démocratie construit...(Sources: Paul Zucker, New Architeture and City Planning; Lewis Mumford, City Development; Henry S. Churchill, The City is the People; Frank Lloyd Wright, When Democracy Builds," undated

 

LXXXI. "Ephérméridés de la liberté: la Nuit du Quatre Aout," undated

 

LXXXII. "Les accords de San Francisco et de Bretton Woods sont ratifies," undated

 

LXXXIII. "La vie intellectuelle aux États-Unis (1). Introduction," undated

 

LXXXIV. "La vie intellectuelle aux États-Unis (2). Les universités: le nombre n'est pas un crime," undated

 

LXXXV. "La vie intellectuelle aux États-Unis (3). Les universités: la liberté," undated

 

LXXXVI. "La vie intellectuelle aux États-Unis (4). Les universités: l'égalité (et la fraternité)," undated

 

LXXXVII. "La vie intellectuelle aux États-Unis (5). Le roman américain: 'les primitifs'," undated

 

LXXXVIII. "La vie intellectuelle aux États-Unis (6). Le roman américain: ce qui lit John Doe," undated

 

LXXXIX. "La vie intellecutelle aux États-Unis (7). Education générale ou apprentissage professionnel?" undated

 

XC. "La vie intellectuele aux États-Unis (8). Réflexions sur l'energie atomique," undated

 

XCI. "La vie intellectuelle aux États-Unis (9). Réflexions sur l'energie atomique (2)," undated

 

XCII. "La vie intellectuelle aux États-Unis (10). Les cinq frontiers de la pensée," undated

 

XCIII. "La vie intellectuelle aux États-Unis (11.) L'enseignement de l'histoire nationale," undated

 

(Out of Series). "Paris delivre," August 9, 1944

 

(Out of Series). "L'Allemagne s'écroule,' May 8, 1945

Boxes 3-5

Correspondence and Documents of the Committee to Frame a World Constitution, 1945-1948

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, project documents, drafts, memoranda, notes, comments, outlines, remarks, considerations, agenda, indexes, circulars, news clippings, reprints, speeches, and pamphlets related to the activities of the Committee to Frame a World Constitution whose members included Robert M. Hutchins, G. A. Borgese, Mortimer Adler, Stringfellow Barr, Albert Guérard, Harold A. Innis, Erich Kahler, Wilbut G. Katz, Charles H. McIlwain, Robert Redfield, and Rexford G. Tugwell. Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by last name of correspondent, except for committee circular letters, which are arranged chronologically. Documents are arranged according to the committee's original enumeration. The remainder of the material is arranged according to subject. It should be noted that the text of the completed preliminary draft of the world constitution, a summary report, and an index to committee documents were published as Preliminary Draft of a World Constitution, by the Committee to Frame a World Constitution, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1948.
Box 3

Project correspondence, 1945-1948

 

Barr, Stringfellow

 

Borgese, E. M.

 

Borgese, G. A.

 

Cady, Elizabeth

 

Committee for World Government

 

Hutchins, Robert M.

 

Isely, Philip

 

Kahler, Erich

 

McKeon, Richard P.

 

Tressider, D. B.

 

Tugwell, Rexford G.

 

Circular letters, 1945-1947

 

Indexes to documents, 1945-1948

 

Documents

 

1, 3-7, 10-11, 14-15, 17, 20-26, 28-30, 32-39, 42, 45, 48, 58, 62-66, 69-70, 72-75, 76b-84, 86-90

Box 4

92-93, 95-106, 108-132, 134-144, 146-150

Box 5

Memoranda, drafts, outlines, and project reports pertaining to the drafting of a world constitution by project members, 1945-1947

 

World Government

 

Atomic energy

 

Charters and constitutions

 

Charter to the United Nations

 

China's Draft Constitution

 

Constitution (Fundamental Law) of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

 

Constitution of the United States of America

 

Draft Constitution of the United States of Europe