Register of the Charles Easton Rothwell Papers, 1924-1995
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|1902 October 9||Born, Denver, Colorado|
|1924||A.B., Reed College, Portland, Oregon|
|1927-1932||Director, Teacher Training in Social Sciences, University of Oregon|
|1929||A.M., University of Oregon|
|1930||Author (with Alfred N. Lomax), An Economic Geography of the Oregon Region|
|1932||Married Virginia Sterling, Santa Monica, California|
|1932-1939||Instructor, Citizenship and History, Stanford University|
|1938||Ph.D., Stanford University|
|1939-1941||Assistant Professor, History, and Advisor, Reed College|
|1941-1946||Worked with the Department of State, United States Government|
|1941||Contributor, "War and Economic Institutions", War as a Social Institution, American Historical Association|
|1945||Executive Secretary, United Nations Conference International Organization, San Francisco, California|
|1946||Secretary General, U.S. delegation to United Nations|
|1946-1947||Senior staff member, Brookings Institution|
|1947-1952||Vice Chairman and Research Professor, Hoover Institution and Library|
|1949||Contributor, "International Organization and World Politics", International Organization, Vol. III|
|Contributor, "International Relations in a World of Change", World Politics|
|1951||Staff member, National War College|
|Contributor, The Policy Sciences, edited by Daniel Lerner and Harold Lasswell|
|1952||Author (with H. D. Laswell and D. Lerner), A Comparative Study of Elites|
|1952-1959||Director, Hoover Institution|
|1954||Contributor, "Europe in the Post War Period", Introduction to International Relations|
|1959-1967||President, Mills College, Oakland, California|
|1987 May 1||Died, Marin County, California|
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Biographical File, 1924-1989
Application and registration forms
Correspondence. Includes letters written to and by Virginia Rothwell
Minutes of meeting
Point Reyes National Seashore and the Community of Inverness
Minutes of meetings
Statements. Includes statements of others
Town of Los Altos Hills
Articles and clippings
Minutes of meetings
Statements. Includes statements of others
Articles and clippings
Book of mourners
Cards of sympathy
List of charitable contributions made by others in memory of Charles Easton Rothwell
Poetry written by Charles Easton Rothwell and others
Writings about Charles Easton Rothwell
A. N. Marquis Company, 1948-1965
Acheson, Dean, 1947
Albert, Alexander, Mrs., 1965
Allen, Charles E., 1966-1967
Ammen, Paul V., 1967
Anderson, John B., 1976
Anderson, Robert, Mr. and Mrs., 1955
Anderson, Signe, 1967
Andrews, William S., 1967
Angelo, Homer G., 1940
Armsey, James W., 1967
Ashton, Sherley, 1966
Aufhauser, Stefanie, 1966
Balibanoff, Angelica, 1939
Barbour, Tom, 1970
Barker, Charles A., 1947
Barker, S. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs., 1964
Barker, W. Gardner, III, Mr. and Mrs., 1955-1965
Barnhart, Edward N., 1949
Barry, David G., 1967
Barton, Rollie E., Mrs., 1967
Beaver, Clayton J., Jr., 1962-1967
Bechtel, S. D., 1974
Beise, Clark, 1957
Bellquist, Eric C., 1966
Benson, Robert L., II, 1967
Berdahl, Clarence A., 1949
Bergquist, Martha, 1965
Biggerrteff? John, 1974
Bird, Grace, 1949
Bird, Remsen Du Bois, 1955-1958
Blachly, Dan, 1966
Blackwelder, Justin, 1966-1967
Bohemian Club, 1961-1965
Booth, Arch N., 1951
Bowes, Watson E., Mr. and Mrs., 1966-1967
Braisted, Paul J., 1966
Brawner, Fuller, 1968
Brett, James Q., 1964
Briggs, Mitchell P., 1961-1963
Brinton, William M., 1962
Brockway, Tom, 1967
Brooke, Jim, 1935-1936
Brown, Arnold B., Mrs., 1949
Brown, Belford, 1949
Brown, Bob, 1967
Brown, Dyke, 1955-1967
Brown, Edmund G., 1962-1966
Brown, Seyon, 1976
Browning, George, 1949
Bruheim, Frank, 1966
Brundage, Avery, 1966
Bullis, Gardner, Mr. and Mrs., 1967
Bungey, Grace R., 1949
Burdette, Franklin L., 1962
Burgess, Carter L., 1949-1957
Burk, Marguerite C., 1937
Burn, Jennifer, 1964
Burn, June, 1966
Burnett, Sidney, Mrs., 1967
Burns, Robert, 1955
Bush, Robert, 1949
Carolou? Mary C., 1967
Carpenter, Alfred S. V., Mr. and Mrs., 1965
Carson, Paul and Frances, 1962-1963
Carter, Edward W., 1974
Casassa, Charles S., 1967
Caulkins, Robert, 1967
Chambrun, Rene de, 1959
Chapman, Mary P., 1967
Cheever, Daniel S., 1949
Chenery, William L., 1951
Cherrington, Ben M., 1949-1967
Chittick, V. L. O., Mr. and Mrs., 1967
Chookasian, Babken Levon, 1972
Clapham, L., 1939
Clapp, Norton, 1955
Coldiron, Gene O., 1967
Collins, Anne, 1966
Compton, Wilson, 1955
Condliffe, John B., 1979
Coonan, Terence, 1965
Coons, Arthur G., 1967
Coughlin, Bernard J., 1975
Counselman, Lee, Mrs., 1967
Cowles, Leonard R., 1967
Cox, James, 1949
Cranston, Alan, 1965
Crawford, Greene ? A., 1964
Davis, Malcolm W., 1948
Dean, George M., 1966
Degras, Jane, 1954
Deimel, Arthur, 1967
Detmold, John Hunter, 1967
Dillon, Jane, 1967
Donohoe, Patrick A., 1967
Dowrie, George W., 1949
Doxiadis, C. A., 1966
Drake, James F., 1963
DuBridge, Lee A., 1966
Dullea, Charles W., 1966-1967
Dunbar, Maygene, 1939
Eagleton, Clyde, 1949
Eddington, Robert V., 1974
Eddy, Edward D., 1966
Education and World Affairs, 1963-1967
Elliott, Robert C., 1967
Elton, Frank, 1955
Evans, Philip M., 1967
Fackt, Elizabeth L., 1949
Fahey, Daniel, 1949
Falch, Lynn B., 1967
Farley, Hugh D., Mr. and Mrs., 1966
Fawcett, Vance, 1966
Fisher, Cary O., 1967
Fisher, Harold H., Mr. and Mrs., 1951-1967
Fitts, Charles T., Mr. and Mrs., 1967
Fox, William T. R., 1949
Frankel, Charles, 1966-1967
Franklin, George S., Jr., 1966
Frazier, Marie, 1949
Freeman, Gaylord A., Jr., 1964
Fuller, Robert B., 1966
Gabetti, Gianluigi, 1966
Galpin, Perrin C., 1946-1964
Gangs? John, 1948
Gardner, John W., 1949-1965
Gilliani? Olive, 1953
Gilman, Richard, 1966
Gilson, Daniel H., 1966-1967
Glide, Mary Ownby, 1965-1967
Glover, Fred, 1982
Goldsen, Joseph M., 1966-1967
Gordon Douglass Boat Co., Inc., 1964
Gould, Charles L., 1963-1965
Graham, William F., 1949
Greene, A. Crawford, 1963
Grether, Ewald T., 1967
Haas, Walter A., 1970-1979
Haehl, Harry L., Jr., 1966
Hagar, Gerald H., 1964
Haizlip, Raymond B., 1974
Halberstadt, Fred J., 1966
Hamilton, James T., Mr. and Mrs., 1949
Hammerly, Paul M., 1964-1966
Hand, H. C., Mr. and Mrs., 1949
Harley Stevens, Georgiana, 1971
Harris, David, Mr. and Mrs., 1967-1974
Hartley, Robert Willard, Mr. and Mrs., 1949-1975
Hatfield, John G., Mrs., 1966
Heggie, Richard G., 1976
Heindel, Richard H., 1949
Hewlett, William R., Mr. and Mrs., 1965
Heyns, Roger W., 1966
Hilbank, Robbins, 1958
Hill, James B., 1966
Hiller, Stanley, 1966
Hopkins, William S., 1967
Houlihan, John C., 1966
House, Kay Seymour, 1967
Howard, Charles, 1964
Howard, John B., 1967
Hudson, Samuel W., Jr., Mr. and Mrs., 1965
Humphrey, Ward C., 1967
Hunsberger, Warren S., 1955
Hutcheson, Austin E., 1949
Ike, Nobutake, 1967
Impecoven, Howard, 1966
Inglis, Ruth A., 1949
International Organization, 1949
Israel, Mrs. ? 1975
Jacobson, David S., 1966
James, Frank G., 1964
Johnson, Herschel V., 1949
Johnson, Joseph E., 1949-1967
Johnson, Lyndon B., 1963
Johnson, Walter, 1967
Jones, Elmer E., Jr., Mr. and Mrs., 1964-1966
Jones, Proctor, 1966
Jong, L. de, 1951
Jonte, J. H., Mrs., 1967
Joukowsky, Martha, 1976
Julie, Catharine, 1966-1967
Justus, Karl B., 1949
Kagon, A. David, Mrs., 1967
Kaiser, Edgar, Mr. and Mrs., 1964-1967
Kaiser, Hannah Jopling, 1974
Keaton, Homer W., 1967
Keep, Winthrop, 1964
Keezer, Dexter M., 1939
Kell, James H., Mrs., 1965
Keller, Gordon, 1967
Kelso, Louis O., 1962
Kerensky, Alexander, 1961
Kerr, Clark, 1963-1967
Kiehly? A., 1964
King, Edmund T., II, 1967
King, Thomas, Jr., 1967
Kirk, Grayson, 1953-1967
Kirkpatrick, F. A., 1941
Kissane, Leedice, 1966
Knaup, Etta Louise, 1965
Knickerbocker, Paine, 1967
Knight, Max, 1949
Knoll, Cedar, 1951
Knowland, William F., 1964-1966
Kochendoerfer, Violet, 1949
Kolebanova, Janet, 1974
Kraushaar, Otto, 1949
Krupp, Marcus A., Mrs., 1966
Kuzell, William Charles, 1935
Lam, Lillie, 1976
Lawrence, Raymond, 1947
Lazard, Claude C., Mrs., 1964
Leavens, Robert, Mrs., 1965
Lee, Gene? 1966
Lehman, Florence W., 1984
Leonard, J. Paul, 1967
Levy, A. David, 1948
LeVesconte, Ed, 1967
Lindberg, Charles A., 1940
Linsley, Earle G., Mr. and Mrs., 1967
Long, Danielle and Tran, 1975
Lundborg, Louis B., Mr. and Mrs., 1964-1966
Lutz, Ralph Haswell, 1967
McBryde, Duncan, 1965
McCaffrey, Stanley E., 1967
McCallum, Charles Falconer, Mr. and Mrs., 1965
McCarthy, Emmett F., 1951
McCulloch, Samuel C., 1967
McDonough, John R., Jr., 1959
McHenry, Dean E., 1974
McKay, Llewellyn, R., 1949-1966
McKinley, Charles, 1949-1967
McLaughlin, Donald H., 1965-1967
McLean, Philip, 1951
McNary, Charles, 1940
Mackenzie, William G., 1952-1954
MacNaughton, Malcolm, 1965
Mallen, T. Kevin, 1964-1967
Malloch, James M., 1957
Martin, Charles Jr., 1948-1956
Martin, D. Grier, 1967
Martindell, Jackson, 1962
Masland, John, 1949-1957
Mayers, Eugene D., 1967
Mazour, Anatole G., Mrs., 1967
Meiklejohn, Alex, Mr. and Mrs., 1964
Mekrn? Estelle Knowland, 1972
Merchant, H. J., 1967
Millen, Donna G., 1957
Miller, William J., 1964-1967
Mills, Frederick C., 1937
Monguio, Luis, 1967
Morow? Bill, 1938
Morris, Brewster, 1952
Mosley, Philip E., 1948-1949
Murphy, Douglas, 1975
Nahas, R. T., 1967
Nason, John W., 1966-1967
National Conference Christians and Jews, 1949
Navapan, Sukum, 1965
Nelson, Albert, 1965
Nesson, Charles R., 1964
Neuman, Sigmund, 1949
Neumeyer, Alfred, 1967
Neustadt, Berkeley, Mrs., 1967
Nimbkar, Jai, 1970
North, Robert C., 1958
Northey, Stanley, 1966
Nostrand, Howard Lee, 1949
Notter, Harley, 1949
O'Brien, Farley, Mrs., 1965
Odegard, Peter H., 1949
O'Leary, Thomas J., 1949
Olitt, Raymond, P. C. V., 1967
Olney, Warren, III, 1966
O'Neill, Janet, 1949
Opler, Marvin, 1949
Oppenheim, Felix, 1954-1955
Otto, Frieda, 1951
Packard, David, Mr. and Mrs., 1965
Padelford, Norman J., 1947
Padover, Saul K., 1949
Parker, Andrew, 1967
Parker, Lillian S., 1948
Parkinson, Benjamin H., Jr., 1966-1975
Partridge, John, 1965-1967
Patterson, Pat, 1967
Patterson, William D., 1965
Pawson, Richard H., Mrs., 1967
Peck, Eva, 1964
Perry, Henrietta M., 1966
Pfau? Elisabeth, 1965
Pfeiffer, George, III, 1963
Phillips, Eugene, Mrs., 1966-1967
Phillips, Paula, 1949
Picard, Fred A., 1966
Pifer, Alan, 1967
Plant, David N., 1965
Pool, Ithiel, Mr. and Mrs., 1967
Prescott, Robert, Jr., 1967
Prieto, Antonio, 1967
Rahman, Tunku Abdul, 1963
Rappard, William E., 1951
Reiners, Wilfred O., 1966
Reinhardt, Frederick, 1964
Reinhardt, Paul, 1967
Rice, Charles S., Mrs., 1966
Richardson, H. Leonard, 1967
Ridgeway, M. B., 1976
Robbins, Ellen, 1970
Robinson, John K., 1965
Robinson, William, 1948
Rollins, Leighton, 1966
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1946-1949
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1940
Rosenwald, Harold, 1949
Rosoff, Samuel R., 1949
Rotary Club of Palo Alto, California, 1949
Rothwell, Chas? H., 1940
Rothwell, Desmond, 1961-1962
Rothwell, Francis E., 1946
Roucek, Joseph S., 1949
Rowe, Thomas A., Includes Thomas Rowe's letter to President Harry S Truman 1965.
Royon, Betty, 1965-1967
Rusk, Dean, 1949-1976
Russell, Henry Potter, Mrs., 1966
Russell, Madeleine H., 1964
Salisbury, Winnifred, 1964
San Francisco Public Library, 1965
Santschi, Amanda H., 1965
Saunders, Christopher, 1967
Sayre, E. B., 1948
Schmelzle, William K., 1949
Sharp, Stanley, L., Mr. and Mrs., 1965
Sharpe, Russell T., 1966-1967
Sherman, Leslie, Mrs., 1966
Shields, Deryl B., Mrs., 1962
Shotwell, James T., 1948-1949
Shulman, Irving, 1965
Simpson, John L., 1962-1964
Sims, Eugene P., Mrs., 1964
Sisson, Edward O., Mrs., 1963
Smith, C. R., 1966
Smith, Margaret Chase, 1964
Snavely, Guy E., 1955
Staley, Eugene, 1949
Stein, Jay W., 1949-1967
Sterling, J. E. Wallace, 1951-1975
Stettinius, Edward R., Jr., See also UNITED NATIONS AND STATE DEPARTMENT 1947-1949.
Stevens, Danvers, 1966
Stevens, Stoddard M., 1963-1964
Stevenson, Adlai, 1952
Stewart, Robert B., 1949
Stewart, Samuel B., 1973
Stix, Louis, 1965
Suetens, N., 1951
Sullivan, Carmel, 1949
Sullivan, John L., 1949
Summerskill, John, 1966
Sutro, John A., 1949
Swain? Juanita, E., 1951
Swayzee, Cleon O., 1966-1967
Sweetser, Arthur, 1952
Tam, Rosalie, 1966
Tanaka, Hisako? 1953
Taylor, John, Mr. and Mrs., 1967
Teller, Edward, 1964
Thelen, Max, Jr., 1981
Thompson, John M., 1966
Thompson, Kenneth W., 1967
Thorne, Harold W., Jr., Mrs., 1966
Tice, Fred A., 1967
Tickton, Sidney G., 1965
Treat, Sidney W., 1965-1967
Trefethen, E. E., Jr., 1967-1968
Tucker, E. Louise, 1949
Turtledove, Harry L., 1948-1949
Tweedy, Mary Johnson, 1963-1967
Underhill, Kirk, 1960
University of California, Berkeley, 1967
University of California. Los Angeles, 1966
Valjavec, Fritz, 1951
Van der Hart, Alexander, 1967
Vaughn, R. Delong, 1955
Verde Valley School, 1947-1949
Vial, Jane, 1949
Wagenen, Richard Van, 1949-1951
Walker, E. H., 1949
Walker, Robert J., 1966
Wallace, L. F., Includes a letter to Mrs. Stettinius 1949.
Wallace, Schuyler C., 1966
Ward, Stuart, 1947
Wax, Mel, 1967
Webb, James E., 1967
Weintraub, Ruth G., 1974
Wellman, Harry R., 1967
Wells, Robert, Mrs., 1967
Wentworth, William P., 1966
Whisler, George, 1955
White, Byron R., 1965
Wilderman, Sam, Mr. and Mrs., 1949
William, Mary, 1967
Williams, Franklin H., 1978
Williams, Haydn, 1976
Wilson, Elmo C., 1949
Wilson, Howard E., 1948
Wilson, Leslie Muir, 1939-1940
Wilson, Louise, 1949
Wolfe, Gregory Baker, 1974
Wooten, Flaud, 1949
Wormald, F. L., 1965-1967
Wrenn, C. Gilbert, 1966-1967
Wright, Evaline, 1965
Wright, M. A., 1966
Wriston, Henry H., 1958
Invitations to speak
Remarks, group discussion. Typescript
Statement, third anniversary of the signing of the U.N. Charter. Typescript
"A Critical Estimate of Tacitus as an Historian", Typescript outline n.d.
"A Spring Thing", a skit, Typescript n.d.
"American Foreign Policy Toward Europe", Holograph outline n.d.
"An Appraisal of Kulturgeschichte", Typescript outline n.d.
Article, Mills College Alumnae Weekly, Typescript n.d.
"Berlin Crisis and the U.N.", Typescript n.d.
"Challenges of Social Change to U.S.", Holograph outline n.d.
"Changing Great Power Relations in the Pacific Region", proposed study, Typescript n.d.
Commencement speech? Typescript n.d.
"Commencement ", speech, n.d. Typescript 1966
"Cooperation Outside the United Nations", Chapter IX, Typescript n.d.
"Cooperation within the ITO and the GATT", Chapter VII, Typescript n.d.
"Cooperation within the United Nations System", Chapter VIII, Typescript n.d.
"Development and Significance of International Health Organization, ", Chapters I-VI, n.d. Typescript 1920-1950
"Development of the Council of Europe", Typescript outline for a speech n.d.
"Disarmament and Control of Atomic Energy", Chapters I-II and IV-V, Typescript n.d.
"Does the Government Make Up Its Mind"? Includes typescript outline for a speech by Charles Rothwell and correspondence and draft of the minutes of a meeting by B. G. Chynoweth n.d.
"Education and the World Scene", Typescript outline n.d.
"Education, Citizenship and Peace", Holograph outline n.d.
"Education for the Year 2000", Typescript n.d.
"Education, Foreign Policy, and International Relations", Typescript manuscript n.d.
Endowment speech, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Holograph outline n.d.
"Europe: Battleground or Bulwark", Typescript outline n.d.
"European Factors Affecting American Foreign policy", n.d Typescript
"Europe in the Postwar Period", n.d. Typescript. Includes related correspondence and galley proofs of the article to be published in the April 1955 issue of the American Archivist
"European Unity - Dream or Possibility", Holograph outline for a speech n.d.
"Fusion and Confusion", Typescript outline n.d.
"General Development in the National and World Security Picture in the Past Five Years", Holograph outline n.d.
"Germany and Hitler", Typescript speech with holograph notes n.d.
"Germany: From Defeat to Armed Partition", Typescript n.d.
"Growth and Activity of the U.N.", Holograph outline n.d.
"Guidelines to Effective Educational Assistance in Asia", Typescript speech n.d.
"How United States Foreign Policy is Made and Carried Out", Typescript outline n.d.
"Impact of Revolution on International Relations and the Conduct of Foreign Policy", Holograph and typescript outline n.d.
"Infiltration and Purging: The Communist Take-over of Satellite Armies", Chapter II, Typescript n.d.
"International Exchange Programs", Holograph outline n.d.
"International Organization and World Politics", Typescript and printed copy n.d.
"International Politics In Germany "? n.d. Typescript 1918-1933
"International Relations in a World of Revolutionary Change", report, Typescript and printed copy n.d.
Lecture notes on European History, Holograph and typescript outline n.d.
"Legislation for Peace and Well Being", Typescript n.d.
"Lines of Force or Forces at Work", Holograph n.d.
"Long Range Policy for U.S.", Typescript outline n.d.
"Martin, Percy Alvin - An Appreciation", remarks made by Charles Rothwell and others, Typescript n.d.
"Military Integration of Europe", Typescript outline for a speech n.d.
Modern European History Topics I-V, Holograph and typescript notes n.d.
Notes, Holograph outline n.d.
Notes on Modern European History, Holograph and typescript n.d.
Notes on Poland, Holograph outline n.d.
"Peace Treaties Book", n.d. Holograph and typescript. Includes related correspondence, 1947 August-December
"Power and Peace in Asia - The Pacific Rim in Two Crucial Decades: ", n.d. Typescript. Includes a fully edited manuscript, a letter to Virginia Rothwell from the publisher and Charles Rothwell's handwritten outline 1960-1980
President's speech, Typescript n.d.
"Recent Trends in Europe", Holograph and typescript outline. Includes assignment sheets n.d.
Remarks to Seniors, Typescript n.d.
Speech, City Club, Typescript n.d.
Speech delivered by Charles Easton Rothwell? on Henry Grady, Typescript n.d.
Speech on U.N.? Holograph outline n.d.
Speech outlines, Typescript n.d.
Statement on Harold Fisher, Typescript n.d.
"Sword and Shield in our Power Structure", Typescript n.d.
"The Changing Face of Europe", Typescript n.d.
"The Changing Map of Europe", Typescript n.d.
"The Charter of the International Trade Organization and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade", Chapters II-V? Typescript n.d.
"The College and World Affairs", a report of the Committee on the College and World Affairs, Printed copy n.d.
"The Conduct of Foreign Relations", Holograph outline for a speech? n.d.
"The Development of the Concepts and Practices of Peace Maintenance", Typescript. Includes holograph notes by Charles Rothwell? n.d.
"The Genesis of the Irish Rebellion: A Study of Causes and of the Responsibility of the British and Irish Governments", n.d. Typescript. Includes holograph notes 1916
"The Great Powers", Holograph outline with some typescript notes n.d.
"The House of Morgan", Typescript n.d.
"The Inner Education", Typescript remarks n.d.
"The International Role of the American College", Typescript n.d.
"The Liberal Arts College in Higher Education", Typescript n.d.
"The Making of American Foreign Policy", Holograph outline n.d.
"The North Atlantic Alliance and the United Nations", Typescript n.d.
"The North Atlantic Pact - Are We on the Right Road and Where Does It Lead?" Holograph and typescript outline. Includes brochures, clippings, memoranda, newsletter, printed matter and statements n.d.
"The Primitive State of our Foreign Relations", Holograph outline for a speech? n.d.
"The Strides of ASEAN", Chapter VIII, Typescript n.d.
"The Treaties with Italy and the German Satellites", Chapters III, IV, V and VII jointly written by Charles Easton Rothwell and ? Dolbey, Includes related correspondence and typescript outline n.d.
"The United Nations and the World Crisis", Typescript outline for a speech/ n.d.
"The World in Higher Education", Holograph outline n.d.
"The World of Academia", Holograph outline for a speech? n.d.
"U.S. Representation in U.N.", Holograph outline n.d.
"U.N. and Soviet Union", Chapter V, Part II Typescript n.d.
"War and Economy in the Twentieth Century", Typescript n.d.
"What Can Be Done?" Typescript n.d.
"World Health and World Politics", article written jointly by Charles Easton Rothwell and C. E. Allen, Typescript n.d.
"The Emergence of the Modern State", Typescript outline and draft for a speech 1939 February 21.
"Darwin and Revolution", Holograph outline 1941 February 11.
Report of the West Indian Conference, Anglo-American Caribbean Commission, Barbados, Printed copy. Charles Rothwell was one of the advisers representing the United States 1944 March 21-30.
Speech, the organization of the United Nations Conference, International Center, High School Commerce Auditorium, Typescript 1945 May 1.
Address, International Secretariat, Typescript 1945 May 25.
International Federalist Congress, article, Typescript 1946 October 14-16.
"United States Foreign Policy", Typescript draft and outline 1946 October 17-24.
"Foreign Policy Objectives of the Great Powers", Preliminary typescript outline 1946 November 29.
"Russia, the United States, and the Veto", KPO broadcast, Typescript. 1947 October 10.
Motion Picture Project, Typescript outline and drafts. Includes related correspondence and minutes of meetings 1947 October-November-1949 January.
"Which Path Towards World Government?" summary for World Affairs Broadcast, San Francisco News, San Francisco, California, Typescript 1947 October 24.
"The United Nations and the World Crisis", speech, Santa Cruz, California, Holograph outline 1948 April 9.
"This is Our World", speech, Forty Ninth Annual Convention, California Congress of Parents and Teachers, Sacramento, California, Typescript. Includes related correspondence 1948 May 12.
"1948 - Year of Decision", introductory remarks, General Session, Stanford Alumni Conference, Stanford University, California, Typescript. Includes related correspondence, memoranda and program 1948 May 15.
"An American View of the World in 1948", commencement address, San Francisco State College, Holograph and typescript outline. Includes related correspondence 1948 June 15.
"The Prospects for the United Nations", Typescript 1948 July 20.
"The United Nations and the World Crisis", lecture, World Affairs Council of Northern California, Watsonville High School, Watsonville, California, Typescript outline. Includes related correspondence 1948 October 21.
"World Affairs are Your Affairs", World Affairs Broadcast, San Francisco News, San Francisco, California, Tentative holograph and typescript outline 1948 October 22.
Speech, UNESCO Contributions to World Peace, California English Teachers' Association, Holograph outline. Includes related correspondence 1948 November 6.
"World Affairs are Your Affairs", broadcast on Bernadotte Report for Palestine, Tentative typescript outline 1948 November 12.
"International Relations in a World of Revolutionary Change", revised from an article in World Politics, Typescript and printed copy 1949 January.
"The United Nations in a World of Crisis", speech, Bakersfield Forum, Institute of World Affairs, Harvey Auditorium, Bakersfield High School and College, California, Typescript outline. Includes related correspondence and schedule 1949 March 3.
"Trusteeship System", speech, Monterey, California, Holograph and typescript outline 1949 March 10.
""Films for World-Minded American Citizenship", Typescript 1949 March 17.
"The Democratic Challenge to Totalitarianism", Salinas, California, Typescript outline for a speech 1949 September 21.
"Is the U.N. Getting Anywhere?", Holograph outline for a speech 1949 October 17.
"Sticks or Bricks and a Peaceful World", Holograph and typescript outline and draft 1949 October 28.
Broadcast, Clippings only 1949 November 21-26.
Remarks for Harold Fisher, Typescript 1949 November 27.
"Education, Citizenship and Peace", speech, Teachers' Institute, Typescript outline 1949 December 16.
"Germany: From Defeat to Armed Partition", Typescript material to be used in Course VI at the National War College, 1951 October 29-November 9 1951 October 24.
"Great Power Relationships", speech, International Affairs Unit, Navy Reserve Officers' group, Typescript outline 1951 November 12.
"How Can Europe Become Strong?" speech, Stanford University and Los Angeles Alumni Conference, Typescript 1952 January-March.
"The Problem of Formulating American Foreign Policy", Typescript February 1952.
"The Continuing Crisis in International Relations", speech, Regional Conference on Universities and World Affairs, Reed College, Portland, Oregon, Holograph and typescript outline. Includes related correspondence, statement of expenses and telegram 1952 February 22-24.
"Trouble Spots of the World", Typescript remarks for a television show 1952 March.
"The Prospects for Europe", lecture series, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, Typescript outline 1952 June 20.
"An Explanation of the Hoover Institute and Library", speech prepared for the Alumni Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, Typescript. Includes related correspondence 1953 February 5.
"The United Nations and United States National Security", American Friends Service Conference, San Diego, Typescript outline 1953 March 7.
"We the Peoples of the United Nations...", speech, 30th Annual Conference, National Association College Unions, University of California, Berkeley, California, Holograph outline and typescript text 1953 April 15.
"International Organization and World Politics", Columbia University Topical Studies in International Relations Program, Typescript outline for a book? 1953 July 24.
"Resources and Research in the Hoover Institute and Library", paper, Annual Meeting, American Historical Association, Chicago, Printed copy and typescript 1953 December 29.
"If the Hoover Tower Could Speak", excerpts from address,
Stanford Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Denver, Colorado, Typescript. Includes program 1954 February 6-7.
"Perspectives on the United Nations", Holograph and typescript notes on Western Civilization 1954 May 31.
"Post-War Trends in American Economy, Holograph outline 1954 July 1.
"The Hoover Institute and Library", remarks, Dean's luncheon, Stanford University, Holograph notes and typescript outline 1955 January 11.
"The Price of a Free World", spech, Western College Conference on American Foreign Policy, Institute of International Relations, Stanford University, Typescript. Includes bibliography, clippings, holograph notes and tentative agenda 1955 January 30-February 2.
"Through the Lion's Eyes: The British Look at U.S. and Our Policies", remarks, Stanford Alumni Conference, Monterey, California, Typescript. Includes clippings and correspondence 1955 March 5.
"The United States and the United Nations", Holograph outline. Includes other holograph and typescript outlines for speeches on the United Nations 1955 March 8.
"Benchmarks in the Atomic Era", speech, Commonwealth Dinner Club, Los Angeles, California, Typescripts. Includes clippings and holograph notes 1955 March 24.
"Resources and Records in the Hoover Institute and Library", reprint from the American Archivist, 1955 April
"New Horizons of Interdependence", speech, Program on Overseas Development, Stanford University, California, Typescript 1955 July 22.
"A New Europe in a New World", Stanford School of Business Conference, Stanford University, California, Typescript outline for a speech. Includes related correspondence and program 1955 July 25.
"New Horizons of Interdependence", speech, Program of Overseas Development, Stanford University, California, Typescript 1955 August 26.
"The United Nations and World Peace in the Second Decade: Toward a More Effective Organization", speech, Institute of World Affairs, Typescript outline. Includes agenda, brochures and correspondence 1955 December 11-14.
"New Europe in a New World", speech, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, Holograph and typescript outline. Includes related correspondence 1956 January 18.
"A New Europe in a New World", speech, Chicago Alumni Conference, Typescript 1956 March 3.
"Europe - Arena of Conflict or Crucible of Peace", Holograph outline for a speech 1956 May 19.
"A New Europe in a New World", excerpts from talk, Stanford Alumni Conference, Stanford University, Caifornia, Typescript. Includes program 1956 May 19.
"With Windows Upon the Past and a Door to the Future", speech, Friends of the Library, University of Oregon, Holograph and typescript outline. Includes related correspondence 1956 May 26.
"The Position of the United States in the International Political System", U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, Typescript outline for a speech. Includes related correspondence 1957 April 17.
"The Meaning and the Price of Peace", Sixteenth Stanford Business Conference, Stanford University, California, Typescript. Includes brochure, printed conference proceedings, typescript outline, related correspondence and telegram 1957 July 22-25.
"United Europe - Progress - Pitfalls, speech, World Affairs Council, Monterey, California, Typescript outline. Includes clippings and related correspondence 1957 September 27.
"Secret Russian Documents and Free Public Knowledge", speech, luncheon meeting, Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce and Kiwanis Club, Palo Alto, California, Typescript outline. Includes correspondence and newsletter 1957 November 21.
"Political Integration and Disintegration: Methods in Interdisciplinary Research", speech, University of San Francisco, California, Holograph outline 1957 December 27-28.
"Secret Russian Documents and Free Public Knowledge", speech, Phoenix, Arizona, Typescript outline and text of a speech 1958 January 19.
"The Hoover Institution in the Post-Sputnik Era", speech, Santa Barbara, California, Typescript. The same speech was to be delivered at the Oakland Rotary Club on 1958 April 1958 January 22.
"The Politics of Peace", speech, Eugene, Oregon, Holograph outline 1958 February 21.
"Satellites, Security, and Sense", speech, Western Association of College and University Business Offices", Highlands Inn, Carmel, California, Typescript outline. Includes correspondence, memoranda and program 1958 April 24.
"The Dilemma of the 1958 Graduate", commencement address, Santa Rosa Center, California, Typescript 1958 June 6.
"Minds, Mazes, and Missions", commencement address, Portland State College, Typescript. Includes related correspondence and program 1958 June 15.
Remarks, Dedication of the Henry F. Grady Room, World Affairs Council of Northern California, Typescript 1958 July 10.
"The United Nations-1958", speech, United Nations Week, Typescript. Includes clippings and correspondence 1958 October 20.
Typescript chapters of an untitled book relating to Soviet policy and activities, Typescript. Includes related correspondence 1958 December.
Speech, Mills Quarterly, Printed copy 1959 February.
"The Role of the Learned Society Today", California Historical Society Quarterly, Printed copy 1959 March.
"The Achievement of Excellence", speech, Pacific Northwest Conference on Higher Education, Ashland, Oregon, Also delivered at the American Association of University Women, Walnut Creek Branch, California, 1960 February 17? Typescript 1959 July 27.
Address, Mills College, Mills Stream, Printed copy 1959 July 6.
"Education: The Arrow and the Idea", convocation address, Mills Concert Hall, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1959 September 23.
"The Lamp Burns with a Cleaner Flame", inaugural address, Mills College, Oakland, California, Mills Quarterly, Printed copy 1959 October 8.
"College Affairs", speech, Mills Assembly, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript outline 1959 December 9.
"Peace and Goodwill: 1959", speech, Oakland Kiwanis Club, ? Typescript outline 1959 December 12
"An Academic Achievement", speech, Mills Assembly, Mills College, Oakland, California, Mills Quarterly, Printed copy 1960 January 6.
"The Power of Education in Human Relations", speech, symposium for Business and Industrial Executives, St. Mary's College, Typescript 1960 February 3.
"College Events", Mills Assembly, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1960 February 10.
"The College Beyond the Looking Glass", address as President-Elect, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1960? February 25.
"Where Principles Count", speech, Panel of Americans, St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco, California, Holograph outline. Includes program 1960 March 17.
"Educating for Excellence", speech, Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, California, Typescript 1960 March 25.
"What the Next Decade Holds for the Private College", speech to be delivered, Southern California Conference, Mills College Alumnae Association, Huntington-Sheraton Hotel, Pasadena, California, Typescript. Includes press release 1960 May 7.
"You Shall Behold Creation",sermon, faculty service, Chapel of Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1960 May 15.
"Moonshots and Green Baize", speech, Bank of America Awards Luncheon, Typescript 1960 May 20.
Commencement speech to Seniors, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1960 June 5.
"What Kind of Star", remarks, Alumnae Husband Dinner, Mills College, Oakland, California, Holograph and typescript outline 1960 June 10.
"The Cultivated Person", address, Convocation, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1960 September 28.
"The Creation of the United Nations Charter, speech, Edith M. Coulter Lecture, California Library Association, Pasadena, California, Typescript 1960 October 6.
"The Meaning of Excellence in Education", paper, Oklahoma City, Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma, Typescript 1961 January 20.
Message on Women's Education, CBS telecast, to be taped at KPIX Studios, San Francisco, California, Typescript 1961 March 29.
"The Poor Megalopolite", speech, Goucher Alumnae Clubs, Typescript outline 1961 April 17.
"The Commonwealth of Learning", address, University of California Chapter, Phi Beta Kappa, Typescript 1961 May 22.
"The Commonwealth of Learning", commencement address, Golden Gate College Graduating Class, Veterans War Memorial Building, San Francisco, California, Typescript. Includes programs 1961 June 13.
Speech on Civil War, Bohemian Grove, Typescript 1961 July 23.
"The World of Learning", convocation address, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1961 September 27.
"From High School, To College: New Problems in Adaptation in the High School Curriculum", speech, Reed College, Portland, Oregon, Typescript 1961 September 28.
"The Price of Peace", speech, Pan American Medical Association, Typescript 1961 December 2.
Commencement address, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1962.
"Some Views to Travel With", speech, San Francisco, California, Typescript 1962 February 14.
"Is the Foreign Student Exchange Program a Success"? speech, Typescript outline 1962 February 28.
"The Future of the United Nations", speech, World Affairs Council, Peacock Court, Hotel Mark Hopkins, San Francisco, California, Typescript outline 1962 March 24.
"Springtime in Bohemia", speech, Typescript 1962 April 19.
"How Long Does Achievement Last"? speech, Typescript outline 1962 May 3.
Remarks, Senior Breakfast, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1962 June 8.
"Sierra Myth and Magic", Bohemian Grove, Typescript 1962 July 15.
Introductory remarks, dinner in honor of William Lister Rogers, Peacock Court and Room of the Dons, Hotel Mark Hopkins, San Francisco, Typescript. Includes related correspondence and invitation 1962 September 26.
"Turn the Telescope Around", convocation address, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1962 September 26.
"100 Years of Education", Hundredth Anniversary Dinner Address, Centennial of Sarah Dix Hamlin School, Gold Room, Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, Typescript. Includes correspondence and invitation 1962 October 10.
"Aspirations, Expectations, and the Educated Woman', speech, Typescript 1962 December.
"Pattern for the Future", Woman's Education, Printed copy 1962 December.
"Commencement ", address, Mills College, Oakland, California, 1963. Typescript 1963
"Pine Top Picnic", remarks, Typescript 1963 June 6.
Remarks, alumnae family dinner, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1963 June 8.
"Where Does the Road Lead"? convocation address, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1963 September 25.
"The Community College and Liberal Learning", Founders Day, Bakersfield College, California, Typescript 1963 October 22.
Address, Founders Day, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1963 October 30.
Article, part I second draft, Committee on College and World Affairs, Typescript 1963 November 7.
Speech, Mills College ceremonies attending the death of President John F. Kennedy, Typescript. Includes correspondence and printed matter 1963 November 22.
"Liberal Learning in a Changing World", Typescript. Includes "President's Letter", 1964 January, and Summary of Conclusions, n.d. 1963 December 12.
"Commencement ", address, Mills College, Oakland, California, 1964. Typescript 1964
"Liberal Learning in a Changing World", University and College Leaders's Conference, Education and World Affairs, Del Monte Lodge, Pebble Beach, California, Typescript. Includes related correspondence, holograph notes, list of participants, statistics, tentative agenda and typescript report. Also includes a revised copy, 1964 January 28 1964 January.
Speech, Education of Women and the Role of Women, San Francisco College for Women, Lone Mountain, San Francisco, Typescript outline. Includes related correspondence 1964 March 14.
Statement, Coordinating Council on Higher Education, State Scholarship Assistance and Its Impact on California Higher Education, Particularly in the Independent Colleges and Universities, Typescript 1964 March 31.
"The Reaffirmation of Liberal Education", address, nineteenth National Conference on Higher Education, Typescript 1964 April 20.
"How to Live in a New Kind of World", speech, Monterey Institute for Foreign Study, Monterey, California, Typescript outline 1964 June.
Remarks, Senior Breakfast, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript outline 1964 June 5.
"Shakespeare in Our Lives", speech, Bohemian Grove, San Francisco, California, Typescript outline 1964 July 30.
"The Mills College We Must Have", Kaiser dinner speech, Mills College Program, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1964 October 23.
Founders Day address, Typescript 1964 October 24.
"The Paradox of Freedom", speech, California State College, Hayward, California, Typescript 1964 November 18.
"Thankagiving at Bohemia", address, Typescript 1964 November 19.
"Honolulu", speech, Holograph outline 1964 December 29.
"Commencement ", address, Mills College, Oakland, California, 1965. Typescript 1965
Address, alumnae luncheon, Typescript outline 1965 June 4.
Speech, Senior Breakfast, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1965 June 4.
Address, alumnae dinner, Typescript 1965 June 5.
Speech, Baccalaureate, Typescript 1965 June 6.
"The Delightfully Uncommon Woman", Association of American University Women, Portland, Oregon, 1965 June 22. Typescript. Includes printed copy, Association of American University Women Journal, 1966 January
"1965 - Year of International Cooperation", speech, Zonta International, Typescript 1965 July 9.
"Changing Colleges", convocation address, Typescript 1965 September 29.
"Dedication of Lucie Stern Hall", remarks, Typescript 1965 October 29.
Founders Day address, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1965 October 29.
"Grist For a New Mills", Founders Day speech, Claremont Country Club, Typescript 1965 October 29.
"The Year of the Student", comments on his speech, Seven College Council Christmas Showcase, Claremont Hotel, San Francisco, California? Typescript 1965 November 15.
"The World in Higher Education", remarks, Education and World Affairs Conference, Los Angeles, California, Typescript outline with holograph notes 1966 January 28.
Welcoming remarks, Western College Association Annual Meeting, Hotel Claremont, California, Typescript. Includes related correspondence, program, report and schedule 1966 March 10-11.
Remarks, unveiling of a portrait of Warren Olney, Warren Olney Hall, Typescript 1966 April 14.
"Heralds and Prophets", commencement address, College of Holy Names, Oakland, California, Typescript 1966 May 22.
Speech, Kaiser dinner for major gift prospects, Kaiser Center, Typescript outline 1966 May 24.
Speech, dedication, Isabella Cowell Health Center, Typescript. Includes printed program 1966 June 10.
Remarks, Senior Breakfast, Typescript 1966 June 10.
"Strategy For World Law", speech, Symposium for Peace, College of Notre Dame, Belmont, California, Typescript. Includes related announcement, correspondence and tentative program 1966 July 16.
"Looking Glass Reflections", convocation address, Typescript 1966 September 28.
Remarks, alumnae council greeting, Reinhardt House, Typescript outline 1966 October 24.
Speech, Convocation Founders Day, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript 1966 October 28.
Remarks, Chapel Dedication, Mills College, Oakland, California, Typescript. Includes program 1967 June 11.
Address, Convocation Founders Day, Typescript. 1968 October 28.
"Woodside", Typescript. Includes a copy with commentaries 1968.
"Woodside", Typescript 1970.
"Mills College Education in Some World Perspectives", Cyrus and Susan Mills Society, Typescript 1970 May 21.
Statement, the President's Commission for the United Nations, San Francisco Hearings, Typescript 1971 January 12.
"Revolutionary Common Sense", speech, Bohemian Grove, Typescript 1975 July 22.
"What Should We Worry About in Asia", speech, Palo Alto Rotary Club, Palo Alto, California, Typescript outline 1979 March 5.
Oral History Project - United Nations, interview, Inverness, California, Typescript. Includes a letter related to the project 1983 March 24.
Stanford University And Hoover Institution, 1932-1988.
By-Laws and Rules of Order as contained in the Trustees Manual
Minutes of meetings
Order of Worship
Retirement benefits program
Conferences and seminars. Held at Stanford University unless otherwise stated
A Conference - Planning Workshop, 1959
Conference on the Social Sciences, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, 1957
Fulbright Conference on American Studies, Cambridge, Great Britain, 1954
Bibliography and suggested reading list
Institute of International Relations Conference - Asilomar and Stanford University
List of participants
Russian and the Development of International Relations (RADIR) Project
Soviet Impact on International Relations, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
Western College Congress and Pacific Northwest College Congress
Address, Delivered by Ralph J. Bunche 1951.
Minutes of Meetings, 1947
Courses of instruction
American Diplomatic History
History of Medieval Europe
History of Modern Europe
Congress of Vienna
French Revolution and Napoleon
History of the Nineteenth Century
History of Western Civilization
International Studies Seminar
International Studies Seminar
Problems of Peace Making and Peace Treaties
Social Forces and World Politics
United States Interests in European Security
Committee on Pacific and Asiatic Studies
List of courses
Washington - New York
1946 June 26-1947 July 8
1947 August 13-1947 September 4
Washington, D. C. 1948 February 9-16
Mills College, 1957-1969
Committee on Admissions and Students' Aid
Committee on Education Policies
Commission on Liberal Education
University of Denver 1963-1967
Description of curriculum
List of alumnae clubs
List of books
Minutes of meetings, 1952-1959
Board of Trustees and Regional Trustees
Profile of Mills College
Association of American Colleges - Pugwash Conference Pugwash, Nova Scotia
City of Oakland
Minutes of meetings, 1962
Space, Science, and Urban Life Conference and October Workshop
Minutes of meetings, 1962
College Affairs Assembly
College Founders Day, 1965
Minutes of meetings
College President's household
Gifts and the inventory of items in President's house
Cultural, musical and social events
- Milhaud Festival 1963
Inauguration of Charles Easton Rothwell as President
Presidential Selection Committee, 1958
Minutes of meetings
Rothwell College Center dedication - Tribute to the Rothwells, 1967
Thank you letters
Minutes of meetings
Schedule and assignments
? Chicago May 9,
Eastern States June 14-July 12,
Portland, Oregon August 1,
Santa Barbara, California October 24-25,
Denver, Colorado November 5-6,
Omaha, Nebraska November 7,
Midwest and Eastern States November 8-10,
Chicago, Illinois November 8-9,
Eastern and Northwestern States 1960 January-February,
St. Louis, Missouri January 18,
Oklahoma January 19-21,
Southern California 1962 January 16-24,
Chicago 1963 February 3-5
?, Far East March-April
Spokane, Washington September 8-16,
National War College, 1949-1980
Itinerary of Charles Easton Rothwell
Organization and functions - charts
Subject file. Courses of instruction
Report on courses
Roster of the class
Course I - Basic Strategic Considerations in the Formulation of United States National Policy
Course II - Economics
Course III - International Politics
Course IV - U. S. Government and Foreign policy Formulation
Course V - The U.S.S.R
Course VI - Western Continental Europe
Course VII - British Commomwealth of Nations
Course VIII - Latin America
Course IX and X - Near East, Middle East, and East
Course XI - The Far East
Course XII - United States Foreign policy
Course XIII - Military Strategy
Course XV - Political, Economic and Psychological Warfare
Course XXIII - Individual Strategic Studies
Individual Study Courses
United Nations And State Department, 1943-1987
Analysis of editorial opinion
Basic reference book
Check list for attendance and votes
Chronology of United Nations cooperation
Commemoration records of the signing of the United Nations Charter
Commemoration records of the signing of the United Nations Charter
Comments and proposed amendments concerning the Dumbarton Oaks Proposals
"Commentaires Des Propositions De Dumbarton Oaks Et Projets D'Amendements"
"Comentarios Sobre Las Propuestas De Dumbarton Oakes Y Proyectos De Emmiendas"
Committees and Commission records
Atomic Energy Commission
Committee of Experts
Military Staff Committee
Includes some letters to Edward R. Stettinius. See also CORRESPONDENCE June-August.
Daily summary cables
Delegates to the United Nations Conference list
Dumbarton Oaks documents on international organization
Samples of documentation
Facsimile of the Charter of the United Nations
Final Charter production instructions
Inventory of archives
List of consultants and associates
List of guest passes
List of participants at Dumbarton Oaks
List of publications about the United Nations
Washington conversations on international organization - Dumbarton Oaks, 1944
Minutes of meetings
Plans of international organization
Preamble to the United Nations Charter
Press comments and summary
Press comments and summary
Regional organizations and arrangements file
1954, April-1958 August
Resolutions presented by delegates
Roundtable discussion transcripts
Site selection records
American Association for the United Nations, Inc.
Correspondence, 1947 September-1954 June
Minutes of meetings, 1948 July-1949 November
Television news report, 1949 April
General International Organization
Charts (Chinese, English, French , Russian and Spanish)
Economic and Social Council
World Health Organization (WHO)
Pacific Regional Conference on UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)
Memoranda, 1948 January-June
Minutes of meetings
Topics for discussion
Universities Committee on post-war international problems
Summary chronology of developments in international relations
United Nations Charter. Includes articles, correspondence, memoranda and holograph notes made by Charles Rothwell regarding estimate of pagination, final stages of the completion and text certification of the printing of the Charter
General Subject File, 1946-1979.
Air War College
Radio special project
List of participants
Fiji. Printed matter
Hiss, Alger. See also UNITED NATIONS - STATE DEPARTMENT
Memoeandum of conversation
Transcript of a speech, 1946
Institute on North Atlantic Pact
Kenya. Correspondence, 1968
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Naval War College
Catalog of courses
Stanford Research Institute (SRI)
Minutes of meetings, 1949
Unions, Socialism Revolution
Speeches, Delivered by President Gerald Ford and Herbert Hoover 1948-1975.
World Affairs Council of Northern California (WACNC)
Minutes of meetings, 1979
World College West
Writings and speeches by others. Includes Charles Rothwell's signature in the cover of the printed copy of an article by David Harris
Asia Subject File, 1942-1987.
Includes letters to the President of the United States and Henry A. Kissinger, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs 1970-1972.
List of addresses
Minutes of meetings, 1973
Table of organization
Afghanistan. Correspondence, 1969
China. See also MILLS COLLEGE
New Zealand. Clippings
Pakistan. Correspondence, 1969
Certificates and transcripts
Military Academy records
Minutes of meetings, 1972
Charter. Includes Draft of the Preamble, status of the final documents as of a list and maps indicating the location of the press where the typesettings in different languages were completed. Typescript and framed 1945 June 22,
Brochure, Mills College, n.d.
Hiss, Alger, Secretary General, United Nations Conference on International Organization, 1945
Rothwell, Charles Easton, presented at Saigon, (Vietnamese) 1974
Institute for College and University Administrators
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Snow Museum of Natural Science, Oakland, Program prepared by Nydine Snow Latham 1961 August.
Organs of the United Nations
Staff of United States Representative to the United Nations, n.d.
United States delegation
Galley proofs (Chinese, English, Russian and Spanish). Includes equivalent text certificates
Charter of the United Nations and the Statute of the International Court of Justice
Interim Arrangements concluded by the Governments represented at the United Nations Conference on International Organization
Lee, Russel V., "Hoover, Herbert,' (poem) n.d.
List of names , n.d.
League of Nations, n.d.
Wartime propaganda poster in French, 1939
Printed matter, 1945-1956
Miscellaneous, envelope titled United Nations Committee of the City of New York
Headquarters of the United Nations, n.d.
Sectional map of San Francisco, n.d.
South Vietnam, n.d.
Soviet Union, n.d.
Phonotape Cassettes, 1969-1981
Energy conference, n.d.
Korea and Vietnam
Middle East, 1969
Nepal and Pakistan
Pakistan, Asia Foundation
Gerald Ford - Jimmy Carter debate on American foreign policy and defense, Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco, California, 1976?
China, a descriptive narration of the itinerary and sightseeing tours of China 1980 April,
Twentyfifth Anniversary, Bakersfield College Foundation, Describes the sights and songs of sixty-eight years history of the growth and development of Bakersfield College 1981 May 5.
Central Intelligence Agency in Central America, lecture by John Stockwell, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 1984 September 18
37 prints of U.N. development projects in various contries, 1953-1954
23 prints of United Nations meetings and of staff at work, including 1 print of Charles Rothwell, 1 print of Dag Hammarskjold, 1 print of Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, 1 print of John Foster Dulles, 1 print of Alger Hiss, print of Edward J. Stettinius signing the United Nations Charter, 1945-1954; and 1 contact sheet with print of others, n.d. n.d., 1
13 prints and 5 contact sheets depicting Charles Easton Rothwell, n.d.
5 prints of Charles Easton Rothwell with other unidentified individuals, print of Asia Foundation staff, n.d.; 1 print of the participants of the Fulbright Conference on American Studies, Cambridge University, Great Britain, 1954; 1 print of Charles Rothwell giving a speech, n.d.; 1 print of Charles Rothwell speaking at the United Bay Area Crusade Awards Luncheon, Sheraton Palace Hotel, 1966; 1 print of Alexander Van der Hart, n.d.; 1 print of United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt with others, n.d.; 1 print of Elmer D. Fagan, n.d.; 3 prints and 1 contact sheet of the Ninetyeighth commencement of the University of California, Berkeley, 1961; and 1 print of Avrshire Farm from the Santa Clara County atlas, 1876 n.d.; 1
4 prints of Reed College Fiftieth Anniversary celebrations, print of the staff of National War College, 1953; 1 print of Charles Rothwell at the Rotary International annual conference, 1967; 1 print of Charles Rothwell addressing California Historical Society annual meeting, 1959; 1 print of the participants of the Far West Fulbright Conference, San Francisco State College, 1967 1961; 1
13 prints and 7 contact sheets of the Rothwell family and others, including 6 prints depicting Charles, Virginia and Ann Rothwell going on a trip, prints of Charles and Virginia Rothwell, n.d., 1 print of Virginia Rothwell, 1959, and 1 print of the Rothwells with an unidentified individual, n.d. 1961, 5
16 prints including 12 of the President's House at Mills College, prints of Charles Rothwell and others, n.d., 1 print of a pathway in the woods, and 1 print of reception at Alderwood Hall, n.d. a Doctorate of Humane Letters at the Commencement of the University of Santa Clara, California, 1967 (inscribed), n.d.; 2 prints of U.N. staff at work, n.d.; 1 print of a U.N. meeting, Jan Smuts speaking, n.d.; 1 print of the U.N. General Assembly, n.d. and Easton Rothwell College Center, n.d n.d., 2
1 album of photographs depicting Charles Rothwell receiving a Doctorate of Humane Letters at the Commencement of the University of Santa Clara, California, 1967
1 print of Rothwell, 1 portrait of Edward Stettinius (inscribed), n.d.; 2 prints of U.N. staff at work, n.d.; 1 print of a U.N. meeting, Jan Smuts speaking, n.d.; 1 print of the U.N. General Assembly, n.d. 1953-1954
3 photographs of the architectural design of the Virginia and Easton Rothwell College Center, n.d.
Rosa Luxemburg and the German Social Democratic Party: A Dissertation Submitted to the Department of History and the Committee on Graduate Study of Stanford University In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Charles Eason Rothwell, August 1938
Precis of Committee Proceedings, The United Nations Conference on International Organizations; San Francisco, April - June 1945
Communications to Delegations on Conference Organization and Procedure, United Nations Conference on International Organization; San Francisco, April - June 1945
Communications from Executive Secretary to Delegations, United Nations Conference on International Organization; San Francisco, April - June 1945
General, United Nations Conference on International Organization; San Francisco, April - June 1945
Plenary, United Nations Conference on International Organization; San Francisco, April - June 1945
Coordination Committee, United Nations Conference on International Organization; San Francisco, April - June 1945
Commission I: General Provisions, United Nations Conference on International Organization; San Francisco, April - June 1945
Commission II: General Assembly, United Nations Conference on International Organization; San Francisco, April - June 1945
Commission III: Security Council, United Nations Conference on International Organization; San Francisco, April - June 1945
Commission IV: Judicial Organization, United Nations Conference on International Organization, San Francisco, April - June 1945
Commentaries Upon Dumbarton Oaks Proposals (In English and French), United Nations Conference on International Organization, San Francisco, April - June 1945
Commentaries Upon Dumbarton Oaks Proposals (In Russian and Spanish), United Nations Conference on International Organization, San Francisco, April - June 1945
The United Nations and Human Rights, by James Frederick Green, 1956
The United Nations and Dependent Peoples, by Emil J. Sady, 1956
The Arc of Crisis, by Claude A. Buss, 1961
Grenada Documents: An Overview and Selection Released by the Department of State and the Department of Defense, September 1984
Documents on Disarmament, United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1979
Documents on Disarmament, United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (contd.), 1981-1983
Origin of the Emblem and Other Recollections of the 1945 U.N. Conference, by Donal McLaughlin, 1995