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SERIES DESCRIPTION

Box 1

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1889-1983

Scope and Content Note

Affidavit, certificates, correspondence, eulogies, financial papers, lists, will, and clippings and other printed matter, arranged alphabetically by physical form
Box 2-5

CORRESPONDENCE, 1894-1941

Scope and Content Note

Letters, notes, and telegrams, arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent. Includes some correspondence of Helena Paderewska, and some in the hand of Paderewski's secretary, Sylwin Strakacz
Box 6-8

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1910-1941

Scope and Content Note

Dedications, essays, messages, notes, open letters, speeches, tributes, and writings, arranged chronologically by title
Box 9

SUBJECT FILE, 1687-1948

Scope and Content Note

Appeals, certificate, correspondence, drawings, eulogies, letters of recommendation, minutes of meetings, newsletters, speeches, and printed matter, arranged alphabetically by subject
Box 10

PRINTED MATTER, 1922-1966

Scope and Content Note

Bulletins, clippings, newsletters, pamphlets, serial issues, and miscellany, relating mainly to Paderewski and to Poland, particularly before and during World War II (in English, Polish, French, and Portuguese)
Box 11

OVERSIZE MATERIAL, 1917

Scope and Content Note

Charcoal drawing of Paderewski's head and shoulders by W. T. Benda
Memorabilia cabinet

MEMORABILIA, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Bust of Paderewski, and paperweight with his head in relief
Photo file

PHOTOGRAPHS, 1923-1945?

Scope and Content Note

126 prints and 6 postcards depicting Paderewski and others, atrocities committed in Poland during World War II, Polish children and soldiers, and miscellany

CONTAINER LIST

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1889-1983

Box 1., Folder 1

Affidavit re attack of Jewish organizations, 1941, and defamatory fliers

Folder 2

Announcement for the inauguration of a bronze statue by Milo Martin to the memory of Paderewski, Morges, Switzerland, 1948 July 3

 

Financial papers. Affidavits, bank statements, bills, correspondence, income assessments, income tax returns

Folder 3-6

General

 

Estates

Folder 7

Paso Robles

Folder 8

Santa Maria

Folder 9

Sao Paulo

Folder 10

List of decorations

Folder 11

Miscellany. Includes notes, table arrangements

 

Subject file

Folder 12

Audience with Pope Pius XI, 1925 January 15. Notice and clipping

Folder 13

Birthday, 80th. Acknowledgments for birthday greetings, and tribute by Gustave Doret (in French)

 

Concert tours

 

Correspondence, 1923-1936. Includes letters relating to other musicians or music in general, including Ernest Schelling

Folder 14

Incoming, including Alfred Cortot, William S. Hawk, Vladimir Horowitz

Folder 15

Outgoing. See also CORRESPONDENCE/Engles, Musaceous, Musikurs, Schelling, Steinway, Urchs

Folder 16

Programs and income figures, 1924-1927?

 

Death

Folder 17

Certificate

Folder 18

Condolences, notices, and resolutions, 1941-1983

 

Eulogies

Folder 19

Polish Government-in-Exile (London)

Folder 20

Strakacz, Sylwin. Biography prepared for the Polish press

Folder 21

Syski, A., Arlington National Cemetery

 

Delegation assignments

Folder 22

Paris Peace Conference, 1919. Letter of resignation as delegate to the Paris Peace Conference, addressed to Jozef Pilsudski, 1920

Folder 23

League of Nations, 1920. Telegrams of acceptance, late 1919? and of resignation, 1921, addressed to Prince Sapieha

 

Family. Mainly correspondence with or about

Folder 24

Gorski, Waclaw (son of Helena Paderewska by first marriage), 1922-1928?

Folder 25

Kodrebski (distant relative), 1926

Folder 26

Paderewska, Helena (Mrs. I. J. Paderewski), 1925-1926

Folder 27

Paderewska, Maria (sister). Paderewski's telegram on her behalf to Maxim Litvinov, 1936

Folder 28

Paderewski, Alfred (son), 1891

Folder 29

Paderewski, Jan (father). Document signed by Jan Paderewski, 1889 (in Russian)

Folder 30

Paderewski, Jozef (half-brother), 1924-1939

Folder 31

Wilkonska, Antonina (sister). Includes legal documents, 1941

 

Honorary degrees. See CORRESPONDENCE, Columbia University and Harvard University

 

Memberships. Correspondence

Folder 32

Bohemian Club, San Francisco, 1921

Folder 33

Institut de France, Paris, 1926

Folder 34

Name Day. Congratulatory message signed by Polish soldiers interned in Switzerland, 1941 February 1

 

Travel

Folder 35-36

Departure from Switzerland and travel through France and Spain en route to the United States, 1940 September. Correspondence and clippings, including re arrival in the United States, 1940 November 6

Folder 37

Miscellany

Folder 38

Will and testament, 1930. Holograph and photostat positive copy of entire document and related papers

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1894-1941.

Scope and Content Note

Includes some correspondence by Helena Paderewska, and some in the hand of Paderewski's secretary, Sylwin Strakacz.
 

General

Box 2., Folder 1

Drafts of letters and telegrams addressed to different people on the same sheet, including Bishop Adamski, King Albert of Belgium, Mrs. Szymon Askenazy, Albert Blondel, Adolphe Boschot, Raoul Choussaud, Jan Ciechanowski, Marja Cielewiczowa, Count Clauzel, P. Czescik, Jozef Dowboz Musnicki, Mrs. Drohinska, Hamilton Fish, Waclaw Gorski, Princess Gortschakoff, Adam Grzymala-Siedlecki, Henri Guisan, Joseph Haller, August Hlond, J. Horodyski, Count Jancoyski, S. W. Jarakomski, Tadeusz Jentys, Reverend Kasaczun, Jan Koch, Mrs. Krajewska, Stanislaw Kruczek, Mary Lawton, Maxime Leroy, Irene Loevenberg, Mr. Martinet, Stanislaw Milaszewski, J. Modzelewski, Andrzej Moszczynski, Jozef K. Orlowski, Jozefowa Pilsudska, Andre Poniatowski, Wladyslaw Raczkiewicz, Jan Romaszkiewicz, Theodore and Mrs. Roosevelt, Wladyslaw Sikorski, Colonel Smigielski, Jan F. Smulski, Mr. Sobinski, Wladyslaw Sobanski, Marquise de St. Paul, Stefan Starzynski, Maurice Sternberger, Mrs. Venizelos, Mr. Wielowieyski, Woodrow and Mrs. Wilson, and August Zaleski, 1921-1941

Folder 2

Miscellany (incoming)

Folder 3-4

Unidentified. Includes a letter to a Norwegian journalist, 1924?

Folder 5

Aballi, Sanchez, n.d.

Folder 6

Adamowski, Antoinette and Joseph, 1923-1929

Folder 7

Adamowski, Gertrude and Tim, 1925-1929

Folder 8

Adatci, Count, 1924

Folder 9

Addor, Barbey, 1934

Folder 10

Aikins, James A. M., Sir, 1924

Folder 11

Albert I, King of the Belgians, and Queen Elisabeth, 1929-1940. Includes letter from Court Marshall regarding the Queen's intercession with Berlin to facilitate Prince Ladislas Radziwill's departure from German-occupied Poland

Folder 12

Alexandry, Baron d', n.d.

Folder 13

Amster, Marc, 1935

Folder 14

Astor, John Jacob, n.d.

Folder 15

Association of Polish Students, University of Madison, Wisconsin, 1929

Folder 16

Bank Zwiazku Spolek Zarobkowych, 1924

Folder 17

Bannister, L. Ward (Mile High Club, Denver), 1923-1926

Folder 18

Barthelemy, A. (Union League Club, Chicago), n.d.

Folder 19

Beck, James M., 1925

Folder 20

Beck, Louise C., 1924

Folder 21

Behmeyer, L. E., 1924

Folder 22

Benes, Edvard, 1935

Folder 23

Benham, W. B. (University Club, Dunedin), 1927

Folder 24

Berthelot, Philippe, 1921-1928

Folder 25

Besson, Bishop, 1926

Folder 26

Blazejowski, Boleslaw, 1935

Folder 27

Bliss, Anna B., 1924-1926

Folder 28

Blodgett, Eleanor, 1921-1929

Folder 29

Blondel, Albert, 1924-1934

Folder 30

Bojnowski, L., 1941

Folder 31

Bok, Edward W., n.d.

Folder 32

Borchard, Mr., 1928

Folder 33

Borglum, Gutson, 1929

Folder 34

Bourn, Agnes and William, 1923-1926

Folder 35

Bratianu, Elise and Jean, 1924-1927

Folder 36

Burbank, Luther, 1921

Folder 37

Burnham, Hubert, n.d.

Folder 38

Burton, Theodore E., 1928

Folder 39

Call, Mr., 1928

Folder 40

Cambridge University (Dr. Seward, Dr. Stewart), 1926

Folder 41

Car, Mr., 1921

Folder 42

Cartier, Baron de, 1925

Folder 43

Carton de Wiart, Adrien, 1926

Folder 44

Cazalet, Victor A., 1925

Folder 45

Chabrie, Robert (Journal des Debats),1929

Folder 46

Chlapowski, De, 1925-1929

Folder 47

Chlusewicz, Colonel, 1927

Folder 48

Ciechanowski, Jan, 1923-1941

Folder 49

Cieplak, Archbishop, 1925

Folder 50

Clauzel, Count, 1926-1934

Folder 51

Clay, P. T. (Sherman and Clay), 1923-1926

Folder 52

Coffey, Herbert V., n.d.

Folder 53

Columbia University (Murray Butler, Frank D. Fackenthal, Levering Tyson), 1921-1922

Folder 54

Comite International pour le Placement des Intellectuels Emigres, 1933

Folder 55

Condon, Robert E., n.d.

Folder 56

Congres General de l'Enfant, Polish Committee (Witold Chodzko, M. Gromski), 1925

Folder 57

Coolidge, Calvin, 1924

Folder 58

Corboult, Miss, 1934

Folder 59

Cumming, Joseph M., n.d.

Folder 60

Czartoryski, Witold, 1923

Folder 61

Daily Mail, n.d.

Folder 62

Daladier, Edouard, n.d.

Folder 63

Damrosch, Walter, 1923-1935

Folder 64

Daniels, John (English Speaking Union), 1928

Folder 65

Daniels, Josephus, 1923

Folder 66

Davis, Norman H., 1926?

Folder 67

Deering, Frank and Mrs., 1924-1926

Folder 68

Deschamps, Eugenie, 1928-1929

Folder 69

Dobrzycki, Rector, 1925

Folder 70

Doret, Gustave, 1934-1936

Folder 71

Downes, Olin and Marion A. (Boston Sunday Post),1923-1932

Folder 72

Drobinski, I., Mrs., 1923

Folder 73

Drummond, Eric, 1929

Folder 74

Dubowski, Ignacy, 1928

Folder 75

Duer, Sophie Lawrence, 1939

Folder 76

Dunham, Josephine and Theodore, 1925-1929

Folder 77

Dworzak, J., 1922

Folder 78

Dydejczyk, 1924

Folder 79

Dziennik, Edmund A., 1928

Box 3., Folder 1

Eames, Henry Purmort, 1926

Folder 2

Echo de Paris, L', 1933

Folder 3

Eden, Anthony, 1936

Folder 4

Emerson, Mary Hopkins, 1936

Folder 5

Encyclopedia, 1926. Includes letter to unidentified minister regarding Wydzial Narodowy Polski w Ameryce

Folder 6

Engles, George, 1923-1929

Folder 7

Farnell, Mrs., n.d.

Folder 8

Ferrell, Garland (Wichita Daily Eagle),1923

Folder 9

Fisher, Harold H., 1927

Folder 10

Fisher, Herbert (Oxford University), 1928

Folder 11

Flagler, Anne Lamont, 1923

Folder 12

Foch, Ferdinand, 1920-1928

Folder 13

France Pologne, 1923

Folder 14

Fronczak, F. E., 1924

Folder 15

Fuchs, Helene, 1922

Folder 16

Fulcher, Maurice, 1923

Folder 17

Gabrilovitch, Mr., 1926. Relates to Theodor Leschetizky

Folder 18

Gandhi, Mohandas, 1939. Includes a transcript of a statement by Gandhi on Poland

Folder 19

Garbarek, Feliks, 1926

Folder 20

Garfield, H. A., 1926

Folder 21

Gasiorowski, W. (Kolegium Zwiazku Narodowego Polskiego), 1926

Folder 22

Gaspari, Cardinal, 1922

Folder 23

Gibson, Hugh and Ines, n.d.

Folder 24

Gilchrist, H. L., 1933

Folder 25

Giraudoux, Jean, 1940

Folder 26

Glasgow, Lord Provost of, 1925

Folder 27

Golde, Edith Sullivan, n.d.

Folder 28

Goral, B. X., 1922

Folder 29

Gorzynski, Monsignor, 1925

Folder 30

Graham, Ronald, Sir, 1925

Folder 31

Grappin, Henri, 1926

Folder 32

Gregory, D. J., 1925

Folder 33

Gronkowski, Reverend, n.d.

Folder 34

Grudzinski, Ludwik, 1925-1928

Folder 35

Gryncewicz, Joseph, n.d.

Folder 36

Haig, Douglas, Sir, 1925

Folder 37

Haiman, Mieczyslaw (Polish Roman Catholic Union of America), 1940

Folder 38

Halecki, O., 1940

Folder 39

Haller, Joseph, 1923

Folder 40

Hamilton, Ian, 1925

Folder 41

Hanotaux, Gabriel, 1929-1940

Folder 42

Hartwell, Dr. and Mrs., n.d.

Folder 43

Harvard University (Thomas W. Lamont, A. Lawrence Lowell), 1926

Folder 44

Hauke-Nowak, n.d.

Folder 45

Hedinger, 1924-1929

Folder 46

Hempel, General and Mrs., 1929

Folder 47

Hemphill, William, 1924

Folder 48

Hlond, August, 1939

Folder 49

Holiday, W. R., n.d.

Folder 50

Hood, C. H. (Minneapolis Club), n.d.

Folder 51

Horodyski, J., 1925-1941

Folder 52

House, Edward M., 1923-1931

Folder 53

Houston, Herbert, n.d.

Folder 54

Hovart, Izabella, 1928

Folder 55

Howard, Esme, Sir, 1925

Folder 56

Hrehorowiczowa, n.d.

Folder 57

Hymans, Paul, 1940

Folder 58

Iwanowski, S., 1924

Folder 59

Jeffries, Joseph M. N., 1926

Folder 60

Jentys, Tadeusz, 1924-1934

Folder 61

Jezierski, Norbert, 1927

Folder 62

Jusserand, Jean Jules, 1921-1922

Folder 63

Kaczynski, Monsignor, 1929-1941

Folder 64

Kamienski, B. S., 1921-1923

Folder 65

Karszo-Siedlewski, Tadeusz, 1936

Folder 66

Kazimierczak, Andrzej, 1926

Folder 67

King, Bradley, 1921

Folder 68

Klarkowska, Anna, n.d.

Folder 69

Klobukowski, A., 1919

Folder 70

Kolszewscy, 1921

Folder 71

Korfanty, Wojciech, 1924-1937

Folder 72

Koscisz, Jozef, 1936

Folder 73

Koskowski, Boleslaw, 1929

Folder 74

Kossak, n.d.

Folder 75

Kotarbinski, Jozef and Lucyna, 1924

Folder 76

Kraczkowski, Jan P., n.d.

Folder 77

Kubicki, Franciszek, 1939

Folder 78

Kulisz, K., 1928

Folder 79

Kwapiszewski, Michal, 1920-1941

Folder 80

Lambert, Alexander, 1929

Folder 81

Landau, Rom, 1934

Folder 82

Lansing, Robert, 1921

Folder 83

Lar, George, 1940

Folder 84

Lasocki, Zygmunt, 1925

Folder 85

Laudon, Sir, n.d.

Folder 86

Laurence, Sister, 1922

Folder 87

Lazare-Levy, 1935

Folder 88

Lempke, Herman, 1921

Folder 89

Le Pan, A., 1922

Folder 90

Leroy, Maxime, 1935. Relates to Francis Plante

Folder 91

Letellier, Henri (Le Journal), 1925

Folder 92

Lewandowski, E. P., 1936

Folder 93

Leygues, Georges, 1929-1933

Folder 94

Lhevinne, Joseph, 1922

Folder 95

Liga Morska i Kolonjalna, 1935

Folder 96

Lloyd George, David, 1920-1935

Folder 97

Lopot, Professor, 1936

Folder 98

Loucheur, Louis, 1929

Folder 99

Lubomirski, Prince, 1920

Box 4., Folder 1

MacAdoo, W. G., 1923-1926

Folder 2

McCormick, Chauncey, 1924

Folder 3

Mangeot, Mr. (Monde Musical),1923-1930

Folder 4

Marlborough, Duchess of, 1928

Folder 5

Mason, Madeleine Manheim, n.d.

Folder 6

Messmer, Sebastian, 1921?

Folder 7

Meyer, Eugene, Mrs., n.d.

Folder 8

Mickiewicz, Marie, 1921

Folder 9

Mikolajczyk, Stanislaw, 1940

Folder 10

Milaszewska, Wanda, 1935

Folder 11

Mizerski, Stanislaw (Towarzystwo Uczestnikow Powstania Wielkopolskiego), ca. 1925

Folder 12

Modzelewski, J., 1927

Folder 13

Morgenthau, Henry, 1921-1932

Folder 14

Morning Post (London), 1926

Folder 15

Moscicki, Ignacy, 1935

Folder 16

Moton, R. R. (Tuskegee Institute), 1923

Folder 17

Motta, Giuseppe, n.d.

Folder 18

Muhlstein, n.d.

Folder 19

Mullaney, B. J., 1928

Folder 20

Muret, Henri, 1925

Folder 21

Musaceous, 1923-1926

Folder 22

Musikurchs, 1924-1928

Folder 23

Mussolini, Benito, 1925-1939

Folder 24

Nansen, Mr. and Mrs., 1921. Includes list of Polish refugees in India

Folder 25

Napieralska, Emily (Polish Day Committee), 1925-1934

Folder 26

Nelson, Congressman, 1928

Folder 27

New York Times, 1935

Folder 28

New York Tribune, 1923-1925

Folder 29

Niewiadomski, Stanislaw, 1927-1929

Folder 30

Northcliffe, Lady, n.d.

Folder 31

Nossig, Alfred and Mrs., 1925-1936

Folder 32

Noulens, J., 1919-1939

Folder 33

Noussane, Henri de, 1925

Folder 34

Nowicki, Consul, 1920

Folder 35

O'Donnell, James, 1929

Folder 36

Olchowicz, Konrad, 1929-1935

Folder 37

Opienski, Henryk, 1921-1924

Folder 38

Oraczewski, Monsignor, 1923. Includes letters to Mr. and Mrs. von Moschzisker and others relating to Oraczewski

Folder 39

Orlowski, Jozef K., 1921-1935

Folder 40

Owens, Mayor, 1941

Folder 41

Perlowski, 1926?

Folder 42

Pernod, Maurice and Mrs., 1925

Folder 43

Petain, Henri Philippe, 1939-1940

Folder 44

Phillips, Charles Joseph, 1921-1923

Folder 45

Piekarski, Felix A., ca. 1925

Folder 46

Pierne, Gabriel, 1923

Folder 47

Pilet-Golaz, Marcel, 1940

Folder 48

Pizzardo, Monsignor, 1929

Folder 49

Plante, Francis, 1924-1929

Folder 50

Polignac, Marquis de, 1924

Folder 51

Polish American Congress (B. Celichowski), 1925-1926

Folder 52

Polish Army Veterans Association (Dziob; S. Z. Stachowicz), n.d.

Folder 53

Polish Falcons of America (F. J. Klosowicz, Teofil A. Starzynski), 1926-1941

Folder 54

Polk, Frank L., 1923

Folder 55

Poniatowski, Andre, 1933

Folder 56

Ponzone, Count, n.d.

Folder 57

Popiel, Adam, n.d.

Folder 58

Posner, Stanislas, 1929

Folder 59

Pourtales, Guy de, 1929-1934

Folder 60

Przezdziecki, Henryk, 1931-1935

Folder 61

Rabska, Wladyslawowa, 1925

Folder 62

Raczkiewicz, Wladyslaw, 1941

Folder 63

Raczynski, Edward, 1925

Folder 64

Ratajski, Cyryl, 1924-1934

Folder 65

Rawlings, Bernard, 1925

Folder 66

Renie, Henriette, 1936

Folder 67

Reymond, Arnold, 1940

Folder 68

Reyntiens, Alice, n.d.

Folder 69

Rhode, Paul P., 1922-1929

Folder 70

Robinson, Mrs., 1921?

Folder 71

Rond, General le, 1925

Folder 72

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1939-1940. Includes letter relating to the Polish Red Cross in Vichy France

Folder 73

Rosenthal, Manzycy, 1935

Folder 74

Rosset, Miss, 1934

Folder 75

Rothermere, Lord, 1932

Folder 76

Rubinstein, Arthur, 1926

Folder 77

Ruiz, Eduardo, 1921

Folder 78

Rybnik (Poland). City Council, 1936

Folder 79

Rzeczpospolita, 1924. Correspondence regarding the financing of the newspaper. Includes a letter from Wydzial Narodowy Polski w Ameryce

Box 5., Folder 1

Sands, Robert Cornell (Strollers University Club), 1925

Folder 2

Sarolea, Charles, 1933

Folder 3

Satterlee, Herbert and Mrs., 1921 or 1922

Folder 4

Sauerwein (Le Matin?), n.d.

Folder 5

Sawicki, Joseph F., 1923-1926

Folder 6

Schaad, Herman, 1929

Folder 7

Schaw, Henry H., 1922

Folder 8

Schelling, Ernest and Lucy, 1921-1940. Includes letter of Peggy Schelling

Folder 9

Schrembs, Joseph, 1923

Folder 10

Sears, Sarah, 1929. Includes a telegram also addressed to Mrs. Bradley

Folder 11

Seyda, Marjan, 1920

Folder 12

Seymour, Professor, n.d. Relates to Colonel House's papers

Folder 13

Sforza, Carlo, 1933

Folder 14

Sikorski, Wladyslaw, 1926-1941

Folder 15

Sinclair, Upton, 1941. Includes a reprint of an address by Sinclair, "To The Conquered Peoples of Europe"

Folder 16

Siwinski, G. W., 1925

Folder 17

Skirmunt, K., 1925-1939

Folder 18

Skolimowski, 1929

Folder 19

Skrzynski, Aleksander, n.d.

Folder 20

Smulski, Jan F. and Mrs., 1921?-1928

Folder 21

Sobanski, Wladyslaw, 1923-1940. Includes correspondence with Piotr Drzewiecki and Prince Sapieha, and memoranda on conditions in occupied Poland

Folder 22

Sokal, Mr. and Mrs., 1929

Folder 23

Southam, Herbert, n.d.

Folder 24

Speyer, James, 1923-1936

Folder 25

Sroczynski, n.d.

Folder 26

Stapp, Philipp B., 1926-1927

Folder 27

Starzynski, Stefan, 1936

Folder 28

Steinway family, 1924-1929. Includes correspondence with Edwin B. Orcutt

Folder 29

Stojowski, Mr. and Mrs., 1922-1925

Folder 30

Stowarzyszenie Kupcow Polskich w Stanach Zjednoczonych, 1941

Folder 31

Strakacz, Sylwin, 1924-1926

Folder 32

Stronski, Stanislaw, 1923-1924

Folder 33

Swiecicki, J.? A., n.d.

Folder 34

Szajnert, Juliusz, 1921 or 1922

Folder 35

Szaniawski, A. F., 1925

Folder 36

Szlagowski, Antoni, 1929

Folder 37

Szopinski, D., 1928

Folder 38

Szyller, Mr., 1924

Folder 39

Tadlewski, 1929

Folder 40

Tardieu, Andre, n.d.

Folder 41

Tavern Club (Boston), n.d.

Folder 42

Tedeschini, Monsignor, n.d.

Folder 43

Teodorowicz, Archbishop, n.d.

Folder 44

Times, The (Los Angeles), 1922

Folder 45

Titulescu, N., 1925

Folder 46

Tomkowski, 1941

Folder 47

Tremaine, Mr. (Aeolian Company), 1929

Folder 48

Treowen, Lord, 1925

Folder 49

Tucker, Mona House, 1923

Folder 50

Tymieniecki, Bishop, 1931

Folder 51

University of Glasgow (Mr. Bayne; Sir Donald MacAlister; G. Milligan), 1925-1934. Includes letter to Hugh Ryan

Folder 52

University of Poznan, 1936

Folder 53

Uniwersytet Jagiellonski (Krakow) (Zdzislaw Jachimecki; Rostworowski), 1925

Folder 54

Urchs, Emma and Ernest, 1923-1928

Folder 55

Usher, Mr., 1926

Folder 56

Valloben? 1934

Folder 57

Vallotton, Henry, 1935-1940

Folder 58

Van der Stucken, Frank, 1928

Folder 59

Vanderbilt, George, Mrs., 1923

Folder 60

Vaulx, Foulon de, Mrs., 1924?-1926

Folder 61

Vaxelaire, Max, 1940

Folder 62

Vendome, Duchesse de, 1939

Folder 63

Venizelos, Eleutherios,1921-1928

Folder 64

Wade, H. H., 1939

Folder 65

Walcott, Frederick, 1928

Folder 66

Wander, Eugene, 1923-1925

Folder 67

Warszawskie Towarzystwo Muzyczne, 1894

Folder 68

Wedel, Baron de, 1925

Folder 69

Weld, George Francis, 1922

Folder 70

Weygand, Maxime, 1920-1940

Folder 71

Wiadomosci Literackie, 1935

Folder 72

Wieckowski, Jan, n.d.

Folder 73

Wieniawski, Adam, 1925

Folder 74

Wilcox, Captain, 1925

Folder 75

Wilson, Woodrow and Mrs., 1914-1924

Folder 76

Witkowski, Edward S., 1935-1936

Folder 77

Witos, Wincenty, 1936

Folder 78

Wojtalewicz, Reverend, 1922-1923

Folder 79

Wolowska, H. B., 1941

Folder 80

Woods, Arthur and Helen, n.d.

Folder 81

World, The (New York), 1923

Folder 82

Wroblewski, A., 1923-1924

Folder 83

Wurzburger, Alexander, 1924

Folder 84

Zaleski, August, 1939

Folder 85

Zamoyski, Adam, 1924-1928?

Folder 86

Zawadzki, Wladyslaw, 1927?

Folder 87

Zeissler, Fannie, 1925

Folder 88

Zgorzelscy, Jozef and Maria, 1935

Folder 89

Zjednoczenie Polskie Rzymsko Katolickie (Stanley Adamkiewicz; Stefanowicz), 1924?-1926

Folder 90

Zulonga, Ignacio, n.d.

Folder 91

Zwiazek Narodowy Polski (M. Blenski, J. Magdziarz Skarbnik, Kazimierz Zychlinski), 1921-1924

Folder 92

Zwiazek Ziemian Powiatu Wegrowskiego, 1929

Folder 93

Zychlinska, Mrs., 1934

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1910-1941

Box 6., Folder 1

Untitled essays and notes, including on the history of Polish merchants, Polish politics, literature, and jazz, n.d. Includes dedication on funeral wreath for Mr. Venizelos. Holograph (in Polish, French, and English)

Folder 2

Message from Riond-Bosson, Switzerland, to Polish Americans, n.d. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 3

Message from Rochester, New York, to volunteer officers and soldiers of the Polish Army in the United States, n.d. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 4

Message upon the anniversary of the Wielkopolskie uprising, n.d. Typescript telegram (in Polish)

Folder 5

Speech, Geneva, Switzerland, n.d. Holograph (in French)

Folder 6

Speech honoring Jan Ciechanowski, France, n.d. Holograph and typescript (in Polish)

Folder 7

Speech on the occasion of the unveiling of the John Ruskin Monument, Chamonix, France, n.d. Holograph and typescript (in French and English)

Folder 8

Speech, Polish Sejm, n.d. Holograph (in Polish)

Folder 9

Speech upon receiving the honorary citizenship of the towns of Vevey and Morges, Switzerland, n.d. Holograph (in French)

Folder 10

Speech upon receiving the honorary citizenship of the town of Tolochanaz, n.d. Holograph and typescript (in French)

Folder 11

Speech, Venice City Hall, n.d. Holograph and typescript (in French)

Folder 12-14

Speeches upon conferring, on behalf of the President of Poland, Polish decorations on Americans and Polish Americans, Chicago and New York, n.d. Includes correspondence and lists. Holograph and typescript (in Polish and English)

Folder 15

"Tempo Rubato," n.d. Holograph (in English)

Folder 16

Message to Polish Merchants' Convention, Krakow, Poland, 1910? Holograph (in Polish)

Folder 17

Speech, Chopin Centenary Festival, Lvov, Poland, 1910 October 23. Holograph and printed copy (in Polish) and printed copy of English translation by Laurence Alma Tadema

Folder 18

Speech to Polish Americans, 1915 May 27. Holograph (in Polish)

Folder 19

"Poland: Past and Present," speech, Polish Benefit Concert, Chicago, Illinois, 1916 February 5. Printed copy

Folder 20

Speech after the Act of 1916 November 5. Holograph (in Polish)

Folder 21

Speech upon the death of Henryk Sienkiewicz, Chicago, Illinois, 1916 November 27. Printed copy (in Polish)

Folder 22

"Remarks on Poland," speech, Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York City, 1917 May. Printed copy

Folder 23

Speech, Polish Army in the United States, 1917 October 6. Holograph (in Polish)

Folder 24

Speech, Liga Narodow, Geneva, Switzerland, 1919? Typescript (in French)

Folder 25

Speech, opening meeting of the Polish Council of Ministers, Warsaw, Poland, 1919 January 14. Holograph (in Polish)

Folder 26

Speech, third meeting of the Polish Constituent Sejm, 1919 February 2. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 27

Speeches, 10th, 18th, 40th, 81st, and 97th sessions of the Polish Sejm, 1919 March 5 - November 12. Printed copy of official record (in Polish)

Box 7., Folder 1

Speeches, 9th session of the Council of the League of Nations, Paris, 1920 September 16-20. Printed copy of official record (in French and English)

Folder 2

Speeches, 11th session of the Council of the League of Nations, Paris, 1920 November 14 - December 18. Printed copy of official record (in French and English)

Folder 3

Speeches, 5th, 13th, 15th, and 27th plenary meetings of the League of Nations, Paris, 1920 November 17 - December 16. Typescript excerpts of minutes (in French and English)

Folder 4

Speech, Century Club, Boston, 1921? Holograph and typescript (in English)

Folder 5

Speech, Chicago, Illinois, 1922? Holograph (in Polish)

Folder 6

Tribute to Pope Pius XI after his accession to the pontifical throne, 1922 February 8. Typescript statement from Paso Robles to the United Press (in English)

Folder 7

Speech, Woodrow Wilson memorial, 1924 March? Holograph (in English)

Folder 8

Speech on the occasion of the transfer of Henryk Sienkiewicz's ashes to Poland, Vevey, Switzerland, 1924 October 24. Printed copy (in French)

Folder 9

Notes on Polish politics, 1924 November. Holograph (in Polish)

Folder 10

Speech, Poznan High School, 1924 November. Holograph and typescript (in Polish)

Folder 11

Speech, Poznan University, Poland, 1924 November. Holograph, typescript, and correspondence (in Polish)

Folder 12

Speech, reception given by President and Mrs. Cyryl Ratajski, Poznan, 1924 November. Holograph and typescript (in Polish)

Folder 13

Speech upon receiving the honorary citizenship of Poznan, Poland, 1924 November. Holograph and typescript (in Polish)

Folder 14

Speech, Poznan City Hall, 1924 November 24. Holograph and typescript (in Polish)

Folder 15

Speech at Katowice railroad station en route to Poznan, 1925. Holograph and typescript (in Polish)

Folder 16

Speech, League of Nations banquet, Geneva, Switzerland, 1925. Holograph (in French)

Folder 17

Speech, Polish delegation to the League of Nations banquet, Geneva, 1925. Holograph (in French)

Folder 18

Speech upon receiving the honorary citizenship of Lausanne, Switzerland, 1925. Holograph (in French)

Folder 19

Speech, London Press Club, 1925 July 13. Holograph, typescript, and correspondence (in English)

Box 8., Folder 1

Speech, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1926. Holograph (in Polish)

Folder 2

Speech, Conseil Communal de Morges, Switzerland, 1926. Holograph and typescript (in French)

Folder 3

Speech, 150th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America, Paris, 1926 July. Holograph (in English)

Folder 4

Message to the Polish Association in Sydney, Australia, 1927 April 15. Holograph, typescript, and correspondence (in Polish)

Folder 5

Speech, American Legion, 1928. Holograph and typescript (in English)

Folder 6

Speech commemorating Jan F. Smulski, Chicago, Illinois, 1928. Holograph and typescript (in Polish and English)

Folder 7

Speech, Kosciuszko Foundation, New York City, 1928 May 16. Holograph and typescript (in English)

Folder 8

Open letter to Senator Borah, 1931 November 30. Typescript (in English)

Folder 9

"Poland and Peace," speech broadcast by NBC, American Polish Chamber of Commerce, Civic Forum, and Council on Foreign Relations, New York City, 1932 May 18. Holograph, typescript, and printed copy (in English) and printed copy of French translation. Includes invitation from the Council on Foreign Relations

Folder 10

"Poland's So-Called Corridor," Foreign Affairs, 1933 April. Printed copy

Folder 11

Preface to Charlotte Kellogg, Mrs. Jadwiga, Queen of Poland, 1933. Holograph and correspondence with Charlotte Kellogg

Folder 12

Introduction to the home publication of Colonel Snively's letters to his family during World War I, 1933 November? Holograph, typescript, and correspondence with Marjorie K. Snively

Folder 13

Speech honoring Bishop Besson, Riond-Bosson, Switzerland, 1934 June 10. Holograph (in French)

Folder 14

Speech honoring the Marquis de St. Paul, French Embassy, Bern, Switzerland, 1934 August 14. Holograph (in French)

Folder 15

Speech honoring Anna de Noailles, Evian, France, 1935 August 25. Holograph

Folder 16

Statement sent to the editor of a Polish publication asking him not to make a fuss over his birthday, 1935 September 30. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 17

Two essays or letters on Silesia, 1936. Holograph (one in Polish and one in English)

Folder 18

Essay on Polish internal politics, 1937 August 26. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 19

Message from Riond-Bosson to the Polish Democratic Christian Congress and the National Workers Party, 1937 October 3. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 20

The Paderewski Memoirs (with Mary Lawton), 1938. Holograph fragment and correspondence with Mary Lawton

Folder 21

Statement in response to Jozef Beck's speech regarding German demands, 1939. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 22

Statement on Danzig, 1939 August. Typescript and correspondence with Associated Press (in French)

Folder 23

Message to the American people, 1939 August 30. Typescript (in English)

Folder 24

Message to Polish emigres in France, 1939 September. Holograph and typescript (in Polish)

Folder 25

Message to Polish Americans, 1939 September. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 26

Message to the Swiss people, 1939 September 23. Typescript (in French)

Folder 27

Message to Polish emigres in France, 1939 October 18. Holograph and typescript (in Polish)

Folder 28

Message to Wrarus Polski (Polish veterans organization), 1939 December 31. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 29

Message to the American people, NBC Radio, 1940 April 16. Typescript (in English and Polish)

Folder 30

Message to the French people, Radio Francaise, 1940 May 3. Typescript (in French and Polish)

Folder 31

Message to Poles in Poland, 1940 May 31. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 32

Message to the soldiers of the Polish Army's 2nd Division, interned in Switzerland, 1940 August 22. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 33

Message to the Swiss people upon departure for the United States, 1940 September 12. Typescript (in French)

Folder 34

Statement aboard S.S. Excambion upon arrival in New York, 1940 November 6. Typescript (in English)

Folder 35

Message to Polish Americans, 1940 November 6. Typescript (in Polish). Includes typescript of publication in Dziennik Zwiazkowy, Chicago, 1940 November 7

Folder 36

Message to the American people, 1940 November 6. Holograph and typescript (in English)

Folder 37

Message to the British people, Reuter's, 1940 November 6. Typescript (in English). Includes typescript of Polish translation published in Dziennik Zwiazkowy,Chicago, 1940 November 19

Folder 38

Radio broadcast upon his 80th birthday, asking for contributions to the Paderewski Testimonial Fund, 1940 November 6. Typescript (in English)

Folder 39

Discussion with Marshall E. Dimock (Immigration and Naturalization Service), CBS Radio, 1940 December 8. Typescript (in English)

Folder 40

Message to Polish Americans, 1940 December 25 (first page missing). Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 41

Message to veterans of the Polish Army in the United States, 1941 March 28. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 42

Message to be read by Sylwin Strakacz, Zjazd Homiletyczny, Detroit, Michigan, 1941 April 21. Typescript (in Polish)

Folder 43

Speech, Polish Veterans Association Convention, Oak Ridge, New Jersey, 1941 June 22. Typescript (in Polish)

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1687-1948

Box 9., Folder 1

Gdansk. Curicken, Rheinhold, Beschreibung der Stadt Danzig, 1687. Contains annotations through 1842 by subsequent mayors of Danzig

Folder 2

Jakobkiewicz, Joseph. Paderewski's letter of recommendation, 1921

Folder 3

Kazimierz III, King of Poland, 1310-1390. Vatican certificate authenticating bones of Casimir the Great, 1905 (in Latin)

Folder 4

Korfanty, Wojciech. Printed eulogy by Izydor Modelski and J. Malinowski, 1939

Folder 5

Kwapiszewski, Michal. Paderewski's letter of recommendation, 1935

 

Modjeska, Helena

Folder 6

Drawings of stage costumes for Modjeska by W. T. Benda, annotated by Modjeska, 1899

Folder 7

Bound notebook containing text of Acts III and IV of Adrienne Lecouvreur in Modjeska's handwriting, n.d.

Folder 8

Miscellany holograph items and clippings, 1871-1890?

Folder 9

Noailles, Anna de. Correspondence of Paderewski with various relatives of the Countess, including Constantin Bracoveanu, and others relating to the commemorative ceremony in Evian, 1935; with the Syndic of Vevey relating to another commemorative ceremony, 1936; and with the Societe des Amis et Admirateurs d'Anna de Noailles, 1935

Folder 10

Paderewski Testimonial Fund. Newsletters, press releases, and correspondence, including between Paderewski and Charlotte Kellogg, 1940-1941. Includes correspondence and minutes of meetings of the Kosciuszko Foundation, Polish Falcons of America, and Rada Polonii Amerykanskiej

Folder 11

Prisoners of war - Poland. Correspondence of Paderewski with Polish soldiers interned in Switzerland, and with General Prugar-Kettling, General Henri Guisan, and Colonel Henry Vallotton, 1940

Folder 12

Pro Polonia. Newsletters and appeal, 1939-1942 (in French); and correspondence of Paderewski regarding contributions, including with Mrs. Foch, 1939-1940. Includes appeal by Aide Suisse aux Prisonniers de Guerre Polonais

Folder 13

Rada Polonii Amerykanskiej. Correspondence of Paderewski, including with Francis X. Swietlik, 1940-1941; letter from Maurice Pate to Swietlik, 1941; and diplomatic correspondence, 1941 (in Polish)

Folder 14

Sikorski, Wladyslaw. Correspondence, minutes of meetings, notes, speeches, 1940-1941 (in English and Polish). Includes transcript of discussion with Sumner Welles

 

Strakacz, Sylwin. Correspondence

Folder 15

General, 1941-1948

Folder 16

Sikorski, Wladyslaw, 1936-1939. Includes a letter from Strakacz to Marshal Gamelin

Folder 17

Tadema, Laurence Alma. Letters to Antonina Wilkonska, 1926-1939

Folder 18

United States - Foreign relations - Poland. Radiogram from Robert Lansing to Paderewski communicating de iure recognition of Poland by the United States, 1919 January 26; and holograph letter from Paderewski to Lansing, n.d.

 

PRINTED MATTER, 1922-1966.

Scope and Content Note

Bulletins, clippings, newsletters, pamphlets, serial issues, and miscellany, relating mainly to Paderewski and to Poland, particularly before and during World War II (in English, Polish, French, and Portuguese)
Box 10., Folder 1

Undated

Folder 2

1922-1940

Folder 3

1941

Folder 4

1942-1947

Folder 5

1948

Folder 6

1949-1966

 

OVERSIZE MATERIAL, 1917.

Box 11.

Charcoal drawing of Paderewski's head and shoulders by W. T. Benda

 

MEMORABILIA, n.d.

Othertype Memorabilia

cabinet

Bust of Paderewski, and paperweight with his head in relief

 

PHOTOGRAPHS, 1923-1945?

album Album fA

One album containing 83 prints and 4 postcards depicting Paderewski at various events and others, including Mr. and Mrs. Bagniewski, Jan Ciechanowski, King George VI, Mr. and Mrs. Gutowski, Monsignor Kaczynski, I. Kollupajlo-La Grange, Tommy Majewski, Stanislaw Mikolajczyk, Lily Pons, Wladyslaw Raczkiewicz, Eleanor Roosevelt, Wladyslaw Sikorski, Minister Stanczyk, Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury, Aniela Strakacz, Sylwin Strakacz, Tadeusz Styka, Francis X. Swietlik, A. Syski, Antonina Wilkonska, Mr. and Mrs. Witkowski, and Adam Zamoyski, 1923-1941, and scenes from his funeral at Arlington Cemetery, 1941 July 6. Includes prints depicting busts of Paderewski by Malvina Hoffman and N. Tregor

envelope Envelope B

1 print depicting a portrait of Paderewski by Tadeusz Styka, 1939; 1 print depicting Paderewski with Wladyslaw Sikorski, 1941; 1 print and 2 postcards depicting lodgings of Polish soldiers interned in Switzerland during World War II, with Paderewski's portrait hung on the walls; and 2 miscellany prints, n.d.

envelope Envelope C

30 prints depicting atrocities committed in Poland during World War II; 6 prints depicting Polish children being fed by the Commission for Polish Relief, Winter 1940-1941; 2 prints depicting Polish soldiers, including one being decorated by General Sikorski with the Virtuti Militari order, n.d.