Register of the Herbert Solow Papers1924-1976
Register of the Herbert Solow Papers1924-1976Hoover Institution Archives
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- Adorjan I. de Galffy
- Date Completed:
- March 1978
|1903, November 20||Born, New York City|
|1924||Bachelor of Arts (Phi Beta Kappa), Columbia College|
|1925||Bachelor of Letters, Columbia University, School of Journalism|
|1927-1929||Assistant editor, Menorah Journal|
|1929-1932||Assistant editor, the Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences|
|1940-1943||Assistant to the President, New School of Social Research|
|1943-1945||Contributing editor to Time magazine|
|1945-||Editor of Fortune magazine|
|1961-||Member, board of directors of Fortune|
|1964, November 26||Died|
Biographical File, 1924-1965.
Scope and Content Note
Scope and Content Note
Correspondence of Sylvia Salmi Solow, 1965-1976.
Scope and Content Note
Speeches and Writings, 1928-1965.
Scope and Content Note
Subject File, 1930-1964.
Scope and Content Note
Biographical File, 1924-1965.
address lists, card files, life insurance, newspaper clippings and union membership cards.
Death, newspaper articles about his
List of writings
Memorial services, pamphlet and speeches
Moscow Daily News
Resumes, letters of recommendation
Subpoena (The People of the State of New York)
Sympathy, Letters of
Wald, Alan, Portrait of a New York Intellectual.
Adler, Colonel Julius Ochs (New York, NY), 1938
American Express Company (New York, NY), 1959-1961
Appleget, Thomas B. (New York, NY), 1949
Bailey, John (Washington, DC), 1964
Baldwin, Roger (New York, NY), 1934-1935
Beard, Charles A. (New Milford, CT), 1943
Beard, Mary B. (New Milford, CT), 1950-1952
Bernays, Murray C. (New York, NY), 1945
Biow, Milton, H. (New York, NY), 1954
Bourgin, Simon (Press Camp, U.S. Forces - Austria), 1951
Bowles, Chester (Essex, CT), 1958
Brenner, Anita (San Antonio, TX), 1944
Brong, John H. (New York, NY), 1960-1961
Byoir, Carl (New York, NY), 1954
Chafee, Zecharian, Jr., (Cambridge, MA), 1948
Chamberlain, John (Washington, DC), 1946
Chambers, Esther (Westminister, MD), 1962
Chambers, Whittaker (Westminister, MD), 1938?-1956
Clark, John Maurice (Westport, CT), 1947
Cort, David (New York, NY), 1948
Crum, Bartley C. (New York, NY), 1954
Cunningham, Owen (Des Moines, IA), 1954
Davis, Malcolm W. (New York, NY), 1943
DeSilver, Margaret (Brooklyn, NY), 1938?
de Vabres, Donnedieu (Paris, France), 1938, 1940
Dewey, John (New York, NY), 1932, 1936-1938
Dunne, Vincent R. (Minneapolis, MN), 1937
Eastman, Max (New York, NY), 1944
Engdahl, Elizabeth L. (Paris, France), 1954
Enright, Joseph T. (Los Angeles, CA), 1955
Fadiman, C. P. (New York, NY), 1937
Faust Verlag (Praga, Czechoslovakia), 1934
Ferre, Luis A. (Ponce, Puerto Rico), 1959
Ferry, W. H. (New York, NY), 1957
Finch, George A. (Washington, DC), 1946
Fischer, Louis (New York, NY), 1949
Fisher, John (New York, NY), 1946
Flanders, Ralph E. (Springfield, VT), 1945-1959
Fleetwood, Wade B. (Miami, FL), 1954
Forbes, Russell (San Francisco, CA), 1956
Ford, Guy Stanton (Washington, DC), 1950
Fox, Mary (New York, NY), 1935
Frank, John P. (New Haven, CT), 1950-1951
Frank, Waldo (New York, New York) 1937
Frankfurter, Felix (Washington, DC), 1956, 1958
Freund, Max (New York, NY), 1954
Galbraigth, J. K. (Cambridge, MA), 1958
Garfield, Sidney (New York, NY), 1948
Gillies, Donald B. (Cleveland, OH), 1953
Gilpatric, Roswell (Washington, DC), 1962
Goldman, Albert (New York, NY), 1955
Haas, Robert (New York, NY), 1937
Halasz, Andrew (New York, NY), 1950
Hamilton, Fowler (Washington, DC), 1961
Hamilton, Frederick L. (Old Saybrook, CT), 1964
Harris, Reed (Washington, DC), 1953-1962
Harron, Robert (New York, NY), 1962
Hatcher, John B. (Washington, DC), 1943
Haydn, Hiram (New York, NY), 1948
Hays, Paul R. (New York, NY), 1954
Henderson, R. W. (Bakersfield, CA), 1936-1937
Heymsfeld, Ralph T. (New York, NY), 1953
Hoehler, Fred (n.p.), 1942
Hook Sidney (Stanford, CA), 1961
Hoover, John Adgar (Washington, DC), 1938
Jackson, C. D. (Washington, DC), 1954-1955
Keenan, Joseph B. (Washington, DC), 1948
Kennedy, Robert F. (Washington, DC), 1955, 1961
Kenyon, Theodore W. (Essex, CT), 1962
Kimball, Virginia (Washington, DC), 1946
Konvitz, Milton R. (Ithaca, NY), 1945-1954
Koshland, William A. (New York, NY), 1937
Kunitz, Mr. (n.p.), 1933
Kurland, Philip B. (Chicago, IL), 1954
La Follette, Robert M. (n.p.), 1939
Le Matin (Paris, France), 1924
Leman, Albert N. (Washington, DC), 1955
Lichtfield, Edward H. (Pittsburgh, PA), 1961
Lipsky, Louis (New York, NY), 1931
Livingston, Homer J. (Chicago, IL), 1956
Ljungberg, Gregory (Stockholm, Sweden), 1957
Luce, Henry (n.p.), 1947, 1954
Lyon, Alfred E. (New York, NY), 1954
McComas, O. Parker (New York, NY), 1954
McDonald, John (n.p.), 1952
Magnes, Judah L. (n.p.), n.d.
Mandel, Benjamin (Washington, DC), 1960
Margolies, Berg (Washington, DC), 1936
Mason, Alpheus Thomas (Princeton, NJ), 1954
Mills, Edward (Washington, DC), 1956
Minneapolis General Drivers, Helpers, Petroleum and Inside Workers Union Local No. 574 (Minneapolis, MN), 1934
Mooney, Tom (San Francisco, CA), 1935-1938
Morgan, J. H. (London, England), 1947
Moscoso, Teodoro (Caracas, Venezuela), 1961
Mumford, Lewis (Amenia, NY), 1937
Naville? (Paris, France), 1937
Neville, Sir Robert (Uplands Park Brook, Surrey, England), 1953
New York City. Police Department (New York, NY), 1963
New York County. County Clerk (New York, NY), 1959
New York Herald Tribune (New York, NY), 1939
Newsom, Earl (New York, NY), 1954
Newspaper Guild of New York (New York, NY), 1939
Nyaradi, Nicholas (Peoria, IL), 1950-1956
Olney III, Warren (Washington, DC), 1954
Overseas Press Club of America (New York, NY), 1962
Packer, Herbert L. (Stanford, CA), 1962
Paine, Ralph D., Jr. (New York, NY), 1946-1954
Patterson, William L. (New York, NY), 1934
Petrie, B. A. (n.p.), 1954
Poole, DeWitt C. (Cambridge, MA), 1944-1946
Puckette, Charles (New York, NY), 1938
Richardson, Wayne (New York, NY), 1955
Rostow, Eugene (Geneva, Switzerland), 1948-1950
Salwen, Milly (New York, NY), 1960
Sanf, Michael Harris (San Francisco, CA), 1954
Schlamm, William (New York, NY), 1945-1946
Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr. (Washington, DC), 1947-1963
Schwartz, Charles P., Jr. (Chicago, IL), 1958
Seely-Brown, Horace, M. C., Jr (Washington, DC), 1961
Seligman, Daniel, (New York, NY), 1965
Shafer, Boyd C. (Washington, DC), 1956
Sherwood, James D. (New York, NY), 1957
Shimer, W. B. (Detroit, MI), 1957
Sievert, Norman G. (n.p.), 1962
Silver, Rabbi Abba Hillel (Cleveland, OH), 1928
Slasko, Wanda G. (New York, NY), 1944
Smith, Reginald Heber (Boston, MA), 1952
Sokolsky, George E. (Otis, MA), 1939
Sonnenberg, Benjamin (New York, NY), 1954
Stamm, T. (n.p.), 1936
Staudinger, Else (New York, NY), 1948
Taggart, Arthur F. (Scarsdale, NY), 1954
Thomas, Norman (n.p.), 1934
Thompson, Rupert C., Jr (Providence, RI), 1964
Tresca, Carlo (n.p.), n.d.
Trilling, Lionel (New York, NY), 1947, 1962
U.S. Office of War Information (New York, NY), 1942-1943
Urban, Mrs. Joseph (New York NY), 1949
Vagts, Mrs. Alfred (Sherman, CT), 1958
Vambery, Rusztem (Washington, DC), 1947
Van Dusen, A. C. (Pittsburgh, PA), 1958
Vaudrin, Philip (New York, NY), 1939
Vaugham, Samuel S. (New York, NY), 1962-1963
Von Neumann, John (Washington, DC), 1955
Wachsmuth, Alex (Vienna, Austria), 1950-1951
Walker, Adelaide (n.p.), 1933
Warren, Charles (Washington, DC), 1943-1946
Wechsler, Herbert (New York, NY), 1947
Wechsler, James (New York, NY), 1940
Weed, Clyde E. (New York, NY), 1956
Weissman, George (New York, NY), 1954
Wheeler, M. I. (New York, NY), 1944
White, Mrs. Connie Burwell (n.p.), 1946
Whitney, William Dwight (New York, NY), 1952
Wohlforth, Robert Martin (Washington, DC), 1936-1937
Wyzanski, Charles E., Jr. (Boston, MA), 1946, 1954
Zeligs, Meyer A., M.D. (Carpinteria, CA), 1962
Zellerbach, J. D. (San Francisco, CA), 1953
Zionist Organization of America (New York, NY), 1929-1930
Correspondence of Sylvia Salmi Solow, 1965-1976
Unidentified (New York, NY), 1965
Bell, John (Salisbury, Rhodesia), April 3, 1968
Brainard, Mrs. Peter B. (Wilder, VT), n.d.
Dupee, Fred W. (Carmel, CA), 1975
Hook, Sidney (Stanford, CA), 1973-1976
Levine, Isaak Don (Waldorf, MD), 1975-1976
Lohf, Kenneth A. (New York, NY), 1976
Trilling, Diana (New York, NY), 1976
Trilling, Lionel (New York, NY), 1974-1975
Wald, Alan (Ann Arbor, MI), 1975-1976
Walker, Mrs. Adelaide (Wellfleet, MA), 1975
Weinstein, Allen (Northhampton, MA), 1975-1976
Speeches and Writings, 1927-1963
Liberty of the press, unpublished editorial, March 23, 1948. Memo on the Sloan MS., unpublished, June 30, 1961. War criminals, 1st draft editorial note, September 8, 1955.
After Madison Square Garden, The Modern Monthly, n.d.
The All-Purpose Executive, Fortune, n.d.
Anaconda: one face to the future, Fortune, January 1955.
`Automation': News behind the noise, Fortune, n.d.
The Beards catch the true rhythm of our civilization's rise, New York Evening Post Literary Review, April 30, 1927.
The biggest capitalist in Italy, Fortune, July, 1954.
Billion Dollar Sutler, first draft, 1962.
Bonds across the Sea, New York Herald Tribune, April 3, 1927.
The building of Nicaro, Fortune, July 1945.
The Canadian Pacific: Overdue, Fortune, August 1956.
Class war in Minnesota, The Nation, December 26, 1934.
Colleges are too cheap, Fortune, n.d.
Colonial big Five, Fortune, November 1952.
Coming revolt in the desert, The Nation, July 2, 1938.
The Company twice as big as Rhode Island, Fortune, March, 1961.
Conflict, unpublished first draft, August 29, 1960.
Conflict of interest: A legal nightmare, Fortune, n.d.
The Congo is in business, Fortune, November 1952.
Crown Zellerbach's Second growth, Fortune, January 1954.
Defaulting States, n.d.
Delrin: du Pont's Challenge to metals, published article, Fortune, August 1959. Printed copy. Also its Russian translation under title Istoriia Delrina, published in a Soviet magazine with no title of the magazine or date of the article. Printed copy.
Il diritto d'asilo: il caso Beduzzi (In Italian), Il Martello, July 18, 1938.
The drillings and diggings of Dr. Phillips, Fortune, February 1957.
Dunning Uncle Sam, New York Herald Tribune, March 27, 1927.
The Dutch get private dollars, Fortune, September 1954.
Fascists sit on governing boards of CP Fronts as Comintern revamps American apparatus, n.d.
For the protection of experimental education, The New Republic, April 20, 1932..
The Forceful Ferre family, Fortune, October 1959.
GSA: Washington's most durable mess, Fortune, August 1955.
Geochemistry: the prospector's new tool, Fortune, February 1959.
German writers say `Yes', The Nation, January 17, 1934.
Gerritt Smith, unpublished article, nd.d
Goldfine got a raw deal, Fortune, October 1958.
The Great Minneapolis strike, The New Leader, September 8, 1934.
Hardboiled rayonier, Fortune, n.d.
How NSF got lost in Mohole, Fortune, March 1963.
How not to award a Navy contract, Fortune, December 1960.
How not to conduct foreign policy: Palestine Desk, working draft, March 18, 1948.
How to talk to machine tools, Fortune, March 1962.
In defense of academic freedom, correspondence item published, The New Republic, n.d.
Inco's novel problem, competition, Fortune, May, 1957.
Inghilterra e Italia in Palestina, published article in an Italian newspaper, n.d. Originally in the Nation.
Inland Steel does it again, Fortune, July 1958.
Integrity of the Supreme Court, Fortune, February 1954.
Is G. M. a better risk than the U.S.? Fortune, August 1959.
KCL's third career, First draft. January 16, 1961.
Letters from abroad: unrest in Austria, The Menorah Journal, n.d.
La liberte d'opinion; un point de vue americain (in French), newspaper article, n.d.
Life and death of a scholar; Hedwig Hintze, 1884-1942. n.d.
A life for a life, some notes, n.d.
A little retirement, August 16, 1962,
The Medicine Men of Kalamazoo, Fortune, July 1959.
Mexico's problems discussed from both Mexican and American points of view - our mediavel heritage, New York Evening Post Literary Review, February 5, 1927.
Minutiae of left-wing literary history, Partisan Review, (1938?).
Moonlighting on Capitol Hill, unpublished draft for one-part article, March 21, 1960.
The network Congressman, unpublished draft typewritten, n.d.
The New York Hotel Strike, The Nation, February 28, 1934.
North American: a corporation deeply committed. Fortune, June 1962. In addition, correspondence relative to the article.
Once again: Western Unionism, Labor and Industry, November 28, 1934.
Operations research is in business, Fortune, n.d.
A political enemy of Mussolini's rule: Italy under Il Duce, and Don Luigi Sturzo, Democrat, views it, New York Evening Post Literary Review, March 26, 1927.
Private point four in Morocco, Fortune, September 1951.
The Problem of disloyalty, published newspaper article, n.d.
Profit hunters in Puerto Rico, published article, n.d.
A rather startling result, published article, n.d.
The realities of Zionism, The Menorah Journal, November-December, 1930.
Rebirth in Italy, The Memorah Journal, n.d.
Refugee scholars in the United States, The American Scholar, Summer, 1942.
Research report: Revere's ride, unpublished report, (June?) 1940.
The ripe problems of United Fruit, Fortune, March 1959.
Royal Little's remarkable retirement, Fortune, October 1962.
Science for sale at a profit, Fortune, March 1955,
So they did business with Samish, Fortune, April 1954.
Soft coal: how strong a comeback, Forutne, n.d.
Solow corrects Bishop story on `Peace League', published newspaper article, December 1939.
Mr. Solow thinks otherwise, The Nation, February 7, 1934.
The Soviet Industry of confession manufacture, newspaper article, Alert! n.d.
Stalinites hawk old fronts for new to shield pro-Nazi line, The New Leader, July 27, 1940.
Stalin's ambassador keeps his head, unpublished article, n.d.
Stalin's great American hoax: the League for Peace and Democracy, The American Mercury, n.d.
Stalin's secrets, editorial, n.d.
Stalin's spy scare, - American edition, unpublished article, n.d.
Story safari, short article, Fortune, September 1951.
Substitution, at left tackle: Hemingway for Dos Passos, Partisan Review, n.d.
Sweatshops in the home, The Nation, December 2, 1939.
The techniques of Communism, The American Teacher, May, 1941.
Those resourceful Greek shipping men, Fortune, October 1953.
Three-way payoff in Liberia, Fortune, April 1953.
Troyanovsky keeps his head, unpublished typewritten article, n.d.
TV payola on Capitol Hill, Life article, 2d draft, February 15, 1960.
The Unholy Alliance; how the Kremlin game of power politics played into Hitler's hand, n.d.
Union-smashing in Sacramento; the truth about the Criminal Syndicalism Trial, pamphlet, August 1935.
U.S. Foreing Policy, 1st draft, n.d.
U.S. may ship anti fascist to death, newspaper article, July 30, 1938.
Visas to freedom, December 20, 1956.
Voltaire and some Jews, The Menorah Journal, n.d.
War in Minneapolis, The Nation, August 8, 1934.
What next in Scottsboro?, draft, 1936?
What are the brain waves saying? The American Mercury, n.d. (Joint author with Dorothy Miller)
Whither the Soviet Bear, unpublished article, not present in the collection, 1939. Correspondence.
Who gets the sympathy?, The Open Forum, April 27, 1935.
Who is going to clean up Micaro?, Fortune, June 1953.
Why the silence?, The Jewish Criterion, January 13, 1933.
A year of the Stalin-Hitler pact, manuscript, n.d.
Book reviews, published in: The Menorah Journal, The Nation, The New Republic, The New York Evening Post Literary Review, The Social Frontier, and others, 1927-1938.
Subject File, 1930-1964.
Air bases, American - Morocco. Published articles, reports, correspondence, and newspaper clippings, 1951-1958.
Alderman, Sidney S., Background and highlights of the Nuernberg Trial, published in I.C.C. Practioners' Journal, November, 1946.
American Council of Learned Societies Project, Research into the Marxist experience of three American literary intellectuals: Herbert Solow, John Wheelwright, Sherry Mangan.
Antarctic treaty. The New York Times, October 26, 1958, newspaper article
Anti-communism. Newspaper clippings.
Arab countries. Newspaper articles published in several newspapers. 1958-.
Arendt, Hannah, `The Deputy': Guilt by silence?, published in New York Herald Tribune, February 23, 1964.
Aron, Raymond, Second thoughts on Suez; Super-powers can defy humanity; the rest cannot even assert their own interest, The New Leader, January 28, 1957.
Badeau, John S. Islam and the modern Middle East, Foreign Affairs, n.d.
Becher, Ulrich, Ein Nachwort zum Nuernberger Prozess, La Otra Alemania, Das Andere Deutschland, December 10, 1946.
Berger, Elmer, What doth anti-Zionism require of thee: to understand, to evaluate, to interpret, address at the American Council of Judaism, 18th Annual Conference, Chicago, IL., May 10, 1962.
Berle, A. A. Jr., Our role in Latin America, The Reporter, November 23, 1961.
Biow, Milton H. and the Biow Company. Reports and notes, 1953-1954.
Black, Justice Hugo L. Newspaper article, Black doubts suits for libel and legal, by Anthony Lewis, The New York Times, June 11, 1962.
Blakeney, Major Ben Bruce. International military tribunal, American Bar Association Journal, August 1946.
Borchard, Edwin, International law and international organization,n.d.
Brodersen, Arvid, Soviet Social Science and our own, Social Research, Autumn, 1957.
Bronfenbrenner, Urie. Challenge of the `New Soviet Man,' The New York Times Magazine, August 27, 1961.
Brooks, Alexander, letter to Mrs. Henry A. Bellows, 1950.
Buchanan, Thomas G. In defense of a theory, The New Leader, November 9, 1964.
Cannon, J. P., letter to Norman Mini, 1934.
Cardona, Miro, a statement on his resignation from Cuban Exile Council, The New York Times, April 19, 1963.
Carter, Justice Edward F. Press clippings, Gering Courir, 1947-1948.
Castro, Fidel. Newspaper clippings, and articles about Castro.
Catholic Church - Doctrinal and controversial works.
Censorship - Military speeches. Newspaper clippings, articles.
Chambers, Whittaker. Periodical articles, newspaper clippings, correspondence about him.
Chambers Whittaker, The faking of Americans, draft.
Civil rights - U.S.
Civil supremacy over the military.
Columbia College, Class of 1924.
Columbus Day United Anti-Fascist Committee, 1934. Open letter circular and an answer.
Communists for Cultural Freedom.
Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
Coughlan, Robert, The tangled drama and private hells for two famous scientists, Title of periodical unknown, n.d.
Foreign relations - U.S.
Politics and government, 1959-
Cuban Nickel Company
Dallin, David J. The first two stages Soviet designs in the Middle East, The New Leader, October 3, 1958.
Declaration on German atrocities, October 30, 1943.
DePugh, Robert Bolicar
Dewey, John, William James' morals and Julien Benda's, Commentary, n.d.
Dominican Republic - Politics and government
Donovan, James B., The Nuernberg Trials, speech delivered to the Federal Bar Association, October 24, 1946.
Douglas, Associate Justice William O. (U.S. Supreme Court), advance text of an address to be delivered October 28, 1946.
Draper, Theodore, Senator Fulbright's Cuban operation, and other articles, The New Leader, 1961, 1964.
DuBridge, L.A. Adventures in Space, and other articles, Engineering and Science, 1956-1961.
Dunmar, Cadet John H.
ECHO I Project, Press conference
Education - University of Chicago and Columbia University
Egypt - History - Intervention, 1956
Eisenhower, Dwight D., President, U.S.
Erickson, Ralph W.
Faget, Colonel Mariano
Fahy, Charles, The Lawyer in Military Government (Germany) the American Bar Association, October 29, 1946.
Federal Writers' Project. Work Progress Administration. The National Capital, A chapter from the Guidebook Washington: City & Capital. Washington, G.P.O., 1937.
Finkelstein, Lawrence S. Testing in the atmosphere, The New Leader, February 19, 1962.
Flanders, Ralph E.
Forkosh, Morris D.
Fortune magazine, inter office memoranda, 1945-1960.
Fortune magazine articles, Comments on 1953-1962
Fortune magazine, Law Department
Frank, John P. Disqualification of judges, Yale Law Journal, 1947.
Frankel, Charles. Is it ever right to break the law? New York Times Magazine, January 12, 1964.
Freund, Arthur J.
Friends, List of
Fritzsche, Hans, convicted of war crimes
Fullbright, James William, U.S. Senator
Goldwater, Barry U.S. Senator
Government and the Press - U.S.
Greenfield, Meg. The Seattle settlement; a cold war nightmare, The Reporter, May 24, 1962.
Gregory, Tappan, Murder is murder and the guilty can be punished, American Bar Association Journal, September 1946.
Gross, John, John Bull & John Profumo, Commentary, August, 1963.
Guantanamo, Cuba - U.S. Naval Base
Hankey, Lord, address delivered at a Foyles literary lucheon at Drocherster Hotel, n.d., about his book, Politics, trials and errors.
Harbison, Frederick, Two centers of Arab power, Foreign Affairs, n.d.
Hauptmann, Gerhart, clipping, n.d.
Herman R. B., a receipt of letters, May 10, 1941.
Herndon, Angelo. Memoranda, speeches, letter to the editor, relative to Angelo Herndon's defense.
Himmler, Heinrich. File memorandum, January 31, 1939.
Hirota, Koki versus Douglas MacArthur, et al. Case at the U.S. Supreme Court, December 20, 1948.
Hirschman, Albert O. Second thoughts on the `Aliance for Progress,' The Reporter, May 25, 1961.
Hiss, Alger, clippings, articles, correspondence about
Hobson, Wilder, a letter of January 8, 1962.
Hogan, Frank S., a newspaper clipping, 1958.
Hook, Sidney, The cunning of history, published article, The New Leader, May 11, 1964.
I. G. Farben-Industrie, newspaper clippings, n.d.
Iasny, Naoum, Le Plan septennal en U.R.S.S. (in French), n.d.
Internal security - United States
International Labor Defense
International Labor Defense, 5th National Convention, Cleveland, Ohio, October 8-9, 1932.
International military tribunal
Israel - Emigration and immigration
Jackson, Justice Robert H.
Jamia'at al Islam, Inc.
Jews in Poland
John Birch Society
John Reed Club
Johnson, Lynden B., President of the U.S.
Kelley, Fred C. Why I am pro-Russian, a reprint from Digest and Review Magazine, originally copy-righted 1944, by Kiwanis Magazine.
Kennedy, Robert F., U.S. Attorney General, a biographical sketch
Kentucky coal fields, students' visit to
Kern County Land Company
Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, Prime Minister of the U.S.S.R.
Khrushchev, Nikita S., On peaceful coexistence, published article, Foreign Affairs, October 1959.
Kline, George L., Education, published article, The New York Leader, June 16, 1958.
Lafollette, Robert M.
Lamb, Edward, Trial by battle,'; the case history of a washington witch-hunt, a published occasional paper, April 1964.
Laos -- We may have to fight. July 18, 1961.
Lehrman, Hal, How the explosion was set off in Algeria, The Reporter, June 12, 1958.
Lemkin, Raphael, Genocide, The American Scholar, March 1946.
Leontief, Wassily, The decline and rise of Soviet economic science, Foreign Affairs, n.d.
Levine, Herbert S. Prospects for Russia's economic expansion, The New Leader, May 25, 1959.
Liberty of the press
Lichtfield, Edward H.
Lipson, Leon, The Gargarin and Powers flights, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, n.d.
Lowe, James Trapier, Aviation and war, Air Affairs, September 1946, an excerpt from the article.
Luce, Henry R., Peace is the work of justice, an address delivered at the State Bar Association of Connecticut, October 23, 1956.
McCulloch, Warren S., M.D., Where is fancy bred? and other articles and lectures, 1960-1963.
McNamara, Robert S., newspaper clippings about him, New York Times, January 18, 1962.
Magnes, Judah L., For a Jewish-Arab confederation, Commentary, 1948.
Mallison, W. T., The incompatibility of the Zionist Israel legal claims to `The Jewish People' with the United States Constitution, summary of an address presented on May 11, 1962.
Mansure, Edmund F., newspaper clippings about and by him, 1955-1956.
Mexico - Foreign relations - U.S.
Mohrenschildt, George S. de, newspaper clippings
Morley, Felix, How blindly must generals follow the leader? Barron's, May 7, 1951.
Mundt, Karl E.
Murphy, Charles J. V., America's widening military margin, Fortune, August 1957; Chiang, our embattled ally, Life, October 6, 1961; Cuba, the record set streight, Fortune, September 1961.
Nash, George and Patricia, The other witnesses, The New Leader, October 12, 1964.
National Committee for the Defense of Political Prisoners, 1933-1935
National Sacramento Appeal Committee, 1936
The National Student League, 1932
Niebuhr, Reinhold, Reflections on democracy as an alternative to communism, Columbia University Forum, Summer, 1961.
Nixon, Richard Milhouse, President of the U.S., newspaper clippings, 1962.
Nolte, Richard H. and Polk, William R., Toward a policy for the Middle East, Foreign Affairs, n.d.
Non-Partisan Labor Defense, 1934-1936
The Northwest Organizer, 1937
Novak, Alan R., Man, his dog and birth control: a study in comparative rights, reprinted from the Yale Law Journal, June 1961.
Nuremberg Novelty, Outline history of the, typewritten outline, February 5, 1947.
Nuremberg Trial of major German war criminals, 1945-1946.
Nyaradi, Nicholas, 1950
Oil industries - Italy
Organization of American States
Origin of the war
Otrin, George W., Jr., Lieutenent, 2d
Packer, Herbert L., The Warren Report; a measure of achievement, The Nation, November 2, 1964.
Palmer, Ben W., The totalitarianism of Mr. Justice Holmes: another chapter in the controversy, American Bar Association Journal, November, 1951.
Pearson, Drew, JFK, press pal alike in views, newspaper clipping, n.d.
Peretz, Don, Arabs vs. Israelis: fiction and fact, Issues, Fall 1959.
Powel, Samuel Wesley, Jr., Governor. Time, May 4, 1962
Poyntz, Juliet Stuart, 1935-1940
Puerto Rico, 1967
Punta del Este, Conference of... Newspaper clippings, 1962.
Rappleye, Willard, C. Jr., & Murphy, C. J. V., A notable fiscal recovery, Fortune, August 1960.
Razran, Gregory, Soviet psychology and psychophysiology, Science, November 1958.
Rickover, H. G., Vice-Admiral, USN
Right wing politicians
Rivkin, Arnold, Israel and the Afro-Asian world, Foreign Affairs, n.d.
Robins-Gras case, 1934
Roche, John P., The limits of Kennedy's libralism, The New Leader, October 1, 1962.
Roosevelt, Franklin D., President of the U.S.
Rostow, Eugene V., Success or disaster? Ike's foreign policy, The New Leader, November 22, 1954. Printed copy. The report of the Attorney General's Committee in perspective, remarks delivered at meeting of Antitrust Section, New York State Bar Association, January 26, 1956. Printed copy.
Sacco and Vanzetti
Sacramento criminal syndicalism cases, (reprint) International Juridical Association Bulletin, Nobember 1935.
Samish, Arthur A.
Schlamm, William S. Germany and the East-West Crisis, extract, n.d.
Schuman, F. L.
Untitled draft of an article. Author unknown.
Baldwin, Roger, 1935
Hernodon, Angelo, The Scottsboro boys, four freed, five to go, pamphlet, August, 1937.
Kirchwey, Freda, August 31, 1935
Non-Partisan Labor Defense. Executive Board. What next in Scottsboro? preliminary draft statement, n.d.
Scottsboro Defense Committee, December 19, 1935-March 16, 1936.
Scottsboro Defense Committee. What the Nation's Press says about the Scottsboro case,n.d.
Scottsboro Joint Committee, Conference, October 9, 1935
Shapiro, Morris, 1936
Thomas, Norman, July 31-August 31, 1937
Seabury, Paul, The histronaut, Columbia University Forum, Summer 1961.
Shapiro, Samuel, Doing good in Latin America; can the Alliance make fast enough progress? The New Republic, December 4, 1961.
Sherman, Alfred, The Paris meeting on Soviet Jewry, The New Leader, October 10, 1960.
Smith, Willis, The Nuremberg trials, American Bar Association Journal, July 1946.
Socialist Party of America, 1934-1935
Space flight to the moon
Spaniards in exile - Mexico - Political activities
Spector, Frank, The problems of United Front against boss terror, mimeographed statement, January 4, 1933
Spies (includes material on Ruth Marie Rubens)
Stevenson, Adlai, Ambassador to the U.N., newspaper clippings
Stimson, Henri L., The decision to use the atomic bomb, published article, Harper's Magazine, February 1947.
Stone, Harlan F., Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court, January 1946
Taylor, Maxwell, General, USA
Taylor, Telford, Arms and the Germans,1950, published article, Harper's Magazine, n.d.
American Committee for the Defense of Leon Trotsky, February - March 1937
Beard, Charles A., March 1937
Confidential memorandum, January 26, 1937
Trotsky, Committee for Asylum for... November 14, 1934
Trotsky, Natalia Sedow, December 1949
Truman, Harry, S., President, United States, newspaper clipping, September 16, 1963
U-2 Incident, 1960
United Fruit Company, April 15, 1959
U.S. Airforce, newspaper clippings
U.S. Army - Public relations, March 4, 1948
U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, 1961-1962
U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
U.S. - Foreign relations - Russia
U.S. - Politics and government
U.S. President. Report to Congress. United States Aeronautics and Space Activities, 1961. January 1962.
U.S. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. Preparedness Investigating Sub-Committee. The B-70 report.1960.
U.S. Supreme Court, 1952-1959.
Van Fleet, James A., General, U.S. Army (Ret.) newspaper clippings, n.d.
Wald, Alan, The Menorah Journal moves left, essay, n.d.
Walker, Edwin A., Major General, U.S. Army
Ward, Barbara, A direction for the West, Saturday Review, January 27, 1962.
Wechsler, Herbert, The issues of the Nuremberg Trial, address read December 30, 1946; Remarks before a showing of the film Nuremberg -- its lesson for today, an address, December 28, 1950.
Wennerstrum affair, (Judge Charles, F. Wennerstrum presiding judge of the Southeast Generals Nuremberg war crime trial) February 28, 1948,
Whitney, Thomas P., The U.S. and the Dominicans, The New Republic, February 12, 1962.
Wohlforth, Robert Martin, U.S. Senator
Wolfson, Richard F. Review of The case of General Yamashita, by A. Frank Reel. Chicago, U, of Chicago Press, 1939. Pp. vi, 324, in The Yale Law Journal, Vol. 59 (January 1950), 384-5.
Wyzanski, Charles E., Jr., The Nuremberg war criminals trial, a printed communication to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, December 12, 1945.
Zionist Organization of Roumania
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings relative to: communism, labor, naziism, politics and government, etc.