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Folder 32

Women's National Republican Club Address, October 2, 1952

Box 136, Folder 1

American Meat Institute Address, October 6, 1952

Folder 2

Better Business Bureau of Milwaukee Address, October 8, 1952

Folder 3

Toledo Club Address, October 20, 1952

Folder 4

Bodine Electric Company Address, October 23, 1952

Folder 5

National Shoe Fair Address, October 27, 1952

Folder 6

Conference of Texas Industry Address, November 6, 1952

Folder 7

Pittsburgh Address, November 12, 1952

Folder 8

Business Economics Address, November 14, 1952

Folder 9

Columbia Chamber of Commerce Address, December 3, 1952

Folder 10

National Coffee Association Address, December 8, 1952

Folder 11

American Forum of the Air, December 14, 1952 (no text or notes)

Folder 12

Speeches, 1953

Folder 13

Ohio Society Address, January 12, 1953

Folder 14

Henry George School Address, February 5, 1953

Folder 15

Amherst College Address, February 11, 1953

Folder 16

Writing Paper Manufacturers Association Address, February 17, 1953

Folder 17

Cincinnati Address, March 5, 1953

Folder 18

Toledo Club Address, March 6, 1953

Folder 19

New York University School of Law Address, March 24, 1953

Folder 20

Boston Address, April 14, 1953

Folder 21

Indianapolis Advertising Club Address, May 7, 1953

Folder 22

Pacific Coast Electrical Association Address, May 13, 1953

Folder 23

Olmsted Falls High School Address, June 3, 1953

Folder 24

Cleveland Rotary Club Address, June 4, 1953

Folder 25

Los Angeles Republican Associates Address, July 22, 1953 (no text or notes)

Folder 26

Los Angeles Advertising Club Address, July 28, 1953

Folder 27

California Commonwealth Club Address, July 31, 1953

Box 137, Folder 1

Channel City Club Address, August 11, 1953

Folder 2

Santa Barbara Retired Businessmen Address, August 18, 1953

Folder 3

California Retired Teachers' Association Address, August 25, 1953

Folder 4

Pennsylvania Council of Republican Women Address, November 16, 1953

Folder 5

Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church Address, November 24, 1953 (n text or notes)

Folder 6

Michigan Bankers' Association Address, December 3, 1953

Folder 7

Industrial Advertising Symposium Address, December 14, 1953

Folder 8

Speeches, 1954

Folder 9

American Marketing Association Address, January 14, 1954

Folder 10

Public Relations Advisory Committee Address, January 15, 1954

Folder 11

Benjamin Franklin Luncheon Address, January 18, 1954

Folder 12

Women's National Republican Club Address, January 21, 1954 (no text or notes)

Folder 13

St. Louis Address, January 25, 1954

Folder 14

New Orleans Address, January 28-29, 1954

Folder 15

United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association Address, February 1, 1954

Folder 16

Cleveland Bar Association Address, February 10, 1954

Folder 17

Sales Executives Club Address, February 16, 1954 (no text or notes)

Folder 18

Pennsylvania Republican Women Address, March 5, 1954

Folder 19

Union Electric Company Address, March 9, 1954 (no text or notes)

Folder 20

Limited Price Variety Stores Association Address, March 11, 1954

Folder 21

Boston Address, April 6, 1954

Folder 22

Sarah Lawrence College Address, April 8, 1954 (no text or notes)

Folder 23

Women's National Republican Club Address, April 12, 1954

Folder 24

National Republican Club Address, April 26, 1954

Folder 25

Little Rock Address, April 29, 1954 (no text or notes)

Folder 26

Tulsa Address, May 3, 1954

Folder 27

Multiple Sclerosis Society Address, May 5, 1954 (no text or notes)

Folder 28

American Petroleum Institute Address, May 6, 1954

Folder 29

Public Utilities Advertising Association Address, May 14, 1954

Folder 30

Ohio Society Address, May 17, 1954

Folder 31

Princeton University Address, May 18, 1954

Folder 32

Advertising Association of the West Address, June 30, 1954

Folder 33

Los Angeles Advertising Club Address, August 10, 1954

Folder 34

California Commonwealth Club Address, August 31, 1954 (no text or notes)

Folder 35

Channel City Club Address, September 7, 1954 (no text or notes)

Box 138, Folder 1

Military Order of the World Wars Address, September 9, 1954 (no text or notes)

Folder 2

Materials Handling Society Address, September 17, 1954

Folder 3

Tulsa Chamber of Commerce Address, September 23, 1954 (no text or notes)

Folder 4

United States Independent Telephone Association Address, October 13, 1954

Folder 5

Commerce and Industry Luncheon Address, October 14, 1954

Folder 6

Cleveland Advertising Club Address, October 15, 1954

Folder 7

Henry George School Address, October 26, 1954

Folder 8

Building Products Executives Conference Address, November 5, 1954

Folder 9

T.V. Panel Discussion, November 26, 1954 (no text or notes)

Folder 10

Public Utilities Advertising Association Address, December 2, 1954

Folder 11

Speeches, 1955

Folder 12

United States Chamber of Commerce Address, January 28, 1955 (no text or notes)

Folder 13

Southeastern Electric Exchange Address, March 22, 1955

Folder 14

Illinois Bankers Association Address, June 9, 1955

Folder 15

Guaranty Trust Company Address, June 28, 1955 (no text or notes)

Folder 16

Jonathan Breakfast Club Address, August 23, 1955 (no text or notes)

Folder 17

Los Angeles Advertising Club Address, August 23, 1955

Folder 18

San Francisco Advertising Club Address, August 24, 1955

Folder 19

Cleveland Chamber of Commerce Address, October 4, 1955

Folder 20

Cleveland Address, October 4, 1955 (no text or notes)

Folder 21

New School Talk, October 6, 1955

Folder 22

Shreveport Community Chest Address, October 24, 1955

Folder 23

New Rochelle Women's Club Address, November 2, 1955

Folder 24

Dayton Advertising Club Address, November 3, 1955

Folder 25

Princeton University Address, November 10, 1955

Folder 26

Speeches, 1956

Folder 27

Philadelphia Bulletin Forum, January 22, 1956

Folder 28

Aware, Inc. Address, February 5, 1956

Folder 29

St. George's Alumni Address, February 8, 1956 (no text or notes)

Folder 30

Wausau Chamber of Commerce Address, February 28, 1956

Folder 31

10th District Club Address, March 13, 1956

Folder 32

Cleveland Graphite Bronze Address, March 24, 1956 (no text or notes)

Folder 33

Republican Associates of Los Angeles Address, April 18, 1956

Folder 34

Channel City Club Address, April 20, 1956 (no text or notes)

Folder 35

Women's National Republican Club Address, May 1, 1956 (no text or notes)

Folder 36

Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association Address, May 7, 1956

Folder 37

Wichita Dinner Club Address, May 8, 1956

Folder 38

Kansas City Club Address, May 9, 1956

Folder 39

Pomona College Address, May 10, 1956

Folder 40

Advertising Club of Springfield Address, May 15, 1956

Folder 41

Newsweek Sales and Editorial Staffs Address, June 21, 1956

Folder 42

San Diego Kiwanis Club Address, August 14, 1956 (no text or notes)

Folder 43

Los Angeles Advertising Club Address, August 28, 1956 (no text or notes)

Folder 44

Oregon Advertising Club Address, September 17, 1956 (no text or notes)

Folder 45

Seattle Advertising Club Address, September 18, 1956

Folder 46

New York Young Republican Address, September 27, 1956 (no test or notes)

Folder 47

Rye Presbyterian Church Men's Club Address, October 23, 1956

Folder 48

National Association of Manufacturers Campaign Addresses, 1956

Box 139, Folder 1

Building Products Executives Conference Address, November 9, 1956

Folder 2

Arkansas Economic Council Annual Meeting Address, November 14, 1956 (no text or notes)

Folder 3

National Industrial Conference Board Address, November 15, 1956

Folder 4

Santa Fe Statement, 1957

Folder 5

Philadelphia Board of Realtors Address, February 2, 1957

Folder 6

Dallas Women's Club Address, March 20, 1957 (no text or notes)

Folder 7

Marshall College Speech, April 8, 1957 (no text or notes)

Folder 8

University of South Carolina Address, April 15, 1957

Folder 9

Minneapolis 5.55 Club Address, May 6, 1957

Folder 10

Retired Professional and Business Men's Club Address, August 15, 1957 (no text or notes)

Folder 11

Shell Oil Management Course, November 15, 1957

Folder 12

Pennsylvania Council of Republican Women Address, November 21, 1957

Folder 13

Barnard College Lecture, December 3, 1957

Folder 14

Cleveland City Club Address, December 14, 1957

Folder 15

California Speeches, 1958

Folder 16

Montpelier Rotary Club Address, 1958

Folder 17

Yale Club Address, January 8, 1958 (no text or notes)

Folder 18

National Association of Music Merchants Address, March 25, 1958

Folder 19

Canton G.O.P. Workers Address, June 19, 1958

Folder 20

Wilmington Non-Partisan Committee Address, September 15, 1958

Folder 21

Los Angeles Advertising Club Address, September 30, 1958 (no text or notes)

Folder 22

Monterey Republican Address, October 6, 1958

Folder 23

Vermont College Address, October 11, 1958 (no text or notes)

Folder 24

Tax Foundation Address, October 27, 1958

Folder 25

Election Night Broadcast, November 4, 1958

Folder 26

Idaho Chamber of Commerce Address, November 17, 1958

Folder 27

Ohio Chamber of Commerce Address, November 20, 1958 (no text or notes)

Folder 28

Fifty Club Address (Cleveland), December 1, 1958

Folder 29

National Heating and Airconditioning Wholesalers Association Address, December 1, 1958

Folder 30

Baltimore Contemporary Club Address, January 16, 1959 (no text or notes)

Folder 31

United States Chamber of Commerce Address, January 29, 1959

Folder 32

Akron Rubber Executives Address, May 23, 1959

Folder 33

Tax Foundation Address, June 10, 1959

Folder 34

Young Presidents' Organization Address, September 11, 1959

Folder 35

Henry George School Address, September 16, 1959 (no text or notes)

Folder 36

Paris American Club Address, September 17, 1959

Folder 37

Ebasco Executives Conference Address, November 30, 1959

Folder 38

Republic Steel Corporation Film, December 3, 1959

Box 140, Folder 1

American Publishers' Association Address, January 21, 1960

Folder 2

Young Women's Republican Club of New York Address, February 25, 1960 (no text or notes)

Folder 3

San Francisco Republican Alliance Address, March 16, 1960

Folder 4

Phoenix Rotary Club Address, March 25, 1960 (no text or notes)

Folder 5

Republican Association Address, March 20, 1960

Folder 6

N.W. Ayer Awards, April 19, 1960 (no speech)

Folder 7

Women's National Republican Club Address, April 26, 1960

Folder 8

Newsweek Address, May 2, 1960

Folder 9

Southwest Public Relations Conference Address, May 4, 1960

Folder 10

Air University Command and Staff College Address, May 23, 1960

Folder 11

Houston Public Relations Society Address, May 25, 1960

Folder 12

Houston Rotary Club Address, May 26, 1960

Folder 13

Claremont College Address, June 5, 1960

Folder 14

Packard Bell Electronics Address, June 8, 1960 (no text or notes)

Folder 15

Illinois Chamber of Commerce Address, June 24, 1960

Folder 16

Schenectady Rotary Club Address, September 22, 1960 (no text or notes)

Folder 17

Hardware Manufacturers Association Address, October 18, 1960

Folder 18

Cleveland Academy of Medicine Address, October 21, 1960

Folder 19

Barnard College Address, October 25, 1960

Folder 20

Chicago Union League Club Address, October 27, 1960

Folder 21

Ohio Republican Addresses, November 1960 (no text or notes)

Folder 22

Drop Forging Association Address, November 11, 1960

Folder 23

New Orleans Members' Council Address, November 17, 1960

Folder 24

Carleton College Address, December 9, 1960

Box 141, Folder 1

Cuyahoga County Republican Organization Address, February 16, 1961

Folder 2

Barnard College Recording, February 1961

Folder 3

Vermont College Address, June 4, 1961

Folder 4

Republican Associates Address, June 16, 1961

Folder 5

Governors' Conference Address, June 27, 1961 (no text or notes)

Folder 6

Meet the Press broadcast, October 8, 1961

Folder 7

Cleveland Bar Association Address, November 9, 1961

Folder 8

NBC-TV Appearance, January 31, 1962 (no text or notes)

Folder 9

Princeton University Address, April 12, 1962

Folder 10

National Conference of Christians and Jews Address, April 17, 1962 (no text or notes)

Folder 11

Kansas Chamber of Commerce Address, April 24, 1962

Folder 12

Caltech Address, May 19, 1962

Folder 13

Los Angeles Town Hall Address, May 22, 1962

Folder 14

Pomona Republican Associates Address, June 8, 1962

Folder 15

87th Club Address, July 11, 1962

Folder 16

S.O.S. Club Address, August 15, 1962

Folder 17

New York Young Republican Club Address, September 11, 1962 (no text or notes)

Folder 18

California Addresses, September 18-28, 1962

Folder 19

Omaha Address, October 16, 1962

Folder 20

Tarrytown Fortnightly Club Address, October 22, 1962 (no text or notes)

Folder 21

American Mutual Insurance Alliance Address, October 30, 1962

Folder 22

Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce Address, November 26, 1962

Folder 23

Mackay-Shields Economic Forum, December 3, 1962 (no text or notes)

Folder 24

Eastside Young Republican Club Address, February 26 1963 (no text or notes)

Folder 25

Republican State Chairmen Address (Washington), March 1, 1963

Folder 26

Oklahoma City G.O.P. Address, April 5, 1963

Folder 27

Pima County Republican Women Address, April 10, 1963

Folder 28

Phoenix Rotary Club Address, April 12, 1963

Folder 29

Republican Workshops of Illinois Address, May 11, 1963 (no text or notes)

Box 142, Folder 1

New York Academy of Medicine Meeting, June 3, 1963 (no text or notes)

Folder 2

Atlanta Meetings, September 17-18, 1963 (no text or notes)

Folder 3

Detroit Economic Club Address, September 23, 1963

Folder 4

Cleveland Town Hall Address, October 9, 1963

Folder 5

National Management Association Address, October 25, 1963

Folder 6

Ohio Young Republican Address, December 14, 1963

Folder 7

Chicago Publicity Club Address, February 12, 1964

Folder 8

Association of National Advertisers Address, April 7, 1964

Folder 9

Southern Young Republicans Address, April 18, 1964

Folder 10

Loretto Heights College Address, May 28, 1964

Folder 11

Grier School Address, May 31, 1964

Folder 12

San Diego Republican Associates Address, June 24, 1964 (no text or notes)

Folder 13

Los Angeles Republican Associates Address, June 30, 1964 (no text or notes)

Folder 14

Channel City Club Address, July 7, 1964 (no text or notes)

Folder 15

California Commonwealth Club Address, July 10, 1964

Folder 16

American Bar Association Address, August 10, 1964

Folder 17

Henry George School Address, August 31, 1964

Folder 18

American Life Convention Address, October 15, 1964

Folder 19

Industrial Relations Society Address, October 22, 1964

Folder 20

Dutch Treat Club Address, October 27, 1964

Box 143, Folder 1

Republican Women of Pennsylvania Address, February 9, 1966

Folder 2

ABC-TV Appearance, February 11, 1966 (no text or notes)

Folder 3

Claremont College New Deal Seminar, February 23, 1966

Folder 4

ABC Appearance, May 1966 (?)

Folder 5

Claremont College Address, June 5, 1966

Folder 6

Dutch Treat Club Address, November 15, 1966

Folder 7

Shippensburg State College Address, March 30, 1967

Folder 8

Harvard Address, April 12, 1967

Folder 9

Johns Hopkins University Address, April 18, 1967 (no text or notes)

Folder 10

National Student Leadership Conference Address, April 22, 1967

Folder 11

Organization of American Historians Meeting, April 28, 1967 (Moley could not attend; Rosen read his comments) (comments not included)

Folder 12

Warner Library Address, May 25, 1967

Folder 13

Yale Political Union Address, September 26, 1967

Folder 14

New York Address, November 8, 1967

Folder 15

BBC Interview, March 13, 1968 (no text or notes)

Folder 16

Speech Association of the Eastern States Address, April 5, 1968 (no text or notes)

Boxes 144-184

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1910-1970

Scope and Content Note

Announcements, biographical sketch, clippings, correspondence, finances, itineraries, master's thesis, notes for doctoral thesis, programs, arranged alphabetically by physical form
Box 144, Folder 1

General. Includes honors received, enrollment papers at Columbia University, appointment as mayor of Olmstead Falls

Folder 2

Announcements and programs of speaking engagements

Folder 3

Biographical sketch

 

Clippings about Moley. May contain clippings about Today. See also OVERSIZE FILE

Folder 4

Undated

Folder 5

1910-1919

Folder 6

1920-1928

Folder 7-8

1929

Box 145, Folder 1

1930

Folder 2

1931

Folder 3

1932

Folder 4-6

1933

Box 146-147

1934

Box 148, Folder 1-2

1934

Box 155-159

1934

Box 148, Folder 3-5

1935

Box 149, Folder 1-4

1935

Box 159-162

1935

Box 150, Folder 1-4

1936

Box 151, Folder 1

1936

Box 163-167

1936

Box 151, Folder 2

1937

Box 168-171

1937

Box 151, Folder 3

1938

Box 171-174

1938

Box 151, Folder 4

1939

Box 174-176

1939

Box 152, Folder 1

1940

Box 177-179

1940

Box 152, Folder 2

1941

Box 179-180

1941

Box 152, Folder 3

1942

Box 181

1942

Box 152, Folder 4

1943

Box 182

1943

Box 152, Folder 5-7

1944

Box 182

1945

Box 152, Folder 8

1945-1947

Box 153, Folder 1

1948

Folder 2

1949

Folder 3

1950

Folder 4

1951

Folder 5

1952

Box 154, Folder 1

1953

Folder 2

1954

Folder 3

1955

Folder 4

1956

Folder 5

1957

Folder 6

1958

Folder 7

1959-1960

Folder 8

1960's

Folder 9

1961-1962

Folder 10

1963-1964

Folder 11

1965-1970

Box 183

Doctoral thesis on the presidential campaign of 1896, started in 1914, abandoned in 1916. Preliminary notes

Box 184, Folder 1

Finances. Includes rental agreement with Vincent Astor, book contracts

Folder 2

Master's thesis, Oberlin College, 1913

Folder 3

Receivership at St. Regis Hotel

Folder 4

Travel itineraries and papers. Includes correspondence about his vacation in 1946

Boxes 184-185

CLEVELAND PERIOD FILE, 1916-1923.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, correspondence, proposed legislation, notes, printed materials, programs, proposals, and reports, concerning Moley's involvement with the Americanization effort and his directorship of the Cleveland Foundation, mostly having to do with crime and the administration of justice, arranged alphabetically by Moley's affiliations. See also OVERSIZE FILE
 

General

Box 184, Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Clippings

Folder 7

Court cases

Folder 8

Legislation, proposed

Folder 9

Notes

Folder 10

Printed materials

 

Americanization effort

 

General

Folder 11

Clippings

Folder 12

Correspondence

Folder 13

Legislation, proposed

Folder 14

Notes

Folder 15

Printed materials

Folder 16

Programs for conferences and institutes for which Moley was a lecturer

Folder 17

Proposals and reports by various authors

 

Committees on which Moley served

 

Citizens' Bureau

Folder 18

Annual report

Box 185, Folder 1

Foreword to pamphlet on Czechs

Folder 2

Graduation exercises

Folder 3

Minutes

Folder 4

Cleveland Americanization Council

Folder 5

Committee on Americanization of the Ohio Institute for Public Efficiency. Draft and final report to the Ohio Council of Social Agencies, Moley, Herbert Adolphus Miller, and Juliette Sessions, authors

Folder 6

Committee on Immigration and Emigration. Minutes

Folder 7

Ohio State Council of Defense

 

State Department of Education, Division of Americanization

Folder 8

General. Includes programs for Teachers' Training Institute, Moley, lecturer

Folder 9

Report on federal leadership and legislation

Folder 10

Proposal for federal legislation on immigration

 

Cleveland Foundation, Moley, Director

 

General

Folder 11

Announcements of meetings to discuss survey results

Folder 12

Clippings

Folder 13

Correspondence

Folder 14

Finances

Folder 15

Notes concerning the policy of the Cleveland Foundation

 

Annual reports

Folder 16

1921

Folder 17

1923

 

Evaluations of implementation of survey suggestions

Folder 18

Five-year reports on the crime survey, Moley, Carlton K. Matson, unknown, authors, 1926. Typescript and photocopies

Folder 19

Report on the recreation survey, n.d. Typescript

Folder 20

Proposals for Cleveland Foundation projects, various subjects

 

Publications of the Cleveland Foundation, by Moley

Folder 21

An Outline of the Cleveland Crime Survey, 1922. Printed copy

Folder 22

A Review of the Surveys of the Cleveland Foundation, 1923. Printed copy

 

Subject file

Folder 23

Cleveland Association of Criminal Justice, eighth annual meeting

Folder 24

County jail, grand jury investigation

Folder 25

Radicals

Folder 26

Western Reserve University. Faculty appointment, general papers

Boxes 185-209

COLUMBIA PERIOD FILE, 1923-1933.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, correspondence, course materials, curricula, journals, memoranda, minutes, notes, pamphlets, printed materials, proposals, proposed legislation, reports, and speeches and writings relating to Moley's involvement with educational institutions, commissions, committees, conferences, surveys, reports, and investigations, mostly having to do with crime and the administration of justice, arranged by project. See also CORRESPONDENCE FILE and SPEECHES AND WRITINGS
 

General

Box 185, Folder 27

General. Includes memoranda and correspondence

Folder 28

Prosecution. Notes and data

 

Columbia University, Columbia Law School, and Barnard University, faculty appointment, 1923-1931

 

General

Folder 29

Clippings

Folder 30

Notes

Box 186, Folder 1-2

Notes

Folder 3-4

Printed matter

Box 187, Folder 1-2

Printed matter

 

Administrative papers

Folder 3

General

Folder 4

Committee on Instruction

Folder 5

Committee records

Folder 6

Correspondence with Dean Gildersleeve

Folder 7

Law School curriculum

Folder 8

Memoranda about a grant proposal

Folder 9

National Conference on the Science of Politics, September 7-11, 1925. Includes printed material, correspondence, notes, memoranda

Folder 10

"The Objectives of the School of Law of Columbia University," n.d. Typescript

Folder 11

Social Science committee

 

Course materials

 

General

Folder 12

Exams

Folder 13

Grade book

Folder 14

Hand-outs

Box 188, Folder 1

Lectures. Also see specific courses

Folder 2-3

Student papers

 

Courses

Folder 4

Principles of Politics

Folder 5

Theory and Practice of Politics. Includes administrative notes, etc.

Folder 6

Public Law 161-162

Folder 7

Government 2, "Public Opinion"

 

Government 7-8

 

General

Folder 8

Exams

Folder 9

Lectures and notes

Folder 189

"American Political Life"

Folder 1

Hand-outs

 

Lectures, arranged chronologically

Folder 2

1933

Folder 3-5

1934

Folder 6

1935

 

"Great American Political Personalities"

Folder 7

Notes for lectures on Theodore Roosevelt

Box 190, Folder 1

Student papers

 

Subject file

Folder 2-3

Death of politicians

Folder 4

Pocket veto

Folder 5

Political theories

Folder 6

President

Folder 7

President's cabinet, 1929

Box 191, Folder 1

Presidential Third Term

 

Controversy

Folder 2

Removal power

Folder 3

Borah, William E.

Folder 4

Bryan, William Jennings

Folder 5

Cannon, Joseph

Folder 6

Cleveland, Grover

Folder 7

Coolidge, Calvin

Folder 8

Curtis, Charles

Folder 9

Dawes, Charles

Box 192, Folder 1

Debs, Eugene Victor

Folder 2

Hanna, Mark

Folder 3

Hearst, William Randolph

Folder 4-5

Hague, Frank

Folder 6

Hoover, Herbert

Folder 7

House, Colonel Edward M.

Folder 8

Hughes, Charles E.

Folder 9

Hylan, John

Folder 10

Jackson, Andrew

Box 193, Folder 1

LaFollette, Robert M.

Folder 2

Lincoln, Abraham

Folder 3

Lowden, Frank O.

Folder 4

Osborne, Thomas M.

Folder 5

Raskob, John J.

Folder 6

Reed, James A.

Folder 7

Ritchie, Albert C.

Folder 8

Roosevelt, Franklin D.

Folder 9

Roosevelt, Theodore

Folder 10

Sinclair, Harry Ford

Folder 11

Smith, Alfred E.

Box 194, Folder 1

Smith, Alfred E.

Folder 2

Taft, William Howard

Folder 3

Thompson, William Hale

Folder 4

Tilden, Samuel J.

Folder 5

Walker, James J.

Folder 6

Walsh, Thomas J.

Folder 7

Weed, Thurlow

Folder 8

Wilson, Woodrow

Box 195

Government 117-118

Folder 1

Exams and course outline

Folder 2-3

Lectures

 

Subject file

Folder 4

Agriculture

Folder 5

Associated Press

Folder 6

Bias and propaganda

Folder 7

British parties

Folder 8

Campaigns

Folder 9

Chicago election, 1927

Folder 10

Court of Criminal Appeals

Folder 11

Court of General Sessions

Folder 12

Foreign language press

Box 196, Folder 1

Gilded age

Folder 2

Governmental research

 

History of American parties

Folder 3

Early Republican Party

Folder 4

Jeffersonian democracy

Folder 5

Democratic revolution

Folder 6

Wilsonism

Folder 7

Progressivism

Folder 8

Federalist system

Folder 9

Normalcy

Folder 10

1896, the great divide

Folder 11

History of the press to 1880

Folder 12

Immigration

Folder 13

Individualization in the treatment of offenders. Conference papers

 

Organizations with political purposes

Folder 14

Religion

Box 197, Folder 1

Labor

Folder 2

Anti-Saloon League

Folder 3

Police

Folder 4

Political corruption

Folder 5

Political parties - National conventions

Folder 6

Presidential campaign, 1928

Folder 7

Press

Folder 8

Public relations and propaganda

Folder 9

Radio

 

Commission to study proposal for a parole court, appointed by Governer Franklin D. Roosevelt, January-February 1930

 

Background materials

Folder 10

Clippings

Folder 11

Notes

Folder 12

Pamphlets and printed material

 

Internal papers

Folder 13

General

Folder 14

Legislation. Includes correspondence, suggested revisions by Moley

Box 198, Folder 1

Minutes, January 1930

 

Report

Folder 2

Printed copy, February 5, 1930

Folder 3

Appendix D

 

Subject file

Folder 4

Constitution and the corrections system

Folder 5

New York Crime Commission

Folder 6

Prison system, New York State. Address by Lieutenant Governor Herbert H. Lehman, January 26, 1930

 

Committee on the Administration of Justice, New York State, 1928-1933. Moley was Research Director, 1931-1933

 

Correspondence

Folder 7

General. In shorthand

Folder 8

Committee members. Includes Charles Burdick, Leonard Saxe, Harry D. Nims, George R. Fearon, Walter Westall, John L. Buckley

Folder 9

Other

Folder 10

Roosevelt, Franklin D.

 

Establishment of the committee

 

General

Folder 11

Clippings

Folder 12

Notes

Folder 13

Printed material and press release

 

Speeches and writings

Folder 14

Campaign speech on administration of justice, n.d. Partial draft, typescript

Folder 15

Speeches for Franklin D. Roosevelt on administration of justice, October 30, 1928 and n.d. Holograph, typescript and press release

Folder 16

"Justice in Our Courts: Shall We Have a State Commission to Report on its Administration?" written by Moley for John Knight, Jan. 1930. Holograph, typescript and printed

 

Internal papers

Folder 17

Background materials

Folder 18

List of studies under the auspices of the commission

Box 199, Folder 1

Legislation, proposed

Folder 2

Memoranda and proposals

Folder 3

Minutes, September 30, 1931

Folder 4

Notes. Holograph

Folder 5

Proposed Plan of Organization and Procedure. Includes work by Moley and Herman Oliphant. Holograph and typescript

 

Reports

 

Preliminary report, 1932

Folder 6

Draft, Moley author? Typescript

Folder 7

Summary. Typescript

Folder 8

Final. Printed copy

Folder 9

General. Printed matter, 1934

Folder 10

Report and recommendation on perjury, n.d. Typescript

 

Committee on the Administration of Justice (Contd.)

 

Sub-committee on the Simplification of the Penal Code

Folder 11

Crimes of a political nature, preliminary report, by Robert E. Cushman, April 1932. Typescript and correspondence

Folder 12

"Offenses Against the State Government and its Administration" by Robert E. Cushman, memorandum, June 1932. Typescript

Folder 13

Preliminary report on simplification of penal code, written by John MacDonald, June 1932. Typescript

 

Subject file

Folder 14

General

Folder 15

Court of General Sessions

Folder 16

Criminal law

Folder 17-18

History of the administration of justice, by state

Folder 19

Municipal court

Folder 20

Sentencing powers

Box 200, Folder 1

Supreme Court

Folder 2

Supreme Court justices

 

Committee on a Preliminary Survey of Research on Crime and Criminal Justice for the Social Science Research Council, 1926-1928?

Folder 3

General

Folder 4

"The Current Status of Research in Criminal Law Administration". Notes, holograph and typescript drafts

Folder 5

Internal papers. Includes reports, finances, memoranda, survey suggestions, minutes

 

Committee on Survey of the Chicago Crime Commission, 1926-1931?

Folder 6

Correspondence

 

Background material

Folder 7

General

Folder 8

Bulletin of the Chicago Crime Commission. Includes annual reports

Folder 9

Clippings

Folder 10

Criminal Justice, Journal of the Chicago Crime Commission

 

Internal papers

Folder 11

General

Folder 12

Materials assembled by the Operating Director, Henry Barrett Chamberlin

Folder 13

Minutes

 

Reports

 

By Moley

Folder 14

Notes

Box 201, Folder 1

Draft, n.d. Typescript

Folder 2

Typescript copy

Folder 3

By Lashly, Arthur V.

Folder 4

Comparison of the two reports

 

Subject file

Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Bail

Folder 7

Chief justice

Folder 8

Judicial personnel

Folder 9

Illinois and crime. Address by Frank Joseph Loesch to the Illinois Society for Mental Hygiene

Folder 10

Legal basis of the court

Folder 11

Ordinary criminal branches

Folder 12

Prosecution and defense

Folder 13

Special courts

 

Conference for designing a uniform offense classification for criminal statistics, called by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Bureau of the Census, 1931-1932

Folder 14

Background materials

Folder 15

Internal papers. Includes letters, memoranda, committee roster

Folder 16

Pamphlet for the American Bar Association based on the classification designed by the conference, written by L.C. Marshall. Typescript

 

Proposal

Folder 17

Drafts

Folder 18

Final copy

 

Crime Commission of New York State, 1926-1931. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, "An Analysis of the Work and Accomplishments of the Crime Commission of New York State," August 1928 and SUBJECT FILE, Crime Commission of New York - Reports

 

Correspondence

Folder 19

General

Folder 20

Baumes, Caleb H.

Folder 21

Gehlke, G.E.

Folder 22

Hoey, Jane

Folder 23

Knight, John

Folder 24

Smith, Herbert L.

Folder 25

Van Aernem, Harold N.

Folder 26

Willbach, Harry

 

Internal papers

Folder 27

General

Folder 28

Finances

Folder 29

Legislation, proposed

 

Public hearings

Folder 30

1926 June 11-November 23

Folder 31

1926 Nov. 9-10. Toronto and Kingston, Canada

Folder 32

1926 Nov. 11. Montreal, Canada

Box 202, Folder 1

1926. Digest of Hearings: Buffalo, Rochester, New York, Elmira

 

Sub-Commission on Causes and Effects of Crime

Folder 2

Background materials

Folder 3

Data

Folder 4

Notes and correspondence

Folder 5

Outline of work and tentative budget

Folder 6

Survey of causes of crime

Folder 7

Drafts of report on causes of crime. Includes "Popular Misconceptions Concerning Crime" by Moley. Typescript

 

Sub-Commission on Police

Folder 8

Draft of questionnaires

Folder 9

Notes on the committee by Moley

Folder 10

Preliminary Report: Questionnaire and Suggestions, December 6, 1926. Typescript

 

Sub-Commission on Statistics

 

Project for Uniform Criminal Statistics

Folder 11

General. Includes notes, forms for the collection of data

Folder 12

Proposals for state compilation of statistics. Includes proposed legislation

 

Statistical report, 1927, written by G.E. Gehlke and Moley

Folder 13

First draft. Typescript

Folder 14

Second draft and charts, with a foreword by Senator John Knight. Typescript

Folder 15

Final copy entitled "A Statistical Analysis of the Criminal Cases in the Courts of the State of New York for the Year 1925." Printed copy

Folder 16

Summary of the report. Typescript

 

Statistical report, 1928,

Folder 17

Draft 1. Typescript and holograph

Folder 18

Draft 2. Typescript

Box 203, Folder 1

Miscellany. Address by Joseph E. Corrigan before the Association of the Bar of the City of New York about the administration of criminal law, n.d. Typescript

 

Committee papers, after Moley was no longer research director, 1928-1931

Folder 2

Clippings

Folder 3

Legislation, proposals and commentary

Folder 4

Pamphlets and reports in the files of the Crime Commission, August 29, 1930

Folder 5

Press releases

 

Subject file

Folder 6

Chilean penal code

Folder 7

Psychiatry

 

Illinois Crime Survey, Illinois Association for Criminal Justice, 1926-1928

Folder 8

Background material

Folder 9

Clippings

Folder 10

Correspondence

Folder 11

Notes

 

Report on State's Attorney of Cook County

Folder 12

Outlines

Folder 13

Typescript

 

Investigation of Methods of Formal Accusations in Criminal Prosecutions for the Social Science Research Council, 1927-1929?

 

Correspondence

Folder 14

General

Folder 15

Chamberlain, J.P.

Folder 16

Clendenin, R.J.

Folder 17

Dougherty, Russel

Folder 18

Fuller, Hugh

Folder 19

Greenblatt, Helen

Folder 20

Jamison, W.C.

Folder 21

Miller, Justin R. Includes letters to Gordon Dean, his research assistant

Folder 22

Morse, Wayne L.

Folder 23

Moulton, Harold G.

Folder 24

Perkins, Rollin M.

Folder 25

Rawson, David F.S.

Folder 26

Smith, Mariana

Folder 27

State and county legal departments

Box 204, Folder 1

Waite, John B.

Folder 2

Ward, Margaret

 

Internal papers

Folder 3

Address lists

Folder 4

Background materials

Folder 5

Data from survey

Folder 6

Financial records

Folder 7

Instruction for field workers

Folder 8

Notes

Folder 9

Plan for the preliminary survey

 

Survey conclusions, by Wayne L. Morse

Folder 10

Judges

Folder 11

Prosecuting attorneys

Folder 12

Survey materials, form letters

 

Reports

 

"The Initiation of Criminal Prosecution by Indictment or Information" by Moley

Folder 13

Notes. Includes correspondence

Folder 14

Draft. Holograph

Folder 15

First draft. Holograph

Folder 16

Second draft. Holograph and typescript

Folder 17

Final version. Typescript

Folder 18

Draft of paper on the benefits of information over indictment

Folder 19

Summary. Draft

 

Joint Committee on the Improvement of Criminal Justice, representing the American Law Institute, the Association of American Law Schools, and the American Bar Association, 1931-1932

Box 205, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

American Law Institute reports. Includes "A Survey and Statement of the Defects of Criminal Justice," "A Plan for the Preparation of a Code of Criminal Procedure," and drafts of a "Code of Criminal Procedure"

Folder 3

Minutes, 1931

 

Report of the Joint Committee

Folder 4

Drafts, 1931. Includes suggested revisions by Moley, correspondence.

Folder 5

Final, 1931. Printed

Folder 6

Report to the American Law Institute concerning the recommendations of the Joint Committee, 1932. Typescript

 

Michael Report for consideration of establishing an Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology, 1928-1930

Folder 7

General

 

Stage 1 - Criminological survey

Folder 8

Internal papers

Folder 9

Tentative plan. Typescript copy

 

Preliminary reports. Contain drafts and/or critiques, correspondence

 

Moley - Criminal law administration

Folder 10

Background materials. Includes correspondence from A.M. Kidd, outlines, memoranda

Folder 11

Draft. Holograph and typescript

Folder 12

Partial draft. Typescript

Folder 13

Typescript

Box 206, Folder 1

Brasol, Boris - European criminological institutes

Folder 2

Gehlke, G.E. - Statistics of crime, foreign survey crime

Folder 3

Karpman, Benjamin - Mental disorders and crime

Folder 4

Miller, Dean - Criminal law and procedure

Folder 5

Sellin, Thorsten - Foreign criminological institutes

Folder 6

Smith, Bruce - Police administration

Folder 7-9

Sutherland, Edwin H. - Treatment of offenders

Folder 10

Thomas, W.I. - Crime causation and prevention

Folder 11

Thorton, Agnes - Educational work

Folder 12

Tulin - European survey

 

Stage 2 - Proposals for establishing an institute

Folder 13

General

Folder 14

Memorandum of preliminary questions for establishing an Institute by Jerome Michael

Folder 15

"Memorandum Concerning an Institute of Criminology Based Upon a Memorandum by Jerome Michael" by Moley

Folder 16

"Memorandum on an Institute of Criminology" by Moley. Holograph and typescript

Folder 17

Proposals by other staff members

Folder 18

Missouri Association for Criminal Justice, 1925-1926. Includes memoranda and correspondence

 

National Crime Commission, 1926-1930?

 

Committee on Criminal Statistics, Records and Research

Folder 19

Committee roster

Folder 20

Correspondence

Folder 21

Notes

 

Subject file

Folder 22

General

Folder 23

Uniform crime records, International Association of Chiefs of Police

 

Internal papers

Folder 24

General

Folder 25

Clippings

Box 207, Folder 1

Press releases

Folder 2

Proposed program for the Commission

Folder 3

Reports of the Sub-committee on Pardons, Parole, Probation, Penal Laws and Institutional Correction. Relates to the police and the courts, and criminal statistics and identification

Folder 4

Reports prepared by National Institute of Public Administration. Relates to administration of justice and criminal complaint records

Folder 5

Pamphlet concerning crime commissions. Holograph and typescript

 

Payroll robberies

 

Correspondence

Folder 6

General

Folder 7

Letters endorsing the report

Folder 8

Letters dissenting from the report

 

Internal papers

Folder 9

General

Folder 10

Clippings

Folder 11

Information regarding payroll robberies

 

Report

 

Tentative report

Folder 12

Draft

Folder 13

Partial copy

Folder 14

Typescript

 

Final report

Folder 15

Draft

Folder 16

Press release, August 11, 1930

 

Seabury Investigations, 1930-1932

Folder 17

General

 

Investigation of Magistrates' Court, December 1930-1931

Folder 18

General. Includes notes, clippings, supporting data

Folder 19

Correspondence

Folder 20

Memorandum regarding methods of the investigation, December, 1930

 

Final report, significant portions written by Moley for Samuel Seabury

Folder 21

Notes

Box 208, Folder 1

Draft

 

Final version

Folder 2

Part I. Printed copy

Folder 3

Part II. Printed copy

 

Investigation of the District Attorney, Thomas C.T. Crain, 1931. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS

 

Charts for testimony

Folder 4

Charts A-N (except E)

Folder 5

Supporting materials, charts A-N

Folder 6

Charts 1-12, with supporting data

Folder 7

Other charts

Folder 8

Memorandum to Seabury

 

Clippings

Folder 9

General

Folder 10

Moley's testimony at the Crain investigations

Folder 11

Correspondence

Folder 12

Finances

 

Legal documents

Folder 13

Report and Opinion of Samuel Seabury, commissioner. Printed copy

Folder 14

Memorandum for Respondent, by Samuel Untermyer and Siegfried F. Hartman, counsel to Thomas C.T. Crain. Printed copy

 

Memoranda written by Moley to Seabury

Folder 15

District Attorney's office

Folder 16

Statistical evidence

 

Investigation of Mayor James J. Walker, 1931-1932. Moley did not participate in this investigation

Folder 17

Article

 

Clippings

Box 209, Folder 1-2

General

Folder 3

Arranged chronologically

 

Notes

Folder 4

General

Folder 5

Impeachment trials. Notes prepared by Moley for Franklin D. Roosevelt

Folder 6

Survey of Criminal Justice in Virginia, 1929?

 

University of California, Bureau of Public Administration, 1930-1931

 

Internal papers

Folder 7

Background materials

Folder 8

Memoranda, letters

Folder 9

Notes

 

Reports

Folder 10

"A Project on Prosecution in California" by Moley. Draft and final copy

 

"Report Concerning Work in the Administration of Criminal Justice in the Bureau of Public Administrator, University of California" by Moley

Folder 11

Draft

Folder 12

Final version

Boxes 209-217

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT FILE, SCHEDULE B, 1932-1934.

Scope and Content Note

Charts, clippings, correspondence, job applications, mementoes, memoranda, minutes, notes, press statements, printed materials, records, reports, speeches and writings and telegrams relating to the presidential campaign of 1932, Moley's role as advisor to Roosevelt, federal police agencies and the possible extension of their functions and the London Monetary and Economic Conference, arranged by subject. See also OVERSIZE FILE and FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT FILE, SCHEDULE A
 

Presidential campaign, 1932

 

Background materials. Many of the files contain printed texts of speeches

Box 209, Folder 13

Coolidge, Calvin

Folder 14

Foreign affairs

Folder 15

Garner, John Nance

 

Hoover, Herbert

Folder 16

Campaign speeches

Box 210, Folder 1

Clippings and articles, July 25 -Oct. 24, 1932

Folder 2

Commentary on a speech by Hoover

Folder 3

Mills, Ogden L.

Folder 4

Republican and Democratic party platforms

Folder 5

Republican National Convention. Acceptance speeches by Herbert Hoover and Charles Curtis

Folder 6

Printed matter

Folder 7

Smith, Alfred

Folder 8

Walsh, Thomas J.

 

Campaign speeches and articles

Folder 9

General

Folder 10

"An Interpretation," December 10, 1932. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 11

Clipping, speeches and articles

Folder 12

Correspondence

Folder 13

Mementoes from campaign tour of western states, September -October, 1932

 

Roosevelt administration. Moley was an advisor and, in 1933 Assistant Secretary of State

Folder 14

General

Folder 15

Applications for diplomatic appointment

Folder 16

"Our State Department Speeds Up," New York Times Magazine, June 4, 1933. Published under the name of Celeste Jedel, perhaps written by Moley. Holograph, typescript and printed copy

 

Letters

Folder 17

General

 

Unsolicited, from general public

Box 211, Folder 1

General. Includes a transportation plan by Cyrus Kehr. Typescript

Folder 2

Agriculture

Folder 3

Aviation

Folder 4

Budget

Folder 5-8

Crime survey undertaken in 1933, last names A-F

Box 212, Folder 1-7

Crime survey undertaken in 1933, last names G-Z

Box 213, Folder 1

Depression relief

Folder 2

Farm relief

Folder 3

Freight rates

Folder 4

Housing

Folder 5

Manchuria

Folder 6

Money

Folder 7

Muscle Shoals

Folder 8

Public works

Folder 9

Stamped money

Folder 10

Tariff

Folder 11

Tax exemption

Folder 12

Tax policy

Folder 13

Unemployment relief

Folder 14

War debts

 

Federal police agencies and the possible extension of their functions. Report to the president

Box 214, Folder 1

General. Includes clippings, press statements, notes

Folder 2

Background materials on kidnapping, rackets, Scotland Yard and automobile larceny

Folder 3

Chart of proposed organization of federal police agencies

Folder 4

Correspondence. Includes letters from Earl Warren, Bruce Smith, William Draper Lewis, Frances Perkins

 

Materials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation

Folder 5

Bibliography

Folder 6

Memoranda on crime and criminal justice

Folder 7

Photostats and charts

Folder 8

Memoranda and minutes concerning reorganization of federal police agencies. Includes memorandum by Earl Warren

 

"Report on the Federal Enforcement of Criminal Law, with Particular Reference to the Major Crimes of Kidnapping and Racketeering, First Section," May 15, 1934

Folder 9

Draft, edited by Joseph B. Keenan. Typescript

Folder 10

Final version. Typescript

 

London Monetary and Economic Conference, 1933. See also SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE

Folder 11

General

Folder 12

Legislation, proposed

Folder 13

Memoranda and proposals

Folder 14

Press releases and internal memoranda, May 3 -July 22, 1933

 

Records, official

Folder 15

Economic Commission

Box 215, Folder 1

League of Nations Journal of the Monetary and Economic Conference

Folder 2

List of participants

Folder 3

Minutes

Folder 4

Monetary and Financial Commission

 

Telegrams, correspondence and addresses from the London Conference

Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Summary of content by telegram number

Folder 7

1-40

Folder 8

42-69

Box 216, Folder 1

70-87

 

Mementoes

Folder 2

General

 

Invitations, programs and calling cards

Folder 3

General

Folder 4

Roosevelt, Franklin D.

Folder 5

Presidential Inauguration, March 4, 1933

 

Subject file

Box 217, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Folder 3

Finances/Depression relief

Folder 4

Nazism in the United States

Boxes 217-220

POLITICAL FILE, 1932-1957.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, correspondence, notes, and speeches and writings relating to mayoral and presidential campaigns. Contains speeches ghostwritten by Moley, arranged chronologically by campaign and thereunder alphabetically by candidate. For campaign materials from Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1932 campaign, see the FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT series, SCHEDULE B
 

General

Box 217, Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Notes

 

Campaigns

Folder 7

New York State Convention, October 1932. Clippings

 

New York City mayoral campaign, 1933, Joseph V. McKee, candidate

Folder 8

Clippings

Folder 9

Speeches for McKee, some ghostwritten by Moley. Holograph and typescript

 

Writings by McKee

Folder 10

"A Serious Problem", n.d. Typescript

Folder 11

"'The American Hebrew' and 'The Catholic World'", n.d. Typescript

Folder 12

Statement for Recovery Party, April 9, 1934. Typescript draft and final version

 

Presidential campaign, 1940

Folder 13

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 14

General. Includes Russel Davenport, Edward J. Flynn, and Joseph W. Martin

Folder 15

Landon, Alfred M.

Folder 16

Smith, Paul C.

Folder 17

Willkie, Wendell L.

 

Republican platform at the Republican National Convention, June 20, 1940

Folder 18

Notes, holograph and typescript drafts

Folder 19

Draft by Bruce Barton and William Allen White. Typescript

Folder 20

Speeches for Thomas E. Dewey, n.d. Holograph and typescript. Includes correspondence

 

Speeches for Wendell L. Willkie

Folder 21

General, n.d. Typescript

Folder 22

Speech I, "The Enemies Within the Gates," n.d. Holograph and typescript drafts

Box 218, Folder 1

Speech II, "Creeping Collectivism," n.d. Holograph and typescript drafts

Folder 2

Speech III, "Creeping Despotism," n.d. Holograph and typescript drafts

Folder 3

Speech on defense, n.d. Notes, holograph and typescript

Folder 4

"Youth and Industrial Horizons," n.d. Notes and outline

Folder 5

Radio broadcast, week of October 14. Suggested answers to questions submitted, dictated by Moley. Holograph and typescript

 

Response to Franklin D. Roosevelt's speech, October 23, 1940

Folder 6

Franklin D. Roosevelt's speech. Typescript

Folder 7

Moley's response. Typescript

Folder 8

John Burton's and Shepperton's response. Typescript

Folder 9

Speech to women, October 27, 1940. Holograph and typescript

 

New York State gubernatorial campaign, 1942, Thomas E. Dewey, candidate

Folder 10

Compilation of Dewey's speeches. Typescript

 

Correspondence

Folder 11

General

Folder 12

Dewey, Thomas E.

 

Speeches

Folder 13

Speech on the future of New York State, n.d. Holograph and typescript

Folder 14

"The Road Ahead," May 9, 1942. Holograph, typescript and press release

Folder 15

Speech, May 13, 1942. Holograph

Folder 16

Speech on the war, May 17, 1942. Press release

Folder 17

"Roads Ahead," May 28, 1942. Press release

Folder 18

"Agents for Freedom," June 23, 1942. Press release

Folder 19

Speech to Republican women on voting, October 5, 1942. Holograph and typescript

Folder 20

"The Rediscovery of America," October 12, 1942. Notes, holograph and typescript

Folder 21

Inauguration speech. Typescript

 

Presidential campaign, 1944

 

John W. Bricker's campaign for the Republican nomination

Folder 22

Clippings

Folder 23

Correspondence. Includes letters from Alfred M. Landon, J.W. Love, John A. Lloyd, and Kyle Palmer, and to John W. Bricker

Folder 24

Notes

 

Speeches

Folder 25

General, n.d. Holograph and typescript

Folder 26

"Our Covenant with the Future," n.d. Holograph and typescript

Folder 27

Speeches for Lincoln Day. Press release

Folder 28

Speech for Nebraska Day, March 6, 1943. Press release

Folder 29

Speech on post-war policy, June 25, 1943. Typescript and press release

Folder 30

Speech on the Constitution, Sept. 17, 1943. Press release

Folder 31

Speech on post-war policy, Dec. 11, 1943. Press release

 

Thomas E. Dewey's campaign for the presidency

Folder 32

Correspondence. Includes letters to and from Thomas A. Dewey and from George B. Harris

 

Keynote address, delivered by Earl Warren at the Republican National Convention

Folder 33

Draft and letter by Earl Warren

Folder 34

Drafts. Notes and typescript

Box 219, Folder 1

Final version. Typescript and printed copy

 

Speeches, n.d.

Folder 2

General. Holograph

Folder 3

Campaign speech by Dewey. Typescript draft

Folder 4

"Safeguarding our Youth for Tomorrow." Typescript

 

Presidential campaign, 1948, Thomas E. Dewey, candidate

 

Correspondence

Folder 5

General. Includes letters from John Foster Dulles and Elliott V. Bell

Folder 6

Dewey, Thomas E.

 

Keynote address at the Republican National Convention, delivered by Dwight H. Green, June 21, 1948

Folder 7

Background materials

 

Speech

Folder 8

Draft 1. Holograph and typescript

Folder 9

Draft 2. Typescript. Includes correspondence

Folder 10

Printed copies

 

National conventions

Folder 11

Democratic

Folder 12

Republican

Folder 13

Notes

Folder 14

Printed matter

 

Speeches

Folder 15

Speech on the president as chief executive. Draft and final version, n.d. Typescript

Folder 16

Speech, n.d. Holograph

Folder 17

"The Indispensable Foundations of Freedom," March 1948. Holograph and typescript

 

Presidential campaign, 1952, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, candidate

Folder 18

Background materials

 

Correspondence

Folder 19

General

Folder 20

Eisenhower, Dwight D.

Folder 21

Notes for campaign addresses

 

Speeches

Folder 22

General

Folder 23

"A Time to Keep and a Time to Cast Away," August 1952. Typescript and supporting papers

 

Speeches, most of them ghostwritten by Moley

Folder 24

General, 1944-1956. Includes speeches for John Roosevelt, Mrs. Helen? Astor, Juan Terry Trippe, Allie S. Freed? and Robert Humphreys?

 

Farley, James A.

Folder 25

General, 1934-1957. Holograph, typescript, and printed

Folder 26

Address on national issues facing the Democrats, April 15, 1936. Holograph, typescript and printed copy

 

Address at Louisiana State University commencement exercises, May 31, 1937

Box 220, Folder 1

Correspondence

Folder 2

Text. Holograph and typescript drafts and printed copy

Folder 3

Hays, Will, 1934-1941. Holograph and typescript

Folder 4

Landon, Alfred M. 1941-1943. Holograph and typescript

Box 220

EDITORIAL FILE.

Scope and Content Note

Editor of Today, 1933-1937. Contributing editor of Newsweek,1937-1968. Articles, clippings, correspondence, memoranda, press releases, publicity, travel itineraries, and writings relating to Moley's editorial positions with Todayand Newsweek, arranged alphabetically by physical form. See also SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE
Box 220, Folder 5-6

General. Includes correspondence, finances, memoranda, travel itineraries

Folder 7

Articles and/or leads for Today and Newsweek

Folder 8

Clippings

Folder 9

"A Correction," Today, January 30, 1934. Typescript and printed version

Folder 10

Correspondence about articles on consumer credit, January-April 1934. Includes essays by Milan V. Ayres, N.R. Neifeld, Louis N. Robinson, Roy F. Bergengren, A.H. Ham

Folder 11

Merger of Today and Newsweek. Includes memoranda, correspondence and press releases

Folder 12

Publicity, especially advertising Moley and his column

Folder 13

Work-related dinners

Boxes 221-246

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1914-1968.

Scope and Content Note

Articles, drafts, notes, reviews and speeches, arranged chronologically. See CLEVELAND PERIOD FILE and COLUMBIA PERIOD FILE for speeches and writings in the context of Moley's work there. See also OVERSIZE FILE and SPEECHES, 1932-1960
 

General

Box 221, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Americanization

Folder 3

Book reviews, 1923 and 1924

 

Crime. Articles appearing in the New York Times, November 1928-August, 1932

Folder 4

List of articles

 

Printed copies

Folder 5

General, some written by Celeste Jedel

Folder 6

"Behind the Graft in Our Cities," April 10, 1932. Holograph, typescript and clipping

Folder 7

Crime and the administration of justice

Folder 8

Information received from Ernest K. Lindley

Box 222, Folder 1

Information received from John Willis Love

Folder 2-3

Newsweek reprints

Folder 4

Poems, quotations and jokes

Folder 5

"The Academic Man in Politics," n.d. Typescript

Folder 6

Address on lawyers and reform, n.d. Typescript

Folder 7

Address on political leadership, n.d. Notes

Folder 8

"Analysis Finds Big Cracks in GOP Civil-Rights Plank," n.d. Printed copy

Folder 9

Articles on the Cleveland Foundation, n.d. Typescript

Folder 10

Article on extortion, n.d. Holograph and typescript

Folder 11

Article on the Grand Jury, n.d. Typescript

Folder 12

Article on Charles F. Murphy, n.d. Typescript

Folder 13

Article on Tammany Hall, n.d. Holograph and typescript

 

Autobiography, n.d. Typescript

Box 223

Printed version

 

Book I

Box 223, Folder 1

Part I, "Olmstead Falls," Chapters 1-10

Folder 2

Part II, "Cleveland," Chapters 11-20

 

Book II

Folder 3

Chapters 1-10

Folder 4

Chapters 11-19

Folder 5

Chapters 20-24

Box 224, Folder 1

"'Bombshell' Anniversary Marks F.D.R. Mistake," n.d. Printed copy

Folder 2

"The Dispossessed Reply," by Moley and Rene A. Wormser, n.d. Review of The Dispossessed of 1962, by Daniel Bell. Typescript

Folder 3

Editorial comment on Movietone Criminal Identification by David A. Krosnick, n.d. Printed copy

Folder 4

"Fighting Issue," n.d. Printed copy

Folder 5

"Government in a Changing Age," n.d. Typescript

Folder 6

"The Irrepressible Conflict", Today, n.d. Printed copy

Folder 7

"The Literary Crimewave," The Survey, n.d. Review of The Elements of Crime by Boris Brasol and The Criminal and His Allies by Marcus Kavanagh. Printed copies

Folder 8

"Locke and Montesquieu Compared as to the Separation of Powers," n.d. Typescript

Folder 9

"The Middle Man and the Divorce Court," by Moley and Manuel Levine, n.d. Typescript

Folder 10

"Mixing Politics and Social Work," n.d. Typescript

Folder 11

"The Nixon Tragedy," n.d. Typescript

Folder 12

"Official Corruption, the Public and its Curious Opinions," n.d. Typescript. Includes background materials

Folder 13

The Outline of Government in the United States, revised edition, by Moley, assisted by Helen M. Rocca, 1925. Printed copy

 

"Private War Against Public Enemies," n.d.

Folder 14

Drafts. Holograph and typescript

Folder 15

Background materials

Folder 16

Clippings about Al Capone

Folder 17

"A Prospect for Lively Banking History," n.d. Typescript

Folder 18

"Public Prosecution in England and Canada," n.d. Written by Moley? Typescript

Folder 19

"Public Spirit: The Life of Democracy," n.d. Typescript

Folder 20

Radio broadcast on the National Recovery Administration, n.d. Typescript

Folder 21

Review of William E. Borah, American Problems, A Selection of Speeches and Prophecies, Political Science Quarterly, n.d. Printed copy

Folder 22

Review of Twenty Thousand Years in Sing Sing by Lewis E. Lawes, n.d. Typescript

Folder 23

"Twentieth Century American Politics," n.d. Holograph

Folder 24

"Who Should Judge Presidential Inability?" by Moley and Raymond Moley, Jr., n.d. Typescript

 

"Justice Through Common Sense: The Conciliation Court," October 31, 1914. See OVERSIZE FILE, Box 274

Folder 25

Addresses on domestic issues, ca. 1914-1918

Folder 26

Addresses on immigration, ca. 1914-1918

Folder 27

Addresses on war, ca. 1914-1918

Folder 28

"The Municipal Court of Cleveland," National Municipal Review, July 1916. Notes and printed

 

"The Middleman in Divorce," December 2, 1916. See OVERSIZE FILE, Box 274

Box 225, Folder 1

Lessons in American Citizenship, 1917. Includes "Cooperative Citizenship: A Teacher's Syllabus". Typescript and printed copy

 

"Representing All the People," December 22, 1917. See OVERSIZE FILE, Box 274

Folder 2

"World Meaning of the Election," Cleveland Press, November 2, 1918. Printed copy

Folder 3

Lessons in Democracy, 1919. Clippings, reviews and contract

 

Study of immigrants' opinions, based on interviews by Joseph Remenyi. Begun in 1919, never completed

 

General

Folder 4

General

Folder 5

Clippings

Folder 6

Correspondence

Folder 7

Notes (perhaps by a research assistant named Deak)

 

Remenyi's papers

Folder 8

Compilation of quotations from interviews

Folder 9

Data

Folder 10

Descriptions of individuals

Folder 11

Forms used in the interviews

Folder 12

Memoranda

 

Moley's interpretations of Remenyi's interviews

Folder 13

Notes

Box 226, Folder 1

Forewords, introductions and explanations

Folder 2

Drafts

Folder 3

Partial summary, 1969

Folder 4

"Reconstruction in Civic Education," Ohio History Teachers' Journal, January 1919. Printed copy

Folder 5

Review of Proceedings of the National Conference of Social Work, 45th Session, 1918 and American Charities, by Amos G. Warner, National Municipal Review, May 1919. Printed copy

Folder 6

An Outline of the Cleveland Crime Survey, 1922. Printed copy

Folder 7

"Civic Bodies and Good Government," Realty Record, July 1923. Printed copy

Folder 8

"Civic Interest and Crime in Cleveland," National Municipal Review, October 1923. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Educational Purposes are Being Transformed," Barnard Bulletin, December 4, 1925. Printed copy

Folder 10

"The Practice of Politics," 1926. Typescript with correspondence, notes and clippings

 

State Crime Commission: What They Are, How They Should Be Organized, What They Should Do

Folder 11

Draft

Folder 12

Second draft of Part V

Folder 13

Printed copy

Folder 14

"Crime Survey Shows How Law Breaks Down," New York Times, March 14, 1926. Printed copy

Folder 15

"Crime and the Law Under the Microscope," interview, April 11, 1926. Typescript

Folder 16

Address about the political education of women, April 15, 1926. Typescript

Folder 17

Review of Criminology and Penology by John Lewis Gillin, April 15, 1926. Typescript

Folder 18

"Some Principals and Methods in Education for Citizenship," California League of Women Voters Bulletin, May 1926. Printed copy

Folder 19

"Crime Commissions and the Crime Problem," Catholic Charities Review, October 1926. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 20

"The East Turns to Democracy," Women's Democratic News, December 1926. Printed copy

Folder 21

Rules and Regulations of Court of General Sessions, Probation Department, County of New York, December 28, 1926. Printed copy

Folder 22

"Some Tendencies in Criminal Law Administration," Political Science Quarterly, 1927. Printed copy

Folder 23

"An Analysis of the Work and Accomplishments of the Crime Commission of New York State," August 1928. Typescript, clippings and legislation

Box 227, Folder 1

"A Study of Delinquency Problems," International Boys' Work Conference, December 1928. Printed copy

 

Politics and Criminal Prosecution, 1929

Folder 2

Reviews and clippings

 

Working papers

 

General

Folder 3-4

Background materials

Folder 5

Drafts

 

"Pleas - Nolles - Legal Data"

Folder 6

Background materials

Folder 7

Drafts

 

"Pleas - Statistics"

Folder 8

Background materials

Folder 9

Drafts

 

Prosecution

 

Background material

Folder 10

General

Folder 11

Prosecution and office organization

Folder 12

Correspondence

Folder 13

Drafts

Folder 14

"Where Crime Begins," April 24, 1929. Typescript

Folder 15

"Survey Tells the Complete Story of Crime in Chicago," New York Evening Post, May 11, 1929. Printed copy

Folder 16

"Inadequacies of Criminal Law Administration," May 14, 1929. Typescript

Folder 17

"How Criminal Justice Works," July 3, 1929. Typescript

Folder 18

"The Sheriff and the Constable," Annals of the American Academy, November 1929. Printed copy

Folder 19

"Research Studies in Criminology," November 20, 1929. Typescript

Box 228, Folder 1

Book reviews, 1930. Includes reviews of book by Roscoe Pound

 

Our Criminal Courts, 1930. Includes materials used in preparation for Politics and Criminal Prosecution

 

General

Folder 2

General. Includes outlines, memoranda and proposals

 

Background materials. See also individual chapters

Folder 3-6

General

Folder 7

Administration of justice

Folder 8

Appeals

Box 229, Folder 1

Arrest

Folder 2

Judges - Selection by the Bar

Folder 3

Judges of the Supreme Court and Appellate Division

Folder 4

Judicial councils

Folder 5

Law enforcement

Folder 6

Parole

Folder 7

Procedure

Folder 8

Psychiatry

Box 230, Folder 1

Clippings and reviews

Folder 2

Correspondence

Folder 3-5

Drafts. May include drafts of Politics and Criminal Prosecution

Folder 6

Foreword and Perspective

Folder 7

Chapter 1, "The Appearance of Justice." Drafts

 

Chapter 2, "The Grimy Court of the Magistrate"

Folder 8

Background materials

Folder 9

Drafts

 

Chapter 3, "Bail or Gaol"

 

Background materials

Box 231, Folder 1-2

General

Folder 3

Clippings

Folder 4

Drafts

Folder 5

Part II, "The Long Day in Court." Draft

 

Chapter 5, "Machinery"

Folder 6

Background materials

Folder 7

Drafts

 

Chapter 6, "Rules"

 

Background materials

Box 232, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Detroit court

Folder 3

Greenblatt tables

Folder 4

Drafts

 

Chapter 7, "The Decay of Trial by Jury"

 

Background

Folder 5

Judge

Folder 6-7

Juries

Box 233, Folder 1

Drafts

 

Chapter 8, "The Riddle of Insanity"

Folder 2

Background materials

Folder 3

Drafts

 

Chapter 9, "The Art of Human Relations"

Folder 4

Notes

Folder 5

Drafts

 

Chapter 10, "Trial by the City Desk"

Folder 6-8

Background materials

Box 234, Folder 1

Background materials

Folder 2

Drafts

 

Chapter 11, "Faith in Facts"

Folder 3

Background materials. Includes analysis of the Missouri Crime Survey

Folder 4

Drafts

 

Chapter 12, "Career Men"

Folder 5

Background materials

Folder 6

Notes

Folder 7

Drafts

Folder 8

Galley proofs

Box 235, Folder 1

"Criminal Justice in Transition," Jan. 17, 1930. Notes and typescript

Folder 2

Review of Roscoe Pound, Criminal Justice in America, 1930. Typescript

Folder 3

"Politics and Crime," March 22, 1930. Typescript

Folder 4

"Law Enforcement," June 30, 1930. Typescript

Folder 5

Address on administration of justice, July 15, 1930

 

Article on rackets, 1931

Folder 6

Typescript and notes

Folder 7-8

Background materials

Folder 9

"Faith in Numbers, Faith in Facts, and Faith in Ourselves," June 3, 1931. Typescript

Folder 10

Article on rackets, Oct. 16, 1931. Typescript

Folder 11

Address on the occasion of the dedication of the Bar?, Oct. 16, 1931. Holograph

Folder 12

"The Market for Crime," November 24, 1931. Typescript

Folder 13

Tribunes of the People, 1932. Clippings and reviews

Folder 14

"Law and its Enforcement," April 11, 1932. Typescript

Folder 15

"Back to the Land," 1933. Typescript

Folder 16

Introductory column for Today, 1933. Holograph and typescript

Folder 17

"Recovery but Evolution," Cosmopolitan, 1933. Printed copy

Folder 18

"The Administration of Justice," Moley, editor, in The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, May 1933. Printed copy

Box 236, Folder 1

"Government in a Changing Age," May 29, 1933. Holograph, typescript and correspondence

Folder 2

Interview, November 5, 1933. Typescript

Folder 3

"A History of the New Deal," November 11, 1933. Review of Ernest K. Lindley, The Roosevelt Revolution. Typescript

Folder 4

Article on the Supreme Court, November 18, 1933. Holograph and typescript

Folder 5

"Political Science in the Service of the State," December 28, 1933. Typescript

Folder 6

"As Thousands Jeer or Every Man a Kingfish," December 30, 1933. Review of Huey P. Long, Every Man a King. Typescript

Folder 7

General, 1934. Articles on crime, some by Moley and Edgar Sisson

Folder 8

"Halt the Nazi Invasion! Why America Must Fight Hitlerism," 1934. Printed copies in various newspaper

Folder 9

Writing on finances, January 12, 1934. Typescript

Folder 10

"The Nation's Reaction to the Budget," January 13, 1934. Clippings, holograph, typescript

Folder 11

"The Case of the Liberals Under Hitlerism," March 7, 1934. Typescript

Folder 12

"The New Dealers," March 31, 1934. Review of "The Unofficial Observer," The New Dealers - The Low Down on the Higher Ups. Typescript

Folder 13

"There Are Three Brain Trusts," April 14, 1934. Holograph and typescript

Folder 14

"The Man Behind the New Deal," April 23, 1934. Typescript

Folder 15

Article on Nazism, American Hebrew and Jewish Tribune, April 27, 1934. Printed copy

Folder 16

Radio speech on Hitlerism, April 29, 1934. Typescript

Folder 17

"The Faith of our Fathers," May 7, 1934. Typescript

Folder 18

"The New Deal and International Relations," May 5, 1934. Radio broadcast by Moley and Norman Thomas. Typescript

Folder 19

"The Wisdom of Youth," May 12, 1934. Typescript

Folder 20

Article on the National Recovery Administration, June 2, 1934. Typescript

Folder 21

Article on crime, June 30, 1934. Typescript

Folder 22

Article on Texas Rangers, July 14, 1934. Typescript

Folder 23

Article on the vacation of General Hugh Johnson from the administration, July 14, 1934. Typescript

Folder 24

"Reconstruction in America," July 15, 1934. Printed copy

Folder 25

Review of Ignazio Silone, Fontamara, October 13, 1934. Typescript

Box 237, Folder 1

"Liberalism vs. Radicalism," October 20, 1934. Holograph and typescript

Folder 2

"Master of Mexico," October 27, 1934. Typescript

Folder 3

Address concerning the functioning of the Roosevelt administration, September 10, 1934. Typescript

Folder 4

"Roosevelt Runs the Rapids," November 10, 1934. Holograph and typescript

Folder 5

"The Goal of Liberalism," December 5, 1934. Background material and typescript

Folder 6

"Your Stake in the Next Congress," December 15, 1934. Typescript

Folder 7

General, 1935

Folder 8

"Can Women Understand Politics?" Barnard College Alumnae Monthly, January 1935. Printed copy

Folder 9

Address on the 74th Congress, January 18, 1935. Correspondence, holograph and typescript

Folder 10

"Some Thoughts on the American Scene: Our Unfilled Demand for Goods; The Importance of Distribution; Cooperation Must Be Keynote," Premier Rayon Review, February 1935. Printed copy

Folder 11

"American Fireside," February 10, 1935. Radio broadcast. Typescript and holograph

Folder 12

Address on the Roosevelt administration, February 15, 1935. Typescript

Folder 13

"We, the People of the United States," February 23, 1935. Official Bulletin From Automobile Labor Board. Printed copy

 

Article on the National Recovery Act, March 2, 1935

Folder 14

Typescript draft

Folder 15

Background materials

Folder 16

"Do the Movies Teach Crime?" March 11, 1935. Typescript

Folder 17

"The 44 State Legislatures of 1935: Interstate Cooperation in Combatting Crime," April 2, 1935. Radio broadcast. Typescript

Folder 18

"Direct Relief vs. Work Relief," April 9, 1935. Radio broadcast. Background materials and typescript

Folder 19

"Which Way America? (for Democracy)" May 30, 1935. Correspondence and typescript

Box 238, Folder 1

"Beyond the NRA," May 31, 1935. Typescript

Folder 2

"Let Others Take the Risk," November 2, 1935. Typescript

Folder 3

"Means to a Lasting Recovery," Real Estate and Building Management Digest, December, 1935. Printed copy

Folder 4

"Depression Graduates," June 8, 1935. Typescript

Folder 5

"The Agricultural Adjustment Act decision by the Supreme Court," for the North American Newspaper Alliance, Inc., January 10, 1936. Holograph and typescript

Folder 6

"Commonsense-1936 Model," Vital Speeches, April 24, 1936. Printed copy

Folder 7

"Hits, Runs and Errors of the New Deal," Redbook, August, 1936. Holograph, typescript and contract

Folder 8

"Congress Keeps the Faith," September 7, 1936. Typescript

Folder 9

"Regulation: How Much Can Business Stand?" Vital Speeches, October 9, 1936. Printed copy

Folder 10

"Where Do We Go From Here?" Great Lakes Banker, 1937. Printed copy

Folder 11

Addresses on Franklin D. Roosevelt's proposal to reform the Supreme Court, 1937. For more on the proposal, see SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE

Folder 12

Statement before the Senate Judiciary Committee concerning Franklin D. Roosevelt's proposal for reform of the Supreme Court, March 23, 1937. Typescript

Folder 13

"What is Constitutional Government?" Commerce: Business Voice of the Middle West, April-May, 1937. Correspondence, holograph, typescript, printed copy and press release

Folder 14

"Reorganizing the Supreme Court," April 19, 1937. Typescript, holograph and press release

Folder 15

"Federal Power Policy at the Crossroads," Flash, published by the Employees of the Nebraska Power Co. and Citizens Power and Light Co., May 1937. Printed copy

Folder 16

"The American Constitution is a Charter of Liberty and a Charter of Order," Coast Banker, June 1937. Printed copy

Folder 17

Address on the New New Deal, July 12, 1937. Typescript

Folder 18

"Politics and Crime," an address given throughout January and February 1938. Background materials and correspondence

Folder 19

"The Social Function of Advertising," Public Relations, 1938. Printed copy

Folder 20

"The Case of Government vs. Business et al." January 10, 1938. Supporting materials and typescript

Box 239, Folder 1

"Is Opportunity Dead in America?" January 18, 1938. Typescript

Folder 2

"Where Business and Government Meet," January 19, 1938. Typescript

Folder 3

"The Average Man's Stake in the Constitution," February 11, 1938. Typescript

Folder 4

"The Brain Trust," March 1938. Holograph, typescript and correspondence

Folder 5

Articles on the beer industry, American Brewer, April 1938. Typescript, correspondence and printed copy

Folder 6

"The Faith of a Commentator," for a Newsweek advertisement, April 1938. Holograph and typescript

 

After Seven Years, 1939. See also OVERSIZE FILE, Box 276, SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE

Folder 7

Clippings and reviews

Folder 8-14

Chapters 1-7. Includes drafts, correspondence and background material. Chapter 3 edited by Rexford Tugwell

Box 240, Folder 1-3

Chapters 8-10

Folder 4

Correspondence of Franklin D. Roosevelt with Sam Rosenman and another, October, 1941. Photocopies

 

"Five Years of Roosevelt - and After," The Saturday Evening Post, series, June-September 1939. Printed copies. See also OVERSIZE FILE, Box 276 and SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE

Folder 5

"Mr. Roosevelt Sets His Cap"

Folder 6

"On The Campaign Trapeze: Five Years of Roosevelt and After"

Folder 7

"The Duel with Hoover"

Folder 8

"Wild Swans and Faithful Dogs"

Folder 9

"Bank Crisis, Bullet Crisis - Same Smile"

Folder 10

"Rehearsal for a Fiasco"

Folder 11

"Kings Cannot Err"

Folder 12

"Heaven or Bust"

Folder 13

"There's One Issue...It's Myself"

Folder 14

"Flirting with War"

Folder 15

"A Portrait of F.D.R."

Folder 16

"A Chance to Go to Work," November 18, 1939. Holograph and typescript

Folder 17

Article on the Democratic Party, January 1940. Holograph and typescript

Folder 18

Statement on limiting governmental power, February 19, 1940. Correspondence and typescript

 

"The Fascinating Story of TNEC's Neglected Record," The Saturday Evening Post, series. Printed copies

Folder 19

"The Great Monopoly Mystery," March 30, 1940

Folder 20

"Business in the Woodshed," April 6, 1940

Folder 21

"Road to Safety Built by Work and Courage," Philadelphia Inquirer, August 11, 1940. Printed copy

Folder 22

"Habit of Freedom," Canadian Business, January 1942. Printed copy

Folder 23

"Anniversary on the Lakes: The Great Mesabi Range, Opened 50 Years Ago, is Backlog of the War for Iron and Steel," Los Angeles Times, October 10, 1942. Printed copy

Folder 24

"Political Liberty Through Political Parties," January 13, 1945. Typescript

Folder 25

"The Prospect for Lively Banking History," Banking, October 1945. Printed copy

Folder 26

Review of Raymond Swing, In the Name of Sanity, Tomorrow, May 1946. Printed copy

Folder 27

"How to Sell What America Wants," National Federation of Sales Executives, May 19-23, 1946. Printed copy

Folder 28

What Are We Waiting For? December 4, 1946. Pamphlet. Printed copy

Folder 29

"The Tax Foundation After Ten Years," Tax Outlook, December 1947. Printed copy

 

Twenty-Seven Masters of Politics, 1949

Folder 30

General. Includes interviews with Moley about the book

Folder 31

Clippings and reviews

Box 241, Folder 1-2

Correspondence after publication

Folder 3

Address on international relations, April 1949. Printed copy

Folder 4

"Taxation in a Free Economy," May 13, 1949. Speech, Fourth National Textile Seminar, Shawnee-on-Delaware, Pennsylvania. Printed copy

Folder 5

"Youth in Bifocals," Everybody's Digest, November 1949. Printed copy

Folder 6

"Death Sentence for State Government," Reader's Digest, December 1949. Printed copy

Folder 7

Valley Authorities, 1950. Printed copy

Folder 8

"The Liberal Faith: Lost, Strayed and Stolen," May 28, 1950. Speech, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Toward the Point of No Return," June 7, 1950. Speech, Forty-ninth annual meeting of the Health and Accident Underwriters Conference. Printed copy

Folder 10

Review of Marguerite Clark, Medicine on the March, 1951. Typescript

Folder 11

"Economic Liberty Limited by Law," 1952. Speech, Institute of Business and Economic Problems, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Printed copy

 

How to Keep Our Liberty, 1952. See AUDIO-VISUAL FILE for photographs

Folder 12

Clippings and reviews

Box 242, Folder 1-2

Clippings and reviews

Folder 3

Printed copy

Folder 4

"Fair Play is Good Politics Too," Today, June 9, 1952. Printed copy. Includes correspondence in response

Folder 5

"British Reporters and U.S. Politics," by Moley and Raymond Moley, Jr., The Freeman, January 1953. Printed copy

Folder 6

"Reflections to present to Messrs. Gow and Vanderbilt," January 28, 1953. Typescript

Folder 7

"Proliferation," Fifth Third Union Trust Co. Bulletin, April 1953. Printed copy

Folder 8

Address on the Bricker amendment, Columbus Dispatch, February 14, 1954. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Good-bye, Mr. Ruark," Reader's Digest, March 1954. Printed copies in French and English

Folder 10

"Sacking an Idealist: Summary Firing of Assistant Secretary of Labor Should Have Serious Reactions," April 10, 1954. Typescript

Folder 11

Address given at a dinner in Moley's honor, May 24, 1954. Typescript

Folder 12

"Irrigation - Hydroelectric's Expensive Partner," May 26, 1954. Typescript

Folder 13

What Price Federal Reclamation? 1955. Printed copy

Folder 14

"Undermining Free Enterprise," The Freeman, March 1955. Printed copy

Folder 15

General, 1956

Folder 16

Address concerning business and politics, 1956. Typescript

 

Political Responsibility of Business Men, 1956. (Revised editions, 1957 and 1959)

 

General

Folder 17-18

Letters received

Box 243, Folder 1

Letters received

Folder 2

Finances

Folder 3

Speech, January 18, 1957. Typescript

Folder 4

Printed copies of 1956, 1957 and 1959 editions

Folder 5

First draft of 1959 edition

Folder 6

Second draft of 1959 edition

Folder 7

Speech on taxation, 1956. Typescript

Folder 8

The Upper Colorado Reclamation Project, by Moley and Arthur V. Watkins, 1956. Printed copy

Folder 9

"A Look at the Year Ahead," Legion, January 1956. Printed copy

Folder 10

General, 1957. Requests for copies of his publications

Folder 11

Review of Margaret L. Coit, Mr. Baruch, The Man, the Myth, the Eighty Years, November 24, 1957. Typescript

Folder 12

"Free and Independent: An History of the Insurance Companies of North America," 1958. Booklength study. Typescript

Folder 13

"The Private College in the Nation's Service," October 11, 1958. Typescript

Folder 14

Memorandum on visit to Japan, 1959. Typescript

Folder 15

"The Challenge to Conservatives," by Moley and Raymond Moley, Jr., Human Events, March 1959. Printed copy

Folder 16

Encyclopedia article on the New Deal, March 1, 1960. Correspondence and typescript

Folder 17

"Adlai Stevenson, Neither Lion Nor Fox," Human Events, March 17, 1960. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 18

"The Indispensable Elements of Victory," March 30, 1960. Speech, Republican Associates, Los Angeles County. Printed copy

Folder 19

" Newsweek and America's Security," May 2, 1960. Typescript

Folder 20

"The Indispensable Elements of Political Success," June 24, 1960. Speech, Statewide Conference on Political Responsibility of Business Men, Illinois State Chamber of Commerce, Chicago, Illinois. Printed copy

Folder 21

"Financing Our Schools," Tax Review, July 1961. Printed copy

 

The American Century of John C. Lincoln, 1962

Box 244, Folder 1

Pamphlets by John C. Lincoln

Folder 2

Notes and correspondence with David C. Lincoln

Folder 3-4

Typescript

 

The Republican Opportunity, 1962

Folder 5

Clippings and reviews

Folder 6

Correspondence

Folder 7

"The Tax Foundation After Twenty-Five Years," Tax Foundation publication, 1962. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 8

"The United States Reconsiders the United Nations," April 18, 1962. Typescript

Folder 9

"The Conservatism of Barry Goldwater," Saturday Review, July 7, 1962. Review of Barry Goldwater, Why Not Victory? Printed copy

Folder 10

"Academic Man in Politics," Columbia University Forum, Fall 1962. Printed copy

Folder 11

"Union Shop Means Loss of Political Freedom," Why Journalists Favor Voluntary Unionism, October 1963. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 12

"Private Insurance and Public Responsibility," October 15, 1964. Typescript

 

The First New Deal, 1966

Box 245, Folder 1

Clippings and reviews

 

Correspondence in preparation

Folder 2

General. Includes correspondence with Mordecai Ezekiel, Mrs. Arthur A. Ballantine, William B. Goodman, Louis W. Douglas, Chester Morrill, Marjorie Wilson

Folder 3

Awalt, Gloyd. Includes clippings, correspondence with his family after his death, memorandum and manuscript about the banking holiday

Folder 4

Berle, Adolf A.

Folder 5

Feis, Herbert

Folder 6

Freidel, Frank

Folder 7

Mullen, Januarius A.

Folder 8

Rosen, Elliot

Folder 9

Tugwell, Rexford

Folder 10

Wallace, Henry A.

Folder 11

Wyatt, Walter

Folder 12

Notes

 

Franklin D. Roosevelt's Inaugural address, 1932

 

Background materials

Folder 13-14

General

Folder 15

Photocopy of the address

Folder 16

Draft

Folder 17

Review, in The Priest

Folder 18

"Organization of American Historians," April 28, 1967. Review of Frank Freidel's paper on the 1932-1933 Interregnum, April 28, 1967. Typescript

Folder 19

Address on The First New Deal, May 25, 1967. Typescript

Folder 20

Interview for the Herbert Hoover Oral History Program, November 13, 1967. Typescript

 

"1933 - The Great Bank Rescue," Spring 1968

Box 246, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Background materials

Folder 3

Draft. Holograph

Folder 4

Draft and final version. Typescript

Boxes 246-257

RADIO BROADCASTS AND SYNDICATED COLUMNS, 1933-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contract, drafts, notes, broadcasts, and columns, arranged chronologically by syndication series. See also SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE
Box 246, Folder 5

Contract for McNaught syndicated column. Includes correspondence and financial information

 

"State of the Nation," New York Herald Tribune, June 4-December 31, 1933. Notes, holograph, typescript and printed copies

Folder 6

Article on Progressivism. Proposed, not completed

Folder 7

"Why Write?"

Folder 8

"Looking Forward to the Economic Conference"

Folder 9

"Congress"

Folder 10

"Rackets and the Industrial Recovery Act"

Folder 11

"Administration is Government in Action"

Folder 12

"Stabilization is Like King Charles' Head at the Conference"

Folder 13

"Difficulties of the London Conference"

Folder 14

"Our Canadian Neighbors"

Folder 15

"Federal Protection for the Investor"

Folder 16

"Forgotten Man - What Now?"

Folder 17

"Plain Thinking About Crime"

Folder 18

"The Nature of the Racket"

Folder 19

"The Moral Equivalent of War"

Folder 20

"The First Half Year - and Beyond"

Box 247, Folder 1

"The New Internationalism"

Folder 2

"Normal Relations With Russia"

Folder 3

"The Democratic Party Looks Forward"

Folder 4

"The English War Debt"

Folder 5

"The English Debt Discussions"

Folder 6

"Toward a Permanent New Deal"

Folder 7

"Twilight Over Tammany Hall"

Folder 8

"Bureaucracy vs. Spoils"

Folder 9

"There Are None So Blind..."

Folder 10

"This Friend of Justice"

Folder 11

"Rugged Academic Individualism"

Folder 12

"But Westward Look"

Folder 13

"Propaganda and Tolerance"

Folder 14

"Giving the People Credit"

Folder 15

"Concrete Cases"

Folder 16

"Congress in 1934"

Folder 17

"The NRA and Private Rights"

 

"Perspective," Newsweek, 1937-1967

 

General

Folder 18

Printed copies of columns, miscellaneous

Folder 19

Correspondence concerning column

Folder 20

Columns pulled for a book. Includes drafts and final copies

 

Photocopies

Folder 21

1937-1944

Box 248, Folder 1

1944-1950

Folder 2

1950-1957

Folder 3

1957-1962

Folder 4

1962-1967

 

"The Round Table," Los Angeles Syndicate, 1942-1969. Printed copies

Box 249, Folder 1

Finance

Folder 2

Publicity

Folder 3

1942

Folder 4

1943

Folder 5

1944

Folder 6

1945

Box 250, Folder 1

1946

Folder 2

1947

Folder 3

1948

Folder 4

1949

Box 251, Folder 1

1950

Folder 2

1951

Folder 3

1952

Box 252, Folder 1

1953

Folder 2

1954

Folder 3

1955

Folder 4

1956

Box 253, Folder 1

1957

Folder 2

1958

Folder 3

1959

Box 254, Folder 1

1960

Folder 2

1961-1962

Folder 3

1963-1964

Box 255, Folder 1

1965

Folder 2-3

1966

Box 256, Folder 1-2

1967

Folder 3-4

1968

Folder 5

1969

 

Radio broadcasts, March 4-November 6, 1945. Correspondence, holograph and typescript

Box 257, Folder 1

General

Folder 2

Correspondence with American Broadcasting Company

 

Broadcasts

Folder 3-18

1945 March-June

Box 258, Folder 1-13

1945 July-November

Boxes 258-272

SUBJECT FILE, 1916-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, printed matter, lectures, articles, speeches, reports, newspapers, arranged alphabetically by subject. Some folders include correspondence
 

General

Box 258, Folder 14

Academic freedom at Columbia University (Charles Austin Beard case)

Folder 15

Astor, Vincent

Folder 16

Baruch, Bernard

Folder 17

Business and commerce

Folder 18

Corcoran, Thomas G.

Box 259, Folder 1

Coughlin, Charles Edward. Includes lectures, clipping about Moley appearing in Social Justice

Folder 2

Currency stabilization

Folder 3

Federal government

Folder 4

Foreign language press

Folder 5

League of Nations

Folder 6

Lincoln Foundation

Folder 7-8

Miscellaneous

Folder 9

Moley, Frances. Speeches

Folder 10

Movie industry and freedom of expression

Folder 11

New Deal

Box 260, Folder 1

Politics

Folder 2

Pound, Roscoe

Folder 3

Professors in government

Folder 4-5

Proportional representation. Pertains particularly to Cleveland

Folder 6

Radicals

 

Roosevelt, Franklin D., administration and era

Folder 7

General

Folder 8

The Roosevelt Record, April-June 1936

 

Crime and the administration of justice

Box 261, Folder 1-2

General

Folder 3

Baumes Laws

Folder 4

Bribery

 

Chicago

Folder 5

General

Folder 6

Bulletin of the Chicago Crime Commission, 1915-1926

Box 262, Folder 1

Civil and criminal procedure

 

Countries

Folder 2-3

Canada

Folder 4

France

Folder 5

Germany

Folder 6-7

Great Britain

Box 263, Folder 1-3

Great Britain

Folder 4

India

Folder 5

New Zealand

Folder 6

South Africa

Folder 7

Crime commissions

Folder 8

Crime Commission of New York State. Reports

Box 264, Folder 1

Crime Prevention Bureau, New York City

Folder 2-4

Criminals, professional

Folder 5

Detection, investigation, fingerprinting, and third degree

Folder 6

Extradition of criminals

Folder 7

Family Court of Manhattan

Folder 8

Federal government

Box 265, Folder 1

Fence

Folder 2

Firearms

Folder 3

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Typescript by Felix Frankfurter

Folder 4

Inferior criminal courts (municipal)

Folder 5

Johns Hopkins University study of judicial administration

Folder 6

Judicial Council of Massachusetts

Folder 7

Jury systems

Folder 8

Juvenile court

Folder 9-10

Juvenile delinquents

Box 266, Folder 1

Lawyers and criminal law practice

Folder 2

Legal education

Folder 3

Magistrates and social workers

Folder 4

Municipal courts

Folder 5

Parole and probation

Box 267, Folder 1-2

Parole and probation

Folder 3

Perjury

 

Police

Folder 4

General

Folder 5-6

Los Angeles

Folder 7

Training

Box 268, Folder 1-3

Press - sensationalism and exploitation of crime

Folder 4-5

Prisons

Box 269, Folder 1-3

Prohibition

Folder 4

Prosecution in England, Canada and the United States

Folder 5-6

Psychiatry

Folder 7

Psychology, intelligence, ethics, and morals

Box 270, Folder 1

Reform

Folder 2

Sacco-Vanzetti case

 

States and regions

Folder 3

General

Folder 4-5

California

Folder 6

Connecticut

Folder 7

Indiana

Folder 8

Iowa

Box 271, Folder 1-2

New York. Includes copies of The Panel, the monthly bulletin of the Association of Grand Jurors, New York County

Folder 3-4

Ohio. Includes copies of the Journal of the Cleveland Association for Criminal Justice

Folder 5

Treatment of offenders

Box 272, Folder 1-3

Uniform criminal statistics

Boxes 273-275; Map case

OVERSIZE FILE

Scope and Content Note

Charts, posters, advertisements, democratic campaign literature from 1896 and scrapbooks containing clippings, programs, articles, book reviews, publicity, letters, arranged chronologically
Box 273

Four scrapbooks, childhood-1933. Includes clippings and programs from Moley's youth, his period at the Cleveland Foundation and his period with the Roosevelt administration and articles and book reviews from 1914-1917

Box 274

Three scrapbooks, 1933-1934. Clippings about Moley and his involvement with the Roosevelt administration

Box 275

Democratic campaign literature from 1896 and two scrapbooks, ca. 1939-1941. Includes clippings about Moley, including about his series in the Saturday Evening Post, June-September 1939, and clippings, reviews, publicity and letters from Charles A. Beard, Rexford G. Tugwell, Arthur Garfield Hays and others about After Seven Years

Map-case Map case

Charts, posters and advertisements. Includes poster by Cleveland Americanization Committee, cartoon about members of the Roosevelt administration, and Newsweek publicity

Boxes 276-281

INDEXED CARD FILE.

Scope and Content Note

Moley prepared an item-by-item name and subject index during the preparation for After Seven Years (1939). The file contains detailed cross-referencing of the contents of the INDEXED CORRESPONDENCE FILE and of the INDEXED SUBJECT FILE
Box 276

A to Ci

Box 277

Co to Gl

Box 278

Go to La

Box 279

Le to Pa

Box 280

Pe to Ster

Box 281

Sto to Z

Boxes 282-292

FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT FILE, SCHEDULE A.

Scope and Content Note

Letters, lists, telegrams, reports, memoranda, notes, drafts of speeches, and printed matter relating to Franklin D. Roosevelt. See also FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT FILE, SCHEDULE B
Box 282, Folder 1

Correspondence

 

Roosevelt to Moley, November 8, 1935. Telegram

 

Roosevelt to Moley, January 15, 1935. Typescript

 

Roosevelt to Moley, November 23, 1935. Typescript

 

Moley to Roosevelt, n.d. Holograph draft

 

Moley to Roosevelt, n.d. Typescript draft

 

Moley to Roosevelt, n.d. Typescript draft

 

Typescript letter (carbon copy), Moley to Roosevelt, November 30, 1935. Typescript version

 

Roosevelt to Moley, December 24, 1935. Telegram

 

Subject file

Folder 2

List of topics about which Roosevelt requested more information, March 1932

Folder 3-4

Memorandum outlining national program for recovery, written by Moley and others for Roosevelt, including draft of page in which first occurred the phrase, "a new deal," May 19, 1932

Folder 5

Attachment to an unidentified document written with Roosevelt's typewriter, May 1932

Folder 6

Tabulation of ballots at 1932 Democratic National Convention, ca. July 1, 1932

Folder 7

Notes, mementoes, clippings of Democratic National Convention, June 27-July 7, 1932

Folder 8

Campaign reports of Cornelius Vanderbilt, July -October 1932

Folder 9

Letters of introduction for Moley, August -September, 1932

Folder 10

Attacks on Roosevelt by Hoover Administration, September -October 1932

Folder 11

Notes on a conversation with Roosevelt about campaign plans, n.d.

Folder 12

Memorandum for Roosevelt about 1932 campaign strategy, n.d.

Folder 13

Notes on campaign plans, 1932

Folder 14

Telegram to President Hoover from Roosevelt, n.d. Holograph drafts with Roosevelt annotation

Folder 15

Notecards for conference with President Hoover, November 1932. Roosevelt annotations

Folder 16

Memorandum for Roosevelt listing assignments for his advisers, ca. January 1933. Roosevelt annotations

Folder 17

Notes on Louis Howe's ideas for cabinet, January 1933

Folder 18

Memoranda relating to cabinet selections, January -February 1933

Folder 19

Notebook entries listing Moley's work assignments for Roosevelt, February 1933

Folder 20

Reports, correspondence, and notes relating to President's Conference of Governors, March 6, 1933. Holograph notes by Roosevelt

Folder 21

Notes by Moley and Hugh Johnson expressing ideas that led to National Industrial Recovery Administration, March 9, 1933

Box 283, Folder 1

Journal entries dictated to Moley by Roosevelt listing measures desired by the president, March 18, 1933

Folder 2

Notes listing possible assignments to State Department, March 21, 1933

Folder 3

Roosevelt's copy of the Thomas Amendment to the Farm Bill, H.R. 3835, April 11, 1933. Roosevelt annotations

Folder 4

Executive order waiving certain prohibitions for Raymond Moley, April 12, 1933

Folder 5

Cable from Roosevelt to Hull, June 15, 1933. Holograph draft

Folder 6

Copy of Roosevelt's telegram to Secretary of State Hull about the exchange rate of the British pound, June 19, 1933

Folder 7

Sailing orders to Moley for trip to London Economic Conference, ca. June 20, 1933. Holograph by Roosevelt

Folder 8

Notes of Moley's meeting with Roosevelt, May 23, 1934

Folder 9

Notes of Moley's meeting with Roosevelt, June 25, 1934

Folder 10

Notes of Moley's meeting with Roosevelt, September 5 (?), 1934

Folder 11

Notes of meeting with Roosevelt, March 17, 1935

Folder 12

Score-sheet kept by Roosevelt on game played during Sequoia Day cruise, May 5, 1935

Folder 13

Notes of Moley's meeting with Roosevelt, May(?) 9, 1935

Folder 14

Roosevelt's memorandum on schedule, June 4, 1935. Typescript

Folder 15

Notes left on cabinet table after meeting of June 6, 1935. Holograph by Roosevelt

Folder 16

Notes of Moley's meeting with Roosevelt, August 18, 1935

Folder 17

Letter to Roy Howard drafted for Roosevelt by Moley, September 3, 1935. Roosevelt annotations

Folder 18

Notes on transportation system, ca. 1935. Holograph by Roosevelt

Folder 19

Notes for conference with President, June 27, 1936

Folder 20

Note from Louis Howe to Roosevelt, n.d.

Folder 21

Note from Roosevelt to Moley asking for a check on George Earl III, n.d. Holograph by Roosevelt

Folder 22

Notes and copies of documents relating to Roosevelt's efforts to attack After Seven Years, 1932-1941

Folder 23

Miscellaneous notes handwritten by Roosevelt, n.d.

Folder 24

Miscellaneous memoranda from Moley to Roosevelt

Folder 25

Miscellaneous letters forwarded to Moley for his consideration, 1932-1935

Folder 26

Miscellaneous notes of Moley relating to his service for Roosevelt, 1932-1935

Folder 27

List of news photographs of Roosevelt

 

Speeches, 1920-1936

Folder 28

Acceptance speech for Vice-Presidential nomination, 1920

Folder 29

Miscellaneous speech material, 1932-1935

Folder 30

Speech, Charlottesville, Virginia, July 6, 1931

Folder 31

Speech, Albany, New York, "Ouster of Thomas Farley," February 24, 1932

Folder 32

Speech, New York City, New York, March 12, 1932

Folder 33

Radio address, Albany, New York, "Forgotten Man," April 7, 1932

Folder 34

Speech, Schenectady, New York, April 11, 1932

 

Speech, St. Paul, Minnesota, April 18, 1932

Box 284, Folder 1

Holograph annotated drafts and notes

Folder 2

Letter and memoranda relating to Lindsay Rogers contribution

Folder 3

Speech, Richmond, Virginia, April 27, 1932

Folder 4

Speech, Atlanta, Georgia, May 22, 1932

Folder 5

Proposed statement to public during Convention fight over 2/3 rule (not given)

 

Acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention, July 2, 1932

Folder 6

Typescript, annotated drafts

Folder 7

Clippings

Folder 8

Radio address, Albany, New York, July 30, 1932

Folder 9

Speech, Peekskill, New York, August 14, 1932

 

Speech, Columbus, Ohio, August 20, 1932

Folder 10

Holograph annotated drafts

Box 285, Folder 1-2

Holograph annotated drafts

Folder 3

Clippings

Folder 4

Radio address, August 25, 1932

Folder 5

Speech, Sea Girt, New Jersey, August 27, 1932

Folder 6

Speech, Bridgeport, Connecticut, September 3, 1932

 

1932 Western Campaign Tour, September 12-October 3, 1932

Folder 7

Itinerary and copies of all speeches and back-platform remarks

Folder 8

Miscellaneous speeches. Holograph drafts and notes

Box 286, Folder 1

Clippings

 

Speech, Topeka, Kansas, September 14, 1932

Folder 2

Holograph annotated drafts

Folder 3

Correspondence and notes

Folder 4

Clippings

Folder 5

Unused material

Folder 6

Speech, Denver, Colorado, September 15, 1932

Folder 7

Speech, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 17, 1932

Folder 8

Speech, Butte, Montana, September 19, 1932

Folder 9

Speech, Seattle, Washington, September 20, 1932

 

Speech, Portland, Oregon, September 21, 1932

Folder 10

Holograph annotated drafts

Folder 11

Clippings

Box 287, Folder 1

Speech, Gresham, Oregon, September 21, 1932

Folder 2

Speech, Sacramento, California, September 22, 1932

Folder 3

Speech, San Francisco, California, September 23, 1932

Folder 4

Speech, Los Angeles, California, September 24, 1932

Folder 5

Speech, Williams, Arizona, September 25, 1932

Folder 6

Speech, McCook, Nebraska, September 28, 1932

 

Speech, Sioux City, Iowa, September 29, 1932

Folder 7

Holograph annotated drafts

Folder 8

Memoranda and correspondence

Folder 9

Clippings

Folder 10

Speech, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, September 30, 1932

Folder 11

Speech, Chicago, Illinois, October 1, 1932

Folder 12

Speech, Detroit, Michigan, October 2, 1932

Folder 13

Radio address to Business Men's League, October 6, 1932

Folder 14

Radio address, October 13, 1932

Folder 15

Back-platform speeches and casual remarks, October 18-26, 1932

Folder 16

Speech, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 19, 1932

Box 288, Folder 1

Speech, Wheeling, West Virginia, October 19, 1932

Folder 2

Speech, Indianapolis, Indiana, October 20, 1932

Folder 3

Speech, Terre Haute, Indiana, October 20, 1932

Folder 4

Speech, Springfield, Illinois, October 21, 1932

Folder 5

Speech, Louisville, Kentucky, October 22, 1932

Folder 6

Speech, Louisville, Kentucky, October 22, 1932

Folder 7

Speech, Atlanta, Georgia, October 24, 1932

Folder 8

Speech, Baltimore, Maryland, October 25, 1932

Folder 9

Radio address, October 30, 1932

Folder 10-11

Speech, Boston, Massachusetts, October 31, 1932

Folder 12

Speech, New York City, New York, November 3, 1932

 

Speech, Brooklyn, New York, November 4, 1932

Box 289, Folder 1

Holograph annotated drafts

Folder 2

Clippings

Folder 3

Speech, New York City, New York, Madison Square Garden, November 5, 1932

Folder 4

Speech, Poughkeepsie, New York, November 7, 1932

Folder 5

Inaugural address, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1933

Folder 6

Message to Congress requesting drastic economies in government, March 10, 1933

Folder 7

Radio address on banking, March 12, 1933

Folder 8

Radio address, May 7, 1933

Folder 9

Message to the nations of the world, May 16, 1933

Folder 10

Message to Congress to enact the National Industrial Recovery Act, May 17, 1933

Folder 11

Speech, Chicago, Illinois, October 2, 1933

Folder 12

Radio address, October 22, 1933

Folder 13

Message to Congress, January 3, 1934

Folder 14

Miscellaneous speeches, Spring 1934

Folder 15

Notes for speeches delivered between June and August 1934

Folder 16

Message to Congress, June 8, 1934

Folder 17

Speech, Yale University, June 21, 1934

Folder 18

Radio address, June 28, 1934

Folder 19

Speeches, Hawaii and Panama, July 11, 28, 1934

Folder 20

Speech, Glacier National Park, Montana, August 5, 1934

Folder 21

Speech, Ft. Peck Dam, Montana, August 6, 1934

Folder 22

Speech, Rochester, Minnesota, August 8, 1934

Folder 23

Speech, Green Bay, Wisconsin, August 9, 1934

Folder 24

Radio address, September 30, 1934

Box 290, Folder 1

Speech, William and Mary College, October 20, 1934

Folder 2

Speech, Washington, D.C., Bankers Speech, October 24, 1934

Folder 3

Speech, The Hermitage, Tennessee, November 12, 1934 (not given)

Folder 4

Speech, December 24, 1934

Folder 5

Messages to Congress, January and February 1935

Folder 6

Message to Congress, January 4, 1935

Folder 7

Message to Congress on social security, January 17, 1935

Folder 8

Message to Congress on natural resources, January 24, 1935

Folder 9

Message to Congress on air transportation, January 31, 1935

Folder 10

Message to Congress on N.R.A. extention, February 20, 1935

Folder 11

Message to Congress on merchant marine, March 4, 1935

Folder 12

Message to Congress on public utility holding companies, March 12, 1935

Folder 13

Radio address, April 28, 1935

Folder 14

Miscellaneous speech material, May 14, 1935

Folder 15

Speech, Washington, D.C., May 14, 1935

 

Message to Congress vetoing Bonus Bill, May 22, 1935

Folder 16-17

Memoranda and notes

Box 291, Folder 1

Memoranda

Folder 2

Message to Congress on transportation, June 7, 1935

Folder 3

Message to Congress on taxation, June 20, 1935

Folder 4

Speech, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 24, 1935

Folder 5

Speech, Fremont, Nebraska, September 28, 1935

Folder 6

Speech, Boulder Dam, September 30, 1935

Folder 7

Miscellaneous notes for speeches made on western trip, September -October 1935

Folder 8

Speech, Los Angeles, California, October 1, 1935

Folder 9

Speech, San Diego, California, October 3, 1935

Folder 10

Message sent to Herald Tribune Citizenship Conference, October 18, 1935

Folder 11

Speech, Atlanta, Georgia, November 29, 1935

Folder 12

Speech, Chicago, Illinois, December 9, 1935

Folder 13

Speech, Notre Dame University, December 9, 1935

Folder 14

Message to Congress, January 4, 1936

Folder 15

Speech, Washington, D.C., January 8, 1936

Folder 16

Speech, New York City, New York, April 25, 1936

Folder 17

Acceptance speech at Democratic National Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 27, 1936

 

Clippings and printed matter

Box 292, Folder 1

General

Folder 2-6

1932 Campaign, July-November

Folder 7

Democratic rebuttal of the Secretary of Treasury, November 1932

Folder 8

Special inaugural editions

Folder 9

Miscellany

Tape cabinet

AUDIO-VISUAL FILE.

Scope and Content Note

Three phonotapes of interviews of Raymond Moley, 1970, relating to Franklin D. Roosevelt, The First New Deal and Moley's diary
Tape cabinet

Sound recordings of interviews of Raymond Moley 1970 February 16 - April 8

Access Information

Use copy reference numbers: 68008_a_0002058, 68008_a_0002059, 68008_a_0002060, 68008_a_0002070

Scope and Content Note

Relates to Franklin D. Roosevelt, The First New Deal , important persons, Moley's appointment to the Department of State, the Roosevelt cabinet, the first New Deal, and Moley's diary. Interviews conducted in New York City and Stanford, California.
Tape 1 (68008_a_0002058): Interview with Raymond Moley, 18 Mar 1970 - 19 Mar 1970, New York City. Comments re diary. Also R. Moley, New York City, 8 Apr 1970. FDR-RM relationship.
Tape 2 (68008_a_0002059): Interview with Raymond Moley in Hoover Inst. 16 Feb 1970. Notes on his 1966 book and important persons. Also R.Moley in New York City 18 Mar 1970
Tape 3 (68008_a_0002060): Interview with Raymond Moley, 8 Apr 1970; FDR-RM relationship. Concerns Moley's appointment to the Department of State, the Roosevelt cabinet, and the first New Deal.
Unnumbered tape (68008_a_0002070): Interview with Raymond Moley on 16 February 1970 at the Hoover Institution
10.A-V

PHOTOGRAPHS.

Physical Description: (94 photos / 5 envelopes
Envelope A

18 photos of Franklin D. Roosevelt at the 1932 Democratic Convention, during the 1932 Presidential Campaign, with Raymond Moley, and in Portrait pose (autographed),

Scope and Content Note

Includes photo of scenes from the Convention and the Campaign.
Envelope B

7 photos of colleagues and acquaintances of Raymond Moley, including Alf Landon (autographed) Gus Hall (autographed), Robert LaFollette (autographed), Earl Warren (autographed), Eamon de Valera (autographed), and Herbert Hoover with a group, 1950

Envelope C

15 photos of Raymond Moley and of colleagues, including James Farley and Thomas Dewey, and of F.D. Roosevelt during the 1932 campaign, including Florida assassination attempt, and with State Dept. officials and foreign delegations, and of F.D. Roosevelt in 1933, signed by Raymond Moley, Elliott Roosevelt, James Farley, Sam Rosenman and others,

Envelope D

33 miscellaneous photos, 1950s

Scope and Content Note

Includes photos of Goodwin Knight.
Envelope E

20 miscellaneous photos, undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes photo of William Jenning Bryan and of Barry Goldwater.
Box 293-294

INCREMENTAL MATERIALS

Scope and Content Note

This addition to the collection has not yet been described. Please let the Hoover Institution Archives know if you would like to see this material described. Contact us at hooverarchivesinfo@stanford.edu 
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