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Box/Folder: 95 : 8-9

Russia

Box/Folder: 95 : 10-11

U.S.

Box/Folder: 96 : 1

Kapitsa, Pyotr

Box/Folder: 96 : 2

Karpovich, Michael

Box/Folder: 96 : 3

Katyn forest massacre, 1940

Box/Folder: 96 : 4

Kautsky, Karl

Box/Folder: 96 : 5

Kazan, Elia

 

Keep America Out of War Congress

Box/Folder: 96 : 6

General

Box/Folder: 96 : 7

Doenecke, Justus D., Non-Interventionism of the Left: The Keep America Out of the War Congress, 1938-41,1977.

Physical Description: Typescript and printed copy
Box/Folder: 96 : 8

Keep America Out of War Congress, America's Opportunity: Principles and Program of the Keep America Out of War Congress,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
 

Kennan, George

Box/Folder: 96 : 9

General

Box/Folder: 96 : 10

Correspondence, 1958-1975

Box/Folder: 96 : 11

Kennedy family

Box/Folder: 96 : 12-13

Kerenskii, Aleksandr

 

Khrushchev, Nikita

Box/Folder: 96 : 14-16

Clippings

Box/Folder: 97 : 1

Mimeographed material

Box/Folder: 97 : 2

Notes

Box/Folder: 97 : 3-5

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 97 : 6

Khrushchev, Nikita, Khrushchev Remembers

Box/Folder: 97 : 7-9

Kissinger, Henry A.

Box 98.

Koestler, Arthur

Box/Folder: 98 : 1

General

Box/Folder: 98 : 2

Deposition, 1951

Box/Folder: 98 : 3

Kohler, Foy D.

 

Kollontai, Aleksandra

Box/Folder: 98 : 4

General

Box/Folder: 98 : 5

Clements, Barbara Evans, Aleksandra Kollontai Libertine or Feminist?n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 98 : 6

Farnsworth, Beatrice, Alexandra Kollontai: Bolshevism and the Woman Question,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 98 : 7-8

Korean reunification question (1945-)

Box/Folder: 98 : 9

Korean War, 1950-1953

Box/Folder: 98 : 10

Kornilov, Lavr

Box/Folder: 98 : 11

Kosygin, Aleksei

Box/Folder: 98 : 12

Kramer, Leon

Box/Folder: 98 : 13

Kravchenko, Viktor A.

Box/Folder: 98 : 14

Krivitsky, Walter G.

Box/Folder: 98 : 15

Kronstadt, Russia - History - Revolt, 1921

 

Krupskaia, Nadezhda

Box/Folder: 98 : 16

General

Box/Folder: 98 : 17

Cultural Commissars: Krupskaya and Bubnov, n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 98 : 18

Orlov, Alexander, Comments on Mr. Robert McNeal's Review of the Article `The Ordeal of Lenin's Widow: How Stalin Persecuted Krupskaya,' n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 98 : 19

Orlov, Alexander, The Ordeal of Lenin's Widow How Stalin Persecuted Krupskaya,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 98 : 20-21

Labor and laboring classes - Russia

Box/Folder: 99 : 1

Lamont, Corliss

Box/Folder: 99 : 2

Language and languages

Box/Folder: 99 : 3

Larkin, James

Box/Folder: 99 : 4

Latin America

 

Law

Box/Folder: 99 : 5

General

 

Russia

Box/Folder: 99 : 6-7

General

Box/Folder: 99 : 8

Vishniak, Mark, American VIPs on Soviet Justice and Prisons,1959.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 99 : 9

Lea, Homer

 

Lenin, Vladimir Il'ich

Box/Folder: 99 : 10-12

Clippings

Box/Folder: 100 : 1

Mimeographed material

Box/Folder: 100 : 2-5

Notes

Box/Folder: 100 : 6

Portraits, caricatures, etc.

Box/Folder: 100 : 7-8

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 101 : 1-6

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 102 : 1-2

Quotations

 

Writings

Box/Folder: 102 : 3

Brookes, Ralph H., A Comparison of the Editions of Lenin's Sochineniia, 1954.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 102 : 4

Feuer, Lewis S., Between Fantasy and Reality: Lenin as a Philosopher and Social Scientist,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
 

Liberalism

Box/Folder: 102 : 5

Russia

Box/Folder: 102 : 6

U.S.

Box/Folder: 102 : 7-8

El Libertador

 

Liberty

Box/Folder: 102 : 9

General

Box/Folder: 102 : 10

Friedman, Milton, The Fragility of Freedom,1975.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 103 : 1

Lichtheim, George

Box/Folder: 103 : 2

Liquor problem - Russia

 

Literary forgeries and mystifications

Box/Folder: 103 : 3-4

General

 

Correspondence

Box/Folder: 103 : 5

General, 1950-1970

Box/Folder: 103 : 6

Loventhal, Milton, 1960-1961

Box/Folder: 103 : 7

Literature

 

Litvinov, Maksim

Box/Folder: 103 : 8

General

Box/Folder: 103 : 9

Carr, E. H., Interim report on Litvinov diaries, 1953.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 103 : 10

Freeman, Joseph, Memorandum on Maksim Litvinov Notes for a Journal, 1955.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 103 : 11

Souvarine, Boris, Review of Maksim Litvinov, Notes for a Journal, 1955.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 103 : 12

Lovestone, Jay

Box/Folder: 103 : 13

Loyalty-security program, 1947-

 

Lukacs, Georg

Box/Folder: 103 : 14

General

Box/Folder: 103 : 15

Levine, Norman, Lukacs on Lenin,1975.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 103 : 16

Lusitania (Steamship)

Box/Folder: 103 : 17

Luxemburg, Rosa

Box/Folder: 104 : 1

Lysenko, Trofim D.

Box/Folder: 104 : 2

Macdonald, Dwight

Box/Folder: 104 : 3

McSherry, James E.

Box/Folder: 104 : 4

Maiakovskii, Vladimir

Box/Folder: 104 : 5

Mailer, Norman

Box/Folder: 104 : 6

Malinovskii, Roman

Box/Folder: 104 : 7

Malraux, Andre

Box/Folder: 104 : 8

Man

Box/Folder: 104 : 9

Mandelshtam, Osip

Box/Folder: 104 : 10-11

Mao Tse-tung

Box/Folder: 104 : 12

Marcuse, Herbert

 

Martov, Iulii

Box/Folder: 104 : 13

Martov, Iulii, Bor'ba Osadnym Polozheniem v Rossiiskoi Sotsialdemokraticheskoi Rabochei Partii: Otvet na Pis'mo N. Lenina' (The Struggel against the State of Siege in the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party: Reply to a Letter of N. Lenin), French translation, 1904.

Physical Description: Typed copy
Box/Folder: 104 : 14

Martov, Iulii, Sauveurs ou Destructeurs? Qui Detruisait la R.S.D.R.P. et Comment? (Saviors or Destroyers? Who Destroyed the R.S.D.R.P. and How?), 1911.

Physical Description: Typed copy
Box/Folder: 104 : 15

Nakanune Martovskoi Revoliutsii (On the Eve of the Martov Revolution), n.d.

Physical Description: Typed copy
Box 105.

Marx, Karl

Box/Folder: 105 : 1

Clippings

Box/Folder: 105 : 2-3

Notes

Box/Folder: 105 : 4-6

Printed matter

 

Writings

Box/Folder: 105 : 7

Kline, George L., Some Critical Comments on Marx's Philosophy,1966.

Physical Description: Typescrip
Box/Folder: 105 : 8

Krieger, Leonard, The Uses of Marx for History,n.d.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 105 : 9

Levine, Norman, On the Discovery of Das Vollendete Geldsystem and Geldwesen, Kreditwesen, Krisen, 1975.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 105 : 10

Papaoiannou, Kostas, Aspects du Marxisme (Aspects of Marxism), n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 105 : 11

Marxian economics

Box/Folder: 105 : 12

Masani, Minoo R.

Box/Folder: 105 : 13

Maurin, Joaquin

Box/Folder: 106 : 1-2

Meany, George

Box/Folder: 106 : 3

Medicine - U.S.

Box/Folder: 106 : 4

Medvedev, Zhores

Box/Folder: 106 : 5

Meherally, Yusuf

Box/Folder: 106 : 6

Mella, Julio Antonio

Box/Folder: 106 : 7

Menuhin, Yehudi

Box/Folder: 106 : 8

Mexican literature

 

Mexico

Box/Folder: 106 : 9

Civilization

Box/Folder: 106 : 10

Economic conditions

Box/Folder: 106 : 11

Historiography. Bailey, David C., Revisionism in Mexican History (Recent Mexican Historiography): The Revolution,1975

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 106 : 12

Politics and government

Box/Folder: 106 : 13

Social conditions

Box/Folder: 106 : 14

Mihajlov, Mihajlo

Box/Folder: 106 : 15

Military service, Compulsory - U.S.

 

Minorities

Box/Folder: 106 : 16

China

 

Russia

Box/Folder: 106 : 17

General

Box/Folder: 107 : 1-2

General

 

Writings

Box/Folder: 107 : 3

The Cultural Development of the Nationalities of the Soviet Union, n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 107 : 4

Loewenthal, Rudolf, The Fate of the Kalmuks and of the Kalmuk ASSR: A Case Study in the Treatment of Minorities in the Soviet Union,1952.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 107 : 5

The National Problem in the Soviet Union, n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 107 : 6

U.S.

Box/Folder: 107 : 7

Miscellany

 

Modotti, Tina

Box/Folder: 107 : 8

General

Box/Folder: 107 : 9

Correspondence, 1965-1975

Box/Folder: 107 : 10

Molotov, Viacheslav

Box/Folder: 107 : 11

Mooney, Thomas

Box/Folder: 107 : 12

Moscow

Box/Folder: 107 : 13

Music

 

Narcotic habit

Box/Folder: 107 : 14

General

Box/Folder: 107 : 15

Correspondence, 1971

Box/Folder: 107 : 16

National characteristics, Russian

Box/Folder: 107 : 17

National socialism

Box/Folder: 107 : 18-19

Nationalism

Box/Folder: 108 : 1

Natural law

 

Natural resources

Box/Folder: 108 : 2

General

Box/Folder: 108 : 3

Russia

Box/Folder: 108 : 4

U.S.

Box/Folder: 108 : 5

Nearing, Scott

Box/Folder: 108 : 6

Neruda, Pablo

Box/Folder: 108 : 7

New Leader

Box/Folder: 108 : 8-9

New Workers School, New York City

 

New York (City)

Box/Folder: 108 : 10

General

Box/Folder: 108 : 11

City College

Box/Folder: 108 : 12

Nikolaevskii, Boris I.

Box/Folder: 108 : 13

Nixon, Richard M.

Box/Folder: 108 : 14

Nobel prizes

Box/Folder: 108 : 15

Nomad, Max

Box/Folder: 108 : 16

North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Box/Folder: 108 : 17

Nov'i Zhurnal

Box/Folder: 108 : 18

Occult sciences - U.S.

Box 109.

Orlov, Alexander

Box/Folder: 109 : 1

General

Box/Folder: 109 : 2

Correspondence, 1970-1974

Box/Folder: 109 : 3

Writings. Orlov, Alexander, Answer to the Questionnaire of Professor S. G. Payne,1968.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 109 : 4

Orwell, George

Box/Folder: 109 : 5

P.E.N.

Box/Folder: 109 : 6

Panama Canal

Box/Folder: 109 : 7

Paris - History - Commune, 1871

Box/Folder: 109 : 8

Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista

Box/Folder: 109 : 9

Partiia Sotsialistov-Revoliutsionerov. Zenzinov, V.M., Protsess S.R. Moskve v 1922 godu (The Trial of the S.R., Moscow, 1922), n.d. (includes translation).

Physical Description: Typescript
 

Passports

Box/Folder: 109 : 10

Russia

Box/Folder: 109 : 11

U.S.

Box/Folder: 109 : 12

Pasternak, Boris

Box/Folder: 109 : 13

People's democracies

Box/Folder: 109 : 14

Peru - Politics and government

Box/Folder: 109 : 15

Petersen, William

Box/Folder: 109 : 16

Philosophy

 

Philosophy, Russian

Box/Folder: 109 : 17

General

Box/Folder: 109 : 18

Kamenka, Eugene, Philosophy in the Soviet Union,1963.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 110 : 1

Poland - History - 1918-1945

 

Police - Russia

Box/Folder: 110 : 2-3

General

Box/Folder: 110 : 4

Slusser, Robert M., Chekist Leaders from Dzerzhinsky to Yezhov: Variations on a Theme,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 110 : 5-6

Political science

Box/Folder: 110 : 7

Popular fronts

Box/Folder: 110 : 8

Population

Box/Folder: 110 : 9-10

Portugal - Politics and government

Box/Folder: 111 : 1

Pound, Ezra

Box/Folder: 111 : 2

Problems of Communism

Box/Folder: 111 : 3-4

Propaganda, Communist

 

Prophecies

Box/Folder: 111 : 5-6

General

Box/Folder: 111 : 7

Cohn, Norman, Monsters of Chaos,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 111 : 8

Proudhon, Pierre-Joseph

 

Psychiatric hospitals

 

Russia

Box/Folder: 111 : 9

Clippings

Box/Folder: 111 : 10

Correspondence, 1971-1973

Box/Folder: 111 : 11

Mimeographed material

Box/Folder: 111 : 12

Notes

Box/Folder: 111 : 13-14

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 112 : 1

U.S. Sosowsky, Larry, Violence and the Mentally Ill Considered Anew,1974.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 112 : 2

Psychology

Box/Folder: 112 : 3

Public welfare

Box/Folder: 112 : 4-5

Publishers and publishing

Box/Folder: 112 : 6

Putnam, Samuel

 

Race problems

Box/Folder: 112 : 7

General

Box/Folder: 112 : 8

Rabushka, Alvin, The Manipulation of Ethnic Politics in Malaya: An Epitaph,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
 

Radicalism

Box/Folder: 112 : 9

General

 

U.S.

Box/Folder: 112 : 10-11

Clippings

Box/Folder: 112 : 12

Notes

Box/Folder: 113 : 1

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 113 : 2

Reed, John

Box/Folder: 113 : 3

Refugees, Russian

Box/Folder: 113 : 4

Religion

 

Revolutions

Box/Folder: 113 : 5

General

Box/Folder: 113 : 6

Lowenthal, Richard, Unreason and Revolution: Reflections on the Dissociation of Revolutionary Practice from Marxist Theory,1969.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 113 : 7

Right and left (Political science)

 

Rivera, Diego

Box/Folder: 113 : 8-9

General

Box/Folder: 114 : 1-4

General

Box/Folder: 114 : 5-6

Clippings

Box/Folder: 114 : 7-8

Correspondence of Diego Rivera with third parties, 1922-1940

Box/Folder: 115 : 1-3

Correspondence of Diego Rivera with third parties, 1922-1940

Box/Folder: 115 : 4-5

Correspondence relating to Diego Rivera, 1929-1977

Box/Folder: 115 : 6-8

Notebooks

Box/Folder: 116 : 1-4

Notebooks

Box/Folder: 116 : 5

Portraits, caricatures, etc.

Box/Folder: 116 : 6-8

Printed matter

Box 117.

Writings by Diego Rivera

Box/Folder: 117 : 1

Printed copies of writings, 1923-1942

Box/Folder: 117 : 2

A los Obreros y Campesinos de Mexico (To the Workers and Peasants of Mexico n.d.

Physical Description: Holograph
Box/Folder: 117 : 3

A los Trabajadores Organizados de Mexico (To the Organized Workers of Mexico), n.d.

Physical Description: Holograph and typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 4

Alfaro Siqueiros, n.d.

Physical Description: Holograph
Box/Folder: 117 : 5

America Debe Descubrir Su Propria Bellez (America Must Discover Her Own Beauty) 1930.

Physical Description: Holograph and typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 6

Con Joaquin Clausell (With Joaquin Clausell), 1922.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 7

Contestacion a los Cargos Concretos Hechos a Diego Rivera ante la Comision de Investigacion que Conoce del Caso de la Escuela Central de Artes Plasticas (Reply to the Concrete Charges Made against Diego Rivera before the Commission of Investigation that Tries the Case of the Central School of Plastic Arts), n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript and mimeograph
Box/Folder: 117 : 8

En Contra de Diego Rivera? No, en Contra del Joven Arte Plastica Mexicano! En Favor del Sustento (Against Diego Rivera? No, against the New Mexican Plastic Art! For Support), 1930.

Physical Description: Holograph and typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 9

Estado Actual de las Investigaciones Antropoligicas en Mexico y Sugestiones Sobre el Desarrolo Futuro (Actual State of Anthropological Investigation in Mexico and Suggestions on Its Future Development), n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 10

Exposicion del Asunto de la Decoracion que se Ejecutura sobre los Muros Centrally Laterales y la Boveda de la Escalera Monumental del Patio del Palacio Nacional (Exposition on the Subject of the Decoration to be Executed on the Central and Lateral Walls and the Arch of the Monumental Staircase of the Patio of the National Palace), n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 11

El Fascismo y el Arte (Fascism and Art) 1935.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 12

The Functions of Art, 1936.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 13

H.P.: Sinfonia de Baile (H.P.: Symphony of Dance), 1931.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 14

Mardonio Magana, Campesino, el mas Grande Escultor Mexicano Contemporaneo (Mardonio Magana, Peasant, the Greatest Contemporary Mexican Sculptor), n.d.

Physical Description: Holograph and typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 15

Mickey Mouse, n.d.

Physical Description: Holograph
Box/Folder: 117 : 16

El Nacionalismo y el Arte (Nationalism and Art), n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 17

Notas de Discursas sobre el Arte (Notes on Talks on Art), n.d.

Physical Description: Holograph
Box/Folder: 117 : 18

Painting, n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 19

Painting in the New Workers School, n.d.

Physical Description: Holograph
Box/Folder: 117 : 20

Plan de Estudios para la Escuela Central de Artes Plasticas de Mexico (Plan of Study for the Central School of Plastic Arts of Mexico), n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 21

Plan de una Representacion Grafico-Sintetica de la Epoca Antigua de Mexico (Plan of a Graphic-Synthetic Representation of the Epoch of Antiquity of Mexico), n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 22

Role of Fresco, 1932.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 23

El Sindicato Revolucionario de Pintores de Mexico y Su Importancia como Factor Revolucionario (The Revolutionary Union of Painters of Mexico and Its Importance as a Revolutionary Factor), n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 24

Subject Matter of the Proposed Mural Decorations by Diego Rivera for the Radio Corporation of America Building in the Rockefeller Center, New York City, n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 117 : 25-26

Untitled, n.d.

Physical Description: Holographs and typescripts
Box/Folder: 117 : 27

Rivera, Frida Kahlo

Box/Folder: 117 : 28

Rockfeller family

Box/Folder: 117 : 29

Ramanov, House of

Box/Folder: 117 : 30

Romppanen, Klaus

Box/Folder: 118 : 1

Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel

 

Rousset, David

Box/Folder: 118 : 2

General

Box/Folder: 118 : 3

Correspondence, 1949-1959

Box/Folder: 118 : 4

Roy, M.N.

Box/Folder: 118 : 5-7

Rozek, Edward J.

Box/Folder: 118 : 8

Russell, Bertrand

 

Russia

 

Armed Forces

Box/Folder: 118 : 9-10

General

Box/Folder: 118 : 11

Erickson, John, Soviet Military Performance: Some Manpower and Managerial Constraints,1973.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 118 : 12

Kenez, Peter, A Profile of the Prerevolutionary Officer Corps,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 118 : 13

Kenez, Peter, Social Mobility in the Russian Officer Corps before the First World War,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 119 : 1

Civilization

Box/Folder: 119 : 2

Constitution

 

Economic conditions

Box/Folder: 119 : 3

1918-1945

Box/Folder: 119 : 4-5

1945-1955

Box/Folder: 119 : 6

1955-1965

 

1965-1975

Box/Folder: 119 : 7-9

General

Box/Folder: 119 : 10

Kohler, Foy D., Soviet Economic Outlook: Political Aspects,1973.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 119 : 11-12

Statistics

 

Economic policy

 

General

Box/Folder: 119 : 13

General

Box/Folder: 120 : 1

General

Box/Folder: 120 : 2

Garvy, George, The Role of the State Bank in Soviet Planning,1963.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
 

1917-1928

Box/Folder: 120 : 3

General

Box/Folder: 120 : 4

Buchanan, H. Ray, `War Communism' and the Transition to Socialism: The Supreme Council of the National Economy, 1917-1920,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 120 : 5

Vol'skii, Nikolai, Non-Party Special ists and the Coming of the N.E.P., n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 120 : 6

1928-1932

Box/Folder: 120 : 7

1938-1942

Box/Folder: 120 : 8

1946-1950

Box/Folder: 120 : 9

1951-1955

Box/Folder: 120 : 10

1956-1958

 

1959-1965

Box/Folder: 120 : 11-13

General

Box/Folder: 120 : 14

Jasny, Naum, The Soviet Seven-Year Plan: Is It Realistic?1959.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 121 : 1-4

1966-1970

Box/Folder: 121 : 5-6

1971-1975

Box/Folder: 121 : 7

Emigration and immigration

Box/Folder: 121 : 8

Foreign economic relations

 

Foreign relations

 

General

Box/Folder: 121 : 9

Clippings

Box/Folder: 122 : 1

Mimeographed materials

Box/Folder: 122 : 2

Notes

Box/Folder: 122 : 3-6

Printed matter

 

Writings

Box/Folder: 122 : 7

Marantz, Paul, Stalinist Forei Policy Doctrine,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 122 : 8

Rosenthal, Harry Kenneth, The Soviet Union: Disappointmen and Disillusions from a German Standpoint,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 122 : 9

Africa

Box/Folder: 122 : 10

Arab countries

Box/Folder: 122 : 11

Asia

Box/Folder: 122 : 12

Austria

Box 123.

China

Box/Folder: 123 : 1

Clippings

Box/Folder: 123 : 2

Notes

Box/Folder: 123 : 3-5

Printed matter

 

Writings

Box/Folder: 123 : 6

Jaffe, Philip J., The Sino-Soviet Dispute: Highlights of Its History, Prospects for Its Future,n.d.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 123 : 7

Jaffe, Philip J., Sino-Soviet Relations,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 123 : 8-9

Europe, Eastern

Box/Folder: 123 : 10

Finland

Box/Folder: 124 : 1-3

Germany

Box/Folder: 124 : 4

Great Britain

Box/Folder: 124 : 5

India

Box/Folder: 124 : 6

Israel

Box/Folder: 124 : 7

Japan

Box/Folder: 124 : 8

Norway

 

Historiography

Box/Folder: 124 : 9

Clippings

Box/Folder: 124 : 10

Mimeographed material

Box/Folder: 124 : 11

Notes

Box/Folder: 124 : 12-13

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 125 : 1-2

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 125 : 3

Writings. Solski, Waclaw, The Soviet Bible,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
 

History

 

General

Box/Folder: 125 : 4-6

General

Box/Folder: 125 : 7-8

Notebooks

Box/Folder: 126 : 1-2

Notebooks

Box/Folder: 126 : 3

Pictorial works

 

Revolution, March-November 1917

Box/Folder: 126 : 4-5

Clippings

Box/Folder: 126 : 6

Mimeographed material

Box/Folder: 126 : 7-8

Notes

Box/Folder: 127 : 1-6

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 127 : 7

Writings. Rabinowitch, Alexander, Comment on Robert V. Daniels, Bolshevik Preparations for October,1967.

Physical Description: Typescript
 

Revolution, 1917-1921

 

General

Box/Folder: 127 : 8

General

Box/Folder: 128 : 1-2

General

Box/Folder: 128 : 3

Schapiro, Leonard, Letter to the editor, Times Literary Supplement, 1958.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 128 : 4

Counter-revolutionary movements

 

Allied intervention, 1918-1920

Box/Folder: 128 : 5

General

Box/Folder: 128 : 6

Wolin, Simon, American Intervention in Siberia in 1918-1920, n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
 

Politics and government

Box/Folder: 128 : 7

General

 

Writings

Box/Folder: 128 : 8

Schwartz, Joel J. and William R. Keech, Group Influence over the Policy Process in the Soviet Union,n.d.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 128 : 9

Theen, Rolf H. W., Political Scienc in the USSR: `To Be or Not To Be Some Reflections on the Implicati of a Recent Soviet Critique of American Political Science, 1970.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 128 : 10

Population

 

Social conditions

Box/Folder: 128 : 11-12

General

Box/Folder: 128 : 13

Farnsworth, Beatrice, Bolshevik Alternatives and the Soviet Family: The 1926 Marriage Law Debate,1975.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 128 : 14-15

Russian literature

Box/Folder: 129 : 1

Russo-German Treaty, 1939

Box/Folder: 129 : 2

Sacco, Nicola and Bartolomeo Vanzetti

Box/Folder: 129 : 3

Saint-Simon, Henri de

Box/Folder: 129 : 4

Sakharov, Andrei

Box/Folder: 129 : 5

Sartre, Jean-Paul

Box/Folder: 129 : 6

Schapiro, Leonard

Box/Folder: 129 : 7

Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr.

 

Schwarz, Solomon

Box/Folder: 129 : 8

General

Box/Folder: 129 : 9

Correspondence, 1952-1954

 

Science

Box/Folder: 129 : 10

General

 

Russia

Box/Folder: 129 : 11-12

General

Box 130.

Writings

Box/Folder: 130 : 1

Epstein, Paul S., The Diamat and the Point of View of Modern Science,n.d.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 130 : 2

London, Ivan D., Russian Psychology and Psychiatry,1951.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 130 : 3

Usloviia Nauchnoi Raboty v SSSR v Oblasti Biologii (Conditions of Research in Soviet Biology), 1952.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 130 : 4

Scott, John

Box/Folder: 130 : 5

Sedova, Natalia

 

Serge, Victor

Box/Folder: 130 : 6

General

Box/Folder: 130 : 7

Correspondence, 1941

Box/Folder: 130 : 8

Shatov, William

Box/Folder: 130 : 9-10

Shockley, William B.

Box/Folder: 130 : 11

Sholokhov, Mikhail

Box/Folder: 130 : 12

Shostakovich, Dmitri

Box/Folder: 130 : 13

Silone, Ignazio

Box/Folder: 130 : 14

Sinclair, Upton

Box/Folder: 130 : 15

Siniavskii, Andrei

 

Siqueiros, David Alfaro

Box/Folder: 130 : 16

General

Box/Folder: 130 : 17

Correspondence, 1973-1976

Box/Folder: 130 : 18

Smal-Stocki, Roman

 

Social classes

Box/Folder: 130 : 19

General

Box/Folder: 130 : 20

Russia

Box 131.

Socialism

 

General

Box/Folder: 131 : 1

General

Box/Folder: 131 : 2

Herberg, Will, Socialism and Freedom,1944.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 131 : 3

Africa

Box/Folder: 131 : 4

Asia

Box/Folder: 131 : 5

France

Box/Folder: 131 : 6

Germany

Box/Folder: 131 : 7

Great Britain

 

Russia

Box/Folder: 131 : 8

Clippings

Box/Folder: 131 : 9

Notes

Box/Folder: 131 : 10-12

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 132 : 1

Writings. Frankel, Jonathan, Russian Jewish Socialism in the Era of Emigration and Revolution,1973.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 132 : 2

Sweden

Box/Folder: 132 : 3-4

U.S.

Box/Folder: 132 : 5

Socialist International

 

Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr

Box/Folder: 132 : 6-8

Clippings

Box/Folder: 132 : 9

Mimeographed material

Box/Folder: 132 : 10

Notes

Box/Folder: 133 : 1-3

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 133 : 4

Sorel, Georges. Roth, Jack J., Georges Sorel: On Lenin and the Bolshevik Revolution,1975.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 133 : 5

South Africa - Race question

Box/Folder: 133 : 6-7

Souvarine, Boris

 

Spain

Box/Folder: 133 : 8

Civilization

 

History - Civil War, 1936-1939

 

General

Box/Folder: 133 : 9-10

Clippings

Box/Folder: 133 : 11

Correspondence - Wolfe, Ella, 1937

Box/Folder: 133 : 12

Notes

Box/Folder: 134 : 1-2

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 134 : 3

Refugees

Box/Folder: 134 : 4-5

Politics and government

Box/Folder: 134 : 6

Spencer, Herbert

Box/Folder: 134 : 7

Sperber, Manes

Box/Folder: 134 : 8

Sports - Communist countries

 

Stalin, Iosif

Box/Folder: 134 : 9-11

Clippings

Box/Folder: 135 : 1

Mimeographed material

Box/Folder: 135 : 2-3

Notes

Box/Folder: 135 : 4

Portraits, caricatures, etc.

Box/Folder: 135 : 5-8

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 136 : 1

Quotations

 

Writings

Box/Folder: 136 : 2

Levine, Isaac Don, Stalin Was a Tsarist Agent, n.d.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 136 : 3

Lockhart, Sir Robert Bruce, Stalin and the Bolshevik Revolution,n.d.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 136 : 4

Stalin, Iosif, Letter to the editor, New Leader, 1926.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 136 : 5

Weinreich, Uriel, The Significance of the Soviet Linguistic Controversy,1952.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 136 : 6

Stanford University

Box/Folder: 136 : 7

Stanford-for-Czechoslovakia Committee

Box/Folder: 136 : 8

Stankevich, Vladimir

Box/Folder: 136 : 9

Strong, Anna Louise

 

Student movements

Box/Folder: 136 : 10

General

 

U.S.

Box/Folder: 136 : 11-12

Clippings

Box/Folder: 136 : 13

Notes

Box/Folder: 137 : 1

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 137 : 2

Sverdlov, Iakob. Duval, Charles, Jacob Sverdlov: The Irreplaceable Bolshevik,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
 

Taiwan

Box/Folder: 137 : 3

General

Box/Folder: 137 : 4

Wu, Yuan-li, Statement before U.S. House of Representatives, Foreign Affairs Committee, Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs, 1971.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 137 : 5

Tarsis, Valeriy

 

Taxation - U.S.

Box/Folder: 137 : 6

General

Box/Folder: 137 : 7

Smith, Dan Throop, Statement before U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Ways and Means, 1973.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 137 : 8-9

Technology

Box/Folder: 137 : 10

Teller, Edward

Box/Folder: 137 : 11

Thalheimer, August, An Introduction to Dialectical Materialism. Correspondence, 1935

Box/Folder: 137 : 12

Thomas, Norman

Box/Folder: 137 : 13

Togliatti, Palmiro

Box/Folder: 137 : 14

Totalitarian ethics

Box 138.

Totalitarianism

Box/Folder: 138 : 1

Clippings

Box/Folder: 138 : 2-3

Notes

Box/Folder: 138 : 4-6

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 138 : 7-9

Quotations, maxims, etc.

Box 139.

Trade-unions

Box/Folder: 139 : 1

General

 

U.S.

Box/Folder: 139 : 2-3

Clippings

Box/Folder: 139 : 4-6

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 139 : 7

Traven, B.

 

Tresca, Carlo

Box/Folder: 139 : 8

General

Box/Folder: 139 : 9

Tresca, Carlo, Autobiography,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescrip
Box 140.

Trotskii, Lev

Box/Folder: 140 : 1

Clippings

Box/Folder: 140 : 2

Notes

Box/Folder: 140 : 3

Portraits, caricatures, etc.

Box/Folder: 140 : 4-6

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 140 : 7

Quotations

 

Writings

Box/Folder: 140 : 8

Trotskii, Lev, Deuxieme Siezde du Parti Ouvrier Social-Democrate de Russie (Second Congress of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party), 1903.

Physical Description: Typed copy
Box/Folder: 140 : 9

Trotskii, Lev, Interview with Henriette Celarie, 1938.

Physical Description: Typed copy
Box/Folder: 140 : 10

Trotskii, Lev, K Voprosu o Perspektivakh Mirovogo Razvitiia (On the Perspectives of World Development), translati 1924.

Physical Description: Typed copy
Box/Folder: 140 : 11

Trotsky, n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 140 : 12

Ziv, G. A., Trotskii,n.d.

Physical Description: Typed copy
Box/Folder: 140 : 13

Truman, Harry S.

Box/Folder: 140 : 14

Tsereteli, Irakli

Box/Folder: 140 : 15

Tsvetaeva, Marina

Box 141.

Underground literature - Russia

Box/Folder: 141 : 1-2

General

Box/Folder: 141 : 3

Boiter, Albert, Samizdat: Primary Source Material in the Study of Current Soviet Affairs,1972.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 141 : 4-5

United Nations

Box/Folder: 141 : 6

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

 

U.S.

Box/Folder: 141 : 7

Armed Forces

 

Centennial celebrations, etc.

Box/Folder: 141 : 8

Clippings

Box/Folder: 141 : 9-10

Notes

Box/Folder: 142 : 1

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 142 : 2

Central Intelligence Agency

Box/Folder: 142 : 3

Civilization

Box/Folder: 142 : 4-5

Commerce - Russia

Box/Folder: 142 : 6

Diplomatic and consular service

 

Economic conditions

Box/Folder: 142 : 7-8

General

Box/Folder: 143 : 1

Discourse in Depression, n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 143 : 2

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Box/Folder: 143 : 3

Foreign opinion, Russian

 

Foreign relations

 

General

Box/Folder: 143 : 4-5

General

Box/Folder: 143 : 6

Emmet, Christopher, Primer of American Policy in the Cold War,1954.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 143 : 7

Lichtenstein, David S., Some Notes on Hans Morgenthau, Robert W. Tucker and the New Isolationism,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 143 : 8

Arab countries

Box/Folder: 143 : 9-10

China

Box/Folder: 143 : 11

Israel

Box/Folder: 143 : 12

Latin America

Box 144.

Russia

Box/Folder: 144 : 1-4

Clippings

Box/Folder: 144 : 5

Mimeographed material

Box/Folder: 144 : 6-7

Notes

Box/Folder: 145 : 1-4

Printed matter

 

Writings

Box/Folder: 145 : 5

Maddox, Robert James, Cold War Revisionism and the Liberal Historians: The Reception of Revisionism by the Libera Community,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 145 : 6

An Open Letter to the American People, n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 145 : 7

Sweden

Box/Folder: 145 : 8

Vietnam

Box/Folder: 145 : 9-10

Historiography

Box/Folder: 146 : 1-2

Historiography

Box/Folder: 146 : 3-4

Information Agency

Box/Folder: 146 : 5

Politics and government

Box/Folder: 146 : 6

Popular culture

 

Race question

Box/Folder: 146 : 7-9

Clippings

Box/Folder: 147 : 1

Notes

Box/Folder: 147 : 2

Printed matter

 

Relations (general) with Russia

Box/Folder: 147 : 3-4

General

Box/Folder: 147 : 5

Hook, Sidney, A Dialogue with an `Unofficial' Soviet Russian Delegation,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 147 : 6-7

Religion

Box/Folder: 147 : 8

Social conditions

 

University Centers for Rational Alternatives

Box/Folder: 147 : 9-10

General

Box/Folder: 147 : 11

Correspondence, 1968-1972

Box/Folder: 147 : 12

Urbanization

Box/Folder: 147 : 13

Urena, Pedro Henriquez

Box/Folder: 148 : 1-2

Utopias

Box/Folder: 148 : 3

Viereck, Peter

 

Vietnam - History - Conflict, 1961-1975

Box/Folder: 148 : 4-6

General

Box/Folder: 148 : 7

Dan, Phan Quang, Farewell statement, Washingto D.C., 1968.

Physical Description: Typescript
 

Violence

Box/Folder: 148 : 8-9

General

Box/Folder: 149 : 1-2

U.S.

Box/Folder: 149 : 3

Vishinskii, Andrei

Box/Folder: 149 : 4

Vlasov, Andrei. Schwarz, Solomon, Tragediia Vlasovskogo Dvizheniia (Tragedy of the Vlasov Division), n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
 

Vol'skii, Nikolai

Box/Folder: 149 : 5

General

Box/Folder: 149 : 6

Correspondence, 1956-1971

Box/Folder: 149 : 7-8

War

Box/Folder: 149 : 9

Welfare economics. Logue, Dennis E. and Thomas D. Willett, The Relation between the Rate and Variability of Inflation: Another Aspect of the Welfare Cost of Inflationary Finance,1975.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 149 : 10

Williams, Duncan, Trousered Apes

Box/Folder: 149 : 11

Wilson, Edmund

Box/Folder: 149 : 12

Wit and humor, Eastern European

 

Wittfogel, Karl A.

Box/Folder: 149 : 13

General

Box/Folder: 149 : 14

Correspondence, 1952-1976

Box 150.

Wolfe et al. v. Froehlke

Box/Folder: 150 : 1-2

Briefs, 1972-1974

Box/Folder: 150 : 3

Correspondence, 1972-1973

Box/Folder: 150 : 4

Workers Age

Box/Folder: 150 : 5

Workers School, New York City

Box/Folder: 150 : 6-7

World politics

 

World War, 1939-1945

Box/Folder: 150 : 8

General

Box/Folder: 150 : 9-11

Diplomatic history

Box/Folder: 150 : 12

Forced repatriation

Box/Folder: 151 : 1

Russia

Box/Folder: 151 : 2-3

Woytinsky, Wladimir

 

Zinov'ev, Grigorii

Box/Folder: 151 : 4

General

Box/Folder: 151 : 5

Hedlin, Myron W., Consistency or Cowardice? Zinoviev in 1917,1972.

Physical Description: Mimeograph
Box/Folder: 151 : 6

Hedlin, Myron W., Grigorii Zinoviev: The Myths of the Defeated,n.d.

Physical Description: Typescript
Box/Folder: 151 : 7

Zionism

Box 152-153

Card File. Index card notes by Bertram D. Wolfe, mostly relating to Russian history, unsorted.

Box 154

Oversize File

Scope and Content Note

Oversize miscellany, arranged alphabetically by subject.
Box/Folder: 154 : 1

Krupskaia, Nadezhda

Box/Folder: 154 : 2

Leningrad - Maps

Microfilm cabinet

Microfilm, 1917-1949

Scope and Content Note

Microfilm of writings by Bertram D. Wolfe and others, arranged alphabetically by author.
Reel  1

Chernov, Viktor, TS.K.-P.S.R. na Rubezhe Dvukh Revoliutsii (Central Committee of the Party of Socialist Revolutionaries on the Border between Two Revolutions), n.d.

Physical Description: Positive film of typescript (includes typewritten explanatory notes)
Reel  2

Germany. Geheime Staatspolizei, Gestapo arrest list for England, n.d.

Physical Description: Negative film of printed copy
Reel  3

Kak Sovetuiut Reshit Vopros o Zemle Razlichnyia Politicheskiia Partii Rossii (How the Different Political Parties of Russia Suggest Solving the Land Question), 1917.

Physical Description: Positive film of printed copy
Reel  4

Krupskaia, Nadezhda, Instruktsiia o Peresmotre Knizhnogo Sostava Bibliotek k Iziatiiu Kontr-Revoliutsionnoi i Anti-Khudozhestvennoi Literaturi (Instructions on Review of Library Books for Removal of Counter-Revolutionary and Anti-Art Literature), 1923.

Physical Description: Negative film of printed copy
Reel  5

Same as above.

Physical Description: Positive film
Reel  6

Wolfe, Bertram D.

Physical Description: Negative film of printed copies
Reel  6

China's Fate, American Mercury, January 1947

Reel  6

The Rise and Fall of the Comintern, American Mercury, March 1947

Reel  6

Dissenting Opinion on Toynbee, American Mercury, June 1947

Reel  6

Marx: The Man and His Legacy, American Mercury, September 1947

Reel  6

Forced Labor in Soviet Russia, American Mercury, November 1947

Reel  6

Stalin Worship in Russian Schools, American Mercury, January 1948

Reel  6

The Individual vs. the State, American Mercury, March 1948

Reel  6

Politics and Fiction in Mexico, American Mercury, June 1948

Reel  6

What Next in China? American Mercury, April 1949

Reel  6

The Problem of Power, American Mercury, September 1949

Tape cabinet

Sound recordings (phonotapes) 1969-1976

Scope and Content Note

Sound recordings (phonotapes) of speeches by Bertram D. Wolfe, arranged chonologically. In English. See also Ella Wolfe Oral History sound recordings
Cassette cabinet

Bertram Wolfe speech in the United States undated

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_a_00003420

Scope and Content Note

A talk on the Communist movement of which he was a part. Using a series of memories and stories, he concentrates on his history, how and why he became a communist, and his experiences in the Communist International.
Cassette cabinet

The Extraordinary Adventures of a Yankee in Mexico speech , 9 May 1969

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_a_00003416

Scope and Content Note

Wolfe discusses his time in Mexico, starting with his assignment to teach English in the country through his deportation and return. He speaks at length about Diego Rivera. He touches on Leon Trotsky in the question-and-answer session.
Cassette cabinet

Bertram Wolfe speech 9 May 1969

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Use copy reference number: 77029_a_00003381
Cassette cabinet

Bertram Wolfe addressing the University of Texas at Austin, "Reminiscences of the Communist International" 12 March 1970

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_a_00003382

Scope and Content Note

Also includes "A Mexican Bandit in Communist Russia." Relates to the 5th Congress, Comintern, 1924. Introduced by Prof. Oliver Radkey.
Cassette cabinet

What Was Wrong with the American Revolution? A Study in Comparative Revolution, speech, American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, 8 October 1976

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_a_00003417

Scope and Content Note

Wolfe discusses the American Revolution, in the process comparing it with the French and Russian revolutions. Figures he concentrates on are Benjamin Franklin, emphasizing his age; Thomas Jefferson, emphasizing his Virginian heritage as key to the revolution; John Adams, emphasizing his political skill; Thomas Paine, emphasizing reforms Paine wanted that Wolfe suggests would have led to totalitarianism; and George Washington, emphasizing his military background and understanding the value of retreat. Wolfe then talks about how important in-fighting is to the success or failure of a revolution. He finishes by noting all the founding fathers died in bed, save one that died in a duel.
Cassette cabinet

Sound recording from the West Coast Association of Women Historians annual conference, a conversation with Ella Wolfe and Joan M. Todd and colleagues 21 April 1979

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_a_00003419
Cassette cabinet

Professor Hugh Trevor-Roper speech at Colorado College on 4 July 1979

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_a_00003421

Scope and Content Note

A talk on Hitler's rise to power and the early days of the Third Reich. Trevor-Roper structures the talk as a recital of historical events, often commenting on the implication of these event. He also focuses on the Third Reich's relationships with communism and the Catholic Church. In English
Tape cabinet

Videotapes 1986-1990, undated

Tape cabinet

Interview with Ella Wolfe by Rob Ernst July 1986

Tape cabinet

Frida Kahlo: a ribbon around a bomb 1990

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_v_0008540

Scope and Content Note

Documentary about Frida Kahlo produced by Itzcuintli Films. Produced by Jeff Hurst, Cora Cardona, Ken Mandel; Directed by Ken Mandel; Cinematography: Jeff Hurst; Original Music: John Bryant, Frank Hames.
Tape cabinet

Frida Kahlo: A Portrait of an Artist PBS, KQED San Francisco undated

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_v_0008542

Scope and Content Note

Documentary about Frida Kahlo. Produced by Louise Lo. KQED/NABET. Narrated by Edward James Olmos. Voice of Frida Kahlo: Anne Betancourt; Voice of Diego Rivera: Luis Valdez.
Tape cabinet

Secret Intec. #101, KCET Los Angeles, undated

Tape cabinet

What the Belly Contains, a homage to Frida Kahlo, 1988

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_v_0008544

Scope and Content Note

Experimental film inspired by Frida Kahlo. Film by Margaret Hussey and Rebecca Long. Original music by Malcolm Payne. VHS videocassette copy of a 16mm motion picture film; the film is not in the possession of the Hoover Institution.
10.A-V 77029

Photographs and Drawings, 1920-1974, undated

Physical Description: 807 prints, 9 drawings, 6 negatives, 3 color slides, 4 glass plates / 35 envelopes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs and drawings, arranged by subject.
Envelope A

18 prints and 3 drawings of Bertram and Ella Wolfe, including 4 prints taken at the 5th World Congress of the Communist International Moscow. 1924

Envelope B

41 prints of buildings, people and scenes in Moscow during the 5th World Congress of the Communist International. 1924

Envelope C

9 miscellaneous prints, including prints of Stanislas Pestkovskii and B. F. Vidas, Soviet diplomats in Mexico, 1925; Jay Lovestone, American communist leader; and British and American delegates to the 2d congress of the Communist International, 1920.

Envelope D

4 prints of V. I. Lenin. undated

Envelope E

13 prints of Lev Trotskii at the Dewey Commission hearings. 1937

Envelope F

36 prints of Iosif Stalin. undated

Envelope G

17 prints of various Soviet leaders, including V. I. Lenin, Lev Trotskii, Iosif Stalin, Grigorii Zinov'ev, Lev Kamenev, Nikolai Bukharin, Viacheslav Molotov, Nadezhda Krupskaia, Ian Rudzutak, Mikhail Tomskii, Aleksei Rykov, Mikhail Kalinin, Klementii Voroshilov, Aleksandra Kollontai and Andrei Gromyko. undated

Envelope H

21 miscellaneous prints, including prints of Iulii Martov, Rosa Luxemburg, Petr Vrangel', Aleksandr Kolchak, Anton Denikin, Gustav Mannerheim, Leon Felipe, Wladimir Woytinsky and Julius Epstein. undated

Envelope I

59 prints issued by the U.S. Information Agency, illustrating the history of Bolshevism and conditions in the Soviet Union under communism. undated

Envelope K

9 prints of Maksim Gor'kii. undated

Envelope L

20 prints of Diego Rivera. undated

Envelope M

12 prints of Frida Kahlo Rivera, and 2 prints of self-portraits of Frida Kahlo Rivera. undated

Envelope N

9 prints of relatives, associates and dwelling places of Diego Rivera. undated

Envelope O

44 prints of paintings by Diego Rivera, and 5 sketches by Diego Rivera. undated

Envelope P

43 prints of paintings by Diego Rivera. undated

Envelope Q

6 miscellaneous negatives, 3 color slides of Bertram Wolfe, and 4 glass slides of paintings by Diego Rivera. undated

Envelope mR

13 oversize prints of V. I. Lenin and associates of V. I. Lenin. undated

Envelope mS

13 oversize prints, including prints of Diego Rivera, and prints of drawings of V. I. Lenin, Lev Trotskii, Clara Zetkin and Maksim Gor'kii. undated

Envelope T-U

69 prints of Bertram and Ellas Wolfe at various stages of their lives. undated

Envelope V

28 prints of Bertram and Ella Wolfe with others, including Victor Haya de la Torre, Jay Lovestone, Eugene Lyons, Diego Rivera, William Weinstone, Charles Zimmerman, early members and sympathizers of the Communist Party, U.S.A., and members of the Soviet embassy in Mexico. undated

Envelope W

29 prints of Bertram and Ella Wolfe with others, including Glenn Campbell, William Yandell Elliott, Alfred Kazin, Melvin Lasky, Abba Lerner, Sol Levitas, Edward Rozek, and Leonard Schapiro. undated

Envelope X

45 prints and postcards of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, their artwork and acquaintances. undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes 1 print of Frida Kahlo with Leon Trotksy.
Envelope Y

12 prints of communist demonstrations and other scenes in Mexico. undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes prints of Rafael Carrillo, Tina Modotti, Charles Shipman, and Edward Weston.
Envelope Z

41 prints and postcards of miscellaneous scenes in Mexico. undated

Envelope AA

7 prints and postcards of V. I. Lenin, Leon Trotsky, and Joseph Stalin. undated

Envelope AB

37 prints of scenes in the Soviet Union, mainly of Moscow during the 5th Congress of the Communist International, 1924, including prints of A. Lozovskii and other delegates.

Scope and Content Note

Includes 1 print of M. N. Roy, Ho Chi Minh and other Asian delegates to the 4th Congress of the Communist International, 1922.
Envelope AC

8 prints of Leon Haykis, Aleksandra Kollontai, Stanislas Pestkovskii and other Soviet officials in Mexico. undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes 1 print of Vladimir Mayakovsky.
Envelope AD

13 prints of Svetlana Allilueva and family. undated

Envelope AE

25 prints of early members and sympathizers of the Communist Party, U.S.A., and of demonstrations by the Independent Labor League of America. undated

Scope and Content Note

Includes several prints of Jay Lovestone, including 1 with Willi Munzenberg.
Envelope AF

18 prints of various individuals, including Harry Goldberg, Celia Goodman, Victor Haya de la Torre, Mamaine Koestler, Eugene Lyons, Joaquin Maurin, Boris Nicolaevsky, Samuel Putnam, Leonard Schapiro, Ernst Toller, Frances Toor, Carlo Tresca, Wang Fan-hsi, and Karl Wittfogel. undated

Envelope AG

12 prints of Salomon and Vera Schwarz, Nikolai Valentinov-Vol'skii, and Wladimir Woytinsky. undated

Envelope AH

58 prints of miscellaneous scenes, including Yosemite, Taos and Cape Cod. undated

Envelope mAI

5 prints of Bertram and Ella Wolfe with President Luis Echeverria Alvarez of Mexico, 1974; 2 prints of Wladimir and Emma Woytinsky; 1 print of Joseph Stalin with a small child; 1 printed reproduction of self-portrait by Diego Rivera.

Cassette cabinet

Ella Wolfe oral history sound recordings, in English (Phonotape cassettes and 1/4-inch phonotape reels) 1982-1983

Scope and Content Note

Interview conducted by Ramon Myers, fellow at the Hoover Institution
 

Tape 1: Sound recording of conversations between Ramon Myers and Ella Wolfe 18-22 October 1982

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_a_0003348

Scope and Content Note

Topics: Growing up in Russia; life in New York; interlude in San Francisco; underground political meeting at St. Joe, Michigan; Mexico; and some recollections about Sidney Hook.
The interview on 18 October, 1982, begins with Wolfe describing growing up in Russia. She says that growing up, people around her often spoke about socialism. She then describes the town she grew up in and some examples of life in it. This leads to a discussion of Wolfe's education, which in turn leads to her elopement to Bertram. Wolfe claims that Bertram had never heard of socialism until he went to her house, where it was spoken about constantly.
The conversation then moves to a discussion of the Wolfes' lives in America. First, Wolfe describes health problems. Describing their time in San Francisco, she notes that Bertram became involved in the Communist Party once in the city. She then describes how they got jobs to make a living, but quickly returns to stories about their involvement in the Communist Party. After tales about Bertram in the party, Myers asks about Jay Lovestone, to which Wolfe speaks about at length through various stories. In the process of describing the Party, the conversation moves to the Wolfes' work in Mexico. Included in this are stories about Diego Rivera. She says Frida Kahlo was one of the most extraordinary people she ever knew and a better painter than Rivera. While speaking about life in Mexico, she talks about Bertram's interaction with libraries and saving rare books. The recording ends with a discussion about Sidney Hook.
 

Tape 2: Sound recording of conversations between Ramon Myers and Ella Wolfe 20-25 October 1982

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Use copy reference number: 77029_a_0003349

Scope and Content Note

Topics: Mexico, artists and people; Mexico, Bert and Soviet Embassy; recollections of Max Eastman; and New York, late 1920s and communist cell Friends (Whittaker Chambers, others).
The discussion begins with stories about Bertram's book about strange communists, and the conversation briefly touches on happenings and conditions in Russia. However, most of the time is spent on the Wolfes' experiences in Mexico. Among the topics are Diego Rivera; Leon Felipe, describing him from a variety of angles, using stories to illustrate his character; a new library in Mexico; other communist painters and assassination attempts on Leon Trotsky; the relationship of the living with the dead; and the Soviet's view of Mexicans. Also, Wolfe describes Max Eastman.
 

Tape 3: Sound recording of conversations between Ramon Myers and Ella Wolfe

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_a_0003351

Scope and Content Note

Topics: Trotskyite Movement, e.g. Europe and Mexico; Ella in Moscow, 1929; in New York and break with Communism; Two individuals in Mexico, 1920s--Carlton Beales and Luis Alberto Sanchez, rector of St. Marcos
 

Tape 4: Sound recording of conversations between Ramon Myers and Ella Wolfe November 1982

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 77029_a_0003352

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Topics: Forming the Moscow Communist International--Lu and Eva Geissler, M. N. Roy, Borodin, Lewis Frana (Corey) (wife Ester), Willi Münzenberg, (wife Elsa) Iqnaz Reis - Elsa Bernaut, G. Mandel (at Berkeley); Angelica Balabanov (Nov. 3, 1982); Victor Serge; Krivitsky; William Henry Chamberlin; Alexander Orloff; Bessedovsky and forgery in Paris; Bodgan-Raditsa and Bert Wolfe's letter to Bogdan; and Bogdan.
Ella begins by talking about several people from the formation of the Communist International. She retells a variety of short stories about Lu and Eva Geissler; Lu's lover, M.N. Roy; Borodin selling diamonds in Central America to obtain funds for the Soviet Union; Lewis Frana; Willi Münzenberg and how he was killed for saying it was a tragedy communists fought other communists in the purges; Ignaz Reis; Elsa Bernaut; and G. Mandel from Berkeley, who at the time was still taking students to the Soviet Union and proclaiming it the promised land.
The second conversation concerns Angelica Balabanov. Ella Wolfe considers her one of the best women she ever knew. She details how Balabanov became disillusioned with the communist revolution in Russia. Though Ella considers her a bit naive, she says she was completely devoted to her ideas. In the process, Ella discusses Victor Serge, Krivitsky, William Henry Chamberlin, Alexander Orloff, and briefly comments on the Hoover Institution and its collections.
The third conversation concerns Bessedovsky and forgery in Paris and Bodgan-Raditsa and Bert Wolfe's letter to Bogdan.
 

Tape 5: Sound recording of conversations between Ramon Myers and Ella Wolfe 12 November 1982

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Topics: Ella comments about B. Wolfe; Ella and Bert's writing relationship; Ella and teaching Spanish literature; Ella's relationship with male professional-career types; comments on writers who worked for the New Leader, e.g., D. Bell; Judith Evans and J. Lovestone; Ella comments on the book Three Who Made a Revolution; memories of college; recollections about the people in the revolutionary movement who left a profound impression upon her; comments about a Soviet historian who reviewed Bert's Ideology in Power; Ella and her years at Hunter College--literature and history; Rose Pastor Stokes, a Communist Party USA member in the 1920s; Ella comments on those who broke with the party and why; Ella and her friend, Father Rob. Ernst; impressions of Don Frederico De Onís; reflections on betrayal, particularly about Svetlana Stalin.
 

Tape 6: Sound recording of a conversation between Ramon Myers and Ella Wolfe 1 December 1983

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Topics: Remembering Svetlana Stalin; Leon Heikis--Soviet embassy staff person-friend; H. Lal Gupta (U. of Mexicos), close friend; I. Silone (after 1945); A. Koestler (1960s) and wife, Mamaine; views on American understanding of Soviet Union in my lifetime; reflections on generational differences now and in the past, e.g. parental values, education, etc.
Ella speaks about several friends of hers. First, she speaks about Svetlana Stalin and how Svetlana was concerned with how history was recording her father. Wolfe singles out Robert Tucker as one person getting the Stalin story wrong. Ella claims Svetlana thought Bertram could properly write the history of her father, which leads to a discussion on how the Wolfes came to know Svetlana. Following the conversation about history, the interview moves to Svetlana's personal life details--about moving to England, possible position at the Hoover Institution, etc. The other subjects are Leon Heikis, of the Soviet Embassy, and H. Lal Gupta, of the University of Mexico, I. Silone (after 1945), and Arthur and Mamaine Koestler in the 1960s.
In a second session on the tape, they discuss how Americans understand the Soviet Union. Ella argues one cannot look at Americans as just one large mass. She says scholars are better informed than "so called liberals" (her words), with the latter being misinformed. However, she notes how many of them change their mind once they visit the Soviet Union. Ella believes the biggest mass of Americans have never had to depend on the Soviet Union for trade reasons and therefore do not care about the Soviet Union and are ignorant of situations. She argues the student activists within this last group are therefore susceptible to making propaganda for the Soviet Union by proxy without knowing it; she uses the example of the anti-nuclear movement.
The third session on the tape concentrates on generational differences now and in the past. First Ella describes attitudes about education. Second, she criticizes television. Then, the Vietnam War and American foreign policy. Wolfe sees her view of generational decline as sad, not cynical.
 

Tape 7: Sound recording of conversations between Ramon Myers and Ella Wolfe January 1983

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Topics: Rand School of Social Science, New York, 1930s--Ed Wilson (Edmund); salons in New York, 1930s, 1940s--Katherine A. Porter; Cape Cod milieu--Dos Passos, Mary Heaton Vorse; Freda Utley (1930s-1950s).
The first conversation on the tape concerns figures in New York. Ella begins describing Edmund Wilson, focusing on his character and private life, though she does talk about his writing. Moving on, she talks about the Rand School of Social Sciences. This leads to her thoughts on many different communists/exiles from Russia. Among these is Nicolaevsky. She also discusses salons in New York in the 1930s and 1940s and Katherine A. Porter. After she speaks about the Cape Cod milieu, Dos Passos, and Mary Heaton Vorse, the tape concludes with Wolfe speaking for a few minutes about Freda Utley, including how she became pro-Hilter.
 

Tape 8: Sound recording of conversations between Ramon Myers and Ella Wolfe 20 January - 5 February 1983

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Topics: Freda Utley (continued from tape 7); Dwight MacDonald, Nancy, and Gloria (his wives); Joan Colebrook and her two children; Theodore Draper, his two wives; Whittaker Chambers; Philip Jaffe and the Amerasia papers; Agnes Smedley; Anna Louise Strong; George Katkov (wrote on Kerensky, at Oxford); Max Shachtman, New York Trotskyite leader; Boris Souvarine; Joaquin Maurin.
Picking up where tape 7 left off, Wolfe speaks about Freda Utley. She first speaks about a suicide. She then speaks about aspects of Utley's personal life, including her family, housekeeping, drinking, and hearing. The next conversation concerns a variety of people. First is Dwight MacDonald and his wives, Nancy and Gloria, and children. Wolfe speaks about the marriages and prefers Nancy to Gloria. Speaking on his professional career, she mentions he was involved in the movements of 1960s and had writer's block for a while. Next, Wolfe speaks about Joan Colebrook, concentrating on her personal life before discussing her book, her move to Australia, and their common friends. However, Wolfe does not want Colebrook to write anything about Wolfe. Wolfe discusses Theodore Draper and his two wives.
The third conversation concerns the time after Bertram's expulsion from Mexico. Included in this is time spent discussing Whittaker Chambers, others in the Communist Party, and how he became disillusioned with the party. Wolfe says Chambers tried to get Alger Hiss to stop his activities. Wolfe says it was widely known Hiss was involved in "dirty" (her word) works. They discuss Hiss's guilt. The fourth conversation is a discussion of Philip Jaffe, the Amerasia papers, a raid of his office, and the following arrest. She says legal processes were delayed because America did not want to offend Russia as both countries were in the process of setting up the United Nations at the time. This segues into a discussion of Agnes Smedley; Wolfe comments about her for a few minutes. Next, Myers asks about Anna Louise Strong. While Wolfe did not know her, she relates information about her as Bertram had contact with Strong. Wolfe calls her "a really big fool."
The fifth conversation begins with Wolfe commenting on the struggle of good and evil. In this light, she speaks about George Katkov and Doctor Zhivago. The sixth conversation is about New York Trotskite leader Max Shachtman. She mentions Shactman's attacks on Bertram's book for an entire year. Years after the party purges, when they reconnected at a conference at Stanford, Wolfe found a completely different person. The last conversation concerns Boris Souvarine and Joaquin Maurin.
 

Tape 9: Sound recording of conversations between Ramon Myers and Ella Wolfe undated

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Topics: Women of Latin America (matriarchal society), some reflections on contemporary American society, remembering Louis Fischer and wife, Max Eastman and his wives, Stalin's power and the extent of his control, George Lichtheim, Richard Lowenthal, Joseph Freeman.
 

Tape 10: Conversations between Ramon Myers and Ella Wolfe, 1983

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Topics: Ella's perceptions of America's future, her advice to young woman today in the light of her life experiences, her long-term relationship with the Hoover Institution, major sources of disagreements between Bert and Ella, and how Ella and Bert handled different friendships outside their marriage.
The conversation begins with Ella discussing money matters. She says that Bertram was usually generous with money, and when he was stingy, she would remind him of their lean years and how that should influence his thinking. Myers asks her to reflect on how they managed to have a successful marriage. She credits an admiration for Bertram as a mind, that there was always an intellectually-stimulating conversation to have, and a tolerance for each others' eccentricities.
Third, Myers asks about the couple's friends, and if they caused any problems. She says that the two did not had separate friends, that they were very choosy about their friends. Of those, she says they chose friends that had common beliefs with them. This leads her to talking about Ted Switz, a chemist and agent of the Soviet secret police, and the party purges. Fourth, Myers next asks Ella for her advice to women in light of women's liberation and how to integrate all aspects of life, such as career, family, love, marriage, et cetera. Ella says she is old-fashioned, and she believes the women's liberation movement has brought about negative changes to society, citing increasing divorce rates, single parent homes, and general unhappiness. She argues women are currently reassessing the women's liberation movement and "the pendulum will eventually swing the other way." She says the changes will impact not just the individual men and women, but their children as well.
Fifth, on the state of affairs, Wolfe argues "the pursuit of excellence has sunk very low." She is appalled as questions like "what for?" and statements such as "I don't care." Finally, Wolfe reflects on her association with the Hoover Institution. She first came to the institution in 1949/50 when Harold Fisher was Director. She says she was impressed by both the collections as well as the scholarship. She is critical of the institution's handling of Bertram's library of books but follows this by saying the help and cooperation given by the Hoover library and archives is higher than similar organizations throughout the world. She hopes Hoover will rediscover the importance of the meeting of minds.
Box: 155-157

Incremental Materials Biographical file 1896-1988

Scope and Content Note

Contains address books, announcements, clippings, membership cards, obituaries, teaching certificates, transcripts, and yearbooks, arranged in two groups, Bertram and Ella, then by physical form
 

Wolfe, Bertram, 1896-1986

Box/Folder: 155 : 1

Announcements for classes and lectures given by Bertram Wolfe, including those delivered under the pseudonym of A. E. Albright, 1922-1940

Box/Folder: 155 : 2

Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, 1972

Box/Folder: 155 : 3

Biographical entries for Contemporary Authors and World Who's Who, 1970-1977

Box/Folder: 155 : 4

Birth certificate, 1896

Box/Folder: 155 : 5

Clippings, 1940-1971

Box/Folder: 155 : 6

Curriculum vitae and summary of writings and publications, 1968-1970

Box/Folder: 155 : 7

Depositions made by Bertram Wolfe and Sidney Hook, 1951-1954

Box/Folder: 155 : 8

Marriage certificate, 1917

Box/Folder: 155 : 9

Membership card in tourist organization showing the name of A. E. Albricht, 1921

Box/Folder: 155 : 10

Memorial record, 1977

Box/Folder: 155 : 11

Memorial tributes, 1977-1986

Box/Folder: 155 : 12

Obituaries, 1977

Box/Folder: 155 : 13

Passports, 1937-1970

Box/Folder: 155 : 14

Press credential, 1923

Box/Folder: 155 : 15

Program for City College of New York alumni dinner, 1964

Box/Folder: 155 : 16

Teaching certificates, 1923-1931

Box/Folder: 155 : 17

Yearbook of the College of the City of New York, 1916

 

Wolfe, Ella, 1917-1998

Box/Folder: 155 : 18-20

Address books, 1960-1998

Box/Folder: 155 : 21

Dedicatory poem by Angelica Balabanoff, 1960

Box/Folder: 156 : 1-4

Address books, 1960-1998

Box/Folder: 156 : 5

Membership cards for the Communist Party U.S.A. (Opposition), Partido Comunista de Mexico, and La Liga Internacional Pro-Luchadores Perseguidos, 1925-1934

Box/Folder: 156 : 6

Passports, 1954-1980

Box/Folder: 156 : 7

Press credentials, 1924-1925

Box/Folder: 156 : 8

Teaching certificates and academic records, 1917-1941

Box/Folder: 156 : 9

Transcript of autobiographical lecture, 1978

Box/Folder: 156 : 10

Transcript of oral history interview, 1982

Box/Folder: 157 : 1

Yearbook of Hunter College, 1918

Box: 157-163

Incremental Materials Correspondence, 1919-1999

Scope and Content Note

Contains postcards and letters, with a general file, arranged by physical form, and an alphabetical file, arranged by name of correspondent
 

General, 1940-1999

 

Postcards, 1940-1999

Box/Folder: 157 : 2-3

Undated

Box/Folder: 157 : 4

1940-1969

Box/Folder: 157 : 5-7

1970-1979

Box/Folder: 158 : 1-2

1970-1979

Box/Folder: 158 : 3-5

1980-1989

Box/Folder: 158 : 6-8

1990-1999

 

Letters of condolence received by Ella Wolfe on the death of Bertram Wolfe, 1977

Box/Folder: 158 : 9

A-C, 1977

Box/Folder: 158 : 10

D-F, 1977

Box/Folder: 158 : 11

G-I, 1977

Box/Folder: 158 : 12

J-L, 1977

Box/Folder: 159 : 1

M-O, 1977

Box/Folder: 159 : 2

P-S, 1977

Box/Folder: 159 : 3

T-Z, 1977

Box/Folder: 159 : 4

Adamiak, Richard, 1970

Box/Folder: 159 : 5

Adams, Mildred, 1967

Box/Folder: 159 : 6

Alba, Victor, 1968-1970

 

Allilueva, Svetlana, 1968-1987

Box/Folder: 159 : 7

1968-1970

Box/Folder: 159 : 8

1971-1973

Box/Folder: 159 : 9

1974-1987

Box/Folder: 159 : 10

American Friends Service Committee (Wanneta Chance), 1948

Box/Folder: 159 : 11

Argo, Harold V., 1986-1999

Box/Folder: 159 : 12

Babel, Nathalie, 1973

Box/Folder: 159 : 13

Balibrera, Mario, 1989-1998

Box/Folder: 159 : 14

Ballen, Samuel B., 1988

Box/Folder: 159 : 15

Bartoli, José, 1947

Box/Folder: 159 : 16

Beals, Carleton, 1925-1958

Box/Folder: 159 : 17

Bettelheim, Bruno, 1971

Box/Folder: 159 : 18

Billington, James H., 1970

Box/Folder: 159 : 19

Blake, Patricia, 1968

Box/Folder: 159 : 20

Bloom, Solomon F., 1949

Box/Folder: 159 : 21

Boiter, Albert and Irina, 1964-1965

Box/Folder: 159 : 22

Bolloten, Burnett, 1944-1981

Box/Folder: 159 : 23

Bolloten, Gladys, 1970

Box/Folder: 159 : 24

Borochowicz, Elly, 1965-1978

Box/Folder: 159 : 25

Boss, Valentin J., 1973-1975

Box/Folder: 159 : 26

Bourguina, Anna, 1965

Box/Folder: 159 : 27

Brumberg, Abraham, 1965

 

Buchman, Alex H., 1984-1997

Box/Folder: 160 : 1

1984-1989

Box/Folder: 160 : 2

1990-1997

Box/Folder: 160 : 3

Buckley, William F., 1971

Box/Folder: 160 : 4

Burton, Henry Payne, 1937

Box/Folder: 160 : 5

Cardona, Cora, 1989

Box/Folder: 160 : 6

Chamberlin, William Henry, 1951-1969

Box/Folder: 160 : 7

Chollet, David, 1987-1992

Box/Folder: 160 : 8

Cohoon, John C., 1992

Box/Folder: 160 : 9

Colebrook, Jay, 1991

Box/Folder: 160 : 10

Colebrook, Joan, 1968-1977

Box/Folder: 160 : 11

Conneally, Philip, 1977-1991

Box/Folder: 160 : 12

Conquest, Robert and Caroleen, 1966-1979

Box/Folder: 160 : 13

Constance, Helen, 1965-1968

Box/Folder: 160 : 14

Constantine, Mildred, 1975-1977

Box/Folder: 160 : 15

Coors, Joseph, 1983

Box/Folder: 160 : 16

Crommie, David and Karen, 1975-1976

Box/Folder: 160 : 17

Cullen, Greg, 1989

Box/Folder: 160 : 18

Cuningham, Charles E., 1968

Box/Folder: 160 : 19

Daiuta, Amy, 1976

Box/Folder: 160 : 20

Davis, Joseph, 1973

Box/Folder: 160 : 21

Day, Patricia, 1969

Box/Folder: 160 : 22

Decter, Midge, 1975

Box/Folder: 160 : 23

Dell Publishing Co. (George Delacorte, Richard Huett, Anita Rapp, Ann Watson), 1969-1976

 

Dial Press Inc. (Richard Baron, Joyce Engelson, George Joel, Juris Jurjevics, Carole S. Lewis, Richard Marek), 1966-1977

Box/Folder: 160 : 24

1966-1968

Box/Folder: 160 : 25

1973-1977

Box/Folder: 161 : 1

Dimitroff, Steve and Lucienne Bloch, 1972-1991

Box/Folder: 161 : 2

Draper, Theodore and Evelyn, 1962-1989

Box/Folder: 161 : 3

Duca, George, 1979

Box/Folder: 161 : 4

Dulles, Eleanor Lansing, 1970-1989

Box/Folder: 161 : 5

Erickson, John and Lujubica, 1996

Box/Folder: 161 : 6

Evans, Ernestine, 1950

Box/Folder: 161 : 7

Felipe, León, 1968

Box/Folder: 161 : 8

Feuer, Lewis S., 1963-1982

Box/Folder: 161 : 9

Fine, Morris, 1952

Box/Folder: 161 : 10

Frönlich, Paul, 1942

Box/Folder: 161 : 11

Gayn, Mark, 1967-1969

Box/Folder: 161 : 12

Geissler, Lu, 1953-1972

Box/Folder: 161 : 13

Getzler, Israel, 1966

Box/Folder: 161 : 14

Glazier, Kenneth and Teresa, 1968-1972

Box/Folder: 161 : 15

Glusker, Susannah, 1990

 

Goldberg, Harry and Rose, 1951-1984

Box/Folder: 161 : 16

1951-1969

Box/Folder: 161 : 17

1970-1984

Box/Folder: 161 : 18

Goldberg, Lucianne S., 1984

Box/Folder: 161 : 19

Goldberg, Rebecca, 1920-1921

Box/Folder: 161 : 20

Goldblatt, Phyllis, 1958

Box/Folder: 161 : 21

Goldstein, Darra, 1982-1999

Box/Folder: 161 : 22

Goldstein, Israel A., 1919

Box/Folder: 161 : 23

Goodman, Celia, 1954

Box/Folder: 161 : 24

Goodman, Mac, 1958-1977

Box/Folder: 162 : 1

Gorkin, Julián, 1958-1976

Box/Folder: 162 : 2

Graves, Anna, 1931

Box/Folder: 162 : 3

Grimberg, Salomon, 1989

Box/Folder: 162 : 4

Halle, Louis J., 1963-1967

Box/Folder: 162 : 5

Harvey, Brian, 1986

Box/Folder: 162 : 6

Hays, Elinor Rice, 1978

Box/Folder: 162 : 7

Hayward, Max, 1965-1970

Box/Folder: 162 : 8

Hedlin, Myron W., 1972

Box/Folder: 162 : 9

Herrera, Hayden, 1974-1976

Box/Folder: 162 : 10

Herrick, William, 1986

Box/Folder: 162 : 11

Hilton, Ronald, 1970-1982

Box/Folder: 162 : 12

Hook, Sidney and Ann, 1965-1977

Box/Folder: 162 : 13

Hoover Institution (Lenore McCracken), 1987

 

Jaffe, Philip, 1959-1975

Box/Folder: 162 : 14

1959-1969

Box/Folder: 162 : 15

1970-1975

Box/Folder: 162 : 16

Johnson, William Weber, 1977-1978

Box/Folder: 162 : 17

Jolis, Albert and Eva, 1944-1949

Box/Folder: 162 : 18

Joseph, Emily, 1937

Box/Folder: 162 : 19

Judd, Walter H., 1976-1977

Box/Folder: 162 : 20

Kadar, Marlene, 1986

Box/Folder: 162 : 21

Kahlo, Cristina, 1939

Box/Folder: 162 : 22

Kahlo, Frida, 1934-1946

Box/Folder: 162 : 23

Kaplan, Georges M., 1962-1963

Box/Folder: 162 : 24

Kautsky, Karl, 1969

Box/Folder: 162 : 25

KCET (Susan Bellows), 1988

Box/Folder: 162 : 26

Kennan, George, 1968-1973

Box/Folder: 162 : 27

Koestler, Arthur, 1957

Box/Folder: 162 : 28

Koestler, Mamaine, 1951-1953

Box/Folder: 162 : 29

Kukk, Hilja, 1984-1999

Box/Folder: 162 : 30

Labedz, Leopold, 1969-1974

Box/Folder: 162 : 31

Laqueur, Walter, 1967-1968

Box/Folder: 162 : 32

Lasky, Melvin, 1967-1975

Box/Folder: 162 : 33

Lazitch, Branko, 1970-1973

Box/Folder: 162 : 34

Leggett, George, 1969-1983

Box/Folder: 162 : 35

Levine, Isaac Don and Ruth, 1971

Box/Folder: 162 : 36

Lichtenstein, David and Vivian, 1973

Box/Folder: 162 : 37

Lichtheim, George, 1965-1966

Box/Folder: 162 : 38

Lovestone, Jay, 1921-1980

Box/Folder: 162 : 39

Mahoney, Henry Thayer, 1992-1999

Box/Folder: 162 : 40

Martin, Mary-Anne, 1989

Box/Folder: 162 : 41

Massarano, Maurice S., 1927

Box/Folder: 162 : 42

Maurin, Joaquín and Jeanne, 1951-1976

Box/Folder: 162 : 43

Medlin, Virgil D., 1971

Box/Folder: 162 : 44

Menassé, Elaine, 1965

Box/Folder: 163 : 1

Modotti, Tina, 1929

Box/Folder: 163 : 2

Mohrenschildt, Dimitri von, 1966

Box/Folder: 163 : 3

Monas, Sidney, 1985

Box/Folder: 163 : 4

Monihan, William J., 1967-1971

Box/Folder: 163 : 5

Myers, Ramon H., 1991

Box/Folder: 163 : 6

Nicolaevsky, Boris, 1958

Box/Folder: 163 : 7

Onis, Federico de, 1968

Box/Folder: 163 : 8

Paez, Ozzie, 1986-1988

Box/Folder: 163 : 9

Parkyn, George and Marjorie, 1972

Box/Folder: 163 : 10

Payne, Stanley, 1968

Box/Folder: 163 : 11

Pestkovsky, Stanislas, 1925

Box/Folder: 163 : 12

Pipes, Richard, 1970-1972

Box/Folder: 163 : 13

Radkey, Oliver and Jakoba, 1969-1974

Box/Folder: 163 : 14

Rivera, Marika, 1966

Box/Folder: 163 : 15

Rostow, Walt W., 1970

Box/Folder: 163 : 16

Rozek, Edward J., 1967-1995

Box/Folder: 163 : 17

Scalapino, Robert A., 1977

Box/Folder: 163 : 18

Schapiro, Leonard, 1967-1977

Box/Folder: 163 : 19

Schapiro, Lolita, 1956

Box/Folder: 163 : 20

Schwab, Dick, 1962-1963

Box/Folder: 163 : 21

Schwarz, Solomon and Vera, 1965-1966

Box/Folder: 163 : 22

Shattan, Joseph and Jane, 1985-1999

Box/Folder: 163 : 23

Shideler, James, 1963

Box/Folder: 163 : 24

Shipman, Charles, 1966-1968

Box/Folder: 163 : 25

Siegelman, Philip, 1971

Box/Folder: 163 : 26

Silverman, Harriet, 1922

Box/Folder: 163 : 27

Smithsonian Magazine (Jane D. Scholl), 1986

Box/Folder: 163 : 28

Souvarine, Boris, 1958-1983

Box/Folder: 163 : 29

Spenser Grollová, Daniela, 1991

Box/Folder: 163 : 30

Sperber, Manès, 1964-1974

Box/Folder: 163 : 31

Staudenraus, Philip, 1963-1967

Box/Folder: 163 : 32

Stegner, Wallace, 1982

Box/Folder: 163 : 33

Stein, Sol, 1965-1990

Box/Folder: 163 : 34

Stephan, John J., 1993

Box/Folder: 163 : 35

Temple, Martin, 1950-1958

Box/Folder: 163 : 36

Trager, Frank N., 1984

Box/Folder: 163 : 37

Treadgold, Donald W., 1969

Box/Folder: 163 : 38

Trilling, Lionel, 1972

Box/Folder: 163 : 39

Tucker, Robert C., 1968-1977

Box/Folder: 163 : 40

Ulam, Adam B., 1973-1978

Box/Folder: 163 : 41

Volsky-Valentinov, Valentina, 1969-1971

Box/Folder: 163 : 42

Wald, Alan, 1974

Box/Folder: 163 : 43

Wallerstein, Robert S., 1971

Box/Folder: 163 : 44

Weatherwax, Jack, 1931

Box/Folder: 163 : 45

Weller, George, 1979

Box/Folder: 163 : 46

Weyl, Sylvia, 1965

Box/Folder: 163 : 47

Wilcox, Leonard, 1972

Box/Folder: 163 : 48

Wilson, Edmund, 1969-1972

Box/Folder: 163 : 49

Wittfogel, Karl A. and Esther, 1958-1973

Box/Folder: 163 : 50

Wolfe, Ella, 1924-1971

Box/Folder: 163 : 51

Wolfe, Lilian, 1924

Box/Folder: 163 : 52

Wolfe, Rinna, 1995

Box/Folder: 163 : 53

Wood, Theresa Wolfson, 1919

Box/Folder: 163 : 54

Woytinsky, Emma, 1968

Box/Folder: 163 : 55

Wraga, Richard and Nathalie, 1968-1975

Box: 164-166

Incremental Materials Speeches and writings, 1929-1984

Scope and Content Note

Contains articles and monographs, arranged chronologically
Box/Folder: 164 : 1

Notes on Mexico, 1929

Box/Folder: 164 : 2

Notes on Diego Rivera, 1934

Box/Folder: 164 : 3

"La revolución española de 1936 y la revolución alemana de 1917-1918," 1937

Box/Folder: 164 : 4

"León Felipe: Poeta de la Tragedia de España," La Nueva Democracia, 1944 July

 

Three Who Made a Revolution, 1948

Box/Folder: 164 : 5

Proposal, 1938

Box/Folder: 164 : 6

Correspondence, 1948-1969

Box/Folder: 164 : 7

Reviews, 1984

Box/Folder: 164 : 8

"Los problemas de un gran Estado," Cuadernos, no. 16 (supplement), 1956 January-February

Box/Folder: 164 : 9-10

"The Corrido in Mexico," 1960

 

Marxism: One Hundred Years in the Life of a Concept, 1965

Box/Folder: 164 : 11

Typescript, 1965

Box/Folder: 164 : 12

Correspondence, 1966-1972

Box/Folder: 164 : 13

Review, 1965

Box/Folder: 165 : 1

Review of two books by Eduard Shtein, 1976

 

A Life in Two Centuries, 1981

Box/Folder: 165 : 2-10 , Box/Folder: 166 : 1-2

Typescript, 1981

Box/Folder: 166 : 3

Reviews, 1981-1982

Box/Folder: 166 : 4-5

Revolution and Reality, 1981

Scope and Content Note

Proofs
Box: 166-169

Incremental Materials Writings by others, 1945-1994

Scope and Content Note

Contains articles and papers, arranged alphabetically by name of author
Box/Folder: 166 : 6

Abenheim, Donald, 1977

Box/Folder: 166 : 7

Agursky, Mikhail, 1982

Box/Folder: 166 : 8-9

Allilueva, Svetlana, 1967 and 1984

Box/Folder: 167 : 1

Balibrera, Mario and Alex Brumbaugh, 1987

Box/Folder: 167 : 2

Bennigsen, Alexandre, 1982

Box/Folder: 167 : 3

Bernstam, Mikhail S., 1982

Box/Folder: 167 : 4

Bolloten, Burnett, 1980

Box/Folder: 167 : 5

Brown, Edward, 1980

Box/Folder: 167 : 6

Charlot, Zomah, 1989

 

Chollet, David, 1976-1993

Box/Folder: 167 : 7

1976-1992

Box/Folder: 167 : 8

1993

Box/Folder: 167 : 9

Cohn, Norman, 1972

Box/Folder: 167 : 10

Crawford, Dean, 1980

Box/Folder: 167 : 11

Djilas, Milovan, 1982

Box/Folder: 167 : 12

Dulles, Eleanor Lansing, 1973

Box/Folder: 167 : 13

Esenwein, George, 1980-1990

Box/Folder: 167 : 14

Feuer, Lewis S., 1980

Box/Folder: 168 : 1

Gillette, Philip S., 1984

Box/Folder: 168 : 2

Glusker, Susannah, 1990

Box/Folder: 168 : 3

Goldberg, Harry, 1955-1983

Box/Folder: 168 : 4

Goldstein, Darra, 1986-1990

Box/Folder: 168 : 5

Grimberg, Salomon, 1980

Box/Folder: 168 : 6

Hardy, Deborah, 1982

Box/Folder: 168 : 7

Hilton, Ronald, 1982

Box/Folder: 168 : 8

Hook, Sidney, 1976-1986

Box/Folder: 168 : 9

Jackson, Gabriel, 1979

Box/Folder: 168 : 10-11

Kadar, Marlene, 1985

Box/Folder: 168 : 12

Labedz, Leopold, 1978

Box/Folder: 168 : 13

Lieberman, Elias, 1960

Box/Folder: 168 : 14

Liebich, André, 1986

Box/Folder: 169 : 1

Los, Maria, 1986

Box/Folder: 169 : 2

Lovestone, Jay, 1980

Box/Folder: 169 : 3

Lubrano, Linda L., 1982

Box/Folder: 169 : 4

Meehan-Waters, Brenda, 1985

Box/Folder: 169 : 5

Murray-Brown, Jeremy

Box/Folder: 169 : 6

Myers, Ramon H., 1986-1987

Box/Folder: 169 : 7

Paez, Ozzie, 1988

Box/Folder: 169 : 8

Pipes, Richard, 1994

Box/Folder: 169 : 9

Rakowska-Harmstone, Teresa, 1983

Box/Folder: 169 : 10

Richmond, Robin, 1990

Box/Folder: 169 : 11

Schapiro, Leonard, 1980

Box/Folder: 169 : 12

Schroeder, Gertrude E., 1982

Box/Folder: 169 : 13

Schwartz, Stephen, 1984

Box/Folder: 169 : 14

Shtromas, Alexander, 1980

Box/Folder: 169 : 15

Smith, Wesley, 1986

Box/Folder: 169 : 16

Solzhenitsyn, Alexander, 1975

Box/Folder: 169 : 17

Spenser Grollová, Diana, 1990

Box/Folder: 169 : 18

Stevinson, Patricia, 1982

Box/Folder: 169 : 19

Swearingen, Rodger, 1983

Box/Folder: 169 : 20

Treadgold, Donald W., 1982

Box/Folder: 169 : 21

Watson, Hugh Seton, 1980

Box/Folder: 169 : 22

Weil, Simone, 1945

Box/Folder: 169 : 23

Wimbush, S. Enders, 1980

Box: 169-171

Incremental Materials Subject file, 1931-1993

Scope and Content Note

Contains clippings and papers, arranged alphabetically by subject
Box/Folder: 169 : 24

Albania, 1946

Box/Folder: 169 : 25

Allilueva, Svetlana, 1967-1984

Box/Folder: 169 : 26

Asia, 1955-1956

Box/Folder: 170 : 1

Austria, 1945-1947

Box/Folder: 170 : 2

Beloff, Angelina, 1938

Box/Folder: 170 : 3

Berlin, 1958-1962

Box/Folder: 170 : 4

Bolloten, Burnett, 1987

Box/Folder: 170 : 5

Bulgaria, 1944-1946

Box/Folder: 170 : 6

Civil liberties, 1952-1959

 

Communist Party U.S.A., 1940-1964

Box/Folder: 170 : 7

1940-1956

Box/Folder: 170 : 8

1957-1964

Box/Folder: 170 : 9

Culture, 1931-1955

Box/Folder: 170 : 10

Czechoslovakia, 1943-1961

Box/Folder: 170 : 11

East Germany, 1947-1962

Box/Folder: 170 : 12

Economics, 1954-1963

Box/Folder: 170 : 13

Fascism and Nazism, 1937-1962

Box/Folder: 170 : 14

Forced labor, 1947-1956

Box/Folder: 170 : 15

Free Germany Committee, 1944

Box/Folder: 170 : 16

Hook, Sidney, 1985-1987

Box/Folder: 170 : 17

Hungary, 1947-1955

Box/Folder: 170 : 18

Iran, 1946

 

Kahlo, Frida, 1970-1987

Box/Folder: 171 : 1

1970-1978

Box/Folder: 171 : 2-3

1987

Box/Folder: 171 : 4

Korean War, 1957

Box/Folder: 171 : 5

Latin America, 1956

Box/Folder: 171 : 6

McCarthy, Joseph, 1953

Box/Folder: 171 : 7

Mexico, 1952

Box/Folder: 171 : 8

Middle East, 1956

Box/Folder: 171 : 9

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), 1956-1959

Box/Folder: 171 : 10

Nuclear weapons, 1955-1962

Box/Folder: 171 : 11

Orlov, Alexander, 1968-1989

Box/Folder: 171 : 12

Panofsky, Jacob, 1979

Box/Folder: 171 : 13

Paz, Octavio, 1993

Box/Folder: 171 : 14

Religion, 1932-1935

Box/Folder: 171 : 15

Rivera, Diego, 1931-1987

Box/Folder: 171 : 16

Rizzi, Bruno, 1984

Box/Folder: 171 : 17

Romania, 1958

Box/Folder: 171 : 18

Spain-History-Civil War, 1936-1939, 1983

Box/Folder: 171 : 19

Trotsky, Leon, 1952-1978

Box: 172 : 20

Incremental Materials Video recordings 1982-1996

Scope and Content Note

Contains VHS video cassettes, arranged chronologically
Box/Folder: 172 : 1

"Los Alamos: The Beginning" and "Edward Teller: An Early Time," VHS video cassette, 1982

Box/Folder: 172 : 2

"Frida," VHS video cassette, 1988

Box/Folder: 172 : 3

"The Seductive Illusion," VHS video cassette, 1988

Box/Folder: 172 : 4

"What the Belly Contains," VHS video cassette, 1988

Box/Folder: 172 : 5

Talk by Ted Morgan on Jay Lovestone, VHS video cassette, 1995

Box/Folder: 172 : 6

"Asaltar los cielos," VHS video cassette, 1996

Box: 173-176

Incremental Materials Photographs, 1890-1999

Scope and Content Note

Contains prints, largely relating to Bertram D. and Ella Wolfe and to the artworks of Diego Rivera, arranged by subject
Box/Folder: 173 : 1

Wolfe, Bertram, 1919-1925

Box/Folder: 173 : 2

Wolfe, Bertram with members of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 1939

Box/Folder: 173 : 3

Wolfe, Bertram, 1946-1975

Box/Folder: 173 : 4

Wolfe, Bertram and Ella Wolfe, 1919-1966

Box/Folder: 173 : 5

Wolfe, Ella, 1918-1950

Box/Folder: 173 : 6

Wolfe, Ella and Clara Chernetsky, 1920

Box/Folder: 173 : 7

Wolfe, Ella, photograph taken by Edward Weston, 1925

Box/Folder: 173 : 8

Wolfe, Ella and Cristina Kahlo, 1933

Box/Folder: 173 : 9

Wolfe, Ella and Frida Kahlo, 1933

Box/Folder: 173 : 10

Wolfe, Ella and American students, Saltillo, Mexico, 1948

Box/Folder: 173 : 11

Wolfe, Ella, 1960-1979

Box/Folder: 173 : 12

Wolfe, Ella, 1980-1990

Box/Folder: 173 : 13

Wolfe, Ella and Mario Balibrera, 1994

Box/Folder: 173 : 14

Wolfe, Ella, 1994-1999

Box/Folder: 173 : 15

Wolfe, Henry and Paul, 1920

Box/Folder: 173 : 16

Wolfe, Lillian, 1920

Box/Folder: 173 : 17

Aunt of Bertram Wolfe, 1890

Box/Folder: 173 : 18

Goldberg, Harry, 1920-1955

Box/Folder: 173 : 19

Goldberg, Harry and Rose, 1953

Box/Folder: 173 : 20

Goldberg, Barnet, 1920

Box/Folder: 173 : 21

Schwarz, Sasha, 1910

Box/Folder: 173 : 22

Pestkovski, Stanislas, 1924

Box/Folder: 173 : 23

Lovestone, Jay, 1920-1940

Box/Folder: 173 : 24

Lovestone, Jay and Harry Goldberg, 1956

Box/Folder: 173 : 25

Rivera, Diego, 1915-1940

Box/Folder: 173 : 26

Rivera, Diego and Frida Kahlo, 1935

Box/Folder: 173 : 27

Rivera, Diego and José Clemente Orozco, 1945

Box/Folder: 173 : 28

Rivera, Diego and Emma Hurtado, 1955

Box/Folder: 173 : 29

Kahlo, Frida, 1930-1935

Box/Folder: 173 : 30

Marin, Guadalupe, 1925

Box/Folder: 173 : 31

Rivera, Marika, 1950

Box/Folder: 173 : 32

Orozco, José Clemente, 1945

Box/Folder: 173 : 33

Kollontai, Alexandra, 1928

Box/Folder: 173 : 34

Felipe, León, 1923

Box/Folder: 173 : 35

Haykiss, León, 1925

Box/Folder: 173 : 36

Bardas, Nicolás, 1921

Box/Folder: 173 : 37

Hurtado, Emma, 1940

Box/Folder: 173 : 38

Gumperz, Julian, 1940-1960

Box/Folder: 173 : 39

Gupta, Heramba L., 1918

Box/Folder: 173 : 40

Hook, Sidney and Ann, 1970

Box/Folder: 173 : 41

Bolloten, Burnett and Betty, 1960-1983

Box/Folder: 173 : 42

Kazin, Alfred, 1960

Box/Folder: 173 : 43

Haya de la Torre, Víctor Raúl, 1925

Box/Folder: 173 : 44

Felipe, Salud, 1931

Box/Folder: 173 : 45

Evans, Ernestine, 1925

Box/Folder: 173 : 46

Goldstein, Darra and family, 1985-1996

Box/Folder: 173 : 47

Rozek, Edward, 1972-1981

Box/Folder: 173 : 48

Lasky, Mel, 1960

Box/Folder: 173 : 49

Schapiro, Leonard, 1980

Box/Folder: 173 : 50

Maurin, Mario, Elana, and Jeanne, 1989

Box/Folder: 173 : 51

Teller, Edward, 1979

Box/Folder: 173 : 52

Shattan, Joseph and family, 1988-1997

Box/Folder: 174 : 1

Goldstein, Helen and Irving, 1984

Box/Folder: 174 : 2

Jolis, Bert and family, 1962

Box/Folder: 174 : 3

Jolis, James, 1974

Box/Folder: 174 : 4

Morgan, Ted, 1970

Box/Folder: 174 : 5

Hayakawa, S. I., 1972

Box/Folder: 174 : 6

Lloyd-Jones, Hugh, 1976

Box/Folder: 174 : 7

Cullen, Greg, 1990

Box/Folder: 174 : 8

Kukk, Hilja, 1995

Box/Folder: 174 : 9

Graves, Anna, 1930

Box/Folder: 174 : 10

Gorkin, Rita and Julian, 1960

Box/Folder: 174 : 11

Allilueva, Svetlana and Olga Peters, 1977

Box/Folder: 174 : 12

Peters, Olga, 1972-1975

Box/Folder: 174 : 13-14

Balibrera, Mario and family, 1994

Box/Folder: 174 : 15-16

Scenes in Spain and Portugal photographed by Mario Balibrera, 1994

Box/Folder: 174 : 17

Scenes in Portugal photographed by Mario Balibrera, 1998

Box/Folder: 174 : 18

Scenes in Spain photographed by Mario Balibrera, 1999

Box/Folder: 174 : 19

Scenes in New Mexico photographed by Mario Balibrera, 1999

Box/Folder: 174 : 20

Scenes in Seattle, Washington, photographed by Mario Balibrera, 1999

Box/Folder: 174 : 21

Shostakovich, Dmitri, 1950

Box/Folder: 174 : 22

Dzerzhinsky, Felix, 1920

Box/Folder: 174 : 23

Stalin, Joseph, 1910-1950

Box/Folder: 174 : 24

Stalin, Joseph, Franklin Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill at the Teheran Conference, 1943

Box/Folder: 174 : 25

Stalin, Joseph and Sergei Kirov, 1935

Box/Folder: 174 : 26

Trotsky, Leon, 1917-1940

Box/Folder: 174 : 27

Trotsky, Leon and Leon Sedov, 1935

Box/Folder: 174 : 28

Trotsky, Leon and Cristina Kahlo, 1937

Box/Folder: 174 : 29

Kerensky, Alexander and members of the State Duma Committee, 1917

Box/Folder: 174 : 30

Roy, Manabendra Nath, 1950

Box/Folder: 174 : 31

Conference of the Mexican Communist Party, 1920

Box/Folder: 174 : 32

Rally of the Mexican Communist Party, 1924

Box/Folder: 174 : 33

Members of the Liga Anti-imperialista, 1924

Box/Folder: 174 : 34

Chinese parade with posters of Joseph Stalin, 1950

Box/Folder: 175 : 1-14

Artworks by Diego Rivera, 1930-1950

Box/Folder: 176 : 1-10

Artworks by Diego Rivera, 1930-1950

Box/Folder: 176 : 11

Paintings by Frida Kahlo, 1930-1940

Box: 177

Incremental Materials Oversize materials, 1909-1980

Scope and Content Note

Contains photographs, artworks, awards, and diplomas, arranged by physical form
 

Photographs, 1933-1985

Box/Folder: 177 : 1

Detail of Diego Rivera mural depicting Bertram Wolfe, 1933

Box/Folder: 177 : 2

Wolfe, Bertram and Spanish Civil War veterans, 1939

Box/Folder: 177 : 3

Wolfe, Bertram and others posed in front of mural, San Francisco, 1940

Box/Folder: 177 : 4

Wolfe, Bertram, 1960

Box/Folder: 177 : 5

Goldberg, Harry, 1960

Box/Folder: 177 : 6

Luxemburg, Rosa, 1905

Box/Folder: 177 : 7-8

Balabanoff, Angelica, 1960

Box/Folder: 177 : 9

View of Almeria, Spain, 1985

 

Artworks, 1931-1980

Box/Folder: 177 : 10

Watercolor by Marika Rivera, 1931

Box/Folder: 177 : 11

Drawing of Vladimir I. Lenin, 1980

Box/Folder: 177 : 12

Drawing of Clara Zetkin, 1980

 

Awards and diplomas, 1909-1975

 

Wolfe, Bertram, 1909-1975

Box/Folder: 177 : 13

Diploma, elementary education, New York City, 1909

Box/Folder: 177 : 14-15

Diplomas, Brooklyn Boys High School, 1912

Box/Folder: 177 : 16

Bachelor of Arts diploma, College of the City of New York, 1916

Box/Folder: 177 : 17-20

Medals for academic proficiency, College of the City of New York, 1916

Box/Folder: 177 : 21

Master of Arts diploma, Columbia University, 1931

Box/Folder: 177 : 22

Doctor of Laws diploma, University of California at Davis, 1962

Box/Folder: 177 : 23

Certificate of award, Townsend Harris Medal, 1964

Box/Folder: 177 : 24-25

Certificates of fellowship, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1975

 

Wolfe, Ella, 1923-1931

Box/Folder: 177 : 26

Bachelor of Arts diploma, Hunter College, 1923

Box/Folder: 177 : 27

Master of Arts diploma, Columbia University, 1931

Box: 178-182

Incremental Materials Printed matter, 1907-1986

Scope and Content Note

Contains books by Bertram D. Wolfe, other monographs, and serial issues, arranged in three groups, then by title
 

Books by Bertram Wolfe, 1934-1986

Box/Folder: 178 : 1

Portrait of America (with Diego Rivera), 1934

Box/Folder: 178 : 2-4

Civil War in Spain, 1937

Box/Folder: 178 : 5-7

Portrait of Mexico (with Diego Rivera), 1937

Box/Folder: 178 : 5

Keep America out of War (with Norman Thomas), 1939

Box/Folder: 179 : 1

Diego Rivera: His Life and Times, 1939

Box/Folder: 179 : 2

Deathless Days, 1940

Box/Folder: 179 : 3

Mundo sin muerte, 1942

Box/Folder: 179 : 4

Compilation of scripts prepared by Bertram Wolfe for the Voice of America, 1951-1954

Box/Folder: 180 : 1

3 Männer, die die Welt erschütterten, 1951

Box/Folder: 180 : 2

I tre artefici della rivoluzione d'ottobre, 1953

Box/Folder: 180 : 3

Tres que hicieron una revolución, 1956

Box/Folder: 180 : 4

I successori di Stalin, 1957

Box/Folder: 180 : 5

Marxismo, 1967

Box/Folder: 180 : 6

The Bridge and the Abyss, 1967

Box/Folder: 181 : 1

Marx und die Marxisten, 1968

Box/Folder: 181 : 2

Brücke und Abgrund, 1970

Box/Folder: 181 : 3

La fabulosa vida de Diego Rivera, 1986

 

Other monographs, 1907-1920

Box/Folder: 181 : 4

Poetical Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson, inscribed by Bertram Wolfe to Ella Wolfe, 1907

Box/Folder: 181 : 5

The Little Book of Modern Verse, inscribed by Bertram Wolfe to Ella Wolfe, 1913

Box/Folder: 181 : 6

Trotsky, Leon, Our Revolution, with marginal notes by Bertram Wolfe, 1918

Box/Folder: 181 : 7-8

Revolutionary Radicalism, Its History, Purpose and Tactics, 1920

Scope and Content Note

Report by Senate of the State of New York in which Bertram Wolfe is mentioned
 

Serial issues, 1937-1938

Box/Folder: 182 : 1

Marxist Quarterly, vol. I, nos. 1-3, 1937

Box/Folder: 182 : 2

The New International, 1938 February-May, July, October, and December

Box: 183

CLOSED

Scope and Content Note

Use copies available in box 12
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