Register of the Joaquin Maurin Papers, 1870-1976

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Register of the Joaquin Maurin Papers, 1870-1976

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Joaquin Maurin Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1870-1976
Collection number: 77021
Creator: Maurin, Joaquin, 1897-1973
Collection Size: 31 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box, 3 envelopes. (13.5 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, writings, clippings, photographs, and printed matter, relating to communism and socialism in Spain, the Spanish Civil War, and the American Literary Agency.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Language: Spanish.

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Access Points

Nin, Andres, 1892-1937.
American Literary Agency.
Partido obrero de unificacion marxista.
Communism.
Communism--Spain.
Fascism--Spain.
Labor movement--Spain.
Socialism--Spain.
Spain.
Spain--History--Civil War, 1936-1939.
Spain--Politics and government--20th century.

Biographical Note and Chronology of Related Events

1896, January 13 Born in Bonansa, Huesca (Spain), of Aragon mother and Catalan father
1914-1918 Teacher of geography and history at Lerida high-school
  Member of "Juventud Republicana", Lerida Writer for El Ideal, the daily mouthpiece of "Juventud Republicana"
1919, December 2nd Congress of the "Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo" (C.N.T.) in Madrid during which it decided to affiliate itself with the Communist International
1919-mid 1920 Stationed in Madrid during his tour of duty in the Spanish army
mid 1920 Joined the C.N.T.
fall 1920-1921 Secretary of the "Confederacion Provincial del Trabajo", Lerida
  Member of the regional committee of Catalonia of the C.N.T., representing the province of Lerida
1920-1922 Editor of Lucha Social, Lerida, a trade-unionist weekly founded by Pedro Bonet in 1919
1921, May Left with Andres Nin, Arlandis and Ibanez for Moscow
1921, June-August Delegate of the C.N.T. to the 3rd Congress of the Communist International and to the Founding Congress of the Red International of Labor Unions (Profintern)
1921, October National plenum of the C.N.T. in Lerida at which the report of the delegation, written by Maurin, was unanimously approved
1921, October-end of February 1922 Provisional secretary of the executive committee of the C.N.T.
1922, June National conference of the C.N.T. in Saragossa at which it rejected the Communist International and the Profintern (triumph of the anarcho-sindicalist position within the C.N.T.)
1922, December Co-founder at a meeting in Bilbao of the "Comites Sindicalistas Revolucionarios" (C.S.R.), minority within the C.N.T., close to the "Partido Comunista de Espana" (P.C.E.) and which wanted the C.N.T. to reaffiliate itself with the Communist International
1922, December 21-December 1924 Founder and editor of La Batalla, Barcelona, a trade-unionist communist weekly, mouthpiece of the C.S.R., around which gathered a group of Catalan communists and which was subsequently incorporated into the P.C.E. in 1924
1923 Left the C.N.T.
1924, May Author, L'anarcho-syndicalisme en Espagne (Anarcho-sindicalism in Spain), Paris, Librairie du Travail; 47 p.
1924, June-July Delegate to the 3rd Congress of the Profintern sent by the executive committee of the C.S.R.
1924, mid November Plenum of the regional federations of the P.C.E. in Madrid at which Maurin and his group (the "Federacion Comunista Catalano-Balear", F.C.C.B.) criticized the policy of the executive committee, forcing it to resign
1925, January 12 Arrested as he was coming out of the Ateneo of Barcelona
1925, January 12-October 4, 1927 Political prisoner, first in the prison "Modelo" in Barcelona, then in the fortress of Montjuich, then again in Barcelona
1926, November 23 Acquitted, but not released immediately
1927, November-June 1930 Resided in Neuilly s/Seine (Paris)
  Worked for Le Monde
  Correspondent for Tass and Izvestia on Spanish issues
1927, November 26 Married Jeanne Lifchitz (sister of Boris Souvarine)
1928, March-May Went to Moscow to justify his position to the Control Commission of the Communist International; whitewashed and offered to be member of the executive committee of the P.C.E.: refused
1928, December 22 Birth of son Mario in Paris
1929, August 3rd Congress of the P.C.E. in Paris. The F.C.C.B. had to send its proposals, Maurin and Bonet not having been allowed to attend as delegates
1930, June Returned to Spain after the fall of Primo de Rivera
1930, Summer So-called Conference of Pamplona of the P.C.E. to which the F.C.C.B. was not invited
  Maurin expelled from the party. The F.C.C.B. sided with him and was also expelled, and started seeking contacts with the "Partit Comunista Catala" that Jordi Arquer and other members of the F.C.C.B. founded in the years 1928-1929, refusing to follow the discipline of the Communist International any longer
1930, October 24 Author, Los Hombres de la Dictadura (The men of the dictatorship), Madrid, Cenit; 241 p.
1931, March 1 1st Congress of the F.C.C.B. at Tarrasa. Incorporated the "Partit Comunista Catala" which had agreed to the fusion at its congress in the beginning of November 1930
  Founded the "Bloque Obrero y Campesino" (B.O.C.) as a rallying platform and framework for communist sympathisers and as a propaganda organization. The F.C.C.B., in effect, was converted into being the administrator of the B.O.C. Maurin was secretary-general
1931, April 12 The B.O.C. participated in the municipal elections which brought about the end of the monarchy and the proclamation of the Republic on April 14
1931, June Visited by a delegation of the Communist International which wanted the B.O.C. to be incorporated into the P.C.E.; Maurin refused and was expelled from the Communist International in July
1932, January 25 Author, La Revolucion Espanola. De la Monarquia Absoluta a la Revolucion Socialista (The Spanish revolution. From absolute monarchy to the socialist revolution), Madrid, Cenit; 196 p.
1932, April 4 2nd Congress of the F.C.C.B. in Barcelona. Changed its name to "Federacion Comunista Iberica" (F.C.I.)
1933, February Working classes conference convened by the B.O.C. in Barcelona
1933, March The B.O.C. suggested the formation of the "Alianza Obrera Antifascista" which organized the October 1934 uprising
1933, end of June 1st Congress of the F.C.I.
1934, April 2nd Congress of the F.C.I.
1935, April Author, Hacia la Segunda Revolucion (Until the second revolution), Barcelona, Alfa; 253 p. Translated into French in 1935 and published in Paris by Rieder under the title Revolution et Contre-revolution en Espagne; 367 p. Reedited in Spanish in 1966 and published in Paris by Ruedo Iberico under the title Revolucion y Contrarrevolucion en Espana (Revolution and counter-revolution in Spain); 289 p.
1935, September Founded the "Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista" (P.O.U.M.) through the fusion of the B.O.C. and the "Izquierda Comunista" that Nin founded in 1932
1936, February Elected Deputy to the Cortes for the city of Barcelona under the "Front d'Esquerres", the Republican coalition of Catalonia, in which he was politically active since the end of 1935
1936, July Wife and son left for Paris Found himself in insurgent territory (Bisquaye, Galicia) at the outbreak of the civil war. Hid under false names
1936, September 3 Arrested. Detained in Panticosa, Huesca, and then in the provincial prison of Jaca, Huesca, under the name of Joaquin Julio Ferrer
1936, September Various newspapers announced his capture and execution
1937, early September Released. Tried to reach France
1937, September 6 Recognized at the border. Arrested under his real name and transferred to Saragossa
1937, October 8 Brother Manuel died in the prison "Modelo" in Barcelona
1937-May 1942 In solitary confinement in the provincial prison of Salamanca
1941, August 30 Wife and son arrived in New York (American citizens in April 1953)
1942, May-November Provincial prison of Barcelona
1942, November-March 1944 Central prison of Burgos Wrote draft of En las Prisiones de Franco (In the prisons of Franco) under the title of "Los Siete Circulos"
1944, March-October 1946 Provincial prison of Barcelona
1944, August 19 His case came up for trial; sentenced to 30 years
1946, October 1 Paroled under an amnesty for some political prisoners, but confined to Madrid where he worked as a translator for Jose Janes Publications
1947, July 4 Was given a passport to visit his family in New York, provided he returned to Spain. Left for Neuilly s/Seine
1947, September 30 American embassy in Paris granted him a temporary visitor's visa
1947, October 16 Arrived in New York (his visa was extended twice, the second time until April 16, 1949)
1947 Held a position with Dana Perfumes of Buenos Aires, which wanted him to undergo a 6-months training period in New York
1948, end of February Injured his back: immobilized for a few months and incapacitated for a year and a half. Unable to return to Spain, he thus forfeited his conditional liberty
1948, March-March 1950 Commercial representative in the U.S. of the Spanish firm PRADESA
1949, July Founded the American Literary Agency (A.L.A.), a newspaper agency which distributed articles written by him and others to some 35 Central and Latin American newspapers
1949, September-July 1952 Commercial representative in the U.S. of the Spanish firm Jose Collado Herrero
1951, January-April 1954 Chief writer for the Boletin de Informac on de Dana, New York
1953 The F.B.I. asked him to leave the country
1954, April September 1957 Press attache to the Costa Rican delegation to the United Nations in New York
1961, April 24 American citizen
1973, November 12 Died in New York
1974, May 5 Author, En Las Prisiones de Franco (In the prisons of Franco), Mexico, B. Costa-Amic; 210 p.

Note

For further information, see the correspondence file for the following correspondents, to which Maurin gave answers to specific reference questions about his past activities and Spanish politics of the 1920s and 1930s: Arquer, Jordi; Bonamusa Gaspa, Francisco; Cardona, Jose Manuel; Connelly Ullman, Joan; Kairis, Robert A.; Meaker, Gerald H.; Pages, Pedro (Victor Alba); Payne, Stanley; Portela, Luis; Thomas, Hugh; Wolfe, Bertram and Ella

Series Description

Box: 1-2.

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1896-1974.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
Box: 2-11.

CORRESPONDENCE, 1915-1973.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.
Box: 12-19.

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1918-1973.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by title within two chronological subdivisions, before and after 1948.
Box: 19-24.

AMERICAN LITERARY AGENCY, 1949-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Material related to the newspaper agency that Maurin founded in July 1949 and which distributed articles written by him and others to some thirty-five Central and Latin American newspapers. General office correspondence, arranged chronologically, and articles written by Maurin for the Agency, arranged chronologically under the various pen names he used
Box: 25-29.

SUBJECT FILE, 1870-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, printed matter, minutes, newsletters, reports, arranged alphabetically by topic
Box: 30-31.

NEWSPAPERS, 1919-1976.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by title
Box: 32 on shelf.

MEMORABILIA, 1950-1952.

Scope and Content Note

Two oversize scrapbooks.
Box 10. A-V.

PHOTOGRAPHS, 1920s-1970s.

Note

See photo card catalog
 

Appendix to register

Container List

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1896-1974

Box 1

Articles on Joaquin Maurin (hereafter Maurin)

 

Biographical data

 

Pre-1936 identification documents (passports, certificates, passes, etc.)

 

Pre-1936 miscellaneous papers

 

Imprisonment, 1925-1927

 

Letters of support to Maurin in his controversy with Gabriel Leon Trilla, 1928

 

Deputy to the Cortes, 1936. See also SUBJECT FILE, Spain, Catalonia, Elections

 

Envelopes of letters sent to his wife while in prison, 1943-1944

 

Judgement, 1944, and conditional release, 1946

 

Job applications, 1949

 

Visa and naturalization process, 1947-1961

 

Biographical data submitted

 

Birth certificate, good conduct certificate and finger prints

 

Correspondence

 

of Jeanne Maurin (hereafter JM) with various people, 1942-1957

 

of JM and Maurin with Max Blecher, Attorney, 1948-1957

 

Miscellaneous, 1947-1951

 

Documents submitted and affidavits of various people, 1947-1954

 

Miscellaneous notes by Maurin

 

State Department and Justice Department; Immigration and Naturalization Service 1941-1954

 

General (including articles on immigration laws)

 

Articles written by Maurin submitted to the State Department

 

Citizenship, 1961

 

Post-1946 Spanish and American passports

 

Member of the Costa Rican delegation to the United Nations, N.Y., 1954-1957

 

United Nations press cards

 

Invitations from various United Nations delegations

 

Membership cards to various societies

Box 2

Vaccination certificates

 

Hospital bills

 

Post-1947 miscellaneous papers

 

obituaries, eulogies, tributes, 1973

 

Condolences sent to JM, 1973-1974

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1915-1973

Box 2

Unidentified

 

Pre-1936

 

Post-1947

 

Anne, 1949

 

Gabriel, 1965-1967

 

Horacio, 1948

 

Maria, 1962

 

Poeta, 1952-1954

 

Rafael, 1959-1964

 

Abril, Francisco, 1962

 

Abril, Xavier, 1931

 

Acadia Company, Inc., N.Y., 1949. See also Collado Herrero, Jose

 

Adroher, Enrique (Gironella), 1947-1949. See also SUBJECT FILE, Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista

 

Agrupacion Cultural de la Pena, Mieres (Diego Santamaria, Secretary), 1932

 

Aguade i Miro, Jaume, 1929-1930

 

Aguado-Andreut, Salvador and Claridad Olalquiaga, 1948-1972. See also SUBJECT FILE, Hungary and BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Aguilar, S.A., Madrid, 1954-1968

 

Aguirre, Jose Antonio. See BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and Naturalization process, Documents submitted

 

Aguirre y Cardenas. Juan, 1947-1948

 

Alba, Victor. See Pages, Pedro

 

Alberich. Manuel, 1950-1963

 

Albertini, Georges, 1961-1964

 

Alberto Erro, Carlos. See SUBJECT FILE Hungary

 

Alberto Sanchez, Luis. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Aldecoa, Ignacio, 1960-1961

 

Alexander, Robert J., 1952-1960

 

Alfarache, Progreso A. ( CNT, Mexico), 1960-1963

 

Alliluyeva, Svetlana, 1968

 

Alloza, Fernando, 1970

 

Alsina, Jean, 1950

 

Angel Queredo, Miguel. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Angelopoulos, Angelos, 1962

 

Anllo, Juan, 1967

 

Antoine Chiris Company Inc., N.Y., 1950. See also Collado Herrero, Jose

 

Apolo, Barcelona, 1932

 

Araquistain, Luis ( Leviatan and Espana, Madrid), 1928-1959

 

Araquistain, Ramon -son of Luis Araquistain-, 1959-1970

 

Arciniega, Rosa. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Arciniegas, Aurora -daughter of German Arciniegas?-, 1964

 

Arciniegas, Gabriela -daughter of German Arciniegas?-, 1973

 

Arciniegas, German, 1972-1973. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Obituaries

 

Arco Alvarez, Jose Luis del (Lainz y Compania, Havana, Cuba), n.d.

 

Arendt, Hannah. See Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc., N.Y.

 

Argente, Baldomero, 1952-1965. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and naturalization process, Documents submitted

 

Arino, Enrique, 1952

Box 3

Arquer, Jordi. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Letters of support to Maurin and Condolences sent to JM; SUBJECT FILE, Partido Obrero de Unification Marxista and Union Socialista Espanola

 

1947-1957

 

1958-1973

 

Ascoli, Max ( The Reporter, N.Y.), 1951

 

Asensio, Jose (U.S. Representative of the Spanish Government in exile), 1950-1960

 

Asturias, Miguel Angel and Blanca de Asturias de Mora y Araujo, 1970-1974

 

Ateneo Popular de Mieres, Asturias (Luis Santiago Alvarez, Secretary), 1931-1932

 

Aub, Max, 1963

 

Ayma i Ayala, Jaume, 1963-1964

 

Balius, Jaime, 1958. See also Ruiz, Pablo

 

Ballester-Gozalvo, Jose, 1964

 

Baraibar, Carlos de ( Claridad, Madrid), 1935. See also SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Barrieiro, Dr. y Senora, 1963-1964

 

Barrett, Edward W., 1956

 

Barrull, Jaume, 1973. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Barton, Paul. See Veltrusky, Jiri

 

Basque Delegation, N.Y., 1950

 

La Batalla, Paris, 1950

 

Benedict, Edward E., 1951

 

Benitez, Jaime, 1958-1962. See also SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Bentata, J., 1962. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Berch, Victor A. (Brandeis University, Special Collections, Waltham, Mass.), 1969

 

Berghof, Erich, 1952-1953

 

Berle, Adolf A., 1961

 

Bernard, L. L., 1931

 

Bevan, Aneurin, 1958

 

Blanc, Jorge, 1954

 

Blanc Gaillard de la Roche, Juan -father of Jorge Blanc-, 1949

 

Blecher, Jr., Max, 1960. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and naturalization process, Correspondence with Max Blecher

 

Bolloten, Burnett, 1954-1955

 

Bolloten, Gladys Elvie, 1954-1963

 

Bonamusa Gaspa, Francisco, 1931-1972

 

Bondy, Francois, 1953-1957. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and naturalization process, Documents submitted

 

Bonet, Pedro, 1947-1973. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Letters of support to Maurin

 

Borges, Alberto, 1959-1960

 

Bosh, Juan, 1961-1963. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, Post-1948, Course on political ideologies given at the Institute of Political Education in San Jose, Costa Rica

 

Bowers, Claude C., 1954

 

Breguelo, Antonio. See BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Brockway, Fenner, 1947-1948. See also Independent Labour Party

 

Broue, Pierre, 1972

 

Bruguera, Antonio, 1959-1973

 

Bullejos Sanchez, Jose, 1959-1960

 

Burgos, Carmen de, 1931

 

Calamandrei, Mauro, 1966

 

Campalans, Rafael, 1932

 

Campana de Watts, Luz, 1973

 

Camus, Albert, 1959

 

Canas, Alberto F., 1955-1973

 

Cano, Rafael del (Ateneo Cientifico, Literario y Artistico, Madrid), 1931

 

Cantinflas. See Moreno, Mario

 

Capdevilla, Arturo. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Capdevilla, Jose, 1948-1960

 

Capella, See BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Carballo, Jose F., 1958-1963

 

Carbo, Sergio, 1960

 

Carcagente, Agustin, 1972

 

Cardona, Jose Manuel, 1962-1963

 

Carillo, Santiago, 1935

 

Carod, Saturnino -husband of Adoracion Lahoz-, 1951-1959

 

Carpio, Campio, 1963

Box 4

Carrion, Benjamin, 1955-1960. See also SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Casajuana, Isidro, 1949-1950

 

Casals, Pablo, 1950-1960

 

Casanovas, Juan, 1928-1929. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Letters of support to JM

 

Casona, Alejandro. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Castanon de la Pena, Jose Manuel, 1958

 

Castells Vinyals, Jose, 1948-1950

 

Castillo, Othon, 1962-1973

 

Castro, Americo, 1963

 

Cenit S.A., Madrid, 1930-1935

 

Chandler, Tertius, 1955

 

Chaplin, Charlie, 1950

 

Chwat, Paul, 1964

 

Clappier, Louis, 1948-1949

 

Claraso, Noel, 1967

 

Colberg, Severo E. See SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, Post-1948, "Revolucion y Contrarrevolucion en la Rusia Sovietica", series of three speeches given at the Graduate School of Public Administration, San Juan, Puerto Rico

 

Collado Herrero, Jose, 1949-1952

 

Collinet, Marcel, 1949

 

Colome, (Comite Departemental de Paris-Seine du P.O.U.M.), 1959

 

Comas, Pere, 1928-1929

 

Comision Coordinadora de la Campana Mundial de Prensa por la Libertad de Espana, Mexico, 1962

 

Communist International

 

Executive Committee, 1928

 

Secretariat, Jules Humbert-Droz, 1928 (including the International Control Commission)

 

Roman Secretariat, 1930

 

Companys, Luis, 1920-1921. See also SUBJECT FILE, Maurin, Jeanne, Correspondence

 

Comunidad Iberica, Mexico, 1966

 

Conference sur la Guerre Politique des Soviets (Rome, Nov. 18-22, 1961), 1961-1962. Correspondence with various participants

 

Connelly Ullman, Joan, 1963. See also SUBJECT FILE, Spain, Anticlericalism

 

Convencion de Republicanos Espanoles de la Argentina, 1973

 

Cortes, Joaquin ( CNT, Mexico), 1950-1961

 

Costa Amic, Bartolome, 1948-1960

 

Cuadernos (published by the Congress for Cultural Freedom, Paris), 1953-1963

 

Cuito, Amadeu, 1966

Box 5

Dali, Salvador, 1950-1951

 

Dana, Doris, 1956

 

Dana Perfumes, Buenos Aires and New York, 1947-1951. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and naturalization process, Correspondence, Miscellaneous

 

Darlee, Irina M., 1965

 

Davidson, Jacques, n.d.

 

Deambrosis-Martins, Carlos, 1964 (writing to Stanley Ross, in charge of ALA)

 

Deering-Milliken Export Corporation, N.Y., 1949. See also Collado Herrero, Jose

 

Diego Perez, Ismael, 1957-1958

 

Dolevsky, (Tass, Moscow), 1930

 

Domingo, Marcelino, 1928-1930

 

Dos Passos, John. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Ducach, Teodoro, 1959-1965

 

Dundee Mills Inc., Georgia, 1949. See also Collado Herrero, Jose

 

Dunois, Amedee, 1934

 

Eastman, Max, 1931-1947. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and naturalization process, Correspondence of JM and Documents submitted

 

Editors Press Service, Inc., N.Y., 1969-1970

 

Einstein, Albert, 1950

 

Escobal, Patricia P., 1968

 

Escobal, Pedro. See BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Escudero, Vicente, 1955

 

Espana Libre, Toulouse. See Gonzalez Malo, Jesus and SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, Post-1948, "Hombres e Historia"

 

Espla, Carlos, 1928-1966

 

Est-Ouest, Paris. See Guibert, Yves

 

Estenger, Rafael, 1970

 

Estevez, Eulogio, 1930

 

Facio, Gonzalo J., 1953

 

Faulkner, William. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Federacion Local de Sindicatos y Sociedades Obreras, La Fuelguera, Asturias, 1932

 

Federacion Local de Sociedades y Sindicatos Obreros (A.I.T.-C.N.T.), Gijon, 1932

 

Feldman, Harry M., 1956

 

Fernandez Gutierrez, Julian, 1967

 

Ferrandiz, D. F., 1950

 

Ferrater Mora, Jose, 1954-1973. See also SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Ferrer, Miguel, 1929-1930. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Letters of support to Maurin

 

Figueres, Jose

 

1951-1961

 

1962-1971

 

Fillat, Alvaro, 1951-1952

 

Fisher, Ruth, 1951-1955

 

Florit, Eugenio, 1971

 

Frank, Waldo, 1954-1964. See also SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Galiana, Gregorio R., 1957

 

Galindez, Jesus de, 1954

 

Gallegos, Romulo. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Galvez, Benigna -wife of Manolo Villar-, 1952-1957

 

Galvis Ramirez, Alejandro ( Vanguardia Liberal, Colombia), 1970

 

Garcia, Manuel M., 1952

 

Garcia, Pilar (Pili), 1947-1952

 

Garcia Lamola, Pere, 1973. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Garcia Lopez, A., 1960

 

Garcia Lorca, Francisco, 1949-1963. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Garcia Lorca de los Rios, Laura -wife of Francisco Garcia Lorca- (for the Hispanic Institute in the United States, Columbia University), 1953-1967

 

Garcia Pascal, Jose R., 1963-1966

 

Garcia Trevino, Rodrigo ( Cuadernos, Mexico), 1955-1959

 

Garcitoral, Alicio, 1957

 

Garrabou, Juan, 1959

 

Geigel-Polanco, Vicente, 1954

 

Gelada, Francisco, 1972-1973

 

General Motors Corporation, N.Y., 1948-1950

 

Gillette, Alberto, 1966

 

Gironella. See Adroher, Enrique

 

Gispert, Maria, 1965. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Givaudan-Delawanna, Inc., 1950

Box 6

Godas i Vila, Frederic, 1948-1957

 

Godson, Roy, 1966

 

Gomez de la Serna, Ramon, 1956-1962

 

Gondi, Ovidio, 1951-1972. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and naturalization process, Documents submitted

 

Gonzalez, Bonifacio, 1948-1951

 

Gonzalez, Luis, 1953

 

Gonzalez Feo, Mario, 1960-1966

 

Gonzalez Lopez, Emilio. See Tierno Galvan, Enrique

 

Gonzalez Malo, Jesus, 1957-1967

 

Gonzalez Muela, Joaquin, 1973

 

Gordon, Richard A., 1963-1968

 

Gordon Ordas, Felix, 1957-1959

 

Gorkin, Julian, 1929-1973. See also Cuadernos and BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and Naturalization process, Correspondence of JM and SUBJECT FILE, Hungary and Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista

 

Granell, Eugenio F., 1968

 

Granier. See l'Opinio

 

Grant, Frances. See Inter-American Association for Democracy and Freedom

 

Grossi-Mier, Manuel, 1972-1973 (including literature of the Partido Socialista Obrero Espanol). See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Guehenno, Jean ( Europe, Editions Rieder, Paris), 1932-1936

 

Guibert, Yves, 1961-1962

 

Gutman, Bob, 1951-1968. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Guzman, Mario, 1964-1973

 

Habaru, A., 1928

 

Hall, Florence, 1964

 

Haya de la Torre, Victor Raul, 1929

 

Henson, Francis A., ( The Marxist Quarterly, N.Y.,), 1936

 

Hernandez Zancajo, Carlos, 1935

 

Hidalgo, Diego, 1928-1960

 

Hispanic Society of America, N.Y. (Adelaide M. Meyer). See also Huntington, Archer M.

 

Hook, Sidney, 1949

 

Humbert-Droz, Jules. See Communist International, Secretariat

 

Hunt, J. Christopher, 1967

 

Huntington, Archer M., 1954-1955

 

Huxley, Aldous, 1959-1960

 

Ibanez, Roberto. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Iduarte, Andres, n.d.

 

Iglesias, Ignacio, 1953-1963. See also Cuadernos and BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Iglesias, Ramon -cousin of Maurin-, 1936. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and Naturalization process, Correspondence of JM and SUBJECT FILE, Maurin, Jeanne, Correspondence

 

Independent Labour Party, London, 1936. See also SUBJECT FILE, Maurin, Jeanne, Correspondence

 

Institute of International Labor Research, Inc., N.Y. See Volman, Sacha

 

Inter-American Association for Democracy and Freedom, N.Y., 1957-1973

 

The Irish Worker, Dublin (Jim Larkin), 1931

 

Iturrioz, Jose ( Avicena, Barcelona), 1952-1956

 

Izvestia, Moscow, 1928

 

James Cunningham, Son & Co., N.Y., 1948

 

Janes, Jose, 1947-1949 (including correspondence of his wife, Ester Nadal, 1959 )

 

Jauregui Hurtado, Arturo. See Organizacion Regional Interamericana de Trabajadores

 

John Bean Manufacturing Company, Lansing, Mich., 1948

 

Juan Ferres y Hermano, Barcelona, 1950

 

Julia, Jaime (Columbia Pictures International Corporation, N.Y.), 1949-1950

 

Just, Julio, 1962-1969 (including articles of Just and the message of the President of the Cortes of the Spanish Government in exile, Mexico, 1963 )

 

Kairis, Robert A., 1964-1965

 

Kantor, Harry, 1960-1970

 

Kent, Victoria ( Iberica, N.Y.), 1956-1969. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Kilbom, Karl, 1934 (including issues of the Folkets Dagblad, Stockholm, which published some of Maurin's articles)

 

Kohl, Hermann J., 1951-1953

 

Lafuente, A., 1966

 

Lahoz, Adoracion -wife of Saturnino Carod-, 1952-1958

 

Lajara, Sanz, 1962

 

Lana-Sarrate, C., 1951

 

Languas, J. A., 1957

 

Lardo Cuneo, 1936

 

Larrea, Gustavo, 1956-1968

Box 7

Lautier Fils, Inc., N.Y., 1949-1951. See also Collado Herrero, Jose

 

Lazarevitch, N. See BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Lazitch, Branco, 1963-1966. See also Guibert, Yves

 

Leighton, Charles H., 1959-1972 (including two of his essays on Casona)

 

Leon Treso, Francisco, 1954

 

Lemos, Percy M., 1958-1959

 

Levitas, S. M., ( The New Leader, N.Y.), 1948-1960

 

Llopis, Rodolfo, 1929-1954

 

Llorens, Carmen, 1961

 

Llorens Castillo, Vicente, 1966-1972 (including a resume of Maurin). See also Tierno Galvan, Enrique

 

Lopez, Juan ( CNT, Mexico), 1956

 

Lorton de Ramos, Henni, 1958

 

Losada, Jorge ( The Latin American Times, N.Y.) 1965

 

Lovestone, Jay, 1934

 

Lozovsky, Alexander (Secretary, Profintern), 1928

 

Lundquist, Darrel W., 1969

 

Luque, Juan Jose, 1947

 

Luter, John, 1963

 

McCampbell & Company, N.Y., 1949. See also Collado Herrero, Jose

 

McDonald, Nancy. See Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc., N.Y.

 

McDonough, J. J. See General Motors Corporation

 

Macia, Francesco (Generalitat de Catalunya), 1931

 

Madariaga, Salvador de, 1954-1972. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM and Visa and Naturalization process, Correspondence of JM

 

Manach, Jorge. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Manzano, Cesar, 1955-1968. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Marichal, Juan, 1956-1970

 

Marimon Cairol, Joseph, 1972

 

Marin, Miguel A., 1966-1973

 

Marquez, Antonio, 1959

 

Marti Jara, Enrique, 1930-1961

 

Martin de Alvarez, Christina -daughter of Arsenio Martin, for whom see BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Letters of support to Maurin-, 1958-1966. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Obituaries

 

Martinet, Marcel (Editions Rieder, Paris), 1932

 

Martinez Barrio, Diego, 1947-1960. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and Naturalization process, Documents submitted and SUBJECT FILE, Maurin, Jeanne, Correspondence

 

Martinez Feduchy, Manuel, 1956

 

Martinez Garcia, Manolo, 1948-1958

 

Martinez de Utiel, C. A., 1969

 

Masferrer, Lorenzo, 1953-1957. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM and SUBJECT FILE, Bloque Obrero y Campesino, 1st Congress

 

Mata, Andres, 1957-1964

 

Matteo, Ivan and Maria Lombardo, n.d.

 

Maura, Miguel, 1964 (including correspondence with his grandson, Joaquin Romero Maura)

 

Maurin, Maria -sister of Maurin-, 1967-1972

 

Maurin, Mario -son of Maurin-, 1967 (including a resume of Mario Maurin)

 

Meaker, Gerald H., 1963-1965

 

Medrano, Humberto, 1961-1966

 

Menendez, Aquilino Moral, 1959-1972. See also SUBJECT FILE, Gibraltar

 

Meyer, Hakon, 1934

 

Meziat, Enrique, 1934

 

Miller, Arthur, 1950

 

Mir Porte, Rafael, 1965

 

Miravittles, Jaume (Martin W. de Soto), 1928-1964. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM, Obituaries and Visa and Naturalization process, Correspondence of JM and Documents submitted

 

Miro, Fidel, 1963-1966

 

Molina, Juan M., 1969

 

Monge Alfaro, Carlos. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Monteiro de Castro, Livia Santos, 1968

 

Montejo, Maria Lilia, 1954-1958

 

Montezuma Hurtado, Alberto, 1967 (including some of his articles)

 

Moreno, Mario (Cantinflas), 1955-1971

 

Morodo, Raul, 1973

 

Mosquera, Marta, 1965

 

Moulines, Linus, 1947-1973. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Movimiento de Accion Sindical, New York Delegation, 1960

 

Munoz Abad, J. (Ateneo de Madrid), 1931

 

Munoz Marin, Luis, 1950-1962

 

Nanita, Abelardo R. (hijo), 1965

 

The Nation, N.Y., 1954

 

The New York Public Library, n.d.

 

The New York Times, 1959. See also SUBJECT FILE, El Campesino

 

Nieto, Jose, 1953

 

Nin, Andres, 1928-1931. See also SUBJECT FILE, Maurin, Jeanne, Correspondence

 

Nonoyama, Minoko, 1971-1973

 

Norda Essential Oils Company, N.Y., 1950

 

Nunez, Benjamin, 1954-1962. See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, Post-1948, Course on political ideologies given at the Institute of Political Education in San Jose, Costa Rica and SUBJECT FILE, Stevenson, Adlai

 

Nunez, Enrique ( Replica, Puerto Rico), 1972

 

Nunez Arca, Pascual, 1959 (including his resume and articles of his)

 

Olalquiaga, Caridad. See Aguado-Andreut, Salvador

 

Olivar-Bertrand, R., 1962-1973 (including his resume)

 

Olivares, Delgado, 1956

 

Onis, Federico de, 1949-1953. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and Naturalization process, Documents submitted

 

L'Opinio, Barcelona, 1928 (including a questionnaire to which Maurin answered -on Spanish politics)

Box 8

Orfila Reynal, Arnaldo. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Organizacion Regional Interamericana de Trabajadores, Mexico, 1962 (including articles of Arturo Jauregui Hurtado, Secretary-General)

 

Organization of American States, W.,D.C., 1956

 

Orlich, Francisco J., 1962-1963

 

Ortega y Gasset, Eduardo, 1957

 

Ortega y Gasset, Jose, 1952

 

Ortiz, Eloy, 1959 (including one article of his)

 

Overseas News Agency, 1949-1950

 

Pachter, Mrs. Henry (Henri Rabasseire), 1967

 

Pages, Mariona -sister of Pedro Pages-, 1949-1953

 

Pages, Pedro (Victor Alba). See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Obituaries

 

1947-1959 (including articles of Victor Alba on Guatemala and Largo Caballero, 1954 )

 

1960-1974 (including a letter to the editor concerning the P.O.U.M., 1964 )

 

Pane, Josep, 1953-1972. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Parajou, Mario. See BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Pareja Diezcanseco, Alfredo, 1961. See SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, Post-1948, Course on political ideologies given at the Institute of Political Education in San Jose, Costa Rica

 

Pares, Francisco, 1962-1963

 

Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista (P.O.U.M.), Paris, 1947-1973 (including newsletters)

 

Pascual Mora, Ramon, 1961

 

Pasion, Antonio de la, 1949

 

Payne, Stanley, 1960-1971. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Pego, Aurelio, 1951-1971

 

Pellicena Camacho, Pedro, 1958-1959

 

Perez Castro, Ismael -father of Ismael Perez Perasso, Carlos Perez Perasso and Elena Perez de Griem-, 1958-1959

 

Perez de Griem, Elena, 1959

 

Perez Perasso, Carlos, 1954-1961

 

Perez Perasso, Ismael, 1952-1962

 

Perez Sarmiento, Guillermo, 1958-1963

 

Perez Solis, Oscar, 1924-1951. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Letters of support to Maurin

 

Perez Vicente, Manuel, 1952

 

Le Peuple, Brussels, 1934

 

Picasso, Pablo, 1965

 

Picon Salas, Mariano. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Pifarre, Roque, 1956

 

Pijoan, Jose, 1930-1955 (including an essay of his on Caravaggio)

 

Pina, Francisco. See Araquistain, Luis

 

Pineda de Castro, Alvaro, 1962

 

Piquer Mor, F., 1953

 

Le Populaire, Paris, 1934

 

Portas, Rafael E. (Sindicato de Trabajadores de la Produccion Cinematografica, Mexico), 1954

 

Portela, Luis, 1948-1973 (including a long manuscript of Portela on the origins of the communist party in Spain). See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Obituaries

 

Poseidon, Buenos Aires, 1949-1950

 

PRADESA (Productos Agricolas y Derivados, S.A.), Barcelona, 1947-1950

Box 9

Prewett, Virginia ( The Latin American Times, N.Y.), 1965

 

Prieto, Indalecio, 1948

 

Prieto, Tomas, 1968

 

Puente, Isaac, 1929

 

Pujol Font, Joan Luis, 1931

 

Putzeys, Guillermo A., 1965

 

Quer Torrent, Joan, 1960

 

Rabasseire, Henri. See Pachter, Mrs. Henry

 

Racaj Montemayor, Jose A. See BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Raditsa, Bogdan, 1958

 

Radunsky, Ines, 1961-1965

 

Ramira Gomez, Vicente, 1948-1950

 

Ramos, Henri L., 1958

 

Ravines, Eudocio, 1929-1970

 

Rebull, Daniel (David Rey), 1948-1958. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Letters of support to Maurin, Condolences sent to JM and SUBJECT FILE, Maurin, Jeanne, Correspondence

 

Redondo, Susana, 1951-1952

 

Reina, Antonio, 1954-1959. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and Naturalization process, Documents submitted

 

La Revolution Proletarienne, Paris, 1932

 

Rey, David. See Rebull, Daniel

 

Reyes, Alfonso, 1956-1959. See also SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Reyes, Manuela M. de -related to Alfonso Reyes-, 1960-1962

 

Rio, Angel and Amelia del Rio (The Hispanic Institute in the United States, Columbia University), 1954-1964. See also Garcia Lorca de los Rios, Laura

 

Rios, Fernando de los, 1947. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and Naturalization process, Correspondence of JM and Documents submitted

 

Roa, Raul. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Robles, Emmanuel, 1968

 

Robles Piquer, Eduardo, 1968 (including his resume; an article on, and a caricature of, Arturo Illia)

 

Rocabert, Juan, 1958-1972. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Rodrigues, Jesus, 1960

 

Rodriguez, Enrique, 1948-1952

 

Rodriguez, Ramon, 1968

 

Rojas, Ricardo. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Romero, Luis, 1965

 

Romero Maura, Joaquin, 1964-1965

 

Rosarios, Ottocar, 1965

 

Ross, Stanley, 1963 (including an article of his and one on him by Mitchel Levitas)

 

Rossi, Angelo, 1951

 

Roure-Dupont, Inc., N.Y., 1950

 

Roviralta, Jose Maria, 1948-1949

 

Rubia Barcia, Jose, 1970

 

Ruiz, Pablo ( El Amigo del Pueblo, Paris) and Jaime Balius, 1962

 

Saborit Colomer, Andres, 1953. See also El Socialista, Paris

 

Samblancat, Angel, 1915-1930

 

Sanchez, Manolo, 1948-1973. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Sanchez Roca, Mariano, 1949

 

Santos, Eduardo, 1953-1966

 

Santovenia, Emeterio S., 1960

 

Sarda Llorens, Rafael, 1949-1973. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Sarradell, Enrique ( El Pais, Lerida), 1928

 

Sawa, Takaaki, 1969-1973. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Sax, Ernie and Eithne, 1950-1969

 

Scottdale Mills, Georgia, 1949

 

Senador Gomez, Julio, 1917

 

Sender, Ramon J. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and Naturalization process, Documents submitted; Obituaries and SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

1952-1954

Box 10

1955-1960

 

1961-1966

 

1967-1973

 

Letters of Maurin to various Central and Latin American newspapers regarding their possible publication of Sender's articles, 1953 (arranged alphabetically by newspaper title)

 

Serge, Victor, 1929-1947

 

Serge, Vlady, 1949

 

Serna, Victor de la, 1966

 

Serra, Javier. See Dana Perfumes

 

Serra Llavayol, Martin (Productos Plasticos, Madrid), 1949-1953

 

Serrano Plaja, Arturo, 1961

 

Serrano Poncela. S., 1957-1960

 

Sierra Berdecia, Fernando, 1961

 

Sigurdsson, Halldor -brother of Bella Zagarella-, 1963

 

Silone, Ignazio, 1958-1962

 

El Socialista, Paris, 1949-1952

 

Sociedades Hispanas Confederadas. See Gonzales Malo, Jesus and BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Obituaries

 

Solano, Wilebaldo, 1947-1965

 

Solari, Juan Antonio, 1962-1965

 

Soto, Osvaldo N., 1967-1968

 

Souchy, Augustin, n.d.

 

Souvarine, Boris, 1930-1965. See also SUBJECT FILE, Unamuno, Miguel de

 

Spanish Communist Party. Executive Committee, 1926

 

Spanish Refugee Aid, Inc., N.Y., 1954-1973. See also Casals, Pablo

 

Stuart, Jozefa, 1961

 

Sudamericana S.A., Buenos Aires, 1949-1966

 

Sunol, Julio C., 1958-1961

Box 11

Tambone, Natalia and Peter, 1966

 

Tarradellas, Josep, 1960-1971

 

Tasca, Angelo, 1934

 

Tegnell, Geoffrey G., 1971-1972

 

Teide, Barcelona, 1960

 

Tellez, Hernando, 1953-1957

 

Thomas, Hugh, 1961-1963

 

Thomas, Norman. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary and Scales, Junius

 

Tierno Galvan, Enrique; Llorens, Vicente; Gonzalez Lopez, Emilio, 1962

 

Toller, Ernst, 1932

 

Torre, Guillermo de, 1959

 

Torres, J. Eddy, 1958

 

Le Travail, Geneva, 1934

 

Trejos, Raul F., 1954-1961

 

Trilla, Gabriel Leon, 1925

 

Trotsky, Leon. See SUBJECT FILE, Trotsky, Leon

 

Truman, Harry S., 1951-1953

 

Tuso, Tomas, 1947-1973

 

United Nations Organizations, N.Y., 1947-1972

 

Uslar Pietri, Arturo, 1958. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Utges, See BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Vaquero, Carmen and Eloy, 1958-1960

 

Vasconcelas, Jose, 1959. See also SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Vega, Jose de la ( Temas, N.Y.), 1952-1971. See also Portas, Rafael E.

 

Vela, David. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Velazquez, Juan Luis, 1962

 

Veltrusky, Jiri (Paul Barton), 1955

 

Venegas, Filando, Pascual. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Verissimo, Erico (Pan American Union, W.,D.C.), 1956-1958

 

Vidal Rimont, E., 1969

 

Vieira, Alexandre, 1928-1960

 

Viladrich, Alberto, 1956-1972

 

Villar, Manuel -husband of Benigna Galvez-, 1958-1960

 

Villeda Morales, Ramon, 1956-1957

 

Volio Jimenez, Fernando, 1962-1964

 

Volman, Sacha (Institute of International Labor Research, Inc., N.Y.), 1960-1965

 

Wagner, Robert F., 1958

 

Wellington Sears Company, N.Y., 1949

 

Wolfe, Bertram and Ella, 1934-1969. See also SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Yusti, Roberto. See SUBJECT FILE, Hungary

 

Zagarella, Bella -sister of Halldor Sigurds-son-, 1963

 

Zamora A., 1932

 

Zulueta Greenbaum, Carmen de, 1963-1964. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Condolences sent to JM

 

Zwirn, Jacques, 1969

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1918-1973

Box 11

Pre-1948

 

Untitled, n.d. Handwritten notes on the Acts of the Baleares

 

"El actual momento politico" (The present political moment). Handwritten copy of an article published in Bohemia, September 14, 1933

 

"La actual revolucion espanola" (the present Spanish revolution), n.d. Newspapers accounts of a speech, Ateneo of Madrid

 

"La actual situacion politica" (The present political situation), n.d. Handwritten copy of a speech, Ateneo of Madrid

 

"Adonde va el partido socialista?" (Where is the socialist party going?), n.d. Handwritten copy of an article

 

"Alianza Obrera" (Workers' alliance), n.d. Handwritten copy of an article

 

"Alianza Obrera Antifascista" (Antifascist workers' alliance). Handwritten copy of an article published in Mataro, Aug. 2, 1933

 

"Alianza Obrera contr el Fascismo" (Workers' alliance against fascism). Handwritten copy of an article published in Bohemia, July 28, 1933

 

"Amerique Latine" (Latin America), 1930-1931. 10 typewritten articles on various Latin American countries

 

"El Arte y la Revolucion" (Art and revolution), Jan. 25, 1933. Handwritten copy of an article

 

"Azana: ida y vuelta" (Azana: back and forth), June 18, 1933. Handwritten copy of a speech, Barcelona

 

"Bajo la Dictadura de Primo de Rivera. El Terror Blanco en Espana" (Under the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera. White terror in Spain), Nov. 1928. Four typewritten copies of an essay of 12p.

 

"La Batalla" (The battle), Sept. 22, 1932. Handwritten outline for a speech, premises of the B.O.C.

 

"El Bloque Obrero y Campesino. Origines - Tactica - Perspectivas" (The workers and peasants' bloc. Origins - Tactics - Perspectives), Feb. 7, 1932. Typewritten copy of an essay of 29 p.

 

"El Bloque Obrero y Campesino", Sept. 1, 1934. Typewritten copy of an essay of 44 p.

 

El Bloque Obrero y Campesino, n.d. Handwritten notes

 

"Carlo Marx y el socialismo cientifico" (Karl Marx and scientific socialism), n.d. Typewritten copy of an essay of 13 p.

 

"Cartas de Paris" (Letters from Paris), 1928. 42 typewritten weekly articles written in Paris and published in El Pais, Lerida. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Sarradell, Enrique

 

"Chronique des revues latino-americaines" (Chronicle of Latin American magazines), Oct. 26, 1929. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"La classe ouvriere contre le fascisme. Les Staliniens ont du accepter le front unique" (The working class against fascism. The Stalinists have had to accept the popular front), Sept. 1934. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"El comunismo en Espana" (Communism in Spain), n.d. Handwritten copy of an essay

 

"Controversia Maurin-Campalans" (Controversy Maurin-Campalans), Oct. 16, 1932. Handwritten notes

 

"La crisis mundial del capitalismo" (The world crisis of capitalism), March 4, 1932. Newspapers accounts of a speech, Ateneo Obrero, Turon

 

"La Critica del Programa del Gotha" (The Critique of the Gotha Program), May 1, 1936. Typewritten copy of an article

Box 12

"La decadencia intelectual de la burguesia espanola" (The intellectual decadence of the Spanish bourgeoisie), April (?) 1926. One printed copy of an article; two typewritten copies in Spanish and two in French; one handwritten draft in Spanish

 

"Despues del fallo del Tribunal de Garantias contra la ley de contractos de cultivos" (After the sentence of the tribunal of guarantees against the cultivation laws), n.d. Handwritten copy of a speech, Ateneo Enciclopedico Popular, Barcelona

 

"Deux gouvernements en Espagne" (Two governments in Spain). Typewritten copy of an article published in Folkets Dagblad, July 1934

 

"Diaz Miron", n.d. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Dictadura de la propriedad agraria" (Dictatorship of the landed property), n.d. Handwritten draft of a chapter for a book

 

"La diferenciacion ideologica dentro de la Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo. Ante una maniobra de los Anarcosindicalistas" (Ideological differences within the national labor federation. Before a maneuver of the anarchosindicalists), Feb. 1926. Printed copy of an article

 

"Dostoievsky: La Casa de los Muertes" (Dostoievsky: The House of the Dead), n.d. Handwritten copy of an essay

 

En las Prisiones de Franco (In the prisons of Franco), written in prison in 1943 and published May 5, 1974.

 

Prologue by German Arciniegas, May 1973. Three typewritten copies

 

One bound typewritten copy of the manuscript, under the original title of Los Siete Circulos (The seven circles)

 

Three typewritten drafts of the manuscript

Box 13

One typewritten draft of the manuscript

 

Typewritten and handwritten copy of the beginning of the first chapter, in French

 

"El entierro de Pablo Iglesias" (The funeral of Pablo Iglesias), Dec. (?) 1925. One printed copy of an article

 

"Espagne" (Spain), series of typewritten articles written in Paris and published in Le Monde

 

January-May 1929

Physical Description: (60 articles)
 

June-December 1929

Physical Description: (87 articles)
 

January-June 1930

Physical Description: (63 articles)
 

"El espiritu del sindicalismo" (The spirit of trade-unionism), Jan. 16, 1920. Notes and handwritten copy of a speech, premises of the Sindicato Unico de Trabajadores, Huesca

 

"Les evenements de l'Amerique Latine" (The events of Latin America), Nov. 8, 1930. One typewritten copy of an article published in Le Monde

 

"Les evenements du Mexique" (The events of Mexico), 1930? One printed copy of an article published in Le Monde

 

"Fascismo y Comunismo" (Fascism and communism), Feb. 24, 1932. Handwritten copy of an article published in La Fuelguera, including research notes

 

"Formacion historica del Estado espanol" (Historical formation of the Spanish state), Jan. 1926. One printed copy of an article published in three parts and one handwritten draft

 

El Fracaso del Anarco-Sindicalismo. La crisis de la C.N.T. (The collapse of anarcho-syndicalism. The crisis of the C.N.T.), 1932? One printed copy of an essay of 48 p. published by J. Horta, Barcelona

 

"El fracaso del sindicalismo reformista" (The collapse of reformist trade-unionism), n.d. One printed copy of an article

 

"Gabriela Mistral", n.d. Two typewritten articles on Gabriela Mistral, one in Spanish and one in French

Box 14

Hacia la Segunda Revolucion (Until the second revolution), 1935.

 

One handwritten copy of the manuscript

 

One typewritten copy of the first chapter

 

One typewritten copy of the second chapter

 

One typewritten copy of the third chapter

 

Various material related to the Spanish edition of 1935 (promotion, reviews, law-suits, correspondence)

 

Various material related to the French edition of 1937 -under the title Revolution et Contre-Revolution en Espagne (Revolution and counter-revolution in Spain), promotion, reviews, correspondence between Mrs. Maurin and the publisher

 

For the Spanish edition of 1966 under the title Revolucion y Contrarrevolucion en Espana, see Post-1948, Revolucion y Contrarrevolucion en Espana

 

Los Hombres de la Dictadura (The men of the dictatorship), 1930

 

Two typewritten copies of the prolog

 

Two typewritten copies of the first chapter on Sanchez Guerra

 

Two typewritten copies of the second chapter on Cambo

Box 15

Two typewritten copies of the third chapter on Pablo Iglesias-Largo Caballero

 

Two typewritten copies of the fourth chapter on Lerroux-Melquiades Alvarez

 

Reviews

 

"Los ideales sociales y la universidad popular" (Social ideas and university for the workers), n.d. Typewritten copy of an essay of 10 p.

 

"Importancia de las huelgas politicas en periodo revolucionario" (Importance of political strikes in a revolutionary period). Printed copy of an article published in La Batalla, March 31, 1934

 

Impressions of Maurin's trip to the Soviet Union. Printed copy of three speeches given at the Ateneo Enciclopedico Popular of Barcelona and published in El Diluvio along with reviews, April 28, May 5 and 11, 1922

 

Interviews given by Maurin in the early 30s on Spanish politics and on Trotsky

 

"Joaquin Costa y el problema de la agricultura espanola" (Joaquin Costa and the problem of Spanish agriculture), n.d. Handwritten copy of an outline for an article

 

"Jose Ortega y Gasset y la Dictadura" (Jose Ortega y Gasset and the dictatorship), n.d. Printed copy of an article published in Le Monde

 

"Lassalle", June 1933. Two handwritten copies and one handwritten draft of an essay of 16 p.

 

"Lettre d'Espagne. Ou va l'Espagne?" (Letter from Spain. Where is Spain going?), 1934. Typewritten copy of an article

 

Lenin, Nov. 1931. Typewritten copy of an essay on Lenin

 

"Leninismo y trotskismo" (Leninism and trotskysm), April 1933. Typewritten and handwritten notes

 

"La liberation des peuples d'Amerique latine" (The liberation of the people of Latin America), May 23, 1928. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Madrid-Barcelona", Sept. 1930-April 1931. Series of 23 typewritten articles

 

"Marxismo" (Marxism), Sept. 21, 1932. Handwritten copy of an outline for a speech, Escuela del Trabajo, Barcelona

 

"Marxismo y leninismo" (Marxism and leninism), n.d. Handwritten copy of an article

 

"El movimiento obrero de America Latina delante del proximo Congreso de Monte-video" (The labor movement of Latin America before the next Congress of Montevideo), n.d. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"El movimiento obrero en Cataluna" (The labor movement in Catalonia), 1934. Typewritten copy of an article published in Folkets Dagblad

 

"El movimiento obrero espanol" (The Spanish labor movement), April 14, 1935. Handwritten copy of an article as well as handwritten research notes

 

"El mundo a la deriva" (The world adrift), 1933. Handwritten notes

 

"Le Nicaragua contre l'aggression des Etats-Unis. Sandino lutte pour la liberte" (Nicaragua against United States' aggression. Sandino fights for freedom), June 30, 1928. Typewritten copy of an article

 

Notes, 1920s and 1930s

 

While Deputy to the Cortes, 1936

 

Germany

 

Great Britain

 

International politics and marxism

 

Socialism

 

Soviet Union

 

Spain

 

Miscellaneous

Box 16

"Le nouveau cours de la revolution espagnole" (The new course of the Spanish revolution), 1936. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Pablo Iglesias y el movimiento obrero espanol" (Pablo Iglesias and the Spanish labor movement), Dec. 10, 1928. Two typewritten copies of an article, one in Spanish, one in French

 

"El Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista" (Workers' party of marxist unification), n.d. Handwritten copy of an analysis of 59 p.

 

"Perspectives du travail en Espagne pour l'Internationale" (Work perspectives in Spain for the Communist International), Nov. 12, 1928. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Podria la monarquia ser restaurada en Espana?" (Could the monarchy be restored in Spain?), n.d. Handwritten outline and notes

 

"Por que somos Republicanos" (Why we are Republicans), April 18, 1918. Handwritten copy of a speech

 

"Portugal. La crise de la dictature fasciste" (Portugal. The crisis of the fascist dictatorship), Jan. 23, 1931. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Portugal. Interview de Bernardino Machado, ancien president de la Republique" (Portugal. Interview of Bernardino Machado, former president of the Republic), n.d. Typewritten copy of an interview

 

"El problema agrario en Cataluna" (The agrarian problem in Catalonia), 1934 (?) Handwritten copy of an outline

 

"Puede tomar el poder la clase trabajadora espanola?" (Can the Spanish working class seize power?), n.d. Handwritten copy of an essay

 

Quotes and book references

 

"Religion y materialismo historico" (Religion and historical materialism), n.d. Handwritten notes

 

Review of Luis Araquistain: La Agonia Antillana, n.d. Typewritten copy

 

Review of E. Gimenez Caballero: Yo Inspector de Alcantarillas, n.d. Typewritten copy

 

Review of Julian Gorkin: Claudio, 1929. Typewritten copy

 

Review of Guia de Portugal (Guide to Portugal), n.d. Typewritten copy

 

Review of Victor Raul Haya de la Torre: Por la emancipacion de America Latina, 1927. Typewritten copy

 

Review of E. Ortega y Gasset: L'Espagne enchainee. La verite sur la dictature, n.d. Typewritten copy

 

La Revolucion Espanola. De la Monarquia Absoluta a la Revolucion Socialista (The Spanish revolution. From absolute monarchy to the socialist revolution), 1932. Typewritten outline of the book; correspondence with the publisher; reviews

 

"La revolucion mejicana y la literatura" (The Mexican revolution and literature), n.d. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"La revolucion y la contrarrevolucion en Espana" (The revolution and the counter-revolution in Spain), Jan. 1934. Two typewritten copies of an article

 

"La revolution a un tournant" (the revolution at a turning point), June 6, 1934. Typewritten copy of an article published in Folkets Dagblad

 

"La revolution en Espagne. A la veille de grands combats" (The revolution in Spain. On the eve of big battles), 1934. Two typewritten copies of an article

 

"La revolution espagnole" (The Spanish revolution), May 1932. Two printed copies of an article published in Europe and one typewritten copy (in French); one handwritten copy (in Spanish)

 

"La revolution et la contre-revolution en Espagne" (The revolution and the counter-revolution in Spain), May 1934. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"La revolution mexicaine" (The Mexican revolution), March 5, 1929. Typewritten copy of an article published in Le Monde

 

"Le Roman et la Revolution Mexicaine" (The novel and the Mexican revolution), Sept. 14, 1928. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Sanchez Guerra - Primo de Rivera", n.d. Handwritten copy of an essay and many research notes

 

"Sandino en Nicaragua" (Sandino in Nicaragua), July 24, 1928. Typewritten copy of an article

 

Semana Roja (red week), n.d. Handwritten copy of an essay of 82 p. on the events of 1909 and two typewritten copies of the first chapter

 

"La situation critique du gouvernement Lerroux" (The critical situation of the Lerroux government), Feb. 1935. Typewritten copy of an article published in Folkets Dagblad

 

"La situcacion de la clase obrera y los sindicatos" (The situation of the working class and the trade-unions -in the Soviet Union), 1927(?) Typewritten copy of an essay of 25 p.

 

"Socialisme i Anarquisme. L'anaquisme no es revolucionari" (Socialism and anarchism. Anarchism is not revolutionary), Aug. 25, 1928. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Socialismo" (Socialism), n.d. Handwritten copy of an essay of 13 p.

 

"Socialismo y anarquismo. El proletariado catalan no es anarquista" (Socialism and anarchism. The Catalan proletariat is not anarchist), n.d. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Los Soviets y los tesoros artisticos" (The Soviets and art treasures), Nov. 4, 1928. Typewritten copy of an article

Box 17

Speeches delivered in various popular meeting halls on the subject of Spanish politics in the 1930s

 

Announcements

 

Newspaper accounts

 

Speeches delivered in the Cortes

 

Undated. Handwritten copy

 

April 15, 1936. Printed copy from the parliamentary record, as well as newspaper accounts

 

June 16, 1936. Printed copy from the parliamentary record, as well as newspaper accounts

 

July 8, 1936. Account in La Batalla

 

"Sur le travail de l'I.T.E. au Mexique" (On the work of the I.T.E. -Teachers' International, section of the Profintern- in Mexico), Nov. 12, 1928. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Le syndicalisme revolutionnaire a la lumiere de la revolution russe" (Revolutionary trade-unionism in light of of the Russian revolution), May 20, 1922. Printed copy of an article published in La Lutte de Classes, pp. 8-9

 

"Une tentative de coup d'etat en Espagne" (A coup-d'etat attempt in Spain), 1932. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Tesis sobre la democracia burguesa y la dictadura proletaria" (Thesis on the bourgeois democracy and the proletarian dictatorship), n.d. Typewritten copy of an article of 15 p.

 

"En torno del ultimo congreso de la Union General de Trabajadores" (Around the last congress of the general union of workers), Sept. 22, 1928. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"La unidad internacional del proletariado" (The international unity of the proletariat), 1934. Printed copy of an essay published in Leviatan, pp. 7-14

 

"La utilizacion revolucionaria del Parlamento" (The revolutionary use of the parliament), n.d. Printed copy of an article published in La Batalla

 

"Valle-Inclan", June 26, 1928. Typewritten copy of an article

 

Post-1948

 

Untitled (on Costa Rica), n.d. Typewritten copy of an article

 

Untitled (on leadership in the Kremlin), Dec. 1966. Typewritten copy of an essay of 9 p.

 

"La agonia del regimen franquista" (The agony of Franco's regime), n.d. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Andres Nin, asesinado solo una vez" (Andres Nin, assassinated only once), April 10, 1950. Typewritten copy of an article published in El Socialista, May 11, 1950

 

"Ascenso y descenso del regimen franquista" (Ascent and descent of Franco's regime). Printed copy of an article published in CNT, July 1956)

 

"La barbarie del regimen franquista" (The barbarity of Franco's regime), n.d. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Caera o no caera Franco?" (Will Franco fall or not fall?) Printed copy of an article published in Revista de America, June 11, 1949

 

"El comunismo en Centroamerica" (Communism in Central America), n.d. Two typewritten copies of an article

 

"Con Viladrich y Baroja" (With Viladrich and Baroja), 1971. Seven typewritten copies of a feature article; two handwritten drafts; handwritten notes and correspondence

 

"Costa Rica y su presidente Figueres" (Costa Rica and its president Figueres). Typewritten copy and printed copy of an article published in La Republica, March 9, 1955

 

Course on labor union history, n.d. Handwritten copy of an outline

 

Course on political doctrines given at the Institute of Political Education in San Jose, Costa Rica, Sept. 15-27, 1961. Handwritten copy of the course and typewritten copy of the outline; correspondence (including Maurin's report on the Institute)

 

"Cuba: Democracia y Comunismo" (Cuba: democracy and communism), n.d. Four typewritten copies of an article, two in Spanish and two in French

 

"Declaraciones de Aguirre, Presidente del Gobierno Autonomo Vasco" (Declarations of Aguirre, President of the autonomous Basque government), March 5, 1950. Two typewritten copies of an article, one in Spanish and one in French

 

"Don Quijote Unamuno". Four typewritten copies of an essay, two in Spanish and two in French, including Maurin's answer to Guillermo de Torre's review of the article

 

"El dramatico problema de Puerto Rico". See CORRESPONDENCE, Munoz Marin, Luis

 

"El espectro de Stalin" (The ghost of Stalin), Feb. 1963. Typewritten copy of an essay of 15 p.; one handwritten copy of the draft and research notes

 

"Fernando de los Rios", June 1949. One typewritten copy and three printed copies of an article published in Espana Libre, El Nacional and El Socialista

 

"Figueres y la cuestion religiosa" (Figueres and the religious question), n.d. One typewritten copy of the beginning of an article

 

"El final del largo tunel" (The end of the long tunnel). Two printed copies of an article published in Espana Libre, March 2, 1962

 

"Franco-1950", Jan. 18, 1950. Typewritten copy of an article (in Spanish)

 

"Franco y los comunistas" (Franco and the communists). Printed copy of an article published in Indice, Oct.-Nov. 1949

 

"Franco-Stalin or the Spanish problem", 1949. Six typewritten copies of an article, two in English and four in Spanish

Box 18

"Hombres e Historia" (Men and history). Series of typewritten and printed articles published by CNT and other newspapers

 

"A manera de prologo" (By way of prologue), 1960

 

"El II Congreso de la CNT" (The second congress of the CNT), April 1960

 

"La Derrota" (The rout), May-June 60

 

"Terror y Contra-terror" (Terror and counter-terror), July 1960

 

"La CNT y la III Internacional" (The CNT and the Communist International), Nov. 1960

 

"De Espana a Moscu sin pasaporte" (From Spain to Moscow without a passport), Oct. 1961

 

"De Paris a Berlin sin pasaporte" (From Paris to Berlin without a passport), Feb. 1962

 

"Berlin: 1921", June 1963

 

Related material (correspondence with editors and notes)

 

"John F. Kennedy en el pedestal de la historia" (John F. Kennedy on the pedestal of history), July 1964. Two typewritten copies of an essay of 27p.

 

"Karl Marx y New York Tribune" (Karl Marx and the New York Tribune), n.d. Typewritten copy of an article

 

Letter to the editor of the New York Times, 1955(?) (on Costa Rica)

 

Letters to the editor of El Diario de Nueva York

 

July 14, 1951 (on the series of articles by Jaume Miravittles)

 

Jan. 13, 1955 (on Costa Rica)

 

"El movimiento obrero en Estados Unidos. John J. Lewis como lider" (The labor movement in the United States. John J. Lewis as leader), March 11, 1950. One typewritten copy and two printed copies of an article published in El Socialista, April 13, 1950

 

"Nada menos que todo un hombre" (Nothing less than a total man -Federico de Onis), n.d. Two printed copies of an article

 

Notes (on various American authors; quotes from books, etc.)

 

"Origines, Vida y Agonia del regimen franquista" (Origins, life and agony of Franco's regime), n.d. Five typewritten copies of an article, three in Spanish and two in French

 

"El quijotesco Don Miguel de Unamuno" (The "quijotesco" Don Miguel de Unamuno), Dec. 20, 1951. Printed copy of an article published in El Socialista

 

"Ramon Sender. Escritor quijotesco" (Ramon Sender. "Quijotesco" writer), n.d. Typewritten copy of an article

 

"Requiem por Don Federico de Onis. El Espanol, Segundo Idioma Mundial" (Requiem for Don Federico de Onis. Spanish, the world's second language), 1966. Handwritten notes; two typewritten copies and two printed copies of an article published in La Opinion and in Diario Las Americas

 

Review of Hugh Thomas: The Spanish Civil War, July 21, 1961. One typewritten copy and two printed copies of the review published in Espana Libre

 

Revolucion y Contrarrevolucion en Espana (Revolution and counter-revolution in Spain), 1966. Second Spanish edition of Hacia la Segunda Revolucion, published in its original form except for the following additional sections

 

Preliminary note, Dec. 1965. Two typewritten copies

 

Introduction, 1965. Handwritten preliminary draft and notes

 

Epilogue, Dec. 1965. Two typewritten copies and one handwritten draft

 

Apendix: "Sobre el comunismo en Espana" (On communism in Spain), 1964. Six typewritten copies, five in Spanish and one in French

 

Reviews

Box 19

"Revolucion y contrarrevolucion en la Rusia Sovietica" (Revolution and counter-revolution in the Soviet Union). Series of three speeches given at the Graduate School of Public Administration, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 19, 21 and 23, 1962. Handwritten copy of the outline for the speeches, as well as newspaper accounts and correspondence with the Graduate School

 

"Romulo Gallegos". Printed copy of an article published in El Socialista, May 22, 1952 (in Spanish)

 

"Somoza vs. Figueres", 1955(?) Typewritten copy of an article (in Spanish)

 

"Sostienen a Franco los Estados Unidos?" (Is the United States supporting Franco?), Aug. 31, 1949. Two type-written copies and one printed copy of an article published in El Socialista, Sept. 15, 1949

 

"Tercera Republica Espanola" (Third Spanish Republic). Newspaper accounts of a speech given in new York, April 14, 1962, for the celebration of the 31st anniversary of the proclamation of the Republic

 

"Ulate vs. Figueres". Two printed copies of an article published in La Nacion, Dec. 12, 1954 and in El Universo, Dec. 25, 1954

 

"Will there be a Franco-Stalin pact?". Printed copy of an article published in The New Leader, July 9, 1949

 

AMERICAN LITERARY AGENCY, 1949-1973

 

Correspondence emanating either from Maurin himself or Ray Campbell, secretary of the Agency, dealing with the Agency's activities, clients, etc.

Box 19

1949-1962

 

1963-1968

 

1969-1973

 

Articles written by Maurin for the Agency

 

Under the pen name of Julio Antonio (Roy). See also Box 32

 

1949

Physical Description: (2 folders)
Box 20

1950

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

1951

 

1952

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

1953

 

1955

 

1956

Box 21

1957

 

1961

 

1962

 

1963

 

1964

 

1965

 

1966

 

Duplicates

 

Under the pen name of W. K. Mayo

 

1952

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

1953

Box 22

1955

 

1956

 

1957

 

1958

Box 23

1959

 

1960

 

1961

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

1961-1962. Articles published in Bohemia Libre

 

1962

 

1963

 

1964

 

1965

 

1966

 

1967

Box 24

1968

 

1969

 

1970

 

1971

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

1972

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

1973

 

Duplicates

 

Under more than fifteen different pen names, 1954-1973

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1870-1973

Box 25

Aguado-Andreut, Salvador

 

AGUILAR, S.A. (catalogs)

 

A.I.T., Toulouse, 1960 (including a supplement on Spain)

 

Alba, Victor (review of his book on the history of the P.O.U.M.)

 

Andrade, Carrera

 

Andrade, Juan. See Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista

 

Antonio, Julio

 

Arciniegas, German. See Los Tiempos and SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, Pre-1948, En las Prisiones de Franco, Prologue

 

Asturias, Miguel Angel

 

Austria, 1934

 

Azana Diaz, Manuel

 

Babel, Isaak

 

Bagaria, Luis

 

Baroja, Pio and Ricardo

 

Barwich, Heinz

 

Bateman, Don: Joaquin Maurin. Life and Death of a Spanish Revolutionary. See BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Biographical data

 

Berlin (statement to be forwarded to Mayor Willy Brandt)

 

Bloque Obrero y Campesino (B.O.C.). See also Miravittles, Jaume and BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and Naturalization process, Documents submitted

 

General, 1932-1933 (corespondence, news-letters, clippings)

 

Position on the problem of the "Rabassaires"

 

Meeting, June 10, 1932 (Maurin's hand-written account)

 

Congress, June 23-25, 1933 (report of the Executive Committee and material relating to the organization of the congress, including writings of Maurin

 

Congress, April 14-15, 1934 (report of the Executive Committee, minutes and related material

 

Report of the Executive Committee on the October Insurrection, Nov. 1934

 

Bowers, Claude

 

Bunuel, Luis

 

Calvet, Jose. See Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista

 

Campalans, Rafael (correspondence and clippings on his controversy with Maurin in 1932)

 

El Campesino (Valentin Gonzalez)

 

Camus, Albert. See Hungary

 

Carrion, Benjamin

 

Casals, Pablo

 

Castro, Fidel

 

Centro de Documentacion y de Estudios, Paris: Boletin Informativo, 1960 and 1963

 

China (mostly printed material on the 1960s)

 

Cohn-Bendit, Daniel. See Federal Republic of Germany

 

Colberg, Severo E.

 

Colombia, 1960s(?)

 

Colomer Nadal, Victor

 

Comunas (Comunas Revolucionarias de Accion Socialista, CRAS), 1972 and 1973

 

Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo, 1922-1973 (printed matter and clippings)

 

Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, July 1955

 

Congress of the International Association of the Hague, 1872

 

Costa Rica. See also Figueres, Jose and SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, Post-1948, Letters to the editor

 

General. See also United Fruit Company

 

"Invasion" of 1955. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Trejos, Raul

 

Permanent Mission to the United Nations

Box 26

Crouch, Paul

 

De Leon, Daniel

 

Eisenhower, Dwight D.

 

Europe, 1947

 

Federal Republic of Germany, 1960s

 

Ferrater Mora, Jose

 

Ferrer Guardia, Francisco. See also Spain, Anticlericalism

 

Figueres, Jose. See also Costa Rica and United Fruit Company

 

Fortas, Abe (The Fortas Case). See United States

 

Fleta, Miguel

 

France, 1933-1969

 

Frank, Waldo

 

French Morocco. Codman, Charles R.: "French Morocco: Torch Plus Ten", n.d. Printed copy

 

Garcia Quejido, Antonio. See Spain, Labor movement

 

Genet, Jean

 

George, Andre: "Progres technique et progres moral", n.d. Printed copy

 

Germany, 1920s and 1930s

 

Gibraltar, 1953 and 1966

 

Gomez de la Serna, Ramon

 

Gonzalez Viquez, Cleto

 

Gorkin, Julian

 

Gramsci, Antonio

 

Great Britain, 1954-1955

 

Hassan II of Morocco

 

Hillman, Sidney

 

Hungary (Manifesto of Western hemisphere artists and intellectuals protesting the Soviet aggression), 1956. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Cuadernos, Nov. 13, 1957

 

Iberica, N.Y., 1966

 

Iglesias, Ignacio. See SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, Post-1948, Revolucion y Contrarrevolucion en Espana, Reviews

 

Les Informations Politiques et Sociales, Paris, 1961

 

Institute of Political Education, Costa Rica (report by Kenneth Haygood, C. Neale Ronning and John P. Roche, 1961 ). See also SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, Post-1948, Course given at the Institute

 

International Red Sindicate, 4th Congress, 1928

 

International Rescue Committee, N.Y., 1959

 

Italy, 1969

 

Jacinto Benavente, D.

 

Juntas de Ofensiva Nacional-Sindicalista (J.O.N.-S.)

 

Just, Julio

 

Khrushev, Nikita S.

 

Largo Caballero, Francisco

 

General, 1942

 

"Que se puede hacer?", 1940. Printed copy

 

Latin America, 1968. See also Ugarte, Manuel

 

Lazitch, Branco: "Le martyrologe du Comintern", 1955. Printed copy

 

Lenin, Vladimir Ill'ich

 

Lincoln, Abraham (poetic essay by Jean Aristeguieta)

Box 27

Machado, Antonio

 

Madariaga, Salvador de. See also Spain, Basque nationalism and United States, Articles in the foreign press, 1929

 

Mailer, Norman

 

Manana, Paris, Oct. 1966 (supplement on Spain)

 

Maurin, Jeanne

 

General

 

Correspondence regarding efforts to free Maurin from prison

 

Unidentified, 1937

 

Government officials of the Spanish Republic and of Catalonia, 1937-1938 (including Diego Martinez Barrio, Indalecio Prieto, Juan Negrin, Luis Companys)

 

Hoglund, Ewald, 1937

 

Iglesias, Joaquin and Ramon, 1937-38

 

Independent Labour Party, 1937-1940 (including John McNair, A. Fenner Brockway)

 

International Red Cross, Geneva, 1937-1939

 

Ligue Francaise pour la Defense des Droits de l'Homme et du Citoyen, 1937

 

Marsman, P., 1937

 

Mrs. Mulle, 1937

 

Nilson, Hilmer, 1937

 

Nin, Andres, 1936

 

Ponzan, Pilar, 1938-1939

 

Rebull, Daniel, 1937

 

Miravittles, Jaume. See also Costa Rica and SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, Post-1948, Revolucion y Contrarrevolucion en Espana, Reviews

 

Miro, Gabriel

 

Mistral, Gabriela. See also Hungary

 

Morazan, Francisco

 

Mundo del Trabajo Libre (Confederacion Internacional de Organizaciones Sindicales Libres, Brussels), Nov. 1975

 

Nehru, Jawaharlal

 

The New Leader, N.Y., 1965 and 1967

 

Nin, Andres

 

General

 

Solano, Wilebaldo: The Life of Andres Nin n.d. Printed copy of a booklet of 23p.

 

La Nueva Era, Barcelona, Oct. 1930. See also Apendix to register

 

Onis, Federico de

 

Ortega y Gasset, Jose

 

Orwell, George

 

Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista (P.O.U.M.). See also Alba, Victor; Orwell, George and CORRESPONDENCE, P.O.U.M.

 

General, 1947-1971 (mostly newsletters by the Executive Committee and correspondence between members)

 

Letter of Maurin to Joan Rocabert, dated Oct. 11, 1971, stating his position on the party and his political beliefs in general

 

Meeting, Jan. 5, 1936 (newspaper accounts)

 

Printed material, 1936-1947

 

Paul y Angulo, Jose

 

Perez Solis, Oscar. See also Spain, Communism

 

Perezagua, Facundo

 

Pestana, Angel. See Spain, Politics, 1930s

 

Portugal. "Comment les Communistes ont Essaye de s'Emparer du Pouvoir au Portugal" (supplement of Est-Ouest), 1975

 

Puerto Rico

 

Replica, Puerto Rico, 1973

 

Rio, Angel de

 

General

 

"The Equivoco of Don Quixote", 1962. Printed copy of an essay

 

Rios, Fernando de los. See United States, Articles in the foreign press, 1929

 

Robles, Amadeo. See Partido Obrero de Unificacion Marxista

 

Robleto, Hernan

 

Rosarios, Ottocar

 

Salvochea y Alvarez, Fermin

 

Scales, Junius (petition for), 1961

 

Sedov, Leon (letter to Jeanne Maurin, dated March 2, 1937 )

 

Sender, Ramon J. See also Bowers, Claude and Weil, Simone

 

Serge, Victor. See also Spain, Catalonia, May Events and BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Articles on Maurin

 

Sierra Berdecia, Fernando

 

Socialism

 

Europe (post-war)

 

United States (post-war)

 

Newspaper reprints of photographs or sketches of famous socialist leaders of different countries

 

Solari, Juan Antonio

 

Souvarine, Boris. See also CORRESPONDENCE, Araquistain, Luis

 

Soviet Union, 1933-1963. See also Babel, Isaak

 

Space exploration

Box 28

Spain

 

General

 

The agrarian question

 

Malefakis, Edward E.: "The Agrarian Problem and the Republic". Type-written copy of a talk delivered at the AHA Convention, 1966

 

Minlos, L. V.: "Hombres sin tierras, tierras sin hombres", n.d. Printed copy

 

Anticlericalism - The "Semana Tragica", 1909. See also Ferrer Guardia, Francisco and CORRESPONDENCE, Connelly Ullman, Joan

 

Asturias rebellion, Oct. 1934

 

Basque nationalism

 

Catalonia

 

General

 

Anarchism, 1911 (album of photographs and names of anarchists, Barcelona)

 

Autonomy statute, 1931

 

Elections

 

1932

 

1936

 

First Workers Congress, Barcelona, 1870 (article on)

 

May Events of Barcelona, 1937

 

Socialist movement of Catalonia. Manifesto, 1972

 

Civil war (bibliography)

 

Communism. See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Visa and Naturalization process, Documents submitted and CORRESPONDENCE, Portela, Luis

 

Constitution, 1931

 

Economy, 1930s

 

Franco's Spain

 

General

 

Articles by

 

Theodore White

 

James K. Williams

 

Government in exile in Mexico. See CORRESPONDENCE, Just, Julio

 

History

 

General

 

1st of May celebrations, 19th and 20th centuries

 

Labor movement

 

General

 

Strikes

 

Literature (bibliography)

 

Politics, 1930s

 

Refugees of the civil war

 

Socialist party. See CORRESPONDENCE, Grossi-Mier, Manuel

 

Tourism

 

Spanish Sahara, 1969

 

Stassen, Harold

 

Stevenson, Adlai

 

Thomas, Hugh

 

Thomas, Norman. See also Socialism, United States and Scales, Junius

 

Los Tiempos, Bolivia, 1969

 

Torralva Beci, Eduardo

 

Trotsky, Leon (including an original hand-written letter to the P.O.U.M., Oct. 1936, expressing his grief over the announcement of Maurin's presumed death)

 

Truman, Harry S.

 

Ugarte, Manuel

 

Unamuno, Miguel de

 

Union Socialista Espanola. Pamphlet, June 1960

 

United Fruit Company

 

United Nations, N.Y. (list of permanent missions and delegations to the United Nations, May 1954 )

 

United States

 

General

 

Articles in the foreign press, 1929

 

Economy

 

Labor movement. See Hillman, Sidney

 

New York

 

General. See also Mailer, Norman Harlem

 

Untermann, Ernest

 

Uslar Pietri, Arturo

 

Viladrich Vila, Miguel

 

Villeda Morales, Ramon

 

Voz Obrera (Accion Comunista), 1973

 

Ward, Barbara: "The silent revolution", n.d. Printed copy

 

Weil, Simone

 

World War, 1939-1945

 

Wright, Richard

 

Yale Alumni Fund 1952 Campaign

Box 29

Miscellanea

 

General

Physical Description: (2 folders)
 

"Estampas de la Revolucion Espanola, 19 Julio de 1936 " (31 reproductions of watercolors by the artist Sim, published by the Offices of Propaganda of the CNT-FAI)

 

Madrid, Barcelona, 1937 (pamphlet containing reproductions of photographs of the bombing of Madrid)

 

NEWSPAPERS, 1919-1976

Box 30

Accion Sindicalista, Valencia. 1922, Aug. 10, 18; Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27; Nov. 4, 11, 18, 23; Dec. 2, 9

 

El Amigo del Pueblo (Los Amigos de Durruti), Barcelona. 1937, July 20

 

La Antorcha (Partido Comunista de Espana), Madrid. 1924, Nov. 21, 28; Dec. 5, 12, 19, 26; 1925, Aug. 7, 28; Sept. 4, 11; Nov. 27; 1926, Jan. 22, 29

 

Avanti! (Partito Socialista Italiano), Paris. 1937, May 16

 

La Batalla. See Apendix to register

 

CNT (Confederacion Nacional del Trabajo), Mexico. July 1956 (two copies); May-June 60

 

El Comunista (Federacion Levantina del P.O.U.M.), Valencia. 1936, Sept. 12, 19, 26; Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24

 

Espana Libre (CNT-AIT), Toulouse. 1960, March; June; October

 

Espana Libre (Sociedades Hispanas Confederadas de los Estados Unidos), New York. 1962, Feb. 16; April 20; 1966, Jan.; 1968, March-April; 1976, March-April

 

Front (Joventut Comunista Iberica - P.O.U.M.), Sitges. 1936, Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

 

Le Journal de Barcelone, Paris, 1937, April 16, 30

 

Juventud Comunista (Joventut Comunista Iberica P.O.U.M.), Banos Nuevos. 1937, March 11, 18, 25; April 1; June 3

 

Lucha Obrera, Barcelona. 1923, Dec. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30; 1924, Jan. 1

Box 31

Lucha Social (Federacion Local Obrera), Lerida

 

1919, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25; Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22 (two copies), 29; Dec. 6, 14

 

1920, April 17, 24; May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; June 5, 12, 19, 26; July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31; Aug. 7, 14, 28 (two copies); Sept. 4, 11 (two copies), 18 (two copies), 25; Oct. 2, 9, 16 (two copies), 23 (two copies), 30; Nov. 6, 20, 27; Dec. 4, 11, 18, 25

 

1921, Jan. 1, 22, 29; Feb. 5, 12, 26; March 5, 12, 19; April 9, 30; May 7 (two copies), 14, 21 (two copies), 28; June 4, 11, 18, 25; July 2, 9, 15, 30; Aug. 6, 13; Sept. 3, 10, 17; Oct. 15, 22, 29; Nov. 12 (two copies), 19

 

1922, Feb. 11, 18, 25; March 4, 11, 25; April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; May 3, 6, 13, 20, 27; June 24; July 1, 15, 22, 29; Aug. 5, 19; Sept. 2; Oct. 14

 

Lucha Social, Barcelona. 1925, Jan. 8

 

Luz!!!, Barcelona. 1924, April 26; May 3

 

Mundo Obrero (Comision Politica del Partido Comunista Espanol), Madrid. 1963, Dec.

 

La Rivoluzione Spagnola (P.O.U.M.), Barcelona. 1937, April 1; May 1

 

El Socialista (Partido Socialista Obrero Espanol), Paris. 1949, Sept. 15; 1950, April 13; May 11; 1951, Dec. 20

 

Solidaridad Obrera (CNT-AIT), Barcelona. 1937, Feb. 4; Sept. 14

 

Solidaridad Obrera (CNT-AIT), Paris. 1960, Sept. 22

 

Treball (Partit Socialista Unificat de Catalunya), Barcelona. 1937, July 27

 

MEMORABILIA, 1950-1952

Box 32

on shelf

Two oversize scrapbooks containing printed copies of articles by Maurin published under his pen name of Julio Antonio (Roy), 1950-1952