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Boxes: 1-5

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1895-1971

Scope and Contents note

Biographical writings, memorabilia, correspondence, appointment calendars, and printed matter relating to the life of Herbert Hoover, arranged alphabetically by subject.
Mixed Materials 1

Address books, Typescript. n.d.

 

Appointment calendars, arranged chronologically.

 

Calendar for Typescript transcript and carbon copy. 1917.

 

Calendar for Typescript transcript and carbon copy. 1918.

 

Calendar for Typescript transcript and carbon copy. 1919-1920.

 

Dinner appointments and meal guests, Typescript and mimeographed copies. 1927-1932.

 

Calendar for Handwritten original, typescript transcript, carbon copy, and microfilm. 1929.

 

Calendar for Handwritten original, typescript transcript, carbon copy, and microfilm. 1930.

 

Calendar for Handwritten original, typescript transcript, carbon copy, and microfilm. 1931.

Mixed Materials 2

Calendar for Handwritten original, typescript transcript, carbon copy, and microfilm. 1932.

 

Calendar for Handwritten original, typescript transcript, carbon copy, and microfilm. 1933.

 

Itineraries, Typescript. 1935-1945.

 

Bibliographies, Printed and typescript copies. 1920-1968.

 

Biographical sketches, Printed and typescript copies with related correspondence. 1920-1957.

 

Birthday celebrations, Printed matter, typescripts, and clippings relating to the birthday celebrations for Hoover. 1928-1965.

Mixed Materials 3

Bookplates, Printed copies. n.d.

 

Calling cards, Printed copies. n.d.

 

Christmas cards, Printed copies. 1911-1962.

 

Christmas celebrations, Typescript and handwritten notes relating to the various Christmas celebrations of the Hoover family. 1958.

 

Club membership cards and passes, Printed copies. 1906-1960.

 

Death of Herbert Hoover.

 

Press reports of illness, Printed copies. 1963.

 

Press releases, Typescripts (carbon copies) and related correspondence. October 18-25, 1964.

 

Eulogies, Printed and typescript copies. 1964-1965.

 

Memorial services at Stanford Memorial Church, Printed and typescript materials relating to the services. 1964.

 

Driver's license, Printed copy. 1926.

 

Homes, Printed matter, typescripts, and telegrams relating to the various homes of the Hoover family. 1920-1971.

 

General.

 

Minthorn House, Newberg, Oregon.

 

Rapidan Camp.

 

Stanford University President's Home. See also Box 369 for San Francisco Chronicle photogravure, 1928.

Mixed Materials 4

Honors, Printed matter, typescripts, and handwritten notes relating to the recognition of Hoover's career of public service. 1918-1965.

 

General.

 

Degrees, honorary.

 

Hoover Day, Belgium. July 5, 1958,

 

Medals.

 

General.

 

Herbert Hoover Medal for Distinguished Service.

 

Schools named after Hoover.

 

Stamps.

 

Commemorative covers, 1965.

 

Commemorative postage stamp, 1965.

 

Marriage license, Certified copy with related printed matter, 1899. 1966.

Mixed Materials 5

Mining years, Printed matter, typescripts, and photocopies relating to Hoover's activities as a mining engineer. 1897-1965.

 

General.

 

Mining in Australia.

 

Mining in China.

 

General.

 

Chang-Yen Mao suit.

 

Correspondence.

 

Miscellany.

 

Portraits, Printed matter and typescript notes relating to portraits of Hoover. 1944-1966.

 

Signatures, Holographs and printed copies. n.d.

 

Stanford diploma, Original document in leather folder. 1895.

 

Stanford years, Printed matter and typescripts relating to Hoover's academic record and campus activities as a student at Stanford University. 1897-1966.

 

Stationery, Printed copies. 1931 and n.d.

 

Transatlantic passenger lists, Printed copies. 1906.

 

White House invitations, Printed copies. 1917.

 

White House passes and programs, Printed copies. 1931-1932.

Boxes: 6-9, 367

HOOVER-WILSON CORRESPONDENCE, 1914-1920

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence between Herbert Hoover and Woodrow Wilson, including letters sent and received from assistants and secretaries of each, arranged chronologically. Last names only are used in container list entries for Hoover, Wilson, and Joseph P. Tumulty (Secretary to the President). See also Box 367.
Mixed Materials 6

Miscellaneous subject index to letters (incomplete).

 

Drafts of letters, 1917-1919.

 

Wilson to Mr. and Mrs. Hoover. Appreciation for relief work in London. September 24, 1914,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks Hoover for documents sent via Edward M. House and commends him on relief work in Belgium. March 19, 1915,

 

Hoover to Wilson. German-American relations. May 1915,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks Hoover for letter and expresses admiration for his work as chairman of the Commission for the Relief of Belgium. September 20, 1915,

 

Wilson to Hoover. N.Y. Committee for C.R.B. November 3, 1915.

 

letter to Tumulty. Appreciation for J.B. White. November 17, 1915,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. January 26, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. January 27, 1917,

 

Hoover et al. to Wilson. Offer of services for a national relief organization. February 2, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommends national organization for relief activities. February 5, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. February 5, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. February 5, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. February 6, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. March 8, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. March 10, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Suggests making U.S. credit and Congressional appropriation available for relief. March 29, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Draft of cable supporting President. April 4, 1917,

 

Wilson to William H. Kemp. Letter (typed copy), 1 p. Sends thanks for letter of May 3rd; is grateful for assurance of cooperation from Kemp and his Board of Managers of New York Produce Exchange. May 4, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. Concerning Judge T.T. Ansberry. May 24, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. May 28, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for $10,000 for preparatory work. May 29, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Suggestions for Lever Bill. May 31, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. May 31, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. May 31, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 2, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 4, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 8, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing memoranda on legislation, organization of commodity controls, voluntary conservation, and recommendations of technical experts. June 12, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Approves of Hoover's plan for saving food and eliminating waste; sanctions any steps Hoover decides for organization of a food-saving drive. June 12, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks Hoover for letter; suggests name of Harry Garfield of Williams College as possibility to fill position. June 13, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Appreciation for acceptance of Garfield appointment. June 15, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Suggestion for Lever Bill. June 15, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. June 15, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 15, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 15, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 16, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 18, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for $20,000 for preparatory work. June 19, 1917,

 

W.P. Webster to Hoover. June 19, 1917,

 

W.P. Webster to Hoover. June 20, 1917,

 

Hoover to W.P. Webster. June 20, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Authorizes additional $20,000 for Hoover's disposal from National Security and Defense Fund. June 20, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. June 22, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. June 23, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. June 23, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 25, 1917,

 

Hoover to Edith Benham. June 27, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendations for state food administrators. June 28, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. June 28, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 29, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Suggestions for Food Bill now in Congress. June 29, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Meeting with Senators on Food Bill. June 30, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for $50,000 to continue organization of the Food Commission. July 3, 1917,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. July 3, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendations on general governmental organization to provide an effective war administration. July 5, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. July 5, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. July 5, 1917,

 

Hoover to Disbursing Officer, White House. July 6, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Present situation with regard to wheat. July 10, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Asks for Hoover's judgment on suggestions made by Judge W.C. Adamson. July 11, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Purposes and effects of proposed Food Bill. July 12, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Mr. Gore's amended bill in the Senate. July 12, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Memorandum for Holland Minister on the embargo. July 14, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Wheat and corn shortages. July 17, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Substitute Food Bill presented by Senator Hollis and others. July 18, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Is keeping careful watch on progress of Food Bill in Senate; believes it will come out of conference with provisions Hoover and he advocate. July 19, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. July 19, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. July 20, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. July 20, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. July 21, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Suggests changes in Food Bill as passed by the Senate. July 22, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. Includes enclosure of letter from Hoover to Wilson, July 22, 1917. July 23, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for $150,000 to continue immediate work of organizing the Food Administration. July 25, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. July 26, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food Control Bill in Congress. August 1, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. August 2, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. August 7, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. August 7, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. August 8, 1917,

 

Wilson to C.C. Thach. Need for school program to emphasize important problems concerned with food; has asked Hoover and Claxton to organize agencies for preparation of lessons. August 8, 1917,

 

R. Forster to Hoover. August 9, 1917,

 

N.F. Johnson to Hoover. August 9, 1917,

 

Hoover to R. Forster. August 13, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Directors for Grain Corporation and licensing of grain storage. August 13, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Use of U.S. mail by Food Administration. August 13, 1917,

 

R. Forster to Hoover. August 14, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. List of names of men to form compromise committee. August 14, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Appointment of Hallowell. August 15, 1917,

 

Hoover to R. Forster. August 15, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Volunteers from business community to assist the Food Administration. August 15, 1917,

 

R. Forster to Hoover. August 15, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Exhibition of patriotism given by grain dealers and elevator men. August 16, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Would appreciate suggestion as to reply of enclosed letter (letter missing). August 17, 1917,

 

Memorandum from Hoover. Request for building space. August 17, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. List of names for approval. August 18, 1917,

 

Memorandum from Hoover. Advice for establishment of a large corporation by Mr. Burbanks. August 18, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. August 20, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. August 20, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of Dr. Schurman of Cornell. August 21, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Education in nutrition and food economy. August 21, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Approves enclosed list of appointments. August 21, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. August 22, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Antitrust question in action by Food Administration concerning beet sugar industry. August 22, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter circulated by Senator Reed. August 23, 1917,

 

T.W. Gregory to Hoover. Powers of the Food Administrator under the Food Control Act. August 23, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Acceptance of invitation. August 23, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. In answer to Hoover's letter of August 22, about certain Food Administration powers under Food Control Act. August 23, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Treasury method of handling Food Administration funds. August 24, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks Hoover for letting him see letter from Senator James Read; thinks Senator's influence will be negligible. August 24, 1917,

 

C.L. Swem to Hoover. August 27, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Concerning request for exemptions from Food Administration rules. August 27, 1917,

 

Hoover to N.B. Webster. August 28, 1917,

 

Lewis Strauss to C.L. Swem. Includes copy of letter from Hoover to Wilson, August 28, 1917, concerning Food Control Act regulations. August 28, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Enforcement of Section 15 of the Food Control Act. August 30, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. August 30, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Fats industry. August 31, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Treasury accounting of Food Administration funds. August 31, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of Carter Harrison. August 31, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Investigation of food industries by the Federal Trade Commission. August 31, 1917,

Mixed Materials 7

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks for letter about accounting for funds to be spent by Food Administration Grain Corporation; has confidence Hoover will take measures satisfactory to severest critic. September 1, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Plan for stimulating production of hogs. September 4, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. September 4, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. September 4, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thinks Carter Harrison is too much of a politician for job Hoover had in mind; wishes he could think of someone to carry out function; suggests President Meiklejohn of Amherst and Henry B. Fine of Princeton for a position. September 4, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. License provisions of the Food Control Act. September 6, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Hog supply in United States. September 7, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. September 12, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. September 12, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. September 15, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. September 17, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. September 17, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Appointment of T.B. Stearns as food controller for Colorado. September 18, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Office accommodations for Food Administration. September 18, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. September 18, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. List of men for state food administrators. September 19, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. T.B. Stearn's appointment as food controller for Colorado. September 20, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Allied Governments' food purchases in the United States. September 24, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Appointment of T.B. Stearns. September 25, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. September 27, 1917,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. September 28, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. October 1, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Rules and regulations governing licensing for sugar industry. October 1, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. October 2, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Question of antitrust violations and Food Administration contracts. October 6, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. October 6, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Edgar Rickard. October 8, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. October 9, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Asks Hoover to defer special Food Campaign for a while so attention will not be diverted from the Liberty Loan Campaign. October 9, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Asks Hoover to defer Food Conservation Pledge Campaign for one week until Liberty Loan Campaign is over; realizes the great work being done by Food Administration and extends appreciation to all members. October 10, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. October 10, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food Conservation Pledge Campaign. October 11, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Nomination of Beaver White to War Trade Board. October 12, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. October 13, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. October 13, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Budget for Food Administration for 1919. October 16, 1917,

 

J. Hallowell to Tumulty, approved by Wilson. October 16, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. October 18, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for further allotment from the National Security and Defense Fund. October 18, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. October 19, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. President's reply to King Albert. October 22, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. List of suggestions for federal food administrators. October 22, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of Joseph Cotton for head of meat division. October 22, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Italian food situation. October 23, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Situation of Belgian relief. October 23, 1917,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. October 23, 1917,

 

Lewis Strauss to R. Forster. October 23, 1917,

 

Edith Penham to Hoover. October 24, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Draft of cablegram to King Albert. October 24, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. October 24, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Draft for campaign proclamation. October 25, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. October 25, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. October 26, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Draft of cablegram to King Albert. October 26, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Thanksgiving Proclamation. October 27, 1917,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. October 27, 1917,

 

Woodrow Wilson. Thanksgiving Proclamation concerning food. October 27, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. October 31, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Licensing rules and regulations. October 31, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Accepts Hoover's judgment in matter of rules and regulations that he submitted about importation, manufacture, and distribution of food. November 1, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. Food shortage. November 1, 1917,

 

Hoover to H. Garfield. Exemption from Civil Service regulations for personnel of Food Administration. November 5, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Inward and outward bound foodstuffs. November 5, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. Transmitting letter from Mr. Edmonds to President Wilson, November 3, 1917, regarding food shortage. November 5, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Civil service regulations. November 5, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. November 6, 1917,

 

Transmitting a proclamation for the President's signature providing for licensing of bakers. November 6, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. Replying to letter from Dr. Garfield and Mr. Hoover, November 5, 1917, regarding Civil Service. November 6, 1917,

 

Dr. Garfield and Hoover to Wilson. Executive Order relieving the Food and Fuel Administrations from the requirements of the Civil Service laws. November 9, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. November 10, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Proclamation licensing the arsenic industry. November 12, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. November 13, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. November 13, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Conditions of the harvest. November 15, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Regulations regarding bakery licenses. November 16, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. November 16, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Situation in New York State. November 17, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks Hoover for November 15 memorandum about crop situation. November 19, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Has received Hoover's letter of November 17, about "New York situation" and concurs that his suggested arrangement seems best under circumstances. November 19, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Regulations regarding arsenic. November 19, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Activities of Mr. E.C. Lasater and Mr. Gifford Pinchot. November 19, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Relation between the temperance movement and the work of the Food Administration. November 19, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. Bible Sunday. November 19, 1917,

 

Memorandum approved by President Wilson appointing Mr. Gunnison, Federal Food Administrator for Alaska. November 20, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Relations between the food supply and the brewing industry. November 20, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Acknowledgment of Mr. Hoover's letter of November 19, 1917, regarding Mr. Pinchot. November 20, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. Bible Sunday. November 20, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Division for inspection and control. November 23, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Situation in New York State. November 23, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Restrictions on brewing. November 23, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Milk industry. November 23, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Requesting opinion of the Attorney General regarding requisition of cattle feed. November 24, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Controversy with President Menocal of Cuba over the price of sugar. November 24, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Proposing the establishment of a principle to determine "unjust, unreasonable, unfair profit." November 26, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Approves of Hoover's handling of the milk question. November 26, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Sorry and disappointed New York people not in accord with Hoover and him on situation; thinks Hoover should not yield. November 26, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Suggests Food Administration should make use of state and local councils of defense. November 26, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Signs enclosed Executive Order that Hoover has drawn up on food. November 27, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Reporting a satisfactory solution of the New York state situation and the renewal of negotiations with Cuba over the price basis for sugar. November 27, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. November 27, 1917,

 

Special rules and regulations governing licensees manufacturing crackers. November 27, 1917,

 

Memorandum on alcoholic content of beer. November 27, 1917,

 

Executive order. November 27, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Wants Hoover's suggestions as to what legislation he thinks imperative this session of Congress. November 28, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Replying to President Wilson's letter of November 26, 1917, relating to state councils of defense. November 28, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Glad to hear of New York State Commission acquiescence and renewal of negotiations with Cuba on sugar; hoped Hoover was as impressed with Gonzales as he was. November 30, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Legislation to be considered by Congress. December 1, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Cuban acceptance of export reductions. December 1, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Regulation of food-handling concerns on a prewar profit basis. December 1, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. December 3, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of W.P. Innes as Federal Food Administrator for Kansas. December 5, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. Conveying the President's approval of Hoover's letter to T.E. Wilson enclosed with Mr. Hoover's letter to President Wilson December 1,1917. December 5, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Proclamation limiting the alcoholic content of beer and the amount of grain which may be used by each brewer. December 6, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Pamphlet on policies in handling wheat, flour, and bread issues. December 7, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. Advising Mr. Hoover that President Wilson had signed the draft proclamation which accompanied his letter of December 6, 1917, limiting the alcohol content of malt liquor. December 8, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Enclosing a pamphlet describing the policies of the Food Administration in the matter of white flour and bread. December 8, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Noticed several Food Administration posters with the words "Our Allies"; would like them changed to "Our Associates in the War." December 10, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. December 10, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. December 11, 1917,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. December 17, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Railway transportation. December 18, 1917,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. December 20, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Senate inquiry on the sugar shortage. December 23, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Statement on the sugar question. December 23, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of Judge Lehman of St. Louis. December 26, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Approved appointment of William Elliott as Federal Food Administrator for South Carolina. December 26, 1917,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Suggests Samuel Untermyer is able successor to Judge Curtis Holbrook Lindley. December 28, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Allotment from the National Security and Defense Fund. December 31, 1917,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. December 31, 1917,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Appointment of Mr. Untermyer. January 1, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. January 2, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of Edmund Mitchell as Federal Food Administrator for Delaware. January 5, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Allied cereal situation. January 5, 1918,

 

Letter to Wilson from J.C. McFarlin referred to Hoover for answering. January 5, 1918,

 

Hoover to William McAdoo. January 6, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Committee to investigate the food programs of the Allies. January 7, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Revised budget for Food Administration. January 7, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. January 8, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. January 8, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Approves of Hoover's choice of Graham Lusk and R.H. Chittenden as American members of Paris committee on food programs. January 9, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for additional building space. January 10, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. January 10, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. January 10, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. January 11, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Shortage of labor in agricultural sections. January 12, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. January 12, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Draft of proclamation of food conservation. January 17, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. January 19, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. January 21, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. January 23, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Believes Secretary of Treasury William McAdoo is right that Food Administration should be represented on Inter-Allied Council. January 23, 1918,

 

Draft of letter from President to Mr. McAdoo and Mr. Garfield. January 23, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. January 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. January 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Increased meat purchase. January 28, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food movement in the United States. January 28, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. January 28, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Use of grain in brewing of beer. January 28, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Lewis Strauss. January 29, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Complaint from Mr. Bush. January 29, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Problem of speculative expansion by extension of equipment. February 1, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Acknowledges Hoover's letter of February 1 and agrees Food Administration should discourage speculative expansion by extension of equipment by certain manufacturers, who have been causing production cost increase by the decreased proportion of the output. February 4, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. February 6, 1918,

 

C.L. Swem to Hoover. February 6, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Memorandum on cereal food position. February 9, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Legislation on increase in minimum guarantee for 1918 wheat. February 14, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Agrees with Hoover that agitation of legislation for higher price of wheat would be a serious mistake now. February 18, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Says cattlemen indicate they are losing money on cattle they are raising because packers control the price; would like Hoover to make comments or suggestions that occur to him. February 19, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Calls attention to need of cooperation of packing trade; emphasizes they must follow directions of Food Administration. February 19, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Domestic transportation of foodstuffs. February 19, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. February 19, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Congressional investigation of the Grain Division of the Food Administration. February 20, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food Administration's relation with packers. February 21, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Approves of investigation by F.W. Taussig of the grain division of Food Administration, if he has time. February 21, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. March program of Allied shipments. February 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson (not sent). February 27, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. February 28, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Mr. Spreckels' contract for purchase of Cuban sugar. March 1, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of William S. Tyler as Federal Food Administrator for New Jersey. March 2, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Sends Hoover copy of letter that is addressed to Bernard Baruch, asking Baruch to accept chairmanship of War Industries Board; asks Hoover's cooperation with Board when occasion arises. March 4, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Selection of Mr. Baruch to head War Industries Board. March 5, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Agrees with Hoover that Spreckels presents no sufficient reasons why he cannot join the other sugar refineries. March 5, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of W.S. Tyler as Federal Food Administrator for New Jersey. March 6, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Wheat supplies in the United States. March 7, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Possibility of a 15,000,000 bushel per month shortage of wheat for the United States; believes the country should sacrifice and use substitutes. March 8, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to T.W. Brahany. March 15, 1918,

 

T.W. Brahany to Lewis Strauss. March 15, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Asks whether it would be convenient for Hoover to meet at White House with McAdoo, Baruch, Hurley, McCormick, and Garfield. March 16, 1918,

 

Miles to Lewis Strauss. March 18, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Appreciation of note of March 16. March 19, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. March 20, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Asks for suggestion of answer to enclosed telegram about relief of prices on livestock for cattle feeders. March 21, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. March 21, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Draft of reply to Col. Hudson's telegram. March 22, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Cereal supplies during the next three months. March 22, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Lewis Strauss. March 23, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks for letter of March 22; realizes seriousness of situation about further relief of Allies, but believes they have to do as best they can in the situation. March 25, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. March 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. J.H. Barnes' memorandum on the effect of a higher guaranteed wheat price. March 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Commission to study the meat problem. March 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Meat industry position. March 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Western Grain Exchange. March 26, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks for Julius Barnes' letter; thinks he is right and notes he presents his case with all its force. March 27, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Does not think he is qualified to judge on merits of arrangements proposed by Western Grain Exchange; leaves decision in Hoover's hands. March 27, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Lewis Strauss. March 27, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. March 27, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Appointment of Food Administration member to Inter-Allied Council. March 27, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Glad to confirm appointment of J.H. Skinner as representative of Food Administration on Inter-Allied Council. March 28, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Telegram from Bartlett Frazier Co. March 28, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Has read enclosed letter on meat industry in country and believes it is all right to publish it; approves of plan for appointment of commission. March 29, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Appointment of a commission to consider meat policy. April 1, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Asks Hoover if he could replace F.W. Taussig on the investigation of the milling division of Food Administration; his other duties on Price Fixing Committee conflict with the inquiry in the milling division. April 2, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Asks for Hoover's advice as to answer to enclosed telegram from Morris & Co. April 2, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of C.B. Ames as Food Administrator for Oklahoma. April 4, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Sends enclosed report on Federal Trade Commission food investigation of flour milling and flour jobbing. April 4, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food Administration staff changes. April 4, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Telegram from Morris & Co. April 4, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Appreciation for copy of report of the Federal Trade Commission on flour milling. April 6, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for shipping for the Belgian Relief Commission. April 8, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. April 8, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. April 9, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. April 10, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Appointment of a State Food Administrator for Virginia. April 12, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. States that Virginia Governor is evidently indignant about appointment of Lee as Food Administrator for Virginia; does not want to reply before informing Hoover of situation. April 12, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. April 13, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. License regulations governing salt-water fishermen. April 20, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of H.B. Sproul as Food Administrator for Virginia. April 23, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Proclamation on licensing. May 3, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of F.H. Brooks as Food Administrator for Vermont. May 6, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. May 7, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. May 8, 1918,

 

Presidential order reporting organization to be known as Food Purchase Board. May 8, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Comments on the transfer of government employees from each department to newer departments, thus weakening the older agencies. May 8, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to T.W. Brahany. May 8, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. May 9, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. May 11, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. May 13, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. May 13, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. May 14, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. May 14, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Shipping for Belgian relief. May 17, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Has examined enclosed report and before passing judgment on it asks Hoover to read letter by Mr. Colver. May 20, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Shipping for Belgian relief. May 20, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Government operation of packing plant. May 21, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Note regarding Mr. J.S. Williams. May 25, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Elimination of the War Industries' Price Fixing Board. May 27, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. May 27, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Has received Hoover's letter of May 21, on revised report to members of Committee on Packing Industry; approves of conclusions in report. May 28, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 1, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 3, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. June 3, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Use of grain for brewing. June 5, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks for sending letter from Senator Morris Sheppard; is willing, if Sheppard is, to make it public. June 5, 1918,

 

Draft for President on Coordination of the Activities of the Governments of the U.S., Great Britain, France, and Italy. June 12, 1918.

 

Hoover to Wilson. Allied relations to the Food Administration. June 13, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Shipping shortage. June 13, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 14, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Has received monthly reports on activities of Food Administration; thinks arrangements made by Hoover satisfactory. June 14, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Believes Hoover's trip to France, England, and Italy will result in creating a better situation concerning food supplies. June 14, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Monthly report on Food Administration. June 14, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Executive order for consideration. June 15, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 15, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Sugar industry. June 15, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Believes Hoover's plan right one and will be prepared to supply $5,000,000 capital if $50,000,000 appropriation Sundry Civil Bill goes through. June 17, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 17, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Notes that at Wednesday conference with Hoover it was provisionally agreed that because of the necessity of conserving coal, the production of malt products should stop; in view of this, sees no reason for issuing amended regulations enclosed; wants to know if regulations represent earlier conclusion. June 18, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Wilson. June 18, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Executive order on government guarantee on wheat. June 20, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. June 21, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Use of grain for brewing. June 21, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 21, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. June 24, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Curtailment of non-war industries. June 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Telegram of Mr. W.W. Brauer. June 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of P.R. Bradley as Food Administrator for Alaska. June 29, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Suggests study of world harvest supplies, establishment of executive meeting for jute and hemp, establishment of a universal bread of 20 percent other cereals than wheat. June 29, 1918,

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Report of the U.S. Food Administrator to the President. July 1, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Curtailment of non-war industries. July 2, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Proclamation guaranteeing the price of wheat. July 4, 1918,

 

C.L. Swem to Hoover. July 6, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation that Mr. Glasgow attend conference. July 8, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Price guarantee on wheat. July 8, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for more building space. July 8, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Committee of heads of departments of the Food Administration. July 8, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Reply to Sen. Simmons on tax legislation. July 8, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Acknowledgment of Trade Commission report on regulation of packers' profits. July 8, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. On the report of the Trade Commission upon the effect of the Food Administration's regulation of the packers' profits. July 8, 1918,

 

Wilson to Edgar Rickard. Tells of letter received from Hoover about office space for Grain Corporation and Sugar Equalization Board; is quite willing to authorize space but believes money can be saved by contacting Col. Ridley, Supt. of Public Buildings and Grounds, and also the Chief Assessor of the District Administration. July 9, 1918,

 

Presidential statement on the formation of a sugar equalization board by the Food Administration. July 9, 1918,

 

L.A. Small to Edgar Rickard. July 10, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Profiteering by five big packers. July 11, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. July 11, 1918,

 

Edgar Rickard to Wilson. July 11, 1918,

 

Hoover to Edgar Rickard. July 11, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Edgar Rickard. July 12, 1918,

 

Wilson to Edgar Rickard. Wants Rickard's advice on matter referred to in letter from Jouett Shouse, on how much money is needed, and would it be permissible to advance sum from national security and defense fund. July 16, 1918,

 

Edgar Rickard to Wilson. July 18, 1918,

 

Edgar Rickard to Tumulty. July 26, 1918,

 

Undated note from C.L. Swem.

 

Edgar Rickard to Wilson. July 26, 1918,

 

Wilson to Edgar Rickard. Agrees with Secretary of Agriculture David Franklin Houston that it is wise to fix price of wheat, and wants Rickard to arrange early meetings. July 26, 1918,

 

A.S. Burleson to Wilson. August 2, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Agreement between Hoover and the Food Ministers of Great Britain, France, and Italy. August 3, 1918,

 

Wilson to Edgar Rickard. Sends Rickard enclosed letter from Benant S. Keck, which comments favorably on Wilson's veto of the minimum wheat price bill. August 6, 1918,

 

Wilson to Edgar Rickard. Senator Morris Sheppard has sent enclosed telegram from cattle raisers; wants Rickard to either answer it or advise him about the situation. August 10, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Guaranteed price for wheat. August 10, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Edgar Rickard. August 12, 1918,

 

Edgar Rickard to Wilson. August 13, 1918,

 

Edgar Rickard to Wilson. August 13, 1918,

 

Wilson to Edgar Rickard. Appreciates importance of consulting Hoover about suggestions of Federal Trade Commission with regard to packers; hopes to defer decision until Hoover's return. August 13, 1918,

 

Edgar Rickard to Wilson. August 14, 1918,

 

Memorandum for Hoover together with reports on guaranteed price for wheat. August 15, 1918,

 

Edgar Rickard to Wilson. August 15, 1918,

 

Edgar Rickard to Tumulty. August 16, 1918,

 

L. Trammell to Wilson. August 20, 1918,

 

Memorandum for the President. August 23, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to the White House enclosing Inter-Allied Food Control agreement. August 24, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. August 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Guaranteed price for 1919 wheat. August 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Enclosing memorandum on guaranteed price for wheat. August 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Coordination of economic effort in Europe. August 27, 1918,

 

Note from the White House to Hoover. August 27, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Guarantee price of wheat. August 27, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. August 28, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Appreciates number of considerations urged by Hoover for coordination of economic effort in Europe among the four nations and will keep them in mind during negotiations. August 28, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Sends volume that might furnish helpful information on sugar situation. August 29, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Sale of Cuban sugar to the United States. August 29, 1918,

 

R. Forster to Hoover. August 30, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Executive Order guaranteeing wheat price. August 30, 1918,

 

Lee Trammell to Wilson. August 30, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Appreciation for book. August 31, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Approves of conclusions and plans on Cuban sugar that Hoover has presented in his letter of August 29. September 2, 1918,

 

Proclamation fixing guaranteed price for wheat. September 2, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. States power of agencies to commandeer material has resulted in conflict; the power to commandeer should not be exercised without first consulting Chairman of War Industries Board. September 3, 1918,

 

Hoover to R. Forster. September 3, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Legal question involving Food Administration purchases. September 4, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks for letter on purchase of grains for export by Grain Corporation. September 5, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks for letter on "commandeering business." September 6, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Coordination of effort with the War Industries Board. September 6, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Chicago packers problem. September 6, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Report of Food Administration. September 7, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Selective service deferments for Food Administration personnel. September 9, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Effect of Food Administration regulations on the packers. September 9, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. September 9, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks for letter from Armour and Co. to Hoover, September 6, about packers' financial position; Wilson does not trust their information. September 10, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thinks Hoover mistaken about draft exemptions; states new regulations take burden of claiming exemption off individual and put it upon employer or superior. September 10, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Wants Hoover to "read, ponder, and inwardly digest" enclosed letter on beef trade. September 10, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recording his observations on the recommendations of the Federal Trade Commission with regard to the five large packing firms. September 11, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. September 11, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Transfer of part of Food Administration outside the district. September 12, 1918,

 

B.M. Baruch to Wilson. September 12, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Proclamation regarding the brewing industry. September 13, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Beef supplies for the Navy. September 14, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Trade Commission's report on the packers. September 16, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. September 17, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. September 18, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of J.P. Cotton as chief representative in Europe. September 18, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendations for representatives on the commodity committees in London, Paris, and Rome. September 18, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Curtailment of rampant business abuses. September 18, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. September 18, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. September 18, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Knows little about J.P. Cotton, but accepts Hoover's judgment about substituting Cotton for J.H. Skinner. September 19, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Is interested in bill by Frank B. Kellogg and thinks ideas in it are worth considering; hopes someone will redraft bill in conformity with recent legislation. September 20, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Has read enclosed letter about Federal Trade Commission report and suggests it perhaps would not be wise to publish. September 20, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Does not know anything about Merrill, Platt, and Walcott -- men recommended by Hoover to assist J.B. Cotton; willing to accept Hoover's judgment about them provided they are in no sense politicians. September 20, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food support for Allies. September 21, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. September 24, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. September 25, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Failure of farmers to find a market for wheat. September 25, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Stabilization of the price of hogs. September 26, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Manufacture of malt liquor. September 30, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. September 30, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. October 4, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Selective service deferments for Food Administration personnel. October 4, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to M.C. Latta. October 4, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. October 5, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Expenses of representatives abroad. October 5, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation of W.H. Maltbie as Food Administrator for Maryland. October 7, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Mr. McAdoo's proposal to advance $50,000,000 to Brazil. October 7, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Authority of the Food Administrator. October 12, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Purchase of food by government agencies. October 12, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. October 16, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food Administration budget for 1919. October 16, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. October 17, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Price indices for food. October 17, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. October 18, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Conventions in Washington. October 19, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Relief of Belgium during occupation and rehabilitation. October 21, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Consideration of the postwar situation in food and opposing international control of world distribution. October 24, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Relief in Belgium. October 26, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. October 31, 1918,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. November 1, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. German shipment of Belgian coal out of Belgium. November 2, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. International control of distribution of food, raw materials, and ships. November 4, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Appreciation for Hoover's support. November 4, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Survey of the food supplies available in the world in case of an early peace. November 4, 1918,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Believes the Commission for the Relief of Belgium should continue to be only agency for the government of the United States in continuing relief work in Belgium. November 7, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing dispatches to Mr. Cotton on the world's food and shipping supplies. November 7, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. On the question of feeding the liberated peoples of Austria, Serbia, Bulgaria, Turkey, etc. November 9, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Enlarging function of Belgian relief. November 9, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing cables from England suggesting a joint inter-Allied pool for distributing the world supply of wheat. November 11, 1918,

 

Woodrow Wilson. Speech to State Food Administrators at White House. November 12, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Memorandum agreed upon by Baker, Hurley, and Hoover on European relief. November 12, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Executive Order delegating authority to Edgar Rickard to act in Hoover's place. November 13, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to Tumulty. November 14, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food situation in Europe. November 14, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing cables which were sent to Mr. Cotton. November 14, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Lewis Strauss. November 15, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Edgar Rickard. November 16, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Edgar Rickard. November 18, 1918,

 

Edgar Rickard to Tumulty. November 19, 1918,

 

Edgar Rickard to Tumulty. November 20, 1918,

 

Tumulty to Edgar Rickard. November 27, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Memorandum on economic effects of blockade. December 10, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Relief for Yugoslavia and the use of Army personnel. December 16, 1918,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. December 18, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter on the question of reopening of brewing in the United States. December 19, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Suggestion for a joint statement by the four associated governments on bolshevism in Germany. December 20, 1918,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. December 21, 1918,

 

Lewis Strauss to G.F. Close. December 23, 1918,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for approval of extension of the operations of the Grain Corporation (rough draft only). December 23, 1918,

 

G.F. Close to Lewis Strauss. December 24, 1918,

 

Wilson to William McAdoo. Food situation in Europe. January 1, 1919,

 

Memorandum from Hoover. European blockade. January 1, 1919,

 

Memorandum from Hoover. World food situation. January 2, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for signature on proclamation rescinding certain food licenses. January 7, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. January 7, 1919,

 

Lewis Strauss to G.F. Close. January 7, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Withdrawal of Allied buying orders. January 8, 1919,

 

Wilson to William McAdoo. Approves of $5,000,000 advance to Romania which Norman H. Davis has suggested to McAdoo; also urges Treasury to aid in disposal of surplus food products. January 9, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Confirms Hoover's appointment as Director General of Relief in Europe; also appointment as representative of U.S. Government upon Council of Associated Governments. January 11, 1919,

 

Edith Penham to Hoover. January 11, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing minutes of the Supreme Council of Supply and Relief. January 12, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Encloses memorandum from Mr. Devine (enclosure missing); glad to hear counsels of relief commission are going smoothly and sensibly. January 13, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter requesting the appointment of Theodore F. Whitemarsh to act as Food Administrator in the absence of Edgar Rickard. January 13, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Continuance of the ban on brewing. January 14, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter on Mr. Devine and Montenegro. January 15, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. January 17, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Encloses telegram from Newton D. Baker; asks if Hoover has any suggestions. January 20, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Brewing question. January 22, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Reply to Secretary Baker's cable. January 22, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food Administration relations with the packing industry used to obstruct the passage of the $100,000,000 bill. January 23, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for signature on proclamation rescinding certain food licenses. January 24, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. January 24, 1919,

 

Hoover to G.F. Close. January 24, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Statement of proposed organization of "United States Relief Administration." January 25, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter requesting the reinstatement of Bulgaria, Austria, etc., as beneficiaries of the $100,000,000 appropriation. January 27, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for funds from the National Security and Defense appropriation for use in the Food Administration. January 27, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. January 27, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. January 27, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Sent telegram to Carter Glass along lines suggested by Hoover's letter of January 27 on $100,000,000 Relief Bill. January 28, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Bulgarian financing situation. January 30, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Robert Lansing. January 30, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Memorandum on organization of a council for coordinating various government policies to assist peace commission. January 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter on resolutions to be put through the Supreme War Council. February 1, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for signature on proclamation rescinding certain food licenses. February 1, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. February 1, 1919,

 

Press statement of Hoover on European relief. February 2, 1919,

 

A.C. James to Wilson. February 3, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thinks it might be of some value to discuss matters with press, but French press highly censored; believes English and American papers might publish. February 3, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter on relaxation of the blockade. February 4, 1919,

 

Tumulty to Edgar Rickard. February 4, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. February 5, 1919,

 

Memorandum of Hoover on Sir John Beale's note in respect to liberated countries. February 5, 1919,

 

Edgar Rickard to Tumulty. February 5, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food for Russian prisoners in Germany. February 6, 1919,

 

Memorandum on principles of reparation. February 7, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter suggesting the appointment of Brand Whitlock as ambassador to France. February 8, 1919,

 

Edgar Rickard to Tumulty. February 10, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. February 11, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. February 11, 1919,

 

Lewis Strauss to G.F. Close. February 11, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter requesting an appointment for the Belgian Prime Minister. February 11, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter on Treasury advances for Serbian relief. February 12, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Use of Trieste for Adriatic relief. February 12, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Executive Order creating the American Relief Administration. February 12, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. February 13, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Establishment of the American Relief Administration. February 13, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Believes message from Carter Glass to Wilson on cost of living and accusation that prices of food commodities are being artificially maintained by government contains very serious matters; wants Hoover to consider carefully. February 14, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thinks Hoover's advice about no further Treasury advances to Italian Government until it allows relief trains through Trieste is very sound; suggests he present this to Norman H. Davis. February 14, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. February 14, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. February 14, 1919,

 

A.C. James to Wilson. February 19, 1919,

 

T. Whitemarsh to Wilson. February 24, 1919,

 

Joint Resolution of Congress to appropriate $100,000,000 for relief in Europe. February 24, 1919,

 

Executive Order authorizing Hoover to establish American Relief Administration. February 24, 1919,

 

T. Whitemarsh to Wilson. February 27, 1919,

 

T. Whitemarsh to Tumulty. February 27, 1919,

 

Secretary of State to Wilson. February 28, 1919,

 

T. Whitemarsh to R. Forster. March 1, 1919,

 

T. Whitemarsh to Wilson. March 1, 1919,

 

T. Whitemarsh to Wilson. March 1, 1919,

 

Wilson to Edgar Rickard. Termination of control over pork exports by War Trade Board. March 3, 1919,

 

T. Whitemarsh to Wilson. March 4, 1919,

 

Hoover to Col. E.M. House. March 11, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. March 15, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. March 17, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for signature on proclamation releasing the meat packers from license. March 18, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter relating to the management of the next wheat crop. March 19, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. March 19, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. March 19, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter relating to the use of Army surplus clothing for relief. March 22, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter recommending Huge Gibson's eligibility for appointment as Minister to Czechoslovakia. March 25, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter suggesting the appointment of Julius H. Barnes as U.S. Wheat Administrator. March 25, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. March 26, 1919,

 

Lewis Strauss to G.F. Close. March 27, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter emphasizing the necessity for 500,000 tons of shipping. March 27, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Commends him on admirable way he has conducted job as Food Administrator, but feels regret about Hoover's retirement; concurs with Hoover's choice of Julius Barnes as head of work ahead. March 28, 1919

 

Hoover to Wilson. Effect of bolshevism on Russia and suggestion of a plan for relief. March 28, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Urges Hoover to read enclosed telegram from A.A. Elmore giving reasons why Hoover should not resign his post as Food Administrator; considers it high tribute. March 29, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Had not seen telegram from David Franklin of Houston before writing Hoover yesterday; asks if suggestions by Hoover take care of exigencies mentioned by Houston. March 29, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Protest on holding of food trains at Zagreb. March 31, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Continuation of present organization. March 31, 1919,

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Wilson to Hoover. Gave Clemenceau copy of telegram on holding of food train at Zagreb; Clemenceau assured him he sent telegram directing its release. April 2, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Has promised Clemenceau to ask Hoover if feasible to send food to Bavaria directly through Switzerland without subtracting from German supply or increasing Bavarian supply proportionately; wants Hoover's opinion. April 2, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing a report from Dr. Alonzo E. Taylor. April 2, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommendation that the feeding of Poland should not be disturbed by the transportation of troops through Danzig. April 2, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Report on feeding Bavaria through Switzerland. April 3, 1919,

 

Draft of letter for President in reply to Fridtjof Nansen. April 7, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Report that Shipping Board would find the necessary tonnage for April loadings. April 8, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing draft of a telegram to be sent to Mr. Barnes. April 8, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter giving the impression of Lord Robert Cecil, M. Clementel, and Signor Crespi on the Nansen proposal for Russian relief. April 9, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Supply of tonnage for Russian relief. April 9, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. April 9, 1919,

 

Janiszewski to Wilson. April 10, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. April 11, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Membership of the United States on the committees set up under the peace treaty. April 11, 1919,

 

Hoover to G.F. Close. April 12, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Statistical report on relief. April 14, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. April 15, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Big Four today approved of enclosed plan (re Hungarian Government's promise to provide certain railway equipment for the purpose of transporting relief supplies in return for food); asks Hoover to proceed with plan. April 15, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Agrees with Hoover that United States should not continue to supply members of various commissions that are to be set up under Peace Treaty; fears cannot escape membership on Financial Commission on Reparation, but will shy from others. April 15, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Questions involved in supplying food to Hungary. April 15, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Wants Hoover's opinion of enclosed letter from William R. Redfield (re procedure of Grain Corporation until wheat guarantee for 1919 has been proclaimed). April 16, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Reports of A.R.A. Operations. April 16, 1919,

 

Fridtjof Nansen to Wilson. Russian relief. April 17, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. On the maintenance of the fixed price of wheat. April 18, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing a press statement on the European famine and food questions in America. April 21, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing a memorandum on the situation in Germany. April 21, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Memorandum on Hoover's opinions of the Bolshevik movement. April 21, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Thanks for letter yesterday, with enclosed memorandum, concerning situation in Germany. April 22, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Proposal that wives of A.R.A. personnel be allowed to come to Europe. April 22, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Feeding of Russia. April 23, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Failure of Shipping Board to provide tonnage. April 23, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Finds it hard to answer Hoover's request that members of his staff be allowed to have their wives join them; states Hoover can say to Secretary of State he (Wilson) shall make no objection to the request. April 25, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recognition of the independence of Finland. April 26, 1919,

 

Hoover to Chiefs of Mission. Undernourished children. April 26, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Belgian livestock removed by the Germans. April 29, 1919,

 

Lewis Strauss to G.F. Close. May 1, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Withdrawal of Belgian credits. May 2, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. May 3, 1919,

 

Hoover memorandum on situation at Riga. May 7, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. May 7, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Economic and political conditions in the Baltic States. May 9, 1919,

 

Hoover to G.F. Close. May 12, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing the executive order appointing Mr. Barnes as Wheat Director. May 13, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food blockade of Germany. May 14, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Proposed reduction of credits to Serbia, Czechoslovakia, and Romania. May 15, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. May 15, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing the reply of the Bolshevik Government to Nansen's proposal. May 16, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Summary of relief measures. May 17, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. May 17, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Plan for financial rehabilitation of Europe. May 17, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Bolshevik Government's reply to Dr. Nansen's proposal. May 17, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for President's signature on a proxy for the meeting of the U.S. Equalization Board. May 20, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. May 20, 1919,

 

Hoover to G.F. Close. May 20, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. May 21, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Read Hoover's letter of May 9, re Baltic Provinces, to "Council of Four": Lloyd George suggested Hoover have conference with Admiral (Sir George Price Webley) Hope. May 21, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Conditions in the Baltic States. May 21, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. May 28, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for signature on a proclamation releasing from license all handlers of cotton seed products. May 29, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. May 30, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. May 31, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Agitation in the U.S. over the mistreatment of Jews in Poland. June 2, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Assistance for Poland. June 3, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Possible modifications of the peace treaty. June 4, 1919,

 

Hoover memorandum on war reparations. June 5, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Approves of enclosed proposal by Hoover (reorganization for special feeding of children subnormal because of undernourishment). June 6, 1919,

 

Lewis Strauss to G.F. Close. June 7, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Food Administration budget. June 9, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing a telegram from Dr. Alonzo E. Taylor. June 9, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Gives permission to Hoover to use fifty to one hundred thousand dollars of President's Fund assigned to him (Hoover) if he can "squeeze it out." June 10, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Czechoslovak-Hungarian situation. June 10, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Lewis Strauss. June 10, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Lewis Strauss. June 10, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter quoting a message to vessels in Hamburg virtually blockading Germany. June 16, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter quoting a telegram with reference to exchange of munitions for coal between Czechoslovakia and Austria. June 17, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for authorization to transfer $40,000 from National Security and Defense Fund to Mr. Hoover's personal credit to be used for closing the Food Administration. June 17, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for signature on proclamation releasing the rice millers of the U.S. from license. June 17, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Armenian situation and objection to the withdrawal of British troops. June 20, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for signature on two proclamations and an executive order relative to the Wheat Guaranty Act of March 4, 1919. June 20, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Withdrawal of the Germans from certain portions of the Baltic States. June 21, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Russian economic situation offering a solution. June 21, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Lewis Strauss. June 21, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. June 21, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. June 21, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for authorization to use $1,000,000 to finance liquidation and final relief measures. June 22, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. June 23, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. June 23, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Hoover's closing career as Food Administrator. June 24, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter suggesting American leadership in economic cooperation in Central Europe. June 24, 1919,

 

Robert A. Taft to G.F. Close. June 24, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to R.A. Taft. June 25, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. June 25, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to R.A. Taft. June 25, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to S.T. Tyng. June 25, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Gives approval of Hoover's suggested plan in enclosed letter of June 24, to call a convention of economic delegates from Austria, Poland, and some other southeastern European countries, with Hoover as Chairman, to establish economic cooperation when United States is to withdraw. June 25, 1919,

 

G.F. Close to Hoover. Stating Hoover will remain in office as Food Administrator. June 25, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing a memorandum on economic cooperation in Europe. June 27, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter suggesting the appointment of an Allied temporary resident commissioner for Armenia. June 27, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Joint cable signed by Hoover and Morgenthau suggesting that Col. Wm. N. Haskell be appointed Allied Commissioner to Armenia, and General Harbard also sent on a mission to Armenia. July 3, 1919,

 

Hoover cable announcing appointment of Col. W.N. Haskell as High Commissioner in Armenia. July 7, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Organization to effect international consultation in economic matters. July 10, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Supreme Economic Council resolution. July 12, 1919,

 

Lewis Strauss to J.F. Dulles. July 18, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Polish guarantees against German aggression. July 22, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Cable transmitting action of S.R.C. on reconstruction of cooperation in purchase of foodstuffs. August 2, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Cable giving resume of the world food supply with a recommendation that the situation should be placed before Congress for its decision as to further protection for producer and consumer. August 2, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for army and navy personnel for Col. Haskell. August 12, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Recommends acceptance of treaty. November 12, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Request for a statement on need for food for Hungary, to be used for publicity. November 17, 1919,

 

Wilson to Hoover. Plans to call together another industrial conference and hopes Hoover will consent to being named one of its members; explains what he hopes conference will accomplish. November 19, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Acceptance of membership on Second Industrial Conference. November 20, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Article on industrial relations to be published in the Saturday Evening Post. November 21, 1919,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter transmitting preliminary report on $100,000,000. November 24, 1919,

 

Wilson to Julius Barnes. Notes from Barnes' statement that he has been unable to sell flour stocks for cash, home or abroad; urges, if stocks cannot be sold for cash, dispose of them on credit and suggests getting views of State and Treasury Departments. March 4, 1920,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. March 16, 1920,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. March 17, 1920,

 

Hoover to Tumulty. March 19, 1920,

 

E.S. McGraw to Hoover. March 22, 1920,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. March 26, 1920,

 

W. Hotschkiss to Hoover. March 27, 1920,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing Grain Corporation check for $1,660,573.74. June 21, 1920,

 

Hoover to Wilson. Letter enclosing report of European Children's Fund since August 1, 1919, and financial arrangements with the Grain Corporation. June 26, 1920,

 

Tumulty to Hoover. July 10, 1920,

 

Miscellaneous duplicates.

Boxes: 10-16

COMMERCE DEPARTMENT FILE, 1914-1966

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, reports, memoranda, printed matter, and other material, relating to Herbert Hoover's service and activities as Secretary of Commerce, 1921-1928, arranged alphabetically by subject. Material consists in part of selected copies of files now located at the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, West Branch, Iowa.
Mixed Materials 10

Agriculture, 1920-1927.

 

American Legion, 1925-1927.

 

Aviation, 1924-1938.

 

Belgium, Louvain Library, 1925-1926.

 

Bonus for veterans, 1922.

 

Bureau of the Budget, 1922-1924.

 

Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, 1923-1925.

 

Business, 1921-1929.

 

Cabinet appointments, recommendations by and for Hoover, 1921.

 

Chamber of Commerce, 1922-1926.

 

Coal, 1922-1927.

 

Coal Commission, 1921-1923.

 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1932.

 

Commission for Relief in Belgium, 1922.

 

Daily press summary, 1924.

 

Division of Simplified Practice, 1926-1927.

 

Economic conditions, 1921-1928.

Mixed Materials 11

Economics, 1926-1927.

 

Prices.

 

Statistics.

 

Education, 1922-1928.

 

Exports and imports, 1920-1928.

 

Farm relief, 1920-1925.

 

Farmers, 1920-1928.

 

Federal Reserve Bank and Federal Reserve Board, 1921-1925.

 

Fishing and wildlife, 1916-1924.

 

Flood, Mississippi River, 1927.

 

Foreign trade, 1922-1927.

 

Foreign policy, 1921-1923.

 

Forests, 1924-1928.

 

German child relief, 1923-1924.

 

Great Britain, 1920-1921.

 

Health, American Child Health Association, 1923-1925.

 

Hoover, Herbert.

 

General, 1923-1926.

 

"Activities as Secretary of Commerce, 1922-1928," n.d.

 

Chronology, n.d.

 

Correspondence.

 

General.

 

1920-1923.

Mixed Materials 12

1924-1925.

 

1926-1928.

 

Correspondence with James A. Logan and Christian Herter.

 

1921-November 1922.

 

December 1922-1924.

 

"Hoover as Secretary of Commerce," by E.E. Hunt, n.d.

 

Press coverage, 1921-1923.

 

Republican National Committee.

 

"Summary of the Achievements of the Department of Commerce under Secretary Hoover," n.d.

 

Symposium on work as Secretary of Commerce, 1927.

Mixed Materials 13

Housing, 1921-1928.

 

Hunt, E.E., memoranda to Hoover, 1921-1927.

 

Index to Commerce Department files, compiled 1933.

 

Industry (mining, fertilizer, methyl alcohol, etc.), 1923-1926.

 

Irish relief, 1921-1924.

 

Correspondence.

 

Printed matter.

 

Japan and Japanese in the United States, 1920-1926.

 

Jews, 1922-1928.

 

Labor, unemployment, unions, 1921-1922.

 

Legislation, 1922-1923.

Mixed Materials 14

Merchant Marine, fisheries, etc., 1922-1927.

 

Miscellaneous, 1919-1929.

 

General.

 

Reports on various committees, conferences and bureaus, 1921-1929.

 

National Bureau of Standards, 1912-1928.

 

Negroes, 1925-1927.

 

Newspapers, reaction of the press to Hoover's cabinet appointment, 1921.

 

Petroleum, 1921-1923.

 

General.

 

Mesopotamia.

 

Mexico and South America.

 

Miscellaneous U.S. and foreign oil concessions.

 

A - E.

Mixed Materials 15

G - Z.

 

Sinclair Consolidated Oil Corporation, report.

 

Sinclair Panama Oil Corporations, legal proceedings.

 

Press clippings, re unemployment and business cycles, 1921-1923.

 

Radio, 1922-1966.

 

Railroads, 1922-1924.

 

Red Cross, 1922-1927.

 

Redwood conservation, 1930-1957.

 

Relief for women and children of Germany and Russia, 1921-1924.

 

Rubber, 1925-1926.

 

Safety, National Conference on Street and Highway Safety, Material from 1924-1927. August 20, 1926.

 

Shipping, 1922-1926.

 

Statements, public, 1923-1928.

 

Sugar, 1918-1928.

 

Taxes, 1923-1924.

 

Trade Commission, 1921-1924.

 

Unemployment, Conference, 1921-1924.

Mixed Materials 16

Waste in industry, efforts to improve industrial efficiency, 1920-1927.

 

Waterways, Colorado River, n.d.

 

Waterways, St. Lawrence Waterway, 1927-1929.

Boxes: 17-91

PRESIDENTIAL FILE, 1920-1971

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, reports, memoranda, printed matter, and other material, relating to Herbert Hoover's service and activities as the 31st President of the United States, 1929-1933, arranged alphabetically by subject. Material consists in part of selected copies of files now located at the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, West Branch, Iowa.
Mixed Materials 17

Accomplishments of the Administration, 1929-1932.

 

1929-1930.

 

1930-1931.

 

1932.

 

Advertising, 1929-1933.

 

Aeronautics, 1929-1933.

 

General.

 

A - C.

 

D - Z.

 

1929.

 

1930-1933.

 

Military and naval aviation.

 

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931-1932.

 

Agriculture.

 

General.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931-1932.

 

Aid to Agricultural Credit Corporation, May 1931.

 

Economics, 1931.

 

Extension service, Hawaii and Puerto Rico, 1929-1932.

Mixed Materials 18

Forest Service.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931-1932.

 

Miscellany.

 

Correspondence. 1930-1932.

 

Memoranda. 1931-1933.

 

Public roads, 1930-1932.

 

Seed loans, 1932-1933.

 

"Summary of Some of the New Policies, Functions, Reorganizations, and Accomplishments of the Department of Agriculture, 1930-1933," Typescript. 1933.

 

Part I.

 

Part II.

 

Weather Bureau, 1929.

 

Alien Property Custodian.

 

March - April 1929.

 

May 1929.

Mixed Materials 19

June - July 1929.

 

August - October 1929.

 

November - December 1929.

 

January - April 1930.

 

May - June 1930.

 

July - December 1930.

 

January - June 1931.

 

July 1931 - February 1933.

 

American Battle Monuments Commission, 1929-1931.

 

American Child Health Association, 1929-1931.

 

American Engineering Council, 1929-1933.

 

American Federation of Labor, 1929-1933.

 

American flag, 1929-1933.

 

American Friends Service Committee, 1929-1931.

 

American Green Cross, 1931.

 

American Legion.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931-1933.

Mixed Materials 20

American National Red Cross.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

January 1931.

 

February 1931.

 

March - December 1931.

 

1932.

 

American Philosophical Society, 1929.

 

American Relief Administration, appropriation of $100,000,000, 1920-1930.

 

Amnesty, 1929-1932.

 

Antitrust laws, 1929-1932.

 

Appointments, n.d.

 

Appropriations, 1931-1933.

 

Arlington Memorial Bridge Commission.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931.

Mixed Materials 21

Armes Automatiques Lewis (Lewis Gun Co.), 1930-1931.

 

Armistice Day.

 

1929-1930.

 

1930-1931.

 

Armes Automatiques Lewis (Lewis Gun Co.), 1930-1931.

 

Arms and munitions of war to Brazil, proclamation, October 22, 1930.

 

Army bases, 1929-1932.

 

Army Day, 1929-1932.

 

Artists.

 

General, 1929-1932.

 

Bronze bust of Hoover and portraits, 1929-1930.

 

Associated Press, 1932.

 

Athletics, New Recreation Conference, 1929-1932.

 

Aviation, 1930-1932.

 

Baker, George Barr.

 

Correspondence.

 

Speeches.

 

Banking crisis, 1931-1939.

 

Better Homes.

 

General.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

White House Conference on Home Building and Home Ownership.

 

1930.

 

1931.

 

1932.

 

Bible, American Bible Society, 1929-1932.

 

Bills, 71st Congress, First Session, 1929.

Mixed Materials 22

Bills, 71st Congress, Second Session.

 

1929 - March 1930.

 

April - May 1930.

 

June 1930.

 

July 1930.

 

Bills, 71st Congress, Third Session.

 

1930.

 

1931.

 

Bills, 72nd Congress, First Session.

 

January - April 1932.

 

May - July 1932.

Mixed Materials 23

Bills, 72nd Congress, Second Session, 1933.

 

Blind, the, 1931.

 

Bonaventure, Edmond C., 1945.

 

Bonus March.

 

General, 1931-1960.

 

The Bonus Expeditionary Forces News, 1932.

 

Hurley, Patrick, "Patrick J. Hurley Discloses the Facts about the Bonus March," McCall's, Printed copy, related testimony by John T. Pace, and related correspondence. November 1949.

 

MacArthur, Douglas, 1932-1964.

 

Newspaper clippings, 1936-1940.

 

Press releases and public statements, 1932.

 

Public opinion.

 

Re veterans' bonus legislation.

 

Approval of Administration policy.

 

January - February 1931.

Mixed Materials 24

March - August 1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

Disapproval of Administration policy.

 

1930-1931.

 

1932.

 

Re Bonus Army.

 

July 1932.

 

August 1932.

 

September 1932.

 

Washington Trade Board, August - September 1932.

 

Reports and memoranda, 1932.

 

Boy Scouts, 1929-1932.

Mixed Materials 25

British and French economic crisis, 1932.

 

Building and housing, 1931.

 

Buildings, public, 1930-1931.

 

Bureau of the Budget.

 

General.

 

1929.

 

February - May 1930.

 

July 1930.

 

July 30, 1930.

 

September - December 1930.

 

1931-1932.

 

1933.

 

Authorization of Navy Department and Post Office, 1932.

 

Business.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931-1932.

Mixed Materials 26

Cabinet.

 

Correspondence, 1929-1931.

 

Memoranda and printed matter, 1929.

 

California Water and Bridges Commission.

 

1929.

 

1930-1933.

 

California water conservation, 1922-1932.

 

Campaign of in California. 1932

 

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1929.

 

Century of Progress Exposition, Chicago, 1929-1933.

 

Chamber of Commerce of the U.S.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

Chicago, sanitary district, 1930.

 

Children, 1929-1932.

 

Child health and protection.

 

General, 1931.

 

White House Conference of Child Health and Protection, 1929-1932.

Mixed Materials 27

Christmas, 1929-1931.

 

Chronology of the presidential period, n.d.

 

Churches, 1929.

 

Citizens' Military Training Camps, 1929-1931.

 

Citizenship, 1930.

 

Civil Service Commission.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

Civil Service Retirement, 1929-1932.

 

Coal mining industry.

 

1929-1930.

Mixed Materials 28

1931-1933.

 

Coffee, 1932.

 

Colorado River and Hoover Dam, 1929-1933.

 

Columbus Day, 1930-1932.

 

Commerce Department.

 

General.

 

"The Function of the Commerce Department," Typescript memoranda and related correspondence. 1931.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931.

 

1932.

Mixed Materials 29

Census Bureau, 1929-1933.

 

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1929-1931.

 

Endorsements, 1932.

 

Fisheries, 1929-1932.

 

Foreign and domestic commerce, 1929-1932.

 

Foreign tariff, 1931.

 

Lighthouses, mines, miscellaneous, and navigation, 1929-1930.

 

Patent Office, public construction, and standards, 1929-1931.

 

Commissions, 1931-1933.

 

Community service and Community Chest, 1929-1932.

 

Comptroller General, 1930-1931.

 

Confederate matters, 1929.

 

Congress of the U.S.

 

1929-1931.

 

1932.

 

Conservation, 1929-1931.

 

Construction, 1929-1930.

Mixed Materials 30

Copyrights, 1931-1932.

 

Cost of Living, 1929-1930.

 

Cotton.

 

1929-1930.

 

1932.

 

1933.

 

Covered Wagon Centennial, 1930.

 

Crime, kidnapping, 1931-1932.

 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 1929-1931.

 

Depression, 1931-1933.

 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War, 1929-1931.

 

District of Columbia Commissioners.

 

General.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931.

 

1932.

 

Drought.

 

1930.

Mixed Materials 31

1931.

 

1932.

 

Easter, 1929-1930.

 

Economics, 1929-1932.

 

Economy.

 

1929-1931.

 

1932.

 

1933.

 

Education.

 

March 1929

 

April - May 1929.

 

June - December 1929.

 

1930-1933.

Mixed Materials 32

Eight-hour law, 1931-1932.

 

Elks, Benevolent and Protective Order of, 1929-1930.

 

Engineering, 1930.

 

Expositions, 1930-1932.

 

Executive orders, miscellaneous, 1929-1932.

 

Farm matters, 1929-1933.

 

General.

 

1929.

 

1930-1932.

 

1933.

 

Cattle and livestock.

 

Cooperative marketing.

 

Dairying, eggs, and poultry.

 

Export debenture bill.

 

Federal Farm Board.

 

1929.

Mixed Materials 33

1930.

 

1931.

 

1932.

 

Farm relief, 1929-1932.

 

Father's Day, father and son movement, 1929-1931.

 

Federal Board for Vocational Education, 1930.

 

Federal Employment Stabilization Board, 1931-1932.

 

Federal Home Loan Board.

 

General, 1931-1932.

 

Legislation, 1932.

 

Federal Power Commission.

 

General.

 

1929-1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

"Our Water Rights," by A. Kannenberg, Mimeographed copy. 1928.

Mixed Materials 34

Federal Radio Commission.

 

General.

 

1929.

 

January - August 1930.

 

September - December 1930.

 

January 1931.

 

February - April 1931.

 

May 1931.

 

June - September 1931.

 

November - December 1931.

 

January - March 1932.

 

April 1932 - March 1933.

 

Committee to Investigate Duplication of Government Communications Facilities.

 

Interdepartmental Radio Advisory Committee.

 

Reports, miscellaneous.

 

Federal Reserve Board.

 

General.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931-1932.

 

Glass banking bill, 1932.

Mixed Materials 35

Federal Specifications Board, 1929.

 

Federal Trade Commission, 1930-1932.

 

Finance.

 

General.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

Banking and bankruptcy.

 

1929-1931.

 

1932.

 

1933.

 

Gold and silver.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931.

 

1932.

 

1933.

 

National Credit Corporation.

 

1931.

 

1932.

 

New York Stock Market Exchange.

 

General.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931-1932.

 

Grain and cotton, 1931-1932.

 

Short selling practices, 1929-1931.

Mixed Materials 36

Fire and fire prevention, 1929-1932.

 

Fishing and fisheries, 1929-1930.

 

Flax seed, 1930-1931.

 

Flood controls.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931-1932.

 

Football, 1929-1931.

 

Foreign policy, 1930-1933.

 

Forests, 1929-1932.

 

Franking privilege, 1932.

 

Freight rules, 1929-1930.

 

Frigate Constitution, 1930-1931.

 

Fur industry, 1929.

 

Gaiger, Philipp, 1931.

Mixed Materials 37

Game protection.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931.

 

1932.

 

Girl Scouts, 1929-1930.

 

Gold Star Mothers, 1930-1932.

 

Government contracts, 1932.

 

Government departments.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931.

 

1932.

 

1933.

Mixed Materials 38

Government employees, 1929-1933.

 

Government ownership, 1930-1932.

 

Government Printing Office, 1924-1933.

 

Governors of the states, 1929-1932.

 

Grain.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

January - June 1931.

 

July - December 1931.

 

1932.

 

Greek letter fraternities, 1929.

 

Health, 1929-1931.

 

Helium, 1929-1932.

 

Highways, 1929-1931.

Mixed Materials 39

Hoarding.

 

February 3-8, 1932.

 

February 10 - March 9, 1932.

 

March 10 - December 31, 1932.

 

Holidays, 1929-1931.

 

Home buildings, 1931.

 

Hoover's performance as president. (See also EDITORIAL ANALYSES SERIES, boxes 296-312).

 

1930.

 

Analysis of reports.

 

First year.

 

Topical analysis.

Mixed Materials 40

1931.

 

American Legion speech, Detroit.

 

Annual message to Congress.

 

Moratorium on German debts.

 

Unemployment Conference.

 

1932.

 

Acceptance speech.

 

Address to Welfare Conference.

 

Annual message.

 

Antihoarding appeal.

 

Antihoarding campaign.

 

Appointments.

 

A - L.

 

M - Z.

 

Budget cut proposal.

 

General.

 

Sales tax outlook.

 

Budget message.

 

Consolidation of Federal Bureaus proposal.

 

Des Moines speech.

 

Detroit speech.

 

Disarmament proposal.

 

Election result.

 

Foreign debt statement.

 

Letter to Borah on war debt.

Mixed Materials 41

Political issues.

 

Special message on war debts.

 

Tax increase proposals, 1932.

 

December 29, 1931 - February 15, 1932.

 

February 16 - March 15.

 

March 16 - March 31.

 

April 1 - April 14.

 

April 15 - June 2.

 

Third year.

 

Veto of Wagner-Garner Relief Bill.

 

Washington's Birthday address.

 

Special message on budget. 1933.

 

Humane organizations, 1929-1930.

 

Immigration.

 

Correspondence, 1929-1932.

 

Speeches, 1930-1932.

Mixed Materials 42

Inauguration of Herbert Hoover, March 4, 1929.

 

General, 1929.

 

Inaugural train from Palo Alto.

 

Invitations and programs.

 

Independence Day, 1929-1931.

 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 1929-1932.

Mixed Materials 43

Indians, 1929-1931.

 

Industrial mobilization, 1930.

 

Inland waterways, 1929-1932.

 

Interdepartmental Pay Board, 1929-1932.

 

Interior Department.

 

General.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931.

 

1932.

 

Accomplishments, 1933.

 

Alaska railroad, 1930-1932.

 

Appropriations, 1932-1933.

 

Education Bureau, 1929-1930.

 

General Land Office, 1933.

 

Geological Survey, 1929.

 

Howard University, 1932.

 

Indian Office.

 

1929-1931.

 

1932-1933.

Mixed Materials 44

National Park Service, 1929-1932.

 

Public lands, executive orders withdrawing.

 

1929.

 

January - June 1930.

 

July - August 1930.

 

September - December 1930.

 

January - April 1931.

 

May - August 1931.

 

September - December 1931.

Mixed Materials 45

January - July 1932.

 

August - December 1932.

 

1933.

 

Reclamation Service, 1929-1931.

 

Virgin Islands.

 

1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

Interstate Commerce Commission, 1929-1932.

 

Irrigation, 1929-1932.

 

Island possessions, 1930.

 

Izaak Walton League of America, 1929-1932.

Mixed Materials 46

Justice Department.

 

General.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931-1933.

 

Bureau of Investigation, 1929-1932.

 

Bureau of Prohibition, 1930-1932.

 

Endorsements, 1929-1932.

 

Judiciary.

 

Circuit Judges, 1929-1932.

 

Court of Claims, 1929-1931.

 

Customs Court, 1929-1932.

 

National Training School for Boys, 1929-1932.

 

Parole Board, 1930.

 

Kellogg-Briand Treaty, anniversary statement, 1929.

 

Kiwanis Club, 1929-1932.

 

Knights of Columbus, 1929-1932.

Mixed Materials 47

Labor Department.

 

General.

 

1929-1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

Children's Bureau, 1929-1932.

 

Employment Service, 1930-1931.

 

Immigration Bureau, 1929-1933.

 

Industrial Housing and Transportation Bureau, 1929-1930.

 

Labor Day, 1929-1932.

 

Labor Statistics Bureau, 1929-1933.

 

Union shop, 1929-1932.

 

Women's Bureau, 1929.

 

Law enforcement, 1929-1930.

 

Law reform, 1929-1932.

 

League of Nations, n.d.

 

Library of Congress, 1929-1930.

 

Lincoln, Abraham, 1929-1932.

 

Liquor, n.d.

 

Maps, 1929-1931.

 

Masonic matters, 1929-1932.

Mixed Materials 48

Maternity legislation, 1929-1932.

 

Medal of Honor, 1930-1932.

 

Medals.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931-1932.

 

Merchant Marines.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931-1933.

 

Mergers, 1929-1931.

 

Messages and communications to Congress, 1929-1932.

 

Military Order of the World War, 1929-1932.

 

Military reservations, 1929-1932.

 

Mines and mining, 1929-1931.

 

Miscellaneous.

Mixed Materials 49

Missouri River Commission, 1929-1932.

 

Monuments, 1929-1932.

 

Moratorium on war debts, 1929-1931.

 

Mother's Day, 1929-1932.

 

Motion pictures, 1929-1932.

 

Motor vehicles, 1929-1932.

 

Mount Rushmore National Memorial Commission, 1929-1932.

 

Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, 1932.

 

Muscle Shoals.

 

1929-1930.

 

February 1931.

 

March 1931.

 

June - December 1931.

Mixed Materials 50

Music, 1929-1931.

 

National Archives, 1930-1932.

 

National Capital Park and Planning Commission, 1929-1932.

 

National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement.

 

General, 1929-1930.

 

Reports, 1929-1931.

 

Wickersham Report, comments.

 

A - D.

 

E - G.

Mixed Materials 51

H - K.

 

L - R.

 

S - Z.

 

National Committee on Wood Utilization, 1929-1933.

 

National Conference on Business and Industrial Committees, 1932.

 

National Conference on City Planning, 1929-1930.

 

National Conference on Street and Highway Safety, 1930.

 

National Defense, 1929-1932.

 

National Economy League, 1932.

 

National Institute of Health, 1930-1931.

 

National Electric Light Association, 1929-1930.

 

National Memorial Association, 1929-1931.

 

National Recreation Association, 1931.

 

National Timber Conservation Board, 1930-1932.

 

Naval Treaties, 1929-1931.

 

Navy.

 

General.

 

1928.

 

1929.

 

1930.

Mixed Materials 52

January - July 1931.

 

August - December 1931.

 

1932.

 

Aeronautics Bureau and Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Aeronautics, 1931-1932.

 

Battle efficiency pennant, 1929-1930.

 

General Board of Navy, 1926-1931.

 

Guam, 1929-1931.

 

Marine Band, 1929-1932.

 

Marine Corps, 1929-1932.

 

Naval Academy applicants, 1929-1932.

 

Naval Academy, Board of Visitors, 1929-1933.

 

Naval Conference at Camp Rapidan, 1931.

 

Naval Reserve, 1932.

 

Navigation Bureau, 1932.

 

Navy Band, 1930-1932.

 

Navy economy and reductions, 1929-1931.

 

Navy line personnel bill, 1931.

 

Navy Yard, 1929-1932.

Mixed Materials 53

Samoa, 1929-1931.

 

Surgeon General of the Navy, 1932-1933.

 

Virgin Islands.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931.

 

Newspapers, 1929-1932.

 

Oil matters.

 

General, 1929-1932.

 

Colorado Springs Petroleum Conference, 1929.

 

Federal Oil Conservation Board, 1929.

 

Olympic Games, 1929-1932.

 

Oratorical contests, 1929-1932.

 

Packers, packing industry, 1930-1932.

 

Pardons, 1929.

 

Parents-Teachers Association, 1929-1931.

 

Patents, 1930-1932.

 

Pens used by the President.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931-1933.

 

Pensions, 1929-1931.

 

Perry's Victory Memorial Commission, 1929-1931.

Mixed Materials 54

Personnel files, arranged according to original office file system. 1929-1932,

 

Appointments to various government positions, arranged alphabetically by name of applicant.

 

List of endorsements by Senators and Representatives, arranged alphabetically by name of sponsor.

 

A - J.

Mixed Materials 55

K - Z.

 

State Department, positions of ambassador and minister, applicants arranged alphabetically by name of country.

Mixed Materials 56

Applicants to various posts in the Departments of War, Justice, Commerce, and Interior. Arranged by state of applicant and name of position or bureau.

Mixed Materials 57

Applicants for positions in the Department of Interior, Justice, Labor, Navy, Post Office, and State, arranged by the title of the position.

Mixed Materials 58

Applicants for positions in the Departments of the Treasury, Justice, Labor and various commissions, arranged by the state of the applicant.

 

Arkansas - Minnesota.

Mixed Materials 59

Mississippi - Puerto Rico.

Mixed Materials 60

Rhode Island - Wyoming.

 

Applicants for miscellaneous positions arranged by name of the commission or position.

 

Alien Property Custodian - Public Printer.

Mixed Materials 61

Radio Commission - Veterans' Bureau.

 

Applicants for unspecified positions, arranged by name and category.

 

White House employees, arranged by name.

 

Department of Agriculture, appointments arranged by bureau.

Mixed Materials 62

Applicants for various positions, arranged by commission or title.

 

Public Utilities, Civil Service, Federal Power, National Memorial Association, Radio Commission, Interstate Commerce, Tariff Commission, U.S. Board of Mediation, U.S. Compensation, U.S. Shipping Board, Governor of Hawaii, Justice, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Attorney General.

Mixed Materials 63

U.S. Customs Court, Court of Claims, Associate Justice, Circuit Judge for the Third, Fourth, Fifth and Ninth Circuits, Director of Prohibition, Solicitor General, District Judges for Alabama, Alaska, California, and the District of Columbia.

 

Appointments to various positions, arranged by bureau.

 

Drought Commission - Federal Trade Commission.

Mixed Materials 64

Fine Arts Commission - Washington Memorial Commission.

Mixed Materials 65

State Department, appointments, arranged by bureau or title.

Mixed Materials 66

Appointments to various positions, arranged by state of applicant.

 

Department of the Interior, appointments, arranged by bureau.

 

Justice Department, appointments, arranged by bureau.

 

Justice, Judiciary, appointments, arranged by court.

Mixed Materials 67

Justice, Judiciary, appointments, arranged by state.

 

Treasury Department, appointments, arranged by bureau.

Mixed Materials 68

War Department, appointments, arranged by bureau.

 

Appointments to various bureaus and commissions.

 

Commerce Department, appointments, arranged by bureau.

 

Justice Department, appointments, arranged by state of applicant.

 

Florida - Pennsylvania.

Mixed Materials 69

Philippine Islands - Wyoming.

 

Department of Labor, appointments, arranged by bureau.

 

Navy, appointments, arranged by bureau.

 

Post Office, appointments, arranged by name of employee.

 

Justice and Treasury Departments, applications, arranged by state.

 

Florida - Minnesota.

Mixed Materials 70

Mississippi - Texas.

 

Secretary of Labor, applicants, arranged by name.

 

Navy, applicants, arranged by name.

 

War Department, applicants, arranged by name.

 

State Department, applicants, arranged by name.

 

Ambassadors and ministers, applicants, arranged by country.

Mixed Materials 71

Treasury Department, applicants, arranged by bureau.

 

War Department, applicants, arranged by name.

 

Justice Department, applicants, arranged by district.

 

Treasury Department, applicants, arranged by bureau.

Mixed Materials 72

Commerce Department, appointments, arranged by name.

 

Department of Agriculture, applicants, arranged by name.

 

Assistant Comptroller General, applicants, arranged by name.

 

Commission on Law Enforcement, applicants, arranged by name.

Mixed Materials 73

Phonograph recordings, 1929-1932.

 

Planning, national, 1929-1931.

 

Post Office.

 

General.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

Postal Savings Bank, 1931-1933.

 

Postmasters, 1929-1932.

 

Post Office leases, 1930.

 

Power, 1929-1931.

 

Presidency of Herbert Hoover.

 

General.

 

Activities as President, 1933.

 

Defense of the Hoover administration by E.E. Hunt, Untitled typescript memoranda with related correspondence and clippings. 1928-1932.

 

Office of the President, 1929-1931.

Mixed Materials 74

campaign, Hoover as potential presidential candidate. 1920

 

American press and public opinion, 1920-1921.

 

German press reports.

 

campaign. 1928

 

Acknowledgement of letters of congratulation. Holograph draft.

 

Campaign materials.

 

General.

 

Campaign statements of Hoover, miscellaneous.

 

Political songs.

 

Republican National Committee pamphlets.

 

Republican organizations in California.

 

Pamphlets.

 

Speakers' Bulletin.

 

Correspondence between Hoover supporters.

 

General.

 

Brown, Everett S., 1924-1928.

 

Sullivan, Mark.

 

1927.

Mixed Materials 75

1928.

 

A - Q.

 

R - Z.

 

Memoranda, n.d.

 

Endorsements of Hoover.

 

History of the California campaign, 1929.

 

Press releases relating to election returns.

 

Republican National Convention.

 

General.

 

Minutes of the meetings of the California delegation.

Mixed Materials 76

campaign. 1932

 

Democratic Party.

 

General.

 

Democratic convention.

 

General.

 

Literature on favorite son candidates.

 

Democratic National Committee reports and literature.

 

Democratic State Central Committee, California.

 

Statement of the Democratic platform and related commentary.

 

Minor parties.

 

Prohibitionist literature.

Mixed Materials 77

Reilly's Free Press, Oakland, California.

 

Republican Party.

 

General.

 

Editorial comment summaries, November 1932.

 

Endorsements of Hoover.

 

National 32 Club material.

 

Political songs.

 

Republican National Committee information sheets.

 

Republican National Committee pamphlets.

 

Statement of the Republican platform and related commentary.

 

Roosevelt, Franklin D., "Making Suckers of Americans," Printed copy and related commentary. September 10, 1932.

Mixed Materials 78

Presidential photos, list, n.d.

 

Press conferences, n.d.

 

Prisons, 1929-1931.

 

Prohibition.

 

General.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931.

 

January - June 1932.

 

July - December 1932.

 

Judiciary Committee hearings, 1930.

 

Women's Christian Temperance Union, 1929-1932.

 

Public buildings, 1929-1932.

Mixed Materials 79

Public domain, 1929.

 

Pueblo Lands Board, 1930-1931.

 

Pulaski Sesqui Commission, Pulaski Memorial Day, 1931-1932.

 

Quarantine, 1929.

 

Race discrimination.

 

General.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931-1932.

 

Associated Negro Press.

 

Radio, 1966.

 

Railway Consolidation, Editorial Research Reports, 1931.

 

Railroads.

 

1929-1930.

 

1931-1932.

 

Reapportionment, 1930.

 

Reconstruction, 1932.

 

Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1932.

 

Correspondence.

 

Reports and memoranda.

Mixed Materials 80

Rivers, 1929-1933.

 

Rosh ha-Shanah, 1929-1932.

 

Rotary Clubs, 1929-1932.

 

Salvation Army, 1929-1933.

 

San Nicholas Island, 1932-1933.

 

Seal, Presidential, ca. 1966.

 

Smithsonian Institution, 1930-1931.

 

Social Trends, The President's Research Committee on, 1929-1933.

 

South America, tour, 1928-1929.

 

St. Lawrence River.

 

1929-1931.

 

1932.

 

State Department.

 

General.

 

March 1929.

 

May - June 1929.

 

July 1929.

Mixed Materials 81

August - September 1929.

 

October - December 1929.

 

January - February 1930.

 

March - April 1930.

 

May - December 1930.

 

January - August 1931.

 

September - December 1931.

 

January - May 1932.

 

June - December 1932.

 

1933.

 

Manchurian incident, 1932.

 

Passport Division, 1933.

Mixed Materials 82

Tax matters.

 

1929-1931.

 

1932.

 

Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico boundary line disputes, 1929-1933.

 

Tobacco, 1930-1931.

 

Trees, 1931.

 

Treasury Department.

 

General.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

Coast Guard, 1929-1933.

 

Comptroller of the Currency, 1931-1933.

 

Customs Bureau, 1929-1932.

 

Engraving and Printing Bureau, 1929.

Mixed Materials 83

Director of the Mint, 1927-1932.

 

Federal Farm Loan Bureau.

 

1929-1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

Internal Revenue, 1929-1932.

 

Narcotics Bureau, 1930-1933.

 

Prohibition Commission, 1929-1931.

 

Public Health Bureau, 1929-1933.

Mixed Materials 84

Trip file.

 

Ohio River project trip.

 

May - July 1929.

 

August 1929.

 

September 1929.

 

October 1929.

 

Cleveland, September - October 1930.

 

Boston, April - October 1930.

 

King's Mountain, North Carolina, August - September 1930.

 

Western trip.

 

May 1930.

 

June 1930.

 

July - August 1930.

Mixed Materials 85

Caribbean, March - April 1931.

 

Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, February - June 1931.

 

Valley Forge, March - July 1931.

 

Proposed western trip, 1931-1932.

 

Cross-country trip.

 

September 1932.

 

October 1-15, 1932.

 

October 19, 1932.

 

October 20-26, 1932

 

October 27-31, 1932.

 

November 1932.

 

Southern trip, December 1932 - January 1933.

 

Trophies, requests for presidential cups, 1929-1932.

Mixed Materials 86

Unemployment.

 

General.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

March - July 1931.

 

August 1931.

 

September - October 1931.

 

1932.

 

1933.

 

Advisory Committee on Employment Statistics, 1930-1931.

 

Emergency Committee for Unemployment, 1929-1931.

 

October 1929 - October 1930.

 

November 1930 - August 1931.

 

President's Organization on Unemployment Relief, 1931-1932.

 

Unemployment relief, 1930-1935.

 

Wagner bills.

 

February 1931.

 

March - April 1931.

 

United Press Association, 1930-1931.

 

U.S. Battle of the Monongahela Commission, 1930.

 

U.S. Board of Mediation, 1930-1932.

 

U.S. Board of Tax Appeals, 1929-1930.

 

U.S. Council of National Defense, 1929-1932.

 

U.S. Geographic Board, 1929-1932.

 

U.S. Railroad Commission, 1932.

Mixed Materials 87

U.S. Shipping Board.

 

1929.

 

1930-1931.

 

1932.

 

U.S. Shipping Board Investigating Committee, 1930.

 

U.S. Tariff Commission.

 

General, 1930-1932.

 

Correspondence.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931.

 

1932.

 

Commodities. Correspondence and reports, arranged alphabetically by product.

 

A - C.

 

D - F.

 

G - K.

 

L.

Mixed Materials 88

M - U.

 

V - Z.

 

Miscellaneous.

 

U.S. Veterans' Bureau (later Veterans' Administration).

 

General.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

February - July 1931.

 

August - December 1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

National Military Homes and Veterans' Hospitals, 1930-1932.

 

United Veteran, 1932.

Mixed Materials 89

Veterans.

 

General, 1929-1933.

 

Veterans' preference in civil service, 1929-1932.

 

World War veterans' bill, HR 10381, 1930.

 

World War Adjusted Compensation Act, Amendment, HR 17054, 1931.

 

Vetoes, 1929-1932.

 

Vocational education.

 

1929-1930.

 

April 13-16, 1932.

 

April 17-18, 1932.

 

April 19-20, 1932.

 

April 21 - September 1932.

 

Voting, 1932.

 

Wages.

 

1930 - August 1931.

 

September - December 1931.

 

February - April 1932.

 

June 1932-1933.

Mixed Materials 90

War Department.

 

General.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931.

 

1932-1933.

 

Army and Navy dispute over land-based aircraft, 1930-1931.

 

Assistant Secretary of the Army, 1929-1930.

Mixed Materials 91

Chief of Engineers, 1930.

 

Chief of Finance, 1932.

 

Chief of Staff, 1929-1931.

 

Insular Affairs Bureau, 1931.

 

Isthmian Canal.

 

1929.

 

1930.

 

1931-1933.

 

Judge Advocate General, 1932.

 

Mississippi River Commission, 1930-1932.

 

National Defense, proposed department, 1932.

 

Panama Railroad Co., 1929-1932.

 

Public buildings, 1929-1932.

 

Surgeon General, 1931.

 

U.S. Army Band, 1929-1930.

 

U.S. Military Academy, West Point, 1929-1930.

 

War Finance Corporation, attempt to reinstate, 1931.

 

Washington, D.C., civic improvement, n.d.

 

Washington, George, U.S. Commission for the Celebration of the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of George Washington, 1929-1932.

 

White House, 1929-1932.

 

White House Archive, 1942-1944.

 

Women, 1929-1932.

 

Wool, 1930-1932.

 

Yorktown Sesquicentennial, 1930-1931.

Boxes: 92-148

ADDRESSES, LETTERS, MAGAZINE ARTICLES, AND PRESS STATEMENTS, 1898-1960

Scope and Contents note

This series, commonly referred to as "the Bible," contains addresses, letters, press statements, and various published writings of Herbert Hoover, arranged in two subseries--bound transcripts, and unbound printed copies and original drafts--and thereunder arranged in chronological order. A detailed index is contained in box number 92.
Mixed Materials 92

Bound transcripts.

 

Item-by-item index, February 1917 - December 1958.

Mixed Materials 93

October 1898 - March 8, 1920.

Mixed Materials 94

March 17, 1920 - September 1921.

Mixed Materials 95

October 1921 - March 1923.

Mixed Materials 96

April 1923 - December 1924.

Mixed Materials 97

January 1925 - November 1925.

Mixed Materials 98

December 1925 - October 18, 1926.

Mixed Materials 99

October 19, 1926 - September 1927.

Mixed Materials 100

October 1927 - February 1929.

Mixed Materials 101

March 1929 - March 1930.

Mixed Materials 102

April 1930 - February 1931.

Mixed Materials 103

March 1931 - December 1931.

Mixed Materials 104

January 1932 - October 15, 1932.

Mixed Materials 105

October 16, 1932 - December 1935.

Mixed Materials 106

January 1936 - May 1939.

Mixed Materials 107

June 1939 - December 1941.

Mixed Materials 108

January 1942 - December 1945.

Mixed Materials 109

January 1946 - December 1949.

Mixed Materials 110

January 1950 - December 1953.

Mixed Materials 111

January 1954 - December 1957.

Mixed Materials 112

January 1958 - December 1960.

Mixed Materials 113

Unbound printed copies and original drafts, with related material.

 

1915-1919.

Mixed Materials 114

January 7, 1920 - April 15, 1921.

Mixed Materials 115

April 21, 1921 - April 4, 1922.

Mixed Materials 116

April 12, 1922 - November 28, 1922.

Mixed Materials 117

November 29, 1922 - December 8, 1923.

Mixed Materials 118

January 10, 1924 - May 28, 1924.

Mixed Materials 119

June 2, 1924 - December 3, 1924.

Mixed Materials 120

December 9, 1924 - June 4, 1925.

Mixed Materials 121

June 9, 1925 - January 13, 1926.

Mixed Materials 122

January 16, 1926 - October 25, 1926.

Mixed Materials 123

October 27, 1926 - May 28, 1927.

Mixed Materials 124

May 31, 1927 - August 11, 1928.

Mixed Materials 125

August 18, 1928 - May 24, 1929.

Mixed Materials 126

May 28, 1929 - November 23, 1929.

Mixed Materials 127

November 24, 1929 - June 30, 1930.

Mixed Materials 128

July 3, 1930 - December 4, 1930.

Mixed Materials 129

December 9, 1930 - April 24, 1931.

Mixed Materials 130

April 25, 1931 - September 25, 1931.

Mixed Materials 131

September 30, 1931 - January 31, 1932.

Mixed Materials 132

February 1, 1932 - June 30, 1932.

Mixed Materials 133

July 1, 1932 - October 12, 1932.

Mixed Materials 134

October 15, 1932 - November 11, 1932.

Mixed Materials 135

November 12, 1932 - November 22, 1934.

Mixed Materials 136

February 12, 1935 - October 30, 1936.

Mixed Materials 137

January 10, 1937 - September 1, 1939.

Mixed Materials 138

October 11, 1939 - December 16, 1941.

Mixed Materials 139

May 1, 1942 - February 5, 1944.

Mixed Materials 140

March 25, 1944 - September 27, 1945.

Mixed Materials 141

October 8, 1945 - April 21, 1947.

Mixed Materials 142

(Gridiron Club speech). May 10, 1947

Mixed Materials 143

May 15, 1947 - February 1, 1948.

Mixed Materials 144

February 23, 1948 - June 11, 1949.

Mixed Materials 145

August 10, 1949 - March 31, 1950.

Mixed Materials 146

April 3, 1950 - October 10, 1951.

Mixed Materials 147

November 7, 1951 - June 30, 1955.

Mixed Materials 148

August 5, 1955 - December 6, 1960.

Boxes: 149-218

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1897-1964

Scope and Contents note

Speeches, articles, memoranda, press statements, notes, and manuscript drafts and galleys of books written by Herbert Hoover or edited by him, as well as book reviews of books by Herbert Hoover. This series does not duplicate material contained in the previous series. Speeches, articles, memoranda, press statements, and notes are listed first and arranged in chronological order. Manuscript drafts and galleys of books constitute a second subseries and are arranged alphabetically by title.
Mixed Materials 149

Speeches, articles, and memoranda. See also CLIPPINGS, box 230.

 

"Geology of the Four-Mile Placer Mining District, Colorado," The Engineering and Mining Journal, May 22, 1897.

 

"The Training of the Mining Engineer," Science, N.S., November 25, 1904.

 

"Principles of Mining," The Mining Journal, June 5, 1909.

 

American Luncheon Club speech on aid to Belgium, December 18, 1914.

 

Drafts of memoranda, press releases, and correspondence regarding the U.S. Food Administration, 1917.

 

Summary of address to the American Institute of Mining Engineers, February 19, 1917.

 

Address to the Pennsylvania Scotch-Irish Society, March 1917.

 

"A Debatable Hypothesis," May 1917.

 

"The European Food Position," draft, May 10, 1917.

 

Address before the American Child Hygiene Association, October 19, 1917.

 

Drafts of memoranda, press releases, and correspondence regarding the U.S. Food Administration, 1918.

 

Memorandum on the U.S. Food Administration after the peace, November 1918.

 

Drafts of memoranda, press releases, correspondence regarding the U.S. Food Administration, November-December 1918.

Mixed Materials 150

Drafts of memoranda, press releases, and correspondence regarding food relief for Europe, February 1919.

 

Memorandum on relief of liberated peoples presented to the American Peace Commission, February 1919.

 

Memorandum discussing the mental attitude of the various allied countries towards Germany, February 1919.

 

Drafts of memoranda, press releases, and correspondence regarding food relief in Europe, March 1919.

 

Memorandum for the Supreme Economic Council on the situation in the old Austrian Empire, March 1919.

 

Drafts of memoranda, press releases, and correspondence regarding food relief in Europe, April 1-31, 1919.

 

April 1-24, 1919.

 

April 25-31, 1919.

 

Memorandum on food supplies to Germany, April 15, 1919.

 

"Dedication of Mesves," The Stanford Illustrated Review, May 1919.

Mixed Materials 151

Drafts of memoranda, press releases, and correspondence regarding food relief in Europe, May 1-31, 1919.

 

May 1-15, 1919.

 

May 16-31, 1919.

 

Memorandum on food supplies for Hungary, May 5, 1919.

 

Memorandum on plan for the rehabilitation of Europe, May 16, 1919.

 

Drafts of memoranda, press releases, and correspondence regarding food relief in Europe, June 1919.

 

Note on suggestions of various allies as to economic cooperation after peace, June 22, 1919.

 

Memorandum on the economic situation of Europe, June 30, 1919.

 

Memorandum on the economic situation of Europe, July 3, 1919.

 

Drafts of memoranda, press releases, and correspondence regarding food relief in Europe, July 1919.

 

Memorandum on demobilization of relief, July 7, 1919.

 

Memorandum on establishment of international organizations, July 1919.

 

Memorandum on repatriation of prisoners of war from Siberia and elsewhere, July 24, 1919.

 

Memorandum on typhus relief in Eastern Europe, July 30, 1919.

Mixed Materials 152

Drafts of memoranda, press releases, and correspondence regarding food relief in Europe, August-October 1919.

 

Letter to editor telling of future plans, San Francisco Call, October 1919.

 

Memorandum on children in industry, October 1919.

 

Address on Americanism, October 29, 1919.

 

"Governmental Thoughts," November 1919.

 

"Marketing American Surplus Food Production," Farm and Home, November 29, 1919.

 

Drafts of memoranda, press releases, and correspondence regarding food relief in Europe, December 1919.

 

Notes on peace, December 1919.

 

Memorandum on some economic problems in the world, December 1919.

 

Statement on political views, December 1919.

 

Statement on political intentions, December 1919.

 

Statement on the present food situation in Europe, December 27, 1919.

 

Speeches concerning health, education, and welfare, 1917-1928.

 

"Unto the Least of These, Child Welfare as the Foundation of Democracy," Sunset, February 1920.

 

Statement on political intentions, February 14, 1920.

 

"Three Million Starving Children Crying to America," Current Opinion, November 1920.

Mixed Materials 153

Cable to Brown concerning Russian relief, September 21, 1921.

 

"Colorado River," annotated typescript draft of telegram to M.C. Blanchard, 1925.

 

Message to the Republic Convention, The Woman Republican, July 1928.

 

"The Mission of the Young Men's Christian Association," Association Men, October 1928.

 

Letter to well-wishers following election, November 8, 1928.

 

"Americanism" and "On the Home," The Informant, March 1929.

 

Dedication of the Stanford Quad to David Starr Jordan, 1930.

 

"A Message to Teachers," Sierra Educational News, February 1930.

 

Statement praising Boy Scouts, Chest-O-Grams, April 1, 1930.

 

"The Boy," November 1930.

 

"The American Road," selected addresses, 1932-1938.

 

"Ideals in the Midst of Crisis," Review of Reviews, September 1932.

 

Memorandum on proposal for going off the gold standard, (unpublished). 1933

 

Memorandum on the federal budget, (unpublished). March 27, 1933

 

Memorandum on government-induced inflation, (unpublished). May 9, 1933

 

Memorandum for friends concerning the Disarmament Conference, (unpublished). May 20, 1933

 

Memorandum on the National Industrial Recovery Act, (unpublished). May 22, 1933

 

Memorandum on President Roosevelt's method of balancing the budget, (unpublished). May 26, 1933

 

Letter to Sherrill Halbert on the responsibility of the Republican Party, March 22, 1935.

 

Statement on the duty of the Republican Party, March of Time, October 28, 1935.

 

"Formula of Revolution," extracts from various speeches delivered between 1936 and 1942.

 

Statement concerning Dr. Townsend, January 30, 1938.

 

Remembrance of Vernon Kellogg in Vernon Kellogg, 1867-1937 (Washington, D.C., 1939).

 

"Shall We Send Our Youth to War?" The American Magazine, August 1939.

 

Speeches on Finnish relief, 1940.

 

Address at Stanford University, (announcement). April 4, 1940

 

"Two Great Reasons We Must Keep Out of the War," Liberty Magazine, June 15, 1940.

 

Press release on relief, August 11, 1940.

 

Address at Stanford Commemoration Exercises, October 1, 1941.

 

"Civilian Organization in War," January 9, 1942.

 

"The Problems of Lasting Peace," condensation of book, Reader's Digest, August 1942.

 

Memorandum on bottlenecks in war effort, September 1942.

 

Memorandum on steps toward peace, February 15, 1943.

 

Memorandum on Senator Burton's peace plan, March 1943.

 

"End of the Road," memorandum concerning food production, March 30, 1943.

 

Memoranda on the proper organization of the Food Administration, April 6, 1943.

 

Memorandum on meat administration, April 8, 1943.

 

Memorandum on the Pan American Union, April 15, 1943.

 

Memorandum on reciprocal trade treaties, May 19, 1943.

 

Memorandum on the Republican program, May 20, 1943.

 

Proposal to simplify the present rationing system, June 24, 1943.

 

Memorandum on minerals, June 26, 1943.

 

Memorandum on black markets in meat, June 28, 1943.

 

"Africa, Sentimental Annex to Palestine," The Answer, August 1943.

 

Draft resolution for Mackinac, August 31, 1943.

 

Article on British-American relations, October 1, 1943.

 

Memorandum on Moscow Declaration, November 1943.

 

"Politics Need Women" proposed article for Woman's Home Companion (not published), (?). 1944

 

"Republicans! A Call for a Free and Uncontrolled Convention," 1944.

 

Memorandum on the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Agency, February 3, 1944.

 

"The New League of Nations," June 22, 1944.

 

Memoranda on Republican accomplishments, July 1944.

Mixed Materials 154

Extracts from A.R.A. relief plans, 1945.

 

Talk on "Questions and Answers," March 31, 1945.

 

Memoranda and notes on food control, April 1945.

 

Memoranda on relief during World War I, October 1945.

 

Memorandum on foreign finances and loans, October 22, 1945.

 

Questions about the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Agency, November 15, 1945.

 

"Moral and Spiritual Recovery from War," American Scientist, July 1946.

 

Statement on the world famine crisis, July 17, 1946.

 

Statement about the use of UNRRA funds by Tito to finance the Yugoslav army, August 1946.

 

"Ebb and Flow of Civilization," for This Week Magazine, (unpublished). September 1946

 

"UNRRA as a Political Tool," September 1946.

 

Statement on CARE, March 1947.

 

Statement of thanks to American Friend Service Committee, April 1947.

 

Letter to Congressman Wolcott concerning the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, June 2, 1947.

 

"A Pursuit of Happiness," Talks, July 1947.

 

Address before the Stanford Business Conference (off the record), July 17, 1947.

 

Statement on U.S. alternative in world affairs, Bohemian Grove, August 1947.

 

Birthday statement, August 10, 1947.

 

Statement on world food shortages and the presidency, August 26, 1947.

 

Statement of thanks to Seventh Day Adventists, September 1947.

 

Message to Common Cause Inc. on German food problem, 1948.

 

Statements on free enterprise and food supply, January-March 1948.

 

Statements concerning the Marshall Plan, February 1948.

 

"Is the Administration's Proposal for European Recovery Sound?" Congressional Digest, March 1948.

 

"Plan for Palestine," Plain Talk, May 2, 1948.

 

"They Look to Us," This Week Magazine, May 2, 1948.

 

Statement at the National Committee on Monetary Policy luncheon in honor of the 100th year of Earlham College, June 3, 1948.

 

Comments to the Utah Chamber of Commerce, August 7, 1948.

 

Statement on the death of Babe Ruth, August 16, 1948.

 

Transcript of appearance on the television program, "Television Screen Magazine," September 25, 1948.

Mixed Materials 155

Memorandum and notes on Republican Party and conservation, October 1948.

 

Statement upon receiving Americas Award for 1948 for Contribution to Hemisphere Amity and Understanding, October 12, 1948.

 

Statement commending the objectives of the annual history awards program, October 29, 1948.

 

"Miracle of America," Woman's Home Companion, November 1948.

 

Tribute to Charles K. Field, November 1948.

 

Denial of alleged statement on Dewey's defeat, November 12, 1948.

 

"Federal Government Reorganization Will Save Billions," Vital Speeches, February 15, 1949.

 

Appearance at the Banshee Club Luncheon, April 26, 1949.

 

Statement about the role of ex-Presidents, June 2, 1949.

 

Statement about federal aid to education, June 26, 1949.

 

Appearance on Bill Stern's "Sport Newsreel," September 1949.

 

"Think It Over," Reader's Digest, November 1949.

 

Remarks before the Society for the Advancement of Management, November 3, 1949.

 

Address at the Lincoln Day Dinner, February 12, 1950.

 

"Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," May 16, 1950.

 

Annual inspection visit to Combined Metals Co., Caliente, Nevada, October 10, 1950.

 

Statement on the method of economic controls in World War I, February 5, 1951.

 

"My Boyhood Days," Collier's, February 17, 1951.

 

"Adventures Abroad," Collier's, February 24, 1951.

 

"Engineering's Golden Age," Collier's, March 3, 1951.

 

"I Never Wanted to See Europe Again," Collier's, March 10, 1951.

 

"Into the White House," Collier's, March 17, 1951.

 

"The Life of an Ex-President," Collier's, March 24, 1951.

 

"Memoirs of Public Life," Collier's, August 11, 1951.

 

"Battling the Early Black Market," Collier's, August 18, 1951.

 

"Food for 10,000,000," Collier's, August 25, 1951.

 

"Men Are Equal Before Fish," Florida Speaks, September 1951.

 

"Working for Woodrow Wilson," Collier's, September 1, 1951.

 

"Communism Erupts in Europe," Collier's, September 8, 1951.

Mixed Materials 156

"Advertising the Big Four," Collier's, September 15, 1951.

 

"Power Politics at the Peace Table," Collier's, September 22, 1951.

 

"Inside Harding's Cabinet," Collier's, September 29, 1951.

 

"Coolidge Prosperity," Collier's, October 6, 1951.

 

"Running Against Al Smith," Collier's, October 13, 1951.

 

Appearance before the Edward R. Murrow television show, (not released). December 1951

 

"My Best Wish for 1952," This Week Magazine, (unpublished). December 1951

 

Memoranda on comparative strength of air forces of the free world and of communism, May 14, 1953.

 

"Engineering as a Profession," Engineer's Week, 1954.

 

Suggestions to the Platform Committee at the Republican National Convention, August 5-17, 1956.

 

Statement on First Aid to Hungary, January 1957.

 

"How to Build a Better Tomorrow," This Week Magazine, May 26, 1957.

 

"What Is a Boy?" Ladies' Home Journal, October 1957.

 

Acceptance speech for receiving an honorary doctor of law degree from the University of the State of New York, Albany, (degree conferred in absentia, speech not delivered). April 25, 1958

 

Tribute to women, (speech not delivered). June 22, 1958

 

"Thank you, Miss Gray!" Reader's Digest, July 1959.

 

Speech material for the presidential campaign (not used). 1960

 

Address at dedication of Hoover Dike at Lake Okeechobee, Fla., January 12, 1961.

 

"The Inheritance of the Next Generation," Independence Hall, Philadelphia, June 27, 1961.

 

"Christmas Message," December 25, 1961.

 

Christmas message, (unpublished). 1961

 

Address before the Key Largo Anglers Club, April 1962.

 

Dedication address at the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, August 10, 1962.

 

"Fishing Presidents and Candidates," Stanford Review, May - June 1963.

 

Memorandum on history, July 28, 1963.

 

Statement at the Republican National Convention, July 13, 1964.

 

Views on liberty on his 90th birthday, August 10, 1964.

 

"Concerning Honor in Public Life," Reader's Review, n.d.

 

"Free Enterprise in the Social System," n.d.

 

Letter to the American University Magazine, n.d.

 

Memorandum on the dollar gap, n.d.

 

Memorandum on Walter Lippmann's proposals, n.d.

 

Off-the-record comments at the Overseas Press Club, n.d.

 

"School of Business Administration for the Pacific Coast," draft of a letter, n.d.

 

"The Scientists' and Engineers' Promise to American Life," extemporaneous remarks, n.d.

 

Statement on Cuba, n.d.

Mixed Materials 157

Compilation of public statements on various selected subjects, with subject index. 1920-1932,

 

Notable quotations and epigrams.

Mixed Materials 158

Manuscript drafts and galleys of books.

 

Addresses upon the American Road, miscellaneous drafts and galleys. 1948-1950,

 

Part I and table of contents.

 

Part II.

 

Part III.

 

Part IV.

 

Part V.

Mixed Materials 159

An American Epic, vol. I, The Relief of Belgium and Northern France. Drafts and corrected galley proofs. Typescripts, holographs, and printed copies, arranged by date of draft and thereunder by corresponding section in the published version.

 

Draft. Typescript and holograph, unsorted. November - December 1955.

 

Draft, Typescripts and holographs, unsorted. December 1955 - January 1956.

 

Part I.

 

Part II.

 

Part III.

 

"The Third Year." Draft. Typescript and holograph. January 1956.

 

Draft. Typescripts and holographs, unsorted. January - March 1956.

 

Part I.

Mixed Materials 160

Part II.

 

Part III.

 

Part IV.

 

Part VI.

Mixed Materials 161

Draft. Typescripts and holographs. April 1956.

 

"First Year."

 

Version A.

 

Version B.

 

"Second Year."

 

"Third Year."

 

"Fourth Year."

 

"Fifth Year."

 

"Miscellaneous Subjects."

Mixed Materials 162

Draft. Typescripts and holographs. August 1956.

 

"Second Year."

 

"Third Year."

 

"Fourth Year."

 

Version A.

 

Version B.

 

"Fifth Year."

 

Version A.

 

Version B.

 

"Miscellaneous Subjects."

Mixed Materials 163

Various chapters, unsorted.

 

Undated. Draft. Typescripts and holographs.

 

"First Year."

 

Part I.

 

Part II.

 

"Second Year."

 

Part I.

 

Part II.

 

"Third Year."

 

Part I.

 

Part II.

 

Part III.

Mixed Materials 164

Galley A, corrected. September 1956.

 

"First Year."

 

"Second Year."

 

"Third Year."

 

"Fourth Year."

 

"Fifth Year."

 

Summary.

 

Miscellaneous.

Mixed Materials 165

Galley B, corrected. October 1956.

 

Copy 1.