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Earl Browder Papers

An inventory of his papers at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Browder, Earl, 1891-1973.
Title: Earl Browder Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1879-1990
Quantity: 48.0 linear ft.
Abstract: Papers of the General secretary of the Communist Party of the United States from 1930 through its dissolution in 1944. When the Party was reconstituted as the Communist Political Association later that year, Browder was chosen as its President, however he was expelled in 1946 following a debate over Party leadership. Following his expulsion, Browder lectured and wrote about Marxism and represented Soviet writers and publishers for publication in the United States. Collection incluces correspondence/subject files (1879-1970) relating to Marxist philosophy, the workings of the C.P.U.S.A., Browder's role within the Party and to Browder's business ventures as well as legal files (1938-1958); manuscripts (1924-1967) of Browder and others, including Browder's manuscripts for articles, books, memoranda, news releases, pamphlets, reports, and speeches; and memorabilia including personal files and photographs of Browder and his family, and some colleagues. Notable correspondents include Roger Baldwin, Daniel Bell, Bruce Bliven, Rudy Blum, Louis B. Boudin, Juan Antonio Corretjer, Theodore Draper, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, William Z. Foster, Joseph Freeman, A.A. Heller, Lotte Jacobi, Alfred Kohlberg, Robert S. Minor, Tom Mooney, Paul and Eslanda Goode Robeson, Anna Rochester, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jack Selford, Joseph R. Starobin, I.F. Stone, John Strachey, Anna Louise Strong, Dirk Jan Struik, Norman Thomas, Harry Frederick Ward, Sumner Welles, and others. Also included is a holograph letter of greeting from Mao Zedong. The collection also includes Browder's personal library and other published materials.
Language: English, Russian, Spanish
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

Earl Russell Browder (1891-1973) was General Secretary of the Communist party of the United States during the height of its popularity, in the 1930s and 1940s and twice represented the Party as its candidate for President. Earl Browder was born on May 20, 1891, in Wichita, Kansas. He was the son of William Browder and Martha Jane Hankins Browder. His father was a teacher and farmer who was avidly Populist. Earl Browder had little formal education and went to work to help support the family. At the age of 15 Browder joined the Socialist party, but within a few years he moved on to the newly formed Syndicalist League of North America, led by William Z. Foster. He took courses in law and business and became manager of a cooperative store in Olathe, Kansas where he authored a manual on the principles of accounting for cooperatives. In 1917, Browder was convicted of espionage for speaking out against potential US involvement in World War I and following his release from prison continued to oppose the war and was again convicted and served a second sentence. Soon after he left prison in 1919, he joined the newly organized Communist party. He also went to work for Foster's Trade Union Educational League (TUEL) in New York City. In 1921 Browder and Foster represented the TUEL at the Red International of Labor Unions (RILU) in Moscow. Browder became a top aide to Foster. In 1926 Browder travelled to Moscow and then China as part of an international Communist labor delegation. Returning to the United States in 1929, Browder helped Foster become General Secretary of the party. When poor health forced Foster into semi-retirement in 1932, Browder succeeded to the party leadership. During the 15 years of his leadership, the Communist party grew from a membership of a few thousand to over 100,000 and gained both visibility and considerable respectability with Browder as its "face" and "voice". Browder was the Party’s candidate for President in 1936 and 1940, both times with James W. Ford as his running mate. In 1940, Browder was convicted of passport fraud and sentenced to four years in federal prison in Atlanta but his sentence was commuted by President Roosevelt after 14 months. In the election of 1944, Browder supported Roosevelt’s reelection and presided over the dissolution of the United States Communist Party and the formation of the Communist Political Association. In 1946, Browder and his brother William were both expelled from the international Communist Party. Following his expulsion, Earl Browder wrote and lectured and worked with Soviet publishers and authors to get their books published in the United States. Browder died in Princeton, NJ on June 27, 1973.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Earl Browder Papers consists of biographical material, correspondence-subject files, writings and memorabilia.

Biographical material comprises biographical sketches, obituaries and genealogical material.

Correspondence-subject files comprise approximately half the collection. Represented here are important individuals in the Communist and Socialist movements such as (Benjamin Davis, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, James W. Ford, William Z. Foster, Vito Marcantonio, Upton Sinclair, Norman Thomas and Mao Zedong). There are extensive transcipts of early Central Committee Plenum sessions (March, April 1930) and other early organizing meetings of the Communist Party USA and the TUEL. Correspondence with and reports about labor unions, other political parties ( American Labor Party, Henry Wallace's Progressive Party, Socialist Party), and organizations (International Labor Defense, National Council for Prevention of War ) are also well represented. Boxes 10 through 15 contain material directly relating to the Communist Party USA or to Communist parties in various countries including Canada, Cuba, Greece, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Spain and New Zealand. Also represented are a number of publications ( The Daily Worker, New Masses), publishers (Duke University Press, Haldeman-Julius Publications, Oxford University Press, OGIZ), and booksellers ( [Irving] Ephraim, O'Brien Antiquarian Bookseller), as well as educational institutions (Cornell University, New York University, Princeton University). Extensive legal files concerning Earl Browder's passport violation case (United States v. Earl Browder 22 USC 220) and Raissa Browder's deportation case (United States v. Raissa Berkmann Browder) are included. There is also family correspondence including letters to and from Earl Browder and his wife Raisa during Browder's time in jail. Correspondence of Browder's sons Felix, Andrew and William which is related to their own careers has been included in Memorabilia.

Writings contains articles (including letters to the editor), books and speeches, almost all on political topics relating to labor problems and/or Communism. Sample titles/topics include "The Communist Party and Civil Liberties in the United States," "How To Tell an Anti-Democrat and How To Beat Him," and "Cooperation with Communists." Of particular interest in this series are several versions of Browder's autobiography, which was never completed or published. There is a great deal of duplication of text among articles, speeches and pamphlets as Browder's speeches were often published in multiple forms.

Memorabilia includes address books, artwork, clippings about Browder from a wide range of publications, financial material, and photographs of Browder, both personal (family and friends) and political (Communist International 7th World Congress). Also included in Memorabilia are postcards which Browder brought back or sent to his sons for their postcard albums, printed material, a number of sound recordings, and travel souvenirs.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Biographical material, Correspondence-subject files and Memorabilia are arranged alphabetically by topic or subject. Writings are subdivided by type; within that, articles and speeches are arranged chronologically while books are alphabetical by title.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

There are no access restrictions on this material.

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

All audiorecordings have been digitized.

A number of published items were sent to Rare Books for cataloging. Please refer to SUMMIT, our main catalog and search on "Gift of Earl Browder" to locate these items. In addition, Rare Books has substantial cataloged holdings of Communist publications such as the New Masses, Communist International and Bolʹshevik. Please refer to SUMMIT, our main catalog for these items as well.

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Subject Headings

Persons

Adamic, Louis, 1899-1951.
Adams, Josephine Truslow.
Agapov, B. N. (Boris Nikolaevich)
Albizu Campos, Pedro, 1891-1965.
Alter, Victor, 1890-1941.
Alvarez del Vayo, Julio, 1891-
Amter, I. (Israel), 1881-
Anderson, Clinton Presba, 1895-1975.
Angell, Norman, 1874-1967.
Arze, José Antonio, 1904-1955.
Baldwin, Roger N. (Roger Nash), 1884-1981.
Baruch, Bernard M. (Bernard Mannes), 1870-1965.
Bassols, Narciso.
Bedacht, Max, 1883-1972.
Beneŝ, Edvard, 1884-1948.
Berii͡a, L. P. ‡q (Lavrentiĭ Pavlovich), 1899-1953.
Berti, Giuseppe, 1901-
Bessie, Alvah Cecil, 1904-1985.
Bethune, Norman.
Biddle, Francis, 1886-1968.
Billings, Warren K., 1893-1972.
Bliven, Bruce, 1889-1977.
Bloor, Ella Reeve, 1862-1951.
Blossom, F. A. (Frederick Augustus), 1878-
Boudin, Louis B. (Louis Boudianoff), 1874-1952.
Bransten, Richard, 1906-1955.
Bridges, Harry, 1901-1990.
Browder, Andrew.
Browder, Earl, 1891-1973.
Browder, Felix E.
Browder, Raissa.
Browder, William.
Brown, William Montgomery, 1855-1937.
Budenz, Louis F.
Cacchione, Peter V., 1897-1947.
Celler, Emanuel, 1888-1981.
Cerf, Bennett, 1898-1971.
Chambers, Whittaker.
Chen, Jiageng, 1874-1961.
Corretjer, Juan Antonio.
Coughlin, Charles E. (Charles Edward), 1891-1979.
Cousins, Norman.
Curran, Edward Lodge, b. 1898.
Dana, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1881-1950.
Darcy, Samuel, 1905-
Davis, Benjamin J. (Benjamin Jefferson), 1903-1964.
Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926.
Dedijer, Stevan.
Dennis, Eugene, 1905-1961.
Dirksen, Everett McKinley.
Douglas, Paul H. (Paul Howard), 1892-1976.
Dowling, Lyle.
Draper, Theodore, 1912-2006.
Dreiser, Theodore, 1871-1945.
Drinan, Robert F.
Dubinsky, David, 1892-1982.
Duclos, Jacques, 1896-1975.
Dutt, R. Palme (Rajani Palme), 1896-1974.
Dvorine, Israel, 1900-1989.
Eastman, Max, 1883-1969.
Eden, Anthony, Earl of Avon, 1897-1977.
Efries, Joseph.
Ehrlich, Henryk, 1882-1942.
Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955.
Field, Frederick V. (Frederick Vanderbilt), 1905-2000.
Field, Marshall, 1893-1956.
Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley.
Ford, James W., 1893-1957.
Foster, William Z., 1881-1961.
Frank, Waldo David, 1889-1967.
Freeman, Joseph, 1897-1965.
Gallagher, Leo.
Ganley, Nat, 1903-1969.
Gantt, W. Horsley (William Horsley), 1892-1980.
Garlin, Sender.
Gauvreau, Emile, 1891-1956.
Gold, Mike.
Goldman, Marcus I. (Marcus Isaac), b. 1881.
Green, Gil, 1906-
Gropper, William, 1897-1977.
Hall, Gus.
Heller, A. A. (Abraham Aaron), 1874-
Herndon, Angelo, 1913-1997.
Hoffa, James R. (James Riddle), 1913-
Houphouët-Boigny, Félix, 1905-1993.
Hsieh, Tehyi, b. 1884.
Hunt, R. N. Carew (Robert Nigel Carew)
Hutchins, Grace, 1885-1969.
Ibárruri, Dolores, 1895-1989.
Jacobi, Lotte, 1896-1990.
Jaffe, Philip J. (Philip Jacob), 1895-1980.
Jiménez Malaret, René.
Jordan, Virgil, 1892-1965.
Kalinin, M. I. (Mikhail Ivanovich), 1875-1946.
Keating, Kenneth B. (Kenneth Barnard), 1900-1975.
Kennan, George F. (George Frost), 1904-2005.
Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968.
Kent, Rockwell, 1882-1971.
Kohlberg, Alfred, 1887-1960.
Kōtoku, Shūsui, 1871-1911.
Lachatañeré, R. (Rómulo)
Lamont, Corliss, 1902-1995.
Lampe, Alfred, 1900-1943.
Lange, Oskar, 1904-1965.
Lannon, Albert Vetere, 1938-
Lash, Joseph P., 1909-1987.
Laski, Harold Joseph, 1893-1950.
Law, Richard Kidston, 1901-
Lazarsfeld, Paul F., 1901-1976.
Le Sueur, Meridel.
Lefkowitz, Louis J.
Lehman, Herbert H. (Herbert Henry), 1878-1963.
Levine, Isaac Don, 1892-1981.
Li, Lisan, 1899-1967.
Libby, Frederick J. (Frederick Joseph), 1874-1970.
Lieber, Maxim, 1897-
Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974.
Lipset, Seymour Martin.
Little, Herbert S. (Herbert Satterthwaite), 1902-1972.
Lloyd, William Bross, 1908-
Lombardo Toledano, Vicente, 1894-1968.
Lovestone, Jay.
Luce, Clare Boothe, 1903-1987.
Lumpkin, Katharine Du Pre, 1897-1988.
Lunacharsky, Anatoly Vasilievich, 1875-1933.
Lyons, Eugene, 1898-1985.
MacDermot, Niall.
Magil, A. B. (Abraham Bernard), 1905-
Mann, Tom, 1856-1941.
Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976.
Marcantonio, Vito, 1902-1954.
Marinello, Juan, 1898-1977.
Marty, André.
Maverick, Maury, 1895-1954.
McClure, Wallace, 1890-
McCormick, Anne O'Hare, 1880-1954.
McNaboe, John J., 1893-1954.
McWilliams, Carey, 1905-1980.
Merriman, Robert Hale.
Minor, Robert S.
Mitchell, Broadus, 1892-1988.
Mooney, Tom.
Morris, R. J. (Robert John)
Mostel, Zero, 1915-1977.
Mowrer, Edgar Ansel, 1892-1977.
Murphy, Frank, 1890-1949.
Nance, Ellwood C. (Ellwood Cecil), 1900-
Nearing, Scott, 1883-1983.
Ney, Lew.
Nobile, Umberto, 1885-1978.
North, Joseph.
O'Sheel, Shaemas, 1886-1954.
Pass, Joseph.
Pegler, J. Westbrook (James Westbrook), 1894-1969.
Pesenti, Antonio.
Pollitt, Harry.
Powell, Adam Clayton, 1908-1972.
Preveden, Francis Ralph, 1890-1959.
Quill, Mike, 1905-1966.
Rabello, Manoel.
Rajk, László, 1909-1949.
Rautenstrauch, Walter, 1880-1951.
Reid, Helen Rogers, 1882-1970.
Revyuk, Emil.
Rico, Dan, 1912-1985.
Riesel, Victor.
Robb, Roger.
Robeson, Eslanda Goode, 1896-1965.
Robeson, Paul, 1898-1976.
Rochester, Anna.
Rogge, O. John (Oetje John), 1903-1981.
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
Rossiter, Clinton, 1917-1970.
Roumain, Jacques, 1907-1944.
Rudensky, Red, 1898-
Russell, Richard B. (Richard Brevard), 1897-1971.
Rutledge, Wiley, 1894-1949.
Saltonstall, Leverett, 1892-1979.
Sayre, John Nevin, 1884-1977.
Schafer, John Charles, 1893-1962.
Schlesinger, Arthur M. (Arthur Meier), 1917-2007.
Schuyler, George S. (George Samuel), 1895-1977.
Seipp, Conrad, 1920-
Shub, Anatole.
Sinclair, Upton, 1878-1968.
Slochower, Harry, 1900-
Smith, Gerald L. K. (Gerald Lyman Kenneth), 1898-1976.
Smith, Vern Ralph, 1892-
Snow, Sinclair.
Sokolsky, George E. (George Ephraim), 1893-1962.
Song, Qingling, 1893-1981.
Spivak, Lawrence E. (Lawrence Edmund), 1900-1994.
Stalin, Joseph, 1879-1953.
Starobin, Joseph R. (Joseph Robert), 1913-1976.
Stern, Carl S. (Carl Samuel)
Stettinius, Edward R. (Edward Reilly), 1900-1949.
Stone, I. F. (Isidor Feinstein), 1907-1989.
Strachey, John, 1901-1963.
Strong, Anna Louise, 1885-1970.
Struik, Dirk J. (Dirk Jan), 1894-2000.
Tarasov-Rodionov, A. (Aleksandr), 1885-
Telford, Shirley, 1925-
Thomas, Norman, 1884-1968.
Thye, Edward John, 1896-1969.
Tito, Josip Broz, 1892-1980.
Toohey, Patrick, 1911-1982.
Trachtenberg, Alexander, 1884-1966.
Tresca, Carlo, 1879-1943.
Trimble, South.
Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972.
Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949.
Wallace, Henry A. (Henry Agard), 1888-1965.
Welles, Sumner, 1892-1961.
Wicks, Harry, 1905-1989.
Wilder, Isabel, 1900-1995.
Willkie, Wendell L. (Wendell Lewis), 1892-1944.
Wilson, Earl, 1907-1987.
Winchell, Walter, 1897-1972.
Windsor, Edward, Duke of, 1894-1972.
Wolfe, Bertram David, 1896-1977.
Yarborough, Ralph Webster, 1903-1996.
Young, Art, 1866-1943.
Zhdanov, Andreĭ Andreevich.
Zhou, Enlai, 1898-1976.
Ćopić, Vladimir, 1891-1939.

Corporate Bodies

American Civil Liberties Union.
American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born.
American Federation of Labor.
American Federation of Teachers.
American Labor Party.
American Labor Party. -- Progressive Committee
American League Against War and Fascism.
American Legion.
American Negro Labor Congress.
Associated Press.
Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.
Columbia University.
Communist International.
Communist Party (Algeria)
Communist Party (Argentina)
Communist Party (Austria)
Communist Party (Bolivia)
Communist Party (Brazil)
Communist Party (Chile)
Communist Party (China)
Communist Party (Colombia)
Communist Party (Costa Rica)
Communist Party (Cuba)
Communist Party (Czechoslovakia)
Communist Party (France)
Communist Party (Germany)
Communist Party (Great Britain)
Communist Party (Greece)
Communist Party (Haiti)
Communist Party (Honduras)
Communist Party (Hungary)
Communist Party (India)
Communist Party (Ireland)
Communist Party (Italy)
Communist Party (Mexico)
Communist Party (Morocco)
Communist Party (New Zealand)
Communist Party (Peru)
Communist Party (Poland)
Communist Party (Puerto Rico)
Communist Party (South Africa)
Communist Party (Spain)
Communist Party (Uruguay)
Communist Party (Venezuela)
Communist Party (Yugoslavia)
Communist Party U.S.A. (Opposition)
Communist Party of Australia.
Communist Party of Canada.
Communist Party of the Philippines (1930- )
Communist Party of the United States of America.
Communist Paty (Soviet Union)
Communist Political Association.
Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.)
Farmer-Labor Party (Minn.)
Fund for the Republic.
Haldeman-Julius Company.
Imperial War Museum (Great Britain)
Industrial Workers of the World.
International Fellowship of Reconciliation.
International Labor Defense.
League for Industrial Democracy.
League of American Writers.
Liberal Party of New York State.
Library of Congress.
McGraw-Hill Book Company
National Council for Prevention of War (U.S.).
National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee (U.S.)
National Federation for Constitutional Liberties.
National Lawyers Guild.
National Maritime Union of America.
National Religion and Labor Foundation (U.S.)
National Sharecroppers' Fund (U.S.).
National Women's Trade Union League of America.
Oxford University Press.
Philosophical library.
Princeton University.
Progressive Party (U.S. : 1948)
Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
Red International of Labor Unions.
Republican National Committee (U.S.)
Revolutionary Workers League.
Russian Social-Democratic Labour Party.
Rutgers University.
Socialist Party of the United States of America.
Socialist Workers Party.
Southern Conference for Human Welfare.
Town Hall, Inc.
Trade Union Educational League (U.S.)
Trade Union Unity League (U.S.)
Transport Workers Union of America.
Unión Nacional Sinarquista (Mexico)
United States Civil Service Commission.
United States Information Agency.
United States. -- Congress. -- House.
United States. -- Congress. -- Senate.
United States. -- Department of Agriculture.
United States. -- Department of Justice.
United States. -- Department of State.
United States. -- Federal Security Agency.
United States. -- National War Labor Board (1942-1945)
United States. -- Office of War Information.
United States. -- Office of War Mobilization.
United States. -- Post Office Dept.
United States. -- Superintendent of Documents.
United States. -- Works Progress Administration.
United States. Army.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
Workers Library Publishers.
Workers Party of America.
Workers' Defense League.
World Jewish Congress.

Associated Titles

Daily worker.
New masses.
Pravda (Moscow, Russia)

Subjects

Anti-Semitism.
Authors and publishers -- Soviet Union.
Authors and publishers -- United States.
Birobidzhan (Russia)
Communism -- Algeria.
Communism -- Argentina.
Communism -- Australia.
Communism -- Austria.
Communism -- Bolivia.
Communism -- Brazil.
Communism -- Canada.
Communism -- Chile.
Communism -- China.
Communism -- Colombia.
Communism -- Costa Rica.
Communism -- Cuba.
Communism -- Czechoslovakia.
Communism -- France.
Communism -- Germany.
Communism -- Great Britain.
Communism -- Greece.
Communism -- Haiti.
Communism -- Honduras.
Communism -- Hungary.
Communism -- India.
Communism -- Ireland.
Communism -- Italy.
Communism -- Mexico.
Communism -- Morocco.
Communism -- New Zealand.
Communism -- Peru.
Communism -- Philippines.
Communism -- Poland.
Communism -- Puerto Rico.
Communism -- South Africa.
Communism -- Soviet Union.
Communism -- Spain.
Communism -- United States.
Communism -- Uruguay.
Communism -- Venezuela.
Communism -- Yugoslavia.
Labor movement.
Labor unions -- United States.
Politics and culture.
Publishers and publishing -- Soviet Union.
Publishers and publishing -- United States.
Working class.

Places

Algeria -- Politics and government.
Argentina -- Politics and government.
Australia -- Politics and government.
Austria -- Politics and government.
Bolivia -- Politics and government.
Brazil -- Politics and government.
Canada -- Politics and government.
Chile -- Politics and government.
China -- Politics and government.
Colombia -- Politics and government.
Costa Rica -- Politics and government.
Cuba -- Politics and government.
Czechoslovakia -- Politics and government.
France -- Politics and government.
Germany -- Politics and government.
Great Britain -- Politics and government.
Greece -- Politics and government.
Haiti -- Politics and government.
Honduras -- Politics and government.
Hungary -- Politics and government.
India -- Politics and government.
Ireland -- Politics and government.
Italy -- Politics and government.
Mexico -- Politics and government.
Morocco -- Politics and government.
New Zealand -- Politics and government.
Peru -- Politics and government.
Philippines -- Politics and government.
Poland -- Politics and government.
Puerto Rico -- Politics and government.
South Africa -- Politics and government.
Soviet Union -- Politics and government.
Spain -- History -- Civil War, 1936-1939.
Spain -- Politics and government.
United States -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
United States -- Politics and government.
Uruguay -- Politics and government.
Venezuela -- Politics and government.
Yugoslavia -- Politics and government.

Genres and Forms

Art originals.
Art reproductions.
Articles.
Autobiographies.
Biographies.
Black-and-white photographs.
Books.
Calendars.
Color photographs.
Diaries.
Essays.
Financial records.
Government publications.
Histories.
Interviews.
Legal documents.
Legislation.
Letters (correspondence)
Maps.
Memoirs.
Newspapers.
Periodicals.
Pictures.
Poetry.
Postcards.
Realia.
Reviews (document genre)
Sound recordings.
Speeches.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Earl Browder Papers,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Finding Aid Information

Created by: --
Date: 2001-01-01
Revision history: 22 Jul 2009 - converted to EAD (MRC); 21 Jul 2011 - fully processed, updated (PRB); 25 Jul 2011 - minor subject term corrections (MRC); 11 Oct 2013 - sound recordings added (MRC); 23 May 2014 - sound recordings digitized (MRC)

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Inventory

Note on alternate formats:

All audiorecordings have been digitized.

Lists
Box 1 Lists of Browder material
Biographical material
Box 1 Bio outlines and published biographies undated
Box 1 Genealogy notes undated
Box 1 Memorial service 1973
Box 1 Obituaries 1973
Box 1 Personal documents
Correspondence-subject files
Box 2 A 1944-1947
Box 2 Abad Santos y Basco, José 1941
Box 2 Abe, Yukio 1950
Box 2 Abraham Lincoln School, Chicago, Illinois 1943, 1944
Box 2 Academy of Science of the USSR 1946
Box 2 L'Action Catholique 1943
Box 2 Adamic, Louis 1943
Box 2 Adams, C. B. 1946
Box 2 Adams, Josephine Truslow 1945, 1946, 1956, 1959, 1962, undated
Box 2 Aero Digest 1947
Box 2 Agapov, Boris 1950
Box 2 Agnoletti, Enzo Enriques 1958
Box 2 Ainsley, Sheridan 1946
Box 2 The Aircraft 1936 - worker-based union at Curtiss, Buffalo, NY
Box 2 Albizu Campos, Pedro 1936-1944
Box 2 Alexander, Gross Wilbur 1942, 1943
Box 2 Alexander, Robert J. 1950-1957
Box 2 All-America Anti-Imperialist League 1929
Box 2 All Union Central Council of Trade Unions 1946
Box 2 Allen, James undated
Box 2 Allen, Theodore William 1945
Alter, Victor
See Ehrlich Alter Case
Alvarez, G. Arnedo
See Communist Party, Argentina
Box 2 Álvarez del Vayo, Julio 1944
Box 2 Am-Rus Literary and Music Agency 1954, 1955
Box 2 Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America 1951, undated
Box 2 Amalgamated Plant Protection 1942
Box 2 Amalgamated Public Service Workers' Union undated
Box 2 Amerasia 1947
America First Party
See Smith, Gerald Lyman Kenneth.
Box 2 American Artist 1947
Box 2 American Bar Association 1945
Box 2 American Book Company 1948
Box 2 American Book Publishers Council 1946
Box 2 American Civil Liberties Union 1930-1952
Box 2 American Committee for Defense of Puerto Rican Political Prisoners 1937
Box 2 American Committee for Liberation 1958
Box 2 American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born 1939-1944
Box 2 American Committee for the Resettlement of Jews in Birobidjan 1937
Box 2 American Committee in Aid of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives 1943
Box 2 American Commonwealth Federation 1935
Box 2 American Congress of Industry 1942
Box 2 American Consular Service, Paris 1921
Box 2 The American Economic Foundation 1944
Box 2 American Exporter 1947
Box 2 American Federation of Labor 1933
Box 2 American Federation of Teachers 1939
Box 2 "American Forum of the Air," Mutual Broadcasting System 1946, 1947
Box 2 American Fund for Public Service 1929
Box 2 American Journal of Psychiatry 1947, 1948
Box 3 American Labor Party 1937-1953
Box 3 American Labor Party, Progressive Committee 1940
Box 3 American League Against War and Fascism 1933, 1934
Box 3 American Legion 1943
Box 3 American Library Service 1946
Box 3 The American Magazine 1943
Box 3 American Negro Labor Congress 1929
Box 3 American News Company, Inc 1948
Box 3 American Overseas Airlines System 1946
Box 3 American Retail Federation 1944
Box 3 American Review of Soviet Medicine 1947
Box 3 American Russian Institute 1943, 1947
Box 3 American Scientist 1947
Box 3 The American Scholar 1947
Box 3 American Slav Anti-Hitler Congress 1942
Box 3 The American Socialist 1957
Box 3 American Society for Technical Aid to Spanish Democracy 1937
Box 3 American-Soviet Musical Society 1947
Box 3 American Writers' Congress 1935
Box 3 American Youth Congress 1936, 1940
"America's Town Meeting of the Air"
See Town Hall, Inc.
Box 3 Amter, Israel 1942, 1942, 1945
Box 3 Analysis 1945
Anderson, Clinton P.
See United States House of Representatives Special Committee on Campaign Expenditures
Box 3 Anderson, Edith 1942
Box 3 Angell, Norman 1935
Box 3 Anthony Productions, Inc. 1971
Box 3 Anti-Communist legislation 1943
Box 3 Anti-Defamation League 1940
Box 3 Anti-Hitlerism and Latin America 1941-1943
Box 3 Anti-Semitism 1943
Box 3 Appelman, Mike 1939
Box 3 [D.] Appleton-Century Company, Inc 1946
Box 3 Arakcheyev, Alexey Andreyevich undated
Box 3 Archway Book Store, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1948
Box 3 Arco Publishing Company 1946
Box 3 Argentina 1943, 1944
Box 3 Argosy 1947
Box 3 Armenians in America 1942
Box 3 Army & Navy Journal 1947
Box 3 Army Ordnance 1947
Box 3 Aronow, Edward I. 1939
Box 3 Aronsberg, Emanuel 1925
Box 3 Arze, José Antonio 1942-1945
Box 3 Associated Press 1963
Box 3 Atlanta Constitution 1944
Box 3 Atlantic City High School 1948
Box 3 The Atlantic Monthly 1946-1948
Box 3 Auer, William 1945
Box 3 Auerbach, Isabel 1936
Box 3 Auld, James C. 1960, 1961, 1964
Box 3 "The Author Meets the Critics," WQXR Radio 1947
Box 3 B 1935-1955
Box 3 Bachrach, Marion undated
Box 3 Bacon Pamphlet Service 1948
Box 3 Baker, Hart E. 1945
Baker, Rudy
See Blum, Rudolph.
Box 3 [Walter H.] Baker Company 1947
Box 3 Baker & Taylor Company
Box 3 Baldwin, Roger 1941
Box 3 Bannister, L. Ward 1945
Box 3 Barden, Leonard 1957
Box 3 Baruch, Bernard Mannes 1926
Box 3 Bassols, Narciso 1942
Box 3 Bates, Ralph 1943
Box 4 [Eugene] Bechtold, Bookseller 1948
Bedacht, Max
See American Fund for Public Service.
Box 4 Bednarski, Sigmund 1943
Box 4 Beechhurst Press, Inc. 1947
Bell, Daniel
See The Fund for the Republic, Inc.
Box 4 Bell, Tom Jay 1943
Box 4 [Matthew] Bender & Company 1947
Box 4 Beneš, Edvard 1943
Box 4 Benjamin, Herbert 1942
Box 4 Berenson, Mitchell 1946
Box 4 Berg, Philip 1942
Box 4 Berkmann, Mary 1935-1962
Box 4 Berkmann, S.B. (Bernard) 1936-1938
Box 4 Beria, Lavrenty Pavlovich 1938
Box 4 Berkowitz, Sylvia 1954-1965
Box 4 Bernard, John Toussaint 1937
Box 4 Bernaut, Elsa 1961-1964
Box 4 Berti, Giuseppe 1944
Box 4 Bessie, Alvah 1942
Box 4 Bethune, Henry Norman 1938
Box 4 Biddle, Francis undated
Box 4 Billboard 1947
Box 4 Biller, David Wolfe 1946
Box 4 Birkhead, Leon Milton 1940
Birobidjan
See American Committee for the Resettlement of Jews in Birobidjan.
Box 4 Bishop, Rufus Walter 1944
Box 4 Bittleman, Alexander 1925, 1937, 1938, 1943, 1944
Box 4 Black Legion 1936, 1941
See also Ku Klux Klan
Bliven, Bruce
See New Republic
Box 4 Blossom, Frederick A. undated
Box 4 Blum, Rudolph and Lilly 1951-1970 (2 folders)
Box 4 Blum, Rudolph [?] writing as Ralph Bowman (pseudonym) undated
Box 5 The Bobbs-Merrill Company 1947
Box 5 Bohn, William E. 1945
Box 5 Bolivia 1944
Box 5 Bolivian Democratic Union 1944
Box 5 Bolshevik 1947-1949
Box 5 Boni & Gaer, Inc 1947-1949
Box 5 Bonnier's New York, NY 1948
Box 5 Bonus Book Club, Inc 1948
Box 5 Book Find Club 1943
Box 5 Bookbinding and Book Production 1946, 1947
Box 5 Books Abroad 1947
Box 5 "Books on Trial," WHN Radio 1946, 1947
Box 5 Boston Evening Transcript 1939
Box 5 Boudin, Louis B. 1943, 1951-1957
Box 5 Braman, Robert E., "Boston Coastwise shipping" undated
Branch, William E. (pseudonym)
See Browder, William (brother of E.B.)
Box 5 Brandt & Brandt 1946
Box 5 Bransten, Richard 1941-1944
Box 5 Brant, Neil 1943, 1944
Box 5 Brazil 1940
Braziller, George
See Book Find Club.
Box 5 Brentano's 1948
Box 5 Bridges, Harry Renton 1942-1946
Box 5 Brisman, Chaim 1946
Box 5 British Consulate General, Shanghai, China 1936
Box 5 Broadcast Music, Inc. 1946
Box 5 Brodsky, Carl 1943, 1946
Box 5 Bronx (NY) Workers Athletic Club 1930
Box 5 Browder, Andrew 1950, 1951, 1952, undated
Box 5 Browder, Anna (Mrs. James) 1937
Browder, Earl
Box 5 China visit 1942
Box 5 Subpoenas 1935-1955
Box 5 To Irene Browder 1935-1946
Box 6 To/from Irene Browder 1941, 1942, 1950 - letters from prison (3 folders)
Box 6 To/from family 1934-1942
Box 6 Browder, Felix 1930s
Box 6 Browder, Felix 1941-1951, 1953-1966 (2 folders)
Box 7 Browder, Frank G. 1956
Box 7 Browder, Gladys L. 1963
Box 7 Browder, Grace Ida Smiley 1945
Browder, Irene
Box 7 [General] 1950, undated
Box 7 To Earl Browder 1929-1937, 1945
Box 7 Condolences 1955
Box 7 Death 1955
Box 7 Browder, Jay 1937
Box 7 Browder, Julie undated
Box 7 Browder, Ralph Waldo 1937-1969
Box 7 Browder, Ruth 1939
Box 7 Browder, William (father of E.B.) 1919-1943
Box 7 Browder, William (brother of E.B.) 1926-1956
Box 7 Browder, William (son of E.B.) 1942-1964
Box 8 [Earl] Browder, Inc. 1949-1951
Box 8 [Earl] Browder, Inc. 1946, 1947 - lists, outlines and synopses of books offered (2 folders)
Box 8 Brown, Elizabeth Churchill 1955, 1957, 1964
Box 8 Brown, William Montgomery 1936, 1938, 1939
Box 8 [Curtis] Brown, Ltd. 1946
Box 8 Brown University Library 1948
Box 8 Bryan, Helen R. 1942
Box 8 Bryant Book Shop, New York, NY 1948
Box 8 Bubbenov, Michael 1948
Buck, Pearl Sydenstricker
See Lloyd, David.
Box 8 Buck, Timothy 1942
See also Communist Party, Canada.
Box 8 Budenz, Louis F. 1939, 1943
Buell, Raymond Leslie
See Foreign Policy Association.
Box 8 Bulgaria 1945
Box 8 Burke, J. Frank, Sr. 1939
Box 8 Burma 1943
Box 8 Burtan, Valentine Gregory 1940
Box 8 Business Girl 1947
Box 8 Business Men of America, Inc. 1945
Box 8 Business Week 1947
Box 8 Butler, John Marshall 1958
Box 8 Butler, Mary 1958
Box 8 Bynner, Harold Witter 1942
Box 8 Byrd, Harry Flood, Sr. 1957
Box 8 C 1930-1961
Box 8 Cacchione, Peter V. 1945
Box 8 California Department of Industrial Relations 1942
Box 8 California State Senate Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities 1948
Box 8 California v. Harry Jackson 1935
Box 8 Camp Ripley, Minnesota undated
Box 8 La Cancion de Stalingrado, Manzanilla, Cuba 1943
Box 8 Capitol Publishing Company 1947
Box 8 Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 1947
Box 8 Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh 1948
Box 8 Carolina Political Union 1938, undated
Box 8 Carpeña, Pépita undated
Box 8 Carter, Jimmy 1976
Box 8 Casselberry, Horace 1941
Box 8 Catholic Labor Alliance, Chicago, Illinois 1943
Box 8 Cattell & Co. 1949
Box 8 Celler, Emanuel 1944
Box 8 Cenacle Press 1948
Box 8 Central Committee of War Veterans Organizations of Yonkers (NY) 1944
Box 8 Central Missouri State College, Warrensburg, Missouri 1963
Cerf, Bennett A.
See Random House, Inc.
Box 8 Chafee, Zechariah, Jr. 1944
Box 8 Chamberlin, William Henry 1945
Box 8 Chambers, Whittaker 1952
Box 8 Chatto & Windus, Ltd., London 1960
Box 8 Chaunt, Peter 1937, 1957
Box 8 Chemical Publishing Company, Inc. 1946-1960
Box 8 Chen Chia-Keng undated
Box 9 Cheprakov, V. 1948
Box 9 The Chicago Sun 1947
Box 9 Chile 1940, 1943
Box 9 China 1942-1944
Box 9 China, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 1941
Box 9 China Aid Council 1942
Box 9 Chkalov, Valeri 1947
Box 9 The Christian Front 1940
Box 9 The Christian Register 1947
Box 9 The Christian Science Monitor 1947, 1954
Box 9 Church League for Industrial Democracy 1942
Box 9 The Citadel Press 1946-1948, 1963
Box 9 Citizens' Committee to Free Earl Browder 1941
Box 9 City College of New York 1948
Clark, Delbert
See What's On Your Mind?, WQXR Radio.
Box 9 [Charles W.] Clark Company 1948
Classic Comics
See Gilberton Company.
Box 9 Cleath, Robert L. 1962, 1963
Box 9 Cleveland Public Library 1948
Box 9 Cobb, Richard 1964
Cochran, Bert
See The American Socialist.
Box 9 Cockcroft, Julia Walcott 1941
Box 9 College Book Exchange, Toledo, Ohio 1948
Box 9 College Book Store, Ames, Iowa 1948
Box 9 Colliers 1944, 1945, 1947
Box 9 Colonial House Publishers 1947-1948
Box 9 Colonial Radio Corporation, Buffalo, NY 1943
Box 9 Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. 1944, 1946
Box 9 Columbia University 1946, 1947, 1962
Box 9 Columbia University Book Store 1948
Box 9 Columbia University Oral History Project 1964, 1971
Box 9 Columbia University Press 1946, 1948
Box 9 The Comet Press, Inc. 1948
Box 9 Commission to Study the Organization of Peace 1944
Box 9 Committee for Concerted Peace Efforts 1938
Box 9 Committee for Economic Development 1946
Box 9 Committee for the Promotion of Democracy 1941
Box 10 Communist International 1930
Box 10 Communist International Magazine 1934
Box 10 Communist Party, Algeria 1943
Box 10 Communist Party, American-Canadian Group 1929
Box 10 Communist Party, Argentina 1939-1946
Box 10 Communist Party, Australia 1944, 1945, 1948
Box 10 Communist Party, Austria 1935
Box 10 Communist Party, Bolivia 1943
Box 10 Communist Party, Brazil 1943-1945, undated
Box 10 Communist Party, Canada 1922, 1942, undated
Box 10 Communist Party, Chile 1936, 1940, 1942, undated
Box 10 Communist Party, China 1936, 1940, 1942, undated
Box 10 Communist Party, Colombia 1944, 1945
Box 10 Communist Party, Costa Rica 1943
Box 10 Communist Party, Cuba 1941-1948
Box 10 Communist Party, Czechoslovakia 1948
Box 10 Communist Party, Executive Committee of the Communist International 1931, 1939, 1943
Box 10 Communist Party, France 1942-1944
Box 10 Communist Party, Germany 1929, 1939
Box 10 Communist Party, Great Britain 1945, 1948, undated
Box 10 Communist Party, Greece 1944, 1946
Box 11 Communist Party, Haiti 1946
Box 11 Communist Party, Honduras 1944
Box 11 Communist Party, Hungary 1945, undated
Box 11 Communist Party, India 1938, 1942
Box 11 Communist Party, Ireland 1942, 1943
Box 11 Communist Party, Italy 1940, 1945, 1948, 1959
Box 11 Communist Party, Latin American Secretariat of the Communist International 1930
Box 11 Communist Party, Mexico 1930-1945
Box 11 Communist Party, Morocco undated
Box 11 Communist Party, New Zealand 1942, 1943
Box 11 Communist Party, Peru 1938, 1942
Box 11 Communist Party, Philippines 1936, 1938, 1945
Box 11 Communist Party, Poland 1948
Box 11 Communist Party, Puerto Rico 1934
Communist Party, Spain
Box 11 [General] 1938, 1943, 1944, undated
Box 11 Communist Party, Spain "Al Partido Communista de España de los Communistas de la XV Brigada Internacional" 1938
Box 12 Scrapbook 1936-1947
Box 12 Communist Party, Spain in North Africa 1941, 1942
Box 12 Communist Party, South Africa 1944, 1945
Communist Party, USA
Box 12 Bulgarian-Macedonian Bureau 1940
Box 12 Cadre & Review Commission 1948
Box 12 California State Committee 1942
Box 12 Central Committee 1937-1945
Box 12 Central Committee memoranda 1930, 1942-1945
Box 12 Central Committee Plenum summary of discussion 31 Mar - 4 Apr, 1930 (3 folders)
Box 12 Central Committee Plenum 1939
Box 13 Central Executive Committee, Trade Union Committee 1926, 1927 (2 folders)
Box 13 Chicago Convention 1923
Box 13 Conference of Miners 30 Apr 1927
Box 13 Constitution undated
Box 13 District # 2 1931
Box 13 District #8, Chicago, Illinois 1930
Box 13 Elections 1930
Box 13 Elections 1932
Box 13 Elections 1936
Box 13 Elections 1938
Box 13 Elections 1940
Box 13 Elections 1942
Box 13 Elections 1944
Box 13 Financial statements 1939, 1944
Box 13 Finnish Bureau 1929
Box 13 French pamphlet distribution 1943
Box 13 Language Federations undated
Box 13 Language work 1936
Box 13 Membership books 1930, 1942, 1943, 1945
Box 13 Membership drive 1944
Box 13 Monroe County, NY 1944
Box 13 National Committee 1938-1946
Box 13 National Convention (6th) 1929
Box 13 National Convention (7th) 1930
Box 13 National Convention (8th) 1934
Box 14 National Convention (9th) 1936
Box 14 National Convention (10th) 1938
Box 14 National Convention (12th) 1944
Box 14 National Convention (13th) 1945
Box 14 National Convention (14th) 1948
Box 14 National Convention (16th) 1956
Box 14 National Convention undated
Box 14 National Farm Commission undated
Box 14 National groups 1944
Box 14 National Training School 1930
Box 14 New York City Central Committee 1934
Box 14 New York State 1937, 1943-1945
Box 14 Ohio 1943
Box 14 Oregon 1942
Box 14 Pennsylvania State Committee 1943
Box 14 Plenum 1937
Box 14 Political Bureau 1930
Box 14 Political Committee 1927, 1929, 1939
Box 14 Press releases 1936-1943
Box 14 Registration 1944, 1945
Box 14 Secretariat 1930
Box 14 Workers (Communist) Party 1929
Box 14 Westchester, Putnam, Rockland (NY) 1946
Box 14 Unidentified reports undated
Box 15 Fragments undated
Box 15 Communist Party, USA opposition 1929, 1930, 1933, 1935, 1936
Box 15 Communist Party, USA and Earl Browder v. Daily News 1938
Box 15 Communist Party, USA v. Paul Peek, Secretary of State of California 1942
Box 15 Communist Party , USA v. McFadden Publications 1940
Box 15 Communist Party, Uruguay 1939
Box 15 Communist Party, Venezuela undated
Box 15 Communist Party Workers School 1925
Box 15 Communist Party World Congress of the Communist International (7th) 1935
Box 15 Communist Party Young Communist International 1923
Box 15 Communist Party, Yugoslavia 1947-1949
Communist Party of the USA (Majority Group)
See Communist Party, USA, opposition.
Communist Political Association
Box 15 [General] 1945, 1946
Box 15 Constitution 1944
Box 15 Election 1948
Box 15 Financial reports 1944, 1945
Box 15 National Committee 1945
Box 15 Massachusetts 1945
Box 15 New York State 1944, 1945
Box 15 Ohio 1945
Box 15 Press releases 1944-1949
Box 15 Western Pennsylvania , West Virginia 1945
Communist Review
See Communist Party, Great Britain.
Box 16 Community Church of Boston 1938, 1939
Box 16 Community Church of New York 1935
Comrade X
See Liberty.
Box 16 Confereration of Workers of Latin America (C.T.A.L.) 1944
Box 16 Conference to Coordinate War Efforts of Professional Men and Women 1943
Box 16 Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) 1938, 1946, 1947
Box 16 Congress of Industrial Organizations, Full Employment Committee 1950
Box 16 Congress of Soviet-American Friendship 1943
Box 16 Connecticut Conference on Social and Labor Leguslation 1942
Box 16 Continental Artcrafts, Weston, MA 1946
Box 16 Continental Congress of Authentically Democratic Parties 1943
Box 16 Cook, Gerald 1943
Box 16 Ćopić, Vladimir 1938
Box 16 Cornell University 1948
Box 16 Cornwall, Max, "Complete Index to 'A Textbook of Marxist Philosophy' " 1940
Box 16 Coronet Magazine 1947, 1954
Box 16 Correspondence Chess League of America 1956
Box 16 Corretjer, Juan Antonio 1942-1945
See also Pueblos Hispanos.
Coughlin, Charles Edward
See The Christian Front.
Box 16 Council for Pan-American Democracy 1939, 1944, 1945
Box 16 Council on African Affairs, Inc. 1944, 1945
Box 16 Council of American Associations of Commerce and production 1944
Box 16 "Court of Public Opinion," Dumont Television Network 1948
Box 16 Cousins, Norman 1946
See also Saturday Review.
Box 16 Cox, Eugene A. 1943, 1944
Box 16 Crane-Gartz, Kate 1938-1940
Box 16 Creative Age Press, Inc. 1946, 1947
Box 16 Criterion Books, Inc. 1957
Box 16 Croatians in America undated
Box 16 Crosbie, Paul 1945
Box 16 Crow, Carl 1938
Box 16 [Thomas Y.] Crowell Company 1946, 1947
Box 16 Crown Publishers 1946, 1947-1949
Box 16 Crowther, Geoffrey 1944
Box 16 Cuba 1943
Box 16 Curran, Edward Lodge 1938, 1939
Current Books, Inc.
See [A.A.] Wyn, Inc.
Box 16 Curtis Circulation Co., Inc. 1960
Box 16 Cuyahoga County Library 1948
Box 16 Czechoslovak State Council, London, England 1944
Box 16 Czechoslovakia 1942
Box 17 D 1942-1953
Box 17 The Daily Compass 1950, 1951
Box 17 The Daily Worker 1932-1947
Box 17 Dallas County (Texas) United Legislative Committee 1944
Box 17 Dallin, David J. 1955, 1956
Box 17 Dana, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 1946
Box 17 Dance 1947, 1948
Box 17 Daniel, Marion Price, Sr. 1957
Box 17 Darcy, Samuel 1939, 1941, 1942
Box 17 Davis, Benjamin J., Jr. 1942-1944
Box 17 Davis, Saville R. 1954
Box 17 [John] Day Company 1947
Box 17 Deakin, Frederick William 1963, 1964
Box 17 Dearborn (Michigan) Board of Education 1948
Box 17 Debs, Eugene
Box 17 Declaration of Interdependence 1944
Box 17 Dedijer, Stevan 1950, 1957, 1959
Box 17 Defense Committee for Civil Rights for Communists 1940
Box 17 Deleon, Daniel 1920
Box 17 Demidov, K. 1946
Box 17 Democratic Socialist Party (Hungary) 1956
Box 17 Dennis, Eugene 1943, undated
Box 17 Detroit anti-labor agencies undated
Box 17 Deutsch, Albert 1933
Box 17 Dial Press, Inc. 1933, 1942, 1946, 1947
Dies Committee
See United States House of Representatives Special Committee on Un-American Activities
Box 17 Dirksen, Everett M. 1946
Box 17 Disque, Brice P. 1954
Box 17 Distributors Guide, Inc. 1945, 1946
Box 17 Dodd, Bela V. 1949
Box 17 Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1946-1957
Box 17 Douglas, Paul Howard 1957
Box 17 Douglas, Wallace 1943, 1944
Box 17 Dover Publications 1947
Box 17 Dowling, Lyle 1942, 1943
Box 18 Drake America Corporation 1947
Box 18 Draper, Theodore 1955-1958, 1970
Box 18 Dreiser, Theodore 1942, 1944
Box 18 Drinan, Robert F. 1974
Box 18 Dryden Press, Inc 1947, 1960
Box 18 Dubinsky, David 1944
Box 18 Duclos, Jacques 1945, 1946
Box 18 Duell, Sloan and Pearce, Inc. 1946, 1947, 1960, 1961
Box 18 Duke University Library 1948
Box 18 Duke University Press 1946, 1947
Box 18 Dunn, Robert Williams 1942
Box 18 Dunne, William Francis 1930, 1938
Durant, Will
See Declaration of Interdependence.
Box 18 Dutt, Rajani Palme 1944, 1945
Box 18 Dvorine, Israel 1947
Box 18 E 1943-1968
Box 18 Eastman, Max 1942, 1945
Box 18 Economische Voorlichtingdienst 1947
Box 18 Eddy, Montague 1944
Box 18 Edelman, Irwin 1946
Box 18 Eden, Robert Anthony 1945
Box 18 [J. W.] Edwards Company 1949
Box 18 Efries, Joseph 1944, 1945
Ehrlich, Henryk
See Ehrlich-Alter Case.
Box 18 Ehrlich-Alter Case 1943
Box 18 Electronics 1947
Box 18 Embassy of the U.S.S.R., Washington, DC 1946, 1947
Box 18 Emergency Civil Liberties Committee 1954
Box 18 Emergency Conference for Aid to Spain 1938
Box 18 Emerson Books, Inc 1947
Box 18 Encina, Dionisio undated
Box 18 Encyclopædia Britannica Press 1947
Box 18 [Irving] Ephraim, Booksellers 1948
Box 18 Esquire, Inc 1954
Box 18 The Evening Star, Washington, DC 1948
Box 18 Ewert, Arthur 1937
Box 18 F 1940-1950
Box 18 Farm Journal 1947
Box 18 Farmer-Labor Association of Minnesota 1936
Box 18 Fascists in America 1937
Box 18 Federal Union, Inc. 1942
Box 18 [Mitchell] Fein Associates 1942, 1943
Box 18 Feingold vs. Board of Elections of Cook County, Illinois 1942
Box 18 Fellowship of Reconciliation 1936
Box 18 Fels, Samuel Simeon 1943
Box 18 Ferrucci, Jerome 1939
Box 18 Field, Frederick Vanderbilt 1944, undated
Box 18 Field, Marshall, III 1945, 1947
Box 18 Fieldman, Solon 1942
Box 18 Fine, Fred Morris 1942
Box 18 Finland 1919
Box 18 Fischer, Ruth 1953
Box 18 Fish, Hamilton, III 1938
Box 19 Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley 1940-1944
Box 19 The Folger Shakespeare Library 1946
Foner, Philip S.
See The Citadel Press.
Box 19 Food Industries 1947
Box 19 Footman, David 1959, 1960
Box 19 Forbes, May (Mrs. Hank) 1946
Box 19 Ford, James W. 1940, 1942, 1943
Box 19 Ford Hall Forum, Boston, Massachusetts 1937, 1960
Box 19 Foreign Affairs Magazine 1947
Box 19 Foreign Language Publishing House, Moscow, USSR 1951
Box 19 Foreign Policy Association 1938
Box 19 Forum Group undated
Box 19 Foster, William Zebulon 1923-1951
Box 19 Foundation for Economic Education, Inc 1948
Box 19 Four Continent Book Corporation 1948, 1949
Box 19 France (Vichy) 1940
Box 19 Frank, Waldo 1935-1937
Box 19 Franklin, Francis 1948
Box 19 Free World Association 1944
Freeman, A.C. (pseudonym)
See Chamberlin, William Henry.
Box 19 Freeman, Joseph 1956-1964
Box 19 Frequency Modulation Business 1947
Box 19 Friedman, Robert 1957
Friends of Democracy, Inc.
See Birkhead, Leon Milton.
Box 19 Friends of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade 1938
Box 19 Friends of the Debs Column 1937
Box 19 Friends of the Soviet Union 1930
Box 19 Fry, Varian 1945
Box 19 Fuller, Alvan Tufts 1927
Box 19 The Fund for the Republic, Inc. 1955-1957
Box 19 Funk and Wagnalls Company 1944-1947
Box 19 G 1939-1960
Box 19 Gaer Associates, Inc 1949
Box 19 Gallagher, Leo 1950
Box 19 Ganley, Nat undated
Box 19 Gantt, W. Horsley 1948
Box 19 Garlin, Sender 1943
Box 19 Garry, Shirley 1952, undated
Box 19 Gartz, Victor E. 1946
Box 19 Gates, Johnny 1942, 1964
Box 19 Gauvreau, Emile 1947
Box 19 Gazette des Beaux Arts 1947
Box 19 Gebert, Boleslaw Konstantin 1934
Box 19 General Motors Corporation 1937, 1948
Box 19 Gerard, Mary 1946
Box 19 Germans in the United States undated
Box 19 Gerson, S. W. undated
Box 19 Gerstovich, G. B. 1948
Box 19 Gilberton Company 1946
Box 19 [J.K.] Gill Co. 1948
Box 19 Gilmore, Eddy 1946
Box 19 Giraud, Henri Honoré 1943
Box 20 Gladkov, M. 1947
Box 20 Glamour 1947
Box 20 Global Press, Inc. 1947
Box 20 Gold, Mike 1941
Box 20 Goldman, Marcus I. 1943
Box 20 Goldway, Dave 1945
Box 20 Good Housekeeping 1947
Box 20 Gordon, Eugene 1944
Box 20 Gorman, Patrick E. 1944
Box 20 Green, Elizabeth 1940
Box 20 Grigoriev, Nikifor 1943
Box 20 Grolier Information Service 1947
Box 20 Grossman, Cornell 1945
Box 20 Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp. 1943
Box 20 Guardian, Cape Town, South Africa 1945
Box 20 H 1942-1960
Box 20 Haithcox, John P. 1967
Box 20 Haldeman-Julius Publications, Girard, Kansas 1947
Box 20 Hall, Gus undated
Box 20 Hall, Robert F. 1940
Box 20 Halula, Winifred 1963
Box 20 Hamilton College 1948
Box 20 Hammett, Molly 1961-1969
Box 20 Handler, Morton 1956-1965
Box 20 Hanson, Earl Parker 1946
Box 20 Harcourt, Brace and Company 1946, 1947
Box 20 Harper & Brothers 1946-1960, 1963
Harper's Bazaar
See Harper & Brothers.
Harper's Magazine
See Harper & Brothers.
Box 20 Harris, Thomas L. 1943
Box 20 Hart Publishing Co. 1948
Box 20 Hartman, George W. 1936
Box 20 Harvard Business Review 1947
Box 20 Harvard Cooperative Society, Inc. 1948
Box 20 Harvard Get-Together Club 1936
Box 20 Harvard Law Review 1947
Box 20 Harvard Student Union 1940
Box 20 Harvard University 1947, 1948, 1961
Box 20 Harvey Associates 1958, 1960
Box 20 Hathaway, Clarence A. 1930, 1938, 1940
Box 20 Headlines and What's Behind Them 1953
Box 20 [W.S.] Heinman & Company 1947
Box 21 Heller, Abe A. 1941-1952
Hemingway, Ernest
See Speiser, Maurice J. and Herbert A.
Box 21 [Norman W.] Henley Publishing Company 1947
Box 21 Herald Tribune Books 1946
Hervé, Pierre
See La Nouvelle Réforme.
Box 21 Hinman, Ithamar B. 1938
Box 21 Hofstra College, Hempstead, Long Island, NY 1962, 1963
Box 21 [Henry] Holt and Company, Inc., Publishers 1946
Box 21 Honduras undated
Box 21 Houghton Mifflin Company 1939, 1947
Box 21 Houphouët-Boigny, Félix 1946
Box 21 Housing Progress Magazine 1947
Box 21 Howard, Milton undated
Box 21 Hsieh, Tehyi undated
Box 21 Hudicourt, Max L. undated
Box 21 Hungary 1945
Box 21 Hunt, R. N. Carew 1958, 1959
Box 21 Huntington, Hester 1942
See also International Labor Defense.
Box 21 [H.R.] Huntting Company 1948
Box 21 Hutchins, Grace 1941
Box 21 Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., London 1947
Ibárruri Gómez, Dolores
See Communist Party, Spain.
Box 21 Imperial War Museum, London 1945
Box 21 "In Defense of the Bill of Rights" 1939
Box 21 Independent Workers Alliance of Minnesota 1938
Box 21 India Council for Freedom and Democracy 1942
Box 21 India News 1942, undated
Box 21 Indiana Unemployed Union 1935
Box 21 Industrial Association of San Francisco 1936
Box 21 Industrial Bulletin 1948
Box 21 Industrial Equipment News 1946, 1947
Box 21 Industrial Press, Inc. 1947
Box 21 Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) 1923
Box 21 Ingersoll & Brennan, New York, NY 1946, 1947
Box 21 Institute for Research in Biography 1947
Box 21 Institute of Pacific Relations 1942, 1951
Box 21 Institute of Public Affairs, Charlottesville, Virginia 1939
Box 21 Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences 1948
Box 21 Inter-Continent News 1940, 1943
Box 21 International Brigade Association 1942
Box 21 International Committee for Political Prisoners 1935-1947
Box 21 International Committee of Coordination and Information for Aid to Republican Spain 1938
Box 21 International Culture and Service Society, Shanghai, China 1948
Box 21 International Federation of Business and Professional Women 1944
Box 22 International Labor Defense 1929-1944
Box 22 International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union 1943
Box 22 International News Service 1956
Box 22 International Press Correspondence 1927
Box 22 International Publishers Co., Inc. 1947, 1948
Box 22 International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers of the R.I.L.U. 1930
Box 22 International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers 1941
Box 22 International Union of United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers 1942
Box 22 International Workers Order 1940, 1942, 1944
Box 22 Interscience Publishers, Inc 1946, 1947
Box 22 The Iron Age 1946
Box 22 The Island Press Cooperative, Inc. 1946
Box 22 Italians in America undated
Box 22 Italy Today 1945
Box 22 Izdatburo, Moscow, USSR 1945-1949
Box 22 J 1938-1946, 1964
Jackson, Harry
See California vs. Harry Jackson.
Box 22 Jackson, John 1920
Box 22 Jaffe, Philip 1947, 1954, 1959, 1962
Box 22 Januszewski, Frank 1945
Box 22 Jay, Norman 1943
Box 22 Jeffers, Minnie 1945-1962
Box 22 The Jefferson School of Social Science, New York, NY 1945
Box 22 Jencks, Clinton E. 1955
Box 22 Jewish Committee for a United American Labor Party 1943
Jewish Labor Committee
See Grigoriev, Nikifor.
Box 22 Jewish Life 1957
Box 22 Jewish Peoples Committee for United Action Against Fascism and Anti-Semitism 1943
Box 22 Jiménez-Malaret, René 1944
Box 22 The John Reed Society of Harvard University 1937
Box 22 Johns Hopkins Press 1946
Box 22 Johnson, Beatrice 1943
Box 22 Johnson, F. Ernest 1959, 1962, 1963
Box 22 Johnson, William N. 1947
Box 22 [Walter J.] Johnson Rare and Modern Books New York, NY 1947
Box 23 Johnstone, Jack 1929, 1934, 1940, 1942
Box 23 Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee 1939, 1942
Box 23 Jordan, Virgil 1940, 1944
Box 23 Jugoslav Workers Bookshop, Chicago, Illinois 1930
Box 23 K 1942-1964
Box 23 Kahn, Albert E. undated
Kamp, Joseph P.
See Headlines and What's Behind Them.
Box 23 Kansas City Star 1948
Box 23 Keating, Kenneth Barnard 1959
Box 23 Kennan, George Frost 1957
Box 23 Kennedy, Robert Francis 1954
Box 23 Kent, Rockwell 1939, 1942
Box 23 The Kenyon Review 1947
Box 23 King, Carol 1941-1948
Box 23 King, Eleanor 1946, 1947
Box 23 King, Paul H. 1943
Box 23 Kiplinger Washington Letter 1944
Box 23 Kiwanis Club of Yonkers, NY 1939
Box 23 [Alfred A.] Knopf, Inc. 1946-1948
Box 23 Knudsen, Hugo 1943
Box 23 Kohlberg, Alfred 1945, 1946, 1954
Box 23 Kotoku, Shusui 1944
Box 23 Kovnat, Sam 1943
Box 23 Ku Klux Klan 1940, 1942
See also Black Legion.
Box 23 L 1936-1963
Box 23 Labor Analyst 1946
Box 23 Labor Lyceum, Rochester, NY 1947
Box 23 Lacerda, Fernando 1944
Box 23 Lachatanere, Romulo 1943
Box 23 LaFollette, Robert Marion, Jr. undated
Box 23 Lamont, Corliss 1942, 1943, 1959
Box 23 Lampe, Alfred 1944
Box 23 Landy, Avrom undated
Box 24 Lange, Oscar Ryszard 1943
Box 24 Lannon, Albert Vetere undated
Box 24 Laptev, I. 1948
Box 24 Lash, Joseph P. 1963
Box 24 Laski, Harold Joseph 1938
Lasky, Victor
See Spadea syndicate.
Box 24 Latin America 1935, 1943, 1944
Box 24 Law, Richard Kidston (Baron Coleraine) 1942
Box 24 Lawyers Guild Review 1947
Box 24 Lazarsfeld, Paul 1945
Box 24 League of American Writers 1938
Box 24 League for Industrial Democracy 1934
Box 24 Lebedev-Polyanski, Pavel Ivanovich 1946
Box 24 Lefkowitz, Louis J. 1937
Box 24 Lehman, Herbert Henry 1942, 1958
Box 24 Lehman Corporation 1948
Box 24 Levallois, Maurice 1945
Box 24 Levine, Isaac Don 1935, 1945, 1947
Box 24 Lesueur, Meridel 1941
Libby, Frederick J.
See National Council for Prevention of War.
Box 24 Liberal Party of New York State 1946
Box 24 Liberty 1939, 1944, 1947
Box 24 Lieber, Maxim 1944
Box 24 Life 1943, 1945, 1947, 1948
Box 24 Linde Air Products Company 1946
Box 24 Lindley, Ernest K. 1938
Box 24 [J.B.] Lippincott Company 1947, 1948
Box 24 Lipset, Seymour Martin 1960
Box 24 Literary agents undated
Box 24 Little, Herbert 1950
Box 24 Little, Brown & Company 1946-1949
Box 24 Lloyd, David 1947
Box 24 Lloyd, William Bross, Jr. 1939
Box 24 Lombardo Toledano, Vincente 1945
Box 24 Look 1947
Box 24 Los Angeles County Law Library 1948
Box 24 Los Angeles Forum 1942
Box 24 Los Angeles Public Library 1948
Box 24 Los Angeles School of Social Science 1950, 1961
Lovestone, Jay
See Communist Party USA, opposition.
Box 24 Luce, Clare Boothe 1946
Box 24 Lumber Workers' Industrial Union of Canada 1924
Box 24 Lumpkin, Katharine 1946
Box 24 Lyons, Eugene 1945
Box 24 M 1940-1963
Box 24 MacDermot, Nial 1959
Box 24 Mackay Radio 1947
Box 24 The MacMillan Company 1946-1948
Box 24 Mademoiselle 1947
Box 24 Magazine House Publishers 1946
Box 24 Magazine of Art 1947
Box 25 Magil, Abe 1945
Box 25 Mann, Tom 1937
Box 25 Manning Association, North Billerica, Massachusetts 1922
Box 25 Mao Zedong 1945, 1948
Box 25 Marcantonio, Vito 1943
Box 25 Marinello, Juan 1941
Box 25 Maritime Workers Union 1938
Box 25 Markoff, Abraham 1937
Box 25 Marty, André 1944
"Marx-Lenin-Engels-Browder on America"
See Mindel, Jacob.
Box 25 Maverick, Maury 1940
Box 25 May-Bailey Bill (HR 1752) 1945
Box 25 McCall's Magazine 1947
Box 25 McClure, Wallace 1947
Box 25 [A.C.] McClurg & Company 1948
Box 25 McCormick, Anne O'Hare 1945
Box 25 McGraw Hill Book Company, Inc. 1944, 1946-1948, 1963
Box 25 [David] McKay Company 1949
McKenney, Ruth
See Bransten, Richard.
McNaboe, John
See New York Senate Judiciary Committee.
McWilliams, Carey
See California Department of Industrial Relations.
Box 25 Meadows, Ann 1959
Box 25 "Meet the Press," Mutual Broadcasting System 1946, 1949, 1950
Box 25 Mellon Institute of Industrial Research 1947
Box 25 Memorial Day Massacre of 1937 1937
Box 25 Menzel, Donald H. 1947
Meredith Press
See Duell, Sloan & Pearce, Inc.
Merrill, Lewis
See United Office and Professional Workers of America.
Box 25 Merriman, Robert Hale 1943
Merv Griffin Show
See Anthony Productions, Inc.
Box 25 [Julian] Messner Publishers, Inc 1947
Box 25 Metal Workers Industrial League 1929
Box 25 Mexico 1940
Box 25 Michigan CIO Council 1943
Box 25 Michigan State Library 1948
Box 25 Midol, Lucien 1944
The Militant
See Socialist Workers Party.
Box 25 Miller, Marion 1940
Box 25 Mills, Sheldon 1944
Box 25 Mindel, Jacob 1942, undated (4 folders of 6)
Box 26 Mindel, Jacob 1942, undated (2 folders of 6)
Box 26 Minor, Robert 1930-1945 (2 folders)
Box 26 Minot, Francis 1945
Minton, Bruce (pseudonym)
See Bransten, Richard.
Box 26 Mitchell, Broadus 1958, 1959, 1961
Box 26 Modern Music 1946
Box 26 Monthly Review 1950, 1956
Box 26 Moore Stationery Company, Topeka, Kansas 1948
Box 26 Morgan, Thomas H. 1946, 1950
Box 26 Morris, Robert John 1954-1957
Box 26 [William] Morris Agency 1955
Morrow, Felix
See University Books, Inc.
Box 26 [William] Morrow & Co., Inc. 1935
Box 26 Morse, Eugene 1942
Box 26 Mostel, Zero undated
Box 26 Mowrer, Edgar Ansel 1946-1948
Box 26 Murphy, Jack T. 1960-1963
Box 26 Murphy, Ray 1957
Box 26 Murphy, William Francis 1938
Box 26 Musette Publishers, Inc. 1947
Box 26 Musical America 1946
Box 26 Musical Courier 1946, 1947
Box 26 Musical Digest 1947, 1948
Box 26 Musical Quarterly 1947
Box 27 N 1930, 1946, undated
Box 27 Nance, E.C. 1938
Box 27 The Nation 1946, 1947, 1951
Box 27 Nation's Business 1947
Box 27 National Association of Authors and Journalists 1967
Box 27 National Association of Manufacturers 1942
Box 27 National Association of Secondary-School Principals 1939
Box 27 National Citizens Political Action Committee 1944
Box 27 National Conference of Entertainment Industry for War Activities 1943
Box 27 National Conference of Social Work, Cleveland, OH 1944
Box 27 National Conference of Union Labor legionnaires 1943
Box 27 National Council for Prevention of War 1937, 1938
Box 27 National Council of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions 1951
Box 27 National Council of Soviet American Friendship 1947
Box 27 National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee 1969
Box 27 National Federation for Constitutional Liberties 1942, 1943
Box 27 National Front of Liberation (Free French) Morocco 1943
Box 27 National Geographic 1947
Box 27 National Jewish Hospital at Denver 1945
Box 27 National Lawyers' Guild 1940
Box 27 National Maritime Union 1942, 1944
Box 27 National Religion and Labor Foundation 1936
Box 27 National Service legislation 1942
Box 27 National Sharecroppers Fund, Inc 1962
Box 27 National Socialist Press Service 1932
National Synarchist Union Mexico
See Sinarchismo.
National Unemployment Council
See Workers Alliance of America.
Box 27 National Union for Social Justice 1941
See The Christian Front
Box 27 National Wartime Conference of the Professions, the Sciences, the Arts and White Collar Fields 1943
Box 27 National Women's Trade Union League of America 1943, 1945
Box 27 Natural History Magazine 1947
Box 27 Nearing, Scott 1929, 1936
Box 27 Nebraska State Journal 1948
Box 27 Negro Freedom Rally, Madison Square Garden, NY 1945
Box 27 "Negroes in the Army" undated
Box 27 Nelson, N. J. 1946
Box 27 [Thomas] Nelson and Sons 1958
Box 27 New Century Publishers 1947
Box 28 New Committee for Publications 1946, 1947 (3 folders)
Box 28 New England Conference on Civil Liberties 1940
Box 28 New Leader 1935, 1942
Box 28 New Masses 1942, 1947
Box 28 New Republic 1938, 1943, 1946-1949
Box 28 New School for Social Research 1958
Box 28 New York Chamber of Commerce 1935
Box 28 New York City, New York Assembly Districts 1930
Box 28 New York City Board of Elections 1940
Box 28 New York Herald Tribune 1936, 1946-1948
Box 28 New York Journal and American undated
Box 28 New York Post 1948
Box 28 New York Public Library 1939
Box 28 New York Senate Judiciary Committee 1938
Box 28 New York State Constitution proposal for Constitutional Convention undated
Box 28 New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Ithaca, NY 1957
Box 28 New York Society of Security Analysts 1946
Box 28 New York Telephone Co. 1946, 1948
Box 28 New York Times 1943, 1946-1948, 1952, 1956, 1957, 1963
Box 28 New York University 1935, 1948, 1951, 1956
Box 28 The New Yorker 1947
Box 28 New Zealand Government Trade Commissioner 1948
Box 28 The News, New York, NY 1964
Box 28 Newsday, Garden City, Long Island, NY 1957
Box 28 Newspaper Guild of New York 1945
Box 28 Newsweek 1947
Box 29 Newton (Massachusetts) Community Forum 1939
Box 29 Ney, Lew (pseudonym) 1942
Box 29 "Night Beat," Dumont Broadcasting Corporation 1957
Box 29 Nikolauk, Domenica N. 1959
Box 29 Noble & Noble Publishers, Inc 1946
Box 29 Normington-Rawling, James 1962, 1964
Box 29 North, Joseph 1939, 1942, 1944
Box 29 North American Aviation, Inc 1943
Box 29 North American Newspaper Alliance, Inc 1946-1948, 1954, 1960, 1964
Box 29 [W.N.] Norton & Company, Inc. 1947, 1948
Box 29 La Nouvelle Réforme 1957, 1958
Box 29 Novy Mir (Новый Мир) undated
Box 29 O 1943-1946
Box 29 Oak, Liston M. 1945
Box 29 [Harold] Ober Associates 1951, 1952
Box 29 [F.M.] O'Brien Antiquarian Bookseller 1942
Box 29 The Observer, London 1963
Box 29 OGIZ, Moscow, USSR 1946
Box 29 O'Holloran, H.R. 1945
Box 29 Oklahoma Criminal Court of Appeals 1943
Box 29 Omnibook 1946
"Open Mind"
See WNBC.
Box 29 Opinion: A Journal of Jewish Life and Letters 1939
Box 29 Originator 1947
Box 29 Orthodox Old Catholic Church in America 1936
Box 29 O'Sheel, Shaemas 1942, 1944
Box 29 Oxford University Press 1946-1948
Box 29 P 1939-1947
Box 29 P.R. Club, Communist Party (expelled) 1947
Box 29 Packaging Parade 1947
Box 29 Pageant 1947
Box 29 Paine, Merlin M. 1960
Box 29 Pan American Labor Convention 1942
Box 29 Pan American Labor Federation 1943
Box 29 Pantheon Books, Inc 1946-1948
Box 29 Panvor 1937
Box 29 Parents' Magazine 1947
Box 29 Park Theatre, New York, NY 1879
Box 29 Parkway Community Council, Brooklyn, NY 1947, 1949, 1951
Partido Socialista Popular de Cuba
See Communist Party, Cuba.
Box 29 Pass, Joseph 1934
Box 29 Pasadena City Schools 1948
Box 29 Passaic Public Library 1948
Box 29 Patterson, William L. 1942
Box 29 Peace Book Company, Hong Kong 1967
Box 29 Pease, John William Beaumont (Lord Wardington) 1944
Box 30 Pegler, Westbrook 1934-1942
Pell, Mike (pseudonym)
See Appelman, Mike.
Box 30 Penguin Books, Inc. 1946, 1947
Box 30 Pennsylvania Congress for American Liberties 1941
Box 30 Pennypacker, Anna M.W. 1943
Box 30 People of the State of New York vs. Morris U. Schappes 1943
Box 30 People's Educational Association 1944
Box 30 People's Institute of Applied Religion, Inc. 1944
Box 30 Pesenti, Antonio undated
Box 30 Phillips, Walton D. 1944
Box 30 Philosophical Library, Inc. 1947, 1948
Box 30 Pinpin Cooperative Press, Manila, Philippines undated
Box 30 Pitman Publishing Corporation 1947
Box 30 Pittsburgh Central Labor Union 1935
Box 30 P M Daily 1942, 1946, 1947
Box 30 Pocket Books, Inc. 1947
Box 30 Poland 1937
Box 30 Poles in the USA undated
Box 30 Polish Telegraph Agency, London, England 1945
Box 30 Polish Workers' Party 1945
Box 30 Political Information Bulletin 1938
Box 30 Political Science Quarterly 1963
Box 30 Poll tax 1943
Box 30 Pollitt, Harry 1943
Box 30 Poltorak, A. 1952
Box 30 Popular Science 1947
Box 30 Post-Hall Syndicate, Inc 1952
Box 30 Post-War Forum 1945
Box 30 Post-War Planning 1942
Box 30 Powell, Adam Clayton, Jr. 1950
Box 30 Pravda 1938-1942
Box 30 Prentice-Hall, Inc. 1947, 1948
Box 30 President's War Relief Control Board 1944
Box 30 Preveden, Francis R. 1946
Box 30 Princeton University Library 1947
Box 30 Princeton University Press 1946-1949
Box 30 Princeton University Store 1948
Box 30 The Progressive 1947
Box 30 Progressive Architecture 1947
Box 30 Progressive Citizens of America 1946, 1947
Box 30 Progressive Party 1948
Box 30 The Protestant 1948
Box 30 Public Affairs Committee, Inc. 1949
Box 30 Publishers' Weekly 1946
Box 30 Pueblos Hispanos 1944
See also Corretjer, Juan Antonio.
Box 30 Puerto Rico 1943
Box 30 Q 1937, 1943-1945, 1956
Box 30 Quarterly Review of Literature 1947
Box 30 Quigley Publications 1947
Box 30 Quill, Michael J. 1950, 1956
Box 31 R 1942-1946
Box 31 Rabello, Manoel 1943
Box 31 Ragland, James 1968
Box 31 Railroad Magazine 1939
Box 31 Railway Labor Executives' Association 1943
Box 31 Rajk, Laszlo 1949
Box 31 Random House, Inc. 1938, 1946, 1947
Box 31 Ransdell, Inc., Publishers 1947
Box 31 Rautenstrauch, Walter 1942
Rawling, James Normington
See Normington-Rawling, James.
Box 31 Rayden, Sid 1943
Box 31 RCA Communications, Inc 1946
Box 31 The Reader's Press, Inc. 1946
Box 31 Reader's Scope 1945-1948
Box 31 Red International Committee of the United States and Canada 1923
Box 31 Red International of Labor Unions 1923-1930
Box 31 Red International of Labor Unions International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers 1931
Box 31 Reed, Ferdinanda W. 1942, 1945
Box 31 Reeve, Karl 1930
Box 31 [Henry] Regnery Company 1954
Box 31 Reichstag Fire Trial Anniversary, Carnegie Hall 22 Dec 1943
Box 31 Reid, Helen Rogers 1936
Box 31 Reinhold Publishing Corporation 1946
Box 31 Reinstein, Boris 1935
Reitman, Alan
See American Civil Liberties Union.
Box 31 Religion and Communism undated
Box 31 Remsen Press undated
Box 31 The Reporter 1953
Box 31 Republic Steel Corporation 1938
Box 31 Republican National Committee 1940
Research Bureau for Postwar Economics
See Russian Economic Institute.
Box 31 Research Institute of America 1946
Box 31 Revolutionary Worker's League 1936
Box 31 Revyuk, Emil 1942
Box 31 Reynall and Hitchcock, Inc. 1946, 1947
Box 31 Richard, Christian M.B. 1938
See also Declaration of Interdependence.
Box 31 Richards, Augustus L. 1942, 1943
Box 31 Richards, Paul C. 1961-1964
Box 31 Riesel, Victor 1956
Box 31 Ripps, Lillian 1942
Box 31 Robb, Roger 1951
Box 31 Robeson, Eslanda Goode 1944
Box 31 Robeson, Paul 1944
Box 31 Robinson, Earl 1943
Roca, Blas
See Communist Party, Cuba.
Box 31 Rochester, Anna 1943, 1945
Box 31 [H.G.] Roebuck and Son, Inc. 1955
Box 31 Rogge, O. John 1939-1964
Box 32 Roman Catholic Church 1938, 1939
Box 32 Roosevelt, Eleanor 1939, 1944, 1945
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano
Box 32 Outgoing 1942, 1943
Box 32 Incoming 1936-1943
Box 32 The [Franklin D.] Roosevelt Series (NBC TV) 1962
Box 32 Roosevelt Victory Bandwagon, New York 1944
Box 32 Ross, Lawrence 1930
Box 32 Rossiter, Clinton 1955, 1957
Box 32 Rougier, Louis undated
Box 32 Roumain, Jacques 1944, 1945
Box 32 Roy Publishers 1946
Box 32 Rucker, James Bernard 1943
Box 32 Rudensky, Morris "Red" 1943
Box 32 Russell, Richard Brevard, Jr. 1957
Box 32 Russian Economic Institute 1944
Box 32 Russian Social Democratic Party 1924
Box 32 Russian War Relief, Inc. 1943
Box 32 Rutgers University 1957
Box 32 Rutledge, Wiley Blount, Jr. 1944
Box 32 Ryack, Stephen 1960
Box 32 Ryan, Frank 1940
Box 32 Ryan, James G. 1972
Box 32 S 1943-1960
Box 32 Sage, James 1943
Box 32 St. Louis Post Dispatch 1948
Box 32 Sanders, Gabe 1949
Box 32 The Sandpiper Press 1946, 1947
Box 32 The Saturday Review 1946-1948, 1952
See Cousins, Norman.
Box 32 [W.B.] Saunders Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1947
Box 32 Sayre, John Nevin 1945
Box 32 Schafer, John Charles 1939
Schlesinger, Arthur M., Jr.
See Public Affairs Committee, Inc.
Box 32 [Henry] Schuman, Inc. 1947
Box 32 Schuyler, George Samuel 1945
Box 32 Science and Society 1942, 1947
Box 32 Science Illustrated 1947
Box 32 Science Press 1949
Box 32 Scientific American 1947
Box 32 Scientific Monthly 1947
Box 32 Scott, John 1962
Box 32 [William R.] Scott, Inc. 1947
Box 32 [Charles] Scribner's Sons 1949
Box 32 Seattle (Washington) School District 1948
Box 32 Seipp, Conrad 1939
Box 32 Selford, Jack 1961-1970 (3 folders)
Box 33 Sentman, Robert M. 1942
Box 33 Shanghai Tiffin Club, New York 1945
Box 33 Shapiro, Aaron 1945, 1953
Box 33 Sheppard, R. Burton 1937
Box 33 Sheridan House, Inc. 1946-1949
Box 33 Sherman, Ray W. 1948
Box 33 Shoaf, George Henry 1951, 1953
Box 33 Shub, Anatole 1957
Box 33 Shuster, Zechariah 1940
Box 33 Simmonds, H. R. 1944
Box 33 Simon and Schuster, Inc. 1946-1949
Box 33 Sinarchismo 1942
Box 33 Sinclair, Upton 1943
Box 33 The Slavic American 1948
Box 33 [William] Sloane Associates, Inc 1948
Box 33 Slochower, Harry 1945, 1946
Box 33 Slonim, J. 1940
Box 33 Slonimsky, Nicholas 1947
Box 33 Sluszka, Sigmund J. 1946
Box 33 Smith, Gerald Lyman Kenneth 1942, 1943
Box 33 Smith, Vern Ralph 1948
Box 33 Smullin, Isaac M. 1960
Box 33 Smyth, F. Hastings 1943
Box 33 Snow, Sinclair 1957
Box 33 Sochen, Freada 1955
Social Justice
See The Christian Front.
"Socialism and Communism in the U.S.A."
See Mindel, Jacob.
Box 33 Socialist Party of Chile 1942, 1943
Box 33 Socialist Party of Cuyahoga County (Ohio) 1935
Box 33 Socialist Party of Indiana 1946
Box 33 Socialist Party, USA 1935-1939
Box 34 Socialist Workers Party 1943, 1944
Box 34 Socoloff, Joseph 1943
Box 34 Sokolsky, George Ephraim 1940-1945
Box 34 Solis Manufacturers & Importers, Havana, Cuba 1947
Box 34 Sorin, Vladimir I. 1931
Box 34 Soong Ching-ling 1942, 1943
Box 34 South America 1943
Box 34 Southern Conference for Human Welfare 1958
Box 34 Soviet Purchasing Commission 1946
Box 34 Soviet Russia Today 1947-1949
Box 34 Spachner, Leopold 1946
Box 34 Spadea syndicate 1953
Box 34 Spanish Nazi organizations in Mexico 1941
Box 34 Spanish Refugee Relief Campaign 1939
Box 34 Sparks, Nemmy 1941
Spectorsky, Auguste C.
See Twentieth Century Fox Films Corporation.
Box 34 Speiser, Maurice J. and Herbert A. 1947
Spivak, Lawrence
See Meet the Press.
Box 34 Springfield (Massachusetts) Sunday Union and Republican 1943
Box 34 Stachek, Jacob "Jack"
Box 34 Stalin, Joseph 1941 - incoming only
Box 34 Standard Oil Corporation 1940
Box 34 Starobin, Joseph R. 1956-1959
Box 34 State Department Employee Loyalty Investigation 1950
Box 34 Stechert-Hafner, Inc 1948
Box 34 Stedman, Seymour 1917, 1943
Box 34 Stenographers, Typewriters, Bookkeepers and Assistants Union of Kansas City 1915
Box 34 Stern, Carl S. 1943
Box 34 Stettinius, Edward, Jr 1944
Box 34 Stone, Allen 1963
Box 34 Stone, Isidor Feinstein 1954-1957
Box 34 Strachey, Celia undated
Box 34 Strachey, John 1957
Box 34 Strecker, Joseph George 1938
Box 34 Strobell, Caroline Lloyd 1939
Box 34 Strong, Anna Louise 1925, 1943, 1951-1953
Box 34 Strother, Shelby F. 1939
Box 34 Struik, Dirk Jan 1942, 1945, 1946
Box 34 Stryker, George P. 1956-1958
Box 34 Sullivan, Edward Francis 1938
Box 34 Summit Press, Publishers 1946
Box 34 Superior School of Commerce, Quebec 1948
Box 34 Survey 1964
Box 34 Survey Associates, Inc. 1947
Box 34 Swing, Raymond Gram 1943
Box 34 Sylvis, William H. undated
Box 34 Syracuse University Library 1970
Box 35 T 1937-1962
Taft, Clinton J.
See American Civil Liberties Union.
Box 35 Tallentyre, Molly undated
Box 35 Tarasov-Rodinov, Aleksandr 1932
Box 35 Telford, Shirley 1960
Box 35 The Tennessee Group (Marxist) 1946
Box 35 Tested Toy Laboratory 1946
Thackery, Ted O.
See The Daily Compass.
Box 35 Theatre Arts 1947
Box 35 This Week Magazine 1947
Box 35 Thomas, Ben 1940
Box 35 Thomas, Norman 1934-1939, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1957, 1963
Box 35 [Charles C.] Thomas, Publisher 1947
Box 35 Time 1948, 1951
Box 35 Tito, Josip Broz 1947
Box 35 Toohey, Patrick 1941, 1943, 1945
Box 35 Totten, Edward P. 1948
Box 35 Town Hall, Inc. 1939, 1943-1947
Box 35 Trachtenberg, Alexander 1936, 1942
Box 35 Trade Union Educational League 1923-1927
Box 35 Trade Union Unity League 1930
Box 35 Trade unions, post World War II 1947-1949
Box 35 Translators (Russian-English) 1946, 1947
Box 35 Transport Workers' Union of America 1948-1950 (2 folders)
Box 35 Travel 1947
Box 36 Tresca, Carlo 1943
Box 36 Trimble, South 1940
Box 36 Trotskyites (militant) 1939, 1940
Box 36 Trud (Труд) 1937, 1938
Box 36 Truman, Harry S. 1945 - incoming only
Box 36 Turner, Nina Winona Browder
Box 36 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation 1946
Box 36 U.S. Camera 1947
Box 36 U.S. Committee Against Militarization undated
Box 36 Ukrainians in America 1953, undated
Box 36 Unemployment Insurance Act 1930
Box 36 Unger, Abraham 1942
Union Democratica Boliviana
See Communist Party, Bolivia.
Box 36 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Consulate New York, NY 1948
Box 36 United Asia Magazine 1949
Box 36 United Auto Workers 1944
Box 36 United Automobile Workers of America
Box 36 United Christian Council for Democracy 1944
Box 36 United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America 1945
Box 36 United Labor Council of America 1923
Box 36 United Labor May Day Committee 1936
Box 36 United Mine Workers of America 1943
Box 36 United Nations World 1947
Box 36 United Office and Professional Workers of America 1944-1946
United Polish Workers Party
See Communist Party, Poland.
Box 36 United Spanish Women Committee 1940
Box 36 United State Publishing (OGIZ), Soviet Union 1947
Box 36 United States Army 1942, 1943
Box 36 United States Army Medical Library 1946
Box 36 United States Army Procurement and Accounting Division 1948
Box 36 United States Civil Service Commission 1944
Box 36 United States Department of Agriculture 1930, 1942, 1943
Box 36 United States Department of Agriculture, Section on Agronomy 1948
Box 36 United States Department of Justice 1939, 1943, 1949
Box 36 United States Department of Justice Foreign Agent Registration 1946-1949
Box 36 United States Department of State 1939, 1947, 1949
See also Welles, Benjamin Sumner.
Box 36 United States Department of State, Division of Controls 1939
Box 36 United States Department of State, Division of Northern European Affairs 1944
Box 36 United State Department of State, Passport Office 1958
Box 37 United States Federal Security Agency 1942
Box 37 United States Information Agency 1957
Box 37 United States Government Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents 1947
Box 37 United States House of Representatives, Congressional Committee for the Protection of Consumers 1943
Box 37 United States House of Representatives, Special Committee on Un-American Activities 1939
Box 37 United States House of Representatives, Special Committee on Campaign Expenditures 1944
Box 37 United States Library of Congress 1946, 1948
Box 37 United States Library of Congress, Copyright Office 1945-1948
Box 37 The United States News 1939
Box 37 United States Office of War Information 1942
Box 37 United States Office of War Mobilization 1942
Box 37 United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia 1941
Box 37 United Staes Penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kansas 1936
Box 37 United States Post Office Department 1944, 1947
Box 37 United States Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1943
Box 37 United States relations with the Soviet Union 1941, 1942
Box 38 United States Selective Service System 1940
Box 38 United States Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Subcommittee Investigating the State Department 1950
Box 38 United States Senate Committee on Government Operations 1953
Box 38 United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary 1955
Box 38 United States Treasury Department, Bureau of Customs 1948
United States v. Earl Browder 2 USC 192 (1951)
Box 38 "Contempt of Congress: The Trial of Earl Browder" 1951
Box 38 Indictment 1950
Box 38 Lawyers' notes 1951
Box 38 Motion for directed verdict 1951
Box 38 Motion to dismiss 1951
Box 38 Publicity 1951
Box 38 Transcripts 1951
United States v. Earl Browder 22 USC 220 (1940)
Box 39 Appeal 1940
Box 39 Clemency 1942
Box 39 Lawyers' notes and correspondence 1940
Prison release congratulations
Box 39 A-Z 1942 (4 folders)
Box 40 Unsigned 1942
Box 40 Communist Party branches 1942
Box 40 Organizations 1942
Box 40 Unions 1942
Box 41 United States v. Earl Russell Browder, etc 1940
Box 41 United States v. Irene Raissa Browder and Earl Browder 1952-1954 (2 folders)
United States v. Raissa Berkmann Browder
Box 41 Briefs, memoranda, supporting documents 1940-1943
Box 41 Clippings 1943, 1944
Box 41 Drafts of letters, memos, reports 1943, 1944
Box 41 Letters, unfavorable 1943, 1944
Letters of support
Box 41 Church groups 1943, 1944
Box 41 Individuals 1943, 1944
Box 41 Organizations 1943, 1944
Box 42 Unions 1943, 1944
Box 42 Women 1943, 1944
Box 42 Transcripts 1943, 1944
Box 42 United States vs. Michael Obermeier 8 USC 746 (1948) 1950
Box 42 United States v. Welwel Waszower 312 USC 342 (1941) 1940, 1941
Box 42 United States War Labor Administration 1936
Box 42 United States War Manpower Commission 1942
Box 42 United States War Production Board 1942, 1943
Box 42 United States Works Progress Administration, Adult Education Program 1937
Box 42 United War Veterans 1939
Box 42 Universal Oil Products Company 1946
Box 42 University Book Store, Seattle, Washington 1948
Box 42 University Books, Inc. 1960
Box 42 University of California General Library 1948
Box 42 University of Chicago Press 1946, 1946, 1957, 1958, 1970
Box 42 University of Miami 1947
Box 42 University of Oklahoma Press 1947
Box 42 University of Southern California 1948
Box 42 University of Virginia Alderman Library 1948
Box 42 University of Virginia Institute of Public Affairs 1939
Box 42 University of Washington Far Eastern Institute 1948
Box 42 University Place Book Shop New York, NY 1948
Box 43 V 1938-1948
Box 43 [D] Van Nostrand Co. Inc. 1947
Box 43 Vanguard Press 1935, 1946
Box 43 Varga, Eugen Samuilovich, "Changes in the Economics of Capitalism as a Result of the Second World War" 1946 (2 folders)
Box 43 Vanguard Press 1935, 1946
Box 43 Veterans of Foreign Wars, Lt. Quentin Roosevelt Post undated
Box 43 Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, Inc. 1940, 1942, 1944
Box 43 View, The Modern Magazine 1947
Box 43 The Viking Press, Inc. 1946, 1947, 1957
Box 43 Villard, Oswald Garrison 1945
Box 43 Virginia Quarterly Review 1947
Box 43 Vogue 1947
Box 43 Volksfront 1938
Box 43 W 1940-1957
Box 43 Wahr's Bookstores, Ann Arbor, Michigan 1948
Box 43 Waldron, Francis X.
See Dennis, Eugene.
Box 43 Wallace, Henry A. 1942, 1946, 1947
Box 43 [John] Wanamaker, Inc 1948
War Congress of American Industry
See National Association of Manufacturers.
Box 43 War workers training 1944, 1947, 1948, 1954
Box 43 Ward, Harry Frederick
See also American Civil Liberties Union.
Warszower, Welwel
See United States vs. Welwel Warszomer.
Box 43 Watkins, Arthur Vivian 1948
Box 43 Wayne University 1960
Box 43 WBAI-FM, New York, NY 1960
Box 43 WBZ-TV, Boston, MA
Box 44 Weems, Charles 1941, 1942
Box 44 Weickers, Richard 1939, 1940
Box 44 Weinstone, William Wolf 1942, 1943
Box 44 Welles, Benjamin Sumner 1948
See also United States Department of State.
Box 44 Wellesley College Library 1946
Box 44 West, W. Benjamin 1948
Box 44 Western Reserve University 1946, 1947
Box 44 Western Union Telegraph Company 1962, 1963
Box 44 Weston, Shirley Telford 1948
Box 44 "What's On Your Mind?" WQXR Radio 1942
Box 44 Wheeldin, Herbert L. 1953
Box 44 White, Harry Dexter 1946
Box 44 Whitman, Willson W. 1947
Box 44 Whittlesey House Publishing 1946
Box 44 WHN, New York, NY 1920
Box 44 Wicks, Herbert "Harry" M.
Widen, Luther Emanuel
See Ney, Lew (pseudonym).
Box 44 Wilcox & Follett Co. 1943
Box 44 Wilder, Isabel 1947, 1948
Box 44 [John] Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1948
Box 44 Williams, Vassily Robertovich 1947
Box 44 The Williams & Wilkins Company 1946
Box 44 Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts 1930-1945
Box 44 Williamson, John 1942, 1944
Box 44 Willkie, Wendell 1935
Box 44 Wills, Charles F. 1953
Box 44 Wilson, Earl 1947
Box 44 [The H.H.] Wilson Company 1944
Box 44 Winchell, Walter 1944
Box 44 Winter, Carl 1935
Box 44 Wisconsin Farmer-Labor Progressive Federation 1963
Box 44 WNBC, New York, NY 1945
Box 44 Wolfe, Bertram David 1947
Box 44 Woman's Home Companion 1940
Box 44 Women's International League for Peace and Freedom 1946, 1947
Box 44 WOR Radio, New York, NY 1936
Box 44 Workers Alliance of America 1953
Box 44 Workers Defense League 1939
Box 44 Workers Education Bureau of America 1924
Box 44 Workers' International Relief 1943, 1950
Box 44 Workers Library Publishers
Box 45 Workers Party of America
Workers School, New York, NY
See Weinstone, William Wolf.
Box 45 Workers School, Youngstown, Ohio undated
Box 45 The Workers' World
The World Community
See Alexander, Gross Wilbur.
Box 45 World Congress of Women 1943
Box 45 World Jewish Congress 1930
Box 45 World News Service 1943
Box 45 World Peaceways, Inc 1947
Box 45 World Report 1946, 1948
Box 45 [A.A.] Wyn, Inc. 1945
Box 45 Y 1948
Box 45 Yale Co-operative Corporation 1943
Box 45 Yale Political Union 1946-1950
Box 45 Yale University Press 1942, 1943
Box 45 Yergan, Max 1946
Box 45 Yonkers Club 1943
Box 45 Young, Art 1939
Box 45 Young, Max 1947
Box 45 Young, Robert R. 1923, 1930, 1934, 1939, 1940
Box 45 Young Communist League 1943
Box 45 Young Communist League, Sweden 1940
Box 45 Young Peoples Socialist League 1947
Box 45 Young Scott Books 1955
Box 45 Yugoslav Information Center 1943
Box 45 Yugoslav Partisans 1941
Box 45 Yugoslavia 1946, 1948
Box 45 Z undated
Box 45 Zack, Joseph 1951
Box 45 Zagreb Peace Conference 1929
Box 45 Zam, Herbert 1963
Box 45 Zaretsky, Eli S. 1963
Box 45 Zeligs, Meyer A. 1947
Box 45 Zhdanov, Andrei Alexandrovich undated
Box 45 Zhou Enlai 1946-1948
Box 45 Ziff-Davis Publishing Company 1944
Box 45 [Ted] Zittel, Inc. undated
Box 45 Unidentified and fragments
Box 45 Unidentified and unfriendly
Writings
Articles
Box 46 1919
Excerpts from writings, 1919
Box 46 1925
On the Question of Party Reorganization, 1925
Box 46 1928
The Imperialist Dilemma in China, The China Outlook, 4/1/1928
Box 46 1929
Preparing the Indian Revolution, The Communist, 4/1929
Box 46 1930
Down with the War Makers!, circa 1930
Economic Crisis and the Third Period, circa 1930
Box 46 1932
United Workers Cooperative Association expulsions, Revolutionary Age, circa 1932
Box 46 1936
EPIC movement and Upton Sinclair, 1936
A Farmer-Labor Party This Year, 1936
The Communist Party and Civil Liberties in the United States, circa 1936
Do Americans Want Communism?, circa 1936
Interview, Mr. Lopez, 1936
Draft Election Platform, CPUSA, 1936
Box 46 1936 Feb-Nov
Abe Lincoln: Champion of the People, Sunday Worker, 2/16/1936
text of speech on CBS Radio, Daily Worker, 3/6/1936
The Farmer-Labor Party -- The People's Front in the U.S.A., Communist International, 5/1936
The Presidential Elections in The United States, Communist International, 11/13/1936
Are We Going Communist?, Forum and Century, 11/1936
Box 46 1937
Draft Resolution on the Struggle for Peace, CPUSA, circa 1937
The Naval Bill and a Peace Program, circa 1937
The Constitutional Crisis in the United States, 1937
The Jewish People in the Soviet Union, 1937
Neutrality, 1937
About the Crisis in Zionism, 1937
Box 46 1937 May-Nov
Letter to the editor, The New Republic, 5/17/1937
Revolutionary Background of the U.S. Constitution, 8/9/1937
Letter to the editor, Associated Press, 10/18/1937
Mobilize the People to Realize the President's Peace Program, Report (CPUSA?), 10/1937
Letter to the editor, Moscow Redakcia Trud, 11/17/1937
Twenty Years of Soviet Power, 11/1937
Box 46 1937-1938
Concerted Action or Isolation as the Path to Peace (two versions), radio speech published in New Masses, 1937 or 1938
Box 46 1938
Remarks upon the book: "Conquest of the Past" by Prince von Loewenstein, 1938
A Long-Term Policy in the Fight For Peace, circa 1938
An Historic report on the South, 1938
Twenty One Years Of Struggle For Peace, The Communist, 1938
The United States and the New International Situation, 1938
Box 46 1938 Feb-Dec
A Letter to the Madison Square Garden Meeting, 2/21/1938
Some Lessons of the Moscow Trials, 3/1938
Questions and answers, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, 4/6/1938
Press release on Max Eastman libel suit, 5/12/1938
The Democratic Front: For Jobs, Security, Democracy and Peace, Report to the Tenth National Convention CPUSA, 5/28/1938
Tenth National Convention Of The C.P.U.S.A., Pravda, 5/1938
Results fot the U.S.A. from the Munich Pact and the Betrayal of Democracy and Peace, memorandum, 10/13/1938
Letter to the editor, Communist International, 10/24/1938
Letter to the editor, Communist International, 11/1/1938
Lessons of the 1938 Elections, 11/1938
C.I. Manifesto, 11/21/1938
Concerning American Revolutionary Traditions, The Communist, 12/1938
Box 46 1939
Invasion of Poland, 1939
Appeal to Reason, 1939
Questions re:CPUSA, 1939
America and the Communist International, 1939
How To Tell an Anti-Democrat and How To Beat Him, Bulletin of the National Association of Secondary-School Principals, 1939
May Day in America, Pravda, 1939
On Stalin's Sixtieth Birthday, The Communist, 1939
Your Generation And Mine, 1939
Box 46 1939 Jan-Dec
Mastery of Theory and Methods of Work, The Communist, 1/1939
Letter to the editor, Catholic Chronicle, 1/11/1939
Lenin and His influence in America, Pravda, 1/12/1939
Full Text of Browder's Address at Boston, 3/6/1939
Soviet Economy in the World Today, New Masses, 3/21/1939
Earl Browder Answers Questions, New Masses, 3/28/1939
Letter to the editor, New Masses, 4/10/1939
Text of browder's Reply to Comrade Avarez, The Worker[?], 4/23/1939
Text of speech at Kings County Communist Councilmanic election campaign, The Worker, 4/27/1939
Text of speech at Ninth YCL Convention, The Worker, 5/14/1939
Perspectives on the 1940 Presidential Election, The Communist, 6/1939
The significance of the Soviet-German Non-Agression Pact, 8/30/1939
The Role of the Party, The Worker[?], 9/3/1939
Press release - America and the Imperialist War, 9/15/1939
Some Remarks On The Twentieth Anniversary Of The C.P.U.S.A, The Communist, 9/1939
Summary remarks of Plenum, The Communist, 9/1939
The Communists and the War, 11/29/1939
Stalin's Sixtieth Birthday, The Communist, 12/29/1939
Remarks at the funeral of M.J. Olgin, The Communist, 12/1939
Box 47 1940
Some Inner Contradictions In Washington's Imperialist Foreign Policy, circa 1940
Summary of memorandum "Britain's War Economy at the Opening of the Second Year of the Conflict" , 1940
Draft Election Platform, CPUSA, 1940
Can Democracy Put Men Back to Work?, Current History, 1940
Comments on the endorsement of Wendell Willkie by John L. Lewis, 1940
Box 47 1940 Jan-Dec
Acceptance message CPUSA nomination for 14th (NY) Congressional Campaign, The Worker[?], 1/6/1940
UMW provocation, 1/27/1940
Speech to the Jury, The Communist, 1/22/1940
Campaign address, 14th (NY) Congressional District, unknown, 1/28/1940
Campaign address, 14th (NY) Congressional District, unknown, 2/1/1940
Campaign address, 14th (NY) Congressional District, unknown, 2/6/1940
Election results in the 14th (NY) Congressional District, unknown, 2/7/1940
Carrying High the Banner, unknown, 2/11/1940
Letter to the editor, The Nation, 2/28/1940
To the People Will Belong the Victory, The Communist, 2/1940
Peace in Finland: A Decisive Setback For The Incendiaries Of A New World War, The Communist, 4/1940
May Day in the United States, Pravda, 5/1/1940
Imperialist War, Report to the Eleventh National Convention CPUSA, 5/30/1940
On Some Aspects of Foreign Policy, 10/1940
America and the War Situation, University of Chicago Pulse, 12/30/1940
Box 47 1941
Letter to the editor, New York Times, circa 1941
Now Is The Time To Fight, 1941
The Spirit Of America And FDR's Inaugural Address, New Masses, 1/28/1941
Washington Finances Chinese Civil War, 2/1941
Box 47 1942
Nikifor Grigorieff, memorandum, circa 1942
Article for London re: Second Front, 1942
Box 47 1942 Jun-Dec
Campaign address, 14th (NY) Congressional District, 1/28/42
On The Anniversary of the Patriotic War..., Intercontinent News, 6/5/1942
Wallace And Welles Speeches Point Toward People's War Policies Needed For Victory, The Worker, 6/5/1942
The Speeches of Wallace and Welles, The Worker, 6/7/1942
Finland, 6/10/1942
The U.S.-U.S.S.R. Alliance - Is It An Accident?, The Worker, 6/14/1942
The Anglo-Soviet-American Alliance and the Anniversary of June 22nd, The Communist, 6/14/1942
Some Political Problems Of The Pacific Front, The Worker, 6/21/1942
U.S. Economy Must Still Be Mobilized For War, 6/23/1942
The Threat Against Unity in the South, The Worker, 8/16/1942
Browder Accuses State Dep't Clique, The Worker, 10/4/1942
Questions and Answers, 10/16/1942
How the Press Treated the Welles Memorandum, 10/25/1942
For Victory and a Lasting Peace, Liberty, 10/28/1942
Building the Press, Party News, 10/1942
on the role of white collar uniions in the war effort, The Communist, 11/1942
A Wage and Production Policy for American labor, 11/27/1942
Centralized Control of War Production, The Daily Worker, 11/30/1942
Browder Emphasizes Urgency of Attaining Goal, 11/30/1942
Twenty Five Years Of Soviet Power, 11/1942
All-Out War Production for All-Out Offensive, The Daily Worker, 12/6/1942
Earl Browder Discusses Unions in Wartime, The Daily Worker, 12/17/1942
Storm Signals: The People Must Know and Act, The Worker, 12/27/1942
Box 47 1943
A Monopoly Capitalist Looks At The Future (two articles), circa 1943
Russia, The United States and the Communist Party, circa 1943
Questions re: Labor and War Production, 1943
Questions and answers re: Second Front, 1943
Questions and answers re: American politics, 1943
The Carrot and the Club or The Copperhead Cabal, 1943
The Education of Wendell Willkie, review of One World by Wendell Willkie, 1943
Moscow Conference of Foreign Ministers, 1943
Box 47 1943 Jan-Dec
A Different Kind of Party, The Worker, 1/3/1943
The Manpower Problem in Agriculture, 1/8/1943
Browder Discusses Colonial Question; Soviet Union, and Post-War Policing, The Daily Worker, 1/14/1943
The Decisive Turn in the War, The Worker, 1/24/1943
Significance of Casablanca and Our Duties, 2/13/1943
Interview with Miss L. Rixey, Life, 3/3/1943
Defeatist Attack on Soviet Alliance Menaces Victory, The Worker[?], 3/7/1943
Browder's Reply to Head of Ford Local, Detroit News[?], 3/14/1943
Wage policy in War Production, The Worker, 3/14/1943
The Mine Strike and Its Lessons, The Worker[?], 5/8/1943
Wage Policy in War Production, The Worker, 5/14/1943
The Strike Wave Conspiracy, article based on May 14, 1943 speech, 5/14/1943
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 5/26/1943
Letter to the editor, New York Tribune, 5/31/1943
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 5/31/1943
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 5/31/1943
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 6/6/1943
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 6/15/1943
Hold the Home Front, The Worker, 6/20/1943
Communist Bogey Hit By Decision - Browder, press statement, 6/22/1943
Questions and Answers: election, 6/22/1943
Questions and Answers: art and the war, 6/22/1943
The Artist and the War, 6/23/1943
Questions and Answers re: World Peaceways Program, World Peaceways, Inc., New York, 7/8/1943
Letter to the editor, The Nation, 7/12/1943
Questions and Answers in Browder broadcast on Communist Party, The Worker, 7/14/1943
Letter to the editor, New York Herald Tribune, 7/16/1943
Letter to the editor, New York Herald Tribune, 7/29/1943
Letter to the editor, New York Herald Tribune, 8/1/1943
A Case History of Liberal Integrity, New Masses, 8/1943
Letter to the editor, New York Herald Tribune, 8/16/1943
Answer to Dr Meiklejohn, New Masses, 9/1943
Reply to the reply of Dr. Meiklejohn, New Masses, 9/1943
Questions and Answers, 9/2/1943
Questions and Answers: Manhattan Center Meeting, 9/2/1943
Incentive Wage Key to War Labor Problems, The Worker, 9/5/1943
The Quebec Conference and the Future of the Anglo-Soviet-American Coalition, The Worker, 9/5/1943
The Future of the Anglo-Soviet-American Coalition, Chicago Daily News, 9/9/1943
Hitler's Uprisings in the United States, 9/12/1943
Hitler's Uprisings in America, New Masses, 9/14/1943
Browder Speech at Cacchione Rally, Daily Worker, 10/1943
Victory Has a Price, New Masses, 10/5/1943
Letter to the editor, New Masses, 10/6/1943
The Tenth Anniversary of Dimitroff's Blow to Nazism, The Worker, 10/10/1943
Nonpartisan Youth Organization Replaces Young Communist League, United Press, 10/12/1943
Answer to Dr Meiklejohn, New Masses, 10/19/1943
On the 26th Anniversary of Soviet Power and the 10th Anniversary of Soviet-American Diplomatic Relations, 11/1943
Cooperation with Communists, New Masses, 11/16/1943
Free Speech for Fascists?, New Masses, 12/7/1943
Letter to the editor, Peoples' Voice, 12/19/1943
Letter to the editor, New York Herald Tribune, 12/24/1943
The Three Power Conference At Moscow, The Communist, 12/1943
Box 47 1944
Book review: Basic Writings of Thomas Jefferson by Philip S. Foner, ed., 1944
American Masses and the Russian-Polish Relations, circa 1944
More Unity and More Work, circa 1944
The American Way of Life, Readers Scope, 1944
Communist? So What?, 1944
The Political Program of Native American Fascism, 1944
Book review: America Unlimited by Eric Johnston, New Masses, 1944
Book review: As We Go Marching by John T. Flynn, 1944
Box 47 1944 Jan-Dec
Marxism Arms Communists to Meet and Solve Issues Today, The Worker, 1/9/1944
Teheran: History's Greatest Turning Point, Communist, 1/1944
Strengthen National Unity, The Worker, 1/16/1944
Browder Reveals Adolph Berle's Intrigues in South America, The Worker[?], 1/21/1944
Teheran and the Future, New Masses, 1/25/1944
The Readers Ask, New Masses, 2/8/1944
Election Must Aid Unity - Browder, The Daily Worker, 2/1/1944
Dream Come True - and Teheran (Art Young Memorial), New Masses, 2/15/1944
For Victory and a Lasting Peace, Liberty Magazine, 2/26/1944
Browder Interviews PM, The Worker, 3/26/1944
Partisanship - A Luxury America Cannot Afford, The Communist, 3/1944
Letter to the editor, The Nation, 4/18/1944
Freiheit Great National Asset Browder Says on 22nd Year, The Worker, 4/26/1944
Letter to the editor, CBS, 4/27/1944
Lowell Mellett, 5/14/1944
Letter to the editor (2 versions), Salt Lake City Desert News, 5/16/1944
Teheran, Report to the National Convention CPUSA, 5/20/1944
Text of Browder's Convention Report, The Daily Worker, 5/22/1944
Press release, Transradio, 5/1944
Letter to the editor, The Nation, 6/6/1944
Close Nation's Ranks, Communists Call, The Daily Worker, 6/7/1944
The War and the Elections, The Worker, 6/18/1944
Hold the Home Front!, Communist, 7/1/1944
Book review: America Unlimited by Eric Johnston, New Masses, 8/29/1944
Anna Damon - A Great American Woman, 9/?/1944
Letter to the editor, New York Herald Tribune, 9/25/1944
Letter to the editor, New York Herald Tribune, 9/25/1944
Text of Browder's Garden Speech, The Daily Worker, 9/29/1944
The War and the Elections, The Worker, 10/1/1944
Dewey Disunity Drive Menaces War - Browder, The Worker, 10/1/1944
Letter to the editor, Dallas Morning News, 10/2/1944
Browder Nails Lewis for Strike Incitement, The Daily Worker, 10/9/1944
Wendell Willkie, 10/9/1944
Browder Tells YCL Rally Role of Morale in Victory, The Daily Worker, 10/16/1944
Cooperation Between the USA and the USSR, The Daily Worker, 11/7/1944
The Nature of the Coalition, New Masses, 11/9/1944
Vote Clears the Way for Quick Victory: Browder, The Daily Worker, 11/9/1944
Browder Tells How Worker Will Spur Greater Unity, The Worker, 11/20/1944
Hitler's Shadow Over the Nation, Freedom (Morning Freiheit), 11/25/1944
Continue '44 Unity in City Elections: Browder, The Daily Worker, 11/29/1944
Questions and Answers, 11/29/1944
On the Election Results, New Masses, 12/1944
Browder Answers N.Y. Times Slander..., 12/12/1944
Dimitroff, the Champion of World Democratic Unity, The Worker, 12/23/1944
November 7 and the Future, New Masses, 12/26/1944
Box 48 1945
Why Dorothy Thompson Wants a Soft Peace, circa 1945
The Big Three in Crimea, Political Affairs, 1945
Economic Policy of the New Bulgaria, More on the New Poland's Economic Policy, 1945
A Quarter Century Of The American Communist Movement, 1945
Box 48 1945 Jan-Dec
The Study Of Lenin's Teachings, Political Affairs, 1/1945
November 7 and the Future: II, New Masses, 1/2/1945
Press releas on Stalin's Feb 9 speech, 2/1945
letter to Reader's Forum, New Masses, 3/20/1945
Defeatist Trends on the Left, New Masses, 4/3/1945
Toward the Organization of World Peace, 4/7/1945
Press release on Death of Roosevelt, 4/12/1945
Toward the organization of world peace, The Worker, 4/15/1945
Why Worker and Daily Worker are Indispensable, Daily Worker, 4/30/1945
The American Way of Life, Reader's Scope, 5/1945
Roosevelt's Heritage And The Task Ahead, Political Affairs, 5/1945
Introduction to Engels' Socialism Utopian and Scientific, 5/1/1945
A Foreword to the Article of Jacques Duclos (with Russian translation), Daily Worker, 5/24/1945
The San Francisco Conference, 5/28/1945
After V-E Day - What Next?, Political Affairs, 6/1945
Soviet-American Relations: Is It War or Peace? (with Russian translation), 6/2/1945
Questions and Answers: Manhattan Center, 6/4/1945
Tasks of the American Working Class After V-E Day (Russian translation), 6/18/1945
Speech at the National Committee Meeting (Russian translation), 6/18/1945
On The Question Of Revisionism (with Russian translation), 7/15/1945
Speech at the National Convention of the Communist Political Association (Russian translation), 7/26/1945
Letter to the editor, New York Herald Tribune, 12/19/1945
Box 48 May 24 - July 26, 1945
A Foreword to the Article of Jacques Duclos
Soviet-American Relations: Is It War Or Peace?
Speech at the National Committee Meeting
On the Question Of Revisionism
Speech at the National Convention of the Communist Political Association
Appeal Against Order of Expulsion from the Party
Box 48 1946
Important points to use in a review of M. N. Roy's Mission to China, 1946
The U.S. And The U.S.S.R. Can Organize aDurable Peace, circa 1946
Was The Commintern Really Dissolved?, circa 1946
Accumulation of Idle Capital in the U.S., 1946
Adventure in Finland, 1946
The Iron Curtain: What It Is and What's Behind It, 1946
Box 48 1946 Feb-Dec
Open letter to CP members (with Russian translation), Daily Worker, 2/8/1946
Permanent Peace or a New War?, New Republic, 8/5/1946
Russia reconverts, New Republic, 8/12/1946
The Soviet Union and Its Neighbors, New Republic, 8/19/1946
An American Loan to thr USSR, New Republic, 8/26/1946
Everyday Life in Russia, New Republic, 9/2/1946
Peace or War with Russia?, New Republic, 9/9/1946
Letter to the editor in reply to a letter from William Z. Foster, New York Times, 9/26/1946
Are American Communists a Threat to Labor Unions, Town Meeting, 10/24/1946
Letter to the editor, New York Herald Tribune, 11/1946
Progress toward peace and disarmament, 12/15/1946
Box 48 1947
Memorandum on History of the Labor Movement in the United States by Philip Foner, 1947
Satlin's Denunciation Of Churchill, circa 1947
The State of American Foreign policy (Lawyers Guild), memorandum, circa 1947
First Fruits of the Duclos Intervention, 1947
A Reply to Alexander Bitelman, 1947
Letter to the editor, Look, 2/15/1947
The Problems of the French Union, Humanity, 4/9/1947
Box 48 1948
The Postwar Crisis and the New Party, circa 1948
The Need for a Thorough Marxist Understanding of America, Monthly Review, 1948
Operation X and the Upheaval In Bogota, 1948
What Happens With the Wallace Movement?, 1948
Outline for Discussion re: 1948 elections, 1948
Box 48 1948 Jan-Nov
World Communism and American Foreign Policy, 1/1948
Answer to Vronsky, For a Lasting Peace, For a People's Democracy, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 5/3/1948
Book review: One Thousand Americans by George Seldes, Pravda, 6/29/1948
Letter to the editor, Daily Worker, 7/1/1948
Letter to the editor, New York Herald Tribune, 7/16/1948
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 10/5/1948
Some aspects of the American Elections, Pravda[?], 11/1948
Box 48 1949
The Foster-Williamson Letter Answered, circa 1949
Is There an American Peace policy?, circa 1949
Progressive America, circa 1949
Foster's 'New Route' to Socialism, 1949
The Light That Failed, 1949
Press release- Open letter to National Committee, CPUSA, 3/23/1949
Box 49 1950
The Contempt of Congress Issue, Daily Worker, 1950
An Analysis of Varga's Self-Criticism, 1950
response to Walter Winchell's "Question Marks???", 1950
Language and War, 1950
The Communists and the State Department, 1950
The 'Contempt of Congress' Issues (incomplete), 1950
Senate testimony: exchange with Sen. Hickenlooper, 1950
Box 49 1950 Apr-Nov
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 4/6/1950
Failure of Socialism in America, 4/18/1950
China, the State Department and the Communists, 4/22/1950
Browder Says Budenz Lies on China Policy, The Daily Compass, 4/26/1950
Comments on CIO Speakers Book of Facts, 5/20/1950
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 9/20/1950
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 9/21/1950
Why Reactionaries Won The 1950 Elections, 11/1950
Box 49 1951
The Meaning of MacArthur, 1951
letter to the editor, The Nation, 3/10/1951
Concerning the Decline of the Labor Movement's Influence Upon Government..., 9/17/1951
Browder Speaks: Article 12, Is Communism a New Faith?, Spadea Syndicate
Box 49 1952
Should America Be Returned to The Indians?, circa 1952
An Examination of Whittaker Chambers' letter to his children, 1952
A Reactionary Interpretation of History, 1952
Box 49 1952 Jan-Nov
Letter To a Friend Concerning Togliatti's Article, 1/14/1952
Meeting with Vito Marcantonio, memorandum, 1/29/1952
Letter To a Friend Concerning 'Peaceful Co-Existence', 2/19/1952
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 3/8/1952
Defense Policy in the Communist Party Cases, memorandum, 6/3/1952
The Presidential Election of 1952, The Communist International[?], 11/1952
Box 49 1953 "Browder Speaks"
Browder Speaks: Article 1, Treason Doth Never Prosper, Spadea Syndicate, 1953
Browder Speaks: Article 2, Why I Am Not a Communist, Spadea Syndicate
Browder Speaks: Article 3, Facts Behind the Browder case, Spadea Syndicate
Browder Speaks: Article 4, The Government Saved the Communists, Spadea Syndicate
Browder Speaks: Article 5, What Should America Do About the Former Communists, Spadea Syndicate
Browder Speaks: Article 6, Roosevelt and Browder, Spadea Syndicate
Browder Speaks: Article 7, McCarthyism in Soviet Russia, Spadea Syndicate
Browder Speaks: Article 8, Comintern and Cominform, Spadea Syndicate
Browder Speaks: Article 9, Georgi Dimitroff - Case History, Spadea Syndicate
Browder Speaks: Article 10, Mau Tse-Tung and Tito, Spadea Syndicate
Browder Speaks: Article 11, Behind the Peace Offensive, Spadea Syndicate
Box 49 1953
The Beria Bombshell -- Speculations are Hazardous, Spadea Syndicate, 1953
Churchill Called the Turn, Spadea Syndicate, 1953
Ex-Communist, 1953
A letter From Earl Browder (re: Marguerite Higgins interview), 1953
Box 49 1953 Feb-Jul
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 2/1/1953
Interview, Telepress TV Daily News Reel, 2/10/1953
Letter to the editor, National Guardian, 3/3/1953
Stalin's stroke, 3/3/1953
What Follows The Era Of Stalin, 3/4/1953
Is War Nearer?, The Nation, 3/14/1953
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 5/15/1953
Some Critical Notes Concerning Isaac Deutscher's Russia: What Next?, review of Russia:What Next? by Isaac Deutscher, 7/1/1953
Granville Hicks' Article in Harper's Magazine, memorandum, 7/22/1953
Letter to the editor re:Granville Hicks' Article in Harper's Magazine, Harper's Magazine, 7/22/1953
Box 49 1954
Draft of Questions and Answers on Political Position, circa 1954
How Can We Recognize Subversives?, 1954
Some Problems In The Writing Of History, Review of European Communism by Franz Borkenau, 1954
McCarthy Finally Gets the Low Down, 1954
Box 49 1954 Jan-Jun
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 1/4/1954
Two articles about Browder's relationship to Soviet Communism, North American Newspaper Alliance, 1/11/1954
Browder Calls His Ouster 'Best Thing Ever Happened", The Evening Star, Washinton, DC, 1/12/1954
Browder Denounces Soviets, Buffalo Evening News, 1/13/1954
McCarthyism at High Tide, 3/4/1954
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 4/19/1954
Luncheon with Readers Digest Editors, memorandum, 6/7/1954
Russification of the International Communist movement, memorandum, 6/20/1954
Box 50 1955
Communist Impact on American Literature 1930-1943, memorandum prepared for Theodore Draper [?], circa 1955?
Communist Fronts in the Years 1930-1945, memorandum prepared for Theodore Draper ?, circa 1955?
Attack on the Fund for the Republic by Fulton Lewis, Jr: Lawrence Spivak: and David Lawrence, for Wm. M. Goldsmith, 1955
Box 50 1955 Aug-Dec
On The Role Of Organization In Politics (Essay VIII and IX), 8/20/1955
Interview "A Fearless Approach", Sarah Lawrence College The Campus, 10/26/1955
Relations Between the American Communist Party and the Communist International, memorandum prepared for Theodore Draper, 11/11/1955
The American Communist Party Under Attack, memorandum prepared for Theodore Draper, 12/9/1955
Box 50 1956
Questions and answers re: Stalin and the CP, circa 1956
Notes on the Revaluation of Stalin, 3/23/1956
On Anti-Semitism in Soviet Russia (Letter to the editor), Midstream, 11/3/1956
Box 50 1957 Jan-Jun
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 1/13/1957
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 2/9/1957
Letter to the editor, New York Times, 6/8/1957
Box 50 1958
A Study of the New Yugoslav Program, 1958
My Visit to Beograd: What Interested Yugoslavs, 1958
America's Changing Economic Problem, Review of International Affairs, 1958
Socialism in America, 12/4/1958
Box 50 1959
Notes on the Origins of the Cold war, circa 1959
Box 50 1959 Mar-Aug
Oakley C. Johnson's Article on Ruthenberg, to Philip Jaffe, 3/27/1959
America's Changing Economic Problem, Review of International Affairs, Beograd, Yugoslavia, 8/1959
Box 50 1960
As Earl Browder Sees the Future of the Left in America, circa 1960
Reminiscences of Social and Political Movements in the 1930s, circa 1960
Socialism in America, St Antony's Papers, London, 1960
Box 50 1960 Feb-Jul
Changes In the Communist World, North American Newspaper Alliance, 2/1960
Commentary, 2/1960
Letter to the editor, Saturday Review, 3/24/1960
How Stalin Killed the American Communist Party, Harper's Magazine, 3/1960
Before the American Presidential Nominations, Review of International Affairs, 7/1960
Box 50 1961
European Economy, circa 1961
America's Road to Socialism, 8/19/1961
Box 50 1962
Book review: The Strangled Cry by John Strachey, Encounter, London, review of The Strangled Cry by John Strachey, 1962
What Happened to American Socialism?, 3/1962
Box 50 1963
Notes for an article on the Sino-Soviet split, 1963
Book review: M. N. Roy's Mission to China, Political Science Quarterly, by Robert C. North and Xenia J. Eudin, 1963
Box 50 1964
After the American Presidential Nominations, Review of International Affairs, 1964
Box 50 1966
Book review: Soviet Strategies in Southeast Asia by Charles B. McLane, Political Science Quarterly, 1966
Box 50 1967
Book review: Enemies and Friends by Lyman P. Van Slyke, Political Science Quarterly, 1967
Box 50 1969
Book review: Utopia and Reality by Betty Yerberg, Political Science Quarterly, 1969
Box 50 Undated
Letter to the editor, New Masses
The Historical Background of the American Labor and Socialist Movements..., memorandum
Historical Bases for American Power
The Adventurer, The Call
about Trotsky
Book review: Imperialism and World Economy by Kikolai Bukharin
About Soviet-American relations Post-War
Our Views: More on Father Coughlin's Program
"Weekly Comment"
Weekly Comment: Anglo-American Problems, 11/26/1944
Weekly Comment: The Bretton Woods Conference
Weekly Comment: Bullitt Rides Again, 9/10/1944
Weekly Comment: Businessmen Need Wallace, 1/28/1945
Weekly Comment: Capt. Lyttleton and Mr. Fleming, 6/25/1944
Weekly Comment: CIO Must Uphold No-Strike Policy, 2/25/1944
Weekly Comment: Communist ? So What ?, 9/24/1944
Weekly Comment: The Communist Convention, 5/21/1944
Weekly Comment: The Crisis in the Coalition, 12/31/1944
Weekly Comment: The Crisis the Follows V-E Day, 5/20/1945
Weekly Comment: Dewey and His Cabinet, 7?1944
Weekly Comment: Dewey has a Grievance, 7/23/1944
Weekly Comment: Dewey Reveals His Foreign Policy, 11/5/1944
Weekly Comment: Dewey the Disruptionist, 10/22/1944
Weekly Comment: Eric Johnston Renegs on His Book, 10/15/1944
Weekly Comment: The GOP Against Teheran
Weekly Comment: High Stakes in the UAW Referendum, 1/7/1945
Weekly Comment: Hitler Also Almost Won, 11/19/1944
Weekly Comment: Hitler's Chicago Newspaper, 5/28/1944
Weekly Comment: Hitler's Slogan Works in Chicago , 4/1/1945
Weekly Comment: How a Zero Can Become a Menace, 7/16/1944
Weekly Comment: Hull Replaces Vandenberg, 5/13/1945
Weekly Comment: India and the Colonial Question, 4/29/1945
Weekly Comment: Is Senator Vandenberg Now Making U.S. Foreign Policy?, 5/6/1945
Weekly Comment: Labor Relations at the Ford Plant, 5/7/1944
Weekly Comment: Let's Not Forget the Campaign, 11/12/1944
Weekly Comment: Lord Halifax Speaks Up, 12/3/1944
Weekly Comment: Miss Thompson Goes to Europe, 3/25/1945
Weekly Comment: More Unity and More Work, 1/7/1945
Weekly Comment: Moscow-Teheran-Crimea-San Francisco, 2/17/1945
Weekly Comment: Mr. Churchill Treads Dangerous Paths, 12/10/1944
Weekly Comment: New Labor-Management Charter, 4/8/1945
Weekly Comment: Overconfidence is Dangerous, 9/17/1944
Weekly Comment: The President's Service Law Proposal, 1/14/1945
Weekly Comment: The Second Front is Opened
Weekly Comment: The San Francisco Conference [1], 5/27/1945
Weekly Comment: The San Francisco Conference [2], 6/3/1945
Weekly Comment: Senator Taft Opposes Foreign Trade, 4/15/1945
Weekly Comment: Significance of Casablanca and Our Duties, 2/13/1943
Weekly Comment: Some New Perspectives, 8/20/1944
Weekly Comment: Some Pre-Election Confusionism, 6/4/1944
Weekly Comment: Stop This Criminal Nonsense!, 3/18/1945
Weekly Comment: Sumner Welles' Time For Decision
Weekly Comment: The U.S. Army Kills the Red Bogey
Weekly Comment: The Twilight of the Red Herring (incomplete)
Weekly Comment: Watch Out for Dewey's Surprise, 10/29/1944
Weekly Comment: The Western Front and the Communist Convention
Weekly Comment: Wilkie's Growing Stature, 8/27/1944
Weekly Comment: Who is Off The Beam?, 2/4/1945
Weekly Comment: Why All the Double-Talk?, 2/11/1945
Books
Box 51 America Encircled 1952 (6 folders)
Box 52 The American Communists: A Threat to Trade Unionism? 1946
Box 52 American Marxists and the War 1942
Box 52 American Labor's Exceptional Road to Power 1952
Box 52 The Anti-Marxism of W. Z. Foster 1949
Box 52 Autobiography, "Memoirs"
Box 52 Autobiography, "I Discovered America"
Box 52 Autobiography, "A Political Autobiography" (4 folders of 19)
Box 53 Autobiography, "A Political Autobiography" (8 folders of 19)
Box 54 Autobiograph,y "A Political Autobiography" (7 folders of 19)
Box 54 The Bankruptcy of Fosterism 1950
Box 54 The Coming Soviet-German Alliance 1952
Box 54 Confessions of a Peacemaker 1949
Box 54 The Constitutional Crisis in the United States 1937
Box 54 Contempt of Congress: The Trial of Earl Browder 1950
Box 55 The Crisis in Socialism 1956 (2 folders)
Box 55 Crisis of American Progressivism 1951
Box 55 A Decade of American Marxism: 1933-1945
Box 55 Does Communism Point the Way? 1938
Box 55 The Economics of All-Out War 1942
Box 55 Education of an American Communist 1947 (2 folders)
Box 56 Fighting For Peace
Box 56 Havana Raises Pan-American Problems 1940
Box 56 How the Jefferson School Has Bowdlerized Marxism 1949
Box 56 In Defense of Communism: A Criticism of W.Z. Foster's 'New Route to Socialism'
Box 56 Karl Marx and America 1957
Box 56 Keynes Foster and Marx Pt II : Progress and Socialism 1950
Box 56 Labor and Socialism in America 1948
Box 56 Marx and America 1958 (3 folders of 8)
Box 57 Marx and America 1958 (5 folders of 8)
Box 57 Marxist Philosophy 1946
Box 57 McCarthyism at High Tide 1954
Box 57 Modern Resurrections and Miracles 1950
Box 58 Munich n.d.
Box 58 My Dream of World History, 1945-1975 1945
Box 58 My Visit to Beograd 1958
Box 58 National Income, Consumer Welfare and Full Employment 1941
Box 58 The New Moment in the Struggle Against War 1940
Box 58 Parties and Issues in the 1948 Elections 1948
Box 58 The Postwar Crisis 1948
Box 58 Peace is Possible 1948
Box 58 Principles of Accounting for Co-Operators 1918
Box 59 The Second Imperialist War (foreward)
Box 59 Socialism in America 1960
Box 59 Soviet-American Relations: Is It War or Peace? 1945
Box 59 Teheran: Our Path in War and Peace 1944 (3 folders)
Box 59 Tomorrow in the Making
Box 59 Victory and After
Box 60 The Way Out n.d. - foreword
Box 60 What Is Communism? 1936
Box 60 What Price Victory? 1943
Box 60 Will America Survive? 1948 - outline and preface
Box 60 World Communism and American Foreign Policy 1948
Box 60 World Communism and U.S. Foreign Policy invoices 1948 (2 folders)
Box 61 Unidentified and fragments
Speeches
See also Memorabilia : Sound recordings for recordings of Browder's speeches.
Box 62 1934
Fascism and war, 9/28/1934, Youth Congress, Chicago
Box 62 1935
Unemployment and Social Insurance, 1/6/1935, Congress for Unemployment Insurance, Washington, DC
Statement , 2/19/1935, Senate Finance Committee Hearing, Washington, DC
"This writer in the Class Struggle", 4/26/1935, First Congress of American Writers
Economic crisis and the intellectual world, 4/26/1935?, First Congress of American Writers [?]
Eulogy for Henri Barbusse, 9/7/1935, Funeral of Henri Barbusse, Paris
Debate with Norman Thomas, 11/27/1935, Madison Square Garden
Ethiopia and Mussolini, 12/12/1935, St Nicholas Place
How can America keep out of the next world war?, ?/?/1935, unknown (CPUSA?)
Box 62 1936 Jan-Jun
Henri Barbusse, 1/4/1936, Third U.S. Congress Against War and Fascism
Opening statement, 1/11/1936, Debate with Norman Thomas, Cleveland
"The Communist Position in 1936" published version, 3/5/1936, CBS Radio broadcast
extracts from defense of CPUSA, 5/30/1936, National Conference of Farmer-Labor Parties, Chicago
CPUSA pledges support of Farmer-Labor Party, 5/30/1936, Farmer-Labor Party Conference, Morrison Hotel, Chicago
Democracy or Fascism?, 6/24/1936, Ninth National Convention CPUSA, New York
CP is a legal party and defends its legality, 6/24/1936, Ninth National Convention CPUSA, New York
Acceptance speech, 6/24/1936, Ninth National Convention CPUSA, New York
Box 62 1936 Jul-Dec
Campaign speech, 7/4/1936, American Youth Congress, Cleveland
Campaign speech, 7/10/1936, WGY Radio broadcast, Schenectady, NY
"Platform and Policy of the Communist Party in 1936", 7/17/1936, Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia
Presidential campaign speech, 8/18/1936, Radio broadcast, Butte, MT
Campaign speech, 8/27/1936, Coney Island Velodrome
Campaign speech, 8/28/1936, Radio broadcast, NBC
Civil Rights, 9/15/1936, Nassau-Suffolk Socialist Party
Press conference re: Law suit against Tampa, FL for not allowing campaign appearance, 9/17/1936, unknown
"Old Age Pensions and Unemploymet Insurance", 10/2/1936, Radio broadcast campaign speech
Radio interview about 1936 campaign , 10/?/1936, Interviewed by Cedric Foster
Campaign speech, 10/27/1936, Olympia Arena, Detroit
Red scare in the 1936 campaign, 10/29/1936, Radio broadcast, Buffalo, NY
Campaign speech, 11/2/1936, Madison Square Garden and Radio broadcast on NBC Blue
"Issues of the 1936 Election Campaign", 11/?/1936, Radio broadcast
Interview, ?/?/1936, Women's International League, New York
Issues in the 1936 campaign, ?/?/1936, unknown
Negro rights in the South - Campaign speech, ?/?/1936, unknown
Box 62 1937
Lenin tribute, 1/20/1937, Lenin Memorial Meeting (CPUSA), New York
"The Brazilian Struggle for Liberalism", 2/2/1937, WNEW Radio broadcast
"Trotskyism and World Peace", 2/5/1937, Madison Square Garden
"In Memory of Our Heroes of the Lincoln Battalion Who Died for Democracy", 5/30/1937, Memorial Day speech
Fascism and war, 6/4/1937, Second Congress of American Writers
Fascism and war, 6/27/1937, C.C. Plenum Mexico
Peace, 7/?/1937, Radio broadcast to World Fellowship of Faiths Symposium
Spain, 7/19/1937, Meeting for Spain
"Issues of the 1New York City Municipal Elections", 7/29/1937, Radio broadcast
Inauguration of a chain of Communist daily newspapers, 8/24/1937, Press interview
"For Progressive Unity in the New York Elections", 8/26/1937, Velodrme Brooklyn and broadcast on WMCA, WNEW, WAXR, and WINS
Eighteenth Anniversary of the Communist Party, 8/27/1937, unknown CP meeting
"The Eighteenth Anniversary of the Communist Party", 9/1/1937, NBC Blue broadcast
"The Eighteenth Anniversary of the Communist Party", 9/13/1937, Communist Party Convention Madison Square Garden
"Threat of Fascism in Latin America", 10/2/1937, Meeting in Park Place
"For a Common Front Against the Warmakers", 10/8/1937, Eighth Dominion Convention CP Canada, Toronto
"Twenty Years of Soviet Power", 10/10/1937, Eighth Dominion Convention CP Canada, Toronto
"Summing Up the New York Election Issues", 10/30/1937, unknown
Twentieth Anniversary of the Soviet Union, 11/?/1937, Twentieth Anniversary Meeting
CP goals, 11/19/1937, unknown (CP)
"Next Steps In Dfense of the Spanish republic", 12/9/1937, Hippodrome, New York
"The Current Economic Crisis--Its Cause and Cure", 12/12/1937, WEVD Radio broadcast presented by NYC Boars of Education
Box 63 1938 Mar-Jun
"Concerted Action or Isolation as the Path to Peace?", 3/3/1938, Carolina Political Union, Chapel Hill, NC
"Lessons of the Moscow Trials", 3/18/1938, Hippodrome, New York
"Bloc of Rights and Trotzkyists", 3/20/1938, unknown (CP)
"Communism in Theory and Practice", 3/24/1938, Town Hall
"Communism in Theory and Practice", 3/24/1938, Lecture for Current Political and Economic Issues, New York University
War and Fascism, 4/6/1938, Orchestra Hall. Chicago
introduction for Earl Browder, 4/24/1938, Public Service Forum
Debate with Frederick J. Libby, 5/4/1938, Madison Square Garden
"A Communist Message to Catholics", 5/8/1938, WCBM Radio broadcast, Baltimore
Opening remarks, 5/26/1938, Tenth National Convention CPUSA
"Marxism and the American Tradition", 5/28/1938, Tenth Natitional Convention CPUSA, Carnegie Hall
Statement of Earl Browder, 6/29/1938, McNaboe Committee (NY State Legislature)
Box 63 1938 Jul-Dec
American principles and Communism, 7/4/1938, July 4th Picnic (CP?)
"Which Way for America--Democracy or Fascism?", 8/25/1938, San Francisco
Report , 8/26/1938, California State Executive Committee (CP)
Communists and the New deal, 9/3/1938, Frye Hotel banquet, Seattle, WA
"The Communists Defend Democracy and Peace", 9/5/1938, KIRO Radio broadcast for Labor day, Seattle, WA
Party Building, 9/6/1938, Party Builders' Conference CPUSA
1938 elections, 9/14/1938, Manhattan Oddfellows Temple
"The World Issue -- Defend Democracy and Peace", 9/15/1938, Coney Island Velodrome
Fascism, Munich Pact, Spain, 1938 elections, 10/27/1938, Jamaica Arena, New York
The Elections and the International Situation", 11/1/1938, WENR Radio broadcast, Chicago
US and the world situation, 11/4/1936, Press interview, Chicago
1938 elections, 11/6/1938, Boston Arena (CP)
"On theTwenty-First Anniversary of the Soviet Union", 11/14/1938, Madison Square Garden [CPUSA?[
Report to National Committee, 12/3/1938, National Committee CPUSA
"Theory as a Guide to Action", 12/16/1938, Workers' School 15th Anniversary, Mecca Temple
"Three Years Application of the Program of the Seventh World Congress", ?/?/1938, unknown CP meeting
Box 63 1939 Jan-Jun
"Is America Menaced by Foreign Propaganda", 1/19/1939, Town Meeting of the Air
Fifteenth anniversary of the death of Lenin, 1/20/1939, Lenin Memorial Meeting (CP?), Philadelphia, PA
"Defend the Social and national Security of the American People", 1/24/1939, Cincinnati, Ohio
Fascism and war, 1/31/1939, Seventh Congress CP Mexico, Mexico city
"The Economics of Communism: The Soviet Economy in its World Relations", 2/27/1939, Town Hall
"A Communist Speaks to Catholics, Jews and Protestants", 3/5/1939, Community Church, Boston
Report on 18th Congress of CPSU, 3/16/1939, unknown (CP)
Transcript of testimony by Browder and others NY Senate Un-American Activities Committee, 3/27/1939, Hotel New Yorker, New York
"Close Ranks for the Greater Battle Ahead", 4/2/1939, Freiheit Celebration, Hippodrome, New York
"American democracy is Threatened by Fascism and War", 4/3/1939, Chicago
Nadezhda Krupskaya, 4/7/1939, Krupskaya Memorial Meeting (CP)
"America's Foreign Policy and the Struggle for World Peace", 4/21/1939, Brooklyn Academy of Music
Report to National Committee, 5/6/1939, National Committee meeting, New York
Fascism and war, 5/11/1939, 10th Convention YCL
"The Communist Writer at the Writers' Congress", 5/16/1939, Third Congress of American Writers, Carnegie Hall
Acknowledgement of CP representatives from other countries, 5/17/1939, National Committee [CPUSA?]
"What is the Road to Economic Recovery?", 5/23/1939, Radio broadcast, Denver, CO
Interview, 5/31/1939, Radio broadcast, Los Angeles, CA
"What is the Road to Economic Recovery?", 6/5/1939, Radio broadcast, KGA Radio, Spokane, WA, KOMO Radio, Seattle, WA
Box 63 1939 Jul-Dec
"United States and the Soviet Union in World Affairs", 7/5/1939, Institute of Public Affairs, University of Virginia
Interview, 8/23/1939, unknown
Earl Browder interview , 8/26/1939, NBC Radio broadcast
"Finding the Road to Peace", 8/29/1939, WINS Radio broadcast, New York
Report on the Twentieth Anniversary, 9/1/1939, National Committee CPUSA, Chicago
Announcement of letter from CPUSA to FDR supporting his policy, 9/11/1939, Madison Square Garden
"On the Issue of Revision of the So-Called neutrality Law", 9/14/1939, National Committee CPUSA
Press interview, 9/18/1939, New York Post and New York World Telegram
"Youth and the Impreialist War", 9/28/1939, Mass Meeting of the YCL. Royal Windsor Hotel, New York
War in Europe, 9/29/1939, Town Hall, Philadelphia
Civil liberties, 10/14/1939, Conference on Civil Liberties, New York
Legal charges against him, 10/24/1938, Statement to the Press
"Twenty-Two Years of Socialism", 11/5/1939, Symphony Hall, Boston
"Socialism, War and America", 11/13/1939, Madison Square Garden
War in Europe, 11/28/1939, Yale Peace Council
War in Europe, 12/14/1939, M.I.T. Peace Federation
Moissaye J. Olgin tribute, 12/18/1939, Olgin Memorial Meeting, Madison Square Garden
Box 64 1940 Jan-Jun
14th District New York elections, 1/30/1940, Non-Partisan Youth Symposium, Manhattan Plaza
14th District New York elections, 2/1/1940, Central Plaza, New York
Campaign speech, 2/5/1940, Tenant's League Symposium, Church of All Nations
14th District New York elections, 2/5/1940, WCNW Radio broadcast
American principles and Communism, 2/9/1940, Lincol/Lenin Memorial Meeting, Philadelphia
1940 elections, 2/17/1940, National Committee CPUSA
Imperialist war and Finland, 3/31/1940, Boston
"War Plans of Roosevelt and Wall Street", 5/3/1940, YCL Meeting, Royal Windsor Hotel, New York
Report, 5/30/1940, Eleventh National Convention CPUSA, New York
Presidential Nomination acceptance, 6/2/1940, CP Nominating Convention, New York
Closing statement at National Convention?, 6/2/1940?, CP Nominating Convention, New York ?
Campaign speech, 6/2/1940, CBS Radio broadcast
Box 64 1940 Sep-Nov
"Mexican situation", 9/7/1940, Press statement
"The Most Peculiar Election Campaign in the History of the Republic", 9/8/1940, Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA
"Women in the Struggle against War and Reaction", 9/19/1940, New York
Campaign speech, 9/24/1940, Mass Meeting, Madison Square Garden, broadcast on NBC Blue
Campaign speech, 9/25/1940, Radio broadcast, NBC Blue
"Have We Free Elections in Pennsylvania?", 10/4/1940, WOR Radio broadcast, New York
"What Roosevelt and Willkie Offer to American Youth", 10/4/1940, Mutual Broadcasting Radio broadcast
"An American Foreign-Policy for Peace", 10/6/1940, Boston
"An American Foreign-Policy for Peace", 10/10/1940, CBS Radio broadcast
Campaign speech, 10/17/1940, Brooklyn Academy of Music
Tribute to John Reed, 10/20/1940, Manhattan Center, New York
1940 election campaign commercial for CPNY candidates, 10/27/1940, Radio
"Shall it be War for America?", 10/29/1940, Mutual Broadcasting Radio broadcast
1940 election, 10/?/1940, unknown
"Only the Working Class Can build America", 11/3/1940, Madison Square Garden
Report, 11/16/1940, Special National Convention CPUSA, New York
"The 1940 Elections and the Next Task", 11/16/1940, National Committee CPUSA
"In Memory of a Great Jewish Leader", 11/23/1940, Moissaye Olgin Memorial. New York
Statement before the Committee on Elections, ?/?/1940, NY State Legislature
Box 64 1941
Death of Harry Gannes, 1/5/1941, Public statement
"What Is the Way Out of the Imperialist War?", 1/13/1941, Lenin Memorial Meeting (CP), Madison Square Garden
In honor of William Z. Foster, 3/17/1941, William Z. Foster's 60th birthday
Box 64 1942 Feb-Aug
US/Soviet cooperation in the War, 2/12/1942, Lincoln/Lenin day
"Victory Must Be Won", 7/2/1942, Madison Square Garden
"The Economics of All-Out War", 8/29/1942, NY CP Convention
1942 New York elections, 8/30/1942, NY CP Nominating Convention, Manhattan Center
Box 64 1942 Sep-Nov
Report, 9/17/1942, Daily Worker Council Meeting, Webster Hall, New York
Second front, 9/24/1942, Second Front Rally, Union Square, New York
"When Do we Begin to Fight?", 10/2/1942, Manhattan Center, New York
"This is the will of the people", 10/4/1942, Second Front Now Rally, Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH
Oklahoma book banning case, 10/9/1942, Defense on Home Front banquet, Hotel Commodore
Re-discovering America, 10/11/1942, The Worker
US policy toward China, 10/12/1942, Press statement
US/Soviet cooperation in the War, 10/16/1942, Workers' School
1942 New York elections, 10/18/1942, Golden Gate Ballroom, New York
Elections must smoke out defeatists, 11/1/1942, Madison Square Garden, WQXR
Appraisal of 1942 election results, 11/4/1942, unknown
CP and the War effort, 11/12/1942, WJLB radio Detroit
"Centralized Control of War Production", 11/28/1942, Institute on Problems of the War, Hotel astor, New York
Trade Unions and the War, 12/12/1942, "Speech to Trade Union Comrades"
National unity, 11/30/1942, Banquet (CP?)
Education, 12/18/1942, Workers' School
Box 65 1943 Jan-May
Russia, The United States and the Communist Party", circa 1943, unknown
"France is Uniting Against Hitler", 1/?/1943, Script for Browder's radio program "Background of the News"
"The Conference at Casablanca", 1/?/1943, Script for Browder's radio program "Background of the News"
Casablanca Conference, 1/?/1943, unknown
Tribute to Lenin, 1/11/1943, Lenin Memorial Meeting (CP), Madison Square Garden
Labor and the War, 1/17/1943, Los Angeles, CA
Labor and the War, 1/20/1943, KPO Radio broadcast
US/Soviet cooperation in the War, 3/3/1943, Yale Political Union debate
Interview, 3/3/1943, Lilian Rixey of Life
"Free the Political Prisoners in North Africa", 3/4/1943, Manhattan Center, New York
"Is Communism a Menace?", 3/21/1943, New Masses debate with George Sokolsky, Manhattan Center, New York
Ehrlich-Alter Case, 4/1/1943, Aperion Manor, New York
"Jefferson and the People's Revolution", 4/9/1943, Jefferson Bi-Centennial Commemoration, Cosmopolitan Opera House, New York
"The Miners' Strike -- Its Lessons", 5/14/1943, Manhattan Center, New York
Questions and Answers, 5/14/1943
Box 65 1943 Jun-Sep
"Anti-Semitism in The United States and How to combat It", 6/2/1943, unknown
"The Artist and the War", 6/23/1943, unknown
Should the Communist Party be liquidated, 7/11/1943, WLIB
Reaction of the press to Browder's Chicago speech, 9/1943, Press statement
"The Quebec Conference and the future of the Anglo-Soviet-American Coalition", 9/2/1943, Manhattan Center, New York
"Can We Win the War This Year?", 9/23/1943, Campaign rally for Peter Caccione, New York
"A Talk About the Party" (2 different versions), 9/25/1943, Informal address to CP members, Chicago
"Can We Make 1943 The Decisive Year of the War?", 9/26/1943, Civic Opera house, Chicago
Box 65 1943 Oct-Dec
Peter Caccione campaign, 10/5/1943, St George Hotel, Brooklyn
"Young People Facing the Future", 10/15/1943, Young Communist League Convention, Manhattan Center, New york
1943 election campaign New York, 10/18/1943, Manhattan Center, New York (CP)
1944 election campaign New York, 10/20/1943, Bronx Winter Garden, New York
Phialdelphia Mayoral election, 10/22/1943, Philadelphia
"On the 26th Anniversary of Soviet Power and the 10th Anniversary of Soviet-American Diplomatic Relations", 11/?/1943, unknown
Negro people and the war, 11/19/1943, Workers School
Teheran Declaration, 12/12/1943, Rakosci Hall, Bridgeport, CT
"America Must Apply the Moscow Conference Policy in Italy", 12/19/1943, Cooper Union, New York
George Dimitroff, 12/22/1943, Dimitroff Commemoration Meeting, Carnegie Hall
Box 65 1944 Jan-Apr
Report on Theheran Conference, 1/7/1944, National Committee CPUSA
Summary remarks, 1/9/1944, Plenum CP
Interview, 1/12/1944, Mr. Moody of Australian Consolidated Press
Tribute to Art Young, 1/27/1944, Memorial Meeting for Art Young, Manhattan Center, New York
Summary remarks, 1/29/1944, Ohio CP Party Builders' Conference, Cleveland
National unity, 1/30/1944, Cleveland
Teheran Conference, 2/13/1944, Symphony Hall, Boston
1944 elections, 2/13/1944, unknown (CP), Boston
Interview, 2/22/1944, Peter Kihss of the New York Herald Tribune
Teheran concord, 2/24/1944, Bronx winter Garden, New York [CP?]
"Why America is Interested in the Chinese Communists", 3/13/1944, Shaghai Tiffin Club, New York
Interview, 3/15/1944, Harold Lavine of P M
"What Would Lincoln Do?", 4/7/1944, WWJ Radio broadcast, Detroit, Michigan
Post-War economy, 4/12/1944, Waterfron Section CPUSA meeting
Tribute to Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto, 4/20/1944, Parkway Theater, Brooklyn
Box 66 1944 May-Jun
Introductory remarks, 5/20/1944, Twelfth National Convention CPUSA, New York
Remarks introducing motion to dissolve the Communist Party, 5/20/1944, Twelfth National Convention CPUSA, New York
Concluding remarks, 5/22/1944, Twelfth National Convention CPUSA, New York
Press interview, 5/22/1944, New York
Teheran Conference, 5/23/1944, WEAF Radio broadcast
"For Victory, A Lasting Peace, and a Prosperous United America", 5/23/1944, Madison Square Garden
"Communists in the Public Service", 6/4/1944, CBS Radio broadcast
Dissolution of CPUSA and forming of Communist Political Association, 6/5/1944, unknown
"The War and the Elections", 6/11/1944, Pittsburgh, PA
Labor movement, 6/12/1944, Meeting of Pittsburgh Trade Unionists
"Can America Have Full Production After the War?", 6/13/1944, Abraham Lincoln School Symposium, Chicago
Box 66 1944 Sep-Dec
"The War and the Elections" , 9/24/1944, Chicago Stadium
"The War and the Elections" (typescript and published version), 9/28/1944, Madison Square Garden
1944 elections, 9/30/1944, First Conference of Morning Freiheit Association
"Economic Problems of War and Peace", 10/6/1944, Symphony Hall, Boston
1944 elections, 11/19/1944, Worker Conference, Fraternal Clubhouse
"Post-Election Problems", 11/26/1944, unknown
1944 elections, 11/29/1944, unknown
Greece, 12/8/1944, Workers' Meeting, Manhattan Center, New York
FDR's recent appointments to Department of State, 12/27/1944, Queens County, Daily Worker Campaign Dinner
Box 66 1945 Jan-May
"Everything For Victory", 1/15/1945, Lenin Memorial Meeting, Madison Square Garden
Progressive unity, 1/26/1945, Peter Cacchione Campaign dinner, Brooklyn, NY
Interview, 3/12/1945, unknown
Tribute to William Z. Foster, 3/23/1945, Testimonial dinner for William Z. Foster
"Toward the Organization of World Peace", 4/6/1945, Cleveland, Ohio
Luncheon remarks, 4/6/1945, Carter Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio
"Toward the Organization of World Peace", 4/7/1945, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
"Roosevelt Continues to Lead America", 4/14/1945, Carnegie Hall, New York
"Is the American Press doing Its Job?", 5/?/1945, Radio discussion
Statement on V-E Day, 5/7/1945
US Communists' role in Post War world, 5/21/1945, Communist Political Association meeting
First speech on the Duclos article, 5/22/1945, National Board CPA
Discussion of marxism and politics, 5/23/1945, unknown (CPA meeting?)
Tribute to Jacques Roumain, 5/24/1945, Times Hall, New York
"The San Francisco Conference", 5/25/1945, Town Hall Forum
Box 66 1945 Jun
"Soviet-American Relations -- Is It War or Peace?", 6/2/1945, CPUSA National Board meeting
San Francisco Conference (United Nations), 6/4/1945, Manhattan Center [CPA?]
"Tasks of the American Working Class After V-E Day", 6/18/1945, National Committee (CPA)
Working Class and War (and Russian translation), 6/18/1945, National Committee (CPA)
Statement, 6/20/1945, National Committee (CPA)
Box 66 1945 Jul
War in the Pacific, 7/26/1945, National Convention CPA
Foster and Duclos, 7/26/1945, National Convention CPA
Box 66 1946
CP expulsion of Browder, 1/31/1946, Yonkers Club
CP expulsion of Browder, 2/1/1946, Yonkers Club
"Russia and America: How Can we Build a Lasting Peace?", 11/6/1946, Norwalk Town Hall Association debate with Clare Booth Luce
1946 elections, 11/?/1946, unknown
Box 66 1947
One hundredth anniversary of Marx's "Communist Manifesto", 1/19/1947, CBS Radio broadcast on "Invitation to Learning" program
Box 67 1949
"Chinese Lessons for American Marxists", 1/17/1949, Discussion Circle, Woodstock Hotel, New York
"The Coming Economic Crisis in America", 2/14/1949, Discussion Circle, Woodstock Hotel, New York
"War, Peace and Socialism", 4/11/1949, Forum Group, Caravan Hall, New York
"A Market Program for American Progressives", 5/2/1949, Forum Group, Pythian Temple, New York
"How to Halt Crisis and War", 5/2/1949, Forum Group, Pythian Temple, New York
"The USA and the USSR: Their Relative Strength" (and Russian translation), 6/6/1949, Forum Group, Pythian Temple, New York
"Toward and American Peace Policy", ?/?/1949, unknown
Box 67 1950-1956
"Is Russia A Socialist Community?", 3/30/1950, Debate, Eugene V. Debs Society of Brooklyn College, New York
Protest against arrest of Communists , 6/20/1951, Statement given to NBC
"Should Soviet China Be Admitted to the United Nations?", 11/7/1951, Parkway Community Council, Brooklyn, NY
"Crisis of American Progressivism", 6/3/1952, unknown
Statement to the Court re:Mrs. Browder's passport case, ?/?/1952
Interview about Prague Trials, 1/30/1953, unknown
Inteview about Soviet purges, 2/10/1953, Telepress Daily TV News Reel
History of Communism Interview 1, 5/19/1953, unknown
History of Communism Interview 2, 6/2/1953, unknown
History of Communism Interview 3, 6/16/1953, unknown
History of Communism Interview 4, 9/29/1953, unknown
History of Communism Interview 5, 5/4/1954, unknown
Interview, 7/6/1955, W. Goldsmith
Interview, 10/26/1955, Sarah Lawrence College
Civil rights, 9/15/1956, Nassau-Suffolk Socialist Party
Box 67 1957 Nov (1 folder of 5)
"Marxism and America" also called "Karl Marx and America," multiple copies, multiple versions, 11/?/1957, Series of lectures first given at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
,
Box 68 1957 Nov (4 folders of 5)
"Marxism and America" also called "Karl Marx and America," multiple copies, multiple versions, 11/?/1957, Series of lectures first given at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Box 69 1958-1962
"Socialism in America", 12/4/1958, St. Anthony's College, Oxford, England
"Socialism in the Sixties", 8/18/1961, Lecture at Socialist Party Forum, Channing Hall, Los Angeles, California
"International Relations -- Whither?", 1/9/1962, Economics Club discussion
"What Has Happened to Socialism?", 3/16/1962, Lecture, Toronto, ON
Box 69 1963-1967
"On the Sino-Soviet Conflict", 3/21/1963, Lecture, Students' Council, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
"The American Communist Party in the 1930's", 3/9/1966, Lecture, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois
"Where Marx Went Wrong", 5/16/1967, Lecture, State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA
Box 69 Date unknown
American youth movement, unknown
Comments on Norman Levinson's criticism
Debate rebuttal
"Farmer-Labor Party Perspective"
Filing of objections against the CP State ticket in New York, press statement
Gretings to Brazilian CP and Luis Carlos Prestes
Lecture on history of Communism
Party Building, CP Party Building Conference
Peter Caccione campaign (incomplete)
2 page fragment
10 page fragment
Memorabilia
Address books, address lists
Box 70 Miscellaneous undated
Artwork
Oversize 3 Bohnen, Carl, photograph of pencil portrait of Harold Stassen
Oversize 3 Oak, Liston M., woodcut portraits of Stalin and Lenin
Oversize 3 Rico, Dan, woodcut portrait of earl Browder
Oversize 3 Jordan, Theodore Jr., pencil portrait of Tom Mooney
Oversize 3 Gropper, William, pen and ink drawing of woman at sewing machine
Oversize 3 Gibson, Lydia, photograph of oil painting "The Delegates"
Oversize 3 Jacobi, Lotte, pencil portrait and etching
Clippings
Box 71 About Browder 1919-1965 (25 folders)
Box 72 General 1929-1972, undated (4 folders)
Box 72 Amerasia 1947
Box 72 America 1940
Box 72 Chicago Herald American 1943
Box 72 China Weekly Review 1947
Box 72 Commentary 1965
Box 72 Conference Record: Proceedings of the American Jewish Conference 1943
Box 72 The Daily Compass 1951
Box 72 The Daily News (New York) 1946
Oversize 1 Daily Worker, assorted issues
Box 73 For A Lasting Peace, For A People's Democracy 1951
Box 73 Foreign Affairs 1969
Box 73 Foreign Policy Bulletin 1943
Box 73 International Judicial Association Monthly Bulletin 1942
Box 73 Journal of Historical Studies 1969
Box 73 Krokodil (КРОКОДИЛ) 1946
Box 73 Lawyers Guild Review 1943
Box 73 Moscow News 1987
Box 73 National Legionnaire 1936
Oversize 1 National Legionnaire. assorted issues
Box 73 Neues Leben 1987
Box 73 New Republic "Voter's Handbook" 1936
Box 73 The Norwalk Hour, Norwalk, Connecticut 1946
Box 73 The Outlook 1916
Box 73 Party Organizer 1943
Box 73 Political Affairs 1945
Box 73 Political cartoons 1944-1945
Box 73 Scope 1965
Box 73 Soviet Life 1987
Box 73 Spanish Information Service texts and documents 1938
Box 73 Vneshniaia Torgovlia (ВНЕШНЯЯ ТОРГОВЛЯ) (tr. Foreign Trade) 1945
Oversize 1 The Worker, assorted issues
Oversize 1 Worker's World (Kansas City) 1919
Box 73 Yale News 1943
Box 74 Scrapbooks 1940-1950
Family
Box 75 Browder, Andrew 1942-1963
Box 75 Browder, Felix 1927-1975 (4 folders)
Box 75 Browder, Irene undated - notes for autobiography
Box 75 Browder, William 1944-1953 (2 folders of 5)
Box 76 Browder, William 1962-1986, undated (3 folders of 5)
Financial
Browder, Earl
Box 77 General 1944-1965
Box 77 Income tax returns 1938-1962
Box 77 Social Security 1947-1959
Box 77 Browder, Felix 1947-1958
Box 77 Browder, Ralph Waldo 1934-1965
[Earl] Browder, Inc.
Box 78 Bills 1946-1951
Box 78 Certificate of Dissolution 1945
Box 78 Checkbook 1945
Box 78 Taxes 1946-1951
Box 78 Corporate seal embossing tool undated
Distributors Guide, Inc.
Box 79 Bills and expenses 1946
Box 79 Checkbook 1944-1945
Box 79 Minutes and by-laws
Box 79 Stock and transfer ledger
Box 79 Stock certificates
Photographs
Box 80 Abraham Lincoln Brigade 1937, undated
Box 80 Averbuck, Nathan Earl 1939
Box 80 Billings, Warren undated
Box 80 Bloor, Ella Reeve undated
Box 80 Bloor, Ella Reeve, photo of portrait sculpture by A. Cortas undated
Oversize 2 Browder family portraits by Lotte Jacobi
Box 80 Browder family snapshots 1930-1960
Box 80 Browder, Andrew 1940-1960
Browder, Earl
Box 80 [General] 1901-1927, 1935-1937 (2 folders)
Box 80 Autographed 1935-1960, undated
Oversize 2 1936 campaign 1936
Box 80 and family, NY World's Fair 1939
Box 80 and Raisa 1935, 1952, undated
Box 80 in China 1927
Box 80 in Terre Haute, IN 1936
Box 80 Leaving for Atlanta (prison) 1941
Box 80 with James Ford 1936
Box 80 with James Ford and William Foster 1936
Box 80 with Tom Mann 1927
Box 80 with Robert Minor undated
Box 80 with Tom Mooney, Warren Billings and Seymour Waldman 1939
Box 80 with "Scottsboro Boys" 1937
Box 80 Browder, Felix 1929-1961
Box 81 Browder, Felix, Andrew and William 1935-1950
Box 81 Browder, Gladys Groves undated
Box 81 Browder, Raissa undated
Box 81 Browder, William and Martha Jane (neé Hankins), historic family photographs 1870-1940
Box 81 Browder, William (brother of EB) 1920-1960
Box 81 Browder, William (son of E.B.) 1950-1960
Box 81 Communist International 7th World Congress (see also: ovesize Box 2) 1935
Oversize 2 Communist Party meetings 1937, undated
Communist Party Canada
Box 81 Memorial to Mackenzie Papineau Battalion 1938
Box 81 National Convention delegates 1938
Oversize 2 Communist Party, Mexico panorama 1939, 1964
Communist Party USA
Box 81 May Day Parade, Chicago 1938
Box 81 National Nominating Convention 1936
Box 81 Rally in Chicago 1937
Box 81 Corretjer, Juan Antonio 1943
Box 81 Cush, Emmet "Pat" undated
Box 81 Delegates to the Twentieth Anniversary of the October Revolution, Moscow 1937
Box 81 Edward, Prince of Wales 1934
Box 81 Einstein, Albert undated
Box 81 Foster, William Zebulon undated
Box 81 Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley undated
Box 81 Ford, James W. undated
Box 81 Gren, Gil undated
Oversize 2 Heller, Abraham A. undated
Box 81 Herndon, Angelo undated
Box 81 Hoffa, James Riddle undated
Box 81 Jacobi, Lotte, photographs by
See alsoOversize Box 2: Browder family portraits
Box 81 Kalinin, Mikhail Ivanovich 1934
Oversize 2 Lewis, John Llewellyn undated
Box 81 Li Li-San undated
Box 81 Lindbergh, Charles undated
Box 81 Lunacharsky, Anatoly 1930
Box 81 Mann, Tom 1933
Box 81 Minor, Robert undated
Box 81 "Meet the Press" 1950
Box 82 Mooney, Tom undated
Box 82 Mural, "Communism is 20th Century Americanism" undated
Oversize 2 National Council of Soviet-American Friendship dinner 1942
Box 82 Nikolauk, Domenica "Nanya" undated
Box 82 Nobile, Umberto undated
Box 82 Saltonstall, Leverett A. undated
Box 82 Silver Ponds Children's Home, Stalingrad undated
Box 82 Son Chen Ging 1927
Box 82 Soong Ching Ling undated
Soviet Union
Box 82 American students 1934
Box 82 Anniversary, 15th 1932
Box 82 Anniversary, 16th 1933
Box 82 Anniversary, 17th 1934
Box 82 Bakhchikarsky undated
Box 82 Baku undated
Box 82 Batumi undated
Box 82 Essentuki undated
Box 82 Karakol undated
Box 82 Kiev undated
Box 82 Kislovodsk undated
Box 82 Kuzbass undated
Box 82 Leningrad undated
Box 82 May Day Parade, Leningrad undated
Box 82 May Day Parades, Moscow 1931-1936, undated
Box 82 Moscow undated
Box 82 Odessa undated
Box 82 people undated
Box 82 Rostov-on-Don undated
Box 82 Sevastopol undated
Box 82 Sochi undated
Box 82 Stalingrad undated
Box 82 Tiflis undated
Box 82 Tver undated
Box 82 Uzbekistan undated
Box 82 Yalta undated
Box 82 Unidentified places undated
Box 82 Spanish Civil War, "Training Camp #5" undated
Box 82 Thye, Edward John undated
Box 82 Trans-Polar Aviators 1937
Box 82 de Visser, Louis undated
Box 82 Wan Min undated
Box 82 Yarborough, Ralph Webster undated
Box 82 Unidentified undated
Postcards
Box 83 American Airlines undated
Box 83 Arles, France undated
Box 83 Atlanta, Georgia undated
Box 83 Belgium 1930
Box 83 Bismark, North Dakota undated
Box 83 Butte, Montana undated
Box 83 Chicago, Illinois undated
Box 83 Cleveland, Ohio undated
Box 83 Colorado undated
Box 83 Cunard White Star Lines undated
Box 83 Florida 1938, undated
Box 83 France, Pyrénées Orientales undated
Box 83 Germany undated
Box 83 Glendale, California undated
Box 83 Golden Gate International Exposition 1939
Box 83 Louvre Museum undated
Box 83 Massachusetts 1937, 1941
Box 83 Mexico undated
Box 83 New Hampshire 1940
Box 83 New Jersey 1936
Box 83 New York City undated
Box 83 New York State 1937,1938 undated
Box 83 New York World's Fair 1939
Box 83 North Carolina undated
Box 83 Novelty undated
Box 83 Oregon undated
Box 83 Paris 1937 undated
Box 83 Pennsylvania undated
Box 84 St. Louis, Missouri undated
Box 84 Salt Lake City, Utah undated
Soviet Union
Box 84 Baku 1927
Box 84 Breastfeeding campaign undated
Box 84 Crimea 1925 - 1929
Box 84 Gagri 1927
Box 84 Kislovodsk undated
Box 84 Moscow undated
Box 84 Nizhny Novgorod undated
Box 84 Novorossiysk 1927
Box 84 Sochi 1928
Box 84 Ural Mountains 1928
Box 84 Spanish Civil War undated
Box 84 Tennessee undated
Box 84 United Airlines undated
Box 84 Union Pacific Railroad Pictorial Series undated
Box 84 Vienna 1948
Box 84 Virginia undated
Box 84 Warsaw, Poland undated
Washington, DC
Box 84 Aerial views undated
Box 84 Buildings undated
Box 84 Cherry blossoms undated
Box 84 Yugoslavia undated
Printed material
Oversize 3 Manet Peintures Les Éditions du Chêne 1949
Box 85 Song sheets
Box 85 Miscellaneous
Sound recordings
Note on alternate formats: All recordings have been digitized.
America and the Soviet-German Pact undated (ID#: browder_e_17)
Brooklyn Speech, Copy 3, Sides 1 and 3 undated (ID#: browder_e_18)
Brooklyn Speech, Copy 4, Sides 2 and 4 undated (ID#: browder_e_19)
Browder Acceptance Speech 6/2/1940 (2 discs / 4 sides) (ID#: browder_e_03, browder_e_04)
Earl Browder 9/25/1940 (2 discs / 4 sides) (ID#: browder_e_05, browder_e_06)
Earl Browder 10/13/40 (2 discs / 4 sides) (ID#: browder_e_21, browder_e_21)
Earl Browder Foreign Policy 10/6/[40?] (3 discs / 6 sides) (ID#: browder_e_10, browder_e_11, browder_e_12)
Earl Browder Foreign Policy WABC 10/10/40 (2 discs / 4 sides) (ID#: browder_e_08, browder_e_09)
Earl Browder Says: Excerpts from Speech of Feb. 24, 1941 (ID#: browder_e_07)
James Ford Acceptance Speech 6/2/1940 (ID#: browder_e_13)
Mike Wallace interview 20 Jun 1957 - Earl Browder on the Mike Wallace Show (ID#: browder_e_23, browder_e_24)
Mike Wallace interview 26 Feb 1957 - Earl Browder segment on Mike Wallace’s Night Beat (ID#: browder_e_25, browder_e_26)
The Most Peculiar Election Campaign 8 Sep 1940 (3 discs / 6 sides) (ID#: browder_e_14, browder_e_15, browder_e_16)
The Quiet Man from Kansas undated - browder_e_34
Lyrics by Mark Hess, original music by Frank Pearson, soloist Arthur Atkins with the American People's Chorus; distributed by Workers' Book Shop in New York City
To Youth 10/4/1940 (2 discs / 4 sides) (ID#: browder_e_01, browder_e_02)
Soundscriber discs undated - includes Browder, Luce, rebuttals, (5 discs, 10 sides) (ID#: browder_e_29, browder_e_30, browder_e_31, browder_e_32, browder_e_33)
[Unlabeled] - cardboard with nitrocellulose lacquer (2 discs) (ID#: browder_e_27, browder_e_28)
[Unlabeled - W I and W II] - W 1 - initial call and W 2 - follow up; "Phone taps" of calls. (ID#: browder_e_20)
Travel souvenirs
Box 85 "Asian Administrative-Political Districts of the Soviet Union" 1929
Box 85 French Line Ile-de-France baggage sticker undated
Box 85 Hong Kong Labor Committee delegate medallions 1927
Box 85 Leningrad tour book 1987
Box 85 "Liste des Passagers" Ile-de-France 1935
Box 85 Map of China (in Russian) 1933
Box 85 Map of the Moscow Metro undated
Box 85 "Pictorial Street Map of Moscow" (Intourist) undated
Box 85 Miscellaneous
Box 86 Miscellaneous empty portfolios
Box 86 Necktie, black

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