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Hermann Hagedorn Papers

An inventory of his papers at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882-1964
Title: Hermann Hagedorn Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1904-1962
Quantity: 2.0 linear ft.
Abstract: Papers of the American poet, novelist, biographer. Correspondence (1905-1962), with George Pierce Baker, Lucien Price, Alice Ehlers, Albert Schweitzer, Van Wyck Brooks, Reinhold Niebuhr, Jack London, and others; research files on subjects of his biographies: Edwin Arlington Robinson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Schweitzer; manuscripts of writings (1904-1958); and memorabilia (1907-1962), including clippings and photographs.
Language: Majority in English, some in German
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

Hermann Hagedorn, biographer of Theodore Roosevelt, poet, and novelist, was born in New York on 18 July 1882, the son of Hermann and Anna (Schwedler) Hagedorn. He prepared at the Hill School and took his bachelor's degree in 1907 at Harvard College. He married Dorothy Oakley in 1908. After traveling in Europe and studying at the University of Berlin and Columbia, he returned to Harvard in the spring of 1909 as an instructor in English and an assistant in comparative literature to Barrett Wendell. He taught there for two years. Novels, plays, and volumes of verse followed. He wrote lyrics for the Peterborough pageant and was affiliated with the artists' colony in Peterborough, N.H., as a director of the Edward MacDowell Association. With Porter Emerson Browne, Julian Street, and Charles Hanson Towne he founded the Vigilantes, an organization of American writers founded in 1916 to support American citizenship and preparedness for the war.

During the pre-convention campaign of 1916 he met Theodore Roosevelt, whose personality captivated him; the resulting friendship shaped the course of his career. The former president cooperated with him in the writing of The Boys' Life of Theodore Roosevelt, published in 1918. After Roosevelt's death the following year, Hermann Hagedorn became assistant secretary and later executive secretary of the Roosevelt Memorial Association, an affiliation he maintained for the rest of his life. From the association's offices in the Roosevelt birthplace site in New York City, he researched other books on the former president: Roosevelt in the Badlands, Roosevelt, Prophet of Unity, The Bugle that Woke America, and The Roosevelt Family of Sagamore Hill. He also edited several selections of the president's writings, including the twenty-volume Works of Theodore Roosevelt. Leonard Wood, the military surgeon who was a Roosevelt confidant, and Edwin Arlington Robinson, the poet whose popularity Roosevelt encouraged, were subjects of his biographies. He was the director of the Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Commission from 1955 to 1959.

Other subjects of his biographical pen were William Boyce Thompson, the mining operator, Robert S. Brookings, merchant, philanthropist, and founder of the Brookings Institution, and Albert Schweitzer. A collection of biographical sketches, Americans: A Book of Lives, was published in 1946. His books for children, widely used in schools, include Book of Courage and We, the People. Two later works in verse are Combat at Midnight (1940) and The Bomb that Fell on America (1946); letters regarding the publication and public reception of the latter title make up a part of the correspondence in these papers. In The Hyphenated Family; An American Saga, he tells the story of his German-American family. During much of his adult life he lived in Santa Barbara, Calif., where he died on 27 July 1964.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Hermann Hagedorn Papers comprise Correspondence of scattered dates, Memorabilia, partial Research files on three subjects of his biographies, manuscripts of some 130 stories and other writings, and a small Biographical file. Although most dated items predate 1950, the span dates of the papers are 1904-1962. Most of the manuscripts carry no dates.

Correspondence--incoming letters and carbons of his replies chronologically arranged--dates from 1905 to 1962. There are 375 letters addressed to Hermann Hagedorn, 102 of his letters, and 33 letters addressed to other correspondents. The earliest letters are from friends and teachers during his undergraduate days at Harvard: George Pierce Baker, LeBaron Russell Briggs, Mark A. DeWolfe Howe, Bliss Perry, Lucien Price, and Barrett Wendell. Edwin Arlington Robinson is the subject of some correspondence from 1935 and 1936. Letters of March 1936 were generated by a memorandum on how best to allocate a half-million-dollar fund given to the American Institute of Arts and Letters; memoranda concerning the endowment fund are located with memorabilia in box 1.

The heaviest concentration of letters is from the 1940s. Albert Schweitzer is the subject of many letters from 1944 to 1946, when the author was preparing his biography. Correspondents include Julius Seelye Bixler, Alice Ehlers, Edith G. H. Lenel, Emmy Martin, Hubert W. Peet, and Everett Skillings, as well as Albert and Hélène Schweitzer themselves. There are carbons of Hermann Hagedorn's letters to Albert Schweitzer, but there are no original letters from Albert Schweitzer in these papers. Copies of Albert Schweitzer's letters to Hermann Hagedorn are located in the research files in boxes 2 and 3. Also in the same files are copies and extracts of Albert Schweitzer letters to other correspondents.

Other correspondents include Van Wyck Brooks, Jack London, Lewis Mumford, Reinhold Niebuhr, and Paul Tillich. A complete index of the correspondence is appended to this inventory. From 1946 there are letters, some of them addressed to the Pacific Coast Publishing Company, that relate to the publication and public reception of Hermann Hagedorn's book The Bomb that Fell on America. Some other correspondence appears elsewhere in these papers. In box 2 there is a small file of correspondence, 1944-1946, exchanged between Hermann Hagedorn and the Reference Department of the Library of Congress, on the subject of books about Albert Schweitzer; these letters are not indexed in the index of correspondents.

Memorabilia from 1907 to 1962 is arranged in boxes 1 and 2. There are clippings of articles by Hermann Hagedorn, including tear sheets of his contributions to The Outlook, clippings about him, photographs, promotional files (of readers' comments, blurb copy, and the like) on four of his books, published reviews of his books, and other items. One folder holds memoranda and other material relating to the use of an American Institute of Arts and Letters endowment fund.

Research files on three subjects of Hermann Hagedorn's biographies are arranged in boxes 2 and 3. Although not complete, these files do hold clippings, notes, and other material used by the author. Edwin Arlington Robinson is represented by clippings, Hagedorn's notes, and other items. Two small folders of printed material on Theodore Roosevelt are followdd by a more extensive file on Albert Schweitzer, part of the notes on which Hagedorn based his biography. There are folders with copies of 22 Albert Schweitzer letters (no originals), 1920-1945, copies of a letter from Hélène Schweitzer and excerpts from additional Albert Schweitzer letters, clippings about Albert Schweitzer, and notes. Typescript memoirs of Albert Schweitzer by Hubert W. Peet and Maude Royden are present, as is a translation from the Swedish of a memoir by Schweitzer himself in which he describes his visit to Uppsala in 1920. Four folders of photographs include 31 snapshots and other prints mailed by Schweitzer to Hagedorn in 1945; a caption list in Albert Schweitzer's handwriting is separately foldered. One of the photographs listed there, number 10, reproduced as the frontispiece of Prophet in the Wilderness, is not now located. Further details on holdings appear in the accompanying shelflist.

Manuscripts of Hermann Hagedorn's writings, 1904 to 1958 with many undated pieces, are arranged in boxes 3 and 4. The 130-odd manuscripts include approximately 30 stories and approximately 60 poems. There are no complete manuscripts of his books, but there is one chapter of Prophet in the Wilderness, apparently not part of the book as published. The earliest item is a 27-page dramatic poem in German, "Das mitternächtliche Königsreich," in a bound leather notebook. A section of miscellaneous manuscripts ends with several unidentified items. A detailed listing of the manuscripts is part of the shelflist.

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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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Subject Headings

Persons

Baker, George Pierce, 1866-1935
Brooks, Van Wyck, 1886-1963
Ehlers, Alice
Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882-1964 Archives
London, Jack, 1876-1916
Niebuhr, Reinhold, 1892-1971
Price, Lucien, 1883-1964
Robinson, Edwin Arlington, 1869-1935
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
Schweitzer, Albert, 1875-1965

Subjects

American literature, 20th century
Authors, American
Biography, Authorship
Poets, American

Genres and Forms

Clippings
Photographs
Poems
Speeches

Occupations

Authors
Biographers
Poets

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Hermann Hagedorn Papers,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Gift of Hermann Hagedorn, 1964.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: EL
Date: Jun 1978
Revision history: 8 Oct 2006 - converted to EAD (AMCon)

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Inventory

Biographical material
Box 1 Biographical material ca. 1922, undated - holo. and ts
Correspondence
Box 1 1905
Box 1 1906-1907
Box 1 1912-1913
Box 1 1931-1935
Box 1 1936
Box 1 1940
Box 1 1944 Sep-Oct
Box 1 1944 Nov-Dec
Box 1 1945 Jan-Apr
Box 1 1945 May
Box 1 1945 Jun
Box 1 1945 Jul-Dec
Box 1 1946 Jan-Feb
Box 1 1946 Mar 1 - 19
Box 1 1946 Mar 20-31
Box 1 1946 Apr 1 -15
Box 1 1946 Apr 16-30
Box 1 1946 May
Box 1 1946 Jun
Box 1 1946 Jul-Dec
Box 1 1947
Box 1 1955-1962
Box 1 undated
Box 1 n.y.
Memorabilia
Box 1 American Institute of Arts and Letters endowment March 1936 - memoranda, covering letter, and mailing list, holo. and ts
Box 1 Clippings about Hermann Hagedorn 1936-1958, undated - pr. mat.
Box 1 Clippings of articles by Hermann Hagedorn 1957, undated - pr. mat.
Box 1 Clippings of work by Hermann Hagedorn in The Outlook 1923-1925 - pr. mat.
Box 1 Clippings of other published work by Hermann Hagedorn 1907-1936 - pr. mat.
Box 1 Photographs (11) of Hermann Hagedorn undated
Box 2 Promotional file on The Bomb that Fell on America ca. 1946
Box 2 Promotional file on The Hyphenated Family ca. 1960
Box 2 Promotional file on Prophet in the Wilderness ca. 1947
Box 2 Promotional file on While There is Time ca. 1962
Box 2 Reminiscences of Hermann Hagedorn by Harold T. Pulsifer undated - ts, 4 pp.
Box 2 Reviews of books by Hermann Hagedorn - pr. mat.
Box 2 The Hyphenated Family 1960
Box 2 Menschenfreund im Urwald (Prophet in the Wilderness) 1955 - clippings from German publications
Box 2 Prophet in the Wilderness 1947-1949 (2 folders)
Box 2 Other works 1945-1958
Box 2 Miscellaneous items 1936-1949, undated
Research files
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Box 2 Address by Kenneth C. M. Sills 12 May 1935 - presented at the memorial meeting in honor of Edwin Arlington Robinson, Gardiner, Maine, ts, 8 pp. (2 copies)
Box 2 Bibliographic notes undated
Box 2 Clippings 1920-1936 - pr. mat.
Box 2 Clippings mounted on scrapbook pages 1905-1931
Box 2 Notes, holo. and ts undated
Theodore Roosevelt
Box 2 Printed items from the Roosevelt Centennial 1957
Box 2 Miscellaneous items various dates - pr. mat.
Albert Schweitzer
Box 2 Correspondence between Hermann Hagedorn and the Reference Department of the Library of Congress 1944-1946
Not indexed in the index of correspondence that is appended to this inventory.
Clippings and articles about Albert Schweitzer - pr. mat.
Box 2 1910-1935
Box 2 1938-1950
Box 2 1951-1954, undated
Box 2 Clippings and articles about Albert Schweitzer 1925-1949, undated - all photostats
Box 2 Envelope that contained letters now at Syracuse and list of notable correspondents, in the handwriting of Hermann Hagedorn probably 1964
Box 2 Letters from Albert Schweitzer to Hermann Hagedorn 1944-1945 - 5, all copies, holo. and ts, no originals
Box 3 Letter from Albert Schweitzer to Edith Lenel, dated at Lambaréné 9 May 1931 - 1 copy, in the handwriting of Edith Lenel
Box 3 Letters from Albert Schweitzer to Edith Lenel, dated at various places 1920-1936 - 13, all photostat copies, no originals
Box 3 Letters from Albert Schweitzer to Everett Skillings, dated at Lambaréné 1943-1944 - 3, all typescript copies
Box 3 Letter from Hélène Schweitzer to Everett Skillings 30 April 1944 - typescript copy
Box 3 Letter excerpts from Albert Schweitzer to Alice Ehlers, 2 pp. The letters from which these excerpts are taken date 1932-1938 - typescript copies
Box 3 Memoir by H. W. Peet, "Where a great man grew up; a visit to Dr. Schweitzer's village in Alsace" undated, undated - 2 copies, ts, 5 pp. and tsc, 12 pp.
Box 3 Memoir by Maude Royden, "Dr. Albert Schweitzer" undated - ts, 15 pp.
Box 3 Memoir by Albert Schweitzer, "A benefactor to the natives of Ogowes primeval forest" undated, undated - translated from the Swedish by Schurer O. Werner; 2 copies; anno. ts, 7 pp. and tsc, 14 pp.
Box 3 Notes, holo. undated
Box 3 Notes, ts undated
Photographs
Box 3 Lists of photographs undated - 2 items, one in the hand of Albert Schweitzer, another in that of Edith Lenel
Box 3 Photograph of a sculpture portrait of Albert Schweitzer May 1949 - Inscribed by the sculptor, Louis Mayer, to Hermann Hagedorn
Box 3 Photographic prints of Albert Schweitzer (14), including some negative prints
Box 3 Snapshots and other prints, labeled by Schweitzer and mailed from Gunsbach to Hermann Hagedorn 1945 - 31 of the 32 listed by Schweitzer
Box 3 Queries submitted to Albert Schweitzer by Hermann Hagedorn 1944
Box 3 Miscellaneous items, mostly pr. mat. various dates
Writings
Books
Box 3 Americans: A Book of Lives - chapter on George Washington Carver, holo., 14 pp.
The Hyphenated Family
Box 3 Draft A, rev. holo. - incomplete
Draft B, anno. tsc
Box 3 Chapter 1
Box 3 Chapter 2
Box 3 Chapter 3
Box 3 Chapter 7
Box 3 Fragments
Box 3 Draft C, Chapter 3, tsc
Box 3 Draft D, anno. tsc - incomplete
Prophet in the Wilderness
Box 3 Chapter 15 - not part of the book as published?
Box 3 Miscellaneous pages
Box 3 Dramatic poem, "Das mitternächtliche Königreich" 25 August 1904 - holo., 27 pp. in a bound leather notebook
Speeches
Box 3 Remarks at an awards presentation of the Theodore Roosevelt Association undated - tsc, 10 pp.
Box 3 "A Sanctuary of the Free Spirit" 4 July 1958 - remarks by Hermann Hagedorn at the dedication of Theodore Roosevelt Island, (2 copies), anno. tsc draft, 4 pp. and mimeographed copy, 4 pp.
Stories
Box 3 The Angel of the Resurrection undated - tsc, 5 pp.
Box 3 The Blue Eyed Johnny undated - tsc, 35 pp.
Box 3 The Byronic Mechanic undated - tsc, 5 pp.
Box 3 The Daughter of the Confederacy undated - ts, 5 pp.
Box 4 The Engineers undated - ts, 2 pp.
Box 4 The Growth of Tough Luck Zoggie undated - anno, ts, 33 pp.
Box 4 The Growth of Tough Luck Zoggie undated - holo., approx. 73 pp.
Box 4 The Heavenward Journey of Old Doc John undated - anno. ts, 15 pp.
Box 4 It Is the Hour of Stars undated - anno. ts, 11 pp.
See also There Is Always the Star
Box 4 A Leader in Civic Movements undated - tsc, 7 pp.
Box 4 The Mirage undated - ts, 3 pp.
Box 4 A Mother Explains the Younger Generation undated - ts, 4 pp.
Box 4 My Friend Jack undated - anno. ts, 10 pp.
Box 4 My Mormon undated - anno. ts, 7 pp.
Box 4 Pete Halliday's Housekeeper undated - tsc, 9 pp.
Box 4 The Politics of Politics undated - tsc, 5 pp.
Box 4 Prohibition's Farce undated - tsc, 3 pp.
Box 4 Remembered Springtime undated - ts, 9 pp.
Box 4 The State Fair undated - tsc, 4 pp.
Box 4 A Strike for Manna Dew undated - anno. ts, 4 pp.
Box 4 The Talker undated - ts, 3 pp.
Box 4 There Is a Gleam in Amarillo's Eyes undated - anno. ts, 8 pp.
Box 4 There Is Always the Star undated - anno. ts, 10 pp.
Box 4 There Is Always the Star undated - rev. holo., 10 pp.
Box 4 This Fellow Is on Fire! undated - rev. holo., 19 pp.
Box 4 The Vicissitudes of a Landlubber undated - ts, 17 pp.
Box 4 Vision! undated - anno. tsc, 9 pp.
Box 4 Why, Asked the Boy undated - holo., 2 pp.
Verse
Box 4 Affirmation undated - rev. holo., 1 p.
Box 4 America 1939, undated - holo., 1 p.
Box 4 Das Antlitz der Medusa (The Face of the Medusa) undated - ts, 10 pp., a translation into German, possibly by Ruby Marie Simon
Box 4 Die Bombe, die auf Amerika fiel undated - anno. ts, 50 pp., translation by Ruby Marie Simon
Box 4 Die Bombe, die auf Amerika fiel, Teil I undated - tsc, 17 pp.
Box 4 Die Bombe, die auf Amerika fiel, Teil III undated - anno. ts, 10 pp.
Box 4 Broadway and Forty-Second undated - rev. holo., 1 p.
Box 4 Combat at Midnight undated - 6 poems from; ts, 18 pp., translated into German by Ruby Marie Simon
Box 4 Combat at Midnight undated - ts, 23 pp.
Box 4 The Crusaders undated - holo., 3 pp.
Box 4 East and West undated - holo., 2 pp.
Box 4 Faces undated - holo., 2 pp.
Box 4 God Is Not Mocked undated - 2 copies; holo., 2 pp. and 1 p.
Box 4 Lights undated, undated - holo., 1 p., and anno. ts, 1 p.
Box 4 The News from Quidnet undated - holo., 3 pp.
Box 4 Not by Themselves undated - holo., 3 pp.
Box 4 So This Is Marriage! 8 May 1928 - To Edith A. and Adolf G. Hagedorn), ts, 3 pp.
Box 4 Starry Night undated - rev, holo., 1 p.
Box 4 There Is a Need of Bonfires undated - holo., 3 pp.
Box 4 What's Right with America? undated - holo., 2 pp.
Box 4 While There Is Time undated - holo., 8 pp.
Box 4 While There Is Time undated - ts, 8 pp.
Box 4 While There Is Time undated - pr. mat., pre-publication printing
Box 4 The Wrestlers undated - rev, holo., 19 pp.
Miscellaneous poems - individual poem titles are listed on the front of the two folders
Box 4 13 poems undated - holo., ts, tsc, and pr. mat.
Box 4 18 poems (some in duplicate), mostly from the collection Combat at Midnight undated - ts and tsc, some annotated
Box 4 Fragments
Miscellaneous writings
Box 4 American Citizenship undated - holo., 3 pp.
Box 4 The Anti-Nicotine Reformer undated - ts, 2 pp.
Box 4 Appeal for funds on Albert Schweitzer's 70th Birthday ca. 1945 - anno. ts, 3 pp.
Box 4 The Boyce Thompson Institute of Plant Research undated - holo., 11 pp.
Box 4 The Breakfast Station undated - ts, 3 pp.
Box 4 Frank Laubach undated - a biographical sketch; anno. ts, 25 pp.
Box 4 Frank Linderman as I Knew Him 1939 - holo., 7 pp.
Box 4 Franklin D. Roosevelt undated - tsc, 13 pp.
Box 4 Frontier undated - outline for a play in one act; anno. ts, 8 pp.
Box 4 George Washington Carver undated - tsc, 14 pp.
Box 4 The Golden Calf undated - tsc, 5 pp.
Box 4 Industrial Histories undated - 6 copies; each is tsc, 6 pp.
Box 4 Law in Tennessee undated - ts, 1 p.
Box 4 November Dawn undated - ts, 1 p.
Box 4 Oklahoma undated - ts, 1 p.
Box 4 On Religion undated - holo., 7 pp.
Box 4 Tribute to Josephine Preston Peabody undated - tsc, 1 p.
Box 4 Unidentified undated - holo., 3 pp.
Box 4 Unidentified fragment of a play undated - pp. 19-41, anno. ts
Index to correspondence
  • Adams, James Truslow
    • 1936 Jul 22 Southport, Ct. (TLS)
  • Allen, Henry J.
    • 1946 Apr 2 Wichita, Kan. (TLS)
  • Austin, Mary
    • n.y. Aug 16 p.p. (ALS)
  • Avitt, Louise
    • 1946 Apr 17 Los Angeles (postcard)
  • Babson, Roger W.
    • 1946 Mar 20 Babson Park, Ma. (secretarial)
    • 1946 May 5 New York (ALS)
  • Bailard, Edna B.
    • 1946 Apr? Carpinteria, Calif. (ALS)
  • Bailey, Arthur Ward
    • 1946 Jul 9 Los Altos, Calif. Pacific Coast Publishing Co. (TLS)
  • Baker, George Pierce
    • 1905 Nov 21 Cambridge (ALS)
    • 1905 Nov 29 Cambridge (TLS)
  • Baker & Taylor Co.
    • 1946 Jun 7 New York (telegram)
  • Baldwin, Hanson W.
    • 1946 Mar 19 New York (TLS)
  • Barrows, David Prescott
    • 1946 Mar 19 Berkeley, Calif. (TLS)
  • Bartlett, Truman H.
    • 1913 Oct 11 Chocorva, N.H. (ALS)
  • Baylor, Anna Manning
    • 1946 Aug 11 South Byfield, Mass. (ALS)
  • Beach, Goodwin B.
    • 1946 Apr 6 Hartford, Ct. (ALS)
  • Belden, Albert D.
    • 1946 Jun 17 Los Angeles (ALS)
  • Bell, Bernard Iddings
    • 1946 Mar 19 Chicago (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr 7 Chicago (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr? Chicago (ALS)
  • Bell, Laird
    • 1946 Jun 19 Chicago (TLS)
  • Bergel, Kurt
    • 1944 Nov 2 Deep Springs, Calif. (TLS)
  • Beston, Henry
    • 1946 Mar 16 Nobleboro, Me. (ALS)
  • Bixler, J.S.
    • 1944 Dec 18 Waterville, Me. (TLS)
  • Boas, Franz
    • 1905 Dec 19 New York (TLS)
  • Boddy, Manchester
    • 1946 Mar 15 n.p. (TLS)
  • Bonnell, John Sutherland
    • 1946 Mar 19 New York (TLS)
  • Bonner, Amy
    • 1946 May 25 Chicago Pacific Coast Publishing Co. (TLS)
  • Boyd, William R., Jr.
    • 1947 Sep 12 New York (TLS)
  • Bridges, Robert
    • 1936 May 4 New York (TLS)
  • Briggs, Ina C.
    • 1946 May 14 New York (TLS, to Mrs. Walter S. Lemmon)
  • Briggs, LeBaron Russell
    • 1905 Sep 13 Plymouth, Mass. (ALS)
  • Brookings, Isabel
    • 1936 Jul 2 Gloucester, Mass. (ALS)
    • 1936 Jul 7 Gloucester, Mass. (ALS)
    • 1936 Jul 8 Gloucester, Mass. (ALS)
  • Brooks, Van Wyck
    • 1936 Mar 5 Summerville, S.C. (ALS)
    • 1936 Mar 13 Summerville, S.C. (ALS)
    • 1936 Jun 8 Westport, Ct. (ALS)
    • 1936 Jul 21 Westport, Ct. (postcard)
    • n.d. Westport, Ct. (ALS)
    • 1946 Feb 18 Carmel, Calif. (ALS)
    • 1946 Feb 23 Carmel, Calif. (ALS)
  • Buck, Pearl S.
    • 1945 Jul 2 Perkasie, Pa. (TLS)
    • 1945 Jul 5 New York (TLS)
  • Bynner, Witter
    • 1905 Nov 1 New York (TLS)
  • Canaday,
    • 1946 Mar 15 Toledo, Ohio (Secretarial)
  • Cartier, Elma Rumsey
    • 1946 --- -- New York (ALS)
  • Chambrun, Jacques
    • 1946 May 27 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Jun 3 New York (telegram)
  • Charnwood, Dorothea Mary Roby (Thorpe)
    • 1931 Aug 12 London (ALS)
  • Charnwood, Godfrey Rathbone Benson
    • 1931 Aug 11 London (ALS)
  • Claxton, Allen E.
    • 1946 Apr 1 New York (TLS)
  • Clinton, Clifford E.
    • 1946 Jun 25 Hollywood, Calif. (TLS)
  • Combe, Andrew
    • 1946 Mar 31 Ft. Leavenworth, Kan (ALS)
  • Compton, Arthur H.
    • 1946 May 15 St. Louis (TLS)
  • Conant, James B.
    • 1946 Apr 15 Cambridge (TLS)
  • Conried, Heinrich
    • 1905 Nov 20 New York (to Kuno Francke) (TLS)
    • 1905 Dec 15 New York (TLS)
  • Constable, Wilna L.
    • 1946 Apr 23 Orlando, Flor. (ALS)
  • Conway, Rose A. (see Harry S. Truman)
  • Cushing, Harvey
    • 1931 Nov 20 Boston (TLS)
  • Damrosch, Walter
    • 1936 Mar 3 [New York] (TLS)
  • Davenport, F.M.
    • 1946 Mar 21 Washington (TLS)
  • Davenport, Russell
    • 1946 Jun 10 New Haven, Conn. (TLS)David, Donald K.
    • 1947 Oct 20 Boston (TLS)
  • Davison, Archibald
    • 1944 Oct 23 Cambridge (TLS)
  • Desmond, Thomas C.
    • 1962 Apr 17 Newburgh, N.Y. (TLS)
  • Deutsch, Monroe E.
    • 1946 Apr 5 Berkeley, Calif. (TLS)
  • Ditzler, Harold E.
    • 1946 Mar 16 Los Angeles (TLS)
  • Donegan, Horace W.B.
    • 1946 Apr 27 New York (TLS)
  • Dreier, Mary Elisabeth
    • 1946 Apr 4 Brooksville, Flor. (ALS)
  • Dulles, John Foster
    • 1946 Mar 15 New York (TLS)
  • Edwards, Deane
    • 1946 Mar 20 New York (TLS)
  • Ehlers, Alice
    • 1944 Oct 19 Palos Verdes, Calif. (ALS)
  • Eichelberger, Clark M.
    • 1946 Apr 10 New York (TLS)
  • Eklund, Abel
    • 1944 Nov 2 Needles, Calif. (ALS, to Walter G. Muelder)
  • Elliott, Errol T.
    • 1946 Apr 5 Richmond, Ind. (ALS)
  • Ewing, Joseph M.
    • 1946 Mar 15 Santa Barbara, Calif. (TLS)
  • Ficke, Arthur Davison
    • 1936 Aug 16 Hillsdale, N.Y. (TLS)
  • Field, Marshall
    • 1946 Mar 14 Chicago (TLS)
  • Field, Pearl Hendrick
    • 1946 Jun 4 Beverly Hills, Calif. (ALS)
  • Fifield, James W. Jr.
    • 1946 Apr 8 Los Angeles (ALS)
  • Fillmore, J.E.
    • 1946 May 23 Leonia, N.J. (ALS)
  • Fillmore, Ina W.
    • 1946 May 26 Leonia, N.J. (ALS)
  • Fisher, Dorothy Canfield
    • 1946 Mar 16 Arlington, Vt. (TLS)
    • 1946 Mar 28 Arlington, Vt. (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr 2 Arlington, Vt. (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 16 Arlington, Vt. (TLS)
    • 1946 Aug 23 Arlington, Vt. (TLS)
  • Ford, John Anson
    • 1946 Jun 5 Los Angeles (TLS)
  • Fosdick, Harry Emerson
    • 1946 Apr 8 New York (secretarial)
  • Francke, Kuno
    • 1905 Aug? 16 Cambridge (ALS)
    • 1905 Nov 11 Cambridge (ALS)
  • The Friend
    • 1946 Apr 4 Philadelphia (secretarial)
  • Fritchman, Stephen H.
    • 1946 Mar 23 Boston (TLS)
  • Gannon, Robert I.
    • 1946 Mar 27 New York (TLS)
  • Garrison, Winfred Ernest
    • 1946 Apr 15 Chicago (TLS, to Frank G. Tyrrell)
  • Goddard, Kathleen
    • 1945 Jan 15 Santa Barbara, Calif. (TLS)
  • Goodrich, Arthur
    • 1936 Mar 7 [New York] (ALS)
    • 1936 Mar 12 n.p. (ALS)
    • 1936 Mar 15 n.p. (ALS)
  • Goodwin, Maud Wilder
    • n.y. Mar 10 Washington, D.C. (ALS)
    • n.y. Aug 24 Seal Harbor (ALS)
    • n.y. Oct 4 [New York] (ALS)
    • n.y. Dec 25 Washington Court (ALS)
    • 1905 Jul 19 Fieldwood Palace (ALS, to "Your Excellency" [H.H.Jr])
  • Goodykoontz, Susan Blakey
    • 1946 Mar 28 Boulder, Col. (ANS)
  • Gras, N.S.B.
    • 1947 Oct 22 Boston (TLS)
  • Green, Erastus H.
    • 1946 May 15 W. Somerville, Mass. (TLS)
  • Green, William
    • 1946 Apr 2 Washington (TLS)
  • Grew, Joseph C.
    • 1946 Apr 22 Washington (TLS)
  • Guild, Curtis Jr.
    • 1907 Jun 2 Boston (ALS)
  • Hagedorn, Hermann
  • (All letters are represented by carbons, unless otherwise stated.)
    • 1936 Mar 10 (to James Truslow Adams)
    • n.d. (draft, to Bahn & Taylor)
    • 1944 Oct 13 (to Kurt Bergel)
    • 1944 Nov 15
    • 1944 Dec 14 (to Julius Seelye Bixler)
    • 1947 Sep 10 (to W.R. Boyd, Jr.)
    • 1936 Feb 28 (to Van Wyck Brooks)
    • 1936 Mar 10
    • 1936 Mar 26
    • 1945 Jun 28 (to C.E. Cahn-Bronner)
    • 1936 Feb 28 (to Walter Damrosch)
    • 1944 Oct 13 (2 copies, to Archibald Davison)
    • 1944 Sep 15 (to Alice Ehlers)
    • 1944 Oct 26
    • 1944 Nov 21
    • 1945 May 21
    • 1947 Apr 16 (to [Abel] Eklund)
    • 1936 Mar 10 (to Hamlin Garland)
    • 1945 Jan 24 (to Kathleen Goddard)
    • 1936 Feb 28 (to Arthur Goodrich)
    • 1936 Mar 10
    • 1945 Jun 28 (to W.K. Gottstein)
    • 1947 Oct 23 (to N.S.B. Gras)
    • 1945 Apr 9 (to Henry Holt & Company)
    • 1947 Feb 28
    • 1947 Apr 12
    • 1944 Oct 13 (to T.E. Hume)
    • 1944 Sep 15 (to Allen Hunter)
    • 1944 Nov 14 (to Paul Hutchinson)
    • n.y. Oct 10 (draft, to [Thomas W.] Lamont)
    • 1947 Feb 28 (to Harold S. Latham)
    • 1945 May 8 (to Edith G.H. Lenel)
    • 1945 May 22
    • 1945 May 28
    • 1945 Jun 1
    • 1945 Jun 4
    • 1945 Jun 13
    • 1945 Jun 19
    • 1945 Jul 3
    • 1945 Sep 7
    • 1945 Nov 15
    • 1936 Feb 28 (to Jonas Lie)
    • 1945 Nov 15 (to Emmy Martin)
    • 1947 Sep 13 (to Herryman Maurer)
    • 1956 Mar 25 (to [ ] Meiner)
    • 1945 May 21 (to Jeanne Mettenet)
    • 1944 Sep 15 (to Missionary Education Movement)
    • 1944 Oct 26 (to Charles Clayton Morrison)
    • 1944 Oct 17 (to Walter G. Muelder)
    • 1945 Jan 30
    • 1945 Jul 6
    • 1945 Feb 28 (2 copies, to Edouard Nies-Berger)
    • 1945 Mar 26
    • 1944 Dec 13 (to Hubert W. Peet)
    • 1945 Feb 22
    • 1945 Apr 30
    • 1936 Mar 10 (to John Russell Pope)
    • 1936 Mar 10 (to A. Phimister Proctor)
    • 1944 Oct 13 (to John D. Regester)
    • 1944 Oct 26
    • 1944 Dec 13 (to Karl Reiland)
    • 1945 Jan 15
    • 1945 Jan 30
    • 1944 Nov 14 (to A.A. Roback)
    • 1945 Jun 22
    • 1936 Mar 10 (to Elihu Root)
    • 1936 Mar 10 (to F. Wellington Ruckstull)
    • 1936 Mar 10 (to Ernest Schelling)
    • 1944 Oct (to Albert Schweitzer)
    • 1944 Oct 7
    • 1944 Oct 18
    • 1944 Oct 20
    • 1944 Dec 13
    • 1945 Jan 13
    • 1945 Mar 14
    • 1945 May 8
    • 1945 May 10
    • 1945 Jun 4
    • 1945 Jul 9
    • 1944 Oct 7 (to Hélène Schweitzer)
    • 1945 Jul 21
    • 1947 Feb 15
    • 1947 Feb 28 (to Simon and Schuster, Inc., publishers)
    • 1944 Oct 9 (to Everett Skillings
    • 1944 Oct 20
    • 1944 Nov 8
    • 1944 Dec 13
    • 1945 Jan 15
    • 1945 Feb 13
    • 1945 Jun 4
    • 1945 Jun 28
    • 1936 Mar 18 (to David H. Stevens
    • 1944 Oct 13 (to Paul Tillich
    • 1944 Nov 14
    • 1945 Feb 13 (to Wilbur K. Thomas
    • 1936 Mar 18 (to Mrs. William Vanamee
    • 1936 Mar 10 (to Bessie Potter Vonnoh
    • ?1940 Mar 8 (draft, to Henry C. Wallace
    • 1944 Sep 15 (3 copies, to Richard J. Walsh
    • 1944 Nov 21 (to Gisela Westhoff
    • 1945 Feb 28
    • 1947 Sep 10 (to Robert R. Young
  • Hagedorn, Ivan H.
    • 1946 Mar 29 Philadelphia (TLS)
  • Hagedorn, John Joseph
    • 1946 --- -- St. Louis, Mo. (TLS)
  • Halliday, Mary
    • 1946 May 4 Santa Barbara, Calif. (ALS)
  • Hamlin, Chauncey J.
    • 1946 Mar 22 Buffalo, N.Y. (ALS)
  • Hammond, Emily V.
    • 1946 Apr 4 New York (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr 8 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 30 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 May 6 Mount Kisco, N.Y. (ALS)
  • Hapgood, Norman
    • n.y. Mar 27 n.p. (ALS)
    • n.y. Mar 30 n.p. (ALS)
    • 1906 Jan 4 New York (TLS)
    • 1907 Mar 25 New York (TLS)
  • Harcourt, Alfred
    • 1946 May 7 Riverside, Ct. (ALS)
    • 1946 May 26 Riverside, Ct. (ALS)
    • 1946 Jun 6 Riverside, Ct. (ALS)
  • Hard, William
    • 1945 Nov 25 Pleasantville, N.Y. (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 13 Pleasantville, N.Y. (TLS)
  • Hassler, Alfred
    • 1946 Jul 3 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Jul 9 New York (secretarial)
  • Hays, Will H.
    • 1946 Mar 16 Camarillo, Calif. (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 18 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 30 New York (TLS)
  • Hellman, George S.
    • 1936 Jul 2 New York (ALS)
  • Hitchcock, Helen
    • 1946 Apr 7 Greenwich, Ct. (ALS)
  • Hoffman, Gertrude Wesselhoeft
    • 1946 May 30 Hollywood, Calif. (ALS)
    • 1946 May 31 Hollywood, Calif. (ALS)
  • Hollenbeck, Don
    • 1946 Jun 3 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Jun 7 New York (TLS)
  • Holmes, Alice Marion
    • 1946 Apr 10 Brookline, Mass. (ALS)
  • Holmes, John Haynes
    • 1946 Mar 19 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Mar 22 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 8 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 ca. May New York (ALS)
    • 1946 May 28 New York (TLS)
  • Holt (Henry)& Co., Inc.
    • 1947 Mar 7 New York (TLS, by Mary Willman)
    • 1947 Mar 31 New York (TLS, by Mary Willman)
  • Howard, Elizabeth
    • 1946 Jul 5 Washington (ALS)
  • Howe, Mark Antony DeWolfe
    • 1913 Oct 6 Boston (ALS)
  • Hull, Cordell
    • 1946 Apr 9 Washington (TLS)
  • Hunter, Allan A.
    • 1946 Apr? Los Angeles (ACS)
    • 1946 May? Los Angeles (TLS)
  • Hutchins, Robert M.
    • 1946 Jul 8 Chicago (secretarial)
  • Hutchinson, Paul
    • 1944 Nov 8 Chicago (TLS)
  • James, Ada E.
    • 1946 May 1 Buffalo, N.Y. (TLS)
    • 1946 May 17 Buffalo, N.Y. (TLS)
  • Jessup, Philip C.
    • 1934 Feb 8 Washington D.C. (TLS)
  • Jones, Rufus M.
    • 1946 Mar 19 Haverford, Pa. (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 16 Haverford, Pa. (TLS)
  • Kaltenborn, H.V.
    • 1946 Mar 14 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 10 New York (TLS)
  • Kennedy, Charles Rann
    • 1946 Apr 5 Los Angeles (TLS)
  • King, Delcevare
    • 1946 May 1 Quincy, Mass. (TLS, to the signers of the Rollins College Appeal)
    • 1946 May 13 Quincy, Mass. (TLS)
  • Kingdon, Frank
    • 1946 Mar 20 n.p. (TLS)
  • Knox, Frank
    • 1936 Jun 18 Chicago (TLS)
  • Lamont, Thomas William
    • 1933 Oct 25 New York (TLS)
    • 1933 Nov 20 New York (TLS)
    • 1934 Jan 23 New York (TLS)
    • 1934 Feb 10 New York (TLS)
    • 1935 May 10 New York (TLS)
    • 1936 Mar 19 New York (TLS)
    • 1947 Aug 20 New York (secretarial)
  • Lasky, Jesse L.
    • 1946 Apr 26 Hollywood, Calif. (TLS)
  • Laughlin, Nancy Bartlett
    • 1946 Jun 25 New York, NY Pacific Coast Publishing Co. (ALS)
    • 1946 Jul 15 Southwest Harbor, Me. (ALS)
  • Lawrence, David
    • 1946 Mar 22 Washington (TLS)
  • Ledoux, Louis V.
    • 1935 Jun 24 New York (TLS, to Mrs. Laura E. Richards)
  • Lemmon, Virginia
    • 1946 Mar 14 New York (ALS)
    • 1946 Mar 15 New York (ALS, to "Dear Lady")
    • 1946 Mar 22 New York (ALS, to Dorothy)
    • 1946 Apr 23 New York (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr 26 New York (ALS)
    • 1946 Jun 12 New York (ALS, to Dorothy & "H.H.")
  • Lenel, Edith G.H.
    • 1945 May 16 Washington (ALS)
    • 1945 May 24 Washington (ALS)
    • 1945 May 27 Washington (ALS)
    • 1945 May 28 Washington (ALS)
    • 1945 May 31 Washington (ALS)
    • 1945 Jun 4 Washington (ALS)
    • 1945 Jun 5 Washington (ALS)
    • 1945 Jun 21 Washington (ALS, enclosed is a plan of the Schweitzer house at Koenigsfeld)
    • 1945 Jul 6 Washington (ALS)
    • 1945 Jul 23 Washington (ALS)
    • 1945 Aug 27 Washington (ALS)
    • 1945 Nov 1 Washington (ALS)
    • 1946 May 29 Washington (ALS)
    • 1946 Jun 11 Washington (ALS)
    • 1946 Sep 8 Washington (postcard)
  • Lie, Jonas
    • 1936 Apr 6 New York (TLS)
  • Lippmann, Walter
    • 1946 Mar 21 Washington (secretarial)
  • Loeb, William
    • ALS 1934 Mar 10 Oyster Bay, NY
  • London, Jack
    • (with envelope) ALS 1905 Dec 18 Newton, Mass.
  • Loveman, Amy
    • 1946 Apr 2 New York Pacific Coast Publishing Co. (TLS)
    • 1946 Jun 24 New York (TLS)
  • Luce, Henry R.
    • 1946 May 20 New York (secretarial)
  • Luton, George R.
    • 1946 May 14 Santa Barbara, Calif. (ALS)
  • McCormick, Anne O'Hare
    • 1946 Apr 25 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 May 9 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Aug 6 New York (postcard)
  • McCoy, Frank Ross
    • 1936 Jun 3 Governors Island, NY (TLS)
  • MacDowell, Marian Griswold Nevins (Mrs. Edward)
    • 1936 Jun 30 Peterborough, N.H. (ALS)
    • 1936 Aug 4 Peterborough, N.H. (ALS)
    • 1936 Sep 14 New York (ALS)
    • n.d. Peterborough, N.H. (ALS)
  • McKay, Paul L.
    • 1946 Mar 21 New York (TLS)
  • MacKaye, Percy
    • 1907 Feb 3 Corinth, N.H. (ALS)
    • 1907 Mar 8 Corinth, N.H. (ALS)
    • 1907 Mar 10 Corinth, N.H. (ALS)
    • 1907 Apr 6 Corinth, N.H. (ALS)
    • 1907 May 21 Corinth, N.H. (postcard)
    • 1912 Sep 4 Corinth, N.H. (ALS)
    • 1913 Apr 13 Cambridge (ACS)
  • MacMillan Company
    • 1945 Apr 23 New York (TLS, by Ellen F. Shippen)
    • 1947 Feb 13 New York (TLS, by Ellen F. Shippen)
    • 1947 Mar 13 New York (TLS, by Mary Lyon)
    • 1947 Mar 31 New York (TLS, by Mary Lyon)
    • 1947 Apr 2 New York (TLS, by Ellen F. Shippen)
    • 1947 Apr 11 New York (TLS, by Ellen F. Shippen)
    • 1961 Dec 13 New York (TLS, by Virginia H. Patterson)
  • Magee, John G.
    • 1946 Apr 15 New Haven, Ct. (TLS)
  • Magnin, Edgar F.
    • 1946 Mar 22 Los Angeles (TLS)
  • Mallery, Otto T.
    • 1946 May 19 Philadelphia (ALS)
  • Manning, Timothy
    • TLS 1946 Mar 11 Los Angeles
  • Manning, William Thomas
    • 1946 Mar 23 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 11 New York (TLS)
  • Marburg, Gertrude
    • 1946 Jun 3 Upper Montclair, N.J. Pacific Coast Publishing Co. (ALS)
    • 1946 Jul 1 Upper Montclair, N.J. (ALS)
  • Martin, Emmy
    • 1945 Sep 7 Gunsbach, France (ALS)
    • 1945 Nov 18 Gunsbach, France (ALS)
  • Maurer, Herryman
    • 1947 Oct 6 Chappaqua, N.Y. (TLS)
  • Meiner, Richard
    • 1955 Oct 5 Hamburg (TLS, to Otto v. Czernicki)
  • Merrill, Edith
    • 1946 Apr 7 n.p. (ALS)
  • Mettenet, Jeanne
    • 1945 May ? n.p. (TLS)
  • Moore, John G.
    • 1946 Jul 12 Hollywood, Calif. (TLS)
  • Moore, Merrill
    • 1936 Feb 17 Boston (TLS)
  • Morgan, Angela
    • 1946 May 7 Brattleboro, Vt. (TLS)
  • Morgan, Daisy A.
    • 1946 May 22 Beverly Hills, Calif. (ALS)
  • Morrison, Charles Clayton
    • 1946 Jun 7 Chicago (TLS)
  • Moseley, J.R.
    • 1946 Apr 19 Macon, Ga. (TLS)
  • Muelder, Walter G.
    • 1944 Oct 2 n.p. (TLS)
    • 1947 Apr 3 Boston (TLS)
  • Mumford, Lewis
    • 1946 Apr 11 Hanover, N.H. (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr 17 Hanover, N.H. (telegram)
  • Neilson, William Allan
    • 1906 Sep 30 n.p. (ALS)
  • Niebuhr, Reinhold
    • 1946 Mar 15 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 10 New York (TLS)
  • Nies-Berger, Edouard
    • 1945 Mar 18 New York (TLS)
  • Nixon, Justin Wroe
    • 1946 Mar 26 Rochester, NY (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr 12 n.p. (ANS)
    • 1946 Jul 22 Rochester, NY (ALS)
  • Oakley, R. Lawrence
    • 1947 Oct 27 New York (TLS)
  • O'Byrne, E.M.
    • 1946 Jun 12 New York (TLS)
  • O'Laughlin, John Callan
    • 1946 Mar 20 Washington (secretarial)
  • Oppenheimer, J. Robert
    • 1946 Apr 12 n.p. (ANS)
  • Osborn, Chase S.
    • 1933 Dec 8 Poulan, Ga. (TLS)
    • 1934 Feb 2 Poulan, Ga. (TLS)
    • 1934 Feb 2 n.p. (ANS)
  • Outland, George E.
    • 1946 Mar 14 Washington (TLS)
  • Oxnam, G. Bromley
    • 1946 Apr 5 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 18 New York (TLS)
  • Parkinson, Geroge H.
    • 1946 Mar 13 Chicago (TLS)
  • Peabody, Josephine Preston
    • 1913 Jul 1 Fiesole (postcard, to Mrs. Hermann Hagedorn)
  • Peet, Hubert W.
    • 1945 Jan 12 Letchworth, England (TLS)
    • 1945 Mar 29 Letchworth, England (TLS)
    • 1945 Apr 3 Letchworth, England (TLS)
    • 1945 Jun 22 Letchworth, England (TLS)
    • 1946 Jul 11 London (TLS)
    • 1946 Jul 18 London (TLS)
    • 1946 Jul 19 London (TLS)
  • Perry, Bliss
    • 1905 Oct 6 Boston (ACS)
    • 1905 Oct 13 Boston (ALS)
  • Pettus, John DeForest
    • 1946 Mar 26 Santa Barbara, Calif. (ALS)
  • Pierson, Medora Belle
    • 1946 Jul 27 Inglewood, Calif. (TLS, to Mrs. Hagedorn)
  • Pinchot, Gifford
    • 1946 Apr 5 Washington (TLS)
  • Poling, Daniel A.
    • 1946 Mar 26 Philadelphia (TLS)
  • Price, Lucien
    • 1905 Sep 8 Kent, Ohio (ALS)
  • Ralph, Robbins
    • 1946 Jul 9 Northampton, Mass. (TLS, to Mrs. Walter Lemmon)
  • Ray, Randolph
    • 1946 Mar 22 New York (TLS)
  • Rector, Beulah
    • 1946 Jul 8 Watertown, NY (TLS)
  • Regester, John D.
    • 1944 Oct 17 Tacoma, Wash. (TLS)
  • Reid, Helen Rogers
    • 1957 Oct 28 New York (TLS)
  • Reiland, Karl
    • 1944 Dec 27 Lindale, Ga. (ALS)
    • 1944 Dec 27 Lindale, Ga. (ALS)
    • 1945 Jan 18 Lindale, Ga. (ALS)
  • Riach, Alice
    • 1946 May 5 St. Helena, Calif. (TLS)
  • Richard, Christian
    • 1946 Mar 11 Los Angeles (TLS)
  • Richards, Laura Elizabeth
    • 1936 Aug 21 Georgetown (ALS)
  • Rittenhouse, Jessie B.
    • 1913 Mar 13 New York (postcard)
    • 1946 May 28 n.p. (ALS)
  • Roback, A.A.
    • 1944 Nov 20 Cambridge (ALS)
    • 1945 Jun 26 n.p. (ALS)
  • Robbins, [ ]
    • 1946 --- -- Ridgewood, N.J. (ALS)
  • Robbins, Louise
    • 1946 --- -- Cambridge (ALS)
  • Robins, Raymond
    • 1933 Nov 3 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Mar 19 Brooksville, Fla. (TLS)
  • Roosevelt, Edith K.
    • n.y. Feb 22 Oyster Bay, N.Y. (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr 27 Sagamore Hill (ALS)
  • Roosevelt, Eleanor
    • 1946 Mar 26 New York (secretarial)
  • Roosevelt, Nicholas
    • 1946 Apr 24 New York (TLS)
  • Rosenstock-Huessy, Eugen
    • n.d. Hanover, N.H. (ALS)
  • Rowny, J.F.
    • 1946 Mar 31 Santa Barbara, Calif. (TLS)
  • Russak, M. Sperry
    • 1946 Jun 9 Washington (TLS)
  • Ryan, Kathryn White
    • 1936 Mar 30 [New York] (TLS)
    • 1936 May 7 Sutton, N.H. (ALS)
  • Sayre, Nevin
    • 1946 Mar 20 New York (secretarial)
  • Schenman, Harry
    • 1946 Apr 22 New York Pacific Coast Publishing Co. (TLS)
  • [Schweitzer, Albert
    • There are no original Albert Schweitzer letters in these papers]
  • [Schweitzer, Albert
    • Copies of 5 letters, 1944-45, to Hermann Hagedorn are in the Albert Schweitzer research file, box 2.]
  • [Schweitzer, Albert
    • Copies of 14 letters, 1920-36 (mostly photostats, no originals), to Edith Lenel are in the Albert Schweitzer research file, box 3.]
  • [Schweitzer, Albert
    • Copies of 3 letters, 1943-44, to Everett Skillings are in the Albert Schweitzer research file, box 3.]
  • [Schweitzer, Albert
    • Excerpts from letters, 1932-38, to Alice Ehlers are in the Albert Schweitzer research file, box 3.]
  • Schweitzer, Hélène
    • 1945 Jun 17 Lambaréné (TLS)
    • 1946 May 12 Port Gentil (ALS)
    • 1947 Feb 6 Locarno (ALS)
    • 1947 Feb 22 Mannedorf (TLS)
  • [Schweitzer, Hélène
    • Copy of a letter, 30 April 1944, to Everett Skillings is in the Albert Schweitzer research file, box 3]
  • Scott, Joseph
    • 1946 Mar 15 Los Angeles (TLS)
  • Shastid, Thomas Hall
    • 1946 Jul 10 Duluth, Minn. (TLS)
  • Shaw, Albert
    • 1946 Mar 15 Winter Park, Flor. (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr 8 Winter Park, Flor. (telegram)
    • 1946 Apr 8 Winter Park, Flor. (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr 11 Winter Park, Flor. (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr 30 Winter Park, Flor. (ALS)
  • Shellabarger, Samuel
    • 1936 May 14 Princeton, N.J. (ALS)
  • Simon, Ruby Marie
    • n.d. n.p. (ALS)
  • Simon and Schuster, Inc., publishers
    • 1947 Mar 19 New York (TLS, by Peter Schwed)
  • Skillings, Everett
    • 1944 Nov 4 Middlebury, Vt. (TLS)
    • 1945 Feb 8 Middlebury, Vt. (TLS)
  • Sloss, Mrs. M.C.
    • 1946 Apr 10 San Francisco (TLS, only first page located, to Dear Rita)
  • Smith, H. Alexander
    • 1946 Mar 19 Washington (TLS)
  • Smith, Howard Caswell
    • 1946 Mar 21 New York (TLS)
    • 1947 Oct 11 Oyster Bay (ALS)
  • Smith, J. Herbert
    • 1946 Mar 25 Beverely Hills, Calif. (TLS)
  • Smith, Roy L.
    • 1946 Mar 28 Chicago (TLS)
  • Sothern, Edward H.
    • 1905 Dec 4 Boston (ALS)
    • n.y. Nov 26 Boston (ALS)
    • n.y. Nov 25 New York telegram
    • n.d. Boston (ALS)
  • Speyer, Leonora
    • n.y. Jan 13 [New York] (ALS)
  • Starr, Nathan C.
    • 1946 Apr 30 Winter Park, Flor. (TLS)
  • Stauffer, Milton T.
    • 1946 Jun 11 New York Pacific Coast Publishing Co. (TLS)
  • Stevens, David H.
    • 1936 Mar 3 New York (TLS)
  • Stevens, Violet B.
    • 1946 Jun 5 n.p. (ALS)
  • Stevens, William Bertrand
    • 1946 Apr 18 Los Angeles (ALS)
  • Stimson, Henry Lewis
    • 1946 May 15 Huntington, N.Y. (TLS)
  • Stimson, Marshall
    • 1946 Apr 3 Los Angeles (TLS)
  • Swanton, Walter I.
    • 1936 May 6 Washington (TLS)
    • 1936 May 22 Washington (carbon (carries note on Hermann Hagedorn), to Will R. Gay)
  • Swing, Raymond
    • 1946 Apr 2 Washington (TLS)
  • T [ ], Charles H.
    • 1946 Jun 12 New York (TLS)
  • Tatman, Clarice
    • 1946 Jul 5 Greeley, Col. Pacific Coast Publishing Co. (ALS)
  • Taylor, Glen H.
    • 1946 Mar 18 Washington (TLS)
  • Thomas, Lowell
    • 1946 Mar 18 New York (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 8 n.p. (ANS on returned original of HH, to Lowell Thomas)
  • Tillich, Paul
    • 1944 Oct 21 New York (TLS)
  • Torrence, Ridgely
    • 1936 Jul 7 Monhegan Island, Me. (ALS)
    • 1936 Jul 14 Monhegan Island, Me. (ALS)
    • 1936 Aug 27 n.p. (ALS)
    • 1946 Jan 22 n.p. (ALS)
    • 1946 Jan 29 n.p. (ALS)
  • Truman, Harry S.
    • 1946 Apr 15 Washington (secretarial)
  • Turner, George Chittenden
    • 1946 Mar 16 Los Angeles (carbon, to Sheldon Cheney)
    • 1946 Mar 16 Los Angeles (carbon, to Eugene Exman)
    • 1946 Mar 16 Los Angeles (carbon, to Frank Fagerburg)
    • 1946 Mar 16 Los Angeles (carbon, to Harry Emerson Fosdick)
    • 1946 Mar 16 Los Angeles (carbon, to Aldous Huxley)
    • 1946 Mar 16 Los Angeles (carbon, to Stephen S. Wise)
  • Tyrrell, Frank G.
    • 1946 Mar 13 Los Angeles (TLS)
    • 1946 Mar 30 Los Angeles (TLS)
    • 1946 Apr 12 Los Angeles (ALS)
    • 1946 Apr 28 Los Angeles (TLS)
    • 1946 May 7 Los Angeles (TLS)
  • U.S. Post Office Department
    • 1944 Oct 10 Washington (TLS, by Smith W. Purdum)
  • Vanamee, Grace D.
    • 1936 Mar 17 New York (TLS)
  • VanDyke, Henry
    • 1905 Dec 29 Princeton, N.J. (ALS)
  • VanEck, J.C.
    • 1946 Apr 2 Santa Barbara, Calif. (TLS)
  • vonWindegger, F.R.
    • 1946 Jun 26 St. Louis Pacific Coast Publishing Co. (TLS)
    • 1946 Jul 10 St. Louis (TLS)
  • Voorhis, Jerry
    • 1946 Mar 25 Washington (TLS)
  • W-----, Alice H.
    • 1946 Jun 24 New York (TLS, to Gertrude)
  • ?Walgawood, Mrs. Charles W.
    • 1946 Apr 11 Los Angeles (TLS)
  • Wallace, Henry A.
    • 1946 Apr 9 Washington (TLS)
  • Walsh, Richard J.
    • 1945 Jun 22 New York (TLS)
  • Wendell, Barrett
    • 1907 Apr 25 n.p. (ALS)
    • 1913 Jun 11 Cambridge (ALS)
  • West, Edward
    • 1946 Mar 18 New York (TLS)
  • Wetmore, Edith
    • 1946 Apr 17 New port, R.I. (ALS, to Mrs. Lemmon)
    • 1946 Jun 3 [New York] (TLS)
  • Wetmore, Maude K.
    • 1946 Apr 26 [New York] (ALS)
  • Wolvekamp, Bert
    • 1946 Jun 2 Haarlem (TLS)
  • Young, Robert R.
    • 1947 Sep 23 Cleveland (TLS)
  • Zeitlin, Joseph
    • 1946 Mar 18 New York (TLS)
  • -----, Adele
    • 1946 Apr 30 Los Angeles (ALS)
  • -----, Ed
    • n.d. n.p. (ALS)
  • -----, Edward
    • 1946 Apr 24 Cambridge, Mass. (ALS)
  • -----, Harold
    • 1946 May 22 New York Weyman Huckabee (TLS)
  • -----, Josh
    • 1946 Apr 26 New York (ALS)
  • -----, Rosalind
    • 1946 Apr 12 Gardiner, Me. (ALS)
  • -----, Stephen
    • 1946 May 15 London (TLS)
  • -----, -----
    • 1936 Feb 10 Brookline, Mass. (TLS)
  • -----, -----
    • 1945 Dec 4 On board the Queen Mary (ALS)
  • -----, -----
    • 1946 Mar 14 New York (TLS)
  • -----, -----
    • 1946 Apr 4 Pasadena, Calif. (ALS)
  • -----, -----
    • 1946 Apr 10 New York (TLS)
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