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Dorothy Thompson Papers

An inventory of her papers at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Thompson, Dorothy, 1893-1961.
Title: Dorothy Thompson Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1914-1961
Bulk Dates: 1940-1961
Quantity: 70.0 linear ft.
Abstract: Papers of the American broadcast and print journalist. Correspondence, incoming and outgoing (1918-1961); financial and legal materials, correspondence, manuscripts, and clippings relating to Josef Bard, Sinclair Lewis, and Maxim Kopf as well as Thompson's son, Michael Lewis and other family members; diaries, and appointment books (1928-1960); financial and legal material; photographs; memorabilia and articles about Dorothy Thompson. Also includes typescript and published versions of her "On the Record" column, and typescripts of various articles, speeches, and radio scripts. Correspondents include authors (John Gunther, Wallace Irwin, Alfred M. Lilienthal, Edgar A. Mowrer, Vincent Sheean, Johannes Urzidil), literary figures (Jean Cocteau, Rose Wilder Lane, Thomas Mann, Rebecca West), politicians and statesmen (Bernard M. Baruch, Winston Churchill, Ely Culbertson, Ralph E. Flanders, Felix Frankfurter, Charles de Gaulle, Cordell Hull, Clare Boothe Luce, Jan Masaryk, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman).
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

Dorothy Thompson (1893-1961) was an American broadcast and print journalist, best known for her work as a foreign correspondent and her column "On the Record" that appeared in the New York Herald Tribune from 1936-1941.

[Following biographical sketch by Lisa Sergio]

If the word "journalist" means a writer who records public events, then Dorothy Thompson was a journalist in the fullest sense of the definition. Her column, On the Record, published for more than twenty consecutive years in scores of newspapers bears witness to this fact. The international fame she achieved and the political influence she wielded, however, were due less to her skillful recording of events than to her extraordinary percipience in analyzing them. A sound knowledge of history, a well-trained memory, and a surprisingly wide range of personal contacts with the great and near-great, many of which became enduring friendships, enabled her to measure any situation against its background as well as to assess its consequences and foresee new situations likely to derive from it.

To find the starting point, one may well go back to the unhappiness of a sensitive little girl of twelve whose mother had died and whose adored father, an English-born Methodist preacher, soon married the church organist. Neither love nor understanding prevailed between Dorothy and her step-mother and the girl was sent to Chicago to live with an aunt. She left no significant marks either at public school or at the Lewis Institute. Only when she worked her way through college, at Syracuse University, did Dorothy truly discover the world of the intellect. Even so she was better remembered as an embracer of causes than as a student of note. Her interest was politics and economics and when she failed in grammar and could not be a teacher, she joined the suffrage movement, making powerful speeches for it all over New York State. This was her first crusade.

By the time America entered the first World War, Dorothy Thompson's effort to be sent overseas having failed like her grammar, a deep concern for the needs of humanity drew her into social work. But this was not her calling, and saving enough from the pittance earned she sailed to Europe the moment the guns were silenced. A group of Zionists on the same boat, traveling to a convention, attracted her interest and she secured her first journalistic assignment by reporting their meetings for the International News Service. This first bite of the reportorial apple produced growing hunger for more and soon she was traveling all over Europe on the trail of every uprising or budding revolution and selling stories to whatever newspaper would buy them. Then it was that the makings of her later successes began to take shape; she set no limit to the time and effort invested in the story at hand; she considered no person or detail too insignificant to be pursued; she never discounted intuition; yet spared herself no work in tracking down the facts which would give validity to her hunches. Whatever knowledge she already possessed about any given situation, she never stopped looking for more, allowing little or no margin for error in facts or in reasoning. These forms of self-discipline added to the sharpness of her mind and the beauty of her face, with its sparkling blue eyes, fair skin and generous smile, pushed open many a door which other and more seasoned reporters found forbiddingly closed.

Concentrating finally on Central Europe, she acquired an excellent command of the German language and some of its dialects and soon became Vienna correspondent for the Philadelphia Public Ledger. Her marriage in 1921 to Josef Bard, a Hungarian writer, gave her unusual insights into much of Central Europe. By 1925, she had been appointed Chief of the Central European Service for the Ledger as well as for the New York Evening News, both then owned by the Curtis Publishing Company. Much personal unhappiness and a divorce already lay behind her when she went to Russia in 1927 to report on the tenth anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution. While the articles on Russia appeared in book form in America, Dorothy Thompson resigned as Bureau chief and took a well-earned vacation in Italy. Sinclair Lewis met her in Berlin, proposed instantly, and pursued her wherever she went. By May of 1928, she married Lewis in a London ceremony that added more fame to her reputation.

When they both returned to the United States, the life of leisure that she might have led held no appeal for Mrs. Sinclair Lewis who, only at first and very briefly, used her new name to sign articles. In 1929, a series of articles on Canada and another on prohibition sparked the beginning of her reputation as a lecturer as well as writer. Her only child, a son, was born in 1930 and for a while Dorothy gave herself up to the full enjoyment of motherhood.

The following year, however, she returned to Europe for an extensive interview with Adolf Hitler, then leader of the National Socialist Party of Germany. The interview was expanded into the book I Saw Hitler. Readers who were inclined to believe the author said it was prophetic, but most of the American public let it go by unheeded or perhaps unread. Dorothy Thompson started writing on foreign affairs for the Saturday Evening Post and during the next four or five years her coverage-in-depth of international developments proved important to the thoughtful readers she increasingly acquired.

She went again to Germany in 1934. Hitler had risen to power and she suddenly found herself expelled from his country in a matter of hours, a measure without precedent at that time. The expulsion suddenly catapulted Dorothy Thompson into fame and, ironically enough, contributed vastly to her rise in political journalism. In 1936, she became a columnist for the New York Herald Tribune with wide syndication and complete freedom to write about whatever caught her fancy. The column appeared three times a week alternating with that of Walter Lippmann. Her approach to the subjects was as varied as the material itself: witty or acid; convincing when she pleaded for higher moral standards or better legislation; infuriating on some strictly political issue; devastatingly amiable if the occasion so required; and deeply moving when her own heart was moved. Much work went into her columns, but the stylistic ease never revealed the strain or effort that had gone into the writing. On the platform she was too often explosive, vehement or irritatingly asserting, but rarely, if ever, in her writing.

Nonetheless, Dorothy Thompson was as intrepid with her pen as she was with her lips and, as the Nazi menace grew, the drive of her denunciations and warnings grew likewise. The dedication to human freedom and self-respect which had motivated her strongly in school, now spurred her into a one-woman crusade, which also became a phenomenon of its kind. She was determined to awaken America and the Western world to the real and present menace of Nazism and of the fearful conflagration that might be required to prevent the conquest of the entire West. In the chain of crises which preceded Hitler's invasion of Poland in 1939, she managed to reach the scene of each of them on time, her dual skill as reporter and analyst making resultant columns doubly effective. At this time, many Americans came to look upon her as an oracle, while others hated her for disturbing the security they thought they had found. She sparked many a controversy and whoever tangled with her was inevitably compelled to think quickly and with facts at hand.

In the thirties, the apathy of Americans towards international affairs filled her with increasing dismay. She knew what was at stake if Hitler carried out the plans he had so brashly set forth in the book, Mein Kampf, which few in the United States had bothered to read. Americans had to be awakened before the first deadly blows struck at Western civilization. The successive crises of that period which weakened Europe helped her crusade to enlist supporters at home.

The disastrous events in Europe during 1935-1941 were a tragic vindication of Dorothy Thompson's words, yet the core of Americans who believed that the United States should and could stay out of any European entanglement was still unyielding. But on December 7, 1941, when Japan struck at Pearl Harbor, the American people, stunned as they were, rallied more swiftly, united more tightly, acted more determinedly because, consciously or otherwise, Dorothy Thompson's crusading had, in some measure, prepared them for the ordeal.

In the war years, donning a correspondent's uniform, she was again as the woman of twenty years earlier following her hunches and being on the spot wherever the news was breaking. In or out of the country the network of her unique contacts became thicker and vaster than ever before. Such men in positions of command as Winston Churchill sought her counsel and tapped her experience and knowledge. Her power to influence American public opinion was still soaring. She was not always right, as she well knew, and often too vehement in her public expression to suit her listeners, but despite these drawbacks and despite the forces of good and of evil which whirled around her, she preserved intact her integrity as a writer, her dedication to the quest for truth and--remarkable in any human being--her total lack of vanity. In a Europe darkened by the horrors of Nazi occupation, patriots by the thousands knew Dorothy Thompson by name while the clandestine radios quoted her words as proof that America was determined to restore freedom to the world.

The marriage with Sinclair Lewis had inevitably gone on the rocks, and a divorce had set them free in 1940. For Dorothy Thompson, despite her ever-present preoccupation with public affairs and with the danger that freedom might be lost, despite the recognition she received and the honors which came to her, the failure of her second marriage scarred her deeply and left a trail of self-reproach and pain.

In 1943, while engrossed in aiding the refugees who were finding their way across the Atlantic, Dorothy found a new sort of happiness laced with a serenity she had never thought existed. This appeared in the person of Maxim Kopf, a Czechoslovak artist whom she married in 1943 and of whom she often said: "He is the man I should have married in the first place." The war was still far from being won and her crusade was not yet at an end. She remained very much in the limelight and her power had not waned. But in herself there was a new quality which seemed to cut down her vehemence.

Once the war was over the nature of the problems changed. She became involved in the struggle between Israel and the Arab countries in addition to a continuing concern with the plight of all refugees. The cold war against Communism had little in common with the war against Hitler and the Nazis and the American people were inclined to rest on their laurels. Dorothy Thompson did not lay down her pen nor step off completely from the platform, but times had changed and so had the mood of the public. There was no need for a crusade now, at least not the same kind of a crusade, and some of the fire and spark began to go out of her writing. Dorothy was happy at home and gave more thought to broader issues.

Dorothy wrote a monthly article for the Ladies' Home Journal for twenty-four years, the last piece appearing shortly after her death in 1961. In this magazine she dealt mostly with domestic and personal matters of particular interest to women. The subjects might be as removed from politics as gardening, the wisdom of believing in fairy tales, the disciplining of children, the importance of loving animals, the necessity of voting or the superb artistry of Arturo Toscanini. These pieces appealed to millions of readers, mostly women, who might otherwise have felt that Dorothy Thompson, the foreign affairs expert, was over their heads. The shifting of her tone from authoritative on public affairs, to warm, friendly, and often humble in human affairs, and the enormous range of her appeal gave her the extraordinary power over public opinion of which every political figure in America eventually became very fully aware.

Dorothy Thompson knew America in depth through its history, laws, Constitution, government, literature, social problems and the arts. She knew its strength and its weakness and loved all of them with a sincerity that startled those who had never seen this side of her many-faceted personality. Yet this love of country--a patriotism that disliked flag-waving but would accept any challenge--was at the root of her ability to influence the thinking of her countrymen for the better part of a quarter-century.

When she gave up her newspaper column in 1958, she intended to devote herself to writing an autobiography, but her health began to fail and the task was barely started when it was brought to an end. Her two grandchildren, the sons of her only son, Michael, were in Portugal and at Christmas time, 1960, she flew over to spend the holidays with them and her daughter-in-law. She only lived through one month of the new year and died in Lisbon.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Dorothy Thompson Papers includes incoming correspondence, outgoing correspondence, family papers, subject files, Ladies Home Journal material, "On the Record" articles, manuscripts, notes and research material, manuscripts by others, and various oversized materials. Some of the oversized materials, such as the "On the Record" scrapbooks, have been microfilmed.

Incoming correspondence consists of the incoming correspondence to Dorothy Thompson for the period 1921-1961. Also included in this series are letters to Sinclair Lewis from notables. These papers are arranged alphabetically by the name of the organization or by the last name of the sender of the letter. Within each folder the letters are arranged in chronological order. The undated material from each sender is located at the end of their respective folders.

Outgoing correspondence consists of letters sent by Dorothy Thompson from 1918-1961. There are mostly carbon typescripts, but some original typescripts and a few holographs are included in this correspondence. These letters are arranged chronologically. The important and significant subjects, which are listed, do not necessarily pertain to the listed recipients, who are either well known or from whom there is incoming correspondence. The last box of this series contains correspondence written by and signed by Dorothy Thompson's various secretaries during Miss Thompson's absence.

Family papers consists of correspondence, manuscripts, financial and legal items, and materials pertaining to the work of those related to Dorothy Thompson. Included is material from Joseph Bard, her first husband; Maxim Kopf, her third husband; Michael Lewis, her son; Bernadette Nansé Lewis, her daughter-in-law; Sinclair Lewis, her second husband; Wells Lewis, her stepson; Margaret Grierson Thompson, her mother; Peter Thompson, her father; Willard Thompson, her brother; Pamela Wilson and Bob Reeves, her niece and her niece's husband; Margaret Thompson Wilson and Howard Wilson, her sister and brother-in-law; Katherine Wilson.

Subject file consists of the personal records of Miss Thompson. This material is divided into six groupings: Diaries and engagement pads, Financial and legal material, Photographs, Personal - miscellaneous, Articles written about Dorothy Thompson, and Christmas cards. The Diaries and engagement pads (1928-1960) are arranged in chronological order. The Financial and legal material is divided into bank books, bills and receipts, bank statements, checkbooks, estimates, lists of expenses, debts and assets, income tax returns, and lecture itineraries and earnings. This material is arranged by physical type. Photographs are arranged alphabetically by the subject of the photo. Photographs of the family have been separated from the general photographs and are arranged by the name of the person photographed. Personal - miscellaneous is subdivided into awards, family memorabilia, guest lists, passports, press releases, recipes, etc. Wherever possible, this material is in chronological order. Articles about Dorothy Thompson, published articles written by others about Dorothy Thompson, are arranged by the date of the article. Finally, Christmas cards includes incoming and outgoing Christmas cards and Miss Thompson's Christmas card mailing list.

Ladies Home Journal material contains articles written by Dorothy Thompson for the Ladies Home Journal. The typescript manuscripts are listed in alphabetical order by title. The published articles are arranged by date. Also included within this series is fan mail about the articles written by Dorothy Thompson for the Ladies Home Journal. This correspondence is arranged by either the subject discussed or by the title of the article.

"On The Record" articles contains the copies of a tri-weekly newspaper column, written by Dorothy Thompson, titled "On The Record." The typescripts of the column are arranged chronologically. The undated typescripts are arranged alphabetically by title. Published copies of this column are arranged by date.

Manuscripts is broken into six different groupings of manuscripts written by Dorothy Thompson: General articles, Newspaper articles, Speeches, Published speeches and published articles, Radio broadcast scripts, and Miscellaneous manuscripts. The General articles subseries consists of manuscripts of articles that Miss Thompson wrote for various publications. These are arranged alphabetically by title. Those manuscripts which are untitled are in alphabetical order by the subject with which the article deals. Newspaper articles are arranged alphabetically by title and by the subject. The Speeches subseries consists of manuscripts of speeches that are arranged alphabetically by the subject within a chronological series. The speeches in each subject folder are arranged chronologically. Published speeches and published articles are in folders by date. Radio broadcast scripts are arranged chronologically. The network over which the broadcasts were given are listed before the dates of the scripts. Lastly, the Miscellaneous manuscripts subseries contains manuscripts which are unrelated to the previously established groupings. These miscellaneous manuscripts include autobiographical, play and novel, fiction and non-fiction, and poetry. The manuscripts are all arranged alphabetically by title.

Notes and research material consists of notes and research material collected by Miss Thompson during her numerous trips. Included are newspaper clippings, holographic and typescript notes, translations, and some photographs. These items are arranged by date and by subject.

Manuscripts by others consists of manuscripts written by others but found with the Dorothy Thompson papers. The manuscripts are arranged into two groups, those dealing with many different subjects, and those unpublished manuscripts written about Dorothy Thompson. These manuscripts are arranged alphabetically by the last name of the author. Manuscripts whose authors are unknown are arranged alphabetically by the title of the manuscript.

Oversized material consists of honorary scrolls presented to Dorothy Thompson, as well as scrapbooks containing photographs of various individuals. Additionally, this series includes a subseries of Microform materials. Primarily microfrom copies of "On the Record" typescripts and published articles (1937-1958), the contents of this subseries were tranferred to microfilm in 1998.

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Arrangement of the Collection

The collection is divided into 10 series: Incoming correspondence, Outgoing correspondence, Family papers, Subject file, Ladies Home Journal material, "On the Record" articles, Manuscripts, Notes and research material, Manuscripts by others, and Oversized material. Incoming correspondence is arranged alphabetically by sender, while Outgoing correspondence is arranged by date. Family papers is arranged alphabetically by each family member's name (e.g. Joseph Bard, Maxim Kopf). The Ladies Home Journal material and Manuscripts are organized alphabetically by title. Meanwhile, "On the Record" articles are arranged by date. The undated articles in this series are alphabetized by title. Manuscripts by others is arranged alphabetically by author or by title when the author is unknown.

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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

The Dorothy Thompson Collection, also located in the Special Collections Research Center, comprises a separate group of materials which relate chiefly to Dorothy Thompson's early career and her marriage to Josef Bard.

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Subject Headings

Persons

Bard, Josef, b. 1892.
Baruch, Bernard M. (Bernard Mannes), 1870-1965.
Churchill, Winston, Sir, 1874-1965.
Cocteau, Jean, 1889-1963.
Culbertson, Ely, 1891-1955.
Flanders, Ralph E. (Ralph Edward), 1880-1970.
Frankfurter, Felix, 1882-1965.
Gaulle, Charles de, 1890-1970.
Gunther, John, 1901-1970.
Hull, Cordell, 1871-1955.
Irwin, Wallace.
Kopf, Maxim, 1892-1958.
Lane, Rose Wilder, 1886-1968.
Lewis, Sinclair, 1885-1951.
Lilienthal, Alfred M.
Luce, Clare Boothe, 1903-1987.
Mann, Thomas, 1875-1955.
Masaryk, Jan, 1886-1948.
Mowrer, Edgar Ansel, 1892-1977.
Nasser, Gamal Abdel, 1918-1970.
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962.
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
Sheean, Vincent, 1899-1975.
Thompson, Dorothy, 1893-1961 -- Archives.
Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972.
Urzidil, Johannes, 1896-1970.
West, Rebecca, 1892-1983.

Subjects

Broadcast journalism -- United States.
Communism -- Soviet Union.
Family -- Press coverage.
Jews -- Germany -- History -- 1933-1945.
Journalism -- United States.
Journalists -- Biography.
Journalists -- Correspondence.
Radio journalists -- United States.
War correspondents.
Women and journalism.
Women authors, American.
Women broadcasters -- United States.
Women in radio broadcasting -- United States.
Women intellectuals -- United States.
Women journalists -- United States.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Journalists.
Zionism.

Places

Europe -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
Germany -- Politics and government -- 20th century.
United States -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century.

Genres and Forms

Clippings (information artifacts)
Correspondence.
Diaries.
Diaries.
Drafts (documents)
Manuscripts for publication.
Photographs.
Scrapbooks.

Occupations

Authors.
Journalists.
Radio journalists.
War correspondents.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Dorothy Thompson Papers,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Gift of Dorothy Thompson.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: SL, SD
Date: Oct 1966
Revision history: Mar 1976 - corrections to the published inventory; 14 May 2008 - converted to EAD (AMCon); 19 Feb 2009 - boxes renumbered (LDC); 5 Oct 2011 - missing item noted (MRC)

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Inventory

Incoming correspondence
A - General correspondence
Box 1 Abe-Ame 16 May 1933-11 May 1959 (106 items)
Box 1 Ame-Aut 11 Nov 1932-12 Mar 1958 (65 items)
Box 1 Acheson, Dean 21 Sep 1945, 06 Apr 1949 (3 items)
Box 1 Adams, Franklin and Esther 03 Dec 1930-09 Mar 1959 (9 items)
Box 1 Allen, Jay 24 Oct 1938-27 Aug 1946 (11 items)
Box 1 Alsop, Joseph and Stewart 18 Feb 1948-15 Jun 1960 (8 items)
Box 1 American Academy of Arts and Letters, The 20 Nov 1950-08 Nov 1951 (10 items)
American Council for Judaism
Box 1 20 May 1941-06 Jun 1950 (110 items)
Box 1 19 Feb 1951-28 Oct 1958 (68 items)
Box 1 American Express Company, The 28 Feb 1951-11 May 1951 (5 items)
Box 1 American Friends Service Committee 27 Feb 1939-08 Aug 1958 (11 items)
Box 1 American Middle East Relief, Inc. 20 Jul 1950-28 Feb 1957 (17 items)
Box 1 American University of Beirut 10 Jan 1951-26 Mar 1952 (4 items)
Box 1 American Way, Inc., The 18 Aug 1953-04 Nov 1953 (4 items)
Box 2 Andrews, Henry 01 Aug 1934-23 Apr 1960 (26 items)
Box 2 Apartment Locating Bureau 07 Aug 1958-16 Sep 1958 (3 items)
Box 2 Armstrong, Hamilton Fish 07 Dec 1938-21 Dec 1959 (9 items)
Box 2 Arthur, Franchon M. 20 Nov 1944-22 Jan 1945 (3 items)
Box 2 Ascoli, Max, Mr. and Mrs. 20 Jun 1934-13 Nov 1944 (18 items)
Box 2 Astor, Nancy 01 Dec 1949, 23 Sep 1955 (3 items)
Box 2 Atlantic Monthly, The 28 Aug 1928-06 Oct 1960 (11 items)
Box 2 Atwater, Mrs. W. Clarke 04 Nov 1960 (7 items)
Box 2 Author's League of America, Inc., The 05 Mar 1958 (3 items)
American Friends of the Middle East
Box 2 12 Jan 1951-21 May 1951 (23 items)
Box 2 04 Jun 1951-31 Jul 1951 (23 items)
Box 2 01 Aug 1951-28 Sep 1951 (28 items)
Box 2 04 Oct 1951-29 Dec 1951 (25 items)
Box 2 09 Jan 1950-19 Dec 1951 - William Eddy (26 items)
Box 2 01 Jun 1951-13 Sep 1951 - Cornelius Van H. Engert (15 items)
Box 2 02 Jan 1952-29 Jun 1952 (44 items)
Box 2 02 Jul 1952-24 Sep 1952 (26 items)
Box 2 01 Oct 1952-30 Dec 1952 (18 items)
Box 2 10 Apr 1952-27 Oct 1952 - Garland Evans Hopkins (12 items)
Box 2 06 Jan 1953-28 Mar 1953 (26 items)
Box 2 01 Apr 1953-29 May 1953 (28 items)
Box 3 02 Jun 1953-30 Sep 1953 (50 items)
Box 3 02 Oct 1953-31 Dec 1953 (27 items)
Box 3 23 Jan 1953-18 Mar 1953 - Garland Evans Hopkins (5 items)
Box 3 01 Jan 1954-19 Mar 1954 (27 items)
Box 3 16 Apr 1954-28 Aug 1954 (37 items)
Box 3 04 Sep 1954-20 Dec 1954 (28 items)
Box 3 12 Jan 1954-06 Oct 1954 - Garland Evans Hopkins (17 items)
Box 3 21 Mar 1954-20 Sep 1954 - Kay Sisto (10 items)
Box 3 08 Jan 1955-27 Mar 1955 (18 items)
Box 3 04 Apr 1955-29 Jun 1955 (14 items)
Box 3 16 Aug 1955-06 Dec 1955 (15 items)
Box 3 09 Feb 1955-19 Sep 1955 - William Z. Cline (11 items)
Box 3 29 Mar 1955-07 Oct 1955 - William Archer Wright (13 items)
Box 3 04 Jan 1956-27 Feb 1956 (11 items)
Box 3 05 Mar 1956-26 Jun 1956 (24 items)
Box 3 06 Jul 1956-19 Oct 1956 (18 items)
Box 3 05 Nov 1956-27 Dec 1956 (21 items)
Box 4 13 Jan 1956-11 Oct 1956 - William Z. Cline (9 items)
Box 4 11 Jan 1956-28 Jun 1956 - William Archer Wright (10 items)
Box 4 03 Jan 1957-25 Mar 1957 (28 items)
Box 4 02 Apr 1957-10 Jun 1957 (18 items)
Box 4 12 Jul 1957-18 Dec 1957 (16 items)
Box 4 18 Jan 1958-29 Dec 1958 (12 items)
Box 4 06 Feb 1958-09 May 1958 - William Z. Cline (5 items)
Box 4 03 Mar 1958-30 Jun 1958 - Garland Evans Hopkins (7 items)
Box 4 10 Feb 1959, 24 Nov 1959 (3 items)
Box 4 15 Jan 1960-03 Dec 1960 (6 items)
Box 4 Organizational material (3 folders, 78 items)
B - General correspondence
Box 4 Bab-Bel 16 Jul 1931-28 Apr 1958 (75 items)
Box 4 Bel-Ble 20 Oct 1930-23 Apr 1956 (58 items)
Box 5 Bli-Bos 05 Feb 1949-03 Jan 1960 (46 items)
Box 5 Bou-Bre 01 Oct 1937-09 Dec 1960 (26 items)
Box 5 Bri-Byr 06 Nov 1940-11 Mar 1955 (71 items)
Box 5 Barnes, Harry Elmer 01 Oct 1950-23 May 1958 (19 items)
Box 5 Barr, Springfellow 08 Nov 1944-31 Mar 1958 (4 items)
Box 5 Barrie, J. M. 13 May 1930 (1 item)
Box 5 Baruch, Bernard 13 Nov 1944-16 Jun 1959 (3 items)
Box 5 Beals and Nicholson 08 Jan 1951-05 Feb 1951 (14 items)
Box 5 Beaverbrook, William Maxwell Aitken 25 May 1923 (1 item)
Box 5 Bell, Canon Bernard Iddings 14 Jul 1950-01 Jan 1952 (6 items)
Box 5 Bell, Ralph and Marjorie 04 Jun 1951-08 Jun 1953 (7 items)
Bell Syndicate
Box 5 04 Apr 1941- 02 Dec 1948 - John N. Wheeler (87 items)
Box 5 01 Feb 1949-24 Dec 1953 - John N. Wheeler (154 items)
Box 6 28 Jan 1954-12 Apr 1960 - John N. Wheeler (95 items)
Box 6 Berger, Elmer 03 Jul 1951-28 Oct 1958 (3 items)
Box 6 Biddle, Francis 06 Apr 1943 (1 item)
Box 6 Blesch, Josephine 23 Dec 1953-20 Dec 1959 (12 items)
Box 6 Boeker, Alexander 03 Feb 1948-22 Jul 1953 (8 items)
Box 6 Borah, William E. 07 Dec 1929 (1 item)
Box 6 Borchardt, Hermann 08 Apr 1947-17 Sep 1947 (8 items)
Box 6 Bottome, Phyllis 25 Jul 1928-23 Oct 1958 (21 items)
Box 6 Bouton, S. Miles 19 Jan 1949-29 Nov 1959 (22 items)
Box 6 Boveri, Margaret 28 Feb 1952-20 Jan 1961 (18 items)
Box 6 Boxer, John 20 Apr 1948-30 Jun 1948 (6 items)
Box 6 Brandt, Karl and Anita 02 Aug 1938-26 May 1959 (41 items)
Box 6 Buck, Pearl S. 03 Dec 1942-02 Aug 1952 (5 items)
Box 6 Buhlig, Richard 02 Jan 1932-10 May 1952 (21 items)
Box 6 Byrd, Richard E. 21 Aug 1950-04 Jan 1951 (3 items)
C - General correspondence
Box 6 Cad-Cer 05 Aug 1931-18 Feb 1960 (66 items)
Box 6 Cha-Col 03 Feb 1939-11 Nov 1957 (134 items)
Box 7 Com-Czu 04 Nov 1931-19 May 1960 (109 items)
Box 7 Cabell, James Branch 30 Aug 1930-06 Nov 1930 (2 items)
Box 7 Canfield, Cass 18 Feb 1949-10 Feb 1959 (13 items)
Box 7 C. A. R. E. 07 Feb 1947-17 Jul 1952 (20 items)
Box 7 Carter Insurance 31 Jul 1947-05 Jan 1960 (69 items)
Box 7 Casanova, Grace 09 Jun 1939-30 Aug 1960 (31 items)
Box 7 Cerf, Bennett 06 Apr 1943 (1 item)
Box 7 Churchill, Winston 16 Feb 1944-03 Jan 1958 (10 items)
Box 7 Clark, Madelaine 15 Oct 1941-04 Feb 1943 (16 items)
Box 7 Clark, Wesley 01 Aug 1951-01 Nov 1960 (22 items)
Box 7 Clay, Lucius 07 Jan 1948-24 Jan 1949 (4 items)
Box 7 Cocteau, Jean 15 Jun 1945 (1 item)
Box 7 Committees 05 Jan 1946-20 Dec 1960 (76 items)
Box 7 Common Cause 31 Mar 1948-14 Apr 1951 (38 items)
Condolences re: death of Maxim Kopf
Box 8 Jul 1958 - A-D (73 items)
Box 8 Jul 1958 - E-O (120 items)
Box 8 Jul 1958 - P-Z (100 items)
Box 8 Jul 1958 - Unidentifiable (37 items)
Box 8 Connally, Thomas 13 Apr 1950 (1 item)
Box 8 Costain, Thomas B. 01 Jul 1931-17 Jul 1931 (2 items)
Box 8 Cousins, Norman 27 Nov 1959 (1 item)
Box 8 Crosser, Paul 28 Apr 1953-21 Oct 1955 (7 items)
Box 8 Crusade for Freedom 27 Dec 1950-16 Dec 1952 (8 items)
Box 8 Culbertson, Ely and Dorothy 23 Jun 1944-24 Sep 1957 (43 items)
D - General correspondence
Box 8 Dai-Def 14 Jul 1928-30 Jun 1960 (55 items)
Box 8 Dei-Due 07 Jul 1940-29 Jul 1955 (67 items)
Box 9 Duk-Dyn 02 Aug 1949-10 Jan 1958 (22 items)
Box 9 Dahlquist, John E. 02 Feb 1950, 02 Aug 1954 (3 items)
Box 9 Dana, Harold S. 25 Apr 1950-28 Mar 1960 (50 items)
Box 9 Daniel, Anita 21 Oct 1930-09 Apr 1960 (12 items)
Box 9 Davis, Elmer 03 Sep 1942-15 Feb 1944 (2 items)
Box 9 Debs, Eugene V. 13 May 1926 (1 item)
Box 9 De Conti, Marc C. 07 Mar 1950-17 Mar 1951 (3 items)
Box 9 De Gasperi, Alcide 06 Aug 1946 (1 item)
Box 9 De Gaulle, Charles 10 Apr 1948 (1 item)
Box 9 De Groot, Roy 02 Jul 1950-28 Mar 1951 (6 items)
Box 9 Deichmann, Hans 15 Dec 1943-19 Jun 1957 (37 items)
Box 9 De Sales, Reine 30 Aug 1937-14 Jul 1952 (13 items)
Box 9 Detmold, Mabel 25 Jul 1947-20 Sep 1957 (12 items)
Box 9 De Voto, Bernard 11 Dec 1942, 21 Nov 1943 (2 items)
Box 9 Dewey, Thomas E. 14 Apr 1939, 22 Mar 1944 (2 items)
Box 9 Dorfmann, Ania 11 Sep 1949, undated (17 items)
Box 9 Drawbell, James 12 Jan 1944-21 Oct 1954 (21 items)
Box 9 Drucker, Peter 21 Feb 1950-23 Nov 1957 (6 items)
Box 9 Dudensing, Patrick 17 Feb 1949-28 Aug 1956 (74 items)
Box 9 Dulles, Allen W. 28 Jan 1948-08 Feb 1950 (4 items)
Box 9 Dulles, John Foster 30 Oct 1953, 04 Jan 1954 (2 items)
E - General correspondence
Box 9 Eat-Ehr 23 Jul 1931-21 Oct 1960 (25 items)
Box 9 Eic-Eye 28 Apr 1930-04 Jan 1956 (46 items)
Box 9 Eastland, James 22 Oct 1958 (1 item)
Box 9 Eaton, Cyrus 10 Apr 1944-22 Apr 1959 (9 items)
Box 9 Eddy, William 06 May 1959-04 Feb 1960 (4 items)
Box 9 Editorial Exchange 06 Jul 1949-01 Sep 1954 (11 items)
Box 9 Elliman, Douglas E. 01 Aug 1957-14 Jun 1960 (9 items)
Box 9 Ely, Henrietta and Gertrude Feb 30, 1943-18 Apr 1956 (10 items)
Box 10 Emmet, Christopher 13 Oct 1948-17 Nov 1950 (8 items)
Box 10 Empire Travel Service 26 Oct 1949-24 Nov 1953 (17 items)
Box 10 Ernst, Morris L. 09 Mar 1932-06 Dec 1960 (12 items)
Box 10 Evans, Ernestine 06 Aug 1934-06 Dec 1960, undated (46 items)
Box 10 Washington Evening Star 27 Sep 1952-16 Jan 1957 (10 items)
F - General correspondence
Box 10 Fab-Fie 29 Aug 1928-15 Dec 1960 (42 items)
Box 10 Fif-Fre 19 Dec 1930-05 Mar 1959 (75 items)
Box 10 Fri-Fur 01 Jan 1939-06 Nov 1957 (36 items)
Box 10 Fadiman, Clifton 17 Apr 1944-10 Aug 1944 (6 items)
Box 10 Farley, James A. 02 Nov 1939-18 Feb 1956 (3 items)
Box 10 Farrar, John and Margaret 06 Dec 1943-14 Oct 1952 (14 items)
Box 10 Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America 1943-28 Feb 1944 (7 items)
Box 10 Finland, Legation of 07 Sep 1942-08 Oct 1943 (3 items)
Box 10 Finletter, Thomas 24 Jul 1950 (1 item)
Box 10 Fitzgerald, F. Scott undated (1 item)
Box 10 Flanders, Ralph E. 07 Jul 1937-15 Dec 1958 (36 items)
Box 10 Flesch, Rudolf 30 Jan 1956, 17 Feb 1956 (2 items)
Box 10 Fodor, Marcel W. 28 Jan 1923-15 Oct 1960 (71 items)
Box 11 Foerster, Professor F. W. 11 Nov 1941-30 Dec 1941 (10 items)
Box 11 Forrestal, James 05 Apr 1946, 19 Feb 1948 (2 items)
Box 11 Forster, E. M. 11 Jul 1930 (1 item)
Box 11 Fotitch, Constantin 24 Dec 1945-07 Mar 1946 (8 items)
Box 11 Frank, Jerome 23 Apr 1938-13 Feb 1941 (20 items)
Box 11 Frankfurter, Felix (folder missing as of 5/25/06) 10 Apr 1936, 28 Aug 1947 (2 items)
Box 11 Freedom House, Inc. 06 Mar 1944-04 Feb 1948 - George Field (4 items)
Box 11 Free German Committee Aug/Sep, 1943-01 Jun 1945 - New York (60 items)
Box 11 Freytag, Paul F. 18 Sep 1956-06 May 1960 (10 items)
Box 11 Fueloep-Miller, René 23 Dec 1949-06 Sep 1960 (23 items)
Box 11 Fulbright, J. William 20 Feb 1943-08 Aug 1957 (9 items)
Box 11 Fuller, Peta J. 13 Nov 1950-07 Apr 1959 (21 items)
G - General correspondence
Box 11 Gae-Gis 15 May 1928-10 May 1960 (78 items)
Box 12 Git-Gra 23 Nov 1937-08 Dec 1959 (55 items)
Box 12 Gre-Gus 21 Oct 1943-27 Apr 1960 (47 items)
Box 12 Galbraith, John Kenneth 10 Mar 1943, 18 Jan 1944 (2 items)
Box 12 Gallup, George 11 Sep 1958 (1 item)
Box 12 Galsworthy, John 04 Sep 1930 (1 item)
Box 12 Gibson, Hugh 27 Jan 1943-05 Jul 1949 (3 items)
Box 12 Gildersleeve, Virginia 12 Mar 1948-21 Aug 1958 (8 items)
Gould, Bruce and Beatrice
Box 12 09 Oct 1940-27 Dec 1948 (30 items)
Box 12 06 Jan 1949-03 Nov 1952 (93 items)
Box 12 07 Jan 1953-16 Jan 1961 (176 items)
Box 12 Grady, Lucretia 04 Aug 1949-16 Feb 1955 (10 items)
Box 13 Graubard, Stephen 29 Nov 1953-20 Jun 1959 (38 items)
Box 13 Grimm, Peter 12 Aug 1943-07 Dec 1960 (22 items)
Box 13 Gromyko, Andrei 30 Mar 1944 (1 item)
Box 13 Grynszpan, Herschell 26 Jan 1939-14 May 1947 (5 items)
Box 13 Guaranty Trust Company 16 Jul 1928-20 Dec 1957 (91 items)
Box 13 Gunther, John and Jane 08 Dec 1938-02 Nov 1960 (26 items)
H - General correspondence
Box 13 Hab-Hau 07 Jul 1928-16 Dec 1957 (102 items)
Box 13 Hav-Hil 10 Nov 1930-06 Dec 1960 (57 items)
Box 13 Hin-Hyd 04 Nov 1929-21 Nov 1958 (86 items)
Box 13 Halifax, Edward 08 Mar 1942-06 Mar 1946 (3 items)
Box 13 Harvard University 31 Oct 1945-02 Dec 1954 (3 items)
Box 13 Haterius, Evodia 12 May 1945-11 Jan 1960 (12 items)
Box 13 Heil, Walter and Katherine 23 Jan 1947-05 Jan 1960 (9 items)
Box 13 Hemingway, Ernest (Missing 04/2000) undated (1 item)
Box 14 Hibbs, Benjamin 05 Jan 1949-03 Jan 1951 (10 items)
Box 14 Hicks, Granville 31 May 1947 (1 item)
Box 14 Hill, Lister 05 Feb 1949 (2 items)
Box 14 Hocking, William Ernest 23 Apr 1949-17 Dec 1959 (6 items)
Box 14 Holy Land Christian Committee 22 Dec 1949-12 Nov 1951 (34 items)
Box 14 Hoople, Ruth 17 Aug 1928-26 Mar 1960 (21 items)
Box 14 Hoover, Herbert 01 Jan 1938-30 Dec 1958 (9 items)
Box 14 Hoover, J. Edgar 08 May 1936-16 Dec 1958 (8 items)
Box 14 Houghton-Mifflin and Company 13 Aug 1942-31 Oct 1960 (40 items)
Box 14 Hull, Cordell 23 Nov 1938-26 Apr 1949 (4 items)
Box 14 Humphrey, Hubert H. 24 Mar 1954-04 Mar 1957 (4 items)
Box 14 Hussein, Ahmed 18 Jul 1957-22 Apr 1958 (3 items)
I - General correspondence
Box 14 I 09 Nov 1940-22 Jan 1958 (51 items)
Box 14 Incze, Lewis L. 10 Jan 1948-02 Dec 1949 (17 items)
Box 14 Invitations to speak 09 Sep 1958-12 Oct 1960 (55 items)
Box 14 Irwin, Wallace and Tish 29 Dec 1930-13 Apr 1959 (35 items)
Box 14 Ismay, Hastings Lionel 05 Nov 1952 (1 item)
J - General correspondence
Box 14 J 01 May 1928-14 Sep 1960 (60 items)
Box 14 Jewish question 26 Apr 1933-14 Apr 1960 (37 items)
Box 14 Johnson, Louis 15 May 1950 (1 item)
Box 15 Johnson, Margot 28 Nov 1945-13 Oct 1960 (46 items)
Box 15 Johnson and Higgins, insurance brokers 20 Jul 1953-21 Feb 1958 (46 items)
Box 15 Jung, Carl 23 Sep 1949 (2 items)
K - General correspondence
Box 15 Kah-Key 01 Jan 1928-28 Nov 1957 (62 items)
Box 15 Kha-Kut 27 Jul 1926-29 Sep 1960 (96 items)
Box 15 Kaltenborn, H. V. 08 Aug 1942-19 Jul 1960 (13 items)
Katyn Massacre Committee
Box 15 01 Aug 1949-07 Nov 1951 (31 items)
Box 15 Organizational material (32 items)
Box 16 Kefauver, Estes 17 Sep 1958-01 Oct 1958 (2 items)
Box 16 Keller, Father James 03 Jan 1956 (1 item)
Box 16 Kellogg, Frank B. 04 Dec 1930 (1 item)
Box 16 Kennedy, John F. 02 Jul 1957-23 Jul 1957 (2 items)
Box 16 Kenny, Nick 05 Apr 1950 (1 item)
Box 16 Kerr, Robert S. 16 Jul 1944 (1 item)
Box 16 Kiep, Hildegard 14 May 1928-24 Sep 1949 (7 items)
Box 16 Kirwin, Harry and Margaret 09 Oct 1949-06 Mar 1958 (18 items)
Box 16 Knickerbocker, H. R. 24 Apr 1928-28 Jun 1930 (4 items)
Box 16 Knox, Frank 20 Feb 1942 (1 item)
Box 16 Kortner, Fritz 30 Mar 1938-04 Sep 1941 (33 items)
Box 16 Koussevitzky, Serge 21 Aug 1940-29 Aug 1944 (2 items)
L - General correspondence
Box 16 Laf-Led 03 Mar 1938-14 Feb 1960 (50 items)
Box 16 Lee-Lip 28 May 1928-07 Apr 1960 (56 items)
Box 16 Lit-Lyo 11 Oct 1939-23 Jun 1959 (54 items)
Box 16 Landon, Alf 12 Jan 1938-09 Mar 1960 (5 items)
Box 16 Lane, Arthur Bliss 01 Mar 1949-08 Feb 1956 (6 items)
Box 16 Lane, Rose Wilder 25 Jan 1927-25 Sep 1960 (29 items)
Box 16 Laski, Victor undated (4 items)
Box 16 Laws, Bolitha J. 04 Sep 1953-24 Apr 1958 (6 items)
Box 16 Le Corbusier, Charles Edoward 27 Jun 1945 (1 item)
Lecture agents
Box 16 15 Jan 1954-13 Aug 1956 - W. Colston Leigh (51 items)
Box 17 15 Nov 1948-10 Dec 1951 - Harold R. Peat and Grace Sims Peat (102 items)
Box 17 16 Jan 1952-11 Oct 1960 - Harold R. Peat and Grace Sims Peat (51 items)
Box 17 Lenski, Lois 07 Sep 1947 (1 item)
Box 17 Lent and Abrams 17 Jul 1957-14 Oct 1958 (13 items)
Box 17 Lerner, Max 01 Mar 1956 (1 item)
Box 17 Lewis, John L. 12 Apr 1947-07 Jul 1947 (3 items)
Box 17 Lewis, Claude and Helen 14 Jan 1951-09 Dec 1960 (9 items)
Box 17 Lilienthal, Alfred 25 Aug 1949-04 Jun 1957 - Holy Land Emergency Liason Program (62 items)
Box 17 Lindsay, Vachel 22 Oct 1931 (1 item)
Box 17 Lippmann, Walter 14 Mar 1945-19 Feb 1960 (22 items)
Box 17 Listen, Hans 10 Jan 1942-25 Jan 1943 - fan mail (75 items)
Littell, Norman M.
Box 17 27 Nov 1944-29 Dec 1954 (79 items)
Box 18 10 Jan 1955-24 Aug 1956 (29 items)
Box 18 12 Jan 1957-01 Nov 1960 (13 items)
Literary permissions
Box 18 04 Jan 1949-29 Dec 1952 - and Reprints (95 items)
Box 18 05 Jan 1953-21 Dec 1955 - and Reprints (83 items)
Box 18 11 Jan 1956-15 Sep 1960 - and Reprints (88 items)
Box 18 Lochner, Louis P. 08 Jul 1943-04 Jun 1950 (8 items)
Box 18 Loeb, William 11 Apr 1947-24 Sep 1957 (61 items)
Box 18 Lodge, Henry Cabot 08 Nov 1949-27 Mar 1953 (4 items)
Box 19 Lovett, Robert A. 15 Dec 1947-15 Apr 1948 (6 items)
Box 19 Lowell, Ross H. 13 Feb 1945-20 May 1947 (28 items)
Box 19 Luce, Clare Boothe 22 Oct 1940-24 Sep 1952 (14 items)
Box 19 Luce, Henry R. 12 Mar 1948-10 Nov 1954 (6 items)
Box 19 Luchaire, Antonia Valentina Jan, 1939-11 Oct 1941 (16 items)
Box 19 Lyons, Leonard 05 Dec 1944-24 Feb 1950 (4 items)
M - General correspondence
Box 19 Mac-May 31 Mar 1938-28 Jan 1961 (105 items)
Box 19 McA-Mid 17 Dec 1922-27 Jun 1960 (98 items)
Box 19 Mil-Myl 06 Mar 1931-04 Feb 1960 (115 items)
Box 19 MacArthur, Douglas 04 Feb 1955 (1 item)
Box 19 MacLeish, Archibald 02 Jun 1942-22 Jun 1942 (2 items)
Box 19 Manhattan Publishing Company 23 Oct 1959-08 Nov 1960 (24 items)
Box 19 Mann, Thomas 21 Apr 1937-15 Apr 1941 (17 items)
Box 20 Maritain, Jacques 11 Jan 1943-07 Apr 1943 (2 items)
Marlboro College
Box 20 18 Dec 1946-14 Nov 1950 (38 items)
Box 20 06 Jan 1951-21 Nov 1955 (31 items)
Box 20 Marshall, Gen. George 27 Feb 1942-26 Mar 1948 (4 items)
Box 20 Masaryk, Jan 15 Nov 1947-24 Mar 1948 (5 items)
Box 20 Mathews, William R. 09 Jan 1942-29 Jul 1958 (45 items)
Box 20 Maugham, W. Somerset 30 May 1923 (1 item)
Box 20 Maxwell, Elsa 03 Jan 1950 (1 item)
Box 20 McMahon, Sen. Brien 28 Sep 1949-14 Dec 1950 (2 items)
Box 20 Meneken, H. L. 25 Mar 1926-12 Dec 1955 (39 items)
Box 20 Menjou, Aldolphe 21 Aug 1933 (1 item)
Box 20 Menuhin, Yehudi 23 Oct 1959 (1 item)
Box 20 Millay, Edna St. Vincent 01 Feb 1944 (1 item)
Box 20 Model, Roland and Stone 13 Nov 1950-09 Sep 1958 - Stockbrokers (22 items)
Box 20 Montgomery, John Flournoy 20 Feb 1950-10 May 1954 (34 items)
Box 20 Morrow, Edward R. 04 Jan 1954
Box 20 Morse, John and Martha 19 Mar 1951-22 Oct 1959 (35 items)
Box 20 Moses, John 09 Aug 1937-05 Aug 1960 (58 items)
Box 20 Moses, Robert 11 Feb 1944 (1 item)
Box 20 Montgelas, Albrecht 30 Sep 1940-22 Nov 1946 (17 items)
Box 20 Mowrer, Edgar Ansel 17 Nov 1938-03 Jan 1954 (26 items)
Box 20 Mundt, Karl 19 May 1941-21 Dec 1948 (4 items)
Box 20 Muste, A. J. 27 Mar 1948-31 Mar 1954 (10 items)
N - General correspondence
Box 21 Nag-Nea 20 Oct 1927-19 Feb 1958 (76 items)
Box 21 Nea-New York E 03 Nov 1927-22 Jul 1960 (45 items)
Box 21 New York N-Nich 18 Dec 1938-27 Aug 1958 (47 items)
Box 21 Nic-Not 08 Dec 1941-28 Apr 1960 (39 items)
Box 21 Nasser, Gamal Abdel 14 Feb 1958 (1 item)
Box 21 National Council for Prevention of War 06 Nov 1945-27 Sep 1952 (8 items)
Box 21 National Council for Youth 17 Mar 1954-03 Sep 1957 (52 items)
Box 21 National Institute of Arts and Letters 30 Dec 1949-17 Dec 1954 (26 items)
Box 21 New York Post 03 Apr 1936-01 Oct 1952 (48 items)
Box 21 Newspaper Guild of New York 07 Jan 1941-02 Jan 1948 (17 items)
Box 21 Newton, Caroline 14 Oct 1930-07 Jun 1960 (49 items)
Box 22 Ngo-Dinh-Diem undated (4 items)
Box 22 Nichols, William 28 Jan 1949-28 Jun 1955 (6 items)
Box 22 Nicholson, Harold 11 Jul 1938-29 Aug 1939 (4 items)
Box 22 Niebuhr, Reinhold 18 May 1951 (2 items)
Box 22 Nizer, Louis 09 Jan 1940-13 Apr 1950 (51 items)
O - General correspondence
Box 22 O 01 Jul 1931-Nov 1960 (43 items)
Box 22 "On the Record" 08 Aug 1958-18 Sep 1958 - fan mail-discontinuation of column (96 items)
Box 22 Once on Christmas 12 Dec 1946-30 May 1958 (26 items)
Box 22 Ormerod, William 26 Mar 1943-27 Jan 1958 - British Information Services (82 items)
P - General correspondence
Box 22 Pag-Per 27 Apr 1945-25 Jun 1959 (60 items)
Box 22 Pfa-Por 06 Jul 1931-05 Dec 1959 (43 items)
Box 23 Pos-Pye 21 Oct 1927-25 May 1958 (40 items)
Box 23 Paderewski, Ignace 10 Jan 1941 (1 item)
Box 23 Panel of Americans 03 Sep 1953-23 Apr 1957 (22 items)
Box 23 Parker, Dorothy 02 Nov 1940 (1 item)
Box 23 Parsons, Clementine M. 28 Sep 1960-25 Jan 1961 (9 items)
Box 23 Patterson, Grove 08 Nov 1948-25 Jul 1955 (11 items)
Box 23 Pearsall, Richard 21 Dec 1954-23 May 1958 (11 items)
Box 23 Pegler, Westbrook 17 Nov 1938-19 Nov 1938 (4 items)
Box 23 Perkins, Frances 12 Nov 1930-03 Apr 1947 (2 items)
Box 23 Pickford, Mary 20 May 1941 (1 item)
Box 23 Pierce, Loren Ray 19 Sep 1940-07 Oct 1949 (43 items)
Box 23 Porter, Sylvia 16 Dec 1954 (1 item)
Box 23 Powell, George M. 16 Nov 1938-08 Jan 1951 (51 items)
Box 23 Praeger, Frederick A., Inc. 1959-05 Dec 1960 (10 items)
Box 23 Publication permissions, Germany 10 May 1949-18 Oct 1956 (36 items)
Box 23 Pulitzer, Joseph 01 Nov 1939 (1 item)
R - General correspondence
Box 23 Rab-Rav 08 Jul 1931-01 Nov 1960 (55 items)
Box 23 Raw-Ree 27 Jan 1942-17 Dec 1958 (45 items)
Box 23 Ref-Ric 15 Jan 1932-01 Apr 1960 (63 items)
Box 24 Rid-Rut Jun, 1928-17 Nov 1960 (109 items)
Box 24 Reader's Digest 03 Sep 1958-08 Nov 1959 - fan mail (67 items)
Box 24 Henry Regnery Company 16 Apr 1951-07 Dec 1959 (16 items)
Box 24 Reinheimer, Howard 03 Jun 1939-09 Jul 1941 (24 items)
Box 24 Requests-to contribute articles and information 27 Dec 1958-15 Aug 1960 (21 items)
Box 24 Requests-speaking 02 Dec 1953-29 Aug 1958 (62 items)
Box 24 Requests-miscellaneous 25 Oct 1954-02 Jun 1958 (66 items)
Box 24 Reston, James 22 Sep 1955 (1 item)
Box 24 Ring of Freedom Organizational Materials (50 items)
Box 25 Ring of Freedom 04 Dec 1931-13 Jan 1942 (68 items)
Box 25 Rockefeller, Nelson A. 02 Jun 1941-13 Jun 1941 (2 items)
Box 25 Roosevelt, Elanor 08 Nov 1938-21 Dec 1952 (26 items)
Box 25 Roosevelt, Franklin D. 03 Oct 1939-08 Mar 1945 (10 items)
Box 25 Rosenstock-Huessey, Eugen 22 Dec 1944-31 Mar 1957 (32 items)
Box 25 Rothchild, Hilda 18 Apr 1945-12 Dec 1960 (52 items)
Box 25 Rubenstein, Marion 18 Jul 1949-27 Oct 1954 (8 items)
Box 25 Russell, Bertrand 17 Mar 1923 (1 item)
Box 25 Ryner, Ernest 22 Jan 1952-03 Mar 1954 (6 items)
S - General correspondence
Box 25 Saa-Say 14 Oct 1930-08 Apr 1960 (58 items)
Box 25 Sch-Scu 17 Oct 1930-13 Sep 1960 (58 items)
Box 25 Sdr-She 18 Nov 1940-29 Jul 1960 (77 items)
Box 26 Shi-Sou 01 May 1935-06 Jan 1961 (686 items)
Box 26 Spe-Str 22 Jun 1931-07 Sep 1960 (102 items)
Box 26 Stu-Syr 12 Dec 1938-01 Feb 1960 (54 items)
Box 26 Sachs, Alexander 07 May 1938-09 Aug 1956 (15 items)
Box 26 Salk, Jonas E. 18 Apr 1958 (1 item)
Box 26 Sarnoff, David and Lisa 20 Nov 1944-13 Feb 1959 (13 items)
Box 26 Sauk Centre-Sinclair Lewis Main Street Year 31 May 1960-24 Jul 1960, 1960 (9 items)
Scheffer, Paul
Box 26 23 Dec 1938-29 Dec 1946 (51 items)
Box 26 01 Jan 1947-21 Sep 1952 (63 items)
Box 27 25 Jan 1953-29 Dec 1955 (75 items)
Box 27 12 Feb 1956-24 Jan 1959 (33 items)
Box 27 Undated (11 items)
Box 27 Schlesinger, Jr., Arthur 05 Apr 1954 (1 item)
Box 27 Schorer, Mark 28 Apr 1953-13 Sep 1960 (36 items)
Box 27 Schwarzenberg, Anna 14 Jul 1928-11 Jan 1954 (14 items)
Box 27 Schwarzwald, Eugenie 30 Nov 1921-08 Aug 1940 (43 items)
Box 27 Sell, Henry Blackman 31 Mar 1944-25 Dec 1944 (12 items)
Box 27 Sergio, Lisa 18 Jan 1958-13 Apr 1958 (5 items)
Box 27 Shaw, Virginia 31 Mar 1952-19 Jan 1960 (5 items)
Sheean, Vincent and Dinah
Box 27 19 Jul 1947-12 Jul 1960 (80 items)
Box 28 Undated (3 folders, 157 items)
Box 28 Sherburne, Elizabeth 11 Jan 1954-05 May 1960 - Billings and Sherburne (18 items)
Box 28 Sherwood, Robert E. 19 Aug 1947-26 Aug 1947 (2 items)
Box 28 Shirer, William L. 09 Apr 1947-24 Nov 1958 (3 items)
Box 28 Simoncic, Klement and Betty 18 Jan 1949-02 Dec 1960 (14 items)
Box 28 Sinclair, Upton 25 Jan 1928-Mar 1953 (3 items)
Box 28 Smathers, George 19 Aug 1957 (1 item)
Box 28 Smith, Harrison 11 Oct 1949-07 Jul 1952 (7 items)
Box 28 Smith, Margaret Chase 16 Jun 1950-30 Aug 1951 (5 items)
Box 28 Sokolosky, George E. 24 Jul 1944-15 Apr 1947 (2 items)
Box 28 Sorokin, Pitirima 23 Apr 1955-03 May 1955 (7 items)
Box 28 Stevenson, Adlai E. 05 Aug 1952-22 Sep 1952 (4 items)
Box 28 Stimson, Henry L. 21 Oct 1939-14 Apr 1944 (5 items)
Box 28 Stout, Rex 24 Mar 1944-19 Oct 1944 (3 items)
Box 28 Strauss, Lewis 01 Aug 1956 (1 item)
Box 28 Studley, Henry 15 Nov 1939-11 Jan 1947 (41 items)
Box 28 Swing, Betty Gram 26 Apr 1938-25 Jan 1960 (10 items)
Box 28 Syracuse University 23 Nov 1951-17 Jan 1961 (14 items)
T - General correspondence
Box 28 Taf-Thy 13 Jul 1934-03 Oct 1960 (53 items)
Box 28 Til-Tru 06 Aug 1923-07 Nov 1958 (56 items)
Box 28 Tub-Tyl 28 Feb 1941-12 Sep 1958 (24 items)
Box 29 Theta Sigma Phi 22 Feb 1954-05 Jul 1954 (9 items)
Box 29 This Week Magazine 02 Mar 1951-31 Dec 1959 (9 items)
Box 29 Thomas, Norman 10 Aug 1947-14 Jan 1957 (6 items)
Box 29 Tillich, Paul 08 Apr 1943-27 Jan 1945 (3 items)
Box 29 Time, Inc. 28 Apr 1939-25 Jul 1958 (19 items)
Box 29 Tolley, William P. 26 Nov 1951-26 Jan 1961 (9 items)
Box 29 Toscanini, Arturo 22 Jan 1943-25 Dec 1955 (3 items)
Box 29 Town Hall, Inc. 12 Mar 1947-29 Sep 1953 (24 items)
Box 29 Traeger, Cornelius H. 05 Aug 1940-20 Apr 1959 (11 items)
Box 29 Truman, Harry and Bess 18 Apr 1945-18 May 1950 (4 items)
Box 29 Tucci, Niccolo 06 May 1947-26 Jun 1948 (12 items)
U - General correspondence
Box 29 U 01 Jul 1928-19 Jan 1959 (45 items)
Box 29 United States Arab-Asian Institute, Inc. 02 Oct 1958-03 Dec 1958 (3 items)
Box 29 United States Department of Army 02 May 1944-04 Feb 1952 (9 items)
Box 29 United States Attorney General 25 Jan 1950 (1 item)
Box 29 United States Office of Censorship 15 Apr 1942-29 May 1942 (2 items)
Box 29 United States Council of the International Chamber of Commerce 17 Nov 1952 (1 item)
Box 29 United States Department of Defense 01 Nov 1947-07 Nov 1956 (4 items)
Box 29 United States District Court 10 Feb 1948-29 Jul 1958 (2 items)
Box 29 United States Embassy in London 27 Sep 1955 (1 item)
Box 29 United States Foreign Service 15 Oct 1941-04 Mar 1957 (22 items)
Box 29 United States Information Service 21 Nov 1950-27 Jun 1956 (5 items)
Box 29 United States Department of Interior 15 Feb 1938-07 Feb 1955 (3 items)
Box 29 United States Operations Mission to Iran 14 Mar 1957 (1 item)
Box 29 United States Department of Justice 20 Oct 1943-15 Aug 1947 (4 items)
Box 29 United States political adviser for Germany 24 Jun 1945 (1 item)
Box 29 United States Postmaster General 06 Jan 1944 (1 item)
Box 29 United States President 21 Apr 1941-22 May 1953 (10 items)
Box 29 United States Public Works Administration 16 Mar 1936 (1 item)
Box 29 United States Savings and Loan League 03 Nov 1952-15 Jan 1953 (2 items)
Box 29 United States Department of State 29 Apr 1939-08 Sep 1960 (33 items)
Box 29 United States Supreme Court 23 Oct 1947 (1 item)
Box 29 United States Treasury Department 20 Mar 1945-09 Mar 1951 (4 items)
Box 29 United States Mission to the United Nations 28 Jun 1948-10 Sep 1949 (3 items)
Box 29 United States Vice President 14 Dec 1943 (1 item)
Box 29 United States War Department 07 Dec 1942-31 Mar 1947 (10 items)
Box 30 United Youth for Victory 23 Dec 1941-14 Jul 1942 (39 items)
Box 30 Urzidil, Johannes 19 Sep 1949-07 Dec 1960 (37 items)
V - General correspondence
Box 30 Vag-Ves 30 Apr 1927-22 Jan 1959 (35 items)
Box 30 Vie-Vor 18 Nov 1930-04 Feb 1958 (61 items)
Box 30 Vandenberg, Arthur H. 27 Jul 1945-19 Dec 1950 (12 items)
Box 30 Vanguard Press 03 Jan 1938-11 Jan 1938 (20 items)
Box 30 Vierick, Peter 14 May 1949-05 Aug 1950, undated (12 items)
Box 30 Vischer, Wilhelmina 12 Jul 1951-26 Jan 1960 (11 items)
Box 30 Volunteer Land Corps 09 Apr 1942-08 Jan 1951 (17 items)
Box 30 Volunteer Land Corps organizational material 19 May 1942-10 Aug 1950 (23 items)
Box 30 Von Gebhardt, Hertha 27 Dec 1946-16 Sep 1947 (12 items)
Box 30 Von Hassell, Ulrich 26 Jul 1945-11 Oct 1947 (5 items)
Box 30 Von Moltke, Helmuth and Freya 23 Jan 1945-30 May 1956 (25 items)
Box 30 Von Unruh, Fritz 18 Apr 1946-09 Mar 1960 (28 items)
World Organization of Mothers of All Nations
Box 31 26 Feb 1945-27 Dec 1947 (24 items)
Box 31 14 Jan 1948-31 Dec 1948 (17 items)
Box 31 28 Mar 1949-15 Dec 1949 (38 items)
Box 31 09 Jan 1950-07 Oct 1950 (93 items)
Box 31 14 Feb 1951-21 Dec 1951 (86 items)
Box 32 02 Jan 1952-30 Nov 1952 (51 items)
Box 32 03 Feb 1953-07 Apr 1956 (22 items)
Box 32 07 Nov 1957-11 Sep 1959 (19 items)
W - General correspondence
Box 32 Wad-War 23 Jul 1934-10 Sep 1960 (51 items)
Box 32 War-Why 18 Nov 1938-12 Aug 1960 (89 items)
Box 32 Wic-Won 11 Jul 1928-22 Nov 1960 (76 items)
Box 32 Woo-Wyl 28 Apr 1928-11 Dec 1957 (69 items)
Box 32 Wallace, Henry Agard 13 Aug 1942-02 Jan 1945 (7 items)
Box 32 Walpole, Hugh 12 Dec 1923-16 May 1952 (6 items)
Box 32 Walton, Leslie Bannister 19 May 1950-28 Apr 1953 (18 items)
Box 32 Wambaugh, Sarah 29 Apr 1950-15 Jan 1952 (14 items)
Warren, Dale
Box 32 20 Mar 1940-28 Nov 1960
Box 32 Undated
Box 32 Warren, Earl 01 Mar 1958 (1 item)
Box 32 Waterman, Faith 30 Jan 1948-28 Jun 1960 (169 items)
Box 33 Watkins, Ann, Inc. 21 Oct 1941-23 Aug 1946 (20 items)
Box 33 Wedding announcements 29 Oct 1950-18 Apr 1958 (43 items)
Box 33 Weisgal, Meyer 28 Jun 1940-25 Feb 1959 (27 items)
Box 33 Wells, Herbert George 25 Oct 1924-08 Dec 1940 (6 items)
Box 33 Wenner-Gren, Axel 09 Feb 1940-04 Jun 1941 (7 items)
Box 33 Wesbrook, Elizabeth 17 Jan 1952-07 Dec 1958 (8 items)
Box 33 West, Rebecca 09 Dec 1923-06 Dec 1959 (9 items)
Box 33 Westbrook, Lasrence 20 Apr 1942-30 Apr 1958 (6 items)
Box 33 Wharton, Edith 29 Dec 1922-09 Feb 1931 (9 items)
Box 33 Wheeler, Burton K. 08 Jul 1944-14 Dec 1946 (4 items)
Box 33 White, Paul Dudley 03 Oct 1958 (1 item)
Box 33 Wiatrak, Edward S. 04 Jan 1950-06 Feb 1956 (29 items)
Box 33 Wilder, Thornton 24 Feb 1948 (1 item)
Box 33 Willkie, Wendell 23 Feb 1939-09 Jun 1944 (6 items)
Box 33 Winchell, Walter 04 Feb 1944-15 Apr 1947 (5 items)
Box 33 Winsloe, Christa 04 Nov 1932-09 Dec 1957 (77 items)
Box 33 Woollcott, Alexander 12 Feb 1941-16 Jul 1942 (6 items)
Box 33 Wright, Hamilton 12 Dec 1957-08 May 1958 (15 items)
Y - General correspondence
Box 34 Y 06 May 1944-31 May 1956 (26 items)
Box 34 Yale University Library 05 Feb 1951-13 Jan 1958 (11 items)
Box 34 Young, Agatha 18 Sep 1953-07 Jul 1954 (12 items)
Z - General correspondence
Box 34 Z 26 Sep 1939-04 Oct 1959 (34 items)
Box 34 Zuckmayer, Carl 19 Dec 1939-15 Jun 1955 (25 items)
Unidentifiable
Box 34 10 May 1928-13 Dec 1960 (48 items)
Outgoing correspondence
Box 35 1918-1934 (27 items)
Subjects: Joseph Bard, Karl Brandt, Theodore Dreiser, Marcel W. Fodor, Sinclair Lewis, Serbia, Suffrage, Triple Entente
Recipients: Buffalo Evening News, Tish Irwin, Rose Wilder Lane (3), H. L. Mencken, Dale Warren, Helen Woodward
Box 35 1938 (20 items)
Subjects: "Balance of Power", Herschell Grynszpan, Journalism, Journalist's Defense Fund, Fritz Kortner, Vanguard Press
Recipients: Paul Scheffer, George Seldes
Box 35 1939 (27 items)
Subjects: Communism, "Dawn's Early Light", Deportation Case, Germany, Hitler, Propaganda, Eugenie Schwarzwald, Youth
Recipients: Thomas E. Dewey, Robert Edmondson, James A. Farley, Fritz Kortner, Rose Wilder Lane (2), Joseph Pulitzer, Henry L. Stimson, H. G. Wells
Box 35 Jan-Jun 1940 (16 items)
Subjects: "Another Sun", Biography, "Lindbergism", Franklin D. Roosevelt, Semantics, "Spell Your Name", War
Recipients: John Chamberlain, Fritz Kortner, Dale Warren, Axel Wenner-Gren
Box 35 Jul-Dec 1940 (20 items)
Subjects: C. C. C. Camps, "Dawn's Early Light", Economics, Fascist Groups, Herschell Grynszpan, Journalist's Defense Fund, Personal Attacks, Russian Alliance, Socialism, Unemployment, Wendell W. Willkie
Recipients: Lawrence Dennis, Clare Boothe Luce, Edgar Ansel Mowrer, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Henry L. Stimson, Meyer Weisgal
Box 35 Jan-Apr 1941 (17 items)
Subjects: American Business Interests, Food for France, Germany, Journalist's Defense Fund, Newspapers, Louis Nizer, Norman Thomas, War
Recipients: Eleanor Roosevelt
Box 35 May-Aug 1941 (32 items)
Subjects: The Federalist, Germany, Herschell Grynszpan, Jewish Questions, Ring of Freedom, War
Recipients: Karl Mundt, Elmer Rice, Nelson A. Rockefeller, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Meyer Weisgal
Box 35 Sep-Dec 1941 (16 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, I.G. Farban Industries, Antonia Valentina Luchaire, Radio Policy, Maria Schneider, "Ten Articles of Personal Faith"
Recipients: William Paley, Meyer Weisgal
Box 35 Jan 1942 (3 items)
Subjects: Germany, United Youth for Defense, James Warburg
Recipients: Eleanor Roosevelt
Box 36 Feb 1942 (6 items)
Subjects: Broadcasting Problems
Recipients: Max Ascoli, Alfred Lilienthal
Box 36 Mar 1942 (2 items)
Subjects: German Newspapers
Recipients: Byron Price
Box 36 Apr 1942 (4 items)
Subjects: United Youth for Defense
Recipients: Alfred Lilienthal, Charles D. Lockwood
Box 36 May 1942 (5 items)
Subjects: "The Making of Tomorrow"
Recipients: Alfred Lilienthal
Box 36 Jun 1942 (5 items)
Subjects: Definition of "Public Interest", German Newspapers, James Warburg, Child Welfare
Recipients: Archibald MacLeish
Box 36 Jul 1942 (4 items)
Subjects: The "American Unconscious", Paul Scheffer, Henry Wallace and Herbert Hoover, War
Recipients: Allen Dulles, John Moses, Raoul de Roussy de Sales
Box 36 Aug 1942 (3 items)
Subjects: Paul Scheffer, Volunteer Land Corps
Box 36 Sep 1942 (1 item)
Subjects: Volunteer Land Corps
Box 36 Oct 1942 (4 items)
Subjects: Government and the Press, India, War's Effects
Recipients: Robert Littell, Franklin D. Roosevelt
Box 36 Nov 1942 (2 items)
Subjects: "European Federation"
Recipients: Jacques Maritain
Box 36 Dec 1942 (4 items)
Subjects: "Listen Hans"
Recipients: John Moses
Box 36 1942, undated (2 items)
Subjects: Communism
Recipients: Sumner Welles
Box 36 Jan-Feb 1943 (6 items)
Subjects: British-United States Relations, Europe
Box Box 36 35 Mar 1943 (1 item)
Box 36 Apr 1943 (7 items)
Subjects: Herman Budzislawski, Motion Pictures, Post-War Germany
Recipients: Howard Deitz, Paul Tillich
Box 36 May 1943 (2 items)
Subjects: Sinclair Lewis, Motion Pictures
Recipients: Bennett Cerf, Quincy Howe
Box 36 Sep 1943 (1 item)
Subjects: War Food
Recipients: Marvin Jones
Box 36 Oct 1943 (3 items)
Subjects: The Classics, The English Language, Europe, Japanese Propaganda
Recipients: Burgess Johnson
Box 36 Nov 1943 (3 items)
Subjects: Maxim Kopf, Thanksgiving Wishes
Box 36 Dec 1943 (8 items)
Subjects: Censorship, "Czecho-Slovakia", German People
Recipients: E. J. King
Box 36 Jan 1944 (6 items)
Subjects: Censorship, Germany, The Ideal President, Movies
Recipients: Bruce Bliven, Byron Price, Spyros Skouras
Box 36 Feb 1944 (6 items)
Subjects: Family Economics, Maxim Kopf, "View"
Recipients: William F. Cronin, Thomas E. Dewey
Box 36 Mar 1944 (2 items)
Subjects: Freedom House
Recipients: Gertrude Lawrence
Box 36 Apr 1944 (6 items)
Subjects: Economic Centralization, Freedom House, Italian Exiles, "Pan-Germany"
Recipients: Thomas E. Dewey, Beatrice Gould, Cordell Hull, Loren Price, Rex Stout
Box 36 May 1944 (6 items)
Subjects: Political Campaigns, The Press
Recipients: Franklin D. Roosevelt
Box 36 Jun 1944 (4 items)
Subjects: India, Informants, Writers
Recipients: Writers' War Board
Box 36 Jul 1944 (1 item)
Subjects: Freedom House
Box 36 Aug 1944 (7 items)
Subjects: Committee for a Democratic Germany, Force for Peace, Nazi Party, Volunteer Land Corps, Women's Action Committee for Victory and Lasting Peace
Recipients: John Bainbridge, Allen W. Gullion
Box 36 Oct 1944 (2 items)
Subjects: Propaganda Aims
Box 36 Nov 1944 (4 items)
Recipients: James Mead
Box 36 Dec 1944 (1 item)
Box 36 1945 (11 items)
Subjects: American League for the United States of Europe, Europe, Yalta Conference
Recipients: Berton K. Wheeler, Franklin D. Roosevelt
Box 36 1946 (25 items)
Subjects: Autobiographical, Conscience, Hans Deichmann, Germany, Hitlerism, Price Controls, Russia, Writers' War Board
Recipients: The Daily Worker, Edgar Ansel Mowrer, Baron von Rheinbaben, Vincent Sheean, Rex Stout
Box 36 Jan-Jun 1947 (31 items)
Subjects: Bill of Rights, Hermann Borchardt, Coal Miners, Communist Party, Europe, Foreign Language Press, Germany, Harvard Salzburg Seminar, Maxim Kopf, The Polish People, Taxation, United Nations
Recipients: Karl Brandt, Victor Grosz, John Gunther, J. Edgar Hoover, John L. Lewis, Robert Patterson, Frances Perkins, George Sokolosky, Robert Taft, Arthur Vandenburg, Meyer Weisgal
Box 36 Jul-Dec 1947 (32 items)
Subjects: Marcel W. Fodor, "The Idea of Europe", Italian Treaty, Niccolo Tucci, United Stations Real Estate, Development, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Lucius Clay, Felix Frankfurter, Hasting Lionel Ismay, John C. Knox, Robert Lovett, Jan Masaryk, The New York Times, Vincent Sheean, Arthur Watkins
Box 37 Jan-Aug 1948 (61 items)
Subjects: Robert Best, Communism, Czechoslovakia, "The European Digest", European Confederation, Farm Management, Lewis L. Incze, India, Italy, Jan Masaryk, Negro Question, Palestine Partition, Ferdinand Peroutka, Personal Attacks, Prisoners of War Camps, Russia, Richard Tauber, United States Foreign Policy, Voice of America, W.O.M.A.N., World Situation
Recipients: Joseph Alsop, Charles Bartlett, Ernest Bevin, William Beveridge, Lucius Clay, Elmer Davis, Charles de Gaulle, Ralph Flanders, James Forrestal, Virginia Gildersleeve, H. L. L'Heureux, Walter Lippmann, Robert Lovett, George Marshall, Eleanor Roosevelt, Carlo Sforza, Vincent Sheean, M. J. Slavic, Harry S. Truman, Thornton Wilder
Box 37 Oct-Dec 1948 (18 items)
Subjects: Germany, Ferdinand Peroutka, U.N.E.S.C.O., W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Walter Lippmann, Stella Reading, Carlo Sforza
Box 37 Mar-Jan 1949 (30 items)
Subjects: Herman Budzislawski, F. F. Coady, Hans Deichmann, René Fueloep-Miller, Jewish Atrocities, Personal Attack, Dimitri Shostokovitch, Helmuth von Moltke, Zionism
Recipients: Dean Acheson, Elmer Berger, Erich Fischer, Benjamin Hibbs, Professional, Benjamin Rosenthal, Vincent Sheean, Arthur Vandenburg
Box 37 Jun-Aug 1949 (34 items)
Subjects: Immigration, Maxim Kopf, Strike-Bell Syndicate vs. Newspaper Guild
Recipients: Max Eastman, George Marshall, Grace Sims Peat, Petra Vermehren
Box 37 Sep-Dec 1949 (62 items)
Subjects: Communist Party, Stubens Pond Club, Zionism
Recipients: Henry Andrews, Elmer Berger, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Richard Coudenhove-Kalgeri, James Drawbell, Daniel Frisch, Peta Fuller, Virginia Gildersleeve, John Haynes Holmes, Hildegard Kiep, William Loeb, H. L. Mencken, Dinah Sheean, Harrison Smith, Countess von Goertz, Dale Warren, Lawrence Westbrook
Box 37 Jan 1950 (33 items)
Subjects: Jewish Hostages, The Saar, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Bell Syndicate, Elmer Berger, Miles Bouton, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Thomas Connally, Patrick Dudensing, Normal Littell, Henrik Mannerfrid, Edgar Ansel Mowrer, Ala Story, Petra Vermehren
Box 37 Feb 1950 (35 items)
Subjects: Bureau of Fine Arts, Korea, Russia, Rebecca West, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Bell Syndicate, William Rose Benet, Peter Drucker, Bruce and Beatrice Gould, William Loeb, Helen Martin, John Morse, Paul Scheffer
Box 37 Mar 1950 (43 items)
Subjects: Edward Bellamy, Lucius Clay, Francisco Franco, Germany, Palestine, Lawrence Westbrook, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Thomas Connally, Herbert Hoover, Reinhold Niebuhr, Vincent Sheean, Petra Vermehren, John Wheeler
Box 37 Apr 1950 (27 items)
Subjects: Catholicism, Lucius Clay, Far Eastern Policy, Ernest Hemingway, Syracuse University, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Bernard Baruch, Thomas Connally, Ralph Flanders, Bruce and Beatrice Gould, Victor Lasky, Norman Littell, Sanford Ross, David Sarnoff, Vincent Sheean, Harrison Smith
Box 37 May 1950 (31 items)
Subjects: Richard Buhlig, Germany, Katyn Massacre Committee, The Kinsey Report, Morganthau Plan, Vincent Sheean, Harry S. Truman
Recipients: Karl Deichmann, Bruce Gould, Alfred Lilienthal, William Loeb
Box 37 Jun 1950 (27 items)
Subjects: Aggression vs. Resistance, American Friends of the Middle East, Bavarian Refugee Administration, Committee for the Prevention of World War III, "Hold Berlin" Rally, Korea, Personal Attacks, W.O.M.A.N., Women in Politics
Recipients: Peter Drucker, Thomas Finletter, Frederika, Queen of Greece, Norman Littell, Margaret Chase Smith
Box 37 Jul 1950 (16 items)
Subjects: Atomic Energy, Common Cause, Incorporated
Recipients: René Fueloep-Miller, Roy de Grout, Arthur Bliss Lane
Box 37 Aug 1950 (24 items)
Subjects: Germany, Governorship of California, Effie Purcell, United Nations, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Richard E. Byrd, Bruce and Beatrice Gould, Walter Lippmann, Grace Sims Peat, Cornelius Traeger, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr
Box 37 Sep 1950 (10 items)
Subjects: Middle East, Harry S. Truman
Recipients: Lynn Atkinson
Box 37 Oct 1950 (26 items)
Subjects: Autobiographical, Yusif el Banak, Germany, Middle East, Tibet, W.O.M.A.N., Zionism
Recipients: Alfred Lilienthal, Jack Wheeler
Box 37 Nov 1950 (11 items)
Subjects: René Fueloep-Miller
Recipients: Henry Andrews, William A. Eddy, Margaret Kirwin, Caroline Newton
Box 37 Dec 1950 (11 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Middle East, Zionists
Recipients: Marcel W. Fodor, Benjamin Hibbs, Pamela Wilson
Box 37 Jan 1951 (13 items)
Subjects: Peter Bon de Sousa Pernes
Recipients: Marcel W. Fodor, Walter Lippmann, Porter Sargent, Dale Warren
Box 37 Feb 1951 (18 items)
Subjects: Communism, Containment, Maxim Kopf, Korea, Harry S. Truman, Fritz von Unruh
Recipients: Robert Taft, Jack Wheeler
Box 38 Mar 1951 (39 items)
Subjects: Biography, Germany, Alexander Hamilton, Maxim Kopf, Sinclair Lewis, Middle East, Peace Plans, Russia, Vincent Sheean, Johannes Urzidil
Recipients: Shannon Allen, Ralph Bell, Bell Syndicate, Bruce Gould, Norman Littell, Martha Morse, Grace Sims Peat, Herbert Pell, Edward Weeks, John Wheeler, William Zuckerman
Box 38 Apr 1951 (29 items)
Subjects: Anti-semitism, Fouad Farouk, Foundations, The Free Press, Middle East, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Margaret Wilson
Recipients: Shannon Allen, Kenneth Bannister, Cosmopolitan Club, Peter Drucker, Ralph Flanders, C. S. Freeman, Paul Scheffer, William Zuckerman
Box 38 May 1951 (30 items)
Subjects: Jewish Question, MacArthur-Truman Debate, Middle East
Recipients: Henry Andrews, C.A.R.E., Ralph Flanders, Tish Irwin, Jacques Maritain, John Flourney Montgomery, Grace Sims Peat, Dinah Sheean, Vincent Sheean, Theodore Weeks, Jack Wheeler
Box 38 Jun 1951 (17 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Reine de Sales, Jan Masaryk, Zionism
Recipients: Elmer Davis, Peter Drucker, Ralph Flanders, Virginia Gildersleeve, William Ernest Hocking, Walter Lippmann, Jean Marie Richard
Box 38 Jul 1951 (26 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Feminism, Israel, Korea, Sinclair Lewis, O'Dwyer, Russia, Vincent Sheean, Harry S. Truman
Recipients: James Babb, C.A.R.E., Bruce and Beatrice Gould, Paul Scheffer, Whitney Shepardson, Arthur Sulzberger, Johannes Urizidil
Box 38 Aug 1951 (15 items)
Subjects: Middle East, W.O.M.A.N., Zionism
Recipients: Ralph Bell, Virginia Gildersleeve, Ernest Hocking, Mary Hughes, Edgar Ansel Mowrer, Harold Peat
Box 38 Sep 1951 (26 items)
Subjects: Anglo-Iranian Oil, Asia, C.A.R.E., Middle East, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Henry Andrews, Ralph Bell, Pearl S. Buck, Millar Burrows, Cornelius Van Engert, C. S. Freeman, Margaret Chase Smith
Box 38 Oct 1951 (11 items)
Subjects: Sinclair Lewis, Vincent Sheean
Recipients: Melville Cane, Dorothy Culbertson, Vincent Sheean
Box 38 Nov 1951 (29 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, "Dawn's Early Light", Reader's Digest
Recipients: Karl Brandt, Cornelius Van Engert, Edgar Ansel Mowrer, Dale Warren
Box 38 Dec 1951 (19 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Syracuse University, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Melville Cane, William P. Tolley, Dale Warren
Box 38 Jan 1952 (29 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Foreign Affairs, Middle East, W.O.M.A.N., "Women's Manifesto", Writing
Recipients: Abaullah Ibrahim Baker, Bernard Berenson, Millar Burrows, Winston Churchill, Mary Hughes, Alfred Lilienthal, Grace Sims Peat, Eleanor Roosevelt, Tolstoy Foundation, Inc., Lawrence Westbrook
Box 38 Feb 1952 (28 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Franchon Arthur, Catholicism, Communism, Discrimination, Justice, Middle East, Lisbon N.A.T.O. Meeting, Washington Star Column, W.O.M.A.N., Writing
Recipients: Etienne Gibson, Bruce Gould, Garland Evans Hopkins, Walter Lippmann, John Flourney Montgomery, Caroline Newton, Paul Scheffer, Rudolph Sturm
Box 38 Mar 1952 (61 items)
Subjects: Foreign Affairs, Germany, Jewish Question, Volunteer Land Corps, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Peter Bon de Sousa Pernes, Margaret Boveri, Millar Burrows, Dwight D. Eisenhower, James A. Farley, Etienne Gibson, Caroline Newton, Grace Sims Peat, David Sarnoff, Virginia Shaw, Dale Warren, Rebecca West, Alice Whelen
Box 38 Apr-May 1952 (4 items)
Recipients: George Kennan
Box 38 Jun 1952 (9 items)
Subjects: Garland Evans Hopkins, Middle East
Recipients: Margaret Boveri, Ahmed Naguib El Hilaly Pasha, Caroline Newton, Kamel Bey Abdul Rahim
Box 38 Jul 1952 (15 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, American Middle East Relief, Politics, Relief Work
Recipients: Grace Casanova, Garland Evans Hopkins, Harry Kirwin, Azzam Pasha, Fawzi Selo, Adeeb El-Shaishekly, Harrison Smith
Box 38 Aug 1952 (32 items)
Subjects: Arab Students' Conference, Foreign Affairs, Middle East, Politics, Margaret Truman, Washington Star Column, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: William Z. Cline, Stephanie Dolgorousky, Ania Dorfmann, Beatrice Gould, Eva Graham, Garland Evans Hopkins, Harold Peat, Adlai Stevenson
Box 38 Sep 1952 (25 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Thomas E. Dewey, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Foreign Policy, Middle East, Washington Star Column, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: William Eddy, Bruce Gould, Benjamin Hibbs, Walter Lippmann, Henry Luce, Grace Sims Peat, Paul Scheffer, Adlai Stevenson
Box 38 Oct 1952 (14 items)
Subjects: Middle East, N.A.T.O
Recipients: William Z. Cline, Hastings Lionel Ismay, Norman Littell, Clare Boothe Luce, Vincent Sheean
Box 38 Nov 1952 (4 items)
Subjects: Adlai Stevenson
Box 38 Dec 1952 (20 items)
Subjects: Foreign Affairs, Jewish Question, Personal Attacks
Recipients: Elmer Berger, Walter Winchell
Box 38 Jan 1953 (26 items)
Subjects: Foreign Affairs, Immigration Policy, Maxim Kopf, Middle East, The Rosenberg Case, Vincent Sheean
Recipients: Ralph Bell, Melville Cane, Garland Evans Hopkins, William Loeb, Vincent Sheean, Elizabeth Sherburne, Peter Viereck
Box 38 Feb-Mar 1953 (64 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Education, Jelke Case, Sinclair Lewis, Middle East
Recipients: Mohammed Ali, Millar Burrows, Andrew Chancellor, Norman Littell, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Jean Marie Richard, Francis Valente
Box 38 Apr 1953 (57 items)
Subjects: American Press, Franchon Arthur, Civil Liberties, Conservation, Domestic Affairs, Education, Foreign Policy, Germany, Middle East, Social Security
Recipients: Harry Elmer Barnes, Millar Burrows, William Z. Cline, Ralph Flanders, James W. Fulbright, Walter Lippmann, Edgar Ansel Mowrer, Henry Regnery, Elizabeth Sherburne, Upton Sinclair, Lawrence Westbrook
Box 39 May 1953 (36 items)
Subjects: Education, Earl Jowitt, Modern Art, Poland, Stubens Pond Club, Fritz von Manstein
Recipients: Whittaker Chambers, Bruce Gould, Caroline Newton, Hilda Rothchild, Lisa Sarnoff, Dale Warren, James Wilson
Box 39 Jun 1953 (26 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Education, Earl Jowitt, Sinclair Lewis, Franklin D. Roosevelt
Recipients: Carl Deichmann, Henry Luce, Grace Sims Peat, Rebecca West
Box 39 Jul-Aug 1953 (26 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Middle East, Welfare Agencies
Recipients: Melville Cane, James Drawbell, Ahmed Hussein, Henry Luce, Rudolph Sturm, John Wheeler
Box 39 Sep 1953 (37 items)
Subjects: Catholicism, Sinclair Lewis
Recipients: William Z. Cline, Dorothy Culbertson, Gertrude Ely, Bruce Gould, Grace Sims Peat, Raymond Swing, Dale Warren, Alice Whelen
Box 39 Oct-Nov 1953 (40 items)
Subjects: Herbert Brownell, Foreign Affairs, Germany, Alfred Lilienthal, Middle East, Jean Marie Richard, United Nations, Zionism
Recipients: Shannon Allen, George Barakat, John Foster Dulles, Gertrude Ely, Bruce Gould, Eva Grant, Bolitha Laws, Walter Lippman, Vincent Sheean, Mrs. Earl Warren
Box 39 Dec 1953 (24 items)
Subjects: Foreign Policy, Journalism, Personal Attack, Fred Smith
Recipients: Josephine Blesch, John Foster Dulles, Baruch Korff, Walter Lippmann, Norman Littell, Edward R. Morrow, Paul Scheffer, Anna Schwarzenberg
Box 39 Jan 1954 (29 items)
Subjects: Gerald Johnson, Germany, Readings, Zionism
Recipients: Nancy Astor, Margaret Biveri, John Crosby, Bruce Gould, Garland Evans Hopkins, Baruch Korff, William P. Tolley, Rebecca West, Christa Winsloe
Box 39 Feb 1954 (28 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Education, Zionism
Recipients: Joseph Alsop, Miles Bouton, Walter Lippmann, George Sokolosky
Box 39 Mar 1954 (29 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Israel, "Witch Hunts", W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Kenneth Bayless, Robert Frost, Corless Lamont, Alfred Lilienthal, Haile Selassie, Dale Warren, William Zuckerman
Box 39 Apr 1954 (27 items)
Subjects: Atomic Power, Middle East, Poland
Recipients: Margaret Boveri, Dorothy Culbertson, Stephen Graubard, Charles J. Kersten, Paul Scheffer, Elizabeth Sherburne
Box 39 May 1954 (41 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Foreign Policy, Journalism
Recipients: Dorothy Culbertson, Stephen Graubard, Garland Evans Hopkins, Norman Littell, Grove Patterson, Professional, Elizabeth Sherburne, Kay Sisto, Norman Thomas
Box 39 Jun 1954 (9 items)
Subjects: James Roosevelt
Recipients: Colston Leigh, Dale Warren
Box 39 Jul 1954 (18 items)
Subjects: Middle East
Recipients: Dorothy Culbertson, Bruce Gould, Ruth Hoople, Garland Evans Hopkins, Harry Kirwin, Colston Leigh, Grace Sims Peat, John N. Wheeler
Box 39 Aug 1954 (7 items)
Subjects: "The Year Has Twelve Months"
Recipients: Margaret Cuthbert, Marcel W. Fodor, Bruce Gould, Walter Lippmann
Box 39 Sep 1954 (9 items)
Subjects: Foreign Policy, Paul Scheffer
Recipients: Stephen Graubard, Grove Patterson
Box 39 Oct 1954 (5 items)
Recipients: Stephen Graubard
Box 39 Nov 1954 (28 items)
Subjects: Central Intelligence Agency, Israel, Middle East, Franklin D. Roosevelt
Recipients: John Foster Dulles, Virginia Gildersleeve, Colston Leigh, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Vincent Sheean, Dale Warren, Rebecca West
Box 39 Dec 1954 (26 items)
Subjects: Middle East, Toledo Blade Column, "Wasted Moments", Writing
Recipients: William Eddy, Colston Leigh, Grove Patterson, Henry Regnery, Paul Scheffer
Box 39 Jan 1955 (17 items)
Subjects: Henry A. Byroade, Egyptian Revolution, Germany, Maxim Kopf, United Nations, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Josephine Blesch, William A. Jenner, Baruch Korff, Colston Leigh, Douglas MacArthur
Box 39 Feb 1955 (25 items)
Subjects: Germany
Recipients: Etienne Gibson, Bruce Gould, Colston Leigh, Walter Lippmann, Paul Scheffer, Vincent Sheean
Box 39 Mar 1955 (15 items)
Subjects: England, Middle East
Recipients: Colston Leigh, Walter Lippmann, Hermann Rauschning, Vincent Sheean
Box 39 Apr 1955 (36 items)
Subjects: Italy, Maxim Kopf, Sinclair Lewis, Hermann Rauschning, Segregation, Yalta
Recipients: Harry Elmer Barnes, Karl Brandt, Bruce Gould, Colston Leigh
Box 39 May 1955 (12 items)
Subjects: David Sarnoff
Recipients: Harry Elmer Barnes, Paul Scheffer
Box 39 Jun 1955 (22 items)
Subjects: Turkey
Recipients: Josephine Blesch, Karl Brandt, William Z. Cline, Peta Fuller, Lisa Sarnoff, Meyer Weisgal
Box 39 Jul 1955 (12 items)
Subjects: Hitler
Recipients: Ely Culbertson, Ernest W. Gibson, Bruce Gould, Caroline Newton
Box 40 Aug 1955 (29 items)
Subjects: Paul Scheffer
Recipients: Grace Casanova, Vincent Sheean
Box 40 Sep 1955 (36 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, England, Germany, Turkey
Recipients: Charles E. Bohlen, Karl Brandt, C. Douglas Dillon, Benjamin Freedman, Bruce Gould, Colston Leigh, H. L. Mencken, Gamal Abdel Nasser, C. B. Ormerod, John Wheeler
Box 40 Oct 1955 (7 items)
Recipients: Countess von Werthern
Box 40 Nov-Dec 1955 (17 items)
Subjects: Business, Government and the Arts
Recipients: Colston Leigh
Box 40 Jan 1956 (12 items)
Subjects: Averell Harriman, Israel, Middle East, Russia
Recipients: Josephine Blesch, Dorothy Culbertson, Colston Leigh, Vilma Monkenberg-Kollmer, Paul Scheffer, Adlai Stevenson, Elizabeth Westbrook
Box 40 Feb 1956 (21 items)
Subjects: Book Reviews, Business, MacLean-Burgess Affair, Middle East, Russia
Recipients: Karl Brandt, Tish Irwin, Max Lerner, Paul Scheffer, Vincent Sheean, Rebecca West
Box 40 Mar 1956 (21 items)
Subjects: Israel, Journalism, Middle East, Russia
Recipients: Colston Leigh, Wythe Williams, Margaret Wilson
Box 40 Apr 1956 (38 items)
Subjects: Education, Juvenile Delinquency, Russia
Recipients: Bell Syndicate, Habeb Bourgiba, Sherwood Eddy, Tish Irwin
Box 40 May 1956 (43 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Book Burning, Ladies Home Journal, Middle East, Russia, "The Third Act"
Recipients: William Z. Cline, Bruce Gould, Colonel Mack
Box 40 Jun 1956 (16 items)
Recipients: Grace Sims Peat
Box 40 Jul 1956 (9 items)
Subjects: American Newspaper Guild, Politics
Recipients: Bruce Gould, Arthur Krock, Harold Stassen
Box 40 Aug 1956 (7 items)
Subjects: Middle East
Recipients: Lewis Strauss
Box 40 Sep 1956 (13 items)
Subjects: Israel, Journalism, Middle East, Religion, Suez Crisis
Recipients: Karl Brandt, Rebecca West
Box 40 Oct 1956 (17 items)
Subjects: Education
Recipients: Cass Canfield, John Wheeler
Box 40 Nov 1956 (13 items)
Subjects: Middle East
Recipients: Queen Frederika, Stephen Graubard, Constantine Karamanlis
Box 40 Dec 1956 (13 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Middle East, Personal Attacks
Recipients:
Box 40 Jan 1957 (10 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Personal Attacks
Recipients: Paul Scheffer, John Wheeler
Box 40 Feb 1957 (7 items)
Subjects: Middle East, Eugen Rosenstock-Hussy
Box 40 Mar 1957 (29 items)
Subjects: Middle East
Recipients: William Eddy, Hubert H. Humphrey
Box 40 Apr 1957 (38 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, "The Courage To Be Happy", Middle East, Personal Attacks, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Zionism
Recipients: Marie Alexandrakis, Bruce Gould, C. B. Ormerod, Lisa Sarnoff, Dinah Sheean, Dale Warren, Margaret Wilson
Box 40 May 1957 (20 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Business, Germany, "On Being A Woman", Personal Attacks, Zionism
Recipients: Kenneth Bannister, Harry Elmer Barnes, Marcel W. Fodor, Dale Warren, William Zuckerman
Box 40 Jun 1957 (9 items)
Subjects: "The Courage To Be Happy"
Recipients: Houghton-Mifflin Company, Elizabeth Sherburne
Box 40 Jul 1957 (17 items)
Subjects: Algerian Question, Biography, Business, Middle East
Recipients: Ernestine Evans, Bruce Gould, John F. Kennedy
Box 40 Aug 1957 (16 items)
Subjects: Syria, Writing
Recipients: James W. Fulbright, Bruce Gould, Ahmed Hussein
Box 40 Sep 1957 (11 items)
Subjects: Education
Recipients: William Loeb, Dale Warren
Box 40 Oct 1957 (13 items)
Recipients: Elizabeth Sherburne, Dale Warren
Box 40 Nov 1957 (34 items)
Subjects: Concentration Camps, Education
Recipients: Dale Warren
Box 40 Dec 1957 (23 items)
Subjects: "The Courage To Be Happy", Maxim Kopf, Religion
Recipients: Margaret Cuthbert, Elizabeth Sherburne, Dale Warren
Box 40 Jan 1958 (36 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Autobiography, Segregation, Lisa Sergio
Recipients: Peta Fuller, Gamal Abdel Nasser
Box 40 Feb 1958
Subjects: Howard Fast, American Friends of the Middle East
Recipients: Gamal Abdel Nasser
Box 41 Mar 1958 (18 items)
Subjects: Business
Recipients: Bruce Gould, Garland Evans Hopkins
Box 41 Apr 1958 (23 items)
Subjects: Communism, Middle East
Recipients: Jonas Salk, Lisa Sarnoff, Vilma Thayer
Box 41 May 1958 (3 items)
Subjects: Business
Box 41 Jun 1958 (25 items)
Subjects: Maxim Kopf, Zionism
Recipients: Melville Cane, Hans V. Kaltenborn, Vilma Thayer
Box 41 Jul 1958 (17 items)
Subjects: Autobiography, Maxim Kopf, Writing
Recipients: Bruce Gould, Mark Schorer, Vilma Thayer
Box 41 Aug 1958 (48 items)
Subjects: Acknowledgements of Condolences, Autobiography, Maxim Kopf
Recipients: Vilma Thayer, Dale Warren
Box 41 Sep 1958 (38 items)
Subjects: Discontinuance of Column, Middle East, Minorities
Recipients: Allen W. Dulles, Paul Freytag, Peta Fuller, George Gallup, Estes Kefauver, Mark Schorer, Fred A. Seaton
Box 41 Oct 1958 (26 items)
Subjects: Personal, Russia, Paul Scheffer
Recipients: James Eastland, Marcel W. Fodor, Bruce Gould, Helen Reid, William P. Tolley, William Vischer
Box 41 Nov 1958 (27 items)
Subjects: Autobiography, Education, Maxim Kopf, Sinclair Lewis, Russia, Paul Scheffer, Taxes, Margaret Wilson
Recipients: Phyllis Bottome, Cass Canfield, Jonathan Cape, James Eastland, Marcel W. Fodor, Bruce Gould, William Vischer, Leslie Walton, Dale Warren
Box 41 Dec 1958 (3 items)
Subjects: Autobiography, "The Courage To Be Happy"
Recipients: Dale Warren
Box 41 Jan 1959 (9 items)
Subjects: Autobiography, Education, Maxim Kopf, Middle East, Maria Rathaus
Recipients: Elizabeth Sherburne
Box 41 Feb 1959 (34 items)
Subjects: Autobiography, Education, Maxim Kopf, Sinclair Lewis, Medical Centers
Recipients: Josephine Blesch, Erika Fueloep-Miller, Bruce Gould, Peter Grimm, Lawrence Pollinger, Whitney Shepardson, Elizabeth Sherburne, Cornelius Horace Traeger, Dale Warren
Box 41 Mar 1959 (13 items)
Subjects: Autobiography
Recipients: Bruce Gould
Box 41 Apr 1959 (6 items)
Subjects: Autobiography, Education, Edna St. Vincent Millay
Box 41 Jun 1959 (5 items)
Recipients: Marcel W. Fodor
Box 41 Jul 1959 (15 items)
Subjects: Autobiography, Maxim Kopf, Language, Sinclair Lewis, Jan Masaryk, John Wesley
Recipients: Ernestine Evans, Stephen Graubard, Mark Schorer, Cornelius Horace Traeger, Dale Warren
Box 41 Aug-Sep 1959 (9 items)
Subjects: Maxim Kopf
Recipients: Walter Heil
Box 41 Oct 1959 (2 items)
Subjects: Maxim Kopf
Recipients: Margot Johnson
Box 41 Nov 1959 (21 items)
Subjects: Autobiography, Maxim Kopf
Recipients: Bruce Gould, Walter Heil, Margot Johnson, Frances B. Mayer
Box 41 Dec 1959 (17 items)
Subjects: Maxim Kopf
Recipients: Mark Schorer, Ala Story, Cass Canfield
Box 41 Jan 1960 (11 items)
Subjects: Business, Maxim Kopf, Sinclair Lewis, Helmuth von Moltke
Box 41 Feb 1960 (7 items)
Subjects: Maxim Kopf
Recipients: Bruce Gould
Box Box 41 40 Mar 1960 (5 items)
Box 41 Apr 1960 (21 items)
Recipients: Henry Andrews, Bruce Gould, Mark Schorer, Elizabeth Sherburne, Dale Warren, Margaret Wilson
Box 41 May 1960 (7 items)
Subjects: Sinclair Lewis
Box 41 Jun 1960 (7 items)
Recipients: William Eddy, Marcel W. Fodor
Box 41 Jul 1960 (5 items)
Recipients: Bruce Gould
Box 41 Aug 1960 (7 items)
Subjects: Autobiography, Education, Sinclair Lewis
Recipients: Mark Schorer, Dale Warren, Edward Weeks
Box 41 Sep 1960 (26 items)
Subjects: Maxim Kopf
Recipients: Ernestine Evans, Ralph Flanders, Erika Fueloep-Miller, Emily Haberman, Katherine Heil, Rose Wilder Lane (2), Grace Sims Peat, Alice Marie Tarnowski, Johannes Urizidil
Box 41 Oct 1960 (3 items)
Subjects: Maxim Kopf
Recipients: Frederick A. Praeger, Inc
Box 41 Nov 1960 (31 items)
Subjects: China, Maxim Kopf, Fritz Kortner, Mark Schorer, Women's Suffrage, Writing
Recipients: Kenneth E. Beer, Mary Clarke Burnett, Martin Ebon, Bruce Gould, John Gunther, Johannes Urizidil, Traudel Waltrant-Schmidt
Box 41 Dec 1960 (11 items)
Subjects: Autobiography, Bonn Negotiations, Colonial Empires, Mein Kampf, Edna St. Vincent Millay
Recipients: Robert Anderson, Mary Gawthorpe, Bruce Gould, Rose Wilder Lane (1), Gamal Abdel Nasser, Clementine M. Parsons, Hilda Rothchild, Ala Story
Box 42 Jan 1961 (1 item)
Box 42 Undated (84 items)
Subjects: American Friends of the Middle East, Peter Bon de Sousa Pernes, Book Reviews, Broadcasting, Democracy, Economics, Jacob Epstein, Foreign Affairs, Jewish Question, Maxim Kopf, Fritz Kortner, Middle East, Pacifists, Religion, Russia, Twin Farms, Universal Military Training Bill, Vienna, War
Recipients: Bernard De Voto, Garland Evans Hopkins, Fritz Kortner, Harold Nicolson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Henry Wallace, Dale Warren, Rose Wilder Lane (6)
Box 42 Undated (61 items)
Subjects: Biographical, Corporation Tax Law, Yusif El-Bandak, Foreign Policy, Hitler, Sinclair Lewis, Jan Masaryk, Personal Attacks, Politics, Russia, Henry Wallace, War, World Revolution, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Millar Burrows, Madelaine Clark, Lucius Clay, Dorothy Culbertson, Harold Nicolson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, Lisa Sarnoff, George Seldes, Vincent Sheean, Spyros Skouras, Arturo Toscanini, Wendell Willkie, Margaret Wilson
Box 42 Undated (44 items)
Subjects: Coal Miners, Council for a Democratic Germany, Germany, Herschell Grynszpan, Maxim Kopf, Personal Attacks, Poland, Ring of Freedom, Unions, Volunteer Land Corps, War, Washington Star Column, W.O.M.A.N
Recipients: Haywood Brown, Eva Koepett, Baruch Korff, John L. Lewis, Edgar Ansel Mowrer, Westbrook Pegler, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, Arthur Vandenburg, Chiam Weizmann, Christa Winsloe
Box 42 Undated (77 items)
Subjects: Joseph Bard, Civil Rights, Education, Marcel W. Fodor, Foreign Policy, René Fueloep-Miller, Herschell Grynszpan, Juvenile Delinquency, Maxim Kopf, Personal Attacks, Poland, Politics, Russia, Social Unit, Harry S. Truman, Unemployment, Unions, War
Recipients: Ralph Flanders, Clare Boothe Luce, Douglas MacArthur, H. L. Mencken, Karl Mundt, Perry Rathbone, Eric Marie Remarque, Rudolph Sturm, Margaret Wilson, Christa Winsloe
Secretarial correspondence
Box 42 1937, 1939, 1947 (31 items)
Box 42 1948 (5 items)
Box 42 1949 (84 items)
Box 43 1950 (141 items)
Box 43 1951 (88 items)
Box 43 1952 (118 items)
Box 43 1953 (64 items)
Box 43 1954 (50 items)
Box 43 1955 (91 items)
Box 43 1956 (47 items)
Box 43 1957 (44 items)
Box 43 1958 (40 items)
Box 43 1960 (9 items)
Box 43 Undated (2 items)
Family papers
Joseph Bard
Incoming correspondence
Box 44 Dorothy Thompson 08 Jan 1926-26 Nov 1927, undated (28 items)
Outgoing correspondence
Box 44 Dorothy Thompson 24 Jul 1922-24 Jun 1928, undated (20 items)
Maxim Kopf
Incoming correspondence
Box 44 A-Z 1945-1958, undated (75 items)
Outgoing correspondence
Box 44 1948-1958 (53 items)
Box 44 Dorothy Thompson 1942-1958 (31 items)
General
Box 44 Maxim Kopf's notes for his autobiography - holograph (7 items)
Box 44 Financial and legal papers (8 items)
Box 44 Lists of Maxim Kopf's works (4 items)
Box 44 Photos of Maxim Kopf's paintings (103 items)
Box 45 Miscellaneous (6 items)
See also: Oversized material
Michael Lewis
Incoming correspondence
Box 45 1939-1960 (40 items)
Box 45 Dorothy Thompson 1946-1950 (71 items)
Incoming correspondence-alphabetical
Concerning Michael Lewis
Box 45 A-B (24 items)
Box 45 C-E (47 items)
Box 45 F-K (32 items)
Box 45 L-O (29 items)
Box 45 P-R (42 items)
Box 45 S-U (28 items)
Box 45 V (65 items)
Box 45 W-Z (16 items)
Box 46 Miscellaneous - sender unknown (12 items)
Box 46 Concerning trust fund (4 folders, 41 items)
Outgoing correspondence
Box 46 1949-1960, undated (35 items)
Box 46 Dorothy Thompson 1930-1949 (74 items)
Box 46 Dorothy Thompson 1950-1952 (57 items)
Box 46 Dorothy Thompson 1952-1960, undated (79 items)
Outgoing correspondence - to others
Box 46 Dorothy Thompson concerning Michael Lewis (101 items)
General
Box 47 Legal and financial papers (2 folders, 97 items)
Box 47 Miscellaneous (63 items)
Incoming correspondence
Box 47 06 Nov 1951-27 Sep 1960 (5 items)
Box 47 Concerning Bernadette Nansé Lewis (16 items)
Outgoing correspondence
Box 47 Dorothy Thompson and Dinah Sheean (26 items)
Sinclair Lewis
Incoming correspondence
Box 47 A-C 22 Apr 1921-28 May 1936 (34 items)
Box 47 D-F 06 Feb 1928-19 Nov 1934 (26 items)
Box 47 G-K 01 Feb 1923-21 Jun 1935 (36 items)
Box 47 L-P 07 Mar 1923-14 May 1936 (33 items)
Box 47 R-T 11 Apr 1923-21 Jul 1936 (22 items)
Box 47 U-Z 15 Oct 1924-14 Jul 1936 (14 items)
Box 47 Dorothy Thompson 1926-1932, undated (63 items)
Box 48 Dorothy Thompson 1933-1951, undated (61 items)
Box 48 Sinclair Lewis and Dorothy Thompson 1928-1931 (28 items)
Box 48 Sender unknown 17 Mar 1917-09 Aug 1936 (11 items)
Box 48 Outgoing correspondence
Box 48 To Dorothy Thompson 1927-1935 (79 items)
Box 48 To Dorothy Thompson 1940-1950, undated (83 items)
Box 48 To others 1931-1936 (16 items)
General
Box 48 Legal and financial papers (56 items)
Box 48 Legal and financial papers including will (34 items)
Box 48 Miscellaneous (19 items)
Box 49 Nobel Prize addresses by Sinclair Lewis and Erik Axel Karlfeldt and memorandum (10 items)
Published materials by Sinclair Lewis
Box 49 "Four Days on the Webutuck River" introduction by Sinclair Lewis (1 item)
Box 49 "Honeymoon Diary" - Photostat (1 item)
Box 49 "Treaty Trip" by Claude Lewis about trip made by Sinclair Lewis and himself (1 item)
Sinclair Lewis manuscripts
Box 49 "Babbitt" sketches for street layout (1 item)
Box 49 "Dear Editor" - Edited by Sinclair Lewis (1 item)
Box 49 "Dodsworth" - (incomplete) original typescript (3 items)
Box 49 "The Friend of Jesus" Ernest Sutherland Bates reviewed by Sinclair Lewis - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 49 "He Loved His Country" - original typescript (2 items)
Box 49 "It Can't Happen Here" - (play) original typescript (1 item)
Box 49 "It Can't Happen Here" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 49 "It Can't Happen Here" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 49 "It Can't Happen Here" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 50 "It Can't Happen Here" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 50 "It Can't Happen Here" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 50 "It Can't Happen Here" - (novel) pp. 1-100 typescript copy (1 item)
Box 50 "It Can't Happen Here" - pp. 101-200 typescript copy (1 item)
Box 50 "It Can't Happen Here" - pp. 201-300 typescript copy (1 item)
Box 50 "It Can't Happen Here" - pp. 301-400 typescript copy (1 item)
Box 50 "It Can't Happen Here" - pp. 401-498 typescript copy (1 item)
Box 50 "Prodigal Parents" Chapter I - revised version (1 item)
Box 50 "Self Portrait" Article - original typescript (1 item)
Box 50 "Snob Ads" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 50 "The Story that Mack McMack Told" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 51 "Publish Glad Tidings" - (play) original typescript (1 item)
Box 51 "Publish Glad Tidings" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 51 "Publish Glad Tidings" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 51 "Publish Glad Tidings" - original revised copy (1 item)
Box 51 "Publish Glad Tidings" - original revised copy (1 item)
Box 51 "Publish Glad Tidings" - original revised copy (1 item)
Box 52 "Publish Glad Tidings" Act I - photostat (1 item)
Box 52 "Queenie" (play) prologue - original typescript (1 item)
Box 52 "Queenie" prologue - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 52 "Queenie (and the Jopes)" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 52 "Queenie" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 52 "Queenie" - final typescript (1 item)
Box 52 "Queenie" second version - original typescript (1 item)
Box 53 "Queenie" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 53 "Queenie" - typescript (1 item)
Box 53 "Queenie" - typescript (1 item)
Box 53 "Queenie" first notes - holograph (1 item)
Box 53 "Queenie" notes - holograph (1 item)
Box 53 "Queenie" notes - typescript (1 item)
Box 53 "Queenie" - Fritz Kortner's and Helen Hayes' corrections and holograph manuscript (1 item)
Box 53 "Queenie" - Fritz Kortner's corrections typescript (1 item)
Box 53 "The Whisperer" - original typescript (2 items)
Box 53 "Young Man Axelbrod" - published (1 item)
Sinclair Lewis newspaper clippings
Box 54 Clippings about Sinclair Lewis (4 folders, 484 items)
Box 55 Clippings about Sinclair Lewis (107 items)
Box 55 Sinclair Lewis Scrapbook, Sauk Centre, Minnesota 1911 (1 item)
Box 56 Concerning "It Can't Happen Here" 1936 - Bound volume (1 item)
Box 56 Concerning Dodsworth and other works - Bound volume (1 item)
Box 56 Concerning the death of Sinclair Lewis 10 Jan 1951 - Bound volume (1 item)
Wells Lewis
Incoming correspondence
Box 57 Concerning "They Still Say No" (40 items)
Outgoing correspondence
Box 57 Wells Lewis to others (4 items)
Box 57 Sinclair Lewis (5 items)
Box 57 Dorothy Thompson and Sinclair Lewis 1931-1944, undated (55 items)
Manuscripts - novel
Box 57 "They Still Say No" - pp. 1-150 holograph (1 item)
Box 57 "They Still Say No" - pp. 151-250 holograph (1 item)
Box 58 "They Still Say No" - pp. 251-350 holograph (1 item)
Box 58 "They Still Say No" - pp. 351-end holograph (1 item)
Box 58 "They Still Say No" revisions chapter I - holograph (1 item)
Articles
Box 58 Concerning Wells Lewis and his book (29 items)
Margaret Grierson Thompson
Outgoing correspondence
Box 58 Margaret Grierson Thompson (Dorothy Thompson's mother) to Margaret Thompson undated (1 item)
Box 58 Peter Thompson (Dorothy Thompson's father) to Dorothy Thompson 21 Jun 1920 (1 item)
Willard Thompson
Outgoing correspondence
Box 58 Willard Thompson (Dorothy Thompson's brother) to Dorothy Thompson 07 Aug 1958-13 Sep 1960, undated (5 items)
Pamela and Bob Reeves
Outgoing correspondence
Box 58 Pamela Wilson (Dorothy Thompson's niece) and Bob Reeves (Pamela's husband) to Dorothy Thompson 14 Jun 1940-29 Mar 1957, undated (21 items)
Margaret Thompson Wilson and Howard Wilson
Outgoing correspondence
Box 58 Margaret Thompson Wilson (Dorothy Thompson's sister) and Howard Wilson (Margaret's husband) to Dorothy Thompson 17 Apr 1928-16 Dec 1960, undated (89 items)
Katherine Wilson
Outgoing correspondence
Box 58 Katherine Wilson to Dorothy Thompson 05 Dec 1957-11 Feb 1959 (2 items)
Subject file
Diaries 1928-1960
Box 59 1928 (2 items)
Box 59 Sep 1927-May 1929 (1 item)
Box 59 1931-1932, 1935-1936 (4 items)
Box 59 1940, 1942 (3 items)
Box 59 1945-1949 (6 items)
Box 59 1950-1960 (6 items)
Box 60 Dorothy Thompson's diary 09 Jan 1952-11 Jan 1952 (1 item)
Diaries and engagement pads
Box 61 Europe undated (8 items)
Box 61 Undated (2 items)
Box 61 Address books (9 items)
Engagement pads
Box 61 1945-1948 (5 items)
Box 61 1949-1952 (6 items)
Box 61 1953-1956, 1959-1960 (9 items)
Financial
Box 62 Bank books and securities (59 items)
Box 62 Bills and receipts (3 folders, 129 items)
Box 62 Bank statements (3 folders, 101 items)
Box 62 Checkbooks (9 items)
Box 63 Estimates (12 items)
Box 63 Lists - expenses, debts and assets (3 folders, 171 items)
Box 63 Income tax returns (5 items)
Box 63 Lists - lecture itineraries and earnings (2 folders, 43 items)
Box 63 Lecture agents - miscellaneous (84 items)
Financial and legal
Box 64 Legal papers ( 4 folders, 126 items)
Box 64 Stebbins Pond Club records (48 items)
Photos
Box 65 Wells Lewis (9 items)
Box 65 Michael Lewis (74 items)
Box 65 Sinclair Lewis - and Family (71 items)
Box 65 Dorothy Thompson and Sinclair Lewis (16 items)
Box 65 Dorothy Thompson - and others (78 items)
Box 66 Dorothy Thompson - and others (64 items)
Box 66 Dorothy Thompson - alone (99 items)
Box 66 Dorothy Thompson's family (3 items)
Photos by subject
Box 67 Joseph Bard and Dorothy Thompson (6 items)
Box 67 Christmas pageant (8 items)
Box 67 Dave Garroway with Dorothy Thompson (2 items)
Box 67 Germany (2 folders, 138 items)
Box 67 Hamburg, New York (20 items)
Box 67 Home in Vermont - Plates (2 items)
Box 68 Iraq (16 items)
Box 68 Maxim Kopf (14 items)
Box 68 Freeman Lewis (107 items)
Box 68 Middle East (2 folders, 87 items)
Box 68 Royalty (17 items)
Box 68 Russia (73 items)
Box 68 St. Vincent Millay, Edna (34 items)
Box 68 "World Wide" - Germany, Austria, Hungary (97 items)
Box 68 Miscellaneous (108 items)
Personal miscellaneous
Box 69 Appeal to reason (12 items)
Box 69 Awards (10 items)
Box 69 Family memorabilia (22 items)
Box 69 Lists - business itineraries (23 items)
Box 69 Lists - gifts (19 items)
Box 69 Lists - people (22 items)
Box 69 Lists - inventories (31 items)
Box 69 Membership cards (47 items)
Box 69 Miscellaneous (4 items)
Box 69 Passports (9 items)
Box 70 Press releases (4 folders, 35 items)
Box 70 Programs and invitations (6 items)
Box 70 Publications research (6 items)
Box 70 Recipes (59 items)
Box 70 Social unit publication (14 items)
Box 70 Souvenirs and miscellaneous (10 items)
Box 70 Steel, Johannes (8 items)
Box 70 Teaching of reading (15 items)
Box 70 United Nations (9 items)
Miscellaneous - oversized
Box 71 Medals and awards (7 items)
Box 71 Microfilm-The Philadelphia Public Ledger 08 Jan 1922-17 Oct 1928 (1 item)
Box 72 Drawings - 1 of Dorothy Thompson (2 items)
Box 72 Framed photos of Sinclair Lewis (2 items)
Box 72 Beirut press book (1 item)
Box 72 Hungarian tributes booklet (1 item)
Box 72 Photographs of a Maxim Kopf painting (1 item)
Box 72 The Dier Ayyub murders booklet (1 item)
Box 72 The Aramco Production Training Program booklet (1 item)
Articles about Dorothy Thompson 1914-1961
Box 73 1914, 1929, 1930, 1932-1935 (34 items)
Box 73 1936-1937 (23 items)
Box 73 1938-1939 (19 items)
Box 73 1940 (2 folders, 68 items)
Box 73 1941 (12 items)
Box 73 1942 (69 items)
Box 73 1943-1944 (28 items)
Box 73 1945 (32 items)
Box 74 1946 (14 items)
Box 74 1947 (17 items)
Box 74 1948-1949 (13 items)
Box 74 1950 (24 items)
Box 74 1951-1952 (30 items)
Box 74 1953-1954 (12 items)
Box 74 1955 (14 items)
Box 74 1956-1957 (15 items)
Box 74 1958 (22 items)
Box 74 1959-1961 (9 items)
Box 74 undated (78 items)
Christmas cards-incoming and outgoing
Box 75 Cards (245 items)
Christmas card mailing list
Box 76 3 X 5 Cards (702 items)
Ladies Home Journal material
Ladies Home Journal manuscripts
Box 77 "Across the Street, Beyond the Gate" - typescript copy
Box 77 "American and Un-American Social Security" - typescript copy
Box 77 "American Education Has Many Merits" - typescript copy
Box 77 "The American Way of Life" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Are Our Children Learning the Harder or the Easier Way?" - original typescript
Box 77 "Are Our Teen-agers So Dumb After All?" - original typescript
Box 77 "Are We Developing a Robot Education?" - holograph
Box 77 "Are We Scaring Ourselves to Death?" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Are Women Bad Employers of Other Women?" - original typescript
Box 77 "Are You a Candidate for a Heart Attack?" - original typescript
Box 77 "As Others See Us" - typescript copy (23 items)
Box 77 "The Baby in the Kitchen" - typescript copy
Box 77 "The Bandit Women of Greece" - original typescript
Box 77 "The Banishment of Anxiety" - typescript copy
Box 77 "The Barbarism of Divorce Laws" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Beware of Geniuses!" - typescript copy (8 items)
Box 77 "Can It Be a Crime to be Free?" - original typescript
Box 77 "Can the Cold War Be Ended?" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Can Women Be Ladies?" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Century in a Hurry" - holograph
Box 77 "The Challenge from Russia Is Not Communism" - holograph
Box 77 "The Challenge of Soviet Education" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Commercialism Takes-and Wears-a New Look" - original typescript
Box 77 "A Common Problem of High Civilization" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Community Begins at Home" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Concentration of Power is Ever a Corruptive Influence" - typescript copy
Box 77 "The Crisis in American Education" - typescript copy
Box 77 "A Critic Looks at Our Foreign Policy" - typescript copy (25 items)
Box 77 "Dandelions for Father?" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Defense and the Public Schools" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Democracy in Theory and Practice" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Depression and War" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Desert Christmas" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Destruction and Mind" - typescript copy
Box 77 "A Dimension of Travel is Time" - typescript copy
Box 77 "The Discrepancy Between Democratic Ideals and Realities" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Divorces Are Not Crimes; They Are Tragedies" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Do American Educators Know What They Are Up To?" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Do Our Schools Need an S.O.S.?" - typescript copy
Box 77 "Do We Misunderstand Romantic Love?" - typescript copy (18 items)
Box 78 "The Education of the Emotions Is Primary" - typescript copy
Box 78 "The 'Educators' Need Re-education" - typescript copy
Box 78 "The Employed Woman and Her Household" - typescript copy (5 items)
Box 78 "The Farm Problem and Me" - typescript copy
Box 78 "For a Sober But Happy New Year" - typescript copy
Box 78 "For the First Time in Man's History" - typescript copy
Box 78 "A Foreign Policy for All Americans" - typescript copy
Box 78 "Freedom, To Survive, Must Be Self-Limited" - typescript copy
Box 78 "From Whom All Blessings Flow" - typescript copy (11 items)
Box 78 "The Great Affirmative" - typescript copy
Box 78 "The Great Confrontation" - typescript copy
Box 78 "How to Preserve Civilization" - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 78 "If I Had a Daughter" - original typescript
Box 78 "If No One Else-We, the Mothers" - original typescript
Box 78 "I Like Americans" - typescript copy
Box 78 "I'm the Child of a King" - holograph
Box 3 "I Remember Me" - typescript copy
Box 78 "Is American Youth Radical?" - typescript copy
Box 78 "Is Johnny a Clinical Case?" - typescript copy
Box 78 "Is Morality 'Normal'?" - typescript copy
Box 78 "Is There a Climate of Fear in America?" - typescript copy
Box 78 "Is There a Right to 'Bad Taste'?" - original typescript
Box 78 "It's All the Fault of the Women!" - holograph
Box 78 "I've Stopped Throwing Some of My Weight Around" - typescript copy
Box 78 "I Write of Russian Women" - typescript copy (31 items)
Box 78 "The Key to Freedom" - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 78 "The Lady Can be Vengeful" - typescript copy
Box 78 "The Lesson of Korea" - typescript copy
Box 78 "Liberty and Conformity in America" - typescript copy
Box 78 "The Limits of Public School Education" - original typescript
Box 78 "The Little Towns" - typescript copy
Box 78 "The Loneliest Man in the White House" - holograph (12 items)
Box 78 "The Mar Wind Doth Blow" - holograph
Box 78 "Medical Care and Its Discontents" - typescript copy
Box 78 "The Moments That Educate" - typescript copy
Box 78 "A Moral Equivalent for War" - typescript copy
Box 78 "Moral Laxity Results from Moral Disillusionments"
Box 78 "The Most Beautiful Form of Courage" - typescript copy
Box 78 "The Most Powerful Anti-poison" - typescript copy
Box 78 "My Husband, Maxim Kopf" - original typescript
Box 78 "Must Schools Be Palaces?" - typescript copy (23 items)
Box 79 "National Defense Cannot Be Intermittent" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The Necessity and Function of An Opposition" - holograph
Box 79 "The Neglected Art and Science" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The New Mr. Casper Milquetoasts" - typescript copy
Box 79 "A Not Fantastic Dream" - original typescript
Box 79 "Now We All Thank Our God" - holograph (11 items)
Box 79 "Oh, Professor!" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The Old Bible and the New" - typescript copy
Box 79 "On Living Dangerously" - typescript copy
Box 79 "On Loyalty" - typescript copy
Box 79 "Only the Rose" - typescript copy
Box 79 "Our Fear-ridden Middle Classes" - typescript copy
Box 79 "Our Remarkable Presidency" - original typescript
Box 79 "Out of This World" - original typescript (11 items)
Box 79 "Palaces Empty of Education" - original typescript
Box 79 "The Paradox of Evil and Good" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The People's Tribunal" - typescript copy
Box 79 "A Primer on the Cold War" - typescript copy (9 items)
Box 79 "Queer People" - typescript copy
Box 79 "A Question of Value" - original typescript (4 items)
Box 79 "Race Suicide of the Intelligent" - typescript copy
Box 79 "Radioactivity Threatens Future Generations" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The Ragged Beggar Stands Again" - typescript copy
Box 79 "A Reason to Live and a Reason to Die" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The Remarkable Inefficiency of Efficiency" - holograph
Box 79 "Report on the American Communist" - typescript copy
Box 79 "Respect for the Law Begins at Home" - typescript copy
Box 79 "Revolution in Mothballs" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The Right to Happiness" - original typescript
Box 79 "Road Accidents Can be Cut Down" - typescript copy
Box 79 "Romantic Love is Exaggerated" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The Russian Poet-Prophets" - typescript copy (20 items)
Box 79 "The Salem That Never Burned Witches" - typescript copy
Box 79 "Satan Versus Beelzebub" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The Secret of Survival" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The Sophisticates are Not the Wise" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The Soviet School Child" - typescript copy
Box 79 "Speaking of Operations -" - original typescript (12 items)
Box 79 "Technology Does Not Lead to Collectivism" - original typescript
Box 79 "There is a Time" - typescript copy
Box 79 "There Was a Child Went Forth" - typescript copy (6 items)
Box 79 "United Nations: Shadow and Substance" - typescript copy
Box 79 "The Untilled Acre" - original typescript (4 items)
Box 79 "War and Revolution" - typescript copy
Box 79 "Was Hitler Really Crazy" - typescript copy
Box 79 "We Can Conquer Minds and Hearts" - typescript copy
Box 79 "Western Civilization Needs More Air and Room" - typescript copy
Box 79 "What About the Twenty-first Century?" - typescript copy
Box 79 "What is a World Citizen" - typescript copy
Box 79 "What is Wrong with American Women?" - typescript copy
Box 79 "What Price Liberty?" - typescript copy
Box 79 "What the World Most Needs" - original typescript
Box 79 "Where is My President?" - holograph
Box 79 "Which Way Today's Youth?" - original typescript
Box 79 "The White Sofa" - typescript copy (24 items)
Box 80 "Who are the Aged? - holograph
Box 80 "Why and What Should Johnny Read?" - typescript copy
Box 80 "Why Can't Americans Sleep?" - typescript copy
Box 80 "Why Don't We Take More Time to Live?" - typescript copy
Box 80 "Why Russia and the West Must Not Go to War" - original typescript
Box 80 "Why Should Superior Men Run for Public Office?" - typescript copy
Box 80 "Will America Become 'Masses' or Stay 'People'?" - typescript copy
Box 80 "Will the Masses be Subdued by an Elite of Public Guardians?" - typescript copy
Box 80 "Woman" - typescript copy
Box 80 "The Woman's Revolution in the Arab World" - typescript copy
Box 80 "The World of Grandma Moses" - typescript copy (22 items)
Box 80 Untitled articles (4 items)
Ladies Home Journal published articles
Box 80 1937-1938 (30 items)
Box 80 1939-1941 (44 items)
Box 80 1941-1943 (42 items)
Box 80 1944-1946 (32 items)
Box 80 1947-1949 (40 items)
Box 81 1950-1952 (36 items)
Box 81 1953-1955 (35 items)
Box 81 1956-1958 (38 items)
Box 81 1959-1960 (33 items)
Box 82 Undated (2 items)
Box 82 Suggestions for articles (20 items)
Ladies Home Journal fan mail
Education
Box 82 1943, 1944, 1952, 1953 (8 items)
Box 82 1954-1955 (45 items)
Box 82 1956 (127 items)
Box 82 1957 (29 items)
Box 82 1958 (51 items)
Box 83 1959 (74 items)
Box 83 1960 (120 items)
Box 83 Undated (33 items)
Ladies Home Journal fan mail on specific articles
Box 83 "Discrepancy Between Democratic Ideals and Relations" (20 items)
Box 83 "Do Women Make Bad Employers?" (9 items)
Box 83 "I Am the Child of a King" (206 items)
Box 84 "Is America's Moral Code Breaking Down?" (21 items)
Box 84 "It's All the Fault of Women" (11 items)
Box 84 "Let Me Tell You About My Heart Attack" (18 items)
Box 84 "My Husband, Maxim Kopf" (119 items)
Box 84 "Meaning for Us All" (51 items)
Box 84 "Medical Care and Its Discontents" (19 items)
Box 84 "Our Remarkable Presidency" (11 items)
Box 84 "A Question of Value" (101 items)
Box 84 "The Remarkable Inefficiency of Efficiency (2 items)
Box 84 Articles about Russia (37 items)
Box 84 "Where Is My President?" (27 items)
Box 84 "Who Are the Aged?" (12 items)
Ladies Home Journal on general subjects
General fan mail
Box 84 1956-1957 (12 items)
Box 85 1958 (3 folders, 244 items)
Box 86 1959 (2 folders, 100 items)
Box 86 Jan 1960-Aug 1960 (51 items)
Box 86 Sep 1960-Oct 1960 (51 items)
Box 87 1960 (67 items)
Box 87 1961 (13 items)
Box 87 "Crank" letters (11 items)
Box 87 Undated (25 items)
"On the Record" articles
"On the Record" typescripts
Box 88 1940-1948 (19 items)
Box 88 Jan-Apr 1949 (25 items)
Box 88 May-Jul 1949 (39 items)
Box 88 Aug 1949-Jan 1950 (47 items)
Box 89 Feb-Jul 1950 (46 items)
Box 89 Aug-Oct 1950 (39 items)
Box 89 Nov 1950-Apr 1951 (40 items)
Box 89 May 1951-Oct 1951 (58 items)
Box 90 Nov 1951-Jan 1952 (40 items)
Box 90 Feb 1952-Apr 1952 (37 items)
Box 90 May-Jul 1952 (42 items)
Box 90 Aug-Dec 1952 (65 items)
Box 91 Jan-Mar 1953 (37 items)
Box 91 Apr-Jun 1953 (39 items)
Box 91 Jul-Sep 1953 (35 items)
Box 91 Oct-Dec 1953 (39 items)
Box 91 Jan-Mar 1954 (38 items)
Box 91 Apr-Jun 1954 (38 items)
Box 92 Jul-Sep 1954 (33 items)
Box 92 Oct-Dec 1954 (41 items)
Box 92 Jan-Mar 1955 (36 items)
Box 92 Apr-Jun 1955 (39 items)
Box 92 Jul-Sep 1955 (40 items)
Box 92 Oct-Dec 1955 (34 items)
Box 92 Jan-Mar 1956
Box 93 Apr-Jun 1956 (40 items)
Box 93 Jul-Sep 1956 (38 items)
Box 93 Oct-Dec 1956 (39 items)
Box 93 Jan-Mar 1957 (41 items)
Box 93 Apr-Jun 1957 (40 items)
Box 94 Jul-Sep 1957 (39 items)
Box 94 Oct-Dec 1957 (39 items)
Box 94 Jan-Mar 1958 (39 items)
Box 94 Apr-May 1958 (26 items)
Box 94 Jun-Aug 1958 (31 items)
Undated typescripts
Box 95 "America as a Successor of Empires" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "America is Losing for a Reason" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Arabs of Israel" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Are We Driving Egypt Toward Russia?" (1 item)
Box 95 "Attempted 'Cultural Exchange" is a Flop" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Ave, Salve, Vale!" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Ave, Salve, Vale!" II - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Awakening" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Bemoan the Death of Eve!" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Oh, Brave New World!" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "The Canadian Elections Affect the U.S.A" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "The Chronology and Genesis of Oil Sabotage" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Coming European Revolution" - original typescript
Box 95 "This Comment Was Solicited" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "Concerning An 'Idee Fixe'" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Crucial Issue is Withdrawal I" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Crucial Issue is Withdrawal II" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "A Democracy in Wartime I" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "A Democracy in Wartime II" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "A Democracy in Wartime III" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "The 'Difficult' General de Gaulle" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Discrepancies in Reports from Lebanon" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Double Death" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "The Economic Consequences of the Suez Crisis to the Middle East" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Economic Dilemma of Peace" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "'Eden Told Me Britain Would Not Attack Us'" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "1940 Elections" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Essence of Freedom is the Distribution of Power" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Example of Eire" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "External Penetrations Have Befogged American Policy" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Fifth Column in Southeastern Europe" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "The Forthcoming Conference" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "France Always Waits Until It Is Too Late" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Generalizations Must Be Qualified" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "A Generation of Journalists Passes" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Golden Rule is Common Sense" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "A Greek Inheritance from Imperial Italy" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Heart of the Matter in the Adams-Goldfine Case" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "'He Made a Sinner of His Memory...'" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Historical Facts About 'Crusade'" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Hot Dog! The Best We Have for the World?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "How Liberty Goes" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "How Would It Look To You?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "'I Did Not Anticipate That the British Would Use Force'"--Nasser - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "If the Allies Lose" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "In a Last Appeal to Reason" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "India Believes in Tolerance" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Indian Democracy Requires a Certain Speed of Progress" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Israel Makes Analogies with America" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Is a Perpetual Boom Wholly Desirable?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Is a Storm Brewing?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Is Somebody Joking?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "It's a Lovely Island" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "It's Hard to Please Indians" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "'Kilroy Was Here!'" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Mr. Labouisse Lays Down a Burden" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Latitude of Tension" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Leadership Assumed Implies Immense Responsibility" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Limits of Economic Plans and Military Alliances" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Looking West from Gibraltar" - original typescript (2 items)
Box 95 "Men and Machines" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "More Bad News from the Middle East" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Most Serious Implications of the Cyprus Affair" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Mystery of Mikolajczyk" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "The 'Mystery' of Soviet Policy" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "A Nation of Suckers" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "Needed Is Not Propaganda But Clarification" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Mr. Nehru Behaves as, Being Himself, He Must" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "New York's Adolescent Gangs Mirror the Adult World" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "New York Is Not America" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "No Rock 'n Roller He" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Norway Chapter" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Now, Mama's Really Disgusted" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "An Ode in Time of Hesitation" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "On Death" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "On the Eve of Geneva" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "One Can Make a Few Generalizations" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "An Open Letter to the United States Government" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "Policies are Determined by the Facts of Life" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The President's Address to the U.N. Assembly" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Radio Network Controversy" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "The Rapid Pace of History" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Report from Inside Russia" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Russia Turns Pragmatist As We Turn Doctrinaire" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Russians Do Their Homework" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "To Secretary of State Marshall" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "A Self-Created Quandry" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Setbacks Rain Upon Us From Our Natural Friends" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "'Shook Up Gangs'-or a Shook Up People?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Shortcomings of the Legal Mind" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "Some Further Facts and Figures" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "So We Are Not 'Prepared'?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "And Still We Ask, Is There Danger?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Stones Remember I" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Stones Remember II" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Successful International Relations Require Courtesy" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "A Summit Without Summits?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "There are Latitudes of Intensity of Feeling" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "There is Only One Way for Israel" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "'Thus Conscience Doth Make Cowards of Us All'" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "Toward a New Beginning" - original typescript (2 items)
Box 95 "To Mention One Example" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Tragic Dilemma of Hungary I" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Tragic Dilemma of Hungary II" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "Unconcluded Conversation" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "The Ways of Diplomacy Have Changed" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "We Hope for Full Disclosure" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The Western Crisis is Moral" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "What is a 'Reactionary'?" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "What Do You Know About Gaza?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "What is the Condition of Syrian Armaments?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "What is the Focus in the Brussels Fair Pavilion?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "What is the Real Face of Syria I?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "What is the Real Face of Syria II?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "What Manner of Man is Nasser I?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "What Manner of Man is Nasser II?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "What Manner of Man is Nasser III?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "When Greek Meets Greek" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "When is Religion Free?" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 95 "Where Dulles Speaks Only to God" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Whither Do We Move?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Who Supports Gamal Abdul Nasser?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Why India Dislikes Military Alliances" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "Why Ph.D.'s Won't Teach" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "With or Without War, We Face the Dissolution of a Political Structure" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 "The World Is Not Divided Into Two Camps But Many" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 95 Untitled typescripts (15 items)
"On the Record" published copies
Box 96 1938 (64 items)
Box 96 1939 (118 items)
Box 96 1940 (134 items)
Box 96 1941 (132 items)
Box 96 1942 (137 items)
Box 97 1943 (133 items)
Box 97 1944-1950 (8 items)
Box 97 Undated (9 items)
Manuscripts
Manuscripts - general articles
Box 98 "Absolute Last Appearance" - original typescript
Box 98 "The Age of Reason" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Agitation for Karl Grows in Hungary" - original typescript
Box 98 "Alexandra Adolfovna Ismailovitch" - original typescript
Box 98 "All Central Europe is Turning Toward Reaction" - typescript
Box 98 "All the King's Horses" - typescript copy
Box 98 "America in a New International Order" - typescript copy
Box 98 "The American Communists and Our Foreign Policy" - typescript
Box 98 "American Saga" - original typescript
Box 98 "An American Speaks to Germans" - original typescript
Box 98 "An American Tragedy" - original typescript
Box 98 "An Open Letter to American Women" - typescript copy (12 items)
Box 98 "Apprehension in" 1945 - original typescript
Box 98 "Are We In Peril?" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Art is Surviving in Stricken Europe" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Auntie and the Dragon" - typescript
Box 98 "Aus dem schweizerschen Bundestrat" - original typescript (15 items)
Box 98 "The Background of the Western-Hungarian Putsch" - holograph
Box 98 "Back the Attack with War Bonds" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Anatoly Barsov" - holograph
Box 98 "A Bath Abroad" - typescript copy
Box 98 "The Battle of Hinterbruhl" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Bill of Rights Sesqui-Centennial Committee" - typescript copy (6 items)
Box 98 Biographical sketches - holograph
Box 98 "Biography of Newbold Morris" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Both Sides of the Servant Problem" - original typescript (12 items)
Box 98 "The Bread Tray" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Butter and Eggs" - typescript copy
Box 98 "A Campaign to Dramatize a Spiritual Awakening" - original typescript
Box 98 "Candidates for King" - original typescript
Box 98 "Can We Win the Cold War?" - original typescript
Box 98 "The Changing Status of Women" - original typescript
Box 98 "College Days" - typescript with corrections
Box 98 "The Coming American Revolution" - original typescript
Box 98 "Comments on Roosevelt Navy Day Address" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Comments on Stalin Speech" - original typescript
Box 98 "Concentration of Power is an Ever Corruptive Influence" - holograph
Box 98 "Cooperation or Chaos?" - typescript copy
Box 98 "The Cultivated Village" - holograph (13 items)
Box 98 "The Danger from Russia" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Deferred Compensation Trusts" - typescript copy
Box 98 "De-Nazification and Man's Psychology" - typescript copy
Box 98 "The Dilemma of the Liberal" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Does Communism Threaten Christanity" - original typescript
Box 98 "A Drama of Real Life" - original typescript
Box 98 "Dream Your Own Millions" - typescript copy (16 items)
Box 98 "The Educational Crisis in America" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Eisenhower" - original typescript
Box 98 "The End of German Democracy?" - original typescript
Box 98 "The Enigma of the Peace-Germany" - typescript copy
Box 98 "The Entente and the Burgenland" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Europe and America" - typescript copy (7 items)
Box 98 "Fascism" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Fifth War Loan Appeal Message" - typescript copy
Box 98 "For the Common Sense of Women" - original typescript
Box 98 "For the Sake of Argument" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Founders of New Financial Dynasties" by Dorothy Thompson and M. W. Fodor - typescript copy
Box 98 "Free America" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Freedom House" - typescript copy (8 items)
Box 98 "German Economic Recovery Versus Chancellor Hitler" - original typescript
Box 98 "The German Plans as They Affect the United States" - original typescript
Box 98 "The German Revolution No. I" - typescript copy
Box 98 "The German Revolution No. IV" - typescript copy
Box 98 "The German Revolution No. V" - typescript copy
Box 98 "The Germans Who Fought Hitler" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Germany: An Economic Paradox" - holograph
Box 98 "Gertrude Geyersbach" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Give Me Vermont" - typescript copy
Box 98 "Good Night, Sweet Prince" - typescript copy
Box 98 "The Great War of Words" - original typescript
Box 98 "The Growth of Officialdom in Europe" - holograph (14 items)
Box 99 "Has Youth a Future?" - original typescript
Box 99 "Heartbreak House" - original typescript
Box 99 "History Repeats Itself" - original typescript
Box 99 "The Hitler Case" - typescript copy
Box 99 "How About a Peace Consumption Board" - mimeographed
Box 99 "How Democracies Meet Crisis" - original typescript
Box 99 "How to Give a Party and Like It" - original typescript (8 items)
Box 99 "The Idea of Europe" - original typescript (9 items)
Box 99 "I Knew a Christian" - original typescript
Box 99 "The Immortal Elsie" - mimeographed
Box 99 "An Indian Summer Rebellion" - typescript copy
Box 99 "Israel, Judaism, and the American Jew" - typescript copy (9 items)
Box 99 "The Jews and the Russian Revolution" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 99 "Kid Brother" by Dorothy Thompson and Victor Stoloff - original typescript
Box 99 "King Carol II of Rumania at Home" - original typescript
Box 99 "King Zog of Albania" - original typescript
Box 99 "Knox of Saar-A Manona Volcano" - original typescript
Box 99 "General Bor Komorowski" typescript copy (8 items)
Box 99 "Mr. Laski's Atom Bomb" - typescript copy
Box 99 "The Last Day" by Dorothy Thompson and Barbara De Porte - original typescript
Box 99 "The Last Days of the Habsburgs" - original typescript
Box 99 "A Law to Protect the Constitution" - original typescript (5 items)
Box 99 "Sinclair Lewis" - holograph
Box 99 "The Life at the Belgrade Court" - original typescript
Box 99 "The Life in the Palace of the Bulgarian Tsar" - original typescript
Box 99 "The Life of a Columnist" - original typescript
Box 99 "'A Little Flat--A Strong Cognac--A Good Black Coffee'" - typescript copy
Box 99 "The Lure of Egypt" - typescript copy (6 items)
Box 99 "Make Your Own Baedecker" - original typescript
Box 99 "Maxim Kopf" - holograph
Box 99 "A Member of the Exploiting Classes" - original typescript
Box 99 "Memorandum on Propaganda" - original typescript
Box 99 "A Message to Hans" - original typescript
Box 99 "Military Foundation of Peace" - original typescript
Box 99 "Mister Eden in America" - typescript copy
Box 99 "The Moral and Intellectual Crisis of Our Times" - original typescript
Box 99 "Must There Be One Form of Democracy?" - typescript copy
Box 99 "My Own Foreign Policy" - original typescript
Box 99 "'My Red Herring'" - typescript copy (16 items)
Box 99 "Nazi Agent" by Kurt G. W. Ludecke, as told to Dorothy Thompson - original typescript
Box 99 "A New Order for Making Democracy Pay" - typescript copy
Box 99 "New Vienna" - original typescript (4 items)
Box 100 "Ode to the Compliance Committee" - original typescript
Box 100 "Oh, Absalom, My Son!" - original typescript
Box 100 "Oh, Thou, My Austria!" - original typescript
Box 100 "The Old Out-Casts" - original typescript (10 items)
Box 100 "One World or No World--The Millenium or Bust!" - holograph
Box 100 "On the Condition of Civilization" - original typescript
Box 100 "An Open Letter to American Industrial Leaders" - holograph
Box 100 "An Open Letter to André Vishinsky" - original typescript
Box 100 "An Open Letter to Mr. Big" - original typescript
Box 100 "An Open Letter to the President" - original typescript
Box 100 "An Open Letter to the Youth of Germany" - original typescript (9 items)
Box 100 "Our European Policy III" - original typescript
Box 100 "Our Ghostly Commonwealth" - holograph
Box 100 "Our Ghost-ridden Government" - holograph
Box 100 "Outlook in Italy--Full of Danger" - typescript copy (6 items)
Box 100 "The Passing of the Vienna Coffee House" - typescript copy
Box 100 "Peace is Patriotism" - typescript copy
Box 100 "The Peace Movement in the United States" - typescript copy
Box 100 "Perfect Gentleman" - original typescript (7 items)
Box 100 "The Persecution of the Individual and Minorities in Nazi Germany" - typescript copy
Box 100 "Pertain" - typescript copy
Box 100 "The Pink Dress" - typescript copy
Box 100 "Poland in 1947" - typescript copy
Box 100 "A Politically Practical Program for Permanent Peace" - (and accompanying documents sent to President Eisenhower) typescript copy
Box 100 "Portrait of an Artist as a Woman" - original typescript (15 items)
Box 100 "Poverty De Luxe" - typescript copy
Box 100 "The Present Mind of Germany" - typescript copy
Box 100 "President Roosevelt" - typescript copy
Box 100 "Proposal for a European Settlement" - original typescript (18 items)
Box 100 "Reading from Left to Right--Young Men of Britain" - original typescript
Box 100 "Recreation" - typescript copy
Box 100 "Rendezvous in Berlin" - typescript copy
Box 100 "The Return of the Grand Manner" - typescript copy
Box 100 "Review of Heiden's 'Der Fuehrer'" - typescript copy
Box 100 "The Revival of Duelling in Hungary" - typescript copy
Box 100 "The Revolution Against Culture" - original typescript
Box 100 "The Riots in Vienna" - typescript copy
Box 100 "A Ruined Woman" - typescript copy
Box 100 "The Russian Mind--and Our Own" - typescript copy (13 items)
Box 101 "The Security of the Middle East" - typescript copy
Box 101 "The Shortcomings of Utilitarian Domination" - holograph
Box 101 "Signals from Germany" - typescript copy (3 items)
Box 101 "Silver Wedding" - holograph (3 items)
Box 101 "The Situation in Italy" - typescript copy
Box 101 "The Social and International Implications of the Nazi Revolution" - original typescript
Box 101 "Socialism and Americanism" - typescript copy
Box 101 "Socialism and Conservation" - original typescript
Box 101 "Softer Policy Toward Russia Forecast" - original typescript
Box 101 "Statement from Dorothy Thompson Regarding 'She Defends Her Country'" - typescript copy
Box 101 "A Still Small Voice Speaks in Vain" - typescript copy
Box 101 "Story of a Sunday Afternoon in Baden: Of a Fickle Friend; Of Exquisite Mary and the Woman with the Vernal" - typescript copy
Box 101 "The Suicide Ad" - original typescript (14 items)
Box 101 "Terrorism" - typescript copy
Box 101 "The Theory and Practice of National Socialism" - typescript copy
Box 101 "The Third Act" - holograph
Box 101 "This I Believe" - original typescript (7 items)
Box 101 "The Tie That Binds" - typescript copy
Box 101 "Those Charming Viennese" - holograph
Box 101 "'Thus Conscience Doth Make Cowards of Us All'" - original typescript
Box 101 "The Top Floor of Madam Tusson's" - original typescript
Box 101 "A Treasury of Democracy" - typescript copy
Box 101 "Try to Think" - original typescript
Box 101 "The Tulip Box" - holograph
Box 101 "A Twice-Told Tale" - original typescript (10 items)
Box 101 "The Ultimate Showdown with the Soviets" - holograph
Box 101 "Unusual Conference" - typescript copy (4 items)
Box 101 "The Van Doorn" - original typescript
Box 101 "Vitamins and the Green Plush Rabbit" - typescript copy
Box 101 "The Volunteer Land Corps" - typescript copy (3 items)
Box 101 "War and Revolution" - original typescript
Box 101 "The War of Words" - original typescript
Box 101 "The Wave of the Future" - typescript copy
Box 101 "Chiam Weizmann" - typescript copy
Box 101 "We Can Get Along with Servants" - original typescript
Box 101 "What Benefits Will This War Bring?" - typescript copy
Box 101 "What is United States Education Up To?" - typescript
Box 101 "What Lindbergh Really Wants" - typescript copy
Box 101 "What Makes War?" - original typescript (15 items)
Box 101 "What Should We Do With the Germans as a Whole?" - original typescript
Box 101 "What Should We Do About the War?" - typescript copy
Box 101 "Will the Next Epoch be a Matriarchy?" - original typescript (6 items)
Box 101 "Why Call it Post-War?" - typescript copy
Box 101 "Will Gangs Rule the World?" - typescript copy
Box 101 "Who Goes Nazi?" - typescript copy
Box 101 "Women Can Win the War" - typescript copy
Box 101 "A Wreath for Toni" - original typescript (8 items)
Box 101 "Yesterday and Today" - typescript copy
Box 101 "You Don't Know the Half of It" - typescript copy
Box 101 "Youth Remakes Old Europe" - original typescript (3 items)
Untitled articles with subject headings
Box 102 America and peace talks - typescript copy
Box 102 America can not stand alone - typescript copy
Box 102 America: how strong are we? - original typescript
Box 102 America must wage peace - original typescript
Box 102 American history - original typescript
Box 102 American nation - typescript copy
Box 102 American relief to europe - original typescript
Box 102 The American revolution - original typescript
Box 102 American war aims - original typescript
Box 102 American war production - typescript copy
Box 102 Anti-Billboard campaign - original typescript
Box 102 Atomic bomb - typescript copy
Box 102 Atomic warfare - original typescript
Box 102 Austrian neutrality - typescript copy (15 items)
Box 102 Battle of Leningrad - typescript copy
Box 102 Ernest Bevin - typescript copy
Box 102 British Labor government - original typescript
Box 102 Hermann Budzislawski - typescript copy (5 items)
Box 102 Christmas, 1945 - typescript copy
Box 102 Churchill's speech - original typescript
Box 102 Coal strike, 1946 - typescript copy
Box 102 Common man - original typescript
Box 102 Communism - original typescript
Box 102 Communism versus democracy - typescript copy
Box 102 Constitutional reform - holograph--Carbon (7 items)
Box 102 Dispossessed minorities - typescript copy
Box 102 Domestic politics - typescript copy
Box 102 Domestic policy - original typescript (3 items)
Box 102 Economic problems - typescript copy
Box 102 Education - typescript copy
Box 102 Eisenhower - typescript copy
Box 102 Emotional security - original typescript
Box 102 Egypt - typescript copy
Box 102 European economics - holograph
Box 102 European peace - typescript copy (7 items)
Box 102 Father - original typescript
Box 102 Filene's Automatic Bargain Basement - typescript copy
Box 102 Food distribution - holograph
Box 102 Foreign policy costs - holograph
Box 102 Freedom House: Jan Masaryk - original typescript
Box 102 Full Employment Bill - typescript copy (6 items)
Box 102 German army - typescript copy
Box 102 German de-Nazification - original typescript
Box 102 German Social Democratic Movement - typescript copy
Box 102 German surrender - original typescript
Box 102 Germany: a look backward - original typescript
Box 102 Germany: military governors - typescript copy
Box 102 Germany: Nazism - typescript copy
Box 102 Germany: nine years later - typescript copy
Box 102 Germany: prospects for victory - original typescript
Box 102 Herschel Grynszpan - original typescript (12 items)
Box 102 Heydrich - typescript copy
Box 102 Hitler - original typescript
Box 102 Max Hölz - holograph
Box 102 Hungary - original typescript (4 items)
Box 102 Involvement - typescript copy
Box 102 Isolationism - original typescript
Box 102 Isolationism - typescript copy
Box 102 Japan's war tactics - original typescript
Box 102 Jewish question - original typescript
Box 102 Jewish question - typescript copy
Box 102 Jewish question - typescript copy
Box 102 Maxim Kopf - typescript copy
Box 102 Korea - original typescript (17 items)
Box 102 Labor and the economy - typescript copy
Box 102 Labor problems - typescript copy
Box 102 Liberalism - original typescript
Box 102 Lindbergh - typescript copy
Box 102 Listen, Hans - typescript copy
Box 102 Norman Littell - original typescript
Box 102 London Peace Conference - typescript copy
Box 102 London Peace Conference - typescript copy (9 items)
Box 102 Draja Mikhailovich - typescript copy
Box 102 Molotoff's Peace - original typescript
Box 102 The Morgenthau Plan - typescript copy (13 items)
Box 102 National Socialism, German style - original typescript
Box 102 The Nazis - typescript
Box 102 Nazism - typescript copy
Box 102 Needs of mankind - original typescript
Box 102 Martin Niemoeller - typescript copy
Box 102 The nineteenth century - original typescript (6 items)
Box 102 Peace - original typescript
Box 102 Peace conferences - typescript copy
Box 102 Peace: V-E Day - typescript copy
Box 102 Poland - typescript copy
Box 102 The political crisis - typescript copy
Box 102 The Potsdam Declaration - original typescript
Box 102 The presidency - typescript copy
Box 102 Price controls - typescript copy
Box 102 Price controls: O.P.A. - typescript copy
Box 102 Prices of farm products - typescript copy
Box 102 Prince Otto of Habsburg - typescript copy (12 items)
Box 102 Radio - typescript copy
Box 102 Refugee reform - original typescript
Box 102 Republican Party - original typescript
Box 102 Review of "Germany and Europe" - typescript copy
Box 102 Roosevelt: anniversary of his death - typescript copy
Box 102 Roosevelt: my vote - original typescript
Box 102 Russians in Bonn - original typescript (9 items)
Box 102 Edna St. Vincent Millay - original typescript
Box 102 S.E.C. - original typescript
Box 102 Science - original typescript
Box 102 Security - holograph
Box 102 Stalin and Hitler - original typescript (7 items)
Box 102 Teaching - typescript copy
Box 102 Teheran Conference - original typescript
Box 102 Toscanini: introduction - typescript copy
Box 102 Toscanini: biography - original typescript
Box 102 Trade dispute - typescript copy
Box 102 Trieste - original typescript
Box 102 Twin Farms - typescript copy (9 items)
Box 102 Unemployment - original typescript
Box 102 Vermont - holograph
Box 102 Wagner-Murray-Dingell Bill - original typescript
Box 102 War - original typescript
Box 102 War - original typescript
Box 102 War - original typescript
Box 102 War - original typescript
Box 102 War - original typescript
Box 102 War guilt - original typescript
Box 102 Washington Memorial - original typescript
Box 102 Sumner Wells - typescript copy
Box 102 Burton Wheeler - original typescript
Box 102 Woman Suffrage Campaign - typescript copy
Box 102 Women - typescript copy
Box 102 World peace - typescript copy (16 items)
Box 102 Yusif El-Bandak - original typescript (1 item)
Box 102 Zionism - typescript copy
Box 102 Karl Zuckmayer - typescript copy (4 items)
Box 102 Miscellaneous typescripts - incomplete (5 items)
Manuscripts - newspaper articles
Box 102 Austro-Hungarian problems - typescript copy
Box 102 "Back to Blood and Iron" - typescript copy
Box 102 "Ex-Premier to be Tried for Murder" - typescript copy
Box 102 "Foreign Loans Are Only Morphine Injections" - typescript copy
Box 102 German nationalist papers - typescript copy
Box 102 "Habsburg Partisans Plan Coup d'Etat" - typescript copy
Box 102 Hungarian bombings - typescript copy
Box 102 Hungarian elections - typescript copy
Box 102 Hungary: conditions - typescript copy
Box 102 Hungary: finances - original typescript
Box 102 Hungary: Ulysses Grant Smith - original typescript
Box 102 "Karl's Departure Forestalls Putch" - original typescript
Box 102 "The Market of the Profiteers" - typescript copy
Box 102 "Opera Bouffe in Budapest" - typescript copy
Box 102 "Russian Refugees" - original typescript
Box 102 "Strange Rats in Vienna Sewers" - typescript copy
Box 102 "Succession States Move Toward Understanding" - original typescript
Box 102 Vienna: musical events - typescript copy (21 items)
Manuscripts - speeches 1929-1943
Box 103 America - original typescript (7 items)
Box 103 Changing world and future world order - original typescript (2 items)
Box 103 China - original typescript (2 items)
Box 103 Christian spirit - original typescript (2 items)
Box 103 Commencement addresses - original typescript (3 items)
Box 103 Constitution - original typescript (5 items)
Box 103 Current events - original typescript (1 item)
Box 103 Democracy - original typescript (13 items)
Box 103 Education - original typescript (4 items)
Box 103 Europe - original typescript (8 items)
Box 103 Ralph E. Flanders - original typescript (1 item)
Box 103 Foreign policy - original typescript (6 items)
Box 103 Freedom - original typescript (9 items)
Box 103 Germany - original typescript (7 items)
Box 103 Government and propaganda - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 103 Isolationism - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 103 Jewish question - original typescript (5 items)
Box 103 Journalism - holograph (13 items)
Box 104 Latin America - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 104 League of Nations - original typescript (1 item)
Box 104 Liberty - original typescript (1 item)
Box 104 Thomas Mann - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 104 National Socialism - original typescript (1 item)
Box 104 Neutrality - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 104 Peace movements - original typescript (1 item)
Box 104 Poland - original typescript (4 items)
Box 104 Russia - original typescript (5 items)
Box 104 Social responsibility - original typescript (1 item)
Box 104 Volunteer Land Corps - original typescript (3 items)
Box 104 Wagner Act - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 104 War and changing world order - holograph (13 items)
Box 104 War and changing world order - original typescript (2 folders, 23 items)
Box 104 Women - original typescript (6 items)
Box 104 Writers - typescript copy (4 items)
Manuscripts - speeches 1943-1950
Box 105 Arab refugees - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 105 China - original typescript (4 items)
Box 105 Christian spirit - original typescript (1 item)
Box 105 Commencement addresses - typescript copy (5 items)
Box 105 Communism - original typescript (5 items)
Box 105 Constitution - original typescript (2 items)
Box 105 Democracy - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 105 Domestic policy - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 105 Education - original typescript (5 items)
Box 105 Europe - original typescript (6 items)
Box 105 Foreign policy - original typescript (11 items)
Box 105 Freedom - original typescript (7 items)
Box 105 Germany - original typescript (4 items)
Box 105 Jewish question - original typescript (4 items)
Box 105 Journalism - original typescript (1 item)
Box 105 Jacques Martain - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 105 Maxim Kopf - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 105 Middle East - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 105 Mihailovitch, Draja - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 106 Peace movements - original typescript (5 items)
Box 106 Poland - original typescript (2 items)
Box 106 Politics - typescript copy (3 items)
Box 106 Russia - original typescript (7 items)
Box 106 Social responsibility - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 106 War and changing world order - original typescript (3 folders, 32 items)
Box 106 Women - original typescript (6 items)
Box 106 Writers - original typescript (2 items)
Manuscripts - speeches 1951-1961
Box 107 American way of life - original typescript (2 items)
Box 107 Arab world and the Middle East - original typescript (10 items)
Box 107 Arab world and the Middle East - holograph (16 items)
Box 107 Christian spirit - original typescript (4 items)
Box 107 Commencement addresses - original typescript (1 item)
Box 107 Constitutionalism - original typescript (1 item)
Box 107 Domestic policies - original typescript (3 items)
Box 107 Education - original typescript (6 items)
Box 107 Europe - original typescript (3 items)
Box 107 Foreign policy - original typescript (3 folders, 25 items)
Box 108 Internationalism - original typescript (1 item)
Box 108 Jewish question - original typescript (2 items)
Box 108 Journalism - original typescript (5 items)
Box 108 Liberty - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 108 Middle East - original typescript (1 item)
Box 108 Politics - original typescript (6 items)
Box 108 Stalin and Communism - original typescript (4 items)
Box 108 War and the changing world - original typescript (2 folders, 14 items)
Box 108 Women - original typescript (3 items)
Box 108 Miscellaneous - original typescript (8 items)
Published speeches and articles
Box 109 Published speeches 1937-1955 (43 items)
Box 109 Published articles 1920-1930 (20 items)
Box 109 Published articles 1931-1935 (7 items)
Box 109 Published articles 1936-1939 (22 items)
Box 109 Published articles 1940-1945 (30 items)
Box 110 Published articles 1946-1947 (87 items)
Box 110 Published articles 1948, 1950-1952 (73 items)
Box 110 Published articles 1953-1960 (57 items)
Box 110 Published articles undated (44 items)
Manuscripts - radio broadcasts
Box 111 Pall Mall broadcast 1937 (12 items)
Box 111 Pall Mall broadcast 1937-1938 (11 items)
Box 111 Pall Mall broadcast 1938 (27 items)
Box 111 NBC 1939 (32 items)
Box 112 Columbia Network 1938-1940 (11 items)
Box 112 General Electric 1938-1939 (33 items)
Box 112 W.O.R. broadcast 1938-1940 (39 items)
Box 112 W.O.R. broadcast 1941 (35 items)
Box 113 Blue Network Jan-Jun 1942 (16 items)
Box 113 Blue Network Sep-Dec 1942 (13 items)
Box 113 Blue Network Jan-Jun 1943 (14 items)
Box 113 Blue Network Sep-Dec 1943 (21 items)
Box 113 Blue Network 1944 (11 items)
Box 113 Blue Network 1947-1948 (2 items)
Box 113 Radio broadcasts 1951-1952 (2 items)
Box 113 German broadcasts (3 items)
Box 113 Town meeting (7 items)
Box 113 Undated and miscellaneous (7 items)
Miscellaneous manuscripts
Autobiographical
Box 114 "Childhood" holograph notes (5 items)
Box 114 Chapter I - original typescript (1 item)
Box 114 "Childhood" - pp. 1-42 original typescript (1 item)
Box 114 "Childhood" - original typescript (14 items)
Box 114 "College Days" (and Diary) - original typescript (8 items)
Box 114 Sep 1957 - pp. 1-3 mimeographed copies (14 items)
Box 114 Letters to Dorothy Thompson regarding autobiography (40 items)
Box 114 Miscellaneous (17 items)
Plays
Box 115 "Another Sun" (with Fritz Kortner) - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 115 "Another Sun" - typescript, first carbon (1 item)
Box 115 "Another Sun" - typescript, second carbon (1 item)
Box 115 "Another Sun" Act I and Act II - typescript copy (9 items)
Box 115 "Another Sun" Act III - typescript copy (5 items)
Box 115 "Another Sun" Act III - original typescript (1 item)
Box 115 "Another Sun" proposed changes and outline - typescript copy (42 items)
Box 115 "Cue for Passion" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 115 "Cue for Passion" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 116 Spell Your Name (a play) by Dorothy Thompson and Fritz Kortner - original typescript (1 item)
Box 116 Spell Your Name - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 116 Spell Your Name - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 116 Spell Your Name - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 116 Spell Your Name - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 116 Production and financial (12 items)
Box 116 "Patriots" - original typescript (4 items)
Box 116 "A Trifling Incident" - original typescript (1 item)
Novels
Box 117 "As the Hart" - pp. 1-69 original typescript (1 item)
Box 117 "As the Hart" - pp. 70-142 (1 item)
Box 117 "As the Hart" - pp. 1-79 first revision original typescript (1 item)
Box 117 "As the Hart" - pp. 80-176 first revision holograph notes and original typescript (4 items)
Box 117 "As the Hart" - pp. 1-161 typescript copy (4 items)
Box 117 "As the Hart" - pp. 1-166 typescript copy (1 item)
Box 117 "The Courage to be Happy" - pp. 1-227 typescript copy (1 item)
Various fiction and non-fiction
Box 118 "The Boy and Man from Main Street" - original typescript (6 items)
Box 118 "Dawn's Early Light" by Dorothy Thompson and Fritz Kortner - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 118 "The Detroit Story" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 118 "The Detroit Story" related materials (8 items)
Box 118 "For Love of Cherry Allen" - typescript copy (5 items)
Box 118 "The Cordell Hull Story" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 118 "I Should Have Murdered Him" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 119 "I Try to Think" - holograph (2 items)
Box 119 "The Moral Crisis of Our Times" - holograph (1 item)
Box 119 "The Moral Crisis of Our Times" - original typescript (2 folders, 5 items)
Box 119 "The Moral Crisis of Our Times" - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 119 "Statement for the Committee to Develop an Agro-Industrial Foundation" - original typescript (4 items)
Poetry
Box 119 "As I Lie There ...") - holograph (1 item)
Box 119 "The Fight" - holograph (1 item)
Box 119 "The Hermit" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 119 ("How Grand It Is ...") - holograph (2 items)
Box 119 ("I, Who Have Seen ...") - holograph (1 item)
Box 119 "Just Martyn" - holograph (1 item)
Box 119 "Larkspur in Starlight" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 119 "Poem in 'The Frankfurter Zeitung'" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 119 "Since Zelda Went Away" - holograph (1 item)
Box 119 "A Tired Wish" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 119 ("Two Candles Made Two Flames ...") - original typescript (1 item)
Box 119 "V." - original typescript (1 item)
Box 119 "Way Down in Old Steuben" by Dorothy Thompson and Laura Moench - holograph (1 item)
Box 119 ("What Can I Do ...") - holograph (1 item)
Box 119 "Women's Day Hymn" - published (1 item)
Box 119 "Word Before Parting" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 119 ("You Burn, A Hissing Flame ...") - original typescript (1 item)
Box 119 Miscellaneous, including rebuttal to Theodore Dreiser and "Quotable Words" - typescript copy (3 items)
Notes and research material
Notes and research materials by date
Holographs and typescripts
Box 120 1938-1949 (17 items)
Box 120 1941 (16 items)
Box 120 1941-1942 (2 folders, 48 items)
Box 120 Undated
Box 120 1944 (5 items)
Box 120 Undated
Box 120 Undated
Box 121 1945 (75 items)
Box 121 1946 (62 items)
Box 121 1947 (3 items)
Box 121 1949 (1 item)
Box 121 1951-1952 (44 items)
Box 122 1955-1956, 1960 (24 items)
Box 122 Undated and various (120 items)
Box 123 Undated and various (2 folders, 209 items)
Notes - general subjects
Box 124 A-B (9 items)
Box 124 C (16 items)
Box 124 D (3 items)
Box 124 E (11 items)
Box 124 F (12 items)
Box 124 G (17 items)
Box 125 H (4 items)
Box 125 I-L (66 items)
Box 125 M-N (15 items)
Box 125 P (11 items)
Box 125 R (17 items)
Box 125 S (3 items)
Box 125 T (6 items)
Box 125 U (2 items)
Box 125 V (4 items)
Box 125 W (10 items)
Box 125 X-Z (1 item)
Notes and research materials, alphabetical
Box 126 Cairo, research materials 1950 (16 items)
England
Box 126 Notes 1941 (18 items)
Box 126 Research materials 1941 (25 items)
Europe
Box 126 "Conversation with Fodor" 1960 (19 items)
Box 126 Notes 1940 (29 items)
Box 126 Research materials 1938-1941 (24 items)
Box 126 Research materials 1939-1941 (20 items)
Box 126 Notes 1942 (7 items)
Box 127 Notes 1945 (19 items)
Box 127 Research materials 1945 (62 items)
Box 127 Research materials 1945, 1949-1952 (37 items)
Box 127 Notes 1954-1955 (20 items)
Box 127 Research materials 1953, 1955 (69 items)
Box 128 General Labor 1934, 1936-1937 (6 items)
Germany
Box 128 Notes 1942-1943 (1 item)
Box 128 Research materials 1925, 1930-1943 (13 items)
Box 128 Notes 1949 (35 items)
Box 128 Research materials 1941, 1945, 1949 (20 items)
Box 129 Research materials 1949 (13 items)
Box 129 Research materials 1948, 1949 (11 items)
Box 130 Research materials 1951-1952 (2 folders, 44 items)
Box 130 Notes 1952 (6 items)
Box 130 Research materials undated - clippings (10 items)
Box 130 Greece, research materials 1949 (13 items)
Box 130 India, research materials 1959 (1 item)
Box 130 Italy, research materials 1949 (3 items)
Box 130 Jewish question, research materials 1958-1959 (12 items)
Middle East
Box 131 Notes 1942-1945 (11 items)
Box 131 Notes 1950-1952 (20 items)
Box 131 Research materials 1949-1951 (22 items)
Box 131 Research materials 1952, undated (32 items)
Box 131 Notes 1956-1957 (95 items)
Box 132 Research materials 1956-1958 (25 items)
Box 132 RCA, research materials 1936 (3 items)
Sweden and Finland
Box 132 Notes 1954-1955 (3 items)
Box 132 Research materials 1954-1955 (29 items)
Box 132 United States notes (86 items)
Manuscripts by others
Manuscripts by others - By author
Box 133 Allen, Jay "Town Meeting" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Barakat, George M. Speech at the overseas convention - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 133 Bethmann, Erich W. "Muslim-Christian Cooperation in Morocco" - mimeographed (1 item)
Box 133 Beveridge, William "Planning Under Democracy" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Bottome, Phyllis "The American Hitler" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Brandt, Karl Questionnaire-Nazi Germany - original typescript (1 item)
Box 133 Brecht, Bertold "Kinderkreuzzug" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Bridges, Constance "The Divine Émile" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Brown, Don "So This is America" - published (1 item)
Box 133 Bruning, Henrich Questionnaire-Nazi Germany - original typescript (1 item)
Box 133 Chamberlain, William Henry "Farmers for Freedom" - published (1 item)
Box 133 Cooper, Ralph E. "Man's Enemy-War" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 133 Culbertson, Ely "The A B C Plan for World Peace" - mimeographed (1 item)
Box 133 Cuneo, Ernest "Commencement Address" - mimeographed (1 item)
De Porte, Barbara
Box 133 "An Ideal Citizenship for an Ideal State" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 133 "An American Pilgrimage in France" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 133 "The French Socialist Party" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Deutsch, Julius "Jugenderziehung" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 133 Drucker, Peter "Schriftliche Hausarbiet in der Geographie" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Eder, Jeanne "War-Time Life in Switzerland, 1939" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Ererod, Oluf "Report on Travel in the United States and Canada" - mimeographed (1 item)
Box 133 Fairchild, Ellen "Persephone" - mimeographed (1 item)
Fodor, Marcel W.
Box 133 "Modern Condottieris" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 The Little Entente - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Shift in power - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Fueloep-Miller, René "The Voice of Prophesy" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 133 Gardner, Clinton "Prospectus for Magazine X" - mimeographed (1 item)
Box 133 Gleichmann von Oven, Alexander "Pan Europa Heute" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Groedel, Franz "Health Palace for New York" - mimeographed (1 item)
Box 133 Grierson, Margaret "The Wedding" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 Guérard, Albert "World Democracy or a New Axis?" - typescript copy (1 item)
Gunther, John
Box 133 Newspaper article on Hitler - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 133 "Inside Africa" Chapters 1-23, 34-46 - galley proofs (1 item)
Box 134 "Inside Africa" Chapters 24-27 - galley proofs (1 item)
Box 134 "Inside Africa" Chapters 28, 29, 32, 33, 36-42 - galley proofs (1 item)
Box 134 "Inside Africa" Chapters 30-31 - galley proofs (1 item)
Box 134 Hildreth, Kay "Present Schools: Good or Bad?" - typescript (1 item)
Box 134 Hipschman, Donald "A Man from Main Street" - mimeographed (1 item)
Box 134 Jameson, Storm "A Cup of Tea for Mr. Thorgill" - galley proofs (1 item)
Box 134 Johnson, Willis and Lorena "Tomorrow's Johnny Will Learn to Read" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 134 Kent, Ann A. P. "My Appeal for Fairness" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 134 Knickerbocker, H. R. Hitler Germany articles 1 through 6 - typescript copy (8 items)
Box 134 Kortner, Fritz "Memory of a Hero" - original typescript (2 items)
Box 134 Kurz, Herman "O.G.P.U. (Tscheka)" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 134 Landman, Henry J. "Three Year High Schools and Colleges for Bright Students" - typescript copy (2 items)
Box 134 Landon, Alf "Our Foreign Relations" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 134 Lane, Rose Wilder "Desert Sands" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 135 Lania, Leo "Why Hitler Lost the War" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 135 Lavanoux, Maurice "Vitality in Religious Art" - original typescript (2 items)
Box 135 Littell, Norman "International Investment Law Conference" - mimeographed (1 item)
Box 135 Lookaround, Mrs. Angus "I Live in a Museum" - published (1 item)
Box 135 Love, Betty B. "The Fugitive Teacher" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 135 Malik, Charles "The Dialect of Co-Existence" - mimeographed (1 item)
Mann, Thomas
Box 135 "Manifesto to the Civilized World" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 135 "Richard Wagner and the King of the Nibelung" - original typescript (3 items)
Box 135 "To the Civilized World" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 135 Mathews, William R. "Memorandum on Background and Experience in International Reporting and Editing" - typescript copy (1 item)
Meyer, Mrs. Eugene
Box 135 "New Social Horizons" - mimeographed (1 item)
Box 135 "Popular Leadership in a Scientific Era" - mimeographed (1 item)
Box 135 Michaelis, Karin "The People Around Genia" - original typescript (1 item)
Morgan, Margaret Spofford
Box 135 "General Background for a Survey of the Christian Revival" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 135 "Religious Effects of the War in Britain" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 135 Mowrer, Edgar Ansel newspaper article on German Nationalist Papers - original typescript (1 item)
Box 135 Muhafez of Zahle speech - original typescript (1 item)
Box 135 Muller, H. J. "Radiation and Human Mutations" - mimeographed (1 item)
Box 135 Nichols, William "Person to Person Editing for 11,000,000 Families" - mimeographed (1 item)
Box 135 O'Connor, Johnson "Aptitudes of the Minorities" - original typescript (1 item)
Box 136 Page "Plan for Enduring Understanding Between Capital and Labor" - typescript copy (1 item)
Box 136 Palmer, Frances "And Four to Grow On" - galley proofs (1 item)
Box 136 Platts, P, K. "Civilization and Schools" - typescript copy (1 item)
Priess, Jack J.
Box 136 "The History of Camp William James" - pp. 1-50 original typescript (1 item)
Box 136 "The History of Camp William James" - pp. 51-125 original typescript (1 item)
Box 136 "The History of Camp William James" - pp. 126-206 original typescript (1 item)
Box 136 "The History of Camp William James" - pp. 207-301 original typescript (1 item)