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Fulton Lewis Jr. Papers

An inventory of his papers at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Lewis, Fulton, 1903-1966.
Title: Fulton Lewis Jr. Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1920-1968
Quantity: 110.0 linear ft.
Abstract: Papers of the American broadcast and print journalist. Collection includes correspondence, incoming and outgoing (1934-1966); ms. drafts, scripts and research files for radio broadcasts (1937-1966); personal files, which include awards, clippings, itineraries, photographs, scrapbooks (1920-1966); films, sound recordings, and audio tapes used in broadcasts; and material related to his syndicated column. Correspondents include Bernard Baruch, John W. Bricker, Harry Cain, Thomas E. Dewey, Paul G. Hoffman, J. Edgar Hoover, H.L. Hunt, Lee Keedick, Adolphe Menjou, Eddie Rickenbacker, Ralph W. Sockman, John Roy Steelman, Lewis L. Strauss, Herbert Bayard Swope, Stuart Symington, Joseph P. Tumulty, Arthur H. Vandenberg, and Burton K. Wheeler.
Language: English
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

Fulton Lewis, Jr. (1903-1966) was an American television and radio commentator and columnist. Born in Washington, D.C.. April 30, 1903 to Fulton and Elizabeth Lewis, he was educated at Western High School, Washington, D.C., and attended the University of Virginia. On June 28, 1930, he married Alice Huston.

Fulton Lewis began his career as a reporter for the Washington Herald in 1924, where he later became the city editor. He worked with the Washington Bureau, Universal Service, and International News Service from 1928-1937. He was the nightly news commentator on national affairs with the Mutual Broadcasting System since December of 1937; at his commercial peak, Lewis was heard on more than 500 radio stations and boasted a weekly audience of sixteen million listeners.

In 1945 Lewis was a war correspondent. He wrote a weekly column for the King Features Syndicate from 1944-1945, called "Fulton Lewis, Jr. Says". Mr. Lewis was active in securing radio galleries in the House and Senate, so that radio would have the same rights as the newspaper. In 1939 and 1940, Mr. Lewis was chosen as one of America's Ten Outstanding Young Men.

His many awards include: Alfred I. DuPont and Sigma Delta Chi Radio Commentator Award (1942) and the Fourth Estate Award American Legion (1962). Mr. Lewis was the founder and president of the Radio Correspondence Association. He was a member of Sigma Nu, Episcopalian Clubs, Cosmos, Chevy Chase, and National Press. Mr. Lewis had his office at the National Press Building, Suite 627, Washington, D.C.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Fulton Lewis, Jr. Papers consist of two parts which have not been integrated.

Fulton Lewis, Jr. Papers Part I

Part I contains correspondence, radio broadcasts, news publications, other productions, personal file, and audiovisual material (films, records, and tapes).

Correspondence consists of incoming, outgoing, and fan mail. Incoming correspondence and fan mail is arranged alphabetically by author, while outgoing correspondence is arranged in chronological order. Mr. Lewis' correspondence includes a great number of people including Bernard Baruch, Thomas E. Dewey, Herbert Hoover, J. Edgar Hoover, and Eddie Rickenbacker. The collection contains some correspondence of other persons, notable among which is a letter from F. Scott Fitzgerald. These are arranged at the end of the correspondence file in Box 15.

Representing the work Mr. Lewis did as a news commentator on national affairs, are the manuscripts and published copies of his early Radio broadcasts for the Mutual Broadcasting System, 1937-1959, and of his most recent broadcast, "Top of the News," 1959-1966. The manuscripts for these broadcasts are composed of original typescripts with many corrections, and carbon copies of the final drafts for the broadcast. Also available are the manuscripts for a broadcast, sponsored by "Chimney Sweep", 1945, October-1946, February, and a five minute news spot given by Mr. Lewis, 1961-1965. There are also published copies of Your Defense Reporter, 1941, May to 1942, June, and Your Right to Say It, March, 1948. With this material there are also some business records, primarily material for commercials.

Among the many News publications Mr. Lewis was associated with is the "Washington Report", a daily editorial column of his own. The manuscripts, 1944-1961, and the published copies of this column make up the bulk of this file. The manuscripts are original typescripts, with heavy corrections and the published copies are mimeographs of the final draft. There is one other manuscript, and that is for a guest column done for the Buffalo Courier Express. The rest of the file contains clippings of articles Mr. Lewis wrote for the Washington Herald, 1925-1944; and the Universal News Service, 1934-1954; and clippings of several columns he wrote, including "Washington Sideshow", 1931-1936; "Angler and Hunter", 1935-1937; "Fulton Lewis, Jr. Says", 1944; "Capitol Report", 1957-1958; and "Commentary", 1961. There are also published copies of Mr. Lewis' weekly newsletter Exclusive, 1955-1966.

Mr. Lewis was responsible for Other productions on national and international government and politics as well, including a television program, which he narrated. This file contains the scripts for this program, most of which are uncorrected typescripts, although there are some program notes and corrected first drafts of scripts. Also here are the manuscripts and some published copies of articles Mr. Lewis wrote for periodicals; of a book Mr. Lewis wrote on cooperatives; of a lengthy article on the Free Europe Committee; and of interview, plays, and poems by Mr. Lewis. This file also contains a few manuscripts and published copies of articles about Lewis (Box 74).

Mr. Lewis' Reference files are grouped by subject, with published material and correspondence relating to each subject. The general file, 1930-1966, contains material on many subjects, including communism, the John Birch Society, Bobby Baker, Dean Rusk, Vietnam, Pearl Harbor, Cuba and many others. It contains correspondence with such people as William Benton and Arthur Sylvester. Five other files were kept as separate units, and relate to subjects on which Mr. Lewis did much of his broadcasting and writing. Among these are the Fund for the Republic, 1952-1961; a Ford Foundation study of the principles of American freedom; General Agreements on Tariff and Trade Act, 1955-1959; Radio Free Europe, 1951-1958; Office of Price Administration, 1946-1948; and co-operatives, concerning a farmers movement to establish co-operatives among themselves, 1945-1948.

Personal files contains a number of items essentially personal to Mr. Lewis, including news clippings about Mr. Lewis, Mr. Lewis' business records (expense accounts, itineraries, lecture tour material), family items, scrapbooks, awards, photos, and drawings given to Mr. Lewis.

The last series consists of audiovisual material: Films, records, and tapes. Films are 16mm reel-to-reel recording, most of which were for his television series. Records are recordings of songs, speeches, and Mr. Lewis' Christmas radio broadcasts. Tapes are for the most part, professional recordings; some are Mr. Lewis' personal tapes.

Fulton Lewis, Jr. Papers Part II

Part II of the papers contains correspondence, subject files, manuscripts, press releases and newsletters, reference files, published material, some duplicates, and congressional records.

Correspondence is divided into incoming, outgoing, and fan mail. Incoming correspondents include former President Herbert Hoover, F.B.I. director J. Edgar Hoover, Senators Karl Mundt, George Murphy, and Harry Byrd, and Vice-President Herbert Humphrey. Outgoing mail consists of Mr. Lewis' replies to incoming mail. Fan mail consists of thousands of letters from Mr. Lewis' fans requesting copies of his commentaries, also letters from fans giving their own opinions on current issues; letters originate from North and South America as well as Europe.

Subject files consists of reproduced copies of broadcasts (two copies of each), editorials by others, essays by others, meeting announcements and invitations (from different groups and organizations), office memos (itineraries, speech outlines, appointments, and office memos), reports from various committees, organizations, and persons, reprints of articles, speeches by others, teletypes (mostly UPI), reproduced copies of Washington Report and related items.

Manuscripts are those of two of Mr. Lewis' features, Top of the News and Washington Report.

Press releases and newsletters are from business, civic, political, social, and religious organizations and groups.

Reference files are arranged alphabetically by subject. A particular folder may contain correspondence, articles, memoranda, and clippings.

Published material consists of newspaper articles, and magazine articles, brochures, clippings about, clippings by, and clippings about and by others, flyers, pamphlets, and Mr. Lewis' weekly newsletters, Exclusive and Top of the News.

Duplicates consists of surplus reproduced copies of Mr. Lewis' broadcasts. A few are undated.

Congressional records is composed of records from 1963-1966.

Miscellaneous material contains books by others signed by their authors and miscellaneous Top of the News, including a few indexes.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Part I: Incoming correspondence and fan mail are arranged alphabetically, outgoing chronologically. Broadcasts are arranged chronologically. News publications are subdivided by title and within that chronologically. Other productions contains first television series (scripts and then by subject), followed by manuscripts and published material arranged alphabetically by type of material. Reference files are arranged alphabetically by subject, with material relating to Fund for the Republic, General Agreements on Tariff and Trade Act, Radio Free Europe, the Office of Price Administration, and Co-operatives grouped at the end. Personal files are divided into general material, arranged chronologically, and specific subjects, arranged alphabetically.

Part II: Incoming correspondence and fan mail are arranged alphabetically, outgoing chronologically. Subject files are arranged alphabetically. Manuscripts for Top of the News and Washington Report are arranged chronologically. Press releases and newsletters are arranged alphabetically by issuing organization or group. Reference files are arranged alphabetically by subject. Published material is subdivided by type and within that arranged either alphabetically by title (magazines, brochures, flyers, pamphlets), or chronologically (newspapers, congressional records, weekly newsletters). Broadcasts and Congressional records are arranged chronologically.

Note that in part II, box numbers restart with 1 at each series. Please specify series and box number when requesting material to ensure retrieval of the correct items.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The majority of our archival and manuscript collections are housed offsite and require advanced notice for retrieval. Researchers are encouraged to contact us in advance concerning the collection material they wish to access for their research.

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

See also the papers of Lewis' son, Fulton Lewis III.

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Subject Headings

Persons

Baruch, Bernard M. (Bernard Mannes), 1870-1965.
Bricker, John W. (John William), 1893-1986.
Cain, Harry P. (Harry Pulliam), 1906-1979.
Dewey, Thomas E. (Thomas Edmund), 1902-1971.
Hoffman, Paul G. (Paul Gray), 1891-1974.
Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972.
Hunt, H. L.
Keedick, Lee.
Lewis, Fulton, 1903-1966.
Menjou, Adolphe, 1890-1963.
Rickenbacker, Eddie, 1890-1973.
Sockman, Ralph W. (Ralph Washington), 1889-1970.
Steelman, John Roy, 1900-1999.
Strauss, Lewis L.
Swope, Herbert Bayard, 1882-1958.
Symington, Stuart, 1901-1988.
Tumulty, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick), 1879-1954.
Vandenberg, Arthur H. (Arthur Hendrick), 1884-1951.
Wheeler, Burton K. (Burton Kendall), 1882-1975.

Subjects

Broadcast journalism -- United States.
Journalism.
Journalists -- United States.
Radio broadcasting -- United States.
Radio journalists -- United States.
Television broadcasting -- United States.
Television journalists -- United States.

Genres and Forms

Articles.
Audiotapes.
Awards.
Clippings (information artifacts)
Correspondence.
Editorials.
Essays.
Itineraries.
Manuscripts for publication.
Memoranda.
Motion pictures (visual works)
Newsletters.
Photographs.
Press releases.
Radio scripts.
Reports.
Scrapbooks.
Sound recordings.
Speeches.
Television scripts.

Occupations

Journalists.
Radio journalists.
Television journalists.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Fulton Lewis Jr. Papers,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Gift of Fulton Lewis, 1964-1966.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: --
Date: Oct 1967
Revision history: Jul 1991 - revised (--); 15 Aug 2008 - converted to EAD (MRC); 12 Nov 2009 - box 31/32 correction (MRC); 23 Aug 2016 - box 48/49 correction (MRC)

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Inventory

Correspondence (Part I)
Incoming
Box 1 A 1942, 1944-1948, 1953-1956, 1960-1966
Box 1 Andrade, C. III 1946, 1947
B 1939, 1940-1947, 1950-1958, 1962-1966
Box 1 Baruch, Bernard 1942, 1947
Box 1 Bricker, John W. 1944
Box 1 Burns, A.G. 1947
Box 1 C 1930, 1933, 1942-1947, 1951-1958, 1960-1964
Box 1 Cain, Harry P. 1945-1947, 1952
Box 1 Capehart, Homer 1962
Box 1 Case, Francis 1945
Box 1 D 1930, 1942-1947, 1950-1959, 1964, 1966
Box 2 Dewey, Thomas E. 1944, 1947
Box 2 Dodd, Thomas J., Senator 1965
Box 2 [William B.] Dolph Radio Productions 1942-1947, 1954, undated
Don Lee Broadcasting System 1942-1947
Box 2 E 1942-1947, 1955, 1959, 1961-1966
Box 2 Edwards, William T. 1942-1947, undated
Box 2 F 1926, 1937, 1945-1949, 1954, 1955, 1964-1966
Box 2 Ford, Gerald R., copy
Box 2 G 1942-1948, 1953-1958, 1960-1965
Box 2 C.F. Gallagher & Co., Inc. 1941, 1942
Box 3 H 1930-1966
Box 3 Hillsmith, Clarence 1943, 1944
Box 3 Hoover, Allan 1964
Box 3 Hoover, J. Edgar 1942-1966
Box 3 Hull, Cordell (photostat) 1941
Box 3 Hunt, H.L. 1949, 1952
Box 3 I, J 1945-1966
Box 3 Johnson, Lyndon B. (xerox copies) 1953, 1954
Box 3 K 1931-1966
Box 4 Keedick, Lee 1943-1945, 1946-1957, undated
Box 4 King Features 1944, 1954
L 1944, 1966
Box 4 M 1934-1966
Box 4 Menjou, Adolph 1946-1958, undated
Box 4 N 1944-1966
Box 4 Nye, Gerald P. 1942
Box 5 O 1944-1958
Box 5 P 1945-1966
Box 5 Parker Bros. 1946-1948
Box 5 Paschke, D.C. 1946, 1947
Box 5 Pepper, Claude (photostat) 1942
Box 5 Pine, Bruce 1943-1946
Box 5 Placid Harbor 1948
Box 5 Q, R 1939-1966
Box 5 Rickenbacker, Eddie 1947-1966
Box 5 Roosevelt, Franklin D. 1935
Box 6 Sockman, Ralph W. 1965
Box 6 Steelman, John R. 1946
Box 6 Stimson, Henry L. (photostat) 1941
Box 6 Straus, Lewis L. 1954, 1955
Box 6 Swope, Herbert Bayard 1958
Box 6 Symington, Stuart 1953
Box 6 T 1941-1965
Box 6 Tumulty, Joseph P. 1934
Box 6 U, V 1945-1966
Box 6 Vandenberg, Arthur H. 1942
Box 6 Van Roijen, Dr. J.H. 1960
Box 6 Wa-Wg 1936-1966
Box 7 Wh-Wy 1929-1966
Box 7 Wagner, Harold M. 1960, 1961
Box 7 Wheeler, Burton K. 1958
Box 7 Y, Z 1944-1965
Box 7 Unidentified 1930-1962
Fan Mail
Box 7 1942-1954
Box 7 1957 June-December
Box 7 1958 March
Box 7 1959, 1968
Box 7 1961 Jan., May
Box 8 1961, June, July, Aug., Sept.-Dec.
Box 8 1964, Jan., Feb., April-June, Aug., Sept.-Oct.; 1965, Jan.-Dec.
Box 8 1966, Jan.-March
Box 9 1966, April-Dec.
Box 9 1967, undated
Outgoing
Box 9 1942
Box 9 1943
Box 9 1944, Jan-Apr
Box 10 1944, May-Dec
Box 11 1945
Box 12 1946, Jan-Oct
Box 13 1946, Nov-Dec
Box 13 1947, Jan-Jun
Box 14 1947, Jul-Dec
Box 14 1948, Jan-Dec
Box 14 Undated, 1952-1966
Correspondence of others
Box 15 B, R, S 1939, 1961
Box 15 Garland, J.S. from F. Scott Fitzgerald 1920
Box 15 Lewis, Alice Huston (wife) 1930-1962
Box 15 Lewis, Betsy (daughter) 1931-1952, undated
Broadcasts (Part I)
Radio broadcasts
Box 16 1949
Box 16 1950, April
Mutual
Box 17 undated, mss. (5 folders)
Box 17 1949-1959
Box 17 Aug. 1947, mss.
Broadcasts
Box 18 Mar 1950-Feb 1951
Box 19 Nov 1951-Dec 1952
Box 20 Jan 1953-Mar 1954
Box 21 Jun 1954-Mar 1955
Box 22 Apr 1955-Dec 1955
Box 23 Jan 1956-Sep 1956
Box 24 Apr 1957-Apr 1958 - Oct-Dec 1957: book 31
Box 25 May 1958-Apr 1959 - Sep-Dec 1958: book 34
Box 26 May 1959-Jul 1959 : book 36
Mutual Broadcasts
Box 26 1932, circa 1937
Box 26 1944, Jan-March
Box 27 1944, May, Aug, Oct, Nov
Box 28 1940, July
Box 28 1943, Nov-Dec
Box 28 1944, Jan-Aug
Box 29 1944, Sept-1945, Jun
Box 30 1945, July, Oct-Dec
Box 30 1946, March
Box 30 1946, Nov, Dec
Box 30 1948, July, Aug, Sept
Box 30 1951, April, May
Box 30 1957, Feb-May
Box 30 1959, April
Box 30 Guest Commentators 1939-1946
Box 30 1954 Occupations of F.L., Jr's listeners
Box 30 1963-1966 Publicity Material
"Your Defense Reporter"
Box 32 Published Material 1941, May-Dec.
There is no Box 31, it has been combined into Box 32.
Box 32 1942, Jan.-June
"Chimney Sweep"
Box 32 Broadcast manuscripts 1945, Oct.- 1946, Feb.
Box 32 Publicity Material 1945-1946
"Your Right to Say It"
Box 33 Published Material 1948, March
"Top of the News"
Manuscripts
Box 33 1961, Jan.-March
Box 34 1961, March-June
Box 34 1962, July-Sept.
Box 35 1962, Oct.-Dec.
Box 35 1963, Jan.-Feb.
Box 36 1963, March-Aug.
Box 37 1963, Aug.-Dec.
Box 37 1964 - See Vol. 38, 39, 40
Box 37 1965 - See Vol. 40, 41, 42
Box 37A 1955 Sept.-Dec
Box 38 1965
Box 38 1966, Jan.-May
Box 38 1966, June-Aug.
Published Material, Vol. 43
Box 39 1959, Dec.-1960, Jan
Box 39 1960, Jan.-Dec.
Box 39 1961, Feb., March, May-June
Box 40 1961, July-Dec.
Box 40 1962, Jan.-July
Box 40 1963 Published Material
Box 40 1963, Oct.-Nov.
Box 40 1964, Aug., Dec.
Box 40 1965, Jan.-May
Box 41 1964, Jan.-May
Box 41 1964, June-Oct.
Box 41 1964, Nov.-March, 1965
Box 41 1965, April-Aug.
Box 42 1965, June-Dec.
Box 42 1966, Aug.
News Spot Manuscripts
Box 42 1961, Sept.-1962, Dec. (Vol. 44)
Box 42 1963, Jan.-1964, July (Vol. 45)
Box 42 1964, Aug.-1965, Dec. (Vol. 46)
Commercials
Box 42 1953-1957
Box 42 1957 Acousticon commercials
Box 42 1958 Acousticon commercials
5 Minute
Box 42A Sept., 1961-1962
Box 42B Jan., 1963-July, 1964
Box 42C Aug., 1964-Dec., 1965
Commercials
Box 43 1959
Box 43 1962
Box 43 1963
Box 43 1964
Chimney Sweep
Box 44 Correspondence 1964
Commercials
Box 44 1965
Box 44 1966
Box 44 Undated
Reports about Lewis' Broadcasts
Box 44 1950, Feb.-Dec.
Box 44 1951, Jan.-June
Box 44 1952, Feb.-Sept.
Box 44 1953, Feb.-Dec.
Box 44 1954, Jan.-Dec.
Box 44 1955-1957
News publications (Part I)
Washington Herald
Published material
Box 45 1925, March, May, July-Aug., Oct., Nov.
Box 45 1926, April
Box 45 1931, Jan., Feb., July
Box 45 1932, July-Aug.
Box 45 1933, May
Box 45 1934, Jan., Feb.
Box 45 1935, July-Sept.
Box 45 1937, Jan. 1944, Feb. undated
"Washington Sideshow"
Published material
Box 45 1931, Feb.
Box 45 1933, Jan.
Box 45 1934, Jan., Feb., no month or day indicated
Box 45 1935, Jan., Dec.
Box 45 1936, Jan., Feb., March, April, May, June, undated
"Universal Service"
Published material
Box 45 1934, 1935
Box 45 1954
Box 45 undated
"Angler and Hunter"
Published Material
Box 45 1935, Oct.
Box 45 1937, May-June
Box 45 Undated
"Washington Report"
Manuscripts
Box 45 1944, Feb.-March
Box 46 1944, March-Dec.
Box 46 1945, Jan.
Box 46 1950, Oct.-Dec.
Box 46 1951, Jan.-March
Box 47 1951, April-Dec.
Box 47 1952, Jan.-March
Box 48 1952, April-Dec.
Box 48 1953, Jan., Feb.
Box 49 1953, March-June, Aug.-Nov.
Box 49 1954, Feb., March, July-Oct., Dec.
Box 49 1955, Jan.-June, Aug., Nov.
Box 49 1956, March, June
Box 49 1957, Jan., March, May, Aug., Dec.
Box 49 1959, Jan., Feb., May, Nov.
Box 49 1960, Jan.-April, June-Dec.
Box 50 1961, Jan., April-May, Aug.-Sept, Nov.-Dec.
Box 50 1962, April
Box 50 1965, Jan.-July
Box 50 1961-1965, copies
Published material
Box 51 1950
Box 51 1952, June-Dec.
Box 51 1953, Jan.-June
Box 52 1953, July-1954, Jan.
Box 52 1954, Feb.-Aug.
Box 53 1954, Sept.-Dec.
Box 53 1955, Jan.-Nov.
Box 54 1955, Dec.
Box 54 1956, Jan.-Dec.
Box 54 1957, Jan.
Box 55 1957, Feb.-Dec.
Box 55 1958, Jan.-May
Box 56 1958, June-Dec.
Box 56 1959, Jan.-July
Box 57 1959, Aug.-Dec.
Box 57 1960, Jan.-Dec.
Box 57 1961, Jan.-Feb.
Box 58 1961, March-Dec.
Box 58 1962, Jan.-Aug.
Box 59 1962, Sept.-Dec.
Box 59 1963, Jan.-Dec.
Box 59 1964, Jan.-Feb.
Box 60 1964, March-Dec.
Box 60 1965, Jan.-June
Box 61 1965, July-Dec.
Box 61 1966, Jan.
Box 62 1966, Feb-May
Box 63 1966, June-Aug.
"Fulton Lewis, Jr. Says"
Published Material
Box 63 1944, March, April, undated
"Exclusive"
Published material
Box 64 1955, Nov., Dec.
Box 64 1956, Jan.-Dec.
Box 64 1957, Jan.-Dec.
Box 65 1958, Jan.-Dec.
Box 65 1959, Jan.-Dec.
Box 65 1960, Jan.-May
Box 66 1960, June-Dec.
Box 66 1963, Dec.
Box 66 1964, Jan.-April, June-Dec.
Box 66 1965, Aug.-Dec.
Box 66 1966, Jan.-Aug.
Box 67 1957, Oct.-Dec.
Box 67 1958, Jan.-March
Commentary
Box 67 Published material 1961, Oct.
Buffalo Courier Express
Box 67 Manuscripts undated
Other productions (Part I)
Television series
Scripts
Box 68 Program 1, Harry Dexter White 1954 - final draft, typescript copy
Box 68 Program 2, Guatemala 1954 - final draft, carbon
Box 68 Program 3, Civil Service 1954 - final draft, typescript copy
Box 68 Program 4, Special Weapons 1954 - final draft, typescript copy
Box 68 Program 5, Manpower & Defense 1954 - final draft, carbon copy
Box 68 Program 6, The Institute of the Pacific 1954 - final draft, carbon copy
Box 68 Program 8, The Coffee Situation 1954 - final draft, carbon copy
Box 68 Program 12, Puerto Rico 1954 - notes and final draft, holograph, typescript and carbon copies
Box 68 Program 13, Brainwashing-Part I, 1954 - Notes and final draft, holograph typescript, and carbon
Box 68 Program 14, Brainwashing-Part II 1954 - final draft, carbon
Box 68 Program 15, The Lie Detector 1954 - final draft, typescript
Box 68 Program 16, Senatorial Elections 1954 - final draft, typescript
Box 68 Program 17, Federal Housing Agency 1954 - final draft, typescript
Box 68 Program 18, Background of the McCarthy-Army Hearings 1954 - final draft, typescript
Box 68 Program 19, McCarthy-Stevens Wrangle 1954 - final draft, carbon
Box 68 Program 20, Personalities in the Hearings 1954 - final draft, lightly revised, typescript
Box 68 Program 21, Central America 1954 - final draft, carbon
Box 68 Program 22, The President and the Democrats 1954 - final draft, carbon
Box 68 Not numbered, Investigation of Investigations 1954 - final draft, carbon
Box 68 Not numbered, Tennessee Valley Authority 1954 - final draft, typescript
Box 68 Not numbered, Western European Union 1954 - draft, lightly revised typescript and carbon
Box 68 Program 1, Formosa, Land Reform 1955 - draft, heavily revised typescript
Box 68 Program 3, Quemoy Island 1955 - draft, heavily revised typescript
Box 68 Program 5, Continental Defense 1955 - draft, work sheets, holograph, typescript and carbon
Box 69 Program 6, General George E. Stratemeyer 1955 - draft, heavily revised typescript, and carbon
Box 69 Program 9, Argonne 1955 - draft, typescript and carbon
Box 69 Program 10, France, The Problem Child 1955 - final draft, typescript and carbon
Box 69 Program 11, Spain 1955 - notes and final draft, holograph, heavily revised typescript and carbon
Box 69 Program 13, Interview with Major General Claire Chennault 1955 - draft, lightly revised, typescript
Box 69 Program 14, German Recovery 1955 - notes and draft, heavily revised carbon
Box 69 Program 15, FBI 1955 - draft, heavily revised typescript
Box 69 Program 16, FBI Training 1955 - draft, typescript
Box 69 Program 17, Junior Achievement 1955 - draft, lightly revised typescript
Box 69 Program 18, Air Force Academy 1955 - draft, lightly revised typescript
Box 69 Program 19, Heart Diseases 1955 - draft, lightly revised carbon
Box 69 Program 20, Idlewild International Airport in NY 1955 - draft, lightly revised typescript and carbon
Box 69 Program 21, This Small World 1955 - draft, typescript
Box 69 Program 22 & 23, Narcotics 1955 - final draft, lightly revised carbon
Box 69 Program 24 & 25, Guatemala 1955 - draft, heavily revised typescript
Box 69 Program 26, Inter-American Highway 1955 - draft, typescript and lightly revised carbon
Subject arrangement
Box 69 Advertisement for TV Program, "War of Worlds"
Box 69 Biography of Edgar Faure, President of Council of Ministers, France 1955
Box 69 Correspondence April, Sept, 1954, undated
Box 69 Lists - Commissionable Price List 1953
Box 69 Lists - TV Stations 1954
Box 69 Publicity 1946, 1954-1955
Manuscripts and published material by Lewis
Articles, manuscript
Box 70 America at War undated
Box 70 America's Town Meeting of the Air 1946
Box 70 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 1944
Box 70 The Communist Nature of the American Civil Liberties Union undated
Box 70 Cordell Hull; Errand Boy 1935
Box 70 Daughters of the American Revolution Congress 1962
Box 70 Democracy with a Gun in its Ribs
Box 70 The Knicker-Bocker Disaster undated 1955
Box 70 Memorandum re Germany 1955
Box 70 "On This Side of the Iron Curtain, Who are Our Friends and Who are Our Enemies?" 1955
Box 70 The Paradox of Reciprocal Tariff Agreements undated
Box 70 The Psaltre Sermon undated
Box 70 Three Hundred Years of Tradition undated
Box 70 Untitled - at Annual Meeting of Stockholders 1954
Box 70 Untitled - re Atomic Energy undated
Box 70 Untitled - re Gettysburg, Penn. Battle of 1863
Box 70 Untitled - re Politicians 1962
Box 70 Untitled - re The 75th Congress undated
Articles, published
Box 70 "A Gatt in Your Ribs" 1956
Box 70 Can Beryllium Break the Bottleneck? undated
Box 70 Has the Youth Congress Washed Itself Out? 1940
Box 70 How the Republicans Hope to Beat Roosevelt 1936
Books, manuscripts
Box 71 about Co-operatives 1948
Dramatic sketch, manuscript
Box 71 "Heroism" undated
Interviews, manuscripts
Box 71 with President Chiang Kai-Shek 1954
Box 71 with Admiral Sir John Edelsten 1953
Box 71 with Joe Smith undated
Plays, manuscripts
Box 71 untitled undated
Box 71 untitled, incomplete
Poems, manuscripts
Box 72 Doug's Communiqué undated
Box 72 Halloween Motif undated
Box 72 The W.S.S. Campaign undated
Short stories, manuscripts
Box 72 "A Picture" undated
Box 72 "The Beggar Who Rode" undated
Box 72 "The Final Curtain" undated
Box 72 "Fog"
Box 72 "God of the Ups and Downs" undated
Box 72 "His Wife" 1923
Box 72 "Never-Come-Back Island" undated
Box 72 "The Patriarch" (incomplete) undated
Box 72 "Pay It With Flowers" (incomplete) undated
Box 72 "Pharaoh's Army Gits Drowned" undated
Box 73 "So This is Jail" undated
Box 73 "Stowaway" (incomplete) undated
Box 73 "The Once" undated
Box 73 "This is the Way the Ladies Ride" undated
Box 73 "Two for the Money" undated
Box 73 "Two Men Find Each Other" undated
Box 73 "The Walled Garden" 1932
Box 73 "The Wooden Indian" undated
Box 73 "The Young Man of the Mountains" undated
Box 73 Untitled undated
Box 73 Fragments, unidentifiable undated
Box 74 Fragments, unidentifiable undated
Manuscripts by others
Box 74 Articles about Lewis, published
Box 74 C 1938-1965
Box 74 K-O 1940-1966
Box 74 T-W 1940-1954
Box 74 Author unknown, no title undated
Box 74 Book, An American With Guts, by Edward Edell undated - galley proof
Reference files (Part I)
General files
Box 75 Abolition clippings 1961
Box 75 American College of Radio Reporters 1944
Box 75 American Medical Association 1965
Box 75 AMA Medicare 1965, 1964-1965
Box 75 American Mercury 1947
Box 75 American Speakers & Writers Bureau, Inc. 1946
Box 75 America's Town Meeting of the Air 1946
Box 75 America Writer's Association 1946
Box 75 Anti-Semitic 1951-1960
Box 75 Appropriations 1947
Box 76 Articles 1942-1946
Box 76 Balsam, Louis 1941-1944
Balsam, Louis vs. Fulton Lewis, Jr. 1944 - Jan. 24, 25, 26, 27
Box 76 Benton, William 1947
[John] Birch Society 1959, Sept 15, 1961
Box 76 Baker, Bobby 1965
Box 76 Braceros (Farm Labor) 1962-1965
Box 77 Brand's 1964
Box 77 Bricker, Governor John 1944
Box 77 Bridges, Senator 1961 - comments, clippings
Box 77 Broadcasts (not made) 1959
Box 77 Bunche, Dr. Ralph 1962
Box 77 Bundy, Edgar C. 1958-1960
Box 77 Business, Letter, Congressional 1948, June
Box 77 Campaigns 1960
Box 77 Choir 1948
Box 77 Column ideas undated
Box 77 Civil rights 1964, 1965-1966
Box 77 Coal 1946
Box 77 Communism 1946-1947
Box 77 Condolence 1948
Box 78 Congressional Material 1947-1948
Box 78 Connally Amendment 1945, 1960
Box 78 Contests 1947
Box 78 Copper 1946-1948
Box 78 Cuba 1963-1967, 1960-1961
Box 78 Dahlberg, Reverend Edwin 1943, 1958
Box 78 Dean, Mervell M. 1947
Box 78 Democratic National Convention undated
Box 78 Dewey, Governor Thomas E. 1948, 1943-1944
Box 78 Dolph, W.B. 1941-1947
Box 78 DuPont Award 1942-1948
Box 79 Eaton, Cyrus 1961
Box 79 Economics 1947
Box 79 Edwards, William J. 1946
Box 79 Election Material 1944
Box 79 Ensign, Madeline (Carol Story) 1945
Box 79 Fact 1965
Box 79 FBI 1949
Box 79 Foreign Aid 1964
Box 79 Foreign Aid, Russian 1965
Box 79 Foreign Policy Association 1963-1964
Freedom Academy 1959-1960
Box 79 Granik, Theodore undated
Box 79 Greek Junket 1961
Box 80 Goldwater 1963, 1964
Box 80 Goldwater-Miller Support 1964
Box 80 "Guideposts" 1950
Box 80 Hillman, Sidney 1942
Box 80 Hillman, Sidney & Communist Political Assoc. 1944
Box 80 Honolulu 1942-1946, undated
Box 81 Homosexuals 1965
Box 81 House of Un-American Activities 1959-1960
Box 81 Horses 1947
Box 81 Housing 1946, 1947, 1955
Box 81 Hungarian Delegation 1957
Box 81 Hungary 1965
Box 81 Imports 1962
Box 81 Indians 1961
Box 81 "In Fact" 1947
Box 82 International Council of Christian Churches 1960
Box 82 Jenkins, Walter 1964
Box 82 Johnson 1964 - speeches
Box 82 Jordon, Major 1949, 1950
Box 82 Kempton, James Murray 1958
Box 82 Kornitzer, Bela 1960
Box 82 Labor 1947
Box 82 Landrum 1960
Box 82 Latin America 1960
Box 82 Legal cases undated
Box 82 Legal proceedings 1946, 1947
Box 82 Lewis, Fulton Jr. 1962
Box 82 Lewis Machine Tool Co. undated
Lewis, Fulton Jr.
Box 82 Notes 1964, 1965, undated
Box 82 Notes re tour in East Berlin undated
Box 82 Fulton Lewis Jr. for President Club 1947-1949
Box 83 Look Magazine 1947
Box 83 Lumber 1946
Box 83 Lustron-Tucker Co. Housing 1946
Box 83 Mail & misc. 1940, 1942, 1945
Box 83 MacArthur, Douglas (General) 1952, 1964
Box 83 McCarthy undated
Box 83 McIntire, Dr. 1966
Box 84 Meat 1945, 1946, 1964
Box 84 Medicare 1965
Box 84 Minnesota Shakedown 1944
Box 84 Minuteman undated
Box 84 Miscellaneous 1942, 1945, 1947
Box 84 Morris, George 1959
Box 84 Movies 1947
Box 84 Music undated
National Council of Churches
Box 84 1961, 1965
Box 85 1966
Box 85 1960-1961
Box 85 1946-1960
Box 86 1960-1965
Box 87 1960
Box 87 Navy Plan for National Security 1946
Box 87 Newspaper clippings and editorials 1945
Box 87 Mme Ngo Dinh Nhu 1964
Box 87 Oakland, Inc. 1944
Box 87 Oceanography 1965
Box 87 O'dell 1963
Box 87 Office 1940
Box 87 Office correspondence 1945, 1946, 1948
Box 87 Office supplies 1947
Box 87 Operation Abolition 1960, 1961
Box 88 Operation Abolition 1961
Box 88 Opocensky, Milan 1958, 1964
Box 88 Oppenheimer 1954, 1955, 1956
Box 88 Organs 1948, 1950, 1952
Box 89 Organs 1949-1957, 1948-1959
Box 89 Orr, Ella undated
Box 89 Oxnam, Bishop G. Bromley 1954-1959
Box 89 Paid bills 1948
Box 89 Panama Canal 1963-1965
Box 89 Pan American Highway 1945
Box 90 Pan American Highway 1945-1946
Box 90 Peace 1962-1964
Box 90 Pearl Harbor Investigation 1940-1945
Box 91 Pearl Harbor Investigation 1941-1947
Box 91 Personal records 1946
Box 91 Placid Harbor 1944, 1945
Box 92 Placid Harbor 1946
Box 92 Police Terror in the US 1950
Box 92 Political Action Committee 1944
Box 92 Possibilities Unlimited 1946
Box 92 Postmaster General 1930
Box 92 Prayer, The Lord's (teenage version) 1957-1961
Box 92 Prayers 1962-1967
Box 92 Presidential Disability 1957
Box 93 Radio Correspondents' Association 1939-1945
Box 93 Ratings 1956
Right to Work
Box 93 1965, 1966
Box 94 1966
Box 94 Roberts, Holland De Witt 1959
Box 94 Roberts, Arch E. Major 1962
Box 94 Rohl, Wyman, Carol undated
Box 94 Roosevelt, Elliott 1946
Box 94 Rural Electrification Act 1955-1957
Box 94 Rusk, Dean 1961
Box 94 Saturday Evening Post 1947
Box 94 Southern Senatorial Candidates 1962
Box 94 Selma, Alabama, Rep. William L. Dickinson 1965
Box 94 Smith, Anti-strike Bill 1947
Box 94 Spofford, Rev. William B. undated
Box 94 Stamps 1946, 1948
Box 94 Sugar 1946, 1947
Box 95 Sugar 1946
Box 95 Sussman, Lelia 1945
Box 95 Synthetic rubber 1942
Box 95 Textiles 1960
Box 95 Transcriptions 1947
Box 96 Teletypes undated
Box 96 Tennessee Valley Authority 1949
Box 96 Three Little Swiss Guys 1947
Box 96 Unemployment Insurance 1947
Box 96 Un-American Activities Committee 1959
Box 96 Veterans Training and Unemployment Compensation
Box 96 Vietnam 1963-1965
Box 96 Wallace, Henry Agard 1945
Box 96 Wallace, Mike 1958, Feb. - interview
Box 96 White Radio Bill 1947
Box 96 Winchell, Walter 1947
Box 96 Wol, "the voice of Washington" 1947
Box 96 Wheat 1964
Box 96 Wooden Church Crusader 1954, 1956
Box 97 Wyzaski, Judge 1961
Box 97 Week News clippings undated
Fund for the Republic
Box 97 General 1953-1961 - clippings, correspondence, pamphlets
Box 98 Academic Freedom 1956
Box 98 American Heritage 1955
Box 98 American Legion 1955
Box 98 Awards and grants 1955, 1956
Box 98 Bibliography 1952, 1953, 1955
Box 98 Black listing 1956
Box 98 Congressional Investigation 1955
Box 99 Council for Social Action 1955, 1956
Box 99 Film Project 1956
Box 99 Ford, Henry II 1955
Ford Foundation -
Box 99 General 1954, 1955, 1963
Box 100 Reports 1953, 1955, 1958
Box 100 Great Books 1955, 1956
Box 100 Hallock, Hoffman 1953-1956
Box 100 Herblock 1955
Hoffman, Paul G.
Box 100 Correspondence 1955, 1956
Box 101 Clippings 1952, 1956
Box 101 Books, magazines, press releases 1951, 1955, 1956
Box 101 Hutchis, Robert M. 1959
Box 101 Jury tapping 1955
Box 101 Millis, Walter 1955
Box 101 Other foundations 1953-1955
Box 101 Racial Equality 1955-1956
Box 101 Reece Committee 1953-1955
Box 101 Richard Rovere 1956
Box 101 Rossiter, Clinton 1955, 1956
Box 102 Security 1955
Box 102 Southern Methodist University 1955
Box 102 Stanford University 1955
Box 102 The Tablet 1955
Box 102 Talking Books Project 1956
Box 102 UNESCO 1955
Box 102 World Federalists 1954
General Agreements on Tariff and trade correspondence (GATT)
General
Box 102 Books, clippings 1955, 1956, 1958
Box 103 Government publications 1954-1958
Box 103 Manuscripts, mimeographed material, pamphlets, photostats 1955-1958
Box 104 Agriculture 1958
Box 104 Airplanes 1958
Box 104 Boats 1956
Box 104 Binoculars, Cameras 1956
Box 104 Ceramics, Glassware 1956, 1957, 1958
Box 104 Chamber of Commerce 1956, 1957
Box 104 Cigarette lighters 1956
Box 104 Clothing 1956
Box 104 Electrical Equipment 1957
Box 104 Factories closing 1956, 1958
Box 104 Flowers 1956
Foods
Box 104 Correspondence 1956-1958
Box 105 Published material 1956-1958
Box 105 Furniture 1956
Box 105 Household goods 1957
Box 105 International Trade Organization 1956
Box 105 Labor 1956-1958
Box 105 Laos 1956-1959
Box 105 League of Women Voters 1955-1956
Box 105 Leather 1957
Box 105 Linen 1956
Box 106 Liquor 1958
Box 106 Machinery & motors 1956
Box 106 Metals 1956-1958
Box 106 Musical Instruments 1958
Box 106 Nails 1954
Box 106 Oil 1956-1958
Box 106 Paid Mass Orders 1956
Box 106 Reciprocal Trade Act Renewal 1958
Box 106 Roller Bearings 1957
Box 107 Rope 1954
Textiles
Box 107 Correspondence. & reports 1956-1958
Box 107 Published material 1955-1957
Box 107 Thermometers 1956
Box 107 Time pieces 1956-1958
Box 107 Tobacco 1956
Box 107 Umbrellas 1954
Box 107 Wood 1956-1958
Box 107 Wool 1956
Radio Free Europe
Box 108 Advertising Council 1958
Box 108 American Legion 1958
Box 108 American Telephone & Telegraph Co. [AT&T] 1958
Box 108 Anonymous letters 1958
Box 108 Assembly of Captive European Nations 1958
Box 108 Atlantic Refining Co. 1958
Box 108 Bartholomew Case 1958
Box 108 Brada, George 1958
Box 109 Chrysler Co. 1958
Box 109 Clardy, Kit 1955, 1958
Box 109 Congressional Investigation request 1958
Box 109 Corporations & stockholders 1958
Crusade for Freedom
Box 109 Correspondence about 1957, 1958
Box 110 Correspondence from, clippings 1957, 1958
Box 111 Published material 1957, 1958
Box 111 Radio advertising 1958
Box 111 Czechoslovakia (from Mr. Sisa) 1951-1958
Box 112 Defectors 1957, 1958
Box 112 East Europe (magazines) 1957, 1958
Box 112 Ex Employees 1958
Box 112 Facts Forum 1956
Box 112 General undated
Box 113 General Motors Corp. 1950
Box 113 Heinlich, Bill 1957
Box 113 Hungary 1956-1957
Box 113 Investigation 1957
Box 113 Liberation Committees 1958
Box 113 London Polish Daily 1958
Box 113 Mikees, Dr. Joseph 1957
Box 113 Mss. and Notes 1953, 1957, 1958
Box 113 Monsanto Chemical Co. 1958
Box 113 New York Daily Guidance (photostats) 1957
Box 113 Otto at Austria 1957, 1958
Box 113 Peters, Dr. Bislav 1957
Box 114 Poland 1952, 1954, 1958
Box 114 Readers Digest 1958
Box 114 Roumania 1958
Box 114 Sisa, Stephen 1957, 1958
Box 114 Socony Mobil Oil Co. 1958
Box 114 Standard Oil Co. at New Jersey 1958
Box 114 State Department 1958
Box 114 Sworn statements of F. Lewis Jr. Exhibits 1958
Box 114 The Texas Company 1958
Box 114 United States Government 1958
Box 114 Washington Report Column 1957
Box 114 Westinghouse Corporation 1958
Box 114 Withycomb, Donald 1951, 1952
Office of Price Administration File
Box 115 Automobiles 1946
Box 115 Cattle 1944
Box 115 Chester Bowles-Paul Porter 1946
Box 115 Congressional Mail 1946
Box 115 Cost of Living undated
Box 115 Cotton 1946
Box 115 Dairy Products 1946
Box 115 Dry Goods 1946
Box 115 Food 1946
Box 115 Gasoline (Wichata Case)
Box 115 General-OPA (Office of Price Administration)
Box 116 General-OPA (Office of Price Administration)
Box 116 Hides 1946
Box 116 Letters praising Fulton Lewis Jr. 1946
Box 116 Letters in favor 1946
Box 116 Livingston, John C. undated - interview or broadcast
Box 116 Lumber 1946
Box 116 Meat 1946
Box 117 Mail results 1946
Box 117 Metals 1946
Box 117 Misc. cases 1946
Box 117 National Association of Manufacturers 1946
Box 117 Personnel 1945
Box 117 Propaganda 1946
Box 117 Petroleum 1946
Box 117 Rent 1946
Box 117 Schy, Sigmund 1946
Box 117 Steel 1946
Box 117 Sugar 1946
Box 117 Textiles 1946
Box 117 Thorsen, Wallace 1946
Box 118 The Three Little Swiss 1946
Co-operatives File
Box 119 Correspondence 1947, 1948
Box 119 Cases in relation to Farmers' Cooperative Association 1947
Box 119 Comments & citations on broadcasts of F. Lewis 1947
Box 119 Clippings, published material
Box 120 Correspondence, published material 1947
Box 120 Clippings, published material 1947
General
Box 121 1944-1948
Box 122 1946-1948
Personal file (Part I)
News clippings about Lewis
Box 123 1920-1948
Box 124 1949, Jan.-Dec.
Box 125 1949, Dec.
Box 126 1949, Dec., months of 1949
Box 127 1950, Jan.-Feb. - unarranged
Box 128 1950, April, Aug.-Nov., 1951 all months, 1951, Jan.
Box 129 1951, Feb., March, May, June
Box 130 1951, July-1952, April
Box 131 1952, May-Dec.
Box 132 1953, Jan.-July, 1953, all months - clippings
Box 133 1953, Aug.-Nov., 1954
Box 134 1955-1963, 1965-1966
Box 135 1966
Box 135 Undated - clippings
Box 135 Lewis Indictment clippings
Box 135 McCarthy-Lewis Clippings 1954
Box 136 McCarthy-Lewis Clippings 1954
Box 136A Film, "Wheels across India"
Box 137 Clippings, unarranged
Business records
Box 138 Expense accounts 1943-1947
Box 138 Insurance, legal 1948
Box 139 Itinerary 1944-1947, 1949
Lectures and trips
Box 139 Overseas trip 1945
Box 139 Outline for lecture series 1960
Box 139 Grande Forks, North Dakota 1965
Box 139 Brownwood, Texas 1965
Box 139 Birmingham, Alabama 1965
Box 139 Los Angeles, California 1965
Box 139 Portland, Oregon 1965
Box 139 Terre Haute, Indiana 1966
Box 139 Canton, Ohio 1966
Box 139 Miscellaneous 1945, undated
Box Box 139 139 Azusa, California undated
Family Items
Box 139 Air Force Medal
Box 139 Balance of Elizabeth's estate in the bank
Box 140 Betsy Lewis
Box 140 Fulton Lewis III & Betsy Lewis bulletins
Box 140 Betsy Lewis high school book
Box 140 Diary, passport, & mementos
Box 141 Fulton Lewis degrees
Fulton Lewis, Jr.
Box 141 Fan letter file
Box 141 Personal correspondence
Box 141 Diploma
Box 141 Medical report
Box 141 Report about
Box 141 School papers
Box 141 Horoscope
Box 141 Compositions 1922-1923
Box 141 Placid Harbor plans
Box 141 Letters
Box 141 Literary works of Fulton Lewis, Jr.
Box 141 Mrs. Lewis' horticultural awards
Box 141 Most Interesting Experience
Scrapbooks
Box 142 [untitled]
Box 143 [untitled]
Box 144 [untitled]
Box 145 [untitled]
Box 145A [untitled]
Box 145B [untitled]
Box 146 [untitled]
Box 147 Mrs. Lewis, Inaugural Committee 1953
Box 147 Placid Harbor, furnishings
Box 147 Publicity, Fulton Lewis, Jr.
Box 147 Real estate, blue prints
Box 147 Music by Fulton Lewis, Jr.
Awards
Box 148 #17 - Washington Times-Herald
Box 148 #13 - Sigma Delta Chi
Box 148 #12 - Rockford Chamber of Commerce
Box 148 #11 - National Association of frozen food manufacturers
Box 148 #9 - Houston Junior Chamber of Commerce
Box 148 #8 - Horizon Land Corp.-Arizona
Box 148 #7 - Knights of Columbus-Dover, New Hampshire
Box 148 #5 - Anti-Communist Confederation of Polish freedom fighters
Box 148 #6 - Chicago Better Business Bureau, Inc.
Box 148 #3 - American Legion
Box 148 #4 - American Legion
Box 149 Sales Executives Club of N.Y.
Box 149 McKinley, Gaven
Box 149 Awards correspondence
Box 149 Awards A-D
Box 149 DuPont Radio Commentator Award
Box 149 Awards E-Y
Box 149 Fight Communism Committee Award of Merit
Box 149 Senate of Texas Award
Photos
Fulton Lewis, Jr.
Box 150 Self portraits
Box 150 On podium
Box 150 Behind podium
Box 150 Speaking
Box 150 Front of the capitol
Box 150 Office work
Box 150 Engagement
Box 150 Receiving awards
Box 151 Advertising
Box 151 On the farm
Box 151 Family
Box 151 Church choir
Box 151 Canton Baptist Temple
Box 151 Garage scenes
Box 151 Military scenes
Box 151 Negatives
Box 151 Travel
Box 151 Fulton Lewis III
Box 151 Claudius Huston
Box 151 Misc.
Autographed Photos
Box 151 Joseph Stalin
Box 151 Chiang Kai-Shek
Box 151 James A. Farley
Box 151 Clifford Barryman
Box 151A #1-The National Society of Children of the Am. Rev. and Alfred J. DuPont Radio Awards foundation
Box 151B American Jewish League Against Communism
Box 151C #16-United Business Men's Association of Phila.
Box 151D Mutual Broadcasting Syst. - in memory of F.L.
Box 151E F.L. Photographic Records
Drawings
Box 152 Andrual, Marietta Minningirode
Box 152 Baer, "Quick Takes"
Box Box 152 152 Berryman, C.K. Dec. 1935, 1937 Feb., 1939
Box 152 "Chairman Huston"
Crosby, P. 1937, Aug.
Box 152 Nicholson, R.W., "U.S. Atomic Secrets"
Box 152 Parish, Joe, "The Boss Chair" 1954
Box 152A Award #18
Films, records, tapes (Part I)
Films
Oversize 1 ADA (1)
Oversize 11 ADA (1)
Oversize 1 Airlift to Berlin (1)
Oversize 1 Air Force Academy (3)
Oversize 1 Alaska (1)
Oversize 1 Alaska (1) 1954
Oversize 1 Alaska, McCarthy (1)
Oversize 1 Americans for Democratic Action (1)
Oversize 11 Argonne Atomic Labs (1)
Oversize 1 Atomic Energy (Argonne Labs) (8)
Oversize 13 Atomic energy (1)
Oversize 2 Brainwashing (2)
Oversize 2 Chennault (4)
Oversize 2 Chiang-Kai-Shek (7)
Oversize 3 Chiang-Kai-Shek (1)
Oversize 2 Churchill (2)
Oversize 2 Coffee Prices (2) 1954
Oversize 3 Communist China (1) 1954
Oversize 3 Continental Air Defense Command (1)
Oversize 2 Economics (1) 1954
Oversize 14 Economics (1)
Oversize 3 Elections (1) 1954
Oversize 2 Europe (3)
Oversize 3 F.B.I. (2)
Oversize 6 F.B.I. (1)
Oversize 3 Fence Buster, Babe Ruth (1)
Oversize 3 F.H.A. (4)
Oversize 6 F.H.A. (1)
Oversize 12 Fills (1)
Oversize 12 F.L. Show (7)
Oversize 12 F.L. Tails (2)
Oversize 11 F.L. unidentified (5)
Oversize 14 Flexographs (1)
Oversize 3 Formosa (4)
Oversize 4 Formosa (1)
Oversize 4 France (9)
Oversize 5 France (1)
Oversize 4 Franco (8)
Oversize 13 Franco (1)
Oversize 4A [??]
Oversize 5 Franco (1)
Oversize 5 Germany (4)
Oversize 6 Grace Line #1 (1)
Oversize 3 Guatemala (1)
Oversize 5 Guatemala (7)
Oversize 6 Hearings #2 (1)
Oversize 5 Heart (1)
Oversize 6 Heart (3)
Oversize 5 Idlewild (3)
Oversize 5 Indo China (1)
Oversize 14 International Air (1)
Oversize 6 Japan (5)
Oversize 7 Japan (7)
Oversize 7 Junior Achievement (1)
Oversize 12 Junior Achievement (1)
Oversize 7 Junket #1 (1)
Oversize 7 Knowland (7)
Oversize 8 Knowland (6)
Oversize 8 Lie Detector (4)
Oversize 14 Lie Detector (1)
Oversize 8 Land Reform (2)
Oversize 3 McCarthy-Stevens Hearings (1)
Oversize 8 Manpower & Defense (1)
Oversize 8 Narcotics (6)
Oversize 9 Narcotics (3)
Oversize 8 New Weapons (1)
Oversize 8 Nike Missile (1)
Oversize 8 Oppenheimer (1)
Oversize 9 Pearson, Drew (6)
Oversize 9 Peterboro (1)
Oversize 9 Picket Ship (5)
Oversize 9 Placid Harbor (3)
Oversize 13 Printers (1)
Oversize 14 Promo #2 (1)
Oversize 10 Puerto Rico (2)
Oversize 9 Quemoy (6)
Oversize 10 Quemoy (1)
Oversize 10 Senate Elections (2)
Oversize 10 Spain (8)
Oversize 14 Spain (1)
Oversize 10 Strathmeyer (4)
Oversize 11 Strathmeyer (3)
Oversize 13 Trailer (1)
Oversize 11 TVA (4)
Oversize 13 Uncle Fultie (1)
Oversize 11 Volkswagen (1)
Oversize 11 WALA TV (1)
Oversize 9 Washington Merry-Go-Round (1)
Oversize 11 Washington Video (1)
Oversize 13 Washington Video (1)
Oversize 14 Washington Video (1)
Oversize 12 Unidentified (14)
Oversize 13 Unidentified (28)
Oversize 14 Unidentified (19)
Oversize 15 Unidentified (9)
Oversize 15A Unidentified (1)
Tapes - scripts included
Oversize 21 AEC Hearings
Oversize 21 Bending the Twig
Oversize 21 Buddy & Mouth Organ, "Ruby"
Oversize 21 Church Service 1954, March 28
Oversize 21 Chinese Christmas
Oversize 21 Christmas 1958
Oversize 21 Cuba, #1
Oversize 21 Cuba, #2
Oversize 21 Declaration of Independence 1957
Oversize 21 Easter Sunday 1954, April 18
Oversize 21 Mr. Espy, interview with
Fulton Lewis, Jr.
Oversize 21 1951, Nov. 22
Oversize 21 1953, Jan. 26
Oversize 21 1959, Aug. 12
Oversize 21 Openings
Oversize 21 Nov. 21 [no year]
Oversize 21 Aboard S.S. United States
Oversize 21 Goldwater, Barry 1964, June 5
Oversize 21 Goldwater-Lewis
Oversize 21 Guatemala, #2
Oversize 21 Hospital Ball
Oversize 21 Invasion of Formosa
Oversize 21 Dean Manion
Oversize 21 O'Daniel, W. Lee
Oversize 21 Play back
Oversize 21 PTA Institute
Oversize 21 Quemoy
Oversize 21 Rauh, Joseph R, Jr. 1956, June 25
Oversize 21 Reporter's Round up
Oversize 21 Saltz, Donald - interview
Tex & Jinx
Oversize 21 Interview with Robert Hutchings
Oversize 21 McKrary interview
Oversize 21 Tribute to Fulton Lewis, Jr. 1966, Nov. 22
Oversize 21 UNESCO Debate
Oversize 21 Whitney Bolton Commentary 1966, Nov. 22
Oversize 21 The World Today, F. Lewis Memorial 1966, Nov.
Oversize 22 Tapes, unlabeled
Oversize 23 Tapes, unlabeled
Records
Oversize 16 Christmas Carol program by Hollywood Choir -"Silent Night" & "Little Town of Bethlehem" (13) 1949
Oversize 17 Christmas Carol program by Hollywood Choir -"Silent Night" & "Little Town of Bethlehem" (23) 1949
Oversize 18 Christmas Eve Program by Betsy & Buddy Lewis (23) 1948
Oversize 19 Sound Scriber #1
Oversize 19A Award - American Legion - 4th Estate Oct. 10, 1962
Oversize 20 Sound Scriber #2
Miscellaneous
Oversize 23A Unidentified films (4)
Oversize 23A Film, Tapes of Congress and Senators (1)
Oversize 24 Award - TV and Radio Advertising Club of Phila.
Correspondence (Part II)
Throughout Part II of the Fulton Lewis Jr. Papers, box numbers restart with 1 at each series. Please specify series and box number when requesting material to ensure retrieval of the correct items.
Incoming
Box 1 A-B 1950-1953
Box 1 C 1950-1953
Box 1 D 1950-1953
Box 1 E 1951-1953
Box 1 F 1949-1964
Box 2 G 1950-1952
Box 2 H 1950-1952
Box 2 I-K 1950-1952
Box 2 L 1950-1953, undated
Box 2 M 1949-1953
Box 3 N-P 1949-1953
Box 3 Q-R 1950-1953
Box 3 S 1950-1953
Box 3 T-V 1950-1953
Box 3 W 1950-1953
Box 3 Y-Z; no name 1951-1952, undated
Outgoing
Box 1 1950 Jan. 16-Dec. 4
Box 1 1951 Jan. 5-Dec. 18
Box 1 1952 Jan. 7-Dec. 4
Box 1 1953 Jan. 3-Aug. 20
Box 1 1964 April 6-13, undated
Fan mail
Box 1 1950 Jan.-Dec.
Box 1 1951 Jan.-Dec.
Box 1 1952 May
Box 1 1956 Oct. 11
Box 1 1960 March, June, and Dec.
Box 1 1961 March, July, Sept.-Nov.
Box 1 1962 April.-Dec. 20
Box 1 1963 Jan. 1-Sept. 19 (4 folders)
Box 2 1963 Sept. 20-Nov. 30 (5 folders)
Box 2 1963, no day or month
Box 3 1963 Dec. 1-31
Box 3 1964 Jan.-Feb. 16
Box 4 1964 Feb. 17-Mar. 19
Box 5 1964 March 20-April 25
Box 6 1964 April 26-June 16
Box 7 1964 June 17-July 26
Box 8 1964 July 27-Aug. 6
Box 9 1964 Aug. 7-Sept. 15
Box 10 1964 Sept. 16, 30
Box 10 1964 Oct. 1-21
Box 11 1964 Oct. 26-Nov. 15
Box 12 1964 Nov. 16-Dec. 31, undated
Box 13 1964, undated, A-Z
Box 13 1965 Jan. 2-Feb. 18
Box 14 1965 Feb. 19-25
Box 15 1965 Feb. 25-28
Box 16 1965 Apr. 3-5
Box 17 1965 Apr. 5-8
Box 18 1965 Apr. 9-12
Box 19 1965 Apr. 13-July 31
Box 20 1965 Aug. 2-30
Box 20 1965 March 1-29
Box 21 1965 March 30-April 1
Box 22 1965 April 1-2
Box 23 1965 April 2
Box 24 1965 April 2
Box 25 1965 Sept. 1-Dec. 31
Box 25 1965, undated (2 folders)
Box 26 1966 Jan. 1-Mar. 30
Box 26 1966 April 2-30, no day
Box 26 1966 May 2-24, no day
Box 26 1966 June 16, 28
Box 26 1966 undated
Box 27 Undated (2 folders)
Subject files (Part II)
Box 1 Analysis of Federal Grants 1965
Broadcasts
Box 1 1953 Jan. 28
Box 1 1953 Feb. 9
Box 1 1953 March 2-4
Box 1 1953 March 16-30
Box 1 1953 April 14-15
Box 1 1953 June 22
Box 1 1953 July 4
Box 1 1953 Sept. 10-30
Box 1 1953 Oct. 21-30
Box 1 1953 Nov. 9-24
Box 1 1954 Jan. 12
Box 1 1954 July 26-27
Box 1 1954 Aug. 2-12
Box 1 1954 Nov. 24-25
Box 1 1955 Nov. 15-29
Box 1 1955 Dec. 1-8
Box 1 1956 Jan. 26
Box 1 1956 Feb. 2
Box 1 1956 May 11-23
Box 1 1957 Aug. 22-28
Box 1 1957 Oct. 31
Box 1 1957 Nov. 12-15
Box 1 1957 Dec. 16-27
Box 1 1958 Jan. 6-30
Box 1 1958 Feb. 4-27
Box 1 1958 March 5-14
Box 1 1958 March 17-31
Box 1 1958 April 1-18
Box 1 1958 May 7-8
Box 1 Undated
Box 1 Cards 1966
Box 1 Deposit Ticket undated
Editorials by others
Box 1 1953 Nov. 11-1966 April 7
Box 1 Undated
Box 2 Essays, A-W 1963-1965
Box 2 Hearings, C-J 1965
Box 2 Honorary Appointment 1963
Box 2 Information Kit "Miller" 1964
Box 2 Meeting Announcements and Invitations 1962-1966, undated (3 folders)
Box 2 Music Compositions 1963
Box 2 Office Memos 1960-1966, undated (5 folders)
Box 2 Order forms 1966
Box 2 Photograph undated
Box 2 Polls 1964
Box 2 Posters 1964-1966
Box 2 Railroad Graft 1966
Box 2 Rally Stamps 1966
Box 2 Reports, A-S 1963-1966
Box 3 Reprints 1938-1966
Box 3 Speeches 1951-1966
Box 3 Summary 1965
Teletypes-Introduction
Box 3 #7-59 undated
Box 3 #61-191 undated
Washington Report Rep.
Box 4 1954 Jan. 5-Oct. 28
Box 4 1954 Nov. 1-Dec. 29
Box 4 1955 Jan. 10-March 30
Box 4 1955 April 6-Sept. 21
Box 4 1955 Oct. 11-Dec. 23
Box 4 1957 Feb. 1-1958 April 16
Box 4 1959 Jan. 1-Feb. 25
Box 4 1959 March 1-April 26
Box 4 1959 May 4-July 19
Box 4 1959 Aug. 16-Dec. 22
Box 4 1960 Jan. 1-March 3
Box 4 1960 April 4-July 28
Box 4 1960 Aug.-Oct. 27
Box 4 1960 Nov. 2-Dec. 28
Box 4 1961 Jan. 9-Aug. 31
Box 4 1961 Sept. 4-Nov. 30
Box 4 1961 Dec. 4-28
Box 5 1962 Jan. 2-1963 Jan. 31
Box 5 1963 Feb 1-March 31
Box 5 1963 April 2-May 31
Box 5 1963 June 3-July 31
Box 5 1963 Aug. 5-Sept. 30
Box 5 1963 Oct. 1-Nov. 29
Box 5 1963 Dec. 2-30
Box 5 1964 Jan. 6-Feb. 28
Box 5 1964 March 2-April 30
Box 5 1964 May 4-June 29
Box 5 1964 July 1-Aug. 24
Box 5 1964 Sept. 2-Oct. 30
Box 5 1964 Nov. 2-Dec. 31
Box 5 1965 Aug. 2-1966 March 11
Manuscripts (Part II)
"Top of the News"
Box 1 Stencils of Lewis' Broadcasts on Radio Free Europe
Box 1 Miscellaneous Radio Broadcasts May 1949-June 1959
Box 1 Misc. Radio Broadcasts March 15-Dec. 14, 1950
Box 1 Excerpts (Photostats) Nov. 5, 1957-Dec. 31, 1960
Box 1 Excerpts Feb. 10-June 6, 1958 - 1 original typescript, 1 mimeograph
Box 1 Oct. 29-31, 1962
Box 2 Indexes to "Top of the News" 1952-1965
Washington Report
Box 1 1951 Jan. 30
Box 1 1953 Oct. 12-30
Box 1 1953 Nov. 2-30
Box 1 1954 Jan. 1-29
Box 1 1954 Feb 1-25
Box 1 1954 March 3-31
Box 1 1954 April 1-30
Box 1 1954 May 3-31
Box 1 1954 June 1-30
Box 1 1954 July 1-22
Box 1 1954 Aug. 2-31
Box 1 1954 Sept. 1-30
Box 1 1954 Oct. 1-29
Box 1 1954 Nov. 1-30
Box 1 1954 Dec. 2-30
Box 2 1955 Jan. 3-31
Box 2 1955 Feb. 2-28
Box 2 1955 March 1-31
Box 2 1955 April 1-29
Box 2 1955 May 2-30
Box 2 1955 June 2-30
Box 2 1955 July 1-29
Box 2 1955 Aug. 1-31
Box 2 1955 Sept. 1-30
Box 2 1955 Oct. 3-31
Box 2 1955 Nov. 1-30
Box 2 1955 Dec. 1-30
Box 2 1957 May, Dec.
Box 3 1959 Jan. 1-31
Box 3 1959 Feb. 2-26
Box 3 1959 March 2-30
Box 3 1959 April 7-May 24
Box 3 1959 June 4-July 29
Box 3 1959 Aug. 3-31
Box 3 1959 Sept. 1-30
Box 3 1959 Oct. 5-30
Box 3 1959 Nov. 3-30
Box 3 1959 Dec. 1-31
Box 3 1960 Jan. 1-20
Box 3 1960 Feb. 2-29
Box 3 1960 March 1-28
Box 3 1960 April 5-20
Box 3 1960 May 2-31
Box 3 1960 June 1-30
Box 3 1960 July 1-26
Box 3 1960 Aug. 11-30
Box 3 1960 Sept. 2-29
Box 3 1960 Oct. 3-31
Box 3 1960 Nov. 1-19
Box 3 1960 Dec. 6-30
Box 4 1961 Jan. 1-31
Box 4 1961 Feb. 1-27
Box 4 1961 March 2-31
Box 4 1961 April 3-18
Box 4 1961 May 1-30
Box 4 1961 June 5-26
Box 4 1961 July 4-31
Box 4 1961 Aug. 1-28
Box 4 1961 Sept. 11-Oct. 31
Box 4 1961 Nov. 1-29
Box 4 1961 Dec. 1-29
Box 5 1962 Jan. 2-31
Box 5 1962 Feb. 1-28
Box 5 1962 March 1-30
Box 5 1962 April 2-27
Box 5 1962 May 1-31
Box 5 1962 June 1-29
Box 5 1962 July 4-31
Box 5 1962 Aug. 1-31
Box 5 1962 Sept. 3-29
Box 5 1962 Oct. 1-31
Box 5 1962 Nov. 2-30
Box 5 1962 Dec. 3-31
Box 6 1963 Jan. 1-31
Box 6 1963 Feb. 1-28
Box 6 1963 March 1-29
Box 6 1963 April 1-30
Box 6 1963 May 1-31
Box 6 1963 June 4-28
Box 6 1963 July 1-31
Box 6 1963 Aug. 1-30
Box 6 1963 Sept. 1-28
Box 6 1963 Oct. 1-17
Box 6 1963 Nov. 4-29
Box 6 1963 Dec. 7-30
Box 7 1964 Jan. 13-31
Box 7 1964 Feb. 4-28
Box 7 1964 March 2-30
Box 7 1964 April 1-30
Box 7 1964 May 1-31
Box 7 1964 June 1-30
Box 7 1964 July 3-30
Box 7 1964 Aug. 4-19
Box 7 1964 Sept. 2-31
Box 7 1964 Oct. 2-30
Box 7 1964 Nov. 2-30
Box 7 1964 Dec. 3-30
Press releases and newsletters (Part II)
Box 1 A 1961-1966 (3 folders)
Box 1 B 1964-1966
Box 2 B 1964-1966 (2 folders)
Box 2 C 1963-1966 (2 folders)
Box 3 C 1964-1966 (3 folders)
Box 4 C 1964-1966
Box 4 C - Congressional 1963-1966 (3 folders)
Box 5 C - Congressional 1964-1966
Box 5 C 1962-1966 (3 folders)
Box 6 C 1962-1966 (4 folders)
Box 7 C 1964-1966
Box 7 D 1964-1966
Box 7 E-F 1964-1966
Box 7 G-H 1964-1966
Box 8 I 1950-1966
Box 8 J-M 1964-1966
Box 8 N 1964-1966
Box 8 N 1964-1966 (2 folders)
Box 9 N 1964-1966 (2 folders)
Box 9 O-Q 1964-1966
Box 9 R 1964-1966
Box 10 R 1963-1966 (4 folders)
Box 11 R 1964 (2 folders)
Box 11 S-T 1964-1966
Box 12 U 1964-1966 (3 folders)
Box 13 U 1964-1966 (3 folders)
Box 14 U 1963-1966 (4 folders)
Box 15 U 1963-1966
Box 15 USD-Z 1964-1966
Box 15 Fragments
Reference files (Part II)
Box 1 American Bar Association 1957-1959, undated
Box 1 American Civil Liberties Union 1955-1961
Box 1 American Friends Service Committee 1955-1959, undated
Box 1 Arkansas Tax Case 1952, undated
Box 1 Arkansas Tax Case 1952, undated
Box 1 Blood Bank Foundation, Inc. of Nashville, Tenn. 1951-1952, undated (2 folders)
Box 1 Caldwell, John C. 1950-1951
Box 1 California Intelligence Bureau 1958
Box 1 Condon, Dr., Edward U. 1948
Box 1 Education (General) 1942, 1951-1959, undated (3 folders)
Box 1 Education (General): The White House Conference 1955-1958, undated
Box 2 Emergency Civil Liberties Committee 1956-1959, undated
Box 2 Emerson, Thomas I 1943-1952, undated
Box 2 Fabianism of John Kennedy
Box 2 Ford Foundation 1955
Box 2 Free Europe Committee (Free Europe Press) 1954
Box 2 Freistadt, Han 1949
Box 2 General Agreement on Tariffs & Trade (Gatt) 1955-1962, undated (4 folders)
Box 2 Germany 1961
Box 2 Grahm, Dr. Frank Porter 1948-1949
Box 2 Giraud, Chester 1949
Box 2 Harris, Rev. Frederick Brown 1953
Box 2 House Un-American Activities Committee 1961, undated
Box 3 Hutchins, Robert M. 1935-1960, undated (4 folders)
Box 3 Jessup, Dr. Philip C. 1949-1951, undated
Box 3 Johnson, Adelaide 1909-1952
Box 3 Johnson, Lyndon B. 1954
Box 3 Lamon, Corliss & Margaret 1958, undated
Box 3 Laos 1959-1961
Box 3 Lattimore, Owen 1954-1957, undated
Box 3 Leagues of Women Voters 1954-1962, undated (3 folders)
Box 3 Little Rock, Arkansas (U.S. Court of Appeals) 1957, 1963
Box 4 MacArthur, Douglas 1951, 1957, undated
McCarthy, Joseph
Box 4 1954-1955, undated
Box 4 1954, undated
Box 4 Report on Pres.
Box 4 1953-1958, undated
Box 4 Menshikov, Mikhail 1958, undated
Box 4 Moise, Sen. Wayne 1934-1959
Box 4 Murrow, Edward R. 1955-1961
Box 4 "Muzzling of the Military" Aug.-Dec. 1960-1961 (2 folders)
Box 4 NAACP 1955-1958, undated
Box 4 Nixon, Richard 1956-1960, undated (2 folders)
Box 4 Pauling, Linus 1952-1962, undated
Box 4 Peace Corps 1961, undated
Box 4 Pearson, Drew 1958
People
Box 5 Lardner-Lerner
Box 5 Lewis-Luce
Box 5 Macleish-Moore
Box 5 Morris-Myer
Box 5 Nathan-Nuguist
Box 5 O'Conner-Overstreet
Box 5 Paine-Powell
Box 5 Redfield-Rosenbergs
Box 5 Salpeter-Smith
Box 5 Sobell-Symengton
Box 5 Taylor-Trumbo
Box 5 U Nu-Uphaus
Box 5 Van Doren-Vincent
Box 5 Warne-Wyzanski
Box 5 Philippines 1959, undated
Box 5 Political Party Platforms 1956
Box 5 Political Polls 1951-1959, undated
Box 5 Portugal 1962
Box 5 Pugwash Conference July 1957 in Nova Scotia 1957-1958, undated
Box 6 Radio Free Europe 1954-1962, undated
Box 6 Republican Party 1961-1962, undated
Box 6 Reuther, Walter 1955-1958, undated
Box 6 "Rockefeller Report on U.S. International Economic Policy" 1958
Box 6 Roosevelt, Franklin D. 1946-1954 undated
Box 6 Rosenberg, Anna 1950-1951
Box 6 Russia 1928, 1954-1963, undated (3 folders)
Box 6 Security (Risks) 1955-1961
Box 6 Service, John Stewart 1949-1957
Box 6 Shelton, Turner 1958-1959 undated
Box 6 Smart, Anne 1954-1961 (2 folders)
Box 6 Seattle Law Suit (of Richard Atwood) 1950-1951
Box 6 Smith, Gerald L.K. 1950-1954
Box 7 Spain (the Spanish Story) 1949
Box 7 Stassen, Harold 1956-1959, undated
Box 7 Stevenson, Adlai 1951-1952
Box 7 Southern Conference Education Fund, Inc. 1960-1962
Box 7 Southern Regional Council 1955-1957
Box 7 Strauss, Lewis 1958-1959, undated (3 folders)
Box 7 Steibert, Theodore C. 1948
Box 7 Students 1952-1962
Box 7 Tydings, Millard 1930-1946, 1950-1951, undated (4 folders)
Box 8 United Nations 1949-1962, undated (2 folders)
Box 8 United States Foreign Policy: Misc.
Box 8 Wallace, Henry 1943-1946, undated
Box 8 Wirin, A.L. 1957-1959
Box 8 World Council of Churches 1961, undated
Box 8 Young Americans for Freedom 1961-1962
Box 8 Yugoslavia 1954-1963
Box 8 Miscellaneous 1953-1962, undated
Published material (Part II)
Newspapers
Box 1 1950
Box 1 1962
Box 1 1963
Box 1 1964
Box 1 Misc.
Box 2 1965
Box 2 Clippings about Lewis (unfoldered)
Box 2 Clippings by and about others (unfoldered)
Magazines
Box 1 A-C
Box 2 D-N
Box 3 O-W
Brochures
Box 1 A-C
Box 1 D-J
Box 1 K-R
Clippings
Box 2 By Lewis
Box 2 About Lewis
Box 2 By and about others (2 folders)
Box 3 By and about others (2 folders)
Flyers
Box 3 A-P 1964-1966 (3 folders)
Box 4 R-Y 1964-1966
Congressional Records
Box 4 Sept. 18, 1961-Dec. 4, 1963
Box 4 Jan. 15-Oct. 3, 1964
Box 4 March 8, 1965-June 1, 1966
Pamphlets
Box 4 A-X (3 folders)
Weekly newsletter: "Exclusive"
Box 5 1963 Jan. 9-Dec. 31
Box 5 1964 Jan. 8-April 29
Box 5 1964 May 6-Aug. 26
Box 5 1964 Sept. 9-Dec. 30
Box 5 1965 April 14-July, 28
Box 5 1965 Aug. 4-Dec. 22
Weekly newsletter: "Top of the News"
Issues of this newsletter have also been cataloged in the Classic Catalog , which may be searched for a complete listing of issues.
Box 6-9 (one box) 1959 July 6-1961 June 30 (Volume 1 no. 1 to Volume 3, no. 26)
Box 10-12 (one box) 1961 July 3-1963 Jun. 28 (Volume 3, no. 27 to Volume 5, no. 26; Index)
Box 13 1963 July 1-1964 Dec. 25 (Volume 5, no. 27 to Volume 6, no. 52; Index)
Box 14 1971 January 1-1972 October 26, (Volume 13, no. 1 to Volume 14, no. 40) - also includes published transcript from 1/30/62 and typescript from 8/28/62
Duplicates (Part II)
Broadcasts
Box 1 1953 Jan. 24-April 15
Box 1 1953 July 4-23
Box 1 1953 July 22-23
Box 1 1953 Sept. 10-30
Box 1 1953 Oct. 21-23
Box 1 1953 Oct. 26-30
Box 1 1953 Nov. 9-24
Box 1 1954 Jan. 12
Box 1 1954 May 31
Box 1 1954 July 26
Duplicate Broadcasts
Box 2 1954 July 27
Box 2 1954 Aug. 2-12
Box 2 1954 Nov. 22
Box 2 1954 Nov. 24
Box 2 1954 Nov. 25
Box 2 1955 Nov. 15-29
Box 2 1955 Dec. 1-8
Box 2 1956 Feb. 2
Box 2 1956 April 12
Box 2 1956 May 11-23
Box 2 1956 June 6
Box 2 1957 Aug. 22-28
Box 2 1957 Oct. 31
Box 2 1957 Nov. 12-15
Box 2 1958 Jan. 1-30
Box 2 1958 Feb. 4-27
Box 3 1958 March 6-7
Box 3 1958 March 10-31
Box 3 1958 April
Box 3 1958 April 2-8
Box 3 1958 April 9-18
Box 3 1958 May 7-8
Box 3 Undated (2 folders)
Congressional Records (Part II)
Box 1 1963 Nov. 27-1964 Sept. 3
Box 1 1965 Feb. 15-17
Box 1 1965 Feb. 19-23
Box 1 1965 Feb. 24-25
Box 1 1965 March 1-3
Box 1 1965 March 4-5
Box 2 1965 March 8-9
Box 2 1965 March 10-11
Box 2 1965 March 15-16
Box 2 1965 March 17-18
Box 2 1965 March 23
Box 2 1966 Feb. 8
Miscellaneous (Part II)
Books signed by author
Box 1 Aleckson-Eyre
Box 2 Farley-Kershner
Box 3 King-Mueller
Box 4 Neuhausler-Wood
Box 1 Books of Betsy Lewis - signed by author
Box 1 Books of Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Hurston - signed by author
Misc. "Top of the News"
Index, 1952-1959 (microfilm) (2 reels)
See microfilm cabinet, drawer D-4.
Box 2 1966 Jan. 3-April 8
Box 2 1965 Sept. 27-Dec. 17
Box 2 Index, June 29-Dec. 25 1964
Box 2 Biannual Index, Dec. 30, 1963-June 26, 1964
Box 2 Biannual Index, July 1-Dec. 27, 1963
Box 2 1962 Dec. 31-1963 March 8
Box 2 Exclusive April 8, 1962
Box 2 Misc. "Top of the News" Oct. 16, 1961-Dec. 28, 1962

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