Register of the Herbert Hoover papers

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Title: Herbert Hoover papers
Date (inclusive): 1928-1978
Collection Number: 62016
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 168 manuscript boxes, 4 card file boxes, 2 oversize boxes. (72.5 linear feet)
Abstract: Writings, notes, typed copies of documents, printed matter, and financial records, relating to American foreign policy and domestic policies during the presidential administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt, World War II, and the early postwar years. Consists mainly of drafts of and supporting materials for the posthumous book by Herbert Hoover, Freedom Betrayed: Herbert Hoover's Secret History of the Second World War and Its Aftermath (Stanford, 2011).
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Creator: Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.

Access

Boxes 88-94 are CLOSED. The remainder of the collection is open for research.
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Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1962.

Accruals

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Biographical Note

1874 Born, West Branch, Iowa
1895 A.B., Stanford University
1914-1920 Chairman, Commission for Relief in Belgium
1917-1920 Administrator, United States Food Administration
1919-1923 Director, American Relief Administration
1921-1928 United States Secretary of Commerce
1929-1933 President of the United States
1939-1940 Founder, Finnish Relief Fund
1940-1942 Chairman, Committee on Food for the Small Democracies
1946 Chairman, President's Famine Emergency Committee
1947-1949 Chairman, Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government
1953-1955 Chairman, Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government
1964 Died, New York City

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Herbert Hoover papers, [Box number], Hoover Institution Archives.

Scope and Content of Collection

The main body of Herbert Hoover papers is in the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library in West Branch, Iowa. The Herbert Hoover Papers in the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace consist primarily of drafts of, and supporting research materials for, what Hoover referred to as his Magnum Opus, which was left unpublished at his death. Centrally this was to be a critique of American foreign policy during the presidential administrations of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman. However Hoover also intended to provide a critique of New Deal domestic policies, to write about Communist infiltration into the Roosevelt and Truman administrations, and to describe World War II relief efforts with which he was involved. His planned approach was in part objectively analytical and in part autobiographical. How to organize these varied themes, how to integrate the analytical and autobiographical approaches, and whether to attempt to fit everything into one work or into several, proved to be thorny problems with which Hoover grappled uncertainly over a lengthy period.
The successive drafts for the Magnum Opus make up the Unpublished Writings series, which is the heart of the collection. Hoover began writing while World War II was still in progress. The focus with which he began and to which he ultimately returned was on the diplomatic history of the war. Early drafts were referred to by his staff simply as the War Book. When tentative titles began to be assigned, each proved to be darker than the one before. "Lost Statesmanship" gave way to "The Ordeal of the American People" and it in turn to "Freedom Betrayed." Hoover's thesis was that Roosevelt had deliberately, deceptively and needlessly maneuvered the United States into the war, and that American participation and the war's outcome alike had been disastrous. This constituted a sharp dissent from the postwar triumphalist consensus in which Americans congratulated themselves on the victorious conclusion of a good fight in a righteous cause. For Hoover, on the contrary, the results of World War II were to be seen in its human and economic costs, in the extension of Communist rule over much of Europe and Asia, in the diminishment of America's moral stature with its complicity in this and with its use of atom bombs against civilians, and in the weakening of American democracy at home with the growth of war-swollen governmental bureaucracy and executive usurpation of legislative powers.
Perhaps because of the disparity between popular perceptions and Hoover's own judgments, editing of the Magnum Opus proved to be unusually extensive and protracted and publication long postponed. The July 1961 version of what was then titled "The Ordeal of the American People" was designated by Hoover as the fourth edition but there had in fact been more than three earlier versions. Successive versions were dubbed the fifth through the tenth. Then came what was called the Z edition because it was hoped that it would be the last. It was not. Subsequent versions, of which four can be identified, were designated Z+H (the Z edition with further editing by Hoover). The last version is dated December 1964, two months after Hoover's death. It was evidently arranged by surviving associates and reverted to superseded texts in some places.
The War Book saw published form only in 2011 as Freedom Betrayed: Herbert Hoover's Secret History of the Second World War and Its Aftermath, edited and with an introduction by George H. Nash (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press). Volume I of the published work conforms to the September 1963 Z+H edition. As Nash explains in his introduction, for Volume II he adopted subsequent changes that appeared to have been finalized by Hoover. Volume III, which Hoover left in the least finished form, draws on sections of earlier versions not included in the September 1963 or subsequent editing processes.
The Unpublished Writings series includes other writings not represented in Freedom Betrayed, which Hoover had ultimately come to limit to wartime foreign policy. Foremost among these are his critiques of the domestic policies of Roosevelt's New Deal. Hoover characterized these as collectivist and as foreign to the American tradition. He found them to have affinities not only with socialism and communism but also with fascism. Publication of these writings is planned. Other writings dealing with Hoover's World War II relief efforts were published in somewhat different form in the fourth volume of his An American Epic (Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1964). There are also miscellaneous autobiographical writings.
Changing notions of how the Magnum Opus was to be organized made for problems in arrangement of the Unpublished Writings series. The approach adopted has been to treat each version as a discrete bibliographic item, even though each version typically includes material re-used from previous versions and may in itself constitute only a portion of an intended greater whole. These items are arranged chronologically, highlighting the temporal progress of the composition process. At some point Hoover's staff arranged a large portion of the various drafts in files numbered Magnum Opus 1, Magnum Opus 2, etc. These followed approximate, but not exact, chronological order, and did not include all drafts. The reader who wishes to reconstruct this filing sequence may do so by following the notations in square brackets at the ends of relevant entries. These take the form of [MO1], [MO2], etc.
The research materials upon which the Magnum Opus was based are to be found in four supporting series. The New Deal Subject File consists of material relating specifically to New Deal domestic policies. The Communist Subversion Subject File consists of material relating specifically to issues of Communist infiltration of the United States government. The World War II Subject File consists of material relating specifically to wartime diplomacy. The General Subject File is a catch-all for material not falling neatly into any of the three categories above. It deals primarily with postwar international relations and postwar American domestic policies, but includes some earlier material. In addition to printed and near-print source material, these series include typed copies made from such sources, notes and memoranda made by Hoover and his staff, a few letters, and some miscellaneous Magnum Opus draft passages categorized by subject and not readily assignable to larger Magnum Opus versions.
A small Correspondence series consists of letters to and from Hoover relating specifically to the composition and prospects for publication of the Magnum Opus.
The Published Writings series consists of printed copies of writings by Hoover available elsewhere and present here because Hoover referred to them in the course of composition of the Magnum Opus. Notable in this series are the page proofs of The Problems of Lasting Peace, which Hoover co-authored with Hugh Gibson in 1942.
There are also a small Oversize File of collected printed matter, a small Audiovisual File, and a series of Hoover's personal Financial Records.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

United States--Foreign relations--1933-1945.
United States--Foreign relations--1945-1953.
United States--Politics and government--1933-1945.
World War, 1939-1945--Diplomatic history.

Box: 1-3

Published Writings, 1928-1958

Scope and Contents note

Galleys, page proofs, printed copies, and typed excerpts of writings by Herbert Hoover published during his lifetime
Box/Folder: 1 : 1

Republican Party Presidential nomination acceptance speech, Palo Alto, California, 1928 August 11

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Printed text
Box/Folder: 1 : 2

The State Papers and Other Public Writings of Herbert Hoover, 1934

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Typed excerpts
Box/Folder: 1 : 3

Addresses upon the American Road, 1933-1938, 1938

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Printed excerpts
Box/Folder: 1 : 4

"President Roosevelt's Foreign Policy," Liberty, 1939 April 15

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Printed copy
Box/Folder: 1 : 5

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

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Printed copy
Box/Folder: 1 : 6

Speech to young Republicans re invasion of Finland, San Francisco, California, 1939 November 30

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Typed copy
Box/Folder: 1 : 7

Speech to young Republicans re invasion of Finland, San Francisco, California, 1939 November 30

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Typed copy of address as published in San Francisco Chronicle
Box/Folder: 1 : 8

Further Addresses upon the American Road, 1938-1940, 1940

Scope and Contents note

Printed excerpts
Box/Folder: 1 : 9

Addresses upon the American Road, 1940-1941, , 1941

Scope and Contents note

Printed excerpts
Box/Folder: 1 : 10

The Problems of Lasting Peace (co-author with Hugh Gibson), 1942

Scope and Contents note

Page proofs with handwritten corrections
Box/Folder: 1 : 11

"History's Greatest Murder Trial" (re prospective war crime trials; co-author with Hugh Gibson), This Week, 1943 August 29

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 1 : 12

"A New Way to Make Peace" (co-author with Hugh Gibson), This Week, 1943 November 7

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
Box/Folder: 1 : 13

"Some Additions to the Dumbarton Oaks Proposals," 1945 March 25

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Printed text
Box/Folder: 1 : 14

Addresses upon the American Road, 1945-1948, 1949

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Printed excerpts
Box/Folder: 1 : 15

Addresses upon the American Road, 1948-1950, 1951

Scope and Contents note

Printed excerpts
Box/Folder: 1-2

The Memoirs of Herbert Hoover, 1951-1952

Box/Folder: 1 : 16

Typed excerpts

Box/Folder: 2 : 1

Galleys of serialized Collier's excerpts

Box/Folder: 2 : 2

Printed copies of serialized Collier's excerpts

Box/Folder: 3 : 1

Addresses upon the American Road, 1950-1955, 1955

Scope and Contents note

Printed excerpts
Box/Folder: 3 : 2-3

"An Appraisal of the Changes in the Charter of the United Nations," in U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations, Review of the UN Charter, 1955

Scope and Contents note

Drafts, galleys, and working materials
Box/Folder: 3 : 4

1958

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Printed excerpt
Box: 3-94

Unpublished Writings, 1944-1964

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Drafts and page proofs of writings by Herbert Hoover unpublished during his lifetime
Box/Folder: 3

War Book, 1944 version

Box/Folder: 3 : 5-6

Drafts [MO1]

Box/Folder: 3 : 7

Drafts [MO2]

Box/Folder: 3-4

War Book, 1945 version

Box/Folder: 3 : 8

Drafts [MO2]

Box/Folder: 4 : 1-4

Drafts [MO3]

Box/Folder: 4-5

War Book, 1946 version

Box/Folder: 4 : 5

Drafts [MO4]

Box/Folder: 5 : 1-4

Drafts [MO4] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 5 : 5

Drafts re postwar famine [MO8]

Box/Folder: 6-7

War Book, 1947 version

Box/Folder: 6 : 1-3

Drafts [MO5]

Box/Folder: 6-7

Page proofs

Box/Folder: 6 : 4

Preface [MO6]

Box/Folder: 6 : 5

1938 [MO6]

Box/Folder: 6 : 6

1939 [MO6]

Box/Folder: 6 : 7

1940 [MO6]

Box/Folder: 6 : 8

1941 [MO7]

Box/Folder: 7 : 1

1942 [MO7]

Box/Folder: 7 : 2

1943 [MO7]

Box/Folder: 7 : 3

1944 [MO7]

Box/Folder: 7 : 4

1945

Box/Folder: 7 : 5

1946 [MO7]

Box/Folder: 7 : 6-7

War Book, 1948 version. Drafts [MO9]

Box/Folder: 8 : 1

War Book, 1948 version. Drafts [MO9] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 8-12

War Book, 1949 version. Drafts

Box/Folder: 8 : 2

1938 [MO13]

Box/Folder: 8 : 3-4

1938-1939 [MO14]

Box/Folder: 9 : 1

1939 [MO12]

Box/Folder: 9 : 2

1940 [MO15]

Box/Folder: 9 : 3

Japan, 1940 [MO15]

Box/Folder: 9 : 4

Japan, 1938-1941 [MO16]

Box/Folder: 10 : 1-2

Japan, 1938-1941 [MO16] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 10 : 3-4

1941 [MO10]

Box/Folder: 10 : 5

1942 [MO17]

Box/Folder: 10 : 6

Russia, 1942 [MO17]

Box/Folder: 11 : 1-2

1943 [MO11]

Box/Folder: 11 : 3

Russia, 1944 [MO17]

Box/Folder: 11 : 4

China, 1945 [MO18]

Box/Folder: 11 : 5

Poland, 1945 [MO18]

Box/Folder: 12 : 1-3

1945 [MO18]

Box/Folder: 12-13

War Book, 1950 version. Page proofs

Box/Folder: 12 : 4

1940

Box/Folder: 13 : 1

1941

Box/Folder: 13 : 2

1942

Box/Folder: 13 : 3

1943

Box/Folder: 13 : 4

1944

Box/Folder: 13 : 5

1945

Box/Folder: 14 : 1

"Lost Statesmanship," 1951 version. Draft of Chapter 42, "Two Gigantic Mistakes" [MO20]

Box/Folder: 88 : 1

"The Years as Crusader," 1951. Page proofs [MO19]

Box/Folder: 88 :

"The Four Horsemen in World War II," 1951

Box/Folder: 88 : 2

Page proofs [MO19]

Box/Folder: 88 : 3

Partial page proofs for review by George Sokolsky [MO19]

Box/Folder: 14

"Lost Statemanship," 1953 version. "Period X: The Consequences of War"

Box/Folder: 14 : 2-3

Drafts [MO21]

Box/Folder: 14 : 4

Page proofs [MO21]

Box/Folder: 88-89

"The Crusade Years," 1953

Box/Folder: 88 : 4-5

Drafts [MO22]

Box/Folder: 89 : 1

Drafts [MO22] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 89 : 2-3

Page proofs [MO23]

Box/Folder: 15 : 1-2

"Lost Statesmanship," 1954 April version

Scope and Contents note

Page proofs with corrections [MO24]
Box/Folder: 15 : 3-4

"Lost Statesmanship," 1954 October version

Scope and Contents note

Page proofs with corrections [MO25]
Box/Folder: 89 : 4

"Some Notes on Family Life," 1955 August

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Drafts [MO26]
Box/Folder: 90 : 1

"The Crusade against Famine in World War II," 1955 August version

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Drafts [MO27]
Box/Folder: 90 : 2

"Crusading for Benevolent Institutions," 1955 November

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Drafts [MO32]
Box/Folder: 90-92

"The Crusade against Collectivism in American Life," 1955 November

Box/Folder: 90 : 3-4

Page proofs [MO33]

Box/Folder: 91 : 1-2

Page proofs with corrections [MO28]

Box/Folder: 91 : 3

Page proofs with corrections [MO34]

Box/Folder: 92 : 1

Page proofs with corrections [MO34] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 92 : 2

Page proofs with corrections

Box/Folder: 92-93

"The Crusade against Famine in World War II," 1955 November version

Box/Folder: 92 : 3-4

Drafts [MO29]

Box/Folder: 93 : 1-2

Drafts [MO29] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 93 : 3

Page proofs [MO30]

Box/Folder: 93 : 4

Page proofs [MO31]

Box/Folder: 94 : 1-2

"Crusade against Waste in the Federal Government, 1921 to 1955," 1955 November

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Drafts [MO35]
Box/Folder: 94

"The Crusade for American Children," 1955 December

Box/Folder: 94 : 3

Drafts [MO38]

Box/Folder: 94 : 4

Page proofs [MO38]

Box/Folder: 94

"My Crusade against Collectivism," 1955 December

Box/Folder: 94 : 5

Drafts [MO36]

Box/Folder: 94 : 6

Page proofs [MO36]

Box/Folder: 94 : 7

Page proofs [MO37]

Box/Folder: 16-17

"Lost Statesmanship," 1957 version

Box/Folder: 16

Page proofs with corrections

Box/Folder: 16 : 1

Chapters 1-12 [MO39]

Box/Folder: 16 : 2

Chapters 13-33 [MO40]

Box/Folder: 16-17

Corrected page proofs

Box/Folder: 16 : 3

Chapters 1-12 [MO39]

Box/Folder: 17 : 1

Chapters 13-33 [MO40]

Box/Folder: 17

Duplicate corrected page proofs

Box/Folder: 17 : 2

Chapters 1-12 [MO41]

Box/Folder: 17 : 3

Chapters 13-27 [MO41]

Box/Folder: 17 : 4

"Forty-four Years Fight against Famine and Destitution," 1958

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 17-18

"Lost Statesmanship," 1958 October version

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 17 : 5

Part I. "The Foreign Activities of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Their Backgrounds" [MO42]

Box/Folder: 17 : 6

Part II. "Roosevelt Prior to October 1937" [MO42]

Box/Folder: 18 : 1

Part III. "My Survey and Appraisal of the Forces in Europe Making for Peace and War in the Year 1938" [MO42]

Box/Folder: 18 : 2

Part IV. "The American Scene" [MO42]

Box/Folder: 18 : 3

Part V. "The Final Steps to the Second World War" [MO42]

Box/Folder: 18 : 4

Part VI. "From the Outbreak of War on September 1, 1939 to the French Surrender of June 21, 1940" [MO42]

Box/Folder: 18 : 5

Part VII. "From the Presidential Election on November 5, 1940 to Hitler's Attack on Stalin on June 22, 1941" [MO43]

Box/Folder: 18 : 6

Part VIII. Untitled [MO43]

Box/Folder: 18 : 7

Part IX. Untitled [MO46]

Box/Folder: 19-20

"Lost Statesmanship," 1958 December version

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 19 : 1

Part I. "Mr. Roosevelt's Foreign Activities, June 1932 to October 1937" [MO44]

Box/Folder: 19 : 2

Part II. "My Survey and Appraisal of the Forces in Europe Making for Peace and War in the Year 1938" [MO44]

Box/Folder: 19 : 3

Part III. "The American Scene" [MO44]

Box/Folder: 19 : 4

Part IV. "The Final Steps to the Second World War" [MO43]

Box/Folder: 19 : 5

Part V. "From the Outbreak of War on September 1, 1939 to the French Surrender on June 21, 1940" [MO44]

Box/Folder: 19 : 6

Part VI. "From the Defeat of France to the Presidential Election, July 1940 to November 1940" [MO44]

Box/Folder: 20 : 1

Part VII. "From the Presidential Election on November 5, 1940 to Hitler's Attack on Stalin on June 22, 1941" [MO43]

Box/Folder: 20 : 2

Unnumbered and untitled section on Japan [MO45]

Box/Folder: 20 : 3

Fragments [MO44]

Box/Folder: 20 : 4

Fragments on Japan [MO47]

Box/Folder: 20-24

"Lost Statesmanship: The Ordeal of the American People," 1959 version

Box/Folder: 20-24

Drafts

Box/Folder: 20 : 5-7

Part I. "Mr. Roosevelt's Foreign Activities, November 1932-November 1937" [MO49], [MO52], [MO53]

Box/Folder: 21 : 1-3

Part II. "My Survey and Appraisal of the Forces in Europe Making for Peace and War in the Year 1938" [MO49], [MO52], [MO53]

Box/Folder: 21 : 4-6

Part III. "Some Communist Afflictions of the United States" [MO49], [MO52], [MO54]

Box/Folder: 21 : 7

Part IV. "From Roosevelt's Abandonment of Isolation in 1937 to the Polish Guarantees, March 31, 1939" [MO49], [MO53]

Box/Folder: 22 : 1

Part IV. "From Roosevelt's Abandonment of Isolation in 1937 to the Polish Guarantees, March 31, 1939" [MO49], [MO53] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 22 : 2

Part V. "From the Polish Guarantees of March 31, 1939 to the Outbreak of War on September 1, 1939" [MO53]

Box/Folder: 22 : 3-5

Part VI. "From the Attacks of the Hitler-Stalin Alliance on Free Nations, September 1, 1939, to the Surrender of France, June 22, 1940" [MO49], [MO50], [MO54]

Box/Folder: 22 : 6-7

Part VII. "From the Surrender of France on June 22, 1940 to the American Presidential Election, November 1940" [MO50], [MO54]

Box/Folder: 23 : 1-2

Part VII. "From the Surrender of France on June 22, 1940 to the American Presidential Election, November 1940" [MO50], [MO54]

Box/Folder: 23 : 3-4

Part IX. "Hitler's Attack on Stalin" [MO50], [MO54]

Box/Folder: 23 : 5-6

Part X. "The Last Chance for Peace" [MO50], [MO54]

Box/Folder: 23 : 7-8

Part XI. "American Activities on the Atlantic Front" [MO50], [MO54]

Box/Folder: 23 : 9-10

Part XII. "From the Total Economic Sanctions on Japan of July 25, 1941 to Pearl Harbor" [MO50], [MO54]

Box/Folder: 24 : 1-3

Fragments [MO48]

Box/Folder: 24-25

Page proofs

Box/Folder: 24 : 4

Parts I-III [MO51]

Box/Folder: 24 : 5

Parts IV-VI [MO51]

Box/Folder: 25 : 1

Parts VII-IX [MO51]

Box/Folder: 25 : 2

Parts X-XII [MO51]

Box/Folder: 25-27

"Lost Statesmanship," 1961 January version

Box/Folder: 25-27

Drafts

Box/Folder: 25 : 3-4

Part I. Untitled [MO56], [MO58]

Box/Folder: 25 : 5-6

Part II. "The Journey: Forces in Motion in 1938" [MO56], [MO58]

Box/Folder: 25 : 7

Part III. "Some Communist Afflictions of the United States" [MO58]

Box/Folder: 25 : 8-10

Part IV. "American Statesmanship Gets Lost in the Foreign Thicket of Power Politics, 1937-1939" [MO56], [MO57], [MO58]

Box/Folder: 26 : 1-3

Part V. "The 150 Days from the Polish Guarantees, March 1939, to the Hitler-Stalin Alliance, August 1939" [MO56], [MO57], [MO58]

Box/Folder: 26 : 4-6

Part VI. "The Ten Months from the Hitler-Stalin Declaration of War to the Surrender of France, September 1, 1939 to June 22, 1940" [MO56], [MO57], [MO58]

Box/Folder: 26 : 7-9

Part VII. "The Eleven Months from the Surrender of France, June 22, 1940, to the Presidential Election, November 5, 1940" [MO56], [MO57], [MO58]

Box/Folder: 26 : 10

Part VIII. "The Ninety Days after Roosevelt's Election to a Third Term on November 5, 1940" [MO55], [MO57]

Box/Folder: 27 : 1

Part VIII. "The Ninety Days after Roosevelt's Election to a Third Term on November 5, 1940" [MO55], [MO57] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 27

Page proofs

Box/Folder: 27 : 2

Parts I-II [MO56]

Box/Folder: 27 : 3

Parts IV-VII [MO56]

Box/Folder: 27 : 4-5

"Lost Statesmanship," unknown versions. Miscellaneous, duplicate and reject drafts and fragments

Box/Folder: 28 : 1-4

"Lost Statesmanship," unknown versions. Miscellaneous, duplicate and reject drafts and fragments (contd.)

Box/Folder: 29 : 1-2

"Lost Statesmanship," unknown versions. Miscellaneous, duplicate and reject drafts and fragments (contd.)

Box/Folder: 29-30

"The Ordeal of the American People," Volume II, 1961 February version

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 29 : 3

Section A. "We Go from Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941, to Tehran, November 28, 1943" [MO59]

Box/Folder: 29 : 4

Section K-1. "The Period from Tehran to Yalta" [MO59]

Box/Folder: 30 : 1

Section K-1 [sic]. "The Yalta Conference, February 4 to February 11, 1945" [MO59]

Box/Folder: 30 : 2

Section K-2. "The Period from Yalta to Potsdam, February-August 1945" [MO59]

Box/Folder: 30-31

"The Ordeal of the American People," 1961 May version. Unnumbered section. "An Appraisal of the March of Communism Seven Months after the War's End

Box/Folder: 30 : 3

General

Box/Folder: 30 : 4

Chapter 60. "France, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium and Holland"

Box/Folder: 30 : 5

Chapter 61. "The Baltic Countries"

Box/Folder: 30 : 6

Chapter 62. "Germany, Poland and Czechoslovakia"

Box/Folder: 31 : 1

Chapter 63. "Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, Albania, Yugoslavia, Rumania and Greece"

Box/Folder: 31 : 2

Chapter 64. "The Moslem and Christian Nations in the Middle East"

Box/Folder: 31 : 3

Chapter 65. "India, Thailand and the Philippines"

Box/Folder: 31 : 4

Chapter 66. "An Appraisal of the Progress of Communism in China, Korea, Japan and Russia"

Box/Folder: 31 : 5

Chapter 67. "The Epic of the Greatest Famine in Human History"

Box/Folder: 31-35

"The Ordeal of the American People," 4th edition, 1961 July

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 31 : 6-7

Section I. "The Infiltration of Communism in the United States" [MO63], [MO64]

Box/Folder: 31 : 8

Section II. "1938: Signs and Portents of War" [MO62], [MO63], [MO64]

Box/Folder: 32 : 1-3

Section II. "1938: Signs and Portents of War" [MO62], [MO63], [MO64] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 32 : 4-6

Section III. "1939: The Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind" [MO60], [MO63], [MO64]

Box/Folder: 33 : 1-5

Section IV. "The War Begins: Impacts on the United States" [MO61], [MO63], [MO64]

Box/Folder: 33 : 6-7

Section V. "The Beginning of the Greatest Disaster to Mankind since Genghis Khan" [MO63], [MO64]

Box/Folder: 34 : 1-4

Section VI. "The Road to War" [MO66], [MO63], [MO64]

Box/Folder: 34 : 5-6

Section VII. "Divergent Purposes of the Allied Leaders" [MO63]

Box/Folder: 34 : 7

Section VIII. "The March of Conferences" [MO70], [MO63], [MO64]

Box/Folder: 35 : 1-3

Section VIII. "The March of Conferences" [MO70], [MO63], [MO64] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 35 : 4-5

Section IX. "The March of Conferences (Continued)" [MO63], [MO64]

Box/Folder: 35 : 6-7

Section X. "The March of Conferences (Continued)" [MO63], [MO64]

Box/Folder: 35-44

"The Ordeal of the American People," 5th edition, 1961 September

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 35 : 8

Section I. "The Infiltration of Communism in the United States" [MO69], [MO101]

Box/Folder: 36 : 1-3

Section I. "The Infiltration of Communism in the United States" [MO69], [MO101] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 36 : 4-5

Section II. "1938: Signs and Portents of a Second World War" [MO65], [MO101]

Box/Folder: 37 : 1-2

Section II. "1938: Signs and Portents of a Second World War" [MO65], [MO101] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 37 : 3

Section III. "1939: The Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind" [MO101]

Box/Folder: 37 : 4

Section IV. "President Roosevelt's Policies under the Impact of the European War" [MO101]

Box/Folder: 37 : 5-7

Section V. "President Roosevelt's Opportunity to Make Lasting Peace in the World" [MO68], [MO101]

Box/Folder: 38 : 1-3

Section VI. "The Road to War" [MO67], [MO101]

Box/Folder: 38 : 4-5

Section VII. "The March of Conferences" [MO71], [MO101]

Box/Folder: 39 : 1-2

Section VII. "The March of Conferences" [MO71], [MO101] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 39 : 3-5

Section VIII. "The March of Conferences (Continued)" [re Tehran Conference] [MO72], [MO73], [MO102]

Box/Folder: 40 : 1-4

Section VIII. "The March of Conferences (Continued)" [re Tehran Conference] [MO72], [MO73], [MO102] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 40 : 5-6

Section IX. "The March of Conferences (Continued)" [MO72], [MO102]

Box/Folder: 41 : 1-6

Section X. "The March of Conferences (Continued)" [re Yalta Conference] [MO74], [MO102]

Box/Folder: 42 : 1-4

Section XI. "The First Days of the Truman Administration" [MO75], [MO102]

Box/Folder: 42 : 5-6

Section XII. "The Potsdam Conference and After" [MO76], [MO102]

Box/Folder: 43 : 1-2

Section XII. "The Potsdam Conference and After" [MO76], [MO102] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 43 : 3

Section XIII. "An Era of Confusion in American Policies toward Russia" [MO102]

Box/Folder: 43 : 4

Section XIV. "An Appraisal of the March of Communism Seven Months after the War's End" [MO102]

Box/Folder: 43 : 5

Section XV. "Tragic Case Histories" [MO102]

Box/Folder: 43 : 6-8

"A Case History of Poland"

Box/Folder: 44 : 1

"A Case History of Poland" (contd.)

Box/Folder: 44 : 2-7

"A Case History of China"

Box/Folder: 45 : 1-4

"The Ordeal of the American People: Communist Infiltration into the Federal Government," 1961 October

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 46-51

"Freedom Betrayed," 6th edition, 1962 April

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 46 : 1-3

Section I. "The Communist Conspiracy in the United States" [MO104], [MO103], [MO107]

Box/Folder: 46 : 4-6

Section II. "1938: Signs and Portents of a Second World War" [MO104], [MO103], [MO107]

Box/Folder: 46 : 7

Section III. "1939: A Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind" [MO104], [MO103], [MO107]

Box/Folder: 47 : 1-2

Section III. "1939: A Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind" [MO104], [MO103], [MO107] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 47 : 3-5

Section IV. "President Roosevelt's Policies under the Impact of the European War" [MO104], [MO103], [MO107]

Box/Folder: 47 : 6-8

Section V. "The Opportunity to Make Lasting Peace in the World Came to Franklin Roosevelt" [MO105], [MO103], [MO107]

Box/Folder: 48 : 1-3

Section VI. "The Road to War" [MO105], [MO103], [MO107]

Box/Folder: 48 : 4-5

Section VII. "The March of Conferences" [MO105], [MO103], [MO107], [MO106]

Box/Folder: 49 : 1-2

Section VII. "The March of Conferences" [MO105], [MO103], [MO107], [MO106] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 49 : 3-6

Section VIII. "The March of Conferences" [re Tehran Conference] [MO106], [MO103], [MO108]

Box/Folder: 50 : 1-3

Section IX. "The March of Conferences" [MO106], [MO103], [MO108]

Box/Folder: 50 : 4-6

Section X. "The March of Conferences" [re Yalta Conference] [MO106], [MO103], [MO108]

Box/Folder: 50 : 7-8

Section XI. "The First Days of the Truman Administration" [MO106]

Box/Folder: 50 : 9

Section XII. "The Preservation of Lasting Peace" [MO106]

Box/Folder: 50 : 10

Section XIII. "The Potsdam Conference and After" [MO106]

Box/Folder: 50 : 11

Section XIV. Untitled [MO106]

Box/Folder: 51 : 1-2

Section XV. "A Case History of Poland" [MO106]

Box/Folder: 51 : 3-5

Section XVI. "The Decline and Fall of Free China"

Box/Folder: 51 : 6

"Vengeance Comes to Germany"

Box/Folder: 51-58

"Freedom Betrayed," 7th edition, 1962 May

Box/Folder: 51 : 7

Section I. "The Communist Conspiracy in the United States" [MO111], [MO109], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 52 : 1-3

Section I. "The Communist Conspiracy in the United States" [MO111], [MO109], [MO112] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 52 : 4-7

Section II. "1938: Signs and Portents of a Second World War" [MO111], [MO109], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 53 : 1-4

Section III. "1939: A Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind" [MO111], [MO109], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 53 : 5-8

Section IV. "The Impact of War on the American People" [MO111], [MO109], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 53 : 9-12

Section V. "The Opportunity to Make Lasting Peace in the World Came to Franklin Roosevelt" [MO111], [MO109], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 53 : 13

Section VI. "Brainwashing the American People" [MO111], [MO109], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 54 : 1-3

Section VI. "Brainwashing the American People" [MO111], [MO109], [MO112] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 54 : 4-7

Section VII. "Marching on the Road to War" [MO111], [MO109], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 54 : 8-11

Section VIII. "The March of Conferences" [MO111], [MO110], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 54 : 12-15

Section IX. "The March of Conferences" [MO111], [MO110], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 54 : 16

Section X. "The Tehran-Cairo Conferences" [MO111], [MO110], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 55 : 1-3

Section X. "The Tehran-Cairo Conferences" [MO111], [MO110], [MO112] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 55 : 4-7

Section XI. "The March of Conferences" [MO111], [MO110], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 55 : 8-11

Section XII. "The March of Conferences" [re Yalta Conference] [MO111], [MO110], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 56 : 1-4

Section XIII. "The First Days of the Truman Administration" [MO111], [MO110], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 56 : 5-8

Section XIV. "The Preservation of Lasting Peace" [MO111], [MO110], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 56 : 9-12

Section XV. "The Potsdam Conference and After" [MO111], [MO110], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 56 : 13-16

Section XVI. "The Era of Inconsistent American Relations with the Communists" [MO111], [MO110], [MO112]

Box/Folder: 56 : 17

Section XVII. "Vengeance Comes to Germany"

Box/Folder: 56 : 18

Section XVIII. "The Case History of Poland"

Box/Folder: 57 : 1-2

Section XVIII. "The Case History of Poland" (contd.)

Box/Folder: 57 : 3-4

Section XIX. "The Decline and Fall of Free China"

Box/Folder: 58 : 1

Section XIX. "The Decline and Fall of Free China" (contd.)

Box/Folder: 58-59

"Freedom Betrayed," 8th edition, 1962 July

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Drafts
Box/Folder: 58 : 2-3

Section I. "The Communist Conspiracy in the United States" [MO113], [MO114]

Box/Folder: 58 : 4-6

Section II. "I Make an Appraisal of the Advance of Communism and Fascism in 1938" [MO113], [MO114], [MO115]

Box/Folder: 59 : 1-3

Section III. "1939: A Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind" [MO113], [MO114], [MO115]

Box/Folder: 59 : 4-6

Section IV. "The Impact of War on the American People" [MO113], [MO114], [MO115]

Box/Folder: 59 : 4-6

"Freedom Betrayed," 9th edition, 1962 September

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Drafts
Box/Folder: 59 : 7-8

Section I. "The Greatest Intellectual Plague Which Has Come to Mankind" [MO117], [MO116]

Box/Folder: 59 : 9

Section II. "I Make an Appraisal of the Advance of Communism and Fascism in 1938" [MO117]

Box/Folder: 59 : 10

Section III. "1939: A Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind" [MO117]

Box/Folder: 60 : 1

Section IV. "The Impact of War on the American People" [MO117]

Box/Folder: 60 : 2

Section V. "The Opportunity to Make Lasting Peace in the World Came to Franklin Roosevelt" [MO117]

Box/Folder: 60 : 3

Section VI. "Brainwashing the American People" [MO117]

Box/Folder: 60 : 4

Section VII. "The Road to War" [MO117]

Box/Folder: 60-63

"Freedom Betrayed," 10th edition, 1962 December

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Drafts
Box/Folder: 60 : 5-8

Introduction. "The Backgrounds of this Memoir" [MO118], [MO119], [MO120]

Box/Folder: 60 : 9-13

Section I. "The Greatest Intellectual Plague Which Has Come to Mankind" [MO116], [MO118], [MO119], [MO120]

Box/Folder: 61 : 1-4

Section II. "I Make an Appraisal of the Forces Moving among Nations in 1938" [MO118], [MO119], [MO120]

Box/Folder: 61 : 5-8

Section III. "1939: A Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind" [MO118], [MO119], [MO120]

Box/Folder: 61 : 9

Section IV. "A Revolution in American Foreign Policies" [MO118], [MO119], [MO120]

Box/Folder: 62 : 1-3

Section IV. "A Revolution in American Foreign Policies" [MO118], [MO119], [MO120] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 62 : 4-7

Section V. "Hitler Turns His Might against Communist Russia" [MO118], [MO119], [MO120]

Box/Folder: 62 : 8-11

Section VI. "Brainwashing the American People" [MO118], [MO119], [MO120]

Box/Folder: 62 : 12-14

Section VII. "The Road to War" [MO118], [MO119], [MO120]

Box/Folder: 63 : 1

Section VII. "The Road to War" [MO118], [MO119], [MO120] (contd.)

Box/Folder: 63 : 2

Section VIII. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 63 : 3

Section IX. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 63 : 4

Section X. "The Tehran-Cairo Conferences"

Box/Folder: 63 : 5

Section XI. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 63 : 6

Section XII. "The Yalta Conference, February 4 to 11, 1945"

Box/Folder: 63 : 7

Section XIII. "The Decline and Fall of the Atlantic Charter"

Box/Folder: 63 : 8

Section XIV. "The First Days of the Truman Administration"

Box/Folder: 63 : 9

Section XV. "The Potsdam Conference and After"

Box/Folder: 64-71

"Freedom Betrayed," Z edition, 1963 March

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 64 : 1-3

Introduction

Box/Folder: 64 : 4-7

Section I. "Free Men's Greatest Moral and Intellectual Plague"

Box/Folder: 64 : 8-11

Section II. "I Make an Appraisal of the Forces Moving among Nations in 1938"

Box/Folder: 64 : 12

Section III. "A Revolution in American Foreign Policies"

Box/Folder: 65 : 1-3

Section III. "A Revolution in American Foreign Policies" (contd.)

Box/Folder: 65 : 4-7

Section IV. "1939: In Europe, a Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind"

Box/Folder: 65 : 8-11

Section V. "The Communist-Nazi Conquest of Europe"

Box/Folder: 65 : 12-15

Section VI. "More American Action: Stronger than Words but Less than War"

Box/Folder: 65 : 16-18

Section VII. "Brainwashing the American People"

Box/Folder: 66 : 1-3

Section VIII. "The Continued Revolution in American Foreign Policies"

Box/Folder: 66 : 4-7

Section IX. "Hitler Turns His Might against Communist Russia"

Box/Folder: 66 : 8-10

Section X. "The Road to War"

Box/Folder: 67 : 1-2

Section XI. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 67 : 3-4

Section XII. "The March of Conferences, 1943"

Box/Folder: 67 : 5-6

Section XIII. "The March of Conferences: The Tehran-Cairo Conferences, November-December 1943"

Box/Folder: 67 : 7-8

Section XIV. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 68 : 1

Section XV. "The March of Conferences: The Yalta Conference, February 4-11, 1945"

Box/Folder: 68 : 2-3

Section XVI. "The Rise, Decline and Fall of the Atlantic Charter"

Box/Folder: 68 : 4-5

Section XVII. "The First Days of the Truman Administration"

Box/Folder: 68 : 6-7

Section XVIII. "The Potsdam Conference and After"

Box/Folder: 68 : 8-9

Volume III. "A Step-by-Step History of Poland"

Box/Folder: 69 : 1-4

Volume III. "A Step-by-Step History of Poland" (contd.)

Box/Folder: 69 : 5

Volume III. "The Case History of Korea"

Box/Folder: 70 : 1-3

Volume III. "The Case History of Korea" (contd.)

Box/Folder: 70 : 4-6

"The Decline and Fall of Free China: A Case History"

Box/Folder: 71 : 1-2

"The Decline and Fall of Free China: A Case History" (contd.)

Box/Folder: 71-74

"Freedom Betrayed," Z+H edition, 1963 July version

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 71 : 3-5

Introduction

Box/Folder: 71 : 6-8

Section I. "A Great Intellectual and Moral Plague Comes to Free Men"

Box/Folder: 71 : 9-11

Section II. "I Make an Appraisal of the Forces Moving among Nations in 1938"

Box/Folder: 72 : 1-3

Section III. "A Revolution in American Foreign Policies"

Box/Folder: 72 : 4-6

Section IV. "1939: In Europe, a Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind"

Box/Folder: 72 : 7-9

Section V. "The Communist-Nazi Conquest of Europe"

Box/Folder: 72 : 10-12

Section VI. "More American Action: Stronger than Words but Less than War"

Box/Folder: 72 : 13-15

Section VII. "Brainwashing the American People"

Box/Folder: 72 : 16-18

Section VIII. "The Revolution in American Foreign Policies Continued"

Box/Folder: 72 : 19-21

Section IX. "The Opportunity to Make Lasting Peace Came to Franklin Roosevelt"

Box/Folder: 73 : 1-3

Section X. "The Road to War"

Box/Folder: 73 : 4

Section XI. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 73 : 5

Section XII. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 73 : 6

Section XIII. "The March of Conferences: The Tehran-Cairo Conferences, November-December 1943"

Box/Folder: 73 : 7

Section XIV. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 73 : 8

Section XV. "The March of Conferences: The Yalta Conference, February 4-11, 1945"

Box/Folder: 73 : 9

Section XVI. "The Rise, Decline and Fall of the Atlantic Charter"

Box/Folder: 73 : 10

Section XVII. "The First Days of the Truman Administration"

Box/Folder: 74 : 1

Section XVIII. "The March of Conferences: The Potsdam Conference and After"

Box/Folder: 74-77

"Freedom Betrayed," Z+H edition, 1963 September version

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 74 : 2-4

Introduction

Box/Folder: 74 : 5-8

Section I. "A Great Intellectual and Moral Plague Comes to Free Men"

Box/Folder: 75 : 9-12

Section II. "I Make an Appraisal of the Forces Moving among Nations in 1938"

Box/Folder: 75 : 1-4

Section III. "A Revolution in American Foreign Policies"

Box/Folder: 75 : 5-8

Section IV. "1939: In Europe, a Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind"

Box/Folder: 75 : 9-12

Section V. "The Communist-Nazi Conquest of Europe"

Box/Folder: 75 : 13-16

Section VI. "More American Action: Stronger than Words, but Less than War"

Box/Folder: 75 : 17-20

Section VII. "Brainwashing the American People"

Box/Folder: 75 : 21-24

Section VIII. "The Revolution in American Foreign Policies Continued"

Box/Folder: 76 : 1-4

Section IX. "The Opportunity to Make Lasting Peace Comes to Franklin Roosevelt"

Box/Folder: 76 : 5-8

Section X. "The Road to War"

Box/Folder: 76-77

Bound set

Box/Folder: 76 : 9

Sections I-V

Box/Folder: 77 : 1

Sections VI-X

Box/Folder: 77 : 2

Sections XI-XIV

Box/Folder: 77 : 3

Sections XV-XVIII

Box/Folder: 77-78

"Freedom Betrayed," Z+H edition, 1964 March version

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 77 : 4

Section XI. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 77 : 5

Section XII. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 78 : 1

Section XIII. "The March of Conferences: The Tehran-Cairo Conferences, November-December 1943"

Box/Folder: 78 : 2

Section XIV. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 78 : 3

Section XV. "The March of Conferences: The Yalta Conference, February 4-11, 1945"

Box/Folder: 78 : 4

Section XVI. "The Rise, Decline and Fall of the Atlantic Charter"

Box/Folder: 78 : 5

Section XVII. "The First Days of the Truman Administration"

Box/Folder: 78 : 6

Section XVIII. "The March of Conferences: The Potsdam Conference and After"

Box/Folder: 79-86

"Freedom Betrayed," Z+H edition, 1964 December version

Scope and Contents note

Drafts
Box/Folder: 79 : 1-10

Section I. "The Infiltration of Communism in the United States"

Box/Folder: 80 : 1

Section I. "The Infiltration of Communism in the United States" (contd.)

Box/Folder: 80 : 2-10

Section II. "1938: Signs and Portents of a Second World War"

Box/Folder: 81 : 1-2

Section II. "1938: Signs and Portents of a Second World War" (contd.)

Box/Folder: 81 : 3-13

Section III. "A Revolution in American Foreign Policies"

Box/Folder: 81 : 14-21

Section IV. "1939: In Europe, a Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind"

Box/Folder: 82 : 1-3

Section IV. "1939: In Europe, a Year of Monstrous Evils for Mankind" (contd.)

Box/Folder: 82 : 4-8

Section V. "The Communist-Nazi Conquest of Europe"

Box/Folder: 82 : 9-13

Section VI. "More American Action: Stronger than Words, but Less than War"

Box/Folder: 82 : 14-18

Section VII. "Brainwashing the American People"

Box/Folder: 82 : 19-23

Section VIII. "The Revolution in American Foreign Policies Continued"

Box/Folder: 83 : 1-5

Section IX. "The Opportunity to Make Lasting Peace Comes to Franklin Roosevelt"

Box/Folder: 83 : 6-9

Section X. "The Road to War"

Box/Folder: 83 : 10-12

Section XI. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 84 : 1-2

Section XI. "The March of Conferences" (contd.)

Box/Folder: 84 : 3-7

Section XII. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 84 : 8-12

Section XIII. "The March of Conferences: The Tehran-Cairo Conferences, November-December 1943"

Box/Folder: 85 : 1-5

Section XIV. "The March of Conferences"

Box/Folder: 85 : 6-10

Section XV. "The March of Conferences: The Yalta Conference, February 4 to February 11, 1945"

Box/Folder: 85 : 11-15

Section XVI. "The Rise, Decline and Fall of the Atlantic Charter"

Box/Folder: 85 : 16-20

Section XVII. "The First Days of the Truman Administration"

Box/Folder: 86 : 1-5

Section XVIII. "The March of Conferences: The Potsdam Conference and After"

Box/Folder: 86 : 6-7

"Freedom Betrayed," various and unknown versions. Miscellaneous, duplicate and discarded drafts; fragments; corrections; notes

Box/Folder: 87 : 1-3

"Freedom Betrayed," various and unknown versions (contd.)

Box: 95

Correspondence, 1953-1978

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence relating to composition and publication of unpublished writings
Box/Folder: 95 : 1

General, 1953-1965

Box/Folder: 95 : 2

Akmentins, Osvalds, 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 3

Berlin, Richard E., 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 4

Clark, Mark W., 1962

Box/Folder: 95 : 5

Cole, Albert, 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 6

Dennen, Leon, 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 7

Dozer, Donald M., 1961

Box/Folder: 95 : 8

Edison, Charles, 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 9

Epstein, Julius, 1964

Box/Folder: 95 : 10

Galpin, Perrin C., 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 11

Grimm, Peter, 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 12

Henle, Ray, 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 13

Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, 1962-1978

Scope and Contents note

Includes Rita R. Campbell, W. Glenn Campbell, Milorad Drachkovitch, Witold S. Sworakowski, and Eugene Wu
Box/Folder: 95 : 14

Kaltenborn, H. V., 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 15

McCloy, John J., 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 16

MacNeil, Neil, 1961-1965

Box/Folder: 95 : 17

McSherry, J. E., 1965

Box/Folder: 95 : 18

Mullendore, William C., 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 19

Nichols, William L., 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 20

St. John, Fordyce B., 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 21

Schullinger, Rudolph N., 1962

Box/Folder: 95 : 22

Shoemaker, P. M., 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 23

Sokolsky, George E., 1953-1962

Box/Folder: 95 : 24

Strauss, Lewis L, 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 25

Thompson, Glenn, 1962

Box/Folder: 95 : 26

Wallace, DeWitt, 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 27

Wedemeyer, Albert C., 1963

Box/Folder: 95 : 28

White, William L., 1962-1964

Box: 95-99

New Deal Subject File, 1932-1960

Scope and Contents note

Notes, printed matter, and typed excerpts from printed sources, used as research material for unpublished writings on the New Deal. Includes material collected for Hoover by Lawrence Sullivan
Box/Folder: 95 : 29-30

Agriculture. Notes, U.S. Department of Agriculture press releases, speeches by Henry A. Wallace, pamphlets, clippings, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 96 : 1-2

American Mercury. Serial issues, 1934-1935

Box/Folder: 96 : 3

Bureaucracy. Notes, clippings, and typed excerpts from speeches by Franklin D. Roosevelt and other public sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 96 : 4

Business-Regulation by government. Notes, clippings, statistical data, and typed excerpts from speeches by New Deal officials and printed sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 96 : 5

Censorship. Clippings, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 96-97

Chronology. Notes, clippings, and Congressional Record excerpts relating mainly to New Deal legislation

Box/Folder: 96 : 6

1933 March

Box/Folder: 97 : 1

1933 April

Box/Folder: 97 : 2

1934 September

Box/Folder: 97 : 3

Civilian Conservation Corps. Notes, clippings, governmental press releases and report, and typed excerpts from public sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 97 : 4

Communism-Analogies with New Deal. Notes, synopses of books, typed excerpts from printed sources, letter by Ralph H. Lutz, and printed articles, 1934-1936

Box/Folder: 97 : 5

Conflicts of New Deal policies. Notes, clippings, and typed excerpts from public sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 97 : 6

Currency and credit. Notes, clippings, pamphlets, and typed excerpts from public sources, 1933-1940. Includes An Appraisal of the Monetary Policies of Our Federal Government; Documents and Statements Pertaining to the Banking Emergency; Gold and Armageddon; The Origins of the Banking Panic of March 4, 1933; Recent Literature on the Gold Problem

Box/Folder: 97 : 7

Economic statistics. Notes, clippings, and statistical data, 1934

Box/Folder: 97 : 8

Economy. Notes, U.S. Department of Commerce press release, and pamphlets, 1933-1936

Scope and Contents note

Includes The Deserted Village; Principles of American Enterprise; What Is Industry?; What Must We Do to Save Our Economic System?; Who Shares America's Wealth?
Box/Folder: 97 : 9

Elections--1934. Clippings, 1934

Box/Folder: 98 : 1

Evaluations of New Deal. Newspaper article by Winston Churchill and pamphlets, 1934-1936

Scope and Contents note

Includes The Genesis of the "New Deal" with Some Revelations; The New Deal: An Impartial History of the Roosevelt Administration; On the Road to Moscow; Promise and Performance: The Administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt Reveals Itself
Box/Folder: 98 : 2

Fascism-Analogies with New Deal. Notes, clippings, printed articles, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 98 : 3

Foreign trade. Clippings and typed excerpts from printed sources, ca. 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 98 : 4

Hearst, William Randolph. Clippings, 1935-1936

Box/Folder: 98 : 5

Home loans. Notes, Federal Home Loan Bank Board press releases, clippings, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1933-1934 1935-1936

Box/Folder: 98 : 6

Ideology (General). Notes, pamphlets, printed articles, clippings, and circulated documents, 1932-1936, relating to competing political and economic systems. Includes Are Revolutions Necessary?; Downfall of Russia; Preserving the American Way of Giving; A Rising or a Setting Sun?; Roosevelt Warming the Serpent; A Statistical Survey of Public Opinion Regarding Current Economic and Social Problems; What, If Not Capitalism? 1935-1936

Box/Folder: 98 : 7

Illinois Conference on Social Welfare. Pamphlet, Shaping the Social Conscience of Illinois, 1935

Box/Folder: 98 : 8

Jews and New Deal. Clippings, 1938

Box/Folder: 98 : 9

Joint Conference for Business Recovery. Printed report, 1934

Box/Folder: 98 : 10

Legislative process. Notes, clippings, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 98 : 11

National Recovery Administration. Notes, clippings, printed articles, National Recovery Administration and other governmental press releases, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 98 : 12

Prohibition repeal. Notes, clippings, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 98 : 13

Propaganda. Notes, clippings, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 99 : 1

Public works. Notes, clippings, Federal Emergency Administration press releases, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 99 : 2

Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Notes, clippings, Reconstruction Finance Corporation press releases, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1933-1934

Box/Folder: 99 : 3

Revolution-Analogies with New Deal. Clippings, 1937-1954

Box/Folder: 99 : 4

Roosevelt, Franklin D. Typed excerpts from speeches by Roosevelt, and clipping, 1936-1960

Box/Folder: 99 : 5

Socialism-Analogies with New Deal. Notes, clippings, printed articles, and pamphlet, Roads Back to Governmental Slavery, 1932-1936

Box/Folder: 99 : 6

Tennessee Valley Authority. Notes, clippings, printed article, and Tennessee Valley Authority press releases, 1933-1959

Box/Folder: 99 : 7

Thatcher, Myron William. Pamphlet regarding associate of Henry A. Wallace, Why? A Story of Shocking Facts and of Abortive Efforts to Suppress Them, 1940

Box: 99-110

Communist Subversion Subject File, 1935-1965

Scope and Contents note

Drafts of writings, notes, memoranda, printed matter, and card files, used as research material for unpublished writings on communist subversion in the United States. Includes material collected for Hoover by Madeline Kelly
Box/Folder: 99 : 8

Bentley, Elizabeth. News dispatches, 1953

Box/Folder: 99 : 9

Bridges, Harry. Memorandum, clippings, and trial examiner report, 1939-1952

Box/Folder: 99 : 10

Browder, Earl. Clippings, 1939-1957

Box/Folder: 99 : 11

Bunche, Ralph. Clipping, and report by Archibald Roosevelt, 1954

Box/Folder: 99-101 :

Communism-United States (General)

Box/Folder: 99 : 12

Clippings, 1940-1965

Box/Folder: 100 : 1-2

Clippings (contd.), 1940-1965

Box/Folder: 100 : 3-4

Serial issues (assorted anti-communist journals), 1935-1962

Box/Folder: 101 : 1-3

Pamphlets, 1938-1961

Scope and Contents note

Includes A Business Man Looks at Communism; The Chickens of the Interventionist Liberals Have Come Home to Roost; Constitution of the Communist Party; Diplomacy and the Communist Challenge; Minutes of a Communist Cell on Art; Odyssey of a Fellow Traveler; Petition to the United States Congress to Investigate Treasonable Activities?; Socialist Reconstruction of Society; USA and USSR: The Economic Race; Understanding the Communists; What Is Socialism?
Box/Folder: 101 : 4-5

Miscellany. Notes, memoranda, typed excerpts from printed sources, circulated documents, printed articles, and legislative bills, 1940-1961

Box/Folder: 102

Congress of Industrial Organizations

Box/Folder: 102 : 1

General. Notes, memoranda, typed excerpts from printed sources, circulated documents, pamphlets, and other printed matter, 1937-1961

Scope and Contents note

Includes Communism and American Labor; The Hell of Herrin Rages Again
Box/Folder: 102 : 2-5

Clippings, 1944-1957, mainly regarding the Congress of Industrial Organizations Political Action Committee and especially its activities in the 1944 elections

Box/Folder: 103 : 1

Espionage. Notes, typed excerpts from printed sources, clippings, and Congressional reports, 1948-1961

Scope and Contents note

Includes Exposé of Soviet Espionage, May 1960; Report on Soviet Espionage Activities in Connection with the Atom Bomb; Soviet Espionage through Poland
Box/Folder: 103 : 2

Fair Play for Cuba Committee. Congressional report, Castro's Network in the United States, 1963

Box/Folder: 103 : 3

Foundations. Notes, memoranda, clippings, and other printed matter, 1948-1954

Box/Folder: 103-104

Freedom House

Box/Folder: 103 : 4-5

Freedom House issuances. Flyers, leaflets, pamphlets, circulated documents, press releases, speeches, and radio broadcast transcripts, 1941-1946

Scope and Contents note

Includes The Faith of an American; The Negro's War; The Truth is Good News; What Does the War Mean to You?; World-wide Civil War
Box/Folder: 104 : 1

Freedom House issuances (contd.)

Box/Folder: 104 : 2

Material about Freedom House. Notes, memoranda, clippings, Congressional Record excerpts, and Congressional reports and exhibits, 1940-1947

Scope and Contents note

Includes Investigation of Un-American Propaganda Activities in the United States; Special Report on Subversive Activities Aimed at Destroying Our Representative Form of Government
Box/Folder: 104 : 3

Hiss, Alger. Clippings and printed articles, 1949-1962

Box/Folder: 104 : 4

Institute of Pacific Relations. Notes, memoranda, clippings, printed articles, and Congressional report, 1946-1960

Box/Folder: 104 : 5

Lattimore, Owen. Memorandum, clippings, printed articles, and circulated documents, 1946-1955

Box/Folder: 104 : 6

McCarthy, Joseph R. Clippings, printed articles, radio broadcast transcripts, and Congressional censure report, 1951-1957

Scope and Contents note

Includes printed copy of McCarthyism: The Fight for America, signed by McCarthy and inscribed to Hoover
Box/Folder: 105 : 1

Oppenheimer, J. Robert. Clippings, Atomic Energy Commission Personnel Security Board report, and associated documentation, 1954-1956

Box/Folder: 105-106

Organizations

Box/Folder: 105 : 2-4

Drafts of writings with lists of subversive organizations, and associated notes and memoranda, 1961-1963

Box/Folder: 105 : 5

Printed matter. Attorney General's list of subversive organizations, Congressional Guide to Subversive Organizations and Publications, and associated clippings and other printed matter, 1951-1961

Box/Folder: 106 : 1

Printed matter (contd.)

Box/Folder: 106 : 2

Pace, John T.--Testimony re Communist influence in 1932 Bonus March. Printed transcript, memoranda, clippings, and other printed sources, 1938-1963

Box/Folder: 106 : 3

Roosevelt, Franklin D.-Knowledge of Communist activities. Memorandum, clippings, printed articles, typed excerpts from printed sources, and pamphlet The President Knows!, 1938-1956

Box/Folder: 106 : 4

United Nations. Clippings, serial issue, and pamphlet The United Nations and Communism, 1953-1955

Box/Folder: 106 : 5

United States. Army-Communist infiltration. Clippings and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1950-1954

Box/Folder: 106 : 6

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities. Excerpts from Committee reports and Congressional Record speeches, clippings, other printed matter, and circulated documents, 1938-1961

Scope and Contents note

Includes Committee Rules of Procedure
Box/Folder: 106 : 7

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Education and Labor. Circulated report "The LaFollette Committee Unmasked," 1950

Box/Folder: 106 : 8

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Internal Security. Committee press releases, 1954-1957

Box/Folder: 106 : 9

United States. Department of State-Communist infiltration. Memoranda, clippings, printed articles, Congressional Record speeches, Congressional report, and pamphlets, 1947-1964

Box/Folder: 107 : 1

United States. Department of State-Communist infiltration (contd.)

Box/Folder: 107 : 2

United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation. Bureau reports and press releases, speeches and printed articles by J. Edgar Hoover, and clippings, 1946-1963

Box/Folder: 107

United States government (General)-Communist infiltration

Box/Folder: 107 : 3

Drafts of writings with memoranda, notes, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1950-1959

Box/Folder: 107 : 4

Printed matter. Clippings and printed articles, 1947-1963

Box/Folder: 107 : 5

Individuals. Drafts of writings with memoranda, 1949-1950 and undated

Box/Folder: 107 : 6

Waldrop, Frank C. Congressional Record reprints of articles by Waldrop, 1950

Box/Folder: 107 : 7

White, Harry Dexter. Notes, memoranda, clippings, printed articles, press releases, and Federal Bureau of Investigation report, 1953-1955

Box/Folder: 108-110

Card files

Box/Folder: 108

Subversive individuals

Box/Folder: 109-110

Subversive organizations

Box: 111-131

World War II Subject File, 1918-1963

Scope and Contents note

Drafts of writings, notes, memoranda, letters, printed matter, and typed excerpts from printed sources, used as research material for unpublished writings on World War II. Includes material collected for Hoover by Arthur Kemp
Box/Folder: 111 : 1-2

Atom bomb. Memorandum, clippings, printed articles, official report of Manhattan Project ( Atomic Energy for Military Purposes), and United States Strategic Bombing Survey reports ( Japan's Struggle to End the War; The Effects of Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki; Summary Report: Pacific War), 1945-1947

Box/Folder: 111 : 3

Balkans. Clippings and press releases, 1944-1945

Box/Folder: 111 : 4-5

Baltic States. Clippings, printed articles, serial issues, press releases, typed excerpts from printed sources, and pamphlets, 1940-1946

Scope and Contents note

Includes Lithuania in a Twin Teutonic Clutch; Lithuania under the Sickle and Hammer; Lithuania's Fight for Freedom
Box/Folder: 111 : 6

Bulgaria. Notes, clippings, printed excerpts, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1944-1945

Box/Folder: 111 : 7-8

Byrnes, James F. Clippings, printed speeches by Byrnes, and typed excerpts from Byrnes' memoirs and other printed sources, 1943-1947

Box/Folder: 112 : 1

China. Draft writings, memoranda, clippings, printed articles, typed excerpts from printed sources, pamphlet ( Red Cloud over China), and letter by Patrick J. Hurley, 1938-1962

Box/Folder: 112-121

Chronology.

Scope and Contents note

Drafts of writings, notes, memoranda, letters and typed transcripts of letters, speech transcripts, clippings, printed articles, pamphlets, and typed excerpts from printed sources
Box/Folder: 112 : 2

General

Box/Folder: 112 : 3

1919-1936

Box/Folder: 112 : 4

1937

Box/Folder: 112

1938

Box/Folder: 112 :

"Diary" (actually chronology of world events and of activities by Hoover, prepared subsequently to their occurrence)

Box/Folder: 112 : 5

Concise version

Box/Folder: 112 : 6

Full version, including documentary inserts

Box/Folder: 112 : 7

Hoover visit to Europe, February-March

Box/Folder: 112 : 8

Miscellany

Box/Folder: 112-113

1939

Box/Folder: 112-113

"Diary"

Box/Folder: 112 : 9

Concise version

Box/Folder: 113

Full version

Box/Folder: 113 : 1

January-June

Box/Folder: 113 : 2

July-September

Box/Folder: 113 : 3

October-December

Box/Folder: 113 : 4

Miscellany

Box/Folder: 113-115

1940

Box/Folder: 113-114

"Diary"

Box/Folder: 113

Concise version

Box/Folder: 113 : 5

January-June

Box/Folder: 113 : 6

July-September

Box/Folder: 114

Full version

Box/Folder: 114 : 1

January-May

Box/Folder: 114 : 2

June-August

Box/Folder: 114 : 3

September

Box/Folder: 114 : 4

October

Box/Folder: 114 : 5

November-December

Box/Folder: 115 : 1

John C. O'Laughlin letters to Hoover

Scope and Contents note

Typed transcripts
Box/Folder: 115 : 2

Miscellany

Box/Folder: 115-118

1941

Box/Folder: 115-117

"Diary"

Box/Folder: 115

Concise version

Box/Folder: 115 : 3

January-June

Box/Folder: 115 : 4

July-December

Box/Folder: 115-117

Full version

Box/Folder: 115 : 5

January-February

Box/Folder: 116 : 1

March-April

Box/Folder: 116 : 2

May-June

Box/Folder: 116 : 3

July-August

Box/Folder: 116 : 4

September

Box/Folder: 116 : 4

October

Box/Folder: 117 : 1

November

Box/Folder: 117 : 2

December 1-7

Box/Folder: 117 : 3

December 8-31

Box/Folder: 117 : 4

John C. O'Laughlin letters to Hoover

Scope and Contents note

Typed transcripts
Box/Folder: 117 : 5

Miscellaneous drafts of writings, notes, and memoranda

Box/Folder: 117 : 6

Miscellaneous clippings

Box/Folder: 118 : 1

Miscellaneous clippings (contd.)

Box/Folder: 118

1942

Box/Folder: 118 : 2

January-February

Box/Folder: 118 : 3

March-June

Box/Folder: 118 : 4

July-December

Box/Folder: 118 : 5

Miscellany

Scope and Contents note

Includes pamphlet Native Nazi Purge Plot
Box/Folder: 119-120

1943

Box/Folder: 119 : 1

January-July

Box/Folder: 119 : 2

July-August

Box/Folder: 119 : 3

September-October

Box/Folder: 119 : 4

November-December

Box/Folder: 120 : 1

Miscellany

Box/Folder: 120

1944

Box/Folder: 120 : 2

January-June

Box/Folder: 120 : 3

July-December

Box/Folder: 120 : 4

Miscellany

Box/Folder: 120-121

1945

Box/Folder: 120 : 5

January-May

Box/Folder: 121 : 1

June-September

Box/Folder: 121 : 2

Miscellany

Box/Folder: 121

Churchill, Winston

Box/Folder: 121 : 3

Speech transcripts, 1940-1941

Box/Folder: 121 : 4

Printed excerpts from memoirs, 1948-1953

Box/Folder: 122-123

Conferences

Scope and Contents note

Drafts of writings, notes, memoranda, press releases and texts of conference statements, clippings, printed articles, pamphlets, printed excerpts, and typed excerpts from printed sources
Box/Folder: 122 : 1

Atlantic Charter Conference, 1941 August

Scope and Contents note

Includes booklet The Atlantic Charter and Africa from an American Viewpoint
Box/Folder: 122 : 2

Casablanca Conference, 1943 January

Box/Folder: 122 : 3

First Quebec Conference, 1943 August

Box/Folder: 122 : 4

Moscow Conference, 1943 October

Scope and Contents note

Includes printed report by Cordell Hull
Box/Folder: 122 : 5

First Cairo Conference, 1943 November

Box/Folder: 122 : 6

Tehran Conference, 1943 November-December

Box/Folder: 122 : 7

Second Cairo Conference, 1943 December

Box/Folder: 122 : 8

Second Quebec Conference, 1944 September

Box/Folder: 122 : 9

Malta Conference, 1945 January-February

Box/Folder: 123

Yalta Conference, 1945 February

Box/Folder: 123 : 1-2

Drafts of writings, notes, memoranda, and typed excerpts from printed sources

Box/Folder: 123 : 3

Printed matter

Box/Folder: 123 : 4

Potsdam Conference, 1945 July-August

Scope and Contents note

Includes pamphlet Potsdam or Peace
Box/Folder: 123 : 5

Czechoslovakia. Notes, clippings, printed excerpts, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1938-1949

Box/Folder: 123 : 6

Farley, James A. Typed excerpts from memoirs, 1948

Box/Folder: 124 : 1

Finland. Memoranda, notes, letters, clippings, printed excerpts, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1939-1962

Box/Folder: 124 : 2-3

France. Letter and report by René de Chambrun, and clippings, 1940-1945

Box/Folder: 124 : 4

Garner, John Nance. Printed and typed excerpts from memoirs, 1948

Box/Folder: 124

Germany

Box/Folder: 124 : 5

General. Drafts of writings, notes, memoranda, letters, reports, clippings, pamphlets, printed excerpts, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1934-1963

Scope and Contents note

Includes The German White Paper; Hitlerism: Why and Whither
Box/Folder: 124 : 6

Documents on German Foreign Policy, 1918-1945, 1956

Box/Folder: 125 : 1-2

Great Britain. Memoranda, notes, clippings, printed excerpts, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1938-1962

Box/Folder: 125 : 3

Hopkins, Harry. Printed excerpts from biography by Robert E. Sherwood, 1948

Box/Folder: 125 : 4

Hull, Cordell. Printed excerpts from memoirs, 1948

Box/Folder: 125 : 5

Ickes, Harold L. Printed excerpts from memoirs, 1948

Box/Folder: 125 : 6

Italy. Memoranda, printed article, and printed excerpts, 1945-1949

Box/Folder: 125-126

Japan

Box/Folder: 125 : 7

Draft writings and typed excerpts from printed sources

Box/Folder: 126 : 1

Letters and memoranda, 1934-1963

Box/Folder: 126 : 2

Clippings, printed articles, and printed excerpts, 1941-1962

Scope and Contents note

Includes U.S. Department of State Bulletin re Pearl Harbor attack
Box/Folder: 126 : 3

Typed excerpts from memoirs of Prince Fumimaro Konoye with associated notes and clippings, 1945

Box/Folder: 126 : 4

Kennedy, Joseph P. Clippings, 1940-1962

Box/Folder: 126 : 5

MacArthur, Douglas. Photocopies of MacArthur-Hoover correspondence, typed transcript of MacArthur letter to Bonner Fellers, and typed transcript of news story, 1943-1953

Box/Folder: 126 : 6

Marshall, George C. Clippings, printed articles, and printed report by Marshall, The Winning of the War in Europe and the Pacific, 1945-1963

Box/Folder: 126 : 7

Morgenthau, Henry, Jr., and Morgenthau Plan. Printed excerpts from Morgenthau diaries, clippings, printed articles, memoranda, and notes, 1944-1948

Box/Folder: 126

Neutrality--United States

Box/Folder: 126 : 8

General. Letter by Hoover, memoranda, notes, clippings, Congressional Record speeches, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1941-1962

Box/Folder: 126 : 9

Anti-intervention issuances. Circulated documents and leaflets, ca. 1939-1941

Scope and Contents note

Includes pamphlet Anti-War Crusade
Box/Folder: 126 : 10

Pro-intervention issuances. Circulated documents and leaflets, 1939-1941

Scope and Contents note

Includes Fight for Freedom pamphlet It's Fun to Be Free
Box/Folder: 126 : 11

John Venuti (crew member, U.S.S. Orizaba) log of U.S. Navy operations in the Atlantic, with ship newsletter issues, 1941

Box/Folder: 127 : 1

O'Laughlin, John C. Photocopies and typed transcripts of O'Laughlin-Hoover correspondence, 1939-1941

Box/Folder: 127-128

Poland

Scope and Contents note

Drafts of writings, notes, memoranda, clippings, printed excerpts, and typed excerpts from printed sources
Box/Folder: 127 : 2

General

Box/Folder: 127 : 3

1939-1941

Box/Folder: 127 : 4

1942-1943

Box/Folder: 127 : 5

1944

Box/Folder: 127 : 6

1945

Box/Folder: 127 : 7-8

Polish Government-in-Exile pamphlets, 1943-1946

Scope and Contents note

Includes Poland Accuses; Polish-Soviet Relations, 1918-1943; Polish Facts and Figures series
Box/Folder: 128 : 1

Polish-American organization issuances. Resolutions, petitions, pamphlets, and transcripts of letters, 1942-1946

Scope and Contents note

Includes An Appeal to Franklin Delano Roosevelt..on Behalf of Poland; The Case for Poland; Great Britain's Obligations towards Poland
Box/Folder: 128 : 2

Katyn Forest Massacre. Clippings and pamphlet Death at Katyn, 1945-1949

Box/Folder: 128 : 3

Postwar planning. Memorandum and clipping, 1943

Box/Folder: 128 : 4

Romania. Clippings, 1944-1945

Box/Folder: 128-129

Roosevelt, Franklin D.

Box/Folder: 128 : 5

General. Memoranda, clippings, and printed articles, 1942-1949

Scope and Contents note

Includes printed compendium of speeches by Roosevelt from 1933 to 1942, Development of United States Foreign Policy
Box/Folder: 128-129

Speech transcripts on foreign policy

Scope and Contents note

Printed texts and printed and typed excerpts
Box/Folder: 128 : 6

1935-1938

Box/Folder: 128 : 7-8

1939

Box/Folder: 129 : 1-2

1940

Box/Folder: 129 : 3

1941

Box/Folder: 129 : 4

1943

Box/Folder: 130

Soviet Union

Scope and Contents note

Memoranda, notes, clippings, printed articles, and printed and typed excerpts
Box/Folder: 130 : 1

General

Box/Folder: 130 : 2

1918-1940

Box/Folder: 130 : 3

1941

Box/Folder: 130 : 4

1942

Box/Folder: 130 : 5

1943

Box/Folder: 130 : 6

1944

Box/Folder: 130 : 7

1945

Box/Folder: 130 : 8

Spain. Memorandum, clippings, and press releases of the Spanish Embassy in the United States, 1945-1946

Box/Folder: 130 : 9

Stettinius, Edward R., Jr. Clippings, speech transcripts, and printed excerpt, 1943-1946

Box/Folder: 130 : 10

Stilwell, Joseph. Printed article and printed excerpts, 1948-1956

Box/Folder: 130 : 11

Stimson, Henry L. Printed excerpts from memoirs, 1948

Box/Folder: 131 : 1-2

Truman, Harry S. Clippings and speech transcripts, 1944-1945

Box/Folder: 131 : 3

Yugoslavia. Clippings, and pamphlets, ca. 1943-1945

Scope and Contents note

Includes The Political Situation in Yugoslavia Today; Shall Slovenia Be Sovietized?
Box/Folder: 131 : 4

Miscellany. Notes, undated

Box: 132-161

General Subject File, 1918-1965

Scope and Contents note

Drafts of writings, notes, memoranda, letters, printed matter, and typed excerpts from printed sources, mainly relating to the post-World War II period and in part used as research material for unpublished writings. Includes material collected for Hoover by Arthur Kemp
Box/Folder: 132 : 1

Africa. Clippings, 1952-1961

Box/Folder: 132 : 2

Aged. Congressional report, The Aged and the Aging in the United States, 1959

Box/Folder: 132 : 3

Americanism. Notes, clippings, printed articles, serial issues, essays, speeches, typed excerpts from printed sources, and circulated documents, 1933-1959

Box/Folder: 132 : 4

Asia. Notes, clippings, and report by Claude A. Buss, 1951-1964

Box/Folder: 132 : 5

Austria. Clippings, printed article, and report by Frank E. Mason, 1945-1946

Box/Folder: 132 : 6

Balkans. Clippings, 1946-1953

Box/Folder: 132 : 7

Belgian American Educational Foundation. Report and Directory of Fellows for the Years 1952-1957

Box/Folder: 132 : 8

Bulgaria. Notes and clippings, 1945-1948

Box/Folder: 132 : 9

Bullitt, William C. Clippings, printed articles, and printed dispatches from Moscow, 1935-1948

Box/Folder: 132 : 10

Byrnes, James F. Clippings, printed article, and printed speeches, 1946-1950

Box/Folder: 133 : 1

Byrnes, James F. (contd.)

Box/Folder: 133-134

China

Box/Folder: 133 : 2

Drafts of writings, with memoranda, notes, and circulated material, 1945-1964

Box/Folder: 133 : 3-4

Clippings, printed articles, and printed excerpts from the Congressional Record and other sources, 1945-1962

Box/Folder: 133 : 5

Pamphlets and Congressional reports, 1949-1963

Scope and Contents note

Includes Bishop Walsh of Maryknoll; China: Key to the Orient and to Asia; China Lob-Lolly; The Committee of One Million; Communist China: A Nation Enslaved; Testimony of a Defector from Communist China
Box/Folder: 134 : 1

Pamphlets and Congressional reports, 1949-1963 (contd.)

Box/Folder: 134-135

Chronology

Scope and Contents note

Drafts of writings, notes, memoranda, speeches, typed excerpts from printed sources, press releases, clippings, and printed articles
Box/Folder: 134 : 2

1945 October-December

Box/Folder: 134 : 3

1946

Box/Folder: 134 : 4

1947

Box/Folder: 134 : 5

1948

Box/Folder: 134 : 6

1949-1950

Box/Folder: 134 : 7-8

1951

Box/Folder: 135 : 1

1952-1963

Box/Folder: 135 : 2

Churchill, Winston. Printed article re Boer War experiences, 1963

Box/Folder: 135

Communism

Box/Folder: 135 : 3

General. Clippings, printed articles, typed excerpts from printed sources, speeches, and Congressional reports, 1954-1961

Box/Folder: 135 : 4-5

Problems of Communism. Serial issues, 1958-1964

Box/Folder: 136-139

Conferences

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, printed articles, and communiqués
Box/Folder: 136 : 1

Three-Power Conference, Moscow, 1945 December

Box/Folder: 136 : 2-4

Council of Foreign Ministers, Paris, 1946 April-July 1945 December

Box/Folder: 137 : 1-4

Peace Conference, Paris, 1946 July-October

Box/Folder: 138 : 1-2

Council of Foreign Ministers, New York City, 1946 November-December

Box/Folder: 138 : 3

Council of Foreign Ministers, London, 1947 January-February

Box/Folder: 138 : 4

Council of Foreign Ministers, Moscow, 1947 March-April

Box/Folder: 139 : 1-2

Council of Foreign Ministers, Moscow, 1947 March-April (contd.)

Box/Folder: 139 : 3

Balkans Trade Conference, Geneva, 1947 April

Box/Folder: 139 : 4

European Conference on the Marshall Plan, Paris, 1947 September

Box/Folder: 139 : 5

Council of Foreign Ministers, London, 1947 December

Box/Folder: 139 : 6

Three-Power Conference, London, 1948 February

Box/Folder: 139 : 7

International Trade Organization Conference, Havana, 1948 February-March

Box/Folder: 139 : 8

Four-Power Conference, London, 1948 March

Box/Folder: 139 : 9

Council of Foreign Ministers, Paris, 1949 May-June

Box/Folder: 140 : 1

Cuba. Clippings, radio broadcast transcript, and Congressional report, Communist Threat to the United States through the Caribbean, 1960-1961

Box/Folder: 140 : 2

Czechoslovakia. Clippings and printed article, 1946-1949

Box/Folder: 140 : 3

Democracy. Clippings, 1938-1954

Box/Folder: 140 : 4

Economic growth. Booklet by W. W. Rostow, The Stages of Economic Growth: A Non-Communist Manifesto, 1960

Box/Folder: 140 : 5

Economic reconversion. Clippings, 1944-1946

Box/Folder: 140 : 6

Education and technology. Conference programs, printed articles, and pamphlets, 1958-1959

Scope and Contents note

Includes The Pursuit of Excellence: Education and the Future of America
Box/Folder: 140-141

Eisenhower, Dwight D.

Box/Folder: 140 : 7

General. Typed excerpts from printed sources, press releases, and Eisenhower administration printed reports, 1952-1959

Box/Folder: 140 : 8-9

Clippings, printed articles, and printed speeches, 1952-1961

Box/Folder: 141 : 1-6

Clippings, printed articles, and printed speeches, 1952-1961 (contd.)

Box/Folder: 142 : 1

Europe. Clippings, and report by Ernest T. Weir, 1946-1954

Box/Folder: 142 : 2

Finland. Memorandum, press release, clippings, and printed article, 1946-1947

Box/Folder: 142 : 3

Food supply and food relief. Memoranda, statistics, reports, printed articles, and clippings, 1947-1961

Box/Folder: 142 : 4

Foreign aid. Reports, speeches, clippings, and pamphlets, 1947-1961

Scope and Contents note

Includes Foreign Aid and You; United States Aid and Indian Economic Development; Voluntary Foreign Aid
Box/Folder: 142 : 5

Forrestal, James. Speeches, clippings, printed article, and radio broadcast transcript, 1944-1949

Box/Folder: 142 : 6-7

France. Clippings and printed articles, 1945-1949

Box/Folder: 143

Germany

Box/Folder: 143 : 1

General. Memoranda, letters, reports, bulletins, press releases, circulated documents, printed articles, and clippings, 1947-1961

Scope and Contents note

Includes reports by Christopher Emmet and Louis Lochner; The Efforts Made by the Federal Republic to Re-establish the Unity of Germany by Means of All-German Elections; U.S. Department of State bulletin Berlin, 1961
Box/Folder: 143 : 2-4

Letters from Germans to Hoover, with printed enclosures, 1949-1950

Scope and Contents note

Letters of gratitude for Hoover's efforts to prevent industrial dismantling of Germany
Box/Folder: 143 : 5

Clippings, 1946-1952

Box/Folder: 144

Goebbels, Joseph, diaries. Material relating to acquisition of Goebbels diaries by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace

Box/Folder: 144 : 1

Memoranda, 1948

Scope and Contents note

Memorandum by Hoover with attachments; memoranda by Perrin C. Galpin, Harold H. Fisher, and Frank E. Mason
Box/Folder: 144 : 2

Notes, 1947-1950

Box/Folder: 144 : 3-4

Correspondence, 1948

Scope and Contents note

Includes letters by Hoover and by Norman Armour, Harold I. Baynton, David L. Bazelon, Lucius D. Clay, Harold H. Fisher, Perrin C. Galpin, Hugh Gibson, William F. Heimlich, Richard C. Hunt, Louis Lochner, Kenneth C. Royall, and Lewis L. Strauss
Box/Folder: 144 : 5

Clippings and printed articles, 1948

Box/Folder: 145 : 1-2

Great Britain. Clippings, printed articles, and pamphlets, 1938-1952

Scope and Contents note

Includes Britain's Economic Crisis; Communist Attach on Great Britain
Box/Folder: 145 : 3-4

Greece. Clippings, printed articles, and pamphlet Devastation in Greece, 1946-1947

Box/Folder: 145 : 5

Guatemala. Clippings and report, 1953

Box/Folder: 145 : 6

Human Events. Serial issues, 1962-1964

Box/Folder: 146 : 1-2

Hungary. Clippings, printed articles, and press release, 1946-1951

Box/Folder: 146 : 3

Ideas and ideology. Clippings, serial issue, and pamphlets, 1953-1958

Scope and Contents note

Includes The Gentleman of Culture; The Influence of History; Quest for Freedom; Why Liberty?
Box/Folder: 146 : 4-5

Intelligence Digest. Serial issues, 1951-1953

Box/Folder: 146-147

Japan

Box/Folder: 146 : 6

General. Notes, reports by Eugene Dooman and Teigi Tomatsu, and pamphlets, 1945-1960

Scope and Contents note

Includes Japan Now; Literature on Contemporary Japan
Box/Folder: 147 : 1-2

Clippings and printed articles, 1945-1949

Box/Folder: 147 : 3

Food supply and food relief. Letter by Douglas MacArthur and reports, 1945-1948

Box/Folder: 147

Reparations

Box/Folder: 147

General. Letters by Hoover and others, memoranda, reports, and clippings, 1945-1950

Scope and Contents note

Includes "Report on the Industrial Disarmament of Japan" by the Engineers Joint Council, studies by the Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers staff, and memorandum by Japanese officials
Box/Folder: 147 : 5

"Report on Industrial Reparations Survey of Japan to the United States of America" by Overseas Consultants, Inc., 1948

Box/Folder: 148 : 1-2

Jenner, William E. Press releases from the office of Senator Jenner, 1954-1957

Box/Folder: 148 : 3

Kahn, Albert E. Correspondence, memoranda, and notes, 1946, re allegations by Kahn in his book The Great Conspiracy of political manipulation of food relief in Russia by the American Relief Administration.

Scope and Contents note

Includes letters by Hoover and John Richardson, and memoranda from both sides re potential legal action
Box/Folder: 148 : 4

Kennedy, John F.--Assassination. Clippings, 1963-1964

Box/Folder: 148

Korea and Korean War

Box/Folder: 148 : 5

General. Letters, memoranda, notes, press releases, and reports, 1947-1962

Scope and Contents note

Includes U.S. War Department report on Korean coal situation, 1947, and report of American-Korean Foundation mission to Korea, 1953
Box/Folder: 149 : 1-2

Clippings, printed articles, and Congressional Record excerpts, 1946-1953

Box/Folder: 149 : 3

Labor--United States. Clippings, printed article, and brochure, 1946-1960

Box/Folder: 149 : 4

Latin America. Clippings, 1946-1954

Box/Folder: 149 : 5

Legislation-United States. Congressional statutes, bills, and resolutions, with associated memoranda and printed articles, 1919-1921, relating to post-World War I economic reconversion and social and welfare measures

Box/Folder: 149 : 6

Lithuania. Bulletins, notes, and printed excerpts, 1946-1947

Box/Folder: 149 : 7

MacArthur, Douglas. Clippings, pamphlet, and Congressional reports, 1951-1955

Scope and Contents note

Includes War, Religion, World Peace by MacArthur, and Congressional reports re dismissal of MacArthur
Box/Folder: 150 : 1-2

Marshall, George C. Memorandum, clippings, and printed articles, 1945-1959

Box/Folder: 150

Marshall Plan

Box/Folder: 150 : 3

Drafts of writings, memoranda, and notes, 1947-1949

Box/Folder: 150 : 4-5

Congressional testimony, briefs, and reports, 1947-1948

Scope and Contents note

Includes statements by Lewis H. Brown, John J. McCloy, and Ernest T. Weir
Box/Folder: 150 : 6

Clippings, printed articles, and Congressional Record excerpts, 1947-1951

Box/Folder: 150 : 7

Mills College. Serial issue, 1960

Box/Folder: 151 : 1

National Academy of Sciences. Notes, memoranda, reports, and excerpts from minutes, 1924-1955, relating to Hoover's service as a trustee of the Academy's National Research Fund

Scope and Contents note

Includes resolutions of appreciation
Box/Folder: 151-153

Nuclear weapons and nuclear energy

Box/Folder: 151 : 2

General. Speeches, pamphlets, and Congressional reports, 1945-1960

Scope and Contents note

Includes speech by Vannevar Bush, and printed copy of Modern Man Is Obsolete by Norman Cousins, inscribed to Hoover
Box/Folder: 151

United Nations Atomic Energy Commission issuances

Box/Folder: 151 : 3

General. Reports and memoranda, 1946-1947

Box/Folder: 151 : 4

Scientific Information Transmitted to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission by the United States Member. Report series prepared by the office of Bernard M. Baruch, 1946

Box/Folder: 151 : 5

United States Department of State reports, 1946

Scope and Contents note

Includes A Report on the International Control of Atomic Energy; United States Atomic Energy Proposals
Box/Folder: 151-153

Clippings and printed articles

Box/Folder: 151 : 6

1945

Box/Folder: 152 : 1-2

1945 (contd.)

Box/Folder: 152 : 3-5

1946

Box/Folder: 153 : 1

1947-1963

Box/Folder: 153

Nuremberg War Crime Trials--Ernst von Weizsäcker defense exhibits, 1947-1948

Box/Folder: 153 : 2

Document Book 2. "Weizsäcker's Motives to Stay in Office"

Box/Folder: 153 : 3

Document Book 4. "Struggle at the Side of the Evangelical Church and International Charitable Organizations"

Box/Folder: 153 : 4

Document Book 5. "Assistance to the Persecuted Church"

Box/Folder: 153 : 5

Document Book 6. "Help to the Persecuted"

Box/Folder: 154

Poland

Box/Folder: 154 : 1

General. Drafts of writings, speech, and pamphlets, 1946-1947

Scope and Contents note

Includes Poland: The Children Cannot Wait; Who's Who of the Regime in Poland
Box/Folder: 154

Clippings and printed articles

Box/Folder: 154 : 2-3

1946

Box/Folder: 154 : 4

1947

Box/Folder: 154 : 5

1948-1961

Box/Folder: 154 : 6

Presidents--United States (Comparative). Clippings and charts, 1954-1960

Box/Folder: 154 : 7

Romania. Notes and clippings, 1946-1947

Box/Folder: 155

Roosevelt, Franklin D.

Box/Folder: 155 : 1

General. Brochure, notes, memorandum, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1932-1947

Scope and Contents note

Includes memorandum and transcript of Congressional hearing re papers of Roosevelt and Roosevelt Presidential Library
Box/Folder: 155 : 2-3

Clippings, printed articles, and pamphlet, The Roosevelt Death: A Super Mystery, 1932-1960

Box/Folder: 155 : 4

Social Security System. Memoranda and Congressional testimony, 1949

Box/Folder: 155 : 5

Sorge, Richard, spy ring. Letter by Hoover, memoranda, investigative certifications, and Congressional Record speeches, 1949-1951

Box/Folder: 155-157

Soviet Union

Box/Folder: 155 : 6

Drafts of writings, letters, memoranda, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1931-1959

Box/Folder: 155 : 7

Quotations from Soviet leaders, with accompanying notes and memoranda, 1918-1964

Box/Folder: 155 : 8

Diplomatic recognition by United States. Drafts of writings, notes, memoranda, clippings, printed excerpts, and typed excerpts from printed sources, 1921-1960

Box/Folder: 156 : 1

Speeches and radio broadcast transcripts, 1934-1960

Scope and Contents note

Includes speeches by Rexford Tugwell and Henry A. Wallace
Box/Folder: 156 : 2

Congressional reports, 1957-1963

Box/Folder: 156 : 3

Pamphlets, 1938-1960

Scope and Contents note

Includes Economic Comparisons, USA/USSR; An Investment Banker Visits Russia; Litvinoff; The Nature of the Enemy; The Public Finance of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Steel in the Soviet Union; The Unrelenting War
Box/Folder: 156 : 4

Serial issues, 1940-1961

Box/Folder: 156-157

Clippings and printed articles

Box/Folder: 156 : 5-6

1946

Box/Folder: 157 : 1

1946 (contd.)

Box/Folder: 157 : 2-3

1947

Box/Folder: 157 : 4

1948-1949

Box/Folder: 157 : 5

1951-1964

Box/Folder: 157 : 6

Stanford University. Programs, brochure, and serial issue, 1941-1961

Box/Folder: 157 : 7

Stevenson, Adlai E. Clippings, and printed speeches, 1953-1960

Box/Folder: 157-158

Taiwan

Box/Folder: 157 : 8

Memoranda and notes, 1949-1950

Box/Folder: 157-158

Clippings and Congressional Record excerpts

Box/Folder: 157 : 9

1946-1949

Box/Folder: 158 : 1-3

1950

Box/Folder: 158 : 4

1951-1962

Box/Folder: 158 : 5

Truman, Harry S. Printed speeches, press releases, clippings, and Congressional Record excerpts, 1950-1958

Box/Folder: 158 : 6

United Nations. Clippings, 1951-1961

Box/Folder: 158-160

United States

Box/Folder: 158-159

Armed Forces

Box/Folder: 158 : 7

Reorganization. Press release and Congressional report, Unification of the War and Navy Departments and Postwar Organization for National Security, 1945-1948

Box/Folder: 158 : 8

B-36 bomber hearings. Testimony of senior military officers before House Armed Services Committee, 1949

Box/Folder: 159 : 1-2

B-36 bomber hearings (contd.) 1949

Box/Folder: 159

Economy

Box/Folder: 159 : 3

Letters, speeches, press releases, and statements, 1950-1960

Scope and Contents note

Includes letter by Robert A. Taft, speech by Arthur Kemp, and "Inflation" by Gottfried Haberler
Box/Folder: 159 : 4-5

Printed matter. Clippings, printed articles, serial issues, and pamphlets, 1949-1962

Box/Folder: 159-160

Foreign policy

Box/Folder: 159 : 6

Drafts of writings on the Cold War

Box/Folder: 160 : 1

Letters from members of the public, 1950-1951, in support of Hoover's foreign policy radio broadcast of 1950 December 20

Box/Folder: 160 : 2

Statements and radio broadcasts by others, 1958-1961

Box/Folder: 160 : 3

Printed matter. Clippings, printed articles, pamphlets, and Congressional and Department of State publications, 1953-1965

Scope and Contents note

Includes Survival by Bonner Fellers
Box/Folder: 160

Politics

Box/Folder: 160 : 4

General. Clippings, printed articles, pamphlets, and press releases, 1954-1962

Scope and Contents note

Includes As Seen from the Right by Don Lohbeck
Box/Folder: 160 : 5

Polling data, 1944-1946

Box/Folder: 160 : 6

United States. Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government. Letters, clippings, Congressional Record excerpts, and resolutions of appreciation for Hoover's chairmanship, 1953-1961

Box/Folder: 160 : 7

United States. Supreme Court. Letter, clippings, printed articles, and pamphlets, 1958-1959

Box/Folder: 161

Yugoslavia

Box/Folder: 161 : 1

General. Memoranda, report, serial issue, and pamphlets, 1945-1958

Box/Folder: 161

Clippings and printed articles

Box/Folder: 161 : 2-4

1946

Box/Folder: 161 : 5

1947-1949

Box/Folder: 161 : 6

Miscellany. Telephone call list, list of World War I relief aides, "Think of a Man" Saturday Review reprint, and printed miscellany, 1951-1962

Box/Folder: 161 : 7

Biographical miscellany. Clippings and other printed references to Hoover, 1939-1963

Scope and Contents note

Includes pamphlet by William Starr Myers, The True Republican Record, 1929-1933
Box: 162-171

Financial Records, 1954-1958

Scope and Contents note

Waldorf-Astoria Hotel room service and long distance telephone service bills
Box/Folder: 162-164

1954

Box/Folder: 162 : 1

January

Box/Folder: 162 : 2

February

Box/Folder: 162 : 3

March

Box/Folder: 162 : 4

April

Box/Folder: 162 : 5

May

Box/Folder: 163 : 1

June

Box/Folder: 163 : 2

July

Box/Folder: 163 : 3

August

Box/Folder: 163 : 4

September

Box/Folder: 163 : 5

October

Box/Folder: 164 : 1

November

Box/Folder: 164 : 2

December

Box/Folder: 164-166

1955

Box/Folder: 164 : 3

January

Box/Folder: 164 : 4

February

Box/Folder: 164 : 5

March

Box/Folder: 164 : 6

April

Box/Folder: 164 : 7

May

Box/Folder: 165 : 1

June

Box/Folder: 165 : 2

July

Box/Folder: 165 : 3

August

Box/Folder: 165 : 4

September

Box/Folder: 165 : 5

October

Box/Folder: 165 : 6

November

Box/Folder: 166 : 1

December

Box/Folder: 1966-1968

1956

Box/Folder: 166 : 2

January

Box/Folder: 166 : 3

February

Box/Folder: 166 : 4

March

Box/Folder: 167 : 1

April

Box/Folder: 167 : 2

October

Box/Folder: 167 : 3

November

Box/Folder: 168 : 1

December

Box/Folder: 168-170

1957

Box/Folder: 168 : 2

January

Box/Folder: 168 : 3

February

Box/Folder: 168 : 4

March

Box/Folder: 169 : 1

April

Box/Folder: 169 : 2

May

Box/Folder: 169 : 3

June

Box/Folder: 169 : 4

August

Box/Folder: 169 : 5

September

Box/Folder: 170 : 1

October

Box/Folder: 170 : 2

November

Box/Folder: 170 : 3

December

Box/Folder: 170-171

1958

Box/Folder: 170 : 4

January

Box/Folder: 171 : 1

February

Box/Folder: 171 : 2

March

Box/Folder: 171 : 3

April

Box: 172

Oversize File, 1961-1963

Scope and Contents note

Serial issues, mainly of Life and Look, with special articles, mainly relating to communism and the Russian Revolution
Box: 173

Audiovisual File, 1960-1963

Scope and Contents note

Sound recording and microfilm segment
Box/Folder: 173

Sound recording of radio news broadcast re Russian trawler, 1960

Box/Folder: 173

Microfilm of a segment from "Freedom Betrayed," Z edition, Section I, 1963

Box 174

Incremental Materials