Register of the Hugh Gibson papers

Finding aid prepared by Linda M. Bernard and Beaudry R. Allen
Hoover Institution Archives
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Stanford University
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Title: Hugh Gibson papers
Date (inclusive): 1900-1983
Collection Number: 56000
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 131 manuscript boxes, 26 oversize boxes, 22 envelopes, 1 sound disc, memorabilia (92.4 linear feet)
Abstract: Diaries, writings, correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, photographs, and printed matter relating to American foreign relations, international disarmament, the League of Nations, and relief work in Europe during World Wars I and II. Diaries from 1918 also available on microfilm (1 reel). Food mission diaries of 1946 and 1947 are also available at  or at 
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Creator: Gibson, Hugh, 1883-1954.


Collection is open for research. Food mission diaries of 1946 and 1947 are also available at  or at 
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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Hugh Gibson papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1956, with additional increments in 2013, 2014, and 2015.


Materials may have been added to the collection since this finding aid was prepared. To determine if this has occurred, find the collection in Stanford University's online catalog at . Materials have been added to the collection if the number of boxes listed in the online catalog is larger than the number of boxes listed in this finding aid.

Alternate Forms Available

Diaries from 1918 also available on microfilm (1 reel). Food mission diaries of 1946 and 1947 are also available at  or at 

Separated Materials

Some publications, newspapers, and pamphlets have been transferred to the Hoover Institution Library, see Appendix for list.

Biographical Note

1883 August 16 Born, Los Angeles, California
circa 1898 Attended Los Angeles Military Academy
circa 1900 Attended Pomona College
1907 Graduated, École libre des sciences politiques, Paris
1908 Took the Diplomatic Service Examination
1908-1909 Secretary, American Legation, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
1909-1910 Second Secretary, American Embassy, London
1910 Private secretary to the Assistant Secretary of State, Washington
1911 Clerk, Department of State, Washington
1911-1913 Secretary, American Legation, Havana, Cuba
1913 Observer, elections for Constituent Assembly of Santo Domingo
1914-1916 Secretary, American Legation, Brussels; liaison between Herbert Hoover and the Belgian government for the Commission for Relief in Belgium
1916 First Secretary, American Embassy, London
1917 Assigned to State Department - War Missions
  Author, A Journal from Our Legation in Belgium
  Aide to Lord Balfour, British Minister of Foreign Affairs, during visit to the U.S.
  Attached to Belgian War Mission during visit to the U.S.
1918 First Secretary, American Embassy, Paris; advisor to General Pershing
1918-1919 Member, Interallied Mission to Countries of former Austro-Hungarian Empire
1919-1924 Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Poland (Warsaw)
1922 Married Ynes Reyntiens, Brussels
1924 Attended Temporary Mixed Commission for the Reduction of Armaments, League of Nations, Geneva; maintained as Ambassador-at-Large, League of Nations
1924-1927 Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Switzerland (Bern)
1925 Vice-Chairman, American Delegation, Arms Traffic Conference, Geneva
1926-1930 Chairman, American Delegation, Preparatory Commission for the Disarmament Conference, Geneva
1927 Delegate, Conference on Private Manufacture of Arms, Geneva
  Chairman of American delegation and conference, Conference for the Further Limitation of Naval Armaments (also called Tripartite Naval Conference or the Three Power Conference), Geneva
1927-1933 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Belgium and Envoy Extraordinary Minister Plenipotentiary to Luxemburg (Brussels)
1928 Doctor of Diplomacy and Political Science, Universite Catholique de Louvain
1929 Birth of son Michael Francis, Brussels
1930 Delegate, London Naval Conference

Doctor of Law, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
1931 Doctor of Law, Yale University
  Observer, Conference of Experts for a Moratorium on Intergovernmental Debts (also called the London Conference or the International Conference of Ministers), London
1932-1933 Acting Chairman, American Delegation, General Disarmament Conference, Geneva
1933-1937 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Brazil (Rio de Janeiro)
1935 American Representative, Mediatory Group to end the Chaco War between Bolivia and Paraguay; delegate, Chaco Peace Conference, Buenos Aires
1937 Author, Rio
1937-1938 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Belgium and Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Luxemburg (Brussels)
1938 Retired from foreign service
1939 Author, Belgium: The Country and Its People
  Vice-President, Belgian American Educational Foundation; Chairman, A.R.A. Association
1940 Escaped from France during German occupation
  European representative for the National Committee on Food for Small Democracies
1940-1941 Director General for Europe of the Commission for Polish Relief and the Commission for Relief in Belgium
1942 Author, The Problems of Lasting Peace (with Herbert Hoover)
1944 Author, The Road to Foreign Policy
1945 Author, The Basis of Lasting Peace (with Herbert Hoover)
1946-1947 Member, Herbert Hoover Food Mission (Herbert Hoover, Chairman)
1947 Member, Investigatory Committee for postwar German economic policies
1950 Death of Ynes R. Gibson
1952 Director, Provisional Intergovernmental Commission on Movements of Migrants from Europe (ICEM)
1954 December 12 Died, Geneva, Switzerland

Scope and Contents note

The Hugh Gibson papers consist of diaries, writings, correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, photographs, and printed matter relating to American foreign relations, international disarmament, the League of Nations, and relief work in Europe during World Wars I and II. Gibson's diaries of 1918 are also available on microfilm, and his food mission diaries of 1946 and 1947 are available at  or at 
The first increment was acquired in 2013 (boxes 153-155) and is comprised of family correspondence and an address book. The bulk of the correspondence is letters sent to Ynes Gibson and maintains the original arrangement of the creator.
The second increment (boxes 156-157) was acquired in 2014 and is comprised of correspondence, Ynes Gibson's diaries, photographs, and news clippings, speeches, and correspondence regarding Gibson's death.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

League of Nations.
International relief.
World War, 1914-1918--Civilian relief.
World War, 1939-1945--Civilian relief.
Belgium--Foreign relations--United States.
Brazil--Foreign relations--United States.
Poland--Foreign relations--United States.
Switzerland--Foreign relations--United States.
United States--Foreign relations--Belgium.
United States--Foreign relations--Brazil.
United States--Foreign relations--Poland.
United States--Foreign relations--Switzerland.
Hoover, Herbert, 1874-1964.
Diplomats--United States.

Boxes 1-9


Scope and Contents note

Bank statements, bills, clippings, identification cards and laissez-passers, insurance policies, legal papers, military record, and tax forms, arranged alphabetically by subject.
Box 1



Disallowed through loss of exchange, while Minister to Poland - Correspondence re relief bill, 1922-1930


For the Committee on Public Information, 1918


With Macy's


With the State Department, including salary statements and per diem allowances








With various banks


Banque H. Lambert, 1934-1935


Banque Populaire Suisse, 1926


Banque St. Phalle, 1929


Credit Suisse, 1926-1927


Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, 1918


Guarantee Trust Company of New York, 1924-1933

Physical Description: 3.0 folders
Box 2

National City Bank of New York








National Metropolitan Bank, 1924-1926


Security - First National Bank of Los Angeles, 1933-1936


Societe Generale de Belgique, 1923-1934


Union de Banques Suisses, 1926


Articles and press clippings on Hugh Gibson (hereafter Gibson)


Attorneys (Chapman and Chapman, Los Angeles)





Box 3

Autograph requests






Bills (gas, repairs, etc.)






Cadillac Limousine


Cadillac Toledo




Permits, driver's licenses, etc.




Paid, 1923-1933

Box 4

Paid, 1923-1933


Unpaid, 1924-1927


Biographical data


Bonds, stocks


Books, magazines


Cards (entry, identity, membership, visiting)





Box 5





Notices and obituaries

Physical Description: 3.0 folders

Tributes - Bohemian After Glow Party, New York, 1955 October 30


Fishing, hunting


Friends - List of names and addresses




Health [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Bourgeois, Maurice and Ferrero, Constantin]


Home furnishing

Box 6





In Geneva


Honorary membership in the Patriotic Order Sons of America, 1951













Box 7


Physical Description: 2.0 folders

Letters of introduction sent to, or written by, Gibson


Letters of introduction and recommendation for Gibson himself, written by Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1918-1919


Letter of appreciation for Gibson's cooperation written by Henry L. Stimson, 1933





Box 8

Pets [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Jacquet, Mr.; Lister, Winifred H. and Picton, Harry]


Poster collection


Retirement from foreign service, 1938




Speaking engagements




Telegram account

Box 9


Physical Description: 2.0 folders

U.S. Army - Officers' Reserve Corps






Congratulations sent to Hugh and Ynes




Wine cellar

Boxes 10-67


Scope and Contents note

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.
Box 10


Scope and Contents note

Unidentified correspondents probably include Walter Lippman, Maurice Pate, Maude Simonson, Lewis Strauss, "Jimmy" James Dunn, Gilchrist Stockton, Robert E. Tod, Charles de Kerchore, Peter Keena, and Anthony Lyell. Specific notes available in folder.




Box 11


Box 12


Box 13

A.R.A. Association, N.Y., 1925-1933


Aaroe, B., 1952


Abele, Clarence A., Capt., 1919-1927


Abingdon, Lady, undated


Academie Diplomatique Internationale, Paris, 1932


Academy of Political Science, N.Y., 1930-1932


Achenbach, Frederick, 1926


Achilles, Theodore C., 1954


Ackerman, Carl, 1921


Ackerman, Ernest R., 1929


Adamovicz, Dominik, 1922


Adams, C. Stacy, 1931


Adams, E. D. [See also: Hoover War Library], 1920-1929


Adatci, M., 1928-1929


Addams, Jane, 1926


Addinson, Thomas, 1922


Adee, Alvey Augustus, 1920


Adler, Cyrus, 1920


The Aeroplane, London, 1933


Affairs, Washington, D.C., 1930


Agence Belge Des Grandes Editions, Brussels, 1928-1929


Aghnides, A., 1931


Aguiera, Francisco Gutierrez, 1928


Ahlefeldt, P., 1931


Akeley, Mary L. Jobe (Mrs. Carl), 1928-1929


Akerson, George, 1927-1929


Alba, Duke of, 1927


Albin, Pierre, 1919


Aldrich, Mr., 1942


Algara de Terreros, Angel, 1952-1954


Allard, Josse, Baroness, undated


Allen, Frederick H., 1924-1929


Allen, Henry T., Maj. Gen., 1921


Allen, Jay, 1927-1932


Alles, Fred L., 1929


Almeida, Oscar, 1934


Ambrose, William H., 1924


American Ambassador, Brussels, undated


American Association for International Conciliation, N.Y., 1924


American Chamber of Commerce, London, 1930


American Club of Antwerp, 1930-1933


American Club of Brussels, 1931


American Committee to Aid the University of Nymegen (Holland), N.Y., 1949


American Council on NATO, N.Y., 1953


American Embassy, Brussels, 1924-1927


American Female Guardian Society, N.Y., 1930


American Foundation, N.Y., 1930


American Friends Service Committee, Philadelphia, 1929-1930


American Legation, Athens, undated


American Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the U.S., N.Y., 1920


American Red Cross, Washington, D.C., 1924


American Relief Administration, N.Y., 1920-1924


Amory, Copley, Jr., 1922


Anckarsvard, Charles, 1930


Andersen, Ibart(?), Jr., 1920


Anderson, Chandler P., 1918


Anderson, Eleanor Garnett W., 1924


Anderson, Larz, 1931


Anderson, P. A., 1931


Andres, E., 1926


Andrews, Adolphus, 1927


Andrews, Arthur J., 1920


Andrews, Philip, Adm., 1923-1924


Andrews, William Whiting, 1918-1924


Annuaire du corps diplomatique et consulaire, Geneva, 1930


Ansembourg, Gaston d', 1930


Anstey, R. W., 1923


Arct, Stanislaw, 1923-1931


Argus Pressclipping Service, N.Y., 1925-1926


Armee du Salut, Brussels, 1932


Armour, Allison V., 1931


Armour, Norman [See also: DISARMAMENT CONFERENCES, Preparatory Commission, Second Part and General Disarmament Conference], 1924-1953


Armstrong, Hamilton Fish, 1924-1928


Army and Navy Co-operative Society, Ltd., London, 1929-1930


The Arnett Athenaeum, Oklahoma City, 1932


Arnold, Marion, 1927


Arnott, Noel, 1927


Arrowsmith, H. W., 1928-1929

Box 14

Ashley, James A., 1927


Askenazy, Szymon, 1919-1921


Assche, Marquis d', 1919-1929


Association Suisse pour la Societe des Nations, (E. Bovet), Lausanne, 1924-1925


Astor, J. J., Maj., 1930


Atherton, Ray, 1927-1933


Atkinson, Henry A. (The Church Peace Union, N.Y.), 1921


Atwood, William G., 1924


Aubert, Theodore (Entente Internationale contre la IIIe Internationale, Geneva), 1932


Auchincloss, Charles C., 1952


Auchincloss, Gordon, 1919-1920


Auckarsvard, Charles d', 1924


Auckenthaler, Dr., 1925


Backus, E. Burdette, Rev., 1931


Baels, Mr., 1927


Baetens, Fernand, 1930


Bailey, James G., 1923


Bailey, Walter C., 1920


Baillet-Latour, Guy, Count, and Countess Elisalex (Liz) de, 1929-1933


Baker, Fred, 1922


Baker, George Barr, 1919-1929


Baker, Josephine (Mrs. James Blair), 1930


Baker, Newton D., 1925


Baker, Philip Noel, 1926-1932


Baker, Thomas S. [See Merle-Smith, Van S., September 18, 1920]


Baldwin, Elbert F., 1920-1927


Baldwin, Frederick W., 1925-1926


Baldwin, Mary A., undated


Baldwin, Philip S. [See also: DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Poland, Relief Work, Correspondence], 1920-1933


Ballairs, Roger M., Capt., 1930


Ballenbergh, Leigh, 1922


Bannerman, R. C., 1929


Barber, A. B., Col., 1921


Barker, Lew Ellis F., 1924-1932


Barlow, Walter Jarvus, 1922


Barnes, Howard R., 1923


Barnes, Julius H., 1924-1926


Barnes, Robert L., 1924


Barneville, M. F. de, 1927-1931


Barni, Margaret, 1929


Barnum, Mary G. (Mrs. O. Shepard), 1928-1929


Barrows, Albert L., 1920


Barrows, David Prescott, 1920-1924


Bartels, Cynthia J., 1931


Bartels, Earl G., 1921-1931


Barton, Alex, undated


Baruch, Bernard M., 1927


Bates, Marie Alice, 1925


Bathon, Wingrove, 1920


Baudoin, Prince, 1948-1951


Bavaria, Lori, Duchess, and Duc Buby of, 1953


Baxter, Norman W., undated


Bay, Charles A. [See: Yrureta-Goyena y Errazu, Don Joaquin]


Beal, Boyston A. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1920-1942


Beaupre, Mary M., 1930-1933


Beck, James M., 1927


Beck, William Hopkins, 1923-1926


Beckton, Jean (Mrs. Hugh A.), 1929-1930


Beebe, William, 1953


Belden, Perry, 1920


Belin, F. Lammot, 1922-1933

Box 15

Bell, Edward Price








Bell, Elliot, 1952


Belmont, Perry, 1921


Benson, 1953


Bent, Ernest F., 1930-1932


Bent, Mattie, S. F. (Mrs. H. K. W.), 1932


Bentley, Thomas, 1920


Bentwick, V. Cavendish, 1922


Berenson, 1921


Berli, Antonina (Mrs. Adolph Berli), 1952


Besterman, Walter M., 1950-1953


Beughem, Irone de, 1928


Beukelaer, Louis Xavier de, 1931-1932


Biddle, Eleanor, 1926


Bishop, Roland P., 1922


Bishop, William Warner, 1924


Bisping, Helen de, 1923


Bissing, Moritz von, Baron, 1916


Blair, Percy, 1921-1923


Blair, Seymour, 1918


Blaisdell, Donald C., 1953


Blake, Gilson G., Jr., 1929-1932


Blaker, Dorothea C., 1918


Blanc y Menocal, Guillerme de, 1929


Blanck, G. de, 1927


Bland, George Nevile Maltby, 1930-1931


Blandy, C., Mrs., 1950-1954


Bliss, Tasker H., Gen., 1921


Bliss, Mrs., undated


Bliss, Robert Woods [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1918-1933


Bloodgood, William D., 1933


Blount, Daniel L., 1919-1933


Boal, Pierre de L.






Boifeuillet, John F., Col., 1933


Bomburg (?), Jacques, 1954


Bonney, M. Therese, 1926


Borchgrave, Ruth de, 1928


Borg, Carl Oscar, 1931-1946


Borowski, Adm., 1920-1921

Box 16

Borum, Neal D., 1930-1931


Borum, Wylie G., 1929-1930


Bory, Mr., 1927


Bosch, Elisa, 1932


Boswell, Walter O., Lt. Col., 1926


Botcine, Pierre, 1926


Botella, Cristobal [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Gibson, Ynes], 1927


Bouillon, H. Franklin, 1918


Bourgeois, Maurice, 1929


Bouton, Edward H., 1923


Bowles, F. T., Rear Adm., 1918


Bownton, Horace R., 1921-1952


Brabant, Duc of, 1928


Brackett, Frank P., 1928-1929


Brainard, David L., Gen. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Chaco War, Correspondence, Diplomatic], 1925


Bree, Firmin van, 1922-1954


Bree, Parish of (Belgium), 1919


Breitstein, P. H., 1927


Brener, Carl, 1929


Bridge, Helen L., 1925-1927


Briey, Renaud de, Count, 1932


Briggs, Lawrence P., 1934


Briggs, Mitchell Pirie, 1932


Briggs, William H., 1926


British Embassy, Paris, 1926


Bronson, Mrs., 1929


Brooke, Mark, 1925


Brooks, Walter, 1915-1925


Broom, John H., 1951


Brown, Arnold, 1932


Brown, Edward D., 1952-1953


Brown, Harrison, 1930-1931


Brown, Isabel Grant, 1929


Brown, Milton M., 1927-1931


Brown, Philip Marshall, 1920-1932


Brown, Walter Lyman [See also: DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Poland, Relief Work, Correspondence], 1920


Browne, Philip, 1931


Buchanan, Edward W., 1921-1932


Buckler, William H., 1929-1930


Bucklin, George A., 1918


Buell, Raymond Leslie, 1929


Buero, 1926


Buisseret, Francois de, 1930


Bullard, Arthur, 1924-1932


Bullock, Hugh, 1953


Bundy, Harvey H., 1931


Burdett, William C., 1928-1932


Burdette, Clara B. (Mrs. Robert J.), 1926


Burdette, Franklin L., 1932


Burge, R. T., 1922


Burger, Morris, undated


Burland, E., 1919-1922


Burnham, Hubert, 1931


Burnham, Roderick and Gayle, 1954


Burroughs, Josephine Isadore, 1931


Burton, Theodore E., 1925-1928


Bushea, Frances F. (Mrs. W. J.), 1926


Butler, Mrs., 1925


Butler, Nicholas Murray, 1925


Butterworth, William, 1928


Byington, Homer Morrison, 1931-1932


Byrne, William H., 1928


Cable, Bertha Lovejoy, 1932


Cable, Philander L., 1929


Cabot, John Moors, 1933-1936


Caffery, Jefferson, 1926-1933


California Grape Grower, San Francisco, 1925


Call, Mabel S. (Mrs. Arthur D.), 1924


Cameron, C. R., 1933


Camp, Loretta F., 1953


Campbell, P. Llambi, 1933-1934


Cantacuzene Speransky, Julia, Princess, 1927-1928


Carbonell, Jose Manuel, 1936


Carey, William F., 1936


Carmichael, James J., 1930


Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, N.Y., 1925


The Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1929


Carpenter, Clayton, undated


Carpenter, Ford Ashamo, 1925-1929


Carr, Harry C., 1930-1932


Carr, Lenore Czarnecki, 1934


Carr, Wilbur J., 1920-1936


Carriel, Mary Turner, 1927


Carroll, Joseph W. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1924-1933


Carter, E. C., 1925-1926


Cartier, E. de, Baron, 1920-1932


Carton de Wiart, Adrien, Maj. Gen., 1930


Carton de Wiart, Juliette, 1934


Carton de Wiart, Baron de, 1930-1934


Cartwright, Henry A., Capt., 1932


Carvalho, Carlos Delgado de, 1936


Case, J. F., Maj., 1927


Casenave, 1919


Cash, Oliver H., 1926

Box 17

Castle, A.(?), Brig., 1922


Castle, William R., Jr. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson, and DISARMAMENT CONFERENCES, Preparatory Commission, Second Part]























Box 18















Castro Maya, Raymond O. de, 1936


Causey, W. B., Col., 1921-1928


Cavalcanti de Lacerda, Felix de Barros, 1935


Cazzelett, V., 1941-1943


Cecil, Eleanor, 1925


Cecil, Robert, Lord, 1930-1932


Chadbourn, Philip H., Capt., 1921-1926


Chamberlain, Lee, 1936


Chance, Leslie G., 1953


Chandler, Charles Lyon, 1935-1936


Chapman, Frazer and Lindley, 1953


Chapman, Ward, 1922


Cheney, Charles H., 1928


Chermont, E. L., 1933


Chester, S. Beach, 1929


Chevrel, Yvonne, 1952


Chevrillon, Louis, 1919-1930


Chilean Delegation to the League of Nations, 1926


Chilton, Billy, 1928-1934


Churchill, John, 1942


Chute, Mervyn, Mrs., 1954


Ciechanowska, Gladys (Mrs. John), 1952-1954


Ciechanowski, John, 1920-1954


Ciechanowski, Stanislav, 1952-1954

Box 19

Clark, J. Reuben, 1919-1936


Clark, Kenneth, 1930


Clark, Sarah R., 1921


Clarke, Ernest P., 1930


Clarke, Louise Harvey, 1921-1932


Clary, Resy, Princess, 1936


Clary, Sophie, Countess, 1928-1954


Clary, Alfred, Prince, 1921-1954


Clary, Carlos, Prince, and Princess Felicie, 1920-1922


Clary, Lidi, Princess, 1935-1954


Clary, Siegfried, Count, 1925


Clary Kinsky, Princess, 1927-1933


Clinchy, Dr., 1950


Clynans, H., 1930


Coakley, Henry L., 1925


Coates, Charles B., 1953


Cobb, Candler, 1923


Cobian, Eduardo, 1927-1934


Cochrane, L. J., 1920-1925


Coen, A. [See: BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Accounts with various banks, Societe Generale de Belgique]


Cognard, Count, 1927


Cohn, Edith A. (Mrs. Morris), 1923


Colcord, Samuel, 1926-1932


Cole, 1930


Coleman, W. H. A., 1924-1933


Collier, John, 1927


Collyer, Bert E., 1926


Connes, Frank, 1924


Connor, W. W., 1929


Cook, Arthur E., 1923


Cook, O. W. E., 1929


Cook, T. C., Maj., undated


Coolidge, Archibald Cary, 1921-1928


Coolidge, Calvin, 1924


Cooper, Harriet M. (Mrs. James), 1953


Cooper, John C., 1921


Cooper, Ken [See: Hooper, Jessie J.]


Cooper, Merian C., 1921-1933


Copeland, A. Reilly, 1932


Copland, Douglas, 1954


Corcoran, George Eustis, 1928


Corey, Ida G., 1929


Corse, Frederick M., 1922


Coshman(?), Eleanor, undated


Coster, Henrietta Fox (Mrs. Norman), 1922-1936


Coster, Norman B., 1920


Coulson, Basil I. B., 1930


Council on Foreign Relations, N.Y., 1921-1932


Cowan, Denys, 1924-1928


Cox, Capt., 1941


Cox, Raymond E., 1928-1936


Coxe, Francis Travis, 1919


Crane, Richard, 1919-1926


Craig, Nancy, undated


Craig, Robert Howell, 1929-1954


Craigie, R. Leslie, 1930-1931


Cravath, Paul, 1920

Box 20

Creel, George, 1918


Crews(?), Margaret, 1922


Crocker, Edward S., 1924


Crocker, Gertrude E., 1919


Crocker, Henry J., 1930


Crocker, Stuart M., 1933


Cronan, W. P., Mrs., 1930


Crosby, Chuffy, 1920-1936


Crosby, Sheldon Leavitt, 1925-1930


Crossett, John B., 1927


Crowder, E. H., 1913-1929


Cruger, Alexander Pendleton, 1919-1928


Cuban delegation to the League of Nations, undated


Cudahy, John, 1934-1943


Cumming, Hugh, 1953


Cumming, Hugh S., Jr., 1934-1953


Cummings, Miss, 1936


Curti, Arthur, 1927


Curtis, Edward Davison, 1915-1922


Curtis, Emerson, 1928


Curtis Brown Ltd., London, 1927-1930


Czapski, Emeric, Count, 1921-1952


Czarnowska, Eleanora, 1921-1922


Czartoryski, Olgierd, 1924


Darney(?), Kattarine, 1922


Daubeny, C. J., 1930


Davie, May (Mrs. Preston), 1952-1954


Davies, David, 1932


Davila, Miguel R., 1909


Davis, Ben G., 1923


Davis, D. A. (The Progressive College; The International W.M.C.A. School, Geneva), 1933


Davis, Harry Edgar, 1932


Davis, Hugh, 1954


Davis, Livingston, 1920-1929


Davis, Malcom W., 1926


Davis, Mary, 1954


Davis, Norman H., 1920-1938


Davis, Richard Harding, undated


Davis, Robert Beale, 1920


Dawes, Charles G., Gen., 1929-1941


Dawes, Henry, 1932


Dawson, Allan, 1935-1936


Dawson, Geoffrey, 1941


Dawson, Warrington, 1919-1933


Dawson, William, 1921-1934


Day, Arden L., 1930-1936


Dean, Basil, 1930


Dearing, Fred Morris, 1919-1936

Box 21

Deboever, Alice, undated


De Courcy, Kenneth, 1953


Deering, John A., 1932


Deisler, Paul F., 1928-1929


Delacroix, Leon, 1927


Delme-Radcliffe, Charles, 1926


De Masi, H. Armand, 1933


Den, Ray, 1954


Dennis, William Cullen, 1919-1933


Derby, Ethel, 1928


Desvernine, Raoul, 1952


De Ville, John Baptist, Father [See also: Sartori di Montecroce, Anna, Baroness], 1932


Dexter, Fletcher, 1924-1929


Dewey, C. S., 1930


Dewey, Thomas E., 1943


De Witt, J. L., Col., 1927


Dinichert, Paul, 1925


Ditmars, Walter E., 1953-1954


Dixon, Gertrude C., 1926


Dmowski, Roman, 1919


Dobrowski, M. H., 1920-1921


Dod, Clara E., 1927


Dodd, Mead and Co., N.Y., 1934


Dodd, William E., 1935


Dodge, H. Percival H. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1921-1926


Doerman, A., 1919


Dolbeare, Frederick R. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson]






Donaubaur, 1931


Donnally, Harry H., 1926


Donovan, William L., Col., 1920-1941


Doran, J., 1928


Dosch-Fleurot, Arno, 1923-1936


Doss, Corwin M., 1924-1930


Doss, Milburn, 1921


Doty, Madeleine Z., 1926


Doty, S. W., 1926-1927


Doubleday & Company Inc., N.Y. [See: Robins, Robbie]


Doubleday, Russell (Doubleday, Page & Co.), 1918-1927


Doughty, H. R., 1923


Downey, Fairfax, 1932


Doyle, W. T. S., 1928-1936


Drake, E. Millington, 1925


Drake, Sarita, 1953


Dravo, Hudson D., 1933-1936


Dresel, Ellis Loring, 1919-1924


Drugman, 1922


Drummond, Eric, Sir, 1924-1933


Duarte, Luis M., 1926


Duffek, Adolphe, 1928


Duggan, A. L., 1927


Duggan, Laurence, 1936


Duggan, Mary Alice, 1926


Duggan, Stephen P., 1923

Box 22

Dulles, Allen Welsh








Dulles, John Foster, 1953


Dunham, George B. and Jessie, 1919-1936


Dunn, Gano, 1925


Dunn, James Clement, 1923-1954


Dunn, Julia, undated


Dunning, J. J., 1930


Dupont, Gen., 1923


Durand, E. Dana, 1920-1925


Durand, William Dana, 1931


Duras, Victor Hugo, 1932


Durazzo, Marquise, 1930


Durham, John Selwyn, 1928


E.D.I.C., Paris, 1952


Eadie, James, 1929-1933


Earle, Homer P., 1921-1936


Eberhardt, Charles C., 1923


Ecole Libre des Sciences Politiques, Paris, 1924


Eden, Anthony, 1943-1953


Edgar, William C., 1920


Edge, Walter E. [See also: DISARMAMENT CONFERENCES, General Disarmament Conference, Correspondence with Walter E. Edge], 1931


Edmunds, C. K., 1934


Edwards, L. A., 1926


Egan, Martin, 1918-1926


Ehman, Mr., 1953


Ehrlich, Carl, 1926-1933


Einstein, Lewis, 1922-1936

Box 23

Elio, Tomas M., 1935


Elisabeth, Queen of Belgium, 1934-1936


Elizalde, Rafael, 1928


Elst, Jo, Baron, and Baroness Allie van der, 1950-1954


Eltz, Eleanore von, 1926


Elwes, Simon, 1952-1953


Elwes, Monseignor, 1941


Ely, Gertrude, 1926


Ely, James B., 1930


Emerson, Haven, 1927


Erhardt, John G., 1934


Erice, 1953


Erice, Jose de, 1930


Erk, Edmund Frederick, Col., 1926-1929


Eshman, Jo, 1932


Esley, Bertram T., 1936


Etelka, undated


Ewing, Helen Hadley (Mrs. J. L.), 1932


Faille, J. Della, Baroness, 1926


Farman, Elbert E., Col., 1921-1927


Farnham, Charles W., 1920-1931


Farquhar, Harold, 1924-1928


Fatio, Louis J., 1926


Faunt-Leroy, Cedric, Col., 1920-1932


Federation Universitaire Internationale pour la Societe des Nations, Paris, 1926


Felber, 1927


Felix, Prince of Luxemburg, 1937


Ferguson, Charles, 1920


Ferguson, Donald, 1933


Ferrero, Constantin, 1952


Field, Frederick V., 1925


Filipowicz, Tytus, 1931


Finley, David, 1931


Finley, John H., 1921


Finley, Martha Boyden, 1923


First Methodist Episcopal Church (Walter H. Smith), 1928


Fitz Alan of Derwent, Viscount, 1925-1930


Fitz Patrick, F., 1928


Fitzgerald, F. E., 1953


Flanders, Count of, 1934


Fleming, Frank, 1919


Fletcher, Alfred C. B., undated


Fletcher, Henry P. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1921-1934


Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Medford, Mass., 1952


Flint, Francis P., 1907


Flournoy, Richard, undated


Foa, Carlo, 1934


Fogbaum, R. F., Jr., 1922


Foley, William T., 1952-1954


Font, Mariano, 1924


Fontaine, Jean de, 1928


Fontes, Ernesto, undated


Ford, J. D. M., 1930


Forestier, J. C. N., 1928


Forster, Arnold, 1932


Forthomme, Pierre, 1930


Fortune, N.Y., 1934


Foster, Carol H., 1934-1936


Foster, George H., 1928


Foster, Reginald, 1920-1921


Foster, Reginald C., 1919-1924


Fotitch, Constantin, 1933


Fowle, Charles W., 1920


Fowler, Emily G. (Mrs. William Eric), undated


Fowler, Harold, Col., 1921-1932


Foy, R. C., Col., 1931


Franck, Louis, 1928


Francois, Leon, Mrs., 1928


Francqui, Emile, 1927-1933


Frank, Glenn (The Century Company, N.Y.), 1922


Franks, Grace A. G., 1925-1954


Fraser, Maj., undated


Frazer, Robert, Jr., 1925


Frazier, Arthur Hugh, 1920-1925


Frear, James A., 1929


Freeman, Henrietta B., 1936


Freitas Valle, Ciro, 1934


Fremont, Jessie and John, 1931-1932

Box 24

Frick, Donald J., 1924-1953


Frick, Margaret, 1925-1934


Fritsch, John F., Jr., 1928


Fronczak, Francis E., 1924


Frost, C. L., 1935


Frost, Holloway H., Commander, 1927-1930


Frost, Wesley, 1935


Frothingham, Donald, 1920-1922


Fruhwirth(?), Cardinal, 1925


Fuller, Mrs., 1936


Fuller, W. Parmer, Jr. and Adeline, 1921-1927


Fyfe, Howard, 1932


Gagnon, Clarence A., 1926-1935


Gagnon, Kathryn I., 1910


Galen, Sophie, Countess, 1953-1954


Gallatin, Emile Morris, undated


Gallet, undated


Galpin, Perrin C. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, C.R.B. Educational Foundation, Inc.], 1920-1954


Gampert, Emile, 1932


Gardner, Lester D., 1928-1930


Garner, Wilford J., 1929


Garrett, John W. [See also: DISARMAMENT CONFERENCES, General Disarmament Conference, Correspondence with John W. Garrett], 1919-1936


Garrette, Eve, 1943


Garvin, J. L., 1930-1931


Gary, Hampson, 1920


Gase, W. E., 1953


Gaskill, Charles S., Col., 1921


Gaspari, Cardinal, 1922


Gassera, 1925


Gay, Edwin F., 1920


Gay, George Innes, 1921


General Motors Corporation, N.Y., 1953


General Motors Export Company, N.Y., 1924


Gerry, Harvey L., 1929-1930


Gerson, Louis J., 1929


Geynst, J. de, 1927


Gherardi, Walter, 1929-1930


Gibbons, Helen Davenport, 1921


Gibbons, Herbert Adams, 1920


Gibson, Carleton B., 1921


Gibson, David H., 1931


Gibson, Hugh, 1930


Gibson, J. M., 1922


Gibson, Mary

Box 25

1909 April-May

Box 26

1909 June - 1910 July

Box 27

1910 August - 1911 August

Box 28

1911 September - 1912 August

Box 29

1912 September - 1913 October

Box 30

1913 November - 1914 May

Box 31

1914 June-August

Box 32

1914 September - 1915 February

Box 33

1915 March - 1916 July

Box 34

1916 August - 1917 September

Box 35

1917 October - 1919 April

Box 36

1919 May - 1920 April

Box 37

1920 May - 1921 May

Box 38

1921 June - 1922 July

Box 39

1922 August - 1923 September

Box 40

1923 October-1928

Box 41


Physical Description: 2.0 folders



Gibson, Michael, 1952-1954


Gibson, Peter, 1953


Gibson, Precentor William, Rev., 1929-1933


Gibson, Ynes










Telegrams, 1922-1937

Box 42

Gilbert, Manson, 1930


Gilbert, Prentiss B., 1928-1933


Gilbert, S. Parker, 1928


Gilchrist, Huntington, 1924-1928


Gill, Capt., undated


Gilson, Henry, 1932


Gipson, James H., 1952


Giusti del Giardino, Justo, Count, 1953


Gizyka, Eleanor, Countess, 1921-1922


Glazebrook, Otis A., 1924


Glenn, Otis F., 1932


Glennon, John, 1934


Glinka, Ladislas, 1920


Godoy, Albert L., 1929


Godson, F. A., Col., 1924


Goedecke, Walter J., 1920-1924


Goetz, Robert C. F., 1931-1952


Goetz, William, 1933-1934


Gonzales, William E., 1923


Gonzalez, Antonio C., 1935


Goode, R. N., 1920


Goode, William, 1931


Goodheart, Arthur L., 1930


Goodheart, A. C., Col., 1920-1925


Gordon, George A., 1927-1936


Gordon, P. Paul, Father, 1953


Gorlof, 1924


Gowen, Franklin C., 1947-1954


Grandi, Dino, 1930


Grant, Nesta, 1953


Grant-Smith, Ulysses [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1919-1924


Graves, J. A., 1927


Gray, Prentiss N., 1920-1933


Greely, John Nesmith, 1929


Green, Joseph C., 1918-1936


Green, Betty (Mrs. Gordon), 1954


Green, Ida A., 1926


Greene, Caroline S. (aunt of Gibson), 1921-1936


Greene, Eva Hirdler (Mrs. F. C.), 1927


Greene, George S., 1927


Greene, Winthrop S., 1933


Greenough, William, 1924


Gregory, T. T. C., 1919-1927


Grenier, Baroness, 1953


Grew, Joseph C. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson]





Box 43



Grimes, Lyman, 1925


Groati, Carl D., 1951


Grocholsky, Remi, 1934


Grodski, Stanislaw, 1921-1923


Groedel, Franz M. [See: Kerckhoff, Louise E.]


Grollemund, J., Lt. Col., 1925


Grosjean, Paul, 1952-1954


Grosser, Freda, 1921


Grove, William R., 1920


Groves, J. Philip [See also: DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Belgium, Correspondence with Embassy, Groves, J. Philip], 1927-1952


Groves, Leslie R., 1953


Grunne, Charles de Hemricourt de, Count, 1933


Grunne, Guillaume de Hemricourt de, Count, 1925-1954


Grunne, Eugene de, Count, 1928


Guggenheim, Harry F., 1927


Guggenheimer, Untermeyer & Marshall, N.Y., 1920


Guillaume, Elizabeth (Baroness Jules), born Wittouck, 1923-1933


Guinle, Carlos, Mrs., undated


Gunther, Franklin M. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1919-1934


Gurney, F. W., 1929


Gurney, H., Sir, undated


Gustavo Guerrero, J., 1929


Gutt, Camille, 1932


Gwynn, William Martin, 1921-1929


Gyllenbogel, Karl Volter Boris, 1920-1921


Habsburg-Lorraine, Felix von, 1953


Habsburg-Lorraine, Otto von, 1946-1947


Habsburg-Lorraine, Robert von, 1953-1954


Habsburg-Lorraine, Rudolf von, 1953-1954


Hacker, William H. U., 1923


Hacking, Michael, 1954


Haines, Henry, 1935


Hale, George, undated


Hall, W. Reginald, Sir, Rear Adm., 1921-1932


Haller, General, 1920


Hallet, Max, 1919


Hallowell, John W., 1921


Halpern, Seymour, 1930


Halpert, Tadeusz, 1921-1953


Hamilton, William H., 1933


Hamlet, H. G., Capt., 1930


Hammond, Paul, 1921


Hammond, W. T. S., 1925-1931


Hanks, Stedman S., 1953


Hanna, Mathew E., 1928-1932


Hanna, Margaret M., 1932


Hanrahan, David C., 1922-1927


Hard, William, 1927-1936


Harding, Warren G., 1921


Harjes, H. H., Maj., 1918-1925


Harley, J. Eugene, 1926


Harman, Clifford B. (International League of Aviators, Paris), 1929


Harmon, Dudley, 1922


Harriman, Oliver B., 1923


Harris, Ray, 1930-1931


Harrison, Leland, 1919-1929


Harrison, Marguerite E., 1921


Harrison, Mrs., undated


Harts, William W., Gen., 1932


Haskell, Lewis W., 1924-1927


Hausmanowa, E., 1921


Haveman, Ir B. W., 1954


Havlicek, Frantisek S., 1931


Hawks, Stanley, 1924-1932


Hayden, H. B., 1929


Hayes, Ralph, 1919-1927


Haynes, John Randolph, 1920-1936

Box 44

Healy, James A., 1920-1953


Heath, Donald R., 1926


Hebb, Arthur, 1932


Heineman, Dannie N., 1930-1936


Helgert, Rudolph, 1926-1930


Hemphill, Alexander J., 1920


Henderson, Arthur, 1932


Henderson, James E., 1932


Hendrick, Anna, 1928


Hengstler, Herbert C., 1928-1935


Hennessy, Jean, 1926


Henry, I. I. R. (Mrs. Bayard), 1930-1936


Henry, Snowden, 1931


Henry Atterbury Smith, Inc., N.Y., 1929


Hensy, Margaret E., 1952-1954


Hepburn, Arthur J., Capt., 1927-1933


Herrick, Myron T., 1924-1929


Herse, Boguslaw, 1923


Hershfield, Isidor, 1922


Herter, Christian A., 1920-1927


Heymar, Alfred, 1919-1920


Hibbard, Frederick Pomeroy, 1922-1936


Hibben, John Grier, 1923


Hickerson, Jack D., 1933


High, Stanley, 1954


Hill, Edmund C., 1926


Hill, Hayward Gibbes, 1935-1953


Hill, Wallace, 1925


Hills, John W., 1933


Hills, Laurence (New York Herald), 1929-1932


Hilton, Charles E., Capt., 1934


Hinckle, Eugene, 1936


Hitch, Calvin M., 1924-1927


Hittell, Theodore H., 1902


Hoard, H. L., 1927


Hochart, W. H., 1932


Hodgson, Roberta, 1930


Hodson, Edward J.





Box 45

Hodson, Francis, 1919-1921


Hoehling, A. A., 1954


Holler, John E., 1923


Hollyday, T. Worthington, 1921


Holman, William J., 1954


Holquin y Caro, Uvaro, 1933-1934


Holt, George C., 1929


Holt, Winifred, 1920


Holvoet, Baron, 1929-1931


Honnold, William L., 1929-1934


Hooker, Katharine P., 1922-1933


Hooper, Jessie J. (Mrs. Ben), 1932


Hoover, Allan, 1932


Hoover, Herbert [See also: Miller, Bernice; SUBJECT FILE, Pecher, Charles and Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson; DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Poland, Relief Work, Correspondence]








Humorous correspondence on the subject of shingles, 1954


Hoover, Herbert, Jr., 1953-1954


Hoover, Lou Henry, 1918-1935


Hoover Overseas and War Service Organizations, N.Y., 1929-1930


Hoover War Library, Stanford, California, 1924


Hopkinson, Leslie W., undated


Horodyski, Jan, Count, 1920-1929


Hotel du Sport, Sannenmoser, Switzerland (Mr. Wehren), 1925


Hough, David L., 1929


Houghton, Alanson B., 1922-1926


Houghton(?), D., undated


Houghton, William H., 1929


Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1930-1931

Box 46

House, Edward M., Col., 1919-1933


Hoving, Pauline, 1954


Howard, Finley K., 1935


Howard, Isabella, 1926


Howard, James H., 1930-1931


Howard, John K., 1935


Howe, F. C., 1930


Howell, W. S., Jr., 1921


Howie, John MacFarlane, 1930


Hubbard, Ella P., undated


Hubbard, G. Evans, 1928


Hubbard, Margaret, 1926


Hubscher, Carl P., 1925


Huddle, A. W., 1921


Hudson, Manley O., 1922-1924


Hughes, 1954


Hughes, Charles E., 1924-1942


Hughes, John C., 1953


Hukill, George R., 1926


Hull, Cordell, 1934-1942


Hull, William Ed (Republican National Committee, Chicago), 1932


Hunt, Edward Eyre, 1933


Hunt, Frazier, 1929


Hunt, Mary H., undated


Hunt, Sumner, Mrs., 1922


Hunt, William H., 1927


Hunter, Rosamond (Mrs. John R.), 1927


Huntington, Constant [See: Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston]


Huntington, Douglas St. George, 1921-1932


Hurley, William L., 1919-1924


Huston, Howard, 1926-1934


Hutchinson, C. K., 1933


Hutchinson, Lincoln, 1920-1929


Hutterly, William U., 1921


Hyde, James Hazen, 1921-1933


Hymans, Paul, 1930-1937


Hynderick de Theulegoet, Yves, Chevalier, and Claire, 1922-1953


Hynderick de Theulegoet, Ghislaine, 1952-1954


Irwin, Will, 1918-1922


Isaacs, C. Grant, 1941


Ischer, K., 1924


Iselin, Mrs., 1924


Iwanowski, Maj., 1921


Jack, James, Gen., 1954


Jackson, J. A., 1920


Jackson, John B., 1920


Jackson, Robert A., 1920-1921


Jackson, Thomas J., 1927


Jacobs, A. J., 1932


Jaqua, Ernest J. (Scripps College, California), 1933


Jacquet, 1927


Jacquetin-Joubert, J., Abbot, 1931


Jadwin, Edgar, 1921


James, A. L., Maj., 1918-1926


James, Henry, undated


James, Lucy (godmother of Michael Gibson, the former Mrs. Huntington Wilson)





Box 47





Janssen, Emmanuel, 1921


Jay, DeLancy K., 1920-1921


Jay, Peter Augustus [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1918-1927


Jayne, R. K., 1927


Jeffes, W. F. H., 1924


Jefferson County Union, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, 1927


Jennings, Pauline, 1932


Joffre, Marshal Joseph Jacques Cesaire, 1918


John Burnham & Company, Chicago, 1920


Johnson, E. P., 1925


Johnson, H. H., 1921-1922


Johnson, Herschel V., 1927-1953


Johnson, Nelson Truslee, 1928-1936


Johnston, J. Kendall, 1929


Johnstone, Lady, 1923-1932


Johnstone, Edward, Mrs., undated


Joint Distribution Committee, N.Y., 1920


Jones, Hilary P., Adm., 1926-1936


Jones, Mary L., undated


Josephine-Charlotte, Princess of Belgium, 1948


Joyce, K. A., 1927


Joyce, Robert P., 1927


Joyce, W. E., 1921


Judge Company, N.Y., 1902


Jusserand, Jean Jules, 1917-1932


Kahn, Otto, 1923


Kauffman, Reginald Wright, 1930-1954


Keena, Leo John, 1921-1932


Keene, Peter J. T., 1929


Kelley, Robert Francis, 1934

Box 48

Kellogg, Frank B., 1924-1934


Kellogg, Vernon and Charlotte, 1918-1928


Kelly, D. Victor, 1930


Kelly, Madeleine, 1953


Kemp, Arthur, 1952


Kemp, Edwin C., 1923-1924


Kennaday, Paul, 1918


Kennt, Fred I., 1934


Kenyon, William Crellin, 1925


Kerchove de Denterghem, Charlie, Count, 1934-1954


Kerchove de Denterghem, Maggie, Countess, 1953-1954


Kerckhoff, Anne W. (Mrs. H. H.), 1931-1954


Kerckhoff, Louise E. (Mrs. W. G.), 1929-1936


Kerckhoff, Stephens, 1918


Kerckhoff, William G., 1924-1931


Kerney, James, 1919-1927


Kerr, Philip(?), 1930


Kerssenbrock, Therese S., Countess, 1952-1954


Key, David, 1932


Kiley, Henry Pat, 1930-1953


Kimens, Richard E., 1922


King, Alice (later, Mrs. Robert Forrest Stephen), 1919-1952


King, David, 1927


King, Lenora H., 1929

Box 49

Kinsky, Alphy, Count, 1953


Kinsky, Paula, Countess, 1921-1932


Kinsky, Frantisek, Count, 1931-1953


Kirby, John (Polish Government Loan National Campaign Committee, Washington, D.C.), 1920


Kirk, Alexander C., 1929-1933


Kirk, Alexandre, 1919


Kite, S., 1918


Kittredge, Tracy B., 1920-1930


Kleiderer, E. C., 1953


Klein, Julius, 1927-1953


Kleindienst, R. A., 1919-1920


Kleist, Baroness, 1930


Kleyn van Halluck, Fanny H., 1954


Klopstock, Paul, 1925


Klotz, Justine, 1921-1927


Knapp, H. S., 1919


Knight, Charly, 1918


Knoles, Tully C., 1929


Knox, Charles F., Jr., 1924


Koch, Gerald, 1930


Koch, Priscilla, 1926-1929


Koch de Gooreind, Manuela, 1928


Koch de Gooreind, Peter, 1932-1952


Koehler, Hugo W. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Germany, General], 1919-1923


Kohlberg, Alfred, 1951-1953


Kohler, Louis, 1927


Kokot, S. N., 1921


Kolp, Victor, 1934


Komatsu, Takashi, 1935


Kotnowski, Leopold, 1924-1926


Krasitiski, Edouard, 1923


Kreisler, Fritz, 1938


Krock, Arthur, 1943


Kroll, Jacques, 1922


Krommer, Arnoldo, 1930


Krueger, J. W., Maj., 1922


Kuhn, Irene Corbally, 1951


Kunz, George F., 1920


Kwapiszewski, Michael, 1923-1936


Kyle, Pearl, 1932


Lada-Zablocki, K., 1921


Ladeuze, Monseigneur, 1928


Laemmle, Carl, 1937


La Follette, Suzanne, 1951


La Grandiere, Georges, Viscount, and Viscountess Monique de, 1952-1953


Lambert, Hansi, Baroness, 1953-1954


Lambert, Henri, 1927-1930


Lambert, Lucie, 1953


Lanctot, John B., 1952


Lane, Arthur Bliss [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson]





Box 50





Lane, James Warren, 1920-1926


Lang, John P., 1929


Langelaan, G., 1927


Langhorne, Marshall, 1920


Lansing, Robert, 1918-1920


Lantsheere, Theo de, Viscount, 1924-1933


Larache, Count of Paris, 1942


Larner, Caroline S., 1910-1931


Lasocki, George, 1953-1954


Lathrop, Charles N., 1920


Laughlin, Irwin, 1919-1935


Lawford, Vincent, 1929


Lawrence, David, 1954


Lawrence, George W., 1933


Lawton, Elizabeth, 1927


Lay, Anne Howard (Mrs. Julius G.), 1934


Lay, Julius G., 1925-1935


Leach, Charles N., 1919-1920


The League of Nations Non-Partisan Association, N.Y. (Mrs. Waggoner), 1930


LeClerq, Frederick D. K., 1920


Ledebur, Eugene, Count [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Czechoslovakia], 1924-1935


Leech, Stephen, 1919


Le Gallais, Hughes, 1953


Leiser, Clara M., 1932


Leith-Ross, F. W., 1931


Leland, J. D., Mrs., 1930


Leonard, Bernard W., 1953


Leopold III, King of Belgium, 1930-1951


Lepage, George A., 1929-1930


Lepine, Jean, 1930


Lerchenfeld, Hugo, Count, and Countess Sophie von, 1926-1934


Le Tallec, Paul, 1924


Letcher, Marion, 1926-1933


Leval, Gaston de, 1915-1932


Lew, Isadore, 1924


Lewis, Mr. (Committee on Public Information, Paris), 1918


Lewis, James Hamilton, 1926


Librach, Jan, 1953


Librairie Hachette & Cie, Paris (Breton, G.), 1918


Ligne, Albert de, Prince, 1927-1953


Ligne, Charles de, Prince, undated


Ligne, Eugene de, Prince, 1928


Lima, Jose C. de, 1933


Lima de Silva, 1933

Box 51

Lindbergh, Charles, 1933


Lindley, Francis H., 1929


Lindsley, Henry, 1926


Lineberger, Walter Franklin, 1927


Linn, Howard and Lucy, 1926


Lipkowski, Stanislaw, 1924


Lippens, Maurice, 1929-1938


Lippmann, Walter, 1919-1931


Lissner, Meyer, 1920-1930


Lister, Winifred Harriett, 1928-1931


Lithuanian National Council, N.Y., 1920


Little, Anna (Mrs. John), 1928


Little, Charles G., 1924


Littlefield, Leland and Marian, 1919-1920


Lobkowicz, Anita (Mrs. Edward), 1952


Logan, F. A., 1932


Logan, James A., Jr., 1919-1929


Lokaly(?), F., 1927


Londonderry, Circe of, The Dowager Marquise, 1952


Long, Andrew T., Adm., 1927-1930


Long, Boaz W., 1920-1930


Long, Breckinridge, 1919-1920


Lonsdale, Jane White, 1920


Loomis, Julia S. (Mrs. Henry P.), American Society for Relief of Russian Exiles, Inc., N.Y., 1929-1932


Loraine, Percy, 1941


Lord, Robert H., 1919-1922


Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce (Arnoll, Arthur G.), 1928-1929


Loschitz, Valerie, 1931-1932


Lothian, Marquise Tony de, 1952-1954


Loudon, 1928-1929


Lubimoff, Ludmila, 1921-1933


Lubomirski, Casimir, Prince, 1920-1921


Lucas, Alice R., 1927


Luce, Clare Boothe, 1953-1954


Lucey, J. F., Capt., 1929


Lumley, Christopher, 1922


Lummis, Charles F., 1902-1911


Lunn, Henry, Sir, 1929


Luppe, Jean Bertrand de, Count, 1922


Lush, William G., 1923-1927


Lutz, Bertha(?), 1936


Lutz, Julian Herbert, 1931-1932


Lutz, Pinto, 1930


Lyell, Antony, 1938-1943


Lyman, Edward D., 1927


Lynch, Henry, Sir, 1936


Lyons, Maurice F., 1922

Box 52

MacAndrews, John H. E., 1931


Macatee, Robert B., 1919


Macauley, Adalin W. (Mrs. J. W.), 1927


McBride, Harry A., 1919-1921


McCabe, E. R., Col., 1921-1931


McCabe, Hilton H., 1954


MacCabes, 1922


McCarthy, Daniel J., 1927


McCarthy, E. Avery, 1928


McClure, Wallace, 1925


MacCochran, Clinton, 1924


McCook, Martha, 1920


McCormick, Anne O'Hare, 1952-1953


McCormick, Chauncey, 1919


McCormick, H., 1923


McCormick, Medill, 1921


McCormick, Mrs., 1938


McCoy, Frank, 1920-1923


MacCracken, Henry Noble, 1922-1924


McDermott, Michael James, 1932-1953


McDonald, D. C., Lt. Col., 1928-1933


MacDonald, Ramsay, 1929-1932


McFadden, George, 1919-1922


McKay, Arnold A., 1924


McKenna, J. G., 1920


MacKenzie, Cameron, 1921


MacKenzie, Dewitt, 1930


McLaughlin, William C., 1952


MacLeod, Louise, 1953


McLeod, Scott, 1954


MacLoghlin, James W., 1930


McManus, George Stuart, 1927-1928


MacMurray, John von Antwerp, 1930


MacNeil, Hugh, Mrs., 1931-1932


Macready, Gordon, 1922


McWilliams, Roy, 1929


Macy, Edward W., Maj., 1929


Madariaga, S., 1926-1930


Maglione, Luigi, 1924-1926


Magruder, Alexander R. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1924


Magruder, Elinor P., 1924


Maguire, J. J., 1924


Maher, Thomas, Rev., 1931


Malcolm, Ian, Sir, 1922


Mallet, Victor A. L., 1931


Mallon, Dwight S., 1929


Mallone, Cecil L., Col., 1930


Malone, Dudley Field, 1930


Mangini, Armando, 1953


Marburg, Teodore, 1926


Marcosson, Isaac F., 1927-1929


Marden, C. S., 1920


Marks, Edward B., 1952-1954


Marriner, James Theodore







Box 53

Marshall, Hugh G., 1928-1933


Marshall, William F., 1919-1921


Martin, Charles E., 1932


Martin, Charlotte D., 1952


Martin, Lawrence, 1920-1921


Martin, P. A., 1933


Martin, Walton, Mrs., 1952


Martin, William, 1925


Martin-Franklin, S., Count, 1933


Masaryk, Jan, 1929-1930


Mason, Alfred Bishop, 1931


Mason, Frank E., 1951-1954


Mason, Richard N., 1920-1933


Massigli, Rene, 1929-1932


Maton, 1928


Matthews, H. Freeman, 1953


Matthews, Julia Nelson (Mrs. Calvin Bruce), 1929


Maud, Harry, Col., 1919-1933


Maule, W. H. F., 1921-1930


Max Muller, William, Sir, 1922-1929


Maxse, H. F. B., 1923


Maxwell & Company, London [See: Hodson, Edward J.]


Mayer, 1922


Mayer, Ferdinand Lathrop [See also: DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Belgium, Correspondence with Embassy]








Mayhew, F. H., 1927-1930


Mayo, Katherine, 1925


Mayo, Margaret, 1933


Mayo, Paul, 1929


Mayr-Melendorff, Fritz, Baron, 1932


Mederos, Tomas S., 1928-1932


Medofsky, Martin, 1931


Medofsky, Morris, 1922-1927


Medofsky, Nathan, 1926-1933


Meeus, Adrien de, Count, 1928


Megevand, Mrs., undated


Mehta, Diwan Anantram, 1928


Melin, Anne, 1920


Melhorn, Kent C., 1932


Mendeville, Valdes, 1926


Merle-Smith, Van S., 1920


Merrill, Gregor C., 1930-1931


Merz, Charles, 1923


Mesmer, Joseph, 1929


Messersmith, George, 1927-1928


Mevius, Gustave de, Baron, 1929-1931


Meynard, Marie A., 1924-1927

Box 54

Micara, Clemente, Cardinal, 1928-1952


Michalski, St. (Nauka Polska, Warsaw), 1921


Michel, Mr., 1925


Middleton, Herbert P., 1924-1925


Mikolajczyk, Stanislaw, 1943


Milbank, Jeremiah, 1952


Miles, Basil and Daisy, (?)-1953 1911


Military Order of the World War, Washington, D.C. (John Ross Delafield), 1930


Miller, Bernice [See also: Hoover, Herbert], 1952-1954


Miller, David Hunter, 1926


Miller, G. Harlan, 1925-1926


Miller, John C., 1921


Miller, Lily Murray, 1920


Miller, Ransford S., 1927


Miller, Raymond C., 1929-1933


Mimbela, 1926


Mitchell, Viola, 1929-1930


Mitchell, Wendell, 1932


Mlynarski, Emil, 1922-1927


Moffat, Curtis, 1930


Moffat, Jay Pierrepont








Moncheur, Baron, 1924-1930


Money, M. J., 1927


Montefiore, Mrs., 1929


Montellano, Duc and Duchess de, 1927-1931


Montgomery, Monty (Mrs. Robert W.), 1953


Montille, L. de, 1919


Montini, J. B.(?), 1947-1954


Moore, Alexander P., undated


Moore, Ernest, 1932


Moore, Ernest C., 1929


Moore, J. Stanley, Maj., 1920


Moore, Thomas Ewing, 1928


Morand, Paul, 1908-1928


Morem(?), M., 1917


Morgan, Charles D., 1921


Morgan, Edwin, 1931-1933


Morgan, Gerald, 1922-1926


Morgan, Harry, undated


Morgan, Junius Spencer, 1931


Morgan, Harjes & Company, Paris, 1919


Morgenthau, Henry, 1919-1923


Morinni, Jacques de, Mrs., 1932


Morris, Alice V. (Mrs. Dave H.), 1925


Morris, David, 1933


Morrison, Thomas, 1922-1925


Morrow, Dwight W., 1927-1931


Morse, Clyly H., 1932


Morse, Frank W., 1920-1922


Moscicki, Michael C., 1952


Mosselman de Chenoy, Maj., 1928


Mott, T. Bentley, 1924-1925


Mowrer, Paul Scott, 1922


Muller, Max, 1926


Murdoch, W. L., Mrs., 1927


Murphy, Elmer, undated


Murphy, George H., 1924 June 13


Murphy, Ignatius I., 1930


Murphy, James J., 1924-1925


Murphy, Robert, 1953-1954


Murray, George D., 1931


Musaus, W. P., 1921-1925


Myers, Denys P., 1924-1929

Box 55

Nabuco, Mauricio, 1952


Nagai, M., 1928


Naliche, Count de, 1919


Nasmith, Charles Roy, 1921-1933


Nathan, Harry Lewis, 1930


National Committee For A Free Europe, Inc., N.Y., 1952


National Council For Prevention Of War, Washington, D.C. (Frederick J. Richy), 1929-1930


National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C., 1929


National Lutheran Council, N.Y., 1920


Neall, Adelaide, 1954


Needham, Harry, 1924


Neil, Margaret Verna, 1921-1922


Nerincx, Ida, 1927-1932


Neville, Edwin L., 1924


New Orient Society of Chicago (Henry Field), 1932


Newcome, W. A., 1921-1927


Newson, H. Dorsey [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1923-1935


Newton, Burkett Dunlap, 1927


Newton, Isaac B., 1927


Niblack, A. P., 1921


Nichols, William I. (This Week Magazine, N.Y.), 1952-1954


Nichols, William Wallace, 1926


Nickerson, Hoffman, 1953


Nixon, Agnes (Mrs. Robert H.), 1952


Noel-Baker, Philip, 1953-1954


Nolan, Dennis E., Gen., 1918-1929


Norrenberg, Marcel, 1927


Nortitz, Henriette, 1932


Norton, Edwin C., 1923-1924


Norton, Laurence H., 1924


Norweb, R. Henry, 1920-1933


Nowak, Jaroslav, 1921-1922


Nufia, Pedro, 1910


Nulton, L. M., 1927


Nulty, V. H., 1925


Nunez, Fernan, 1932


Nye, Joseph M., 1918-1932


O. E. McIntyre, Inc., N.Y., 1951


Oastler, Isabelle, 1932


Obermer, Nesta Seymour, 1922-1954


O'Connor, Hector, 1927-1929


Oechler, Henry V., 1952-1953


Office Francais de Protection des Refugies et Apatrides, Paris, 1954


Ogilvie, Paul M., 1920-1922


Ohlson, Ruth F., 1921


O'Laughlin, John Callan [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson]






Olds, Robert E., 1926-1932


Olivaux, Ange, 1927


Olmsted, Florence Fay (Mrs. Remington), 1932


Olson, Reuel L., 1926


O'Melveny, H. W., 1922-1925


O'Neill, Meredith, 1921-1929


Orde, Captain, 1930


Ordynski, Richard, 1921


O'Reilly, Mary Boyle, 1921


Orr, Arthur, 1920-1932


The Osaka Mainichi Publishing Company, Ltd., Osaka & Tokyo, 1930


Osborne, Lithgow, 1918


Ostoja-Zagorska, Julius R. von, Mrs., 1933


Otto, Henry S., 1919


Oultremont, Jean d', 1918


Oultremont, Guy d', 1918


Oursler, Grace (Mrs. Fulton), 1953


Owen, Herbert, 1918

Box 56

Paderewska, Helena, 1918-1919


Paderewski, Ignacy Jan, 1921-1934


The Paderewski Foundation, Inc., N.Y., 1952


Page, Arthur W., 1918-1933


Page, Frank C., 1923-1931


Page, James R., 1927


Page, Walter H., 1917


Paley, William S., 1930-1932


Pallavicino, Ansalde, Count, and Countessa Andreola, 1921-1954


Pallavicino, Baby [See: Vinci, Countess]


Palmer, Frederick, 1919-1928


Pam, Hugo, 1921-1924


Parc, Gatien du, Viscount, 1951-1954


Parker, Force, 1930-1931


Parker, George S., 1929


Parraperez, M. C., 1926


Parsons, Herbert, 1924


Patchin, J. H., 1920


Patchin, Philip Halsey, 1918-1932


Patchin, Polly (Mrs. Philip), 1954


Patchin, Robert H., 1925-1933


Pate, 1940


Patek, Stanislas, 1920


Patterson, Richard, Jr., 1919


Paul-Boncour, Joseph, 1930


Paulucci, E. Chludzinska, 1921-1930


Pavlohhi, M., 1923


Pearce, Richard A., 1922


Pearson, Alfred J., 1924


Peden, Allen N., 1925


Peden, E. A., 1926


Pell, Robert T., 1932


Peltzer, Fernand, 1924-1927


Penfield, Walter S., 1924


Pennoyer, Richard, 1920-1932


Peoples Industrial Trading Corporation, N.Y. [See: O'Laughlin, John Callan]


Percy, Eustace, 1924


Perlowski, Frank M., 1919


Perlowski, Stanislas, 1920


Pershing, John J., Gen., 1922


Peters, Andrew J., 1927


Pfluegh, Harriette, undated


Philip, Hoffman, 1920-1932


Philippson, M., 1927


Phillippe, C. C., undated


Phillips, Charles, 1921


Phillips, W. E., 1953


Phillips, William [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson]





Box 57

Picton, Harry, 1922-1923


Piemonte, Maria Jose of, Princess, 1934


Pieper, 1927


Pierrepont, R. Stuyvesant, 1920-1930


Pierrepont, Seth Low, 1920-1921


Piltz, Erasme, 1921


Pinkham, J. Roy, 1931


Piotrowska, Grazyna, 1924


Pirenne, Jacques, 1947-1950


Pirenne, Jeanne, 1949


Podbielski, Rene Gerhard, 1953


Poland, William B., 1920-1932


Police Federale des Etrangers, Bern, Switzerland (Baechtold, P.), 1954


Polish Food Draft Relief (Flint, Motley H.), 1920


Politis, Nicolas, 1931


Polk, Elisabeth (Mrs. Frank L.), undated


Polk, Frank L., 1918-1941


Pomona College [See also: Brackett, Frank P.], 1936


Poniatowska, Princess, 1923


Poole, DeWitt C., 1922-1929


Popoff, George, 1926


Porras, Belisario, 1926-1927


Portales, Marguerite, 1932


Porter, Ivy (Mrs. Seton), 1953


Porter, Stephen G., 1920-1924


Portland, Duc and Duchess of, 1940-1942


Potie, undated




Potocka, Anna, Countess, 1922


Potocki, Alfred, Count, and Countess Betka, 1919-1953


Potocki, George, Count, 1920-1953


Potocki, Henry, Count, 1921-1929


Potocki, Joseph, Count, 1922-1954


Potocki, Roman, 1922


Potulicki, Michael, 1953


Pousette, Sven Harald, 1919-1929


Prendergast, Walter T., 1931


Prince, D. C., 1921


Prince, John Dynely, 1929-1930


Przezdziecki, Etienne, Count, 1921-1922


Pulaski, 1919


Pulitzer, Joseph, 1928


Purcell, J., undated


Puslowski, Xavier, Count, 1919-1932


Putnam, G. P., 1919-1920


Quekemeyer, J. G., 1918


Quinn, Cyril J. C. [See also: DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Poland, Relief Work, Correspondence], 1921-1923


Quinones de Leon, Jose, 1926-1927


Radziszewski, Henry, 1920


Radziszewski, J., 1921


Radziwill, Felicie [See: Clary, Prince Carlos and Princess Felicie]


Raemaekers, Louis, 1929


Rand, Elbridge D., 1926-1929


Rarogiewicz, E. W., 1921


Raulston, Marion Churchill (Mrs. Burrell Otto), undated


Ravensdale, Irene, Baroness, 1952


Ravndal, G. Bie, 1925-1926


Rawlings, H. B., 1921-1922


Rawnsley, Claude, 1927


The Reader's Digest, Pleasantville, N.Y., 1951-1952


Reber, James, 1933


Reber, Samuel, 1953


Redecker, Sidney Brayton, 1921-1954


Reed, David A., 1930


Reed, Edward L., 1927-1930


Reed, Ralph J., 1929


Register, Albert Layton, 1932


Regnery, Henry, 1952


Regnier, Dr., 1954


Reid, John Rogers (Herald Tribune, N.Y.), 1942


Reid, Whitelaw, 1910-1911


Reinsch, Paul S., 1919


Reyntiens, Alice, 1924


Reyntiens, Eric, undated


Reyntiens, Guy, 1922


Reyntiens, Mrs., 1922


Rice, Paran F., 1931-1932


Richards, Lewis, 1922-1929


Richards, Miss, 1926


Richardson, Dorsey, 1923-1927


Richardson, Gardner, 1921-1952


Richardson, Norval, 1918

Box 58

Rickard, Edgar [See also: SUBJECT FILE, C.R.B. Educational Foundation, Inc.]










Ridder, A. de, 1931


Ringland, Arthur C., 1942


Risquez-Iribarren, Rafael, 1954


Ristitch, Yovan, 1930


Robbins, Warren D. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson]





Box 59

Roberts, Kenneth, 1923-1931


Robins, Robbie, 1954


Robinson, Henry M., 1928-1929


Robinson, T. Douglas, 1927


Rockefeller, David, 1953


Roden, Albert Andrews, 1930


Rodman, Willoughby and Arabella, 1920-1921


Rogers, Edith Louise, 1925


Rogers, James Grafton, 1933-1941


Rogers, Leighton W. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1923-1924


Rogers, Louise de G., 1919-1920


Rogers, Walter S., 1920


Romeike, Henry, Inc., N.Y., 1919-1930


Romer, E., 1921


Roosevelt, Eleanor (Mrs. Theodore), 1941-1954


Roosevelt, Frances (Mrs. Quentin), 1953


Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1920-1942


Roosevelt, Theodore, 1938-1944


Rossi Longhi, Alberto, 1953-1954


Rossi Longhi, Fabrizio, 1954


Rossi Longhi, Roberto, 1953


Rosso, A., 1930-1932


Rousseau, Theodore, 1919-1931


Rowe, Leo S., 1924-1933


Roy, Lieut. du, 1922


Roy, A. C., 1923


Roy de Blicquy, Minime (Mrs. Jean du), 1954


Rozycki, Ludomir, 1921


Ruddock, Albert B., 1919-1927


Ruhl(?), Arthur, 1920


Rumbold, Horace, Sir, and Lady, 1921-1928


Rumrill, L. L., 1951


Runyon, Ralph C., 1929


Ryan, Edward, undated


Ryan, Ethel M., 1953-1954


Ryan, T. R., Maj., 1920-1921


Ryott, Harold A., 1919-1922


Rzewnski, 1926


Rzyszczewska, Emily, Countess, 1921


Sackett, Frederic M., 1932


Sage, Robert, undated


Salmon, David A., 1927


Salvation Army, Brussels [See: Armee du Salut]


Sands, William Franklin, 1919-1930


Saphro, Elisabeth MacVeen, 1926


Sapieha, Leon, Prince, 1928


Sapieha, Theresa, Princess, 1954


Sartiges, Count de, 1927


Sartori di Montecroce, Anna, Baroness, 1933


Sartorius, Herman U., (?) 1920-1934


Sato, M. N., 1929


Satterlee, Herbert L., 1926


Savage, Catherine Comer (Mrs. Robert), 1954


Savery, Frank, 1921-1924


Savinkoff(?), B., 1920


Sawicki, Joseph F., 1920-1938


Schell, Frank R., 1920


Schelling, Ernest, 1922-1933


Schmettau, Charles A., 1928


Schmid, C., 1925


Schmidt, Josef, 1932


Schnessler, William C., 1927


Schoeffter, Martin George, undated


Schoenfeld, H. F. Arthur, 1923


Schofield, Frank H., Adm., 1927-1928


Schurman, Jacob Gould, 1927


Schwartz, Abba, 1953


Schwarzenberg, Jean, Princess, 1952-1953


Schwenker, W. M., 1920


Scidmore, Eliza R., 1928


Scoggin, H. D., 1930-1931


Scott, James Brown, undated


Scott, Mabel Janet, 1925


Search, Preston W., 1927


Searchinger, Cesar, 1930


Seaver, Frank R., 1927


Sebastian, Sr. M., 1952


See, Fong F., 1922


Seidner, Emeric, 1930


Sengier, E., 1924


Serre-Sanlaville, E., 1932

Box 60

Shaler, Millard King [See also: SUBJECT FILE, C.R.B. Educational Foundation, Inc.]








Sharkey, Joseph E., 1927-1931


Sharp, Mrs., 1929


Shaw, G. Howland [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1926


Sheffield, James Rockwell, 1926


Shepardson, Whitney, 1919-1921


Sheppard, Morris, 1926


Sheppey, Marshall, 1926


Sherman, H. G., 1931


Sherrill, C. H., Gen., 1927-1932


Sherwood, Renaud, 1926


Shipley, Ruth B., 1952


Shirrill, Charles H., 1927


Shoecraft, Eugene C., 1919-1932


Sholes, 1933


Shotwell, James T., 1930


Shuster, George N., 1952


Shutter, Joseph, 1932


Sikorski, Gen., 1928


Silvercruys, Franz, 1928-1933


Simon, John, Sir, 1932


Simpson, John Lowrey, 1921


Simonds, George S., Gen., 1927-1932


Simonson, Warren and Maude, 1952-1954


Sincay, Gaston, 1924


Singer, W. H., Jr., 1932


Skrzynski, Alexandre, Count, 1920


Smiddy, T. C., 1930


Smith, Alice Rapalge, 1929


Smith, Aubrey, Sir, Adm., 1924-1954


Smith, Carroll L., 1927


Smith, Dorothy M. and Larry, (?) 1952-1954


Smith, Edgar W., 1924


Smith, H. Alexander, 1924-1953


Smith, Helen D. (Mrs. H. Alexander), undated


Smith, Henry B., 1922-1928


Smith, Marc, 1929-1933


Smith, Mildred Witchell (Mrs. Beardslee), 1924-1930


Smith, Paul C., 1953-1954


Smith, Sarah B. (Mrs. Paul Jordan), 1929


Smith, Thomas, 1927


Smith, William Walker, 1924-1928


Smulski, John F., 1920-1922


Smuts, Jan Christian, 1943


Smyth, W. W., Capt., 1927-1933


Snively, John R., 1927


Sobanska, Marie, Countess, 1922-1931


Sobanski, Ladislas, 1921-1922


Sokal, F., 1927


Sokolowski, Venceslas de, 1921


Solvay, Louis, 1927-1950s


Souchon, Lucien, 1932


Southerland, Katherine, 1924-1925


Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, 1952


Spalding, William D., 1924-1930


Spanish Embassy, Paris, 1926


Spencer, Willing, 1920


Spender, Hugh F., 1926-1927


Sperling, Rowland, 1924-1930


Sperry, William H., 1921


Speyer, H., 1931


Spoelberch, Eric de, 1926-1933


Spoelberch, Guillaume de, Viscount, 1927-1929


The Spur, N.Y. (Tobin, Agnes E.), 1927

Box 61

Squiers, Arnon L., 1921


St. Phalle, Francois de, 1920-1923


Stabler, Jordan Herbert, 1920-1930


Stahl, Carl A., 1923


Stalinski, Jan, 1933


Starret, Henry P., 1920-1931


Stearns, Frank W., 1924-1932


Steenhault, Baron, 1925-1929


Stephen, Robert Frost, Mrs. See King, Alice


Stephens, D. S., Mrs., 1928-1930


Sterling, Frederick A., 1919-1954


Stetson, Clarence C., 1920-1926


Stetson, John B., Jr., 1925


Stettinius, Edward Reily, 1919


Stevens, Laurence Sterne, 1925


Stewart, John K., 1952-1953


Stewart, Mary, undated


Stewart, Nathaniel B., 1929


Stimson, Henry L., 1929-1933


Stockton, Gilchrist B.






Stoermer, Grace S. (National Statuary Hall, Washington, D.C.), 1933


Stoever, Edward R., 1923


Stone, Donald, 1918


Stone(?), Tommy, 1954


Stone, William T., 1931


Storey, Charles M., 1922


Stotesbury, Edward T., 1923


Stovall, Pleasant A., 1920


Stowell, Ellery C. [See also: Garner, Wilford J. and SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1927-1933


Straten, Robert van der, Count, 1933-1935


Straten Ponthoz, Roger van der, Count, 1953-1954


Strauss, Lewis L., 1918-1952


Streit, C. K., 1931


Strong, George V., 1927-1932


Strother, French, 1928-1930


Stull, William, 1921


Sturges, Jeanne (Mrs. Hollister), undated


Sullivan, Mark, 1930-1931


Summerlin, George Thomas, 1920-1931


Super, Paul, 1923


Sussex County Magazine, Eastbourne, Great Britain, 1930


Sutherland, Jane, 1928-1932


Sutliff, Milo J., 1951


Suydam, Henry, 1921


Swaelus-Godenne, L. [See also: Shaler, Millard King], 1928-1932


Swanson, Claude A., 1932-1933


Sweetser, Arthur, 1920-1932

Box 62

Swett, Trevor, 1932-1933


Swift, Merrit Wesley, 1923-1930


Symington, Pete, Capt., 1926


Szapary, Eilzabeth, Countess, 1954


Szczeniawski, I., 1919-1922


Szechenyi, Laszlo, 1932


Taft, Robert A., 1919-1943


Talbot, Clare Ryan (Mrs. E. C.), 1934


Tanco e Argaez, Mrs., undated


Tarler, G. Cornell, 1920


Taylor, Alonzo E., 1921-1936


Taylor, Henry J., 1943


Taylor, Josephine, 1924


Taylor, R. M., 1922


Taylor, William H., 1926


Terry, Prentiss M., 1927


Thakara, A. M., 1933


Thaw, Benjamin T., Jr., 1920-1932


Thayer, P. M. (Mrs. Nathaniel), undated


Theodoli, Ugo, 1953-1954


Theunis, George [See: Aubert, Theodore]


Thomas, Albert, 1925-1926


Thomas, Frances R. (Mrs. Lowell), 1953


Thomas, John R., Jr., 1930-1931


Thomas, Julian M., 1930


Thomas, Lowell, 1943-1954


Thomas, Norman, 1942


Thompson, Llewellyn E., Jr., 1953


Thompson, W., 1927-1933


Thomson, Basil, 1926


Thomson, Lord, 1930


Thornburg, Pherbia, Jr., 1953-1954


Thornburg, Raymond and Pherbia, 1952-1954


Thurston, Walter C., 1933-1934


Thys, R.(?), 1931


Times Book Club, London, 1927-1933


Titcomb, George E., Mrs., 1927


Tittman, Harold, 1931


Titulesco, 1932


Titus, Paul, 1933-1934


Tobin, Richard M., 1929-1933


Topping, Thomas T., 1924-1931


Torrey, Clare, 1922-1928


Totten, Ralph J., 1929-1930


Tovvem(?), Marquis of, 1926


Townsend, Laurence, Mrs., undated


Trafford, Betty, 1931-1936


Train, Harold C., 1927-1931


Trainor, Joseph H., 1920-1929


Trapp, Robert, 1922


Traus, Edouard, 1927-1931


Traux, Bon de, 1927


Travess, Howard, 1954


Treanor, John, 1928


Trippe, Juan T., 1934


Trippet, Cora W. L. (Mrs. Oscar A.), 1932


Trissel, Sam B., 1927


Tronchin, Mr., 1932


Tronor, Edward, 1926


Tropin, Ruth, undated


Tucholka, L., 1921


Tuck, Alec J. M., 1953


Tuck, S. Pinckney [See also: Cheney, Charles H.], 1924-1954

Box 63

Tuck, William Hallam [See also: SUBJECT FILE, C.R.B. Educational Foundation, Inc.]






Tucker, Albert J., Maj., 1926


Tucker, H. C., Rev., 1933


Tuckerman, Walter, 1921


Turner, Campbell, 1934-1935


Turner, Norman, Capt., 1925


TWA Ambassadors Club, N.Y., 1954


Twitchell, Kenaston, 1932


Tyler, Royall, 1952


Tyng, S. T., 1919


Tyszkiewicz, Rose (Countess Benoit), 1929


Ullens de Schooten, Jean and Marie-Therese, 1932-1954


United Press Associations, N.Y., 1930


United States. Department of State, 1920


United States. Department of the Treasury, 1941


University Club of Los Angeles (Thompson, Oscar), 1924-1925


University of Brussels, 1930


Urquhart, Augusta W., 1929


Ursel, Louis d', Count, undated


Vacuum Oil Company, N.Y., 1924


Valuyeff, Serge and Macha, 1924-1954


Van Coover, Jeanne, 1932


Van Dyke, Henry, 1915-1921


Van Dyke, Paul, 1921


Van Heuven, Goedhart, 1954


Van Horne, E. J., 1953-1954


Van Keuren, A. H., 1932


Van Maldeghem, Pierre, 1931


Van Norman, Louis E., 1921-1934


Van Rensselaer, W. S., 1929


Van Snick-Koslowski, Alph., 1929-1930


Van Truen, C. P., 1931


Vanderhoof, Ruth (Mrs. Ralph Scovell), 1932-1953


Vandoren, Josy, 1927


Vane, Francis Fletcher, 1929


Vansittart, Robert, 1931


Vauclain, Samuel, 1920-1933


Vaufrelant, Georges de, Baron, 1932


Vaufrelant, Louis de, Baron, undated


Vaughan, George, 1925


Veilborg, Kay, 1933


Vigano, Beatrice, 1929


Villalobar, Rodrigo and Marquise de, Marquis, 1915-1929


Villaret, 1926


Villenfagne, Baron de, 1932


Vinci, Baby, Countess (born Pallavicino), 1922-1933


Virden, Ray, undated


Visson, Andre, Mrs., 1953


Vollen, 1924


Vos, J. M., 1952-1954


Vulliamy, A. C., 1922


Wadsworth, Craig W., 1922-1930's


Wadsworth, Eliot, 1920-1936


Wadsworth, James W., 1926


Wagoner, Clarence R., 1927


Waha, Raymond de, Baron, 1932


Walden, (Daily Telegraph, London), 1936


Wales, Henry, undated


Walewska, Countess, 1920


Walker, Harold, 1935


Walker, L. C. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Hoover, Herbert, Correspondence], 1951-1954


Wall, Frank, undated

Box 64

Wachtel, C. H., 1923


Wallace, DeWitt, 1952-1953


Wallace, Hugh Campbell, 1922


Waller, George Platt, 1931-1953


Walling, William English, 1921


Walouiew [See: Valuyeff]


Walter, Francis, 1952


Walvjewski, 1924


Wambaugh, Sarah, 1927


Wands, Ernest H., 1931


Warburg, Felix A., (?) 1920


Warburton, Maj., 1918


Ward, Cabot, Col., 1918-1927


Ward, Robert E., 1953


Warner, Charles D., undated


Warner, Ernest, 1930


Warren, Avra M., 1936


Warren, George, 1952


Warren, Lee, 1932


Warren, R. L. (Mrs. Benjamin), undated


Warren, Whitney, 1928


Washburn, Albert, 1925


Washburn, G. E., Capt., 1925


Watkins, S. C. G., 1921


Watson, Edwin M. [See also: Houghton Mifflin Company], 1927-1942


Watson, J. B. S., 1930


Webb, C. A., 1931


Weddell, Alexander W. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Chaco War, Correspondence, Diplomatic], 1934-1936


Wedemeyer, Albert C., 1954


Weemaes, 1948


Wegenfeld, Henri de, 1938


Weibel, Gustav, 1935


Weill, Irma, 1927


Welch, Robert H. W., Jr., 1952


Welles, Sumner [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Chaco War, Correspondence, Diplomatic]





Box 65

Wells, Louise, 1919


Wendling, Charles, 1952


Western Union Telegraph Company, undated


Weygand, Maxime, Gen., 1949


Wheeler, Howard, 1920


Whelan, Harriette Millar, 1927


Whelan, Thomas E., 1953


White, 1926


White, Francis, 1926-1934


White, Henry, 1919-1926


White, James C., 1920-1936


White, John Beaver, 1919-1934


White, John Campbell [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson]






Whitehead, Lieutenant, 1930s


Whitehead, R. F., Rear Adm., 1954


Whitehouse, Sheldon [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1925-1934


Whiteley, James Gustavus, 1920-1933


Whiting, Flora (Mrs. Giles), 1954


Whitlock, Brand and Ella, 1915-1921


Whitridge, Arnold, 1919


Whitridge, Arnold, Mrs., 1928


Wickersham, George W., 1920


Wielopolska, Sophie, 1921


Wilbur, Ray Lyman, 1920-1921


Wilcox, 1930s


Wilder & Buell, N.Y., 1920


Wile, Frederic William, 1932


Wiley, John C., 1952


Wiley, Luis, 1929


Wiley, Samuel Hamilton, 1926


Wilford, Ph., 1932


Wilkie, D. P. D., 1928


Wilkinson, James R., 1926


Willems, F., 1927


Willems, Jean (Fondation Francqui, Brussels), 1932


Willert, Arthur, 1920


Williams, H., 1918


Williams, J. D., 1930


Williams, James, Jr., 1927


Williams, Wythe, 1929-1934


Williamson, Charly, 1931


Williamson, Harold L., 1921-1932


Williamson, Margaret W., undated


Willis, Frances E., 1953-1954


Wills, Davis B., 1920-1921


Wills, Frances, 1935-1936


Wills, William Le Moyne and Susan G., 1927-1935


Willys, John N., 1931


Wilson, Charles S. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1921-1926


Wilson, Edwin Carleton, 1932-1936


Wilson, F. M. Huntington, 1921-1925


Wilson, Florence, 1927

Box 66

Wilson, Hugh R. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson]


























Wilson, Katherine (Mrs. Hugh R.), undated

Box 67

Wilson, Thomas M., 1935


Wilson, Warden McK. [See also: DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Belgium, Correspondence with Embassy], 1931


Wilson, Woodrow, 1920


Winkler, Fred H., 1953


Winship, North, 1926


Winslow, Alan F. [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1919-1932


Winslow, Lawrence Lanier, 1919-1929


Winslow, Rollin R., 1927


Wiseman, William, 1942-1953


Wittouck, Albertine (Mrs. Franz), 1928-1954


Wittouck, Jean, 1924-1954


Wockerle, Anna(?), 1932


Wolfe, Robert, 1953


Women's Auxiliary to the Strangers' Hospital, Rio de Janeiro, 1936


Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Washington, D.C., 1929-1930


Wood, Leona P. (Mrs. F. W.), 1928-1936


Wood, Otis F., 1927


Wood, W. A., Jr., Maj. Gen., 1953


Wood, Walter, 1921-1925


Woods, Arthur, 1922


Woodward, Stanley [See also: Clynans, H. and DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Belgium, Correspondence with Embassy], 1933-1934


Woodworth, E. S., 1936


Woolf, S. J., 1931


Woolley, Mary E., 1932-1933


Woolsey, Lester H., 1921-1936


Woolwine, J. E., 1920


Woracziczky, Count, 1928


Worksop, Winnie, 1942


Worsthorne, Alexander K., 1924-1953


Wouters d'Oplinter, 1932


Wright, Hamilton, 1925


Wright, I. A., 1918-1932


Wright, J. Butler [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Rogers Bill, Correspondence of Gibson], 1920-1936


Xanthaky, George, 1952


Xanthaky, Theodore, 1933-1953


Yale University, New Haven, 1931


Yoch, Josephine, 1919


Young, C. C., 1920


Young, Evan, 1920-1931


Young, Harry R., 1924


Young, Kenneth, 1953


Young, Pamela Schnyler, undated


Young, Robert F., undated


Young, Samuel S., 1934-1936


Young, Wallace J., 1919


Ypersele, 1926


Yrureta-Goyena y Errazu, Joaquin de, 1932-1936


Yrureta-Goyena y Errazu, Manuel, 1926-1927


Zagorski, Steven D., 1921-1933


Zamoyski, Adam, 1928-1929


Zamoyski, Maurice, 1919-1924


Zapala, Father, 1920


Zeckendorf, William, 1954


Zeeland, Paul van, 1953


Zeldin, Mary-Barbara, 1954


Zoltowska, Sophy, 1923


Zoltowski, A., Count, 1920-1923


Zucker, A., 1921


Zurich de Reynold, Countess de, 1929


Zurpelle, R. M. J. van, 1928


Zyberk, Margaret Plater, Countess, 1921

Microfilm 1, Boxes 68-72

DIARIES, 1904-1947

Scope and Contents note

Arranged chronologically.
Box 68
















Box 69




Microfilm 1

Microfilm copy of diary, 1918 March 14–November 30










March 28-April



Box 70















"Paris to London via a number of places, June and July 1940," June 9 -July 4


Herbert Hoover Food Mission, 1946-1947


2 binders, 1946 March 17-June 19

March 17 to April 26, 1946
April 27 to June 19, 1946

Box 71

1946 March 17-May 12


Four typewritten carboncopies


One typewritten photocopy


1946 May 25-June 19


Three typewritten carboncopies


One typewritten photocopy

Box 72

2 folders, 1947 February 2-22

Boxes 72-78


Scope and Contents note

Addresses, articles, drafts of books, essays, notes, outlines, and radio broadcasts, arranged alphabetically by title.
See also: SUBJECT FILE/Belgium, King Leopold III - Controversy leading to his abdication, July 16, 1951/Writings by Gibson, and Provisional Intergovernmental Committee for the Movement of Migrants from Europe/Speeches by Gibson; DIPLOMATIC POSTS/Belgium and Brazil/Speeches; and DISARMAMENT CONFERENCES/Speeches.
Box 72





American Society of International Law, Washington, D.C., one printed copy, 1943 May 1


British War Relief Society, four typewritten carbon copies, 1942 December 1


Canterbury School Graduation Day, one typewritten carbon copy, 1943 June 5


Cleveland Community Chest Organization, one typewritten carbon copy, 1920 November 15


Testimonial dinner honoring Otto A. Rosalsky, Hotel Commodore, New York, one printed copy and one mimeograph copy, 1920 June 17


Yale Alumni Luncheon, New Haven, one typescript and two typewritten carbon copies, 1931 June 17


"An Approach to Peace Making," two typescripts and two carbon copies of a draft of remarks about a book on peace making, circa 1945


"Ask Questions," one typewritten carbon copy of a memorandum for an article, 1951 July 30


Belgium, The Country and Its People, one typescript and one typewritten carbon copy of an interview of Gibson regarding his book, 1939


"The Chronicles of Woolworth Abbey," one typescript (in a binder) and one typewritten carbon copy of a collection of short stories, 1940-1941


The Commission for Relief in Belgium during World War I, typewritten carbon and mimeograph copies of six memoranda and speeches


The Commission for Relief in Belgium during World War II, one typewritten carbon copy of a memorandum of conversations

Box 73

Diplomacy," one typescript of a draft for a book and typewritten notes

Physical Description: 2.0 folders

"The Duty to Oppose," two printed copies of an article published in The Freeman, 1951 October 22


"The Feast of the Dead," one typescript of an account of Chinese customs in Los Angeles, circa 1900


"Feed the Starving Now," one copy of an article reprinted from Collier's Weekly, (with Herbert Hoover), 1943 February 20


"Food Is a Weapon," two printed copies of an article published in The Saturday Evening Post, and one reprint, 1942 February 21


The Foreign Service and the State Department, typescripts of memoranda and essays, 1940s and 1950s


"Foreigners Don't Like Santa Claus," one typewritten carbon copy of an article, 1951




Homage to Paderewski, one photocopy of the printed form, circa 1939-1941


"Our National Policies in This Crisis," publication of Herbert Hoover's radio address, New York, one typewritten carbon copy, 1950 December 20


"Further New Approaches to Lasting Peace," two copies of an article reprinted from Collier's Weekly, (with Herbert Hoover), 1943 May-June


"German Rule in Belgium," typescript, mimeograph and carbon copies of an address delivered on several occasions, 1917-1918


"Here is the New Frontier," one typescript and two carbon copies of a draft of an article for This Week's Magazine, 1953 April 28


"History's Greatest Murder Trial," one printed copy of an article published in This Week's Magazine, (with Herbert Hoover), 1943 August 29


Humorous writings






On the foreign service


Light verse, limmericks


Short stories

Physical Description: 2.0 folders


Box 74

Introductions of various speakers, 1927-1929


"Is Bi-Partisan Foreign Policy Desirable?," one typescript of an article, undated


A Journal from our Legation in Belgium, related correspondence and reviews of Gibson's book, 1917


"Justice for the Fremonts," one printed copy of an article published in the Ostrich Farm, South Pasadena, 1903


Letters to the editor


Indianopolis Star, one copy reprinted in the Christian Science Sentinel, 1945 June 16


The New York Times, three typewritten carbon copies, 1943 April 20


"The Little Dog Laughed," collection of handwritten and typewritten humorous short stories, light verse and puns

Physical Description: 2.0 folders

"Luxembourg," one typescript of an essay on the history of Luxemburg


Message to Belgian friends sent through OWI, one typewritten carbon copy, 1944 September 1


"My Battle with Moby Dick," one typewritten carbon copy of a draft of an article to be approved by Herbert Hoover, with possible comment or footnote by him, 1952 March 13

Box 75

"A New Way to Make Peace," one printed copy of an article published in This Week's Magazine, 1943 November 7




Diplomacy, the foreign service, international relations (handwritten and typewritten)


National interest in the post World War II era (handwritten)


Portraits of personalities and friends (handwritten and typewritten)


Relations with Europe in the post World War II era (handwritten)


"Peace or Revenge," typescripts of memoranda on the treatment of Germany after World War II


The Problems of Lasting Peace, galley proofs and related correspondence, interviews and reviews of Gibson's book, 1942


"The Prospects for Democracy in Europe," two typewritten carbon copies of a speech, 1939


Radio broadcasts, typescripts and carbon copies


On Brazil-U.S. friendship, 1936 July 4


On Spain, 1939 September 10


"The New Diplomacy," 1939 November 4


"German Aims," 1939 November 21


"Propaganda," 1939 November 28


"The War for the Neutrals," 1939 December 7


"Removing Russia from the League of Nations," 1939 December 12


"Alice in Wonderland!," 1939 December 23


"Slogans," 1939 December 30


Radio forums, typewritten carbon and mimeograph copies




"Beyond Victory!," circa 1941-1945


"Wake Up America!," 1942 July 12


Recollection of a visit to Vienna and calling on President Koerner, one typescript and one typewritten carbon copy, 1952


Remarks, American Colony Dinner, Geneva, one typewritten mimeograph copy and one carbon copy, 1932 February 22

Box 76

The Road to Foreign Policy, correspondence and reviews of Gibson's book, 1944


"Secret Diplomacy," one typewritten carbon copy of a rough draft of an article, 1940


Speeches, typescripts and typewritten carbon copies


American Women's Voluntary Services, 1942 May 27


City Club of Milwaukee (with Joseph C. Grew), 1918 February 6


Dutch Treat Club, New York, 1939 April 15


Fourth of July Celebration, Hotel Beau Rivage, Geneva






Hoover Overseas and War Service Organizations Reunion Dinner, New York, 1929 March 3


On American foreign policy, 1920s


On Brazil, 1940 December 13


On Chaco War, 1935


On diplomacy, after 1938


On Poland, 1920s


On the United States and World War I


On World War II


"Suggestions for the Republican Party," one typescript of a memorandum, 1947 January


"What Diplomacy Is and Isn't," one typewritten carbon copy of an essay


"What Price Peace?," one printed copy of an article published in This Week's Magazine, 1944 October 8


"Widow Grogan's Reflections" and other short stories and articles, typescripts and typewritten carbon copies


"A World of Free Peoples," one typescript of a speech before the Rotary Club, circa 1942-1944


"The World We Want," one typewritten copy, circa 1942-1945

Boxes 77-78

Five binders put together by Hugh Gibson, containing typewritten copies of addresses, broadcasts and remarks, index in box 77, 1927-1947

Boxes 79-97

SUBJECT FILE, 1902-1955

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, and studies, arranged alphabetically by subject.
Box 79

American Child Health Association, N.Y., 1923


American Club(?), London, 1940


The American Committee to Aid the University of Nymegen (Holland), N.Y., (Hugh Gibson, chairman) 1947-1953


American Consular Bulletin, Washington, D.C., Volume IV, No. 1, 1922 January


American Mission of Relief for Poland, 1919


American Red Cross, 1918-1945


American Relief Administration, N.Y.


General, 1919-1923


Austria, 1922-1923


Soviet Union [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Castle, William, October 8, 1921], 1921


Armenia, 1920


Beard, Charles A. and Mary R.






Inter-war period [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Castle, William, January 20, 1931]


King Leopold III - Controversy leading to his abdication, 1951 July 16


Clippings, correspondence


Official documents from World War II used as evidence, including letters by Hitler, Adm. Keyes, Lord Gort, etc.


Writings by Gibson


Post-World War II period

Box 80

World War I


General [See also: Lancken, Baron von der and CORRESPONDENCE, Ridder, A.]


German rule and atrocities


Relief [See also: Hoover, Herbert, Relief work, World War I - Belgium]


World War II




Relief [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Aldrich]


Surrender of the Belgian Army, May 28, 1940


Bliss, Robert W.


Bolivia, 1954


Boyce, Richard F., "The American Consul in Action and What It Means to Be One"


Brazil, 1936


Briand, Aristide - Plan for a Proposed Federation of Europe, 1930


Briand-Kellogg Pact, 1928


Briggs, Ellis O.


Browne, Albert S. (secretary of Gibson) - Accounts during London Naval Conference, 1930


Buell, Raymond L., "Sea Law under the Kellogg Pact," May 15, 1929


Bullitt, William [See: CORRESPONDENCE, Shepardson, Whitney]


C.R.B. Bulletin, May 1, 1920


C.R.B. Educational Foundation, Inc., N.Y.


California - Movement towards autonomy, 1919


Carpenter, Ford A., "Weather and Its Effects on Air Transport," 1929


Carr, Wilbur J. [See also: American Consular Bulletin]


Castle, William R., Jr., "Diplomacy under the New Deal," 1936


Cavell, Edith


Central Europe, 1935


Chaco War between Bolivia and Paraguay, and Peace Conference in Buenos Aires [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Dawson, Allan, August 24 and 30, 1935], 1935-1936






1935 January - 1936 March

Box 81

1936 April-October


Personal, 1935 May 8-November 11


Despatches of American Delegation to Peace Conference


1935 November 25 (no. 93) - 1936 April 16 (no. 160)

Box 82

1936 April 17 (no. 162) - July 7 (no. 210)


1936 July 14 (no. 211) - September 24 (no. 280)

Box 83

1936 September 28 (no. 281) - 1937 January 5 (no. 348)


1937 January 7 (no. 349) - January 14 (no. 353)


Personal expenses, 1935-1936


Chamberlain, Austen, Sir


Chile - Political situation, 1924


Colby, Bainbridge - Address delivered before the Democratic National Convention, San Francisco, July 2, 1920


Colcord, Samuel, "A Way to Insure the Permanence of the Multilateral Treaty to Outlaw War"


Collective security


College Jean de Brebeuf, Montreal


Committee on Public Information, Washington, D.C., 1918


Communist International - VI Congress, August 28, 1929


Conference of Experts for a Moratorium on Intergovernmental Debts, London [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Gilchrist, Stockton, July 11 and Tuck, William Hallam, July 7 and DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Belgium, Correspondence with Embassy, Ferdinand L. Mayer], 1931




Of Experts







Box 84





Of conversations








On Deliveries in Kind


On Non-German Questions


Of Finance Ministers


Conference held in the Prime Minister's Room - Stenographic notes of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th meetings








Bulgaria [See also: Greece]


Greece [See also: Bulgaria]







Box 85

Final declaration


German-Belgian negotiations


Herbert Hoover's proposal of June 21




Reactions and statements from various countries




Press clippings


Reports and letters on situation in Europe (not by Gibson)


Telegrams, in and outgoing, between the Secretary of State and various American embassies and consulates
















Received in Paris


Sent from Paris








U.S. Mixed Claims Commission


Coolidge, Calvin - Speech before the American Legion, Washington, D.C., November 11, 1928


Craigie, Robert Leslie


Czechoslovakia, 1918-1924

Box 86

Davies, David, "The Problem of Disarmament"




Diplomatic immunities


Durand, E. D., "The Alleged Imperialism of Poland," 1920


Eastern Galicia, 1919


Economic history


The Educational Reviewer, New York, 1950-1951


Eisenhower, Dwight D., 1949-1954


Elisabeth, Queen of Belgium, 1928


L'est polonais, Warsaw, October 20, 1920


Europe, ca. 1919-1923


European Children's Fund


Attacks upon


In Austria, 1920-1921


Mission to Poland, 1919-1922


European Relief - World War II [See also: Hoover, Herbert, Relief Work, World War II - The Hoover Plan]



Physical Description: 2.0 folders

Appeals from various individuals and organizations to send food




(l) 1940

Box 87

(2) 1940









Box 88














Box 89



Food maps


Printed matter




(1) 1940


(2) 1940


(3) 1940





Box 90



European Relief Council, 1920


Eyck, Andrew Ten [See: CORRESPONDENCE, Baldwin, Elbert F.]


Ferguson, Homer, "Remarks for Delivery in the Senate," 1951 January 16




Flynn, John T., The Thought Police: An Episode in Radical Bigotry, N.Y., 1946


Ford, Henry [See: Jewish Question, General]


France - Foreign relations


Germany, 1932


Poland, 1918(?)-1932


Fremont, Jessie Benton, Mrs.


Fremont, John C., Gen.


Fuerstenberg, Elisabeth von, Countess




General, 1921-1932


Naval Question, 1912-1914


World War I. Speech of Chancellor Theobald von Bethmann Hollweg before the Reichstag session of December 2, 1914


Gibson, Mary (Mrs. Frank A.)


Gibson, Michael


Gibson, Ynes


General [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Cobian, Eduardo]




Clary, Resy


Clary, Sophie


Potocka, Betka


Villalobar, Marquis de




Driver's license, 1925


Gibson Code (for the transmission and translation of languages

Box 91

Goedeke, Walter John


Great Britain - Schools, 1930


Griffiths, Austin E., George Washington, World Court, League of Nations, 1923


Halpert, Thaddeus


Hard, William, "Tour of Central Europe," 1921


Harding, Warren G.


Harmon, Clifford


Hawkins, Harry C.


Herbert, Felix, Senator


Holland, Kenneth [See: CORRESPONDENCE, Bent, Ernest F.]




Honeij, James A., "How Long Will Poland Last?" 1921


Hoover, Herbert C. [See also: American Child Health Association and CORRESPONDENCE, King, Alice]




Correspondence [See also: MacDonald, J. Ramsay]


Relief work


World War I - Belgium


World War II - The Hoover Plan




Howland, Samuel Shaw




Hurley, Edward N., "World Industrial Leaders Can Prevent War," 1929


Interallied Committee for the Re-Education of War Cripples, 1918


Interallied Mission to Countries of Former Austro-Hungarian Empire, 1919 January


Interallied Mission to Poland [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Dresel, Ellis Loring, October 5, 1920]




Of Control for Teschen


Sub-Committee for Posen


International Catholic Migration Commission, Geneva, 1954-1955


International Conciliation, N.Y., 1924 February


Interparliamentary Union Conference, Bern and Geneva, 1924



Box 92

Jefferson, Thomas


Jewish question








Mission to Poland (Henry Morgenthau)


Reports by Gibson [See also: DIPLOMATIC POSTS, Poland, Reports, Weekly Political Reports]


United States


Kellogg, Vernon, "Washington Five and Eight O' Clocks," 1920


Kennan, George F.


Kitchener, Horatio Herbert, Lord


Klopstock, Paul, "Poland Today?" (?) 1920


Knights of Columbus


Lancken, Baron von der


Lansing, Robert


Latin America, 1954


Lausanne Conference with regard to the convening of a world economic and financial conference, 1932


League of Nations, Geneva




Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes. Draft submitted by the First and Third Committees to the Assembly, October 1, 1924


Special Commission for the Preparation of a Draft Convention on the Private Manufacture of Arms and Ammunition and of Implements of War, 1927-1928


Temporary Mixed Commission for the Reduction of Armaments - Proceedings of the 1st session, Geneva, July 7, 1924


Lebrun, Albert


"The Lesson of the Day" (in Harper's Weekly of October 10, 1857)


La libre Belgique, Brussels, nos. 21, 30, 34, 36, 37, 38, 42, 46, 52, 53 (2 copies), 56, 1915


Lindbergh, Anne Morrow, "The Wind of Privation or the Sun of Mercy?" December 24, 1940


Loeb, James


Louvain Library, 1928


McCarthy, Joseph


Marshall, E. Newell


Mason, Frank




Moffat, Jay Pierrepont


Morand, Paul (talk on Gibson)


Nam, General Cesare


National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies, N.Y., 1940-1943


National Council of Churches of Christ (from the files of the Committee on Un-American Activities - U.S. Congress. House of Representatives)


Das neue Europa, Berlin, 1932 January-February-March

Box 93

Paderewski, Ignace Jan


Pan American Union, Washington, D.C. (Barrett, John, Director General), 1920


Paul-Boncour, Joseph


Pearson, Drew


Pecher, Charles, 1940-1941


Pegler, Westbrook


Permanent Court of International Justice - American reservations to


Pierce, Daniel T. [See: American Red Cross]


Poland [See also: Durand, E. F.; Eastern Galicia; Honeij, James A.; Interallied Mission to Poland; Klopstock, Paul; Upper Silesia]


General, 1920-1921


Economic situation. Annual Report of American Trade Commissioner, June 1921


Financial transactions - Romania, October 10, 1939




World War I [See also: Russian Red Cross in Poland]




British Committee for Relief in Poland


Methodist Mission (activities in Poland under attack)


World War II




Correspondence and memoranda of conversations of Gibson, 1940


Poraj, L., "The Proteest of the Slave-Soul," 1919


Provisional Intergovernmental Committee for the Movement of Migrants from Europe, Geneva


General, 1952-1955


Speeches by Gibson, 1952-1954

Box 94

Reid, Frank A.


Reyntiens, Guy N.


Roberts, Cecil


Rocky Mountain Club, N.Y., 1919


Rogers Bill (on the reorganization of the Consular and Diplomatic Services)


Addresses by Charles E. Hughes; Robert Lansing, and J. Butler Wright


Amendments, proposals


Anecdotes regarding ministers and diplomats


Correspondence of Gibson


Beal, Boylston A., 1923


Bliss, Robert Woods, 1922-1924


Carroll, Joseph W., 1923


Castle, William R., Jr., 1922-1923


Daniels, Thomas L., 1923


Dearing, Fred Morris, 1921-1924


Dennis, Lawrence, 1923


Dodge, H. Percival, 1923


Dolbeare, Frederick R., 1923


Einstein, Lewis, 1923


Fletcher, Henry P., 1921-1923


Grant-Smith, Ulysses, 1919-1924


Grew, Joseph C., 1919-1924


Gunther, Franklin M., 1925


Hall, Barton, 1923


Hoover, Herbert, 1921


Hughes, Charles Evans, 1923


Hugins, C. R., 1920


Jay, Augustus Peter, 1923-1924


Johnson, Stewart, 1923


Lane, Arthur Bliss, 1919-1924

Box 95

Madden, Martin B., 1923


Magruder, Alexander R., undated


Meyer, Cord, 1923


Newson, H. Dorsey, 1923


O'Laughlin, John Callan, 1923


Phillips, William, 1923


Richardson, R. Gilmore, 1923


Robbins, Warren D., 1921-1923


Rogers, John Jacob, 1919-1924


Ruddock, Albert B., 1919-1920


Schalk(?), H. A., 1924


Shaw, G. Howland, 1923


Stowell, Ellery C., 1918


White, John Campbell, 1923


Whitehouse, Sheldon, 1923


Williamson, Harold L., 1923


Wilson, Charles S., 1923


Wilson, Hugh R., 1919-1923


Wilson, Verne, Jr., 1923


Winslow, Alan F., 1923


Wright, J. Butler, 1919-1923


Correspondence of Secretary of State Charles E. Hughes (released for the press, November 9, 1922)


Data on foreign service's total strength


Departmental order no. 295 (Department of State), June 9, 1924


Executive Order no. 4022, June 7, 1924


Memoranda (mostly by Gibson)


Printed matter

Box 96

Reports, studies


By Gibson


By others


Text of House Resolution 6357


Roosevelt, Eleanor (Mrs. Franklin D.)


Roosevelt, Eleanor (Mrs. Theodore, Jr.)


Roosevelt, Franklin D.


Russian Red Cross in Poland, 1921


Sadikowa Choupaz, Natalie


Schmidt-Chevalier, Curt


Schofield, Rear Admiral, "Freedom of the Seas," 1921 December 21


Sims, Admiral William S.


Sino-Japanese War, 1932


Smith, Bedell


Soviet Union


General, 1920-1924


Agriculture [See: CORRESPONDENCE, Rickard, Edgar, August 22, 1925]


Foreign relations - Germany


Spaak, Paul Henri




Stalin, Joseph


Strother, French


Switzerland [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Martin, William]


Thomas, Lowell


Thompson, Dorothy (Mrs. Sinclair Lewis), "The New Patriotism Is Peace: Third and Last Article in Which Women from Many Lands Make Their Pleas," 1930


Toynbee, Arnold J.


Turkey - Entry to the League of Nations, 1932


Tyler, Royall


United States




Armed forces, 1923




American Expeditionary Forces, 1918


Headquarters Third Corps Area [See also: BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, Officers' Reserve Corps], 1924-1925


Intelligence, 1918


Training manual, 1923


"Behold the Flag," by Ignatius I. Murphy


Comptroller General


Department of Justice


Department of State




Commercial attaches


Embassies - London


Foreign Service School


United Nations Affairs Division


Legations - Berne (Office of the military attache), 1918


Department of the Treasury


Elections, 1932


Financial situation, 1932


Foreign relations


General - Post World War II era


Argentina, 1920


Belgium, 1918


Cuba, 1903


France, 1918


Great Britain, 1911-1941

Box 97

Latin America, 1909-1911


Netherlands, 1921


Poland, 1919(?)


Soviet Union, 1920-1923


Switzerland, 1918


Foreign Relations Committee, 1917-1918


World War I


Moral preparadness


Treatment of prisoners of war


Upper Silesia - Plebiscite of 1921 March 20




Reports by Gibson


Upton, Charles S., "Peace? Why Not?" 1942


Vacuum Oil Company, N.Y. [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Maguire, J. J.], 1916-1919


Walter Hines Page School of International Relations, N.Y.


Wheeler, Post and Hallie Ermine Rives


White, William Allen


Whitlock, Brand [See: Belgium, World War I, German rule and actrocities]


Wilbur, Ray Lyman


Wile, Frederic William


Williams, William Carlos


Wilson, Alexander, Why a New League of Nations Will Not Succeed in Enforcing a Permanent Peace in an Uncivilized World, 1944


Wilson, Hugh R.


Wilson, Woodrow


Wolf, Otto


Wood, Leona P. - Correspondence re her request for birthdates and a few lines for the "Friendship Calendar" (birthday book) she is preparing for Gibson, 1909


World War I


Allied intervention in Russia


Debts payments






Great Britain


Pamphlets (mostly Belgian, some French)




Reports by Gibson, 1917 August 21 - 1918 April 16


Yale University


Young Women's Christian Associations



Boxes 98-101


Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and speeches, arranged alphabetically by name of country where Hugh Gibson was assigned in the course of his foreign service career.
Box 98

Belgium (Brussels), 1914-1916; 1927-1933; 1937-1938


Appointment as Ambassador






Congratulations sent to Hugh and Ynes Gibson


- Congratulations sent to Hugh and Ynes Gibson 1937




Correspondence with Embassy


General, 1927-1930


Groves, J. Philip, 1930-1933


Mayer, Ferdinand L., 1931


Wilson, Warden McK., 1930


Woodward, Stanley, 1932-1933


Embassy compound and servants


Evaluation of State and other Departments' officials


German accusations against Gibson, 1918




Resignation, 1933



Box 99

Brazil (Rio de Janeiro), 1933-1937




Appointment as Ambassador, 1933




Correspondence - In and outgoing telegrams, 1933-1935


Frost, Mr., Counselor of the Embassy


Memoranda on U.S.-Brazil relations and U.S. Latin American policy




Trade agreement between Brazil and the U.S., 1935


Cuba (Havana), 1911-1913


France (Paris), 1918




Assignment as First Secretary, 1918


Correspondence - In and outgoing telegrams


1918 March-July


1918 July-November




Honduras (Tegucigalpa), 1908-1909


Luxemburg (Brussels, stationed in), 1927-1933; 1937-1938

Box 100

Poland (Warsaw), 1919-1924




Accountant of Legation, John Weber






Telegram account


Clubs [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Grodski, Stanislaw]




With Polish officials, 1921-1924


With the Secretary of State, 1919-1923


Guarantee Trust Company of New York - Contract with the Polish Government, 1921


Guest lists




Received by Gibson


Sent out by Gibson


Legation compound and servants






For conversations with Polish officials


Re the Frank Morse case, 1923-1924


Polish Red Cross - Honorary Diploma confered upon Gibson, 1921


Relief work


Assistance extended


To individuals


To Russians in Poland [See also: SUBJECT FILE, Russian Red Cross in Poland]


To the intelligentsia




With Philip S. Baldwin, 1921


With Walter L. Brown, 1920


With Herbert Hoover, 1920


With Cyril J. C. Quinn, 1920-1921


With various relief groups and organizations

Box 101



Re Paderewski's return [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Dulles, Allen, November 20, 1919; Hoover, Herbert, and House, Edward M., April 29, 1919; and Wilson, Woodrow, July 18, 1920], 1919


Weekly Political Reports to the Secretary of State










Request for increase in contingent fund due to higher cost of living, 1924


Secretaries of Legation


Boal, Pierre de L.


Moffat, Jay Pierrepont


Telegrams, 1919 October - 1923 January


Transfer to Switzerland, 1924


Travel within the country


Switzerland (Bern), 1924-1927


Appointment as Ambassador [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Ambrose, W. H.], 1924


Correspondence with Lucile Atcherson, 1926


Invitations, received and sent out






Transfer to Belgium, 1927

Boxes 102-121


Scope and Contents note

Charts, correspondence, graphs, memoranda, minutes of meetings, printed matter, reports, and studies, arranged chronologically by conference. As the series of disarmament conferences was an ongoing process, with conferences adjourning to await the outcome of others, some overlap could not be avoided.
Box 102

Conference on the Limitation of Armament, Cannes, France, 1922


Conference for the Supervision of the International Trade in Arms and Ammunition and in Implements of War, Geneva, 1925


Preparatory Commission for the General Disarmament Conference [See also: CORRESPONDENCE, Murray, George D.], 1926-1932




Outline of the positions of the leading countries for and against budgetary limitations, 1931


Papers put together by Gibson (32 indexed documents)


1st session, 1926 May


Instructions for the American delegation




2nd session, 1926 September




Sub-Commission B


3rd session (4th session, November), 1927 March




List of delegates


Official report




5th session, 1928 March


Anglo-French Agreement




With other delegations


With the Secretary of State




Press clippings




Telegrams, March 12-28


6th session


First Part (adjourned May 6 to await the outcome of the London Naval Conference, 1930), 1929 April








Between Herbert Hoover and J. Ramsay MacDonald