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Series Description

Box 1

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1929-1949

Scope and Content Note

Biographical sketch, obituary, clippings and miscellany.
Boxes 1-5

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1917-1945

Additional Note

Drafts and printed copies of speeches and writings with related correspondence. Arranged chronologically.
Boxes 5-10

CORRESPONDENCE, 1917-1949

Additional Note

Correspondence includes printed and non-printed material relating to many of the issues in the other series, such as social and health organizations and international relations. Arranged chronologically.
Boxes 11-18

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, 1922-1949

Additional Note

Letters, reports, minutes, clippings, and financial materials. Arranged chronologically.
Boxes 19-21

HERBERT HOOVER, 1916-1964

Additional Note

Correspondence with Herbert Hoover and others, pamphlets, reports, speech transcripts and miscellany relating to the death of President Warren Harding, the administration of President Herbert Hoover, the President's Commission on Home Building and Home Ownership, and other subjects. Arranged by form.
Boxes 22-50

INSTITUTE OF PACIFIC RELATIONS, 1920-1960

Additional Note

Minutes, reports, correspondence, speech and hearing transcripts, conference proceedings, memoranda, bibliographies, pamphlets, clippings and printed articles relating to the Institute and to the Pacific Basin and Asia. Arranged by form.
Boxes 51-78

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT, 1924-1946

Additional Note

Correspondence with other government departments, invitations, memoranda, press releases, scrapbooks, budgets, minutes, reports, speech transcripts, pamphlets, clippings, charts and printed articles relating to Indian affairs, land and water use and reclamation projects, oil conservation, oil shale leases and other subjects. Arranged by subject.
Boxes 79-91

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, 1917-1954

Additional Note

Reports, clippings, pamphlets, minutes, printed articles, correspondence, memoranda, financial materials, speech and radio broadcast transcripts, flyers, newsletters and miscellany relating to individual countries, the two world wars, selective service, relief work and peace organizations. Arranged by subject.
Boxes 92-100

POLITICAL MATERIAL, 1908-1949

Additional Note

Correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, speech transcripts, convention proceedings, printed articles, newsletters and miscellany relating to elections, Republican Party activities, Prohibition, the Depression and the New Deal. Arranged chronologically.
Boxes 101-108

SAN FRANCISCO COUNCIL OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH AGENCIES/SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY CHEST, 1921-1932

Additional Note

Correspondence, financial materials, minutes and miscellaneous non-printed materials relating to the function of these social welfare umbrella organizations. Arranged by organization.
Boxes 109-141

SOCIAL PROBLEMS, ca. 1907-1958

Additional Note

Letters, speech transcripts, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, serial issues, reports, abstracts, interviews, pamphlets, clippings, bibliographies, conference materials, flyers, notes, and press releases relating to the activities of national social welfare and health organizations, the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection, public health, birth control, education and illiteracy, race relations and other subjects. Arranged by subject. NOTE: Material concerns some organizations in which Dr. Wilbur played an active role; material on others was collected by his secretary, Inez Richardson.
Boxes 141-142

SUBJECT FILE, 1919-1956

Additional Note

Letters, clippings, conference materials, newsletters, notes, charts, speech transcripts and miscellaneous printed material relating to the Mooney-Billings case, medicine and health insurance, radio and television broadcasting and other topics. Arranged by subject.
Boxes 143-145

OVERSIZE FILE, 1924-1939

Additional Note

Serial issues, printed material, clippings, and a collection of wire reports relating to the Institute of Pacific Relations, international relations, the 1936 Olympics in Germany and other topics. Arranged by size.
Memorabilia cabinet

MEMORABILIA

Scope and Content Note

One model of Hoover Dam, one set of fossilized animal tracks, one Boy Scout statue, one blotter, one medicine ball, 3 medals and one envelope of memorabilia.
10.A-V

Art racks

AUDIO-VISUAL FILE, 1906-1941

Additional Note

See photo card catalog for description.
Record cabinet

PHONORECORDS, 1940

Additional Note

Recordings of speeches by Dr. Wilbur.

Container List

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1929-1949

Box 1, Folder 1

Biographical sketch, obituary, clippings and miscellany

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1917-1945

Box 1

General. Correspondence, including some short statements by Dr. Wilbur

Folder 2

1923 March-1929 June

Folder 3

1929 July-Nov.

Folder 4

1929 Dec.-1930 April

Folder 5

1930 April-June

Folder 6

1930 July-1931 Feb.

Folder 7

1931 Feb.-May

Box 2, Folder 1

1931 June-Dec.

Folder 2-3

1932-1933

Folder 4

Undated

Folder 5

Conference proceedings, 1917. Relates to higher education

Folder 6

"Duty of Americans in the Present Crisis," 1917 March. Typescript article

Folder 7

"Inescapable Responsibilities," 1917 March. Typescript article

Folder 8

"Food and the War," 1917 Dec. Speech transcript

Folder 9

"Fighting with Food," 1918. Printed article

Folder 10

"War Problems and Food," 1918 Feb. Printed letter to the editor

Folder 11

"Food Conservation for World Relief," 1918 Nov. Printed speech transcript

Folder 12

"Russia, Our Neighbor," 1919. Typescript

Folder 13

"Herbert Hoover--A Personal Sketch," 1920. Mimeographed copy

Folder 14

Miscellaneous writings on Herbert Hoover, 1920-1937

Folder 15

Conference proceedings, 1921 Aug. Relates to public health

Folder 16

"The University of the Future--A Recruiting and Training Center for the Public Health Professions," 1922. Typescript speech transcript

Folder 17

"Universities Helping to Solve Industrial Problems of Industrial Relations," 1922 Feb. Typescript

Folder 18

Remarks, 1922 Nov. Association of American Universities conference. Typescript

Folder 19

Miscellaneous writings on medicine, 1923-1941

Folder 20

Statement, 1923 Aug. Clipping relating to the death of President Harding

Folder 21

"The Institute of Pacific Relations," 1925. Typescript

Folder 22

Speech, 1925 July. Relates to the Institute of Pacific Relations. Typescript

Folder 23

"An Adventure in Friendship--The Story of the Institute of Pacific Relations," 1925. Mimeographed copy

Folder 24

"Mutual Understanding in the Pacific," 1927 April. Printed article

Folder 25

The Man of the Hour, 1928 April. Printed pamphlet about Herbert Hoover published by the Republican National Committee

Folder 26

"The Havana Conference of 1928," 1928 Nov. Typescripts

Box 3, Folder 1

Miscellaneous writings, 1929. Typescripts and letters

Folder 2

Report, American Council on Medical Education, 1929 Nov. Typescript

Folder 3

Miscellaneous writings, 1930. Typescripts and letters

Folder 4

Speeches, 1930-1932. Relating to child health. Primarily letters and typescripts

Folder 5

Miscellaneous writings, 1931. Typescripts and letters

Folder 6

"Damming the Oil Flood," 1931 Feb. Printed copy

Folder 7

"The Indian Today," 1931 March. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 8

"The Rehabilitation of the Virgin Islands," 1931 March. Typescript

Folder 9

"What the Children's Charter Means to the Nation," 1931 April. Printed copy

Folder 10

"The Public Lands," 1931 April. Typescript

Folder 11

"A Progress Report at the Department of the Interior," 1931 May. Typescript and correspondence

Folder 12

"The Nation's Playgrounds," 1931 May. Typescript and correspondence

Folder 13

"A New Day for the Indian," 1931 May. Printed copy and correspondence

Folder 14

"The Treatment of the American Indian," 1931 May. Typescript and letters

Folder 15

Interview, 1931 May. Relates to the Virgin Islands. Printed copy

Folder 16

"Irrigation: Miracle of the Arid West," 1931 June. Printed copy

Folder 17

"Wilbur Diagnoses Oil Ailments," 1931 July. Printed copy and letters

Folder 18

"Hoover Dam and Nevada," 1931 Sept. Typescript and letters

Folder 19

"Secretary of Interior Tells of Arizona Visit," 1931 Oct. Printed copy

Folder 20

"Illiteracy and the Campaign to Remove It," 1931 Nov. Typescript

Folder 21

"The Meaning of the Boulder Canyon Project to the Southwest," 1931 Nov. Typescript and letters

Folder 22

"End Intellectual Lock Step," 1931 Dec. Printed copy and letters

Folder 23

"As I Know Herbert Hoover," 1931 Dec. Typescript and correspondence

Folder 24

"The Moulding of Americans," 1931 Dec. Typescript and letters

Folder 25

Miscellaneous writings, 1932. Typescripts, printed copies and letters

Folder 26

Miscellaneous writings, 1934-1941. Printed copies and typescripts

Folder 27

Hoover Policies, (co-author with Arthur M. Hyde), 1937. Acknowledgements from libraries for donated copies

Box 4, Folder 1-5

Hoover Policies, (co-author with Arthur M. Hyde), 1937. Acknowledgements; also includes other letters and reviews, 1937-1938

Box 5, Folder 1-2

Hoover Policies, 1937. Acknowledgements, 1937-1938

Folder 3

"International Expositions as Factors for Peace," 1938. Typescript and letters

Folder 4

"A Philosophy of American Education," 1938. Printed copy and letters

Folder 5

"Human Hopes," 1939 June. Printed copy

Folder 6

"China Has Much to Offer," 1940 Jan. Printed copy

Folder 7

Radio broadcast, 1940 Jan. Relates to international relations. Typescript and recording. SEE: PHONORECORDS

Folder 8

"Statehood for Hawaii," 1940 Oct. Printed copy

Folder 9

"What Kind of World Order Do We Want?" 1940 Nov. Printed copy and recording of radio broadcast. SEE: PHONORECORDS

Folder 10

"The Past Half Century and Medical Education," 1941 Jan. Mimeographed copy

Folder 11

Speeches relating to Pacific relations, 1941-1944. Typescripts

Folder 12

"Our Pacific Destiny," 1941 June. Printed and mimeographed copies of speech transcript

Folder 13

Lou Henry Hoover, 1944. Printed copy of memorial tribute to Mrs. Hoover

Folder 14

Radio statement, 1945 Feb. Relates to the United Nations Conference in San Francisco. Typescript

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1917-1949

Box 5

General

Folder 15-16

General. Stanford alumni and miscellaneous

Box 6, Folder 1

General

 

1917-1940

Folder 2-5

A-R

Box 7, Folder 1

S-Z

 

1941-1949

Folder 2

General. Miscellaneous

Folder 3-5

A-C

Box 8, Folder 1-6

D-Z

Box 9, Folder 1-4

Pease, Vera Jane, 1917-1945. Primarily from 1941-1945, but includes letters from World War I service in France

Box 10, Folder 1-6

Pease, Vera Jane

 

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, 1922-1949

Additional Note

Letters, reports, minutes, clippings and financial materials
Box 11, Folder 1-2

General, 1922-1946. Books and information on other boys' organizations

Folder 3

1930

Box 12, Folder 1

1930

Folder 2

1931-1934

Folder 3-4

1937-1938

Box 13, Folder 1-3

1939

Folder 4

1940

Box 14, Folder 1-2

1940

Folder 3

1941

Box 15, Folder 1-3

1941

Folder 4

1942

Box 16, Folder 1

1942

Folder 2

1943

Box 17, Folder 1

1943

Folder 2

1944

Folder 3

1945

Box 18, Folder 1

1946

Folder 2

1947

Folder 3

1948

Folder 4

1949

 

HERBERT HOOVER, 1916-1964

Box 19

General

Folder 1-2

Harding, Warren G. Material relating to President Harding's death at which both Mr. Hoover and Dr. Wilbur were present, 1923

 

President's Commission on Home Building and Home Ownership. Ray Lyman Wilbur, President, Better Homes in America, Inc.

Folder 3-5

General, 1916-1941. Printed material and correspondence related generally to housing issues

Folder 6

Administrative and personnel material

Folder 7-8

Financial material

Box 20, Folder 1-5

Financial material

Folder 6

Stanford University. Relates to contributions for building projects, 1921-1922

 

Correspondence

Folder 7-8

General. Dr. Wilbur with others, 1917-1946

Folder 9

Beard, Charles A., 1944

Box 21, Folder 1-6

Hoover, Herbert, 1912-1929. See Appendix for details

Folder 7

Miscellany. Clippings, progress report, poem, invitations, 1928-1964

Folder 8

Printed material. Pamphlets relating to Herbert Hoover, 1931-1943

Folder 9

Reports. President's Economic Mission to Germany and Austria, 1946-1947

Folder 10

Speeches by Herbert Hoover, 1925-1953

 

INSTITUTE OF PACIFIC RELATIONS FILE, 1920-1960

Box 22

Administrative materials

 

General. Chronological files, 1925-1960

 

1925-1926 (Honolulu Conference)

Box 23

1925-1926 (Honolulu Conference)

Box 24

1925-1926 (Honolulu Conference)

 

1926 June-December

Box 25

1926 December-1927 April

Box 26

1927 May-December

Box 27

1928 January-September

Box 28

1928 October-1929 June

Box 29

1929 July-1935 December

Box 30

1936 January-1937 June

Box 31

1937 July-1938 December

Box 32

1939 January-1940 March

Box 33

1940 April-1941 December

Box 34

1942 January-1943 December

Box 35

1944 January-1945 January

Box 36

1945 April-1946 June

Box 37

1946 July-1948 June

Box 38

1948 July-1952, 1960

 

Administrative Assistant's office file, 1947-1953

Box 39

Committees

 

American Council

Folder 1

List of committees of the American Group, 1926 October

Folder 2

Papers prepared for the 1927 Honolulu Conference

Folder 3

Extracts from replies to the American Group questionnaire, 1927 October 21

Folder 4

Miscellaneous issuances of the American Group, 1927

Folder 5

Minutes of meeting of the Board of Trustees, 1929 April 5

Folder 6

Minutes of meetings, 1928-1931

Folder 7

National Council. Report of research activities, 1928 May-September

Folder 8

American Research Committee. Outlines of research projects, 1926

Folder 9

China Committee. Letter to Mr. Loomis describing work of the committee, 1925 December 17

Folder 10-13

Miscellaneous. Letters, reports, lists, minutes, form letters and memoranda, correpondence and other materials relating to a trip to the Far East by Dr. and Mrs. Wilbur in 1926; also includes a printed transcript of Senate hearings and a list of delegates to the Tokyo Peace Conference, 1926-1952

Box 40, Folder 1

Miscellaneous. Minutes, 1936

 

Clippings, 1924-1929. SEE: OVERSIZE FILE

 

Correspondence, 1927-1949

Folder 2

General. Persons and groups interested in the Institute of Pacific Relations, 1927-1949

Folder 3

Carter, Edward C., 1923-1947

Folder 4

Condliffe, J. B. Letter to Mr. Loomis telling of work done in Australia, 1925 November 11

Folder 5-7

Davis, J. Merle (partial itemized list)

 

Letter with enclosure, entitled "Inside Story of the (Honolulu) Conference," 1925 September 30

 

Letter to Ray L. Wilbur with enclosure, entitled "Suggestions Regarding the Baltimore Conference," 1925 December 9

 

Letter to Ray L. Wilbur with enclosures of letters by C. F. Loomis, 1929 February 20

 

Letter to Ray L. Wilbur with an enclosed interview with Henry L. Stimson, 1929 March 21

 

Letter to Ray L. Wilbur summarizing impressions of the Kyoto Conference, 1930 January 7

Folder 8

Hall, H. Duncan

 

Letter from J. B. Condliffe to C. F. Loomis, 1926 February 18

 

Letter from H. Duncan Hall to C. F. Loomis, with enclosed report of meeting of the British Institute of International Affairs (1926 April 7), 1926 April 6

 

Letter from H. Duncan Hall to Ray L. Wilbur with enclosed note of the Pacific conference, 1926 June 8

 

Report of the first meeting of the Institute of Pacific Relations, 1925

Folder 9

Lattimore, Owen, 1941-1943

Folder 10

State Department, 1917-1945

 

Conferences

 

Honolulu Conference, 1925

Folder 11

Executive documents

Folder 12

Epitome of findings of meeting held by Australian members

Folder 13

Minutes of meeting of the Committee on Permanent Organization, 1925 July 8

Folder 14

Miscellaneous documents and papers

Folder 15

Letters from delegates to the conference, giving their impressions, criticisms, and suggestions

Folder 16

List of members

Folder 17

Minutes of meeting of the Organization Committee, 1925 July 15

Folder 18

Minutes of meeting of the Program Committee, 1925 July 15

Folder 19

Who's who in IPR

 

Honolulu Conference, 1927

Box 41, Folder 1

Cable from Ray L. Wilbur to President Coolidge

Folder 2-4

Documents and papers

Folder 5

Miscellaneous issuances

Folder 6

Press releases

Folder 7

Program and outline of second session, 1927 July 15-29

 

Kyoto Conference, 1929

Folder 8

Opening statement by Jerome D. Greene, 1929 October 28

Folder 9

Opening address of Australian delegation

Folder 10

Report on discussions of the Round Table on International Relations in the Pacific

Folder 11

Memorandum on the international settlement at Shanghai

Box 42, Folder 1

Opening statement of the British Group

Folder 2

Choice of topics for the programme

Folder 3

Opening address of New Zealand delegation

Folder 4

Report of the Philippine situation by the Philippine delegation

 

Hangchow Conference, 1931

Folder 5

"The Standard of Living in China and Japan," by C. Delisle Burns

Folder 6

Draft syllabus for the study of diplomatic machinery in the Pacific

Folder 7

"The Report of Mr. Justice Feetham and the Future of Shanghai," by C. L. Hsia

Folder 8

Preliminary census statistics of Oriental residents in continental U.S., 1930

Folder 9

"Foreign Investments in China," by C. F. Remer

Folder 10

Banff (Canada) Conference, 1933. Reports and documents

 

Virginia Beach Conference, 1939

Folder 11

Secretariat documents, nos. 1-13, 15-21, 23

Folder 12

Pacific Council documents, nos. 1, 5-14

Folder 13

Pacific Council minutes, no. 1

Folder 14

International Research Committee minutes, nos. 1-3

Folder 15

International Research Committee documents, nos. 1-5

Folder 16

Lucknow Conference, 1950. Clipping from the Manchester Guardian, 1950 October 19

 

Educational materials

Folder 17

General. School programs and bibliographies

Folder 18-19

"A Course in Pacific Relations for Secondary Schools," 1932 September

Folder 20

Publications. Pamplets, ca. 1942-1945. Includes list of officers and the executive committee of the Institute of Pacific Relations, San Francisco Bay Region and IPR: Aims, Organization, Activities

 

Reports and statements

Folder 21

Condliffe, J.B., "An Experiment in Diagnosis," n.d.

Folder 22

Suenobu, Mr., Interview, n.d.

Folder 23

Urice, Jay A. Report on IPR, 1925

Folder 24

Zumoto, M. Address before the YMCA luncheon, Nuuanu, ca. 1925

Folder 25

Shidehara, Baron (Minister of Foreign Affairs) Interview, 1926 April 15

Folder 26

Faris, Ellsworth, "The Superiority of Race," 1927

Box 43, Folder 1

Latourett, Kenneth S., "Status of the Far East on Curricula of Schools and Colleges in the U.S.," 1927

Folder 2

Warnshuis, A. L., "Relationships of Protestant Mission Boards in America to Churches in Japan, Korea, China, and the Philippines," 1927

Folder 3

Wilson, Lester M., "Summary of Legislation Concerning Public Control of Private Schools and Teaching of Religion in Public Schools in U.S.," 1927

 

Gamio, Manuel

Folder 4

"Commentaries on the Indo-Iberic Countries of the Pacific," 1929

Folder 5

"Number, Origin, and Geographic Distribution of Mexican Immigrants in the U.S.," 1929

Folder 6

Yashnov, E. E., "Chinese Agriculture in Northern Manchuria," 1929

Folder 7

Lam, Fred K., "Survey of the Chinese People in Hawaii," 1929

Folder 8

Burpee, Lawrence J., "A North American Forum," 1929

Folder 9

Coats, R. H., "Import and Export of Capital from Canada," 1929

Folder 10

Currelly, C. T., "Statement Regarding Opportunities for Study of Chinese Art in Toronto," 1929

Folder 11

Laufer, Barthold, "The Gest Chinese Research Library of McGill," 1929

Folder 12

Wallace, Edward W., "Christian Missions in China," 1929

Folder 13

Yui, David Z. T., "China and Pacific Relations During 1927-1929," 1929

Folder 14

Asari, J., "Outline of Conditions of Employment of Women and Young Persons in Factories and Mines in Japan," 1929

Folder 15

Funatsu, Tatsuichiro, "Nationalist Attitudes Toward Foreign Industrial Establishments in China," 1929

Folder 16

Komura, Shunzaburo, "The New Pacific and Mediterranean Treaties as a Means of Furthering Peace," 1929

Folder 17

Nagae, Hampei, "Machine Age and Religion, a Japanese Layman's View," 1929

Folder 18

Nitobe, Inazo, "Statement on Japan's Preparedness for International Cooperation," 1929

Folder 19

Odagiri, Masnoske, "Japanese Investment in China," 1929

Folder 20

Shibusawa, Viscount, "Peace on the Pacific, Japan and U.S.," 1929

Folder 21

Tomoeda, T., "A Short Remark on Shinto," 1929

Folder 22

Norman, Herbert E., "The Establishment of a Modern State in Japan," 1939

Folder 23

"Notes on Conditions in the Occupied Areas of East Central China," 1939

Folder 24

"Soviet Relations in the Far East, 1931-1939," 1939

Folder 25

Carlson, Major Evans F., "The Chinese Army, Its Organization and Military Efficiency," 1939

Folder 26

Farley, Miriam S., "Problem of Japanese Trade Expansion in the Post-War Situation," 1939

Box 44, Folder 1

"Effects of Sino-Japanese Conflict on American Educational and Philanthropic Enterprises in China," 1939

Folder 2

Avarna, Carlo and Maria Luisa Boggeri, "Italy and the Far East," 1939

Folder 3

Pe, M. Thein, "What Happened in Burma," 1944

 

Subject file, 1920-1949

Folder 4

Alert. Letters and newsletters relating to charges of communism in the Institute of Pacific Relations, 1948-1949

Folder 5

Amerasia. Serial issues and clippings, 1941-1947

Folder 6

Asia. Mimeographed reports, 1957

Folder 7-8

California Colleges in China. Letters and miscellany, 1929-46

Folder 9

China Institute in America. Primarily letters, 1930-1948

 

China

Folder 10

Miscellaneous

Box 45, Folder 1

Miscellaneous

Folder 2

Nankai University

Folder 3

Shanghai American School and Shanghai College

Folder 4

Various universities and colleges

Folder 5

Various welfare associations and organizations

Folder 6

Chinese, various individuals

Folder 7

Chinese National Association of the Mass Education Movement

Folder 8

China and the Rockefeller Foundation

Folder 9

China Medical Board (Rockefeller Foundation), 1924

Box 46, Folder 1-4

China Medical Board, 1925-1926

Folder 5-8

China. Peking Union Medical College, 1922-27

 

Japan

Folder 9

Miscellaneous

Folder 10

American School in

 

Japanese

Folder 11

Immigration and colonization problems

Box 47, Folder 1

Miscellaneous organizations, publications

Folder 2

Individuals

Folder 3-4

In the United States. Relocation, internees, evacuees

Folder 5

K-L

Folder 6

Manchuria. Letters, printed article and typescript report, 1931-1946

Folder 7

O

Folder 8

Pacific Botanical Foundation

Folder 9

Pacific Geographical Society

Box 48, Folder 1

Pacific Fisheries

Folder 2-7

Pacific House (Asia House), 1937-1943

Folder 9

Pacific Ocean School of Social Science

Box 49, Folder 1-6

Pacific Ocean School of Social Science

Folder 7

Philippines. Memorandum and report, 1924-1925

Folder 8

Riggs Foundation, 1944-1947

Folder 9

Rockefeller Foundation, Board of Trustees

Folder 10-16

Rockefeller Foundation, reports

Box 50, Folder 1-9

Rockefeller Foundation, reports

Folder 10

University of Hawaii, Oriental Institute Journal

 

INTERIOR DEPARTMENT, 1924-1946

Box 51

General

Folder 1

General. Notes, certificate copy, letter and draft statement, 1930-1933

 

Correspondence with other government departments. Relates largely to personnel matters

Folder 2

Interstate Commerce Commission. Letter and telegram, 1931 Jan.-Feb.

Folder 3

Justice Department. Letters and miscellany, 1929 Feb.-1932 May

Folder 4-5

Labor Department. Letters and miscellany, 1929 March-1932 Dec.

Folder 6-7

Navy Department. Letters and miscellany, 1929 March-1933 Jan.

Folder 8

Post Office. Letters and miscellany, 1929 March-1933 Jan.

Box 52, Folder 1-2

State Department. Letters and miscellany, 1929 March-1933 Jan.

Folder 3

Treasury Department. Letters and miscellany, 1929 May-1933 March

Folder 4-6

War Department. Letters and miscellany, 1929 March-1933 Jan.

 

Invitations

Box 53, Folder 1-6

1929 March 6-Sept. 25

Box 54, Folder 1-6

1929 Oct. 15-1930 Feb. 13

Box 55, Folder 1-6

1930 March 13-Sept. 19

Box 56, Folder 1-7

1930 Nov. 12-1931 March 16

Box 57, Folder 1-5

1931 March 17-Sept. 30

Box 58, Folder 1-5

1931 Oct. 1-1932 March 28

Box 59, Folder 1-5

1932 March 29-1933 Feb. 11

Box 60, Folder 1-7

Memoranda. Primarily memoranda written by Northcutt Ely, Executive Assistant to the Secretary, and others, relating to Indian affairs, oil lands, reclamation and other subjects, 1929 March-1933 Feb.

Box 61, Folder 1

Press releases, 1933

Folder 2-3

Scrapbooks. Photographs of coal mining camps and living conditions, ca. 1923

Box 62, Folder 1

Alaska Reindeer Service. Survey, 1933 Feb.

Folder 2

Appropriation Bill for 1933. Printed material, 1932

Folder 3

Archives Building. Letters, 1929-1930

Folder 4

Art Center (Wayside Beautification campaign). Letters and printed material, 1929-1931

Folder 5

Bird Conservation Commission. Minutes, 1932 Dec.

Folder 6

Economic Conference. Memoranda and budgets relating to a meeting between the Economy Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, President Hoover and Hoover Administration officials, 1932

 

Education

Folder 7-9

Bureau of Education (proposed). Letters, 1929 Feb.-1933 Jan.

Box 63, Folder 1-2

Education by Radio. Correspondence, minutes and miscellany, 1929 Dec.-1932 June

Folder 3

Vocational education. Letters and non-printed material, 1931 Jan.-1932 Oct.

Folder 4

Employment. Survey for Pacific Coast. Typescript report with correspondence, 1929 Dec.-1930 May

 

Engineering

Folder 5

General. Letters, 1929 March-1932 June

Folder 6

Nevada, Biennial Report of the State Engineer, 1931

Folder 7

Federal Farm Board and farm relief. Report, printed speech transcript and correspondence, 1929 Feb.-1930 Oct.

Folder 8

Federal Home Loan Bank Board. Letters and a budget, 1932 Aug.-Nov.

Folder 9-10

Federal Power Commission. Printed material, memoranda, letters and speeches, 1924-1932

Box 64, Folder 1-3

Federal Power Commission

Folder 4

Federal Radio Commission. Printed material, budgets, annual report and correspondence, 1929 March-1932 Dec.

Folder 5

Geological Survey. Letters and reports, 1929 March-1932 Aug.

Folder 6-7

Hawaii. Relates to Massie rape case, 1932-1945

Folder 8

Howard University. Letters, 1929 March-1932 June

 

Indians

Box 65, Folder 1-3

General, 1919-1946. Bulletins, reports, letters, pamphlets, and printed articles. Includes press release and report to Senator William H. King relating to the Interior Department Appropriations bill for 1934

Folder 4-6

Indian Office, 1929 Feb.-1933 Jan.

Box 66, Folder 1-2

Pueblo Lands Board. Correspondence, 1929 March-1933 Jan.

Folder 3

Klamath Lake. Report on the restoration of Klamath Lake, 1932

 

Land

Folder 4

General. Printed material, report, letters and charts, 1924-1930

Folder 5

General Land Office. Letters and printed material, 1929 March-1933 Feb.

Folder 6-7

Public Land Commission. Reports, clippings, letters and correspondence with Herbert Hoover, 1929-1931

Box 67, Folder 1-2

National Parks. Letters, report, minutes and miscellany, 1929 April-1931 Oct.

 

Oil. Relates primarily to charges by Ralph S. Kelley regarding oil shale leases

Folder 3

General. Speech transcripts, 1926-1930

 

Conservation

Folder 4-5

General. Reports on mineral conservation and compilations of newspaper and magazine editorials, 1929

Folder 6

Federal Oil Conservation Board. Letters, speech transcripts, memoranda, telegrams, printed material, charts, pamphlets, reports, press releases, 1929-1933

Box 68, Folder 1-6

Federal Oil Conservation Board

Box 69, Folder 1-3

Interstate Oil Conservation Compact. Reports, letters, and printed material, 1929-1932. Includes a report by Northcutt Ely, "The Interdependence of the States in Oil Conservation"

Folder 4

Policy. Comments received relating to oil exploration on public lands. Letters and clippings, 1929-1931

Folder 5

Tariff. Letters, clippings and telegrams, 1929-1931

Folder 6

Chronology of events

 

Clippings

Folder 7

General

Box 70, Folder 1-5

General

Box 71, Folder 1-3

General

Folder 4-5

New York World. Articles written by Ralph S. Kelly, 1930 Oct.

Box 72, Folder 1

New York World Includes correspondence between newspapers relating to reprinting

Folder 2-7

Correspondence

Box 73, Folder 1

Correspondence

Folder 2

Legislation. Copies of bills, 1930

Folder 3-6

Memoranda. SEE ALSO: General/Memoranda

Folder 7-11

Miscellany. Materials relating to specific oil shale lease cases, 1926-1931

Box 74, Folder 1-10

Miscellany. Cases

Box 75, Folder 1

Miscellany. Cases

Folder 2-6

Notebooks. Materials relating to Congressional inquiry, 1929-1931

Folder 7

Reports. Department of Justice investigation, 1930

Box 76, Folder 1-2

Reports

Folder 3

Statement. Prepared by Ray Lyman Wilbur for Senate investigation, 1930

Folder 4

Pensions. Letters, 1929

Folder 5-6

Philippines. Letters and printed material, 1929-1931

Folder 7

Prisons. Primarily letters, 1923-1931

 

Reclamation

Folder 8

General, 1926-1933. Letters and printed material, including a booklet entitled Studying Reclamation with Secretary Work and Dr. Mead

Box 77, Folder 1-2

General

Folder 3

All-American Canal. Letter from Harry Chandler to Herbert Hoover, 1931

Folder 4-7

Colorado River and Boulder (Hoover) Dam. Reports, 1930-1944

Box 78, Folder 1

Columbia Basin project. Letters and reports, 1931-1932

Folder 2

Owyhee irrigation project. Memoranda, reports and printed material, 1929

Folder 3-4

Recreation. Letters and printed material, 1929-1932. Includes a regional survey of the New York City area

Folder 5

Reorganization. Letters and memoranda, 1929-1933

Folder 6

Tin. Correspondence and report, 1930

Folder 7

Water and waterways. Letters, reports and miscellany, 1926-1945

 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, 1917-1954

Box 79

General

Folder 1

General, 1930-1953. Primarily printed material

 

Correspondence

Folder 2

General, 1928-1947

Folder 3

State Department, 1940-1945

Folder 4

Austria. Letters, 1922 and 1938

Folder 5

Germany. Letter, postcards, clipping and mimeographed report, 1939-1954. SEE ALSO: OVERSIZE FILE

Folder 6

India Academy of America. Letters and a statement of purpose, 1931

Folder 7

Institute of Politics. Membership list, conference materials, letters, reports, 1925

 

Latin America

Folder 8

General. Conference proceedings, mimeographed and typescript reports on conditions in various countries, 1929-1948

Box 80

Inter-American Institute on Intellectual Cooperation

Folder 1

Conference proceedings, 1930

Folder 2-3

Correspondence, 1929 June-1932 Oct.

Folder 4-7

League of Nations. Letters, reports and printed material, including galley proofs, 1920-1939

 

Peace organizations

Folder 8

General. Printed material, 1919-1929

Folder 9

Carnegie Institute, Endowment for International Peace. Primarily correpondence, 1929-1943

Folder 10-11

League to Enforce Peace. Letters, bulletins, printed material, 1917-1919

Box 81, Folder 1

Persia. Letter, 1924

Folder 2

Samoa. Petition and commentary, 1930-1931

Folder 3

Sino-Japanese War. Letters, 1936-1938

Folder 4

United Nations. Pamphlets, 1945-1958

Folder 5

United States. Pamphlets, correspondence, clippings, printed articles, radio broadcast transcript and miscellany, 1931-1945

Folder 6-8

World Affairs Council. Letters and miscellany, 1947-1949

 

World Citizens Assocation. Correspondence and miscellany

Folder 9-10

1937-1939

Box 82, Folder 1-6

1939-1947

Folder 7

World Court. Primarily correspondence, 1924-1928

Box 83

World War I

Folder 1-6

General. Correspondence and printed material, 1917-1919

Folder 7-8

American University Union in Europe. Primarily letters and printed material, 1917-1918

Folder 9

California State Council on Defense. Primarily letters and telegrams with bulletins, minutes and printed material, 1917-1918

Box 84, Folder 1-2

California State Council on Defense

 

Relief work

Folder 3

General. Mimeographed letters from Herbert Hoover, 1923

Folder 4

American Committee for Relief of German Children. Letters and miscellany, 1923-1924

Folder 5-6

American Red Cross. Letters, reports, memoranda and miscellany, 1917-1918

Folder 7-9

American Relief Administration (ARA). Bulletins, minutes, reports, cables, letters, including correspondence with Edgar Rickard of the U.S. Food Administration, 1919-1922; includes some material of the A.R.A. Association, 1934-1938

Box 85, Folder 1

Belgian Relief Committee. Miscellany, 1919

Folder 2

Near East Relief. Correspondence, printed material and minutes, 1919-1933

Folder 3-4

Serbian Relief Society of California. Letters, 1917-1919

 

Student Army Training Corps, 1918-1919

Folder 5-6

General. Clippings, notes and reports

Box 86, Folder 1

Correspondence

Folder 2

Financial materials

 

World War II

 

General. Correspondence with Bryan Ward-Perkins relating to the United States, Japan and England during World War II, British war efforts in Burma and the Far East and postwar reconstruction and European relief

Folder 3-6

1940-1943

Box 87, Folder 1-5

1944-1949

 

Broadcasting

Folder 6

General, 1937-1945. Printed material and miscellany, including a booklet relating to the Nazi occupation of Austria, 1938. SEE ALSO: OVERSIZE FILE

Folder 7-8

Office of War Information. Schedules of government messages, 1942-1943

Folder 9

Princeton Listening Center. Reports of European broadcasts, ca. 1939-1945

Box 88, Folder 1

Princeton Listening Center

Folder 2

Pearl Harbor. Letter, 1941

 

Student training

Folder 3-6

General, 1942-1945. Military training and selective service. Flyers, clippings, printed articles, speeches, reports, minutes, newsletters, form letters and miscellany

Box 89, Folder 1-3

General

 

Commission on College Problems in Relation to National Defense

 

Correspondence

Folder 4

General

Box 90, Folder 1-5

General

Folder 6-11

Colleges and universities

Box 91, Folder 1-16

Colleges and universities

Folder 17-19

Financial materials

Folder 20-21

Meetings

 

POLITICAL MATERIAL, 1908-1949

Box 92

General

 

Depression

 

General

Folder 1

Clippings, 1936

Folder 2-6

Letters and related printed and non-printed material offering suggestions for relief of the economic situation, 1929-1933

Box 93, Folder 1-4

Letters

Folder 5

Reconstruction Finance Corporation. Letters, telegrams and budget sheets, 1932

Folder 6-7

Unemployment. Letters and related material, 1922-1932

 

Works Progress Administration, 1936. SEE: OVERSIZE FILE

Box 94

Prohibition

Folder 1-5

General. Clippings, pamphlets, speeches and miscellany, 1923-1933

 

Correspondence

Folder 6

1929 March-1932 Feb.

Box 95, Folder 1

1932 Feb.-1933 Jan.

Folder 2

1908-1916. Material relating to the Democratic national conventions of 1908 and 1912, and speeches and related materials of presidents, candidates, and others, including Charles Evans Hughes and Theodore Roosevelt

 

1920

Folder 3

Correspondence to and from Herbert Hoover, 1919-1920

Folder 4

Anti-Herbert Hoover material

Folder 5

Sacramento Union series entitled, "Tales of Herbert Hoover: His Real Personality," 1920 April

Folder 6-7

Hoover presidential campaign. Correspondence, letters, telegrams and clippings, 1920

Folder 8

Cartoons

Folder 9

Miscellaneous campaign material

Folder 10

1921-1927. Miscellaneous correspondence

 

1928

Folder 11-13

Miscellaneous campaign material. Bulletins, circulars, speeches and correspondence

Folder 14

Songs (campaign material)

Folder 15

Republican National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, June. Speeches, pamphlets, correspondence

Box 96, Folder 1

1929. Miscellaneous correspondence and other material primarily relating to the inauguration of President Hoover, speeches by Herbert Hoover and others, political activities in various states, and Prohibition

Folder 2

1930. Miscellaneous correspondence and other material primarily relating to political activities in various states and the Republican National Committee

Folder 3

1931. Miscellaneous correspondence and other material primarily relating to political activities in various states, the Republican National Committee, Prohibition, and the Depression

 

1932

Folder 4-6

Correspondence. Primarily pre-election

Box 97, Folder 1-5

Miscellaneous material. Notes, surveys, opinions, flyers and statements

Folder 6

Newsletter, by J.W.H. de Belleville

Folder 7

Republican National Convention. Miscellaneous memorabilia

Folder 8

Correspondence. Post-election

Box 98, Folder 1

Miscellaneous reports, speeches and correspondence

Folder 2

Republican National Committee, Publicity Department. Speeches by F.D. Roosevelt

Folder 3

Republican National Committee, Speakers Bureau. Speeches

Folder 4

Republican National Committee, Speakers Bureau. Bulletins

 

1933

Folder 5

Material relating to the Republican Party

Folder 6

Correspondence and pamphlets relating to President Roosevelt's policies

Folder 7

1934. Correspondence, pamphlets and speeches relating to Republican Party activities and the Depression

Box 99, Folder 1-2

1934

Folder 3

1935. Statements, printed material, newsletters, pamphlets, speeches, letters, clippings, and miscellany primarily relating to the Depression and the New Deal

Folder 4-5

1936. Correspondence and letters, pamphlets, clippings, newsletters, cartoons and miscellany primarily relating to the Depression and the New Deal

Box 100, Folder 1

1937. Correspondence, printed articles by Herbert Hoover, clippings and miscellany primarily relating to the Roosevelt Administration

Folder 2

1938. Correspondence, printed articles and clippings relating to the New Deal and Republican party activities

Folder 3

1939. Correspondence, pamphlets, and newsletters relating to the New Deal

Folder 4

1939-1943. Correspondence with Arthur Clausen relating to political affairs in Oregon

Folder 5

1940. Pamphlets by Herbert Hoover and others, correspondence, clippings, relating to the New Deal and the 1940 presidential election

Folder 6

1941. Newsletters, clippings and correspondence relating to the New Deal and World War II

Folder 7

1942. Clippings and letters relating to the war, the New Deal, and the Republican party

Folder 8

1943. Clippings and letters relating to the war, the New Deal, and preparations for the 1944 presidential election

Folder 9

1944-1945. Clippings, printed articles and letters primarily relating to the 1944 presidential election

Folder 10

1946-1949. Letters, election materials, and clippings relating to Herbert Hoover and California Proposition No. 15 in the 1946 election to strengthen the Alien Land Law

 

SAN FRANCISCO COUNCIL OF SOCIAL AND HEALTH AGENCIES/SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY CHEST, 1921-1932

Box 101, Folder 1-6

General. Material common to both organizations, 1921-1929

 

Community Chest

Box 102, Folder 1

General. Association of Community Chests. Letters and miscellany, 1931-1932

Folder 2-5

1923 Sept.-1924 Oct.

Box 103, Folder 1-5

1924 Nov.-1926 Aug.

Box 104, Folder 1-5

1926 Jan.-Dec.

Box 105, Folder 1-3

1927 April-1929 Jan.

 

Council of Social and Health Agencies

 

General

Folder 4-7

General, 1924. Reference handbook, letters, budget materials and survey materials

Box 106, Folder 1-4

1923 April-1924 July

Box 107, Folder 1-4

1924 Aug.-1926 May

Box 108, Folder 1-7

Committees

 

SOCIAL PROBLEMS, ca. 1907-1958

Box 109

General. Organizations

Folder 1

General. Organizational material

Folder 2

American Association of Medical Milk Commissions, Inc. Letter and printed material, 1936

Folder 3

American Cancer Society. Letter, speech transcript and printed material, 1946-1949

 

American Child Health Association

Folder 4-6

General. Bulletins, book, pamphlets, minutes, and press releases, 1928-1948

Box 110, Folder 1-2

General

Folder 3-6

White House Conference on Child Health and Protection (Ray Lyman Wilbur, Chairman). Letters, and memoranda, minutes, newsletters, printed reports, abstracts and interviews, 1931-1932

Box 111, Folder 1-6

White House Conference on Child Health and Protection

Box 112, Folder 1

White House Conference on Child Health and Protection

Folder 2

American Dental Association. Notes, printed material and miscellany, 1936-1937

Folder 3

American Diabetes Association. Pamphlet, 1948

Folder 4

American Dietetic Association. Printed material and miscellany, 1936

Folder 5

American Heart Assocation. Printed material and miscellany, 1936-1937

Folder 6-7

American Home Economics Association. Printed material and miscellany, 1934-1938

Box 113, Folder 1-2

American Legion, Child Welfare Division. Printed material and miscellany, 1938-1940

Folder 3

American Mouth Health Association. Printed material and miscellany, 1928-1936

Folder 4

American Optometric Association. Printed material and letter, 1943

Folder 5-6

American Physical Education Association. Printed material and miscellany, 1927-1936

Box 114, Folder 1

American Public Health Association. Printed material and miscellany, 1935-1941

 

American Red Cross

Folder 2-4

General. Correspondence, 1917-1949

Folder 5

Junior Red Cross. Printed material and miscellany, 1935-1938

 

American Social Hygiene Association (Dr. Wilbur, President)

Folder 6-7

General, 1933-1949. Primarily non-printed material such as reports, minutes and correspondence; includes some pamphlets and clippings

Box 115, Folder 1-7

General

Box 116, Folder 1

General

Folder 2-3

Conference materials, 1945-1946

Folder 4-6

Printed material

Box 117, Folder 1

American Society for the Control of Cancer. Printed material, 1942-1945

Folder 2

American Society for the Hard of Hearing. Miscellany, 1944

Folder 3

American Speech Control Association. Miscellany, 1935

Folder 4

Association to Control Epilepsy. Pamphlets, 1944

Folder 5

Blind. Miscellaneous organizations. Letters, 1923-1942

Folder 6-10

Boys' Clubs. Reports, conference proceedings, newsletters, pamphlets, and letters, 1938-1955

Box 118, Folder 1

Child Study Association of America. Printed material and miscellany, 1935

Folder 2

Committee for the Study of Voluntary Health Agencies. Report, 1944

Folder 3-6

Committee on Youth Problems, Office of Education, Department of the Interior (Ray Lyman Wilbur, Executive Secretary). Reports, pamphlets and letters, 1935-1936

Box 119, Folder 1

Foundation for Positive Health, Inc. Miscellany, 1933

Folder 2

National Child Welfare Association. Printed material and miscellany, 1933-1940

 

National Committee for Mental Hygiene

Folder 3

General. Newsletters, printed material and miscellany, 1931-1945

Folder 4

Bibliographies, 1929-1933

Folder 5

Conference materials, 1929-1931

Folder 6

Publications, 1943-1947

Box 120, Folder 1

Publications

Folder 2

National Dairy Council. Miscellany, 1927

Folder 3-5

National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Primarily newsletters, pamphlets, and miscellany, 1940-1946

Folder 6

National Health Council. Primarily letters and minutes, 1930-1947

Box 121, Folder 1

National Health Council

Folder 2

National Organization for Public Health Nursing. Information kit, 1948

Folder 3

National Recreation Association. Printed material and miscellany, 1934-1949

Folder 4

National Safety Council. Printed material and miscellany, 1936

Folder 5

National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, Inc. Printed material and miscellany, 1935-1949

Folder 6

National Tuberculosis Association. Printed material and miscellany, 1935-1939

Box 122

Nutrition Foundation

Folder 1-3

Non-printed material. Press releases, correspondence, speech transcripts, conference proceedings, and minutes, 1942-1948

Folder 4-5

Printed material. Director's reports, serial issue, conference proceedings, pamphlets, and printed articles, 1943-1948

Box 123

Birth control

 

General. Primarily printed material relating to the American Birth Control League, Margaret Sanger, the Voluntary Parenthood League, the National Conference on Family Life, the American Association of Social Workers, World Congress for Family and Population, the American Social Hygiene Association and other organizations

Folder 1-7

ca. 1907-1930. Printed articles, clippings, letters and newsletters

Box 124, Folder 1-6

ca. 1935-1949. Pamphlets, printed articles, clippings, newsletters, letters, conference proceedings, and reports

Box 125

Publications. Primarily serials

Folder 1

General. Two books: Tomorrow's Children, by Ellsworth Huntington, and Les Avaries, a play by Brieux

Folder 2

Birth Control Herald, 1922 July-1925 March

 

Birth Control Review

Folder 3-7

1924 Jan.-1930 Sept.

Box 126, Folder 1

1936 Jan.-1940 Jan.

Folder 2

Compass (American Assoc. Social Workers), 1942 Jan.-1943 Jan.

Folder 3

Eugenical News, 1938 July-1940 June

Folder 4-5

Eugenics Review, 1937 Jan.-1940 April

Folder 6

Journal of Social Hygiene, 1927 Nov.-1928 Jan.

Folder 7

Marriage and Family Living, 1947 May-1949 Fall

Box 127, Folder 1-5

Conscription. Relates to the issue of peace-time conscription, and primarily consists of materials generated by the National Conference Against Conscription. Letters, printed material and newsletters, 1946-1949

Folder 6

Consumer affairs. Pamphlets, 1934-1941

 

Education

 

General

Folder 7

General, 1928-1952. Miscellaneous material, including a report by the American University entitled "The Mechanics of Responsible Education"

Box 128, Folder 1-4

General

Folder 5

American Association of Junior Colleges. Newsletters, 1942-1943

 

American Council on Education

Folder 6

General. Annual reports and newsletters, 1940-1943

Folder 7

Citizens Conference on the Crisis in Education (Ray Lyman Wilbur, Chairman), 1933

Box 129, Folder 1

Executive Committee. Minutes, 1939-1943

Folder 2

Association of American Colleges and Universities. Printed articles, newsletters and letters, 1940-1943

Folder 3

Conference on Higher Education. Conference materials, 1958

Folder 4

Educational Policies Commission. Form letters, printed articles and pamphlets, 1944-1951

 

National Advisory Committee on Education

Folder 5-6

General. Pamphlets and reports, 1929-1931

Box 130, Folder 1

Correspondence

 

National Student Federation of America

Folder 2

General. Pamphlets and minutes, 1936-1939

Folder 3

National Student Mirror, 1935-1936

Folder 4-6

National Student Reporter, 1937-1941

 

Adult education

 

General

Folder 7

General, 1935-1953. Pamphlets, index, conference proceedings and schedules, annual report, newsletter, survey, printed articles and serials, including a series by the Newsweek Club and Educational Bureaus entitled Platform

Box 131, Folder 1-6

General Issues of Platform

Box 132, Folder 1-6

General Issues of Platform

Folder 7

Group discussion. Organization and technique. Flyers, pamphlets, newsletters, letters, printed articles, clippings, reports, minutes, miscellany and books, 1935-1952

Box 133, Folder 1-2

Group discussion

 

California Association for Adult Education

Folder 3

General, 1939-1954

Folder 4-5

Conference materials, 1937-1939

Folder 6

Publications, 1937-1939

Box 134, Folder 1

Publications

Folder 2

California State Department of Education. Newsletters and reports, 1937-1942

 

National Advisory Committee on Illiteracy. Bulletin, press releases, letters, notes, and form letters, 1929-1939

 

General

Folder 3

Non-printed material

Folder 4-5

Printed material

Folder 6

Correspondence

Box 135, Folder 1-5

Correspondence

Folder 6-7

Minutes

Box 136, Folder 1-2

Press releases

Folder 3

San Francisco Adult Educational Council. Letters, minutes and miscellany, 1939-1952

Folder 4

Disabled. Letters and conference program, 1929-1932

 

International

Folder 5-6

General. Pamphlets, memoranda and letters, 1919-1957

Folder 7

Aid to Foreign Students. Primarily non-printed materials of various organizations, 1939-1940

Folder 8

Committee on Friendly Relations Among Foreign Students. Letters, minutes, reports, pamphlets and newsletters, 1943-1946

Folder 9

Conference of Allied Ministers of Education. Proposals, letters and constitution drafts

Box 137, Folder 1

International Student Service. Letter and non-printed material, 1939-1941

Folder 2-3

World Student Service Fund. Primarily newsletters, 1943-1948

Folder 4

Labor and industrial relations. Primarily pamphlets, 1936-1948

Box 138, Folder 1

Labor and industrial relations

Folder 2-8

Public opinion. Bulletins, conference proceedings, printed articles, pamphlets, reports and a book, 1937-1946

Box 139

Race relations

Folder 1-2

General, 1931-1948. Letters, pamphlets, clippings and miscellany

 

Blacks

Folder 3-5

General, 1937-1951. Letters, pamphlets, reports, printed articles and miscellany

Folder 6

Education. Reports, 1935-1946

Box 140, Folder 1

Education

Folder 2-8

Health. Primarily typescript reports, 1928-1931

Box 141, Folder 1

Chinese. Report and printed article, 1934-1939

Folder 2

Indians. Bulletins, letters, pamphlet, 1930-1945

Folder 3

Jews. Pamphlet and printed article, 1944-1948

Folder 4

Mexican-Americans. Report, 1947

Folder 5

Social Security Act. Pamphlet, letters, newsletter, reprints and speeches primarily relating to geriatrics, 1948-1949

Folder 6-7

Veterans. Letters, pamphlets, clippings and reports, 1929-1946

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1919-1956

Box 141, Folder 8

Aviation. Letter with attachments relating to air mail contracts, 1942

Folder 9-10

Broadcasting. Letters, plays, conference materials, and printed material relating to television and radio, 1940-1956

Box 142, Folder 1

Conservation of fish. Speech and printed material, 1946-1947

Folder 2-4

Medicine and health insurance. Letters, clippings, printed material, conference material and charts, 1929-1949

Folder 5

Mooney, Thomas. Clippings, non-printed material and correspondence with Thomas Mooney, 1919-1939

Folder 6-7

Movies. Printed material relating to foreign movie industries, and newsletters relating to the Committee on Public Relations affiliated with the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America, Inc., 1923-1953

Folder 8

United States Naval Academy. Notes, letters and printed material relating to football eligibility, 1930

 

OVERSIZE FILE, 1924-1939

Box 143

Institute of Pacific Relations. Clippings, 1924-1929

Box 144

A Tense World Speaks for Itself, 1938. Printed pamphlet with non-printed collection of wire reports (used as source material?) relating to events in Europe, primarily the Munich Conference and the partition of Czechoslovakia

Box 145

Primarily printed material relating to the 1936 Olympics in Germany; also includes a WPA progress report, a Boy Scouts booklet, and a book relating to the organization of the Interior Department

 

AUDIO-VISUAL FILE, 1906-1941

Othertype 10.A-V

Art racks

Additional Note

See photo card catalog for description.
 

MEMORABILIA.

memorabilia-cabinet Memorabilia cabinet

One model of Hoover Dam, one set of fossilized animal tracks, one Boy Scout statue, one blotter, one medicine ball, 3 medals and one envelope of memorabilia.

 

PHONORECORDS, 1940

record-cabinet Record cabinet

Four recordings of speeches by Dr. Wilbur.

Appendix

 

FOLDER MARKED "HH--RLW (1)"

item 1

R. L. Wilbur miscellany, 9 pieces, including 2 typed Ls. 2 pp., 8-vo, Washington, April 6, 1929 and Nov. 18, 1929, from Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 2

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Dec. 27, 1929. First note signed by Herbert Hoover as President to R. L. Wilbur in the temporary office of the War and State Building following Christmas of 1929. With envelope.

item 3

Typed carbon L, 1 p., 4-to, N. P., Feb. 12, 1929. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover. Together with telegram from Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur, Feb. 9, 1929; and typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Feb. 4, 1929, from Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 4

Typed carbon double-spaced manuscript by R. L. Wilbur, "Herbert Hoover--the Beloved Chief," 11 pp., 4-to, N. P., N. D. (title "Hoover-The Beloved Chief," 10 pp. + 1 p. outline) Speech prepared for radio stations KPO (San Francisco) and KFI (Los Angeles), Oct. 8, 1928.

item 5

Typed carbon double-spaced manuscript, "Herbert Hoover," 7 pp., 4-to, N. P., March 31, 1928.

item 6

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to Washington, April 8, 1925 (April 18, 1928). From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 7

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, June 6, 1925 (June 5, 1925). From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 8

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, April 6, 1923. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 9

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, Dec. 2, 1921. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 10

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, July 28, 1922. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 11

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, July 27, 1921. From Herbert Hoover R. L. Wilbur.

item 12

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, Jan. 21, 1921. From Herbert Hoover To R. L. Wilbur.

item 13

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, June 4, 1920. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 14

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, April 15, 1920. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with a typed carbon draft of a press release, 4 pp.

item 15

Typed Ls, 3 pp., 4-to, London, Nov. 22, 1916. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 16

Seven misc. telegrams, various sizes and places, 1915-23. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 17

59 pieces of typed carbon correspondence from R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover, Replies to letters, etc. (80 pieces, incl. correspondence with others, printed matter, etc.)

 

FOLDER MARKED "HH--RLW (2)"

item 1

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, March 19, 1948. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (Not found)

item 2

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, March 19, 1948. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (Not found)

item 3

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Aug. 13, 1943. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with a dictated letter, not sent nor signed. From Herbert Hoover to Joseph Davies, Aug. 13, 1943. (Not found)

item 4

Typed manuscript, 2 pp., 4-to, N. P., 1909. Biographical sketch of Herbert Hoover with manuscript corrections.

item 5

ALs, 4 pp., 12-mo, Melrose, Oakland, Calif., (1912?). From Lou Henry Hoover (Mrs. Hoover) to R. L. Wilbur.

item 6

Typed copy of L, 2 pp., 4-to, Metlakatla, Alaska, N. D. From H. J. Minthorn to William F. Smith, giving early Herbert Hoover biographical facts.

item 7

Typed Ls, 2 pp., 4-to, Washington, Feb. 4, 1926. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 8

Typed Ls, 2 pp., 4-to, Washington, Feb. 13, 1926. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 9

ANs, 1 p., 4-to, N. P., N. D. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (Not found)

item 10

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Nov. 30, 1927. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Hopland, Calif., from George Hewlett to Herbert Hoover.

item 11

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, N. P., Washington, April 20, 1926. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 12

Typed telegram, 1 p., oblong 8-vo, Washington, July 10, 1926. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 13

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, Oct. 12, 1926. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 14

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, April 11, 1927. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 15

Typed carbon N, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, July 19, 1926. Asst. Secretary to Mr. Henry A. Pfister re Herbert Hoover's registration in Calif.

item 16

Typed report of governmental commission, 9 pp., 4-to, N. P., Dec. 23, 1930. With two pencil notations on War Department stationery.

item 17

Typed carbon of a telegram, 1 p., oblong 8-vo, Stanford, Feb. 11, 1926. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover.

item 18

Typed carbon news release, 2 pp., 4-to, N. P., Jan. 28, 1920. By R. L. Wilbur, indicating how Herbert Hoover kept in close touch with the U. S.

item 19

Six misc. typed and typed carbons of letters, etc., related to Herbert Hoover, together 6 pp.

 

FOLDER MARKED "HH--RLW (1929-1932) LTRS"

item 1

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 6, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 2

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 23, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 3

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, March 8, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 4

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, March 11, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed biographical memorandum, 1 p.

item 5

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, March 12, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon letter from H. Williams to George Akerson.

item 6

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, March 14, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 7

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, March 25, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 8

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, March 25, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with a copy of a telegram dated March 23, 1929, 2 pp., and newspaper clipping.

item 9

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, March 25, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon memo, 2 pp., 8-vo, March 23, 1929, from R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover.

item 9a

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, March 25, 1929, from Hoover to Wilbur. With typed copy of telegram, 2 pp., Note from J. E. Hanway to Hoover, plus clipping.

item 10

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 8, 1929. From Lawrence Rickey to R. L. Wilbur. With attached typed D, 3 pp., April 8, 1929.

item 11

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 8, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 12

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, (Washington), April 8, 1929, from R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover. (From Hoover to Wilbur with carbon, 1 p., Wilbur to C. B. Ames, April 8, 1929)

item 13

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 10, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with a typed draft of a letter to governors of Wy., Colo., and Utah, pencil manuscript corrections by Herbert Hoover. Regarding oil conservation.

item 14

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 12, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With two misc. pieces of typed carbon correspondence.

item 15

Two typed Ns, 2 pp., 8-vo, Washington, April 13, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With manuscript notation on one.

item 16

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 23, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 17

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 10, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 18

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 25, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 19

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 25, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 20

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 27, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 21

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 1, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with L, 1 p., April 29, 1929 (April 30, 1929), from Harry Moore to R. L. Wilbur.

item 22

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 1, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With newspaper clipping.

item 23

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 6, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with legislative bill S4518.

item 24

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 9, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon reply, 2 pp.

item 25

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 10, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 26

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 22, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 27

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 24, 1929 (May 14, 1929). From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 28

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 17, 1929. From Mrs. Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 29

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 17, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 30

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 31, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 31

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Oct. 4, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 32

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Oct. 4, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 33

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Oct. 27, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 34

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Oct. 16, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 35

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Nov. 11, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 36

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Nov. 12, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur

item 37

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Nov. 16, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 38

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Nov. 23, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 39

Typed Ls, 1 p. (2 p.), 8-vo, Washington, Dec. 9, 1929. From Mrs. Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 40

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Dec. 11, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 42

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Dec. 20, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 43

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Dec. 31, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon memo and covering memo from R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover.

item 44

Typed Ns, 1 p, 8-vo, Washington, Dec. 31, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon N, 1 p., 8-vo, Jan. 3, 1930. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover.

item 45

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Dec. 31, 1929. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 46

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Feb. 3, 1930 (Feb. 3, 1929?). From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 47

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, July 11, 1930. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 48

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Jan. 8, 1931. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 49

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Jan. 15, 1931. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 50

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Feb. 21, 1931. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur (from Strother to Wilbur). Together with typed carbon L, Feb. 18, 1931. From R. L. Wilbur to Mr. Strother.

item 51

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, March 14, 1931. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur (R. E. Swain).

item 52

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, March 18, 1931 (March 16, 1931). From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon L, March 16, 1931, from R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover.

item 53

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 1, 1931. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 54

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 3, 1931. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 55

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, April 4, 1931. From Herbet Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 56

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, May 15, 1931. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 57

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, June 3, 1931. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 58

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Nov. 3, 1931. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with typed carbon L, Nov. 2, 1931.

item 59

Typed Ls, 2 pp, 4-to, Washington, April 21, 1931. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 60

19 misc. pieces (30 pieces), typed carbon L, correspondence, telegrams, etc., all related to R. L. Wilbur's position as Secretary of the Interior.

 

FOLDER MARKED "HH--RLW (1933-1934)"

item 1

Typed carbon L, 1 p., 4-to, N. P., Feb. 25, 1933. From Herbert Hoover to James Rand.

item 2

ANs, 1 p., 4-to, N. P., March 28, 1933. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with ANs from R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover, copy of L from David Hinshaw to R. L. Wilbur, typed memo from E. Rickard to R. L. Wilbur, 2 pp., March 23, 1933, and typed copy of a letter from Mrs. W. B. Meloney to E. Rickard.

item 3

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., June 12, 1933. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 4

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., July 14, 1933. From Herbert Hoover to R. L Wilbur.

item 5

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Sept. 2, 1933. From Herbert Hoover to R. L Wilbur.

item 6

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Sept. 14, 1933. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 7

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Oct. 13, 1933. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 8

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Oct. 21, 1933. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (Not found)

item 9

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Oct. 24, 1933. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 10

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Nov. 22, 1933. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 11

ANs, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Jan. 27, 1934. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 12

ANs, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., N. D. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 13

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Jan. 6, 1934. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 14

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Feb. 6, 1934. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 15

ANs, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., N. D. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 16

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., May 22, 1934. From Herbert Hoover to R. L Wilbur.

item 17

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., June 8, 1934. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With two typed carbons and typed Ns from T. F. Flaherty to Herbert Hoover, June 6, 1934.

item 18

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Oct. 17, 1934. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with typed carbon account of W. R. Hearst's interview with Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

item 19

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Boston, Nov. 16, 1934. From Louis C. Cornish to R. L. Wilbur. Herbert Hoover manuscript notation in upper left hand corner. Together with typed carbon reply by R. L. Wilbur, 2 pp.

item 20

20 misc. pieces (32 pieces), statements, notes, confidential memos, articles, reviews, letters about reviews relating to Herbert Hoover, may with Herbert Hoover's penciled manuscript notations.

 

FOLDER MARKED "HH--RLW (1935-1936)"

item 1

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P. Jan. 18, 1935. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 2

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P. Feb. 4, 1935. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 3

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P. Feb. 5, 1935. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With carbon reply from Herbert Hoover to Prof. Haensel, with ALs from Haensel to Herbert Hoover, 2 pp., Los Angeles, Feb. 3, 1935.

item 4

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., March 7, 1935. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 5

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., April 20, 1935. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 6

Typed carbon manuscript, "Accomplishments of the Herbert Hoover Administration," 2 pp., 4-to, N. P., N. D.

item 7

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., May 8, 1935. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 8

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., May 10, 1935. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 9

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, Stanford, May 13, 1935. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover with manuscript pencil reply by Herbert Hoover at bottom of page.

item 10

AN, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., N. D. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 11

Typed Ls, 2 pp; 4-to, Wheeling, W. Va., June 4, 1935. From J. Sumner Stone to R. L. Wilbur.

item 12

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, New York, June 9, 1935. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with a typed carbon of a proposed speech of Herbert Hoover, "The Essentials of Social Growth in America," 15 pp. (16 pp.), 4-to, N. P., N. D. and press release memo of speech, 11 pp., June 16, 1935, delivered at commencement exercises at Stanford University.

item 13

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., N. D. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (Sept. 11, 1935)

item 14

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, Rochester, Sept. 27, 1935. From Frank E. Gannett to R. L. Wilbur. With note from R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover, and Herbert Hoover's manuscript reply at top of letter.

item 15

Two typed Ns, 2 pp., 8-vo, N. P., June 26, 1935 and Feb. 20, 1936. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

 

FOLDER MARKED "HH--RLW (1937-1941)"

item 1

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Jan. 19, 1937. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 2

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Jan. 23, 1937. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 3

Typed carbon manuscript dictated by R. L. Wilbur, "On the Herbet Hoover Administration," 4 pp., 4-to, N. P., March 15, 1937 (title "On the Hoover Administration"). Manuscript corrections by Herbert Hoover. Together with a 2 pp. pencil draft with corrections.

item 4

Typed Ns, 1 p., 12-mo, New York, April 30, 1937. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 5

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Sept. 19, 1937. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 6

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 6, 1937. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 7

Telegram, 1 p., 4-to, New York, Sept. 18, 1937. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 8

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, New York, Sept. 17, 1937. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (Not found)

item 9

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, New York, Oct. 18, 1937. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 10

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, New York, Nov. 6, 1937. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 11

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, New York, Dec. 23, 1937. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 12

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, New York, Jan. 14, 1938. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 13

Typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, New York, Jan. 22, 1938. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with a letter from Arthur White to R. L. Wilbur, San Francisco, Jan. 21, 1938.

item 14

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, April 15, 1938. (April 25, 1938) From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 15

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Aug. 2, 1938. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (Not found)

item 16

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Aug. 2, 1938. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 17

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., June 23, 1938. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 18

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 22, 1938. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 19

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 25, 1938. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 20

Misc. correspondence, comprising typed carbon L from R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover, Oct. 29, 1938, 3 pp., typed L from John S. Robinson to Herbert Hoover, 1 p. typed carbon reply from Herbert Hoover to Robinson, and covering memo.

item 21

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Nov. 10, 1938. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 22

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Jan. 9, 1939. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 23

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Jan. 21, 1939. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 24

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., April 10, 1939. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 25

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, May 8, 1939. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed letter from V. E. Wilson to R. L. Wilbur and pamphlets. (1 pamphlet)

item 26

Typed carbon L, 2 pp., 4-to, N. P., May 10, 1939. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover.

item 27

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 5, 1939. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur, with manuscript p.s. by Herbert Hoover. Together with telegram from William Allen White, 1 p., 4-to, New York, Oct. 2, 1939 and carbon telegraphic reply by R. L. Wilbur, Oct. 3, 1939.

item 28

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 13, 1939. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With manuscript notations by Herbert Hoover.

item 29

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Nov. 2, 1939. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 30

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Nov. 6, 1939. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 31

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Nov. 19, 1939. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 32

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Dec. 12, 1939. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 33

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Jan. 9, 1940. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 34

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Jan. 22, 1940. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 35

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Stanford, Jan. 31, 1940. From Lou Henry Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 36

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Feb. 14, 1940. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 37

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., March 27, 1940. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 38

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, June 12, 1940. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with L from D. W. Lindsay, Arbuckle, Calif., May 28, 1940, and R. L. Wilbur typed carbon reply, May 29, 1940.

item 39

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., July 21, 1940. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 40

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Aug. 29, 1940. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 41

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 9, 1940. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with ALs from unrecognized correspondent to Herbert Hoover, 2 pp., January 15, 1940 (Guatamala Research, Washington).

item 42

Typed Ns, 1 p., N. P., Nov. 9, 1940. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 43

Typed Ns, 1 p., New York, Jan. 5, 1941. From Herbert Hoovewr to R. L. Wilbur.

item 44

Typed Ns, 1 p., New York, Jan. 17, 1941. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (+ press release, 2 pp., letter from Hoover to Sol Bloom, Jan. 15, 1941)

item 45

Typed Ns, 1 p., New York, Feb. 1, 1941. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 46

Typed Ns, 1 p., New York, Feb. 8, 1941. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 47

Typed Ns, 1 p., New York, March 20, 1941. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With carbon reply by R. L. Wilbur, March 29, 1941.

item 48

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, May 10, 1941. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 49

Typed Ls, 2 pp., 8-vo, New York, June 7, 1941. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 50

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., Sept. 25, 1941. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon form letter, Sept. 22, 1941.

item 51

ANs, 1 p., 4-to, N. P., Oct. 21, 1941. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 52

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 9, 1941. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 52A

Hoover to Wilbur, 1 p., June 2, 1938.

item 52B

Hoover to Wilbur, 1 p., Oct. 31, 1941.

item 53

18 misc. letters and carbon typed replies (21 pieces) by R. L. Wilbur re Herbert Hoover activities.

 

FOLDER MARKED "HH--RLW (1942-1947)"

item 1

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Feb. 10, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (Not found)

item 2

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Stanford, Sept. 24, 1943 (Sept. 24, 1923). From Mrs. Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 3

Typed Ls, 2 pp., 8-vo, New York, March 28, 1942. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 4

ANs 2 pp., 4-to, N. P., May 19, 1942. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 5

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, May 25, 1942. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With manuscript inscription.

item 6

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, June 9, 1942. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 7

Typed carbon L, 1 p., 4-to, N. P., Aug. 3, 1942. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover.

item 8

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 3, 1942. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 9

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 13, 1942. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (Not found)

item 10

ALs, 2 pp., 8-vo, San Francisco, Oct. 10, 1942. From Mrs. E. Swift (to Hoover) with clippings.

item 11

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 13, 1942. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 12

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 15, 1942. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 13

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 19, 1942. From Herbet Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon manuscript, 1 p.

item 14

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Dec. 13, 1942. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 15

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Jan. 10, 1943. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed memo, 2 pp.

item 16

Typed carbon L, 2 pp., 4-to, N. P., Feb. 2, 1945. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover.

item 17

Telegram, 1 p., oblong 8-vo, New York, Feb. 17, 1943. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 18

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Feb. 23, 1943. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 19

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Feb. 27, 1943. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 20

Four Misc. pieces by and to Hugh Gibson with carbon and typed attachment, 4 pp. (8 pp. altogether)

item 21

Typed carbon telegram, 1 p., 4-to, New York, March 17, 1943. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 22

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, April 6, 1943. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 23

Typed Ls 2 pp., 8-vo, New York, April 6, 1943. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon reply.

item 24

Six misc. (3 only) typed carbon telegrams re Herbert Hoover, March 17-20, 1943.

item 25

Telegram, 1 p., oblong 8-vo, New York, April 3, 1941. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 26

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, May 3, 1943. With long autograph post scriptum by Herbert Hoover.

item 27

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, May 14, 1943. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon attachment, 2 pp.

item 28

Typed carbon L, 1 p., 4-to, New York, June 14, 1943. From Bernard Baruch to Herbert Hoover. With typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, June 18, 1943, from Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 29

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, June 21, 1943. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 30

ANs, 1 p., 8-vo, N. P., N. D. (July 24, 1943). From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 31

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, New York, May 31, 1943. With typed carbon attachment to Herbert Hoover, June 2, 1943.

item 32

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, Stanford, Aug. 14, 1943. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 33

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, March 18, 1944. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With Ls from Nathan van Patten to R. L. Wilbur, 2 pp., March 25, 1944. (Not found).

item 34

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Brattieboro, Vt., April 26, 1944. From H. W. Mason (Republican National Committee) to Herbert Hoover. Long manuscript note by Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Typed carbon reply to Mason from R. L. Wilbur, May 1, 1944.

item 35

Three misc. carbons of letters, May 1, 2, Sept. 23, 1944 (5 carbons - two on May 1, 1 each May 2, Sept. 8, Sept. 23, 1944).

item 36

Telegram, 1 p., oblong 8-vo, New York, Sept. 26 (194?)(1944). From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur with R. L. Wilbur reply.

item 37

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 1, 1944. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 38

ALs, 1 p., 4-to, N. p., (from Hoover to Wilbur) Oct. 30, 1944. With two typed Ls, 4 pp., Oct. 22, 1944 and Oct. 25, 1944 (+ clipping), from Arthur C. Clauser to R. L. Wilbur.

item 39

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Feb. 4, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (Not found).

item 40

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Feb. 14, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 41

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, March 5, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Curious letter about Japanese bacterial warfare.

item 42

Typed carbon of "Memo of Visit of Richard Bransten," 3 pp., 4-to, N. P., May 19, 1945. Together with typed Ns, 1 p., 4-to, New York, May 22, 1945; typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Feb. 24, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Additional 5 misc. typed pp. (+ Wilbur to Hoover, March 12, 1945, 1 p.)

item 43

Typed carbon L, 2 pp., 4-to, New York, Feb. 18, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to A. Landon.

item 44

Typed Ns 1 p., 8-vo, New York, March 7, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon reply of a letter, 1 p., from Herbert Hoover to B. L. Werder.

item 45

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, March 22, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 46

Telegram, 1 p., oblong 8-vo, New York, March 22, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (Not found)

item 47

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, April 11, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 48

Typed carbon L, 1 p., 4-to, N. P., May 14, 1945. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover. With typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, May 21, 1945, a reply from Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 49

Typed carbon L, 1 p., 4-to, N. P., May 14, 1945. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover. With typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, May 6, 1945, from Herbert Hoover to W. Russell (+ Hoover to Wilbur, May 6, 1945, 1 p.), together with original letter of Russell to Herbert Hoover, 1 p., 4-to, New York, May 5, 1945.

item 50

Typed carbon L, 1 p., 4-to, N. P., May 15, 1945. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover. With telgram, 1 p., oblong 8-vo, May 11, 1945, from The School of Liveable Christianity to Herbert Hoover with manuscript notations by Herbert Hoover.

item 51

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 24, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 52

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Dec. 27, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 53

15 misc. pieces (20 pieces) of correspondence, typed carbon reqplies, etc. Includs five typed N and L by Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur, various dates.

 

FOLDER MARKED "HH--RLW (1947-1948)"

item 1

Eight misc. telegrams and typed carbon telegrams, oblong 8-vo, V. P., V. D. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur (7 from Hoover to Wilbur, 1 from Wilbur to Hoover).

item 2

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, May 5, 1947. From Hebert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 3

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, April 3, 1947. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. (+ note from "Mike" to Wilbur)

item 4

Gridiron Dinner Address by Herbert Hoover, pamphlet, 8-vo, Washington, May 10, 1947. With signed dedication by Herbert Hoover.

item 5

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Rio de Janeiro, July 4, 1947. From Herbert Hoover, Jr., to R. L. Wilbur.

item 6

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 2, 1947. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 7

Typed carbon Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 20, 1947. From Herbert Hoover to Palmer (Parmer) Fuller.

item 8

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 30, 1947. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 9

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 15, 1947. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 10

Telegram, 1 p., oblong 8-vo, New York, Nov. 7, 1947. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With carbon reply.

item 11

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Nov. 15, 1947. From Hoover to R. L. Wilbur (+ Wilbur to Hoover, Nov. 18, 1947).

item 12

Telegram, 1 p., oblong 8-vo, New York, Dec. 4, 1947. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon reply and manuscript notation.

item 13

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Dec. 4, 1947. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with two ALs from friends of R. L. Wilbur to R. L. Wilbur.

item 14

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Feb. 28, 1948. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 15

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, March 8, 1948. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 16

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, Feb. 7, 1948. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with typed carbon reply and typed draft of letter to Herbert Hoover.

item 17

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, March 19, 1948. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With typed carbon reply.

item 18

Engraved portrait of Herbert Hoover, 4-to.

item 19

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, May 27, 1948. From secretary of Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. With telegram.

item 20

Typed Ns, 1 p., 8-vo, New York, June 11, 1948. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 21

Tearsheet article from Reader's Digest, 1 leaf, with pencil manuscript notation from Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 22

Ten misc. pieces related to Herbert Hoover; typed carbon letters, Stanford Alumni Almanach (Autumn 1964), etc. Itemized list of items found in safe

 

FOLDER CONTAINING HERBERT HOOVER PENCIL DRAWN DOODLES

Additional Note

Seven items, six of which are on White House stationery; small 16-mo and small 8-vo, as follows:
item 1

Shell-form doodle, Jan. 9, 1931.

item 2

Kite-form doodle, Jan. 9, 1931.

item 3

Elaborate triangle, April 3, 1931.

item 4

Abstract doodle, Feb. 7, 1930.

item 5

Cone-form doodle, Aug. 28, 1931.

item 6

Oval doodle, Nov. 14, 1930.

item 7

Circular doodle, April 28, 1931.

 

FOLDER MARKED "HARDING CLIPPINGS"

item 1

Folder containing mounted newspaper clippings from the U.S. press re President Harding's illness and death and events related to his death. Clippings mounted on yellow bond paper, in makeshift yellow bond folders, or in clear plastic envelopes.

item 2

17 quarto pieces, 1923-30, V.P., V.D. One page contains typewritten remarks interpolating an article from The Los Angeles Times, March 22, 1930. The majority of the clippings are dated 1923, during the Harding crisis.

 

FOLDER MARKED "HOOVER LIBRARY"

Additional Note

Folder related to Herbert Hoover's interest in the Library of War and Peace at Stanford University. Most of the Herbert Hoover letters were done while he was Secretary of Commerce. As follows:
item 1

Typed Ls, 3 pp., Washington, Sept. 1, 1923. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Very important letter showing Herbert Hoover's interest in scholarship, research, and administration.

item 2

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Stanford, Calif., Sept. 26, 1923. From Lou Henry Hoover (Mrs. Hoover) to R. L. Wilbur. Together with a typed copy of telegram from Herbert Hoover to Lou Henry Hoover

item 3

Typed carbon L, 1 p., 4-to, N. P., Sept. 23, 1923. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover.

item 4

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Jan. 2, 1924. From Edgar Rickard to R. L. Wilbur.

item 5

Typed Ls, 2 pp., 4-to, Washington, Jan. 16, 1924. From Herbert Hover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 6

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, Sept. 14, 1923. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 7

Typed carbon L, 3 pp., 4-to, N. P., Oct. 3, 1923. From R. L. Wilbur to Herbert Hoover.

item 8

Typed carbon of an agreement, 4 pp., 4-to. Copy of an agreement re Stanford Junior University and the Commission for Relief in Belgium about the acceptance of $200,000.

item 9

Typed carbon copy of an agreement, together 8 pp., 4-to, Stanford College, N. D. and Aug. 31, 1923. Contracts between Herbert Hoover and Stanford University. One contract with seal and signed W. Mays.

item 10

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, New York, Dec. 8, 1923. From E. Rickard to R. L. Wilbur. Together with two carbon copies of letters from Rickard to Herbert Hoover, 2 pp., Dec. 4, 1923, Dec. 6, 1923.

item 11

Typed Ls, 2 pp., 4-to, Stanford, Oct. 8, 1923. From librarian of Stanford University to R. L. Wilbur.

item 12

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to. Washington, Dec. 26, 1923. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with two typed carbon replies, 4 pp., Dec. 20, 1923, Jan. 3, 1924.

item 13

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Washington, Feb. 6, 1924. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with carbon reply, Feb. 12, 1924.

item 14

Typed draft of organization of Hoover War Library, 2 pp., 4-to, N. P., N. D. Pencil corrections. Together with a typed plan of organization, 2 pp. 4-to, N. P., N. D.

item 15

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Stanford, Aug. 8, 1924. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with typed draft, 5 pp., 4-to, N. P., N. D., by Herbert Hoover outlining the conditions of his gift to Stanford University.

item 16

Typed Ls, 1 p., 8-vo, Washington, Nov. 28, 1932. From E. Rickard to R. L. Wilbur. Together with two misc. carbon and typed replies, 2 pp.

item 17

Typed carbon L, 2 pp., 4-to, Washington, Nov. 30, 1932. From Herbert Hoover to E. Rickard.

item 18

Typed Ls, 2 pp., 4-to, New York, Nov. 29, 1932. From E. Rickard to R. L. Wilbur.

 

FOLDER MARKED "STANFORD UNION BUILDING--HERBERT HOOVER'S CONTRIBUTION"

item 1

31 misc. typed Ls (30 only), carbons, etc., 4-to, V. P., 1921-22, relating to sums of money given by the office of Edgar Rickard (of Hoover's New York office) to Stanford University.

 

FOLDER MARKED "HOOVER DAM"

item 1

Typed carbon memorandum, 3 pp., 4-to, Los Angeles, Oct. 3, 1938. Memo of interview between R. L. Wilbur and Harry Chandler.

 

FOLDER MARKED "MISCELLANEOUS"

item 1

ALs, 3 pp., 12-mo, U.S.S. Mayflower, Nov. 22, 1923. From Joel T. Boone to R. L. Wilbur.

item 2

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, Marion, Ohio, Sept. 29, 1925. From Carl W. Sawyer to R. L. Wilbur.

item 3

Typed Ls, 3 pp., 4-to, Marion, Ohio, from Carol W. Sawyer to R. L. Wilbur. Together with two reprinted copies of letters by E. E. Sawyer and C. W. Sawyer. E. E. Sawyer was President Harding's personal physician.

 

FOLDER MARKED "CHARLES BEARD - R. L. WILBUR BASIC HISTORY"

item 1

Misc. letters, drafts, carbons between Charles Beard and R. L. Wilbur rgarding the former's book, Basic History, which accounts for Herbert Hoover's place in history. 21 pieces (22 pieces Beard to Wilbur + 3 notes Beard to Wilbur), various sizes, V. P., Aug. 30, 1944-Nov. 9, 1945. Together with 12 pp. tearsheet of article by Beard "Thomas Jefferson, a Civilized Man" ( Miss. Valley Historical Review", with penned dedication by Beard to Wilbur. Together with two typed Ns, 2 pp., 8-vo, New York, Oct. 20, 1945, Nov. 1, 1945. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

 

FOLDER MARKED "MASSIE CASE, MRS. THOMAS HEDGES (WIFE OF LIEUT.)"

item 1

Misc. typed Ls, carbon L, telegrams, newspaper articles and clippings, etc. (51 pieces), all relative to the Massie Case, 1931-32, which involved the then Secretary of the Interior, R. L. Wilbur. Together 109 pieces, various sizes, V. P., V. D. including letters from Governor Judd of Hawaii and other government officials. (+ 2d folder with 78 pieces).

 

FOLDER MARKED "HOOVER POLICIES (BOOK) 1928"

item 1

28 Misc. Ls and Ls of compliments to R. L. Wilbur for his book, The Hoover Policies, various sizes V. P., V. D. Some with carbon typed replies. Together with three newspaper clippings reviewing book. (35 pieces and 6 newspaper clippings).

 

FOLDER MARKED "1928 CAMPAIGN"

item 1

Newspaper clipping "Herbert Hoover Creed," Los Angeles Times, November 2, 1932. Together with two printed brochures (3 brochures), The Man of the Hour!

item 2

Typed Ls, 1 p., 4-to, New York, Nov. 13, 1928. From Francis Snow to R. L. Wilbur. With printed proof sheets of article by Wilbur on Hoover, appearing in Current History, May.

item 3

Typed carbon manuscript, "Herbert Hoover, A Personal Sketch," 31 pp., 4-to, N. P., N. D. With manuscript corrections by Herbert Hoover of article by R. L. Wilbur.

item 4

Typed carbon manuscript, "Herbert Hoover from a Personal Standpoint," 16 pp., (14 pp.), 4-to, N. P., N. D. with manuscript corrections by R. L. Wilbur and one p. of additional notes.

item 5

Typed carbon manuscript of a speech, "Hoover The Beloved Chief," 9 pp. (10 pp.), 4-to. N. P., N. D. By R. L. Wilbur and broadcast over stations KPO (San Francisco) and FKI (Los Angeles), Oct. 8, 1928.

item 6

Eight misc. pieces (10 pieces) regarding campaign of 1928: letters, memoranda, copies of notes, etc.

 

FOLDER MARKED "POLITICAL 1920 HH--RLW"

item 1

Carbon typed manuscript, "Who's Hoover," 4 pp., 4-to, N. P., 1920.

item 2

Telegram, 2 pp., oblong 8-vo, Toronto, Oct. 17, 1920. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 3

26 misc. pieces (29 pieces) regarding Herbert Hoover's candidacy for president, 1920; telegrams, carbon typed letters, etc.

 

FOLDER MARKED "HH-RLW (1929-1932) MISCELLANEOUS"

item 1

Typed carbon manuscript, "Accomplishments of the Administration in the First Sixteen Months," 24 pp., small 4-to, N. P., N. D. (+10 letters, 3 clippings, 7 memoranda, 1 typed address.

item 2

ALs, 6 pp., 4-to, Melbourne, Australia, Feb. 21, 1929. From E. Robertson to R. L. Wilbur. Relating early experiences of the writer with Hoover, when the latter was in Australia as a mining engineer. Typed carbon reply.

item 3

Typed carbon manuscript, "As I Know Herbert Hoover," 4 pp., 4-to, N. P., Dec. 4, 1931. By R. L. Wilbur.

 

FOLDER MARKED "PRES. HARDING'S DEATH (PUBLICATIONS AND CORRES. ABOUT)"

item 1

Autograph manuscript, 2 pp. 4-to, N. P., N. D. On Palace Hotel stationery, San Francisco. By R. L. Wilbur. Wilbur was one of the physicians attending Harding. (Not found)

item 2

Typed notes copying telegram, 1 p., 4-to, Dunsmuir, Calif., July 28, 1923. Copying telegram from Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur.

item 3

Typed manuscript, "Personal Memorandum of Attendance on President Harding During His Illness, July and August 1923," 11 pp. (12 pp.), 4-to, N. P., August 1923. Written by R. L. Wilbur and signed on first p. and with manuscript notes. Together with two AN regarding press contacts by R. L. Wilbur about the Harding illness.

item 4

ALs, 2 pp., oblong 8-vo, San Francisco, N. D. From Dr. Charles M. Cooper to R. L. Wilbur. Together with attached typed carbon N from Dr. Cooper to General Sawyer.

item 5

Typed telegram, 1 p., oblong 8-vo, Chicago, Aug. 8, 1923.

item 6

Manuscript notes, 4-pp., 8-vo, N. P., N. D. On Palace Hotel stationery, San Francisco. Notes by R. L. Wilbur on Harding's condition, together with a typed carbon page re Harding's condition.

item 7

ALs, 2-pp., 4-to, San Francisco, Aug. 13, 1923. From Dr. Charles M. Cooper to R. L. Wilbur. Together with manuscript notes by Cooper, 1 p., with pencil corrections. (Not found).

item 8

Misc. typed telegrams, Ls, typed carbon L between Charles E. Sawyer and R. L. Wilbur, 11 pieces, various sizes, V. P., V. D.

item 9

Telegram, 1 p., oblong 8-vo, Dunsmuir, Calif., July 28, 1923. From Herbert Hoover to R. L. Wilbur. Together with manuscript version of the telegram.

item 10

Typed Ls, 2 pp., 4-to, New York, January 9, 1940. From Dr. Liebman to R. L. Wilbur. Together with typed carbon reply, January 13, 1940.

item 11

Typed carbon for R. L. Wilbur, part titled "Warren G. Harding," 2 pp., 4-to, N. P., N. D. From a Wilbur manuscript sent to G. Clemens for the latter's biography of Harding.

item 12

Two typed copies of N, 1 p. each, 4-to, N. P., Aug. 28, 1923. From Florence K. Harding to R. L. Wilbur.

item 13

Manuscript of medical bulletin, 2 pp., 4-to, N. P., N. D. By R. L. Wilbur.

item 14

Four misc. typed carbon N, 4 pp., various sizes, V. P., V. D. From R. L. Wilbur to C. Clemens. Together with a card signed by Clemens.

item 15

ALs, 2 pp., 8-vo, East Northfield, Mass. From "Theresa" to R. L. Wilbur.

item 16

Two typed carbon copies of telegram, oblong 8-vo, San Francisco, Aug. 3, 1923. From R. L. Wilbur to San Francisco Examiner, together with 2 pp., manuscript and bill.

item 17

Misc. correspondence re harding's death, from Paul Shoup, Curtis Weber (Wilbur), Donald Smith, the Misses Tomkins, et. al.

item 18

Manuscript note relating to details of Harding's condition, 1 p., 16-mo, N. P., N. D. On Stanford University Hospital stationery.

item 19

Pencil manuscript of R. L. Wilbur, "The Last Illness of a Calm Man," 21 pp., 4-to, N. P., N. D. With notation copy sent to Saturday Evening Post and The New York Times, August 12, 1923.

item 20

Typed carbon manuscript by R. L. Wilbur and C. M. Cooper, "President Harding's Last Illness, Officinal Bulletins," 3 pp., 4-to, N. P., N. D. From the Journal of the American Medical Association, Vol. LXXXI, No. 7, Aug. 18, 1923, p. 603.

item 21

Typed notes for R. L. Wilbur autobiography, 3 pp., 4-to, N. P., Dictated July 7, 1944.

item 22

Misc. clipped together correspondence between R. L. Bentley and R. L. Wilbur, relating to the possibility of food poisoning by canned goods in Harding's death.

item 23

12 misc. pieces (37 pieces) all related to Harding's death. Discussions, correspondence, galley, proofs, articles, etc.

item 24

Four misc. printed articles (7 pieces) related to Harding's death and one copy of Collier's, Aug. 4, 1923.