Register of the Joseph Freeman Papers 1904-1966

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Register of the Joseph Freeman Papers 1904-1966

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
Processed by:
Rebecca J. Mead
Date Completed:
1993
Encoded by:
Hernán Cortés
© 1998 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Joseph Freeman papers
Date (inclusive): 1904-1966
Collection Number: 80159
Creator: Freeman, Joseph, 1897-1965.
Collection Size: 187 manuscript boxes, 3 card file boxes, 1 oversize box, 1 slide box, 1 album box, 40 envelopes, 2 phonorecords (81.4 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Writings, correspondence, printed matter, notes, and photographs, relating to the relation between communism and art and literature, and to communism in the United States, Mexico, and the Soviet Union.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

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Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1980.

Accruals

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Access Points

Communism.
Communism--Mexico.
Communism--United States.
Communism and art.
Communism and literature.
Mexico.
Soviet Union.
Russia (Federation)
United States--Politics and government.
Journalists.
Slides (Photography)
Phonorecords.

Biographical Note

1897, October 9 Born, Piratin, Poltawa, Ukraine
1904 Emigrated to the United States
1919 A.B., Columbia University
1920-1921 Reporter, Chicago Tribune and New York Daily News (in Paris and London)
1921-1923 Assistant Editor, Liberator
1924 Publicity Director, American Civil Liberties Union
1925 Author, Dollar Diplomacy (with Scott Nearing)
1925-1931 Correspondent for Tass (intermittent)
1926 Co-founder and Editor, New Masses
1926-1927 Trip to Russia as New Masses Moscow correspondent
1929 Trip to Mexico as New Masses Mexico correspondent Married Ione Robinson
1930 Author, Voices of October (with Joshua Kunitz and Louis Lozowick)
1931-1933 Editor, New Masses
1931-1933 Speaking and fund-raising trips in the United States for the John Reed Clubs and the Communist Party, including accompanying Boris Pilynak to Hollywood (1931) and Henri Barbusse on a tour of the Midwest (1933)
1932 Author, The Soviet Worker
1932 Divorced Ione Robinson
1934 Co-founder, Partisan Review
1936 Author, American Testament
1936-1937 Editor, New Masses
1937 Attended Mexican Writers Conference as delegate of the League of American Writers
1938 Married Charmion von Wiegand
1939 Left the Communist Party
1940-1942 Publicity Director, American Civil Liberties Union
1943 Author, Never Call Retreat
1943-1945 Researcher, Information Please (radio show), including a U.S.O. tour in the summer of 1945
1947 Author, The Long Pursuit
1948 Publicity Director, Poet's Theatre
1948-1952 Staff member, Edward L. Bernays (public relations firm)
1953-1961 Staff member, Executive Research, Inc. (public relations firm)
1965 August 8 Died, New York City

Container List

Boxes 1-10

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1904-1966

Scope and Content Note

Biographical sketches, clippings, correspondence, legal documents, printed matter, family material, and miscellany. Arranged alphabetically by form
 

General

Box 1, Folder 1

General. Notes and miscellany, n.d.

Folder 2

Addresses and business cards, n.d.

 

Appointment books and diaries

Folder 3-6

1923-1937

Box 2, Folder 1-4

1938-1964

Box 3, Folder 1-2

Biographical sketches and resumes, 1930-1965

Folder 3

Clippings, 1933-1965.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS (PROSE) FILE/Announcements and printed matter
Folder 4

Identification cards, 1920-1962

Folder 5

Invitations, 1934-1964

 

Miscellaneous notebooks. For more clearly compositional notes,

Scope and Content Note

SEE : SPEECHES AND WRITINGS
Folder 6-7

Undated

Box 4, Folder 1-4

Undated

Folder 5-7

ca. 1918-1940

Box 5, Folder 1-6

1941-1955

Box 6, Folder 1-5

1956-1960

Box 7, Folder 1-5

1960-1962

Box 8, Folder 1-7

1962-1964

Box 9, Folder 1

Death. Certificate and condolence letters, 1965

Folder 2

Employment. Correspondence, 1940-1957.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: PUBLIC RELATIONS FILE
 

Family.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: CORRESPONDENCE FILE
Folder 3

Freedman, Isaac. Letter and miscellany, 1904-1938

Folder 4

Freedman, Stella. Letters and miscellany, 1940-1951

Folder 5-6

Finances. Correspondence, bank statements, account books, legal and tax documents, 1930-1966

Box 10, Folder 1-6

Finances

Folder 7

Health. Medical records, 1939-1965

Folder 8

Marriage. Divorce documents, letter, and marriage license, 1932-1937

Boxes 11-42

CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1915-1965

Scope and Content Note

Family and personal correspondence arranged alphabetically by correspondent
 

General

 

General. Unidentified

Box 11, Folder 1-18

General, 1920-1969

Folder 19-22

Chronological, 1915-1965

Box 12, Folder 1-22

Alphabetical miscellaneous, 1918-1965

Box 13, Folder 1-2

Aaron, Daniel, 1955-1965

Folder 3

Abel, Lionel, 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Abel, 1942
Folder 4

Abrahamsen, David, 1961

Folder 5

Abrams, Charles, 1948-1959

Folder 6

Abrams, Ruth, 1962

Folder 7

Adler, Nathan, 1933-1936

Folder 8

Adomian, Lan, 1939

Folder 9

Aisen, Maurice and Gid Cary, 1934-1955

Folder 10

Albee, George, 1938-1954.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Albee
Folder 11

Alberto, Elise, 1933-1934

Folder 12

Alberts, Julien, 1942-1945

Folder 13

Aldin, Peter, 1955

Folder 14

Allen, Devere, 1937

Folder 15

Amberg, Ruth, 1924

Folder 16

American Institute of Public Opinion (George Gallup), 1953

Folder 17

American League of Ex-Servicemen, 1935

Folder 18

Americas, 1935.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: Komorowski, Conrad
Folder 19

Amussen, Theodore S., 1947-1956.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS/Correspondence/Farrar & Reinhart
Folder 20

Anderson, Regina, 1925

Folder 21

Anderson, Sherwood, 1932-1933

Folder 22

Andrews, Martin, 1942

Folder 23

Anshen, Ruth Nanda, 1954

Box 14, Folder 1

Anthony, John J. and Etille, 1945-1964

Folder 2

Archer, Alma, 1936

Folder 3

Arendt, Hannah, 1953-1955.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Arendt
Folder 4

Arens, Egmont, 1951-1955

Folder 5

Arnold, Maria and Alex Rado, 1938-1941.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Arnold and Rado
Folder 6

Aronoff, Jacob, 1939

Folder 7

Arvin, Newton, 1932

Folder 8

Ausubel, Bertha, 1925

Folder 9

Authors Club, 1940-1946

Folder 10

Bach, Federico, 1931-1958

Folder 11

Badash, Joseph, 1935

Folder 12

Bakshy, Alexander, 1932-1934

Folder 13

Balbalian, Joe, 1951-1956

Folder 14-15

Baldwin, Roger, 1924-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Includes speech by Baldwin
Folder 16

Balkin, Harry H., 1938

Folder 17

Ballou, Jenny, 1943-1946

Folder 18

Barbusse, Henri, 1933-1934

Folder 19

Barjansky, Katya, 1941

Folder 20

Barnes, Keith, 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Barnes
Folder 21

Barnes, Morris, 1935-1936

Folder 22

Barton, V. M., 1943

Folder 23

Basshe, Em Jo, 1931

Folder 24

Bavly, Ben and Bessie, 1933

Folder 25

Bayer, Max, 1943

Folder 26

Beals, Carleton, 1931-1951

Folder 27

Beard, Mary Ritter, 1948

Folder 28

Bedacht, Max, 1925

Folder 29

Bedard, Pierre, 1951

Folder 30

Behre, Edwine, 1955-1956

Folder 31

Bell, Daniel, 1951

Folder 32

Bendiner, Robert, 1940-1961

Folder 33

Benedict, Libbian, 1924-1926.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Benedict
Box 15, Folder 1

Benet, Mrs. Stephen Vincent, 1943

Folder 2

Ben-Or, Judith, 1945

Folder 3

Benjamin Lehv, Florence, 1939

Folder 4

Benouville, Guillain de, 1947

Folder 5

Bernadete, M. J., 1940

Folder 6

Bernstien, Oscar and Rebecca [Drucker], 1931-1964

Folder 7

Beskin, Ossip, 1935

Folder 8

Bessie, Alvah, 1939

Folder 9

Best Maugard, Adolfo, n.d.

Folder 10

Betancourt, Romulo, 1937

Folder 11

Beyer, Mary, 1940-1941

Folder 12

Billington, Ray A., 1953

Folder 13

Black, Harriet, 1935

Folder 14

Black, Helen, 1925-1940

Folder 15

Blake, Pat, 1962-1963

Folder 16

Blankfort, Mike, 1934-1947

Folder 17

Blanshard, Julia, 1931

Folder 18

Blanshard, Paul, n.d.

Folder 19

Blay, Helen, 1939-1940

Folder 20

Blech, Bill, 1937-1938

Folder 21

Blitzstein, Marc, 1938

Folder 22

Block, Harry, 1934-1940

Folder 23

Block, Lou, n.d.

Folder 24

Bobby, Lettice (sister of Ivy Litvinov), 1959

Folder 25

Boissevain, Eugene, 1937

Folder 26

Boorstin, Ruth, 1941

Folder 27

Borowitz, Lena, 1922-1923

Folder 28

Bourke-White, Margaret, ca. 1931-1963

Folder 29

Bovingdon, John, 1932-1934.

Scope and Content Note

Includes clipping, 1943
Folder 30

Bowen, Stirling, 1939

Folder 31

Bower, Warren, 1935-1937

Folder 32

Braca, Marjorie and Ernest, 1935

Folder 33

Brand, Jean, 1938

Folder 34

Bransten, Richard, 1934-1935

Folder 35

Brant, Neil, 1931-1934.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Brant
Folder 37

Breines, Simon, 1933-1934

Folder 36

Breger, Etta, 1951

Folder 38

Brenner, Anita, 1953-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed matter
Folder 39

Brian, Rebecca, 1925

Folder 40

Bright, John, 1933-1944

Folder 41

Bright, Rose, n.d.

Folder 42

Broch, Hermann, 1941-1947

Folder 43

Bromberg, J. Edward, 1936-1937

Box 16, Folder 1

Browder, Earl, 1932-1961.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a report by Freeman relating to the New Masses
Folder 2

Brown, Clarice F., 1941

Folder 3

Brown, Esther, 1958

Folder 4

Brown, Natalie, 1924-1925

Folder 5

Brown, Neil, 1925

Folder 6

Browne, Jane, 1951

Folder 7

Bruch, Hilde, 1952-1957.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Bruch and letters to others
Folder 8

Bruwer, Andre, 1938

Folder 9

Bull, Rosemarie, 1953-1958

Folder 10

Bunin, Louis and Alice, 1929-1931

Folder 11

Burnham, Grace, 1924

Folder 12

Burr, Jane, 1947-1949

Folder 13

Calder, Alexander, 1954

Folder 14

Calderon, Jose, 1934

Folder 15

Calverton, V. F., 1923-1932

Folder 16

Cannon, James P., 1963

Folder 17

Cantwell, Robert, 1941

Folder 18

Capouya, Emile, 1961-1963

Folder 19

Carmon, Walter, 1932-1934

Folder 20

Casals, Pablo, 1955

Folder 21

Cassidy, James B., 1941-1949

Folder 22

Castle, Beatrice, 1929-1946

Folder 23

Causey, James H., 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed matter
Folder 24

Cerf, Bennett, 1938-1956.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter by Rockwell Kent
Folder 25

Chamberlain, John, 1939-1940

Folder 26

Chambers, Whittaker, 1931?

Folder 27

Charak, Walter and Amy, 1939-1964

Folder 28

Chase, Stuart, 1932

Folder 29

Cheifetz, Sonia, 1921

Folder 30

Cherne, Leo, 1947-1953

Folder 31

Childs, Richard Storrs, 1940

Folder 32

Chramroff, Comrade, 1923

Folder 33

Clark, Blake, 1935

Folder 34

Clark, Joe, 1957

Folder 35

Clark, Judy, 1963

Folder 36

Cohen, Elliot E., 1946-1952

Folder 37

Cohen, Helen, 1938-1939

Folder 38

Cohen, Lester, 1934

Folder 39

Cohen, Mildred, 1935-1937

Folder 40

Cohen, Morris, 1935-1949

Folder 41

Cole, Gordon and Mal Stuart, 1935-1940

Folder 42

Conrad, Earl, 1956-1957

Folder 43

Contreras, Carlos (Vittorio Vidali), 1932

Folder 44

Copley, Al, 1962-1964

Folder 45

Corey, Lewis (Louis C. Fraina) and Esther, 1933-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed article by Esther Corey
Folder 46

Coslow, Judith, 1934

Folder 47

Cousins, Norman, 1941-1963

Folder 48

Cowley, Malcolm, 1932-1957

Folder 49

Craig, Jean, 1963

Folder 50

Crichton, Kyle (Robert Forsythe), 1931-1940

Folder 51

Croll, June, 1932

Folder 52

Crone, Harry, n.d.

Folder 53

Daily Worker, 1925-1936. Includes correspondence with Bill Dunne, Gertrude Haessler, Helen Sheriden, Marguerite Young, Seymour Waldman and others

Box 17, Folder 1

Daixel, S., 1921

Folder 2

Dana, Harry W. L., 1933-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by A. Fairfield Dana
Folder 3

Daniell, Blanche, 1947

Folder 4

Darcy, Sam, 1933-1958

Folder 5

Davies, Joseph E., 1943-1944

Folder 6

Davis, Anna N., 1925

Folder 7

Davis, Daniel L., 1943

Folder 8

Davis, H. David, 1952

Folder 9

Davis, Jerome, 1930

Folder 10

Davis [Rosenblum], Tobe, 1945-1953.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with others and miscellany; SEE ALSO: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS/General/Collaborative and translation projects
Folder 11

Davison, Dr., 1950-1953

Folder 12

Dayal, Rajah, 1953

Folder 13

De Antonio, Emile, 1963

Folder 14

Decter, Moshe, 1955-1956

Folder 15

Dehn, Adolf, n.d.

Folder 16

DeLappe, W. R., 1933-1934

 

Dell, Floyd, 1921-1964.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: Newberry Library (Stanley Pargellis)
Folder 17

Undated

Folder 18-22

1921-1951 May

Box 18, Folder 1-7

1951 June-1952 Dec.

Box 19, Folder 1-6

1953 Feb.-1964

Folder 7

Dennen, Leon, n.d.

Folder 8

Denoyer, Pierre, 1921

Folder 9

De Toledano, Ralph, 1941

Folder 10

Detzer, Dorothy, 1938-1939

Box 20, Folder 1

Digest and Review, 1945

Folder 2-3

Dinamov, Sergei, 1927-ca. 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Dinamov and a copy of a letter to Theodore Dreiser
Folder 4

Diz, Ricardo, 1934

Folder 5

Doesburg, Nellie van, 1945-1951

Folder 6

Dorais, Bill, 1963-1965

Folder 7

Douglas, Helen, 1952-1953

Folder 8-9

Draper, Theodore, 1938-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Draper and comments by Earl Browder on Draper's study of communism in the U.S.
Folder 10

Dreiser, Theodore, 1931

Folder 11

Drucker, Esther and Dave, 1935-1957

Folder 12

Dublin, Frances, n.d.

Folder 13

Duc, Carlos le, 1937

Folder 14

Duchamp, Marcel, 1947

Folder 15

Duke, Ellen Hess, 1949

Folder 16

Dunlop, Charles, 1957-1959

Folder 17

Dunlop, Lane, 1964

Folder 18

Dunn, Robert, 1925-1935

Folder 19

Dunne, Edith Hart, 1934

Folder 20

Dunne, William, n.d.

Folder 21

Dupee, Fred, 1937

Folder 22

Durant, Kenneth, 1932-1940.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS (PROSE)/TASS dispatches, 1929 and SUBJECT FILE/TASS
Folder 23

Duranty, Walter, 1944

Folder 24

Dusanne, Zoe, 1947-1965

Folder 25

Earle, Edward M., 1919-1949

Folder 26

Eastman, Crystal, 1924

Folder 27

Eastman, Max, ca. 1923-1962

Folder 28

Eddy, Harriet G., 1927-1938

Folder 29

Edelman, John, 1924-1948

Box 21, Folder 1-2

Edman, Irwin, 1919-1954.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters by Horace Friess and Lester Markel
Folder 3

Edward McDowell Association, 1957-1961

Folder 4

Eichen, Claus L., 1937

Folder 5

Eisenberg, Emanuel, 1936

Folder 6

Eisenstein, Sergei, 1927-1956.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter by another
Folder 7

Eisler, Hanns, 1938-1940.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with another
Folder 8

Ellis, Ethel and Fred, 1938-1940

Folder 9

Elsmie, Dorine, 1921-1922.

Scope and Content Note

Includes poems by Elsmie
Folder 10

Emmart, A. D. and Ruth, 1923-1932

Folder 11

Enamorado y Cuesta, Jose, 1938-1939

Folder 12

Enters, Agna, 1937

Folder 13

Epstein, Ida, 1941

Folder 14

Ernst, Morris, 1939-1952

Folder 15

Erskine, Dorothy, 1933-1934

Folder 16

Erskine, Florence, 1933

Folder 17

Eskenaz, Mina, 1933-1934

Folder 18

Estorick, Ely, 1934

Folder 19

Estorick, Eric, 1950-1963

Folder 20

Ettinger, Eve, 1943

Folder 21

Evans, Ernestine (Mrs. Kenneth Durant), 1928-1959.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Evans
Folder 22

Ewart, Elise ("Hedda"), 1926-1938

Folder 23

Ewart, Minna, 1936-1940.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to the incarceration of Arthur and Elise Ewart in Brazil and Germany
Folder 24

Fadiman, Clifton, 1945-1955.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Fadiman and others
Folder 25

Fadiman, William, 1939

Folder 26

Falkowski, Edward J., 1926-1930

Folder 27

Farrell, James T., 1949-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with another
Box 22, Folder 1

Fearing, Kenneth, 1935.

Scope and Content Note

Includes obituary, 1961
Folder 2

Feibleman, James K., 1947-1963

Folder 3

Feist, Ray, 1944-1945

Folder 4

Felsen, Henry and family, 1936-1939

Folder 5

Fennington, Sylvia, 1933-1935

Folder 6

Fensterwald, Elaine, 1954

Folder 7

Fernsworth, Lawrence, 1941

Folder 8

Field, Alice Withrow, 1932

Folder 9

Finkelstein, Louis, 1954

Folder 10

Fischer, George, 1939?-1958

Folder 11

Fischer, Louis, ca. 1925-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Fischer
Folder 12

Fisher, H. H., 1933-1935

Folder 13

Fitts, Norman, n.d.

Folder 14

Fleisher, Alexander, 1934

Folder 15

Flexner, Agnes Halsey, 1949

Folder 16

Flores, Angel, 1938-1939

Folder 17

Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley, ca. 1925-1937

Folder 18

Folsom, Frank and Mary Elting, 1937-1939

Folder 19

Frank, Nelson, 1935

Folder 20

Frank, Waldo, 1925-1934

Folder 21

Frank, Walter, 1951

Folder 22

Freedman [Feynman] [Lapidus], Anne, 1920-1961.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correpondence with others
Folder 23

Freedman, Isaac and Stella, 1917-ca. 1950

Box 23, Folder 1

Freedman, Nathaniel, 1924-1957

 

Freedman, Marion.

Scope and Content Note

SEE : Smith, Marion [Freedman] and William
 

Freedman, Selma.

Scope and Content Note

SEE : Ramsey, David (Hyman Rosen) and Selma [Freedman]
Folder 2

Freedman [Hilton], Sonya, 1920-1956

Folder 3

Freeman, Elizabeth, n.d.

Folder 4-5

Freeman, Harry, ca. 1924-1964

Folder 6

Freeman, Joseph, 1943-1945

Folder 7

Frenkel, Lucy and family, 1934-1951

Folder 8

Freudenheim, Mendel, 1938-1939

Folder 9

Freytag-Loringhoven, Elsa von, 1922

Folder 10

Fried, Rose, 1965

Folder 11

Friedman, Charles, 1939

Folder 12

Friedman, George, 1934-1953

Folder 13-14

Friedman, Jack, 1934-1951.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS (PROSE)/"Letters from Spain," 1960
Folder 15

Friedman, Samuel H. (Call), 1943

Folder 16

Fries, Margaret, 1941-1951

Folder 17

Fuchs, James, 1923-1926

Box 24, Folder 1

Fuente, Julio de la, 1935-1937. Includes correspondence with another

Folder 2

Fuller, Wes, ca. 1940

Folder 3

Funaroff, Sol (Dynamo), 1934-1935

Folder 4

Gannett, Lewis, 1925-1951

Folder 5

Garcia Villa, Jose, 1943

Folder 6

Gardiner, Reginald, 1945-1946

Folder 7

Garlin, Sender, 1930-1937

Folder 8

Geer (Ghere), William, 1933-1935

Folder 9

Geffen, Hana, ca. 1920-1922

Folder 10

Geissler, Lucy ("Greta") and Fritz, 1926-1948

Folder 11

Gelber, Lionel, 1951-1963

Folder 12

Gellhorn, Martha, n.d.

Folder 13

Gendell, Mitzi, 1956

Folder 14

Gessner, Robert, 1932-1944

Folder 15-16

Gibson, Lydia (Mrs. Robert Minor), 1923-1952

Folder 17

Gibson, Roland, 1925-1926

Folder 18

Gilbert, Emanuel, 1957

Folder 19

Gilkes, Lillian, 1937

Folder 20

Ginzburg, Benjamin, 1919-1962.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Ginzburg
Folder 21

Ginzburg, Israel, 1920-1922

Folder 22

Gleason, Elsie, 1947-1955

Folder 23

Gold, Michael (Irwin Granich), 1922-1939

Box 25, Folder 1

Goldberg, Sam, 1940-1941

Folder 2

Goldman, Minnie, 1922

Folder 3

Goldstein, Esther, 1921

Folder 4

Golenpaul, Dan and Ann, 1944-1945

Folder 5

Goll, Ivan, 1940

Folder 6

Goll, Ralph, n.d.

Folder 7

Gomez, Manny, 1925-1932

Folder 8

Gordon, Dave, 1928

Folder 9

Gottschalk, Fruma and Louis, 1922-1961

Folder 10

Gould, Joseph, 1932

Folder 11

Graham, John, 1955

Folder 12

Grant, Hazel, 1933-1934

Folder 13

Greenberg, Clement, 1944-1945

Folder 14

Greene, Helga, 1956

Folder 15

Gregory, Horace, 1935-1961

Folder 16

Griffith, Sanford, 1933-1940

Folder 17

Gross, Bert, 1937

Folder 18

Grossinger, Jenny, 1937-1938

Folder 19

Gumberg, Alexander and Frances Adams, 1931-1963

Folder 20

Gutmann, Heinrich (Enrique), 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with another
Folder 21

Hacker, Louis, 1933-1952

Folder 22

Hackforth, Norman, 1945.

Scope and Content Note

Includes musical composition by Hackforth
Folder 23

Hagen, Louis, 1951

Folder 24

Hagen, Paul, 1943

Folder 25

Haidar, Naomi, 1933

Folder 26

Hall, Livingston, n.d.

Folder 27

Halperin, Mary, 1931-1933

Folder 28

Hammett, Constance, 1934-1946

Folder 29

Hapgood, Hutchins, 1934

Folder 30

Hapgood, Powers, 1925

Folder 31

Harap, Louis, 1938-1939

Folder 32

Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., 1939-1949

Folder 33

Hardman, J. B. S., 1924-1926

Folder 34

Hardwicke, Cedric, 1943

Folder 35

Hargrave, Roger, 1938-1939

Folder 36

Harkonen, Sulo, 1933-1934

Folder 37

Harper and Brothers, 1950-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Simon Michael Bessie, Cass Canfield, and D. W. Brogan and a transcription of the comments about Freeman published by Brogan
Folder 38

Harris, Martin, 1951-1955

Folder 39

Hart, Henry and Marian, 1934-1951

Folder 40

Harvard University. Nieman Foundation for Journalism, 1939

Folder 41

Haste, Gwendolen, n.d.

Folder 42

Hathaway, Clarence (?), 1936

Folder 43

Hayes, Alfred, 1935-1944.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters to others
Folder 44

Hays, Arthur Garfield, 1941

Folder 45

Heiman, Beatrice, 1935

Folder 46

Hellgren, Nora, 1933-1936

Folder 47

Henle, James, 1931-1935

Folder 48

Herbert, Winifred Barnes, 1920-1922

Folder 49

Herbst, Josephine, ca. 1925-1963

Folder 50

Herz, Henriette and Philip Cohen, 1937-1938

Folder 51

Hewitt, Melanie, 1951

Box 26, Folder 1

Hicks, Granville, 1932-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Hicks. SEE ALSO: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS/1936 June 16
Folder 2

Hindus, Maurice, 1935-1955

Folder 3

Hines, Ted, 1951

Folder 4

Hirsch, Sarah, 1943-1945

Folder 5

Hitchcock, Virginia, 1934

Folder 6

Hodes, Jerome, 1940

Folder 7

Hoffman, Frederick J., 1944-1945.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Hoffman
Folder 8

Hoffman, Stanford E., 1956?

Scope and Content Note

Includes poems by Hoffman
Folder 9

Holmes, Eugene, 1938

Folder 10

Holtman, Alice, 1938-1939

Folder 11

Holty, Carl, 1953

Folder 12

Horn, A. C., 1943-1950

Folder 13

Hough, Fred and Alice, 1944-1947

Folder 14

Howard, Langley and Adelaide, 1934

Folder 15

Howard, Sidney, 1932-1933

Folder 16

Howe, Quincy, 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes book review, 1941
Folder 17

Huberman, Leo, 1956

Folder 18

Huebsch, Ben W., 1925-1938

Folder 19

Hughes, Langston, 1936

Folder 20

Hunt, Bert, 1944-1949

Folder 21

Icaza, Jorge, 1935-1938

Folder 22

International Labor Defense, 1934

Folder 23

Israel, Mack, 1933-1934

Folder 24

Jacobs, Douglas, 1938

Folder 25

Jacobson, Hazel E., 1942-1949

Folder 26

Jacobson, Max, 1943-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Jacobson
Folder 27

Jaffe, Irma, 1951-1954

Folder 28

Jaffe, Jean, 1934-1951

Folder 29

Jaffe, Philip and Aggie, 1953-1963

Folder 30

James, Daniel Lewis, 1933

Folder 31

Janeway, Eliot and Elizabeth, 1943-1956.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Eliot and Elizabeth Janeway
Box 27, Folder 1

Jerome, V. J., 1935-1939

Folder 2

Jessup, John K., 1948-1951

Folder 3

Joachim, Leo H., 1956

Folder 4

John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, 1937-1942.

Scope and Content Note

Includes grant application material
Folder 5

Johns, Orrick, 1933-1936

Folder 6

Johnson, Alvin, 1933-1935

Folder 7

Johnson, Oakley, 1958

Folder 8

Jones, Alfred, 1932

Folder 9

Jones, F. Elwyn, 1937

Folder 10

Jorge, Faustino E., 1937

Folder 11

Josephson, Matthew, 1925-1963

Folder 12

Kallen, Horace M., 1950

Folder 13

Kamman, Morris, 1938

Folder 14

Kandel, Aben, 1937-1938

Folder 15

Kantorowicz, Alfred, 1943-1944

Folder 16

Kapur, Jagdish, 1949-1964

Folder 17

Karachun, Anton, 1925

Folder 18

Katel, Helen, 1963

Folder 19

Katzenstein, Sigane, 1938-1939

Folder 20

Kaufman, Sidney, 1937-1951.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with another
Folder 21

Kay, Helen, 1934-1935

Folder 22

Keeler, Sally, 1937

Folder 23

Kelm, Karlton, 1933-1934

Folder 24

Kempton, Murray, 1953-1955

Folder 25

Kennedy, Jay Richard, 1952-1953

Folder 26

Kennell, Ruth, 1928

Folder 27

Kerillis, Henri de, 1951

Folder 28

Khosla, J. N., 1961

Folder 29

Kiesler, Frederick and Steffi, 1938-1964

Folder 30

Kimball, Alice Mary, 1925-1935

Folder 31

King, Carol, 1933

Folder 32

King, Nettie, 1943

Folder 33

King-Farlow, John, 1951.

Scope and Content Note

Includes poems by King-Farlow
Box 28, Folder 1

Kirchwey, Freda, 1925-1955

Folder 2

Kirstein, Lincoln, 1931

Folder 3

Klein, Herbert, 1934

Folder 4

Klein, Marvin, 1933

Folder 5

Kline, Herbert, 1935-1948.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter by another; SEE ALSO: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS/"The Triumph of Life," 1947 and SUBJECT FILE/Theater/New Theatre League
Folder 6

Klopfer, Marian and Donald, 1935-1938

Folder 7

Kluckhohn, Clyde, 1947

Folder 8

Koch, Lucien, 1934-1935

Folder 9

Kocher, Esther, 1934

Folder 10

Kolmanoff, A., n.d.

Folder 11

Komarovsky, Mirra and Marcus Heyman, 1928-1964

Folder 12

Komorowski, Conrad, 1932-1935

Folder 13

Kooperman, Joseph, 1936-1938

Folder 14

Korchien, Jules E. and Lillian, 1931-1935

Folder 15

Korovay, Michael, 1932

Folder 16

Kovarowsky, V., 1952

Folder 17

Kraemer, Chris, 1938-1939.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: SUBJECT FILE/ Agriculture
Folder 18

Kramberg, Ruth, 1932

Folder 19

Kropotkin, Alexandra, 1955-1956

Folder 20

Kruse, Gussie, 1928

Folder 21

Kuh, Frederick, 1932-1946

Folder 22

Kuhn, Irene, 1945

Folder 23

Kunitz, Jack, 1934

Folder 24

Kunitz, Stanley, 1963

Folder 25

Lall, Arthur, 1951

Folder 26

Lamb, Beatrice Pitney, 1946-1949.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed matter
Folder 27

Lamont, Corliss, 1933-1965

Folder 28

Landi, Elissa, 1937-1948.

Scope and Content Note

Includes an obituary, and a poem by Landi relating to Ernst Toller
Folder 29

Landi, Charles Z. (Pi), 1948-1950

Folder 30

Lang, Joseph

Folder 31

Langhammer, John, 1941

Folder 32

Lapin, K., 1938

Folder 33

Larkin, Margaret, 1925

Folder 34

Lash, Joseph, 1953

Folder 35

Laski, Harold, 1937-1943.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a review of American Testament and correspondence with another
Folder 36

Lasky, Melvin, 1952-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a letter to another
Folder 37

Lastfogel, Abe, 1945

Folder 38

Latin Quarterly, 1934

Folder 39

Latour, Onya, 1935

Folder 40

Lawrence, Seymour (Atlantic Monthly), 1959-1961

Folder 41

Lawson, John Howard, 1937-1965

Folder 42

League for Industrial Democracy, 1925

Folder 43

Leavitt, Julian, 1929

Folder 44

Lee, Russell W., 1935?-1937

Box 29, Folder 1

Left Front, 1933-1934

Folder 2

Leider, William, 1938

Folder 3

Leon, Carlos, 1929

Folder 4

Lerner, Max, 1936-1959

Folder 5

Levine, Harry, 1940-1944

Folder 6

Levine, Isaac Don, 1963

Folder 7

Levitas, Mitchel, 1961

Folder 8

Lewin, Al, 1935

Folder 9

Lewis, Albert, 1934

Folder 10

Lewis, James Franklin, 1937

Folder 11

Leyda, Jay, 1933-1956.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Leyda
Folder 12

Liberator, 1921-1923

Folder 13

Liberman, Simon, 1945

Folder 14

Lippman, Sophie, 1945

Folder 15

Lipsitz, Louis, 1958

Folder 16

Lipton, Lawrence, 1935-1945

Folder 17

Littauer, Sebastian, 1933

Folder 18

Litvinov, Ivy, 1928-1962.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters by Tanya Litvinov; SEE ALSO: SUBJECT FILE/Litvinov, Ivy
Folder 19

Living Age, 1940

Folder 20

Loeb, Harold and Vera, 1949-1953

Folder 21

Lombardo Toledano, Vicente, 1937-1940

Folder 22

Lord, Frederic, 1937.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed matter and letter to another
Folder 23

Lore, Ludwig, 1922

Folder 24

Loveman, Sam, 1931-1962

Folder 25

Lovett, Robert Morss, 1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes an obituary
Folder 26

Loving, Pierre, 1921?-1935

Folder 27

Lozowick, Louis, 1936

Folder 28

Lvovitch, Lavy Moishe, 1921-1952

Folder 29

Lyons, Eugene, 1930-1940

Folder 30

Lyons, Leonard, 1952-1961

Folder 31

McCabe, Robert, 1962

Folder 32

McCaffrey, John, 1946-1952.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters to others
Folder 33

McCarthy, Mary, 1953.

Scope and Content Note

Includes prospectus for Critic
Folder 34

Macdonald, Dwight, 1952

Folder 35

McKay, Claude, 1921-1922

Folder 36

McKenzie, Cameron (Friday), 1940

Folder 37

McKenna, Kasey, 1933-1934

Folder 38

McKeon, Richard, 1920-1952

Folder 39

MacLeish, Archibald, 1936-1940

Folder 40

Macleod, Norman, 1930

Scope and Content Note

Includes poems by Macleod
Folder 41

McLernon, Frances, 1938-1939

Box 30, Folder 1

Maeder, Ruth K., 1954

Folder 2

Malisoff, William M., 1921

Folder 3

Maltz, Albert, 1935-1947

Folder 4

Maltz, Edward, 1931-1943

Folder 5

Mancisidor, Raimundo, 1937.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Mancisidor
Folder 6

Mandel, George, 1956

Folder 7

Mann, Klaus (Decision), 1941

Folder 8

Marinello, Juan, 1937

Folder 9

Markel, Lael, 1950-1952

Folder 10

Marshall, John, 1954

Folder 11

Marshall, Lenore G., 1934-1935

Folder 12

Marshall, Thurgood, 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed article by Marshall
Folder 13

Martini, Laura, 1953

Folder 14

Marvin, Mark, 1936-1938

Folder 15

Massing, Paul and Hede, 1934-1956

Folder 16

Matthews, Maude, 1939-1944

Folder 17

Matthews, Stanley, 1938

Folder 18

Mavor, Geraldine, 1939?-1940

Folder 19

Meldrum, Peggie, 1921-1923

Folder 20

Mellquist, Jerome, 1938

Folder 21

Melville, Nina, 1963-1964

Folder 22

Mendelevsky, M., 1925

Folder 23

Merrick, Helen Hynson, 1937-1938

Folder 24

Merrill, Roberta, 1954-1956.

Scope and Content Note

Includes poems by Merrill
Folder 25

Messinger, E. F. (Ferrand) and Carmen, 1935-1946

Folder 26

Meyer, Monroe, 1924-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with others
Folder 27

Meyer, Pearl, 1939-1943

Folder 28

Meyerhold, Vsevold, 1927-1933

Folder 29

Michel, Concha, 1932-1935.

Scope and Content Note

Includes songs and miscellany
Folder 30

Millan, Verna Carleton, 1943

Folder 31

Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1937-1950.

Scope and Content Note

Includes obituary
Folder 32

Miller, Fred R., 1948-1955.

Scope and Content Note

Includes poems by Miller
Folder 33

Minor, Robert, 1923-1942

Folder 34

Modern Age Books, Inc., 1938-1942

Folder 35

Modotti, Ben, n.d.

Folder 36

Modotti, Tina, 1929

Folder 37

Moldawer, Mac, 1950

Folder 38

Mondrian, Piet, 1942

Folder 39

Moore, Harry Thornton, 1938

Folder 40

Morgan, Peter, 1934.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Morgan
Folder 41

Moriarty, Martin, 1934

Folder 42

Moult, Thomas, 1921

Folder 43

Mumford, Lewis, 1934

Box 31, Folder 1

Murphy, Jack T. and Molly, 1931-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Jack Murphy
Folder 2

Murray, John, 1937

Folder 3

Mussilawin, Raya, 1947-1964

Folder 4

Naft, Stephen, 1925-1941

Folder 5

Nathan, Otto, 1950

Folder 6

Nation, 1931-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters by Bruce Bliven, King Gordon, Carey McWilliams, and others; SEE ALSO: CORRESPONDENCE FILE/Kirchwey, Freda and Minor, Robert
Folder 7

Nearing, Scott, 1924-1958.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS/ Dollar Diplomacy, 1925
Folder 8

Negri, Ramon de, 1930

Folder 9

Neininger, Jeannie, 1965

Folder 10

Nemetz, K. C., 1951

Folder 11

Neumann, Emanuel, 1940-1958

Folder 12

Nevins, Allan, 1953-1954

Folder 13

New Quarterly (Jay du Von), 1934

Folder 14

New Republic, 1933-1945.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Bruce Bliven, Malcolm Cowley and others
Folder 15

New School for Social Research, 1958

 

Newberry Library.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Stanley Pargellis and others
Folder 16

1949-1953

Box 32, Folder 1

1954-1965

Folder 2

Newhouse, Edward, 1936-1938

Folder 3

Newton, Caroline, 1926-1939

Folder 4

Nomad, Max (Max Nacht), 1931-1958

Folder 5

Norman, Dorothy and Edward, 1938-1958

Folder 6

Novak, Alexander, n.d.

Folder 7

Nurenberg, Thelma, 1931

Folder 8

Oak, Liston, 1933-1941

Folder 9

O'Callaghan, May, 1926-1933

Folder 10

Odets, Clifford, 1936-1937

Folder 11

O'Dwyer, Paul, 1943-1953

Folder 12

O'Dwyer, William, 1940-1953.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a poem by Freeman and notes by Freeman and another
Folder 13

Olgin, Moissaye, 1932

Folder 14

Olson, Martha, 1953-1955

Folder 15

O'Mally, Jack, 1960-1964

Folder 16

Orozco, Jose Clemente, 1936-1949

Folder 17

Osborn, Reuben, 1936-1939

Folder 18

Oumansky, Constantin, 1933-1939

Folder 19

Overdick, Mrs. 1944-1945

Folder 20-21

Owen, Billie, 1922-ca. 1930

Folder 22

Paalen, Wolfgang, 1949

Folder 23

Page, George Nelson, 1931-1932

Folder 24

Page, Helen, 1947

Folder 25

Page, Myra, 1931

Folder 26

Parker, Dorothy, 1938

Folder 27

Parker, William Riley, 1941

Folder 28

Parry, Albert, 1933.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Parry
Box 33, Folder 1

Partisan Review, 1934-1951.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Alan Calmer, Fred Dupee, and Philip Rahv, Delmore Schwartz, a report by Freeman, and a memorandum by Granville Hicks
Folder 2

Paschal, Marian, 1944

Folder 3

Pass, Joseph, 1934-1936

Folder 4

Passloff, Dotty, 1944

Folder 5

Pavlov, I., 1928-1930

Folder 6

Pearce, C. A., 1933-1944

Folder 7

Pearl, Diana, 1929

Folder 8

Pearlman, Meyer, 1940-1949

Folder 9

Pehn, Mura, 1939

Folder 10

Pentland, Lord, 1950

Folder 11

Percival, Willa, 1957

Folder 12

Peters, Paul, 1938

Folder 13

Pilnyak, Boris, 1931-1934.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with others; SEE ALSO: SUBJECT FILE/Pilynak, Boris and SPEECHES AND WRITINGS/Ghost-writing projects/Pilynak, Boris
Folder 14

Pizits [Neuman], Sylvia, 1954-1958

Folder 15

Plenn, Abel, 1933-1937

Folder 16

Pope, Arthur Upham, ca. 1943.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a memorandum
Folder 17

Popini, Alexander, 1943

Folder 18

Poster, William, 1946.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Poster
Folder 19

Poyntz, Juliet Stuart, 1932

Folder 20

Pozner, Vladimir, 1938-1940

Folder 21

Pressly, Eugene D., 1932

Folder 22

Preston, John Hyde, 1938

Folder 23

Pruette, Lorine, n.d.

Folder 24

Quirt, Walter, 1937-1939

Folder 25

Radamsky, Sergei, 1933-1956.

Scope and Content Note

Includes memorandum by Radamsky and printed matter
Folder 26

Ramos Pedruezza, Rafael, 1934-1935.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Ramos Pedruezza
Folder 27-30

Ramsey, David (Hymen Rosen) and Selma [Freeman], 1924-1965

Box 34, Folder 1

Rantz, Berta, 1945-1947

Folder 2

Raphaelson, Joel, 1950

Folder 3

Ray, Nicholas, 1938

Folder 4

Rebold, Elizabeth, n.d.

Folder 5

Reed, Alma, 1936-1965

Folder 6

Reik, Theodore, 1940-1944

Folder 7

Reisky, Clara, 1938

Folder 8

Ribard, Andre, 1938

Folder 9

Rice, Elmer and Hazel, 1932-1947

Folder 10

Richter, Hans, 1942-1961

Folder 11

Ridge, Lola, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Includes poem by Ridge
Folder 12

River, Les, 1931-1939

Folder 13

Rivera, Diego, 1930 (unsent)

Folder 14

Rivlin, Benjamin, 1942

Folder 15

Robb, Dorothy, 1924-1925

Folder 16

Robin, Frederick, 1948-1951

Folder 17

Robinson, Henry Morton, 1920-1957

Folder 18-20

Robinson, Ione, 1929-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with others
Folder 21

Robinson, Selma, ca. 1917-1961.

Scope and Content Note

Includes poems by Lorin Robinson
Box 35, Folder 1

Rocke, Gilbert, 1933

Folder 2

Rodgers, Frank, 1949-1950

Folder 3

Rodker, John, 1921-ca. 1925

Folder 4

Rodriguez, Carlos Rafael, 1937

Folder 5

Roeder, Ralph, 1956

Folder 6

Roger, Ed, 1933-1934.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Roger
Folder 7

Rogers, Maria, 1951-1953

Folder 8

Rogge, O. John, 1959-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Rogge
Folder 9

Rohman, Richard, 1920-1935

Folder 10

Rolfe, Edwin and Mary, 1925-1954.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Rolfe
Folder 11

Rolland, Romain, 1932

Folder 12

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1954

Folder 13

Root, E. Merrill, 1925-1926

Folder 14

Rorty, James and Winifred, 1932-1944

 

Rosen, Hymen and Selma [Freeman].

Scope and Content Note

SEE : Ramsey, David and Selma
Folder 15

Rosenberg, Nathan, 1939

Folder 16

Rosenfeld, Henry L., Jr., 1933-1936

Folder 17

Ross, David, 1946-1951

Folder 18

Ross, Irwin, 1947-1958

Folder 19

Rossides, Zenon, 1962

Folder 20

Roth, Samuel, 1921-1927

Folder 21

Roumain, Jacques, 1936

Folder 22

Rovere, Richard, 1948-1950

Folder 23

Rovinsky, Hyman, 1921

Folder 24

Roy, Constance, 1943-1944

Folder 25

Royce, Pauline, 1931

Folder 26

Rubin, Jessie, 1938-1957

Folder 27

Rubin, Sylvia, 1935

Folder 28

Ruellan, Andree, 1935

Folder 29

Ruiz, Ramon Eduardo, 1941

Folder 30

Rukeyser, Muriel, ca. 1930-1943

Folder 31

Ruml, Beardsley, 1945

Folder 32

Ruthenberg, Charles E., 1925

Folder 33

Sandburg, Carl, 1956

Folder 34

Sano, Seki, 1939

Folder 35

Saturday Review (Henry Seidel Canby), 1941-1943

Folder 36

Saxon, Olin Glenn, 1949

Folder 37

Schaap, Al, 1926

Folder 38

Schack, Bill, 1920-1957

Folder 39

Schapiro, Meyer [Mike], 1932-1933

Folder 40

Schillinger, Frances [Singer], 1938-1953.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed matter and writings by Joseph Schillinger
Folder 41

Schmer, Henry, 1956

Folder 42

Schneider, Isidor, 1934-1937.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters to another
Box 36, Folder 1

Schrier, Sophie, 1943

Folder 2

Schulkind, Adelaide, (Adelaide Schulkind Frank)1943

Folder 3

Schulte, Arthur and Luise, 1951-1955

Folder 4

Schuyler, Mary, n.d.

Folder 5

Schwartz, Alice H., 1932-1933

Folder 6

Schwartz, Daniel, 1938-1939

Folder 7

Schwartz, Harry, 1932

Folder 8

Schwarzbart, Elias, 1963

Folder 9

Scognamillo, Fabian, 1945-1946

Folder 10

Scott, Mrs. Chris G., 1925

Folder 11

Scott, John, 1942-1965

Folder 12

Seaver, Edwin, 1923-1944

Folder 13

Segal, Paul, 1922

Folder 14

Seldes, Gilbert, 1921?-1923

Folder 15

Seligmann, Kurt, 1943

Folder 16

Selva, Solomon de la, 1937-1939.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a memorandum relating to the immigration of Jews into Mexico
Folder 17

Shachtman, Max, 1924.

Scope and Content Note

Includes press release
Folder 18

Shapiro, Olga J., 1931

Folder 19

Sheean, Mrs. V., 1936

Folder 20

Shelley, Edwin, 1935-1947

Folder 21

Shelley, Gilbert, 1936

Folder 22

Shelley, Jean (Eugenia), 1935-1937.

Scope and Content Note

Includes poem by Shelley
Folder 23

Shelley, Louis, 1920-1938

Folder 24-26

Shelley, Robert and Jessie, 1917-1943.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter to Earl Browder by Robert Shelley relating to Freeman
Folder 27

Shelley, Sidney, 1938

Folder 28

Shepard, Odell, 1943

Folder 29

Shick, Edith, 1944-1946

Folder 30

Shields, Art, 1928

Folder 31

Shipman, Sam, 1934

Box 37, Folder 1

Siegel, Eli, 1923-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Siegel
Folder 2

Siegel, R. Lawrence, 1950-1954

Folder 3

Sills, Sibyl, 1938

Folder 4

Simon, Eva, 1938-1939

Folder 5

Simon and Schuster (Quincy Howe, M. Lincoln Schuster, and Henry Simon), 1930-1955

Folder 6

Simonson, Lee, n.d.

Folder 7

Sinclair, Upton, 1928-1941.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to Sergei Eisenstein
Folder 8

Singer, Herman, 1951-1961

Folder 9

Siporin, Mitchell, 1932-1934

Folder 10

Siquieros, David Alfaro, 1932-1935.

Scope and Content Note

Includes an outline and biographical note prepared by Freeman?
Folder 11

Siskind, Aaron, 1953

Folder 12

Sitkin, Hazel, 1949-1954

Folder 13

Skladman, Jeannette, 1931-1934

Folder 14

Skvirsky, B. E., 1931-1932

Folder 15

Sloan, Mary Bell, 1935

Folder 16

Slochower, Harry, 1935-1956.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed matter and writing by Slochower
Folder 17

Slocum, Louis, 1938

Folder 18

Smedley, Agnes, 1934-1943

Folder 19

Smirnov, Victor, 1938-1939.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Smirnov
Folder 20

Smith, Bernard, 1932-1938

Folder 21

Smith, Betty, 1953

Folder 22

Smith, Charles, 1933

Folder 23

Smith, Harry, 1953

Folder 24

Smith, Jessica, 1925-1962

Folder 25-26

Smith, William and Marion [Freeman][Hammett], 1919-1963

Folder 27

Snyder, David, 1947-1961

Folder 28

Snyder, Gretchen, 1954

Folder 29

Sobel, Bernard, 1944-1955

Folder 30

Solasko, Bella, 1930-1935

Folder 31

Solomon, Flo, 1943

Folder 32

Spicer, Julia, 1938

Folder 33

Spingold, Nate B., 1943-1947

Box 38, Folder 1

Standard Oil Company, 1955

Folder 2

Starobin, Joseph R., 1957-1962

Folder 3

Stavis, Barrie, 1939

Folder 4

Stead, Christine and William, 1936-1938

Folder 5

Steele, John S., 1921-1935

Folder 6

Steffens, Lincoln, 1933-1937.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter by Steffens to Whittaker Chambers
Folder 7

Steffens, Pete, 1931-1949

Folder 8

Steinbeck, John, 1940

Folder 9

Steinberg, Milton, 1946-1948

Folder 10

Steiner, Ralph, n.d.

Folder 11

Steinhardt, Jacinto, 1925-1934

Folder 12

Stern, Bernhard J., 1931-1939

Folder 13

Stevens, Florence B., 1937-1938

Folder 14

Stevens, Virginia, 1939

Folder 15

Stevenson, Philip, 1935

Folder 16

Stewart, Donald Ogden, 1936-1963

Folder 17

Stout, Miner Kennedy, 1919

Folder 18

Stout, Rex, 1942

Folder 19

Stout, Ruth, 1925-1935?

Folder 20

Strachey, John, 1936-1938

Folder 21

Strand, Paul, 1935-1938

Folder 22

Strunsky, Sheba, 1931

Folder 23

Struther, Jan, 1944-1945

Folder 24

Studio Theatre, 1941

Folder 25

Sugihara, Ina, 1943

Folder 26

Sunderam, Chinni, 1951-1962

Folder 27

Sweeney, Frances, 1943-1944.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed matter and writings by Sweeney
Folder 28

Swift, O. P., n.d.

Folder 29

Sykes, Gerald and Buffie, 1951-1952

Folder 30

Taffel, Edgar, 1932-1933

Folder 31

Taggard, Genevieve, 1924-1935

Folder 32

Talmadge, Irving DeWitt, 1941

Folder 33

Tannenbaum, Samuel A., 1939-1940

Folder 34

Tao, H. C., 1937

Folder 35

Tarail, Mark, 1932-1933

Folder 36

Tartar, Eve, 1953

Folder 37

Taub, Allan, 1938

Folder 38

Theatre Arts Books, 1949-1950

Folder 39

Thomas, Norman, 1942-1951

Folder 40

Thurman, Wallace, n.d.

Folder 41

Todes, Charlotte, 1933-1935

Folder 42

Tombacher, Juliette, 1920

Folder 43

Tomorrow (Katherine Woods and others), 1943-1952

Folder 44

Toogood, Granville, 1941-1943

Folder 45

Toor, Frances (Paca), 1929-1935

Folder 46

Topehevsky, Morris, 1935

Folder 47

Touby, Louis, 1933-1934.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with another
Folder 48

Town Hall, Inc., 1938-1939

Box 39, Folder 1

Trachtenberg, Alexander, 1925-1935

Folder 2

Travers, Jean, 1934-1938

Folder 3

Tsiang, H. T., 1938-1941

Folder 4

Tucker, Peggy, 1924-1934

Folder 5

Unell [Thine], Richard, 1935

Folder 6

United States. Office of War Information, 1945

Folder 7

Untermeyer, Jean Starr, 1939-1964

Folder 8

Untermeyer, Louis, 1922-1923

Folder 9

Valdes-Rodriguez, Jose, 1933

Folder 10

Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 1923

Folder 11

Van Doren, Carl, 1920-1938

Folder 12

Van Dyke, Willard, 1933-1934

Folder 13

Van Kleeck, Mary, 1931

Folder 14

Vanguard Press, 1932-1937

Folder 15

Varese, Edgar, 1943

Folder 16

Verlinsky, Vladimir, 1937

Folder 17

Virduzzo, Antonio, 1962

Folder 18

Virginia Quarterly Review (Stringfellow Barr), 1930-1948

Folder 19

Vivas, Eliseo, 1925

Folder 20

Vivo, Jorge, 1937

Folder 21

Vlavianos, Basil, 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Vlavianos
 

Von Wiegand, Charmion. Including letters to others and writing by von Wiegand

Folder 22

Undated

Folder 23-26

1919-1948

Box 40, Folder 1

1949-1964

Folder 2

Von Wiegand, Inez, 1935?-1957

Folder 3-5

Von Wiegand, Karl, 1927-1962

Folder 6

Von Wiegand, Norma Lee, n.d.

Folder 7

Von Wiegand, Norman, 1945-1951

Folder 8

Voros, Sandor, 1958-1961

Folder 9

Vorse, Mary Heaton, 1950

Folder 10

Waldman, Mark, 1934

Folder 11

Waldman, Nat, 1943

Folder 12

Walker, Charles, 1934

Folder 13

Walpin, Bennie, 1942

Folder 14

Walrond, Eric, 1924-1925

Folder 15

Walser, Frank, 1939

Folder 16

Walton, Marcia, 1944

Folder 17

Wardle, Dely Monteser, 1949

Folder 18

Warner, Norman, 1932-1934

Folder 19

Weaver, Raymond T., 1918-1920

Folder 20

Wechsler, James, 1937-1956

Folder 21

Wei, Ellin, 1950

Folder 22

Weil, Felix, 1944

Folder 23

Weil, Louis, 1915-1920

Folder 24

Weinberg, Herman, 1962-1964

Folder 25

Weinzweig, Irving, 1921-1930

Folder 26

Weinzweig, Mac (Mac Windsor), 1920-1930.

Scope and Content Note

Includes course outline
Box 41, Folder 1

Wertham, Frederick and Florence, 1939-1962.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed matter and writings by Frederick Wertham
Folder 2

Weston, Edward, n.d.

Folder 3

White, Ruth, n.d.

Folder 4

Whitehead, John F., 1957

Folder 5

Widen, Ruth and Lew Ney, 1934

Folder 6

Willen, Paul, 1951-1956

Folder 7

Willen, Pearl and Joseph, 1946-1964

Folder 8

William Morris Agency, 1940

Folder 9

Williams, Albert Rhys and Lucita, 1933-1962

Folder 10

Williams, Annie, and Bill Feinberg, 1938-1964

Folder 11

Williams, Annie Laurie, 1942-1944

Folder 12

Williams, Marie, n.d.

Folder 13

Williams, Oscar, 1920-1955.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Williams
Folder 14

Williams, Spencer, 1941-1947

Folder 15

Willner, George and Tiba, 1932-1963.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: SUBJECT FILE/ New Masses/Correspondence
Box 42, Folder 1

Wilson, Edmund, 1934-1947

Folder 2

Wilson, Hugh and Muriel, 1953-1954

Folder 3

Wing, Willis, 1940

Folder 4

Winner, Percy and Helen, 1920-1934

Folder 5-8

Winter, Ella, 1928-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed matter
Folder 9

Wise, Howard, 1963

Folder 10

Wittfogel, Esther, 1943

Folder 11

Wittfogel, Olga L., 1942.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writings by Karl Wittfogel
Folder 12

Wolf, Robert L., 1925-1926

Folder 13

Wolfe, Bertram, 1925-1963

Folder 14

Wolfe, Ella, 1925-1963

Folder 15

Wolfe, Thomas, 1955

Folder 16

Wolfe, W. Beran, 1934

Folder 17

Wolff, Eleanor, 1963-1964

Folder 18

Wolpe, Stefan, 1939

Folder 19

Wood, Charles Erskine Scott and Sara Bard Field, 1928-1933

Folder 20

Wood, Clement, 1921

Folder 21

Wood, Robert, 1938-1939

Folder 22

Woods, Katherine, 1945-1947

Folder 23

Woolf, Helene, 1935

Folder 24

Woolf, Paul, n.d.

Folder 25

Workers Defense League, 1943

Folder 26

Wright, Richard, 1941

Folder 27

The Writer (A. S. Burack) 1943

Folder 28

Wrong, Dennis, 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Includes writing by Wrong
Folder 29

Wylie, Ted, 1936

Folder 30

Wynne, Connie, n.d.

Folder 31

Yezierska, Anzia, 1950

Folder 32

Young, Art, 1923-1935

Folder 33

Young, Deene, 1932-1938

Folder 34

Zapata, Robert, 1953

Folder 35

Zeisler, Ernest B., 1952-1953

Folder 36

Zelomek, A. W., 1945-1946.

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed matter
Folder 37

Zerner, Charles, 1939

Boxes 43-54

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS (POETRY) FILE, 1915-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Holographs, drafts, and printed copies of poetical writings by Joseph Freeman, with related notes, correspondence, and other material, arranged chronologically by date of publication, or, that failing, by date of composition
NOTE: This file contains poetical works by Freeman, with the exception of "Hurrah for Everything!" ("Corrido"), because of its relationship to a larger set of prose works; writings on poetry in prose; and many rough notes and drafts which probably include material relating to the development of poems. All these items are located in the subsequent series, SPEECHES AND WRITINGS (PROSE) FILE.
 

General

 

General

Box 43, Folder 1

Correspondence, 1921-1965

Folder 2

Miscellany. Lists, prefaces, and fragments, n.d.

 

Undated

Folder 3

General

Folder 4

Uncertain attribution

Folder 5-11

1915-1929

Box 44, Folder 1-11

1930-1952

Box 45, Folder 1-6

1953-1955

Box 46, Folder 1-7

1956-1961

Box 47, Folder 1-7

1962-1963

Box 48, Folder 1-7

1963-1965

Box 49, Folder 1

"Don Quixote," n.d. Collected poems. Typescript

Folder 2

"Slaves," in Manuel Gomez, ed., Poems for Workers, n.d. Printed copy

Folder 3

Collected poems, 1918-1922. Typescript

Folder 4

Collected poems, 1918-1927. Typescript

Folder 5

"Don Giovanni," 1921. Collected poems. Typescript

Folder 6

Collected poems, 1921-1934. Typescript

Folder 7

"Felix Dzerszinski," Rote Jahre, 1926 Aug. 19. Printed copies (in German and English)

Folder 8

"Notes for a Poem," New Masses, 1927 June. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Sermons and Stones," 1931. Collected poems. Typescript and letter, 1931

Folder 10

"East River Blues," 1931 Feb. 4. Printed copy

Folder 11

"Death of a Revolutionist," Rebel Poet, 1931 Aug.-Sept. Typescripts (in German and English) and printed copy

Folder 12

"Six Poems," Dynamo, 1934 Jan. Printed copy and clipping, 1934

Folder 13

"Beat, Drums of the World," Daily Worker, 1934 Feb. 10. Printed copy

Folder 14

"Four Poems," Partisan Review, 1934 Feb.-March. Printed copy

Folder 15

"The Crossing," New Masses, 1934 March 27. Typescripts and printed copy

Folder 16

"Peasant Correspondence," Daily Worker, 1934 June 30. Printed copy

Folder 17

"Ballad of Tampa," Partisan Review, 1934 June-July. Typescripts and printed copies

Folder 18

"The Stroke of Noon," 1944. Collected poems. Typescript

Box 50, Folder 1

"Prelude," 1944-1956. Collected poems. Typescript

Folder 2

Collected poems, 1947. Typescripts

Folder 3

"The Rainbow," 1947. Collected poems. Typescript

Folder 4

"Spring Came on Forever [1948], " 1948. Collected poems. Typescript and letters toJohn Farrar and another, 1948

Folder 5

Untitled New Year's toast, 1949 Dec. 28-29. Printed copy

Folder 6

"On the Jaguar," Nation, 1954 June 5. Letter to the editor (poem). Typescripts, correspondence with Carey McWilliams, and printed copy, 1954

Folder 7

"In Memoriam," 1954 Aug. Tribute to Vito Marcantonio. Typescripts

Folder 8

Collected poems, 1955. Typescript

Folder 9-12

"The Bow of Burning Gold," 1956-1961. Collected poems. Typescript fragments and drafts

Box 51, Folder 1-5

"The Bow of Burning Gold"

Folder 6

Letter to the editor, New Leader, 1957 July 8 (date written). Relates to political struggles in the Soviet Union. Typescripts

Folder 7

"Medea at Corinth," 1957-1961. Collected poems. Typescripts and letter, 1957

Box 52, Folder 1

"East River Anthology [1958]," 1958 March. Typescripts

Folder 2

"East River Rock and Roll," 1958 March-April. Typescripts

Folder 3-5

"Ajax," 1961. Typescripts, holographs, and notes

Folder 6

"A New Earth," 1961. Collected poems. Typescript

Folder 7-12

"A Time to Love," 1961. Collected poems. Typescript and letter, 1961

Box 53, Folder 1

"The View from Outer Space," 1961. Collected poems. Typescript

Folder 2

"Sail Forth, Voyager!" 1961 April-May. Collected poems. Typescript

Folder 3

"Adventure in Our Time," 1961 May. Collected poems. Typescript

Folder 4-8

"The Fire is Falling," 1961-1963. Collected poems. Typescript fragments and drafts, holographs, and notes

Box 54, Folder 1

"The Diamond Scepter," 1962 Feb. 3. Typescript

Folder 2

Collected poems, 1962 Fall. Typescripts and holographs

Folder 3

"East River Anthology [1963], " 1963. Typescripts

Folder 4

"Fair Is My Love," 1964. Collected poems. Typescript

Boxes 55-155

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS (PROSE) FILE, 1912-1965

Scope and Content Note

Holograph, typescript, and printed copies of prose writings by Joseph Freeman, with related notes, press releases, memoranda, correspondence, and printed matter. Includes material ghostwritten for others. Arranged chronologically by date of publication, or, that failing, by date of composition
 

General

 

General

Box 55, Folder 1

General. Contract and receipts, ca. 1937-1964

Folder 2

Epigraphs and quotations. n.d.

Folder 3

Lists.

Scope and Content Note

Includes pseudonyms used in fiction? SEE ALSO: CARD FILE
Folder 4

Plans of work. Descriptions of proposed, pending, or completed writing projects, 1932-1962

Folder 5

Announcements and printed matter, 1927-1934

Folder 6

Bibliography, 1934

 

Correspondence

Folder 7-8

General, 1920-1965

Folder 9

Abbot, Mary (agent), 1959-1961

Folder 10

Farrar, John, 1923-1952

Box 56, Folder 1-3

Farrar and Rinehart (publishers), 1932-1947.

Scope and Content Note

Includes contracts and financial statements
Folder 4

Lieber, Maxim (agent), 1934-1940

Folder 5

Rollitts, Sarah (agent), 1937-1943

Folder 6

Volkening, Henry (agent), 1944-1963

 

Ghost-writing, collaborative, and translation projects.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: CORRESPONDENCE FILE
Folder 7

Anthony, Etille. Notes and typescript (incomplete) relating to John Anthony, n.d.

Folder 8

Bourke-White, Margaret. Typescript chapters for memoir, and a typescript copy of "Communism and Religion," n.d.

Box 57, Folder 1

Davis, Tobe. Correspondence, speech, printed matter, memorandum, press releases, and a typescript copy of "Tobe Coller Davis: A Profile," 1950-1952

Folder 2

Feinberg, William. Typescripts of speeches and platform statements, printed matter, speech, and correspondence, 1942-1955

Folder 3

Grohmann, Will. Translation of an article relating to Al Copy and correspondence with Copley, 1961

Folder 4

Hendel, Julius. Speech typescripts, correspondence, bill, and press release, 1949-1956

Folder 5

Hisamatsu Hoseki Shinochi. Translation of a poem and correspondence with Al Copley and another, 1962

Folder 6

Holty, Carl. Typescript outline for memoir, 1951

Folder 7-9

Institute For Social Research.

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes and reports
Folder 10

Kross, Anna M. Correspondence, notes, and contract, 1947

Folder 11

Mayakovsky, Vladimir. Typescript and printed copies of poems (in Russian and English), and a typescript copy of "Summary of October 1917, " ca. 1931

Folder 12

Miller, Jerome. Holograph and typescript, 1960

Folder 13-17

Millner, Simon. Typescript drafts of "Soviet Art," press release, flyer, and correspondence with Millner, 1941-1951

Box 58, Folder 1-4

Milner, Lucille. Draft typescript fragments of The Education of An American Liberal, promotional material, and correspondence with Roger Baldwin, Arthur Garfield Hayes, Harry S Truman, Milner, and others, 1941-1959

Folder 5

Naft, Stephen. Typescript copy of "Don Quixote of Rector Street," and letter by Naft, n.d.

Folder 6

O'Dwyer, Paul. Typescript copies of speeches, 1947

Folder 7

O'Dwyer, William. Typescript and mimeograph copies of speeches, 1939-1942

 

Pilynak, Boris

Folder 8

"About Dreniasha, Member of the Moscow Soviet, and a Game of Chess," n.d. Typescript

Folder 9

"The Birth of Soviet Rivers," n.d. Typescript

Folder 10

"Farewell to America," New Masses, 1931 Sept. Printed copy and typescript fragment

Folder 11

"Fidelity," n.d. Typescript

Folder 12

"First and Last Love," n.d. Typescript

Folder 13

"Mountain Wind," n.d. Typescript

Folder 14

"The Russian Story," ca. 1931. Screenplay typescript and outline

Folder 15

"Ye Shall Sow the Wind," n.d. Typescript

Box 59, Folder 1

Untitled manuscript comparing the United States and the Soviet Union, n.d. Typescript

Folder 2

Untitled manuscript relating to Pilynak's American trip, n.d. Typescript

Folder 3

Richter, Hans. Invitation, printed matter, notes relating to Richter's films and avantgarde film generally, and typescript screenplay outline for "Dreams That Money Can Buy," ca. 1947-1957

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: CORRESPONDENCE FILE/Richter, Hans
Folder 4

Rose Fried Gallery. Press releases, 1956

Folder 5

Ruml, Beardsley. Book proposal, holograph outline, letters, mimeograph article relating to Ruml, and speech by Ruml, 1943-1945

Folder 6

Smedley, Agnes. Typescripts relating to China and letter by Smedley, ca. 1943

Folder 7

Soviet Union. Relates to the Soviet exhibition at the 1939 World's Fair. Financial records, pamphlet, and correspondence with Isidor Schneider and others, 1939

Folder 8

Von Wiegand, Charmion (Mrs. Joseph Freeman). Notes and printed article entitled "David Alfaro Siquieros," New Masses, 1934 May 1.

Folder 9-10

Williams, Albert Rhys. Relates to Rhys' memoirs and the Russian Revolution of 1917. Notes, book proposal, outline, and correspondence with Williams and others, 1955-1956

 

Miscellaneous notes and fragments

 

General

Box 60, Folder 1-5

Undated

Folder 6-17

ca. 1916-1955

Box 61, Folder 1-9

1956-1961

Box 62, Folder 1-5

1961-1963

Box 63, Folder 1-2

1964-1965

Folder 3

Autobiographical material, 1929-1963

 

Notebooks.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: "Forbidden Tree," 1939-1964, for additional autobiographical notebooks
Folder 4-7

1934-1946

Box 64, Folder 1-3

1947-1963

Folder 4

"The American Intelligentsia and the Working Class," n.d. Typescript

Folder 5

"The Argument," n.d. Autobiographical writing. Typescript

Folder 6

"The Argument, 1915-1916, " n.d. Autobiographical writing. Typescript

Folder 7

"The Atrocities of German Fascism," n.d. Typescript

Folder 8

"The Brass Ring," n.d. Outline for a novel. Typescript

Folder 9

Comments on Francis Bacon, The Sirens and Other Fables, n.d. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 10

"Folk Art and Handicrafts," n.d. Section omitted from Voices of October? Typescript

Folder 11

"From the Finland Station," n.d. Autobiographical writing. Typescript

Folder 12

"A Full, Rich, Beautiful Life," n.d. Comments on a newspaper report on the Seventh All-Union Conference of the Young Communist League in Moscow. Typescript

Folder 13

"Germany: Key to Europe," n.d. Holograph outline

Folder 14

"Helen," n.d. Early autobiographical writing. Typescript with holographic sections

Folder 15

"Journey Through Sleep: A Case History," n.d. Typescript

Folder 16

"Medieval Europe," n.d. Extensive typescript notes

Folder 17

"The Middle Class Under Socialism," n.d. Typescript and notes

Folder 18

"Notes on the Evolution of Bourgeois Culture," n.d. Extensive typescript notes

Folder 19

"An Outline of Revolutionary Poetry in the U.S.A.," n.d. Typescript

Folder 20

Review of R. Palme Dutt, Fascism and Social Revolution, n.d. Typescript

Folder 21

Review of Max Lerner, Public Journal: Marginal Notes on Wartime America, n.d. Typescript

Folder 22

Review of Lewis Mumford, The Condition of Man, n.d. Typescript

Box 65, Folder 1

Review of D. N. Pritt, The Zinoviev Trial, n.d. Typescript

Folder 2

Review of Max Shachtman, Behind the Moscow Trial, n.d. Typescript

Folder 3

"The Slave of the Future," n.d. Short story. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 4

"The Three Hats," n.d. Short story. Typescript

Folder 5

Untitled script, n.d. Typescripts

Folder 6

"Variations on a Theme," n.d. Typescript

Folder 7

"The Wedding," n.d. Short story. Typescripts

Folder 8

"Weschester [sic] Nocturne," n.d. Short story. Typescript

Folder 9

"Writers of Tomorrow," n.d. Proposed television or radio program. Typescript outline

Folder 10

"Tales," 1912-1915. Short story collection. Holograph notebook

Folder 11

"Plato," 1919. Typescript

Folder 12

"Twisted Testimony," 1920. Review of Wilfrid Thorley, Fleurs-de-Lys: A Book of French Poetry Freely Translated into English Verse. Typescript

 

Miscellaneous literary notes and stories, 1921-1924.

Folder 13

Notebook

Folder 14

"The Life and Work of Adam Bimbo," 1922. Autobiographical writing. Holograph notebooks

Folder 15

"An American Version of the Penitent Nobleman," 1922 Feb. Typescript

Folder 16

"The Tyranny of Women," Liberator, 1922 Aug. Review of D. H. Lawrence, Aaron's Rod. Typescript and letters, 1922-1925

Folder 17

"Don Juan at Fifty," Liberator, 1922 Sept. Typescript

Folder 18

"A Blind Rebel in a Trap," Liberator, 1923 April. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 19

"A Blue Print of Utopia," Liberator, 1923 April. Review of Scott Nearing, The Next Step. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1923

Folder 20

"Disciplined Eagerness," Liberator, 1923 April. Review of Genevieve Taggard and Thomas Seltzer, For Eager Lovers. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 21

"Kicking the Seats of Learning," Liberator, 1923 April. Review of Upton Sinclair, The Goose-Step. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 22

"What's Wrong With this Murder?" Liberator, 1923 May. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 23

"Makers of America," Amalgamated Almanac, 1924. Typescripts and printed copy of isolated entries

Folder 24-25

Dollar Diplomacy, 1925 (co-authored with Scott Nearing)

 

General. Notes, financial statements, promotional material, and correspondence with Kenneth Durant, Lewis S. Gannett, Ben W. Huebsch, Harry Laidler, Norman Thomas and others, 1924-1939.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: CORRESPONDENCE FILE/Nearing, Scott
Box 66, Folder 1

Printed copy of Spanish translation, 1926

Folder 2

"By Freighter to Batoum," 1926. Notes and typescript

Folder 3

"Jack London," Na Literaturnon Postu (Moscow), 1926. Typescripts

Folder 4

"Realism in American Fiction," 1926. Preface to Russian translation of Nathan Asch, The Office. Typescripts (in English and German)

Folder 5

"The Associated Press," 1926 Feb. Typescripts and a Russian flyer with a note by Kenneth Durant

Folder 6

"A Revolutionary Artist: A Note on Louis Lozowick," Daily Worker, 1926 March 21. Typescript

Folder 7

"Jack London als 'Revolutionar,'" Rote Fahne, 1926 Aug. 22. Typescript, printed copy, and letter (in German), 1926

Folder 8

"Der Vagabund: Eine Geschichte ohne Ende..." Deutsche Kolonialgreuel, 1926 Oct. 28. Printed copy (in German)

Folder 9

"Der Unfang einer schoneren Welt," Rote Fahne, 1926 Dec. 25. Typescript, printed copy, and clipping, 1926 (in German)

Folder 10

"American Questions and Answers," ca. 1926-1927. TASS dispatch from Moscow. Typescript

Folder 11

"A Poets Olympiad," ca. 1926-1927. Written in Moscow. Typescript

Folder 12

"American Revolutionary Literature," 1927. Typescript

Folder 13

"Blood in Kantstrasse," 1927. Typescript

Folder 14

"The Life and Death of Sacco and Vanzetti," Novy Mir, 1927. Printed copy (in Russian)

Folder 15

"Heinz--A Story," New Masses, 1927 Jan. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 16

"The Gentleman from Arkansas," Rote Fahne, 1927 Feb. 1. Written in Moscow. Typescript (in English) and printed copy (in German)

Folder 17

"Poetry and Common Sense," New Masses, 1927 May. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 18

"The Student," New Masses, 1927 June. Printed copy

Folder 19

"Traveling Hard," New Masses, 1927 June. Printed copy

Folder 20

"The Wilsonian Era in American Literature," Modern Quarterly, 1927 June-Sept. Typescripts, printed copy, and letter, 1927-1932

Folder 21

"Below the Battle," New Masses, 1927 July. Typescripts and printed copy

Folder 22

"The New Holy Grail," New Masses, 1927 July. Interview with Sergei Eisenstein. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 23

"Bulgarian Literature," New Masses, 1927 Aug. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 24

"This Cock-Eyed World," New Masses, 1927 Aug. Printed copy

Folder 25

"Incentives," New Masses, 1927 Sept. Printed copy

Folder 26

"Ten Years Have Passed," New Masses, 1927 Nov. Printed copy and letter, 1937

Folder 27

"Born Comedians," ca. 1927-1928. Written in Moscow. Typescripts (in English and German)

Folder 28

"The American Artist Lozowick," Magazine of Foreign Literature, 1928. Printed copy (in Russian)

Folder 29

"Literature in the Soviet Union," 1928. Typescript (incomplete)

Box 67, Folder 1

"A Note on Gods of the Lightning, " 1928. Typescript

Folder 2

"The Red Commander," New Masses, 1928 Jan. Printed copy

Folder 3

"Notes on American Literature," Communist, 1928 Aug.-Sept. (2 parts). Typescripts and printed copy

Folder 4

"Social Aspects of American Literature," 1928 Dec. 7. Lecture outline. Typescript

Folder 5

"The American Theatre," Hammer, 1928 Dec.-1929 Jan. Typescript, printed copy (in Hebrew) and clipping, 1928-1929

Folder 6

"All Things Considered," 1929? Holograph

Folder 7

"The Gastonia Frame-Up," 1929? Typescript

Folder 8

"The Hero of American Cartoons," 1929? Expanded version of introduction to 1929 Red Cartoons, 1929? Notes and typescripts

Folder 9

Introduction to 1929 Red Cartoons, 1929. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 10

"Lenin on Art," New Masses, 1929 Jan. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 11

Review of Walter B. Pitkin, The Twilight of the American Mind, New Masses, 1929 Jan. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 12

"Intellectuals and Revolution," New Masses, 1929 Feb. Exchange between Freeman and Egmont Arens relating to Freeman's review of Pitkin's book. Typescript and printed copies and typescript copies of letters to Walter Carmon and Arens by Freeman

Folder 13

"Sherwood Anderson's Confusion," New Masses, 1929 Feb. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 14

"Literary Theories," New Masses, 1929 May. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 15

"Literary Patterns," New Masses, 1929 June. Review of Joshua Kunitz, Russian Literature and the Jew. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 16-17

TASS dispatches from Mexico, 1929 July 22-Oct. 11. Typescripts and letter, 1929

Folder 18

"The Mexican Press," 1929 July 31. Typescript

Folder 19

"Prince Igor and the Dancer Maria Petrova," 1929 Oct. Short story (incomplete). Typescript

Box 68, Folder 1

"False Gods: Or the Adventures of Mona Jackson," 1929-1930. Autobiographical writing relating to Ione Robinson. Holograph notebook

Folder 2

Review of Carleton Beals, The Mexican Maze, ca. 1930. Typescript and letters, 1930

Folder 3

"Politics and Crime in the United States," 1930. Typescripts

Folder 4-6

Voices of October, 1930 (co-authored with Joshua Kunitz and Louis Lozowick). Draft sections, reviews, notes, and correspondence with Max Eastman, James Henle, Kunitz,Lozowick and others, 1927-1935

Folder 7

"Social Trends in American Literature," The Communist, 1930 July. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 8

Review of Charles Yale Harrison, Generals Die in Bed, New Masses, 1930 July. Printed copy

Folder 9

"Views of Soviet Russia," Virginia Quarterly, 1930 July. Printed copy

Folder 10

"War and the Intellectuals," New Masses, 1930 July. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 11

"Intellectuals in America," New Masses, 1930 Aug. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 12

"The Secret of Success," New Masses, 1930 Aug. Printed copy.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typescripts, 1930 Oct. and Nov.
Folder 13

Review of Nadezhda Krupskaya, Memories of Lenin, New Masses, 1930 Sept. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 14

"Believe It or Not," New York Herald Tribune, 1930 Sept. 28. Review of A. T. Vassilyev, The Ochrana: The Russian Secret Police. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 15

"A Class-Conscious Novel," New York Herald Tribune, 1930 Oct. 5. Review of Michael Ossorgin, Quiet Street. Typescripts and printed copy

Folder 16

Review of John K. Winkler, Morgan the Magnificent: The Life of J. Pierpont Morgan, New Masses, 1930 Oct. Printed copy

Folder 17

Review of Fred D. Pasley, Al Capone: The Biography of a Self-Made Man, New Masses, 1930 Nov. Printed copy

Folder 18

"Merry Xmas," 1931? Typescript

Folder 19

Review of Helmut Wickel, Ein Nichts Erobert die Welt: Der Aufstieg eines Industrie-Magnaten, 1931? Typescript and letter, 1931

Folder 20

"Idealistic Tendencies," 1931. Typescripts

Folder 21

"Overture," New Masses, 1931 Jan. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 22

"On the Literary Front," New Masses, 1931 Jan. Typescript and printed copy

Box 69, Folder 1

"The Last War--and the Next," New Masses, 1931 Aug. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 2

"The Titan," New Masses, 1931 Sept. Printed copy

Folder 3

"Mrs. Grady Sees Red," New Republic, 1931 Sept. 9. Letter to the editor. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Upton Sinclair and another, 1931-1932

Folder 4

"The Well-Paid Art of Lying," New Masses, 1931 Oct. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 5

"Fourteen Years," New Masses, 1931 Nov. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 6-7

The Soviet Worker, 1932. Reviews by Edwin Rolfe and others, promotional material, miscellany, and correspondence with Harry Dana, Kenneth Durant and others, 1932-1934

Folder 8

"Painting and Politics: The Case of Diego Rivera," New Masses, 1932 Feb. Typescripts, printed copy, printed copy of Edmund Wilson, "Rivera's Mexican Murals," responding to Freeman's objections to an earlier article by Wilson which cited "Painting and Politics," and correspondence with Bill Brown (New Republic) and Wilson, 1932-1933

Folder 9

"Pilgrims of Confusion," New Masses, 1932 Feb. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 10

"Two Worlds," 1932 Feb. Typescript

Folder 11

"History and Revolution," Nation, 1932 March 16. Review of Leon Trotsky, The History of the Russian Revolution. Printed copy and correspondence, 1931-1932

Folder 12

"Bloody Monday in Dearborn," New Masses, 1932 April. Printed copy

Folder 13

"The Far-Eastern Front," New Masses, 1932 April. Printed copy

Folder 14

"Monopoly and Control in Industry," Virginia Quarterly Review, 1932 April. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 15

"A Prophet of Doom," New Masses, 1932 April. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 16

"Times are Hard," New Masses, 1932 April. Printed copy

Folder 17

"Trotzky Again," Nation, 1932 May 25. Letter to the editor relating to comments by Benjamin Stolberg on Freeman's article, "History and Revolution." Typescript, printed copy, printed copy of Stolberg's comments, letters, and unsent letter by Freeman responding to comments by Eliena Krylenko [Eastman], 1932

Folder 18

"Against Imperialist War," New Masses, 1932 Aug. Printed copy

Folder 19

"The Cultural Revolution," Soviet Russia Today, 1932 Sept. Printed copy

Folder 20

"Where There's Smoke," New Republic, 1932 Oct. 19. Review of Isaac Don Levine, Red Smoke. Typescript, printed copy, clipping, flyer, reply by Levine, and correspondence with Malcolm Cowley

Folder 21

"Toward a Classless Society," New Masses, 1932 Nov. Printed copy

Folder 22

Letter to the editor, New Republic, 1932 Nov. 16. Reply to comments by Isaac Don Levine on Freedman's review, "Where There's Smoke." Printed copy and printed copy of Levine's comments

Folder 23

Radio speech, WRNY Radio (New York City), 1932 Dec. 13. Typescripts

Folder 24

"Greenwich Village Types," International Literature, 1933. Printed copy (in Russian)

Folder 25

"Poetry and Critical Works," International Literature, 1933. Obituary for Gary Allen Potamkin. Printed copy (in Russian)

Folder 26

"Techno-Ballyhoo," New Masses, 1933 Jan. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 27

"Machado's End," New Masses, 1933 Feb. Printed copy

Folder 28

"Appearance and Reality," Student Review, 1933 April. Printed copy

Folder 29

"The Background of German Fascism," New Masses, 1933 April. Letter and printed copies, 1933

Folder 30

"Who Owns America?" New Masses, 1933 April. Printed copy

Folder 31

"Should Critics Know Anything?" New Masses, 1933 May. Printed copy

Folder 32

"Revolution and Art," Nation, 1933 May 10. Letter to the editor relating to an article by Charles Yale Harrison. Typescripts and printed copy

Folder 33

"Mexico," 1933 July. Typescript

Folder 34

Letter to the editor (?), New Republic, 1933 Aug. 16. Response to Edmund Wilson, "Paradoxes in Detroit." Typescript, printed copy of Wilson's article, proof copy of a reply by Diego Rivera, printed copies of subsequent responses by Wilson, and correspondence between Wilson and Freeman, 1933.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: "Painting and Politics: The Case of Diego Rivera," 1932 Feb. and SUBJECT FILE/Rivera, Diego
Box 70, Folder 1

"Anti-Imperialist Delegation Leaves Today for Havana," Daily Worker, 1933 Nov. 9. Printed copy

Folder 2

"Literature Award Goes to Bunin, an Anti-Soviet Writer," Daily Worker, 1933 Nov. 10. Printed copy

Folder 3

"1918-1933," Daily Worker, 1933 Nov. 11. Printed copy

Folder 4

"Our Own Toe-Twisters," Daily Worker, 1933 Nov. 25. Printed copy

Folder 5-7

"What a World!" Daily Worker, 1933 Nov.-Dec. Substitute columnist for Mike Gold. Typescripts, printed copies, and correspondence, 1933

Folder 8

"'Peace On Earth': The First Theatre Union Production," Daily Worker, 1933 Dec. 2. Printed copy

Folder 9

Biographical sketch on Charles Ruthenberg, 1933-1934. Typescript and correspondence, 1933-1934

Folder 10

"The Liberal Viewpoint in 1920," 1934. Typescript

Folder 11

"Literary Visions of Fascism," 1934. Typescript

Folder 12

"Notes on Upton Sinclair," 1934. Typescript

Folder 13

"Poetry, Politics, and Party," 1934. Typescript

Folder 14

Statement, 1934 Feb. 12. Relates to the controversy over the mural painted by Diego Rivera for the Rockefeller Center. Typescript

Folder 15

"Empire of the Sun," New Masses, 1934 April 17. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 16

"Comic Strip," 1934 May. Review of Tess Slesinger, The Unpossessed. Typescript, clipping, and letter, 1934

Folder 17

"Ferryboat and Warship," 1934 May. Typescript

Folder 18

Untitled relating to Nazi propaganda in the United States, Daily Worker, 1934 May 9. Typescript and clippings, 1934

Folder 19

"Tampa, Florida," Daily Worker, 1934 May 10-15. Series of articles relating to a tobacco workers strike. Typescript drafts, letters, and printed copies, 1934

Folder 20

"Mrs. Grady Is Here Again," 1934 May 23. Typescripts

Folder 21

"The Birds," Dynamo, 1934 Summer. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 22

"Criticism--or Spleen?" 1934 June. Typescript

Folder 23

"Critics in Mufti," New Masses, 1934 June 5. Printed copy

Folder 24

"Marx on Literature," 1934 July. Typescript and notes

Folder 25

Article on Walt Whitman, Daily Worker, 1934 July 7. Typescripts and printed copy

Folder 26

"Soviet Literature and the United States," Pravda, 1934 July 8. Printed copy (in Russian)

Folder 27

"A Tribute to Robert Minor," Daily Worker, 1934 Aug. 16. Printed copy

Folder 28

"Elmer Rice," New Theatre, 1934 Sept. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 29

"Ivory Towers--White and Red," New Masses, 1934 Sept. 11. Typescripts, printed copy, and letters, 1934

Folder 30

"U.S. Writers Describe Influence of Bolshevik Revolution on Their Work," Daily Worker, 1934 Sept. 20. Printed copy

Folder 31

"Nice People," 1934 Oct. Typescript

Box 71, Folder 1

"The Meaning of Fascism," New Masses, 1934 Oct. 2. Printed copy

Folder 2

"A Specific Case," 1934 Oct. 14. Typescript

Folder 3

"You Can Fight Here," New Masses, 1934 Dec. 11. Review of Edward Newhouse, You Can't Sleep Here. Typescript (incomplete), printed copy, and letters by Newhouse, ca. 1934

Folder 4

"Homage to Lenin," ca. 1935. Typescript

Folder 5

"An American Literary Heritage," 1935. Typescripts

Folder 6

"Assignments to Utopia," 1935. Typescript

Folder 7

"The Cult of the Ego," 1935. Typescript

Folder 8

"Havana and Yucatan (1929)," 1935. Typescript

Folder 9

"The Lineage of the Moon: A Note on Pilnyak," 1935. Typescript

Folder 10

"Mammonart," 1935. Typescript

Folder 11

"Mexican Story (1929)," 1935. Typescript

Folder 12

"Mexico: First Week (1929)," 1935. Typescript

Folder 13

"A Note on Ethics," 1935. Typescript

Folder 14

"A Note on Good and Evil," 1935. Typescript

Folder 15

Proletarian Literature, 1935. Typescript preface, newsletter, printed matter, reviews, notes, and letters, 1935-1938

Box 72, Folder 1

Review of Frederick L. Schuman, The Nazi Dictatorship, ca. 1935. Typescript and correspondence with Edward Dahlberg and another, 1935

Folder 2

"Twilight of the Idols," 1935. Comments on article by Robert Briffault, "The Essential Life of Christianity." Typescript and printed copy of Briffault's article

Folder 3

"Karl Billinger's Fatherland," New Masses, 1935 April 9. Review of Karl Billinger, Fatherland. Typescripts and printed copy

Folder 4

"The Tradition of American Revolutionary Literature," New Masses, 1935 May 7. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 5

"The Road to Freedom," Soviet Russia Today, 1935 June. Review of Anna Louise Strong, I Change Worlds. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 6

"Mask, Image and Truth," Partisan Review, 1935 July-Aug. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 7

"From Colonial Oppression to Socialist Construction," Communist, 1935 Aug. Review of Joshua Kunitz, Dawn Over Samarkand. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 8

"Homage to Barbusse," New Masses, 1935 Sept. 10. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 9

"Shaw and Mussolini," New Masses, 1935 Oct. 29. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 10

"Russia Must Crush Reaction," Current Controversy, 1935 Dec. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 11

"Lenin, Kolchak, and Lansing," 1936? Typescript (incomplete)

 

American Testament, 1936

Folder 12

General. Preface, outlines, cast of characters, radio broadcast transcript, and reader's report by Robert Cantwell, ca. 1935-1936

Folder 13-14

Correspondence, 1935-1963. Includes letters by Roger Baldwin, Sylvia Barrett, Robert Cantwell, Harry Dana, Floyd Dell, Theodore Dreiser, R. Palme Dutt, Irwin Edman, John Erskine, Waldo Frank, Sender Garlin, Lydia Gibson, Josephine Herbst, Rockwell Kent, Langston Hughes, Corliss Lamont, Max Lerner, Robert Morss Lovett, Scott Nearing, Clifford Odets, Isidor Schneider, George Seldes, Vincent Sheean, Upton Sinclair, John Strachey, Louis Untermeyer, Carl Van Doren, Mary Van Kleeck and others 1935-1963. SEE ALSO: General/Correspondence/Farrar, John and Farrar and Rinehart, Inc.

Box 73, Folder 1-8

Drafts

Box 74, Folder 1-10

Drafts

Box 75, Folder 1-6

Drafts

Folder 7

Draft fragments

Folder 8

Notes and fragments

Box 76, Folder 1-10

Notes and fragments

Box 77, Folder 1-8

Notes and fragments

Box 78, Folder 1-7

Notes and fragments.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to Freeman's trip to Russia in 1926
Folder 8

Promotional material

Folder 9-10

Reviews

Box 79, Folder 1

"The Third Candidate," 1936. Typescript

Folder 2

"J. P. Morgan Loves His Country," New Masses, 1936 Jan. 21. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 3

"Wilson's Ghost and Morgan's Power," New Masses, 1936 Jan. 28. Typescript, letter, printed copy,and printed announcements of a debate with Gerald P. Nye, James J. McSwain and Freeman, 1936

Folder 4

Articles on chloride poisoning in General Electric plant in York, Pennsylvania, Daily Worker, 1936 Jan. 28-Feb. 2 (?) Typescripts, printed copy, letters, and miscellany, 1936

Folder 5

"Some American Communists," Partisan Review and Anvil, 1936 Feb. Excerpt from American Testament. Printed copy

Folder 6

"'Fortune' and the Jews," New Masses, 1936 Feb. 4. Printed copy

Folder 7

"The Battle for Art," New Masses, 1936 Feb. 25. Printed copy

Folder 8

"Is Rome Ready for Peace?" New Masses, 1936 March 10 (attribution uncertain). Printed copy

Folder 9

"Revolutionary Research," New Masses, 1936 March 17 (attribution uncertain). Printed copy

Folder 10

Letter to the editor, Partisan Review and Anvil, 1936 March 23 (date written). Correction of errors relating to William F. Dunne contained in the article, "Some American Communists." Typescripts

Folder 11

"An Historic Opportunity," New Masses, 1936 March 24. Printed copy

Folder 12

"McSwain, Disciple of Hearst," New Masses, 1936 March 31. Printed copy

Folder 13

"The New World of Socialism," New Masses, 1936 April 7. Printed copy

Folder 14

"The Two Danger Zones," New Masses, 1936 April 14. Printed copy

Folder 15

"Thomas Jefferson," New Masses, 1936 April 21. Printed copy

Folder 16

"Blood in Palestine," New Masses, 1936 April 26 (?) (attribution uncertain). Printed copy

Folder 17

"How Wilson Fought Lenin," New Masses, 1936 April 28. Printed copy

Folder 18

"Labor Spies and Jew-Baiters," New Masses, 1936 April 28. Printed copy

Folder 19

"Fifty May Days," New Masses, 1936 May 5. Printed copy

Folder 20

"The President's Philosophy," New Masses, 1936 May 5 (attribution uncertain). Printed copy

Folder 21

"Ethiopia and World War," New Masses, 1936 May 12. Printed copy

Folder 22

"Socialists Clean House," New Masses, 1936 June 2. Printed copy

Folder 23

"The Socialists Hesitate," New Masses, 1936 June 9. Printed copy

Folder 24

"John Reed," New Masses, 1936 June 16. Review of Granville Hicks, John Reed. Typescript, printed copy, flyer, and correspondence with Hicks and another, 1936

Folder 25

"The New Soviet Constitution," New Masses, 1936 June 23 (attribution uncertain). Printed copy

Folder 26

"The Republican Platform," New Masses, 1936 June 23. Printed copy

Folder 27

"Who Backs the Black Legion?" New Masses, 1936 June 30 (attribution uncertain). Printed copy

Folder 28

"Tributes to Gorky," Soviet Russia Today, 1936 July. Printed copy

Folder 29

"Through Liberty to Socialism," New Masses, 1936 July 7. Printed copy

Folder 30

"End the Black Legion," New Masses, 1936 Aug. 4. Printed copy

Folder 31

"Jew-Baiters," New Masses, 1936 Aug. 11. Printed copy

Folder 32

"The Middle Class and the Election," New Masses, 1936 Aug. 11. Printed copy

Folder 33

"Paging Mr. Winchell," New Masses, 1936 Aug. 11. Printed copy

Folder 34

"Lincoln Steffens," New Masses, 1936 Aug. 18. Printed copy

Folder 35

"Fourth-Estate Fascism," New Masses, 1936 Aug. 25. Printed copy

Folder 36

"The Muckraking Era," Pacific Weekly, 1936 Aug. 31. Printed copy

Folder 37

"The Trotsky Cesspool," New Masses, 1936 Sept. 1. Printed copy

Folder 38

"High School Days," Pacific Weekly, 1936 Sept. 7. Printed copy

Folder 39

"Defend the Ewerts!" New Masses, 1936 Sept. 8. Printed copy

Folder 40

"The Kansas Trilby," New Masses, 1936 Sept. 8. Printed copy

Folder 41

"The Silk Hat," New Masses, 1936 Sept. 15? Printed copy

Folder 42

"The Challenge and the Answer," New Masses, 1936 Sept. 15. Printed copy

Folder 43

"'Let Us Act Now!'" New Masses, 1936 Sept. 22? Printed copy

Folder 44

"A Safe $5000 Offer," New Masses, 1936 Sept. 22. Printed copy

Folder 45

"Browder, Not Roosevelt," New Masses, 1936 Sept. 29. Printed copy

Folder 46

"The Progressive Vote," New Masses, 1936 Oct. 3. Printed copy

Folder 47

"A Warning to Liberals," New Masses, 1936 Oct. 6. Printed copy

Folder 48

Radio broadcast, 1936 Oct. 26. Transcript

Folder 49

"Issues False and True," New Masses, 1936 Oct. 27. Printed copy

Folder 50

"Military 104," New Masses, 1936 Oct. 27. Printed copy

Folder 51

"Twenty-Five Years of America," New Order, 1936 Nov. Printed copy

Folder 52

"How Not to Waste Your Ballot," New Masses, 1936 Nov. 3. Printed copy

Folder 53

"The Nation and Trotsky," New Masses, 1936 Nov. 10. Printed copy

Folder 54

"Now That Roosevelt's Elected ..." New Masses, 1936 Nov. 10. Printed copy

Folder 55

"The Fate of Spain," New Masses, 1936 Nov. 17. Printed copy

Folder 56

"The Meaning of the Elections," New Masses, 1936 Nov. 17. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 57

"The Stakes at Tampa," New Masses, 1936 Nov. 17. Printed copy

Folder 58

"The A.F. of L. Convention," New Masses, 1936 Dec. 1. Printed copy

Folder 59

"The Soviet Constitution," New Masses, 1936 Dec. 8. Printed copy

Folder 60

"Old Fervor and New Discipline," New Masses, 1936 Dec. 15. Printed copy

Folder 61

"People's Front," New Masses, 1936 Dec. 15. Printed copy

Folder 62

"Once More the Nation, " New Masses, 1936 Dec. 22. Printed copy

Folder 63

"Behind the Moscow Trial," ca. 1936-1937. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 64

Editorials, New Masses, 1936 Dec. 29-1937 Jan. 19. Printed copy

Folder 65

"Karl Radek and Soviet Justice," New Masses, 1937 Jan. 5. Galley proofs

Folder 66

"As Congress Opens," New Masses, 1937 Jan. 12. Printed copy

Folder 67

Radio speech, XEOF Radio (Mexico City), 1937 Jan. 19. Typescripts (in English and Spanish)

Folder 68

"A Letter from Mexico," 1937 Jan. 20. Typescript

Folder 69

Interview, El Nacional, 1937 Jan. 21. Typescript

Box 80, Folder 1

"The Mexican Artist: 1937," 1937 Jan. 24. Speech, First National Congress of the League of Mexican Writers and Artists. Typescripts (in English and Spanish)

Folder 2

"Letters from Laguna," 1937 Feb. Typescripts and letter, 1937

Folder 3

"Artists in Action," New Masses, 1937 Feb. 2. Typescript, related typescripts, and printed copy

Folder 4

"A Talk with Marcelino Domingo," 1937 March. Typescripts

Folder 5

Letter to the editor, New Republic, 1937 March 1 (date written). Response to comments by Edmund Wilson relating to the literary left. Typescript, letter to Malcolm Cowley, printed copy of Wilson's comments, and printed copy of related article by Cowley, 1937

Folder 6

"A Talk With Cardenas," New Masses, 1937 March 2. Interview with Lazaro Cardenas. Notes, typescripts, letter, and printed copies (in English and Spanish), 1937-1941

Folder 7

"Trotsky in Coyoacan," New Masses, 1937 March 23. Printed copy

Folder 8

Speech, 1937 April 3. Speech to a Young Communists League conference. Typescript

Folder 9

"Freeman vs. Wilson," New Republic, 1937 April 21. Letter to the editor in reply to comments by Edmund Wilson. Printed copy, printed copy of reply by Wilson, and letters to Malcolm Cowley and Wilson, 1937

Folder 10

"Cuba's Famous Exile," New Masses, 1937 May 9. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 11

Review of Reuben Osborn, Freud and Marx, Book Union Bulletin, 1937 June. Printed copy and correspondence with Osborn and another, 1937-1939

Folder 12

Speech, 1937 June 6. Speech to the League of American Writers' Conference, New York City. Typescript

Folder 13

Statement for the Tom Mooney Molders' Defense Committee, 1937 July 22. Letter and typescript, 1937

Folder 14

Statement for the anniversary of the Russian Revolution, 1937 Oct. 25. Typescript and letter, 1937

Folder 15

Review of Leonard E. Mins (ed.), Engels on Capital, 1937 Nov. 2. Typescript

Folder 16

Comment on debate between Theodore Dreiser and Clifford Barrett, "Have We Free Will?" 1937 Nov. 29 (date written). Typescript, printed copy of Drieser-Barrett article, and correspondence, 1937-1938

Folder 17

"Ideas That Made Modern Literature," New Masses, 1937 Dec. 21. Review of Mary M. Colum, From These Roots. Printed copy and letters, 1937

Folder 18

"Exclusive," 1938 (co-authored with George Albee?) Typescript play script.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: CORRESPONDENCE/Albee, George and SPEECHES AND WRITINGS (PROSE)/ Correspondence/ Rollitts, Sarah
Folder 19

"Notes on Democracy and Literature," 1938. Typescript

Folder 20

"The Triumph of Time," 1938. Typescript play script

Folder 21

"Mexico Builds for the Future," Travel, 1938 Jan. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence, 1937-1938

Box 81, Folder 1

"Edmund Wilson's Globe of Glass," New Masses, 1938 April 12. Typescripts and printed copy

Folder 2

"Cedillo's Allies," New Masses, 1938 June 28. Printed copy

Folder 3

"Maurice Hindus' Personal History," New Masses, 1938 Sept. 6. Review of Maurice Hindus, Green Worlds: An Informal Chronicle. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 4

"Arnold Reid," New Masses, 1938 Sept. 13. Eulogy. Printed copy and letter, 1938

Folder 5

"Adventure Among the Masterpieces," 1938 Dec. Typescript

Folder 6-10

"The Story of Democracy," 1938-1940. Grant application material, typescripts (incomplete), and notes relating to ancient history, primarily Greece and Rome, 1938-1940

Folder 11

"The Forbidden Tree," 1938-1964. Extensive autobiographical work;

Scope and Content Note

includes several fictionalized variants
 

General. Correspondence, outlines and introductory material

 

Drafts (in journal form)

Box 82, Folder 1-8

1938 Jan.-1940 Oct.

Box 83, Folder 1-10

1940 Nov.-1947 March

Box 84, Folder 1-6

1947 April-Aug.

Box 85, Folder 1-6

1947 Sept.-Nov. 15

Box 86, Folder 1-5

1947 Nov. 16-1948 Feb. 4

Box 87, Folder 1-6

1948 Feb. 5-March

Box 88, Folder 1-6

1948 April-Dec.

Box 89, Folder 1-6

1949 Jan.-May 6

Box 90, Folder 1-4

1949 May 26-Aug.

Box 91, Folder 1-5

1949 Sept.-1950 May 19

Box 92, Folder 1-6

1950 May 22-1951 April 11

Box 93, Folder 1-6

1951 April 16-1952 Nov. 2

Box 94, Folder 1-5

1953 Jan. 26-Dec. 30

Box 95, Folder 1-6

1954 Jan.-1955 Aug. 18

Box 96, Folder 1-5

1955 Aug. 19-1956 May

Box 97, Folder 1-6

1956 June-1963 Oct.

 

Notebooks, notes, and fragments

Box 98, Folder 1-5

1938-1946

Box 99, Folder 1-5

1947 Aug.-Dec. 12

Box 100, Folder 1-6

1947 Dec. 12-1948 April

Box 101, Folder 1-6

1948 June-1951 Jan. 21

Box 102, Folder 1-6

1951 Jan. 21-1954 March 13

Box 103, Folder 1-7

1954 March 15-1955 Jan. 17

Box 104, Folder 1-7

1955 Jan. 17-1956 Aug. 14

Box 105, Folder 1-6

1956 Aug. 14-1961

Box 106, Folder 1-7

1962-1963 Nov. 10

Box 107, Folder 1-7

1963 Nov. 10-1965 Feb.

Box 108, Folder 1

"An American Literary Heritage," 1939. Typescript

Folder 2

"The Dream of Venus," 1939. Typescripts

Folder 3

"Fatherland," 1939. Proposed film script for Paul Massing. Typescript

Folder 4

"Marxist Criticism in America," 1939 Jan.-Feb. Typescript

Folder 5

"Coleridge and Wordsworth," New Masses, 1939 April 11. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 6

Speech, 1939 June 4. Speech to Writers' Conference, New School of Social Research, New York City. Typescripts

Folder 7

"The Democratic Idea, New Masses, 1939 July 18. Printed copy and letters, 1939

Folder 8

Letter to the editor, Nation, 1939 Oct. 3 (date written). Reply to criticism by P. Dengel of Freeman's American Testament. Typescript drafts, printed copy of Dengel's comments, and notes relating to difficulties with other communists over the book, 1939

Folder 9-11

"The Prelude," 1939-1951. Relates to the French Revolution and William Wordsworth. Typescript (incomplete), extensive notes, and bibliography, 1939-1951

Box 109, Folder 1

Miscellaneous film proposals, ca. 1940. Typescripts

Folder 2

"On Rediscovering Milton," ca. 1940. Notes for a biography of John Milton. Typescript notes, holographs, and letter to the Guggenheim Foundation, 1940

Folder 3-10

"Case History," 1940 Jan. Screenplay based on Sigmund Freud. Draft and final typescripts, outline, notes, clippings, miscellany, and correspondence with Irvin Shapiro and others, 1939-1958

Folder 11

Memorandum, 1940 April 15. Relates to Freeman's involvement in Partisan Review. Typescript

Box 110, Folder 1-9

"Murder Monopoly," Nation, 1940 May 25. Projected series of articles relating to the prosecution of an organized crime syndicate by New York City District Attorney William O'Dwyer. Notes, clippings, draft typescripts, printed copy, memorandum, miscellany, and correspondence with Robert Bendiner, Cameron McKenzie, Richard Rovere, and others, 1940-1953

Folder 10

"On 'The Irresponsibles,'" Nation, 1940 June 1. Comments on an article by Archibald MacLeish. Notes, typescript, printed copy, and letters to Robert Bendiner and another, 1940

Folder 11

"A Champion of Freedom," 1940-1941. Relates to John Milton. Typescripts

Box 111, Folder 1

Testimony before the Coudert Committee, 1940 Nov.-1941 May. Summons, typescripts and clippings, 1940-1941

Folder 2

"The Bible of Despots," 1941. Comments on Machiavelli, The Prince. Typescripts

Folder 3

"American Trade Unions and the Socialist Idea," 1941. Notes, typescript, and letter, 1941

Folder 4

Untitled statement relating to the German invasion of the Soviet Union, 1941 Aug. 11. Typescript

Folder 5

"God Sees the Truth," Harpers, 1941 March. Typescripts, proofs, letters, biographical sketch, and invoice, 1940-1941

Folder 6

"The War and the Poets," 1941 March 31. Review of Oscar Williams, ed., New Poems, 1940: An Anthology of British and American Verse. Typescript, clippings, notes of interviews with Williams, and letters, 1940-1941

Folder 7

"Champion of Freedom," 1941 May. Typescript and letters, 1941

Folder 8

Review of Upton Sinclair, Between Two Worlds, Decision, 1941 July. Typescript

Folder 9

"Biographical Films," 1941 Sept. Typescripts, notes, clippings, galley proofs, and correspondence, 1939-1941

Folder 10

"They Support the Soviet Union," Soviet Russia Today, 1941 Sept. Typescript, printed copy, and letters, 1941

Folder 11

Letter to the editor, New Republic, 1941 Sept. 1. Printed copy

Folder 12

Review of Jerome Mellquist, The Emergence of an American Art, ca. 1942. Typescript

Folder 13

Review of Constance Rourke, The Roots of American Culture, ca. 1942. Typescript

Folder 14

"How to Save Your Money," 1942 June 5. War bond promotional. Typescript and letters, 1942

Folder 15

"Stabilization of Russian Revolution," 1942 Oct. 19. Report prepared for Fortune magazine. Letters, manuscript corrections, and mimeograph copy, 1942

Folder 16

Review of Arthur Koestler, Arrival and Departure, ca. 1943. Typescript

Folder 17

Review of Anna Louise Strong, Wild River, ca. 1943. Typescript

 

Never Call Retreat, 1943

 

Correspondence.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters by Floyd Dell, King Gordon, Piet Mondrian, Scott Nearing, Upton Sinclair, Agnes Smedley, Norman Thomas, Freda Utley, Ella Winter and others
Folder 18

1941-1943 April

Box 112, Folder 1

1943 May-1963

Folder 2-14

Drafts

Box 113, Folder 1-6

Drafts

Box 114, Folder 1-4

Drafts

Folder 5

Notes and miscellany

Box 115, Folder 1-17

Notes and miscellany

Folder 18

Reviews and promotional material

Box 116, Folder 1

Memorandum on Russia, 1943 Feb. 23. Typescript

Folder 2

Interview, "Books are Bullets" (radio program), ca. 1943 May. Broadcast transcript and correspondence with Bennett Cerf and another, 1943

Folder 3

"The Great Adventure," 1943 June. Typescript screenplay

Folder 4

"The Search for Ancestors," PM, 1943 June 7. Printed copy

Folder 5

"Messiah and Hero in History," 1943 June 27. Review of Wilson D. Wallis, Messiahs, and Sidney Hook, The Hero in History. Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1943

Folder 6

"Melodrama and Metaphysics," New Republic, 1943 Aug. 9. Review of Hermann Borchardt, The Conspiracy of Carpenters: Historical Accounting of a Ruling Class. Typescript, letter, and printed copy, 1943

Folder 7

"The Strange Death of Dr. Plantagenet," 1943 Sept. Clipping, letters, and typescripts, 1943

Folder 8

Review of Paul Hughes, Retreat from Rostov, Tomorrow, 1943 Nov. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 9

Review of Martin Flavin, Journey in the Dark, Tomorrow, 1943 Dec. Notes, typescript, and printed copy

Folder 10-14

"Information, Please," 1943 Dec.-1945 June. Contribution to a weekly radio program. Correspondence, proposed questions, guest biographies, material relating to a projected almanac, memoranda, printed matter, and miscellany, 1943-1945.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to Freeman's U.S.O. trip to Europe in 1945
Box 117, Folder 1-2

"Information, Please"

Folder 3

Review of Frank Bailey, It Can't Happen Here Again, 1944? Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence with Bailey, 1944-1945

Folder 4

"The Great Promise," Tomorrow, 1944 Jan. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 5

Review of Joshua Trachtenberg, The Devil and the Jews, Tomorrow, 1944 April. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 6

Review of Walter Duranty, U.S.S.R.: The Story of Soviet Russia, 1944 April 16. Letter and typescript, 1944

Folder 7

Review of Wanda Wasilewska, The Rainbow, Tomorrow, 1944 June. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 8

"Summer Afternoon," Tomorrow, 1944 Aug. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 9

Review of Harold Laski, Faith, Reason and Civilization, Tomorrow, 1944 Sept. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 10

Review of Will Durant, Caesar and Christ: A History of Roman Civilization and of Christianity from Their Beginnings to A.D. 325. Typescript and letter, 1944 Oct. 15

Folder 11

Review of Theodor Reik, A Psychologist Looks at Love, Tomorrow, 1944 Nov. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 12

Review of Claude Bowers, The Young Jefferson, 1945? Typescript, printed copy, and letter, 1945

Folder 13

Review of Ernst Cassirer, An Essay on Man, Tomorrow, 1945 Feb. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 14

Review of Mary Column, From These Roots, Tomorrow, 1945 March. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 15

Review of Harry Slochower, No Voice is Wholly Lost, 1945 April 20. Typescript and letter to Norman Cousins, 1945

Folder 16

Review of Louis Kronenberger, Reader's Companion, 1945 May. Typescript and correspondence, 1945

Box 118, Folder 1

"Russia and the U.S.," Life, (?) 1945 Summer? Notes, letters, typescript, proofs, miscellany, correspondence, and printed copy, 1945

Folder 2

"U.S.S.R.--The Early Days," Nation, 1945 Sept. 29. Review of Simon Liberman, Building Lenin's Russia. Typescript and printed copy

Folder 3

"You Wouldn't Think There's a War Going On," 1945 Fall. Short story. Typescript

Folder 4

"America's Homesick Army," Nation, 1945 Oct. 27-Nov. 3 (two parts). Typescripts, printed copies, and letters, 1945-1946

Folder 5

"An Hour with Richard Strauss," 1946 Jan. Typescripts

Folder 6

Review of Bertrand Russell, A History of Western Philosophy, Tomorrow, 1946 Feb. Typescript, letter, and printed copy, 1945-1946

Folder 7-8

"So This is Love," 1946 Feb. 17. Autobiographical writing in response to publication of Ione Robinson's memoir, A Wall to Paint On. Typescript and reviews of Robinson's book, 1946

Folder 9

Review of Lewis Mumford, Essays, Addresses, and Letters on Politics and Education, 1946 March 24. Typescript

 

The Long Pursuit, 1947

Box 119, Folder 1

Correspondence, 1947-1949

Folder 2-7

Drafts and fragments

Box 120, Folder 1-5

Drafts

Folder 6

Galley proofs

Box 121, Folder 1-2

Galley proofs

Folder 3-6

Notes and background material. Notebooks and a journal relating to Freeman's trip to Europe with the U.S.O. in 1945

Folder 7

Promotional material and reviews

Box 122, Folder 1

Review of Dorothy Speare, Spring on Fifty-Second Street, 1947. Typescript and correspondence with Speare and another, 1947-1948

Folder 2

"The Triumph of Life," 1947 (co-authored with Herbert Kline). Proposed screenplay. Typescripts, outline, letters, and notes, 1947

Folder 3

"Spring Came on Forever [1947]," 1947 June. Outline for a novel. Typescripts

Folder 4

Comment on James Farrell, Literature and Morality, 1947 Aug. 20. Typescript notes

Folder 5

"Background of American Liberalism and Socialism," 1947 Nov. 21. Typescript fragments

Folder 6

"The Jaguar," 1948. Notes for a short story. Typescripts

Folder 7

"Born Again," 1948 April (co-authored with Herbert Kline). Screenplay. Typescripts, poem, and letters, 1947

Folder 8

"The Riddle of History," 1948 May 28. Typescript outlines and notes

Box 123, Folder 1

"Variations in a Theme," 1949 Jan. 24. Short story. Typescripts

Folder 2

"The Snakepit," 1949 Jan. 31. Typescript

Folder 3

"The Silver Coin," 1949 Sept. Proposed television show. Typescript and letter, 1949

Folder 4

"The Man Who Found a Million Dollars," 1949-1950. Short story. Typescripts and letters, 1949-1950

Folder 5

"Fable," 1950 April 16. Short story. Typescript (incomplete) and letter, 1950

Folder 6

Review of Andre Malraux, The Psychology of Art, 1950 Oct. 30. Typescripts and letter, 1950

Folder 7-8

"Notes on the Psychology of Revolution," 1950 Dec. 26. Typescript

Folder 9

"The Super-Enchanted," 1951 Feb. Review of Budd Schulberg, The Disenchanted. Typescripts and letter, 1951

Folder 10

Review of Gerald Sykes, The Nice American, 1951 March 6. Typescript and letter, 1951

Folder 11

Comments on Martin Heidegger, Existence and Being, 1951 March 14. Typescript

Folder 12

"Mexico Revisited," ca. 1952. Typescript

Folder 13

Outline for a projected book on U.S.-Mexican relations, 1952. Typescript

Folder 14

"The Newberry Library Conference on American Studies," 1952 Nov. Meeting report. Typescript and letter, 1952

Folder 15

Letter to the editor, New York Post, 1953 June 25 (date written). Typescript

Folder 16

Statement to the U.S. Senate (McCarthy Subcommittee), 1953 June 30. Subpoena, letter, clipping, notes, and typescript (draft?), 1953

Folder 17

Letter to the editor, New York Post, 1954 Aug. 25 (date written). Typescript

Folder 18

"Reflections on Project X," 1954 Dec. 6. Comments on preliminary manuscript of Ted Draper, Roots of American Communism. Typescript

Folder 19

"Two Poems for Irwin Edman: 1896-1954," American Scholar, 1955 Summer. Printed copy, biographical sketch, and letters, 1954-1955

Folder 20

"Adventures of 'The Dogface Soldier,'" 1955 June. Typescripts, printed material, typescript by Bert Gold, promotional material related to the movie, To Hell and Back, sheet music of the song, "The Dogface Soldier," miscellany and correspondence with Gold, Ken Hart, and another, 1950-1957

Folder 21

Letter to the editor, Life, 1955 July 7 (date written). Relates to the song, "The Dogface Soldier." Typescript and letter, 1955

Folder 22

Memorandum on Maksim Litvinov, Notes for a Journal, 1955 Aug. Typescript and letter to Bertram Wolfe, 1955

Folder 23

"A Note on Ruthenberg," 1956 March 14. Typescript

Folder 24

"Reflections on the Great Change," 1956 May 14. Typescript

Folder 25

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, 1956 July 13. Typescript

Folder 26

"First Prelude," 1956 Aug. 28. Typescript

Folder 27

"The Tree of Knowledge," 1957 Jan. 15. Lecture, Smith College, Northampton, Mass. Holographs and typescripts

Folder 28

"Assignment," 1957 June 26. Typescripts

Folder 29

Letter to the editor, New York Times, 1956 Sept. 17 (date written). Typescript

Folder 30

"No More Death," 1957 Dec. 2. Typescript (incomplete)

Box 124, Folder 1

"A Heroine of Our Time: The Death of Hedda," 1958 Oct. 26-28. Series of letters (to Jo Herbst?). Typescripts

Folder 2

"Uncle Dennis," 1958 March. Typescripts

Folder 3

"The Vision of the Thirties," Grecourt Review, 1958 Spring. Speech, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1958 May 7. Typescripts, printed copy, and letters, 1958

Folder 4-6

"The Poet Pure and Undefiled," 1958 June-Aug. Epistolary memoir. Typescript

Box 125, Folder 1-2

"The Poet Pure and Undefiled"

Folder 3

"Existentialism: What Is It All About?" 1958 Oct. 19. Review of William Barrett, Irrational Man: A Study in Existential Philosophy. Typescripts, letters, and printed copy, 1958

 

"Hurrah for Everything! A Corrido by Miguel de Molinos," 1958-1963. Short version published in the Socialist Call, 1958 June. Although this is essentially a poetical work, it is included in this series because of its relation (as precursor?) to "Paradise Forever," "The Princess and the Frog," and "The Joyous Lake"

Scope and Content Note

Includes a preliminary version (?) entitled "The Titans"
Folder 4

General. Correspondence and miscellany, 1960-1961

Folder 5-7

Drafts.

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes, fragments, and miscellaneous typescripts
Box 126, Folder 1-6

Drafts

Box 127, Folder 1-6

Drafts

Box 128, Folder 1-5

Drafts

Box 129, Folder 1

Drafts

Folder 2-3

Final drafts?

 

"Hurrah for Everything! A Corrido by Miguel de Molinos"

Folder 4

Printed copy

 

"Paradise Forever" 1958-1963. Allegorical novel related to "Hurrah for Everything," "The Princess and the Frog," and "The Joyous Lake"

Folder 5-6

General. Correspondence, introductions, and outlines, 1961-1964

 

Drafts

Box 130, Folder 1-7

General

Box 131, Folder 1-5

General

Box 132, Folder 1-6

General

Box 133, Folder 1-5

General

Box 134, Folder 1-6

General

Box 135, Folder 1-5

General

Folder 6-7

Final

Box 136, Folder 1-2

Final

Folder 3-10

Notes and fragments

Box 137, Folder 1-9

Notes and fragments

Box 138, Folder 1-8

Notes and fragments

Box 139, Folder 1-4

Notes and fragments

 

"The Princess and the Frog," 1958-1962.

Scope and Content Note

NOTE: This manuscript is very similar to "Paradise Forever," but seems to have been developed concurrently with that work; also related to "Hurrah for Everything!" and "The Joyous Lake"
Box 140, Folder 1

General. Outlines

Folder 2-21

Drafts

Box 141, Folder 1-9

Drafts

Folder 10-11

Fragments and notes

Box 142, Folder 1

"The Wheel," 1959 Jan. 9. Typescript

Folder 2

"Pasternak and Mayakovsky," 1959 April 7. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 3

"The Wild Geese," 1959 April 15. Contribution to a panel discussion. Clipping, notes, and typescripts, 1959

Folder 4

"The Best of All Possible Worlds," 1959 April 18. Contribution to a symposium at the Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois. Typescripts

 

"A Quiet Weekend," 1959 Aug. Autobiographical fiction

Folder 5-9

General. Notes, fragments, and miscellaneous typescripts

Folder 143

Drafts

Folder 1-5

General

Box 144, Folder 1-2

Final

 

"Joyous Lake," 1959-1964. Allegorical novel related to "Paradise Forever," "The Princess and the Frog," and "Hurrah for Everything!"

Folder 3-5

General. Notes, fragements, and miscellaneous typescripts

Box 145, Folder 1-5

Drafts and fragments

Box 146, Folder 1-5

Drafts and fragments

Box 147, Folder 1-4

Drafts and fragments

Box 148, Folder 1

Drafts and fragments

Folder 2-5

Final draft

Box 149, Folder 1

"The Elusive Horizon," 1960. Typescripts and holographs

Folder 2

Notes on Donald Drew Egbert, Communism, Radicalism, and the Arts, 1960 Jan. 3. Typescripts

Folder 3

"The Artist and the Twentieth Century Revolution," 1960 Jan. 9. Notes on Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, Moholy-Nagy: Experiment in Totality. Typescripts

Folder 4

"Love is Always the Beginning," 1960 March 10. Typescripts

Folder 5

"The Smith Girls, the Beatniks, and the Soviet Union," 1960 April 5. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 6

"Spanish Letters," 1960 April 8 (date compiled). Collection of letters from Milton Felsen, Jack Friedman and other American volunteers during the Spanish Civil War. Typescript

Folder 7

"Exile," 1960 April 12. Autobiographical writing. Typescript

Folder 8

"The State of Dissent in America," 1960 April 24. Television symposium with Daniel Aaron, Eric F. Goldman and James Wechsler. Mimeograph transcript

Folder 9

"Memo for a Literary Project," 1960 April-May. Background memorandum explaining the development of the "Joyous Lake," "Paradise Forever," "The Princess and the Frog," and "Hurrah for Everything!" Typescripts

Folder 10

"Spotlight on the Moral Slump," 1960 Aug. Review of Frank Gibney, The Operators. Typescripts and correspondence, 1960

Folder 11

Comment on Edvard Kardelj, Socialism and War, 1960 Nov. 7. Typescript

Folder 12

"Love vs. Hate," 1960 Nov. 28. Comments on the upcoming trial of Adolf Eichmann. Typescript

Folder 13

"The Absurd Adventure of an Absurd Man," 1960 Dec. 9. Autobiographical allegory. Typescript

Folder 14-15

"The Red Lion," 1960-1961. Essay collection? Notes, fragments, and typescripts

Box 150, Folder 1-3

"The Red Lion"

Folder 4

"Variations on a Theme," 1961? Typescript

Folder 5

"Eisenhower, Kennedy and Yugoslavia," 1961 June 20. Typescript and notes

Folder 6

"Death in the Morning," 1961 July. Reflections on Ernest Hemingway. Typescripts

Box 151, Folder 1

"Montage of Presuppositions," 1961 Nov. Notes and typescripts

Folder 2

Letter to the editor, ARTS Magazine, 1961 Dec. 19 (date written). Relates to the painter John Graham. Typescript, poem, and letters to Jacques Mayer, 1961

 

"The Wit and Wisdom of Francis Bacon," 1961-1963

Folder 3-8

General. Correspondence, printed material, notes, and fragments, 1955-1961

Folder 9

Draft

Box 152, Folder 1-3

"Awakening of Spring," 1962 Jan. Review of Jonak Mekas, Guns of the Trees (film). Typescripts, film script, promotional material, clippings, correspondence with Mekas and others, 1961-1962

Folder 4

"The Revival of Ernst Toller," 1962 Jan. 12. Typescript

Folder 5

"Thoughts Out of Season," 1962 Jan. 16. Written for Max Hayward and Pat Blake. Typescripts

Folder 6

"Tyranny," 1962 Jan. 31. Written for the Dissenters (discussion group). Typescripts, notes, and letters to Daniel Aaron, 1962

Folder 7

"Marx and Engels on sex, love and marriage," 1962 Feb. 17. Typescript

Folder 8

"In Memoriam: Albert Rhys Williams," 1962 March 15. Typescript and clipping (obituary by Joshua Kunitz), 1962

Folder 9

Speech, 1962 May 23. Speech prepared for Dissenters thirtieth anniversary dinner honoring Roger Baldwin. Typescripts, notes, and letters to Robert Bendiner and another, 1962

Folder 10

"Ilya Ehrenburg's Defense of Poetry," 1962 Nov.-Dec. Typescripts (fragmentary) and notes

Box 153, Folder 1

"Ilya Ehrenburg's Defense of Poetry"

Folder 2

"The Negro in Voznosensky," 1963. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 3

"The War Between Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siquieros--and Their Reconciliation," 1963 Feb. 3 Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 4

"1913," 1963 Feb. 15. Relates to modern art. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 5

"McCarthy Crusade," 1963 Feb. 17. Typescript

Folder 6

"1922-1923," 1963 Feb. 17. Relates to the Liberator. Typescript

Folder 7

"The Horizontal, the Vertical and the Diagonal as Symbols of Man's Fate," 1963 March 1. Relates to modern art. Typescript (fragmentary) and notes

Folder 8

"The Press," 1963 March 10. Remarks to a conference of high school editors. Typescript

Folder 9

Remarks at a poety reading, 1963 March 12. Typescripts

Folder 10

"Persecution and Free Thought," 1963 April 17. Typescript (fragmentary)

Folder 11

"Entuchenko," 1963 April 19. Typescript (fragmentary)

Folder 12

"Notes on Poetry," 1963 April 20. Typescript (fragmentary)

Folder 13

"The Alienation of Man," 1963 April 21. Typescript

Folder 14

"The Prelude," 1963 April 22. Speech relating to poetry. Typescripts, fragments, and letters, 1963

Folder 15

"Autumn 1940," 1963 May 29. Autobiographical fiction. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 16

"Abstract Art and the Revolution of Our Time," 1963 June 7. Typescript (incomplete)

Folder 17

"The Rainbow," New Politics, 1963 Summer. Excerpt from "Paradise Forever"? Typescripts, printed copy, miscellany, radio broadcast script, and letters, 1963

Box 154, Folder 1-2

Speech, 1963 Nov. 6. Typescripts, notes, and fragments

Folder 3

"Presuppositions," 1963 Nov. 22. Typescripts, notes, and fragments

Folder 4

Comments on the assassination of John Kennedy, 1963 Nov. 23. Typescripts and clipping, 1963

Folder 5

"Death of the President," 1963 Dec. 7. Typescripts

Folder 6

"Voyage to the Twenties," 1963-1964. Typescripts

Folder 7

"The Ghost of Mayakovsky," 1964 Feb. 23. Typescript

Folder 8

"First Meeting with Pilnyak," 1964 March 6. Typescript fragment

Folder 9

"The End of Guido Fabroni," 1964 March 25. Short story. Typescript

Folder 10

"The Wisdom Behind Symbolic Greek Shield of Athena Is Applied to Current Problems," News (Mexico City), 1964 April 5. Typescript, fragment, and printed copy

Folder 11

Speech, 1964 April 24. Prepared for presentation at Smith College. Typescript

Folder 12

"The Triumph of Time," 1964 June 3. Autobiographical writing. Typescript

Folder 13

Articles on Mexico, News (Mexico City), 1964 Nov. 1-1965 Oct. 10. Printed copies, notes, and correspondence with Alma Reed, 1964-1965

Box 155, Folder 1-2

"The Outlaw," 1964 Dec. Typescripts and fragments

Folder 3

"A Throw of the Dice," 1965. Autobiographical writing relating to Freeman's experiences in Russia and Europe in the late 1920s. Early version of "The Year of Grace"? Typescripts

Folder 4

"The Year of Grace," New Politics, 1965 Winter. Notes, typescripts, letters, and printed copy, 1963-1965

Folder 5

"Letters from Sergei Dinamov," Survey, 1965 April. Typescripts (fragmentary), printed copy, and correspondence with Walter Laqueur and another, 1963?-1965

Boxes 156-163

PUBLIC RELATIONS FILE, 1948-1965

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, press releases, printed matter, notes, biographical sketches, speeches and writings by others (sometimes drafted by Freeman), and miscellany. Arranged alphabetically by name of client organization
 

General

Box 156, Folder 1

General. Memoranda, letters, notes, printed matter, and miscellany, 1949-1956

 

Edward L. Bernays

Folder 2-4

General. Notes, resumes, printed matter, schedules, fragments of writings by Freeman, and miscellany, 1948-1952

 

Correspondence

Folder 5

General, 1948-1952

 

Bernays, Edward L. and Doris Fleishman

Folder 6-7

1941-1949 July

Box 157, Folder 1-5

1949 Aug.-1955

Folder 6

Press releases, 1948-1951. Written by Freeman and others

 

Speeches and writings.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material drafted or written by Freeman
 

Bernays, Edward L.

Box 158, Folder 1-2

General, 1943-1952

Folder 3-5

Public Relations (book), 1950-1952

Folder 6

Fleishman, Doris, 1951

Box 159, Folder 1

Edward L. Greenfield and Company. Correspondence and proposals, 1954

Folder 2-3

Executive Research (Dale Armstrong and Dave Snyder), 1950-1965

Folder 4-6

American Nurses Association. Report, letters, biographical sketch, printed matter, miscellany, and writings by Freeman, 1948-1964

Box 160, Folder 1-5

American Paper and Pulp Association. Memoranda, correspondence, notes, press releases, notes, conventional material, and writings by Freeman, 1954-1961

Box 161, Folder 1-2

Hotel accounts. Notes, letters, proposals, clipping, and writings by Freeman, 1953-1958

Folder 3-4

International Paper Company. Report, letters, speech, proposal, notes, printed matter, and writing by Freeman, 1952-1954

Folder 5

Lucy Stone League. Notes, pamphlet, speech, memoranda, and press releases, 1950-1951

Folder 6-7

Mack Trucks, Inc. Speeches, reports, press releases, memoranda, printed matter, and miscellany, 1950-1952

Box 162, Folder 1

Mack Trucks, Inc.

Folder 2-3

Moles (organization of construction engineers). Letters, printed matter, speeches and writings by Freeman and others, 1949

Folder 4

National Association of Educational Broadcasters. Printed matter, newslettesr, speeches, and letters, 1950-1952

Folder 5

National Consumer Finance Association. Questionnaire, report, printed matter, and miscellany, 1952-1956

Folder 6

Otarion, Inc. Correspondence, 1954

Folder 7

Play of the Month Guild. Printed matter, reports, notes, draft letters, ca. 1950-1951

Folder 8

Proctor and Gamble. Press releases, printed matter, and proposals, 1950-1951

Folder 9

Roosevelt, Eleanor (memoirs). Galley proofs, press releases, report, and miscellany, 1949

Box 163, Folder 1

Television Authority. Report, printed matter, press releases, and writings by Freeman, 1949-1950

Folder 2-4

Yardville, U.S.A. Press releases, memoranda, reports, printed matter, letters, and writings drafted by Freeman, 1948-1949

Folder 5

Yugoslavia. Proposal and newsletters, 1949

Boxes 164-186

SUBJECT FILE, 1915-1964

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, pamphlets, printed articles, leaflets, programs, speeches, newsletters, notes, serial issues, reports, correspondence, lists, memoranda, bulletins, book reviews, and miscellany. Arranged alphabetically by subject
 

General

Box 164, Folder 1

General. Clippings, notes, newsletters, flyers, unidentified typescript, memorandum, and miscellany, 1933-1964

Folder 2

Biographical information. List, printed matter, resumes, and eulogies, 1924-1964

Folder 3

Book reviews and bibliographies. Lists and printed matter, 1939-1963

Folder 4

Agriculture. Flyers, reports (by Freeman and others?), program, correspondence and printed material, 1931-1939.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to the organization of a milk producers cooperative in New York State
Folder 5

American Artists Congress. Minutes, conference material, printed matter, list, correspondence with Heywood Broun, Rockwell Kent and others, report, notes, statements and writings by Jose Clemente Orozco, Freeman and others, 1935-1937

Folder 6

American Artists School. Printed matter, correspondence, and writing by Freeman, 1936-1937

Folder 7

American Association of Proletarian Writers. Circulars and correspondence with M. Mendelevsky, Charles Ruthenberg and another, 1925-1926

 

American Civil Liberties Union

 

General

Folder 8-9

Correspondence, 1931-1956

Box 165, Folder 1

Non-printed matter. Memoranda, notes, reports, and miscellany, 1943-1953

Folder 2-4

Printed matter. Pamphlets, newsletters, flyers, and clippings, 1934-1964

Folder 5-6

Public Relations Committee. Agenda, minutes, memoranda, and press releases, 1948-1955

 

American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO).

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to the unity convention of 1955
Folder 7

Non-printed matter. Circular, report, miscellany, speeches and statements by Dwight David Eisenhower, Walter Reuther, Adlai Stevenson, and Robert Wagner, 1945-1955

 

Printed matter. Flyers, pamphlets, convention proceedings, report, and clippings

Folder 8

Undated

Box 166, Folder 1-3

1940-1955

Folder 4

American Jewish Committee. Pamphlets, 1948-1951

Folder 5

American League for Peace and Democracy. Program, minutes, and correspondence with William Browder and others, 1932-1940.

Scope and Content Note

Includes American Committee for the World Congress Against War, the American Committee Against Fascist Oppression in Germany, the American League Against War and Fascism, and other related organizations. SEE ALSO: Barbusse, Henri
Folder 6

Anarchism and syndicalism. Printed articles, ca. 1930-1963

Folder 7

Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Bulletins, flyers, letters, press releases, report, notes, and miscellany, 1944-1947

Folder 8

Anti-Imperialist League of the United States. Newsletter, flyer, and correspondence with Conrad Komorowski, 1933-1934

Folder 9

Art. Printed matter, flyers, catalogs, and correspondence

 

1931-1945

Box 167, Folder 1

1946-1964

Folder 2

Authors League of America. Correspondence and miscellany, 1938-1946

Folder 3

Ballet. Program and holograph production scenario, n.d.

Folder 4

Barbusse, Henri. Clippings, flyer, miscellany, correspondence with H. W. L. Dana, Robert Morss Lovett, Joseph Pass and others, speeches by Dana and Barbusse (translated and edited by Freeman?), 1933-1936

Folder 5

Beck, George. Mimeograph copy of "Take a Letter, Darling," (fiction writing), n.d.

Folder 6

Bennett, Orson. Typescript copy of "The Philistine and the Fool," (fiction writing), n.d.

Folder 7

Bodenheim, Max. Clippings, 1954

Folder 8

Bonaparte, Jerome. Extensive notes by Freeman, n.d.

Folder 9

Bonaparte, Napoleon. Printed article and correspondence, 1955-1956

Folder 10

Boys High School. Correspondence, printed material, and report, 1944-1955

Box 168, Folder 1-4

Browder, Earl. Clippings and writings by Browder, including typescript copies of "Is Planning Possible Under Capitalism?" (with George Soule), "Relations Between the American Communist Party and the Communist International," "Some Notes on the Revaluation of Stalin," "Memo on the Communist Impact on American Literature," "Marxism and America," "Socialism in the Sixties," "On the Sino-Soviet Conflict," and mimeograph copies of "In Defense of Communism Against W. Z. Foster's 'New Route to Socialism,'" "Keynes, Foster and Marx" (2 vols.), "The Meaning of MacArthur," "Should America Be Returned to the Indians?" and "Karl Marx and America," 1927-1963

Folder 5

Burnham, James. Transcribed article and typescript copy of a letter to the editor by Burnham, 1947

Folder 6

Calverton, V. F. Printed articles by Calverton and others, 1927-1933

Folder 7

Chambers, Whittaker. Interview, writings by Chambers, and clippings, 1950-1961.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: Hiss, Alger
Folder 8

China. Correspondence, printed matter, and pamphlet, 1934-1961

Folder 9

Civil liberties. Press release, letter, report, legal documents, and printed matter, 1918-1957.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: American Civil Liberties Union
Folder 10

Civil rights. Speech, letter, and printed matter, 1932-1958

Folder 11

Clark, Judith. Typescript copy of "The Road," (fiction) 1963

Box 169, Folder 1

Columbia University. Correspondence, newsletters, printed matter, and writing by Freeman? 1944-1964

Folder 2

Communism. Pamphlet, clippings, and mimeograph report, 1926-1959

 

Communism--United States.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: Espionage
Folder 3

Non-printed matter. Notes, reports, miscellany, printed issuances and correspondence with members of the Communist Party, U.S.A. and others, 1926-1956

Folder 4-7

Printed matter. Newsletters, clippings, pamphlets, convention bulletin, and flyer, 1928-1958

Folder 8

Communism in education. Meeting memoranda, government reports, and printed matter, 1940-1953

Folder 9

Communism in literature and art. Correspondence, prospectus, typescript report entitled "Problems of the Cultural Front," printed matter, pamphlets by Mike Gold and others, 1933-1964.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: John Reed Clubs
Box 170, Folder 1

Communist International (Comintern). Convention material, pamphlet, minutes, and printed matter, 1921-1963

Folder 2

Coplon, Judith. Clippings, 1949

Folder 3

Cuba. Broadcast transcript, flyers, notes, printed matter, and typescript reports, including Juan Bosch, "Batista Wins Again," 1944?-1961

Folder 4

Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Peace. Form letters, 1949

Folder 5

Dell, Floyd. Correspondence with S. Thomas Tanselle, 1959

Folder 6

Dissenters (organization). Correspondence and announcements, 1941-1964

Folder 7

Dos Passos, John. Correspondence and printed writings by Dos Passos, Michael Gold and others, 1933-1963

Folder 8

Eastman, Max. Printed matter, including writings by Eastman, Joshua Kunitz, Romain Rolland and others, and typescript writings by Eastman, including "A Reply to My Official Critics," and a letter to the editor of Nation, 1918-1956

Folder 9

Economics. Pamphlets, flyers, speech, reports, newsletter, and typescript copies of Harry Jerome, "Measurement of Productivity Changes and the Displacement of Labor," Lewis L. Lorwin, "Some Political Aspects of Economic Planning," Walter E. Spahr, "Bank Failures in the United States," 1931-1957

Folder 10

Eichmann, Adolf. Clippings, 1960-1961

Folder 11

Eisler, Hanns. Flyer and clipping, 1947-1948

Folder 12

Erskine, Dorothy. Proof copy of The Crystal Boat (fiction), 1946

Folder 13

Espionage. Clippings and printed transcripts and reports, 1939-1957

Box 171, Folder 1

Fascism. Printed matter and typescript writings, including a letter to the editor by Lawrence Dennis, 1916-1949

Folder 2

Fast, Howard. Clippings, 1957-1958

Folder 3

Faulkner, William. Clippings, 1951-1961

Folder 4

Film and photography. Correspondence, report, newsletter, printed matter, and flyers, 1931-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to the Film and Photo League
Folder 5

Fourth International. Election material, printed matter, and flyers, 1940-1962. Primarily relates to the Socialist Workers Party

Folder 6

Friends of the Soviet Union. Correspondence and flyer, 1933-1936

Folder 7

Fund for the Republic. Report and clipping, 1953-1955

Folder 8-9

Germany. Pamphlets (in German), flyer, correspondence, unidentified typescript writings, mimeograph copy of "A New Start: Fascism or Socialism," and Karl Von Wiegand, "Report on the Blood Purge of June 30, 1934," 1932-1962

Folder 10

Hemingway, Ernest. Clippings, and cover letters with a biographical typescript by Bill Smith, 1941-1961

Folder 11

Hervey, Harry. Mimeograph copy of "Shanghai Express," (movie scenario?) n.d.

Box 172, Folder 1

Hiss, Alger. Clippings, 1949-1950

Folder 2

History. Printed matter and miscellany, 1951-1964

Folder 3

India. Newsletters, correspondence, printed matter, and miscellany, 1930-1962.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to the India League of America
Folder 4

Institute of Pacific Relations. Letters and printed hearing transcript, 1933-1952

Folder 5-6

International Bureau of Revolutionary Literature. Correspondence with Sergei Dinamov and others, program statements, bulletins, resolutions, and notes, 1930-1934.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to the Kharkov Conference (1930 November)
Folder 7

Jews and Jewish organizations. Correspondence, notes, and printed matter, 1933-1964

Folder 8

John Reed Clubs. Memoranda, reports (by Freeman and others?), minutes, circulars, conference material, bulletins, printed matter, and correspondence with Alan Calmer, Oakley Johnson, Bernhard J. Stern and others, 1932-1935

Box 173, Folder 1

Journalism. Lists, letter, clippings, and a proposal for a children's newspaper, ca. 1933-1961

Folder 2

Kempton, Murray. Writings by Kempton, 1955

Folder 3

Korea. Pamphlet and flyers, 1952

Folder 4

Labor. Letters, printed matter, flyers, conference material, and a mimeograph copy of Al Nash, "Some Views on the Trade Union Movement Today," 1925-1959.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: AFL-CIO
Folder 5

Lamont, Corliss. Circular, writings by Lamont, and printed matter, 1953-1962

Folder 6

Latin America. Flyer, notes by Freeman, and printed matter, including a pamphlet by Romulo Betancourt, 1937-1955

Folder 7-10

League of American Writers. Reports, conference material, agenda, minutes, memoranda, speeches and statements (by Freeman and others?), notes, flyers, lists, printed matter, and correspondence with Alan Calmer, Franklin Folsom, Louis Gibarti, Henry Hart, David Ogden Stewart, Ernst Toller and others, 1935-1941

Folder 11

League of Professional Groups [for Foster and Ford]. Correspondence, memorandum, notes, and printed matter, 1932-1933

Box 174, Folder 1

Lerner, Max. Writings, 1948-1961

Folder 2

Liga de Escritores y Artistas Revolucionarios (LEAR). Conference material, typescript speeches by Waldo Frank, Joe Jones, and Juan Marinello, printed matter, a typescript copy of Charmion von Wiegand, "Report on the LEAR Congress," and correspondence with Julio de la Fuente, Enrique Gonzalez Aparicio, Juan Marinello and others, 1934-1937

Folder 3-4

Literature. Letter, clippings, and writings, including a typescript copy of Eugene Lyons, "Popular American Periodical Literature," ca. 1930-1963

Folder 5-7

Litvinov, Ivy and Maksim. Clippings, notes, miscellany, letter, drawings by Ivy Litvinov and another, writings by Ivy Litvinov, and extensive notes by Freeman, 1933-1961

Box 175, Folder 1

McCarthy, Joseph. Clippings, newsletters, and circular, 1953-1954

Folder 2

Mailer, Norman. Clippings, 1962

Folder 3

Mancisidor, Jose. Typescript copy of "De una madre espanola," 1937

Folder 4

Mann, Thomas. Program, clipping, pamphlet, and correspondence with Freda Kirchwey and Robert Sherwood, 1940-1945

Folder 5

Marcantonio, Vito. Clippings, statement by Marcantonio, and election material, 1950-1954

Folder 6

Melville, Herman. Proof copy of Jay Leyda, The Melville Log, 1951

Folder 7-9

Mexico. Pamphlets, printed matter, memorandum, questionnaire, notes, typescript writings by others, including M. Diaz Ramirez, "La Tayectoria economica de una comunidad agraria y el nuevo metodo de explotacion colectiva ejidal en la laguna," and correspondence with Alex Carrillo, Heinrich (Enrique) Gutmann, Hernan Laborde and others, 1927-1955

Box 176, Folder 1-4

Mexico

Folder 5

Mixas, Adolfas. Typescript copy of Hallelujah the Hills, (film script), press release, printed matter, and letter by Mixas, 1963

Folder 6

Modotti, Tina. Pamphlet (in Spanish), 1942

Folder 7

Music. Letter and programs, 1934-1962

Folder 8

New Leader, 1950-1958. Form letters, list, and typescript public relations material developed by Freeman?

 

New Masses

 

General

Folder 9

Non-printed matter. Memoranda, minutes, reports, lists, a poem by Al Taylor, and miscellany

 

Undated

Box 177, Folder 1

1925-1939

Folder 2

Printed matter. Flyers, circulars, and printed articles, 1936-1948

 

Correspondence

Folder 3-11

General, 1925-1940. Includes correspondence with John Alroy, Michael Blankfort, Haakon Chevalier, Margaret DeSilver, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn, Michael Gold, Granville Hicks, Oakley Johnson, Freda Kirchwey, Conrad Komorowski, Joshua Kunitz, Abe Magil, Herman Michelson, Scott Nearing, Ezra Pound, Edwin Rolfe, Sam Sillen, Bernard Smith, Fay Spiro, Ruth Stout, Al Taylor and others. Also includes letter of resignation by Max Eastman and Louis Lozowick

Folder 12

Black, Helen, 1925?-1929

Folder 13

Browder, Bill, 1933-1935

Folder 14

Carmon, Walter, 1929-1931

Folder 15

Harrison, Charles Yale, 1931-1938.

Scope and Content Note

Includes report, printed articles, and statement by the New Masses editors relating to Harrison's resignation
Folder 16

Magil, Abe, 1931-1937

Folder 17

North, Joe, 1933?-1939

Folder 18

Schneider, Isidor, 1934-1936

Folder 19

Willner, George and Tiba [Garlin], 1935-1938

Box 178, Folder 1

Nomad, Max. Writings collected for a book? n.d.

Folder 2

Nuclear energy and weapons. Printed matter and miscellany, 1951-1960

Folder 3

O'Dwyer, William. Biographical sketches, memorandum, letter, election material, and clippings, 1940-1962

Folder 4

P.E.N. Correspondence and miscellany, 1943-1951

Folder 5

Pasternak, Boris. Letter, broadcast transcript, and printed matter, including an article by Pasternak, 1957-1961

Folder 6-8

Philosophy. Miscellany, printed articles by James Feibleman and others, and typescript writings by I. Rice Pereira, and another, 1924-1964

Folder 9

Pilynak, Boris. Clippings, notes, miscellany, and correspondence with Louis Fischer, Michael Korovay, Isaac Don Levine, Al Lewin, Lester Markel, Albert Parry, Ruth Raphael, Upton Sinclair and others, 1931-1933

 

Poetry

Box 179, Folder 1

General. Letters, clipings, and a mimeograph copy of Gregor Sebba, "Apple or Mirror: Truth in Poetry," 1933-1964

 

Writings by others

Folder 2-3

General, 1920-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a holograph writing by Gregory Corso
Folder 4

Hulbeck, Charles R. (Richard Huelsenbeck). Poems, pamphlet, and biographical sketch, 1950

Folder 5

Williams, Oscar. Miscellany and poems, 1940-1955

Folder 6

Poyntz, Juliet Stuart. Clipping and holograph report, 1949

Folder 7

Psychology and psychoanalysis. Letters, notes, and printed matter, 1944-1953

Folder 8-9

Refugees and exiles. Correspondence, typescript copy of "Die 'Winnipeg' Trift vergessene Juden auf Trinidad," flyers, miscellany, and Russian emigre serial issues, 1933-1951.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: CORRESPONDENCE FILE/Selva, Solomon de la
Folder 10

Refregier, Anton. Press release, correspondence with Refregier, and printed matter, 1937

Box 180, Folder 1

Religion. Printed matter, miscellany, and typescript copy of N. J. Waldorf, "Armageddon," 1941-1962

Folder 2

Ribbentrop, Joachim. Galley proofs of Paul Schwarz, This Man Ribbentrop: His Life and Times, n.d.

Folder 3-5

Rivera, Diego. Printed matter, writings by Rivera, David Alfaro Siquieros, Bertram Wolfe and others, extensive notes by Freeman, and correspondence with Louis Bunin, Pablo O'Higgins, Fay Spiro, Paca Toor and others, 1925-1956

Folder 6-7

Robinson, Ione. Drawings by Ione Robinson, clippings, and notes by Freeman, 1929-1946

Folder 8

Roosevelt, Franklin. Circular, program, pamphlet, and list, 1949

Folder 9

Rosenberg, Ethel and Julius. Clippings and pamphlet, 1951-1954

Box 181, Folder 1

Roumain, Jacques. Correspondence, 1939

Folder 2-3

Science and medicine. Printed matter, pamphlet relating to Albert Schweitzer (in German), notes, and program, 1941-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material relating to proposed national health insurance
Folder 4

Sinclair, Upton. Leaflet, printed writing, and a mimeograph copy of "He Loved the Queen" (unpublished play script?) by Sinclair, and correspondence with Oscar Cargill, 1938-1963

Folder 5-6

Socialism. Pamphlets, letters, flyers, printed matter, election material, typescript copy of "Manifesto of the Democratic Socialist Party," mimeograph copies of Jack Cypin, "Capitalism and Socialism: A Problem of Semantics," "Planning and Automation," and "Planning for Freedom," Arthur Field, "The Future of Urban Living Under Democratic Socialism," Erich Fromm, "A Socialist Manifesto and Program" (with notes, drafts, and comments by others), Michael Harrington, "The New Programs of the Austrian, German and British Parties," Francis Heisler, "Nature of the Socialist Society," Warren Morse, "Socialism--1959," Mulford Sibley, "The Attitude of Socialism to Industrialism and Technology" and "The Socialist Attitude to War and Defense," Harry Siitonen, "The Negro on the American Political Scene," 1945-1964. Primarily relates to the Socialist Party-Social Democratic Federation

Folder 7

Soviet Russia Today. Correspondence and printed matter, 1934-1939

 

Soviet Union

 

General

Folder 8

Non-printed matter. Memorandum, letter, notes, reports, press releases, typescript copies of George S. Counts, "Economic Planning in the Soviet Union," Simon Liberman, "Building Lenin's Russia," and Louis Nizer, "What to Do With Russia," 1931-1959

Box 182, Folder 1

Non-printed matter

Folder 2-6

Printed matter. Clippings, pamphlets, reports, commemorative booklet, and miscellany

 

1919-1964

Box 183, Folder 1

Film. Printed matter, including an AMKINO brochure, notes (in English and Russian), a typescript copy of Sergei M. Eisenstein, "The General Line," and correspondence with Marie Seton relating to Eisenstein, 1948-1951.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: Photographs
 

Literature and art

Folder 2

Correspondence, 1927-1957.

Scope and Content Note

Includes the U.S.S.R. Society of Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, Literaturnaya Gazeta, Soviet Information Bureau, Scholarly-Research Institute of Foreign Bibliography, the Union of Soviet Writers and others
Folder 3

Non-printed matter. List of authors, typescript copies of A. Lejnev, "Belles-Lettres," Vsevold Meyerhold, "Akter budushchego," "V Uzbekgoskino," and a review of Aleksandr Tairov, Zapiski rezhissera, Alexander Serafimovitch, "Criticism by the Masses" (translated by Freeman?), a commentary on the staging of a play, "Rychi, Kitai!" at the Meyerhold Theatre, "Proletarian Culture," and other unidentified writings, letter, and notes, 1921-1933

Folder 4-7

Printed matter. Clippings, speech by N. Khrushchev, program, printed articles, and pamphlets (in Russian) of both literary and artistic works, including a biography of Vsevold Meyerhold, 1921-1963

Folder 8

Moscow Trials. Clippings, letter to the editor, mimeograph copy of "An Outline on Counter-Revolutionary Trotskyism," printed matter relating to the Zinoviev et al. and Radek-Piatokov trials, 1936-1938

Box 184, Folder 1

Spain. Pamphlets, correspondence with Milton Felsen and others, speech by Manuel Azana, newsletters (Volunteer for Liberty), clippings, statements prepared for the New Masses by Andre Malraux, Ludwig Renn and another, and a holograph copy of "Lincoln Battalion Laughs," 1937-1940.

Scope and Content Note

SEE ALSO: CORRESPONDENCE FILE/Friedman, Jack and Rolfe, Edwin; SPEECHES AND WRITINGS (PROSE) FILE/"Spanish Letters," 1960
Folder 2

Speare, Dorothy. Memorial printed matter, 1951

Folder 3

Steffens, Lincoln. Letter and typescript anecdote, 1961

Folder 4

Strong, Anna Louise. Newsletters and printed matter, 1949-1953

Folder 5

TASS. Clippings, notes, and correspondence with Kenneth Durant, Harry Freeman, and Bessie Weissman, 1925-1954

 

Theatre and drama

Folder 6-7

General. Programs, clippings, letters, typescript report, "Proposal for a Workers Theatre," a mimeograph copy of Richard Collins and Anne Greene, "See What I Mean," and other unidentified writings by others, 1932-1956

Folder 8

New Theatre League. Program, correspondence with Herb Kline and others, serial issue, and a typescript copy of Michael Blankfort, "Facing the New Audience: Sketches Toward an Aesthetic for the Revolutionary Theatre," 1933-1937

Folder 9

Poets' Theatre. Memorandum, letters by Maria Piscator, program, notes, and press release, 1948

Folder 10

Theatre Guild. Correspondence with Ruth Benedict and another, 1925

Folder 11

Theatre Union. Clippings, correspondence with Sylvia Fenningston, Margaret Larkin, Paul Peters, Charles Walker and others, memoranda by Manuel Gomez and Liston Oak, typescript copies of "The Theatre Union Presents--A Prospectus for a Workers' Theatre," and "Theatre of the Trade Unions," and a mimeograph draft copy of Bertold Brecht, "Mother," 1933-1936

Folder 12

United Nations Theatre. Notes, n.d.

Folder 13

Workers Laboratory Theatre. Correspondence with Stephen Karnot, 1935

Folder 14

Toller, Ernst. Letters to Toller and another, clippings, typescript report, and a poem relating to Toller's suicide, 1925-1940

Folder 15

Tresca, Carlo. Form letter and clippings relating to the death of Tresca, 1943-1949

Box 185, Folder 1

Trotsky, Leon. Printed matter, writings by Trotsky, bulletin, letter, and sketch of Trotsky, 1925-1960

Folder 2

U-2 incident. Clippings, 1960

Folder 3

United Services Organization (U.S.O.). Clippings and mimeograph copy of Carl C. Gray, "The Outskirts of Civilization (and the Underskirts, Too)," 1945

Folder 4

United States--Politics and government. Election material, printed matter, letters, and mimeograph copy of Stanley Pargellis, "The Tradition of Conservatism in America," 1933-1961

Folder 5

Von Wiegand, Charmion. Programs, typescript copies of one-act plays by von Wiegand, and printed articles written by von Wiegand in Moscow, 1926-1941

Folder 6

Von Wiegand, Karl. Press release, correspondence, clippings, typescript and printed writings by von Wiegand, and will, 1928-1961

Folder 7

Wallace, Henry A. Clippings, speech, and printed article by Wallace, 1942-1950

Folder 8

Webb, Beatrice and Sidney. Printed matter and typescript play script (incomplete), ca. 1963

Box 186, Folder 1

Webb, Beatrice and Sidney

Folder 2

Wilson, Edmund. Printed matter, 1940-1943

Folder 3

Wittfogel, Karl. Printed articles, 1930?-1953

Folder 4

Women. Clippings, letters, and miscellany, 1949-1963

Folder 5

Workers education. Correspondence and typescript report, 1923-1933

 

Works Progress Administration. Federal Art Project

Folder 6

General. Newsletters, flyer, drawings and typescript writings (by Charmion von Wiegand?), clippings, letter, and statement by Paul Block, 1936-1940

Folder 7

Design Laboratory (program). Reports, press releases, biographical sketches, leaflets, and letter, 1936-1937

Folder 8-11

World politics. Memorandum, letters, pamphlets, clippings, press release, report, bulletins, statement by Benjamin Ginzburg, typescript book draft (incomplete) by R. D. Warth, and a typescript copy of Salvador Mendoza, "Monroe Doctrine and Fascist Holy Alliance," 1915-1963

Folder 12

World War, 1939-1945. Pamphlets, clippings, reports, newsletter, and miscellany, 1940-1964

Folder 13

Young Communist League. Correspondence, pamphlet, and speeches, 1938-1943

Boxes 187-189

CARD FILE, ca. 1940-1960.

Scope and Content Note

Notes, name cross references, quotes, and miscellany relating to the career of Joseph Freeman
Box 187-189

Includes notes, name cross references, quotes, and miscellany

Box 190

OVERSIZE MATERIALS, 1954-1962.

Scope and Content Note

Drawings by Joseph Freeman and others?
Box 190

Drawings by Joseph Freeman and others?

Record cabinet

PHONORECORDS, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Two records of song and poetry by others
record-cabinet Record cabinet

Four sound recordings of the song "Dogface Soldier" undated

Access Information

Use copy reference number: 80159_a_0002984

Scope and Content Note

DOGFACE SOLDIER (Gold-Hart)/ 1. Fred Waring Orchestra/2. Echo Valley Boys/3. Mark Warnow-excerpt/4. 3rd Division Band. 1 disc
record-cabinet Record cabinet

Sound recording of Gene Derwood reading her poetry

Photo file; Album shelf; Slide cabinet

PHOTOGRAPHS, 1920s-1960

Scope and Content Note

914 prints, 31 postcards and 22 slides depicting Joseph Freeman and others, including Henri Barbusse, Earl Browder, Max Eastman, Sergei Eisenstein, Louis Fischer, Ivy Litvinov, Vsevold Meyerhold, Tina Modotti, Red Motley, Jose Clemente Orozco, Boris Pilnyak, Harry Truman, and Oscar Williams, and views of Mexico, Italy, Sudan, Hungary, and the Soviet Union.SEE photocard catalog for detailed description
Envelope A-B

49 prints depicting the Freeman family to 1954

Envelope C-D

57 prints and 12 duplicates depicting Joseph Freeman, 1920's (?) to 1951

Envelope E

18 prints and 3 duplicates depicting Joseph Freeman with others, 1924-1957

Envelope F-G

13 prints and 11 duplicates taken by Tina Modotti, including two inscribed by her, depicting Joseph Freeman and Ione Robinson, a cover for the New Masses, and a puppet maker, 1929

Envelope H

36 prints depicting Ione Robinson in Mexico and elsewhere, including four inscribed to Freeman, 1927-1943

Envelope I

23 prints and 1 duplicate depicting Freeman and others and scenes in Mexico, including two prints depicting Tina Modotti, (one photographed by Edward Weston); 1 print of Josi Clemente Orozco; and 1 inscribed print by Ione Robinson depicting a Diego Rivera mural, 1929

Envelope J

7 prints depicting participants at the Congress of Mexican Artists and Writers, 1937

Envelope K

19 prints and 1 duplicate depicting Joseph Freeman with others in New York, including the staff of the New Masses, 1931(?); and unidentified people and places in New York, 1930

Envelope L

7 prints depicting Charmion von Wiegand, including one photographed by Lotte Jacobi, n.d.; 2 prints depicting Freeman and Charmion, n.d. and 1962; and 5 prints of scenes of Italy, 1952

Envelope M

38 prints and 8 duplicates depicting Freeman, Charmion von Wiegand, and unidentified friends, n.d. and 1938; and their house in Accord, New York, 1934

Envelope N

28 prints depicting bomb damage and scenes of daily life in France during World War II, including one print of Freeman in uniform in France, 1945

Envelope O

15 prints depicting Freeman, Charmion von Wiegand, Ivy Litvinov, and others at a party in honor of Freeman's book, Never Call Retreat, 1943?

Envelope P

2 prints and 2 duplicates depicting banquets of the NCFA, including Freeman with others, Boston, Massachusetts, 1955, and Harry Truman with Red Motley, St. Louis, Missouri, 1953

Envelope Q

6 prints of murals from the Revere Room at the Hotel Lexington, New York City, depicting scenes of the American Revolution, including one scene with Freeman, 1937

Envelope R

10 prints and 6 duplicates depicting literary and political figures, including Henri Barbusse, Louis Fischer, Max Eastman, Oscar Williams, Earl Browder, and Karl von Wiegand, 1932-1942?

Envelope S

39 prints and 1 duplicate depicting Mr. and Mrs. Karl von Wiegand and scenes from their travels to Khartoum and Budapest, 1935-1936

Envelope T-U

25 prints depicting Ivy Litvinov, 1914-1943(?); 5 prints depicting Maxim Litvinov, n.d.; 8 prints depicting Ivy's family and friends, 1943-1960; and 3 prints depicting places in Moscow, 1931

mV

5 prints of Diego Rivera, 1935; 2 prints of Ivy Litvinov, 1943; and 2 prints of unidentified people, 1943

Envelope W-X

52 prints depicting Soviet artists and writers, including prints of Maksim Gorky and Boris Pilnyak, 1930's

Envelope Y

20 prints and 1 duplicate depicting sets of productions by Vsevolod Meyerhold and of productions staged by others at the Meyerhold Theatre, n.d.; and 1 inscribed print depicting Meyerhold, 1927

Envelope Z

20 prints depicting sets of film productions by Sergei Eisenstein, including three prints of Mexican people in costumes photographed by Eisenstein, 1937; and 1 of Eisenstein and others in Mexico, 1937

Envelope AA-BB

64 prints depicting sets of Russian film productions and performers, including twenty prints for Peter the Great, n.d.

mCC

5 prints depicting scenes from the film Storm Over Asia by V. Pudovkin, n.d.

Envelope D

6 prints depicting Soviet and other art, n.d. and 1927

Envelope EE

6 postcards and 2 duplicates depicting posters and people during the Spanish Civil War

Envelope FF

5 prints and 2 negatives of schools in Manzanillo designed by architect Carlos LeDuc, n.d.

Envelope GG

10 prints of political art depicting workers, 1930's; 2 prints of demonstrations in Tampa? Florida, n.d.; and 3 prints of workers and scenes in Duluth, Minnesota, 1931

Envelope HH

6 prints depicting store displays of Davidson Bakeries, Chicago, and Gimble Brothers, Philadelphia, 1949

Envelope II

15 prints and 12 postcards depicting Russian ethnic musicians, buildings, and scenes in Russia; and 1 print of Lenin, n.d.

Envelope JJ

15 miscellaneous prints and 13 postcards depicting various people and places, including churches in Russia and the Moles Annual Award Dinner, 1949

Envelope KK-NN

114 prints and 1 duplicate depicting unidentified friends, 1926-1953

fOO

One album containing 149 prints depicting Joseph Freeman, his family, and friends

Slide Box 1

22 Slides depicting various photographs and box 1 documents in the Freeman collection. undated