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McDonald, James G., 1947

 

Macdonald, Margaret, 1956

 

McDonald, Robert E., 1963

 

McDowell, Arthur G., 1951-1966

 

McDowell, Janet (Mrs. Arthur G.), 1966-1968

 

McDowell, Colonel Robert, 1946-1947

Box 88

MacEachron, David W., 1973

 

McEneaney, Kathryn A., 1946

 

MacEoin, Gary, 1963

 

McGannon, Donald H., 1960

 

McGee, Senator Gale W., 1959-1972

 

McGhee, Ambassador George C., 1968-1973

 

McGinley, Father Laurence J., 1958

 

McGovern, Senator George, 1963-1965

 

McGuire, Father Frederick A., 1952-1955

 

McHale, Edward J., 1957

 

Machrowicz, Representative Thaddeus M., 1957-1962

 

McIlvaine, Robinson, 1955

 

McIntosh, Millicent C., 1958

 

McIntyre, Archbishop Francis, 1947

 

MacIver, Robert M., 1945-1949

 

McKee, Frederick C., 1946-1958

 

McKibbin, George B., 1952

 

Mackehenie, Ambassador Carlos, 1958

 

McKisson, Robert M., 1970

 

McKneally, Martin D., 1959

 

McLain, Charles Albert, 1959

 

McLaughlin, Kathleen, 1957

 

MacLean, Betsy, 1940

 

McMahon, Senator Brien D., 1945

 

McMann, Renville, 1959

 

McNamara, Francis J., 1956-1964

 

McNeil, Hector, 1947

 

Macomber, William B., Jr., 1960

 

McQuade, Mr., 1963

 

McVeigh, Charles S., 1946-1947

 

Madden, Representative Ray J., 1957

 

Magnuson, Senator Warren G., 1945-1969

 

Mahoney, Jeremiah T., 1945

 

Makaroff, Vadim S., 1946

 

Makonnen, Ambassador, 1967

 

Malik, Ambassador Charles, 1957-1958

 

Malinowski, Halina W., 1944

 

Mallory, Walter H., 1946-1958

 

Maloles, Octavio L., 1958

 

Malsin, Raphael, 1956-1973

 

Manasse, George, 1960

 

Mandel, Benjamin, 1946-1971

 

Manice, Edward A., 1952

 

Manion, Clarence, 1970

 

Manning, Bayless, 1972

 

Manning, Bishop William T., 1947

 

Mansfield, Senator Mike, 1952-1958

 

Mansfield, Captain Walter R., 1946

 

Manship, Charles P., Jr., 1958

 

Manship, Paul, 1949

 

Mantikos, Joanne, 1967

 

March, H. F., 1946

 

Marcus, Robert S., 1940

 

Mark, David, 1971

 

Markel, Lester, 1967

 

Markham, Reuben H., 1947-1949

 

Marks, Henry, 1940

 

Marquand, John, 1949

 

Marsh, Representative John O., Jr., 1967

 

Marshall, General George C., 1947-1958

 

Marshall, James, 1949

 

Marshall, Colonel Robert P., 1947

 

Marshall, Brigadier General S. L. A., 1964-1966

Box 89

Martin, David, 1946-1974

 

Martinos, Brigadier C., 1961

 

Marton, Endre, 1957

 

Marx, Leonard, 1940

 

Marx, Werner, 1968-1969

 

Masse, Father Benjamin, 1956

 

Mathias, Representative Charles McC., Jr., 1967

 

Matson, Anna Walling, 1957-1964

 

Matsudaira, Ambassador Koto, 1958

 

Matsunaga, Representative Spark M., 1970

 

Matt, Alphonse J., 1947

 

Matthews, John J., 1946

 

Matthews, T. S., 1946-1947

 

Maull, Baldwin, 1972

 

Maurer, Herrymon, 1955

 

Maury, Reuben, 1947-1969

 

Max, Alphonse, 1960

 

Maxwell, Elsa, 1941-1946

 

Maxwell, Walter C., 1966

 

Maxwell-Scott, Marie, 1946

 

May, A. Wilfred, 1958-1967

 

May, Allen E., 1949-1952

 

Maybank, Senator Burnet R., 1948-1950

 

Mayers, Henry, 1962-1966

 

Mayor, Brantz, 1940

 

Mazeika, Anthony B., Jr., 1965-1966

 

Meader, Natalie, 1949

 

Meany, George, 1956-1960

 

Mebane, Anjin, 1955

 

Melady, Thomas Patrick, 1966

 

Mendershausen, Horst, 1971

 

Menjou, Adolph, 1959

 

Menne, W. Alexander, 1961-1970

 

Mennell, Peter, 1954

 

Menninger, Dr. William C., 1958-1959

 

Merchant, Livingston, 1963

 

Merrell, Marion, 1958

 

Merski, Major Henri, 1940

 

Mertz, Joyce, 1959-1960

 

Merz, Charles, 1946-1960

 

Mesirow, Mildred Harris, 1939

 

Meskill, Representative Thomas J., 1969

 

Mesnard, Andre, 1945

 

Metcalf, M. B., 1940

 

Mewhinney, J. S., Jr., 1952

 

Meyer, Annie Nathan, 1940

 

Meyer, Cord, Jr., 1949

 

Meyer, Eugene, 1944

 

Meyer, Mrs. Eugene, undated

 

Meyer, Frank S., 1958

Box 90

Meyer, Hank, 1957

 

Meyer, J. H., 1960

 

Meyette, Grace E., 1939

 

Meyner, Governor Robert B., 1956-1961

 

Michaels, M. M., 1941

 

Middlemann, Werner, 1954

 

Mieczyslawski, Aniela, 1947

 

Milbank, Jeremiah, 1947

 

Miller, David, 1965

 

Miller, Donald L., 1965

 

Miller, Gilbert, 1941-1949

 

Miller, Lawrence K., 1944

 

Miller, Philip F., 1958

 

Miller, William, 1958-1959

 

Millis, Mabel, 1948

 

Millis, Walter, 1945-1954

 

Millman, David, 1951

 

Milton, Mrs. Rockefeller, 1946

 

Minahan, Victor I., Jr., 1958

 

Mink, Representative Patsy T., 1969

 

Minkoff, Nathaniel, 1947

 

Minow, Newton N., 1956-1958

 

Minton, Robert W., 1960-1961

 

Miriani, Mayor Louis J., 1959

 

Mitchell, Arnold, 1946

 

Mitchell, Broadus, 1946

 

Mitchell, Clarence, 1970

 

Mittelman, Hazel R., 1949

 

Moench, Karl, 1962

 

Moennig, Richard, 1954

 

Moerdler, Charles, 1967

 

Mommsen, Ernst Wolf, undated

 

Monagan, Representative John S., 1963-1970

 

Mondale, Senator Walter F., 1967

 

Monroney, Senator A. S. Mike, 1959-1966

 

Monsell, E. H., 1940

 

Monsky, Henry, 1939

 

Montias, J. Michael, 1971

 

Moore, Alexandra, 1946

 

Moore, Anthony, 1950

 

Moore, Hugh, 1962

 

Moore, James C., 1961

 

Moore, James I., 1959

 

Moore, Paula, 1965

 

Moore, Walden, 1962-1970

 

Moore, William, 1957

 

Moran, Joseph J., 1953

 

Morawetz, Marjorie, 1945-1957

 

Morawski, Ignace, 1944

 

Morehouse, L. Judson, 1961

 

Morgan, Aubrey, 1944-1950

 

Morgan, Dan, 1966

 

Morgan, Edward P., 1966

 

Morgan, Edwin D., III, 1946

 

Morgan, James K., 1961

 

Morgan, Temple E., 1946

 

Morgan, Thomas A., 1955

 

Morgan, Representative Thomas E., 1959-1963

 

Morgenstern, Oskar, 1964

 

Morgenthau, Hans J., 1964-1967

Box 91

Morley, Christopher, 1947-1949

 

Morley, Felix, 1946-1961

 

Morris, Newbold, 1941-1945

 

Morris, Page, 1960

 

Morris, Judge Robert, 1951-1958

 

Morrison, Mary P., 1960

 

Morse, John H., 1970

 

Morse, Otis B., 1959

 

Morse, Senator Wayne, 1959

 

Morton, Senator Thruston B., 1959

 

Moseley, Sydney, 1943-1945

 

Mosely, Philip E., 1949-1970

 

Moskin, J. Robert, 1971

 

Moss, Senator Frank E., 1959-1970

 

Moss, Frederick W., 1941

 

Mott, Robert L., 1972

 

Mowrer, Edgar Ansel, 1944-1962

 

Moy, Ernest K., 1952-1957

 

Moyer, Henry S., 1964

 

Moylan, Edward, 1947

 

Moynihan, Ambassador Daniel Patrick, 1956-1973

 

Mueller, Albert, 1958

 

Muhlen, Norbert, 1950-1973

 

Muhlen, Ruth Berenson (Mrs. Norbert), 1957-1970

 

Muir, Malcolm, 1944-1958

 

Muller, Steven, 1965-1967

 

Multer, Representative Abraham J., 1967

 

Mumford, Lewis, 1940

 

Mundt, Senator Karl E., 1947-1970

 

Muni, Paul, 1949

 

Munro, Sir Leslie, 1957-1962

 

Murphy, Edwin R., 1961

 

Murphy, Senator George, 1959-1969

 

Murphy, Representative John M., 1967-1969

 

Murphy, Richard, 1960

 

Murphy, Robert, 1960-1973

 

Murray, Anna E., 1954-1955

 

Murray, Representative James C., 1956

 

Murray, Senator James E., 1945

 

Murray, Father John Courtney, 1956-1961

 

Murray, Thomas E., Sr., 1959-1960

 

Murrow, Edward R., 1947-1962

 

Muskie, Senator Edmund S., 1963

 

Mutual Co-operation League, 1963

 

Myers, Senator Francis J., 1947

 

Myers, Fred, 1956

Box 92

NBC-TV, 1963

 

Nabokov, Nicholas, 1956-1957

 

Nagorski, Zygmunt, 1970-1972

 

Nagy, Ferenc, 1961

 

Nash, Ernest T., 1952-1953

 

Nason, John W., 1957-1958

 

Nason, Robert, 1965

 

Natanson, Alexander S., 1940

 

National Information Bureau, 1959

 

Nau, Alfred, 1962

 

Nebolsine, George, 1957

 

Neilson, Francis, 1947

 

Nelson, Governor Gaylord A., 1962

 

Neske, Guenther, 1969

 

Neu, Kurt, undated

 

Neuberger, Senator Maurine B., 1961-1963

 

Neuberger, Senator Richard L., 1958-1959

 

Nevins, Allan, 1949

 

Newcomb, Elliott, 1955

 

Newcomer, Marion, 1943

 

Newman, Albert B., 1948

 

Newman, Edwin, 1971

 

New York (County). Court of General Sessions, 1951

 

New York Herald-Tribune, 1946

 

New York Post, 1947

 

New York Telephone Company, 1947

 

New York Times, 1946

 

Nichols, Doris, 1945

 

Niebieszczanski, Adam K., 1949

 

Niebuhr, Reinhold, 1946-1958

 

Niemeyer, Gerhart, 1959

 

Nikijuluw, Karel J. V., 1958

 

Niles, David, 1966-1967

 

Nisot, Ambassador Joseph, 1958

 

Nitze, Paul H., 1957-1968

 

Nixon, Vice President Richard M., 1951-1963

 

Noble, Mrs. F., 1957

 

Nolan, G., 1940

 

Nonnenmacher, Nicholas T., 1956

 

Norden, 1947

 

Nordstjernen, 1947

 

Norman, Dorothy S., 1949

 

Norrie, Christobel, 1946

 

Norstad, General Laurie, 1967-1970

 

Norton, Florence, 1954

 

Norton, George P., 1960

 

Nortz, Paul, 1948-1950

 

Notman, Arthur, 1940

 

Nott, Laurence H., 1957

 

Nouee, Countess Elizabeth de, 1973

 

Nowak, Kathryn Ellis, 1955

 

Nunez-Portuondo, Ambassador Emilio, 1958

 

Nurkiewicz, Ignaz, 1945

 

Oak, Liston M., 1944-1948

 

Oberndorf, Ludwig, 1950-1958

 

Obradovich, Milan, 1946

 

O'Brien, Father Joseph L., 1941

 

O'Brien, Morgan J., 1946

 

Ochs, Jerry, 1963

 

O'Connell, T. Bryon, undated

 

O'Connor, Basil, 1941

 

O'Connor, Edward M., 1956-1961

 

Octave, Helene, 1946

 

O'Daniel, Lieutenant General John W., 1962-1963

 

O'Donnell, James P., 1960

 

O'Donnell, Jerry, 1952

 

O'Gara, James, 1959-1962

 

Ohrbach, Jerome K., 1940

 

Okanaki, Florence, 1948

 

O'Konski, Representative Alvin E., 1945-1968

 

Oldham, Bishop G. Ashton, 1939

 

Ollenhauer, Erich, 1952

Box 93

Olmstead, William, 1940

 

O'Loane, J. Kenneth, 1946

 

Olsen, Arthur J., 1970

 

Olzog, Guenther, 1956

 

O'Neal, Michael J., 1958

 

O'Neil, James F., 1956

 

O'Neill, Hugh B., 1967

 

Oppenheim, Friedrich Carl, 1970

 

Oppenheimer, Elsbeth, 1953

 

Oppenheimer, Fritz E., 1952-1958

 

Oppenheimer, Harry, 1940

 

Oppenheimer, J. Robert, 1949

 

Oram, Harold L., 1952-1974

 

Orbey, Rauf, 1946

 

O'Reilly, Aileen, 1949

 

Oriel, Benjamin J., 1949-1969

 

Ormerod, Sir Berkeley, 1944-1961

 

Osborn, Frederick, 1940

 

Osborn, William Church, 1940

 

Osborne, Buckman, 1966

 

Osborne, James W., 1940

 

Osborne, John, 1946-1951

 

Osborne, Lithgow, 1957-1967

 

Osborne, Richard, 1957

 

Oslund, Genevieve H., 1957-1958

 

Oslyn, Jeanne, 1970

 

Ostermann, Ursula, 1951-1952

 

Ostertag, Representative Harold C., 1959

 

Ottinger, Representative Richard L., 1969

 

Otto, Egbert, 1963

 

Overseas Press Club of America, 1965

 

Overstreet, Bonaro W., 1961

 

Ozbirn, Mrs. E. Lee, 1961

 

Ozolins, Helga, 1972

 

Pace, Frank, Jr., 1960

 

Padilla, Ezequiel, 1947

 

Padover, Saul K., 1947

 

Paechter Henry M., 1958

 

Paley, William S., 1947

 

Palmer, Robert L., 1959

 

Panetta, F. J., 1947

 

Panuch, J. Anthony, 1950

 

Papantonio, Edward, 1956-1961

 

Parker, Virginia D., 1948

 

Parry, Albert, 1939-1959

 

Parsons, Edward Smith, 1939

 

Parsons, Geoffrey, 1946-1952

 

Pasztor, Thomas, 1958-1959

 

Pataky, Charles L., 1957

 

Patley, W. Garrison, 1941

 

Patsakos, Peter, 1966

 

Patten, Representative Edward J., 1970

 

Patterson, Eleanor, 1947

 

Patterson, Kenneth, 1952

 

Patterson, Margaret (Mrs. Robert P.), 1956-1962

 

Patterson, Robert P., 1946

 

Pauemann, Baroness Eva (Baroness Kurt F. J.), 1970

 

Pauemann, Baron Kurt F. J., 1970

 

Paul, Ella, 1966

 

Paulding, C. Gouverneur, 1944-1953

 

Pauls, Ambassador Rolf, 1970-1972

Box 94

Peabody, Malcolm E., 1947

 

Peabody, Samuel, 1953

 

Pechel, Peter E., 1962

 

Pecora, Judge Ferdinand, 1946-1947

 

Peeters, Paul, 1969

 

Pell, Senator Claiborne, 1963

 

Pemberton, John, 1967

 

Pennoyer, Robert M., 1960

 

Percy, Senator Charles H., 1967-1973

 

Perenyi, Etienne, 1957

 

Perkins, George W., 1953

 

Perkins, Roswell B., 1960-1961

 

Perrin, Francis, 1944

 

Perry, Ralph Barton, 1939

 

Perusse, Roland I., 1954

 

Petchey, Pauline, 1970

 

Petersen, Gustav H., 1957

 

Petersen, Peter, 1972

 

Peterson, Edna M., 1959

 

Peterson, Esther, undated

 

Petkovich, Dusan, 1959

 

Pettinger, Andrew, 1947

 

Pfaltzgraff, Robert L., Jr., 1969

 

Pfeiffer, Zoltan, 1967

 

Philbin, Representative Philip J., 1959

 

Philippa, Princess, de Braganza, 1957

 

Phillips, William C., 1947-1952

 

Picot, Ambassador Guillaume-Georges, 1958

 

Pierre, Andrew J., 1972

 

Pike, Bishop James A., 1958-1961

 

Pillen, Paul, 1939

 

Pilz, Wulf Ch., 1972

 

Pinchot, Amos, 1935-1940

 

Pinckney, Josephine, 1946

 

Pinsky, Gerald, 1968

 

Piotrow, Phyllis, 1962-1965

 

Piper, A. M., 1958

 

Pitzele, Meryln S., 1956-1962

 

Piznak, Michael, 1954

 

Place, Edward, 1946

 

Plumley, Representative Charles A., 1947

 

Podeyn, Hans, 1953

 

Poettering, Hans-Gert, 1971-1974

 

Pohle, Wolfgang, 1969-1970

 

Polanyi, George, 1956

 

Poletti, Charles, 1946-1947

 

Poling, Reverend Daniel A., 1956-1966

 

Pollock, James K., 1968

 

Pool, Rabbi David de Sola, 1946-1960

 

Pope, Gene, 1947

 

Popkin, Maxwell H., 1940

 

Porter, D. R., undated

 

Porter, W. M., 1958

 

Portnow, Solomon, 1940

 

Posadowsky-Wehner, Count Harald von, 1970-1973

 

Possony, Stefan T., 1966

 

Potter, Senator Charles, 1957

 

Potter, Neal, 1946

 

Powell, Bert, 1947

 

Powell, John B., 1945-1948

 

Powell, P. H., 1947

 

Praeger, Frederick A., 1972

 

Prendergast, William B., 1964

 

Prietzel, Nellie, 1946-1947

 

Prinz, Rabbi Joachim, 1962-1967

 

Procope, Hjalmar, 1947

 

Progresso Italo-Americano, 1947

 

Proskauer, Judge Joseph M., 1944-1947

 

Prouty, Senator Winston L., 1959-1964

 

Proxmire, Senator William, 1959-1971

 

Pucinski, Representative Roman C., 1963

 

Puckett, B. Earl, 1941

 

Puhan, Alfred, 1969

 

Pullman Company, 1946

 

Purdy, Frederick H., 1967

 

Pusta, Kaarel R., Sr., 1949

 

Quilleret, Pierre, 1942-1945

Box 95

Rabkin, Bernard, 1960

 

Radkowitz, Heide, 1972

 

Radoux, Lucien, 1957

 

Radwany, Emery L., 1946

 

Ramsey, Robert E., 1959

 

Randolph, A. Philip, 1946-1964

 

Rankine, P. Scott, 1947

 

Ranson, Carter, 1952

 

Raphael, C., 1946

 

Rauh, Joseph L., Jr., 1970

 

Rayburn, Representative Sam, 1957

 

Razey, Sylvia Wilcox, 1939

 

Reader's Digest, 1962

 

Reber, Samuel, 1958

 

Regnery, Henry, 1962

 

Rehak, Edmund, 1959

 

Reid, Fergus, Jr., 1969

 

Reid, Helen Rogers (Mrs. Ogden), 1940-1957

 

Reid, Ogden, 1951-1958

 

Reid, Richard, 1947-1948

 

Reid, Whitelaw, 1948-1957

 

Reif, P., 1940

 

Reifenberg, Jan, 1958

 

Reifferscheidt, Adolph, undated

 

Reilich, Frank J., 1946

 

Reinke, Harrison L., 1945

 

Reisin, Seymour, 1965

 

Renger, Annemarie, 1973

 

Rengo, Florence, 1949

 

Reston, James, 1966-1967

 

Reuss, Representative Henry S., 1963-1968

 

Reuter, Mayor Ernst, 1953

 

Reuther, Walter, 1944-1947

 

Revay, J., 1950

 

Revercomb, Senator Chapman, 1945

 

Revson, Mr., 1963-1964

 

Reynolds, Bruce D., Jr., 1957

 

Rhee, Syngman, 1944

 

Rhodes, Governor James A., 1970

 

Rhodes, Representative John J., 1967-1970

 

Ribicoff, Governor Abraham, 1956-1960

 

Richards, Augustus L., 1944

 

Richardson, Donavan, 1956

 

Richardson, John, Jr., 1957-1973

 

Richardson, Robert R., 1958

 

Richardson, Wayne, 1960

 

Ridder, Mrs. Robert, 1957

 

Ridder, Victor, 1944-1949

 

Riddle, Reverend Sturgis Lee, 1946-1973

 

Riddleberger, James W., 1947-1953

 

Ridgway, M. B., 1958

 

Riesel, Victor, 1945-1964

 

Riesenfeld, Victor, 1940

 

Riggs, Richard M., 1957

 

Riley, Representative John J., 1959

 

Riordan, William O., 1941

 

Riposanu, Pamfil A., 1960-1973

 

Ritchie, Ambassador C. S. A., 1958

 

Robb, Inez, 1957-1960

 

Robert, Oscar, 1965

Box 96

Robertson, Walter S., 1954-1958

 

Robinson, David, 1939-1940

 

Robinson, O. Preston, 1957

 

Robinson, Thomas P., 1963

 

Rockefeller, David, 1950-1971

 

Rockefeller, Mary (Mrs. Nelson), 1946

 

Rockefeller, Governor Nelson A., 1947-1962

 

Rodino, Representative Peter W., Jr., 1973

 

Roericht, Kitja, 1970

 

Rogers, William P., 1970

 

Rohr, Lizann, 1946

 

Romoser, George K., 1968

 

Romualdi, Serafino, 1961

 

Romulo, Ambassador Carlos P., 1955-1961

 

Rony, Vera, 1959

 

Roosevelt, Archibald B., 1946

 

Roosevelt, Belle (Mrs. Kermit), 1941-1964

 

Roosevelt, Dirck, 1950

 

Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1946-1958

 

Roosevelt, President Franklin D., 1943

 

Roosevelt, Franklin D., Jr., 1947

 

Roosevelt, Grace (Mrs. Archibald B.), 1946

 

Roosevelt, Polly (Mrs. Kermit, Jr.), 1947

 

Roosevelt, Mrs. Theodore, 1946

 

Root, Oren, Jr., 1949

 

Root, Waverly L., 1945

 

Roots, Bishop Logan, undated

 

Rosa, Sister M., 1946

 

Rose, Alex, 1945

 

Rosenberger, Carl, 1940

 

Rosenblatt, Eli, 1965

 

Rosenblatt, Maurice, 1945-1952

 

Rosenman, Judge Samuel I., 1964

 

Rosenthal, Morris S., 1946

 

Ross, Michael, 1959

 

Ross, Stanley, 1947

 

Rossel, Ambassador Agda, 1959

 

Rostow, Eugene V., 1967-1974

 

Rostow, Walt W., 1955-1967

 

Rovere, Richard, 1966

 

Rowan, Carl T., 1962

 

Rozmarek, Charles, 1944

 

Rueckriegel, Helmut, 1967

 

Rumohr, Mrs. C. von, 1950

 

Rumsfeld, Representative Donald, 1967

 

Rush, R. Jacqueline, 1967

 

Rusher, William A., 1963

 

Rusk, Dean, 1961-1965

 

Russell, Senator Richard B., 1959-1969

 

Russell, Walter, 1945

 

Rutherfurd, Guy G., 1970

 

Rutland, W. H., 1940

 

Ryan, Monsignor, undated

 

Ryan, Representative William F., 1966

 

Ryskind, Allan H., 1973

 

Ryskind, Morrie, 1959

 

Sabath, Representative A. J., undated

 

Sabin, Joseph, 1949

 

Sachs, Alexander, 1967

 

Sachs, Elliott, 1962

 

Sage, William, Jr., 1940

 

Sager, Peter, 1958

 

St. George, Representative Katharine, 1956-1964

 

Salant, Louis, 1940

 

Salin, Edgar, 1957

 

Salonen, Neil Albert, 1973

 

Salterini, John B., 1947

 

Saltonstall, Senator Leverett, 1945-1959

 

Saltzman, Charles E., 1963-1972

 

Salzmann, Richard, 1954-1965

Box 97

Samuel, Richard, 1963

 

Sanders, Bradley, 1970

 

Sargeant, Howland H., 1956-1973

 

Sarnoff, General David, 1960-1961

 

Sarre, Mary Louise, 1953

 

Sastrosatomo, Soedarpo, 1949

 

Saund, Representative D. S., 1959

 

Saunders, D. A., 1939-1940

 

Savord, Ruth, 1940

 

Sawyer, Governor Grant, 1961

 

Saxbe, Senator William, 1971

 

Sayre, Francis B., Jr., 1960

 

Sayre, Morris, 1949

 

Scandrett, Richard B., Jr., 1944

 

Scervini, Frank A., 1959

 

Schabert, Kyrill S., 1939

 

Schadeberg, Representative Henry C., 1967

 

Schaefer, Guenther F., 1962-1966

 

Schalk, Adolph, 1966

 

Schauer, Adolf, 1949

 

Scheel, Walter, 1970-1973

 

Scherman, Harry, 1946

 

Scherzer, John A., 1955

 

Scheuer, Sidney, 1940

 

Schieffelin, William Jay, 1939-1946

 

Schiff, Charlotte, 1968

 

Schiff, Dorothy, 1949

 

Schiller, Karl, 1966-1968

 

Schlafly, Eleanor, 1957

 

Schlamm, William S., 1947

 

Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr., 1949-1971

 

Schmid, Carlo, 1964

 

Schmidt, Ambassador Adolph W., 1960-1970

 

Schmidt, Helmut, 1963-1972

 

Schmidt, Herbert B., 1973

 

Schmidt-Schlegel, Philipp, 1968-1970

 

Schneiderman, Rose, 1944

 

Schnitzler, William, 1959

 

Schnorf, Lieutenant Commander Richard A., 1963

 

Schoenberg, Princess, 1972

 

Schoenberg, Hans W., 1954

 

Schoening, Franz Joseph, 1956

 

Schofield, Guy, 1947

 

Schorr, Daniel, 1966

 

Schorske, Carl E., 1971

 

Schott, D. W., 1952

 

Schroeder, Erwin, 1967

 

Schroeder, Gerhard, 1963-1969

 

Schulman, Esther, 1951

 

Schulz, William, 1963

 

Schuman, Robert, 1952

 

Schurmann, Ambassador C. W. A., 1958

 

Schwartz, Herbert A., Jr., 1949

 

Schwarz, Paul, 1950

 

Schwarzenbach, Alfred, 1947-1952

 

Schwarzenbach, Robert, 1947

 

Schwarzschild, Henry, 1958

 

Schweiker, Senator Richard S., 1973-1974

 

Scibilia, R., 1957

 

Scott, Senator Hugh, 1956-1970

 

Seabury, William Marston, 1944

 

Searle, Robert W., 1939

 

Seger, Gerhart H., 1954-1958

 

Seifert, Johannes, 1964

 

Selden, Ruth, 1946

 

Selgiman, Eustace, 1946-1962

 

Seligman, Maud (Mrs. Eustace), 1952

Box 98

Selinsky, Herman, 1940

 

Sellyei, Judge Louis S., 1957

 

Selson, Jocelyn, 1945

 

Seltzer, W. B., 1940

 

Sender, Toni, 1950

 

Sergievsky, Boris, 1949

 

Serrano, Ambassador Felixberto M., 1958

 

Serrano, Ambassador Jose, 1958

 

Seydoux, Ambassador Roger, undated

 

Seymour, Whitney North, 1956-1964

 

Shackleton, Edward, 1948

 

Shannon, William V., 1962-1967

 

Shattuck, Dr. George Cheever, 1960

 

Shaw, B. Howland, 1947

 

Shawcross, Sir Hartley, 1954

 

Sherman, John S., 1959

 

Sherover, Charles M., 1960

 

Sherwood, Elsie, 1956

 

Sherwood, Madeline (Mrs. Robert), 1940

 

Sherwood, Robert E., 1940-1954

 

Shinn, James S., 1946

 

Shipler, Guy Emery, 1941

 

Shipstead, Senator Henry, 1945

 

Shirazi, Lucie Jadot, 1959

 

Shonz, Mr., 1945

 

Shore, Samuel, 1946

 

Shostakovich, Dimitri, 1949

 

Shub, Anatole, 1955-1958

 

Shubert, Paul, 1945

 

Shulman, Marshall D., 1965-1972

 

Shultz, Lillie, 1938-1940

 

Shuster, George N., 1945-1973

 

Sidzikauskas, Vaclovas, 1953-1966

 

Simard, Albert, 1946

 

Simms, William Philip, 1947

 

Simon, Caroline K., 1959

 

Simonson, Rebecca, 1949

 

Sinclair, Mrs. Earl W., 1946

 

Singer, Miss, 1954

 

Singer, Max, 1972

 

Sioussat, Helen J., 1945-1949

 

Sisco, Vicki G., 1968

 

Skacel, Milan B., 1966-1971

 

Skillin, Edward S., 1946-1965

 

Skoniecki, Father A. A., 1944-1945

 

Skouros, Spyros, Jr., 1950-1960

 

Slater, Joseph E., 1963-1973

 

Slevin, James F., 1956

 

Slim, Ambassador, 1957

 

Sloan, Alfred, 1939

 

Sloan, George A., 1941

 

Smathers, Senator George A., undated

 

Smith, Dr. Byron, 1946

 

Smith, Gerard C., 1974

 

Smith, Senator H. Alexander, 1945-1959

 

Smith, Governor Hulett C., 1965

 

Smith, Kingsbury, 1963

 

Smith, Senator Margaret Chase, 1963-1969

 

Smith, Paul L., 1959

 

Smith, Governor Preston, 1970

 

Smith, Robert, 1941

 

Smith, Robert Aura, 1952-1955

 

Smith, Ruth, 1945-1947

 

Smith, T. V., 1949

 

Smith, Theodore, 1940

 

Smith, Father Thomas N., 1946

 

Smith, Colonel Truman, 1946-1950

 

Smith, Mrs. Truman, 1946

Box 99

Snieckus, Anthony V., 1965

 

Sokoloff, Dr. Boris, 1955

 

Sokolsky, George E., 1944-1953

 

Solberg, Mary, 1972

 

Somerstein, E. Steiner, 1965

 

Sommer, Theo, 1964-1966

 

Sommers, Richard W., 1940

 

Sonne, Hans Christian, 1963

 

Sonnenfeldt, Helmut, 1970-1973

 

Sorell, Doris, 1949

 

Sorensen, Max H., undated

 

Soresi, Carl P., 1947

 

Sotirovich, William Vasilio, 1967-1968

 

Sottile, Anthony W., 1945

 

Soule, George, 1946-1947

 

Spanel, A. N., 1958

 

Sparkman, Senator John, 1958-1971

 

Speier, Hans, 1971

 

Spellman, Francis Cardinal, 1946-1961

 

Spender, Ambassador Sir Percy, 1956

 

Spindler, Andrew, 1973

 

Spivak, S. S., 1940

 

Splain, Maurice, 1957

 

Spofford, General Charles M., 1964

 

Sporborg, Mrs. William Dick, 1950

 

Springer, Axel, 1965-1971

 

Squire, Jack, 1961

 

Staden, Ambassador Berndt von, 1973

 

Stahl, Walter, 1952-1973

 

Stanger, George H., 1957

 

Stanley, Ilse, 1955

 

Stanoyevich, Mrs. B. S., 1947

 

Starr, Mark, 1946-1947

 

Starratt, Rose M., 1940

 

Staudinger, Else, 1959

 

Stauffenberg, Count Hans Ch., 1970-1971

 

Steck, Jean, 1944-1946

 

Steibel, Gerald, 1972

 

Stein, Robert M., 1940

 

Stein, Sol, 1955-1972

 

Steinbeck, John, 1960

 

Steinitz, Heinz, 1958

 

Steinkraus, Herman, 1956

 

Stember, Maurice, 1956

 

Stennis, Senator John, 1966-1968

 

Stephens, Charles J., 1968

 

Stephens, Francis X., undated

 

Stern, Frederick Martin, 1966-1967

 

Stern, Fritz, 1966-1972

 

Stern, Jill, 1972-1973

 

Sternberg, Charles, 1954-1960

 

Sternberger, Estelle, 1944

Box 100

Stevenson, Governor Adlai E., 1941-1962

 

Stevenson, Charles R., 1946

 

Stevenson, John A., 1945-1959

 

Stillman, Chauncey, 1938-1972

 

Stimson, Henry L., 1947

 

Stinnes, Edmund H., 1947-1948

 

Stokes, Richard R., 1947-1954

 

Stolbert, Benjamin, 1945-1950

 

Stolper, Gustav, 1950

 

Stone, C. Y., 1952

 

Stone, Martin, 1946

 

Stone, Shepard, 1953-1967

 

Stone, Thomas E., 1940

 

Stone, Walker, 1947-1950

 

Stout, Rex, 1973

 

Strada, Dominick L., 1957

 

Straight, Michael, 1949

 

Strasser, Rudolph, 1958-1960

 

Stratton, Representative Samuel S., 1959-1972

 

Straus, Helen Sachs, 1955

 

Straus, Jack I., 1941

 

Straus, Ralph, 1953-1955

 

Straus, Richard, 1953

 

Strauss, Franz Josef, 1960-1964

 

Strausz-Hupe, Ambassador Robert, 1958-1974

 

Streeter, Frank S., 1953

 

Streibert, Theodore C., 1947-1954

 

Strong, Mrs. Austin, 1946

 

Strout, Richard L., 1970

 

Strunsky, Sheba, 1946

 

Stuecki, Lorenz, 1956-1961

 

Stuls, Robert, 1956

 

Sturzo, Father Don Luigi, 1946

 

Suarez, Evie, 1946

 

Suffolk University Law School, 1971

 

Sukarno, President, 1964

 

Sullivan, William C., 1962

 

Sulzberger, Arthur Hays, 1947-1956

 

Sundelson, J. Wilner, undated

 

Super, Mrs. Paul, 1947

 

Sussman, Leonard R., 1967-1974

 

Sutterlin, James S., 1971-1972

 

Svestka, Miroslav J., 1956

 

Swanstrom, Bishop Edward E., 1973

 

Swift, Ernest J., 1940

 

Swing, John Temple, 1968

 

Swinney, John, 1941

 

Swope, Herbert Bayard, 1940-1957

 

Symington, Representative James W., 1970

 

Symington, Senator Stuart, 1959-1968

 

Szaz, Z. Michael, 1959-1960

 

Szold, Harold, 1940

 

Tabouis, Genevieve, 1944

 

Taft, Charles P., 1947

 

Taft, Senator Robert A., 1945-1950

 

Taft, Mrs. Robert A., 1947

 

Taft, Representative Robert, Jr., 1969

 

Takacs, Jozsef, 1963

 

Talbert, Ansel E., 1958-1960

 

Talmadge, Senator Herman E., 1959

 

Tarnowski, Anthony, 1946

Box 101

Taylor, Blair, 1944-1955

 

Taylor, George E., 1952

 

Taylor, Senator Glen H., 1946

 

Taylor, Harold, 1965

 

Taylor, Henry J., 1944

 

Taylor, Mrs. Henry J., 1946

 

Taylor, General Maxwell D., 1960-1962

 

Taylor, Myron C., 1939-1947

 

Tead, Ordway, 1949

 

Tebbel, John, 1964

 

Telegdy, George, 1962-1963

 

Teller, Edward, 1958-1973

 

Tenenbaum, Joseph, 1940

 

Teodoru, Daniel, 1972

 

Terelli, Teresa, 1969

 

Thant, Ambassador U, 1959

 

Thenen, Hans, 1948

 

Thick, Joan, 1962

 

Thieman, Annelise, 1947

 

Thiesing, Theodore H., 1950

 

Thomas, Bob, 1946-1953

 

Thomas, Clara Fargo, 1952

 

Thomas, Danny, 1964

 

Thomas, John W., 1966

 

Thomas, Josef, 1963

 

Thomas, Lowell, 1959

 

Thomas, Norman, 1946-1964

 

Thompson, C. V. R., 1947

 

Thompson, Dorothy, 1939-1953

 

Thompson, James M., 1972

 

Thomson, Audrey G., 1968

 

Thorneycroft, Peter, 1948

 

Tiivel, John J., 1961

 

Timmons, F. L., Jr., 1962

 

Timperley, H. J., 1945

 

Tinker, Edward Laroque, 1950

 

Tobey, Senator Charles, 1945

 

Todorovich, M. M., 1968

 

Tolischus, Otto D., 1947-1951

 

Tollas, Tibor, 1962

 

Tollefson, Representative Thor C., 1959

 

Tolstoy, Countess Alexandra, 1949

 

Tometta, V., 1960

 

Tompkins, E. R., 1947-1948

 

Toon, Malcolm, 1967

 

Toukan, Ambassador Baha ud-Din, 1958

 

Toussaint, Donald R., 1967

 

Tower, Senator John G., 1967-1972

 

Trager, Frank N., 1947-1972

 

Trainer, J. E., 1963

 

Trenholm, Dorothy Chanler, 1947

 

Treviranus (?), G. R., 1946

 

Trew, R. J., 1947

 

Trilling, Diana, 1956-1961

 

Trilling, Lionel, 1949

 

Trimble, South, 1940

 

Trimmer, Madeleine, 1947

 

Truman, President Harry S., 1945-1959

 

Tschebotarioff, Gregory P., 1960-1961

 

Tsiang, Ambassador Tingfu F., 1954-1961

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Tucker, Bishop Henry St. George, 1944

 

Tucker, Mayor Raymond R., 1961

 

Tuengel, Richard, 1953

 

Tule, Florence, 1962

 

Tumulty, Representative T. James, 1956

 

Tunney, Gene, 1946-1947

 

Tunney, Senator John V., 1973

 

Tuttle, Charles H., 1941

 

Tweed, Harrison, 1946

 

Tydings, Senator Millard E., 1948

 

Tyler, Gus, 1973

 

Tyng, Sewell, 1944

 

Uhl, Alexander H., 1945

 

Uihlein, R. H., 1953

 

Umhey, Frederick, 1941

 

Unden, Osten, 1946

 

United American Croatians, 1949

 

U.S. Government Printing Office, 1946

 

U.S. Postmaster, New York, 1940

 

U.S. Selective Service System. Local Board #32, 1942-1945

 

Urz, Margaret, 1952

 

Utley, Freda, 1945-1962

 

Utt, Representative James B., 1967

 

Vajda, Paul, 1960

 

Valeur, Robert, 1960

 

Valle, Ambassador Cyro de Freitas, 1958-1959

 

Vandenberg, Senator Arthur H., 1945-1948

 

Vanden Heuvel, William J., 1957-1966

 

Vanderbilt, Mrs. Cornelius, 1946

 

Vandercook, John W., 1944-1945

 

Van Dusen, Henry Pitney, 1944-1949

 

Varchaver, Andre, 1957

 

Varga, Monsignor Bela, 1952-1970

 

Verlag Henri Nannen, 1964

 

Viereck, George Sylvester, 1940-1941

 

Vilaihongs, Thephathay, 1959

 

Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1945-1948

 

Vincent, John Carter, 1946(?)

 

Vincent, Mrs. John Carter, 1944

 

Viner, Jacob, 1947-1949

 

Visoianu, Constantin, 1965

 

Vitetti, Ambassador Leonardo, 1958

 

Von Klemperer, Alfred H., 1972

 

Von Zahn, Peter, 1958

 

Vorys, Representative John M., 1947

 

Voytko, Anne, 1945

 

Vraz, Vlasta, 1963-1967

 

WNEW-TV, 1963

 

WOR-TV, 1963

 

Wadsworth, A. P., 1947

 

Wadsworth, Ambassador James J., 1960

 

Waggoner, Walter H., 1940

 

Wagner, Mayor Robert F., 1945-1961

 

Waithayakon, Ambassador Prince Wan, 1957-1958

 

Waithman, Mr., 1939

 

Wald, J. C., 1944

 

Waldkircher, C., 1946

 

Waldman, Eric, 1966-1973

 

Waldman, Louis, 1945-1964

 

Walker, Ambassador E. Ronald, 1958

 

Walker, Richard L., 1952

 

Walker, Samuel S., Jr., 1958-1959

 

Wallace, DeWitt, 1946-1964

 

Wallace, Richard J., 1959-1965

 

Wallenberg, Hans, 1952-1964

 

Wallenberg, Peter, 1958

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Wallich, Henry C., 1963-1970

 

Walter, Representative Francis E., 1955-1958

 

Walter, Hilde, 1946-1970

 

Walter, Rohe, 1940

 

Walton, Sidney, 1945

 

Wambaugh, Sara, 1944

 

Wanderer Publishing Company, 1947

 

Warburg, Anita, 1967

 

Warburg, Dorothea, 1970-1973

 

Warburg, Eric M., 1950-1973

 

Warburg, James P., 1947

 

Warburg, Max, 1973

 

Ward, Clifford B., 1958

 

Ward, Eileen, 1950

 

Ward, James M., 1956

 

Ward, Milton Hood, 1950

 

Ward, William F., 1968-1969

 

Ware, Richard A., 1960-1965

 

Warner, Ethel, 1947

 

Warnke, Paul C., 1972

 

Warren, Robert Penn, 1949

 

Warshow, Robert, 1954

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Washburn, Abbott, 1958

 

Washburn, Watson, 1964-1966

 

Watson, Thomas J., Jr., 1960

 

Watson, Thomas J., Sr., 1941-1944

 

Watt, Robert J., 1944-1947

 

Watts, Ridley, 1972

 

Wayne, John, 1959

 

Wazeter, Francis J., 1956-1959

 

Webb, Aileen, 1940

 

Webster, T. B. R., undated

 

Wechmar, Ruediger von, 1959-1962

 

Wechsler, James A., 1940-1958

 

Wedemeyer, General Albert C., 1951

 

Weil, Mrs. Morris, 1946-1947

 

Weill, Paul, 1943-1944

 

Weill, Pierre-Andre, 1944-1945

 

Weingart, Mr., 1943

 

Weinreb, Reva, 1966

 

Weintraub, David, 1966

 

Weiss, Louise, 1946

 

Weiss, Seymour, 1970

 

Weiss, Siegfried, 1940

 

Welles, Sumner, 1946-1951

 

Wells, Mayor George A., 1970

 

Wells, Hazel C., 1958

 

Wenthe, Reverend, F. J., 1947

 

Wernstrom, Milton H., 1968

 

West, Reverend Edward N., 1960

 

West, Rebecca, 1953

 

West Side Tennis Club, 1947

 

Whalen, Grover, 1941

 

Wheaton, Eliot, 1940

 

Wheeler, W. H., Jr., 1961

 

Wheeler-Bennett, Colonel John W., 1958

 

Wheelock, John Hall, 1943

 

Whipple, A. B. C., 1958

 

White, Leigh, 1946-1947

 

White, Morton B., 1956-1958

 

White, Peter, 1949-1973

 

White, Robb, undated

 

White, Walter, 1939-1947

 

White, Watson, 1958-1960

 

White, William Allen, 1940-1950

 

White, William L., 1963-1966

 

Whitehead, John C., 1960-1971

 

Whitehurst, Representative William, 1972

 

Whitney, C. V., 1950

 

Whitney, Eleanor Searle (Mrs. C. V.), 1949

 

Whitney, John Hay, 1947

 

Whittenburg, S. B., 1958

 

Wibberly, Leonard, 1947

 

Wicker, Tom, 1972

 

Wiener, Arthur, 1946

 

Wilcox, Grafton S., 1939

 

Wilder, Thornton, 1961

 

Wiley, Senator Alexander, 1959

 

Wilkins, Roy, 1968

 

Wilkinson, Ignatius, 1947

 

Wilkinson, Lawrence E., 1958

 

Wille, Werner, 1954

 

William, Maurice, 1946

 

Williams, C. Dickerman, 1954-1972

 

Williams, Chester S., 1961-1963

 

Williams, Elwood, III, 1961-1973

 

Williams, Governor G. Mennen, 1956-1960

 

Williams, Senator Harrison A., Jr., 1956-1965

 

Williams, Senator John J., 1959

 

Williams, Langbourne M., 1950-1963

 

Williams, Michael, 1946

 

Williams, Wyn, 1947

 

Willkie, Edith (Mrs. Wendell L.), 1947-1956

 

Wills, David, 1958-1961

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Wilson, Charles R., 1961

 

Wilson, Donald M., 1961-1962

 

Wilson, Edmund, 1949-1961

 

Wilson, Jack G., 1971

 

Wilson, Norman, 1966

 

Winant, Rivington R., 1953

 

Windisch-Graetz, F. H. N., 1945

 

Winkler, Paul, 1944

 

Winslow, Cedric, 1965

 

Winters, E. B., undated

 

Winthrop, Mrs. Bertram, 1946

 

Wise, Rabbi Jonah B., 1946

 

Wise, Stephen S., 1938-1940

 

Wittfogel, Karl A., 1949-1968

 

Wittfogel, Mrs. Karl A., 1949

 

Wittgenstein, Prince Casimir, 1972-1973

 

Wolfe, Bertram D., 1945-1973

 

Wolfers, Arnold, 1946-1967

 

Wolfsohn, Venlo, 1957

 

Woll, Matthew, 1944-1956

 

Woltman, Frederick, 1947-1952

 

Wood, Audrey, 1945

 

Wood, L. Hollingsworth, 1946

 

Wood, Lee B., 1945-1957

 

Wood, Rosemary, 1958

 

Woods, Katherine, 1943-1944

 

Woodward, Terry, 1947

 

Woolley, Mary E., 1939-1940

 

Wooten, Francis, 1957

 

Work, Martin H., 1958

 

Wrede, Baron Gottert, 1957

 

Wright, Ben, 1960

 

Wriston, Mr., 1947

 

Wullen, Rudolf, 1947

 

Wyle, Frederick S., 1968-1972

 

Wyvell, Lois, 1972

 

Yarborough, Senator Ralph, 1959-1967

 

Yarmolinsky, Adam, 1972

 

Yarrow, Bernard, 1957-1959

 

Yefremovich, Spas., 1961

 

Yeuell, Donovan P., Jr., 1961

 

Yolles, Irene S., 1947

 

Yorkshire Post, 1947

 

Young, Arthur N., 1944

 

Young, James N., 1947

 

Young, Senator Milton R., 1959

 

Zablocki, Representative Clement J., 1959-1969

 

Zablow, Leonard, 1961

 

Zaritsky, Max, 1947

 

Zeidler, Mayor Frank P., 1959

 

Zeigler, Mary Roe, 1940

 

Zelomek, A. W., 1960

 

Zenkl, Peter, 1960

 

Zerega, Richard A., 1940

 

Zimmerman, Charles, 1957

 

Zinkan, Cecil, 1945

 

Zoffer, Gerald R., 1970-1972

 

Zoullas, Sophocles N., 1960

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1936-1973

Scope and Content Note

Drafts of writings and printed copies, arranged chronologically.
Box 105

Notes for future projects

 

"Advice to German Democrats," undated

 

"Atomic Showdown," undated

 

"Common Cause: A Call for a New Birth of Democratic Faith," undated

 

"Comparison of U.S., French and British Policy Toward the Captive Countries and East-West Trade," undated

Box 106

"Definition of 'Captive Nations', as Interpreted by the American Friends of the Captive Nations," undated

 

"Draft for Statement on a Locarno Pact and/or Neutralization of East Europe," undated

 

"Draft for Statement on U.N. Admissions by Committee of One Million," undated

 

"The Four Freedoms," undated

 

"Memorandum on Problem of Dr. van Heuven Goedhart, U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNREF), and the IRC Redefection Campaign," undated

 

"Memorandum on the Anti-Communist Work of David Martin, and the International Rescue Committee," undated

 

"The Myth of the China Lobby," undated

 

"Notes: Anniversary of East Berlin Uprising," undated

 

"Notes for Reply to Nazi Propaganda," undated

 

"Notes on Marshall Shulman's First Lecture," undated

 

"Original Statement on Common Cause," undated, (with George S. Counts)

 

"Pitfalls in the President's Atomic Program," undated

 

"Program for Common Cause," undated, (with Natalie Wales Paine)

 

"Reflections on Geneva," undated

 

"Report on Eisenhower's Illness and the Political Struggle for Power Connected with It," undated

 

"Rough Incomplete Draft of Pamphlet on German Anti-Semitism," undated

 

"Rough Preliminary Memorandum on the Need for Expansion of Certain Phases of BIS Work in the U.S.," undated

 

"Senator McCarthy and the State Department," undated

 

"Some Little Known or Forgotten Facts About the Role of Finland in World War II," undated

 

"Some Questions Raised by a Discussion of the Indonesian Problem with Some Liberal Friends," undated

 

Speech, undated

 

Speech, Columbia University, New York, undated

 

"Statement by Common Cause, Inc., on Plan to Set Up Kasenkina Freedom Fund for Victims of Communism," undated, (with Natalie Wales Paine)

 

"Statement of Citizens Committee for American Education," undated

 

"Statement Submitted on Request, to the Hearings on Vietnam, Conducted by Congressman William F. Ryan," undated

 

"Who Are the Captive Nations?" undated

 

"The Stuff Dictators Are Made Of," 193?

 

"Farleyism," 1936

 

"Let's Look at the Record: An Appraisal of Davis Cup Candidates," 1938(?)

 

"Declaration of Principles of the Volunteer Christian Committee to Boycott Nazi Germany," 1939(?), (with William Jay Schieffelin)

 

" The United States of Europe: A Publication to Promote Just Peace Terms, a Federal Europe and World Peace," 1939(?)

 

Speech, Poughkeepsie, New York, April 16, 1939

 

"Strained Relations Between the Nazi Party and the German Army," May 30, 1939

 

"The Christian Boycott," June 1939

 

"Great Britain and the Petain Government: A Reply to Wythe Williams," 194?

 

"Memorandum on the Main Causes of the New Anti-Semitism, Especially in Greater New York, and a Proposed Remedy," 194?

 

Review of Muir, Peter, This Is India, Raman, T. A., Report on India, and Brailsford, H. N., Subject: India, 194?

 

Review of Stowe, Leland, They Shall Not Sleep, 194?

 

Review of Sues, Ilona Ralf, Shark's Fins and Millet, 194?

 

"The Crisis in Civil Liberties, the Dies Committee and the Elections," 1940

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, 1940(?)

 

"Liberals and the Dies Committee: A Reply to Dies, Stolberg and Browder," 1940

 

"Memorandum on Improved Methods of Influencing Congress to Support the Committee Program," 1940(?)

 

"The Truth About Poland," 1940(?)

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, February 9, 1940

 

Speech, Jewish Community Center, Brooklyn, March 7, 1940

 

Speech, Conference of the Women's Division of the Joint Boycott Council, December 22, 1940

 

"Can Britain Hold Out?" 1941

 

"Buy Something British," January 1941

 

Editorial, Facts vs. Fiction, February 1941

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, June 25, 1941

 

Letter to the editor, New York Journal and American, October 2, 1941

 

"The Real Meaning of the Second Front Agitation," 1942(?)

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, March 7, 1942

 

"A Memorandum of the Political Implications of the Proposed O.W.I. program 'Uncle Sam's Family' and Its Possible Interest to Freedom House," January 12, 1943

 

"Anglo-American-Russian Relations," 1944(?)

 

"Confidential Memorandum," 1944(?)

 

"Liberals and American Foreign Policy," 1944(?)

 

"Statement to be Signed by Friends of Aid to Russia," 1944(?), (with others)

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Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, March 27, 1944

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, April 7, 1944

 

"Memorandum on the Cause and Cure of Propaganda Against the Chinese Government in America," July 20, 1944

 

"Preliminary Outline of Program for the Publicity Activities by Polish American Congress and Its Subsidiary Groups During and After the Election," September 19, 1944(?)

 

"What the British White Paper Means for America," December 1944

 

"Do We Really Want a Durable Peace?" December 12, 1944

 

"Anglo-American Cooperation," 1945

 

"Are Communists Democrats?" 1945

 

"Draft for Rely to Mr. Grew and to Pravda, 1945

 

"The Moral Issue in the Negotiations with Britain," 1945

 

"A New Approach to the Communist Problem: What Is a Communist?" 1945(?)

 

"Poland Is the Test," 1945(?)

 

"What Causes Peace?" 1945(?)

 

"The Crisis on Our Peace Aims," January 13, 1945

 

"The Future of Spain," March 10, 1945

 

"The Roosevelt Era," April 1945

 

"Communist Agents and Freedom of the Press," June 16, 1945

 

"The Arrest of the Six and Freedom of the Press," June 23, 1945

 

"The Moscow Show Trials: 1945 Version," July 3, 1945

 

"Appeasement Imperils Peace," July 21, 1945

 

"Rankin and the Communists," July 30, 1945

 

"Owen J. Lattimore," August 22, 1945

 

"Rough Preliminary Survey of Possible Topics and Speakers for Freedom House Post-Election Institute on New York City," August 30, 1945

 

"The Palestine Crisis," November 1945

 

"Memorandum on Hurley Incident," December 19, 1945

 

"Chiang Kai-shek," 1946

 

"Hitler's Spirit Still Lives," 1946, (with others)

 

"Memorandum on the State Department Blue Book on the Argentine in the Light of the Commonweal Artices," 1946(?)

 

Review of Stegner, Wallace, One Nation, January 1946

 

"The Problems of Sharing and Controlling the Atomic Bomb," February 1946

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, February 7, 1946

 

"Our Argentine Blunder," February 8, 1946

 

"Our Future Argentine Policy," February 15, 1946

 

"The Communist Crisis in China and in France: Will Chiang Go the Way of de Gaulle?" February 16, 1946, (with J. B. Powell)

 

"World Freedom of Information: Only Key to Peace," April 8, 1946

 

"Manchurian Manifesto," May 16, 1946, (with others)

 

Tragedy of a People: Racialism in Czecho-Slovakia, June 1946, (with others)

 

Letter to the editor, Florida Catholic, July 20, 1946

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, August 2, 1946

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, August 26, 1946

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, October 11, 1946

 

"Answer to Questionnaire on Germany for Die Tat, Zurich, Switzerland," October 31, 1946

 

"Verdict on Nuremberg," November 22, 1946

 

"Why the Republican Landslide," December 1946

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"The Moral Basis of the Peace," December 6, 1946

 

"Is Disarmament Possible?" December 16, 1946

 

"An Answer to Henry Wallace," 1947

 

"Background of the Cable to Bevin," 1947

 

"Comparison of Italian Treaty with Atlantic Charter," 1947(?)

 

"Confidential Memorandum on the Significance of the Berle Proposal to Delay Action on the Italian Peace Treaty," 1947(?)

 

Destruction at Our Expense: How Dismantling Factories in Germany Helps Inflation in the United States and Sabotages the Marshall Plan, 1947, (with Fritz Baade)

 

"Draft of Resolution Submitted to Annual Meeting of Polish-American Congress," 1947(?)

 

The Land of the Dead: Study of the Deportations from Eastern Germany, 1947, (with others)

 

"Memorandum on the Status of the Dismantling Problem in Relation to Inter-Allied Agreements, After Failure of the London Conference," 1947(?)

 

Men Without the Rights of Man: A Report on the Expulsion and Extermination of German Speaking Minority Groups in the Balkans and Prewar Poland, 1947(?), (with others)

 

"Vote Liberal," 1947(?)

 

"Iran and Henry Wallace," January 4, 1947

 

"'By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them,'" March 1947

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, March 2, 1947, (with others)

 

"Confidential Memorandum on the Vital Importance of Defeating Ratification of the Italian Treaty in the Light of President Truman's Message on Greece," March 28, 1947

 

"The Muddled Conservative," March 29, 1947

 

"Unlimited Bomb Inspection Necessary," March 29, 1947

 

"Lilienthal and Unity," April 4, 1947

 

Testimony before U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee, May 2, 1947

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, July 20, 1947, (with others)

 

"An Appeal for Aid to Britain Now," August 1947, (with others)

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, October 23, 1947

 

"Appeal Against Dismantling German Factories Now," November 13, 1947, (with others)

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, November 18, 1947, (with others)

 

"Who Won the Election?" 1948

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, March 7, 1948

 

"The Last Chance for Peace: A Plan to Save Italy from the Fate of Czechoslovakia and So Preserve America's Lifeline in the Mediterranean," March 15, 1948

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, April 23, 1948

 

"The Mundt-Nixon Bill," June 25, 1948

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, September 15, 1948

 

"Draft of Statement on China," October 25, 1948, (with Natalie Wales Paine)

 

"Citizens Group Reveals Communsist Affiliations of Dean of Canterbury," November 15, 1948, (with others)

 

Letter to the editor, various newspapers, December 23, 1948

 

"Proposed Solutions for 'Diplomatic' Problems Which Have Arisen Over Carnegie Hall Meeting," 1949

 

"Supplementary Comments After Bishop Oxnam's Speech Accepting the Churchman Good-Will Award," 1949(?)

 

"Unchallanged Statements Made by Louis Nizer on a Coast-to-Coast Network on CBS People's Platform, November 19, 1949, in a Debate with Walter Litchfield, Former Civilian Affairs Officer under General Clay in Berlin," 1949(?)

 

"Memorandum to All National Groups Who Are Sending Delegations to the Common Cause Rally on May 5th at Carnegie Hall," April 23, 1949

 

Speech, Common Cause Freedom Rally, New York, May 5, 1949

 

"Memorandum on the Navy-Air Force Controversy," October 1949

 

"The Background of Pearl Harbor: A Refutation of Admiral Theobald's Thesis," 195?

 

"Should Communist China Be Admitted to the UN?" 195?

 

"Should We Veto Communist China?" 1950

 

"Is There a Revival of German Nationalism?" February 1950

 

"Memorandum on German Refugee Problem," February 1950

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, April 2, 1950

 

"Memorandum on a New York Preview of the Battle for Berlin," May 1950

 

"An American View of British Policy in China," July 1950

 

"Deutschland Wird Verteidigt" (Germany Will Be Vindicated), August 4, 1950

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, November 1, 1950

 

"McCarran's Blunderbuss," November 3, 1950

 

"Letter to a European Friend on the American Elections and Their Relation to China," November 14, 1950

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"The Alternative to Appeasement: Neither Munich nor Hiroshima," December 9, 1950

 

"Common Cause Replies to Mr. Hoover," December 24, 1950

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, December 27, 1950

 

"An Analysis of General MacArthur's Utterances from the Time of His Dismissal to His Testimony before the Senate Committee," 1951(?)

 

"Possible Consequences in the Soviet Cease-Fire Proposal," 1951(?)

 

"Common Cause Appeals for Use of the UN Veto Against Communist China," January 29, 1951, (with Natalie Wales Paine)

 

Letter to the editor, America, February 1, 1951

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, March 18, 1951

 

"Statement on MacArthur's Dismissal," April 15, 1951, (with Natalie Wales Paine)

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, April 30, 1951

 

"Appeasement in Korea," July 1951

 

"Let the Facts Alone: A Liberal's Critical Examination of the Lack of Foundation of Alsop and Related Liberals' Attacks on McCarran Security Investigation," September 21, 1951

 

"Misgivings in Asia About the Japanese Peace Treaty," 1952(?)

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, January 24, 1952

 

"Summary Statement on the Impending Crisis," January 29, 1952, (with Arthur McDowell)

 

"Memorandum on I.R.C. Problems," February 9, 1952

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, April 19, 1952, (with others)

 

Letter to the editor, Washington Post, April 24, 1952, (with others)

 

"Confidential Memorandum on German-American Relations: Why No Neutrality Seems Possible," May 1952

 

"Koje: Conspiracy to Wreck the Truce," June 2, 1952

 

"Zwischenbilanz im Amerkanischen Wahlkampf" (Interim Report on the American Election Campaign), June 26, 1952

 

Letter to the editor, New Leader, July 18, 1952

 

Review of Miller, Merle, The Judges and the Judged, August 1952

 

Speech, German-American Club, Munich, August 27, 1952

 

"Statement on Behalf of Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals, Inc., before President's Commission on Immigration and Naturalization," October 1, 1952

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, November 16, 1952

 

"Memorandum on the Indian Cease-Fire Proposal," November 23, 1952

 

Speech, Amerika-Gesellschaft, Hamburg, December 8, 1952

 

"China and Communism," 1953

 

"The Indian Cease-Fire Plan Re-Examined," 1953(?), (with David Martin)

 

"Memorandum on the South Korean Release of the Prisoners of War," 1953(?)

 

"A Profile of President James B. Conant of Harvard, New High Commissioner to Germany," 1953(?)

 

"Statement on Korean Prisoner of War Issue," 1953(?)

 

"Statement Which Could Be Made by Baltic and Eastern European Leaders-in-Exile, Warning Against the Dangers in a New Non-Aggression Pact with Soviet Russia," 1953

 

"Lebensbild des Neuen US-Hochkommissars fuer Westdeutschland Dr. James Conant" (Sketch of the New U.S. High Commissioner for West Germany, Dr. James Conant), February 12, 1953

 

"China and the U.N.: The Acid Test of Anglo-American Unity," March 1953

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, May 9, 1953, (with Hans Kohn and Norbert Muhlen)

 

"Anglo-American Differences Over China and Korea," May 18, 1953

 

"Memorandum on Inter-Allied Crisis Over Korea and the Proposed Conference with Malenkov," May 20, 1953

 

"The Anglo-American Rift," May 30, 1953

 

"Memorandum for Guidance of Delegates to Copenhagen Conference and for Use Here in Promoting the American Council on NATO," August 1953

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, November 10, 1953

 

"Memorandum on the Approaching Diplomatic Crisis Focusing on the Admission of Communist China to the U.N.," December 1953

Box 110

"Neglected Aspects of the White Case," December 1953

 

"Ost-West Handel als Politisches Kernproblem" (East-West Trade as the Central Political Problem), 1954

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, January 15, 1954

 

"The President and the Atom," February 12, 1954

 

Letter to the editor, Encounter, March 1954

 

Review of Buckley, William F., Jr., and L. B. Bozell, McCarthy and His Enemies, May 15, 1954

 

"McCarthy-Army Probe: First Fortnight," May 22, 1954

 

"Primer of American Policy in the Cold War," June 1954

 

"Confidential Memorandum on the Failure of the Bills to Restore German Private Property," August 1954

 

"Recommendations for Different Steps at Government and Private Levels to Overcome Anglo-American Misunderstandings," August 1954

 

Speech, September 24, 1954

 

"Draft for Statement on U.N. Admissions by Committee of One Million," 1955(?)

 

"Purposes of the American Friends of Vietnam," 1955

 

"Reflections on the Problem of Communist China and the Defense of Formosa," 1955

 

"Why a Committee of American Friends of Vietnam Must Be Organized," 1955(?)

 

Review of Allport, Gordon W., The Nature of Prejudice, February 1, 1955

 

"Statement on United States Policy Against Admission of Communist China to the United Nations," February 9, 1955, (with Harold L. Oram)

 

"Memorandum Showing Necessity to Revive Committee of One Million," February 12, 1955

 

"Memorandum on Anglo-American Differences Over Formosa," February 14, 1955

 

"Memorandum on the Impression of Foreign Minister Martino on Meet the Press, " April 6, 1955

 

"Draft for an Open Letter to Mr. Attlee to be Circulated for Signature Among Liberal and Labor Groups," April 19, 1955

 

"Draft for Statement on Negotiations by Committee of One Million April 30, 1955

 

"Draft of Proposed New Statement on the Prisoner of War Issue," June 25, 1955

 

"Memorandum on the Geneva Conference," July 28, 1955

Box 111

"A Reply to Ellen Hammer's 'The Struggle for Indo-China Continues,'" August 1955

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, August 28, 1955

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, October 5, 1955

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, October 29, 1955

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, November 5, 1955

 

"Outline of Facts and Chronology on German Misunderstandings of the 'Radford Memorandum,'" 1956

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, January 26, 1956, (with others)

 

Letter to the editor, Commonweal, February 6, 1956

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, February 16, 1956, (with others)

 

"Trend of American Public Opinion on Vietnam," March 1, 1956

 

"American Political Situation as of March 7, 1956," March 7, 1956

 

Speech, American Friends of the Captive Nations Liberation Rally, New York, May 25, 1956

 

"Why the West Is Losing," June 1956

 

Speech, Polish American Congress, July 6, 1956

 

Letter to the editor, New Leader, July 9, 1956

 

"Tenth Anniversary, Execution of Drazha Mihailovich," July 16, 1956, (with others)

 

Letter to the editor, New York Post, September 23, 1956

 

"Comment on Article by Former Ambassador George Kennan in August 1956 Issue, Harper's Monthly, 'Overdue Changes in Our Foreign Policy,'" October 1956

 

"A Comment on the Debate Over a Positive vs. Negative Approach to the Fight Against Communism," October 1956

 

"The American Reaction to the Hungarian Revolution," October-December 1956

 

"Report of Activity on the Party Platforms by the American Friends of the Captive Nations," October 1, 1956

 

Letter to the editor, New York Herald-Tribune, November 5, 1956

 

"Satellites Break Away," November 10, 1956

 

"Appeal for Ten Point Program to Stop Soviet Aggression in Hungary Including an Emergency Session of Congress to Consider the Adoption of Economic and Other Sanctions," November 12, 1956, (with Monsignor John Balkunas)

 

"Memorandum on the Madison Square Garden Rally," November 14, 1956

 

Letter to the editor, America, November 17, 1956

 

"Statement Approved by Executive Committee of American Friends of the Captive Nations," November 27, 1956

 

Letter to the editor, Time, December 8, 1956

 

Letter to the editor, Saturday Review, December 10, 1956

 

Letter to the editor, Christian Science Monitor, December 13, 1956

 

"Christian A. Herter," 1957

 

"Lessons of the Hungarian Revolution," 1957

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, 1957

 

"Memorandum on Background and Implications of the Polish Crisis," 1957

 

"Memorandum on Tito's Visit and the A.F.C.N. Ad," 1957(?)

 

"Should We Support Titoism in Eastern Europe?" 1957

 

"Does Hungary Increase the Danger of War?" January 1957

 

"Memorandum on the Protests Against the Visits of King Saud and Marshal Tito," February 8, 1957

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, February 25, 1957, (with others)

 

"Comment on Erich Ollenhauer's Visit to the United States," March 1957

 

"To President Eisenhower and the American People on the Anniversary of Hunarian Independence," March 6, 1957

 

"Outline of Thesis," March 13, 1957

 

Speech, National Conference on Spiritual Foundations, 3d, Washington, March 18, 1957

 

"Memorandum on Some of the Reasons Behind Congressional Opposition to Aid to the Gomulka Government," March 23, 1957

 

"Memorandum Outlining Our Financial Problems and Opportunities," March 27, 1957, (with Raphael Malsin)

Box 112

"Our Lost Chance in Hungary," May 1957

 

"Should U.S. Have Helped Hungary More?" May 15, 1957

 

"Progress Report to All Organizations Which Have Approved the Plan to Reconvene the U.N. General Assembly to Consider the Special Report on Hungary," May 16, 1957

 

"Memorandum on U.N. Project," May 21, 1957

 

"Our Second Choice in Hungary," speech, Council Against Communist Aggression dinner, Washington, June 12, 1957

 

"Memorandum to Press, Radio and T.V.," June 25, 1957

 

Testimony before U.S. House Un-American Activities Committee, June 26, 1957

 

Speech, plenary meeting, Assembly of Captive European Nations, June 28, 1957

 

"Memo on Khrushchev's Triumph," July 5, 1957

 

Review of Berle, A. A., Jr., Tides of Crisis, August 3, 1957

 

"Can Hungary Still Be Saved?" November 1957

 

"Report on U.S. Reaction to Sputnik and Other Developments," November 15, 1957

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, November 18, 1957

 

Letter to the editor, Life, December 12, 1957, (with others)

 

Letter to the editor, Die Zeit, December 26, 1957

 

"Memorandum on Life Editorial on Berlin in December 15 Issue," 1958

 

"Memorandum on Problem of Distribution of Volume II of Hungary under Soviet Rule, " 1958(?)

 

"The Neglected Testimony of Refugees from Eastern Europe," 1958(?)

 

"The Present Role of Nationalism in Eastern Europe," 1958

 

"Proposed Joint Statement on Cultural Exchanges," 1958, (with Julius Epstein)

 

Review of Fejto, Francois, La Verite sur l'Affaire Nagy, 1958

 

"Should Germany Be Neutralized? A Reply to Kennan," 1958(?)

 

"Volume II of Hungary under Soviet Rule, " 1958(?)

 

"The Acheson-Kennan Debate," speech, Lexington Democratic Club, January 24, 1958

 

Letter to the editor, New York Post, January 29, 1958

 

Letter to the editor, The Reporter, February 6, 1958

 

"Report on the Release of Statements by Dean Acheson and by Former Ambassador Conant, etc., in Reply to George Kennan," February 28, 1958

 

Letter to the editor, National Review, March 30, 1958

 

Review of Hoover, J. Edgar, Masters of Deceit, April 5, 1958

 

"Hungary and the Summit Conference," April 18, 1958

 

"Statement on the Summit Conference," May 7, 1958, (with others)

 

"If De Gaulle Take Over: A Prediction," May 15, 1958

 

"Debate on Nuclear Tests," May 20, 1958

 

"Further Reflections on De Gaulle," May 20, 1958

 

Letter to the editor, The Nation, July 7, 1958

 

"Proposed Action on U.N. Middle East Meeting," August 5, 1958

 

Letter to the editors, New York Journal-American and World Telegram, August 11, 1958

 

Untitled, October 4, 1958

 

Speech, plenary session, Assembly of Captive European Nations, October 23, 1958

Box 113

"Pertinent Facts, Points to Stress, and Answers to Objections on the Question of Expelling the Hungarian Puppet Delegates from the U.N. General Assembly," November 1958

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, November 19, 1958

 

"Background Memo on Relation between the Threat to Berlin and Hungary," December 2, 1958

 

Letter to the editor, various newspapers, December 12, 1958, (with others)

 

"Report on Our U.N. Campaign," December 30, 1958, (with Angier Biddle Duke)

 

"Brief Appraisal of the Khrushchev Visit," 1959

 

"The Concequences of the Khrushchev Visit: Peaceful Coexistence of Disaster?" 1959(?), (with David Martin)

 

Letter to the editor, Indianapolis News, 1959, (with John Balkunas and Stefan Korbonski)

 

"Questions and Answers on Berlin: Introduction," 1959(?)

 

"Why Has Nixon the Anti-Communist Suddenly Emerged as the Champion of Khrushchev's Wildest Dream: An Invitation to the U.S. Without Even Having Withdrawn the Berlin Ultimatum?" 1959

 

"Confidential Memorandum on the Dulles Press Conference Reference to the Possiblilty of Uniting Germany Without Free Elections," January 17, 1959

 

"Report on the Lessons of the Mikoyan Visit," January 23, 1959

 

"Report on Mayor Brandt's Debate on Ed Murrow's TV Program Small World, Sunday, January 25," January 28, 1959

 

"Lessons of the Mikoyan Visit," January 31, 1959

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, February 25, 1959

 

"Memorandum on Proposed Campaign to Clarify Berlin Issue in Relation to Eastern Europe," March 23, 1959

 

"Implications of Macmillan's Peace Program," March 30, 1959

 

"Memorandum on the Adenauer-Macmillan Disagreement as Publicly Revealed by Adenauer's Speech in the New York Times of April 9," April 10, 1959

 

"Letter to a Friend in Washington," April 15, 1959

 

"The Pitfalls of Negotiation," April 20, 1959

 

Letter to the editor, New Leader, May 18, 1959

 

"Memorandum on Conversation with Mr. Herter," May 20, 1959

 

"Relaxation of Tensions and Cultural Exchange: Smokescreen for Soviet Expansion," July 1959

 

"Why Adenauer Changed His Mind (or the Adenauer-Erhard Controversy)," July 1959

 

Questions and Answers to the Berlin Crisis, July 1, 1959

 

"Captive Nations Week, 1959: A Manifesto," July 20, 1959, (with Monsignor John Balkunas and Stefan Korbonski)

 

"U.S.-Soviet Relations," July 20-27, 1959

 

Letter to the editor, various newspapers, July 21, 1959, (with Monsignor John Balkunas and Stefan Korbonski)

 

"Khrushchev's Tirade Against Captive Nations Week," July 24, 1959, (with Monsignor John Balkunas and Stefan Korbonski)

 

"Memorandum on Khrushchev's Reaction to Captive Nations Week," July 24, 1959

 

"Flowers for Khrushchev?" August 1959

 

"Joint Statement on Khrushchev Visit," August 7, 1959, (with others)

 

"Why Are the USSR Negotiating? Because They Want Stability or Because They Are Preparing Further Expansion?" September 1959

 

Letter to the editor, New York Journal-American, September 9, 1959

 

Speech, New York, September 20, 1959

 

Speech, Amerika-Haeuser, Munich, Stuttgart and Hamburg, October 1959

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"Report on Mission to Paris and London," November 12, 1959

 

Speech, Assembly of Captive European Nations memorial meeting for Dr. Povl Bang-Jensen, New York, December 9, 1959

 

"American Friends of the Captive Nations Program in 1960," 1960

 

"Comparison between Stevenson Position on 1956 Atomic Tests and Eisenhower's Position Today," 1960

 

"Confidential Memorandum on Dr. Dobriansky and the Ukrainian Congress Committee," 1960(?)

 

"Democratic and Republican Conventions," 1960

 

Hungary under Soviet Rule, Volume IV, Introduction, 1960, (with Peter Zenkl)

 

"Is There a Sino-Soviet Split?" 1960, (with Suzanne Labin)

 

"Key Points in a Protest Against Khrushchev and His Quislings," 1960

 

"Memorandum on Nehru's Statement Against German Unity," 1960

 

"The New Soviet Test Ban Proposal," 1960

 

"Why the Present U.S. Defense Debate Is Not Only Indecisive but Irrevelant," 1960

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, February 8, 1960

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, February 9, 1960

 

Speech, dinner in honor of Constantin Fotitch, New York, February 13, 1960

 

"Further Notes on the Soviet Test Proposal," March 30, 1960

 

"The Berlin Question: An American View," April-May 1960

 

"Statement Approved by the Executive Committee of the American Friends of the Captive Nations for Presentation to Undersecretary of State Livingston Merchant," May 10, 1960

 

"Comment on Khrushchev's Threat to Break Up the Summit Conference," May 16, 1960

 

"Brief Summary of Conditions in the Baltic Countries," June 1960

 

"Memorandum on the Definition of 'Captive Nations,'" June 10, 1960

 

Testimony before Regional Democratic Platform Committee, Los Angeles, June 21, 1960

 

"Memorandum on Advantages of Walter Judd as Republican Vice Presidential Candidate," June 30, 1960

 

"Manifesto: Captive Nations Week, 1960," July 4, 1960, (with Monsignor John Balkunas and Peter Zenkl)

 

Testimony before Democratic Platform Committee, Los Angeles, July 7, 1960

 

"Comment on Testimony of Dr. Leo Dobriansky before Republican Platform Committee," July 20, 1960

 

Testimony before Republican Platform Committee, Chicago, July 20, 1960

 

"Questions for Senator Kennedy on Eastern Europe," August 10, 1960

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, September 1, 1960

 

"Memorandum on Kennedy and Poland," October 1960

 

"Memorandum on Appeal to Senator Kennedy," October 5, 1960

 

Speech introducing Senator Thomas J. Dodd, Harvard Club testimonial dinner, October 19, 1960

 

"A Comment on the Kennedy-Nixon Offshore Islands Debate," October 29, 1960

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Letter to the editor, New York Times, 1961

 

"Manifesto for the Fifth Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution," 1961, (with others)

 

"Memorandum on Stevenson Plan to Drop Hungary and Tibet from the United Nations Agenda as 'Cold War Issues' in Exchange for Soviet Agreement to Postpone Debate on Disarmament," 1961(?)

 

Questions and Answers on the Berlin Crisis (revised edition), 1961

 

"Report on the Political Panel," 1961

 

"Report on the Second American-German Conference," 1961

 

The Vanishing Swastika, 1961, (with Norbert Muhlen)

 

"An Interim Plan for the Defense of Laos," January 2, 1961

 

Speech, Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy meeting, New York, January 10, 1961

 

Speech, James Monroe High School, March 14, 1961

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, March 23, 1961

 

"The Laos Crisis," March 24, 1961

 

"Memorandum on the Reasons for the Differences between France and the United States in Laos," April 1961

 

"The Present State of German-American Relations, or German-American Relations in the Shadow of the Eichmann Trial," May 1961

 

"A Judgment on the Cuban Fiasco," May 6, 1961

 

"A Comment on German Nationalism," May 9, 1961

 

"Comment on the Kennedy-Khrushcev Conference," May 22, 1961

 

"USA-Deutschland: Vertrauensbasis unerschuettert" (U.S.- Germany: Basis of Trust Unshaken), June 1961

 

"Entente Cordiale of Our Time: France and Germany," July 4, 1961

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, September 5, 1961

 

"Memorandum on Possible Areas for Negotiation between the Soviets and the West on Berlin," September 25, 1961

 

"Why the Press and the Experts Went Wrong on Kennedy's Berlin Policy: A Study of the Pitfalls of Open Diplomacy in the Age of Mass Media," November 30, 1961

 

"Comment on the Article in the July 1961 Foreign Affairs, 'Peaceful Engagement in Eastern Europe,' by Zbigniew Brzezinski and William E. Griffith," December 1961

 

"Memorandum Analyzing Kennedy's Policy in the Congo," December 14, 1961

 

"Emergency Appeal to All Freedom-Loving People: Aid Refugees from Communism in China," 1962, (with others)

 

Peace through the Soviets? preface, 1962

 

"Memorandum on the Hungarian Question," 1962

 

"U.S. Policy toward the Famine in Red China," 1962

 

"Why a Wide Response to the Attached Senatorial Questionnaire Circulated by the American Friends of the Captive Nations and by Americans of Central Eastern European Descent Would Serve the Interests of the Democratic Party as Well as the Nation as a Whole," 1962

 

"Threat to Unity on Berlin," February 17, 1962

 

Letter to the editor, America, April 7, 1962

 

"Manifesto for Captive Nations Week, 1962," June 15, 1962, (with others)

 

"Draft for Joint Statement by Members of Executive Committee of the American Friends of Vietnam, To Be Signed as Individuals, To Protect Our Tax Deductibility," July 1962

 

Speech, Captive Nations Week dinner, Assembly of Captive European Nations, Washington, July 18, 1962

 

Speech nominating Jacob Javits for Senator, Liberal Party convention, New York, September 19, 1962

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, September 27, 1962

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, October 3, 1962

 

"Memorandum on President Kennedy's Policy since Receiving Khrushchev's Letter of Virtual Surrender on the Soviet Missile Bases in Cuba," November 2, 1962

 

Speech to group of expellee leaders, Bonn, November 26, 1962

Box 116

"Urgent Memo on Hungary and the U.N.," December 5, 1962

 

"Outline of Detailed Agenda for Proposed Informal Off-the-Record Discussion or Debate on East-West Trade," 1963

 

"The U.S. Plan for a NATO Nuclear Deterrent," 1963

 

"Repercussions of the Dollar Deficit on U.S. Cold War Policy," February 20, 1963

 

"The Common Market Crisis," March 9, 1963

 

Letter to the editor, America, March 25, 1963

 

"Notes on Key Figures in Kennedy Administration as Their Records and Influence Have Evolved during the Last Two Years," April 11, 1963

 

"The Sino-Soviet Dispute," May 1, 1963

 

"In Defense of Charity," June 1963

 

"The U.S. Reversal on Hungary," June 1963

 

"Manifesto for Captive Nations Week, 1963," June 26, 1963, (with others)

 

Speech, Captive Nations Week dinner, Washington, July 17, 1963

 

"Pitfalls in a Non-Aggression Pact," August 1963

 

"Answer to a Friend's Criticism of Christopher Emmet's Orbis Article for a NATO Nuclear Deterrent," September 18, 1963

 

"Letter to a German Friend," October 1, 1963

 

"Bericht ueber meinen Besuch in Deutschland vom 12-30 Oktober 1963" (Report on My Visit to Germany of October 12-30, 1963), October 28, 1963

 

"Letter to a German Friend on Reports of a Planned American Troop Withdrawal," November 1, 1963

 

"Excerpts from a Report to German Friends on Trends of U.S. Opinion on Withdrawal of Troops from Germany," November 4, 1963

 

Speech, Assembly of Captive Nations dinner in Honor of Ole Bjorn Kraft, New York, November 13, 1963

 

"Impressions of Present European Attitudes toward de Gaulle, the U.S., and the U.S.S.R.," November 21, 1963

 

Letter to the editor, various newspapers, November 27, 1963, (with Aleksander Kutt)

 

Manifesto for Captive Nations Week, 1964," 1964, (with others)

 

Poland 1964: A Study in Lost Hopes, introduction, 1964

 

"Summary of Report for the Foreign Policy Research Institute," 1964

 

"Vorschlaege, wie man moegliche deutsch-amerikanische Missverstaendnisse waehrend des amerikanischen Wahlkampfes vermindern kann" (Proposals on How Possible German-American Misunderstandings during the American Election Campaign Can Be Reduced), 1964

 

"What Germany and the U.S. Should Do in the Present Crisis over MLF," 1964

 

"Memorandum on de Gaulle's Lifetime Record on the Communist Question in Connection with His Recognition of Red China," February 10, 1964

 

"Memorandum on the 'Relax Tensions' Fallacy," February 21, 1964

 

"Memorandum on Henry Kissinger's Three Lectures," March 23, 1964

 

"Highlights of U.S. Political Trends in February and March," March 24, 1964

 

"General de Gaulle's Foreign Policy Record," March 25, 1964

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Testimony before U.S. House Un-American Activities Committee, May 1964

 

Verpasst der Westen seine Chancen?" (Has the West Missed Its Chance?) June 1964

 

"False Priorities in American Foreign Policy," June 5, 1964

 

"Statement Presented to the Republican Platform Committee on Behalf of the American Friends of the Captive Nations," July 9, 1964

 

"Captive Nations Week," speech, July 14, 1964

 

"The Race Riots and the U.S. Elections," July 22, 1964

 

"Causes and Components of the White Backlash and Goldwater Revolution," August 5, 1964

 

"Memorandum on U.S. Policy toward Germany Submitted to Secretary Rusk and the German Desk of the State Department," August 13, 1964

 

"Which Is Stronger, Nationalism or Anti-Communism, in Eastern Europe," August 13, 1964

 

"Statement Presented to the Democratic Platform Committee on Behalf of the American Friends of the Captive Nations," August 19, 1964

 

Speech, meeting of Polish army veterans, Philadelphia, August 30, 1964

 

Speech, 4th American-German Conference, Berlin, November 1964

 

"Trends in German Relations with the United States and France," November 5, 1964

 

"The Role of the Communications Media on Influencing Public Opinion and Government Policy," November 10, 1964

 

Letter to the editor, Ukrainian Bulletin, November 15, 1964

 

"Report on the Situation in Germany," November 24, 1964

 

"Comment on Article by Alfons Dalma in the Bayern Kurier of November 27, 1965," 1965

 

"The U.S. Nuclear Monopoly and the MLF," January 14, 1965

 

"The New Crisis in Vietnam," February 11, 1965

 

"Paradox of de Gaulle and the German 'Gaullists,'" February 25, 1965

 

"Letter to a Senator Who Calls for Negotiations Now on South Vietnam," March 8, 1965

 

"President Johnson's Speech on Vietnam," April 8, 1965

 

"The Problem of Combatting Communist 'Wars of Liberation,'" April 12, 1965

 

"What's Wrong with Our Foreign Policy?" speech, New Era Club of the Educational Alliance, New York, April 23, 1965

 

"Draft of a Freedom House Statement for the Consideration of the Board, April 29th," April 26, 1965

 

"Captive Nations Week Manifesto, 1965," June 21, 1965, (with Vasil Germenji and Monsignor John Balkunas)

 

Speech, June 29, 1965

 

Speech, commemoration ceremonies for Nicola Petkov, September 18, 1965

 

Speech, St. Joseph's College for Women, Brooklyn, October 28, 1965

 

Speech, November 11, 1965

 

"Report on Henry Kissinger," December 18, 1965

 

"Philosophical Notes," December 28, 1965

 

"Captive Nations Week Manifesto, 1966," 1966, (with Vaclovas Sidzikauskas)

 

"The Causes and Cure of NATO's Erosion," January 11, 1966

 

"NATO and the American-German Alliance," January 12, 1966

 

"Memorandum to My German Friends," January 20, 1966

 

"How Peace May Come to Vietnam," February 4, 1966

 

"Anti-Communist Leaders in the Senate," February 25, 1966

 

"The Presidents's Staff," March 1, 1966

 

"Anatomy of a Communist Takeover: A Timely Theme for Congressional Hearings," March 5, 1966

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, March 6, 1966

 

"Vietnam: 'Agonizing Reappraisal,'" March 12, 1966

 

"Memorandum on the Role of the Communications Media on Influencing Public Opinion and Government Policy," April 9, 1966

 

Speech, City College of New York, April 15, 1966

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, April 17, 1966

Box 118

"Why the U.S. Is in Vietnam," April 22, 1966

 

Speech, May 17, 1966

 

"American Friends of the Captive Nations and the Struggle for Freedom," May 26, 1966

 

"Current American Criticism of Germany and Europe," May 31, 1966

 

The Lithuanian National Revolt of 1941, introduction, May 31, 1966

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, September 19, 1966

 

"Notes on German and European Reunification," October 21, 1966

 

Speech, commemorative meeting on the tenth anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution, Assembly of Captive European Nations, New York, October 24, 1966

 

"Statement on President Johnson's Speech on Eastern Europe," October 24, 1966

 

"Report on the NATO Troop Crisis," November 1966

 

Speech, Conference of Americans of Central-East European Descent dinner in honor of Senator Thomas J. Dodd, December 3, 1966

 

"The Meaning of the German Elections," December 30, 1966

 

"Comment on Article in Corriere della Sera by Ugo Stille," 1967

 

"Comment on the Article, 'The Risk Russia Is Running,' in the Economist of October 7, 1967," 1967

 

"The Real Soviet Power Play in the Near East," 1967(?)

 

Speech, Brooklyn, January 25, 1967

 

"American Public Opinion and German Nationalism," February 12, 1967

 

"American Friends of the Captive Nations Memorandum on the Premises and Methods of the Bridges-to-the-East Policy," February 20, 1967

 

Letter to the editor, America, March 17, 1967

 

Speech, Loyola University, Los Angeles, April 24, 1967

 

"Captive Nations Week Manifesto, 1967," May 9, 1967, (with Stefan Korbonski)

 

"John Foster Dulles Tenth Anniversary Project," May 18, 1967

 

"Did Moscow Lose the Mideast War?" June 27, 1967

 

"Statement on Captive Nations Week," July 12, 1967

 

"Detente: Myth or Reality?" July 25, 1967

 

"Russia's Role in Vietnam," July 29, 1967

 

"Communications Media," speech, Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut, August 7, 1967

 

"Fiftieth Anniversary of a Universal Tragedy," speech, Assembly of Captive European Nations plenary meeting, New York, November 4, 1967

 

"Memorandum on the Present Situation in the Near East," November 16, 1967

 

Speech to St. George Society, Washington Irving High School, November 26, 1967

 

"Captive Nations Week Manifesto, 1968," 1968, (with George M. Dimitrov)

 

"Excerpt from a Letter to a Member of the German Bundestag on U.S.-German Differences," February 5, 1968

 

"Key Problems Affecting U.S.-German Relations and Cooperation within NATO," February 6, 1968

 

"Current Criticisms of the U.S. in Germany," February 7, 1968

 

"Some Answers to Criticism of U.S. Policy Listed in the Attached Paper," February 7, 1968

 

"Notes on the Sharpening Cold War," February 19, 1968

 

"Report on My Recent Trip to Germany," March 20, 1968

 

"German and European Attitudes toward the Non-Proliferation Treaty," March 21, 1968

 

"Reflections on the Assassination of Dr. King," April 19, 1968

Box 119

"The Confrontation of the Two Americas," June 14, 1968

 

Speech, Baltic Nations Commemoration, Assembly of Captive European Nations, New York, June 26, 1968

 

Untitled, July 6, 1968

 

"The Link between Vietnam, Berlin and the Near East," July 16, 1968

 

"The Media and the Assassinations," July 30, 1968

 

Testimony before the Democratic Platform Committee, Chicago, August 23, 1968

 

"Statement on the Czechoslovak Invasion," August 27, 1968

 

"The U.S. Elections," October 23, 1968

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times, November 13, 1968

 

"Captive Nations Week Manifesto, 1969," 1969, (with Jozef Lettrich)

 

"Joint Statement: American Friends of the Captive Nations, Conference of Americans of Central and Eastern European Descent," February 6, 1969, (with Monsignor John Balkunas)

 

"Report on Objections in Germany to Signing the Non-Proliferation Treaty Now," February 19, 1969

 

Speech, International Peasant Union, March 1, 1969

 

"Report on United States Senate Action on the Non-Proliferation Treaty," March 28, 1969

 

"Post-War Germany," speech, University of Pennsylvania Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia, July 1969

 

"The ABM Debate," July 2, 1969

 

Letter to the editor, New York Times Magazine, July 25, 1969

 

Speech, 16th Plenary Session, Assembly of Captive European Nations, September 16, 1969

 

"Memorandum on Talk by Sam Brown at Council on Foreign Relations," December 4, 1969

 

"Captive Nations Week Manifesto, 1970," 1970, (with Alfreds Berzins)

 

Untitled, February 26, 1970

 

"Missing Element in the Debate," June 30, 1970

 

"Implications of the Bonn-Moscow Pact," August 25, 1970

 

Speech, Assembly of Captive European Nations, September 15, 1970

 

"Reflections of an 'Unreconstructed' New Deal Liberal of the New Leader School," October 28, 1970

 

"Captive Nations Week Manifesto, 1971," 1971, (with Vasil Germenji)

 

"Memorandum on Policy toward Eastern Europe," June 30, 1971

 

Speech, Assembly of Captive European Nations plenary session, September 21, 1971

 

Speech on the 15th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution, Philadelphia, October 24, 1971

 

Speech, Baltic Women's Council, New York, March 5, 1972

 

"Report on Trip to Germany," March 14, 1972

 

Speech, June 19, 1972

 

"East-West Trade," speech, Assembly of Captive European Nations, New York, September 19, 1972

 

"The Captive Nations in 1972," October 2, 1972

 

"Analysis of the U.S. Elections," October 13, 1972

 

"Germany as Seen from the United States on the Eve of the Two National Elections," November 6, 1972

 

"Captive Nations Week Manifesto, 1973," 1973, (with Stefan Korbonski)

 

"Summary of David Martin's Activities on Behalf of the Iron Curtain Refugees and the Captive Nations," 1973

 

"Letter to a European Friend on the 'New Nixon,'" January 11, 1973

 

"Report on Trip to Germany, February 22nd-March 7th, 1973," March 10, 1973

 

"Reflections on Watergate," May 25, 1973

 

"More Reflections on Watergate," July 27, 1973

 

"A Memorial to Nicola Petkov," speech, September 22, 1973

 

"Memorandum on the Work of David Martin," October 17, 1973

 

"Memorandum Proposing a Testimonial Dinner in Honor of David Martin," October 26, 1973

 

"Letter to a German Friend (Member of the CDU Party)," December 10, 1973

 

RADIO BROADCAST TRANSCRIPTS, 1939-1973

Scope and Content Note

Notes for and typewritten transcripts of radio broadcasts, arranged chronologically.
Box 120

"Can America Keep Out of War?" WEVD, New York, 1939

 

Untitled, WMCA, March 16, 1939

 

Untitled, Poughkeepsie, New York, April 15, 1939

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 16, 1939

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 30, 1939

 

Untitled, 194?

 

"Is Disarmament Possible?" 194?

 

Untitled, New York University Forum, WEVD, New York, December 26, 1940

 

News commentary, WEVD, New York, March 14, 1941

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 21, 1941

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 28, 1941

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 4, 1941

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 11, 1941

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 18, 1941

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 25, 1941

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 2, 1941

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 9, 1941

 

"Should We Agitate for a Second Front?" WEVD, New York, October 6, 1942

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, June 17, 1943

 

Untitled, Round Table Forum, WEVD, New York, June 29, 1943

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, July 2, 1943

 

Untitled, Round Table Forum, WEVD, New York, July 13, 1943

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, July 16, 1943

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, July 23, 1943

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, July 30, 1943

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, August 6, 1943

 

"Who Are the American Fascists? Round Table Forum, WEVD, New York, August 10, 1943

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, August 13, 1943

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, August 20, 1943

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, August 24, 1943

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, August 28, 1943

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, September 3, 1943

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, September 7, 1943

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, September 10, 1943

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, September 17, 1943

 

"Small Powers and the Moscow-Cairo Agreement," WEVD, New York, December 14, 1943

 

"Future of France," Round Table Forum, WEVD, New York, January 10, 1944

 

"What Did Pravda Mean?" Round Table Forum, WEVD, New York, January 25, 1944

 

Untitled, Round Table Forum, WEVD, New York, February 8, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, March 17, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, March 31, 1944

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 2, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, May 26, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, June 23, 1944

 

"The First Victim of Japanese Aggression," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 27, 1944

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, June 30, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, July 7, 1944

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, July 11, 1944

 

Bastille Day Program, WNYC, July 14, 1944

 

"The Democratic Convention," WEVD, New York, July 19, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, August 11, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, August 18, 1944

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, August 24, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, September 1, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, September 8, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, September 29, 1944

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 3, 1944

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 17, 1944

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 19, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, October 20, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, October 27, 1944

 

"The Catholic Bishops' Peace Principles," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 28, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, November 3, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, November 10, 1944

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 14, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, November 17, 1944

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, November 24, 1944

 

Untitled, November 27, 1944

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, November 28, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, December 1, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom Forum, WEVD, New York, December 6, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, December 8, 1944

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 12, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, December 15, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, December 22, 1944

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, December 29, 1944

Box 121

Untitled, 1945(?)

 

Untitled, Freedom Forum, WEVD, New York, 1945

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, January 5, 1945

 

Untitled, Freedom Forum, WEVD, New York, January 10, 1945

 

"Two Lessons from Our Temporary Set-back in France," Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, January 12, 1945

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, January 19, 1945

 

"Should We Break Diplomatic Relations with Spain Now? Newspaper Guild Forum on Spain, WMCA, January 23, 1945

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, January 26, 1945

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, February 2, 1945

 

Untitled, Freedom Forum, WEVD, New York, February 7, 1945

 

Untitled, February 9, 1945

 

"Will the Wallace Plan Work?" Freedom Forum, WEVD, New York, February 14, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, February 16, 1945

 

"Argentina and Economic Sanctions," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 20, 1945

 

Untitled, Freedom House Program, WEVD, New York, February 23, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 2, 1945

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 6, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 9, 1945

 

"Communism in the U.S.," WEVD, New York, March 16, 1945

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 20, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 23, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 30, 1945

 

"The Military Picture in China," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 3, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 13, 1945

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 17, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 20, 1945

 

"Truman and Unity," Freedom Forum, WEVD, New York, April 25, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 27, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 4, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 11, 1945

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 15, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 18, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 25, 1945

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 29, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, June 1, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, June 8, 1945

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 12, 1945

 

Untitled, June 22, 1945

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 26, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, July 20, 1945

 

"Lessons of the British Elections," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, July 24, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, July 27, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, August 10, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, August 17, 1945

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, August 21, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, August 24, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, August 31, 1945

 

"German War Criminals," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, September 4, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, September 14, 1945

 

"Negotiations with Britain," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, September 18, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, September 21, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, September 28, 1945

 

"Australia and the Big Five," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 2, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, October 5, 1945

 

"New Zealand," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 16, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, October 19, 1945

 

"An Answer to Russell Davenport," WMCA, October 23, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, October 26, 1945

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 30, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, November 2, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, November 9, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, November 16, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, November 23, 1945

 

"Crisis in China," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 27, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, December 7, 1945

 

Untitled, Forum, December 11, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, December 14, 1945

 

"What Causes Peace?" Queens College Forum, WNYC, December 18, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, December 21, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, December 28, 1945

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, January 4, 1946

 

"Prospects for Unity in China," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 9, 1946

 

Untitled, Freedom House Forum, WEVD, New York, January 18, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, January 24, 1946

 

Untitled, January 25, 1946

 

Untitled, February 1, 1946

 

"Problems Facing the New French Government," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 5, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 15, 1946

 

"The Manchurian Crisis," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 19, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 22, 1946

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 2, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 5, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 19, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 10, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 17, 1946

 

"Mihailovich: Hero or Traitor?" The Reviewing Stand, Northwestern University on the Air, WGN, Chicago, June 9, 1946

 

"Can General Marshall's Mission Succeed?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 25, 1946

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, July 9, 1946

 

"Behind the Mihailovich Case," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, July 23, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, August 9, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, August 16, 1946

Box 122

Untitled, WEVD, New York, September 13, 1946

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, September 17, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, September 20, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, September 27, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, October 4, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, October 11, 1946

 

"De Gaulle and the French Constitution," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 15, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, October 17, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, October 25, 1946

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 29, 1946

 

Untitled, November 1, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, November 8, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, November 15, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, November 22, 1946

 

"Hopes for a United States of Europe," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 26, 1946

 

"How Can Capitalist America Best Do Business with Socialist or Communist Europe?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 10, 1946

 

"Iran and Henry Wallace," WEVD, New York, December 13, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, December 20, 1946

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, January 3, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, January 10, 1947

 

Untitled, January 17, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, January 24, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, January 31, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, February 7, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, February 14, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, February 21, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, February 28, 1947

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 4, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 7, 1947

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 13, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 21, 1947

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 1, 1947

 

"Should the Communist Party Be Banned?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 15, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 18, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 25, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 16, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 23, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, June 6, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, June 13, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, June 20, 1947

 

"Does the Marshall Plan Conflict with the Truman Doctrine?" WEVD, New York, July 4, 1947

 

Untitled, July 11, 1947

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, July 25, 1947

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, August 12, 1947

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 7, 1947

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 4, 1947

 

"Shall We Include China in the Marshall Plan?" Forum, WEVD, New York, December 2, 1947

 

"Year End Review of Foreign Policy," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 30, 1947

 

"Lincoln and Gandhi," WEVD, New York, February 12, 1948

 

"Soviet Citizen Abroad," Forum, WEVD, New York, September 7, 1948

 

"China," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 8, 1948

 

Untitled, January 14, 1949

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 11, 1949

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 3, 1950

 

"German-American Misunderstandings," NWDR, Hamburg, July 4, 1950

 

"Attitudes towards German Rearmament," WEVD, New York, September 20, 1950

 

"Alternative to Appeasement in Korea," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 8, 1950

 

"Mr. Hoover's Plan," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 22, 1950

 

Untitled, Forum, 1951

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 13, 1951

 

"Can the Chinese People Liberate Themselves?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 25, 1951

 

"Is Tito a Reliable Ally?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, September 28, 1951

 

"A New Message to the Enslaved Countries," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 12, 1951

 

"Problem of McCarthyism," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 9, 1951

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 1, 1952

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 15, 1952

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 6, 1952

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, October 31, 1952

 

"Finland," Forum, May 29, 1953

 

"The Suez Crisis," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, September 28, 1956

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 12, 1956

 

Untitled, November 1956(?)

Box 123

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 18, 1957

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 15, 1957

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 29, 1957

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 10, 1957

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 24, 1957

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, September 27, 1957

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 11, 1957

 

"The Soviet Threat to Turkey," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 25, 1957

 

"40th Anniversary, Bolshevik Revolution," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 8, 1957

 

"The Dispute with France over Arms to Tunisia," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 22, 1957

 

"Was NATO Conference a Success?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 20, 1957

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, 1958

 

"Crisis in Indonesia," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 3, 1958

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 31, 1958

 

Untitled, University of the Air, WEVD, New York, February 14, 1958

 

"Foreign Aid: Crucial Issue, 1958," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 28, 1958

 

"The Franco-Tunisian Conflict," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 28, 1958

 

"The Role of Vietnam in Southeast Asia," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 11, 1958

 

"France in Crisis," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 25, 1958

 

"Is Indonesia Going Communist?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 9, 1958

 

Untitled, June 6, 1958

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, September 26, 1958

 

"Is Inspected Disarmament Possible?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 10, 1958

 

"The Polish and Hungarian Revolutions," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 23, 1958

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 7, 1958

 

"The U.N. Debate on Hungary," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 5, 1958

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 19, 1958

 

"The Meaning of the Mikoyan Visit," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 16, 1959

 

"The Balance of Power in the Cold War," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 30, 1959

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 13, 1959

 

"De Gaulle's Policy in Algeria," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 27, 1959

 

"Can We Solve the European Refugee Problem?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 13, 1959

 

Untitled, March 27, 1959

 

"Results of the NATO Meeting in Washington," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 10, 1959

 

"Are the Allies United?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 24, 1959

 

"The Geneva Foreign Ministers Conference," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 22, 1959

 

"The Mystery of Khrushchev's Visit to Albania," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 5, 1959

 

"Why Did Adenauer Change His Mind?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 19, 1959

 

"Hungary and the United Nations," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 4, 1959

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 12, 1960

 

"Algeria," WEVD, New York, January 27, 1960

 

"Soviet Techniques of Propaganda and Subversion," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 12, 1960

 

Untitled, February 26, 1960

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Broadcast, WEVD, New York, March 11, 1960

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Broadcast, WEVD, New York, March 25, 1960

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Broadcast, WEVD, New York, May 3, 1960

 

"The Tyrol," October 21, 1960

 

"Foreign Policy in the Campaign," WEVD, New York, November 4, 1960

 

"U.N. Assembly Session," November 25, 1960

 

"An Appraisal of the U.N. Session," University of the Air, Foreign Policy Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 16, 1960

 

"The Diplomatic Break with Cuba," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 13, 1961

 

"The U.N. and the Congo," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 10, 1961

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 24, 1961

 

"How Communist Is Castro?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 7, 1961

 

"France After the Generals' Revolt," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 5, 1961

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 19, 1961

 

"Tractors for Prisoners," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 1, 1961

 

"The Berlin Crisis and the Hungarian Revolution," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 25, 1961

 

"Congo and Katanga," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 11, 1961

 

Untitled, Barry Gray Show, November 20, 1961

 

"Should Communist China Be Admitted to the U.N.?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 24, 1961

 

"The U.N. in Crisis," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 22, 1961

 

"Indonesia and New Guinea," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 16, 1962

 

"The U.S. Involvement in South Vietnam," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 2, 1962

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 16, 1962

 

"Britain and the Common Market," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 26, 1962

 

"How Solid Is Democracy in Western Germany?" WRVR, New York, March 27, 1962

 

Untitled, University of the Air, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 1962

 

"The U.S. Partnership with the Common Market," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 10, 1962

 

"The Refugee Deportations from Hong Kong," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 25, 1962

 

"Do We Have a 'No-Win' Foreign Policy?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 8, 1962

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The guests are Adolf A. Berle, Jr., former Assistant Secretary of State, and Eugene Lyons, senior editor, Readers Digest. Emmet moderates. The men debate whether the Kennedy policy is a "no win" policy. Lyons is critical of the administration while Berle defends its policy. Alternate title: "What Is Our Cold War Policy?"
 

"First Hand Reports from Berlin," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, September 28, 1962

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The guests are Walter Kirschenbaum, assistant commissioner of licenses of New York City, who had just returned from East and West Berlin, and Norbert Muhlen, foreign correspondent and syndicated writer for North American Newspaper Alliance. Emmet moderates. This program was the season premier. A short portion of an unrelated program is also on the tape.
 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 12, 1962

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The guests are - Moshe Decter, writer on foreign affairs and former managing editor, New Leader, and Michael Harrington, author of "The Other America" and editor, New America. Emmet moderates.
 

"The Prospects for Atlantic Unity," Foreign Affairs Roundtable program October 26, 1962

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This program concerns the introduction of the United Kingdom into the Common Market. The guests are Dr. Kurt Birrenbach, member, Foreign Affairs Committee of German Parliament, and William Diebold, director, Economic Studies, Council on Foreign Relations. Emmet moderates.
 

"Cuba and the Election," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 9, 1962

 

"Impact of Cuba on Latin America," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 7, 1962

 

"Hungary," Forum, WEVD, New York, December 21, 1962

 

"The Congo Kaleidoscope," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 18, 1963

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 29, 1963

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"Cuba," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 12, 1963

 

"Political Impact of the Dollar Deficit," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 26, 1963

 

"The Italian Elections," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 10, 1963

 

"New U.S. Policy toward Hungary," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 23, 1963

 

"East-West Trade," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 7, 1963

 

"Diem and Viet Nam," WEVD, New York, November 15, 1963

 

"Kennedy's Foreign Policy Legacy," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 29, 1963

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 13, 1963

 

"Balance Sheet of Freedom," WEVD, New York, December 27, 1963

 

"The Growing Crisis in Southeast Asia," WEVD, New York, January 10, 1964

 

Untitled, January 24, 1964

 

"The Crisis in East Africa," February 1964

 

"De Gaulle and China," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 7, 1964

 

"A New Western Policy towards Eastern Europe," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 20, 1964

 

"Vietnam," WEVD, New York, April 3, 1964

 

"The New Phase of the Berlin Crisis," WEVD, New York, June 8, 1964

 

Untitled, September 22, 1964

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, September 25, 1964

 

"Vietnam," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 6, 1964

 

"Russia after Khrushchev," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 3, 1964

 

"The Real Choice in Vietnam," WEVD, New York, December 4, 1964

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, January 28, 1965

 

"U.S. Foreign Policy and World Opinion," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 1, 1965

 

Untitled, April 30, 1965

 

"Vietnam, Latin America and Communists," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 13, 1965

 

"Soviet Anti-Semitism," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 14, 1965

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 5, 1965

 

"British Policy and the United Nations," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 3, 1965

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 26, 1966

 

Untitled, February 8, 1966

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, February 11, 1966

 

"The Record of Coalition Governments with the Nazis, Fascists, and Communists," WEVD, New York, March 3, 1966

 

"A Coalition in Vietnam?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 10, 1966

 

"Germany and the United Nations," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 23, 1966

 

"China Policy," April 4, 1966

 

"The Crisis in NATO," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 7, 1966

 

"Developments in the Dominican Republic," WEVD, New York, May 5, 1966

 

"Two Eyewitness Reports on Vietnam," WEVD, New York, May 19, 1966

 

"The Tenth Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 11, 1966

 

"The Manila Conference and Its Effect on the Elections," WEVD, New York, November 8, 1966

 

"The German Elections," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 12, 1966

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, January 9, 1967

 

"Communist Reforms in Yugoslavia," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 9, 1967

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, July 12, 1967

 

"U.S.I.S," August 16, 1967

 

"A Year End Review of Foreign Policy," WEVD, New York, December 20, 1967

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 11, 1968

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, April 8, 1968

 

"The World Student Unrest," WEVD, New York, June 11, 1968

 

"Yugoslavia," WEVD, New York, December 2, 1968

 

"Germany and the New Administration," WEVD, New York, January 22, 1969

 

Untitled, March 3, 1969

 

"France after de Gaulle," WEVD, New York, May 5, 1969

 

"New Perspectives for European Unity," WEVD, New York, June 2, 1969

 

"The Impact of the German Elections," WEVD, New York, October 6, 1969

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, November 3, 1969

 

"The Vietnam Labor Movement and the Vietcong," WEVD, New York, December 1, 1969

 

"Prospects for 1970," WEVD, New York, January 5, 1970

 

"French Policy and the Middle East," WEVD, New York, March 4, 1970

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 8, 1970

 

"Cambodia," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 6, 1970

 

"The Crisis in the Middle East," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 3, 1970

 

"Will Vietnamization Work?" WEVD, New York, October 7, 1970

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, January 6, 1971

 

"NATO Today," WEVD, New York, April 7, 1971

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 5, 1971

 

"The Dollar Deficit," WEVD, New York, June 2, 1971

 

"Red China and the United Nations," WEVD, New York, November 3, 1971

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, November 30, 1971

 

"The Crisis in Pakistan," WEVD, New York, December 1, 1971

 

"Yugoslavia," WEVD, New York, January 5, 1972

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, February 2, 1972

 

"University Youth and Foreign Policy," WEVD, New York, April 5, 1972

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, May 3, 1972

 

"China: Then and Now," WEVD, New York, June 7, 1972

 

"The World Drug Traffic: Can the Epidemic Be Stemmed?" WEVD, New York, October 4, 1972

 

"Issues in the German Election," WEVD, New York, November 1, 1972

 

"Will There Be a Bloodbath in Vietnam?" WEVD, New York, December 5, 1972

 

"Is It Peace with Freedom?" WEVD, New York, February 5, 1973

 

"Will Yugoslavia Survive Tito?" WEVD, New York, April 4, 1973

 

"Germany," WEVD, New York, May 2, 1973

 

RADIO BROADCAST PHONOTAPES 1953-1973

Scope and Content Note

Phonotapes of radio broadcasts, arranged chronologically (1 reel per entry unless otherwise noted).
Box 125

Untitled, undated (11 reels)

 

"Anti-Americanism in Germany," undated

 

"British Policy in the U.N.," undated

 

"Fifth Amendment," Barry Gray Show, undated

 

"Korean Prisoners of War" December 1-3(2 reels)

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Year of recording unknown. U.N. Minan India on Korean POWs
 

"Youth and Foreign Policy," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, undated

 

Various recordings, April 18-May 29, 1953

 

"India's Role in Peace Conference" and "Should We Offer Non-Aggression Pact to Soviet Russia?" WEVD, New York, November 13, 1953

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, February 25, 1954

 

Untitled, Face the Nation Program, October 9, 1955

 

"East-West Trade," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 20, 1956

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 25, 1956

 

Various recordings, March 15-May 24, 1957

 

"Indonesia," April 26, 1957

 

"Shall We Continue Aid to Tito?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 6, 1957

 

"Results of the NATO Meeting," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 20, 1957

 

Untitled, Cedric Foster Show, WOR, New York, March 7, 1958

 

"The Role of Vietnam in Southeast Asia," Foreign Affairs Forum, WEVD, New York, April 11, 1958

 

"France in Crisis," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 25, 1958

 

"The Communist Threat in Indonesia," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 9, 1958

 

"Will de Gaulle Come to Power?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 23, 1958

 

"Economics of the Cold War," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 6, 1958

 

"Prospects for Disarmament," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 10, 1958

 

"Anniversary of Polish and Hungarian Revolutions," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 24, 1958

 

"The U.N. Debate on Cyprus," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 21, 1958

 

"The U.N. Debate on Hungary," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 5, 1958

 

Untitled, Ray Heatherton Show, WRCA, December 15, 1958

 

"Soviet Threat in Berlin," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 19, 1958

 

"The Meaning of the Mikoyan Visit," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 16, 1959

 

Untitled, January 30, 1959

 

"Problems of a New Berlin Airlift," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 13, 1959

 

"Can We End the European Refugee Problem?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 13, 1959

 

"De Gaulle's Policy on Algeria," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 27, 1959

Box 126

"Results of the NATO Meeting in Washington," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 10, 1959

 

"Are the Allies United?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 24, 1959

 

"Tibet's Impact on Asia," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 8, 1959

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 22, 1959

 

"Khrushchev's Visit to Albania," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 5, 1959

 

"Why Adenauer Changed His Mind," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 19, 1959

 

"Foreign Repercussions of Khrushchev's Visit," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, September 25, 1959

 

"Adenauer's Visit to England," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 20, 1959

 

"The U.N. Debate on Hungary," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 4, 1959

 

"Are Russia and China Drifting Apart?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 17, 1959

 

"Between the Lines," WNTA-TV, January 10, 1960

 

"Anti-Semitic Outbreaks in Germany," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 15, 1960

 

"The Crisis in Algeria," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 29, 1960

 

"Communist Propaganda Techniques," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 12, 1960

 

"How Much Communist Influence in Cuba?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 26, 1960

 

"Should Germany Have Bases in Spain?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 11, 1960

 

"Latest Soviet Offer on Atomic Tests," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 25, 1960

 

"Can de Gaulle Win in Algeria?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 8, 1960

 

"De Gaulle: Twenty Years After," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 22, 1960

 

Untitled, May 6, 1960

 

"The Plane Incident and the Summit," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 20, 1960

 

"Developments in East Germany," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 3, 1960

 

"Communist Threat in the Caribbean," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 17, 1960

 

"A Reply to Janos Kadar," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 7, 1960

 

"Austria's Place in Foreign Affairs," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 21, 1960

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 16, 1960

 

"The Diplomatic Break with Cuba," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 13, 1961

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 27, 1961

 

"U.N. and the Congo," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 10, 1961

 

"The German Social Democrats and Foreign Policy," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 24, 1961

 

"Where Does the Summit Lead Us?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 16, 1961

 

Untitled, Barry Gray Show, WMCA, August 14, 1961

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 13, 1961 (2 reels)

 

"The Fifth Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 27, 1961

 

"The Civil War in the Congo," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 10, 1961

 

"Should Communist China be Admitted to the U.N.?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 24, 1961

 

"The Effect of Castro's Communist Confession," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 8, 1961

 

"The U.N. in Crisis," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 22, 1961

 

"Kennedy's First Year," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 5, 1962

 

"The Outlook in Berlin," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 19, 1962

 

"The Cuban Refugees," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 2, 1962

Box 127

"The Dispute over West New Guinea," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 16, 1962 (2 reels)

 

"The U.S. Involvement in South Vietnam," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 2, 1962

 

"Italy's Turn to the Left," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 16, 1962

 

"Britain and the Common Market," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 30, 1962

 

"The Current Debate on the United Nations," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 13, 1962

 

"U.S. Partnership with the Common Market," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 11, 1962

 

"The Refugee Tragedy in Hong Kong," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 25, 1962

 

"What Is Our Cold War Policy?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 8, 1962

Scope and Content Note

Adolf A. Berl, Jr., former assistant secretary of state, and Eugene Lyons, senior editor, "Readers Digest," debate whether the Kennedy policy is a "no win" policy. Mr. Lyons is critical of the administration while Mr. Berle defends its policy. Emmet moderates.
 

"First-Hand Report from Berlin," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, September 28, 1962

Scope and Content Note

In this season premiere, the guests are Walter Kirschenbaum, assistant commissioner of licenses, New York City, who recently returned from East and West Berlin, and Norbert Muhlen, foreign correspondent and syndicated writer for the North American Newspaper Alliance. Emmet moderates. A short portion of an unrelated program is also on the tape.
 

"Is Our Foreign Policy Sufficiently Dynamic?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 12, 1962

Scope and Content Note

The guests are Moshe Decter, writer on foreign affairs and former managing editor, "New Leader," and Michael Harrington, author of "The Other America" and editor of "New America." Emmet moderates.
 

"The Prospects for Atlantic Unity," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 26, 1962

Scope and Content Note

This program about the introduction of the United Kingdom into the Common Market features guests Kurt Birrenbach, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the German Parliament, and William Diebold, director of Economic Studies for the Council on Foreign Relations. Emmet moderates.
 

"Impact of Cuba on the Elections," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 9, 1962

 

Untitled, Men's Class of the Air, November 20, 1962

 

"Impact of Cuba on Latin America," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 7, 1962

 

"The U.N. Decision on Hungary," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 21, 1962

 

"Recent Developments in the Congo," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 20, 1963

 

"De Gaulle and the Common Market Crisis," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 1, 1963

 

"Recent Developments in Eastern Europe," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 15, 1963

 

"Should There Be A NATO-Warsaw Non-Aggression Pact?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 1, 1963

 

"Alternatives to Be Faced in Cuba," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 29, 1963

 

"How Great Is Castro's Support in Cuba?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 12, 1963

 

"The Dollar Deficit and U.S. Foreign Policy," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 26, 1963

 

"Communist Strength in the Italian Elections," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 10, 1963

 

"A New U.S. Policy towards Hungary?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 24, 1963

 

"Should We Restore East-West Trade?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 7, 1963

 

"Consequences of the Communist Wheat Deal," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 1, 1963

 

"Latest Developments in Vietnam," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 15, 1963

 

"Kennedy's Foreign Policy Legacy," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 29, 1963

 

"U.S.-German Relations under President Johnson," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 13, 1963

 

"1963 Balance Sheet of Freedom," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 27, 1963

 

"The Growing Crisis in Southeast Asia: Vietnam," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 10, 1964

 

Untitled, January 15, 1964

 

"Colonialism in Panama: Fact or Myth?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 24, 1964 (2 reels)

 

"De Gaulle and Red China," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 6, 1964

 

"The Crisis in East Africa," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 21, 1964

 

"Recognition of Red China," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 6, 1964

 

"A New U.S. Policy toward Eastern Europe," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 20, 1964

 

"Steps to Save Vietnam," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 3, 1964

 

"Is Fulbright Right?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 1, 1964

 

"Are the Captive Nations Still Captive?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 29, 1964

 

"The New Phase of the Berlin Crisis," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 12, 1964

 

"The Big Lie," August 15, 1964

Box 128

Untitled, WEVD, New York, September 25, 1964

 

"Can We Save Vietnam?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 9, 1964

 

Untitled, October 23, 1964

 

"Can China and Russia Re-Unite?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 6, 1964

 

"Is the Communist Monolith Crumbling?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 20, 1964

 

Untitled, December 4, 1964

 

"The Battle to Save the Pound," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 18, 1964

 

Untitled, January 29, 1965

 

"Germany's Crisis with Nasser and Israel," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 5, 1965

 

"American Foreign Policy and World Opinion," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 2, 1965

 

"Initiatives for German Reunification," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, April 16, 1965

 

Sound recording of broadcast April 30, 1965

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Christopher Emmet interview with Frank Barnett concerning the withdrawal of the United States from Vietnam. Barnett is critical of advertisements in newspapers calling for withdrawal, especially professors who sign these ads even when they do not specialize in international relations nor South East Asia. The men discuss isolationism, non-intervention, and relaxing of tensions in regard to Vietnam and communism in general. Further analyzed is the relationship between public information and the limitations of civil liberties. The interview concludes by discussing the left-right political spectrum and name-calling of fascists, socialists, communists, etc.
 

"Soviet and Chinese Policy on Vietnam," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 14, 1965

 

"Causes of Soviet Anti-Semitism," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 18, 1965 (3 reels)

 

"The New Isolationism," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, July 2, 1965

 

"Crisis in NATO," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 8, 1965 (2 reels)

 

"Revolutionary Changes in Southeast Asia," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 5, 1965

 

"China and the U.N.," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 19, 1965

 

"A Plan for European Renunifcation," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 28, 1966

 

"Our Political Problems in South Vietnam," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 11, 1966

 

"Is German Reunification Possible?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 25, 1966

 

"Is Coalition in Vietnam Possible?" Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 10, 1966

 

"Germany and the U.N.," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, March 24, 1966

 

"The NATO Crisis," April 7, 1966

 

"Developments in the Dominican Republic," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, May 5, 1966

 

Sound recording of broadcast May 19, 1966

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Scope and Content Note

A three-way conversation with Peter Burley [?]; a candidate for Congress, Harvard Economics professor, and son of the former assistant secretary of state; and John Garrett of the US Information Agency in Vietnam. They discuss various aspects of the Vietnam War
 

"Communist China," June 3, 1966

 

"The Hungarian Revolution: Ten Years After," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 11, 1966

 

"Vietnam," November 8, 1966

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 14, 1967

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 13, 1967

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Peter White substitutes for Christopher Emmet, interviewing Joseph Buttinger. The men discuss the political history of Vietnam, especially the era of French rule and Vietnamese/Chinese relations.
 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, July 12, 1967

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, February 13, 1968

 

Untitled, At Random Show, Chicago, March 23, 1968 (3 reels)

 

Untitled, April 8, 1968 (2 reels)

 

"Unrest in Youth," June 11, 1968

Box 129

Untitled, October 8, 1968

 

"Can We Save the Universities from Chaos?" WEVD, New York, December 16, 1968

 

"Peru," April 7, 1969

 

"Vietnam," October 7, 1970

 

"India and Pakistan," WEVD, New York, December 2, 1971

 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, March 1, 1972

 

"Vietnam," May 3, 1972

 

"China," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 7, 1972

 

"International Drug Traffic," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, October 4, 1972

 

"German Elections," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, November 1, 1972

 

"Will There Be a Bloodbath in Vietnam?" with Daniel Teodoru, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 6, 1972

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002160

Scope and Content Note

The men discuss whether there will be a future blood bath in Vietnam in the context of America possibly admitting South Vietnamese refugees.
 

"Taiwan," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, January 3, 1973

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, March 1973

 

"Yugoslavia," WEVD, New York, April 4, 1973

 

Untitled, WEVD, New York, June 1973

 

"Watergate," Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, June 6, 1973

Box 130-131

Incremental materials

Box 131, reading room workstation

DECLASSIFIED U.S. GOVERNMENT RECORDS 1944-1968

Scope and Content Note

Formerly security-classified records of the U.S. government, released in full or in part. Includes some interfiled records determined to be unclassified. Arranged chronologically by date of release by Hoover
Reading room workstation

2010 release of records 1944-1955

Scope and Content Note

Letters and report relating to David Martin and the International Rescue Committee. Available as PDF files. The PDF files are page images, so full-text search is not possible.
Box 131

2011 July release of records 1950s-1968

Scope and Content Note

Letters and resumes relating to David Martin and others. Consists of unclassified records only.
 

RADIO BROADCAST PHONORECORDS 1942-1967

Scope and Content Note

Phonorecords of radio broadcasts, arranged chronologically. Use copies of all phonorecords in this collection are available for immediate access.
Record cabinet

Untitled (Songs that present Congressman Hamilton Fish in a negative light) undated 2 sides, 78 rpm

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002263

Scope and Content Note

Includes "The Old Gray Mare" reworked into "Old Man Ham." Possibly from the 1940 election, includes the lyric "20 long years ago." and two songs that may be part of one longer song. The lyrics advocate that all, even Republicans, vote for Fish's opponent.
 

Inga Goegsbro Christensen, "Serenade (To Her Friend Christopher Emmet)" and "Mona (Dedicated to Carl Friedberg)" undated, 2 sides, 78 rpm

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002264

Scope and Content Note

Two songs sung by Louis Birk
 

Private Robert Thomas recording, December 31, 1942, 12 sides

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002259

Scope and Content Note

Private Robert Thomas speaks about a multi-medium propaganda he'd like to develop entitled, "Uncle Sam's Family." This program would compare experiences of the various ethnic nationalities in Europe to those Americans and European refugees of such decent in the American military. He believes that Europeans will rally behind America when they see that those like them are fighting for democracy and equality to all people. The name was chosen in the idea of that is the most proper description for America, according to Thomas; that America is not a melting pot, but a multicultural nation.
 

"Ireland and the War," People's Platform, WABC, New York March 18, 1944, 6 sides

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002265

Scope and Content Note

A panel discussion about Ireland in World War II and fascism in Ireland. Missing two of the three discs or parts 1, 2, 4, and 5
 

Is Disarmament Possible Now? Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York January 7, 1947, 6 sides, 78 rpm

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002267

Scope and Content Note

Guests are Norman Thomas of the Socialist Party and Colonel Truman Smith
 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York, December 23, 1949, 8 sides, 78 rpm

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002422

Scope and Content Note

Emmet and two German guests discuss the possibility of a nationalist resurgence, anti-Semitism, and communism in Germany. They analyze both the guests' empirical evidence and macro statistical evidence such as the amount of former Nazi Party members in government and other topics.
 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York November 26, 1950, 8 sides, 78 rpm

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002423

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Emmet and labor attorney Louis Waldman discuss if communist China should be recognized and admitted to the United Nations. His guest is a staunch anti-communist and offers several arguments for why communist China should not be recognized.
 

Untitled, Barry Gray Show, WMCA December 9, 1963, 2 sides 33 1/3 rpm

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002260

Scope and Content Note

Brutus Coste, Edmund Gasper, and Christopher Emmet (all of the Assembly of Captive European Nations) appear on the Barry Gray Show to discuss Soviet occupation of and influence in Hungary.
 

"Protest" March 12, 1964, 3 sides, 33 1/3 rpm

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002262

Scope and Content Note

The NBC program is a debate between Gordon Zahn, author of In Solitary Witness: The Life and Death of Franz Jägerstätter, and Christopher Emmet, representing the American Council on Germany. The men debate the accuracy of the play "The Deputy" and if Pope Pius could be considered a criminal for his acquiescence of the holocaust. The men mention both good and bad things the Pope did during the war.
 

Untitled, Foreign Affairs Round Table, WEVD, New York March 20, 1964, 2 sides, 33 1/3 rpm

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002425

Scope and Content Note

Christopher Emmet and Professor Brzezinski discuss if America should treat other communist nations as it does Poland and Yugoslavia.
 

Untitled, Sandy Lesberg Show, WOR January 6, 1967, 4 sides, 33 1/3 rpm

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002426

Scope and Content Note

A panel discussion about Nazism and communism in Germany. Guests include Brutus Costa, Matthew [?], Christopher Emmet, Henry Marx, and Walter Strauss
 

Untitled, Barry Gray Show, WMCA March 10, 1967, 4 sides, 33 1/3 rpm

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002427

Scope and Content Note

Contains a panel discussing an article concerning Germany in Look Magazine. The panel analyzes the current nationalist tendencies in the NPD and if these will grow into a movement similar to the Nazis. Panelists are Joaquin Prince (spelling uncertain), Ted Hutus (spelling uncertain), and Christopher Emmet. The audio sounds like it may have been recorded off the airwaves.
 

Untitled, Barry Farber Show, WOR June 23, 1967, 5 sides, 33 1/3 rpm

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Use copy reference number: 74105_a_0002428

Scope and Content Note

A panel discussion on the summit at Glassboro, New Jersey between Lyndon Johnson and Alexey Kosygin, the war in Vietnam, and Israel. Guests are U.S. Representative Leonard Farbstein, National Review publisher William Rusher, Christopher Emmet, and Allard K. Lowenstein.
74105 - 10.A-V

PHOTOGRAPHS, 1941-1968

Physical Description: 88 prints, 1 negative / 9 envelopes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs, arranged by subject.
Envelope A

2 publicity prints used by the Committee to Aid Britain by Reciprocal Trade circa 1940-41

Envelope B

5 prints of General Draza Mihailovic and Chetnik troops in Yugoslavia, 1944; 12 prints of scenes at hearings of the Commission of Inquiry sponsored by the Committee for a Fair Trial for Draja Mihailovich, 1946; 1 negative of newspaper clippings relating to the trial of Draza Mihailovic.

Envelope C

35 prints of atrocities in the Greek Civil War. undated

Envelope D

10 prints of Christopher T. Emmet and other participants in the American Friends of the Captive Nations Liberation Rally in New York City. May 25, 1956

Envelope E

6 prints of Christopher T. Emmet and other participants in the American Friends of the Captive European Nations plenary meeting. June 28, 1957

Envelope F

4 prints of the ex-wife and children of General Pal Maleter, a leader of the Hungarian Revolutions, at a New York press conference held to appeal for his release. September 10, 1957.

Envelope G

4 prints of ceremonies in observation of Captive Nations Week in the U.S. 1961

Envelope H

2 prints of Christopher T. Emmet and other participants in a ceremony observing Captive Nations Week at New York City Hall. July 19, 1967.

Envelope I

8 miscellaneous prints undated

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