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Register of the Ralph Haswell Lutz Papers, 1903-1963
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Original Accession

 

RESEARCH FILES

Box 1.

Austrian Peace Delegation, 1919.

 

Selected Documents

 

Causes of the German Collapse in 1918. Published by Stanford University Press, 1934.

 

Notes

 

Miscellaneous Documents

 

"Imperial Germany in Revolution, 1918-1919, A Documentary Survey," by Charles B. Burdick and Ralph H. Lutz. Unpublished.

 

Drafts of Title Page and Preface

 

Outlines

 

Notes and Miscellaneous Lists of Documents

 

Chronology of Events

 

Source Materials (Translations of Selected Published and Unpublished German Documents)

 

Group I. List of Documents by Folder Number:

Box 2.

Documents, Folder 1, #1-63

 

Documents, Folder 2

 

Documents, Folder 2A, #64-125

 

Documents, Folder 3, #125-217

 

Documents, Folder 4, #218-285

 

Documents, Folder 5, #286-327

 

Documents, Folder 6 (Missing)

 

Documents, Folder 7, #378-427

 

Documents, Folder 8 (Missing)

 

Documents, Folder 9 (Missing)

 

Documents, Folder 10, #506-545

 

Documents, Folder 11, #546-610

 

Documents, Folder 12, #611-657

 

Documents, Folder 13, #658-698

 

Documents, Folder 14, #699-754

 

Documents, Folder 15, #755-812

 

Documents, Folder 16 (Missing)

Box 3.

Group II. List of Documents by Folder Number:

 

Documents, Folders 1-5A

Box 4.

Documents, Folders 6-11B

Box 5.

Documents, Folders 12-18

 

Documents, Folder 19 (Missing)

 

Documents, Folders 20-21

 

Documents, Folders 22-29 (Missing)

 

Documents, Folder 30

Box 6.

Documents, Folders 31-35

 

Documents, Folder 36 (Missing)

 

Documents, Folders 37-38

 

Group III

 

Unarranged Documents

Box 7-9.

Unarranged Documents

Box 9.

Italian Politics, 1914-1919

 

Translation of Aldrovandi, by Jean Black

 

Translation of Pietro Bertolini's Diary, by Jean Black

 

Translation of The Intervention of Italy, In the Secret Documents of the Entente, by Jean Black

 

Memorandum of Conversation between Professor Singer of Vienna and R. H. Lutz in November 1926, about German-Austrian relations.

 

Nazis and the Bruening Ministry.

Scope and Content Note

Translations of Selected Documents
 

Raymond Poincoré Letter to R. H. Lutz, 1926, about the Austrian Ultimatum to Serbia of July 1914.

Increments

 

WRITINGS

Box 10.

"The Spanish Armada"; thesis by Ralph N. Lutz, 1903

 

MISCELLANEA

Box 10.

Correspondence between Ralph H. Lutz and his father Harry E. Lutz (trip reports)

 

Letters and reports from E.D. Adams pertaining to A.R.A. Euopean operations

 

Letters from E.L. Harris regarding the deposition of his papers at the Hoover Institution

 

Letters from Frank A. Golder

 

Letters from German publishers and collectors

 

Correspondence between H. Hoover and Henry L. Stimson concerning the "Green Smear" (size of the American overseas army)

 

Copies of documents dealing with the criminal case against F.K. Ferenz and the "Friends of Progress" in Sacramento (accused of being pro-nazi), 1942

 

Notes, passports, clippings, maps, etc.

 

"The State of France in 1791," Thesis, Stanford University, 1904, by Ralph H. Lutz.

 

Miscellaneous correspondence, etc.

Box 11.

Diaries and notebooks (16) for the time between 1918 and 1943

 

"Report of Mr. S. Miles Bouton Concerning the Conditions in Germany," 1919

 

Letters and clippings regarding Professor Lutz' acceptance of a German merit cross (Verdienstkreuz) of the Order of the German Eagle, conferred upon him and other Americans by the Leader and Chancellor of the German Reich, Adolf Hitler, 1938.

 

"Transcript of the Cornerstone Ceremony of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Inc., at Hyde Park, New York." Sunday, Nov. 19, 1939. (Copy for Ralph H. Lutz).

 

Letter of Harold H. Fisher to Ralph H. Lutz, dated August 8, 1945

 

Army commission orders, Headquarters of the U.S. Military Mission in Berlin, 1919