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Series Description

Box 1-2

Biographical File, 1948-1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, certificates, financial materials, printed material, reports, speeches, press releases, newsletter, biographical material, and trip material. Arranged by form.
Boxes 2-32

Correspondence File, 1944-1984.

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence of Walter Judd, arranged alphabetically, but including major subsections arranged by date and by state (much of the latter relates to arrangements for speaking engagements). Correspondence relating to China is located in that series, and correspondence with constituents is filed in the CONGRESSIONAL FILE.
Boxes 32-61

Speeches And Writings, 1923-c. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Broadcast transcripts, newsletters, drafts, typecripts and printed copies of speeches and writings with related correspondence, notes, and printed material. Transcripts of congressional debates and insertions of material in the Congressional Recordby Dr. Judd have not been sorted by subject, but arranged as general subsections. Arranged chronologically, thereunder by subject.
Boxes 61-156

Congressional File, 1942-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Memoranda, reports, draft and final copies of legislation, budgets, transcripts, minutes, resolutions, speeches and statements, correspondence, clippings, notes, pamphlets, press releases, abstracts, newsletters, interviews, itineraries, serial issues, book reviews, and miscellany. This section includes office files and other material relating to Dr. Judd's official congressional functions. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Boxes 157-201

China File, 1922-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, reports, position statements, resolutions, printed articles, newsletters, maps, clippings, press releases, flyers, pamphlets, serial issues, biographical material, speeches and statements, minutes, agenda, financial material, book reviews, memoranda, itineraries, conference material, petitions, bulletins, advertisements, transcripts, notes, and miscellany. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Boxes 202-217

Political File, 1942-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Newsletters, speeches and statements, correspondence, biographical material, voting records, pamphlets, leaflets, campaign material, clippings, position statements and platforms, memoranda, questionnaires, financial material, reports, resolutions, form letters, press releases, notes, and miscellany. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Boxes 217-256

Subject File, 1928-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, reports, printed articles, clippings, newsletters, leaflets, serial issues, maps, notes, speeches and statements, memoranda, agenda and minutes, lists, resolutions, press releases, financial material, form letters, bibliographies, pamphlets, flyers, serial issues, transcripts, policy statements, interviews, book reviews, chronologies, conference material, by-laws, and miscellany. Arranged alphabetically by subject.
box  256 , Reading room workstation

Declassified U.S. government records 1953-1962

Scope and Content Note

Formerly security-classified records of the U.S. government, released in full or in part. Includes some government records determined by the government to be unclassified. Arranged chronologically by date of release by Hoover
Boxes 256-273; Film shelf; 10. A-V; Record cabinet

Audiovisual File, 1942-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Phonotapes, phonotape cassettes,photographs, phonorecords, and motion picture film. Arranged by form.
Boxes 274-297

Scrapbooks, 1942-1962.

Scope and Content Note

Primarily clippings; also includes copies of speeches and writings. Arranged by form, thereunder by date.

Container List

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1948-1988

Box 1., Folder 1

General. Biographical sketch, business card, and correspondence relating to the disposition of Dr. Judd's papers, 1968-1982

Folder 2

Articles. Printed material and correspondence, 1948-1975

Folder 3

Awards. Press release, clippings, certificate, list, newsletter, and miscellany, 1955-1988

Folder 4

Memberships. Correspondence and miscellany relating to the Cosmos Club, 1975-1983

Folder 5

Sponsorships. Primarily correspondence, 1963-1983

 

Trip material

Folder 6

1953. Western United States

Folder 7-13

1963. Middle and Far East. Correspondence (includes Chester Bowles, Henry Cabot Lodge, and other State Department officials, various officials of foreign governments, and Wolf Ladejinsky), clippings and other printed material (including a pamphlet relating to the strategic hamlet program in Vietnam), speeches, miscellany, and reports (including development projects in India and Laos, the military situation in Korea, communist strategy in South Vietnam, and a presentation by Chen Cheng to the Ninth National Congress of the Kuomintang)

Box 2., Folder 1

1963. Middle and Far East

Folder 2

1966-1971. Primarily correspondence relating to trips to Latin America, England, Vietnam, the Far East and Africa

 

CORRESPONDENCE FILE, 1944-1984

 

General

 

General

 

General

Box 2., Folder 3

Invitations, ca. 1963-1964

Folder 4

Requests to serve on committees, 1962-1976

 

Alphabetical

Folder 5-9

A-E

Box 3., Folder 1-12

F-Q

Box 4., Folder 1-6

R-Z

 

Chronological

Folder 7-9

1945-1966

Box 5., Folder 1-4

1967-1971

Box 6., Folder 1-4

1972-1979

Box 7., Folder 1

Family, 1970-1976

 

States. NOTE: This material primarily relates to speaking arrangements, especially in later years, but it also includes other miscellaneous subjects as well

Folder 2

Alabama, 1961-1984

Folder 3

Alaska, 1961-1977

Folder 4

Arizona, 1961-1983

Folder 5

Arkansas, 1961-1983

Folder 6

California, 1961

Box 8., Folder 1-4

California, 1961-c. 1970

Box 9., Folder 1-2

California, c. 1966-1984

Folder 3

Colorado, 1961-1984

Folder 4

Connecticut, 1961-1982

Box 10., Folder 1

Delaware, 1961-1972

Folder 2-4

District of Columbia, 1961-1983

Folder 5

Florida, 1961-1965

Box 11., Folder 1

Florida, 1965-1984

Folder 2

Georgia, 1961-1978

Folder 3

Hawaii, 1961-1982

Folder 4

Idaho, 1961-1984

Folder 5

Illinois, 1961-1962

Box 12., Folder 1-3

Illinois, 1963-1965

Box 13., Folder 1-3

Illinois, 1966-1980

Folder 4

Indiana, 1961-1962

Box 14., Folder 1-2

Indiana, 1963-1979

Folder 3

Iowa, 1961-1965

Box 15., Folder 1

Iowa, 1965-1983

Folder 2-3

Kansas, 1961-1980

Folder 4

Kentucky, 1961-1976

Box 16., Folder 1

Louisiana, 1961-1981

Folder 2

Maine, 1961-1976

Folder 3

Maryland, 1961-1984

Folder 4-5

Massachusetts, 1961-1981

Box 17., Folder 1-2

Michigan, 1961-1984

Folder 3

Minnesota, 1960-1962

Box 18., Folder 1-3

Minnesota, 1960-1969

Box 19., Folder 1

Minnesota, 1970-1976

Folder 2

Mississippi, 1961-1974

Folder 3-4

Missouri, 1961-1984

Box 20., Folder 1

Montana, 1961-1973

Folder 2

Nebraska, 1961-1982

Folder 3

Nevada, 1961-1974

Folder 4

New Hampshire, 1961-1981

Folder 5

New Jersey, 1961-1984

Box 21., Folder 1

New Mexico, 1961-1980

Folder 2-4

New York, 1961-1982

Box 22., Folder 1-3

New York, 1961-1982

Folder 4

North Carolina, 1961-1978

Box 23., Folder 1

North Dakota, 1961-1979

Folder 2-4

Ohio, 1961-1984

Box 24., Folder 1

Oklahoma, 1961-1982

Folder 2

Oregon, 1961-1979

Folder 3-4

Pennsylvania, 1961-c. 1964

Box 25., Folder 1-3

Pennsylvania, c. 1963-1982

Folder 4

Rhode Island, 1961-1979

Folder 5

South Carolina, 1961-1984

Box 26., Folder 1

South Dakota, 1961-1979

Folder 2

Tennessee, 1961-1982

Folder 3-5

Texas, 1961-1965

Box 27., Folder 1

Texas, 1966-1983

Folder 2

Utah, 1961-1976

Folder 3

Vermont, 1961-1978

Folder 4-5

Virginia, 1961-1981

Box 28., Folder 1

Washington, 1961-1981

Folder 2

West Virginia, 1961-1969

Folder 3

Wisconsin, 1961-1965

Box 29., Folder 1

Wisconsin, 1966-1982

Folder 2

Wyoming, 1961-1983

Folder 3

Acheson, Dean. Includes material relating to Korea, 1949-1966

Folder 4

American Federation of Labor/Congress of Industrial Organizations. Primarily relates to the Free Trade Union Committee; letters from Matthew Woll and Jay Lovestone, and printed material, 1949-1966

Folder 5

Baarslag, Karl, 1973

Folder 6

Benson, Ezra Taft, 1956

Folder 7

Blackmun, Harry, 1974

Folder 8

Bowles, Chester. Includes printed material relating to China, 1956-1959

Folder 9

Brownfeld, Allan, 1970-1974

Folder 10

Buckley, James. Includes a statement, 1976-1979

Folder 11

Buckley, William F. Includes printed material, 1967-1981

Folder 12

Burger, Warren, 1966-1969

Folder 13

Bush, George, 1972

Folder 14

Butz, Earl, 1970-1975

Folder 15

Carter, James Earl, 1976-1977

Folder 16

Crane, Philip, 1972-1978

Folder 17

DeJaegher, Raymond, 1970-1978

Folder 18

Dillon, Douglas, 1959-1960

Folder 19

Dobriansky, Lev, 1962-1974

Folder 20

Dole, Robert, 1970-1974

Folder 21

Douglas, William O., 1961

Folder 22

Dulles, Allen, 1948-1962. Includes a memorandum on the World Anti-Communist League

Folder 23

Dulles, John Foster. Includes speeches and correspondence with Cyrus Eaton, David Rowe, and others, 1944-1958

Folder 24

Durbrow, Elbridge, 1969-1972

Box 30., Folder 1

Eisenhower, Dwight D. Includes correspondence with others, 1947-1969

Folder 2

Emmet, Christopher. Includes material relating to China, 1945-1970

Folder 3

Fifield, James W., Jr., 1955-1970

Folder 4

Ford, Gerald and Betty, 1961-1981

Folder 5

Goldwater, Barry, 1962-1984

Folder 6

Graham, Billy. Includes correspondence with others, 1950-1973

Folder 7

Grew, Joseph, 1950

Folder 8

Groves, Leslie R., 1951-1952

Folder 9

Henderson, Loy, 1960-1974

Folder 10

Herter, Christian A. and Mary. Includes related material and a letter relating to the International Cooperation Administration in Iran, 1949-1980

Folder 11

Hill, Robert C., 1958-1972

Folder 12

Hook, Sidney, 1969-1971. Includes printed article and seminar (?) notes

Folder 13

Hoover, Herbert. Includes related material, 1950-1976

Folder 14

Hoover, J. Edgar, 1944-1962

Folder 15

Hornbeck, Stanley. Includes correspondence with others and related material, 1961-1967

Folder 16

Humphrey, Hubert, 1945-1978

Folder 17

Hunter, Edward. Includes material relating to China, 1954-1975

Box 31., Folder 1

Johnson, Lyndon B., 1963-1970

Folder 2

Kennedy, John, 1962?-1963

Folder 3

Kleindienst, Richard, 1970-1972

Folder 4

Lasky, Victor, 1954

Folder 5

Laubach, Frank C., 1957-1968

Folder 6

Lewis, Hobart, 1970-1975

Folder 7

Lewis, John, 1951

Folder 8

Liebman, Marvin, 1970-1976. SEE ALSO: Committee of One Million; Aid to Refugee Chinese Intellectuals; American Afro-Asian Educational Exchange; and American Chilean Council

Folder 9

Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr., 1955-1959

Folder 10

Lodge, John D., 1951-1959

Folder 11

Luce, Henry R., Clare Boothe, and Henry III. Includes material relating to China, statements and other material, 1944-1984

Folder 12

MacArthur, Douglas and Jean. Includes material relating to China, 1949-1984

Folder 13

Mandel, Benjamin. Includes material relating to China, 1949-1968

Folder 14

Motley, Arthur R., 1962-1968

Folder 15

Murrow, Edward R., 1953

Folder 16

Nixon, Richard M. Includes correspondence with others, 1952-1984

Folder 17

Nygaard, Harlan, 1945-1958

Folder 18

Peale, Norman Vincent, 1967-1976

Folder 19

Reagan, Ronald. Includes correspondence with others, 1966-1984

Folder 20

Rhee, Syngman. Includes memorandum of a meeting with Dr. Judd, and related material, 1943-1961

Folder 21

Rockefeller, Nelson. Includes correspondence with others, 1949-1975

Folder 22

Rogers, William P. Includes notes for a meeting (?), 1969-1972

Folder 23

Roosevelt, Franklin and Eleanor, 1943

Folder 24

Rowe, David, 1968-1973

Folder 25

Rozek, Edward J., 1970-1976

Folder 26

Rusk, Dean. Includes correspondence with others, 1950-1976

Box 32., Folder 1

Stassen, Harold, 1945-1958

Folder 2

Teller, Edward, 1973-1974

Folder 3

Thomas, Lowell, 1970-1979

Folder 4

Truman, Harry S. Includes material on China, 1945-1973

Folder 5

Utley, Freda. Includes related material, 1948-1959

Folder 6

Wallace, DeWitt, 1964-1976

Folder 7

Wolfe, Ella and Bertram, 1974

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1923-c. 1982

 

General

 

General

 

General. Walter Judd: Chronicles of a Statesman, Edward J. Rozek (Ed.). Book of speeches and statements with comments by Dr. Judd

 

Correspondence

Box 32., Folder 9

General. Primarily arrangements for speeches; includes Walter Hickel, 1963-1978

Folder 10-12

Agents, 1965-1976

Folder 13

Schedules, 1966-1971

Box 33., Folder 1-2

Schedules, 1969-1976

 

Fragments and undated material. Includes clippings

Folder 3

General

Folder 4

Asia and China

Folder 5

1923-1926. Printed copies and a typescript relating to missionary work

Folder 6

"A Philosophy of Life That Works," 1932. Printed copies

Folder 7

1938-1940. Letter, typescripts, printed copies, and congressional testimony transcripts; primarily relates to China and Asia

 

1942

Folder 8

General. Printed copies, interview, typescript, and clippings relating to Dr. Judd's 1942 congressional campaign

Folder 9

"Behind the Conflict in the Pacific," Feb. 25. Typescript and clippings

 

1943

 

General

Folder 10

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 11

Insertions in the Congressional Record of material by others

Folder 12

Asia, Japan and China

 

General. Correspondence and a clipping

 

"How Can We Win in the Pacific?" Feb. 25. Printed copy

 

"How Japan Fights," April 22. Printed copy

 

Statement relating to China, Sept. 17. Typescript

 

"How Must We Deal with Japan after the War to Win the Peace?" Oct. 7. Typescript and correspondence

 

"Equal Treatment of China," Nov. 16. Printed copy

 

"American-Chinese Friendship in World Peace," Nov. 20. Typescript

 

Statement relating to the Cairo conference, Dec. 4. Typescripts

Folder 13

Asian immigration

 

Statement in Congress, n.d. Printed copy

 

"Should We Repeal the Chinese Exclusion Laws Now?" Sept. 2. Typescripts and printed copy

 

"Do We Believe Today in our Historic American Principles--Freedom and Equality?" Oct. 20. Printed copy

Folder 14

Domestic affairs. Typescript and printed copies of statements; includes material relating to post-war industrial conversion, reciprocal trade, and consumer subsidies

Box 34., Folder 1

Foreign relations

 

General. Untitled typescripts

 

"What Future for a United Nations Organization?" March 29. Typescript

 

"After Victory--What?" August 11-29. Typescript and printed copy

 

"How [to] Achieve Security for America," Sept. 21. Printed copy

 

1944

 

General

Folder 2

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 3

Insertions in the Congressional Record

Folder 4

Asia and China

 

Untitled statement. Printed copy

 

"Iran Gives up Opium," n.d. Typescript

 

"Our Job in the Pacific," Jan. 8-10. Typescript

 

"Tribute to Sun Yat-Sen," Feb. 18. Typescript

 

"The Importance to America of Eliminating the Opium Evil Now," Feb. 21. Printed copy

 

"The Strategy of an International Attack upon the Opium Evil Now," Current Religious Thought, Oct. Typescript and printed copy

 

Statement on Sino-American relations, Oct. 5. Typescript

 

Clippings relating to a statement on the Stilwell mission to China, Nov. 2

 

Letter to the Editor, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Dec. Typescript

Folder 5

Domestic affairs. Typescript, printed copy, notes, and a letter; includes material relating to socialized medicine

Folder 6

Foreign relations

 

General. Citations and a typescript

 

"What Price Peace," Feb. 24. Typescript

 

Congressional letter to Cordell Hull relating to post-war foreign aid, March 24. Typescript

 

"Do We Have a Positive Foreign Policy Now?" April 13. Printed copies

 

"Post-War Planning," April 21. Typescript

 

Memorandum on a visit to England, Aug. Typescript

 

Remarks on Hays-Judd resolution, Sept.-Dec. Typescripts

Folder 7

Politics. Typescripts, printed copies, notes, clippings, and correspondence, 1944-1945

 

1945

 

General

Folder 8

Correspondence

Folder 9

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 10

Insertions in the Congressional Record

 

Asia and China

Folder 11

General. Brief statements; broadcast script, typescripts, clippings, notes, and correspondence

Folder 12

"What is Ahead in Asia." Typescript

 

"What Goes on in China," Feb. 9-15. Typescripts, and clipping

Folder 13

"How Can Unity be Achieved in China?" Feb. 22 Typescripts, printed copy, correspondence, clippings, background material, press releases, printed material, bulletins, and speeches by others (including Agnes Smedley), 1944-1945

Box 35., Folder 1

"What is the Truth about China?" March 15. Printed copies and correspondence

Folder 2

"The People of China," April 23. Typescript

Folder 3

"China and the United States--A Challenge to Partnership," May. Printed copy, typescripts, and notes

Folder 4

"What Should be Our Policy in China?" Dec. 27. Typescripts, proofs, printed copy, and correspondence

Folder 5

Domestic affairs. Typescripts and printed copies of statements; includes material relating to the armed services, medical personnel, labor, and employment

 

Foreign affairs

Folder 6

General. Brief statements

Folder 7

"Our Prospects for Peace," March 10. Typescript

Folder 8

"Shall We Accept the San Francisco Charter?" June 28. Typescripts, press release, and correspondence

Folder 9

1945-1946. Labor. Statements relating to the Federal Mediation Act, and a congressional letter to President Truman; also includes a response to a column by Drew Pearson. Typescripts and printed copies

 

1946

 

General

Folder 10

General. Fragment and correspondence, 1946-1950

Folder 11

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 12

Inserts in the Congressional Record

Folder 13

Asia and China

 

Statement on military aid to China, Jan. 9. Typescript

 

"The Outlook in Asia," March 4. Typescript

 

"Manchurian Manifesto," May 17. Printed copy

 

"Our Policy in China," May 25. Printed copy

 

"Keys to the Chinese Puzzle," The Rotarian, June. Typescript and printed copy, 1945-1946

Folder 14

Domestic affairs. Typescripts and clipping of statements; primarily relates to price controls

Folder 15

Foreign relations. Typescript and printed copy of statements on a loan to Great Britain and atomic energy

Folder 16

Politics. Typescripts, printed copy, and notes

 

1947

 

General

Box 36., Folder 1

General. Newsletter, correspondence, clipping, and a list

Folder 2

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 3

Insertions in the Congressional Record

Folder 4

Asia and China

 

General. Brief statements

 

"The Significance for America of Events in Asia," Jan. 5. Typescript

 

"Blunder out of China," July 26. Printed copy

 

Report to the Foreign Affairs Committee (?), Nov. 11. Notes

 

"Interim Aid to China," Dec. Typescript

 

Statements relating to aid to China, Dec. 5 and 11. Printed copies

 

"Why Help China?" Dec. 17. Typescripts

 

Statement relating to General Feng Yu-Hsiang, Dec. 19. Typescript and press release

Folder 5

Domestic affairs. Typescripts and printed copies; includes material relating to the National Security Act of 1947 and compulsory health insurance

Folder 6

Foreign relations

 

Remarks during the debate on the bill to aid Greece and Turkey, March-May. Printed copy and notes

 

"Shall We Continue the International Information and Educational Exchange Program?" June 6. Printed copy

 

"Which Way toward Peace?" Fall. Typescript

 

Statement on foreign aid, Dec. 8. Printed copy.

Folder 7

1947-1948. Statements relating to the United Nations

Folder 8

1947-1949. Speech notes relating to Asia and China

Folder 9

1947-1953. Typescripts, printed copies, press release, and notes relating to Asian immigration; includes remarks by Joseph Grew and others

 

1948

 

General

Folder 10

Correspondence

Folder 11

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 12

Insertions in the Congressional Record

 

Asia and China

Folder 13

"What Should We Do in China Now?" Jan. 6. Typescript, printed copies, correspondence, and printed material

Folder 14

"America's Stake in the Far East," Jan. 30. Typescripts

 

Congressional question and answer session with George Marshall, Feb. 20. Printed copy

 

Statements, March 23, 31 and June 19; includes remarks by General Claire Chennault. Printed copies

 

"The Chinese Dilemma," Nov. 21. Transcript of a radio discussion with John K. Fairbank

 

Statements, Nov. 30 and Dec. 18. Typescripts and a printed copy

Folder 15

Domestic affairs. Typescripts and printed copies; includes material relating to price supports, drafting doctors, and government operation

Folder 16

Foreign relations

 

"What Shall We Do about the Marshall Plan?" Feb. 19. Printed copy

 

"America's Expanding International Role," Feb. 22. Typescript

 

Statement relating to the Marshall Plan," March 24. Printed copy

 

"How Can We Preserve Peace and Freedom Now?" April 13. Typescript and printed copies

 

"Why Join the World Health Organization?" May 28. Printed copy and notes

 

"Building the New World," May 30. Typescript

 

"The War of Ideas in Europe and Asia," June 19. Printed copy

 

Joint statement by Walter Judd and Brooks Hays relating to the election, Oct. 13. Typescript

 

"One World--or Two?" Dec. 1. Typescript

 

Politics

Box 37., Folder 1-2

General. Clipping, fragments, notes, and typescripts; includes radio broadcasts

Folder 3

Republican National Convention. Typescripts, printed copies, clippings, list, and correspondence; primarily relates to a speech by Dr. Judd nominating Harold Stassen for President

 

Radio broadcasts, Oct.-Nov.

 

1949

 

General

Folder 4

General. Correspondence and clippings; includes an exerpt from a speech by Dean Rusk citing Dr. Judd

Folder 5

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 6

Insertions in the Congressional Record

 

Asia and China

Folder 7

General. Brief statements. Typescripts, clipping, and notes; includes excerpts from an interview by Dr. Judd of Chiang Kai-shek

 

Interview, Jan. 10. Typescript

 

"How Can We Aid China?" Jan. 10. Typescript and printed copy

 

Letter to the Editor, China Weekly Review and Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Jan. 13-14. Typescripts

 

"Situation in China," Jan. 24. Typecript and printed copy

 

Congressional letter to President Truman, Feb. 7. Typescripts and correspondence (including a response from Dean Acheson)

 

Brief statements, Feb. 12-March 9

 

"Stop the Communists in China or Else," April. Typescript

 

Statements in debate relating to aid to China. April 4. Printed copy and notes

 

"Reds Must be Kept from South China," Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 8. Clipping

 

Comments on a letter from the Foreign Missions Conference, May. Typescript and correspondence

 

"Where and How Can Soviet Expansion be Halted in Asia with Minimum American Cost and Risk?" July. Typescript

 

Notes and brief statements, Aug. Holographs and typescripts

 

"The Significance of Events in Asia," Aug. Typescript

 

"Relief of Chinese Students in the United States," Aug. 1. Printed copy

 

"Speech on the Visit of President Quirino and the Pacific Pact," Aug. 9. Typescript

Folder 8

Statements on the State Department's White Paper, Aug. 5-21. Typescripts, press releases, and clippings; includes a speech in Congress and a military intelligence report released by Dr. Judd on the Chinese communist movement

Folder 9

Statement on aid to China, Aug. 18. Printed copy

 

"United States Relations with China," Aug. 19. Printed copy

 

Statement relating to the China lobby and Chiang Kai-shek, Aug. 25. Printed copy

 

Statement on U.S. policy toward China, Oct. 19. Includes a copy of a memorandum from John Service to General Stilwell. Typescripts

 

Congressional statement opposing recognition of communist China, Oct. 20. Typescript

 

Letter to the Editor, Minneapolis Tribune, and statements relating to the Angus Ward case, Nov. 21-Dec. 5. Typescripts and clipping

 

Statements relating to the recognition of communist China, Nov.-Dec. Typescripts and a clipping

 

Statement relating to a trip by Mao Tse-tung to Moscow, Dec. 18. Typescript

Box 38., Folder 1

Domestic affairs. Typescripts, printed copies and fragments; includes material relating to the economy, housing, and medicine

Folder 2

Foreign relations

 

"America's Expanding International Role," 1948-1949. Typescript

 

"Putting all our Security Eggs in European Basket: A Reckless Gamble," Jan. 17. Printed copy

 

Statement relating to the Atlantic Pact, March 18. Typescript

 

Statement on the Foreign Aid Appropriation Bill of 1950, May 26. Printed copy

 

"Which Direction toward Peace?" May 29. Typescript and printed copy

 

"How Can We Best Resolve Our Differences with Russia?" May 31. Printed copies and correspondence

 

"Building the New World," June 5. Printed copy

 

"Military Aid to Europe and Asia--Why, What, How and to Whom?" Aug. 17. Typescript, clipping, and printed copy

 

"America's New Role in World Affairs," Nov. 3. Typescript

 

1950

 

General

Folder 3

General. Correspondence (including J.W. Fulbright), and citations

Folder 4

Debates in Congressional Record

Folder 5

Insertions in Congressional Record

 

Asia, Korea and China

Folder 6

Notes

Folder 7

Untitled statements relating to China, Jan.-Feb. Typescripts and a printed copy

 

"State Department Alibis for Disaster in China are Based on Falsehoods," Jan. Typescript and a printed copy of a related statement

 

Statements on diplomatic recognition and admission of communist China to the United Nations, Jan.-July. Typescripts, notes, and a radio broadcast transcript

 

"Remarks on the Bill to Provide Economic Aid to the Republic of Korea," Jan. 19. Typescript, printed copies, and notes

 

"What Should United States Policy in China Be?" Jan. 30. Printed copies

 

Response to a New York Times article relating to State Department policy toward China, March 17. Typescript

 

"What Should United States Policy Be in Asia?" March 26-28. Typescripts

 

Statement on the United Nations, April 3. Typescript and a letter from Matthew Woll of the Free Trade Union Committee

Folder 8

"What is the Meaning of the Korean Invasion for the United States and the United Nations?" June 27. Typescripts, printed copies, and correspondence (including H.H. Kung)

Folder 9

"Attack on Korea," June 27. Printed copy

 

"Comments on the Korean Crisis," June 28. Typescript

 

"How and Why Did We Get into War in Korea?" July 18. Printed copy, proofs, letter, and miscellany

 

Brief statements on Korea, July-Sept. Printed copies, typescripts, clippings, and notes

 

"The Meaning of Korea to You," Aug. 21. Typescripts

 

"Autopsy: Our Blunders in Asia," Autumn. Printed copies

 

Statement regarding the Korean Crisis, Sept. 15. Typescript

 

"What Now in China?" Oct. Typescript

 

"Disaster in China," Catholic Digest, Oct. Printed copy

 

Statement relating to Formosa, Dec. 1. Typescript

 

Congressional letter to President Truman, Dec. 5. Typescript

 

Statement, Dec. 8. Printed copy

 

Congratulatory statement relating to Burmese independence day, Dec. 20. Typescript

 

"The Five Lies," c. Dec.-1951 (?). Typescript

 

Foreign relations

Box 39., Folder 1

"Is the Kremlin's Aim Conquest of the U.S.A.?" Jan. 17. Printed copy, typescript, and correspondence

Folder 2

Joint statement (with Brooks Hays) relating to House Concurrent Resolution 64, Jan. 31. Printed copy

 

Statement relating to the CARE book bill, March 1. Printed copy

 

Memorandum of conversation with the British Ambassador, March 18. Typescript

 

"Should We Cut the Appropriation for the Marshall Plan?" March 28. Typescript

 

Statements relating to the foreign aid program, March 29 and 31. Typescript and printed copies

 

Statement relating to communism, April 4. Printed copy

 

Joint statement (with Brooks Hays) relating to House Concurrent Resolution 64, April 6. Printed copy and letter

 

"Which Way to Freedom and Peace?" May 8. Printed copies

 

Broadcast relating to the Mutual Security Program, May 10. Typescript

 

Broadcast relating to the World Health Organization, June 12. Typescripts and letter

 

"Transfers of Naval Vessels," June 1. Printed copy and typescript

 

Statements, June 15-Aug. 18. Typescripts

 

"The Issues of Our Time," Christian-Evangelist, Aug. 23. Printed copy

 

Statement, Aug. 26. Printed copy

 

"The Fourteen Questions," Sept. 1. Printed copy

 

"Lippmann's Defense Theory," Minneapolis Tribune, Sept. 9. Clippings, note, and typescript

 

Joint statement (with Brooks Hays) relating to House Concurrent Resolution 64, Sept. 18. Printed copy

 

"Christian Foundation Stones," Wesley News, Nov. 17. Printed copy

Folder 3

Domestic affairs. Typescripts and printed copies; includes material relating to Dean Acheson, Alger Hiss, and the State Department, housing, communism, and civil rights

Folder 4-6

Politics. Correspondence, printed material, and typescripts; includes a report on the 81st Congress

 

1951

 

General

 

General

Folder 7

General. Correspondence and clippings

Folder 8

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 9

Insertions in the Congressional Record

 

"Just Between Us"

Folder 10

Newsletter. Correspondence and typescripts

Folder 11

Radio broadcasts. Notes and typescripts

 

Asia and China

Box 40., Folder 1

"What Are We to Believe about Asia?" Jan. Typescript

 

Statements relating to Korea, Formosa, and China, Jan. 3-15. Typescripts

 

Joint statement relating to a proposed Pacific Pact, Jan. 23. Press release and clipping

 

Speech relating to China, Jan. 30. Typescript

 

"What Lies Behind Korea?" Feb. 11. Printed copy

 

"Does China Mean World War III?" March 13. Typescripts

 

"What Should We Do about Asia?" April 6. Typescript

 

Statements relating to the dismissal of General MacArthur, April 11-19. Typescripts and a printed copy

 

"What Shall We Do in Asia?" Credit and Financial Management, June. Printed copy

Folder 2

Article on Korea, June 19. Correspondence and fragments of clippings

Folder 3

Statement on Korea, June 27. Printed copy

 

Interview relating to Korea, June 30. Printed copy

 

"U.S. Perimeter in Asia," Catholic Digest, July. Printed copy

 

Press release, July 13. Typescript

 

Statements relating to the Philippine Security Treaty, Aug. Typescripts

 

"Why Should We Be Fighting in Korea?" Aug. 23. Printed copy and typescripts

 

Speech notes, Oct. 9

Folder 4

Domestic affairs. Typescripts and printed copies

Folder 5

Foreign relations

 

"We Must Move to Get a Stronger World Organization," Jan. Typescript

 

Newsletters issued by the Committee on World Freedom (written by Dr. Judd?), Jan.-April. Typescripts

 

Statement relating to Korea and communism, Jan. 3. Typescript

 

Congressional letter to President Truman relating to India, Jan. 30. Typescript

 

Speech relating to foreign aid, Feb. 9. Newsletter

 

Statement relating to French President Vincent Auriol, April 2. Typescript

 

"Building Unity in a Divided World," May 17. Typescript

 

"Security Comes First," Rotarian, June. Clipping

 

Statement relating to the Council of Europe, June 28. Typescript

 

Statements relating to the Mutual Security Act of 1951, Aug. 16-17. Typescripts and printed copy

 

"Why Give Aid for Refugees into Israel?" Aug. 17. Typescripts and printed copy

 

Speech, Aug. 25. Typescript

 

Congressional letter to Dean Acheson relating to the United Nations, Nov. 11. Typescript

 

1952

 

General

 

General

Folder 6

General. Correspondence and clippings

Folder 7

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 8

Insertions in the Congressional Record

 

"Just Between Us"

Folder 9

Newsletters. Correspondence and typescripts

Folder 10

Radio broadcasts. Typescripts and correspondence

Folder 11

Asia and China

 

Statement relating to the Korean War and the 1952 presidential campaign. Typescript

 

Letter to the Editor, Minneapolis Star-Tribune. Typescript and correspondence, Feb.-March

 

"What is the Role of the New Japan?" March 16. Printed copies and correspondence

 

Letters to the Editor and statements relating to Dr. Judd's involvement in the China Lobby; includes a response to a column by Drew Pearson, April-May. Typescripts and printed copies

 

Speech notes, April 2

 

"Korean Prisoners of War and Truce Talks," April 10. Printed copy

 

"POWs Must be Protected," Washington Post, April 21. Printed copy

 

Press release summary of a radio broadcast, June 4. Typescript

 

Statement on the Philippines, Dec. 13. Typescript

Folder 12

Domestic affairs. Typescripts and printed copies; includes material relating to compulsory health insurance and universal military training

Folder 13

Foreign relations

 

"Mutual Security Act of 1952," May 23. Printed copy

 

"Education for America's New Role in World Affairs," June 21. Typescript

 

Speech on foreign policy, Oct. 6. Typescript

 

Politics

Box 41., Folder 1

General. Notes, clippings, broadcast transcripts, typescripts, and printed copies (including an article in the Saturday Evening Post) relating to Dr. Judd's congressional campaign and the 1952 presidential election; includes a draft of a speech written for Dwight Eisenhower and multiple drafts of minutes of a meeting with Dwight Eisenhower and his advisors

Folder 2

Republican National Convention. Variations of a speech, short statements, and correspondence

Folder 3

1952-1958. Statehood for Alaska and Hawaii. Typescripts, notes, correspondence (including Felix Stump), and printed material; includes material relating to communism in Hawaii

 

1953

 

General

 

General

Folder 4

General. Clipping and a program

Folder 5

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 6

Insertions in the Congressional Record

 

"Just Between Us"

Folder 7

Newsletter. Typescripts and correspondence; includes material relating to Korean POWs

Box 42., Folder 1

Radio broadcasts. Typescripts and correspondence

Folder 2

Asia, Korea and China

 

General. Clippings, notes, brief typescripts, and a Letter to the Editor; includes a statement on Korean truce, 1951-1963

 

"China Must not be Traded for North Korea," 1953. Typescript

 

"Outlook for the Free World in Asia," May 2-June 30. Printed copies

 

Broadcast relating to Indochina, May 14. Typescript

 

Reports relating to the recognition of Communist China, July. Printed copy and typescript

Folder 3

Domestic affairs. Typescripts and printed copies; includes material relating to defense appropriations and government reorganization

Folder 4

Foreign relations

 

Statement on the death of Josef Stalin, March 6. Typescript

 

Statements in debate on foreign aid, March 30. Printed copy

 

"The World Crisis and Its Hope," Church Herald, June 6. Printed copy

 

"Why Should We Extend the Mutual Security Program?" June 18. Printed copy

 

Press release relating to the sale of surplus agricultural commodities, June 26. Typescript

 

1954

 

General

Folder 5

General. Clippings

Folder 6

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 7

Insertions in the Congressional Record. Includes correspondence with Thruston B. Morton and others

Folder 8-9

Radio broadcasts. Correspondence and transcripts. Includes "Just Between Us" and other programs

 

Asia and China

Box 43., Folder 1

General. Brief statements, interview, and notes

Folder 2

"Why Mao's Government Threatens World Peace," U.S. News and World Report, Jan.-Feb. Printed copy, press release, and correspondence (including Joseph Grew and J. Leighton Stuart)

Folder 3

Statement relating to Indochina, Feb. 18. Typescript and printed copy

 

"China and U.S.-Asian Policy," March 9. Typescript and printed copy

 

"The Free World's Stake in Asia," March 17. Printed copy and typescript

 

"First-Hand Report on Asia," March 26. Typescript

 

"What Should We Do about Asia?" May 7. Typescript

 

"The Significance for Foreign Trade of Communist Conquests in Asia," May 19. Typescript, printed copy, and correspondence

 

"Should We Trade with the Soviet Union and Communist China?" May 28. Printed copy

 

"President Magsaysay's Administration," May 20. Printed copy

 

"Comments on the Indochina Munich," July 20. Typescripts and notes

 

Interview, July 31. Typescript

 

"The Case Against Recognition of Communist China," Aug. 20. Typescript

Folder 4

Domestic affairs. Typescripts, printed copy, notes, and clippings; includes material relating to Indian health services, agricultural surpluses, and the Wolf Ladejinsky loyalty-security case, 1954-1955

Folder 5

Foreign relations

 

Brief statement on the Berlin conference, Feb. Typescript and clipping

 

"Pakistan's Food Shortage Relieved by Only Two-Thirds of American Wheat Grant," March 17. Printed copy, typescripts, and a press release

 

Statement on the sale of agricultural surpluses, May 10. Typescripts

 

Radio broadcast relating to Central America and Indochina, May 30. Typescript

 

"Free World at the Crossroads," June 17 and Dec. Typescripts, printed copy, notes, and correspondence

 

Congressional letter to President Eisenhower in response to a statement by Anthony Eden, June 24. Typescripts

 

"Mutual Security Act of 1954," June 29. Printed copy

 

Press release relating to the shooting-down of an airliner over Indochina, July 24. Typescripts

 

Statement, Aug. 20. Typescripts

 

Press release relating to a European treaty ratification, Dec. 30. Typescript

Folder 6

Politics. Press releases, typescripts, miscellany, and correspondence

 

1955

 

General

 

General

Folder 7

General. Correspondence and clippings

Folder 8

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 9

Insertions in the Congressional Record. Includes correspondence

Box 44., Folder 1

"Just Between Us". Typescripts and correspondence relating to radio broadcasts

 

Asia and China

Folder 2

General. Brief statements, notes, and clippings; includes notes relating to communications (?) with John Foster Dulles

Folder 3

"Why We Cannot Let the Communists Have Formosa," Jan. 25. Printed copy

 

Press releases relating to China, March-July. Typescripts

 

"Are We Right or Wrong in Asia?" July 10. Printed copy

 

Statement of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Far East Subcommittee, on recognition of China, Aug. 1. Typescript

 

"One of the Great Underdeveloped Resources in the Orient: Millions of English-Speaking Asians," Aug. 2. Printed copy

 

"What is the Meaning of the Current Talks with Red China?" Aug. 7. Radio broadcast transcript and letters

Folder 4

Domestic affairs. Printed copies, typescripts, and press releases; includes material relating to taxes and wage increases

Folder 5

Foreign relations

 

"Our Christian Task in Today's World," Feb. 25. Typescript

 

"The Christian Approach to Solving World Problems," March 7. Typescripts

 

"Message for Seventh Anniversary of Jewish State," April 27. Notes, typescript and letter

 

"What Must We Do to Prevent War?" June 29. Printed copy

 

"America's Book Program Abroad is Making Good Headway," June 30. Printed copy

 

Press releases relating to proposed peace talks, June-July. Typescripts

 

Press release relating to foreign aid, July 12

 

Open letter to President Eisenhower, July 14

 

Press release relating to the sale of agricultural surpluses, July 25

 

"USO- 1955," Sept. Brief statement and letter

Folder 6

1955-1964. Foreign aid. Speech notes and printed material, 1951-1971

Folder 7

1955-1979. Captive nations. Notes, typescripts, and miscellany, 1955-1981

 

1956

 

General

 

General

Folder 8

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 9

Insertions in the Congressional Record

 

"Just Between Us"

Folder 10

Newsletters. Typescripts

Box 45., Folder 1-2

Radio broadcasts. Correspondence and typescripts

Folder 3

Asia and China

 

General. Brief statements, typescripts, printed copies, notes, clippings, and correspondence, 1955-1956

 

"KEEP: Rural Development in Japan," March 29. Printed copy

 

Statement relating to the admission of China to the United Nations, July 18. Printed copy

 

"The Outlook in Asia," July 27. Printed copy

Folder 4

Domestic affairs. Printed copies, and press releases; includes material relating to labor, aviation, education, and economic policy

Folder 5

Foreign relations. Includes Asia and China

 

"A Reappraisal of Goals and Methods in 'Foreign Aid'." Typescript

 

Statements relating to the World Health Organization, Feb.-Oct. Typescripts and draft resolution

 

"International Tensions," April 30. Typescript

 

"A Congressman Looks Inside the State Department," U.S. News and World Report, May 31. Printed copy

 

"How to Meet the Communist 'Peace' Offensive," June 6. Printed copy

 

"Mutual Security Act of 1956," June-July. Printed copies of statements in debate

 

"How Important is Foreign Aid?" June 10. Printed copy

Folder 6

Politics. Notes, printed copy, and typescripts; includes material relating to Richard Nixon, Dwight Eisenhower, and a reply to Dr. Judd's congressional

 

1957

 

General

 

General

Folder 7

General. Correspondence

Folder 8

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 9

Insertions in the Congressional Record

Folder 10-11

"Just Between Us". Notes, typescripts, and clippings relating to radio broadcasts

Box 46., Folder 1

Asia and China. Notes, brief statements, interview, book review, and miscellany

Folder 2

Domestic affairs. Printed copies and typescripts

Folder 3

Foreign relations. Includes Asia and China

 

Press release relating to the Middle East, Feb. 21. Typescript

 

Statements on foreign aid, c. March

 

"How Effective is Our Foreign Aid Program?" March 31. Printed copy

 

"Our Foreign Aid Program--A Bureaucratic Nightmare," Readers Digest, April. Printed copy and correspondence

 

"Primary Aim of Foreign Aid is to Help the United States," April. Printed copy

 

"What About the Foreign Aid Program?" May 6. Typescript

 

"What Shall We Do about 'Foreign Aid'?" July 16. Printed copy

 

"Towards a Happier Neighborhood," Oct. Printed copy

 

Interview relating to foreign aid, Oct. 22. Typescript

 

Statement to the United Nations relating to Korea, Nov. 12. Typescript

 

1958

 

General

Folder 4

General. Primarily correspondence

Folder 5

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 6

Insertions in the Congressional Record

Folder 7

Asia and China. Notes, clippings, and a short statement

Folder 8

Domestic affairs. Typescripts, clippings, press releases, and printed copies; includes material relating to education and labor

Folder 9

Foreign relations

 

General. Notes and brief statements

 

"Economic Development of Underdeveloped Countries," Department of State Bulletin, Jan. Printed copy

 

"Two Worlds in Deadly Conflict," Faith at Work, 1958. Printed copy

 

"Our Heritage," Bulletin of the Crozer Theological Seminary, Jan. Printed copy

 

"World Issues and the Christian," Jan 5. Typescript

 

"Mutual Security Act of 1958," May 13. Printed copy

 

"The Conflict Moves Toward a Climax," June 8. Typescript

 

Statement on the sale of agricultural surpluses, c. July. Typescript, printed copy and a letter

 

"The World Situation Demands United Action by all Christians," Sept. 11-14. Printed copy

Folder 10

1958-1959. Statements relating to John Foster Dulles and Christian Herter. Typescripts, printed copies, and press releases

 

1959

 

General

 

General

Folder 11

General. Primarily correspondence

Folder 12

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 13

Insertions in the Congressional Record. Includes a letter

Folder 14

"Just Between Us". Newsletters

 

Asia and China

Folder 15

General. Notes and brief statements

Folder 16

"Should We Establish Diplomatic and Commercial Relations with Communist China and Admit it [to] Membership in the United Nations?" March 19. Typescript

 

"Against Seating of Communist China in the United Nations," Aug. 17. Printed copy

Box 47., Folder 1

Domestic affairs. Printed copies, press releases, and typescripts; includes material relating to labor and education

 

Foreign relations

 

General

Folder 2

Statement on exchange programs, 1959. Typescript

 

Statements relating to a resolution on Panama, Feb. 2. Printed copy

 

Statement relating to the Berlin crisis and John Foster Dulles, March 5. Press release

 

"Where Do We Stand Now in our World Relations," March 9. Typescript

 

Statement and interview relating to the Berlin crisis, March 9-10. Typescript and press release

 

Statement relating to tax relief for families who support foreign exchange students, March 20. Press release

 

"Power of the United States is Very Great," April 2. Press release

 

Statement on foreign aid, April 9. Press release

 

"A Solid, United Hemisphere," April 14. Printed copy

 

Speech notes, May 17

 

"White House Conference on Refugee Problems," May 22. Typescript

 

"The Erosion of America's Will to Win," May 28. Press release and printed copy

 

Statement relating to U.S.-Canada relations, June 25. Press release

 

"The Basic Themes for Survival," July. Printed copy

 

Questions for an interview, July 1. Typescript

 

"Vice President Nixon's Visit to Russia," July 29. Typescript

 

Interview relating to the Mutual Security program, July 31. Typescript

 

"Red Imperialism Marches On," Sept. 27. Printed copy

 

"Why Does Russia Want Negotiations?" Western World, Nov. Printed copy

 

Soviet visitors

Folder 3

Mikoyan, Anastas. Clippings, correspondence, biographical material, interviews, newsletters, notes, and a press release, Jan.-Feb.

Folder 4

Menshikov, Mikhail. Press release and clippings, May

 

Khrushchev, Nikita. Clippings, correspondence, and press releases, 1959-1971

Folder 5

1959-1962. Cuba. Notes, press release, wire reports, typescripts and printed copies

 

1960

 

General

Folder 6

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 7

Insertions in the Congressional Record

Folder 8

Asia and China. Notes, brief statements, typescripts, press release, and clippings; includes material relating to communism in Japan and U.S. relations with communist China

Folder 9

Domestic affairs. Printed copies, typescripts and press releases; includes material relating to health and education

Folder 10

Foreign relations

 

Speech on foreign policy. Typescript

 

"Building Unity in a Divided World," Jan. 3. Typescript

 

Printed article relating to international student exchange programs, March 9. Clippings, typescript, letter, Feb.-March

 

Eulogies for Thomas Masaryk and Ramon Magsaysay, March 7-17. Printed copies

 

"Mutual Security Act of 1960," April 21. Printed copy

 

Statements relating to the Paris summit conference, May 16-18. Notes and typescripts

 

"Our Religious Heritage...and the Blessings of Liberty," June 16. Printed copy and correspondence

 

Speeches on foreign relations, Sept. 8-Nov. 14. Printed copies

 

Politics

Folder 11

General. Notes, typescripts, and a clipping

Folder 12

1960 Republican National Convention

 

General. Notes, correspondence, clippings, printed copies, and typescripts; includes material relating to agriculture, the U-2 incident, charges by Dr. Judd of fraud in the presidential election, and a description of a discussion with Richard Nixon about the vice-presidential nomination

Box 48., Folder 1-2

"We Must Develop a Strategy for Victory...To Save Freedom! Freedom Everywhere," July 25. Printed copies

 

Speech nominating Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. for Vice President, July 28. Press release

 

1961

 

General

 

General. Primarily correspondence

Folder 3

General

Folder 4

Christian Anti-Communist Crusade

Folder 5-6

Gaitskell, Hugh. Comments on a debate between Dr. Judd and Hugh Gaitskell

Box 49., Folder 1

Gaitskell, Hugh

Folder 2

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 3

Insertions in the Congressional Record. Includes correspondence

Folder 4

Asia and China

 

General. Notes, correspondence, clippings, pamphlet, interviews, and typescripts; includes material relating to Laos

 

"Why Communist China [is] not Eligible for U.N. Membership until it Changes its World Goals and its Behavior," Aug. 13. Typescript

 

Statement relating to Philippine war claims, Sept. 7. Typescript and notes

 

Statement at a press conference in Korea, Oct. 28. Typescript

Folder 5

Domestic affairs. Printed copies, press releases, and transcripts

Folder 6

Foreign relations

 

"What Can You Do for America?" May 1. Printed copies and a letter

 

Statement relating to the Alliance for Progress, April 25. Printed copy

 

"The Battle of Philippi: Its Significance," June 2. Typescript

 

"The Road to Peace," June. Printed copy

 

"Common Defense or General Welfare: Which First?" June 22. Printed copies

 

Speech relating to foreign relations, July 29. Typescript

 

Letter and clipping relating to Berlin, Sept.

Folder 7-8

"Joint Appearance" (with Senator Stuart Symington), Sept. 7. Press release, typescript, and correspondence

Box 50., Folder 1

"The Peace Corps," Sept. 14. Printed copy

 

Statement relating to the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, Sept. 19. Typescript

 

"From this Nettle Danger," Sept. 23. Printed copy

 

Interview, Sept. 27. Printed copy

 

"The Impact of World Events upon American Businessmen," Oct. 12. Typescript

 

"Hollywood's Answer to Communism," Oct. 17. Typescript and a letter

 

Statements relating to the Congo, Dec. Clippings

 

1962

 

General

Folder 2

General. Clippings

Folder 3

Debates in the Congressional Record

Folder 4

Insertions in the Congressional Record. Includes correspondence

Folder 5

Asia, Vietnam and China. Notes, typescripts, and printed copies; includes material relating to Philippine war damage claims

Folder 6

Domestic affairs. Press releases, typescripts, notes, voting record, and printed copies; includes material relating to labor, civil rights, and health

Folder 7

Foreign affairs

 

Statement relating to communism. Typescript

 

Statement relating to the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. Typescript

 

Interview relating to communism, Feb. 9. Typescript

 

Statements relating to the United Nations bond issue, Feb. 17-Sept. 14. Typescripts, printed copy, and clippings

 

"Whither America?" Feb. 18. Typescript

 

Letter to the Editor, Christian Century, July 2. Typescript and correspondence

 

Statements relating to foreign aid, July. Printed copy and typescript

 

Letter to the Editor, Wanderer, Aug. 8. Typescripts and correspondence

 

"The Facts about the United Nations Children's Fund," Aug. 14. Printed copy, clipping, and correspondence

 

Statement relating to foreign aid, Oct. 19. Typescript

 

Statement relating to India, Oct. 31. Typescript

Folder 8

Politics. Clippings and typescripts

 

1963-1966

Folder 9

General. Clippings and correspondence

Folder 10

Asia, Vietnam and China. Notes, clippings, typescripts, and printed copies; includes Dr. Judd's testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, entitled, "What Could Have Been Done to Avert the Present Problem in Viet Nam?" 1964-1966

Folder 11

Domestic affairs. Typescripts and printed copies; includes material relating to health, government, and education

Folder 12

Foreign relations

 

"Being a Christian in a World of Turmoil," 1963 Jan. 6. Typescript

 

Speech relating to communism, 1963 April 20, Typescript

 

Interview, 1963 May. Printed copy

 

Speech relating to communism, 1963 June 22. Typescript

 

"Communism: Wave of the Future or of the Past?" 1963 Aug. Printed copy

 

Statements relating to the Test Ban Treaty, 1963 Sept.-1964 April

 

Speech relating to foreign relations, 1963 Oct. 30-31. Typescript and letter

 

"Our Task for 1964," 1964 Jan. 5. Typescript

 

"From Defeat to Victory," 1965 Feb. 14. Typescript

 

1964-1970. "Washington Report," sponsored by the American Security Council, and co-hosted by Thomas Dodd. SEE ALSO: AUDIOVISUAL FILE

Box 51., Folder 1

General. Primarily lists of participating stations, 1964-1971

Folder 2

Correspondence, 1964-1974

Folder 3-6

Press releases, 1964-1967

Box 52., Folder 1

Promotional material, 1965-1971

Folder 2

Schedules, 1964-1968

 

Transcripts, 1964-1970

Folder 3-5

1964 Sept.-1965 May. Includes broadcasts by Dwight Eisenhower, 1964 Sept.

Box 53., Folder 1-4

1965 June-1966 March

Box 54., Folder 1-4

1966 April-Nov.

Box 55., Folder 1-4

1966 Dec.-1967 July

Box 56., Folder 1-4

1967 Aug.-1968 April

Box 57., Folder 1-3

1968 May-Dec.

Box 58., Folder 1-3

1969 Jan.-1970 Nov.

Folder 4

1964-1981. Politics. Clippings, statements, and an interview; includes material relating to Watergate, Hubert Humphrey, and the 1964 Republican National Convention

 

1967-c. 1982

Folder 5

General. Correspondence, clippings, and miscellany, 1967-1976

 

Asia, China, and Vietnam

 

General

 

General. Notes, press releases, brief statements, and correspondence

Box 59., Folder 1

China. Primarily relates to Nixon's trip to communist China and its admission to the United Nations; includes a letter to U.N. Ambassador George Bush, and a draft letter to Henry Kissinger, 1967-1979

Folder 2

Southeast Asia, 1967-1975

Folder 3-5

Background material

Folder 6

Clippings and press releases

Folder 7

"Should We Establish Diplomatic and Commercial Relations with Communist China and Seat it in the United Nations?" c. 1960's-1971. Typescripts

 

Draft statement for the Committee of One Million, 1967 Jan. Typescript

 

"The Dangers of 'Negotiation' in Vietnam," 1967 Jan. Typescript

 

Speech relating to Vietnam, 1967 Feb. 23. Typescript

 

Outlook for Asia, 1967 May 12-13. Pamphlet

 

Statement relating to U.N. admission for Communist China, 1967 Sept. 29. Typescript

 

"Vietnam: The Crucial Test of Character," 1967 Dec. Typescript

 

"Shall We Change our China Policy?" 1968 June. Typescript

 

Statement relating to China, prepared for the Committee on Resolutions of the Republican National Committee, 1968 July 29. Press release

 

"No 'Surrender' in the Vietnam Peace Talks!" Readers Digest, 1968 Sept. Printed copy

Box 60., Folder 1

"Ferment in the Far East," 1968-1974. Speech notes

Folder 2

"Prospects for Peace in the Pacific," 1969-1970. Clipping and speech notes

Folder 3

"Blast Vietnam Dikes if Hanoi Won't Negotiate," 1969 Nov. 4. Clipping and a letter

 

Report to the State Department on a visit to Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand, 1969 Dec. Typescript

 

Speech relating to Vietnam, 1970 March 20. Printed copy

 

"Has Communist China Earned a Seat in the United Nations?" 1971. Typescript

 

"Red China and the United Nations," 1971 April 22. Typescript

 

"If Red China Enters the United Nations," 1971 June 16. Typescript

 

"Should Communist China be Admitted to the United Nations?" 1971 July 19. Notes and typescript

 

"An Appeal to Conscience," 1971 Sept. 29. Form letter and press release issued by the Committee of One Million, but probably drafted by Dr. Judd

 

"Highlights of an Address," 1971 Dec. Printed copy and typescripts

 

"Some Lessons from Vietnam," 1972-1975. Typescripts

 

Open letter to Richard Nixon relating to Vietnam, 1972 Nov. Typescripts

 

"Decisive Factors in the Vietnam War," 1973 Jan. Typescript

 

Letter to the Editor, Washington Post, 1975 May 8. Typescripts

 

"With Whom Are We Going to Normalize?" 1976 April 20. Typescripts, printed copy, and a press release

 

Statement for the Republican Platform Committee, 1976 Aug. Typescripts, telegram, and a press release

 

Speech to the World Christian Anti-Communist Association, 1978 Oct. 6. Printed copy

 

Domestic affairs

Folder 4

General. Primarily motivational and inspirational speeches and statements, 1967-1978

Folder 5

New Left, protest movements, communism, and youth. Notes, brief statements, and background material, 1967-1971

 

Foreign relations

 

General

Folder 6

Brief statements and notes, 1967-1981

Folder 7

Background material, 1967-c. 1982

Box 61., Folder 1

"What's Ahead for America?/Where in the World Are We Going?" 1967-1975. Typescripts, printed copies, holograph notes, and printed material

Folder 2

"We've Feared 'Confrontation' but We've Had 12, Stood Up, and Things Got Better--Not Worse," 1967 May. Printed copies

 

Speech relating to communism, 1968 Sept. 30. Typescript

 

"How Make Peace?" 1970-1971. Typescript and printed copy

 

Statement relating to Soviet missiles, 1971. Typescript

 

"What Hope for Today's World?" 1971 Jan. 17. Typescript

 

"Communism--NO!" 1972 Aug. 27. Typescript, clippings, printed copy, and a letter from Alexandra Tolstoy

 

Statement relating to human rights, 1972 Dec. 10. Typescript

 

Statement relating to foreign relations, 1973 April 3. Typescript

 

Statement relating to detente, 1974 Jan. Typescript

 

"The Communist Conspiracy," 1975 April. Typescript prepared for Nelson Rockefeller

Folder 3

Former Members of Congress. Printed copies and typescripts; includes statements by Gerald Ford and Brooks Hays, 1970-1982

 

CONGRESSIONAL FILE, 1942-1983

 

General

 

General

Box 61., Folder 4

General. Notes, lists, and printed material, 1953-1962

 

Administrative material

Folder 5

General. Correspondence and memoranda primarily relating to office operation, and expenses, 1946-1966

Folder 6

Congressional Record. Correspondence and miscellany, 1953-1963

Folder 7

Clippings. Relates to Dr. Judd; includes correspondence, 1945-1964

Folder 8

Commendations. Remarks by others about Dr. Judd, including a House Foreign Affairs Committee resolution, 1947-1962

 

Correspondence

 

General. Predominantly letters from constituents; includes invitations, responses to questionnaires, letters of congratulations, sympathy and introduction, correspondence relating to office functions, job and academy recommendations, and other miscellaneous subjects

Folder 9

1945

Box 62., Folder 1-2

1945

Folder 3-4

1946

Folder 5-6

1947

Box 63., Folder 1

1948

Folder 2-3

1949

Folder 4

1950

Folder 5-6

1951

Box 64., Folder 1

1952

Folder 2-5

1953-1954

Box 65., Folder 1-4

1955-1956

Box 66., Folder 1-2

1955-1956

Folder 3-5

1957-1958

Box 67., Folder 1-3

1957-1958

Folder 4

1959-1960

Box 68., Folder 1-4

1959-1960

Box 69., Folder 1

1959-1960

Folder 2-4

1961-1962

Box 70., Folder 1-2

1961-1962

Folder 3-4

Congress. Includes Everett Dirksen, Robert Byrd, Birch Bayh, Edward Brooke, John Bricker, Henry Jackson, Jesse Helms, Hiram Fong, Jim Wright, Carl Curtis, Edmund Muskie, Mark Hatfield, Frances Bolton, John Tower, and Strom Thurmond, 1949-1978

 

Personal. Family, financial and miscellaneous

Folder 5

1945-1952

Box 71., Folder 1

1953-1962

 

Legislation. Predominantly bills sponsored by Walter Judd. SEE: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS for his statements on these proposals

Folder 2

General. Correspondence, draft legislation, reports, hearing transcript, memoranda, and printed material, 1953-1960

 

78th Congress (1943-1944)

Folder 3

General. Lists and copies of bills, 1943-1944

 

Asian immigration

Folder 4

General. Printed articles, draft legislation, notes, charts, memoranda, reports and statements, 1942-1943

Folder 5

Correspondence. Includes Clare Boothe Luce, Norman Thomas, Alfred Kohlberg, Francis Sayre, Claude Pepper, and the ACLU; also includes a chart, resolutions, and clippings, 1942-1947

Folder 6

Opium. Bills, report, resolutions, correspondence, and printed material, 1944-1948

Folder 7

78th-80th Congress. Draft legislation, statements, and correspondence (with Brooks Hays and others) relating to resolutions to establish a bipartisan congressional committee to deal with foreign policy, 1944-1947

Folder 8

79th Congress (1945-1946). Lists of bills, and correspondence; primarily relates to war claims and immigration, 1945

 

80th Congress (1947-1948)

Box 72., Folder 1

General. Press releases, bills, letters, statements, and printed material; primarily relates to Hawaiian statehood, immigration, and the Presidential Medal of Honor, 1942-1949

Folder 2

Asian immigration. Statements (including Bonner Fellers), reports, memoranda, draft legislation, charts, agenda, printed material and correspondence (including Mark Clark and John J. McCloy), 1947-1948

Folder 3

World Health Organization. Draft and final copies of legislation, minutes, correspondence, reports, memoranda, printed material, notes, and a hearing transcript, 1946-1948

 

81st Congress (1949-1950)

Folder 4

General. Legislation and correspondence, 1949-1951

 

Atlantic Union

Folder 5

General. Notes, printed material, bills, reports, pamphlet, flyers, memorandum, resolution, and a speech transcript (Estes Kefauver), 1949-1950

Folder 6

Correspondence, 1949-1951

Folder 7

Chinese students. Notes, reports, draft and final copies of bills, press release, clipping, pamphlet, and correspondence, 1949-1955

Folder 8

Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe, Inc. (CARE). Draft legislation, press release, notes, statements, memorandum, correspondence, clippings, reports, and a pamphlet, 1949-1950

Folder 9

International organizations. Report, hearing and debate transcripts, resolution, and correspondence, 1949-1950

 

81st-82nd Congress

 

Asian immigration

Box 73., Folder 1

General. Draft and final copies of bills, notes, memoranda, reports, statements, clippings, flyer, charts, and press releases, 1948-1956

Folder 2-3

Correspondence. Includes Norman Thomas, Pat McCarran, Joseph C. Grew, Mark Clark and others, 1949-1952

 

United Nations. Correspondence, reports, press release, statements, printed material, statements of purpose, and minutes; primarily relates to resolutions to strengthen the United Nations, and the United World Federalists

Folder 4

1949 June-Dec.

Box 74., Folder 1-2

1950-1961

 

82nd Congress (1951-1952)

Folder 3

General. Lists, copies of bills, correspondence (including Joseph C. Grew), and notes, 1951-1952

Folder 4

Council of Europe. Draft resolutions, memorandum, report, correspondence (including Lord Layton), and a bulletin, 1951

Folder 5

Indian emergency assistance. Draft legislation, memorandum, notes, reports, correspondence, clippings, and miscellany, 1951

Folder 6

Korean student aid. Legislation, correspondence, and report, 1951-1952

 

82nd Congress-83rd Congress. Native American health services

Folder 7

General. Notes, resolutions, reports, printed articles, press releases, statements, hearing transcripts, newsletters, charts, minutes, flyers, memoranda, and draft legislation, 1949-1971

Box 75., Folder 1

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 2

General, 1951-1965

Folder 3-4

Minnesota Department of Health (Dr. Albert Chesley); includes reports and memoranda as enclosures, 1924-1954

 

83rd Congress (1953-1954)

Folder 5

General. Lists, correspondence, and copies of bills, 1953-1954

 

Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954

Box 76., Folder 1-2

General. Statements (including Dwight Eisenhower, Lyndon Johnson, and Orville Freeman), draft and final copies of legislation, charts, memoranda, press releases, notes, clippings and other printed material, and reports, 1953-1967

Folder 3

Correspondence. Includes Ezra T. Benson, Harold Stassen, John McClellan, Hubert Humphrey, and Walter Robertson, 1953-1976

Folder 4

Pakistan. Statements (includes John Foster Dulles and Harold Stassen), bills, notes, and a letter; relates to wheat exports, 1953

 

84th Congress (1955-1956)

Folder 5

General. Correspondence, lists and copies of bills, and printed material relating to miscellaneous legislation, 1955-1956

Folder 6

WHO Conference. Copy of legislation, and correspondence, 1956

Folder 7

85th Congress (1957-1958). Lists and copies of bills, correspondence, and a clipping relating to miscellaneous legislation, 1957-1958

 

86th Congress (1959-1960)

Box 77., Folder 1-2

General. Notes, clippings, lists and copies of bills, report, statement, and correspondence; includes material relating to agricultural products, immigration, foreign relations, and labor, 1959-1960

Folder 3

Atlantic Union. Draft legislation, notes, printed material, report, serial issue, and correspondence, 1952-1961

Folder 4

Employment Act of 1946 (amendment). Correspondence, copy of proposed legislation, press releases, notes, statement, memorandum, and newsletters, 1958-1960

Folder 5-6

Freedom Academy bill. Correspondence (including Bernard Baruch, Lev Dobriansky, Gloria Steinem, Karl Mundt, Suzanne Labin, and DeWitt Wallace), draft legislation, reports, speeches, clippings, printed articles (including Carlos P. Romulo), notes, and hearing transcripts, 1957-1967

Box 78., Folder 1-3

Freedom Academy bill

Folder 4

Philippine War Damage Commission. Correspondence and bills, 1960-1962

Folder 5

87th Congress (1961-1962). Lists and copies of bills, memorandum, correspondence, printed material; includes material relating to pension plans, Social Security, taxes, foreign relations and immigration, 1960-1962

 

Notes. Primarily records of meetings

Box 79., Folder 1

General. Includes clippings, 1949-1953

Folder 2

Dulles, John Foster, 1952-1955

Folder 3

Eisenhower, Dwight, 1952-1955

Folder 4

Ford, Gerald R., 1974-1975

Folder 5

Herter, Christian, 1959

Folder 6

Johnson, Lyndon, 1961-1964

Folder 7

Kissinger, Henry, 1972-1973

Folder 8

Rusk, Dean, 1950-1964

Folder 9

Truman, Harry S., 1949-1950

 

Trips

Folder 10

1944. England and China. Notes, correspondence, printed material, and press releases

 

1947 Sept.-Oct. Primarily relates to the United States Information Service (USIS)

Folder 11

General. Reports, notes, clippings, letter, itineraries, miscellany, and a map, 1947-1948

Folder 12

Austria. Itinerary and reports, 1947

Folder 13

Belgium. Meeting summaries, itinerary, fact sheets and a report, 1947

Folder 14

Bulgaria. Correspondence, reports, and miscellany, 1947-1948

Folder 15

Czechoslovakia. Transcripts of news articles, meeting summaries, questionnaire, itinerary, and a report, 1947

Folder 16

Denmark. Letters, notes, report, and miscellany, 1947

Folder 17

England. Notes, memorandum, itinerary, and a report, 1947

Folder 18

Finland. Meeting summary, report, and miscellany, 1947

Folder 19

France and Luxembourg. Fact sheets, reports, notes, and meeting summaries, 1947

Folder 20

Germany. Meeting summary, reports, miscellany, itinerary, and memoranda, 1947

Box 80., Folder 1

Greece. Itinerary, letters, meeting summaries, reports, clippings, and a press release, 1947

Folder 2

Hungary. Itinerary, reports, and notes, 1947

Folder 3

Italy. Itinerary, meeting summary, letter, and reports, 1947

Folder 4

Netherlands. Meeting summary, memorandum, itinerary, press release, and miscellany, 1947

Folder 5

Norway. Itinerary, notes, letter, meeting summaries, and clippings, 1947

Folder 6

Poland. Itinerary, meeting summaries, reports, and a memorandum, 1947

Folder 7

Portugal. Itinerary, reports, and miscellany, 1947

Folder 8

Rumania. Invitation, letters, reports, and a news article, 1947

Folder 9

Spain. Clippings, miscellany, reports, meeting summaries (including General Franco), and letters, 1947-1948

Folder 10

Sweden. Itinerary, pamphlet, meeting summary, notes, memorandum, reports, and miscellany, 1947

Folder 11

Turkey. Itinerary, news articles, miscellany, memorandum, reports, and a telegram, 1947

 

1947 Oct.-Nov. Far East

Folder 12

General. Notes, itineraries and correspondence, 1947

 

China

Folder 13

General. State Department reports, wire reports and news articles, clippings, letter, and miscellany, 1947-1948

Folder 14

Nanking and Peiping. Lists, tables, memoranda, reports, correspondence, notes, press release, pamphlet, and miscellany, 1947

Box 81., Folder 1

Shanghai. Notes, itinerary, memoranda, bulletin, news articles, and miscellany, 1947

Folder 2

Japan. Statements, press release, reports, itinerary, and miscellany, 1947

Folder 3

Korea. Correspondence, memoranda, speech, reports, newsletter, printed articles, clippings, press release, and miscellany, 1946-1948

Folder 4

1950. World Health Organization (WHO) Assembly, Geneva. Clippings, correspondence, notes, statements, reports, miscellany, minutes, and press releases, 1950

 

1951

Folder 5

June. European reconstruction (Marshall Plan and military aid programs) study group. Correspondence (including Dwight Eisenhower), newsletter, notes of a meeting with General Eisenhower, itineraries, clipping, statement, notes, and miscellany, 1951

 

November. Council of Europe meeting, Strasbourg

Folder 6

General. Reports, pamphlets, bulletin, correspondence, clippings, miscellany and press releases, 1947-1953

Folder 7

Conference material. Notes, reports, statistics, miscellany, resolutions, debate transcripts, speeches, and a letter, 1951

Box 82., Folder 1

Conference material

Folder 2

1953 April. India, Pakistan and the Far East. Clippings, correspondence, reports, newsletters, statement, notes, miscellany and itineraries, 1953

 

1953 Nov. Far East

Folder 3-5

General. Correspondence (including General Matthew Ridgway and Congressional colleagues), memorandum, itineraries, clippings, press release, miscellany, and a report, 1953-1954

Box 83., Folder 1

Burma. Clipping, budget, meeting memorandum, miscellany, and correspondence, 1953-1954

Folder 2

Hong Kong. Correspondence and statements, 1950-1954

Folder 3

Indonesia. Correspondence, memorandum, and miscellany, 1953-1954

Folder 4

Japan. Miscellany and correspondence, 1953-1954

Folder 5

Korea. Correspondence (including Syngman Rhee), clipping, notes, and miscellany, 1953-1954

Folder 6

Laos. Letter and miscellany, 1953-1954

Folder 7

Malaysia. Correspondence and miscellany, 1952-1954

Folder 8

Philippines. Correspondence and miscellany, 1953-1954

Folder 9

Taiwan. Clippings, miscellany, correspondence, memorandum, map, and a pamphlet, 1951-1954

Folder 10

Thailand. Correspondence and miscellany; includes a letter relating to conditions in Cambodia, 1953-1954

Folder 11

Vietnam. Correspondence and miscellany, 1953-1954

 

1955 Oct.-Dec. Middle and Far East

 

General.

Folder 12

General. Extensive travel notes and reports, itinerary, miscellany, and a press release, 1955

Folder 13

Report. Printed copy of report and related correspondence, 1956-1957

Box 84., Folder 1

Afghanistan. Itinerary, 1955

Folder 2

Burma. Letter and miscellany, 1955

Folder 3

Cambodia. Itinerary, 1955

Folder 4

Ceylon. Itinerary, 1955

Folder 5

Egypt. Pamphlet, and report with cover letter, 1955

Folder 6

Hong Kong. Itinerary and miscellany, 1955

Folder 7

India. Itinerary and miscellany, 1955

Folder 8

Indonesia. Invitation, 1956

Folder 9

Iran. Briefing materials relating to the U.S. military mission in Iran, and miscellany, 1955

Folder 10

Iraq. Report, briefing materials, and miscellany, 1955

Folder 11

Israel. Miscellany, 1955

Folder 12

Italy. Miscellany, 1955

Folder 13

Japan. Clippings, correspondence, and miscellany, 1955

Folder 14

Korea. Correspondence, miscellany, and clippings, 1955

Folder 15

Lebanon. Miscellany, 1955

Folder 16

Pakistan. Letter and itinerary, 1955

Folder 17

Philippines. Notes and itinerary, 1955

Folder 18

Syria. Itinerary and miscellany, 1955

Folder 19

Taiwan. Correspondence, clippings, serial issue, and miscellany, 1955

Folder 20

Thailand. Correspondence and miscellany, 1955

Folder 21

Turkey. Itinerary, 1955

Folder 22

Vietnam. Itinerary and miscellany, 1955

Folder 23

1956. Delegation to the inauguration of President Syngman Rhee of Korea. Correspondence (including John Foster Dulles), miscellany, schedules, notes, speech (Syngman Rhee), memorandum, and a clipping, 1953-1958

 

1959. Middle and Far East

 

General

Folder 24

General. Correspondence, miscellany, and a press report, 1959-1960

Folder 25

State Department briefing material. Reports relating to general conditions and development projects in multiple countries

Folder 26

Report. Printed copy and draft of Judd minority views, 1960

Box 85., Folder 1

Afghanistan. Letter and pamphlets, 1959

Folder 2

Cambodia. Pamphlet, miscellany, speech draft, telegrams, and charts, 1959

Folder 3

Hong Kong. Correspondence, clippings, miscellany, pamphlet, Chinese language publications, memoranda, and reports; primarily relates to Chinese refugees and USIS programs, 1958-1959

Folder 4

Indonesia. Pamphlets, miscellany, briefing materials, map, letter, and biographical sketches, 1958-1959

Folder 5

India. Correspondence (including Amb. Ellsworth Bunker), clipping and miscellany, 1959

Folder 6

Iran. Report, maps, and briefing materials relating to the U.S. military mission in Iran, 1957-1959

Folder 7

Japan. Briefing material prepared by the U.S. High Commissioner of the Ryukyu Islands, 1959

Folder 8

Korea. Correspondence, reports, summary of a meeting with Syngman Rhee, clippings, and miscellany, 1959

Folder 9

Laos. Correspondence, report, and miscellany, 1959

Folder 10

Pakistan. Reports, pamphlets, letter, and miscellany, 1959-1960

Folder 11

Philippines. Correspondence, speech, photographs and miscellany, 1959-1961

Box 86., Folder 1

Taiwan. Pamphlets, correspondence, reports, and miscellany, 1958-1959

Folder 2

Thailand. Correspondence, itinerary and clipping, 1959

Folder 3

Vietnam. Correspondence (Elbridge Durbrow), clippings, reports, and miscellany, 1958-1960

 

1961. Relating to U.S. aid programs

Folder 4

General. Itinerary and press release, 1961

Folder 5

Afghanistan. Letter, 1961

Folder 6

Hong Kong. Reports, correspondence, clipping, and miscellany, 1961-1962

Folder 7

India. Correspondence, reports, press release, booklet, charts, notes, and miscellany, 1961

Folder 8

Iran. Report, correspondence, and an itinerary, 1961

Folder 9

Japan. Itinerary and miscellany, 1961

Folder 10

Korea. Report, clippings, press release, diagrams, correspondence, bulletin, itinerary, 1960-1961

Folder 11

Pakistan. Correspondence, serial issue, reports, press releases, and miscellany, 1961

Folder 12

Taiwan. Correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, Chinese Communist leaflets, Nationalist "psychological warfare" material, booklet, reports, and miscellany; includes information on refugee Chinese, 1961-1962

Box 87., Folder 1

Thailand. Correspondence, reports, clippings, and miscellany, 1960-1961

Folder 2

Turkey. Report, letter, memorandum, and miscellany, 1961

Folder 3

Vietnam. Pamphlet, letters, and miscellany, 1961

Folder 4

1962. U.S.-British Parliamentarians meeting, Bermuda. Correspondence, notes, biographical sketches, agenda, and miscellany, 1960-1962

Folder 5-6

Voting records. Printed material, correspondence, and notes, 1953-1962

 

Executive departments

 

General

 

General. Correspondence, primarily relating to independent and miscellaneous government agencies, including the National Labor Relations Board, the Veterans Administration, the Post Office Department, the Federal Communications Commission, the Civil Service Commission, the General Accounting Office, the National Housing Agency, the Tariff Commission, the Maritime Commission, and the Federal Trade Commission

 

General

Folder 7

1945

Box 88., Folder 1-6

1946-1954

Box 89., Folder 1-5

1955-1960

Box 90., Folder 1-3

1959-1965

Folder 4

Official, 1962

 

Emergency agencies

Folder 5

General. Correspondence, primarily relating to World War II agencies, including the War Manpower Commission, the Solid Fuels Administration, the Office of War Information, the War Shipping Administration, the War Labor Board, the Office of Defense Mobilization, and the Economic Stabilization Agency, 1945-1955

Folder 6

Office of Defense Transportation, 1945

Box 91., Folder 1-3

Office of Price Administration, 1945-1947

Folder 4

Office of Price Stabilization, 1950-1953

Folder 5

Wage Stabilization Board, 1950-1952

Folder 6

War Assets Administration, 1945-1946

Folder 7

War Production Board/Civilian Production Board, 1945-1946

 

White House

Folder 8

General. Correspondence; includes material relating to presidential administrations, 1945-1962

Folder 9

Official. Includes letters to Lawrence O'Brien, George McGovern, Walt Rostow, and McGeorge Bundy, 1956-1969

 

Agriculture Department

 

General

Box 92., Folder 1-3

General. Correspondence; includes material relating to food shortages, surpluses, price supports, schools lunches, wilderness areas, the Commodity Credit Corporation, and Secretary Ezra T. Benson, 1945-1962

Folder 4

Official (includes Orville Freeman), 1962-1963

Folder 5

Benson, Ezra Taft. Correspondence, notes (including a meeting with Secretary Benson), statements (Ezra Benson), a report on surplus grain, and clippings relating to Dr. Judd's criticism of Secretary Benson's policy, 1954-1958

Folder 6

Ladejinsky, Wolf. Correspondence (including Walter Robertson, J. Graham Parsons, and Ezra T. Benson), clippings, notes, printed article, statements (including Harold Stassen), and a report on Vietnam; relates to the dismissal of Wolf Ladejinsky on loyalty-security grounds and includes material relating to his subsequent work for the ICA in Asia, 1954-1960

Folder 7

War Food Administration. Correspondence, 1945

 

Commerce Department

 

General

 

General. Correspondence; includes material relating to patents, surplus property, waterways, highways, the census, Northwest Airlines, the Civil Aeronautics Authority, and the appointment of Henry Wallace as Secretary

Folder 8

1945-1951

Box 93., Folder 1

1952-1962

Folder 2

Official (includes Maurice Stans and Luther Hodges), 1962-1969

Folder 3

1960 Census. Correspondence, clippings, regulations, forms, and miscellany, 1959-1960

 

Defense Department (includes the former Navy and War Departments)

 

General. Correspondence; includes material relating to prisoners of war, military service, discharges, selective service, the Army Corps of Engineers, and military facilities

Folder 4-6

1945

Box 94., Folder 1-5

1946-1952

Box 95., Folder 1-5

1953-1962

Box 96., Folder 1

Official (includes Robert McNamara), 1962-1970

 

Health, Education, and Welfare Department (includes the former Federal Security Agency)

Folder 2-4

General. Correspondence; includes material relating to social security, the Public Health Service, food and drug regulations, and the fluoridation of water, 1945-1962

Folder 5

Official (includes Abraham Ribicoff), 1962

 

Interior Department

Folder 6

General. Correspondence; includes material relating to the War Relocation Authority, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, fish and wildlife, mineral resources, power projects, and the National Park Service, 1945-1962

Folder 7

Official (includes Stewart Udall), 1962-1976

 

Justice Department

 

General. Correspondence; includes material relating to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, criminal procedure, Alger Hiss, and Julius and Ethel Rosenberg

Folder 8

1945-1950

Box 97., Folder 1

1951-1962

Folder 2

Official (includes J. Edgar Hoover and Robert Kennedy); includes printed material relating to statements by Dr. Judd about the Walter Jenkins case, 1962-1964

 

Labor Department

Folder 3

General. Correspondence; includes material relating to strikes, compensation, and unemployment, 1945-1962

Folder 4

Official (includes Arthur Goldberg), 1962

 

State Department. NOTE: material relating to specific issues is filed under the appropriate subject category

 

General

Folder 5

General. Reports, statements (including Dean Rusk, Christian Herter, John Foster Dulles, and Robert Murphy), printed articles, pamphlets, bulletin, press releases, minutes, clippings, memoranda, notes, and program summaries, 1948-1960

 

Correspondence

Folder 6-7

General, 1943-1962

Folder 8

Official (includes George Shultz, Dean Rusk, and William Rogers), 1950-1983

Box 98., Folder 1

Foreign policy and department administration. Correspondence (including Estes Kefauver and George Kennan), speeches, report, notes, radio transcript, newsletter, and clippings; includes material relating to loyalty-security issues, Alger Hiss, and Harry D. White, 1945-1962. NOTE: Material on China policy is located in the CHINA file

Folder 2

International Cooperation Administration. Reports and correspondence (including Raymond Moyer), 1954-1961

 

International information and educational exchange programs

 

General

Folder 3

General. Draft and final legislation, speech transcript, reports, notes, press releases, program summaries, and budgets; includes material relating to the United States Information Service, the United States Information Agency, and the International Information Adminstration, 1944-1961

 

Correspondence

 

General

Folder 4-5

General. Primarily applicants for educational exchange programs, 1945-1962

Folder 6

United States Information Agency (includes Edward R. Murrow), 1950-1969. SEE ALSO: Trips/ 1947

Box 99., Folder 1

Official. Includes Franklin Roosevelt, Elbridge Durbrow, and othergovernment officials, 1944-1959

Folder 2

Aid to Chinese and Korean students. Correspondence and reports, 1947-1955

Folder 3

Voice of America. Correspondence and a press release, 1948-1960

Folder 4-6

Passports and visas. Correspondence, 1945-1962. SEE ALSO: Immigration

Box 100., Folder 1

Personnel. Correspondence and a memorandum; relates to inquiries, department employees, and policies, 1949-1960

Folder 2

Prisoners and displaced persons. Correspondence, 1950-1961. SEE ALSO: CHINA FILE/Prisoners

 

Treasury Department

Folder 3-4

General. Correspondence; includes material relating to the Bretton Woods conference, the Internal Revenue Service, and customs regulations, 1943-1962

Folder 5

Official, 1962-1969

 

Former Members of Congress

 

General

Folder 6

Administrative material. Notes, proposed legislation, by-laws, lists, resolution, and organizational charts, 1969-c. 1982

Folder 7

Clippings and press material. Newsletters, clippings and press releases, 1971-1982

Folder 8

Correspondence and memoranda. Correspondence with individuals (including Ronald Reagan) and general mailings, 1970-1983

Folder 9

Financial material. Budgets, correspondence, lists, financial statements, and reports, 1970-1983

 

Meeting material

Box 101., Folder 1-2

General. Agenda, minutes, correspondence, and miscellany for annual and other meetings, including Congressional receptions, 1970-1981

Folder 3

Board of Directors. Agenda, minutes, and miscellany, 1970-1983

Folder 4

Executive Committee. Agenda and minutes, 1974-1980

Folder 5

Membership material. Lists, correspondence, and miscellany, 1970-1981

Folder 6

Newsletters, 1974-1983

Folder 7

Reports and memoranda, 1975-1982

Box 102., Folder 1

Congressional relations. Speeches, legislative proposals, report, and lists, 1963-1983

 

Projects

Folder 2

General. Correspondence and miscellany, 1976-1983

Folder 3

Campus Fellows program. Correspondence, lists, itineraries, and clippings, 1970-1983

Folder 4

Oral History program. Clipping, report, and correspondence, 1971-1982

 

House of Representatives. NOTE: Correspondence relating to specific issues and legislative proposals are found following CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General

Folder 5

General. Primarily correspondence; includes material relating to taxation, lobbying, ethical conduct, government reorganization, joint, special, and investigative committees, 1945-1962

Folder 6-7

Agriculture Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to school lunch programs, food regulations, government lands, price supports, treatment of animals and miscellaneous legislation, 1944-1971

Box 103., Folder 1-3

Appropriations Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to government departments and programs, construction and reclamation projects, 1945-1962

 

Armed Services Committee (includes the former Committees on Military Affairs and Naval Affairs). Correspondence; includes material relating to selective service, atomic energy, reservists, and Defense Department reorganization

Folder 4-5

1945-1946

Box 104., Folder 1-3

1947-1962

Folder 4

Atomic Energy Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to the Atomic Energy Commission, disarmament, and food preservation, 1947-1961

 

Banking and Currency Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to post-World War II loans to Britain, wage and price regulation, housing and rent control, and financial institutions

Folder 5

1945-1946

Box 105., Folder 1-3

1947-1962

Folder 4

Claims Committee. Correspondence relating to World War II claims, 1945-1946

Folder 5

District of Columbia Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to home rule and anti-vivisection, 1945-1962

 

Education and Labor Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to labor policy, anti-discrimination, the Taft-Hartley and Landrum-Griffin bills, federal aid to education, minimum wage, and vocational training

Box 106., Folder 1-5

1945-1958

Box 107., Folder 1-3

1959-1962

 

Foreign Affairs Committee

Folder 4

General. Draft and final copies of legislation, notes, reports, resolutions, statements (including Dwight Eisenhower), press releases, printed material, hearing transcripts; primarily relates to trips and miscellaneous legislation, 1947-1962

 

Correspondence

 

General. Includes comments on general foreign policy, communism, and miscellaneous specific issues

Box 108., Folder 1-4

1945-1960

Box 109., Folder 1-2

1961-1962

Folder 3

Internal. Includes memoranda, 1950-1961

 

Government Operations Committee (includes the former Committee on Executive Department Expenditures)

 

General

Folder 4

General. Reports, correspondence, notes, memorandum, meeting report, and miscellany, 1946-1948

Folder 5

Government corporations. Correspondence, report, statements, draft and final copies of legislation; includes material relating to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 1945-1946

Folder 6-7

Government reorganization. Correspondence, reports, notes, hearing transcripts, statement (Harry S. Truman), resolution, clipping, meeting reports, 1945-1947

Box 110., Folder 1

State Department personnel. Notes, clipping, correspondence, reports, charts, budgets, personnel lists; includes material relating to subversives, 1947-1948

Folder 2

Surplus property. Correspondence, press release, resolutions, charts, report, draft and final copies of legislation, meeting summary, and notes, 1944-1948

Folder 3-4

Correspondence. Relates to an employment bill, and government reorganization (the Hoover Commission), 1945-1962

Folder 5

House Administration Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to printing, national emblems, and a congressional chapel, 1946-1962

Folder 6-7

Interior and Insular Affairs Committee (includes the former Committees on Mines and Mining, National Parks, Lands and Indian Affairs). Correspondence; includes material relating to Hawaiian and Alaskan statehood, water projects, environmental conservation and wilderness lands, and minerals, 1945-1962

 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to freight rates, railroad retirement programs, medical and scientific research, alcoholic beverages, natural gas, transportation, fluoridation of water, aviation, and broadcasting

Box 111., Folder 1-6

1945-1956

Box 112., Folder 1-4

1957-1962

 

Judiciary Committee

Folder 5

General. Reports (including J. Edgar Hoover), memorandum, and draft legislation; including material relating to immigration and displaced persons; racial discrimination; corrections, congressional salaries, communism, and the Bricker amendment, 1954-1959

 

Correspondence

Folder 6

1943-1948

Box 113., Folder 1-4

1949-1956

Box 114., Folder 1

1957-1962

Folder 2

Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to wildlife conservation and compensation, 1945-1962

 

Post Office and Civil Service Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to salary increases, postal rates, and the census

Folder 3-6

1945-1950

Box 115., Folder 1-5

1951-1958

Box 116., Folder 1-4

1958-1962

 

Public Works and Transportation Committee (includes the former Rivers and Harbors and Public Buildings and Grounds Committees). Correspondence and a newsletter; includes material relating to water projects (including the St. Lawrence Seaway), and highway construction

Folder 5

1944-1954

Box 117., Folder 1-2

1955-1962

Folder 3

Rules Committee. Resolutions, statements, reports, memorandum, correspondence, newsletter, and clippings; includes material relating to states, procedures, and investigations, 1945-1962

Folder 4

Science and Aeronautics Committee. Correspondence, 1959-1962

Folder 5

Small Business Committee. Memoranda, draft legislation, report, and correspondence, 1945-1959

 

Un-American Activities Committee

Folder 6

General. Statements, press releases, newsletter, and clippings; primarily relates to student protests in San Francisco and the film "Operation Abolition", 1948-1956

Folder 7

Correspondence, 1945-1973

 

Veterans' Affairs Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to pensions and other benefits

Folder 8

1945-1950

Box 118., Folder 1-4

1951-1962

 

Ways and Means Committee. Correspondence; includes material relating to trade agreements, taxation, social security, medical and welfare programs

Folder 5-6

1945-1948

Box 119., Folder 1-4

1949-1953

Box 120., Folder 1-3

1954-c. 1958

Box 121., Folder 1-3

c. 1957-1960

Box 122., Folder 1-4

1961-1962

Box 123., Folder 1-2

1961-1962

Folder 3

Library of Congess. Correspondence, 1946-1980

Folder 4

Senate. Correspondence relating to legislation and Senate committees, 1945-1961

 

Agriculture

Folder 5

General. Correspondence, press releases, proposed legislation, memoranda, statements (including Ezra T. Benson), regulations, and printed material, 1941-1961

Folder 6

Food and Agriculture Act of 1962. Draft legislation, printed material, newsletters, correspondence, and memoranda; primarily relates to price supports, 1961-1962

Folder 7

Antarctic. Correspondence and press release, 1950-1959

 

Atlantic Union

Box 124., Folder 1

General. Primarily correspondence, 1949-1960. SEE ALSO: Legislation/81st Congress and 83rd Congress and Trips/1951 November

Folder 2

Atlantic Union Committee. Printed articles, correspondence (including Joseph McCarthy, John Stennis, Jacob Javits, and other Congressional colleagues), resolutions, draft policy statement, notes, and statements (including Estes Kefauver), 1949-1966

 

Atomic energy and arms control

Folder 3

General. Correspondence (including Norman Cousins, Christian Herter, Christopher Emmet, and Hubert Humphrey), and notes, 1945-1963

Folder 4

Atomic Energy Act of 1946. Correspondence, draft legislation, notes, memorandum, printed material, and a speech (Bernard Baruch); includes material relating to the Atomic Energy Commission, 1946-1962

Folder 5

Arms Control and Disarmament Act of 1961. Draft legislation, reports, printed material, hearing transcripts, pamphlets, memorandum, and correspondence; includes material relating to the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1961-1963

Folder 6

Austria. Correspondence and a memorandum, 1953-1958

Folder 7

Aviation. Correspondence (includes a copy of a letter from Franklin Roosevelt), and a report, 1944-1960

Folder 8

Britain. Correspondence, statement, clippings, and a newsletter; primarily relates to loans, 1946-1970

Box 125., Folder 1

Burma. Memorandum, printed articles, clippings, and correspondence; includes material relating to communism and U Nu, 1949-1969

Folder 2

Ceylon. Correspondence (Ambassador R.S.S. Gunewardene), and a speech, 1955

Folder 3-5

Civil rights. Correspondence (includes Roy Wilkins, and Clarence Mitchell), printed material, newsletters, speeches and statements, reports, notes, draft legislation, and press releases; includes Dr. Judd's record on civil rights legislation, and material relating to the Fair Employment Practices Act (including a bill introduced by Dr. Judd in the 80th Congress), 1944-1962

 

Congo (Katanga)

Folder 6

General. Notes, printed material, newsletters, statements (including Moises Tshombe, Thomas Dodd, G. Mennen Williams, and Strom Thurmond), report, press releases, and advertisements; includes material relating to the American Committee for Aid to Katanga Freedom Fighters, 1961-1967

Folder 7

Correspondence. Includes a copy of a message from Moises Tshombe to President Kennedy, 1961-1968

Folder 8-9

Cuba. Clippings, resolutions, report, statement, memoranda, notes, and correspondence (including Lawrence O'Brien, the Consejo Revolucionario de Cuba, and telegrams from Dr. Judd to President Kennedy), 1957-1969

Box 126., Folder 1

Cyprus. Correspondence, 1954-1956

Folder 2

Czechoslovakia. Correspondence and clippings; includes material relating to the Karol Folta espionage case, 1947-1955

 

Defense

Folder 3

General. Memoranda, letter, and chart; includes material relating to the National Guard and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, 1953-1958

Folder 4

Inter-American Military Cooperation Act. Meeting report, notes, draft legislation, clippings, press releases, statements (including Harry Truman, George Marshall, and Matthew Ridgway), newsletters, and memoranda, 1947

Folder 5

National Security Act of 1947. Speech, draft and final legislation, press releases, clippings, charts, report, and correspondence (including James Forrestal and Charles M. Cooke), 1945-1953

Folder 6

Status of Forces treaty. Notes, statements, reports, resolutions, and correspondence; relates to the issue of criminal jurisdiction over U.S. forces in international defense alliances, 1953-1957

Folder 7

Universal Military Training. Newsletter and correspondence (including Wilson Compton), 1947-1953

 

Economics

Folder 8

General. Clippings, pamphlet, reports, statement, correspondence, and miscellany; includes material relating to inflation and the 1948 special session of Congress, 1945-1954

Folder 9

Office of Price Administration. Correspondence, press releases, notes, newsletters, printed material, reports, copies of legislation, and statements, 1942-1946

 

Education

 

General. Draft legislation, speeches and statements, printed material, notes, memoranda, reports, pamphlets, bulletins, press releases, and a memorandum to President Eisenhower from Walter Judd; primarily relates to proposed federal legislation to aid for scholarships and classroom construction

Folder 10

1943-1956

Box 127., Folder 1-2

1957-1962

Folder 3

Correspondence. Includes form letters from congressional colleagues, 1944-1962

Folder 4

Europe. Correspondence, report, resolutions, press release, speech (John F. Kennedy), and printed material; includes material relating to Italy and the Council of Europe, 1946-1972

 

Foreign aid

Folder 5

General. Printed articles, newsletters, pamphlets, notes, clippings, correspondence (including the ECA), reports, charts, and memoranda; includes material relating to criticisms of aid programs, 1951-1963

Folder 6

Aid to Greece and Turkey (PL 75), 1947 May 22. Reports, correspondence, statements and speeches (including Harry S. Truman, Dean Acheson, Henry F. Grady, and Harry Byrd), draft and final copies of legislation, hearing summaries, press releases, notes, newsletter, correspondence, clippings, and abstracts, 1946-1949

Box 128., Folder 1

Joint Resolution providing post-war relief (PL 84), 1947 May 31. Statement (Harry S. Truman), draft and final copies of legislation, resolutions, notes, reports, correspondence, and a pamphlet, 1947

Folder 2

Foreign Aid Act of 1947 (PL 389), 1947 Dec. Reports, draft and final copies of legislation, correspondence, resolutions, and notes; includes a telegram in support of aid to China, signed by William Bullitt, Josephus Daniels, and others, 1947

 

Economic Assistance Acts. Includes the European Recovery Program (Marshall Plan), and aid to China

Folder 3

General. Correspondence (including Hubert Humphrey, Walter Robertson, Karl Compton, Helen Loomis, Paul Hoffman, and various individuals and groups interested in China), 1947-1952

Folder 4

Foreign Assistance Act of 1948 (PL 472). Draft and final copies of legislation, reports, memoranda, speeches and statements (including Harry S. Truman), notes, newsletters, press releases, resolutions, and clippings, 1947-1977

 

Extension, 1949

Folder 5

General. Press releases, speeches and statements (including Paul Hoffman), draft and final copies of legislation, memoranda, reports, and clippings, 1949

Folder 6

Aid to China. Notes, reports, clippings, draft legislation, and statements; includes material relating to a proposed amendment to provide military aid, 1947-1949

Box 129., Folder 1

Extension, 1950. Charts, reports, draft and final legislation, clippings, and hearing transcripts, 1950

Folder 2

Mutual Defense Act of 1949. Statements (including Harry S. Truman), notes, reports, draft and final legislation, radio broadcast transcripts (Walter Trohan), printed material, and correspondence, 1949-1953

 

Act for International Development of 1950 (Point Four Program)

Folder 3

General. Reports, clippings, hearing summary, draft legislation, statements (including Harry S. Truman), pamphlet, notes, newsletters, and memoranda, 1949-1954

Folder 4

Correspondence, 1949-1956

 

Mutual Security Program

Folder 5

1951. Statements, printed material, reports, draft legislation, notes, and correspondence (including George Marshall); includes material relating to Arab and Israeli resettlement, 1951-1952

Folder 6

1952. Reports, draft legislation, statements (including Nelson Rockefeller and Dean Acheson), memoranda, and correspondence (including the State Department, the Mutual Security Agency, and Jacob Javits), 1952

Box 130., Folder 1-2

1953. Reports, draft and final copies of legislation, memoranda, budget charts, a clipping, correspondence (including a letter from John Vorys to John Foster Dulles), and a pamphlet relating to Taiwan, 1953-1958

Folder 3-4

1954. Reports, memorandum, budget chart, notes, draft and final copies of legislation, and correspondence, 1954-1955

Folder 5

1955. Reports, draft legislation, budget charts, statements (including Arthur Radford), miscellany, and correspondence (including Philippine President Magsaysay, Harold Stassen, Alexandra Tolstoy, Alfred Kohlberg, and the Ceylonese Ambassador, R.S.S. Gunewardene), 1954-1955

Folder 6-7

1956. Reports, statements (including Dwight Eisenhower), budget charts, outline, and correspondence (including the Defense Department, the Indian Ambassador, G.L. Mehta, and Alfred Kohlberg), 1956

Box 131., Folder 1-2

1957. Printed material, reports, draft and final copies of legislation, press release, correspondence (including the White House and the Defense Department), statements (including Dwight Eisenhower, Jacob Javits, and John Foster Dulles), pamphlets, notes, memoranda, and debate transcripts; includes material relating to surplus agricultural commodities, 1957

Folder 3-4

1958. Correspondence, notes, reports, memorandum, statement, hearing and debate transcripts, and miscellany, 1958

Box 132., Folder 1-3

1959. Correspondence (including Thomas Dodd and John Sherman Cooper), statements (including Dwight Eisenhower), draft legislation, memoranda, printed material, and debate transcripts, 1959

Folder 4-6

1960. Correspondence (including the White House, the Defense Department, Douglas Dillon, John Sherman Cooper, and Thomas Dodd), reports, draft legislation, press releases, statements, notes, memoranda, and debate transcripts, 1960

Box 133., Folder 1-2

Aid to communist countries. Printed material and correspondence (including William F. Buckley); includes material relating to an article in National Review citing Dr. Judd's position, 1960-1963

Folder 3

Agency for International Development (AID). Correspondence (including Chester Bowles and AID officials), speech, press releases, clipping and a report, 1961-1969

Folder 4-5

Peace Corps Act of 1961. Correspondence (including R. Sargent Shriver, Bill Moyers, and Nicholas Katzenbach), chart, reports, clipping, memoranda, draft legislation, budget, newsletter, and notes; includes material on the activities of a precursor program, International Voluntary Services, Inc., in Southeast Asia, 1959-1976

Box 134., Folder 1-3

Foreign Assistance Act of 1961. Reports, correspondence (including Dean Rusk, Dwight Eisenhower and Nelson Rockefeller), draft legislation, clippings, debates, notes, budget charts, and press releases, 1961

Folder 4

Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development. Correspondence, 1961

 

Foreign Assistance Act of 1962

Folder 5

General. Debates, reports, draft legislation, notes, memoranda, form letters, newsletter, and statements (including Dean Rusk); includes material relating to a congressional trip to Korea, Vietnam, and Turkey, 1962

Box 135., Folder 1

Correspondence (including the AFL-CIO and Dean Rusk), 1961

Folder 2-3

Germany. Correspondence (including Christopher Emmet), printed material, resolutions, newsletters, reports, statements (including Elbridge Durbrow), and memoranda, 1943-1973

Folder 4

Greece. Correspondence, resolutions, the statement of a communist partisan, notes, printed material, press releases, 1941-1970

 

Housing and urban development. Pamphlets, correspondence (including the AFL), clippings, notes, press releases, reports, draft and final legislation, statements, newsletters, flyers, and a chronology; relates to legislation, the establishment of a cabinet-level department, and rent control

Folder 5-6

1945-1949

Box 136., Folder 1

1950-1962

Folder 2

Hungary. Correspondence, printed material, newsletter, statements (including Roscoe Drummond and Jozsef Koevago, Mayor of Budapest), 1948-1965

 

Immigration and refugee relief

Folder 3

General. Notes, correspondence, press releases, newsletter, statements, clipping, and miscellany; includes material relating to the World Refugee Year, 1948-1962

 

Cases. Requests for individual assistance from Dr. Judd; includes numerous Chinese refugees

 

General. Primarily correspondence

Folder 4-5

1945-1954

Box 137., Folder 1-4

1955-1962

 

Alphabetic. Correspondence (including the State Department and the Immigration and Naturalization Service), forms, printed material, relief bills, affidavits and other legal documents, photographs, and miscellany

Folder 5

A

Box 138., Folder 1-7

B-C

Box 139., Folder 1-4

D-J

Box 140., Folder 1-4

K-L

Box 141., Folder 1-5

M-S

Box 142., Folder 1-3

T-Z

 

Legislation

 

General

Folder 4

General. Relief bills, regulations, correspondence, reports, and clippings, 1953-1960

Folder 5

Correspondence, 1943-1957

Folder 6

Displaced Persons Act of 1948. Abstracts, clippings, notes, statements, draft and final copies of legislation, letters, and regulations; includes material relating to U.S. participation in the International Refugee Organization, 1947-1951

Box 143., Folder 1

Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952. Draft and final copies of legislation, printed articles, statements, newsletters, debates, press release, and correspondence; primarily relates to proposed amendments, 1952-1960

Folder 2

Refugee Relief Act of 1953. Reports, statements, letter, draft and final copies of legislation, and notes, 1953-1957

 

India

 

General

Folder 3-4

General. Notes, clippings, pamphlets, miscellany, notes (including a conversation between Dr. Judd and President Radhakrishnan), hearing transcript, background material and itinerary (for 1953 trip?), reports, Indian newspapers, memoranda, newsletters, and press releases; includes material relating to Kashmir, foreign aid to India, Krishna Menon, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Indian neutrality, 1942-1979

 

Correspondence

Folder 5

General. Includes Jacob Javits, Edward Carter of the Institute for Pacific Relations, George Allen, Robert Chiperfield, and Everett Drumright; also includes reports and printed material, 1944-1980

Folder 6

Bowles, Chester. Correspondence, memoranda, printed material, and reports, 1951-1968

 

Food aid

Box 144., Folder 1

General. Flyer, open letter from a congressional group to Harry Truman, press releases, speeches and statements (including Harry S. Truman, Jawaharlal Nehru and Walter Reuther), and a pamphlet, 1951

Folder 2-3

Correspondence (including Jack McFall and Jacob Javits), 1951

Folder 4

Indonesia. Correspondence, statement, and printed material, 1949-1982

Folder 5

Ireland. Correspondence and pamphlet; relates to legislation in support of re-unification, 1950-1954

 

Japan

 

General

Folder 6

General. Clippings, memoranda, conference materials, press releases, a copy of a letter and a statement by John Foster Dulles, a speech by Dwight Eisenhower, reports, a newsletter, printed articles, notes, a treaty text, and miscellany; relates to politics, trade relations, World War II, and the peace treaty conference, 1937-1969

Folder 7-8

Correspondence (including Joseph Grew, Norman Thomas, Thruston Morton, and Japanese officials), 1943-1965

Box 145., Folder 1-2

Ryukyu Islands (Okinawa). Correspondence, memoranda, reports, printed articles, and notes; includes material relating to a group of immigrants to Bolivia, 1952-1969

 

Korea

 

General

Folder 3-4

General. Statements (including Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., and Syngman Rhee), reports, notes (including meetings with Rhee and other Korean officials), flyer, press release, a telegram sent by Dr. Judd to Dean Acheson (?), newsletter, and printed material, 1947-1959

 

Correspondence. Includes Thruston Morton, Syngman Rhee and other Korean officials, Alexander Smith, William Knowland, and other Congressmen)

Folder 5

1945-1950

Box 146., Folder 1

1951-1953

Folder 2

American Korean Foundation. Correspondence, statement (Milton Eisenhower), report, and miscellany, 1953-1958

Folder 3

Economic aid. Correspondence (including Korean officials), printed articles, clippings, press release, statements (including Syngman Rhee and Harry S. Truman), draft and final legislation, reports (including Albert C. Wedemeyer), chronology, and newsletters, 1945-1957

Folder 4

Prisoners of war. Correspondence, clippings, press releases, statements (including Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.), notes, memorandum, and texts of peace agreements; primarily writings of and correspondence with Christopher Emmet, 1952-1954

 

Labor

 

General

Folder 5

General. Notes, draft and final copies of legislation, clippings, reports, resolutions, pamphlets, debates, newsletters, printed articles, AFL convention proceedings, charts, and statements (including John Kennedy), 1935-1962

Folder 6

Correspondence (including Gabriel Hauge, the AFL-CIO, Arthur Watkins, and an open letter from a group of Congressman to Harry Truman); primarily relates to strikes, 1945-1963

Box 147., Folder 1

Full employment bill. Speeches and statements, notes, printed articles, newsletter, draft legislation, reports, debate transcripts, clippings, and a leaftlet, 1931-1946

Folder 2

Case anti-strike bill. Notes, newsletter, copies of bills, statements, debates, legislative summaries, clippings, report, and printed articles, 1946

 

Labor Management Relations Act (Taft-Hartley Act)

Folder 3

General. Correspondence, abstracts, clippings, pamphlets, legislative summaries, draft and final copies of legislation, press releases, statements (including Richard M. Nixon), newsletters, reports, and flyers, 1947-1948

Folder 4

Proposed amendments (Wood and Lesinski bills). Statements (including Richard M. Nixon), legislative summaries, clippings, draft and final copies of legislation, correspondence, notes, reports, newsletters, and miscellany, 1949-1954

 

Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act

Folder 5

Kennedy-Ives bill. Reports, miscellany, legislative summaries, newsletters, flyers, notes, press releases, correspondence, debates, statements, and clippings, 1958-1959

Box 148., Folder 1

Landrum-Griffin Act. Report, statements, draft legislation, newsletters, debate transcripts, and correspondence, 1958-1962

Folder 2

Manpower Development and Training Act. Draft legislation, report, and correspondence, 1961-1962

Folder 3

Laos. Correspondence (including Christopher Emmet, J. Graham Parsons, and Laotian officials), clippings, statement, and notes, 1955-1970

Folder 4

Latin America and the Caribbean. Memoranda and correspondence (including the White House, William Macomber, Jr., and Harold Geneen); includes material relating to foreign aid, Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala, and Brazil, 1949-1963

 

Loyalty-security issues

Folder 5

General. Correspondence, a memoranda with cover letter from Richard Nixon, and an executive order with a statement by Dwight Eisenhower, 1948-1961. SEE ALSO: SUBJECT FILE/Communism and anti-communism; CONGRESSIONAL FILE/State Department/Foreign policy; and CHINA FILE/United States/State Department

Folder 6

McCarthy, Joseph. Correspondence, pamphlet, speeches and statements, newsletter, book review, clippings, interview, report, and printed articles, 1950-1984

Folder 7

MacArthur, Douglas. Correspondence, clippings, printed articles, statements, broadcast transcripts, report, campaign material, and miscellany; includes material relating to his dismissal by President Truman, 1945-1972

 

Medicine

Folder 8

General. Correspondence, 1962

 

Compulsory health insurance. Pamphlets, newsletters, clippings, statements, printed articles, reports, abstracts, flyers, miscellany, and letters; includes material generated by the American Medical Association

Folder 9

1944-1948

Box 149., Folder 1

1949

Folder 2

Conscription of health workers. Correspondence, notes, clipping, statements, draft and final copies of legislation, newsletters, and telegrams, 1950-1955

Folder 3

Medicare. Memoranda, report, draft legislation, printed material, correspondence, newsletters, resolutions, press release, and speeches, 1958-1962

 

Middle East

Folder 4

General. Report, resolutions, memorandum, advertisements, notes, newsletters, chronology, printed material, and a speech transcript; relates to United Nations policy and the partition of Palestine, the Suez Crisis, foreign aid, refugees, Egypt, Iran, Turkey, Arab-Israeli conflict, and U.S. troops in Lebanon, 1946-1975

 

Correspondence. Includes Jacob Javits, Robert Hill and other State Department officials, Donald R. Heath, and United Arab Republic officials

Folder 5-6

1943-1954

Box 150., Folder 1-2

1955-1962

Folder 3-5

Mongolia. Correspondence (including the State Department), memorandum, press release, speech, policy statement, notes, and clippings; relates to Mongolian involvement in the Korean conflict and U.S. recognition of Outer Mongolia, 1946-1961

Folder 6

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Reports, treaty text, correspondence (including John Foster Dulles and Christian Herter), a printed article by John Kennedy, statements (including Dean Acheson and John Foster Dulles), notes, newsletter, pamphlet, and resolutions, 1949-1968

Box 151., Folder 1

Pakistan. Correspondence (including Ayub Khan and other Pakistani officials), reports, pamphlets, dispatch, notes, clippings, an interview and a speech by Ayub Khan, and statements by Aziz Ahmad; primarily relates to India-Pakistan conflicts, 1953-1965

 

Philippines

Folder 2

General. Printed material, memorandum, speeches and statements (Carlos Romulo and Elpidio Quirino), and correspondence (including Manuel Quezon, Sergio Osmena, Carlos Romulo, and the State Department); includes material relating to Carlos Romulo, Benigno Aquino, commerce, and development projects, 1943-1968

Folder 3-4

Philippine Rehabilitation Act. Reports, draft and final legislation, statements, memoranda, correspondence (including the Philippine War Damage Commission), debates and hearing transcripts, and notes, 1943-1962

Folder 5

Resolution relating to Philippine independence. Reports, draft and final copies of the resolution, printed material statements (including Sergio Osmena, Manuel Quezon, and Franklin Roosevelt), correspondence (Manuel Quezon), memorandum, and notes, 1934-1944

Folder 6

Resolution relating to ship charters. Report, resolution, memoranda, and correspondence, 1953

Box 152., Folder 1

Poland. Clippings, correspondence, printed material, reports, statements, and notes, 1945-1980

 

Russia

 

General

Folder 2

General. Memoranda, report, testimony (Jay Lovestone), printed articles (including Anastas Mikoyan and Josef Stalin), newsletters, press releases, clippings, notes, pamphlets, speech, resolutions, and miscellany; includes material relating to the Comintern, party congresses, and the Free Trade Union Committee of the AFL, 1928-1963

Folder 3

Correspondence. Includes material relating to religious persecution in the Ukraine, cultural exchange programs, and foreign relations, 1945-1962

Folder 4

Summit conferences. Correspondence (including Christopher Emmet, and a letter from Dr. Judd to Robert Murphy), printed material (including articles by William Z. Foster, Joseph Alsop, and Thomas Dodd), press releases, notes, clippings, and reports; relates to meetings in Geneva, Paris, and Vienna, 1955-1961

Folder 5

U-2 incident. Correspondence, clippings, notes, memoranda, newsletters, and a draft of a note from Secretary of State Herter to the Soviet Foreign Minister; includes material relating to the exchange of Francis Gary Powers for Rudolph Abel, 1960-1962

Folder 6

Science. Debates, bills, and reports; includes material relating to space, and the National Science Foundation, 1945-1962

Folder 7

Spain. Correspondence (including Spanish officials), clippings, and a memorandum, 1945-1975

Folder 8

Thailand. Correspondence, 1951-1957

Folder 9

Trade

 

General. Correspondence (including the State Department), memoranda, and miscellany, 1950-1962

Box 153., Folder 1

Trade agreements. Notes, clipping, debate transcripts, pamphlet, reports, statements (Dwight D. Eisenhower), draft legislation, charts, memoranda, press release, flyers, printed articles, and correspondence; includes material relating to post-World War II reciprocal trade agreements and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), 1902-1962

Folder 2

Trade Expansion bill. Press release, correspondence (including a copy of a letter from Dwight D. Eisenhower), printed article, clipping, and reports, 1958-1962

 

United Nations

 

General

Folder 3-5

General. Draft legislation, reports, memoranda, press releases, notes, clippings, resolutions, hearing and debate transcripts, chart, statements (including John F. Kennedy and Francis Wilcox), chronologies, pamphlets, report, and newsletters; primarily relates to charter revision and U.S. purchase of U.N. bonds, and includes material relating to UNESCO and the expenses of military operations in the Congo, 1945-1978

Box 154., Folder 1-3

Correspondence. Includes material relating to the conferences at Dumbarton Oaks and Bretton Woods, 1945-1962

Folder 4

International Court of Justice. Primarily correspondence relating to jurisdiction (Connally reservation), 1959-1962

Folder 5

International Labor Organization. Constitution and rules, letter, notes, and a statement, 1949-1956

Folder 6

International Trade Organization. Correspondence, 1950

Box 155., Folder 1

Peace-keeping force. Notes, resolutions (including one introduced by Dr. Judd), printed material, and a statement; includes material relating to the NATO treaty, 1947-1950

Folder 2

United Nations International Childrens Emergency Fund (UNICEF). Correspondence, reports, clippings, statements (including Eleanor Roosevelt), pamphlets, fact sheet, newsletters, broadcast and hearing transcripts, and memoranda, 1947-1970

Folder 3

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA). Correspondence, 1945-1948

Folder 4

World Health Organization. Correspondence (including the State Department), reports, flyer, statements, memoranda, meeting reports, conference material, clippings, and charts; includes material relating to birth control, 1949-1979. SEE ALSO: Legislation/ 80th Congress

Folder 5

Vatican. Correspondence relating to the appointment of ambassadors, 1950-1952

Box 156., Folder 1

Veterans. Notes, draft and final legislation, clippings, fact sheets, and letters; includes material relating to the GI bill and other veterans benefits, 1944-1962

Folder 2-3

Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Correspondence (including Thruston Morton, Cao Thai Bao, Raymond DeJaegher, the ICA, Carl W. Strom, and Hilaire du Berrier), printed material, notes, a memorandum from Dr. Judd to Dwight Eisenhower, reports (Ngo Dinh Diem and Wolf Ladejinsky), and press releases; includes material relating to Thailand and Cambodia, 1951-1962

Folder 4

Welfare and Social Security. Reports, bills, notes, memoranda, newsletters, and correspondence, 1946-1956

Folder 5

World War II. Correspondence, printed material, memoranda, speeches and statements (including Franklin D. Roosevelt), press release, and notes; includes material relating to the Cairo, Teheran, and Yalta conferences, war claims, and the Japanese-American Citizens League and internment claims, 1943-1958

Folder 6

Yugoslavia. Correspondence, newsletters, notes, press releases, statements, serial issue, and report; relates to foreign aid, Yugoslav relations with the U.S. and the U.S.S.R., and to a proposed visit by Josip Tito to the U.S., 1946-1971

 

CHINA FILE, 1922-1984

 

General

Box 157., Folder 1-3

General. Clippings, printed articles, reports, newsletters, miscellany, and a map; primarily material by western travelers and analysts relating to conditions in China, 1944-1979

Folder 4

Clippings. Relates to Dr. Judd, 1947-1973

 

Correspondence

 

General

 

General. Primarily letters from constituents relating to many of the issues itemized below

Folder 5

1943-1945

Box 158., Folder 1-4

1945-1948

Box 159., Folder 1-4

1948-1949

Box 160., Folder 1-3

1950-1951

Box 161., Folder 1-5

1951-1955

Box 162., Folder 1-3

1956-1981

Folder 4

Chinese government. Includes legislators, the Embassy in Washington, and official information agencies, 1942-1978

Folder 5

Chinese news services, 1946-1969

Folder 6

Organizations interested in China, 1939-1976

Box 163., Folder 1-6

Residents in China. Primarily missionaries and other westerners, 1944-1973

Folder 7

U.S. government (primarily Congress). Includes John McCormack, the White House, William Knowland, Charles Sawyer, and Karl Mundt, 1943-1974

Folder 8

U.S. news services. Includes Irving R. Levine, Raymond Buell, and Edward Bliss, 1944-1961

Folder 9

Arnold, Julean, 1945

Folder 10

Baker, John Earl, 1946-1947

Folder 11

Benedict, Stephen, 1952-1953

Folder 12

Buck, Pearl S., 1944-1945

Folder 13

Bullitt, William C., 1950

Folder 14

Chen, Chih-mai. Includes a speech and reports on Communist-Kuomintang (KMT) relations, and other subjects, 1947-1967

Folder 15

Chennault, Claire L. and Anna. Includes printed material, 1948-1973

Folder 16

Chiang, Ching-kuo, 1972-1981

Folder 17

Chiang, Kai-shek and Chiang Soong Mei-ling, 1940-1982

Box 164., Folder 1

Chow, Shu-kai, 1966-1971

Folder 2

Cooke, Charles M., Jr., 1948-1951

Folder 3

Corcoran, Thomas G., 1952-1976

Folder 4

Dewey, Thomas E. Includes a clipping, 1951

Folder 5

Drumwright, Everett, 1975-1976

Folder 6

Eden, Anthony. Includes speeches, 1953-1954

Folder 7

Hahn, Emily, 1944

Folder 8

Harlow, Bryce N., 1954

Folder 9

Hurley, Patrick, 1945-1948

Folder 10

Jaffe, Philip J., 1944

Folder 11-13

Kohlberg, Alfred. Includes correspondence with Bertrand Russell, Dean Acheson, John Carter Vincent, and others, 1944-1960

Box 165., Folder 1

Koo, V. K. Wellington. Includes a printed article, 1947-1953

Folder 2

Kung, H.H., 1948-1951

Folder 3

Lattimore, Owen, 1943

Folder 4

Leahy, William, 1947

Folder 5

McConaughy, Walter P., 1974-1975

Folder 6

Morley, Felix, 1947

Folder 7

Mowrer, Edgar Ansel, 1957-1973

Folder 8

Moyer, Raymond. Includes related material, 1943-1974. SEE ALSO: United States/Aid

Folder 9

Neprud, Carl, 1946-1953

Folder 10

Niebuhr, Reinhold, 1944

Folder 11

Pee, Peter, 1947-1952

Folder 12

Price, Frank W., 1945-1947

Folder 13

Robertson, Walter. Includes correspondence with others and related material, 1949-1970

Folder 14

Rockefeller, John D., III, 1947

Folder 15

Roosevelt, Edith Kermit, 1959-1960

Folder 16

Shen, James C.H., 1972-1978

Folder 17

Smedley, Agnes, 1943

Folder 18

Van Fleet, James A., 1972-1975

Folder 19

Walker, Richard L. Includes material relating to China, 1958-1960

Folder 20

Wedemeyer, Albert C. Includes correspondence with others, 1945-1983

Folder 21

Wigglesworth, Richard B., 1958-1959

Folder 22

Yarnell, H.E., 1949

Folder 23

Notes. Relates to meetings with Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, James Byrnes, Dean Acheson, Charles Bohlen, George Kennan, Omar Bradley, and others, 1945-1953

Folder 24

Agriculture and land reform. Speech, clippings, reports, serial issues, and a press release, 1944-1975

 

Aid to Refugee Chinese Intellectuals

Folder 25

General. Clippings, report, newsletters, notes, by-laws, and miscellany, 1952-1959

 

Correspondence

 

General. Includes Anthony Eden, Dwight Eisenhower, Philip Jessup, Roscoe Pound, J. Howard Pew, John Lodge, Margaret Sanger, Harold Stassen, Jacob Javits, E.F. Hutton, Bernard Baruch, H.E. Yarnell, George Marshall, H.H. K'ung, Chen Chi-mai, Leighton Stuart, Nelson Rockefeller, Charles Edison, Allen Dulles, Henry R. Luce, John Sparkman, J. Peter Grace, Stanley Hornbeck, Thruston Morton, Paul Douglas, Arthur Bliss Lane, Chester Nimitz, Claire Chennault, H.J. Kaiser, Charles Cooke, Edwin N. Clark, Lucius Clay, Bruce Pirnie, various U.S. government agencies, and non-profit organizations

Box 166., Folder 1-4

1951-1953

Box 167., Folder 1-3

1954-1980

 

Internal. Includes memoranda and correspondence by Ernest Moy, Marvin Liebman, Harold Oram, Karl Compton, Christopher Emmet, and B.A. Garside

Folder 4-5

1951-1952 Aug.

Box 168., Folder 1-5

1952 Sept.-1956

Box 169., Folder 1-4

1957-1970

Folder 5

Financial material. Budgets, memoranda, charts, reports, and correspondence, 1951-1962

Box 170., Folder 1-3

Meeting minutes and agenda, 1952-1969

Folder 4

Membership material. Primarily lists, 1951-1952

Box 171., Folder 1-2

Reports. Includes material relating to refugees and conditions in Hong Kong, 1952-1962

Folder 3

Statements and program descriptions. Speeches, press releases, pamphlets, and miscellany, 1952-1959

 

American-Asian Educational Exchange (subsequently the American Afro-Asian Educational Exchange). Memoranda, draft articles of incorporation, correspondence (including Ralph de Toledano, G. Mennen Williams, Walter S. Robertson, John D. Rockefeller, III, and Stanley Hornbeck), minutes, pamphlet, conference material, printed material (including a speech by Chiang Kai-shek), form letters, reports, and miscellany

Folder 4

1957-1959

Box 172., Folder 1-2

1960-1981

 

American Bureau for Medical Aid to China. Correspondence, newsletters, reports, pamphlets, agenda and minutes, printed material, and miscellany; includes letters from Cordell Hull, Claire Chennault, J. Howard Pew, Alfred Kohlberg, Joseph Ball, Arthur Radford, and Walter Robertson

Folder 3

1939-1945

Box 173., Folder 1-4

1946-1978

Box 174., Folder 1

1979-1984

Folder 2

American China Policy Association. Correspondence, clippings and other printed material, press releases, and a flyer, 1946-1960. SEE ALSO: Correspondence/Kohlberg, Alfred

Folder 3

Asia Foundation (formerly Committee for Free Asia). Correspondence, statement of purpose, and printed material, 1953-1957

Folder 4

Asian Peoples Anti-communist League. Correspondence, conference report, and printed material, 1955-1976

Folder 5

Center for Strategic and International Studies. Reports, correspondence, and printed material, 1978-1984

Folder 6

Chiang Ching. Clippings, biographical material, and a speech, 1974-1977

Folder 7

Chiang Ching-kuo. Speeches, correspondence, clippings, interviews, and biographical material, 1954-1982

 

Chiang Kai-shek and Chiang Soong Mei-ling

Box 175., Folder 1-3

General. Speeches, clippings, newsletters, printed articles, press releases, book review, serial issue, pamphlets, and biographical material, 1930-1984

Folder 4

Correspondence. Includes James C.H. Shen (Shen Ch'ang-huan), Robert Strong, Hollington Tong, and Raymond Moyer, 1943-1982. NOTE: This material relates to Chiang Kai-shek and Chiang Soong Mei-ling; correspondence with them is located primarily in Correspondence/Chiang, Kai-shek and Chiang Soong Mei-ling

Folder 5

China Emergency Committee (subsequently the Committee to Defend America by Aiding Anti-Communist China.) Correspondence, clippings, memorandum, statements (including Pat McCarran, William Green, Fred McKee, Charles Edison and Claire Chennault), press releases, and miscellany, 1949-1951

Folder 6

China Institute in America. Correspondence, 1943-1955

Folder 7

Chou En-lai. Printed articles, biographical material, flyer, newsletters, clippings, and a press release, 1938-1976

Box 176., Folder 1

Christianity and missions. Minutes, reports, notes, correspondence, clippings, newsletters, and a booklet; includes material relating to communist persecution, 1945-1981. SEE ALSO: General/Correspondence/General/ Residents in China

Folder 2

Civil rights and dissent. Report, clippings, newsletters, and miscellany; includes material relating to the refusal of U.S. officials to grant exit visas to Chinese students, 1955-1979

Folder 3

Clergymen's Committee on China, Inc. Correspondence (including DeWitt Wallace), press release, memorandum, and miscellany, 1966-1970

Folder 4

Coalition for Asian Peace and Security. Press releases, correspondence, clippings, and a statement (S.I. Hayakawa), 1979-1980

Folder 5

Commerce and industry. Printed articles, newsletters, and reports, 1943-1972

Folder 6

Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy (previously Committee for a Democratic Policy toward China). Correspondence, bulletins, resolutions, and conference material, 1945-1950

 

Committee of One Million (subsequently Committee for a Free China)

 

General

 

Non-printed material. Minutes, agenda, reports, position statements, financial and fund-raising material, lists, speeches (including Thomas J. Dodd and Joseph Grew), resolutions, conference material, itineraries, petitions, and open letters (to President Eisenhower and others)

Folder 7-8

1953-1956

Box 177., Folder 1-3

1957-1971

Box 178., Folder 1-2

1972-1983

 

Printed material

 

General. Reports, speeches (including Dean Rusk, Paul Douglas, Joseph Grew, and Peter Dominick), pamphlets, advertisements, clippings, book reviews, newsletters, flyers, declarations, letters to editors, and petitions

Folder 3-4

1951-1971

Box 179., Folder 1

1972-1977

Folder 2

"China Report". Newsletters, 1969-1979

 

Correspondence

 

General. Includes Herbert Hoover, Sherman Adams, John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, Harry S. Truman, Albert C. Wedemeyer, Claire Chennault, Stanley Hornbeck, Walter Robertson, William F. Buckley, Henry R. Luce, J. Howard Pew, Spruille Braden, Cyrus Eaton, Karl Rankin, and numerous congresspersons (including Gerald Ford, Jacob Javits, Hubert Humphrey, Robert Dole, Hiram Fong, Strom Thurmond, Barry Goldwater, J.W. Fulbright, and Robert Byrd)

Folder 3-5

1953-1966

Box 180., Folder 1-4

1968-1983

 

Internal

 

General. Includes Joseph Grew, Paul Douglas, Warren Austin, Thomas J. Dodd, Ernest F. Hollings, Peter H. Dominick, John McCormack, Jesse Helms, Walter McConaughy, H. Alexander Smith, Christopher Emmet, Frederick McKee, Charles A. Edison, and Marvin Liebman

Box 181., Folder 1-4

1953-1959

Box 182., Folder 1-4

1960-1967

Box 183., Folder 1-2

1968-1981

Folder 3

De Rochefort, Nicholas. Includes reports and miscellany relating to Russia and to propaganda techniques, 1953-1962

Box 184., Folder 1-2

Communism. Pamphlets, reports (including Louis Budenz, Stanley Hornbeck, Freda Utley, various missionaries, and the U.S. War Department), correspondence (including Clare Boothe Luce), book reviews, newsletters, printed articles, clippings, serial issues, and a book entitled The Happy Youth of China; includes issues and supplements of China Reconstructs, 1938-1981

Folder 3

Communist Party, U.S.A. Statements (including William Z. Foster, Mao Tse-tung, Clare Boothe Luce, and Earl Browder), memoranda, and clippings, 1937-1949

Folder 4

Cultural Revolution. Clippings, newsletters, a report, and printed articles, 1966-1971

Folder 5

Culture and society. Newsletters, clippings, and printed articles; includes material relating to Confucianism and ethnic minorities in China, 1949-1975

Folder 6

Democratic League. Correspondence, reports, and newsletters, 1947

Folder 7

Drugs. Clippings, printed articles, correspondence, reports, press releases, and newsletters, 1949-1974

Box 185., Folder 1

Economics, currency and finance. Clippings, reports (including Chou En-lai), correspondence, and newsletters, 1944-1965

Folder 2

Education. Printed articles, press releases, and a report, 1949-1974

Folder 3

Emergency Committee for Chinese Refugees (subsequently Chinese Refugee Relief). Correspondence, statement (Anna Chennault), flyer, and miscellany, 1962

Folder 4

Feng Yu-hsiang. Correspondence, clippings, biographical material, and a newsletter, 1947-1948

 

Foreign relations. SEE ALSO: Russia, United States, and United Nations

Folder 5

General. Reports, clippings, newsletters, press releases, printed articles, speeches (including Huang Hua and Mao Tse-tung), a memorandum, notes, pamphlets, and a copy of a treaty; includes material relating to the issue of recognition of communist China, 1922-1979

Folder 6

Asia. Clippings, press releases, correspondence (including Chen Chih-mai), notes, and reports; includes material relating to India and Southeast Asia, 1948-1975

Folder 7-8

Free China Fund. Reports, printed material, and correspondence (including Claire Chennault, Joseph Grew, V.K. Wellington Koo, Lucius Clay, Henry R. Luce, J. Leighton Stuart, Sherman Adams, Matthew Ridgway, Walter Bedell Smith, H.H. K'ung, and Arthur Radford), 1954-1958

Box 186., Folder 1

Free Pacific Association, Asian Speakers Bureau. Correspondence (including Raymond DeJaegher), and printed material, 1965-1980

Folder 2

Friends of Free China. Newsletters, correspondence, clippings, and miscellany, 1966-1984

Folder 3

Hong Kong. Clippings, newsletter, correspondence, reports, statements, and printed material; primarily relates to refugees, 1952-1970

Folder 4

Hundred Flowers movement. Printed material, including On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among the People, by Mao Tse-tung, 1957

Folder 5-6

Institute of Pacific Relations. Clippings, correspondence, serial issue, press releases, reports, printed articles, and notes; includes material relating to the Amerasia case, 1939-1970

Folder 7

Lin Piao. Report, clippings, press releases, newsletters, printed articles, and pamphlets, 1965-1974

Folder 8

Mao Tse-tung. Printed articles, pamphlets, speeches (including Barry Goldwater), clippings, letter (William Knowland), and newsletters; includes speeches and writings by Mao Tse-tung, 1949-1979

Folder 9

Military. Correspondence, reports, pamphlets, newsletter, and clippings, 1946-1970? SEE ALSO: Taiwan

 

Politics and government

 

Republic of China

Box 187., Folder 1-2

General. Report, correspondence, pamphlets, clippings, chart, biographical material, newsletters, press releases, printed articles (including Paul M.A. Linebarger), and speeches (including Chiang Kai-shek), 1930-1950

Folder 3

Communist-controlled areas. Clippings, report, and a pamphlet entitled Annual Report of the Shensi-Kansu-Ninghsia Border Region Government, by Lin Tsu-han, 1944-1949

Folder 4

Kuomintang-Communist relations. Reports, statements (Chiang Kai-shek), resolutions, pamphlets, clippings, press releases, newsletters, and an executive order; includes material relating to the New Fourth Army during the Sino-Japanese conflict, as well as Communist Party documents, 1939-1949

Folder 5

People's Republic of China. Printed articles, speeches, pamphlets, newsletters, and reports, 1949-1981

Folder 6

Prisoners. Clippings, report, testimony transcript, notes, printed articles, and correspondence (including the State Department and William Knowland); includes material relating to Korean and Vietnam War prisoners, missionaries, and the case of Angus Ward, 1949-1971

Box 188., Folder 1

Refugees and relief efforts. Printed material, clippings, a speech (George C. Marshall), correspondence (including the Red Cross), and miscellany, 1944-1979. NOTE: Most of the material on this topic is organized under specific agencies

Folder 2-3

Russia, Relations with. Correspondence, serial issues, clippings, press releases, book reviews, reports, notes, newsletters, printed articles, and resolutions, 1928-1975

Folder 4

Sun Yat-sen Group. Primarily typescript copies of correspondence (including Walter Lippmann), printed material, and writings of Maurice William and others; includes material relating to Sun Yat-sen, Russia, Chinese and American communists, and the Spanish Civil War, 1930-1948

 

Taiwan

 

General

 

General. Speeches (including George K.C. Yeh, David Rowe, James C.H. Shen, Hu Shih, and Hollington Tong), reports, clippings, pamphlets, printed articles, press releases, newsletters ( Free China Weekly), flyer, and form letters (including H.H. K'ung)

Folder 5

1949-1954

Box 189., Folder 1-3

1955-1980

Folder 4

Correspondence. Includes George K.C. Yeh, William Knowland, and ICA and Taiwanese officials, 1949-1981. SEE ALSO: Correspondence/General/Chinese government

Folder 5

Agriculture and land reform. Reports, cover letter, pamphlets, clippings, and press releases, 1950-1980

Folder 6

Economics, commerce and industry. Reports with cover letters, clippings, printed articles, press release, and memorandum, 1958-1980

Box 190., Folder 1

Mow-Hsiang case. Reports, press releases, statements (including a joint statement with supporting material by Peter T.K. Pee and Chen Chih-mai), clippings, legal documents and correspondence (including Chiang Kai-shek and Madame Chiang); relates to charges of corruption made by and against General P.T. Mow (Mao Pang-chu) and Colonel Hsiang Ve-shuen, 1948-1952

Folder 2

Wu, K.C. Interview, printed material, and correspondence (including Dwight Eisenhower, Frances Bolton, Charles M. Cooke, George K.C. Yeh, and Chen Chih-mai), 1953-1955

Folder 3

Teng Hsiao-ping. Newsletters, clippings, and a pamphlet; includes criticism of Teng by Hua Kuo-feng, 1974-1980

 

Tibet

Folder 4

General. Press release and clippings, 1949-1984

 

American Emergency Committee for Tibetan Refugees

 

Non-printed material. Speech, reports, correspondence, memoranda, agenda and minutes, budgets, and press releases; includes letters from William O. Douglas, Lowell Thomas, Jay Lovestone, Kenneth Keating, and Jawaharlal Nehru

Folder 5-7

1959-1960

Box 191., Folder 1-4

1961-1966

Box 192., Folder 1

1967-1973

Folder 2

Printed material. Booklets, newsletters, reports, clippings, speeches, and resolutions, 1959-1967

Folder 3

Trip material. Notes, reports, letter, and a statement relating to Dr. Judd's trips to India in 1963 Dec. and 1965 Jan., and his meetings with the Dalai Lama

 

United China Relief (subsequently United Service to China). Correspondence (including Henry R. Luce, Charles Edison, and Walter McConaughy), newsletters, reports, clippings, flyers, memoranda, and minutes

Folder 4

1941-1946

Box 193., Folder 1

1947-1951

 

United Nations

 

General

Folder 2-4

General. Notes, by-laws, pamphlets, clippings, statements, printed articles, press releases, resolutions, reports, letters, and newsletters, 1949-1972

Folder 5

Correspondence. Includes George Bush, 1948-1971

Folder 6

United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. Reports, notes, speech, biographical material, newsletters, and correspondence; includes material relating to communist influence, 1945-1949

 

United States, Relations with

 

General. Pamphlets, newsletters, clippings, correspondence (including Dwight Eisenhower and the State Department), resolutions, press releases, notes, memoranda, transcripts, newsletters, position statements, reports, abstracts, serial issues, speeches and statements (including Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Chiang Kai-shek, John Foster Dulles, John F. Kennedy, Adlai Stevenson, Stanley Hornbeck, Henry Kissinger, Robert Dole, Barry Goldwater, Roscoe Pound, Claire Chennault, Millard Tydings, John D. Lodge, Owen Brewster, Richard Cardinal Cushing, Ernest Hollings, and James C.H. Shen), and printed articles (including Max Eastman, J.K. Fairbank, Clare Boothe Luce, Alfred Kohlberg, Pearl S. Buck, Stanley Hornbeck, Chester Bowles, William Bullitt, Walter McConaughy, George Sokolsky, Herbert Welch, and Roscoe Pound); includes a U.S. Army report, a memorandum from Frank Price to George Marshall, and material relating to the issues of recognition of communist China, its admission to the UN, the Korean war, and the 1954 Geneva convention

Box 194., Folder 1

Undated

Folder 2-7

1943-1953

Box 195., Folder 1-5

1954-1969

Box 196., Folder 1-4

1970-1980

 

Aid

 

General. Clippings, memoranda (including John S. Service to Joseph Stilwell), transcripts, correspondence (including A.C. Wedemeyer, Robert Lovett, and Kenneth Royall), reports (including the ICA, Raymond Moyer, and William Bullitt), newsletters, press releases, notes (relating to meetings with Robert Lovett and Arthur Vandenberg, and Madame Chiang), petition, pamphlets, speeches and statements (including Alfred Kohlberg, William Bullitt, Harry S. Truman, A.C. Wedemeyer, George Marshall, Styles Bridges, H.H. K'ung, and Ernest Moy), and articles (including Stanley Hornbeck and Claire Chennault). SEE ALSO: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/Foreign Aid/Economic Assistance acts

Folder 5-6

1944-1947

Box 197., Folder 1-4

1948-1950

Box 198., Folder 1

1950-1954

Folder 2

Joint Commission on Rural Reconstruction. Reports, memoranda, budgets, pamphlets, newsletter, notes, press releases, correspondence (including the ECA, Harlan Cleveland, Raymond Moyer and John Earl Baker), and printed articles (including William O. Douglas and Pearl Buck), 1947-1967

Folder 3

Chennault, Claire. Reports, printed articles, statements, clippings, and notes, 1944-1952

 

China Lobby. SEE ALSO: American China Policy Association and CORRESPONDENCE FILE/Kohlberg, Alfred

Folder 4

General. Pamphlets, speeches, clippings, printed articles, serial issues, and a hearing transcript, 1948-1977

Folder 5

Correspondence. Includes an unsent letter to the editor of the New York Times by Dr. Judd, 1951-1952

Folder 6

Hurley, Patrick. Statements, correspondence, and clippings, 1945-1949

Box 199., Folder 1-2

Loyalty-security issues. Clippings, printed articles, speeches, correspondence, newsletters, reports, notes, serial issue, memorandum, transcript, and a book, The China Story, by Freda Utley, with annotations by Dr. Judd; relates to alleged subversion of U.S. policy toward China, 1942-1974. SEE ALSO: State Department, Communist Party, U.S.A., and the Institute of Pacific Relations

Folder 3

MacArthur, Douglas. Statements, correspondence, and clippings, 1948-1951

Folder 4

Marshall, George C. Questions and a transcript relating to congressional testimony by General Marshall, statements (including Joseph McCarthy), memorandum, (meeting?) notes, clippings, excerpts from material by Albert Wedemeyer, a letter, and printed articles (including Freda Utley), 1947-1974

 

State Department

Folder 5

General. Clippings, correspondence (including Dean Rusk and Dean Acheson), and memoranda of conversations, including John Foster Dulles, 1943-1968

Folder 6

Acheson, Dean. Clippings, correspondence, reports, press releases, speeches and statements, resolutions, notes, newsletter, and a petition, 1949-1983

Folder 7

Jessup, Philip C. Clippings and a statement, 1949-1950

Box 200., Folder 1

Lattimore, Owen. Memorandum, book review, printed articles, serial issue, speeches and statements, notes, correspondence, and a flyer; includes material relating to Chinese personnel employed by the Office of War Information, 1942-1955

Folder 2

Service, John Stewart. Clippings, newsletter, printed article, and a meeting announcement, 1950-1973

Folder 3

Stuart, J. Leighton. Statement, clipping, and book review, 1947-1954

Folder 4

United States Information Service. Primarily correspondence with James Dyke van Putten relating to agency operation and conditions in Peiping, 1947-1949

Folder 5

Vincent, John Carter. Notes, clippings, newsletters, and a printed article, 1947-1979

 

White Paper on U.S.-Chinese Relations, 1949 Aug.

Folder 6

General. Memoranda, reports, letters, newsletters, press releases, statements (including Dean Acheson and Patrick Hurley), clippings, and resolutions; includes charges of omissions in the report by Dr. Judd, 1949-1950

Folder 7

Correspondence. Includes Frederick McKee, Charles Cooke, Hamilton Fish, and Alfred Kohlberg, 1949-1951

 

Taiwan, Relations with. Correspondence (including Sherman Adams, John Foster Dulles, and Christopher Emmet), newsletters, press releases, clippings, notes, reports, printed material, speeches and statements (including Harry S. Truman, John Foster Dulles, Averell Harriman, George K.C. Yeh, Walter P. McConaughy, John Davis Lodge, Jesse Helms, and James C.H. Shen), and meeting notes (including V.K.W. Koo); includes material relating to Quemoy and Matsu, the Formosa Resolution, foreign aid, recognition of the People's Republic of China, and anti-American riots

Folder 8

1949-1957

Box 201., Folder 1-3

1958-1959

Folder 4

Trade. Speeches (including Strom Thurmond and Robert Byrd), printed articles, advertisements, clippings, and form letters, 1953-1979

Folder 5

Wedemeyer, Albert C. Correspondence, meeting notes, reports, newsletters, speeches and statements, and clippings, 1946-1984

Folder 6

World War II. Clippings, correspondence, printed articles (including Pearl Buck), newsletters, reports, press releases, and a letter to the editor by Peter Pee; includes material relating to the U.S. military in post-war China, and Communist Party material, 1938-1972

 

POLITICAL FILE, 1942-1983

Box 202., Folder 1

General. Printed material, newsletters, speeches, and correspondence; includes material relating to politics and government, the Democratic Party, George Romney, and John Anderson, 1945-1980. NOTE: Some individual Republican politicians are included in this series; material on presidents, vice presidents, and most Democrats is located in the SUBJECT FILE.

 

Congressional campaigns (Walter H. Judd)

 

General

Folder 2

General. Printed material, draft newsletter, biographical sketch, notes, and campaign material, ca. 1948-1964

 

Correspondence. Includes material relating to local, regional and national campaigns, and presidential administrations

Folder 3-9

1945-1958

Box 203., Folder 1-2

1959-1972

Folder 3

1942. Correspondence, campaign material, clippings, flyers, vote counts, form letters, pamphlets, leaflets, and miscellany; includes a narrative describing Dr. Judd's decision to run for office, 1942

Folder 4-5

1944. Correspondence (including Wendell Willkie, Thomas Dewey, and John Foster Dulles), speeches and statements, reports, lists, voting records, position statements, pamphlets, clippings, form letters, campaign material, statutes, memorandum, and miscellany, 1943-1944

Box 204., Folder 1-3

1946. Correspondence, clippings, questionnaires, campaign material, voting records, lists, vote counts, pamphlets, leaflets, and form letters, 1946-1948

Folder 4-5

1948. Correspondence (including Gerald R. Ford), statements, form letters, questionnaires, campaign material, clippings, newsletters, financial material, and miscellany, 1947-1948

Box 205., Folder 1-4

1950. Correspondence, campaign material, speeches and statements, clippings, form letters, voting records, position papers, and miscellany, 1947-1950

Box 206., Folder 1-2

1952. Correspondence, voting records, questionnaires, campaign material, financial material, vote counts, lists, form letters, clippings, and miscellany, 1952

 

1954. Correspondence (including Dwight Eisenhower), statements, reports, financial material, clippings, press releases, circulars, lists, campaign material, questionnaires, and voting records, 1952-1954

Folder 3-4

General

Box 207., Folder 1-2

Correspondence

Folder 3

Financial material

 

1956. Correspondence (including Dwight Eisenhower and Thomas Dodd), report, campaign material, flyers, memoranda, opinion survey, clippings, notes, lists, and voting records, 1955-1959

Folder 4

General

Box 208., Folder 1-3

Correspondence

Box 209., Folder 1-4

1958. Correspondence, lists, report, campaign material, statements, letter, flyers, minutes, clippings, vote counts, and miscellany, 1956-1959

Box 210., Folder 1-2

1960. Correspondence, clippings, and campaign material, 1959-1960

Folder 3-4

1962. Campaign material, clippings, flyers, pamphlets, reports, newsletters, notes, statements, and press releases, 1960-1966

Folder 5

Goldwater, Barry. Speeches, notes, newsletters, campaign material, notes, biographical material, and form letters, 1960-1975

Folder 6

Minnesota politics. Clippings, campaign material, speeches (including Lauris Norstad), and correspondence; includes material relating to the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, 1945-1974

 

Presidential campaigns

Box 211., Folder 1

1944. Printed material, reports, speeches (including Thomas Dewey and Joseph Ball), platforms, clippings, miscellany, and form letters, 1943-1945

 

1948

Folder 2

General. Correspondence (including Thomas Dewey and J.F. Dulles), speeches and statements (including Joseph Martin, Harry S. Truman, and Clare Boothe Luce), newsletters, notes, press release, clippings, and campaign material, 1945-1948. SEE ALSO: Stassen, Harold

Folder 3

Republican convention. Correspondence (including Herbert Brownell, Jr., and Warren Burger), speeches, platform, broadcast transcript, statistical report, and miscellany, 1948-1949

 

1952

 

General

Folder 4-5

General. Speeches and statements (including Robert Taft, Dwight Eisenhower, Harry Truman, John McCormack, Albert Wedemeyer, and Richard Nixon), printed articles, memoranda, clippings, notes, biographical material, press releases, leaflets, position statements, campaign material, bulletins, and voter surveys; includes material relating to Thomas Dewey, Robert Taft, and Dwight Eisenhower, 1948-1953

 

Correspondence

Box 212., Folder 1-3

General, 1951-1974

Folder 4

Eisenhower, Dwight D. Includes correspondence with staff members, a copy of a letter from Milton Eisenhower to his brother, and a memorandum from Dr. Judd to Dwight Eisenhower, 1952

Folder 5

Republican convention. Correspondence, platforms, printed material, campaign material, speeches and statements (including Douglas MacArthur), and miscellany; includes material relating to Robert Taft, 1952

Box 213., Folder 1

1956. Correspondence (including a letter to Christian Herter), clippings, platforms, and campaign material, 1955-1957

 

1960. SEE ALSO: SUBJECT FILE/Kennedy, John F.

Folder 2

General. Correspondence, speeches (including Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon), newsletter, and clippings; includes material relating to allegations by Dr. Judd of electoral fraud, 1960-1961

Folder 3

Republican convention. Speeches (including Dwight Eisenhower, Herbert Hoover, and Barry Goldwater), correspondence, delegate lists, miscellany, and clippings; includes material relating to Henry Cabot Lodge, and the possiblity of Dr. Judd being picked as the vice presidential candidate, 1960

Folder 4

1964. Platform, report, printed material, campaign material, and speeches and statements (including Richard Nixon, Strom Thurmond and George Romney); includes material relating to William Scranton and Henry Cabot Lodge, 1964. SEE ALSO: Goldwater, Barry

Folder 5

1968. Correspondence (including Maurice Stans, Dwight Eisenhower and Anna Chennault), newsletters, clippings, a position paper on NATO, a report by John Tower on Southeast Asia, speeches (Richard Nixon), and miscellany, 1966-1969. SEE ALSO: SUBJECT FILE/Nixon, Richard M.

 

Republican Party

Box 214., Folder 1-4

General. Correspondence (including Karl Mundt, John Tower, and various Republican candidates), reports, position statements, newsletters, printed material, speeches and statements (including Clare Boothe Luce, Abraham Lincoln, and Melvin Laird), notes, flyers, and resolutions, 1932-1984

Folder 5

Congressional Republicans (includes the National Congressional Committee). Policy statements and platforms, reports, pamphlets, clippings, and correspondence, 1942-1970

Box 215., Folder 1

Hennepin County Committee. Correspondence, circulars, memoranda, newsletters, and lists; includes some state committee material, 1946-1962

Folder 2

Republican Citizens Committee, Critical Issues Council. Clippings, correspondence (including Milton Eisenhower), memoranda, minutes, pamphlets, reports, and a program proposal, 1963-1964

 

Republican National Committee

Folder 3-5

General. Correspondence (including Rogers Morton and Herbert Brownell, Jr.), lists, reports, biographical material, newsletters, press releases, campaign material, and miscellany, 1945-1975

Folder 6

Finance Committee. Correspondence (including Lucius Clay), and bulletins, 1952-1968

Box 216., Folder 1

Policy Committee. Reports, correspondence (including Robert Hill), pamphlets, speeches, draft resolution, and press releases; primarily relates to foreign relations task forces, including one established to advise Barry Goldwater on Asia and Vietnam, 1959-1968

Folder 2-3

Republican workshops (includes National Council of Republican Workshops). Correspondence, newsletters, by-laws, and miscellany, 1945-1971

 

Stassen, Harold. Speeches, printed articles, flyers, campaign material, clippings, circulars, and correspondence (including Harold Stassen and others)

 

General

Folder 4

1943-1947

Box 217., Folder 1

1948-1960

Folder 2

Correspondence, 1944-1956

Folder 3

Taft, Robert A. Correspondence, flyer, speeches, clippings, and miscellany; primarily relates to the Robert Taft Institute of Government, 1952-1983. SEE ALSO: Presidential campaigns/1952

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1928-1984

Box 217., Folder 4

General. Speeches and statements, printed articles, newsletters, and clippings, 1955-1980

Folder 5

Accuracy in Media. Proposal, reports, correspondence (including Reed Irvine), clippings, bulletins, press releases, and miscellany, 1970-1984

Folder 6

Afghanistan. Letter and newsletters, 1970-1982

 

Africa

Folder 7

General. Clippings, pamphlets, printed articles, an interview (H. Kamuzu Banda, President of Malawi), correspondence (including Thomas Dodd to Dean Rusk), leaflets, serial issues, map, newsletters, and notes; includes material relating to Nigeria, Biafra, Angola, Ghana, race relations, and the Organization of African Unity, 1957-1981

Box 218., Folder 1

American-African Affairs Association. Form letters, correspondence, memoranda, minutes, and miscellany, 1965-1969

Folder 2

South Africa and Rhodesia. Clippings, newsletters, statements, correspondence and a pamphlet; includes material relating to elections and boycotts, 1964-1982

Folder 3

Agnew, Spiro. Clippings, statements, and a newsletter, 1969-1971

Folder 4-5

American Citizenship Center. Correspondence, list, minutes, fund-raising material, reports, printed material, and form letters, 1969-1984

Folder 6

American Committee for Non-Participation in Japanese Aggression (subsequently the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies). Program statements, printed material, correspondence (including Chiang Soong Mei-ling and J. Leighton Stuart), minutes, lists, notes, and form letters, 1939-1941

 

American Council for World Freedom (ACWF). Correspondence (including Lee Edwards and Fred Schlafly), financial material, printed material, agenda and minutes, memoranda, press releases, and miscellany. SEE ALSO: Communism and anti-communism/World Anti-Communist League

Folder 7

1970-1972

Box 219., Folder 1-2

1973-1980

Folder 3-4

American Friends of Captive Nations. Correspondence (including Christopher Emmet), minutes, memoranda, reports, resolution, conference material, clippings, notes, and form letters; includes material relating to Hungary, and the Berlin crisis, 1953-1968

Box 220., Folder 1

American Heritage Center. Correspondence, 1970-1982

Folder 2

American Peace Society. Correspondence, agenda and minutes, financial material, draft policy statement, 1960-1979

Folder 3

American Research Hospital for Children. Correspondence (including John Davis Lodge and CARE), clippings, and reports, 1959-1962

Folder 4

Americans for Democratic Action. Clippings, form letter, pamphlet, and newsletter, 1956-1961

Folder 5

Asia. Correspondence, press release, newsletter, abstracts, reports, notes, printed material (including an article by Richard Nixon), and speeches (including Cyrus Vance, J. Graham Parsons, and Lester B. Pearson), 1946-1977

Folder 6

Atlantic Council. Reports, memoranda, and minutes, 1983-1984

Folder 7

Augsburg College. Agenda, minutes, correspondence, and miscellany, 1964-1970

Box 221., Folder 1

Baltic states. Reports and a book chapter; includes material relating to World War II, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, 1947-c. 1970

Folder 2

Cambodia (Kampuchea). Printed articles (including Norodom Sihanouk), fact sheets, speeches (including Norodom Sihanouk and Richard Nixon), press releases, correspondence, reports, newsletters, and clippings; includes material relating to Sihanouk, Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge), 1956-1979

Folder 3

Canada. Reports, newsletters, conference material, press release, resolution, clippings, and a letter; primarily relates to waterways and commerce, 1955-1979

Folder 4

Carter, Jimmy. Newsletters, correspondence, clippings, speeches, and miscellany; includes material relating to Andrew Young, 1976-1981

Folder 5

Central Intelligence Agency. Newsletters and clippings, 1975

Folder 6-7

Charles Edison Memorial Youth Fund. Correspondence (including Barry Goldwater), reports, minutes, newsletters, and miscellany, 1963-1983

Box 222., Folder 1

Chile. Memoranda, press release, correspondence, clippings, newsletters, legal documents, fact sheet, pamphlets, and form letters; includes material relating to the American Chilean Council, 1965-1981

Folder 2

Civil rights. Speeches and statements, pamphlet, and clippings; includes material relating to Martin Luther King, school desegregation, communism, and the Black Silent Majority Committee, 1935-1983. SEE ALSO: New Left/Black militancy

Folder 3

Committee for Freedom for All Peoples. News reports, press releases, correspondence (including William Knowland), memoranda, and clippings; primarily relates to the visit of Nikita Khrushchev to the United States), 1959-1960

Folder 4

Committee to Unite America. Correspondence, program statements, press releases, newsletter, and form letter, 1971-1977

 

Communism and anti-communism

 

General

 

General. Speeches, hearing transcripts, policy statements, legislation, serial issues, bibliography, lists, book reviews, press releases, newsletters, clippings, pamphlets, flyers, and a FBI circular from J. Edgar Hoover. SEE ALSO: New Left

Folder 5-6

1937-1949

Box 223., Folder 1-4

1950-1961

Box 224., Folder 1-3

1962-1979

 

Correspondence

Folder 4-5

1946-1954

Box 225., Folder 1-3

1955-1975

Folder 4-5

Christian Anti-Communist Crusade. Correspondence (primarily with Fred Schwarz), clippings, interview, newsletters, pamphlets, financial report, and miscellany, 1955-1973

Box 226., Folder 1

Communist Party, U.S.A. Program statement, press release, clippings, pamphlets, reports, form letter, resolution, and legislation; includes material relating to the Comintern and World War II, 1928-1975

Folder 2-3

Council Against Communist Aggression. Correspondence (primarily with Marx Lewis; includes A.C. Wedemeyer), pamphlets, speech, newsletters, and form letter, 1952-1980

 

World Anti-communist League (WACL). SEE ALSO: American Council on World Freedom (ACWF)

 

General

Folder 4-6

General. Speeches and statements, press releases, newsletters, charter, minutes and agenda, reports, circular, serial issue, list, clippings, pamphlet, memoranda, and correspondence (including William F. Buckley, Kenneth Wells Parkinson, and Fred Schlafly); includes material relating to allegations of ties to neo-Nazi groups and litigation against the organization for non-payment of debts, 1967-1982

Box 227., Folder 1-4

Conference material, 1971-1975

Folder 5

Federacion Mexicana Anti-Comunista (FEMACO). Reports, memoranda, printed material, agenda and minutes, circulars, notes, and correspondence (including Thomas Lane, Fred Schlafly, and Stefan Possony), statements (including Raimundo Guerrero and the ACWF); relates to radical right-wing activities and the withdrawal of ACWF from the WACL federation, 1972-1975

Folder 6

Concordia College. Correspondence, grant proposals, leaflets, and clippings, 1965-1970

Folder 7

Crime and violence. Clippings, speech (Sidney Hook), and newsletters, 1968-1973

Box 228., Folder 1-3

Cuba. Clippings, reports, newsletters, pamphlets, notes, flyers, correspondence, bibliography, press releases, resolutions, chronologies, notes, and statements (including John F. Kennedy, Spruille Braden, Styles Bridges, and Thomas Dodd); includes material relating to the 1962 missile crisis, refugees, the U.S. Citizens Committee for a Free Cuba, Inc. and the Truth About Cuba Committee, Inc., 1959-1983

Folder 4

Czechoslovakia. Clippings, newsletters, and a report; primarily relates to the 1968 Russian invasion, 1958-1970

 

Defense and arms control. Statements and speeches (including John Foster Dulles, Dean Rusk, James Schlesinger, Thomas J. Dodd, Lyndon B. Johnson, Everett Dirksen, and Edward Teller), correspondence (including Christopher Emmet), clippings, flyer, press releases, newsletters, pamphlets, circulars, form letters (including Richard M. Nixon), and printed articles; relates to evaluations of Soviet strength, as well as the Test Ban, Non-Proliferation, SALT I and SALT II treaties

Folder 5

1945-1965

Box 229., Folder 1-2

1966-1980

Folder 3

Defiance College. Correspondence, newsletter, minutes, pamphlet, and reports, 1956-1962

Folder 4

Dodd, Thomas J. Statements (including Thomas Dodd and Russell Long), clippings, correspondence (with Thomas Dodd and others), and miscellany, 1962-1967

Box 230., Folder 1

Drugs. Speech, printed article, newsletters, and reports, 1960-1975. SEE ALSO: CHINA SERIES/Drugs

Folder 2

Dulles, John Foster. Speeches, clippings, press releases, pamphlet, book review, printed articles, and notes, 1945-1949. SEE ALSO: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/Notes/Dulles, John Foster

Folder 3

Economics. Speeches and statements (including Dwight D. Eisenhower, William Simon, and Barry Goldwater), leaflets, newsletters, clippings, press releases, and a report; includes material relating to inflation, price controls, taxes, unemployment, consumer protection, commerce, and industry, 1953-1978

Folder 4

Education. Correspondence, clippings, flyers, and speeches; primarily relates to federal aid to education, 1963-1973

 

Eisenhower, Dwight D. Correspondence (including Lucius Clay and Lewis Strauss), speeches, press releases, clippings, serial issue, newsletters, biographical material, and pamphlets; includes material relating to Sherman Adams, and to World War II. SEE ALSO: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/Notes/Eisenhower, Dwight D.

Folder 5

General, 1952-1969

Box 231., Folder 1

Correspondence, 1953-1981

Folder 2

Energy and environment. Newsletters, speech (Richard M. Nixon), list, and clippings, 1950-1981

Folder 3

Ford, Gerald. Speeches and clippings, 1972-1977. SEE ALSO: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/Notes/Ford, Gerald

 

Foreign relations

Folder 4

General. Memorandum, correspondence, clippings, newsletters, reports, printed articles (including Philip Jessup, Walter Lippmann, and Max Eastman), press releases, speeches (including Sumner Welles, Richard M. Nixon, Harry S. Truman, Gerald Ford, Edmund Muskie, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Estes Kefauver, Stanley Hornbeck, Clare Boothe Luce, and Alfred Kohlberg), and pamphlets, 1943-1983

Folder 5

Council on Foreign Relations. Correspondence, minutes, notes, printed material, and reports, 1963-1974

Folder 6

France. Correspondence (Stefan Possony) with printed article, transcripts of press conferences by Charles de Gaulle, press release, and a newsletter, 1947-1971

Folder 7

Freeman, Orville. Clippings and letter; includes material relating to Billie Sol Estes, 1959-1962

Folder 8

Fulbright, J. William. Speeches, clippings, correspondence (Reed Irvine), and newsletters, 1962-1973

Box 232., Folder 1

Goodwill Industries, Inc. Minutes, correspondence, reports, memoranda, newsletters, clippings, and miscellany, 1963-1982

Folder 2

Hiss, Alger. Clippings, speeches (including Richard M. Nixon and Karl Mundt), report, printed articles (including Whittaker Chambers), and a letter from Alfred Kohlberg, 1950-1980

Folder 3

Human Development in Action, Inc. Correspondence, report, and printed material, 1952-1968

Folder 4

Humphrey, Hubert H. Pamphlet, correspondence (including a copy of a letter from Hubert Humphrey), speech, memorandum, newsletters, and clippings, 1950-1981

 

Institute for American Strategy

Folder 5

General. Correspondence, reports, program statements, form letters, and miscellany, 1962-1977

Box 233., Folder 1

Freedom Studies Center. Correspondence (Elbridge Durbrow), program statements, printed material, seminar material, and newsletters, 1965-1972

Folder 2-3

International Institute of Rural Reconstruction. Correspondence (primarily with James Yen), minutes, reports, program outlines, newsletters, and printed material, 1967-1985

Folder 4

International Mass Education Movement, Inc. Correspondence (primarily with James Yen), minutes, and printed material; includes reports relating to China, 1948-1966

Folder 5

International Rescue Committee, Inc. Correspondence (primarily with Leo Cherne and Halleck Rose), 1960-1974

Folder 6

Iran. Letter, report and clippings, 1948-1980

Folder 7

Iraq. Report relating to the 1958 revolution, 1958

Box 234., Folder 1

Japan. Correspondence, speeches and statements (including Douglas MacArthur and Walter Robertson), press releases, clippings, printed material, and newsletters; includes material relating to World War II, Japanese foreign relations, and the Japanese International Christian University Foundation, Inc., 1945-1982

Folder 2

John Birch Society. Printed material (including a clipping relating to Dr. Judd), correspondence (including Robert Welch), and a report, 1961-1970

Folder 3

Johnson, Lyndon B. Clippings, newsletters, and speeches, 1959-1970. SEE ALSO: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General/ General/Notes/Johnson, Lyndon

Folder 4

Journalism. Clippings, newsletters, correspondence, and statements (including Clare Boothe Luce), 1949-1982

Folder 5

Kennedy, Edward. Clippings, form letter, and newsletters, 1962-1980

Folder 6-7

Kennedy, John F. Speeches, clippings, press releases, notes, newsletters, biographical material, and miscellany; includes material relating to Lee Harvey Oswald, 1960-1977

Box 235., Folder 1

Kennedy, Robert. Clippings and a press release, 1966-1969

Folder 2

Kissinger, Henry. Statements and speeches, newsletters, printed material, correspondence, and book reviews, 1971-1983. SEE ALSO: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General/ General/Notes/ Kissinger, Henry

Folder 3-7

Korea. Reports, memorandum, text of the armistice agreement, correspondence (including the Korean Ambassador, Dong-Jo Kim), press releases, printed articles, pamphlets, clippings, newsletters, speeches and statements (including Joseph Grew, Wellington Koo, Dean Acheson, John Foster Dulles, Dean Rusk, William Knowland, Paul Douglas, Dong-Jo Kim, and Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.), and miscellany, 1949-1983

Folder 8

Labor. Printed material and a speech; includes material relating to Walter Reuther, 1958-1974

Box 236., Folder 1

Laos. Clippings, newsletters, correspondence (including letters to Souvanna Phouma and State Department officials), press releases, reports, and a statement, 1959-1983

Folder 2

Latin America. Clippings, reports, correspondence, notes, newsletters, pamphlets, and speeches and statements (including Thomas Dodd, Paul Bethel, and Raimundo Guerrero); includes material relating to the Dominican Republic, Peru, Panama, communism, and aid programs, 1955-1983

Folder 3

Lippmann, Walter. Clippings and a letter, 1920?-1964

Folder 4

McCarthy, Eugene. Clippings, and miscellany, 1961-1983

Folder 5

McGovern, George. Printed article (Edward Teller), newsletters, campaign material, flyer, and clippings, 1971-1972

 

Medicine and public health

Folder 6

General. Correspondence, clippings, minutes, printed material, newsletter, conference material, and miscellany; includes material relating to abortion and birth control, the Population Crisis Committee, smoking, aging, and Johns Hopkins University, 1946-1974

Folder 7

American Medical Association. Correspondence and newsletters, 1970-1978

Folder 8

Mayo Clinic. Correspondence and printed material; primarily relates to fund-raising, 1961-1972

Box 237., Folder 1-2

Medical International Cooperation Organization (MEDICO). Correspondence, program statements, agenda and minutes, printed material, and miscellany; includes material relating to CARE and to Tom Dooley, 1958-1982

Folder 3

Paul Carlson Foundation. Correspondence, reports, minutes, and miscellany; includes material relating to a public health program in Africa, 1970-1984

Folder 4

Project Concern. Correspondence and printed material, 1964-1967

Folder 5

Project Hope. Correspondence (including William Knowland), and printed material; includes material relating to Indonesia, 1961-1968

 

Middle East

 

General. Correspondence (including a letter from Gamal Abdel Nasser to Alfred Kohlberg), clippings, newsletters, pamphlets, form letters, reports, serial issues, printed articles (including Freda Utley and J.W. Fulbright), and speeches and statements (including Richard M. Nixon, Lyndon B. Johnson, Arthur J. Goldberg, Abba Eban, and Dwight Eisenhower); includes material relating to U.S. troops in Lebanon, the Aswan Dam, Henry Kissinger, Arab-Israeli conflicts, and the Camp David Accords

Folder 6

1948-1957

Box 238., Folder 1

1958-1980

Folder 2

Middle East Institute. Minutes, correspondence, policy statement, by-laws, and miscellany, 1960-1967

Folder 3

Mowrer, Edgar Ansel. Correspondence and syndicated press releases primarily relating to foreign affairs, 1952-1955

Folder 4

National Committee for a Free Europe, Crusade for Freedom. Press releases, program statements, printed material, and miscellany, 1950-1951

Folder 5

Native Americans. Printed material, 1972-1974

 

New Left. SEE ALSO: Communism and anti-communism, and Vietnam/Protest

Folder 6

General. Reports, speeches and statements (Sidney Hook and J. Edgar Hoover), clippings and newspaper articles (including J. Edgar Hoover and Thomas Dodd), 1950-1975

Box 239., Folder 1

Black militancy. Newsletters, report, statements (including J. Edgar Hoover), and printed material; primarily relates to the Black Panthers, Angela Davis, and inner-city riots, 1967-1973

Folder 2-3

Student movements. Correspondence (including Max Kampelman), circulars, press releases, newsletters, statements (including Richard Nixon, Max Kampelman, and Sidney Hook), clippings, and printed articles (J. Edgar Hoover), 1963-1978

Folder 4

Violence and terrorism. Printed articles (J. Edgar Hoover), clippings, and newsletters, 1965-1979

 

Nixon, Richard M. Speeches and statements (including Dwight D. Eisenhower), campaign material, correspondence, clippings, press releases, and newsletters. SEE ALSO: Watergate

Folder 5-6

1956-1968

Box 240., Folder 1

1969-1984

Folder 2

Otepka, Otto. Printed material and a speech, 1967-1969

Folder 3

Panama. Correspondence and printed material; primarily relates to the Panama Canal, 1954-1978

Folder 4

Pearson, Drew. Correspondence (including Alfred Kohlberg), notes, press release, and clippings; includes material relating to the China Lobby and to Dr. Judd, ca. 1943-1969. SEE ALSO: SPEECHES AND WRITINGS for responses by Dr. Judd

Folder 5

People to People. Correspondence, newsletters, and miscellany relating to a sister-city program, 1961-1962

Folder 6

Pornography. Correspondence and printed material, 1967-1970

Folder 7

Portugal. Clippings and newsletters, 1974-1976

Folder 8

Reagan, Ronald. Clippings, newsletters, speeches, notes, and form letters, 1974-1984

 

Religion. Primarily religious organizations

Folder 9

General. Meeting materials, correspondence, pamphlets, statement of purpose, notes, newsletters, and miscellany; includes material relating to conscientious objectors, missionaries, and political action, 1928-1983

Folder 10

American Christian College. Correspondence (primarily with Billy James Hargis), and a printed article, 1973-1976

Box 241., Folder 1

Campus Crusade for Christ. Correpondence, serial issues, program statement, form letters, pamphlets, memorandum, newsletters, and miscellany, 1960-1984

Folder 2

Christian Citizen. Correspondence, pamphlets, newsletters, clipping, report, flyers, and miscellany, 1961-1962

Folder 3

Christian Freedom Foundation, Inc. Correspondence, list, minutes, flyer, pamphlet, map, clippings, miscellany, and an interview with Ronald Reagan, 1976-1977

 

Congregational Church

Folder 4

General. Clippings, statements, circular, correspondence, and miscellany, 1957-1975

 

Committee Opposing Congregational Political Action (formerly the League to Uphold Congregational Principles). Correspondence, circulars, memoranda, pamphlet, press release, position statements, minutes, resolutions, newsletters, notes, serial issues, and printed articles; includes material relating to the Council for Social Action

Folder 5

1951-1952 April

Box 242., Folder 1-4

1952 May-1953

Box 243., Folder 1-2

1954-1960

Folder 3

Faith at Work. Serial issue, and correspondence, 1959-1973

Folder 4

Guideposts. Correspondence (including Norman Vincent Peale), and meeting material, 1967-1974

Folder 5

International Council for Christian Leadership. Printed material, correspondence, minutes, and miscellany, 1946-1963

Box 244., Folder 1

Koinonia Foundation. Printed material, correspondence, and a statement of purpose, 1951-1954

Folder 2

Laymen's National Bible Committee, Inc. Correspondence, printed material, and miscellany, 1950-1984

Folder 3

March of Freedom. Correspondence and program statement, 1953

 

National Council of Churches

 

General. Correspondence (including J. Howard Pew), program statements, meeting material, printed material, and circulars

Folder 4-5

1951-1953

Box 245., Folder 1

1954-1961

Folder 2

World Order Study Conference, 1958 Nov. Clippings, press releases, and position papers; includes material relating to the issue of recognizing the People's Republic of China, 1958-1959

Folder 3

Religion in Action Committee. Correspondence, memorandum, and printed material, 1952

Folder 4

Religious Heritage of America. Correspondence and miscellany, 1966-1983

Folder 5

United Churchmen. Correspondence, program statement, and a press release, 1951

Folder 6

United States Congress on Evangelism. Meeting material, correspondence, and press releases, 1968-1969

Box 246., Folder 1

Rockefeller, Nelson. Newsletters, statements, pamphlet, correspondence, interview, and clippings; includes material relating to Dr. Judd, 1947-1979

Folder 2

Rockford College Institute. Speeches, correspondence, printed material, and miscellany, 1975-1983

Folder 3

Roosevelt, Franklin D. Printed material, speeches, press releases, and correspondence, 1935-1983

Folder 4

Rusk, Dean. Speech, notes, interview transcripts, and biographical material, 1950-1967. SEE ALSO: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General/General/Notes/Rusk, Dean

 

Russia

Folder 5-6

General. Clippings, reports (including Hyman Rickover), and newsletters; primarily relates to internal conditions, 1937-1980

 

Foreign relations

Folder 7-8

General. Clippings, printed articles, press releases, correspondence, news reports, statements (including William Bullitt); includes material relating to Europe, ca. 1939-1970

 

China. SEE: CHINA FILE/Russia

 

United States. Correspondence, clippings, statements (including Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, Henry Kissinger, John Foster Dulles, and George Meany), printed articles (incuding William Z. Foster), pamphlets, resolutions, notes, newsletters, reports, and press releases; includes material relating to trade, detente, and the Cold War Council

Box 247., Folder 1-5

1945-1969

Box 248., Folder 1

1970-1982

Folder 2

Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr. Speeches and articles, newsletters, correspondence, notes, clippings, interview transcript, and memoranda; includes material relating to the Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Society, 1974-1984

Folder 3

Stalin, Joseph. Printed material and speeches (including Nikita Khrushchev); includes material relating to Svetlana Alliluyeva, 1951-1970

Folder 4

Stevenson, Adlai. Correspondence, clipping, statements, interviews, and newsletter, 1952-1962

Folder 5

Supreme Court. Broadcast transcript and printed material (including articles by and about Justice William Douglas), c. 1950-1972

Folder 6

Thailand. Interviews, notes, and printed material (including a pamphlet in Thai), 1966-c. 1976

Folder 7

Tolstoy Foundation. Correspondence and statements (Alexandra Tolstoy), 1969-1972

Folder 8

Truman, Harry S. Correspondence, speeches, and printed material; includes a letter (from a member of Dr. Judd's family?) describing a visit by Harry Truman, 1943-1984. SEE ALSO: CONGRESSIONAL FILE/General/General/Notes/ Truman

 

Vietnam

 

General. Correspondence (including letters to Jim Wright, Graham Martin, McGeorge Bundy, Ellsworth Bunker, a letter from Mike Mansfield to William Fulbright, and one from Nguyen Van Thieu to Richard Nixon), reports (including a report by Dr. Judd to Lyndon Johnson and William Bundy relating to a trip to Vietnam in 1967), printed articles (including David Halberstam and Maxwell Taylor), resolutions, speeches and statements (including Lyndon Johnson, Elbridge Durbrow, Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Ellsworth Bunker, Arleigh Burke, Thomas Dodd, Hiram Fong, and John Tower), broadcast transcripts, memoranda, an interview (Nguyen Van Thieu), pamphlets, newsletters, serial issues, bibliography, chronology, book reviews, leaflets, flyers, program statements, and clippings; includes material relating to the overthrow of Ngo Dinh Diem, and peace negotiations

Folder 9

Undated

 

1954-1962

Box 249., Folder 1-5

1963-1967

Box 250., Folder 1-5

1968-1970

Box 251., Folder 1-4

1971-1983

Folder 5

Pentagon papers. Clippings and newsletters, 1971

Folder 6

Prisoners of war. Clippings, flyers, newsletters, and a report, 1967-1974

Folder 7

Protests. Newsletters, flyers, printed articles, and clippings; includes material relating to draft evaders, 1965-1974

Folder 8

Refugees. Correspondence, leaflet, newsletters, and program statements; includes material relating to the National Center for Vietnamese Resettlement, 1975-1977

Folder 9

Wallace, Henry A. Clippings and newsletters, 1946

Folder 10

Watergate. Speeches and statements (including John Tower), newsletters, clippings, correspondence (including the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities), 1973-1974

Box 252., Folder 1

Welfare and social security. Printed material, 1951-c. 1981

Folder 2

Women. Newsletters, primarily those of Phyllis Schlafly, 1972-1981

 

World Neighbors, Inc. Primarily relates to development programs

 

General. Correspondence (including Ramon Magsaysay), minutes, notes, by-laws, clippings, program descriptions, reports, speeches, press releases, and memoranda

Folder 3-6

1951-1957

Box 253., Folder 1-4

1958-1965

Box 254., Folder 1-3

1966-1982

 

Printed material. Flyers, pamphlets, newsletters, and printed articles

Folder 4

Undated

Box 255., Folder 1-2

1953-c. 1982

Folder 3-4

World Youth Crusade for Freedom, Inc. Correspondence, leaflets, policy statements, reports, and newsletters; primarily relates to China, and student movements, and includes fund-raising letters written by Dr. Judd, 1966-1977

Box 256., Folder 1

World War II. Report, speeches (Franklin Roosevelt), printed articles, clippings, and a press release; includes material relating to the Yalta and Teheran conferences, and to U.S. policy toward the capture of Berlin, 1941-1973

Folder 2

Young Americans for Freedom. Correspondence, program statements, pamphlets, and leaflets, 1961-1973

Folder 3

Young Men's Christian Association. Minutes, correspondence, and printed material, 1954-1983

 

Declassified U.S. government records 1953-1962

Reading room workstation

2010 release of records 1956-1962

Scope and Content Note

Two reports and a letter. Available as PDF files. The PDF files are page images, so full-text search is not possible
Box/Folder: 256 : 4

2011 September release of records 1953-1962

Scope and Content Note

Declassified memo, unclassified memo and letter
 

AUDIOVISUAL FILE, 1942-1976

 

Sound recordings (Phonorecords)

Folder fld 5, Record cassette

General. Includes religious material, "Just Between Us" broadcasts, Dr. Judd's speeches to the 1948 and 1960 Republican National Conventions, debates, interviews, speeches and statements by Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Barry Goldwater, Nelson Rockefeller, and Everett Dirksen, reports relating to trips by Dwight Eisenhower and Nikita Khrushchev, and Dr. Judd speaking on communism 1948-1976

 

Sound recording of Connecticut Republicans Citizens Committte meeting 1968 September 12

Scope and Content Note

Discs 18-19. Judd speaks about what kind of government is best for America. He says those in attendance are Republicans or lean Republican because the party is the most right on "the most important issue," not singling out what that most important issue is. He speaks on the philosophy of domestic and foreign policies in light of his political history. Though fiercely critical of communists, he reminds the audience that their propaganda is under the promise of helping, liberating people. He accuses these supposed ideas as being lies; that the Soviets are not out for these goals. In the process, Judd speaks on the conflicts between the Soviet Union and China and between the Soviet Union and America. Critiquing the communist standard that one should judge a country purely on physical/material wealth, he says the sense of liberty and personal incentives is the cause of all American successes. He prefers equality of rights than equality of returns. He says the Founding Fathers wanted the government to promote the general welfare, not provide the general welfare. He criticizes the shifting of legislative duties from Congress to the executive, and the growing role of the president from simply faithfully enforcing the laws. Judd finishes by commenting on the actions of the Democratic Party, and why he is a conservative, a label he does not like. Side two of the first disc is a recording of a religious ceremony. Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002242
 

The Under Discussion Program panel discussion sound recording 1964 August 13

Scope and Content Note

Discs 20-21. A discussion about NATO, de Gaulle, Europe, and communist countries with panelists Walt W. Rostow, James J. Wadsworth, Walter H. Judd, Robert Strauss, and Francis Wilcox. Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002250
 

Sound recording of Walter Henry Judd speech to the Highland Park Presbyterian Church in Dallas 1960

Scope and Content Note

Framing it under the shadow of unimagined technological developments, Judd speaks on the unease throughout the country. He believes this is caused by the clash of two totally different systems--economics, religion, etc. Speaking to a church audience, he focuses on how the atheist communists are different than Americans. Judd believes America should retain its Christian heritage and become even closer to scripture. He shows how Marx's ideas of class warfare and abolition of private property are related to this. He believes the communists want a dictatorship of the proletariat because the proletariats are easy to control. Judd works American foreign policy into this discussion, touching on Israel and China. He finishes by saying one should first be religious, with the pursuit of happiness, prosperity, et cetera coming after that. Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002804
 

Sound recording of Walter Judd nominating Harold Stassen at the Republican convention 1948 July 29

Scope and Content Note

Judd presents Stassen as someone familiar with the American philosophy, a religious man, and experienced with war. Judd wants Stassen, as new blood in the Republican Party. Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002842
 

Sound recording of Walter Judd on the Meet the Press program undated

Scope and Content Note

Judd discusses how America should handle communist China. Judd does not feel America should actively prevent its residents from trading with Communist China. He believes America should continue to recognize only Chiang's China and try a Greece-style policy to help China fight communism. Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002895
 

Sound recording of the Mike Wallace television program 1961 August 2

Scope and Content Note

This episode of the Mike Wallace television show has guests Walter Judd, James Burnham, James Warburg, and Gore Vidal. The men debate if the United States should recognize Red China. Topics include what America has lost by not recognizing China, the impact a recognized China would have on Southeast Asia, the United Nations, appeasement, Chiang Kai-shek, Formosa/Taiwan, if China wants to be recognized, and European recognition. Before the debate there is an interview with Dr. Gouchey, who describes a film he made about Red China, concentrating on the role of love and sex in that society. The recording includes period commercials. Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002980
 

Stuart Hamblen, the Ravenscroft Male Chorus, and the John Rarig Orchestra performing patriotic songs sound recording undated

Scope and Content Note

The label reads: From U.S.A Unlimited / TV. Production. / Produced by Stanley Lund.. /(1) What Can I Do for my Country, (2) America Is A Melody, (3) This Is My Country, (4) The Battle Hymn / Stuart Hamblen and the Ravenscroft Male Chorus and John Rarig Orch.... Use copy reference number: 85003_a_0002983
 

American Security Council, "Washington Report"

Box 257.

1964-1965

Box 258.

1966

Box 259.

1967

Box 260.

1968

 

Phonotapes and phonotape cassettes

 

General. Speeches by others (including Carl Sandburg on Abraham Lincoln) and music (including a Chinese opera), 1959-c. 1968

Box 261.

General

 

Speeches by Walter Judd

 

General

 

Undated

 

1949-1960

Box 262.

1960-1963

Box 263.

1963-1965

Box 264.

1965-c. 1967

Box 265.

1967-1970

Box 266.

1970-1976

 

"Washington Report," American Security Council

 

1964-1968 June 21

Box 267.

1968 June 24-Nov. 1

Box 268.

1968 Nov. 4-1969 March 7

Box 269.

1969 March 10-July 4

Box 270.

1969 July 7-Oct. 31

Box 271.

1969 Nov. 3-1970 Feb. 27

Box 272.

1970 March 2-June 26

Box 273.

1970 June 29-Oct. 23

Box 85003 - 10.A-V

Photographs.c. 1961-1966

mA

Album of photographs from the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg; includes pictures of Georges Bidault, Count Carlo Sforza, Paul-Henri Spaak, Paul Reynaud, Winston Churchill, Robert Schuman, Sean McBride, Walter Judd, and others. 1951

Envelope B

9 publicity prints of Ronald and Nancy Reagan, circa 1981; 1 autographed print of Albert Wedemeyer, circa 1982; 1 print of Thomas Dewey, 1948?; 1 print of Harry S. Truman with the Judd family in Rising City, Nebraska, 1943.

Envelope C

1 print of Dwight Eisenhower, 1952; 1 portrait print of Dwight Eisenhower, 1952; 2 prints of Dr. Judd with Gerald Ford at a FMC luncheon, 1977; 1 print of a White House luncheon, including John and Rober Kennedy, Douglas MacArthur, Lyndon Johnson, and various Congressmen, 1961.

Envelope D

2 prints (1 duplicate) of General and Madame Chiang Kai-shek (Soong Mei-ling) with accompanying message, 1937-1940; 1 print of Madame Sun Yat-sen (Soong Ching-ling), 1947; 2 prints of members of the National Committee for Christian Leadership of China, 1947; and 2 prints of a Catholic mission complex in Shatung under communist control, 1948?

Envelope E

2 prints of Dr. Judd, with ARCI refugees, 1952; 4 postcards of Laos, 1953; 5 prints of congressional visitors at an ARCI relocation center, Taiwan, 1954; 8 prints of the inauguration of Syngman Rhee, 1956.

Envelope F

10 prints of refugees in Hong Kong, 1957; 1 print of ARCI refugees, 1959; 5 prints of visitors at an AECTR camp, 1959; 5 prints of visitors at an AECTR camp, 1959; 1 print of a Taiwanese woman, 1959; 1 print of a street in the Middle East, circa 1959; 5 prints of Dr. Judd in India with the Dalai Lama, 1959?

Envelope G

1 print of a Filipino farmer, circa 1962; 1 print of unidentified children, circa 1962; 11 prints of Dr. Judd and others in Malaysia, 1963; 1 print of Dr. Judd and others in Nepal, 1963; 1 print of Dr. Judd in Vietnam with Henry Cabot Lodge, Father Raymond Dejaegher, and the Chinese Ambassador to Vietnam, 1963.

Envelope H

3 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd in Korea with Park Chung Hee and others, 1963; 4 prints of Dr. Judd with others at a meeting of the Asian Peoples Anti-Communist League conference in the Philippines, 1965; 20 prints of Dr. Judd and others (including General and Mme. Chiang Kai-shek) at a conference of the World Anti-Communist League, Taiwan, 1967; 1 print of priests at the grave of Ngo Dinh Diem, 1970; 2 prints of an unidentified meeting.

Envelope I

4 prints of Dr. Judd with U.S. Navy personnel on Kwajalein (Marshall Islands), 1953; 1 print of Dr. Judd and others in Burma, 1953; 1 print of Dr. Judd and others in Hong Kong, 1953; 7 prints of Dr. Judd and others in India, 1953; 14 prints of Dr. Judd with Congressional group and others (including Joseph Alsop), in Indonesia, 1953.

Envelope J

16 prints of Congressional group at airport and Army facilities (with General Maxwell Taylor) in Korea, 1953.

Envelope K

26 prints of Dr. Judd and Congressional group in Pakistan, primarily meeting with officials (including Al-Haj Nazimuddin), and touring development projects, 1953; 2 prints of Congressional group at a dinner in the Philippines, 1953; 1 print of Congressional group with William Donovan in Thailand, 1953.

Envelope L

85 prints (40) duplicates of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with officials (including General and mme. Chiang Kai-shek), and touring development projects in Taiwan, 1953.

Envelope M

3 prints of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with officials at airport in Afghanistan, 1955; 6 prints of congressional group with officials and sightseeing in Burma, 1955; 2 prints of Congress group in Egypt, riding camels and meting Pres. Gamal Abdel Nasser, 1955; 4 prints of Dr. Judd with friends in Hong Kong, 1955; 7 prints of Congressional group meeting officials (including Indira Gandhi) and touring development projects in India, 1955.

Envelope N

4 prints (1 duplicate) of Congressional group meeting with officials in Japan; 3 prints of Congressional group with officials (including Golda Meir and David Ben-Gurion) in Israel, and 1 print of Dr. Judd in a military zone, 1955; 1 print of Congressional group with officials in Pakistan, 1955; 6 prints of Congressional group with Ramon Magsaysay and other officials in the Philippines, 1955; 20 prints of Congressional group meeting officials (including Mme. Chiang and touring a relocation center in Taiwan, 1955).

Envelope O

7 prints of development projects in Afghanistan, 1959; 1 print of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with Admiral H.D. Felt, 1959; 1 print of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with Jawaharlal Nehru and Ellsworth Bunker in India, 1959; 49 prints of Congressional group sightseeing and meeting with officials (including Sukarno) in Indonesia, 1959.

Envelope P

4 prints (3 duplicates) of Dr. Judd with John Ondrick and others in Okinawa, 1959; 6 prints of Dr. Judd and Congressional party with officials (including King Hussein) in Jordan, 1959.

Envelope Q

37 prints (including 6 duplicates) of Dr. Judd and Congressional group touring development projects and meeting with officials (including Syngman Rhee) in Korea, 1959.

Envelope R

5 prints of Congressional group with officials in Pakistan, 1959; 75 prints (16 duplicates) of Dr. Judd with officials and touring a medical school, and of a group of unidentified visitors touring a different school in Taiwan, 1959.

Envelope S

3 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd and Congressional group in the Philippines, 1959; 11 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with officials (including Ngo Dinh Diem and Elbridge Durbrow) and others (including Raymond Dejaegher and Hiram Fong) in Vietnam, 1959.

Envelope T

7 prints of Dr. and Mrs. Judd with officials in India, 1961; 8 prints (4 duplicates) of Dr. Judd with the Dalai Lama in India, 1961; 7 prints (1 duplicate of Dr. Judd and others at Teheran airport, Iran 1961.

Envelope U

11 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd with Park Chung Hee and other officials in Korea, 1961; 1 print of a building in Korea, and 7 prints of Dr. Judd touring U.S. Army facilities in Korea, 1961; 24 prints of Dr. and Mrs. Judd with others in Taiwan, 1961; 4 prints of bridge construction on the Saigon River, Vietnam, circa 1961.

Envelope V

2 prints of Dr. Judd arriving in Japan, 1947; 2 prints of Dr. Judd and friends in Switzerland, 1947; 5 prints of pro-Soviet materials and buildings in Brussels, 1947; 5 prints (2 duplicates) of Dr. Judd with others and attending a WHO Assembly, Geneva, 1950.

Envelope W

5 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd with others inspecting troops in Europe, 1951; 2 prints of Dr. Judd and Congressional group with Mohammad Ayub Khan and other officials in Pakistan, 1957; 1 print of conference group at U.S.-British Parliamentarians meeting Bermuda, 1962.

Envelope X

5 prints (1 duplicate) of Dr. Judd with others inspecting troops in Europe, 1951; 2 prints of Dr. Judd speaking at a World Federalists meeting, 1950; 6 prints of a post-election luncheon for Dr. Judd's staff?, 1954; 1 print of Wolf Ladejinsky and others at a locomotive plant, 1959.

Envelope Y

1 print of Dr. Judd receiving an honorary degree. circa 1950; 3 prints of Dr. Judd with Anna Chennault and others, 1974; 4 prints of Dr. Judd with unidentified individuals; 4 prints of Dr. Judd with fellow members at FMC gatherings, 1979 and 1981.

Film shelf

Motion picture film. Ten reels primarily relating to foreign affairs and communism, c. 1961-1966

 

SCRAPBOOKS, 1942-1962

 

General. Primarily campaign material and clippings relating to Dr. Judd

Box 274.

1942

Box 275.

1942-1944

Box 276.

1944-1945

Box 277.

1945-1946

Box 278.

1946

Box 279.

1947

Box 280.

1948

Box 281.

1949

Box 282.

1950

Box 283.

1950-1951

Box 284.

1952

Box 285.

1953

Box 286.

1953-1954

Box 287.

1954

Box 288.

1955

Box 289.

1955-1957

Box 290.

1958-1959

Box 291.

1958-1960

Box 292.

1960

Box 293.

1961

Box 294.

1962

Box 295.

1962

 

Speeches and writings

 

1943

Box 296.

1959

Box 297.

1954-1955

 

1961-1962