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Register of the Stephen Miles Bouton Papers, 1918-1962
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Box  1

CORRESPONDENCE, 1918-1962.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent.
Box 1, Folder 1

Unidentified, 1919

Folder 2

Alexander-Ferdinand, Prince of Prussia, 1929

Folder 3

Bernstorff, 1923-1925

Folder 4

Bouton, Johnny, 1955

Folder 5

Burlingame, Roger, 1938

Folder 6

Eckener, Hugo, 1934

Folder 7

Goodell, Charles E., 1942

Folder 8

Haeckel, Ernst, 1919

Folder 9

Keating, Kenneth B., 1962

Folder 10

Lamont, Corliss, 1960

Folder 11

Lewis, Sinclair, 1926-1934

Folder 12

Lowell, Stanley, 1962

Folder 13

Ludendorff, General Erich, n.d.

Folder 14

Mahoney, Joseph C., 1957

Folder 15

Mencken, H. L., 1936-1946

Folder 16

Rieckent(?), J., 1955

Folder 17

Seymour, H. T., 1960

Folder 18

Stresemann, Gustav, 1925-1928

Folder 19

Sudermann, Hermann, 1923

Folder 20

U.S. Department of State, 1918-1920

Folder 21

Wagner, Winifred, 1923

Folder 22

Wilhelm, Prince, 1927-1939

Box  1-4

JOURNALISM CAREER FILE, 1918-1959.

Scope and Content Note

Articles, dispatches, newspaper columns, and notes by S. M. Bouton, arranged chronologically.
Box 1, Folder 23

Notes on Berlin, November 1918-March 1919. Typescript, holograph, and mimeographed copies

Folder 24

Articles and dispatches, mostly for the Baltimore Sun and the Washington Post, on Germany. Typescript, printed, and carbon copies

 

1920-1933

Folder 25

1933-1939

Folder 26

Dispatches from Danzig, Prague, Warsaw, Vienna, and Paris, 1920's-1930's. Typescript and carbon copies

Folder 27

Articles, essays, interviews, as well as newspaper columns for the Post-Journal entitled Of Many Things, on the United States

 

1925-1935. Typescript, printed, and carbon copies

Box 2-3

1941-1945. Printed copies (pasted on loose cardboard sheets)

Box 3

1949-1957. Typescript and carbon copies

Box 4, Folder 1

1950-1951. Printed copies

Folder 2

1958-1959. Printed copies

Box  4-6

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1931-1962.

Scope and Content Note

Articles, conference papers, essays, lectures, letters to the editor, manuscripts of books, memoirs, and notes by S. M. Bouton, arranged chronologically.
Box 4, Folder 3

The Double Patriot, n.d. Carbon copy short story

Folder 4

Fake Relics and Miracles, n.d. Printed article

Folder 5

Interview of General Erich Ludendorff, n.d. Typescript copy, with holograph annotations by General Ludendorff

Folder 6

An Irregular Adoption, n.d. Typescript short story

Folder 7

And the Kaiser Abdicates, 1920. Printed review, New York Times Book Review and Magazine, January 2, 1921

Folder 8

Chiefly Concerning Garet Garret, June 1923.

Physical Description: Pamphlet
Folder 9

Lectures, American Women's Club of Berlin, April 1931-January 1932. Typescript notes

Folder 10

Speeches, Svenska Föreningen, Berlin (Swedish Club). Typescript transcripts

 

1933, November 11. In Swedish

Folder 11

1934, April 14. In German

Folder 12

Memoir re Sinclair Lewis, c. 1934. Typescript account of an incident that took place in 1928, which throws a special light on the man's kindness of heart...

Folder 13

Article re Adolf Hitler, June 18, 1934. Printed copy.

Scope and Content Note

Includes material related to the controversy between Archbishop Michael J. Curley and the Baltimore Sun surrounding the article, in which S. M. Bouton compares Hitler to Ignatius Loyola
Folder 14

Yugoslavia and the Present Balance of Power in the Balkans, c. 1935. Typescript essay

Folder 15

My Years in Germany. Reprint from the Proceedings of the Institute of Public Affairs, Ninth Annual Session, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, January 23-30, 1935

Folder 16

The Totalitarian State. Reprint from the Proceedings of the Institute of Public Affairs, Ninth Annual Session, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, January 23-30, 1935

Folder 17

Hitlerism Menaces European Peace. Printed account of a speech delivered before the Rockford Woman's Club, Rockford, Ill., March 27, 1935

Folder 18

Lectures, Columbia University, 1937. Typescript notes

Folder 19

Germany Goes German, 1937. Manuscript of a book never published

 

Carbon copy

Box 5, Folder 1

Typescript copy

Folder 2

Article re European federation, 1940. Mimeographed copy

Folder 3

Fritz Reuter, 1947. Typescript and printed copies

Folder 4

Autobiographical notes, 1955. Holograph

Folder 5

Letters to the editor, 1957-1962, relating to the fall of the Weimar Republic and to separation of church and state in the United States

Folder 6

America's Place among the Nations. Carbon copy of a paper delivered before the University Club (of Jamestown, N.Y.?), October 2, 1958

Folder 7

Religion in American Politics. Mimeographed copy of a paper delivered before the University Club of Jamestown, N.Y., December 1, 1960

Box 6, Folder 1

A Veteran Journalist Reports, c. 1962. Manuscript of memoirs never published

 

Carbon copy

Folder 2

Typescript copy

Box  6

SUBJECT FILE, 1932-1956.

Scope and Content Note

Articles by others and related correspondence by S. M. Bouton, arranged alphabetically by subject.
Box 6, Folder 3

Academics in the United States

Folder 4

Censorship in the arts

Folder 5

Separation of church and state

Folder 6

Völkischer Beobachter. Includes correspondence of S. M. Bouton and Louis Lochner - both misrepresented in a photograph caption - with the editor, 1932

Box  6

MISCELLANY, n.d. MISCELLANY FILE, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Poem and invitation card.
Box 6, Folder 7

Invitation to a beer evening sent out by S. M. Bouton while in Germany. Printed card, in English and German

Folder 8

Poem by Noel L. Bouton, brother of S. M. Bouton. Carbon copy, in a German dialect

Box  10. A-V

PHOTOGRAPHS AND POSTCARDS, c. 1910's-1950's.

Scope and Content Note

2 prints and 1 postcard depicting S.M. Bouton, circa 1910s-1950s; and 1 postcard, autographed, depicting Count Luckner, German U-boat captain and explorer, 1926.