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Series Description

Box Box 1

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1915-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Biographical sketches, clippings, interviews, lecture notices, foreign service materials, copies of military service materials, and miscellany, relating to the life of Lawrence Dennis, arranged alphabetically by form.
Box Boxes 1-5

CORRESPONDENCE, 1930-1977.

Scope and Content Note

Significant correspondence of Lawrence Dennis, arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Includes a few letters neither to nor from Lawrence Dennis.
Box Boxes 6-9

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1931-1975.

Scope and Content Note

Drafts, manuscript copies, proofs, radio transcripts, other typed and printed copies of speeches and writings by Lawrence Dennis, arranged chronologically.
Box Boxes 10-11

WEEKLY FOREIGN LETTER, 1938-1942.

Scope and Content Note

Numbers 1-206 (#7, #56, #83 missing) of weekly newsletter produced by Lawrence Dennis, arranged chronologically. Dennis began contributing with the issue of 1939 Feb. 17.
Box Boxes 12-17

APPEAL TO REASON, 1946-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Numbers 1-892 (#24-25, #172, #184-209, #272, #326-329; #500, #506, #620 missing) of weekly newsletter produced by Lawrence Dennis, arranged chronologically.
Box Boxes 18-22

OPERATIONAL FILE, 1940-1974.

Scope and Content Note

Materials dealing with the production and distribution of Dennis' two newsletters, The Weekly Foreign Letter, and The Appeal to Reason. Includes correspondence, subscription lists, ledgers, and bank statements. Arranged by physical form.
Box Boxes 23-24

SUBJECT FILE, 1925-1974.

Scope and Content Note

Clippings, serial issues, pamphlets, reprints, leaflets, newsletters, other printed matter, press releases, speech transcripts, memoranda, legal briefs, notes and miscellany. Material relates broadly to contemporaneous political, economic, and social conditions in the United States, primarily domestic and foreign policy.
Box Boxes 24-25

NOTES, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Notes assembled by Lawrence Dennis for use in his speeches and writings, not readily divisible by subject. Predominantly notecards, but several small notebooks are also included in this series.

Container List

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1915-1973

Box 1, Folder 1

Biographical sketches, c. 1941-1946

 

Printed, c. 1941-1946

 

Non-printed, n.d. Typescript.

 

Employment

Folder 2

U.S. Foreign service, 1921-1930. SEE ALSO: Subject file/U.S. Foreign relations/Nicaragua

 

Clippings, 1927-1930

 

Correspondence, 1921-1927. Also includes letter from Dennis offering his services in connection with WW II, 1941 Dec. 20.

Folder 3

J. & W. Seligman & Co., 1927

 

E.A. Pierce & Co., 1937-1939

Folder 4

Correspondence, 1937-1939

 

Lectures (economic)

Folder 5-6

Clippings, 1937-1938

Folder 7

Correspondence, 1937-1939

 

Notices and schedules, 1937

 

Non-printed material, 1938-1939

 

Independent commentator and writer (national and world affairs) SEE ALSO: Subject file/Isolationism and historical revisionism/Doenecke, Justus D.; Ribuffo, Leo P.

Folder 8

Clippings, 1935-1973

 

Lectures, 1934-1953

Folder 9

Correspondence, 1934-1953

Folder 10

Notices and schedules, 1934-1953

Folder 11

Interviews, 1957-1960

Folder 12

Libel trial, 1947

 

General. Includes complaint, partial summary of proceedings and correspondence

 

Clippings, 1947

Folder 13

Military training and service, 1915-1919

 

General, 1919

 

Correspondence, 1923. Also includes correspondence with Dennis, offering his services in connection with WW II, 1941-1942.

 

Documents, 1915-1919

Folder 14

Miscellany, 1937-1971. Includes property documents, divorce documents, tax materials, loan statements, and other personal miscellany.

Folder 15

Stock certificates, 1929-1931; 1958

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1930-1977

Box 1

General, 1936-1975

 

General, 1936-1974

 

Fragments

Folder 16

n.d.

Folder 17

Dated, 1943-1972

 

Unidentified

Folder 18

n.d.

Folder 19

Dated, 1936-1974

Folder 20

Academics, 1940-1975. Arranged alphabetically by individual.

Folder 21

Media organizations, 1938-1971. Correspondence with newspapers, radio stations, other serial publications, etc., arranged alphabetically by organization.

 

The Atlantic Monthly (Mildred Boie, Asst. Editor), 1938

 

The Commercial and Financial Chronicle (A. Wilfred May, Executive Editor), 1946

 

Human Events (Robert D. Kephart, Business Manager), 1965

 

Libertarian Analysis (Chuck Hamilton), 1971

 

The Nation (Caroline Whiting, Editorial Secretary, 1934; 1944)

 

The San Francisco News (John S. Piper, Financial Editor), 1940-1941

 

Zenith Radio Corporation (Ted Leitzell), 1952

Folder 22

Students, 1959-1972. Arranged alphabetically by individual.

Box 2

Alphabetical, 1930-1977

 

General, 1936-1975

Folder 1

A-C, 1941-1973

Folder 2

D-G, 1935-1962

Folder 3

H-K, 1939-1975

Folder 4

L-N, 1940-1969

Folder 5

O-P, 1938-1974

Folder 6

R-S, 1938-1974

Folder 7

T-Z, 1936-1971

 

Individual, 1930-1977

Folder 8

Adamic, Louis, 1946-1951

Folder 9

Armstrong, Hamilton Fish, 1930

Folder 10

Arnold, Thurman, 1940

Folder 11

Aronson, Moses J., 1941-1942

Folder 12

Baldwin, Roger N., 1940-1949

 

Barnes, Harry Elmer

Folder 13

1946-1951

Folder 14

1952-1956

Folder 15

1957-1968

Folder 16

Barton, Bruce, 1944-1959

Folder 17

Bazinet, John L. (Father), 1940-1947

Folder 18

Beard, Charles A., 1946-1948

Folder 19

Berle, A.A., Jr., 1933-1946

Folder 20

Biddle, Francis J., 1942

Folder 21

Billstein, Alfred H., 1958-1972

Box 3

Blodgett, John W., Jr.

Folder 1

1941

Folder 2

1942-1972

Folder 3

Bone, Homer T., 1949

Folder 4

Borchard, Edwin, 1945-1948

Folder 5

Brophy, Frank Cullen, 1941-1960

Folder 6

Buckley, William F., Jr., 1951

Folder 7

Budd, Arthur D. (Lt. Col.), 1943-1962

Folder 8

Buffett, Howard (and Mrs.), 1951-1962

Folder 9

Carto, Willis A., 1955-1956

Folder 10

Chamberlin, William H., 1943-1946

Folder 11

Clarke, Carter W. (General), n.d. (fragment)

Folder 12

Cless, George H., Jr., 1942

Folder 13

Collins, Seward B., 1940

Folder 14

Costigan, Edward P., 1933

Folder 15

Craney, Ed, 1952-1971 Includes copies of letters to Senators Frank E. Moss and Gale W. McGee

Folder 16

Cudahy, John, 1941-1942

Folder 17

Culbertson, Ely, 1942

Folder 18

Current, Richard N., 1948

Folder 19

Cutting, Bronson, 1933

Folder 20

Deatherage, George E., 1944-1956

Folder 21

DeTerra, Eleanor, 1951-1959

Folder 22

Doenecke, Justus D., 1970-1974

Folder 23

Dorizas, Michael (and Mrs.), 1940-1958

Folder 24

Dulles, John Foster (and Mrs.), 1940-1952

Folder 25

Eastman, Max, 1946

Folder 26

Eaton, Cyrus, 1961

Folder 27

Eccles, M.S., 1939

Folder 28

FitzSimons, Ellen French (Mrs. Paul), 1942

Folder 29

Fletcher, Joseph F. (Reverend), 1941

Folder 30

Garrett, Garet, c. 1952

Folder 31

Garrity, Devin A., 1954-1966

Folder 32

Goldsmith, Arthur J., 1939-1943

Folder 33

Goldwater, Barry, 1964

Folder 34

Green, James S., 1941-1958

Folder 35

Gross, Bertram M., 1971.

Folder 36

Gund, George, 1966-1967

Folder 37

Harland, J.P., 1942

Folder 38

Hays, Arthur G., 1943-1953

Folder 39

Hewes, Clarence B. (Buzzy), 1942-1962. Includes excerpt from a letter to Clarence Hewes from the Duke of Windsor, 1956 July 5.

Folder 40

Hodgdon, Dana A. and Dorothy, 1945-1967

Folder 41

Holt, Rush D., 1941

Folder 42

Hooker, De West, 1958-1975

Folder 43

Hoover, Herbert, 1942

Folder 44

Howe, Quincy, 1940

Folder 45

Hutton, Edward F., 1951

Box 4, Folder 1

Johnson, Hiram W., 1932

Folder 2

Johnson, Philip C., 1950-1958. Includes biographical clipping.

Folder 3

Kendall, Willmoore, 1941-1947

Folder 4

Kennedy, Joseph P., 1951

Folder 5

Kern, Karl, 1942

Folder 6

Kipphan, Klaus, 1968-1969

Folder 7

Landon, Alf M., 1943-1949

Folder 8

Langer, William, 1957-1958

Folder 9

Laski, Harold J., 1936

Folder 10

LeBoutillier, Philip, 1940-1967

Folder 11

Libby, Frederick J., 1943-1967

Folder 12

Loughran, Clayton D., 1957-1974

Folder 13

Lovell, Malcolm R., 1956-1959

Folder 14

Luce, Clare Boothe, 1943

Folder 15

Lundeen, Ernest, 1940

Folder 16

Magoun, Francis P., Jr., 1946

Folder 17

Maguire, Russell, 1957

Folder 18

Mansfield, Mike, 1969

Folder 19

Marquand, Adelaide F.H. (Mrs. John P.), 1942-1949

 

Martin, James J.

Folder 20

1958-1968

Folder 21

1969-1972

Folder 22

McWilliams, Carey, 1955-1969

Folder 23

Miller, Clyde, 1940-1959

Folder 24

Moreno, Arthur Alphonse, 1938

Folder 25

Morgenthau, Hans J., 1969

Folder 26

Morley, Felix, 1943-1954

Folder 27

Morse, Charlotte I. (Mrs. Charles Hosmer Morse), 1947-1951

Folder 28

Morton, Sterling, 1946-1960

Folder 29

Moseley, George Van Horn (General), 1940-1949

Folder 30

Mullendore, W.C., 1952

Folder 31

Nickerson, Hoffman (and Mrs.), 1942-1975

Folder 32

Palmer, Paul, 1938-1969

Folder 33

Pearson, Drew, 1940

Folder 34

Peek, George N., 1942

Folder 35

Perry, Lewis, 1941

Folder 36

Perry, Ralph Barton, 1942

Folder 37

Pew, Joseph N., Jr., 1939

Folder 38

Pitkin, Walter B., 1951

Folder 39

Porzelt, Paul, 1960-1961

Folder 40

Prudden, R.F., n.d. Includes fragment from Prudden's Digest, 1958 Aug. 19.

Box 5, Folder 1

Ratcliffe, S.K., 1940-1942

Folder 2

Regnery, Henry, 1957-1967

Folder 3

Rimanoczy, Richard S., 1959-1971

Folder 4

Robbins, Warren M., 1949-1967

Folder 5

Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1932

Folder 6

Rucker, Pierce C., 1947-1966

Folder 7

Sargent, Porter, 1942-1950

Folder 8

Schuman, Frederick L., 1940-1977. Includes letter from Frederick Schuman to Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., 1960 Oct. 5.

Folder 9

Shaw, George P., 1943

Folder 10

Shipstead, Henrik, 1943. SEE ALSO: Hewes, Clarence B.

Folder 11

Simpson, A.D., 1937

Folder 12

Smith, Lawrence H., 1951-1953

Folder 13

Smith, Truman (Colonel), 1940-1957

Folder 14

Snow, John Howland, 1950-1976

Folder 15

Sokolsky, George E., 1943-1944

 

Stafford, Yone (Mrs. Bradley)

Folder 16

n.d.

 

1949-1977

Folder 17

St. George, Maximilian J., 1946-1950

Folder 18

Stoddard, Lothrop, 1946-1947

Folder 19

Stone, Harlan F., 1940

Folder 20

Strassburger, Ralph Beaver (and Mrs.), 1952-1959

Folder 21

Tansill, Charles C., 1950

Folder 22

Tead, Ordway, 1940-1959

Folder 23

Thomas, Norman, 1946-1956

Folder 24

Thompson, Dorothy, 1940-1967

Folder 25

Tinkham, George Holden, 1943-1952

Folder 26

Townsend, Francis Everett, 1940-1941

Folder 27

Townsend, Ralph, 1942-1972

Folder 28

Utley, Freda

 

n.d.

 

1969

Folder 29

Vandenberg, Arthur H., 1943. SEE ALSO: Hewes, Clarence B.

Folder 30

Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1944

Folder 31

Waldo, Richard, 1940

Folder 32

Wallace, DeWitt, 1941-1969

Folder 33

Walsh, J. Raymond, 1940-1949

Folder 34

Wedemeyer, A.C. (General), 1959-1973

Folder 35

Weir, Ernest T., 1951-1952

Folder 36

Wheeler, Burton K. (and Mrs.), 1952-1973

Folder 37

Wolfe, Henry F. (Reverend), 1942-1955

Folder 38

Wood, John T., 1952-1953

Folder 39

Wood, Robert E. (General), 1941-1953

Folder 40

Wormser, Rene A., 1954

Folder 41

Zapp, Manfred, 1956

Folder 42

Zipf, George Kingsley, 1941

 

SPEECHES AND WRITINGS, 1931-1975

Box 6

Correspondence, 1934-1972

 

General, 1934-1970

Folder 1

General. Includes invitations to submit articles, and inquiries from archival depositories.

Folder 2

Responses to speech given on Town Hall of the Air 1938 April 7. Letters to Lawrence Dennis and carbon copies of his replies.

Folder 3

Publishing companies, 1939-1972. Predominantly regarding the publication or reprinting of Dennis' works.

 

Bantam Books, Inc., 1972

 

Devin-Adair Co. SEE: Correspondence/Alphabetical/Individual/Garrity, Devin A.

 

Greenwood Press, 1969-1971

 

Harper & Brothers/Harper & Row. Includes arrangements with AMS Press, Inc. SEE ALSO: Correspondence/Alphabetical/Individual/Tead, Ordway

 

Henry Regnery Company. SEE: Correspondence/Alphabetical/Individual/Regnery, Henry

 

McGraw Hill Book Co., Inc., 1939; 1971-1972

 

Monticello Publishers, 1947

 

Ralph Myles Publisher, Inc., 1971. SEE ALSO: Correspondence/Martin, James J.

 

Roseman, Herbert C., 1970. SEE ALSO: Subject file/Isolationism and revisionism

 

St. Martin's Press, 1972

Folder 4

Requests to use Dennis' material in works by other authors, 1938-1971

 

Aaron, Daniel and Bendiner, Robert, 1968-1970. Material for The Strenuous Decade, Doubleday & Co., Inc., c. 1969

 

American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1973

 

American Friends Service Committee, Spectrum, c. 1960

 

Bernard, L.L., 1938. Material for Social Control, MacMillan and Co.

 

Columbia University Teachers College, Bureau of Publications (Brunstetter, M.R., Editor), 1941. Material for Readings in the Foundations of Education, c. 1941.

 

Emenhiser, JeDon A. and Cazier, Stanford O., 1966. Material for Definition of American Democracy, c. 1967

 

Grob, Gerald and Beck, Robert N., 1962-1969. Material for American Ideas: Source Readings in the Intellectual History of the U.S., The Free Press, 1963, rev. 1970.

 

Polenberg, Richard, 1971. Material for Radicalism and Reform in the New Deal, Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., c. 1971

 

General speeches and writings, 1931-1970

Folder 5

Letters to editors, 1931-1970

 

General

 

Non-printed

 

c. 1931 May. Letter submitted by Dennis to the American Journal of International Law responding to criticism of Dennis' article Revolution, Recognition and Intervention(SEE: Speeches and writings/Published articles). Typescript, includes correspondence.

 

1940 Dec. 18. Letter to New York Times, responding to article of same date(SEE: Subject file/Fascism and anti-fascism/U.S./Clippings). Carbon copy.

 

1942 March 7. Letter to New York World-Telegram, responding to article of March 6. Includes two carbon copies, one of which carries editors marks, so it may, in fact, have been published.

 

1942 April-May. Correspondence with Life Magazine, regarding article in issue of April 13. Also includes original inquiry addressed to Life, regarding the sources used for this article.

 

1943 July 25. Letter to The Daily News, Jackson, Mississippi. Carbon copy.

 

1948 March 29. Letter to Newsweek responding to article of same date (attached). Carbon copy.

 

1960 Feb. 6. Letter to Newsweek, responding to article of Jan. 25 (attached). Carbon copy.

 

1970 April. Statement to Playboy magazine, responding to May issue interview of William F. Buckley (attached). Includes correspondence.

 

Printed

 

1951 Feb. 16. Berkshire Evening Eagle

 

1951 Feb. 22. Berkshire Evening Eagle

 

1956 April 11. Harvard Crimson

 

Miscellaneous texts, c. 1933-1955

Folder 6

Authorship established, 1934-1941

 

Peace Aims, 1941 Feb. 14. Memorandum for Eighth Fortune Round Table. Mimeographed copy.

Folder 7

A Planned Muddle Course, c. 1934. Typescript carbon copy.

 

Authorship probable, but unconfirmed

Folder 8

Fragments, c. 1941-1945

Folder 9

Untitled, c. 1950-1953

Folder 10

Let's Save America from Permanent War and Inflation, c. 1950-1953

Folder 11

Memo on How to Combat the Infiltration of British Radicalism into this Country, c. 1933-1939

Folder 12

Review of Walter Lippmann, American Foreign Policy: Shield of the Republic, c. 1944

Folder 13

Too Much Use of Terms Like Business and Free Private Enterprise, c. 1933-1939

Folder 14

The War Powers Bill and Immigration, c. 1942

Folder 15

What Are We Fighting For? c. 1941-1945

Folder 16

The Yalta Agenda: Punishment for the Defeated; Spoils for Russia; U.N. Peace and Security Illisuions for the U.S. and Great Britain, c. 1955

Folder 17

Press releases, 1938-1941. Non-printed

 

General. The Outlook for 1939, 1938 Dec. 21. For Associated Press (note in Dennis' hand). Carbon copy.

 

McClure Newspaper Syndicate. Mimeographed copies.

 

1940 July 7. Interventionist with a Record.

 

1940 July 27-28. The Third-term Strategy of Defense.

 

1940 Aug. 10-11. The Strange Defense Campaign.

 

1940 Aug. 24-25. Conscription and Revolution.

 

1941 April 12-13. Ahead of the Headlines.Paul Palmer given as author, possibly in collaboration with Lawrence Dennis.

 

Speech transcripts, 1937-1952

Folder 18

Radio broadcasts, c. 1952. Untitled and otherwise unidentified.

 

New American imperialism. Fragment of typescript.

 

New American imperialism, contd. Typescript.

 

Korea/Eisenhower campaign for Republican nomination. Typescript.

 

Eisenhower nomination/election of 1952. Typescript.

 

Fragment, Presidential election and Korea, c. 1952.

Folder 19

The Pattern of Legal Revolution and its Implications for the Traditional Doctrine of Free Thought and Free Speech, 1949 Dec. 2. Paper given at annual meeting of American Political Science Association. Mimeographed copy.

Folder 20

Recovery, 1937 June 14. Address given at the Houston Club, Houston, Texas. Mimeographed copy.

Folder 21

To Whom Belongs the Future? 1941 April 6. Address for symposium held by the Spinoza Institute, Brooklyn, New York. Typescript carbon copy.

Folder 22

We're Preparing for the Worst Kind of War, c. 1950-1953. Typescript.

 

Published articles, 1933-1959

Folder 23

The Balance of Impotence. Right, No. 45, 1959. Serial newsletter.

Folder 24

Can Our Banks Be Made Safe? The Nation, 1933 March 15. Serial issue.

Folder 25

Economic Nationalism: Is It to Be Opposed or Guided? The Town Crier, c. 1935. Clipping.

Folder 26

Full Recovery or Stagnation? Today's Challenge, 1939 Aug.-Sept. Serial issue.

Folder 27

Political Anti-Semitism in a Fascist America is Unthinkable, Says Advocate of Strong Ruler. Emanu-El-Jewish Journal, 1934 Oct. 26. Reprint.

Folder 28

Review of Frederick L. Schuman, The Commonwealth of Man. The Berkshire Evening Eagle, 1952 Dec. 6. Clipping.

Folder 29

Revolution, Recognition and Intervention. Foreign Affairs, 1931 January. Reprint.

Folder 30

The Third Great Boom Since 1914, c. 1937. Pamphlet sponsored by E.A. Pierce & Co.

Box 7

Books, 1940-1969

 

Dynamics of War and Revolution, 1940

 

Arrangements for publication

Folder 1

Correspondence and price quotations, 1940-1942

Folder 2

Invoices and shipping receipts, 1940-1942

 

Complimentary copy acknowledgements. Copies were sent by Dennis to university libraries all over the country.

Folder 3

Cards. Unsorted

Folder 4-5

Correspondence. Arranged alphabetically by institution

 

Orders, 1940-1942

Folder 6-7

General

 

Correspondence

Folder 8

Reviewers, 1940-1941

 

General

 

Correspondence

 

A Trial on Trial, 1946

Folder 9

General, 1969

 

Promotional material, 1946

 

Reviews, 1946-1947

 

General. Publication announcements in journals.

 

American Bar Association Journal, 1946 Oct.

 

Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, 1946 Dec. 18

 

Texas Law Review, 1947 April

 

Unpublished, fragmentary manuscripts, c. 1950's

 

Untitled (#1): Refers to the Nuremberg pattern in international law: effect on American interests and general peace during Cold War Era, c. 1952.

Folder 10

Introduction.

Physical Description: Three fragments. Typescript
Folder 11

Chapter 1. Selling Germans Rearmament requires Selling Americans the End of Nuremberg.Typescript

Folder 12

Nuremberg-Made International Criminal Law Against Individuals Lacks Validity, Utility and it Threatens U.S. National Interest and World Peace. Typescript carbon copy

Folder 13

The Semantic or Meaning Problem of International Criminal Law. Includes footnote. Typescript carbon copy

Folder 14

Consent, not Coercion or Punishment the path to World Unity and a World Legal Order.Typescript carbon copy

Folder 15

Untitled. Four chapters. Typescript carbon copies

 

Untitled (#2): Refers to patterns of error in analysis of U.S.-international relations, c. 1954

Folder 16-17

A New Look: Error, not Guilt.Includes four draft fragments: two typescript originals; two carbon copies.

Folder 18

The Nemesis of the West: Miscalculations, not False Values.

Physical Description: Two drafts: one typescript original; one carbon copy
Folder 19

Why We are Losing Out to the Reds: Error.

Physical Description: Three drafts: two original typescripts; one carbon copy
Folder 20

We Need a New Foreign Policy to Escape WW III.

Physical Description: One typescript carbon copy
Box 8

Operational Thinking For Survival, 1969

 

General

Folder 1

Contract and copyright, 1968-1969

Folder 2

Financial statements, 1969-1975

Folder 3

Fragments. Carbon copies and original typescripts

 

Draft #1: as sent to publisher. Missing chapters 17-21. Typescript carbon copy

Folder 4

Table of Contents

 

Introduction: The Situation

Folder 5

1. Survival the Big Issue.

Folder 6

2. Survival Comes Before Reform or Progress.

Folder 7

3. Four Great Challenges of the 20th Century.

Folder 8

4. The Underconsumption Challenge.

Folder 9

5. Only World War II Ended the Depression.

Folder 10

6. Operational Thinking About War.

Folder 11

7. The Revolt of the Masses and Population Increase.

Folder 12

8. Operational Thinking About Interest Conflicts and War.

Folder 13

9. Interest Conflicts Over Not Under Law.

Folder 14

10. Law as a Weapon.

Folder 15

11. Getting or Averting Results Not Applying Laws.

Folder 16

12. Finding a Viable Alternative to War and Communism The Problem.

Folder 17

13. Tolerance for Survival.

Folder 18

14. Collective Security and Interdependence versus Independence.

Folder 19

15. Limiting, Not Preventing, War, the Problem.

Folder 20

22. Semantic Awareness an Essential for Survival.

Folder 21

23. Operational Thinking v. Any Monistic Solution.

Folder 22

24. Is the 'New Economics' a Success or a Failure?

Folder 23

Appendix I: The Wars of England, France and the United States Since 1775

 

Draft #2: as edited by publisher. Typescript original

Folder 24

Introduction

Folder 25-32

Chapters 1-8

Box 9, Folder 1-7

Chapters 9-15

Folder 8

16. Change by Limited or Unlimited War.

Folder 9

17. Modern War Must Be Socialistic.

Folder 10

18. Operational Thinking About Big War Debt.

Folder 11

19. Operational Thinking About Big Deflationary Debt Retirement.

Folder 12

20. Must the Post-World War II Inflation End in a Collapse?

Folder 13

21. 'Money--Master or Means?'

Folder 14

Chapter 22

Folder 15

Chapter 23

Folder 16

Appendix I: formerly chapter 24

Folder 17

Appendix II: formerly appendix I

Folder 18-19

Galleys, c. 1969

 

Proofs, c. 1969

Folder 20

Introduction-Chapter 8

Folder 21

Chapters 9-18

Folder 22

Chapter 19-Appendix II; book jacket

Folder 23

Promotional material, 1969

Folder 24

Reviews, 1969

 

List of review copies sent

 

Schuman, Frederick L. Reflections of a Pragmatist. Reprinted from The Nation, 1969 Dec. 8.

 

WEEKLY FOREIGN LETTER, 1938 June 30-1942 July 9

Box 10, Folder 1

#1-12, 1938 June 30-1938 Sept. 15 (#7 missing)

Folder 2

#13-26, 1938 Sept. 22-1938 Dec. 22-23

Folder 3

#27-38, 1938 Dec. 29-1939 April 20 (2/17/39: first issue with Dennis)

Folder 4

#39-48, 1939 April 27-1939 June 29

Folder 5

#49-57, 1939 July 6-1939 Aug. 31 (#56 missing)

Folder 6

#58-66, 1939 Sept. 7-1939 Nov. 2

Folder 7

#67-79, 1939 Nov. 9-1940 Feb. 1

Folder 8

#80-89, 1940 Feb. 8-1940 April 11 (#83 missing)

Box 11, Folder 1

#90-104, 1940 April 18-1940 July 25

Folder 2

#105-117, 1940 Aug. 1-1940 Oct. 24

Folder 3

#118-134, 1940 Oct. 31-1941 Feb. 20

Folder 4

#135-148, 1941 Feb. 27-1941 May 29

Folder 5

#149-167, 1941 June 5-1941 Oct. 9

Folder 6

#168-183, 1941 Oct. 16-1942 Jan. 29

Folder 7

#184-194, 1942 Feb. 5-1942 April 16

Folder 8

#195-206, 1942 April 23-1942 July 9

 

APPEAL TO REASON, 1946 March 30-1972 Aug. 20

Box 12, Folder 1

Unidentified draft copy, c. early 1950's.

 

#1-17, 1946 March 30-1946 July 20

Folder 2

#18-38, 1946 July 27-1946 Dec. 14 (#24, #25 missing)

Folder 3

#39-53, 1946 Dec. 21-1947 March 29

Folder 4

#54-70, 1947 April 5-1947 July 26 (#56 missing)

Folder 5

#71-83, 1947 Aug. 3-1947 Oct. 25

Folder 6

#84-101, 1947 Nov. 1-1948 Feb. 28

Folder 7

#102-118, 1948 March 6-1948 June 26

Folder 8

#119-136, 1948 July 3-1948 Oct. 31

Box 13, Folder 1

#137-157, 1948 Nov. 6-1949 March 26

Folder 2

#158-175, 1949 April 2-July 30 (#172 missing)

Folder 3

#176-218, 1949 Aug. 6-1950 May 27 (#184-209 missing)

Folder 4

#219-234, 1950 June 3-1950 Sept. 16

Folder 5

#235-249, 1950 Sept. 23-1950 Dec. 30

Folder 6

#250-266, 1951 Jan. 1-1951 April 28

Folder 7

#267-283, 1951 May 5-1951 Aug. 25 (#272 missing)

Folder 8

#284-301, 1951 Sept. 1-1951 Dec. 29

Box 14, Folder 1

#302-325, 1952 Jan. 5-1952 June 14

Folder 2

#330-344, 1952 July 19-1952 Oct. 25 (#326-329 missing)

Folder 3

#345-362, 1952 Nov. 1-1953 Feb. 28

Folder 4

#363-379, 1953 March 7-1953 June 27

Folder 5

#380-405, 1953 July 4-1953 Dec. 26

Folder 6

#406-422, 1954 Jan. 1-1954 April 24

Folder 7

#423-436, 1954 May 1-1954 July 31

Folder 8

#437-449, 1954 Aug. 7-1954 Oct. 30

Folder 9

#450-462, 1954 Nov. 6-1955 Jan. 29

Folder 10

#463-475, 1955 Feb. 5-1955 April 30

Box 15, Folder 1

#476-488, 1955 May 7-1955 July 30

Folder 2

#489-501, 1955 Aug. 6-1955 Dec. 29 (#500 missing)

Folder 3

#502-514, 1955 Nov. 5-1956 Jan. 28 (#506 missing)

Folder 4

#515-527, 1956 Feb. 5-1956 April 28

Folder 5

#528-540, 1956 May 5-1956 July 28

Folder 6

#541-557, 1956 Aug. 4-1956 Nov. 24

Folder 7

#558-569, 1956 Dec. 1-1957 Feb. 16 (#568-569 include pre-publication draft)

Folder 8

#570-575, 1957 Feb. 23-1957 March 30 (#570-575 include pre-publication draft)

Folder 9

#576-591, 1957 April 6-1957 July 20

Folder 10

#592-605, 1957 July 27-1957 Oct. 26

Box 16, Folder 1

#606-623, 1957 Nov. 2-1958 March 29 (#620 missing)

Folder 2

#624-640, 1958 April 12-1958 Nov. 22

Folder 3

#641-653, 1958 Dec. 6-1959 May 23 (#652 includes pre-publication draft)

Folder 4

#654-668, 1959 June 6-1959 Dec. 19

Folder 5

#669-681, 1960 Jan. 2-1960 June 18

Folder 6

#682-695, 1960 July 2-1960 Dec. 31

Folder 7

#696-710, 1961 Jan. 4-1961 July 29

Folder 8

#711-721, 1961 Aug. 12-1961 Dec. 30

Folder 9

#722-736, 1962 Jan. 13-1962 July 28

Box 17, Folder 1

#737-751, 1962 Aug. 11-1963 Feb. 23

Folder 2

#752-766, 1963 March 9-1963 Sept. 21

Folder 3

#767-782, 1963 Oct. 5-1964 May 2

Folder 4

#783-798, 1964 May 16-1965 Feb. 20

Folder 5

#799-813, 1965 March 27-1965 Dec. 24

Folder 6

#814-834, 1966 Jan. 21-1967 Sept. 20

Folder 7

#835-857, 1967 Oct. 20-1969 Aug. 20

Folder 8

#858-876, 1969 Sept. 20-1971 April 20

Folder 9

#877-892, 1971 May 20-1972 Aug. 20

 

OPERATIONAL FILE, 1940-1974

Box 18, Folder 1

General, c. 1950-1960

 

Correspondence, 1940-1974

Folder 2

General, 1952-1973. Announcements to subscribers, and samples of bills

 

Alphabetical, 1940-1973

Folder 3

A-E, 1940-1973. Includes: Courtney, W.B., 1941; Desverine, R.E., 1941-1946

Folder 4

F-J, 1941-1970. Includes: Hecht, Frank A., 1950; Hoving, Mrs. Walter, n.d.

Folder 5

K-P, 1940-1959. Includes: Livingston, Goodhue, 1958-1959; Love, J. Spencer, 1946-1950; Pew, J. Howard, 1950

Folder 6

Q-T, 1940-1972. Includes: Snyder, Donald B., 1941; Rockefeller, John D., Jr., 1940; Rosenstiel, Lewis S., 1940

Folder 7

U-Z, 1940-1958. Includes: Talbott, Mrs. Harold E., 1940; Williams, C. Dickerman, c. 1958

Folder 8

Libraries, 1941-1972

Folder 9

Organizational subscriptions and purchase orders, 1940-1952. Includes:

 

American Jewish Congress, 1942

 

Japanese Embassy, 1941

 

Marshall Field & Co., 1952

 

Newsweek, 1940-1941

 

Standard Oil of New Jersey, 1941-1942

 

Time, Inc., 1941

 

U.S. Military Intelligence Service, 1941-1942

 

U.S. Steel Corporation, 1940-1941

 

Staff

Folder 10

Harvey, Marjorie Prescott, 1969-1974

 

Russell, Elizabeth Quigley, 1957-1960

Folder 11

Correspondence

 

n.d.

 

1958-1960

Folder 12

Statements for services, 1957 Feb. 23-1958 June 2

 

Financial materials, 1956-1974

Folder 13

General statements, 1956-1972

 

Bank statements, cancelled checks, and check register

Folder 14

1969 Nov.-1971 Oct.

Folder 15

1971 Nov.-1974 Jan.

Folder 16

Promotional materials, c. 1941-1952

 

Solicitation lists, c. 1946-1953

Folder 17-18

General

Box 19, Folder 1-2

c. 1946 (Resumption of publication)

Folder 3

1946 March 30-May 22

Folder 4

1946 May 23-Oct. 5

Folder 5

1946 Nov. 2-1947 March 29

Folder 6

c. 1952

Folder 7

c. 1953

 

Subscription lists - date given indicates origin of record, and corresponds, when possible, to the date given by the originator. Dates given in parantheses are the inclusive dates of the records. All handwritten except when otherwise indicated.

Folder 8-9

n.d.

Folder 10

Weekly Foreign Letter list, c. 1939-1942

 

1946

Folder 11

A-M (1946-1947)

Folder 12

Mc-Z (1946-1947)

 

1946

Folder 13

A-I (1946-1948)

Folder 14

J-Z (1946-1948)

 

1947

Folder 15

Cards

Box 20, Folder 1

Ledger book, 1947-1950. Includes some office accounts.

Folder 2

Lists

Folder 3

A-M (1947-1951)

Folder 4

Mc-Z (1947-1951)

 

1948

Folder 5

General

Folder 6

A-Mc (1946-1949)

Folder 7

N-Z (1946-1949)

Folder 8

1949

 

1951

Folder 9

Ledger book, 1951 Jan.-Dec.

Folder 10

List, 1951-1952. Typed

 

1952

Folder 11

General

Folder 12

A-Z (1952-1953)

Folder 13

A-Z (1952-1954) Typed

Folder 14

1953. Ledger book, 1953-1955

Box 21

1956

Folder 1

General

Folder 2

A-H (1956-1960)

Folder 3

I-Q (1956-1960)

Folder 4

R-Z (1956-1960)

 

1957

Folder 5

Ledger book, 1957-1972. Includes some office accounts.

Folder 6

List, 1956-1959. Typed

Folder 7

1958. List. Typed

 

1959

Folder 8

A-J (1959-1972) Typed

Folder 9

K-Z (1959-1972) Typed

 

Renewals

Folder 10

1946 Sept. 28-1947 May 31

Folder 11

1947 June-1948 June

Folder 12

1948 July-1949 May

Folder 13

1949 June 4-Dec.

Box 22, Folder 1

1950 (1950-1951)

Folder 2

1951 (1951-1952)

Folder 3

1952 (1952-1953)

Folder 4

1953 (1953-1954)

Folder 5

1953 May 30-Dec. 26 (1953-1954)

Folder 6

1954 (1954-1955)

Folder 7

1955 (1955-1956)

Folder 8

1956 (1956-1957)

Folder 9

1957 (1957-1958)

Folder 10

1958 (1958-1959)

Folder 11

1959 (1959-1960)

Folder 12

1959 (1959-1973)

 

SUBJECT FILE, 1925-1974

Box 22, Folder 13

Barton, Bruce. Newspaper column, 1951-1954. Clippings

Folder 14

Collins, Seward Bishop. Biographical statement.

Physical Description: Typescript carbon copy
Folder 15

Communism and anti-communism

 

General

 

Clark, Fred G. and Rimanoczy, Richard S., What Marxism Promises, U.S. Capitalism Delivers, 1956 Nov. Authors quote Lawrence Dennis. Pamphlet published by the American Economic Association. Also reprint of condensed verson from Reader's Digest, 1957 Feb.

Folder 16

Dulles, John Foster. Martin, James J., Meditations Upon the Early Wisdom of John Foster Dulles, 1958. Printed pamphlet.

Box 23

Economics

 

General. Angas, L.L.B. (Major)

Folder 1

General

 

The Dollar, War Finance, and Your Pocket, 1951. Printed pamphlet.

 

Newsletter, untitled

 

#340, 1957 Oct.

 

#355, 1959

 

#372, n.d.

 

#393, 1962 Aug.

 

#456, n.d.

 

#499-a, 1970 Dec.

 

#501, 1971 May

 

Government

Folder 2

Fiscal policy and responsibility. Bober, W.C., The New Protectionism: What Will it Lead to? 1972 Aug. 4. Mimeographed statement.

Folder 3

Free trade and protectionism

 

General

 

LeBoutillier, Philip, The Responsibility of the Government in Monetary Affairs, 1949 Sept. 8. Speech presented at Economist's National Committee on Monetary Policy. Printed transcript.

Folder 4

Income

 

Clark, F.G. and Rimanoczy, R.S., Who Gets How Much for Doing What in America? c. 1957. Clipping, with notes by Lawrence Dennis.

 

Graigen, R.F., The Big Payoff, c. 1954. Mimeographed pamphlet.

 

Thompson, Joseph S., A Basic Income, c. 1964. Printed pamphlet.

Folder 5

Taxation

 

Schwulst, Earl B., The Problem of a Tax Cut, 1963 Oct. 8. Speech given at Mortgage Bankers Association Conference. Printed pamphlet with inscription to Lawrence Dennis.

 

Walinsky, Louis J., Taxes: When and Where? 1951 Feb. 12. Clipping

 

Fascism and anti-fascism, 1939-1971

Folder 6

Great Britain. Extract from Parliamentary Debates, 1943. Typescript carbon copy

 

United States

 

General. Printed material

Folder 7

General. Clippings, 1939-1955

Folder 8

Gross, Bertram M., Friendly Fascism: A Model for America. Social Policy, 1970 Nov.-Dec. Clipping. SEE ALSO: Correspondence/Alphabetical/Individual/Gross, Bertram M.

 

Pelley, William Dudley. Since When Was This Sedition! 1942. Flyer printed by the Justice for Pelley Committee, Noblesville, Indiana

 

Viereck, George Sylvester. Statement Before Sentence, 1943 July 31. Printed flyer

 

Dennis, Lawrence. SEE: Subject file/Isolationism and historical revisionism/Doenecke, Justus D. and Ribuffo, Leo P.

Folder 9

Hart, Merwin K. Biographical statement. Printed pamphlet, 1953.

 

Sedition trial, 1944-1947

Folder 10

Clippings, 1944-1945

Folder 11

Correspondence(SEE ALSO: Correspondence/Alphabetical/Individual/Baldwin, Roger; Hays, Arthur; St. George, Maximilian)

 

Unidentified, 1944 Jan. 19

 

Finerty, John F., 1944 Jan. 7

 

Hurley, C. Keefe

 

1944 Jan. 20

 

1944 Jan. 29

 

Morosini, Emil, Jr., 1945 Jan. 16

 

Rogge, O.J.

 

1943 Oct. 17

 

1944 Jan. 27

 

Stone, Leland A., 1944 Jan. 6

 

Sullivan, John H., 1946 Aug. 22

 

Welch, J.N.

 

1944 Jan. 18

 

1944 Jan. 19

 

Official documents. Briefs, memoranda, motions, opinions

Folder 12

Initial trial proceedings, 1944

Folder 13

Motions to dismiss or retry, 1946-1947

Folder 14

Trial transcripts, 1944-1947

Folder 15

Unofficial statements and reports, 1943- c. 1954

Folder 16

Stokes, Elizabeth Dilling, 1966. Obituary

Folder 17

Flynn, John T. Printed archival register, University of Oregon, 1966.

Folder 18

The Freeman. Serial issues

 

Volume 22, Number 9, 1972 Sept.

 

Volume 22, Number 10, 1972 Oct.

Folder 19

Great Britain - History. British Information Services, Landmarks in Democracy, 1956. Printed pamphlet.

 

Internal security, 1941-1955

Folder 20

General, 1943-1955

Folder 21

Military exclusion, 1943

 

Propaganda

Folder 22

General. Miller, Clyde R., What Everybody Should Know About Propaganda: How and Why it Works, 1952. Printed pamphlet published by the Commission for Propaganda Analysis, Methodist Federation for Social Action.

 

Censorship, postal, 1941-1942. Correspondence regarding censorship of The Weekly Foreign Letter. Includes letter from Bernhard Knollenberg

Folder 23

Registration as a foreign agent, 1941

 

Isolationism and historical revisionism, c. 1944-1972

 

General

Folder 24

General

Folder 25

Correspondence. (Between Dennis and students)

 

Theile, Karl H., 1967

 

Williams, Ralph J., Jr., 1971

 

Barnes, Harry Elmer, 1950-1958. SEE ALSO: Correspondence/Alphabetical/Individual/Barnes, Harry Elmer

Folder 26

The Struggle Against the Historical Blackout, n.d. Printed copies of three different editions.

Folder 27

The End of Old America. Modern Age, Vol. 2, No. 2, 1958 Spring. Reprint.

Folder 28

Was Roosevelt Pushed into War by Popular Demand in 1941? 1950 Dec. 29. Discussion of a paper read by Prof. Dexter Perkins before the American Historical Association. Printed copy.

Folder 29

Barton, Bruce, Are We Biting Off More than We Can Chew? Reader's Digest, 1948 Dec. Reprint.

Box 24

Doenecke, Just us D., 1972-1974

Folder 1

Isolationists of the 1930s and 1940s: An Historiographical Essay. Georgia Studies in the Social Sciences, Vol. XIII, 1974 June. Photocopy.

Folder 2

Lawrence Dennis: Revisionist of the Cold War. Wisconsin Magazine of History, Vol. 55, Summer 1972. Serial issue. SEE ALSO: Correspondence/Alphabetical/Individual/Doenecke, Justus D.

Folder 3

Ribuffo, Leo P. Progressive Manque: Lawrence Dennis and The Coming American Fascism. c. 1967. Typescript report. Includes correspondence.

Folder 4

Roseman, Herbert C., Revisionism and the American Crisis. Central Issues in Cooperative Adult Learning, Vol. 1, No. 8, 1968 June. Serial issue. SEE ALSO: Speeches and writings/Correspondence/Publishing companies

Folder 5

Israel. Copies of clippings, 1970.

Folder 6

Minorities, 1939-1967

 

Europe. Dean, Vera Micheles, Europe's Explosive Minorities. The New Republic, 1939 April 12. Clipping

 

United States

 

Asbury, Herbert. Who Is a Negro? Collier's 1946 Aug. 3

 

150th Anniversary of the Birthday of Frederick Douglass. Congressional Record, 1967 Feb. 15. Reprinted by The Frederick Douglass Institute of Negro Arts and History, Warren M. Robbins, Director. SEE ALSO: Correspondence/Alphabetical/Individual/Robbins, Warren M.)

Folder 7

Miscellany, 1942-1968

Folder 8

Neill, Humphrey B., Neill Letters of Contrary Opinion, 1967-1971

 

Correspondence, 1967-1971

 

Mimeographed newsletters

 

1967 May 24

 

1970 March 25

 

1971 Dec. 29

Folder 9

Peace Department, U.S. (proposed), 1969. Printed material.

 

Clipping, 1969

 

Schuman, Frederick, Why a Department of Peace? 2nd ed., 1969. Printed pamphlet.

Folder 10

Public opinion. Poll results reported in the Congressional Record, 1955 April and June. Clipping

Folder 11

Republican Party, 1942-1943. Typescript carbon copies of memoranda

 

1942 July 10. To Colby M. Chester from Claude Robinson, Re: the Republican Party.

 

1942 Nov. 12. Regarding the Robinson Memorandum.

 

1943, April 10. Third Memorandum on Republican Grand Strategy: 'Pamphleteering to Beat Roosevelt and the Fourth Term.' Second draft

 

United States - Foreign relations, 1925-1974

 

General

Folder 12

General

 

General. Clippings

 

Armstrong, George W., The Marshall Plan Exposed, 1947. Reprint from World Empire, chapter XIX.

 

Gross, Bertram M., The New Atlantic-Pacific Empire. For CUNY seminar on The Planned Society. 1971 Nov. Photocopy of typescript draft.

 

Schuman, Frederick, The Neuroses of the Nations. Mimeographed typescript copy, n.d.

 

Zoll, Allen A., Should Americans Be Against World Government? Printed pamphlet published by the National Council for American Education.

Folder 13

Czechoslovakia, 1955. Expulsion of Sudeten Germans, c. 1945-1948. Congressional Record, 1955 April 25.

Folder 14

Honduras, 1925. Correspondence: from Frank Kellogg to:

 

Dennis, Lawrence, 1925 Nov. 17

 

Summerlin, George T., 1925 Dec. 22

Folder 15

Nicaragua, 1926-1974

 

Correspondence, 1926-1974

 

General, 1926-1927

 

Grew, Joseph C., 1926

 

Hanna, Matthew, E., 1926

 

Kellogg, Frank, 1927

 

Millett, Richard L., c. 1959-1967. Regarding research on American intervention in Nicaragua.

 

Ranta, Richard, 1972-1974. Regarding research on Nicaraguan crisis of 1926-1927

 

Printed material

 

Clippings, 1926-1931

 

Speech transcript. Wheeler, Burton K. to U.S. Senate, 1927 Jan. 26. Printed copy.

Folder 16

Russia-Cold War, 1946-1957. Printed material

 

General

 

Geneva Conference, 1955

Folder 17

Venezuela, 1939

Folder 18

West Germany, 1955. Congressional Record, 1955 April 20.

Folder 19

Utley, Freda, 1942-1969. Clippings

Folder 20

Viereck, Peter, 1943. Biographical statement. Current Biography, 1943 April. Reprint.

 

World War II

Folder 21

General, 1941-1955

Folder 22

Pearl Harbor

 

General. Summary and syllabus for Amherst College course in which Dennis participated, c. 1953

Folder 23

Flynn, John T., The Truth About Pearl Harbor, 1944. Printed pamphlet.

 

Yalta Conference, 1955. Clippings

 

NOTES, n.d.

Box 24, Folder 24

General

Folder 25

Notebooks

Box 25

Index cards