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ARTICLES, BOOK MANUSCRIPTS, AND OTHER WRITINGS

Box 1

Articles, book manuscripts, and other writings arranged chronologically, 1939-1945.

Box/Folder: 2 : 1

"What not to do with Germany; a Critical Review of our Present Peace Plans."

Box/Folder: 2 : 2

"Germany After Hitler." Farrar & Rinehart, 1944. Ms. (also comments and reviews).

Box/Folder: 2 : 3

"Will Germany Crack?" Harper, 1942 (comments and reviews).

Box/Folder: 2 : 4-7

Clippings for proposed studies on

 

"Psychoanalytical Interpretation of History."

 

"The Archaic: 1. West; 2. East."

 

"German Psychology."

Box/Folder: 2 : 8

Published articles.

Box/Folder: 2 : 9

Reviews.

 

LECTURES AND SPEECHES

Box/Folder: 3 : 1-3

Speakers' engagements, 1939-1942.

Box/Folder: 3 : 4

Lectures, 1943.

Box/Folder: 3 : 5-6

Lectures, 1944.

Box/Folder: 4 : 1

Lectures, 1945.

Box/Folder: 4 : 2

Newspaper clippings on lecture subjects, 1945-1946 (Dorothy Thompson, etc.).

Box/Folder: 4 : 3

Speeches, 1944.

Box/Folder: 4 : 4

Lectures on "Political Irrationality," 1958-1960.

 

SUBJECT FILES

Box/Folder: 5 : 1

Formation of the Council for a Democratic Germany (Letters of or to Thomas Mann, Louis Lochner, etc.).

Box/Folder: 5 : 2

Society for the Prevention of World War III, Inc., New York.

Box/Folder: 5 : 3-4

Rex Stout Group (Stout was President of the Society for the Prevention of World War III).

Box/Folder: 5 : 5

"Neu Beginnen."

Box/Folder: 5 : 6

Writers' War Board (Chairman: Rex Stout).

Box/Folder: 5 : 7

Voice of Freedom; monthly bulletin of the International Co-ordination Council, v. 1, no. 1, Sept. 1941 - no. 8, July/Aug. 1942 (Frank was instrumental in organizing this council).

Box/Folder: 6 : 1

Germany (American Association for a Democratic Germany).

Box/Folder: 6 : 2

Postwar Germany (pamphlets, reprints, SIB Sozialdemokratischer Informations Brief, published by the Auslandsbüro "Neu Beginnen," 1939).

Box/Folder: 6 : 3

Selected credentials, etc.

Box/Folder: 6 : 4

Autobiographical notes and projects presented to the OSS (Office of Strategic Services).

Box/Folder: 6 : 5

Department of Justice. Foreign Agents Registration Section.

Box/Folder: 6 : 6

The trip to Germany ("which never came off").

Box/Folder: 6 : 7

Passport.

Box/Folder: 6 : 8

Visa question and Congressional action (re lecture trip to Canada).

Box/Folder: 6 : 9

Immigration and Naturalization Service (regarding trip to Europe).

Box 7

Attacks on Karl Frank

Box/Folder: 7 : 1

Attacks against Hagen in the Press.

Box/Folder: 7 : 2

Güunther Reinhardt and Walter Winchell attacks, (official letter to Neue Volkszeitung, N.Y., 1945).

Box/Folder: 7 : 3

More slanderous accusations (Ruth Fischer and The Network).

Box/Folder: 7 : 4

Hagen defenders (statements, letters, 1937, 1940-41, 1961).

Box/Folder: 7 : 5

Investigation of Paul Hagen, 1940.

Box/Folder: 7 : 6

Ruth Fischer and The Network.

Box/Folder: 7 : 7

A plan to make contact with the German underground movement (Lt. Col. Julius Klein) 1942.

Box/Folder: 7 : 8

Knox College, Galesburg, Ill. (two courses taught by Frank, 1945).

Box/Folder: 7 : 9

Applications for a teaching position in social psychology, 1946-1947.

 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1939-1958.

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Fritz Erler, Willy Brandt, Carl Zuckmayer, Thomas Mann, Dr. Hans E. Hirschfeld, Laumann, Gerth, Grzesinski, Gurland, Ruth Fischer, and others. (See appended list of correspondents)
Box 8 : 1-11

A - L.

Box 9 : 1-12

M - Z.

Box 9 : 13

Unidentified correspondence.

Box 10

Originals which have been xeroxed.

 

List Of Correspondents

 

Adamec, Charles J. (Dean of Knox College)

 

Adelphi College (New York)

 

Adler, Friederich (Letters to Dr. Mara Loewenstein and Dr. Wilhelm Ellenbogen)

 

Almond, Gabriel (Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York)

 

American Association for International Law (New York)

 

American College Bureau (Chicago, Illinois)

 

American Friends Service Committee Program in Austria

 

American Platform Guild (New York)

 

American Political Science Association

 

Das Andere Deutschland; Der Beauftragte in Süudhilfe (Osorno, Chile)

 

Anderson, Mrs. Evelyn (The Tribune, London)

 

Anglemeyer, Mary (Post Librarian, New York)

 

D. Appleton-Century Company, Inc. (London)

 

Arnhold, Erna

 

Ascoli, Max

 

Asher, Robert

 

Auerbach, Carl (Office of Economic Stabilization)

 

Baerensprung, H.W.

 

Baldwin, Roger (American Civil Liberties Union)

 

Bauer, Fritz

 

Beaty, Lt. Col. John O.

 

The Bell Syndicate, Inc. (New York)

 

Bernenko, Herbert (Men's Club of the Church in the Gardens, New York)

 

Biemiller, Andrew J. (Congress of the United States, House of Representatives, Washington, D.C.)

 

Binder, Carroll (Foreign Editor of The Chicago Daily News)

 

Bingham, Alfred M.

 

Blankinship, Rex, M.D. (Letter to Mrs. M.W. Barrett, Norfolk, Virginia re Mrs. Frank)

 

Blatt, Max

 

Blencke, E. Elizabeth

 

Bliven, Bruce (The New Republic)

 

Blumenthal, H. Walter (Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, Washington, D.C.)

 

Boeker, Alexander (Human Events)

 

Boenheim, Felix, M.D. (Letter to Mr. Tillich)

 

Books, New York Herald Tribune

 

Borgess, Elizabeth Mann (University of Chicago)

 

Brandstrom-Ulic, Elsa

 

Brandt, Karl (Economist, Food Research Institute, Stanford University)

 

Brandt, Willy (Mayor of Berlin)

 

Braun, Hans

 

Brill, Major

 

Brody, Sylvia

 

Brunauer, Mrs. Esther Caukin

 

Brunner, Robert (Psychiatric Books, New York)

 

Bry, Gerhard

 

Burger, Mrs. Richard (Dorothy S.)

 

Buttinger, Joseph

 

Cantril, Hadley (Princeton University)

 

Carter, Edward C.

 

Churchill, Frank Spooner, M.D.

 

The Church-in-the-Gardens, New York

 

Cohen, Carl

 

Cohen, Felix

 

Colclough, Elizabeth

 

Colgate University (signed Charles A. Choquette)

 

The Cooperative League of the United States of America, New York

 

Coser, Lewis A.

 

Cowling, Elizabeth

 

Cripps, Lady

 

Currie, Lauchlin (The White House, Washington, D.C.)

 

DAD Tucuman, (Buenes Aires) (includes letter from Bruno Suess)

 

Davis, Elmer (Office of War Information)

 

Davis, Mrs. Rodney

 

Denison, W.H.

 

Denny, George V., Jr.

 

Department of Justice

 

Department of State, press release

 

Deutsch, Hermann

 

Donaldson, Henry H.

 

Dorn, Walter M.

 

Dorner, Lydia

 

Downing, George E.

 

Doyle, James

 

Drechsler, Hanno (Institut fuer wissenschaftliche Politik, Marburg a.L., Germany)

 

Drob, Judah (Socialist Party of Michigan)

 

Dufty, Bill (Americans for Democratic Action)

 

Duncker, Hermann

 

Eckardt, H. von

 

Eckardt, Ursula von (Foreign Policy Association, Speakers Bureau)

 

Edinger, Lewis J.

 

Ehrmann, Henry W.

 

Eisler-Pleuchot, Elfriede

 

Elder, Arthur A. (Workers Educational Service, University of Michigan)

 

Eliasberg, George (and Vera)

 

Emerson, William

 

Enderle, August

 

Erler, Fritz

 

Farrar and Rinehart (Publishers, New York)

 

Farren, Harry D. ("Wake Up, America!" Debate-in-Print; American Economic Foundation, New York)

 

Feakins, William B.

 

Ferber, Martin

 

Filley, Walter, Jr.

 

Fischer, George

 

Fischer, Louis

 

Fischer, Ruth and Adolf Weingarten ("The Network", New York)

 

Fowler, Henry H. (Foreign Economic Administration)

 

Fox, Dixon Ryan (New York State Citizens Council for a Durable Peace)

 

Fox, Mary (League for Industrial Democracy, New York)

 

France, Ethel

 

France, Prof. Royal W. (Rollins College)

 

Frank, Hans (Karl Frank's brother)

 

Frank, Mrs. Karl (letters signed "Bi")

 

Frank, Peter (Karl Frank's nephew)

 

Franke, Vera

 

Frankel, Mrs. Hilde

 

Fredrikson, Mrs. Hildegard

 

Freedland, Jean

 

Freedman, Abraham L.

 

Free World

 

Friedman, Samuel H. (The Call)

 

Fry, Varian (American Labor Conference on International Affairs, New York)

 

Gardiner, Arthur Z

 

Gattis, C.H. (Seaboard Air Line Railroad Co.)

 

Gauss, Christian (Princeton University)

 

Gerth, H.H. (University of Wisconsin)

 

Gezork, Herbert (Letter to Miss Hartog)

 

Giddens, Josephine

 

Ginsburg, David

 

Godell, Mrs. Charles (American College Bureau, Chicago)

 

Gold, Mary Jayne

 

Goldbloom, Maurice J.

 

Gordon, J. King (The Nation)

 

Graham, Bess F. (Young Women's Christian Association, Alton, Illinois)

 

Greyl, Eva Toni

 

Gross, Murray

 

Grossman, Kurt R. (letter to Heinrich Dietz)

 

Grzesinski, Albert C.

 

Guggenheim, John Simon (Memorial Foundation, New York)

 

Guttentag, Werner

 

Hafkerbrick, Hanna (Connecticut College)

 

Haldemann (Julius) Publications

 

Hall, Helen

 

Hanna, Prof. John

 

Hannemann, Maria

 

Harvard University

 

Hasche, Paul

 

Haskell, Gen. William N. (Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe, Inc. New York)

 

Heckert, Robert

 

Heermance, Edgar L.

 

Hellersberg, Dr. Elisabeth F.

 

Herling, John

 

Herling, Mary Fox

 

Hermens, Ferdinand A.

 

Hertz, Dr. Paul (Berlin, Germany) (Senator)

 

Hillebrand, Eric A. (German American Congress for Democracy)

 

Hiller, Kurt

 

Hirsch, Helmut (Roosevelt College of Chicago)

 

Hirsch, Paul

 

Hirschfeld, Dr. Hans E.

 

Hochman, Julius

 

Hoeber, Johannes U.

 

Hoerlin

 

Holbrook, Sabra

 

Hollander, Sidney

 

Honnold, William L.

 

Hovde, Bryn J.

 

Hraswith, Josef

 

Ingersoll, Julia D. (Rockford College, Illinois)

 

Isenberg, Gerda

 

Jeffrey, Newman

 

Johnson, Maj. Lent C.

 

Jones, Prof. Howard M.

 

Juchacz, Marie

 

Kaskel, Joseph (Deutsche Blätter, Santiago de Chile)

 

Kaskel, Lilo

 

Klatt, Werner

 

Klein, Ernest L.

 

Klein, Lt. Col. Julius

 

Kleinman, S., M.D.

 

Kliem, Kurt (Institut für wissenschaftliche Politik, Marburg a.L., Germany)

 

Knoeringen, Waldemar von

 

Kowler, S.

 

Krahn, Elmer A. (The New Milwaukee Leader)

 

Kramer, Ernst

 

Kraus, Dr. Wolfgang H.

 

Kuh, Edwin J., Jr.

 

LaFollette, Hon. Charles M. (Congressman) (Letter to Reinhold Niebuhr)

 

Lafrentz, F.W. (American Surety Company, New York)

 

Lamm, Hans

 

Lampel, Mrs. Martin

 

Landau, Dr. Edmund

 

Lang, Erna and Joseph

 

Lange, Dr. Victor (Cornell University)

 

Laumann, Kurt

 

Lee, Dwight L. (Clark University, Massachusetts)

 

Lefebre, Marshall

 

Leighton, Joseph A.

 

Lengh, Dr. Franz

 

Lewinski, Eva (International Rescue and Relief Committee, New York)

 

Lewis, David (Co-operative Commonwealth Federation of Canada)

 

Littell, Normann M. (Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.

 

Lochner, Louis P.

 

Loeb, Ellen

 

Loeb, James Jr. (Union for Democratic Action, Washington, D.C.)

 

Lowenthal, Richard

 

Luft, Dr. Lothar

 

Luttermann, K.

 

International LYCEUM Association (Chicago, Illinois)

 

Maencken, Otto

 

Maley, Alexander B.

 

Mann, Thomas

 

Mark, Agathe

 

"Markoosha" (?)

 

Marseille, Walter W.

 

Mason, Edward S.

 

Matzenauer, Eva

 

Matzenauer, Friedrich

 

Matzenauer, Grete

 

Matzenauer, Lutz

 

Maurer, Erwin

 

"Maxwell" (?) (War Department, Office of the Under Secretary, Washington, D.C.)

 

May, Stacy (McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., Inc., New York)

 

Maynard, William Doby

 

McClurg, A.C., & Co. (Chicago, Illinois)

 

McClurg, Miss Peggy (Union for Democratic Action, Chicago, Illinois)

 

McCullogh, Frank (Union for Democratic Action, Chicago, Illinois)

 

McGohey, John F.X.

 

Mead, James M.

 

Mellen, Sydney L.W.

 

Mendelsohn-Kirchner, Eva

 

Mendershausen, Horst

 

Meyer, Hans B.

 

Meyer, Richard A.

 

Minkel, Lester M.

 

Modern Age Books, Inc., New York

 

Morrison, Edith G.

 

Morse (Inspector, U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, New York)

 

Motherwell, Mrs. Hiram

 

Muller, Henry E. (Unitarian Service Committee, New York)

 

National Educational Committee for a New Party (New York)

 

Nehring, A. (Fordham University)

 

Neuhaus, Dr. F.T.

 

New Europe (New York)

 

Niebuhr, Reinhold

 

Office For Emergency Management, Washington, D.C.

 

Ogar, Ted (United Autobmobile Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, Detroit, Michigan)

 

Ogden, Urban L. (The First Christian Church, Duncy, Illinois)

 

Oldenberg, Prof. O.

 

Ollendorf, E.

 

Ollendorf, Robert

 

Open Forum Speakers Bureau, Boston, Massachusetts

 

Ottman, W.P.

 

Pactel, Karl Otto

 

Paige, Maud

 

Peat (Harold R.) Inc. (New York)

 

Pepper, Lisl Kallberg

 

Perry, Bernard B. (Current Books, Inc., New York)

 

Phillips, William

 

Piper, Otto A. (Princeton Theological Seminary)

 

Pinchot, Cornelia Bryce

 

Pinchot, Gifford

 

PM Daily (New York)

 

Poole, DeWitt C.

 

Porter, Paul R.

 

Pratt, Eliot

 

Pratt, James

 

Pratt, Trude

 

Preisz, Hugo

 

Pringsheim, Karl

 

The Progressive (Madison, Wisconsin)

 

Pusch, Werner

 

"Raemaker" (?)

 

Randall, Mrs. Mercedes

 

Ranke, Hubert

 

Reich, Ilse OllendorfReich, Wilhelm, M.D.

 

Reissig, Herman F. (First Union Congregational Church, Quincy, Illinois)

 

Reizenstein, Mrs. Florence S.

 

Resek, Judith (Queens College, New York)

 

Reuther, Victor G. (United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America)

 

Reventlow, R.

 

Reynolds, Alice H.

 

Riesenfeld, Dr. F.D.

 

Robert, Oscar

 

Roberts, Elizabeth

 

Roosevelt, Eleanor

 

Rosenbaum, Max (East Bronx Community Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A., New York)

 

Rossi, Florence (International Solidarity Committee and Socialist Party, New York)

 

Rother, Bruno

 

Rother, Rudolf (Bergverlag Rudolf Rother, Munich, Germany)

 

Rothfels, Prof. Hans

 

The Royal Institute of International Affairs, London

 

Rutz, Henry (Office of War Information, Washington, D.C.)

 

Saint Clair, Mrs. Peyton (Michaela, Karl Frank's daughter)

 

Sarah Lawrence College (New York)

 

Save Europe Now Committee (South Bend, Indiana)

 

Scherber, Hans

 

Schmidt, Duscha

 

Schmidt, Erich

 

Schocken, Thomas D.

 

Schoettle, Erwin

 

Schonfeld, Otto P.

 

Schwarz, Dr. Paul

 

Schwarz, Dr. Rudi

 

Schweitzer, Arthur

 

Seidlin, Oskar

 

Selig, Anna M.

 

Shaw, David C.

 

Shuster, George N.

 

Simons, Hans (The New School, New York)

 

Sizes, Mrs. W.

 

Smith, Anthony W. (Congress of Industrial Organizations, Washington, D.C.)

 

Snevily, Henry M. (The Bell Syndicate, Inc., New York)

 

Snyder, George M.

 

Social-Democratic Federation of U.S.A. (New York)

 

Socialist Party (New York)

 

Sonnemann, Ulrich

 

Sprengel, Rita

 

State Department, Passport Division, Washington, D.C.

 

Stecher, Ada E.

 

Steen, Margaret H. (The Masters School, New York)

 

Stein, Alexander

 

Steinberg, Karin M.

 

Stevenson, Adlai E.

 

Stewart, William H. (Saint Mark's Methodist Church, New York)

 

Stinnes, Edmund H.

 

The Summer Institute for Social Progress at Wellesley, Massachusetts

 

Survey Associates, Inc., New York

 

Survery Graphic (New York)

 

Tanner, Mrs. Mary F.

 

Taurer, Bernhard

 

Taylor, Amos E. (Department of Commerce, Washington)

 

Thompson, Dorothy

 

Tillich, Prof. Paul (Council for a Democratic Germany, New York)

 

True, Mrs. George R.

 

Tschermerinsky-Maslow, A. (American Friends of German Freedom, New York)

 

Tumarin, Bertha

 

Ulich, Prof. Robert (Harvard University)

 

Victor, Walther

 

Viking Press

 

Villard, Oswald Garrison

 

Vischer, Wilhelmina

 

Voorhis, Jerry (U.S. Congressman)

 

Voss, Carl Hermann

 

"Wake Up, America!" Debate-in-Print, New York

 

Walker, Patrick Gordon

 

Walker, Stanley

 

Walser, Frank

 

Warburg, James P.

 

Wasjadnock, Mrs. Otto

 

Wechsler, James

 

Weil, Helen

 

Weiss, Dr. Franziska

 

Weiss, Hilda (Connecticut College)

 

Welsh, Dale D. (University of Dubuque, Iowa)

 

Westermeyer, Prof. H.E.

 

Wilhide, Dr. Ross (First Methodist Church, Kenton, Ohio)

 

Willard, Ernst

 

Willcox, Walter F.

 

Wille, Werner

 

Willen, Mrs. Joseph

 

Williams, Edward Y.

 

Williams, Dr. H. Franklin

 

Williams, Howard Y. (Union for Democratic Action, Chicago, Illinois)

 

Wolf, Herman

 

Wolff, Hugh W.

 

Woll, Matthew (American Association for a Democratic Germany, New York)

 

World Citizens Association (Chicago, Illinois)

 

Wrightson, Jim

 

Yost, Charles

 

Youthbuilders (New York)

 

Zoller, E.

 

Zuckmayer, Karl

 

Zuckmayer, Winnetou