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Literature

 

Espionage

 

Embassy, U.S.

Box 334

Financial

 

Five Year Plan

 

Foreign Relations

 

General

Box 335

General

 

Austria

 

Baltic States

 

Bulgaria

 

China

 

Czechoslovakia

 

Finland

 

France

 

Germany

Box 336

Great Britain

 

England

 

Iran

 

Italy

 

Japan

 

Poland

 

Rumania

 

Spain

 

Sweden

 

Turkey

Box 337

United States [3 folders]

Box 338

Yugoslavia

 

Leaders

 

General

 

Government

Box 339

Industrial

 

Labor

 

Purges

 

Lenin

 

Troyanovsky, Alex

 

Litvinoff, Maxim

 

Letters

 

Literature

 

O.G.P.U.

Box 340

Opposition

 

Political

 

Posters

 

Propaganda

 

Refugees

 

Social

 

Stalin

Box 341

Taxation

 

Third (Communist) International

 

General [2 folders]

 

Clippings

 

Tours

 

Trade

 

Foreign

 

General

Box 342

Great Britain

 

Knickerbocker articles

 

Investments

 

Religion

 

U.S.

Box 343

U.S.

 

Trials and executions

 

Women

 

Youth

 

Miscellaneous pamphlets

Box 344

Recognition

 

Opposition to [2 folders]

 

Endorsers of

Box 345

Literature [2 folders]

Box 346

Pre-recognition [2 folders]

 

Timone, George A.

 

Thanksgiving

 

Tool Owners Union

 

Tagore, Sir Rabindranath

 

Tamiment

 

Tariff

 

General

 

Lockwood Articles

 

Clippings

Box 347

Literature

 

Taxation

 

Clippings

 

Income Tax

Box 348

Literature

 

Taylor, Glen Hearst

 

Tenants and Tenants League

 

Time Magazine

 

Tobias, Channing

 

Thyssen, Fritz

Box 349

Technocracy

 

T, miscellaneous

 

Thatcher, Thomas D.

 

Third Parties

 

General

 

Clippings

 

Labor

Box 350

LaFollette Party

 

Tolstoy, Leo (Family)

 

Townsend Plan

 

Town Hall of Washington

 

Thompson, Dorothy

 

Thomas, Elbert D.

 

Threefold Movement

 

Th, miscellaneous

 

Town Hall Committee of Wichita, Kansas

Box 351

Teachers' organizations

 

General

 

American Education Fellowship

 

American Federation of Teachers [2 folders]

 

American Progressive Education

 

American Educational Fellowship

Box 352

Teachers' Oath (Literature)

 

Teachers

 

Union

 

Radical

Box 353

Radical

Box 354

Radical

 

Coudert-Rapp Committee

 

Pacifist

 

Professors

 

General

 

Brooklyn College, NY

 

City College NY

 

Dr. Harry Elmer Barnes

 

Dr. Charles A. Beard

 

Dr. Franz Boaz

 

George S. Counts

 

Davis, Jerome, Prof.

Box 355

Dewey, John, Prof.

 

Douglas, Paul H.

 

Columbia University

 

Literature

 

Ezekiel, Mordecai, Prof.

 

Gellerman, William

 

Henderson, Donald

 

Hicks, Granville

 

Hoover, Calvin B.

 

Hudson, Manley O.

 

Langford, Howard D.

 

Lasswell, Harold

 

Lindeman, Eduard C.

 

Lynd, Robert S.

 

May, Kenneth

 

Meiklejohn, Prof. Alexander

 

Miller, Herbert A., Prof.

 

Mitchell, Broadus

 

Newlon, Jesse H.

 

Ogburn, W. F.

 

Rugg, Harold

 

Russell, Bertrand

 

Schappes, Morris U.

 

Schuman, Frederick L.

 

Watson, Goodwin

 

Shotwell, James T.

Box 356

Tresca, Carlo

 

Trotsky, Leon

 

Treason

 

Truman, H. S. (See also New Deal)

 

Tugwell, Bill

 

Turkey

Box 357

Two Party System

 

Tr, miscellaneous

 

Ukraine

 

Ukraine-Russia Civic Center

 

Unemployment

 

General

 

Literature

Box 358

Unemployment Councils

 

Unemployment Insurance

 

National Congress for Unemployment Insurance

 

Union for Democratic Action

 

General

 

Clippings

 

Union League of Michigan

Box 359

U.S. Board of Trade

 

Union Now (Federal Union Inc.)

 

General [2 folders]

 

Clippings

 

Union to Preserve American Ideals and Institutions

 

United Brotherhood of Washington

 

United China Relief, Inc.

 

United Christian Council for Democracy

 

United Committee for South Slavic America

Box 360

United Nations

 

Army

 

UNRRA

 

Food Conference

 

After 10 Years

 

Charter

Box 361

Charter revision

 

Flag

 

Foreign countries

 

God, U.N. and

 

Human rights

 

International Criminal Court

 

International Law Committee

 

Korea

 

Military

 

Miscellaneous

 

One World and world government

Box 362

Participation act

 

Personnel

 

Russia

 

Foreign countries

 

First loyalty of employees

 

Grand jury and Acheson hearing

 

Probes of U.N. by various agencies

 

Reds in U.N (general)

 

State Department

 

Subversive personnel

 

Subversives helped by Hiss and three Senators

 

Subversives, eleven U.S. employees dismissed

 

Women

 

Refugees

 

Russia

 

Schools

 

U.S. Constitution and U.N.

 

World Health Organization

Box 363

U.N. Day

 

World U.N.

 

Organization

 

General

 

Clippings

 

Human Rights Commission

 

UNESCO [2 folders]

Box 364

UNESCO [3 folders]

 

UNICEF

Box 365

United World Federalists [3 folders]

Box 366

United World Federalists [3 folders]

Box 367

United World Federalists. Literature

 

General

 

World Government News

 

Uruguay

 

Utopianism, Utopian Society

 

U, miscellaneous

Box 368

Valtin, Jan

 

Van Paassen, Pierre

 

Venezuela

 

Versailles, Treaty of

 

Veterans

 

General

 

General

 

A-B

 

C-D

 

F-I

 

M-T

 

V

 

U-Y

 

Organizations

 

General

Box 369

American League of Ex-Servicemen

 

International Veterans (U.N.)

 

American Legion

 

General [2 folders]

Box 370

General [2 folders]

 

Summary of trends and developments

Box 371

UNESCO

 

American Veterans Association, Inc.

 

American Veterans Committee

 

American Vets of World War II (AMVETS)

 

Christian Veterans of America

 

Disabled American Veterans (DAV)

Box 372

Catholic War Veterans

 

National Conference of Union Labor Legionnaires

 

Protestant War Veterans

 

Regular Veterans Association

 

Vets' Committee Against Discrimination

 

Vets' National Rank and File Committee

 

VFW, Veterans of Foreign Wars

 

VFW, Literature

Box 373

Workers' Ex-Servicemen League

 

Veterans' Publications, World War II

 

United Negro and Allied Veterans of America

 

Villard, Oswald Garrison

 

Voorhis, H. Jerry

 

V, miscellaneous

 

Wagner, Robert L.

 

Walker, James J. (Mayor)

 

Wallace, Henry A., 1946

Box 374

Wallace, Henry A.

 

Secretary of Agriculture

 

For President Movement

 

Vice President

 

Nomination for Secretary of Commerce Controversy

 

Secretary of Commerce

 

Walsh, Frank P., Secretary of Commerce

 

Walsh, Thomas J. (Sen.)

Box 375

W, miscellaneous

 

War

 

World War I [not all materials]

 

World War II

 

General

 

France

 

Germany

 

Great Britain

 

Italy

 

Japan

Box 376

Russia

 

United States

 

Conferences

Box 377

Conferences

 

Conferences, Bretton Woods

 

Conferences, Dumbarton Oaks

 

Washington Committee for Democratic Action

 

Washington Commonwealth Federation

 

Washington Open Forum

Box 378

Washington, George [2 folders]

 

Washington Post

 

Wam, miscellaneous

Box 379

Wells, H. G.

 

Welsh, Francis Ralston

 

We, miscellaneous

 

Whalen, Grover

 

Wheat (Wheat Conference)

 

Wheeler, Burton K. (Sen.)

 

White, William Allen

 

White Russians

 

Whitney, R.M.

 

Wh, miscellaneous

Box 380

Wickersham Commission

 

Wickersham, George

 

Wi, miscellaneous

 

Willkie, Wendell L.

 

Wilkinson, Ellen

 

Wilson, Woodrow

 

Wil, miscellaneous

Box 381

Winchell, Walter

 

Wirt, William A., Dr. [2 folders]

Box 382

War Department

 

War Police Commission

 

War debts

 

General

 

Great Britain

 

Articles-Addresses

 

Anglo-French Alliance

 

European Coference

 

France

 

Germany

 

Moratorium

Box 383

Women

 

General [2 folders]

 

Abbott, Grace

 

Addams, Jane

 

Benedict, Ruth

 

Day, Dorothy

Box 384

Douglas, Helen Gahagan

 

Hurst, Fannie

 

Ilma, Viola

 

Miller, Frieda S.

 

Smedley, Agnes

 

Utley, Freda

 

Van Kleeck, Mary

 

Waters, Agnes

 

Woolley, Mary Emma

 

Strong, Anna Louise

 

General

 

General

 

A-E

 

F-I

 

M

 

N

 

O-Z except U

 

W

Box 385

Women's Organizations

 

World Congress of Women

 

National Council of Women of U.S.

 

American Women's Association

 

Congress of American Women and Women's International Democratic Federation [same folder]

 

General Federations of Womens Clubs

 

League of Women Voters

 

League of Women Shoppers

Box 386

League of Mothers' Organizations

 

National Council of Federal Church Women

 

National Women's Party

 

National Women's Trade Union League

 

United Conference Against High Cost of Living

 

Women's Constitutional League

 

Women Investors in America, Inc.

 

Womens Publications

 

Woman Patriot

 

Women's Patriotic Conference on National Defense [2 folders]

Box 387

Workers' organizations

 

Workers' Alliance (WPA Investment Committee Report)

 

Workers' Alliance

 

Clippings

 

Dies Committee Expose

 

National Right-to-Work

 

Work Congress

 

Conventions, marches, etc. in Washington D.C.

Box 388

Workers' Defense League

 

Workers' International Relief

 

World Affairs Council

 

Wo, miscellaneous

 

World Alliance for International Friendship through Churches

 

World Court

 

General

Box 389

General

 

Address on,

 

Articles

 

Anti-World Court

 

Pro-World Court

 

Clippings

 

National Committee

 

World Fellowship of Faiths

 

World Government

 

General

Box 390

General

 

State Legislative Action

 

World Trade Union Conference and World Federation of Trade Unions

 

Atlantic Union (Committee)

 

Americans United for World Organization, Inc.

 

American Association for the United Nations, Inc.

 

General. Clippings

Box 391

World Government, Literature

 

World Neighbors [2 folders]

 

World Tomorrow

 

World Revolution

Box 392

Writers War Board

 

Y, miscellaneous

 

Young Life Campaign

 

Young, Owen D.

 

Youth

 

Youth, A Study, Muncie, Indiana 1938

Box 393

Youth organizations

 

General

 

Literature

 

Allied Youth, Inc.

 

American Youth Congress

 

General

Box 394

General

 

National Republic report

 

Clippings

 

First Congress

 

Citizenship Institute, D.C.

Box 395

Washington Youth Council

 

Citizens' Institute, D.C., Feb. 1940

 

American Youth Act

 

Pamphlets

 

American Youth for a Free World

 

American Youth for a World Youth

 

Association of Christian Youth Movements

 

Boys' Republic - Girls' Republic

 

National Foundation for American Youth

 

World Youth Council and World Youth Conference

Box 396

World Federation of Democratic Youth

 

National Youth Assembly Against UMT

 

Oklahoma Youth Legislation

 

United Christian Youth Movement

 

Pioneer Youth of America

 

World Youth Conference - First

 

World Youth Peace Congress

 

YMCA

Box 397

YMCA

 

YMCA-YWCA

 

Youth Councils

 

Youth Builders

 

Youth for Christ International

 

Youth delinquincy

Box 398

Youth hostels

 

Yugoslavia

 

Z, miscellaneous

Boxes 399-403

AMERICAN LEGION SELECTED DOCUMENTS, 1940-1959

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and printed matter collected by the American Legion, arranged in consecutively numbered folders. Box 399 contains a partial index.
Box 399

Index to Books 1-6

 

Index to Books 7-9, 12

Box 400

Book 1

 

Book 2

 

Book 3

Box 401

Book 4

 

Book 5

 

Book 6

Box 402

Book 7

 

Book 8

 

Book 9

Box 403

Book 10

 

Book 11

 

Book 12

Boxes 404-406

NATIONAL REPUBLIC BULLETINS, LETTERGRAMS, AND WEEKLY LETTERS, 1950-1958

Scope and Contents note

Bulletins, lettergrams, and weekly letters, arranged as listed. Box 404 contains an index to the lettergrams.
Box 404

Bulletin, January 1950 -September 1951

 

Lettergrams

 

Index

 

Nos. 1-133

Box 405

Nos. 133-277

 

Weekly Letters

 

1949-1952

Box 406

1953

 

1955

 

1956

 

1958

Boxes 407-415

COMMUNIST PARTY PAMPHLET FILE, 1920-1956

Scope and Contents note

Pamphlets published by communist organizations, arranged alphabetically by last name of author. Box 407 contains an index listing pamphlets alphabetically by subject.
Box 407

Index (by subject)

 

Abolin, A. "The October Revolution and the Trade Unions," 1933.

 

Adoratsky, V. "The History of the Communist Manifesto," 1938.

 

Afonin, A. "Komsomol," 1934.

 

Allan, William. "Your House on Alger Street," n.d.

 

Aluf, A. "The Development of Socialist Methods and Forms of Labor," 1932.

 

American Association for International Conciliation. "Some Bolshevist Portraits," 1920.

 

Amter, Israel.

 

"Industrial Slavery - Roosevelt's 'New Deal'," 1933.

 

"The March Against Hunger," 1933.

 

"May Day 1939," 1939.

 

"Social Security in a Soviet America," 1935.

 

"The Truth about the Communists," n.d.

 

"The Truth about Finland," n.d.

 

"Why the Workers' Unemployment Insurance Bill?," 1934.

 

"Working Class Unity or Fascism?," 1935.

 

Andrews, Lillian. "Youth of the Happy Land," n.d.

 

Anstrom, George. "The Government Takes a Hand...In the Cotton Patch," 1933.

 

Aptheker, Herbert. "The Labor Movement in the South during Slavery," 1955.

 

Ault, Leslie. "Challenge to Fear," 1938.

 

Avdeyeva, K. "The Trade Unions and Socialist Construction in the U.S.S.R.," 1929.

 

Baarslag, Karl. "Communist Trade Union Trickery Exposed," 1949.

 

Ballam, John. "70,000 Silk Workers Strike for Bread and Unity," 1934.

 

Barnett, John.

 

"Farm-Dollar Blight: The 'New Deal' in Agriculture," 1933.

 

"The Farmers' Way Out: Life under a Workers' and Farmers' Government," 1935.

 

"Speeding Up the Workers," 1930.

 

Berger, Mrs. Victor. "I Saw Russia: Socialism in the Making," n.d.

 

Bittelman, Alex.

 

"The Advance of the United Front," 1934.

 

"Break the Economic and Political Sabotage of the Monopolists," n.d.

 

"The Communist Party in Action," 1934.

 

"Fifteen Years of the Communist Party," 1934.

 

"From Left-Socialism to Communism," 1933.

 

"Going Left: The Left Wing Formulates a 'Draft for a Program for the Socialist Party of the United States'," 1936.

 

"How can we Share the Wealth? The Communist Way versus Huey Long," 1935.

 

"Jewish Unity for Victory," 1943.

 

"Milestones in the History of the Communist Party," 1937.

 

"Problems of Party Building," 1937.

 

"Revolutionary Struggle Against War vs. Pacifism," n.d.

 

Blagoyeva, Stella D. "Dimitroff: Aus dem Leben eines Revolutionaers," 1934.

 

Blake, Ben, ed. "12 Plays for Boys and Girls," n.d.

 

Briggs, H. E. "New Deal for the Vets," 1933.

 

Browder, Earl.

 

"America's Decisive Battle," 1945.

 

"China and the U.S.A.," 1937.

 

"Civil War in Nationalist China," 1927.

 

"The Communist Party of the U.S.A.," 1941.

 

"The Communist Position in 1936," . 1936

 

"Communists and National Unity," 1944.

 

"The Communists in the People's Front," 1937.

 

"Concerted Action or Isolation: Which is the Road to Peace?," 1938.

 

"The Constitution of the United States," 1942.

 

"The Democratic Front," 1938.

 

"Economic Problems of the War and Peace," 1944.

 

"The Economics of Communism: The Soviet Economy in its World Relation," 1939.

 

"Eyes on Washington! A Program for People's Legislation: What Labor and the People can Do to Influence Congress in 1956," 1955.

 

"Fighting for Peace," 1939.

 

"The Future of the Anglo-Soviet-American Coalition," 1943.

 

"George Dimitroff," n.d.

 

"Hearst's 'Secret' Documents in Full," 1936.

 

"How Do We Raise the Question of a Labor Party?," 1935.

 

"Internationalism. Results of the 1940 Election," 1940.

 

"Is Communism a Menace?," 1943

 

"Keynes, Foster and Marx, Part II: Progress and Socialism," 1950.

 

"Lincoln and the Communists," 1936.

 

"The Meaning of the Elections," 1944.

 

"The Meaning of Social-Fascism: Its Historical and Theoretical Background," 1933.

 

"A Message to Catholics," 1938.

 

"New Steps in the United Front," 1935.

 

"Next Steps to Win the War in Spain," 1938.

 

"The 1940 Elections: How the People can Win," 1939.

 

"North America and the Soviet Union," 1937.

 

"One Year since Pearl Harbor," 1942.

 

"Out of a Job," n.d.

Box 408

"The Path of Browder and Foster," 1941.

 

"The People Against the War-Makers," 1940.

 

"The People's Road to Peace," 1940.

 

"Policy for Victory," 1942.

 

"Religion and Communism," 1935.

 

"Report to the 8th Convention, Communist Party," 1934.

 

"Reports to the 9th Convention of the Communist Party," 1936.

 

"The Results of the Elections and the People's Front," 1936.

 

"The Road Ahead to Victory and Lasting Peace," 1944.

 

"The Second Imperialist War," 1940.

 

"Secret Hoover-Laval War Pacts," 1931.

 

"Social and National Security," 1938.

 

"Stop the War," 1939.

 

"Study Guide and Outline for The People's Front," n.d.

 

"Talks to America," 1937.

 

"Teheran and America." 1944

 

"Traitors in American History: Lessons of the Moscow Trials," 1938.

 

"Victory - and After," 1942.

 

"Victory Must be Won," 1942

 

"Wage Policy in War Production," 1943.

 

"What Every Worker Should Know about NRA," 1933.

 

"What Is Communism?," 1936.

 

"What Is the New Deal?," 1933.

 

"Who Are the Americans?," 1936.

 

"World Communism and U.S. Foreign Policy," 1948.

 

Brown, F. "Who are the Communists and What Do They Stand For?," 1936.

 

Bubnov, A. "Leninism," 1934.

 

Budenz, Louis F.

 

"May Day 1937: What it Means to You," 1937.

 

"May Day 1940: What it Means to You," 1940.

 

"Red Baiting: Enemy of Labor," 1937.

 

Bulazel, C. "Stop Munitions," n.d.

 

Bulganin, Nikolai A. "Report on Directives of the 20th Congress of the C.P.S.U. for the Sixth Five-Year Plan for the Development of the U.S.S.R., 1956-1960," 1956.

 

Butenko, Th. "Enthullunger ueber Moskau," 1938.

 

Cable, George W. "A Southerner Looks at Racial Discrimination," 1946.

 

Cacchione, Peter V. "Public Speaking: A Speaker's Guide Book," 1942.

 

Cameron, Donald A. "Chemical Warfare," 1930.

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Campion, Martha. "New Pioneer Story Book," 1935.

 

Casey, James. "Hearst: Labor's Ememy No. 1," 1935.

 

Claessens, August. "The Trinity of Plunder," 1922.

 

Clark, Joseph.

 

"Men of Liberty," 1942.

 

"We the People," 1937.

 

Communist League of America. "War and the 4th International," 1934.

 

Communist Party of Germany.

 

"Der Ausweg aus der Bauernnot: Sowjetmacht besiegt Bauernnot," n.d.

 

"Deutsche Arbeiter, faengt an!," 1934.

 

"Deutsche Zentral - Zeitung," n.d.

 

"Duetschland - Information des Zentrallkomitees der K.P.D.," 1938.

 

"Hundert Tage illegaler Kampf," 1933.

 

"Internationale Literatur," 1933.

 

"Die Kommunistische Internationale," 1935.

 

"Die Neue Weltbuehne," 1938.

 

"Nieder mit dem Krieg," n.d.

 

"Programm der Kommunistischen Internationale," 1928.

 

"Redes des Fuehrers und Reichkanzlers Adolf Hitler vor dem Reichstag am 21. Mai 1935," n.d.

 

"Rundschau ueber Politik, Wirtschaft und Arbeiter-bewegung," 1938.

 

"Der Spruch von London," n.d.

 

"Unsere Zeit," 1934.

 

Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

 

"Constitution (Fundamental Law) of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics," 1936.

 

"The National Economic Plan of the U.S.S.R. for 1937," 1937.

 

"On the Organization of Party Propaganda in Connection with the Publication of the History of the C.P.S.U. (B.) Short Course," 1939.

 

"Resolutions of the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union," 1956.

 

"The Soviet Law on Marriage," 1933.

 

Communist Party of the United States of America.

 

"Acceptance Speeches: Communist Candidates in the Presidential Elections," 1936.

 

"The American Legion and the Communists Discuss Democracy," 1938.

 

"Another War Coming!," n.d.

 

"Capitalist Stabilization has Ended," 1932.

 

"Catholics and the Civil War in Spain," 1936.

 

"Communist Election Platform: Against Imperialist War For Jobs and Bread," 1932.

 

" The Communist Manifesto in Pictures," 1948.

 

"The Communist Position on the Farmers' Movement," 1933.

 

"Communists in the Struggle for Negro Rights," 1945.

 

"A Confession of Faith: We State our Case to the Legislative Committee," n.d.

 

"The Constitution and By-Laws of the Communist Party of the United States of America," 1938.

 

"Declaration and Principles and Constitution of the Workers Party of the U.S.," n.d.

 

"Discussion Bulletin," 1956.

 

"Draft Resolution of the 16th National Convention of the Communist Party, U.S.A.," 1956.

 

"Every Worker Should Join the Communist Party," n.d.

 

"Fascist War on Women," n.d.

Box 410

"For United Action Against Fascism," 1933.

 

"Fundamentals of Communism," n.d.

 

"Hitler Against the World; The World Against Hitler," 1935.

 

"How to Organize Mass Meetings," 1939.

 

"International Review," 1941.

 

"Manual for Community Club Leaders," 1944.

 

"On the Road to Bolshevization," 1929.

 

"An Open Letter to All Members of the Communist Party," 1933.

 

"The Paris Commune (March 28 to May 28, 1871)," 1926.

 

"Party Building: A Handbook for Branch Officers," n.d.

 

"Party Building and Political Leadership," 1937.

 

"The Path to Peace, Progress and Prosperity: Proceedings of the Constitutional Convention of the Communist Political Association," 1944.

 

"A People's Constitution for New York," n.d.

 

"Platform of Struggle for Urgent Needs of Toilers: Election Platform of the Communist Party, New York State, 1934," 1934.

 

"Political Education: The Communist Party," 1935.

 

"Political Education: The Ultimate Aim," n.d.

 

"Preparing for October: The Historic Sixth Congress of the Boshevik Party," n.d.

 

"Program of the Communist International,"

 

"Race Hatred on Trial," 1931.

 

"The Red Army," 1934.

 

"Resolutions of the Ninth Convention of the Communist Party," 1936.

 

"Resolutions of the 10th Convention of the Communist Party U.S.A," 1938.

 

"Shall the Communist Party Change its Name?," 1944.

 

"Shop Paper Manual," 1931.

 

"The Struggle Against Imperialist War and the Tasks of the Communists," 1934.

 

"Struggles Ahead: Thesis on the Economic and Political Situation and the Tasks of the Communist Party," 1930.

 

"Twentieth Century Americanism: What Does Every American Family want?," n.d.

 

"Unity Will Conquer," 1936.

 

"We Gather Strength," 1933.

 

"What Is the Five Year Plan?," n.d.

 

"What You Should Know about the Communists," 1947.

 

"The White Terrorists Ask for Mercy: A Comparison of the Persecution of Revolutionists by the White Terror and the Treatment of Counter-Revolutionists in Soviet Russia," 1925.

 

Cooper, Leo. "Program for Peace or Weapon for War?," 1948.

 

Cowl, Margaret. "The Soviet Union: Your Questions Answered," 1934.

 

Cruden, Robert L. "The End of the Ford Myth," 1932.

 

Darcy, Samuel Adams. "The Battle for Production," 1942.

 

David, Rex, "Schools and the Crisis," 1934.

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Dennis, Eugene.

 

"America at the Crossroads: Postwar Problems and Communist Policy," 1945.

 

"The Elections and the Outlook for National Unity," 1944.

 

"I Challenge the Un-Americans," 1947.

 

"Is Communism Un-American?," 1947.

 

"Peace or War: The People Against the Warmakers," 1946.

 

"The People Against the Trusts," 1946.

 

"The Red-Baiters Menace in America," 1946.

 

"What America Faces: The New War Danger and the Struggle for Peace, Democracy and Economic Security," 1946.

 

Dietrich, P. R. "Towards the World October," n.d.

 

Dimitrov, Georgi.

 

"Brief an die Osterreichischen Arbeiter," 1934.

 

"Resolutions: Seventh Congress of the Communist International," 1935.

 

"The Soviet Union and the Working Class of the Capitalist Countries," 1937.

 

"Spain and the People's Front," 1937.

 

"The United Front Against Fascism and War," 1935.

 

"The War and the Working Class," 1939.

 

"Wie kann Ernst Thaelmann gerettet werden?," 1934.

 

"The Working Class Against Fascism: Dimitrov's Speech to the Seventh Congress of the Communist International," 1935.

 

"Working Class Unity - Bulwark Against Fascism," 1935.

 

Duclos, Jacques. "Communism, Science and Culture," 1939.

 

Dunn, Robert W.

 

"The Bill of Rights in Danger," 1940.

 

"Company Unions Today," 1935.

 

"Spying on Workers," 1933.

 

"What War Means to the Workers," 1933.

 

Dunne, William F.

 

"The Great San Francisco General Strike," 1934.

 

"Permanent Counter-Revolution," 1934.

 

"The Supreme Court's Challenge to Labor," 1935.

 

"Why Hearst Lies about Communism," 1935.

 

Dutt, R. Palme and Ivor Montagu. "Ruby Star," n.d.

 

Eisman, Harry. "An American Boy in the Soviet Union," 1934.

 

Epstein, M. "May Day 1934," n.d.

 

Ercoli, M. "The Fight for Peace," 1935.

 

Fischer, Ernst.

 

"Murder at the Kemerovo Mines: Trotskyite Plotters at Work," 1937.

 

"What is Socialism?," 1940.

 

Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley

 

"Meet the Communists," 1946.

 

"Women Have a Date with Destiny," 1944.

 

Ford, James W. and Harry Gannes. "War in Africa: Italian Fascism Prepares to Enslave Ethiopia," 1935.

 

Foster, William Z.

 

"Communism versus Fascism," 1941.

 

"Fight Against Hunger," 1930.

 

"Industrial Unionism," 1936.

 

"The Menace of American Imperialism," 1945.

 

"The Menace of a New World War," 1946.

 

"Organized Labor Faces the New World," 1945.

 

"Organizing Methods in the Steel Industry," 1936.

 

"Our Country Needs a Strong Communist Party," 1946.

 

"The People and the Congress," 1943.

 

"Problems of Organized Labor Today," 1946.

 

"Questions and Answers on the Piatakov-Radek Trial," 1937.

 

"The Rankin Witch Hunt," 1945.

 

"Reaction Beats its War Drums," 1946.

 

"The Soviet Trade Unions and Allied Labor Unity," 1943.

 

"The Strike Situation and Organized Labor's Wage and Job Strategy," 1945.

 

"Unionizing Steel," 1936.

 

"The United States and the Soviet Union," 1940.

 

"What Means a Strike in Steel?," 1937.

 

"Workers, Defend Your Unions!" 1947.

 

"Your Questions Answered," 1939.

 

Fraternal Orders Conference. "Fraternal Orders Speak for Unionization of the Steel Industry," 1936.

 

Gannes, Harry. "Spain Defends Democracy," 1936.

 

Gannett, Betty, "The Communist Party and You," 1947.

 

Garlin, Sender. "Is Dewey the Man?," 1944.

 

George, Harrison.

 

"A Noon-Hour Talk on the Communist Party," n.d.

 

"This 4th of July," 1937.

 

Gomez, Manuel, ed. "Poems for Workers: An Anthology," n.d.

 

Gordon, Eugene and Cyril Briggs. "The Position of Negro Women," 1935.

 

Gordon, F. "First Grade Reader," 1935.

 

Gorky, Maxim.

 

"To American Intellectuals," 1932.

 

"To Foreign Workers," 1931.

 

Green, Gil.

 

"The Truth about Soviet Russia," 1938.

 

"United We Stand - For Peace and Socialism," 1935.

 

"Young Communists and Unity of the Youth," 1935.

 

"Youth Confronts the Blue Eagle," 1933.

 

Groetz, R. "Ernst Thaelmann: The Leader of the German Workers," 1934.

 

Hallgren. Mauritz A. "Why I Resigned from the Trotsky Defense Committee," 1937.

 

Harris, Lem. "Meat: A National Scandal," 1946.

 

Hart, Harold. "The Cry for Peace," 1936.

 

Hathaway, C. A.

 

"Collective Security: The Road to Peace," 1938.

 

"Communists in the Textile Strike: An Answer to Gorman, Green & Co.," 1934.

 

"The People vs. the Supreme Court," 1937.

 

"Why a Workers' Daily Press?," n.d.

 

Haywood, H. and M. Howard. "Lynching," 1932.

 

Heller, Arthur A.

 

"Laughter in Hell," n.d.

 

"1/6 of the World," n.d.

 

Herndon, Angelo, "The Scottsboro Boys," 1937.

 

Honig, Nathaniel. "The Trade Unions since the NRA," 1934.

 

Howard, Milton. "This 4th of July," 1938.

 

Hudson, Roy.

 

"Communists and the Trade Unions," 1943.

 

"Post-War Jobs for Veterans, Negroes, Women," 1944.

 

"Trends in the Labor Movement," 1941.

 

"Who Are the Reds?," 1937.

Box 412

Hutchins, Grace.

 

"The Truth about the Liberty League," 1936.

 

"What Every Working Woman Wants," 1935.

 

"Women who Work," [2 different pamphlets] 1952.

 

"Youth in Industry," 1932.

 

Hyman, Nancy and Leonard Sparks. "Public Emeny No. 1: William Randolph Hearst," 1935.

 

International Labor Defense.

 

"The International Labor Defense: Its Constitution and Organization Resolution," 1929.

 

"Under Arrest: Workers' Self-Defense in the Courts," n.d.

 

International Trade Union Committee of Negro Workers. "The Negro Worker," 1936.

 

International Workers Order.

 

"A New Workers' Stronghold," 1930.

 

"Why Every Worker Should Join the International Workers Order," 1932.

 

International Workers Order, Junior Section and National Pioneer Council.

 

"Games for Workers' Children," n.d.

 

"Poems and Recitations," n.d.

 

Jarrboe, George. "The Unknown Soldier Speaks," 1932.

 

Jenks, M. "The Communist Nucleus--What it Is--How it Works," 1928.

 

Jerome, V. J. "Intellectuals and the War," 1940.

 

Jones, Claudia. "Lift Every Voice for Victory," 1942.

 

Jones, Hays. "Seamen and Longshoremen under the Red Flag," 1935.

 

Jorge. "Red Sparks," 1931.

 

Kameneff, L. "The Dictatorship of the Proletariat," 1920.

 

Katz, M. "The Assassination of Kirov: Proletarian Justice vs. White-Guard Terror," 1935.

 

Kay, Helen.

 

"Battle in the Barnyard: Stories and Pictures for Workers' Children," 1932.

 

"We Demand a Story of Any Boy and Any Girl," n.d.

 

King, Emerson, Renaud, and McRyn. "We Accuse (From the Record)," n.d.

 

Knorin, V. "Fascism, Social Democracy and the Communists," 1934.

 

Kollontai, Alexandra. "Communism and the Family," n.d.

 

Komor, I. "Ten Years of the Communist International," 1929.

 

Kozlov, V. "Bourgeois Nations and Socialist Nations," 1954.

 

Kravif, Hy. "Tel and Tel: The Telephone and Telegraph Workers," 1935.

 

Krumbein, Charless and Israel Amter. "Dollars for Democracy," n.d.

 

Kun, Bela. "Unity of Action," 1934.

 

Kurella, Alfred. "The Five-Year Plan and the Cultural Revolution," n.d.

 

Kuusinen, O.

 

"Die Front der Jungen Generation," 1935.

 

"Prepare for Power: The International Situation and the Tasks of the Sections of the Comintern," n.d.

 

"Youth and Fascism," 1935.

 

Labor Research Department. "The Two Classes," 1935.

 

Lang, P. "Peace vs. War: The Communist Position," 1936.

 

Lapin, Adam.

 

"The Un-American Dies Committee," 1939.

 

"Your Stake in the Elections," 1944.

 

Lasswell, James. "Shovels and Guns: The CCC in Action," 1935.

 

Lawson, Elizabeth.

 

"Lincoln's Third Party," 1948.

 

"The Spy at Your Counter," n.d.

 

"Thaddeus Stevens: Militant Democrat and Fighter for Negro Rights," 1942.

 

Lenin, Vladimir I.

 

"Capitalism and Agriculture in the United States," 1934.

 

"The Foundation of the Communist International," 1934.

 

"Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism," 1933.

 

"Left Communism: An Infantile Disorder," n.d.

 

"Lenin on the Jewish Question," 1934.

 

"Lenin Speaks to the Youth," 1936.

 

"A Letter to American Workers," 1934.

 

"On the Eve of October," 1932.

 

"The Paris Commune," 1934.

 

"The Soviets at Work," n.d.

 

"State and Revolution," 1932.

 

"The Tasks of the Proletariat in Our Revolution," 1932.

 

"The Tasks of the Youth Leagues," 1953.

Box 413

Levi, Maxine. "The Communists and the Liberation of Europe," 1945.

 

Lewis, H. H. "Thinking of Russia," 1932.

 

Liberov, Alexei B. "I Was ... A Communist!", 1936.

 

Lovestone, Jay.

 

"Blood and Steel: An Exposure of the 12-Hour Day in the Steel Industry," n.d.

 

"The Coolidge Program: Capitalist Democracy and Prosperity Exposed," 1927.

 

"Pages from Party History," n.d.

 

Lumer, Hyman. "The Professional Informer," 1955.

 

Luxemburg, Rosa. "The Mass Strike: The Political Party and the Trade Union," n.d.

 

Magil, A. B.

 

"America Needs Earl Browder," 1941.

 

"The People's Message to Congress," 1938.

 

"Socialism: What's In It for You?," 1946.

 

Magnus, Edward. "Professionals in a Soviet America," 1935.

 

Manevich, E. D. "Second Grade Reader," 1935.

 

Manuilsky, D. Z.

 

"Engels in the Struggle for Revolutionary Marxism," 1936.

 

"The Revolutionary Crisis is Maturing," 1934.

 

"Revolutionary Crisis, Fascism and War," 1934

 

Marion, George. "The 'Free Press' Portrait of a Monopoly," 1946.

 

Marx, Karl and Friedrich Engels, "The Communist Manifesto," 1935.

 

Marx, Karl. "Wage Labor and Capital," 1933.

 

Max, Alan. "May Day 1938: For Democracy, Jobs, Security, Peace," 1938.

 

Michal, Wolf. "Youth Marches toward Socialism," 1936.

 

Miller, Moses. "Crisis in Palestine," 1946.

 

Mindel, J.

 

"The Economic System, Political Structure and Foreign Policy of the Soviet Union, and American-Soviet Collaboration," n.d.

 

"The Nature of the War and Problems of the War Economy," 1944.

 

Minor, Robert.

 

"The Heritage of the Communist Political Association," n.d.

 

"How Ben Davis was Elected," 1946.

 

"Invitation to Join the Communist Party," 1943.

 

"Lynching and Frame-Up in Tennessee," 1946.

 

Mitchell, Louise.

 

"America's Housing Crisis," 1946.

 

"Food Prices and Rationing," 1943.

 

"Hold that Rent Ceiling," 1947.

 

Molotov, V. M.

 

"The International Situation and the Soviet Union," 1935.

 

"The Meaning of the Soviet-German Non-Aggression Pact," 1939.

 

"Molotov on the New Soviet Constitution," 1937.

 

"The New Phase in the Soviet Union," 1930.

 

"Die Politik des Aufbaus und des Friedens," 1936.

 

Morris, George.

 

"The Black Legion Rides," 1936.

 

"How Wall Street Picks your Pocket," 1946.

 

"Labor Unity: What AFL-CIO Merger Means for Workers," 1955.

 

"Reconversion: 60,000,000 Jobs or 15,000,000 Jobless," 1945.

 

"The Red-Baiting Racket," 1947.

 

"The Smith...McCarran...Taft Hartley Conspiracy to Strangle Labor," 1951.

 

"The Trotskyite 5th Column in the Labor Movement," 1945.

 

Motleva, V. "Youth in the World War," n.d.

 

Muehlen, Herminia zur. "Fairy Tales for Workers Children," 1925.

 

Murray, Sean.

 

"Ireland's Fight for Freedom and the Irish in the U.S.A.," 1934.

 

"Ireland's Path to Freedom: Manifesto of the Communist Party of Ireland," 1934.

 

"The Irish Case for Communism," 1934.

 

"The Irish Revolt - 1916 and After," n.d.

 

National Republic Magazine. "Leninism--Lewisism," n.d.

 

Neumann Heinz. "Marx and Engels on Revolution in America," n.d.

 

Neumann, Franz. "European Trade Unionism and Politics," 1936.

 

Nikolsky, N. M. "History: A Textbook for Middle Schools," 1935.

 

North, Joseph. "Washington and Lincoln: The American Tradition," 1942.

 

Olgin, M. J. "Why Communism? Plain Talks on Vital Problems," 1934.

 

Page, Myra. "Southern Cotton Mills and Labor," 1934.

 

Pen and Hammer. "Don't Take it Lying Down," 1933.

 

Pendrell, Nan and Ernest. "How the Rich Live, and Whom to Tax," 1939.

 

Peters, J. "The Communist Party: A Manual on Organization," 1935.

Box 414

Piatnitsky, O.

 

"The Bolshevization of the Communist Parties," n.d.

 

"The Immediate Tasks of the International Trade-Union Movement," n.d.

 

"Problems der internationalen Gewerkschafts- Bewegung," 1934.

 

"The Work of the Communist Parties of France and Germany and the Tasks of the Communists in the Trade Union Movement," n.d.

 

"World Communists in Action," n.d.

 

Pieck, Wilhelm.

 

"Aufgaben und Zielsetzung der Einheitsfront," 1935.

 

"Freedom, Peace and Bread!," 1935.

 

Pritt, D. N. "At the Moscow Trial," 1937.

 

Quin, Mike. "The Enemy Within," 1941.

 

Radek, Karl. "The Architect of Socialist Society," 1935.

 

Raushenbush, Winifred. "Jobs Without Creed or Color," 1945.

 

Raymond, Harry. "Dixie Comes to New York: Story of the Freeport GI Slayings," 1946.

 

Rochester, Anna and Pat Toohey. "The Miner's Road to Freedom," 1935.

 

Ross, Carl.

 

"Let Freedom Ring for Earl Browder," 1942.

 

"Let's Pull together for Jobs, Security, Democracy and Peace," 1938.

 

Ross, M. "A History of Soviet Foreign Policy," 1940.

 

Ross, Stanley, "Communism in Latin America," 1947.

 

Ruthenberg, C. E. "The Workers (Communist) Party: What It Stands For, Why Workers Should Join," n.d.

 

Ryhlick, Frank. "Congress and You," 1943.

 

Safarov, L. G. "Marx and the East," 1934.

 

Schneiderman, William. "The Pacific Coast Maritime Strike," 1937.

 

Semashko, N. A. "The Right to Rest and Leisure," 1937.

 

Shachtman, Max. "Ten Years: History and Principles of the Left Opposition," 1933.

 

Shaw, Ruth and H. A. Potamkin. "Our Lenin," 1934.

 

Shepilov, D. T. "Speech at the 20th Congress of the C.P.S.U.," 1956.

 

Sholokhov, Mikhail. "Hate," 1942.

 

Small, Sasha.

 

"Ten Years of Labor Defense," 1935.

 

"Women in Action," 1935.

 

Smerkin, George and Sol Larks. "From Young Socialists to Young Communists," 1934.

 

Smith, Vern. "The Frame-Up System," 1932.

 

The Social Economic Foundation. "A Labor Party for the United States," 1936.

 

Soviet Russia Today (periodical). "The New Soviet Constitution," 1936.

 

Sparks, N. "The Struggle of the Marine Workers," 1930.

 

Spier, Leonard. "You Own the Hills," 1935.

 

Spiro, George. "Paris on the Barricades: A Story of the Commune of 1871," 1929.

 

Spivak, John L.

 

"Pattern for American Fascism," 1947.

 

"The 'Save the Country' Racket," 1948.

 

Stalin, Joseph.

 

"Ein besseres Leben, ein frohes Legen!," n.d.

 

"Foundations of Leninism," 1934.

 

"From Socialism to Communism in the Soviet Union," 1939.

 

"The Lenin Heritage," 1934.

 

"A Letter to Ivanov," 1938.

 

"Marxism vs. Liberalism: An Interview," 1935.

 

"The New Russian Policy (June 23, 1931)," 1931.

 

"Problems of Leninism," 1934.

 

"The Soviet Union and World Peace," 1946.

 

"Speed the Day of Victory," 1943.

 

"Stalin on the New Soviet Constitution," 1936.

 

"Stalin Speaks to the World," 1941.

 

"Stalin's Speeches on the American Communist Party," 1929.

 

"For Victory and Enduring Peace," 1944.

 

"Victory will be Ours!," 1941.

 

"Das wertsvollste Kapital - die Menschen," 1935.

 

Starobin, Joseph. "The Life and Death of an American Hero," 1938.

 

Stetsky, A. I. "Lenin on the Soviet State," 1935.

 

Stevens, Bennett. "The Church and the Workers," 1932.

 

Strong, Anna Louise.

 

"Dictatorship and Democracy in the Soviet Union," 1934.

 

"Modern Farming - Soviet Style," 1930.

 

"The Soviet Union and World Peace," 1935.

 

Suslov, M. A. "Speech at the 20th Congress of the C.P.S.U.," 1956.

 

Taigin, I. "Here's How We See It, Mr. Perkins," n.d.

 

Thompson, William O. "NRA from Within," 1934.

 

Thorez, Maurice. "The Unity of the French Nation," 1936.

 

Toohey, Pat. "NRA, Martial Law, 'Insurrection': The Miners Strike in New Mexico," 1934.

 

Trachtenberg, Alexander. "The History of May Day," 1935.

 

Trade Union Unity League. "Problems of Strike Strategy," 1929.

 

Trotsky, Leon. "The Kirov Assassination," 1935.

Box 415

Uranov, S. "Espionage," 1937.

 

Van Veen, Sadie. "Our Children Cry for Bread," n.d.

 

Veritas. "Pro-War Communism," 1937.

 

Voroshilov, K. E.

 

"Ready for Defence!," n.d.

 

"Stalin and the Red Army," 1937.

 

Ward, Harry F. "The Soviet Spirit," n.d.

 

Wassiljew, B. "In der Illegalitaet: Aus dem Legen eines Berufsrevolutionaers," 1934.

 

Weinstone, William. "The Great Sit-Down Strike," 1937.

 

Weiss, Henry George. "Lenin Lives," 1935.

 

Weiss, Max.

 

"Destroy Terrorism," 1941.

 

"Happy Days for American Youth," 1935.

 

"In Flanders Field Where Poppies Grow: The Truth about Decoration Day," 1934.

 

"What Price Profits?," 1947.

 

Wilkerson, Doxey A. "Why Negroes Are Joining the Communist Party," 1946.

 

Williams, Albert Rhys. "The Bolsheviks and the Communist Party," 1946.

 

Winston, Henry. "Old Jim Crow Has to Go!," 1941.

 

Wolfe, Bertram D.

 

"How Class Collaboration Works," n.d.

 

"What is the Communist Opposition?," n.d.

 

Yaroslavksy, E.

 

"The Meaning of the Soviet Trials," 1938.

 

"Religion in the U.S.S.R.," 1934.

 

Young Communist League.

 

"Let's Fight Together!," n.d.

 

"Stand Ready! The Call of the First International Children's Congress to All Proletarian Children," 1929.

 

Zetkin, Clara. "Lenin on the Women Question," 1934.

 

Zhdanov, A. A. "Organizational Problems of the Communist Party," 1937.

Boxes 416-436

SUBJECT FILE ON COMMUNISM, 1930-1950

Scope and Contents note

Newspaper clippings and printed matter about communism, arranged alphabetically by subject.
Box 416

Anti-communism

 

Anti-red actions - states

 

Anti-red legislation

 

Anti-U.S.

Box 417

Art

 

Attacks against Congressional committees

 

Books

 

Bookshops - communist

 

Books on communism

 

Brownell and anti-red laws

 

Cain

 

Communism, general

 

Communism in religion

 

Communism in U.S.

Box 418

Communist

 

Activities - states

 

Camps

 

Culture

 

Discipline

 

Force and violence

 

International

 

Membership

 

Men

 

Oath

 

Organizations

Box 419

Party

 

Party vs. Subversive Activities Control Board

 

Propaganda

 

Publications

 

Ranches

 

Revolution in U.S.

Box 420

Schools

 

Tactics

 

Threats

 

Trials

 

Underground

 

Women

 

Youth

 

Contempt

 

Court Cases

Box 421

Culture - misc.

 

Curbs on Reds

 

Danger of communism

 

Definitions of communism

 

D.C. Reds

 

Eastland Committee

 

"8" Reds

 

"11" Reds

 

Ex-reds

 

Federal housing oaths

 

"15" Reds

 

Fifth Amendment

 

"5" Reds

 

"14" Reds

 

Fronts

Box 422

Hennings Committee

 

Hollywood men

 

Hollywood "10"

 

Hollywood women

 

Informers

 

Jenner and Grouzenko

 

Loyalty

 

Loyalty oaths

Box 423

Movies

 

Music and records

 

Orders from Moscow

 

Outlawing of reds

 

Party Affairs (periodical)

 

Pittsburgh raid

 

Probes

 

General

 

Hollywood

Box 424

Maryland

 

Michigan

 

New Hampshire

 

New York

 

Oregon

 

Seattle

 

West Coast

 

Pumpkin papers

 

Radio - T.V.

 

Red finances

 

Red lawyers

 

Red leaders

 

Red newspapermen

Box 425

Reds in

 

Army and Navy

 

Churches

 

Government

 

Movies

 

Senate committee

 

South

 

State Dept.

 

Reds plan war on U.S.

 

Reece, B. Carroll

 

Registration of reds

Box 426

Risks

 

Sabotage

 

Scientists and security

 

Secret press

 

Secret radios

 

Security

 

Security files

 

"7" Reds

 

"17" Reds

 

"6" Reds

 

"16" Reds

 

Smith Act

 

Sorge

Box 427

Soviet U.S., A

 

Spies

 

Spy ring

 

Subersive Activities Control Board

 

Subversives

 

Television - radio - stage

 

Testify under immunity

 

U.S. Army and reds

 

U.S. in war with Russia

 

U.S. reds - tools of Russia

 

World movement

 

World revolution

Box 428-436

Miscellaneous, unorganized

Boxes 437-714

INFORMATION FILE B

Scope and Contents note

Newspaper clippings, pamphlets, printed matter, and reports, arranged alphabetically by subject. General letter folders in this series may also contain data on organizations, individuals, and subjects identified in Information Files A and C.
Box 437

A

 

Ab

 

Abraham Lincoln Brigade

 

Ac

Box 438

Acheson

 

Ad

 

Adams, Sherman

 

Adler, Larry

 

Adult Leadership

 

Advertising Council

 

Aerospace [2 folders]

Box 439

Aerospace

 

Af - Ag

 

Ai

 

Aim

 

General [3 folders]

Box 440

Association of Interns and Medical Students

 

Committee for International Student Cooperation

 

International Union of Students

 

Student organizations

Box 441

Al [4 folders]

 

Alaska

Box 442

Aliens

 

General

 

Immigration [3 folders]

Box 443

Immigration [5 folders]

Box 444

Immigration [3 folders]

 

McCarran

 

Struve, Col. Charles B.

 

All-American Conference

 

Allis-Chalmers

Box 445

Am - [5 folders]

Box 446

Am - [5 folders]

Box 447

Am - [5 folders]

Box 448

Amerasia

 

American-Asian Educational Exchange

 

American Bar Association [2 folders]

 

American Civil Liberties Union [4 folders]

Box 449-452

American Civil Liberties Union

Box 453

American Coalition

 

American Council of Churches

 

American Enterprise Association

 

American Friends of Czechoslovakia

 

American Heritage Protective Committee

 

American Legion. Pamphlets

Box 454-464

American Legion

Box 465

American Nationalist

 

American Public Relations Forum

 

Americans for Constitutional Action

 

Americans for Democratic Action [5 folders]

Box 466

Americans for Democratic Action [5 folders]

Box 467

Americans for MacArthur

 

Americans United for World Organization Inc.

 

American Unitarian Youth

 

American Youth for Democracy

 

American Youth for a Free World

 

America's Future, Inc.

 

Amtorg

 

An

Box 468

Anti-Communist literature [5 folders]

Box 469

Ap

 

Ar [2 folders]

 

Armed services [4 folders]

Box 470

Armed services [4 folders]

 

As [2 folders]

Box 471

As [3 folders]

 

Asian People's Anti-Communist League of Republic of China

 

At

 

Atheism

 

Atlantic Charter

 

Atlantic Union

Box 472

Atomic energy [3 folders]

 

Atomic Energy Commission [3 folders]

Box 473-475

Atomic Energy Commission

Box 476

Atomic Energy Commission [2 folders]

 

Au

 

Automation

 

Automobile industry

 

Aviation

 

Aware Inc.

 

Axis Sally

 

Ay

 

B [2 folders]

Box 477

B

 

Ba [2 folders]

 

Baruch, Bernard

 

Be [2 folders]

Box 478

Be

 

Beall, Jack

 

Beck, Dave

 

Belfrage, Cedric

 

Best, Robert

 

Bi

 

Bible

 

Bibliographies [2 folders]

Box 479

Bibliographies

 

General

 

Book clubs

 

Bilbo, Theodore

 

Bill of Rights

 

Bill of Rights Conference

 

Birinyi, Louis K.

 

Birth Control

 

Bittelman, Alexander

 

Bl

 

Black Dragon Society

Box 480

Bo

 

Br

 

Bra

 

Brasol, Boris

 

Bre

Box 481

Bricker, John W.

 

Bridge, Sen. Styles

 

British groups in the U.S.A.

 

Bro

 

Browder, Earl

 

Brownells, Sam Herb

 

Bu

Box 482

Bu

 

Budenz, Louis

 

Budget, Federal

 

Bullitt, William C.

 

Bunche, Ralph C.

 

By

 

C

Box 483

C

Box 484

C

 

Ca

 

Cain, Harry P.

 

Cal

 

Cam

 

Capehart, Homer E.

 

Capitalism

 

Capitol

 

Care

Box 485

Carr, Edward H.

 

Carr, Sam

 

Cartoons

Box 486

Cas

 

Cat

 

Cause and cure of war

 

Ce

 

Central Intelligence Agency

 

Ch

Box 487

Ch

 

Chamber of Commerce

Box 488

Chambers, Whittaker

 

Chaplin, Charles

 

Charts

 

China lobby

 

Christmas, Anti

 

Christian Forum

 

Christoffel, Harold

 

Christophers

 

Churches

 

General

Box 489-492

General

Box 493

Catholic

 

Methodist

Box 494

Methodist

 

Ci

 

C.I.O. Veterans Committee

 

Citizens' Committee for Hoover Report

 

Citizens' councils

Box 495

Citizens for Victory

 

Citizens' Foreign Relations Committee

Box 496

Citizenship

 

Civil defense

 

Civil Liberties Clearing House

 

Civil rights

Box 497

Civil Rights Congress

 

Civil service

 

Civil war

 

Cl

 

Co

Box 498

Co

 

Coexistence

 

Com

Box 499

Com

 

Comic books

 

Commager, Henry Steele

 

Commerce, Department of

 

Committee for Economic Development

 

Committe for National Trade Policy

 

Committee of One Million

 

Committee for World Development and World Disarmament

 

Common Sense

 

Communism

 

General

Box 500-508

General

Box 509

General

 

Arizona

 

Armed forces

 

Atomic bomb

Box 510

Atomic bomb [5 folders]

Box 511

Atomic bomb [5 folders]

Box 512

Congress

 

House Committee on Un-American Activities

 

International

 

Mexican labor

 

Motion picture industry [3 folders]

Box 513

Propaganda methods

 

Texas

 

Communist

 

Espionage [2 folders]

 

International

 

General

 

6th World Congress

 

Movies

 

Party

 

Party pamphlets

Box 514-516

Party pamphlets

Box 517

Trials [2 folders]

 

Community chests

 

Compulsory Health Insurance

 

Con [3 folders]

Box 518

Condon, Dr. Edward U.

 

Condon, John A.

 

Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion

 

Congress [2 folders]

 

Congress of Freedom Inc.

 

Conscientious objectors

 

Constitution

Box 519

Constitution

 

Consumers Research Union

 

Cooperatives

Box 520

Cooperatives

 

Cou

 

Cr

Box 521

Crouch, Paul

 

Crusade for Freedom

 

Cu

 

Cv

 

D

Box 522

D

Box 523

D

 

D.A.

 

Daughters of the American Revolution

 

De

Box 524

De

 

Defenders of the American Constitution

 

Defense Department

 

Democrats [4 folders]

Box 525

Democrats [2 folders]

 

Di

 

Dies Committee (see also boxes 774-775)

 

Djilas, Milovan

 

Do

 

Dodd, William E.

Box 526

Douglas, William O. (Justice)

 

Dr

 

Draper, Paul

 

Du [2 folders]

 

Dw [2 folders]

 

E

Box 527

E

 

Eastland, James O.

 

Eaton, Cyrus

 

Ebey, George W.

 

Ec

Box 528

Ec

 

Eccles, M. S.

 

Economic Cooperation Administration

 

Economy

 

Education

 

General [4 folders]

Box 529-536

General

Box 537

Federal Aid

 

Investigations [2 folders]

 

Edison, Mrs. Charles

 

Einstein [2 folders]

 

Eisenhower, D. D. [2 folders]

Box 538

Eisenhower, D. D. [4 folders]

 

Eisler, Gerhard [2 folders]

Box 539

Elections

 

Employment

 

Espionage

 

F

Box 540-541

F

Box 542

Fabian Society

 

Farm - misc.

 

Fascists, Italian

 

Federal Art Project

 

Federal Bureau of Investigation

 

Federal Council of Churches

 

Federal Power Commission [3 folders]

 

Federal Security Agency

Box 543

Federal Security Agency

 

Federal Union

 

Federal Writers Project

 

Federation of Churches, Greater New York

 

Fellowship of Reconciliation

 

Fi

Box 544

Fi

 

Field, Frederick Vanderbilt

 

Field, Marshall

 

Fields, Herman

 

Fifth Amendment

 

Fight for Freedom Committee to Defend America

Box 545

Fl

 

Flag

 

Fluoridation [2 folders]

 

Flying saucers

 

Fo [2 folders]

Box 546

Fo

 

Forbes, Robert G.

 

Ford Foundation

 

Ford, Henry

 

Foreign communism

 

General

 

Asia

Box 547

C

 

Canada

 

Ceylon

 

Chile

 

China [2 folders]

Box 548

China [5 folders]

Box 549

Colombia

 

Costa Rica

 

Crete

 

Cyprus

 

Czechoslovakia

 

Denmark

 

E - F

 

England [2 folders]

Box 550

Europe

 

France

 

Germany [2 folders]

Box 551

Germany

 

Ghana

 

Greece

 

Guatemala

 

Hawaii

 

Holland

 

Hungary

Box 552

Hungary [3 folders]

 

I - J

 

India

Box 553

Indochina

 

Indonesia

 

International organizations

 

Iran

 

Italy [2 folders]

 

Japan

Box 554

K - L

 

Latin America [6 folders]

Box 555

Latin America

 

M - N

 

Near East

 

P - Q

 

Poland

 

Puerto Rico

 

R

 

Russia

Box 556-558

Russia

Box 559

S - T

 

Yugoslavia [2 folders]

 

Miscellaneous

Box 560-561

Miscellaneous

Box 562

Miscellaneous

 

Foreign - communist A - B [3 folders]

Box 563

Foreign - communist A - B [3 folders]

 

Foreign policy

Box 564

Foreign policy [2 folders]

 

Foreign trade

 

Form Research

 

Foundation for Advanced Research Analysis

 

Foundation for Economic Education

 

Foundations

 

General

Box 565

General [4 folders]

 

First Word

 

Investigations

Box 566

Fr [2 folders]

 

Free [2 folders]

 

Freedom House

Box 567

Free Enterprise

 

Freeman, The

 

Friends of Democracy

 

Fund for the Republic [4 folders]

Box 568

Fund for the Republic [2 folders]

 

G [3 folders]

 

Ga

 

Galindez, Jesus de

Box 569

Garst, Jim

 

Ge

 

Gi

 

Gilbert, Dan

 

Giraud, Henri H.

 

Girl Scouts

 

Gl

 

Go [2 folders]

 

Goldfine, Bernard

 

Goldwater, Barry

 

Gookman, Benny

Box 570

Government [3 folders]

Box 571

Gr [2 folders]

 

Graham, Frank

 

Greenspun, Herman

 

Grunewald, Henry W.

 

Gu

 

Gw

 

H [2 folders]

 

Ha

Box 572

Ha [4 folders]

 

Harriman, Averell

 

Harrington, Donald

 

H-Bomb

 

He

Box 573

He [3 folders]

 

Health [3 folders]

Box 574

Hi [2 folders]

 

Hiss, Alger [2 folders]

Box 575

Hiss, Alger [4 folders]

 

Hitler, Adolf

 

Ho [2 folders]

Box 576

Ho

 

Hoffman, Paul

 

Hoover, J. Edgar

 

House Committee on Un-American Activities (see also box 775)

 

Housing [3 folders]

Box 577

Housing [3 folders]

 

Hu [2 folders]

 

Hughes, Howard

 

Hughes, Paul H.

 

Hutton, E. F.

 

Hy

Box 578

I [5 folders]

 

Immigration and deportation

 

In

Box 579

In

 

Indians

 

Inflation [2 folders]

 

Ingersoll

 

Institute of Applied Citizenship

 

Institute of Government [2 folders]

Box 580

Institute of International Education

 

Institute for International Order

 

Institute of International Studies

 

Institute for Religious and Social Studies

 

Intelligence Digest

 

Inter

 

Internal Revenue

 

Internal Security

 

International Bank for Reconstruction

Box 581

International Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners

 

International Conciliation

 

International Economic and Social Development

 

International Finance Corp.

 

International labor organizations [2 folders]

 

International organizations [3 folders]

Box 582

International organizations [2 folders]

 

International Press Institute

 

Interracial Workshop

 

Isolationism

 

J [2 folders]

Box 583

J [4 folders]

 

Jack, Hulan E.

 

Jamestown, Va.

 

Japan

 

Javits, Jacob

Box 584

Jenks, M.

 

Jenner, William

 

Jessup, Philip

 

Jews

Box 585-588

Jews

Box 589

Justice Department [3 folders]

 

Juvenile delinquency

 

K

 

Ka [3 folders]

Box 590

Kahn, Albert

 

Kamkin

 

Kamp, Joseph

 

Kanin, Garson

 

Karapetoff, V.

 

Karolyi, M.

 

Kasenkina, Oksana

 

Kasper, Frederick

 

Katyn massacre

 

Kaufmann, Charlotte

 

Ke

 

Keep America Free [2 folders]

 

Kefauver, Estes

 

Kennedy, John F.

 

Ki

Box 591

Kl

 

Kn

 

Ko

 

Korea

 

Kr

 

Ku

 

Ku Klux Klan

Box 592

L [4 folders]

 

La [3 folders]

Box 593

La

 

Labor

 

General [6 folders]

Box 594-598

General

Box 599

AFL [5 folders]

 

AFL-CIO

Box 600

AFL-CIO

Box 601

CIO

Box 602

Communism [5 folders]

 

Leaders

 

Beck

 

Bridges

 

Browder

 

Carey

 

Christoffel

 

De Caux

 

Doyle, Chas. A.

 

Flaxer

 

Gojack

Box 603

Gold

 

Gosser

 

Hoffa

 

Killian

 

Kohler

 

McNamara

 

Markham

 

Meany

 

Quill

 

Riesel

 

Santo

 

Stellato

 

Suisi

 

Thomas

 

Politics [3 folders]

 

Right to Work [2 folders]

Box 604

Right to Work

 

Union finances

 

United Auto Workers [3 folders]

 

Youth League

Box 605

Ladejinsky, Wolf

 

LaGuardia

 

Lamb, Natvig

 

Lamb, Edward

 

Langer, Alfred

 

Lattimore, Owen

Box 606

Lattimore, Owen [2 folders]

 

Le

 

League for Independent Political Action

 

League of Nations

 

LeBlanc Publications

 

Lehman, Herbert

 

Lend Lease

 

Lewis, Fulton

 

Lewis, John L.

 

Li

Box 607

Li [2 folders]

 

Lilienthal, David

 

Lincoln, Abraham [2 folders]

 

Lo

 

Loyalty [2 folders]

Box 608

Lu

 

Ly

 

M [2 folders]

 

Ma [2 folders]

Box 609

Ma

 

Mc

Box 610

MacArthur, Gen. Douglas

 

McCarthy, Joe

Box 611-614

McCarthy, Joe

Box 615

McCarthy, Joe [3 folders]

 

Mar

 

Marshall, George

 

Marxism

 

Marzani, Carl A.

Box 616

Matusow, Harvey [2 folders]

 

Mauldin, Bill

 

Me

 

Meat strikes [2 folders]

Box 617

Meat strikes [5 folders]

Box 618

Meat strikes [4 folders]

 

Melish, John Howard

Box 619

Mental health

 

Meyer

 

Mi [3 folders]

 

Mo

Box 620

Mo [4 folders]

 

Money [2 folders]

Box 621

Morgenthau, Henry

 

Morse, Wayne

 

Motion pictures

 

Mu [2 folders]

 

Mutual Defense Assistance

 

Mutual Security Agency [2 folders]

Box 622

My

 

N [6 folders]

Box 623-625

Na

Box 626

Narcotics

 

National Clearing House for Youth Groups

 

National Committee to Uphold Constitutional Government

 

National Council of Churches

 

National Labor Committee Against War

 

National Peace Conference

 

National Recovery Administration

 

National Religion and Labor Foundation

 

National Sharecroppers Week

 

National Society of New England Women

 

National Union of Government

 

National Urban League

 

National Youth Assembly Against U.M.T.

Box 627

NATO [4 folders]

Box 628

Ne [3 folders]

 

Negro [2 folders]

Box 629-634

Negro

Box 635

Nepotism

 

Neuberger, Richard

 

New Deal [5 folders]

Box 636

New School for Social Research [2 folders]

 

New World Club

 

Newspapers

 

New York Consumers Council

 

Ni

 

Niebuhr, Dr. Reinhold

 

Nixon, Richard [2 folders]

Box 637

Nixon, Richard

 

No

 

Nu

 

O [4 folders]

Box 638

O

 

Oaths

 

Obscene literature and pictures

 

Oil [2 folders]

 

Operation America

 

Oppenheimer, J. Robert [2 folders]

Box 639

Oxnam, Bishop G. B. [2 folders]

 

P

 

Pa [3 folders]

Box 640

Pacifists [6 folders]

 

Paine, Tom

 

Panama Canal

Box 641

Passports

 

Patriotic organizations

 

Pauley, Edwin

 

Pauling, Linus

 

Pe [4 folders]

 

Peace

 

Peace Now Movement

 

Pearl Harbor

 

Peck, Seymour

 

Pegler, Westbrook

 

Pelley, William D.

Box 642

Pelley, William D. [5 folders]

 

People's Forum

 

People's Lobby

Box 643

Peress Case

 

Peurifoy, John

 

Peyser, Julius I.

 

Ph

 

Pi

 

Picture News Press, Ltd.

 

Pioneer Youth

 

Pl

 

Plecan, Theodore

 

Pm

 

Po [2 folders]

Box 644

Po

 

Posters - misc.

 

Post Office

 

Pr [5 folders]

Box 645

Presidency

 

Press

 

Prince, I. Hudson

 

Progressives

 

Progressive Schools, Committee for Refugee Children

 

Protestant, The

 

Protestant Council, The

 

Ps

 

Psychological warfare

 

Pu [2 folders]

 

Purge Congress Campaign

 

Py

 

Q

Box 646

R [6 folders]

Box 647

R

 

Ra

 

Radio [3 folders]

 

Re [2 folders]

Box 648

Reciprocal trade

 

Reds in government departments

 

Religion in Russia

 

Remington, William [3 folders]

 

Republican Party [3 folders]

Box 649

Republican Party [5 folders]

Box 650

Republican Party [2 folders]

 

Reuther, Walter [4 folders]

Box 651

Reuther, Walter [2 folders]

 

Rh

 

Ri

 

Ro

Box 652

Ro

 

Robeson, Paul

 

Rogue's Gallery, Red Leaders [3 folders]

Box 653

Roosevelt, Franklin D. [5 folders]

 

Rosenbergs Defense Group

 

Rosenberg, Julius and Ethel

Box 654

Ru

 

Rural Electrification Administration [4 folders]

Box 655-657

Russia

 

General

Box 658

General [3 folders]

 

[3 folders] 1958

Box 659

[4 folders] 1958

 

1959

Box 660-661

1959

Box 662

1959

 

S [4 folders]

Box 663

S

 

Sa [2 folders]

 

Sc [2 folders]

 

Se

Box 664

Se [2 folders]

 

Sedition

 

Sh [2 folders]

 

Si

 

Sl

Box 665

Sm [3 folders]

 

Smith Act

 

Sno [2 folders]

 

So [2 folders]

Box 666

So [2 folders]

 

Sobell, Morton

 

Soble, Myra

 

Socialism [2 folders]

Box 667

Socialized medicine [3 folders]

 

Social Security

Box 668

Social Security [4 folders]

 

Sockman, Ralph W.

 

Sokolsky, George

 

Sorge Spy Case

Box 669

South [2 folders]

 

Southeast Asia Treaty Organization

 

Southern Worker (periodical)

 

Sp [2 folders]

 

Springfield Plan, The

 

Sq

 

St [3 folders]

Box 670

St [5 folders]

 

Stalin, Joseph

Box 671

Star Spangled Banner

 

Stassen, Harold

 

State Department [5 folders]

Box 672

State Department [6 folders]

Box 673

States' rights

 

Status of Forces Treaty

 

Stevenson, Adlai [3 folders]

 

Su

 

Subversive Activities Act - State of Georgia

 

Subversive Activities Control Board

Box 674

Subversive Activities Control Board [3 folders]

 

Supreme Court [3 folders]

Box 675

Supreme Court [6 folders]

Box 676

Supreme Court [2 folders]

 

Sw

 

Sy

 

T [3 folders]

Box 677

T

 

Ta

 

Taft, Robert

 

Tamiment Institute

 

Tariffs

Box 678

Tariffs [2 folders]

 

Tass News Agency

 

Tax [4 folders]

Box 679

Tax [5 folders]

 

Tchou, Col. M. Thomas

 

Te

Box 680

Te

 

Television [2 folders]

 

Th

 

Theater [2 folders]

Box 681-685

Theater

General note

See also box 772
Box 686

Theater [4 folders]

 

Third party [2 folders]

 

Ti

Box 687

To

 

Tr [2 folders]

 

Traitors

 

Treaty

 

Tresca, Carlo

 

Trotsky, Leon

 

Truman, Harry S.

Box 688

Truman, Harry S. [5 folders]

Box 689

Trusts [5 folders]

Box 690

Tu

 

Tydings, Millard D.

 

U [6 folders]

Box 691

Unions

 

General [5 folders]

Box 692

CIO affiliates [2 folders]

 

Confidential reports

Box 693

Confidential reports [4 folders]

 

United Nations

 

General [2 folders]

Box 694-699

General

Box 700

General [3 folders]

 

Personnel [2 folders]

Box 701

United States [3 folders]

 

United States Army maneuvers, Lampasa, Texas

 

Urban Renewal [3 folders]

 

V

Box 702

V [3 folders]

 

Veterans [3 folders]

Box 703

Veterans [4 folders]

 

Voice of America

 

Voting records

 

W

Box 704

W [3 folders]

 

Wa [3 folders]

Box 705

Wa [2 folders]

 

Wallace, Henry

 

War Assets Administration [4 folders]

Box 706

War Assets Administration [2 folders]

 

War Department [4 folders]

Box 707

Washington, George

 

We [2 folders]

 

Wh [2 folders]

 

Wi

Box 708

Wi [2 folders]

 

Wilson, Howard Eugene

 

Wittmer, Felix

 

Wo [2 folders]

Box 709

Wo [2 folders]

 

Wolston, Ilya

 

Women

 

General [3 folders]

Box 710

Annie Besant [3 folders]

 

Individuals [3 folders]

Box 711

Individuals [2 folders]

 

Organizations [3 folders]

Box 712

World Alliance of YMCA

 

World Council of Churches

 

World Government [3 folders]

 

World Youth and Student Festival

 

X

 

Y

Box 713

Yalta Conference [4 folders]

 

Young Pioneers [2 folders]

Box 714

Youth

 

Z

Boxes 714-768

INFORMATION FILE C

Scope and Contents note

Reports, printed matter, letters and miscellany, arranged alphabetically by subject. For additional information on topics identified in this series, see Information Files A and B.
Box 714

General

 

General. National Republic and Walter Steele Material

 

Correspondence

 

Notes

 

General

Box 715

General

Box 716

A-M

 

N-Z

Box 717

Abraham Lincoln Brigade

 

Africa

Box 718

Agriculture

 

General

 

Labor

 

Albania

 

All-American Conference to Combat Communism

 

American Association of University Professors

 

American Association of University Women

 

American Civil Liberties Union

 

American Coalition of Patriotic Societies

 

American Foundation for Political Education

 

American Friends of the Soviet Union

 

American Friends Service Committee

 

American Jewish Congress

 

American Jewish League Against Communism

 

American League Against War and Fascism

Box 719

American League for Peace and Democracy

 

American Legion

 

American Nazi Party

 

American Russian Institute

 

American Veterans Committee

 

Americans for Constitutional Action

 

Americans for Democratic Action

 

Anarchism

 

Antibolshevik Bloc of Nations

 

Anti-Semitism

Box 720

Anti-Semitism

Box 721

Arts

 

Asia

 

Atomic weapons and disarmament

 

B'nai B'rith

 

Baltic States

 

Beall, Jack

Box 722

Browder, Earl

 

Budenz, Louis

 

Bulgaria

 

Carlson, John Roy

 

Central Intelligence Agency

 

Chessman, Caryl

 

China

Box 723

China

 

Citizens Committee for Victory

 

Civil rights

 

Commission to Study the Organization of the Peace

Box 724

Communism

 

General

Box 725

General

 

International

Box 726

United States

 

General

 

Arts and entertainment

Box 727

Arts and entertainment

 

Education and youth

Box 728

Education and youth

 

Labor

Box 729

Labor

 

Military

 

Race relations

Box 730

Religion

Box 731

Communist League

 

Communist Party, U.S.A.

 

Condon, Edward U.

 

Crouch, Paul

Box 732

Conservative organizations

Box 733

Constitutional Educational League, Inc. (Joseph Kamp)

 

Coughlin, Charles E.

 

Crime and criminals

 

Cyprus

 

Czechoslovakia

 

Daily Worker

 

Daughters of the American Revolution

 

Davies, John Paton

 

De Courcy, Kenneth

 

Defenders of the American Constitution

 

Defense

Box 734

Defense

 

Dell, Floyd

 

Dewey, John

 

Dilling, Elizabeth

 

Discrimination and race relations

 

General

Box 735

General

Box 736

General

 

Little Rock, Arkansas

 

DuBois, W.E.B.

 

Economics

Box 737

Economics

Box 738

Education

 

Einstein, Albert

 

Eisenhower, Dwight D.

 

Eisler, Gerhart

Box 739

Espionage

 

Europe

 

Europe, Eastern

 

Fascism - United States

 

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Box 740

Federated Council for Americanism

 

Fellowship of Reconciliation

 

Fluoridation

 

Flynn, John

 

Foreign Policy Association

 

Foster, William Z.

 

Fraina, Louis (Lewis Corey)

 

France

 

Foundation for Economic Education

 

Friends Committee on National Legislation

 

Friends of Democracy

 

Friends of Fighters for Russian Freedom

 

Fund for the Republic

 

Germany

 

Great Britain

Box 741

Greece

 

Highlander Folk School

 

Hiss, Alger

 

History

 

Housing

 

Human rights

 

Hungary

Box 742

Immigration

 

India

 

Indonesia

 

Intellectuals

 

International Press correspondence

 

International programs

 

Isolationism

Box 743

Italy

 

Japan

 

Jefferson School of Social Sciences

 

Jessup, Philip

 

Jewish National Fund

 

Jews and Jewish organizations

Box 744

Kohlberg, Alfred

 

Korea

 

Kregeloh, Hubert

 

Krivitsky, Walter

 

Labor

Box 745

Labor

Box 746

Labor

Box 747

Labor

Box 748

Latin America

 

Lattimore, Owen

 

League for Industrial Democracy

 

League of Women Voters

 

Liberal organizations

 

General

Box 749

General

 

Information and propaganda

 

Liberalism

 

Life Lines

 

Lincoln, Abraham

 

Loyalty-security program

Box 750

Loyalty-security program

 

Mandel, Ben

 

McCarthy, Joseph

 

Marcantonio, Vito

 

Media

 

Medicine and health

Box 751

Medicine and health

 

Middle East

Box 752

Middle East

 

Minute Women of the U.S.A.

 

Miscellany

Box 753

Moral Re-Armament Assembly

 

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

 

National Committee for an Effective Congress

 

National Council for American Education

 

National Council of American-Soviet Friendship

 

National Lawyers Guild

 

Native Americans

 

Natural resources and energy

Box 754

Nelson, Steve

 

Niebuhr, Reinhold

 

Nixon, Richard

 

Oppenheimer, J. Robert

 

Pacifism

 

Pakistan

 

Pauling, Linus

 

Pearson, Drew

 

Philbrick, Herbert

 

People's World

 

Perlo, Victor

 

Philippines

 

Poland

 

Post War World Council

 

Propaganda and psychological warfare

 

Psychology and mental health

 

Refugees

Box 755

Religion

 

Religion and politics

 

Rieve, Emil

 

Riskin, Ben

 

Rockefeller Family

 

Romania

 

Roosevelt, Franklin D. and Eleanor

Box 756

Roosevelt, Franklin D. and Eleanor

 

Russia

 

General

Box 757

General

Box 758

General

 

Foreign relations

 

Scandinavia

Box 759

Science and space

 

Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace, 1949

 

Service Bureau for Intercultural Education

 

Service, John S.

 

Smith, Gerald L. K.

 

Socialism

 

Socialist Labor Party

 

Socialist Workers Party

 

Social Security and welfare

 

Spain

 

Steel, Johannes

 

Stevenson, Adlai

Box 760

Taiwan

 

Trade

 

Transportation

 

Trumbo, Dalton

 

Union for Democratic Action

 

United Nations

Box 761

United Nations

 

United States

 

Foreign relations

 

General

Box 762

General

 

Foreign aid

Box 763

Organizations

 

Russia

Box 764

Politics and government

Box 765

Politics and government

 

United States. Congress

Box 766

United States. Congress

 

United States. State Department

 

United States. Supreme Court

 

Urban planning

 

Veterans

Box 767

Vietnam

 

Wallace, Henry

 

Weyl, Nathaniel

 

White, Harry Dexter

 

Winrod, Gerald

 

Women

 

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

 

World Court

 

World government

Box 768

World War II

 

Yugoslavia

Boxes 769-772

HAZEL HUFFMAN OFFICE FILES, ca. 1938-1949

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, notes lists, reports, and printed matter relating to investigations undertaken by Huffman. Arranged alphabetically by subject of investigation. See also Federal Theater, boxes 680-686

Scope and Contents note

Relates to investigations undertaken by Ms. Huffman.
Box 769

General. correspondence, notes, and lists.

Box 770

General

Box 771

Coast Guard

 

Federal Security Administration

 

Fort Leavenworth Prison Riot

 

Office of War Information

 

War Assets Administration

Box 772

War Assets Administration

General note

See also boxes 680-686
 

Works Progress Administration, Federal Theatre Project

Boxes 773-784

OFFICE FILE OF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (WALTER S. STEELE), 1929-1960

Scope and Contents note

Catalogue, indices, lettergrams, drafts of articles, notes, report, survey, and testimony, arranged as listed.
Box 773

Catalogue of organizations and their leadership [5 folders]

Box 774

Index to Dies Committee publications [3 folders]

Box 775

Index to Dies Committee publications

 

Index to House Committee on Un-American Activities publications, [3 folders] 1945-1949

Box 776

Lettergrams No. 14-274 (duplicate copies, see also box 404) [3 folders]

 

Manuscript drafts of various articles for National Republic [2 folders]

Box 777

Manuscript drafts of various articles for National Republic [6 folders]

Box 778

Manuscript drafts of various articles for National Republic [2 folders]

Box 779-782

Notes [4 folders]

Box 783

Notes [2 folders]

 

Report on communism in Shanks Village, N.Y.

 

Survey concerning foundations and Communist causes [not in folder]

 

Testimony of Walter S. Steele before House Committee on Un-American Activities [4 folders]

Box 784

Testimony of Walter S. Steele before House Committee on Un-American Activities [4 folders]

Boxes 785-817

PHOTO FILE

Scope and Contents note

Photographs, arranged alphabetically by subject. Boxes 815-817 include card index to photos used in National Republic.
Box 785

A-Ak

 

Adams

 

Al

 

Alams, The

 

Aliens - enemy

 

Allen

 

Am

 

America First Committee

 

American Federation of Labor

 

American Labor Party

 

American Youth Congress [2 folders]

 

An

 

Annapolis Naval Academy

 

Anti-Nazi, Anti-Communist

 

Ap-Aq

 

Ar

Box 786

Argentina

 

Arlington Cemetery

 

Armour Research Foundation

 

Army

 

Art - paintings

 

As-Ay

 

Atheists

 

Atom bomb

 

Audubon, John James

 

Aviation, history of

 

Ba-Bal

 

Baldwin

 

Ban

 

Bands

 

Bara-Barm

 

Barn

 

Barr-Baru

 

Bax-Baz

 

Bea-Bei

 

Bel

 

Belgium

 

Ben

 

Benton, Thomas H.

 

Ber

 

Bi

 

Bl

 

Blaine, James G.

 

Bo-Bon

 

Bolivia

 

Boo-Boy

Box 787

Boone, Daniel

 

Border Patrol

 

Boston

 

Boy Scouts

 

Bra

 

Brazil

 

Bre-Bri

 

Bridges of Washington D. C.

 

Bridges, Harry

 

Bridges Trial

 

Bro-Bry

 

Brooks

 

Brown

 

Bryant, William Cullen

 

Buc-Bul

 

Budenz, Louis F.

 

Bur

 

Burgoyne

 

Burr, Aaron

 

Bus

 

Butler

 

Butler, Senator Hugh

 

By

 

Cah-Cal

 

Calvert

 

Cam-Can

 

Canada

 

Car-Cav

 

Carasso, Dr. Alexander H.

 

Carroll, Charles of Carrollton, Md.

Box 788

Cartoons

 

Ce

 

Censuring

 

Central and South America

 

Cha

 

Chaplains

 

Chase

 

Che-Cho

 

Chile

 

China

 

Christmas

 

Christoffel, Harold

 

Churches

 

Ci

 

CIO

 

General

 

Miscellaneous

 

Leaders

 

Men

Box 789

Cl

 

Clark

 

Clay, Henry

 

Coa-Coh

 

Coe, V. Frank

 

Col-Com

 

Colombia

 

Colonial

 

Columbians

 

Columbus, Christopher

 

Committees - commissions - conferences - misc.

 

Communist conspiracy trials

 

Trial of 11

 

Trial of 9

 

Communist Party

 

Headquarters

 

Leaders, Includes "second string" communists

Box 790

Leaders

 

Communists (men)

 

Ba

 

Be

 

Bi-Bl-Bo

 

Br-Bu

 

Browder

 

C

 

D

 

E-F

 

Eisler, Gerhart

 

Eisler, Hans

 

Foster, William Z.

 

Ga-Ge

 

Gi-Go-Gr-Gu

 

J

 

Ma

 

Mc-Mo

 

Mi

 

P

 

R-S

 

Wa-We-Wh

 

Wi-Wo

 

Con

 

Conference

Box 791

Congress

 

General

 

Senators and Representatives

 

Conscientious objectors

 

Consolidated Engineering Corp.

 

Constitution

 

Coo-Cox

 

Coolidge, Calvin

 

Cornwallis

 

Cr

 

Criminals

 

Crockett, David

 

Cu-Cz

 

Cuba

 

Custer, General George A.

 

Da

 

Daily Worker (periodical)

 

Davis

 

Dawes, Charles E.

 

Dea-Dem

 

Declaration of Independence

 

Demonstrations

 

Chicago

 

Michigan - Ohio

 

Mosinee, Wisconsin

 

New Jersey

 

New York [2 folders]

Box 792

New York [2 folders]

 

Philadelphia

 

Pittsburgh - Philadelphia

 

Washington, D.C.

 

Miscellaneous cities

 

Against Mundt - Nixon Bill

 

American - Soviet friendship

 

Concerning Spain

 

Eleven Communists

 

Unidentifiable

 

Miscellaneous

 

Den

 

Dep-Dew

 

Dewey, Thomas E.

 

Di

 

Dies Committee - witnesses

Box 793

Dies, Martin

 

Do

 

Douglas, Stephen A.

 

Dr.

 

Dulles, John Foster

 

Ea-Ed

 

Eg-El

 

Eisenhower, D. D.

 

Elections - voting

 

Ellis

 

Em-Er

 

Emspak, Julius

 

England

 

Es-Ew

 

Espionage

 

Atomic

 

Canada

 

Japanese

 

Nazi

Box 794

Sedition

 

U.S. Government - Hiss, Chambers, Coplon, et al.

 

Miscellaneous

 

Fa-Fe

 

Fascism

 

F.B.I

 

Federal Hall

 

Fi

 

Field

 

Fl

 

Flag

 

Fo

 

Food

 

Ford

 

Foreign agents

 

Forts

Box 795

Fra

 

France

 

Franklin, Benjamin

 

Fre

 

Fremont

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