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Letters written by Packard, 1899-1966.
Letters written by Mrs. Packard, 1907-1970.
Letters written to Packard.
Papers relating to the various projects on which Packard worked.
Imperial Valley. ca. 1909-1917
Army Educational Corps. ca. 1917-1919.
Delhi State Land Settlement. 1920-1924
Owens Valley Water Study. ca. 1924
Columbia Basin Project. ca. 1932
Soil Survey of Rio Linda Colony, Sacramento County, California. ca. 1933
Resettlement Administration. Rural Division. ca. 1933-1937
Farm Security Administration. ca. 1937-1938
Imperial Valley Study. 1939.
Study of Baja California for Jewish Settlement. ca. 1939.
National Youth Administration. ca. 1938
Indian Service Summer School, Fort Wingate, N.M. 1938
California State Land Classification Commission. 1942-1943
Central Valley Project, California. ca. 1942-1944
CVP Committee of the California Housing and Planning Association. ca. 1943.
Central Valley Project Studies
No. 2: "Food, Fiber and Seed Production in War Time from the Central Valley Project." May, 1943.
No. 7: "Further Stages in the Development of the Central Valley Basin." April, 1945.
Nos. 8 and 9: "Report of Subcommittee on Allocation to Municipal and Industrial Water Supply," Sept. 22, 1944; Report of the Irrigation Subcommittee, Feb. 13, 1945.
No. 12: "Payments Toward the Cost of the Central Valley Project by Indirect Beneficiaries." May, 1944.
No. 15: "Annual Cost of Central Valley Project Power System," report on Section IV. Oct. 5, 1943.
No. 16: Report of technical division on water rates, May 12, 1944.
No. 19: "Acreage Limitation in the Central Valley." Sept. 25, 1944.
Nos. 21 and 22: Drafts of reports by committees on project water, May 31, 1944.
No. 24: "The Effect of the Central Valley Project on the Agricultural and Industrial Economy and on the Social Character of California," Sept. 29, 1944.
Miscellaneous publications relating to CVP
Puerto Rico. 1945-1947
Cuba. ca. 1946.
Miscellaneous reports relating to program in Greece: "Four-Year Economic Program Recommended by the ECA Mission to Greece," 1948.
"Land and Water Resources Development Program (Proposed)"
"Reconstruction Program, 1949-1950,"
"Proposed Program for Agricultural Reconstruction and Development"
"1952/53 Program and 1948/53 Statistical Tables"
Fourth Report to Congress on Assistance to Greece and Turkey for the Period Ended. June 30, 1948.
"Statistical Data Book, Summary for Fiscal Years 1948/49, 1949/50, 1950/51, 1951/52, 1952/53 and 1953/54"
"Report of the Advisory Group on Land and Water Resources Development", Jan. 1955.
"Final Report of the Advisory Group on Land and Water Resources Development," June, 1955.
United States Information Service, Daily News Bulletin, 1948-1953, Athens.
Constitution, yearbooks, etc. of American Women's Organization of Greece (AW0G); Activities reports of the Public Power Corporation, Athens, for 1958-1959, 1961-1964, and other P.P.C. publications; publications of the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage and the Greek National Commission on Irrigation and Drainage; miscellaneous publications printed in Greek. (9 folders)
Papers relating to Packard's interests and activities after retirement
American Public Power Association
California Farmer - Consumer Information Committee
California Power Users Association.
California Water and Power Users Association
Californians for a Federal Power Intertie.
Proposed Berkeley municipal power system.
Western Resources Information Committee
Western Water and Power Users Council
Miscellaneous water and power
Manuscripts of writings
Accomplishments and Larger Purposes of Rural Resettlement
Achievements and Future Plans of Rural Resettlement
The Agrarian Movement in Mexico
Agriculture and the Depression
The Answer in Greece
Arizona Part-Time Farms
Autobiography (2 folders)
Back to the Land Movement
The Basically Undemocratic and Seriously Uneconomic Character of the Give-Away Program
A Bird's Eye View of Mexico's Agricultural Resources
California at the Crossroads
California Breaks With Tradition
Can the Low-Income and Destitute Farm Population Improve Their Status Through Cooperation
Can Migrants Be Placed to Advantage on Lands to Be Served by the Central Valley Project
The Case for a Total Democratic Industrial World Social Order
The Central Valley Project
Central Valley Project Studies
Colonization Plans for Irrigation Projects
Columbia Basin Project Study
Comments on the Program of the Land Authority (Puerto Rico)
Community and Neighborhood Planning
The Consumer-Labor Approach to Social Organization (11 folders)
Cooperatives: Why Cooperation on Rural Resettlement Projects
Cost of Inadequate Rural Housing
Criteria for the Development of Individual Farm Units on Rural Resettlement Projects
Cuba and Puerto Rico Compared
Delhi State Land Settlement. Written by Mrs. Packard.
See also Newspaper Clippings in Ctn. 15.
Democracy, A Design for Living
A Democratic Analysis of the Triple Revolution
A Democratic Substitute for our Present Policies in the Middle East
Determination of the Value in Money of the Profits That Flow to Each Particular County From the Standpoint of Irrigation if the State Water Plan Is Put Into Operation
Division of Responsibility for Land, Water and Power Resources Development
Economic Analysis of the East Contra Costa Irrigation District
Economic Implications of the Central Valley Project (2 folders)
Economic Primer (4 folders)
Employment and Earnings in Lynn County, Oregon, A Post-War Study (2 folders)
The Establishment of a Dairy Community in the Guatimape Valley, Durango, Mexico
Farming: Why the Way We Do It is Becoming Impossible
A Four-Year Program for Water and Power Development in Greece
The Fundamentals of California's Inter-related Land, Water, Power and Population Problems
The Fundamentals of the Power Issue in California
The Government as a Real Estate Buyer
Ground Water Control: A Key Administrative Problem
A Guide to Balance (2 folders)
How Large Should a Farm Be?
How to Meet the Problems of Marginal Land in Agricultural Land Use Planning
The Hydro-Electric Power Problem in Greece
Is General Agriculture Over-Developed in California?
Land and Water Resources Development and Conservation In Greece
Land Planning Problems in the Western States
The Land Problem in Puerto Rico
Land Reform in the United States
Land Settlement as a Social Force
Land Settlement of Irrigation Projects
Migratory Agricultural Laborers' Camps
Migratory Labor and the Resettlement Administration
The New Cotton Fields of the Southwest
On the Activities of the California Power Users Association During the Eight Months of its Existence
On the Nature of the Public vs. Private Power Issue
On the Need for a Twentieth Century Period of Enlightenment
The People's Program for a Better Life
Planning for Survival in Greece
Plans for the Resettlement Division
Practicability of Resettlement and its Economic Justification
Preliminary Report on the Economic Feasibility of the Southwestern Puerto Rico Project
Preliminary Report on the Proposed Development of the Gila Valley Project, Arizona
Present Status and Recent Trends of Irrigation Development
The Presently Unrecognized Democratic Third Force in the Cold War
Program of Land and Water Resources Development in Greece
The Proposal for a Central Valley Authority
Proposal for Research Into the Problems and Possibilities of Master Planning in Rural Areas
Public vs. Private Planning. What is Happening in the Central Valley Project in California
Public vs. Private Power Issue
Purposes and Accomplishments of the Resettlement Administration
Race Relations in Mexico
Reasons for Not Conveying Title to Farm Security Clients Until the End of Forty Years
A Reconnaissance Study of the Problems and Possibilities of Agricultural Production on Reconditioned Land Following Bauxite Mining Operations in Jamaica
Report on Proposed Resettlement of a 3,000 Acre Tract of Land in the Big Pine District of Inyo County, California
Report on the Agricultural Situation in Owens Valley
Report on the Effect of the Change in the Regimen of the Mokelumne River as Proposed by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company Upon the Water Supply for the Mokelumne Valley Lands
Report on Water and Power
The Resettlement Program
The Resettlement Administration Program in Migratory Labor Camps
Resettlement of Land Utilization Clients
Resettlement Problems in the Great Plains Region
The Resettlement Program as it Will Affect Western Irrigation Projects
Response to an Underdeveloped World in Revolution
Resumé of Rural Resettlement, 1936
Resumé of the Rural Resettlement Program, 1937
The Road Ahead - A Democratic Design for Living
Rural Housing Problems
The Serious Nature of California's Rejection of the Acreage Limitation and Public Power Provisions of the Reclamation Act
Should Berkeley own its Own Power Distribution System and Buy its Power From Some Suitable Public Agency
Soil Survey and Economic Study of the Guatimape Project in the State of Durango
Some Underlying Elements of the Power Problem
The Southwest Water Project
Special Report on the Rural Resettlement Projects
State Wide Planning
Statement Covering the Delhi Situation
Subsidy Grants and Loans
Summary of Observations Covering N.Y.A. and Land Settlement Activities in the South
The Tenant as a Migrant
The Time To Act Is Now
A Tribute to Richard R. Perkins
Values in Relation to Reclamation
Western Water and Power Users Council
What Existing Circumstances Require Us To Do
What Has Happened in the Caribbean?
What is Happening in the Central Valley Project of California
What the Development of Techniques Requires Us To Do
Why a New Deal
The Year of Decision on Water and Power
Miscellaneous Fragments and Notes (6 folders)
Tear sheets and reprints of published writing.
Agriculture in the Imperial Valley
The Answer in Greece
California's Future and the Colorado River Decision
Can Greece Feed, Clothe and House its Growing Population?
Economic Implications of the Central Valley Project
Fundamentals of the Land, Water and Power Issues in California
How to Win With Foreign Aid
Imperial Valley Settlers' Crop Manual
Institutional Adjustments in Land Planning
Irrigation of Alfalfa in Imperial Valley
The Land Authority and Democratic Processes in Puerto Rico
Our Fallow Economy
Post War Future of a Western Community
Pros and Cons of California's Water Dispute
Public Power? Yes!
The Relationship of Credit and Organized Land Settlement to the Value of Irrigation Securities and to the Success of Irrigation Development
Response to an Underdeveloped World in Action
Theory and Practice of Irrigation (in Greek)
What Place Does and Should Agriculture Fill in California
Year of Decision on Water and Power
Walter E. Packard
Emma Lou (Leonard) Packard [Mrs. Packard]
Manuscripts of writings
Tour of southern resettlement projects, 1937.
Material relating to their student years at Iowa State College:
School essays, notes, etc. 1898-1907 (14 folders).
Replies to wedding invitations, 1909
Replies to golden wedding anniversary invitations, 1959
Emmy Lou Packard [daughter]
Material relating mainly to her career as an artist including announcements of exhibits, information about her works, biographical
See also: Newspaper clippings.
Miscellaneous papers of various members of the Packard and Leonard families
Account book and diary of Theophilus Packard, Packard's grandfather
Rubber stamp used by Packard while he worked with the Comision Nacional de Irrigacion in Mexico
Christmas cards, invitations, announcements, etc. (2 folders)
Cards and letters re death of Mr. Packard, 1966
Delhi State Land Settlement
Emmy Lou Packard
John Cooper Packard [brother]
Water and power
Books annotated by Packard
Newspaper clippings. Unsorted.
Master's degree from University of California, 1909
Certificate of appointment as Regional Director of the Resettlement Administration, August 23, 1935, signed by Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Cordell Hull;
Certificates of appreciation for service to Greece (2 written in Greek);
Sketch of Farm Worker's Community near Woodville, Calif., planned in the office of the district engineer, District 6, S.F., Farm Security Administration, n.d.
Book of sketches relating to land development in Venezuela, 1947
Certificates of appointment as member of the California State Land Classification commission, Dec. 22, 1942, signed by Gov. Culbert Olson.
(Not incoporated into the partial list of correspondents which follows.)
Primarily letters written to Mrs. Packard, ca. 1967-1974.
Letters written by Emma Lou (Leonard) Packard to her mother, 1910-1933
Correspondence of Emma Lou (Leonard) Packard and Tordis Bornholdt, 1953-1980 and n.d.
Letters written by Emma Lou (Leonard) Packard
Letters written to Emma Lou (Leonard) Packard from May Elton Davies, 1915-1917
Letters written to Emma Lou (Leonard) Packard (3 ff)
Letters written by Donald Cairns mainly to Emmy Lou Packard (his mother)
Miscellaneous correspondence, etc.
Miscellany - single letters
Aandahl, Fred George, 1897-
Letter, Dec. 20, 1960. Written while Assistant Secretary of the Interior
Alcorn, George B.
Letter, Dec. 15, 1960
Anderson, Dewey, 1897-
Letter, Feb. 6, 1961. Written while Executive Director, Public Affairs Institute. Enclosure: Letter (copy) to Anderson from George McGovern dated Feb. 2, 1961.
Anderson, Glenn Malcolm, 1913-
Letter, May 4, 1961. Written while Lieutenant Governor, State of California.
Barrows, Harlan Harland, 1877-1960
Letter, Nov. 4, 1943. Written while Director, Central Valley Project Studies, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.
Barton, William Eleazar, 1861-1930
Letter, June 10, 1907
Bell, George Lewis, 1888-1958
Letter, Apr. 13, 1917
Berkeley High Twelve Club
Letter, Jan. 4, 1955. Written by Thomas D. Eastin, secretary
Bertsch, Howard, 1909-
Letter, Nov. 20, 1967. Written to Mrs. Packard
Bioletti, Frederic Theodore, 1865-
Letter, Oct. 29, 1930. Written to Louis Hemrich introducing Packard.
Breed, Arthur Hastings, 1865-1953
Letter, June 24, 1924. Written to P.A. Dinsmore introducing Packard
Breed, Eleanor D.
Letter, Oct. 18, 1955
Brown, Edmund Gerald, 1905-
See Murray, Keith
Burdick, Eugene L., 1918-
Letter, May 13, 1963
Burton, John L.
Letter, Nov. 3, 1966. Written to Mrs. Packard
Carter, Albert Edward, 1881-
Letter, Oct. 26, 1943
Carter, Oliver Jesse, 1911-
Telegram, Apr. 29, 1949. Written to Helen Gahagan Douglas
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
Letter, Aug. 26, 1965. Written by Eleanor Garst, Director, Forces of Change Discussion Program
Champion, Charles Hale, 1922-
Clark, Ramsey, 1927-
Letter, Dec. 15, 1961
Cowden, Howard A., 1893-1972
Letter, Dec. 12, 1961
Curtiss, Charles Franklin, 1863-1947
Letter, Dec. 8, 1930
Douglas, Helen (Gahagan), 1900-
Letter, May 28, 1945.
See also Carter, Oliver Jesse, 1911- (in Miscellany)
Downey, Sheridan, 1884-1961
Telegram, June 14, 1944
Eastin, Thomas D.
See Berkeley High Twelve Club
Eckbo, Garrett, 1910-
Letter, Nov. 14, 1966. Written to Mrs. Packard
Fortier, Samuel, 1855-1933
Letter, May 22, 1923
See Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
Grady, Lucretia (del Valle), d. 1972
Letter, [Nov. 3, 1966]. Written to Mrs. Packard
Hamilton, Walton Hale, 1881-1958
Letter, Oct. 22, 1948
Hanna, Paul Robert, 1902-
Letter, Jan. 5, 1945
Hewes, Laurence I.
Letter, Apr. 22, 1942
Holifield, Chet, 1903-
Letter, July 23, 1965
Humphrey, Hubert Horatio, 1911-
Letter, Jan. 14, 1966
Huxley, Aldous Leonard, 1894-1963
See Kahoe, Walter
Johnson, Lewis Jerome, 1867-1952
Letter, May 15, 1917
Letter, July 30, 1937. Written while assistant to Arthur E. Morgan. Enclosure: Letter (copy) to Morgan from Aldous Huxley, July 26, 1937
Kerr, Clark, 1911-
Letter, Nov. 10, 1966. Written to Mrs. Packard
Kimbrough, O. L.
Letter, Apr. 26, 1916. Written to his sister, Mrs. Upton Sinclair with comments on her husband.
Kuchel, Thomas Henry, 1910-
Letter, May 11, 1963
Laidler, Harry Wellington, 1884-
Letter, Nov. 4, 1935. Written while Executive Director, League for Industrial Democracy.
Landauer, Carl, 1891-
Letter, Mar. 2, 1956
See Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957
Lubin, Isador, 1896-
Letter, Mar. 22, 1939. Written while U.S. Commissioner of Labor Statistics
McCarran, Patrick Anthony, 1876-1954
Letter, May 10, 1944
McCarthy, Gerald T., 1909-
Letter, June 16, 1954
McGovern, George Stanley, 1922-
See Anderson, Dewey, 1897-
Marsh, Benjamin Clarke, 1877-
Letter, Dec. 18, 1940. Written while Executive Secretary, The People's Lobby.
Marshall, George Catlett, 1880-1959
Letter, Sept. 17, 1948
Mocine, Corwin R.
Letter, Nov. 13, 1966. Written to Mrs. Packard
Nelson, Samuel Baldwin, 1902-
Telegram (copy), June 24, 1963. Written to Paul E. Shaad, Sacramento Municipal Utility District.
Reynolds, Malvina (Milder), 1900-
Letter, Nov. 3, 1966. Included also: Christmas card, n.d., containing copy of "God Bless the Grass" by Malvina Reynolds.
Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957
Letter, n. d. Written to Jay Lovestone; in handwriting of Emmy Lou Packard. See also Packard, Emmy Lou.
Roosevelt, Eleanor (Roosevelt), 1884-1962
Letter, July 7, 1953
Sanford, Robert Nevitt, 1909-
Letter, Sept. 8, 1961
Schwartz, Carl Herbert, 1910-
See U.S. Bureau of the Budget.
Shaw, Charles Fredrick, 1881-
Letter, Mar. 15, 1939. See also Veihmeyer, Frank Jacob, 1886-
Sinclair, Mary Craig (Kimbrough) [Mrs. Upton Beall Sinclair]
See Kimbrough, O. L.
Swing, Philip David, 1884-
Letter, July 6, 1955
Taeusch, Carl Frederick, 1889-
Letter, Sept. 5, 1940
Thompson, Carl Dean, 1870-
Letter, Feb. 24, 1941. Written to J. Rupert Mason.
Tobriner, Mathew Oscar, 1904-
Letter (copy), Mar. 22, 1938. Written to H. R. Tolley.
Tolley, Howard Ross, 1889-1958
Letter, July 24, 1940. Written while Chief, U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Economics
U.S. Bureau of the Budget
Letter, Oct. 16, 1962. Written by Carl H. Schwartz.
Letter, Nov. 3, 1966. Written to Mrs. Packard
Vogelsang, Alexander Theodore, 1861-1930
Letter, Nov. 8, 1916. Written to President, Imperial Valley Farm Bureau.
Voorhis, Horace Jerry, 1901-
Letter, Jan. 12, 1943
Walsh, Richard John, 1886-1960
Letter, Aug. 9, 1943. Form letter, written while Chairman, Citizens Committee to Repeal Chinese Exclusion.
Warren, Charles Hugh, 1927-
Letter, Feb. 24, 1965. Written to Keith Murray.
Warren, Earl, 1891-
Letter, Jan. 30, 1943. Written while Governor of California.
White, Mastin Gentry, 1901-
Letter, Feb. 16, 1937
Wilson, Maud Mathes, 1883-
Letter, Dec. 21, 1967. Written to Mrs. Packard
Wirtz, William Willard, 1912-
Letter, Apr. 9, 1965. Written while Secretary of Labor.
Woehlke, Walter Victor, 1879-1954
Letter (copy), Oct. 6, 1938. Written to Lewis W. Page. Enclosure: Resume of conference on Indian Land Problems, Aug. 14-17, 1938
Wright, John Kirtland, 1891-
Letter, Nov. 14, 1939. Written while Director, American Geographical Society, New York.
Young, Walker Rollo, 1885-
Letter, Oct. 1, 1940. Included also: mimeograph copy of his "Statement on the Central Valley Project, California."
Adams, Frank, 1875-
4 letters, 1931-1966. Letter (copy), Mar. 10, 1931, written to L. G. Hoff with enclosure: letter from Hoff to Adams. Letter, Oct. 31, 1966, addressed to Mrs. Packard.
Alexander, Will Winton, 1884-
2 letters, 1937-1955
Alsberg, Carl Lucas, 1877-1940
4 letters, 1938-1939.
Archer, Laird, 1892-
4 letters, 1955-1967. Letters, Jan. 2 and 10, 1967, addressed to Mrs. Packard.
Baldwin, Calvin Benham, 1902-
4 letters, 1939-1944
3 letters, 1963
Bartlett, Louis, 1872-1960
7 letters, 1940-1954. Letter (copy), April 19, 1944, is written to Sheridan Downey. Included also: letter (copy), March 30, 1944, to Bartlett from Judson King.
Beck (R.W.) and Associates
2 letters, 1965. Written by Herbert C. Westfall, Manager, Western Region. Concerning plans for building a 500,000-kilowatt nuclear plant in the Delta area.
Bell, Colin Wedderburn, 1903-
4 letters, 1961. Letter (copy), Jan. 12, is written to Allen Longshore.
Benedict, Murray Reed, 1892-
5 letters, 1940-1946. Letter, Aug. 5, 1941, is written to J. Rupert Mason.
Benítez, Jaime, 1908-
3 letters, 1949-1955. Written while Chancellor, University of Puerto Rico.
Berkeley, Calif. First Congregational Church
2 letters, 1954.
Bernstein, Leon, 1915-
2 letters, 1955
Bird, Remsen Dubois, 1888-
3 letters, 1954-1955. Letter, Oct. 10, 1954, includes carbon of Packard's reply on verso.
Blaisdell, Allen Carrier, 18 97-
4 letters, 1954-1956.
* Bliven, Bruce, 1889-
7 letters, 1954-1973. Several letters are written to Mrs. Packard.
See Greece. Consulate, San Francisco
2 letters, 1963-1964.
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
2 letters, 1964
California. University, San Francisco (Medical Center)
2 letters, 1963-1966
See Greece. Consulate, San Francisco
Central Labor Council of Santa Clara County APL-CIO
2 letters, 1965. Written by James P. McLaughlin, Secretary-Treasurer. Letter (copy), June 28, written to President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Clawson, Marion, 1905-
2 letters, 1944
Coffield, Clara Eleanor (Packard), 1910- [daughter]
12 letters, 1937-1966 and n.d.
Cohelan, Jeffery, 1914-
8 letters, 1962-1965
Committee for a Review of Our China Policy
4 letters, 1964. Written by Charles O. Porter and Ernest T. Nash.
Council for a Livable World
3 letters, 1964
Cowell, Henry Dixon, 1897-1965
2 letters, 1943-1962. Included also: In Memoriam (pamphlet).
Cowell, Sidney Hawkins (Robertson) [Mrs. Henry Dixon Cowell]
6 letters, 1964-1969. Written mainly to Mrs. Packard.
Cross, Ira Brown, 1880-
2 letters, 1954
Daniels, Josephus, 1862-1948
5 letters, 1937-1938
Davis, Arthur Powell, 1861-1933
2 letters, 1916-1917. Written while Director and Chief Engineer, U.S. Reclamation Service. Letter (copy), Mar. 23, 1917, written to Board of Directors, Imperial County Farm Bureau.
Dibble, Barry, 1881-
4 letters, 1929-1954
Duffy, Walter A.
49 letters, 1939-1943 and n.d. Written while Regional Director, Farm Security Administration
Engle, Clair, 1911-1964
2 letters, 1959-1964. Letter, July 22, 1964, written for him by Philip P. Dickinson.
5 letters, 1953-1955 and n.d.
Fortas, Abe, 1910-
8 letters, 1949-1965. Letter, May 16, 1949, written by his secretary. Enclosure: sworn statements by Packard's friends used by Fortas in Packard's
See also Wurster, Catherine (Bauer), 1905-1964
Fryer, Leland N.
24 letters, 1940-1946 and n.d. Relate mainly to Farm Security Administration.
Garst, Jonathan, 1893-1973
18 letters, 1936-1965. Letters dated 1930's written while Regional Director, Resettlement Administration. Several letters written to other persons.
Garst, Roswell, 1898-
3 letters, 1963. Copies of letters written to other persons. Included also: carbon translation of letter to Garst from N. Khrushchev, Dec. 31, 1959.
Gray, Lewis Cecil, 1881-
8 letters, 1924-1939. Several letters (copies) written to other persons.
Greece. Consulate, San Francisco
3 letters, 1964-1966. Written by Sotori Bouphidis and Cleon Catsambis.
2 letters, 1961 and n.d. Telegram (copy) n.d. written to President-elect John F. Kennedy. Concern U.S.-China relations.
Hoppe, Arthur Watterson, 1925-
3 letters, 1962-1963. Written to Mrs. Packard.
Hunt, Thomas Forsyth, 1862-1927
2 letters, 1914-1923
Jackson, Henry Martin, 1912-
2 letters, 1964-1965
John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation
42 letters, 1940-1941. Written mainly by Anne M. Mumford, Executive Secretary. Relate mainly to his Central Valley land studies and his book The Economic Implications of the Central Valley Project.
Johnson, Edgar Augustus Jerome, 1900-
2 letters, 1953-1954.
Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, 1894-
See Garst, Roswell, 1898-
Lapham, Roger Dearborn, 1883-1966
2 letters, 1961-1962
Lee, Charles Hamilton, 1883-1967
2 letters, 1930-1933
Leonard, Sophia Sarah Maria (Smith), 1842-1947 [Mother of Mrs. Packard]
78 letters, 1915-1936. Concern life in a small agricultural community in Iowa. Written mainly to Mrs. Packard.
Leonard, Warren Henry, 1900-1966
5 letters, 1959-1966.
17 letters, 1953-1956. Written by Packard's assistant in Greece.
McCarthy, Thomas K.
3 letters, 1955. Concern Packard's work in Jamaica for Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation.
11 letters, 1954-1966. Written while Executive Secretary, California Farm Research and Legislative Committee. Several letters (copies) written to other persons.
McGrath, Harold I.
2 letters, 1943-1944. Written while Executive Director, California Housing and Planning Association.
McLaughlin, James P.
See Central Labor Council of Santa Clara County AFL-CIO.
* McWilliams, Carey, 1905-
3 letters, 1964-1969. Written while Editor of The Nation. Letter dated 1969 written to Mrs. Packard.
Marín, Luis Muñoz
See Puerto Rico. Governor
Marx, Guido Hugo, 1871-1949
2 letters, 1944
Mason, James Rupert, 1886-1959
38 letters, 1935-1944. Mainly copies of letters written to other persons; concern reclamation, irrigation, land use, etc.
Mead, Elwood, 1858-1936
3 letters, 1923-192[4?]
Meiklejohn, Helen (Everett)
3 letters, 1965-1966. Letter, March 21, 1966, written while Honorary Chairman, East Bay Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee. Letter, Nov. 17, 1966, written to Mrs. Packard.
Mumford, Anne M.
See John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation
2 letters, 1961-1963. Letter (copy), Dec. 26, 1961 written to Gov. Edmund G. Brown.
Nash, Ernest T.
See Committee for a Review of Our China Policy
Neilands, John B.
6 letters, 1963-1966. Letter (copy), May 25, 1964, written to Stewart Udall. Letter, Nov. 15, 1966, written to Mrs. Packard.
Nelson, Lowry, 1893-
2 letters, 1939-1946
Nuveen, John, 1896-1968
4 letters, 1953-1966. Letter, Nov. 3, 1966, written to Mrs. Packard. Included also: copy of Memorial service for John Nuveen.
Olson, Culbert Levy, 1876-1962
2 letters, 1940-1942. Letter, Oct. 10, 1940, written to Paul S. Taylor. Letter, Dec. 30, 1942, written by M. Stanley Mosk, Executive Secretary.
Outland, George Elmer, 1906-
2 letters, 1943-1944
Packard, Clara Adelaide (Fish), 1855-1926 [Mother]
97 letters, 1906-1926 and n.d. Relate mainly to family affairs. Some letters are written to Mrs. Packard and the children.
* Packard, Emmy Lou, 1914- [Daughter]
97 letters, 1923-1970 and n.d. Letters dated 1940 and 1941 were written from Mexico and include comments on her work with Diego Rivera. Written to various family members.
Packard, John Cooper, 1892-1956 [Brother]
6 letters, 1908-1940. Letter (copy), Nov. 14, 1940, written to Robert H. Jackson.
Packard, Samuel Ware, 1847-1937 [Father]
29 letters, 1907-1934. Relate mainly to family business and finances.
Page, John Chatfield, 1887-1955
8 letters, 1938-1941. Written while Commissioner of the Bureau of Reclamation.
Patrons of Husbandry
2 letters, 1965. Written by J. Blaine Quinn, Master, California State Grange.
Patton, James George, 1902-
16 letters, 1944-1968. Letters dated 1944 to 1955, written while President, National Farmers' Union. Letters after 1966 written to Mrs. Packard. Letter (copy), Dec. 27, 1951, written to W. Averell Harriman.
Piñero, Jesús T.
See Puerto Rico. Governor
Porter, Charles O.
See Committee for a Review of Our China Policy
Porter, Paul Robert, 1908-
3 letters, 1950-1954 and n.d. Letter, Nov. 13, 1950, written while Chief, Economic Cooperation Administration Mission to Greece. Letter (copy), n.d., written to W. Averell Harriman.
Pottenger, Francis Marion, 1869-1961
86 letters, 1923-1958. Written to Mrs. Packard. Many letters relate to politics and current events.
Puerto Rico. Governor
4 letters, 1946-1955. Written by Jesús T. Piñero, Luis Muñoz Marín and others.
Quinn, J. Blaine
See Patrons of Husbandry
6 letters, 1964-1969 and n.d. Written mainly to Mrs. Packard. Letter (copy), June 24, 1964, written to Gov. E. G. Brown.
River, Robert B.
3 letters, 1955 and n.d. Written while Consultant and Organizing Secretary, California Water and Power Users Association.
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1882-1945
See Tugwell, Rexford Guy, 1891-
31 letters, 1965-1972. Written to Mrs. Packard; relate to Miss Sapinsley's proposed biography of Elizabeth Parsons (Ware) Packard (W. E. Packard's grandmother).
Seaborg, Glenn Theodore, 1912-
2 letters, 1963. Written while Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission. Letter, May 27, 1963, written for him by Earle J. Townsend.
Shattuck, Oscar Willey, 189[1?] - 1968
2 letters, 1964. With these: Letter, Nov. 15, 1968, concerning his death, written to Mrs. Packard by Mr. and Mrs. Dallas C. Bache.
* Shaw, Mary
11 letters, 1964-1970. Written mainly to Mrs. Packard.
See also Shaw, Robert
17 letters, 1964-1968 and n.d. Some letters addressed to Mrs. Packard.
See also Shaw, Mary
Smith, Roy James
2 letters, 1939
Stassen, Harold Edward, 1907-
2 letters, 1954. Written while Director, Foreign Operations Administration.
Straus, Michael Wolf, 1897-
31 letters, 1946-1969 and n.d. Letters dated 1946 and 1947 written while Commissioner of Reclamation. Several letters (copies) written to other persons. Letters after 1966 written to Mrs. Packard.
Sturdevant, William Lommer, 1885-1952
3 letters, 1941-1945. Written while Director of Information, Tennessee Valley Authority.
Swett, Frank Tracy, 1869-1969
10 letters, 1936-1948 and n.d. Several letters (copies) written to other persons. Letters dated 1936 relate to Resettlement Administration.
Taylor, Paul Schuster, 1895-
10 letters, 1935-1966. Several letters (copies) written to other persons. Letter, Nov. 7, 1966, written to Mrs. Packard and family.
Temko, Allan, 1924-
3 letters, 1962.
Tolan, John Harvey, 1877-1947
4 letters, 1941-1944.
Tugwell, Rexford Guy, 1891-
30 letters, 1935-1968. Letter, Mar. 14, 1936, written to Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt, transmitting Packard's letter of resignation as Regional Director, Rural Resettlement contains annotation by Roosevelt. Several letters written for him by others.
Udall, Stewart Lee, 1920-
2 letters, 1962-1966. Letter (copy), May 13, 1966, written to Rev. James L. Vizzard.
U.S. Farm Security Administration
13 letters, 1938-1943 and n.d.
U.S. National Youth Administration
6 letters, 1939-1940.Written mainly by Aubrey Williams.
Veihmeyer, Frank Jacob, 1886-
2 letters, 1938-1939. Letter (copy), Feb. 4, 1939, written to Charles F. Shaw.
Wallace, Henry Agard, 1888-1965
3 letters, 1944. Written while Vice President of the United States.
Warne, William Elmo, 1905-
8 letters, 1962-1966. Written while Director, California Dept. of Water Resources. Letter, Nov. 2, 1966, written to Mrs. Packard.
2 letters, 1933-1966. Letter, Nov. 11, 1966, written to Mrs. Packard.
Wentworth, Edward Norris, 1887-1959
6 letters, 1953-1957
Westfall., Herbert C.
See Beck (R.W.) and Associates
Williams, Aubrey Willis, 1890-1965
See U.S. National Youth Administration
Wilson, Milburn Lincoln, 1885-
6 letters, 1935-1966 and n.d. Several letters written to other persons. Included also: Letter, n.d., written by Mrs. Wilson.
3 letters, 1964-1966. Letter, Nov. 1, 1966, written to Mrs. Packard.
Woods, Baldwin Munger, 1887-1956
2 letters, 1940
Wurster, Catherine (Bauer), 1905-1964
2 letters, 1944-1949. Letter, April 29, 1949, written to Abe Fortas.
Wyckoff, Florence Walton (Richardson)
4 letters, 1944